Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00561
 Material Information
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 25, 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: VID00561
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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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31-No. 39 Ilomestead Florida Friday, September 25; 19U Price 5 Cents t

. S. Agency Turns To Nearby States I

11 11'outli's

: for Florida's Winter farm Labor j

I. Jt a3= ? raining Urge KEEP ASKING FOR WORKERS I

Met by Dad 's Tech / eGROWERS URGED AS SUPPLY j 1


FREEBUSFORPUPiLSFROM I Former Teacher of Manual Training 1 1I

Now Draws Plans for Army's Cannon
... I Mrs. Roberta HarrisonIs -I I I The United S1&Iea' Employment j
Service has found that the loi.il:
'f|I C. Hagler Rice, who last year Signal Corp WAACMrs. registered labor of the Miami are

!land for 17 years prior to that Is unsuitable and unwilling to ,
i I drew plans and showed others Roberta Harrison, the perform farm labor, and efforts ,
'bow to draw plans for manual former Mr, Roberta Horny\, wasjtworn are now being made to recru.t
THIS SECTIONA I training work at Homestead High I Into the WAAC it Camp laborer la Alabama Georgia and
JEIanding i Friday after she had I
School, Is now drawing plans and Other nearby southern states fur
supervising others in the drawingof ,pasted rigid physical tests as well\ South Florida' winter farming
plan for sheila; cannon, guns i a* mental teiti. Though a former season, L> L. Chandler, chairmanOf
t A but for Miami Technical j and other armament designed and'i Western Union operator, she enlisted the U. S. D. A. 'war board,
,. Hip School leaves the corner olKrome {developed the Redstone ordnance in the signal corps as a I reported yesterday.
nt'f !'I,private and is now awaiting .her
a avenue and Mowry.street the U. S. Army at'Huntsvllle call to service. I "From private information those
... every rooming at 7:30 and returns Ala. ,of u* who have Investigated the
every evening at 0:IS with pupils His title Is that of assistant en. i farm labor supply are satisfied,"
from Homestead and vicinity who glneer, under elvl\. service, at the 0:FIRE ON DREDGE Chandler said, that these efforts
have chosen to concentrate on Redstone plant. fAt :will be as ruiUesa i* 'ere' the A
studying (or a trade profession or the close of tb -1ut school I! I effort Ito obtain labor In Miami <,
t technical rating hi the armed year, Mr. Rice let Jt be known I CAUSE DAMAG It Is another tep In the govern -
farces instead of following the that he was/teftzntnr beast ott! A
{I menfa policy td exhaust' everpource / :
. andante eurrletjlun) of:the general \that,jn&iuul training Mid; macbsjit- -$) : MIRE "''fcf domestic: labor supply >
high school cal drawing department of the local I I before we can turn to the assured :
This Information la published by school to enter war work. supply from the Bahamas, how-
request following the complaint Earlier this summer he received I I Spontaneous combustion in oily ever, and the turn to the neighboring -
from pupils and parent* alike In 18 commission as lieutenant com- 'waste is said to have started a southern states Is based on 3
some quarters that service preparation l mander in the U S. Naval Reserve fire Wednesday on the newly acquired the act that the normal farming I
courses art not available C HAGLER RICEHOMESTEAD I I through the navy officer procurement -,i 92-ton dredge of James season of those state I is about
here. I bureau In Miami because of,Sottile, Sr. which resulted in a over and labor thus released can j
At Miami Technical High, the ; 1 the value his specialized education'!iSO per cent damage to the huge be brought down her.
CAR and teaching would be piece of machinery which
curriculum has been recognizedwith experience was "Those section are having the i
J In the technical :engaged on the half-million
navy's mushrooming dollar
special emphasis on the war o tame thing to contend with that :
crafts theme, said James T Wil- school system. Homestead air base drainage proj-
FOR SCRAP TRAIN we have, hCl"evel'-the draft, defense
soh, county supetintendent of I He... prevented from serving ect. wage and other thing*-and: i
public Instruction, In a telephone in this capacity however when!. Mr Sottile said the loss, estimated consequently we can not dependon
interview yesterday.The LOADING F.E.C.|a physical recheck Jn Birmingham at $10,000, was only partly getting our farm labor need
him because of defective covered by Insurance
instruction and technical disqualified and that It supplied from there.
facilities of the trade school are I teeth. He then went after would be necessary to replace the We need' to keep !impressing the i
free because the school is a, part Trucks from Homestead's junkyard and won the civil service appoint-:,,dredge at once in order that work U. S. Employment Sln'lce'ltl1 1'
of the Dade County public school have been making steady:ment l| assistant engineer In the of digging the canals can be com- dire
trips to the F. J:. C tracks for the pleted our need-and I mean dire i
system. The free but service to i Redstone ordnance plant of the on .chedulWblcb he did for
outlying sections of the'county Is I past few days. to pile up the scrap: army, where he has been at work:!'not disclose, however. an Immediate source: of adequate 'I
supply. Every ,
furnished so that the advantagesof I on the car: that will bear Home-, for more than 'a month. I,I Firemen and fire trucks from whether he need grower
one or one hundred
till, technical high school will |stead'a contribution to the victory 1 I. Mr. Rice was born In Prattvllle,,Homestead responded to an alarm farm J
or hands, should
be M available to boy and girlsin scrap train when it leaves Miami Ala. As a youth he ,worked In I I and prevented the blaze from call on the federal employment
Monday. the plant of the Studebaker Automobile -1'I wrecking; total damage Two
Forida City and' ; service to* see that he has them
Redlaqd M they are to the boys Scrap is bought by the Wolfe Co, and was graduatedfromthe I'drums of gasoline and an oil hand when be need thrn. The
and girls of Miami. Junk yard, from individuals or University of Alabama I tank which became Ingnlted from farming: season la almost ."
\' u*
Among courses taught at Tech]I from local salvage committee, with an A. B. degree In mechanlj j I the blazing waste turned the upon
{Chairman Geo. N. Wakefleld explained cal: engineering and a . de-j(dredge Into an Inferno for awhll.
,(1gasg aria 110 JIaIIanOOJ) i'
I Wednesday. If the Individual -, (Continued on Page Eight .. COUNTY SETS UP
| brings the scrap to the,.
FENNELL DEAD I dealer or has the dealer come get I II
I the scrap, the Individual gets paid 10% Pay Increase for City Employees GROUP TO RATION
I'by' the pound or hundred pounds' I
AFTER 22 YEARS ]I and keeps the money or does Provided Though Millage Kept at 37
whatever he wants to with I it. I
ORCI CULTURE If the individual donates the I A general increase of 10 percent I balance of $84,000 goes from the
I scrap to the salvage committee,|'! In salaries of city employees 0 light and water department to the -
: the dealer pays the committeeand : la provided in a budget totaling I anticipated revenues column, Rationing of farm machinery,
.I Lee''Arthur Fennel; who came: the money goes to the Dade $140,918 which the city: council of I which ia as follows: started last Friday, will be administered -
to the Redland District 22 years County War ebest-a combination Homestead adopted at Its regular -, Light and water. f ",0001 ia Dade County by a
ago and developed the "Orchid of U. S. O. and the Dade County! meeting last Monday night, Licenses .. .. 4.0001 I committee appointed by L. L.
Jungle" and Newton road, tt mile Community Chest In either and set the millage at 17, the same Fines and Forfeitures 1,500 Chandler, acting in his capacity of
north of Epmore: drive, died in event, a phone call: to 75-J or,level it has remained at since State and County Road chairman of the U. S. Departmentof
Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami SDI-W will result in a truck's beIng -'''1937 and Bridge Fund MO Agriculture war. board. for Dade
T hut Friday after an illnesa of sent after any considerable The budget I It $9,403 more than Building Penults, < 'M County.
,several months He was 72 years amount of.junk. Small amounts that of. Jut 'year, but the Increase Miscellaneous ISO Mr. Chandler will be cx-offlclo
J, should be'brought la and takento : in salaries account for Ad Valorem Taxis chairman of the farm machinery
old.The body was sent Monday by the junk yard. only $3,000 of thai amount A (Debt Service). 43,118Personal rationing committee, and County
Toner Funeral Home tot Cyathi- slight Increase In assessed valuations Prop. Taxes 2,0001 Agricultural Agent C H. Steffanl
ana, Ky, birthplace of Mr. Fen- THE WEATHER however, and an increase la Ad Valorem Taxes I will be secretary. Other who will
nell,' where funeral services and "' anticipated revenues, mainly from (General Fund) 4,000 serve on that comouttee: are Wain-
burial pen scheduled for W ed- Official weather report' of the the light and water department, right Ernst of Redland A. F Arthur
need Subtropical Experiment: Station, made It unnecessary to Increase $I.ODIIn of Homestead, D. P. Blake of
Mr. Fenaell had several thousand Homestead. FlorIda. the millage. it were not for the necessityof Gould, T N. Toms of Hialeah and
beautiful orchids growing at ..... .I. 1UNSapt > I Anticipated light and water revenues raising meet bond'!E. J. Rhoade of Opa-Lock Three
the lun.... la his alathoua and 17 9111, 71l13o011 USI I for the current: .fiscal year and reft a tax ;levy;member comprise: the committee; ti
greenhouse there wen row upon Sept 11 Jill 70 29.(7Sept 0.10 are estimated at $90,000 as compared of 4 mills would provide sufficient 'the others are alternates.
row of orchids of the domestic I ]0. J 11'0 I ISept ce with aa estimate of $82.000 additional income to operate the! "In me way," Mr Steffam
type, raised from seeds Out in 20. M f 87 j last year. city. Thirty-three milk of tht ,pointed out. "two constitute a.
the Jungle surrounding the buildings.were Sept 21 f 85 t 68 ((29.$5 0.45 Deducting $6,000 pledged for retirement 17-rolU tax levy are for debt service -)quorum of the committee and If
hundreds of wild or- I Sept 22. 12 1 18 |121.171| 0.01 of light and water certificates while the remaining 4 mill alternates will. make It pos>"-!. toContuuied I
(Continued M Page Bight) Sept 23. M I 166 |28..J| 1.IS of Indebtedness, -a net go to the general operating fund.' ( on Page Light: ;


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Paine .Twit HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, September 25,1942

If i Sgt. James Wollam has. been I I to use only four. Florida with
I transferred from Camp Shelby, more than 47 types of soil .*n4
I OUR MEN Miss, to Camp Livingston, La., varied growing and climatic conditions
where he Is temporarily serving:, ONSHORTAGESINFERTILIZERS I secured 33 ,r'dflIIWQ
In the office of the casual depot of'which use no nitrogen There-
.:otC. .. .... .J11.. | He hopes to be transferred to] fore, Florida growers will be able
Florida. Sgt Wollam has not reft -1 I I to secure fertilizers which will '
Stanley Jenner Helps something happened and Bob got I'gained the 20 pounds he lost dur- | meet their' needs with alight adjustments I
Make News in Solomons as jittery as a June bride.. Trying I I'' Ing his first few weeks of armyI | ."
to cover up his excitement and I I life. Reasons for the recent WPB: On Oct. 6, Lion Harley Core ,
# regain his customary composure,,i I order regulating the manufacture, will appear before Judge Walter \
Stanley F. Jenner, private first all he could say was an Incredulous Horace Gooding, seaman first sale and use of fertilizer were out Talbott to answer charges pre't r
class, who enlisted In the U. S. "There mu.tIf some mis.'i class, U S. N., Is spending a fur lined before the Redland District I ferred against him in an indict :
Marine Corps In Miami in July, take." I(lough with his parents, Mr. and 11 Lions Club Tuesday night by H meat read by Secretary Ooley: I
1940 has been "making new." in But it was no mistake, for Corporal .Mrs. Ray Gooding Florida City. B. FulU of Maml representativeof These fowl charges arose from remarks -' !
Guadalcanal, largest of the Solomon Bell had become Second I Horace aerved on the ill-fated Hector Supply Co and a member Core made regarding his i
Islands and scene of the Lieutenant BelL Several months i'aircraft' carrier Yorktown last of the agriculture division of I tire conservation program some .I
fiercest fighting. according to a ago he applied for A O School for January but was tran ered to I the Dade County Defense Council. weeks ago Core has secured the
letter receivedSept.. 17 by his former postal employees, then pro;a destroyer after a month He says Nitrogen sources present the services of Charlie Pratt and
mother, Mrs W. A. Austin The ceeded to await mult The results he knew quite I number of the greatest problem in this war, as George Cooper as defense counsel -
letter was dated Au,. 17. happened sooner than he anticipated crew that were on the Yorktown !potash did In the last war," Mr I Prosecution will probably '"
Lieut. Bell will probably -I when she was bombed and torpedoed FulU said "Certain organic be directed by Ed Gallaher and

Toucans and Monkeys I function as I postal officer list June. |sources, such as soy bean oil meal 1 I Larry Pope It Is rumored that '
Stop Visiting Camp in the adjutant general department I'which we use In fertilizer are Core will seek mercy rather than
I somewhere in Puerto Rico : Harry Hall son of Mrs H. O:used in foreign countries for food I Justice
since his background particularly 'Hall, Jas M. Forte Jr. son of(I purposes. Under lend-lease agreements '
much From appreciated British Guiana camel a fits him for this work. I|11'Mr and Mrs J. M Forte Harold,, we are shipping much. of Contract for Oil Gas
letter from Lieut. Bell entered the service !Sickle son of Mr. and Mra Ceo.j'I this particular abroad ,
Corp. P. Banks Byrum, eldest son in August, 1941, and received his I|I.A, Sickle, and J. M. Drlggers left and thereby reducing commodity the amount'I Awarded by Council
of Mr and Mrs J R. Byrum of promotion to corporal only recently -i: I for Camp Blending ;yesterday available for fertilizer here. Other y
Avocado drive Portions of it fol- ,I. .. I'
low: sources, such as fish scrap, which Fuel oil, gasoLne and lubricating
"I would like to thank you for Pet Glen Simmons of the were formerly Imported can no{ oil I contracts for the current
your kind consideration in lending James Gibbs is Taking: I quartermaster corps. son of Mr .i longer be obtained, or whereavailable !'fiscal year were awarded as follows ,
the hometown boys In the service Officers' Training Course Walter Jones, has been discharged I can not be shipped because -:I I Monday night by the city "
your paper. Through it I see the from the Santa Barbara hospital I more' Important cargos must council l on recommendation of the
city news and read of school day Corporal James Glbbs, son of I !and transferred to Camp Cook in I[Ibe shipped committee appointed the preceding
chums and old friends seldom Mr. and Mrs H M. Glbbs of I California. i, "Chemical nitrates present inI meeting to tabulate bids
brought to mind. Some of those Homestead reported Sept. 17 it I, Mrs Jones' elder IOn Emmett,I even more serious problem Lackof received from the various oil
chums and friends I'll never tee the officer's training school for I la now in Camp Lee, Va He la, ships plays I big part here too companies:
.gall. engineers at Fort Belior Va, from 'In the air. corps. .. ;' And much of that which we have Fuel oll-etandard Oil Co., 7.08
"It seems as though I'm destined which he will be graduated a teC-, i| Is used in the manufacture of explosives cents i gallon delivered at Homestead -
( lo be out of action for I good partof ond lieutenant about Christmas' Private J. D. Conner who has which we and our allies .
this war. Here hoping that time had the unique experience of being must have I Diesel lubricating oil-Gulf Oil
lit least this sector ii free of actual Corporal Glbbs has been In the I stationed In his home town asa "In order to provide growers 'Co, one grade 71 cents gal; other
combat It I just I little too close army more than a year He was ' member of the Overseas Highway with fertilizers which will meetther grade 43 cents a gal
4 to home. And yet to far. graduated from Homestead High..!i patrol was transeferred to I'! needs and still use the minimum -
Lubricating oil for trucks andcars
111 not try to describe this basebut School In 1937 and was married Key West Thursday of lilt week. of scarce nitrates, a representative .
. Its no heaven here In In July of 1941 His wife Is now,'Conner has been in the army a group of fertilizer manufacturers -, -Texts Co.; 20 per cent less "
than sellers schedule in effect *t
year and I half
the Junglei It hardly seems like with her mother in Trenton, Mich) growers and experiment
o 0 time and place of delivery.KeroseneTexas .
Jungles now because) the Increasing o 0 station experts met In Gainesville i
Pfe George D. left Sat- I Co. tank
e Stanley
activity has driven the animal
Lilburn and assisted by statistics from U.
Nixon Honor \
life to new quarters When almost I\urday for Camp Blanding after ioneweek S. D. A., made recommendations wagon price at time and place of
I we landed here Man at Training Base ; visit with his mother, delivery.
;year ago I for fertilizer grades for Florida. In
we found only I partly finished I I' Mrs Rhoda. Stanley of Florida each state similar groups did the Gasoline Shaw Bros\ tank
barracks and campsite cut out of Lllburn R. Nixon private, first 'City II tame Then at ...Atlanta manufacturers wagon price at time and place .of
i the dense undergrowth. Bird and,!I class, Is one/ 01 20 honor men I growers and federal representatives delivery less federal tax.
Animal life was thick around. picked from lgoo ..navy., men at I Charney Girretf of the U. S. from seven southeastern The following building permits
Bright parrots and macaws, Norfolk. ; oO'h i]Navy-is visiting at his home in states met and decided Oil were granted: Ernest Douberly,
creamed from treetops and overhead -I| He returned tp Homestead yesterday -/rf'!:' **,.. I the necessary grades to meet theirIMjainp. repairs to house $100; Paul Rey- "
Big-billed toucans senttheir on a f],.fe-day leave after '4.I'f' edyt voluntarily agreed," nop, repairs to house, $300, ,
squawking .falls'the I had eomplcfrd four weeks; of I ftewwd Thmpion l..tlni"th
t('i-"lnj awkward .**_. 1JIrce,' bMlc training I ,l fam I ..i of black lonfhilnd i i L J. Army. 1
m, nk,'.s sometime come almost o 0 I
New :
Daughter Named
11'I'' i One of these we caughti Barney Oodvrin of the CoastGuard t !
i ,,, ''I\ hive: AS our only pet. For Pea if Harbor nC'ii' spent Monday and Monday RENEW YOUR 1942
J' "I', after a heavy rim bigi i night at his home here He is ititlbncd -
Foot could be heard from Sat nuke Wait of :M" cDiU. I at West Palm Beach.
k In the Jungle howling Field And Mm Wet ire ann"ufT,*.," .
sated( of a big w .ndt ,ill the birth at n Il-p"uni I t'IeV- Pvt. Richard H 11 of theCoa,t DRIVER'S LICEN E'
C t th the nose of the ever en-ciunce daughter, GajlBurl' SB*"uard who ow .11\..., In Cot ,i' ,'
1 t; I 'stu:tvuetion, motor anti Sept. 11.i Cnbl .' 'II "w < \ ,," ,' placed by a swiss otn tar! In nwrcorjrb of Set 'f h,. t 4 Ir who snit his life tit Pearl Harbor 'retard vJjIl home tor the week- ,
; hav1ar lJ'1Ia&1nAly Mrs. West U the former J : Shirley Hill if M I J' j
t ,'>milli Ions of II'IIar ( anI .'
.C '111'111\1' ui fully. Soon I .CUV ; IMirner Will NeP'rolgotiplt'
I ,"or her* fir anothc I 1i'ri\'RW Sill lli ,,n. Jr. 1.
,n this are end tomeda: U S. M.irfneWWjw. t t- t''RWr4Veeseas ,' Day Feature. I"S. L. KENDRICK ;: .1
tl, I'ic It to Homestead for a presumably somewhere In the .
Sunday will be promotion Aav I ,
\t L Par:fie battle zone since lilt mhili ): '
4 or the Homestead Methodist JUSTICE OP: .
sent In mr nt the poitmnit j PEACEjOrFICE j jI
at San Fwnclicif according to ChUNh. A spatial program ate
Corporal Bell Becomes word received by his family hale 'clod will be followed by to* Homestead 'Florida -,
Second Lieutenant Bell 'Itallatlan of teachers and ,oificer. I
lilt week OPEN FROM 7 .\. :M. TO 10 P M DAILY
'. A church dinnerlil! be served i
!II An, q KM Field. Puerto Ulco. I Private Richard Baggers U. S 'la the church school building under t\CHDI\G SIADVY i I j
Scl"r re Robert W Bell Marine Corps, formerly stationed '' the supers'isMn of Mrs B M.lindman. I. I '
I } in -f \flc and Mri Robert Dell i' at New River. N. C., his been W. S. C: S. president.

of H" n.tead. WM attending to transferred to -I
oversea according
h. duties at the base poet office :official notification: received by O :"h__..._....__................_............__.._....:.....................':..:;.._... ,

a fertmi ago in Ms usual calm I his father. Capers Bigger. from I
and ,nllected manner.. Suddenly San Francisco I

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Road between Avocado and Bscajne: Drives i I

Haircut __. ._.. _. . ... __ SOt 39Homestead
Pianoforte and
Thepry Shave __ _.. .. ___..-.-_ *5e"shampop
Violin Xylophone Plano-Accordiart (Plain). ..___ tie Fla. .
i . . . . .
1111"" . . ., Shampoo (:\f dltltd'h'''_ 73e (Over Brown's Drug Store)

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\, ,: Facial 'h... ___._. .. ...__ See ... . .......... .. ...... ..... n. ..... ... ............... ............................_......._..... .._
For Complete Home FurnishingsSee Facial Pack h ..._ 75e .

Combination Facial| ____._ 75e I1031ESTEADSWIMMING.'POOL'

Tone: .._ __".____ 151

Mustache Trim _"...:..... lOc .
t '

:.' / "V BUSH'S, wili be drained and cleaned ,
'Smith-Graves Furniture Co.
BarberShop every Saturday instead of

' : Monday until farther
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Homestead .'. : OPP. City Hill II t
Phone JH-J : II ART McKEE, Pool ;Manager

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,September, 25, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pass Three

II New Nutrition and Canteen Courses Those who have missed l.ons'In ally been from two to twentyfivemen. report for work, announces Mrs.H. .
I the Homestead class may make ." S. Green, captain of the Redland -
It Open to Men, Says Home Economist them Mr*.'up Ferreyra at one of said the, and new visitor classes,I the No nutrition home work or canteen''t'uurses.Will I Is required .In first aid post.
are welcome at all times.
A nutrition class will be organ iclassei will be taught by Miss I The canteen course should be Gf Teach Advanced TOriCS ANNOUNCED
I bed at the Log Cabin Wednesdayafternoon Mable Richardson who Is teachingthe Interest to men, for doing mass I "Carriage and Divorce" li the
from 1 to 4 o'clock and j Homestead nutrition class cooking 1* really a man' Job, said First Aid if 20 Apply topic of the evening sermon at the
another, at the clubhouse of the which meet la the Future Farmer Mrs. Ferreyra. Homestead Church of Christ, announces -
i Redland Woman' Club Wednesday clubhouse. "Men are taking the canteen Miss Sue Robinson will start Thos.J. Hunton minister,
night from I to 10 o'clock,announces Those who complete the 20- course In Miami," she added, a class In Red Cross advancedfirst The morning sermon will be en
Mn. Don Ferreyra, home hour nutrition course are eligibleto and I know from my own experi- aid In the Redland Woman's "Judges of Angels."
I economist, who I* the defense take the 10-hour canteen course ence men often like to cook. In Club building! Friday night It as
council' nutrition representativefor which will be given In South Dade each of the hundreds of croup many as 20 who have completedthe .READ THE WANT-ADS I INinth
louth Dade County. Both later. that I have taught there have usu, standard Red Cross course

We ...nll. express our appreciation

of your patronage over the

past nine years and we hope tocontinue

I to serve our customers to
AnDlave'rsary Sale their satisfaction.




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HOMESTEAD LEADER!: I Our (Great America foBywt I IroRnI THE -

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,EN AKCHEK: __ _.;"';''ont." Miter1ABJOK1C r i
i iiinlMr and Tnwmri 1 M CUT eon M MAWY M so oft lA'.J1. FRONTd '
e,foMpuuH*IWCM iMftH4 off mrtio. .:
Pabn.bt Toat "To 1rn\HtM1 'NCOMO sROww Tea toVMes .._..
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Rt w a.atb F.biwee. c:.._,. TNey ARe Aealuea T1/ey ARVsuaaaNreaisa
A sear 'nstsea CIIOf.KNOW
b IWo 0:ass RIrnoN RATESslit New farm machinery and equip1 cause nitrogen it needed tat war. t 1

....... of Lade CoIo"_ ti'MRased ment has been put under a rationing plant rI
.. _. _ program. Its tale I* prohibited I ''' \
O..a U 3912, M tw pee except under condition now being are paying $115 for I
aa .5.1 FhMd., sad,, ..,: = :; Today we
.ant i. >"". r let up by the department of agri, what was I dollar' worth of food f'

a- culture. I two yean ago. Price of food exempt .
1 from OPA ceiling hare '
Eternal Things CARS People itlll on the roll of de- gone up, while those under control ':,<'<1

Ur Annie Majhew Fitzpatrick scan 104 OF.RATSOM pression-born WPA will be shifted have either remained steady, <,,'
cog U.S.ARAW OPMAMCaFtaNT rapidly into war production job or have shown a decline. Obviously '!;'
Eternal things-the sun, the moon.
In the immediate future. Every; I the answer to high living .s..
The stan that shine above, RAILROAD MAUL FROM .
Refreshing wind, life giving a sTa survttrs person who can work at all It cost lie in more extensive price
raln_ ARN 4000IIte16iR"Floor W CAM MOP needed In the war' effort these I control say OPA In taking under '

Then, too, there's mother love. r A RANT euseten i days and there are 890,000. WPA its wing rug, denims, lime for ." 'Ii'
FIRMr workers. Improving the toil Insecticides' r t

ITS MATIRUtesJRSPTi&E fungicides, tool handle, walOlI.I.'
The wind*- nlni- un. moon
and stars CRo Control over rubber hat been pokes, dried prune, raisin and) 'iti..
All In their cycles go. TNT FTA1Wff 500 M Un> MMjAjiv vested in one man-William M.1 i number of other item ,?

But mother love U different; rOOUCIV_ OCMA 0rfanrm > Jeffen.* In accepting full charge I "

It beam In steady (low, pace MM, AiAOoit._ of all matters connected with I I Green tea was put on Ice for '7'rI
A Recent sewep rubber, he said, "Unless w* correct I the government by a WPB freeze ',t'
It matters not how near you are 'so AM/t!MWKNI M100L. the rubber situation, this 'order which makes it unobtainable ;.
It matters not how far country: will face both a military unlest you happen to find some

A mothen'i love ai constant UAa and civilian collapse." left on a store shelf. Probably :%:!tJ

l Cod'i most steadfast itar. YOUR NEIGHBOR -. I you drink black tea-most South. !W

National gasoline rationing,government amen do. That comet from Ind11':

Gas Masks, Helmets in the * * jiLtAt * * Vehicle control, and of reduced all commercial taxicab- and i* not affected by the freeze. '

Home operation are new moves in the Sugar rationing ha been

(From Evening! Bulletin, Phila * * V* * * right direction to prevent the "zoned" to Insure fairer geognph
P waste of rubber. So i I. a plan to teal distribution.!
delphia.) QP.AU. keep highway speeds down. to S3 I

,, ; Do you have a dozen gas masks PANAMA-HEMISPHERE GATEWAY miles per hour. l'C'ew-tnd higher-celling priced
In your garage-or two steel helmets lOOn will be allowed by OPA on

In the kitchen closet-or Gateway between ocean become -I the other dls alltllrned the fas- Last month w* told more than apple butter canned and frozen
three bayonets down In the cellar I battle" arena, gateway by I]I cinated interest of the world thati five billion dollar In the war ef- fruits, Jams, Jellies and preserve j
You may think the suggestion land for nation of two continent' the herculean labor of linking the fort-90 per cent of us, 10 per to relieve producers who are lot 1
absurd, but the Wat Production, girded for defense of hard-won'' ocean by canal triumphantly cent for our allies under lease- Ing money. i

Board'i Conservation Division liberties, the Panama of the present 'I completed In 1914. lend. The United Nation are returning -1
suspects that you do have these I Is as vital to the cause of the'' Safely through the vicissitudes the favor by building u* It.. no longer necessary for A

Implement of war hidden away: America a* it was vital to the Hof youthful nationhood, and now naval base and airport oversea 'fellow to have a string of academic I.:
i I In your home. maintenance of Spanish power In I an Independent republic with constitutional -I and by supplying our troop 'I degree to become an army ,
Jt', like thlt-an old automobiletire the New World In days closely, guarantee to her peo- abroad. I officer.

too worn for use can provide: following discovery. I ple, Panama ceded to the United I !
II ;t're
enough reclaimed rubber for the,I Only eleven yean after Columbus State the right to build and to Stricter grading of beef and veal Beef and ; scarce just 1y
i gas mask An old flatiron long on hit fourth and last voyage operate a gateway for world com- will discourage meat chiselers. now, Men in uniform eat more)
out-dated by the new electric one I I was exploring every indentation merce that left to the lurid page j'I[meat, but civilian supplies are expected
could easily be turned Into ,two. of the Caribbean Coast of of history the trek of sailing ships Fan and winter knitted under1 to Increase" within! 60 days
brand new steel helmet. And 'a I Panama in search of a way around Cape Horn. wear ha come under price ceiling . OPA hat slapped a price "'

discarded wash pall, full of holes I through to Cathay, Vasco Nunez I For an annual sum the United *. celling on lamb and now control "
though It might be, represent ire Balboa was forcing hit way ill meat item except poultry.; ,j
State by treaty has obtained the
: I "
three bayonet through jungle and "
tropical across, land for five mile on either side Hominy feed and other dry G
Actually, a survey shows, you mountain to astound the corn milling product have been OPA ha warned drug store U
ltar.e I bordering the Canal. To the
have a veritable artenal. world discovery of the exempted from OPA control discontinue the new practice of
credit of both parties be It laid
That lawn mower you Still hang Pacific Ocean. I charging a Penny for paper cups
on to In spite of the more et/lcl- Hardly six yean were to that no more than petty problem In addition to the price of a drink*,
I have disturbed the relations of Manufacture of fertilizer that i
ent new one could be converted pat before" Pedro Aria de Avila,
landlord and tenant. contain chemical I '
nitrogen *
Into six 3-inch j following Balboa, was to found :
shells A paradox brought under WPB control be- Children in Court
curious geographical
Ii that a \; among,I the old city of Panama which was
t that pile of rubbish Some tot-1, later to become teat of a Spanish Is the discovery; that the Atlanticor By Jadie Mateelsa BatfleldBT
dler't automatic rifle could use;;colonial government. Jurisdiction Caribbean entrance to the boats that haul it to the great '1 .
the 84 rounds of ammunition itt ranged from Nlcaraug In the Canal ia farther west than the steel area. These six operating ''DbTtot1l.ms 211MOUNTERED

would make. I!I north to the Straits of MagellanIn Pacific terminus. companies produce 63 per cent of I A METROPOLITAN: "
That flying fortress you law the south Including the provInces Almost from discovery, Panama the .\VorJd' Iron ore. Isn't that I JUVENILE COURT
! overhead yesterday might have of Cartagena.' Peru, Chile, hat taken leading role In the something? Each boat carries

I had electrical connections soldered and what It now Argentina.A movement of the world's goods, down about 12.000.tOI1l.. ., When Jdvenlle courts In rural areas,
. with the lead reclaimed from 60 dozen yean more Ind-Fran- fruitage of peace, at spoils of winter closet lake navigation the ,although handicapped by a lack

I old tooth parte tubet. cttco ,Plzzaro .was aetUm iou> war. Though the republic has its mines go on Hacking up a summer of psychiatric facilities ana adequate J
! i To name a few more of the I from Panama for his conquest of Own \Important place it I producerIt supply meads of follow-up service,
( many scrap Item the war effort Peru. The city of Panama became It known the world over for e a e are usually able to do more for.
need*-burnt-out light bulb to be port for the shipment to Spain of Its bananas, cocoanuts, hide and The war department state that Weir first Offenders than court
l used In making compasses; cooking the treasure and splendor of the skink, batata and rubber, tagua, during the paat two month In large Citiet The rural court I*
fats to make glycerine and soon I Inca empire, and the distribution cacao, pearl hemp tortoise shell 18,967 commission have been Issued permitted to devote more time to
ad Inflnitum. center of Imports from the mother and gam-its position and function to civilian That' what each cat, since It doe not carry'
But:, say, time a-wattlng. Left ,land to the colonies In the New M vital gateway between peeve the regular the financial burden which confronts -
get the family to work and go World.It oceans and continents, gives It a i the average metropolitancourt.
, over the house with I fine-toothed I perform that function today. part even more prominent than In These sports people spend their .
comb. But the commerce of Spain ha* centuries past In the ever-chang money in t peculiar way. John Since homes in rural districts
diminished to a trickle, and Upstart ing dram that It history In the Singling put millions into the rent at between twenty to forty

I and unheard of nation say making. Sarasota art museurq and now dollars a month It la within the
1 Farm Machinery Goes to whose ship and whose good may ,.;".;. Joseph Widener of Hialeah track meant of every family to move

't War cross the 80-mile wide Isthmus, in tame want to give his $8,900,000 Into the country; or to a more de-
I the man-dug ditch that mingle CURRENr, art collection to the national art sirable part of a small tired city
'f w.'" got the, toughest Job In the mighty waters of the Atlantic gallery; but the state of Pennsylvania when the court makes such recommendation
all our live ahead of ui: and we and the Pacific. COMMENTBy says he must first pay *. Even though

.t dont dare fall. Uncle Sam hat I At early at 132J a lieutenant of 1193,000 tax on it and congress I* smaller communities lack adequate
promised farmer a* many tools ) AGNEW WELSH being asked to appropriate the recreational
Balboa foresaw the need of a centers, nature I* usually
at can be spared from our metal "
1 canal for the of generous in providing numerous -
potentate Spainhe
supplies. H.', agreed to the manufacture U--. Naar II. W".".., e e e lakes, hills, riven, wooded
prepared the tint of I
four-flfthi survey arar.a by "VoIo _... sob .
this year of .o tbw America-land of opportunityfor
route, but It wn Cortex, Immortalfor tea be tn err-.M .. M w.r..r areas, etc, for Juvenile recreation
t at much farm mtchrnery; a* wa -..d& those who will work) Jeannl and amusement
hit conquett of Mexico who :.u..l = w
old In 1440.: And he' going to t.. N. K Bellamy describe a Viennese
In rural district it It
wrote, "NO matter at what cost Nth street slur a.. possible
allow the manufacture" of half chemist who arrived in New Yorka
for the court to contact the press
we must build a canal at Panama.
again at many repair part a* The state ratloner announces little over two year ago with police, schools, rtiurches, member
farmer bought I re 1940. Landmarks of French ambition, that school busses must not be a wife and eight cents and it now of the various social civic, eeI\ .
I I !
Maybe If* lUll not at much doomed to failure by the mosquito, used for transporting athletic head of hit own concern la Miami cational and rellglou organize'tions ,
machinery; at tome of ut would may be seen In Panama today. It teams at any time. The Nazij not only took all hismonelf for assistance. In this Wit
lib to have; but It'. all that can was not until Goethalt and Gor- bat grabbed t handful of It It poilsble for the court to ere
be spared from planet,and tank I gas the one fighting, the elements, In the Lake Superior region- hit hair, kwvlng p large bald tpot ate and direct pabOe opinion so
and gone. The steel saved from Michigan and Minnesota geographically a a .. that only a small percentage of
the. one-fifth reduction In numberof ,old machine that can possiblybe speaking the great The crust of the earth t* probably tint offender become repeater
machine It enough to make used Someone b going to need I Mettbe range of low -mountainsrantamtag thmtier M th, Arctic region or hardened erimfntb.JtMBt. .
more than 6,000 thirty-ton tanks.And it before long-maybe Someone almost InexhautttbteQuantity than .1I'e"' "' .... They had ft moderate -
togtner with the Implement miles away-even If the Presentowner of free Iron Are. It does sjaakt in the Aleutian. recently.

already on farm. It should be doesn'. X "rainy day" 1 not need be blasted Out. miked In part of Alaska to the 6rp... ....'
plenty to grow the food and fiber spent checking upon the condition with a lot of.rock, but It scoopedM Valley of a Thousand Smoke

y required for Victory. That It, It of harvesting machinery may tart. by great dredge, dumped Into where steam Issues from blowholes .
should be plenty If we take car of lost time for I whole crew later 3igM 'tars, hauled titty mltei and fissure* fa the rocks ADisMOatrfkrirrDoBtri

It, and plan ahead to keep every on. Farm labor fill be too kcan to Duluth And eryptted' into great' I tort of tubtoraimeen tea-kettle' *
machine bIllY and work together this year to tliII\ It sitting around ttrtcture Hsemblltng a grate Me. The finding of the bodies of mattadani -
with oUf.Mlhbon. while repair are made. :'-Vocational "tor. From.ten It D convyed, la the region Indicate thatIt XirTtiT MCMBPaae

To begin we can fix ui> every Agriculture" Newt Letter. by elute Onto UM wbakHMck ar* vrtt) atsct %vit*) bopluil. .
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. Friday, September 25, 1942.. HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Palm Five

t Mrs Chas W. Camp entertained SUBSCRIPTION BLANK
on Sunday her brother.In-law and
sister Mr and Mrs. S. L. Minott
: In and Around of Coconut Grove
and another
of Leader-Enterprise ........:.._............... 1942
her sisters, Mrs. Stella Harding of
I Miami. 14 N. W. Third Street,

Homestead 'Mrs. Jamea E. Elder spent the Homestead Fla.

week-end In Chapman Field with
her Ion and daughtT-ln-law Mr.
"Ir Inclosed herewith is $1.00 for which send
r 1 : and Mrs Jos. Elder. '

Mr. and Mr Cecil Dodd arrived -[ Mrs. Albert B. Wunder returned I the Leader for one year to:
Sunday from Atlanta for a Sunday from a one-month visit Mrs. Lulu G. Oliver is recovering -

r '+.. ..five-day Visit with Mr*. Dodd'l'vM I wtih her parents In Cincinnati from her recent Illness I ...
I #mother Mr*. John Bt Tower. Mr. She was Accompanied by her sister Name
Mrs. J. F. Hammett Is ......._, ....
. -r'v.. Dodd a civil service radio tech-I Miss Jean Wolf who will bea attendinga .
I nidan. U being transferred from boor In Homestead High School three-day board meeting of the
- ,**' j the signal corps service command this winter. Florida Federation of Businessand I Mail Address_.___....__..._..
. .. at Atlanta to the signal corps of Professional Women's Clubs

'J" the army air corps at Oklahoma I Miss Marybelle Glbbs Is now in Tampa. i .-..--.----..-..--..--...-.-...-.-..--..-
: *i City. working In the
. army dental clinic Mrs. Russell Horn, Mrs. Claud

L. O. Hall, father-of Mrs. M. A. Maml In Miami Beach .and living in Campbell and Mrs. David Barnes .$1.SO It paper Is to be mailed outside Dade Count
have returned from a visit with
>XT, Berger underwent I major operation -
, 'fl in a Miami hospital Wednes Miss Dorothy Ross, daughter of Mrs.Middletown Home's ,mother Va. and sisterIn i_ FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE ._
i ,.31' tar. Amputation of the left leg Mr. ,
and Mrs..J. B. Ross, Is teach
I 'C' below the knee was necessary to
. check foot Infection. Ing In Andrew Jackson School In Mile Janice Howard Johnson Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs JAMES ARCHER SMITH
I Miami. Her sister, Miss Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Howard R. E. Scott Sr. Mrs. Gladys Cliettof ROSPITAL kl\\'S
Is employed In the Homestead office Johnson, Is spending this week In Miami returned home Thursday
Charles H. Steffanl Jr. ton of Mrs. Henry Brooker, Jr. under
.,, of Western Union Telegraph Miami with Mrs. Minnie Austin after a 10-day visit with Mr. and
County Agent and Mrs. C. H. Co. her grandmother. Mrs. Scott. went a major operation at the
,' Steffanl returned from Nassau Jamea Archer Smth Hospital yesterday

I Friday and left Monday night for R. C. Jackson, bridge tender at Miss Jane Gatlin who now lives Clyde Nelll left Saturday for Her condition Is reportedto '
"t Gainesville where he will enter: Channel S bridge of the Oversea in Miami will return to Wesleyan East Bend, N. C. be "good."
> the University of Florida as I Highway, Is spending a vacationof College this fall Billy Walton Who U employed
),: freshman. Charles, because of his, two weeks with his family at Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Grimm of by the Intercontlnent Aircraft
ability as band leader was of> Naranja. Miss Helen May was an overnight Modello have moved to Avenue B. Corporation in Miami was a ton-
A fared' a scholarship by anotherFlorida guest of Miss Mary Jo sllectomy patient Tuesday.An .

\ college but he preferred I Miss Anne Ryan returned Fri- Burrls in Perrlne last night. ,N. T. Noblest and Joseph Dan- eight-pound sevenounceson
t the state university where be day from a vacation spent at Mrs I lels of Chockoloskee wen week- was born to Mr. and Mr..
plans to work toward a degree In I Clayton Sedgwlck Coopers BlowIng Miss Jean Caldron has returned end guest at the home of Mrs. Fletcher Quinn Wednesday.R. .
..;.* agricultural chemistry. He was Rock, N. C.. summer home. from Pennsylvania for the winter. St. Clair Demere.lr. L. Godwin who underwent
t ,1' given an honorable discharge from Mrs. Cooper plans to return In October -
a major operation on Sept. 17 will.
the defense project In Nassau In Anne
I Miss
Wilson Spanish
T \ and Mrs. Bert Brown and be removed to his home Sunday.T. .
order that he might go to college. teacher at Redland High School,
children, Bobo and Sandra, visited J. Rayburn was a patient
Green Rives left for Orlando who was absent while recoveringfrom
I relatives in Chockoloskee the
over and ,
John Syke It enrolling nt a Sunday after a two-week stay at an arm Injury returned to weekend.Mr. Monday Tuesday
i' freshman at the University off his home here. .chooI1esterday. Carl Smith was a patient last
I Ir
-f. Amos H. Davis of Mt. Pleasant CITY r and Mrs. John Frederickand Mrs. Ralph Landrum and tier
,. Charles Lee Burgreen; ton of Is spending a few days with Mr. FLORIDA: Infant daughter of Fort Lauderdale baby born Sept. IT, were removedto
1 Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Burgreen, has and Mrs. A. W. Hutchlnson. Br Warrens every were Sunday guests of their home In Naranja Wednes
,'j entered his junior year at Maryvlll ", _-. Mr. and Mrs. B. Carpenter. day.

','. College, Maryville, Term., Mrs. J. A-pjj'ard;; Jr., and Mrs. M. Palmer of Cleveland
where he U majoring In theology. daughter, Miss Yvonne, who have arrived Saturday for a visit of Last Friday Genevieve Cline .
been house-guests of Mr. and Mrs. several months with Mr. and Mrs fell from the attic of the cottageat mIw ( ITHE
., Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Love of Adrian Jacobs have moved to the I!|i W. F. A. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs.C. the rear of the Free Methodist NT .D
% Washington, D. C, and little son, S. S. Beam house on N. W. Eighth High of Hla-nT Shores were parsonage and fractured her o .
f; Herbert, are visiting Mrs. Love's street. Mr. Pollard will Join themIn I Sunday guests at their home. shoulder.
t, parent, Mr. and Mr. Wm. H. November. I ,
-, Sykes. Mrs. Love Is the former "; : Miss Helen Schroder Is mat'' The Junior of the Free Methodist -'
.Jf Miss Dorothy Sykes. Mrs. Earl Byrd who was calledto her home here. I Church at their semi-annual FerrrempiCAB
Clearwater last week because J election Monday chose the following -
'J Mrs. H. I H. Ewing left Sunday of the illness of an uncle returned Ronald Caves and J. B. DonInjer I officers president Faye Mills; SERVICE
ijr for Washington, D. C., where she Sunday night accompanied by her arrived home Friday after'a I vice-president, George Morton,
'*: will a few week with her sister, Mrs. Sheldon Llndsey of stay of several weeks in Athens,!>secretary, Jeredean Tamblyn;
at reasonable rate
,J 904-I -law and daughter, Mr. and Clearwater, who plans to spend Tenn. ?: Mrs. John' Kelsey ",Gardner, and two week here. I slstant treasurer, Sara Mills. The
ij their children,' Sfye plans also to, Intermediate class party wall]{Young People' Missionary Society PHONE 9103 or 4S$
i visit relatives of the late Mr. Ml and Mrs. Robert H. Smithof held Tuesday evening at the Community will elect officer at T this evening
.4 j}; Ewing who live In New York. Miami spent Tuesday night Church. and the W. M. S. will elect $HOMESTEAD CAB BERTH
at the home of Mrs. Smith's officers at B:IS tonight The pastor -
C: H. Pepper of Princeton ref mother, Mrs. Jesse Gossman. Mrs Mrs. Hazel Rivers: returned 'rl-f Mrs. Edith Tam lyre. hat t. O. Mnnaer, Fre..
o ;: Aimed Wedneday' from Pennsyla Gossman was a week-end visitorIn day from Eau Gallic where she been promoted from district evangelist -
vanla where he had spent the sum- Key West. spent several .day With relatives. to conference evangelist
>i mer.
rr .. Mrs. W. J. Clark and ,grandson Joe T. Stanley and Harry Defiler
#.0 Miss Wilma Thompson, daughter Dickie Buff returned Tuesday returned from Key West for they .
*9 of Mr. end Mrs.:W. A. Thompson, from visit with Mrs. Clark's week-end. j I,
it has enrolled in the University of Soh-ln-law and daughter, Mr. '""
W :Miami for evening classes In laboratory and Mrs. Thad Shore, In Roaring Mrs. Nina Brandenburg and

'i technology. During the Gap, If. C. .. . ,_ tons Bobby and Emery, were:I PromotionsA
J day she
work at the Voltee alrJ I I
} plane factory. She and her sister, i
:J Miss Wanda of Miami, and Dr.
Matthew Torraya of the naval air EDWARD STILING

.1 base at Opa-Locka: spent the raise does not come from hard
week-end at the Trompson home.

MIA REALTOR work. Your achievements, not ordinary -
Cecelia Harper on Friday ,
finished the first quarter of her work or long hours designate
Gen Insurance ,
1\ first year at the Medical College Estate"

of Virginia and Is spending theQUlrterlT the size of your pay.
vacation >n Portsmouth NOTARY PUBLIC
and Norfolk. Va. In .
the Is visiting he aunt Portsmouth and uncle Cor. Palm A ve. and Ave. B Florida City Fla.

,' Mr. and Mrs. W. J:. Lewis who PHONES .Ml-J AXD Nl-M Raise 'ounelt-knake yourself better.
o formerly lived here.

I Make your ,work better.

AkneisneemeatDR. Merit more money.

: .J R. S. SPICKARDan4 I I

Wall board we carry make la our erentnff school
yott tin
DR. C. C. RAYare It easy to build On another i

room, or replace constantly mike yourself better in a short time.
sw aaaeclate with I
cracking old plaster. .

DIt R. S. AKEns Easy-In time ol labor 'get

a an estimate on all your BuildIng .
a t Regular courses-yes. Terms-yes.
DENTIST Material needs-large or

Offle* Roans t a. ... to I m.rntS.lr.ttf .

\' i Stanley Business CollegeMae

IlHiEtt RCO.IC.Lta.W. : ( .

Morris BId Homestead"I"
ft. k" r. Bartrtr. ..... beer 'rMIeollU'l'Lb.

NOIIil 1! heiress ,.

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Pare Six HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE 'Friday,' September 25,1942

I I I Sullins Social Events in South Dade . . I



t ; 28-Woman'*Club dance I
A marriage of Interest the wedding gown a whit silk chiffon I In Chamber of Commerce building!, Homestead P. T. A will A. W, Hutchinson, treasurer. The i

community will be that of Miss dress In street length. Her accessories > Sept. 28-Social meeting! of I Ir give Its annual reception for faculty presiding officer was Mrs. M. F. i

Ruby Iron Jackson, daughter of : will be white and her Junior Woman's Club. members at I o lock next White, retiring president, who has
Mr. and Mri Richard Crawford flowers, an arm bouquet. Sept. 28-Meeting of Jennie ably served the association for the
Jackson of Naranja and Bond Though born In Key West, the t Lobdell Circle with Mrs. A. M. Friday evening Oct. 2; at tlte! past two year
Bitting, ton of Mr. and Mrs Ben bride has been reared in Naranja. Logan. home of Mr. and Mrt. E. J. Dyal' Mrs Wm. Musaelwhlte contributed -

Bitting of South Allapattah Gar t She Is a graduate of Redland High I Oct. Meeting of Naranja on N. E. Eighth street Mrs. B. a soprano solo, "Rose
done Wednesday evening at" t 30 School and also of the Stanley Chapter of O. E. S. M. Hindman hospitality chairman, In the Bud." Attendance prizes

o'clock the ceremony will be Business College in Homestead Oct. Homestead P. T. A. reception announced Wednesday at the opening were won by Miss Mary Jackson's
performed In the Homestead Pres- At present she Is doing stenographic for teachers at home of meeting of the association., room and Miss Lola Behrena' and I-''
i byterian Church by the pastor work In the office of the t Mrs. E. J.Dyalat8p.m. 1 Installation services, postponedfrom Miss Allis Ferguson's room.
the Rev. George H. Ricks, In the Harold E. Kendall packing houseIn I Oct. Meeting of Woman's the May meeting because of Room mothers are Invited to attend I:

presence of members of the two Goulds. Auxiliary of St. John's Episcopal absence of the new president, Mrt. the meetings of the executive ,(
families. I The bridegroom' family came, Church at home of Mrs. John Lewis Brandenburg, were conducted committee, Mrs. Brandenburg i
The bride's attendant will be her to this district from Bayard. Neb.three ., Julian at 3 p. m. by M.... Ben Archer. Those announced. Executive committee ;

slater Mrs. Roy Bjorkman of Eureka -I years ago. He attended Oct. 2-Meeting of Ad Astra installed besides Mrs Brandenburg meetings will be held on the first
and the bridegroom's attendant Bridgeport High School In Bridgeport Chapter of O. E. S. were: Mrs. Coma Davis Del- Wednesday of the month she said,

will be his brother, Leslie Neb, and Is now a rancher Oct. S-Meeting of Homestead linger first vice-president;; Mr;. and membership meetings, on the

Mr. Jackson will give his for F.. C Peters. B. P. W. C. at home of :.I.... T E. C. J. Parman. secretary; and Mrj. third Wednesday of the month.
daughter In marriage They will live In one of the Cash
Stadig In Princeton.Oct. .
The bride has chosen for her apartments In Princeton e-Meetlng of W, M. U. MRS. GEO. N.WAKEFIELD IS ELECTED


0 P. T. A. executive committee.
STUDIED AT ALL-DAY. M. U. MEETINGMis. Oct. Christmas gift work

-- meeting or homestead .name uem- Mrs. Ceo N. Wakefield was ing year and made plans to Include,
onstration Cub. again elected president of the r In the year's program those most I
Howard Johnson program I vice-president; ,Mrs. Johnson, ,
chairman for the W. M. U., presented second \'Ice-pre.ident; Mrs. Irwh Oct. 12-Meeting, of Monday Homestead Home DemonstrationClub desired.
programs at both forenoon third vice-president; Mrs. lJlJier.trea.urer , Music Club at home of Mrs. J. R. at a meeting held in the Due to war conditions, Miss
and nlterinion sessions of the : Mrs. tvey, mission Rutland. I Future Farmer clubhouse Friday.I Grady said she will have to direct
Oct. 13-Meeting of W M. U. Mrs. John R. Graves was made the Homestead and Redland club
In observance chairman Paul
meeting held Tuesday study ; Mrs. ('hilI -
of the state mission week of I dren's home chairman; Mrs. Venn Oct. 20-Meetng of Homesetad I vire-presldent; IIIr,. 0. J. Roman, meetings on the same day-the
prayer. A covered dish luncheon personal service chairman; Mrs. W. S. C. S. circles secretary; Mrs.'Jack Polk statistical fourth Friday of each mpnth. The

r was enjuyed between the sessions. Plche, stewardship chairman; and Oct. 21-Meeting of Homestead secretary; Mrs. A. M. Logan Homestead club will meet at 9:30
P. T. A. I treasurer; and Mrs. Gordon Ivey a. m, it was decided.
ThelI't'.IJ'nt, Mr. S. L, West, Mrs. Bowen publicity chairman.Clf. j council .
u. representative.The :i A work meeting for the makingof
presided lint of chairmen will be Christmas
gifts was set forOct
In the morning program Mrs. FOR FAREWEll. PARTY Mrs Win R. Lounsbury accompanied -I completed at the next meeting i i I 9, at 9:30: a. m.
by Richard Gardner,
>(. Collier gave a devotional on Oct. 23.The i Anyone Interested In Home
Before Forrest Bell left for the Jr., of Miami attended a meetingof / I i
"Open Window Mr Johnson annual canning report, read Demonstration Club work is Invited I
; the
of Florida
University he Southern Cross
was of
conducted an imaginary tour of chapter at the meeting showed for' last to join.MOMVS .
of honor at buffet the U. D.
guest a upperIlvel C. in Miami Monday.
the Roger building In Jacksonville |year: 7,858 quarts of '
headquarters of the mission ) by Miss Charlotte Geronl- 11,619 quarts of fruit, ,velletablel.l CLUB: TO GIVE {
mo, John and Robert Kuhn and Miss Eunice I
Grady will meet
Mrs T D. Piche. i
.work. poke on ,jot jelly, 1,113 quart DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT
Charles Henlng at the home of with the Redland Home Demonstration
the Baptist book store; Mrs. T, t I juice 10 quarts of meat, fish and I Roger Sanford'i orchestra wilt
Mr. and Mrs. L. Club
P. Kendrick afterrfoon.
L T. Bowen, on the Florida Baptls'' East streetMusic on I chicken, and 12 pints of mince provide music for the dance, to be
Witness: Mit. Frank Irwin, on the meat. given Saturday night In the Chamber I
Baptist Training Union Mrs. Gor-: was enjoyed throughoutthe The Princeton Home Demonstration Miss Eunice I
; Grady county of Commerce building by the
don Ivey, on the Baptist Studenl evening.In Club will elect officers at agent, led In a discussion of subjects Woman's Club of Homestead.Mrs. .
Union; Mrs. A. O. Smith on the,1 an aviation game played, its meeting In Princeton Methodist I and projects the members James. I* Bird Is general
the first prize was won by the Church on Thursday Oct. S, at 2 I f
Sunday school department; Dr. would be Interested in this com- chairman.
i ; ? honor guest He received also a o'clock. I
K. Johnstone, on evangelism; ,
Mrs. R. E. Edwards, on W, M. U. farewell gift.
A bountiful supper was served SERVES AS FRESHMAN: AIDE

With and administration.Pickard cloned Mrs.the session Catherine -I buffet The other style. guests included: Mri.' Min Betty Brown of Homesteadwas I II Jack DIXIE DRUG Howard 'III

A. E. Paul, Misses Myra and Marie one of the Sophomore Council Polk Johnson ,
Christian education was the Bell, Miss Dorothy Kuhn, Misses girls acting as a freshman aide
theme of the afternoon program. Louise and Mary Ellen Dearing I during freshman week at the Phone* SO and till I Ii I
Mrs. J. Tom"Vann gave a devo- Miss Hilda Dodson, Charles Rob- I Florida: State College for Women. i

tional on "Laborers Together WithCod" ertson, Bob Spear, Lynne Irwin A WORD ABOUT OUR.
and announced the other and Wilbur Caves. ply this material to the grass.If .

program numbers: "Stetson Uni grass If mowed frequently it PRESCRIPTION SERVICEt I
( versity"'Mrs.
4 A. E. Paul; "flori- MR. AND MRS. DTAL will stay in a green, vegetative
da Normal and
Industrial Institute v
at SI. Augustine," Mrs. J. GIVE FISH FRY I stage and the short clippings will The ftcxsll Drug Store Is justly proud of in ?
absorbed by the lawn and the
i let Smith; "Baptist Student Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dyal gave a prescription scrvm. Ic it lilt moil important ;
soil in a short time.A .
fish their very
fry at home
i Union, Mrs Ivey; and prayer by night. I department n/v-
Mrs. West licensed aci
pharm a __
Present besides the host and 1 soap pray made by mixingone I'
Present besides those named strength materials,compound your prncnp: '
pound of fish oil
Hostess or
and their plain
daughter, Miss
non... .The time kl the Recall
were: Mrs. S. H. Fitch Mrs. Julia next Drug
Iva. were: Mr. and Mrs. W. L.Phllbrlck soap with tight gallons of I
Polk, Mrs. S. A. King, Mri. J. R. I of Miami, their son Jack!hard water or 10 of soft water is Scor Serve you.
Chamblisa and Mrs. O. C. Rad-
and fairly effective In
daughter Jill Mr. and controlling
ford. Lonnie Hood, Mr. and Mrs. whlt.- leI on guavas. A white t
The new executive board of the Hutchinson and ton, Billy MU.I oil emulsion, three-fourths at

W. M. U. met Friday afternoon at Mrs. Dyal's sister and niece, strong as ordinarily used on citrus,
Mrs. Johnson's home to make I Earl Myer of Miami and daughter is a good control for these pests. st '" Mfl

plans for the year's work. Joey, and her nephew, Jimmy Kelm oat CNR

Circle One was named sponsorof Wheat of Miami. When potatoes are peeled keep L LEADS MERcab1e i ir
the loyal Ambassadors I Mrs. Myers and peelings .thin. Prized minerals i 19 r
; Circle daughter, Jimmy lie otsins 0c? !
Two. of the Gills' Auxiliary; Circle I Wheat and Miss Dyal remained close beneath this surface, d'eti
Toteve !
Three of the Sunbeams; and ill Sunday. 4s has ,a B ?asset
Rub the meat the
Circle Four, of the V. W. A. pecan nut
.. I
" I. I ,11",1 into a bad scratch on highly polished
/ Present were: Mrs. West, president HousewivesClippings furniture. ]
Hints to I Then rub with .
; Mrs. R. E. Edwards, first furniture ,
polish. You
I' " IS
; ; set" the scratch. N61L
01100 t 1borac1RVl1
should I
be left on the
I .. ?
lawn after mowing because they fI ''l I. ' "'' "II 23

fll-E contain about two per cent nitrogen GLASSES }

and also add valuablclnrnuste .eeyyWk .. 1
Mrs. An ilia Booth I /
the soil With the chortago of -To Keep a ? 7 sa'F't
for nitrogen a* a result of war 1/dido. ,
and the great need for Ihin: theproduction I Awake f I

t CHAINSHome of food crops, it to l ICE CREAM

more Important than ever to leave,! I

the clippings on the lawn to tup- I J

r Corsetry I DR.M.A.BERGERDentist jr.il Made Fresh Daily In Our !

Price from / Own Store (
e.iae. cad /.gee. d.e M ere
de.M e.e be lass hod, Von" :
3.50 13.95 I fosse b.iper ibeeseeda bests 06M

.. First National Bank V4tM* fO* THl WHO** fAMUY.. DUKIH6 ;
Dr. It. F. Stebbins .

31 N. AVV4th Street Building: Dr. L. W. Stebbins THt GSTOR( SCHaOL 1 / I :

122J W. Flattrt '1. Mlaaal NEEDt7u 1 te
Homestead Fla. Office Hours 8:30-130 ,
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' (lIilmurnlllll/lIlIIlI/III.InlII.( { ( { (( ; {; Book Pool" Established for Those

I ,20 Years Ago [ Who Enroll for-Extension Courses: CLASSIFIED ADS I

fiATK. First .Insertion 104 a line subsequent Insertion*
I Tallahassee Sept 24-Establishment ,- program with a little extra or '

... 3-ram of a "book pool" from which special training which they receive M.' UM .
i Ishe
reference materials will be lent from the general extension division -,
.. ....'.1004 .... 11 ilurlww
I'I tl, .. to Floridians who, following of the University of Florida -
Oat. alh it '
IT..a. menu of itudy through stud !
, Lc course or reading, are. correspondence FOR RENT HELP WANTED
( trying to Improve thenuevet or courses or In extension classes;

511111111m IUIIIIIIHlllllllllnrGIUUJij( ( theft communities, has been announced -,, Riley said He explained that the TO permanent tenant, all electric REPRESENTATIVE to look after

by the state library board general extension division Is adding -,'I well furnished apartment, hot our magazine! subscription interests

7 I ie* !L UZI and the University of Florida. Assistance , correspondence courses and I 11I water, direct road to airport. la Homestead and vicinity

, ."R edland Farm Life Schools will be given first to reading outlines which do not Mrs. Eva Collins, Federal hwy. Every family orders subscriptions

Monday. . 301 were en- those attempting to adjust themselves carry college end: but which are I I and Biscayne dr at Modello. Hundrqrts of dollars

J Nued.The ." to the' needs of war-ttlmo designed to meet present occupa- are spent for them each fall and t

Homestead school has an I employment the announcement tional demands particularly of''FOR rent of sale-20 acres or winter In this vicinity, Instructions

. attendance of 324.* said municipal, state, and government 1 more glade land located 1 mile and equipment free Guaranteed

a 1r-.At a meeting of the county Details of the plan were workedout emplojees I I east of Florida City on Florida lowest rates on all periodicals *

j school board . the contract for at a recent conference In Jacksonville -I I inadequate supply of refer..' City canal O. B. Parker AlI domestic and foreign.

f ftt-new high school building at by W T. Cash, state librarian ence books to be lent to studentsin | pine Grove Dairy. sll-18) Represent the oldest magazine

J Homestead was awarded to J. F. Harold Colee, member of these courses and lack of funds I( agency In the United States.

t tlmphrey whose bid was $17,293- state library board; and B. C. available to purchase them threatened FURNISHED house tor rent Set Start a growing and permanent
. . ." dean of the I L. O. Hall at Berger residence,
,70.,, general extension to become a serious bottleneck business in whole or spare time.
. | .Sam McKlnstry was presented division of the university In the plan. This! deficiency I 10th and Krome: jy3tfron Address MOORE-COTTRELL

t ': with a nine-pound boy. . ." Other members of the library has now been overcome by ,the Inc. Wayland Road, North Co-

8 I j n-Tom Harris and wife have board concurring are D. H. Red- state library board lending occu-| SALE hocton New York

t .I moved Into their new home whichI fearn chairman, M'aml. and Dr. pational reference books from its I

I, was recently completed. Kathryn Abbey Hanna Winter collection to be added to those of,NICE clean lime trees SOc each MARRIED man to work In milk

a jg,Carl Tweedell left Saturday Park. the general extension divlnlen: In lots of SO or more Mrs. C.I barn. Comfortable house furnished

tat the state university. ." Hundreds of Florida adults can From this pool books will be sent W Camp, Bauer drive. Phone Apply Alpaine Grove

Btt-'Mr. Ewing Charles and find their place in the war-time out and many more Floridians can I S82-M-2 (slltf) I Dairy Krome 8(11,118)

Xatherine returned Monday froma be served, duplication beavoided ,
lIla MAN wanted for warehouse Ap-
trip through Kansas and other Class { and a considerable :35000 excellent seedbred plants,
Large Completes I Mr. Frlck Armour Fertilizer
1 states" ing will be effected. I also full line of budded trees. ply

IiP-"W, D. Home are moving Into Advanced First Aid I At present some of the correspondence Roberts Nurseries Dan M. Rob-, Works (pall

their new warehouse 'today." I( study courses which erts prop., E. Epmore dr.

Q $f.-". . The council on Monday Advanced first aid certificates will help fit persons for partlcu-I (Hl-oJ) ( LOST

t night accepted the bid of the Sidney were given this week to members 1* jobs Include technical courses I LOST, strayed or stolen-Whit*

Spitzer Co, of Toledo for the of a class taught In Princeton by In engineering such as aeronautics CHRISTMAS vines, rooted; young half Persian cat. Reward for

s 1100,000 bond Issue voted some Mrs Ina Phay Roberts certified drawing, machine design, applied I mango trees and pa aya.. Mrs. return to Adrian Jacobs, Hector

t tine ao." Red Cross Instructor, mechanics mechanism electricity,I N..G. Ball, 13 N. E. 8th StV Supply Co., Homesteitd (paU'
b k-." Miss Mignonne Aldrich entertained Those who completed the coupe and surveying Courses In science U7U)

e at cards Tuesday evening were: Mrs A. F Arthur, Mrs T. Include meteorology, physics, and WANTED
r : Katherine Sheffield Mary T. Bowen Mrs Burley Dendv, Industrial chemistry whll.11 SPENCER Corsetierre-Appointments -

0 Hole, Mr. and Mrs Alfred French. Mrs F. B. Greene, Mrs T E. business education insurance, business In Homestead. Helen G. I WANTED groves with homes

Willard Severy, Harold Sheffield Kirby Miss Helen Livingston and law, labor economics social Hackler, 2552 N. W. 7th St., I what have you* Wanted to

g and Frank Lewis . ," I Mrs Robert Gentner, all of the security, shorthand, and typingare Miami.. Phone 48-2309 : trade nice horn* for a grove

I' '-'School started (In Florida Homestead casualty station and offered. In the field of general (PJ31-S25) Will trade gas station and home

City) . with Miss Jacqueline Mr. A. I* Campbell, Mrs Maud education all mathematicalcourses Income $100 per month for
e Edwards and Mrs. Rives as E. Chandler Mrs Alice Edwards, and foreign languages can :S-ACRE lime grove 2 miles from 1 grove and home. J. K Demo,

- \ teachers. . ." Mrs J. F. Gannon, Mrs Georgia now be secured Emphasis Is being bank bid,. Can be bought reasonable 228 Halcyon Arc Phone 2-2483

Sept Gopp Mrs. F M Henderson Mrs. placed on civil service( courses.l Mrs. M. A. Berger N" ; (s21-o23)
28 1922
Lucille Milliard Mrs Emmy Lou school work Krome ave and 10th st, Homestead
In addition, high
=,d W, G. Whitehead aged ,
i Julian, Mrs John Murray Mrs which will enable those who have ;
VI, died Tuesday morning at the school and grade school subjects.
G. C. Rivers, Miss Mary Frances not graudated to get Instruction
It dome tOf one of hit sons, T. G. I NOTirx or APP U"ATIOS '. Mrs. H. J. Armstrong. A. B.
Bush Miss Virginia Bush Miss I
for petitions can TAX SIRED
required many FOR
WhItehead ,at Naranja ,
Lucille John E. 1'11.- | Plummer drive and Country
e Drlggers, Murray, be taken by any intelligent adutt.wlth
-"Davld Kufeldt of Redlande NiKlr k Krntnr elvrk that Cullfml
I. I > while M Pond and M, E. M>'ers. grammar school education D...,.unit rmradi H. its .tff. his i I Club road
e severely injured Friday Mrs Roberts who was trained the biennial I wife h ale tq esagrva of n-> is tut
rWi 1U hI' motorcycle four miles During past Tax C rUrii-< Vinnb>r l 1.7I ?Intel ih II.I .. the ill. J.. ..f Ji.ru. A. l I' 1KM. -..
I by v national Instructor Is now 13,387 Floridians from every cou'nty 1,Mil tM "t Jubf A. D llllt hw (II.,' -14 (..11... In ow nffh.matt
..111m of Goulds. Ha collided withOruck conducting an advanced first aid In the state took extension Mid Ctrtlflnlv In m> .,'fl., and hiraxtr J. hit dress WPllwtl/ for tam rt f-d to x"*,.
dr \'en by Lloyd Sand. t . tu ton a thread with ,I amM
I dust In Perrlne Monday. Tuesday courses to enable them to upgradethenvelve iHtfrnn iti 1.to'4lA :>v, SRI|: Ift .mi.q. the :,"" .Ir
. ,.L"Mr. and Mrs. Oeo Althouce and Thursday nfghtf at 8 p. In tl'cir arrant jobs l.i I Ifl'to =:uii"\"n: f. Ih:wl I', At. r 1Iri1. ,Ittatad 10, Iwd.j ?unt>.
h 0 I Du to t'.aetFlorbls. '.
,moved ejrh in the week to their r prom r ,101. Iwwit I .
m The course consists of flvo or prepare for new plsitluns. ta.tp.IIoln .. Pit f Iq'c.ysrate . '
.tlom west of town, two-hour lei,onisltors arc at the BW asr. 'tat s fur j l tlr I II:"'k Pees t'' ,,, dvI
p ..'n1l1 B Turnago has pur- !Pon. Th. g.: S.t1 n. V6.n.. N. 1 MUml' l."nJjr rf 0.," ,r
welcome at ill class. :A It W. G4 rt. 1: a. tlurfdain
thlr, Ideal Gfliiige property 1 4-- ""l'dlY, barn, 'at n..k 'I. Post, AA, ", In" ..i, r
in MOXUT street . ." --- Chiropraclt' ': 'he : .'v' f..15,54, c'a.ir' ,1 bath.0"a ", I :

I +-"s..s "I in Madttoa ria,1 Postal Service Urges 7K r'' t.Ft.r t .114 r'rll.rly uahII' ', I.NMMlwIr.'." .... .,1 .mlrvee'.
:1 ticah h .' I M.t: ed 1pW tr tar riots ,, ,, . .
Will oi. I II..ie.'i j. n club in the r rl. ii "' "I. > I
fseof Tree VMilYi : 7j2 : Mahe" .. ..,. ." ' ',', '
I ,lit 1.11 : n 11t'otw eve'I. I' ho. fail J...if1 6A .1 '
=::0. mod alard .1, to. ""xi 4.., w" i 1.11. : J' ,.' '.
!cD 11 Fi< I Tumps g"I WA i .1' th "same u. tfl 'M.,." 01".,, I' .
I C loan. haa.dill It;o 'A :'
,, ..- .ot I 1"A"t : ) J( t PDWtd'a. ;
1 teldacd MncDy: ; :
rnnnimc mni / ylrn.
( r a'J i .. A trrdtta.' :
11..Li > 10 .1' " '
.-.VwOiul MtaiVf0nUC .. V ,
""-.J""h CIo P elf .today I pt (! t. 'J r '11 ( UCunta ,
p.IIb .
In wbn ,> '. .r
to .flU! :fn II1 Ikl'i/l.b I. ill t5rlMil evene Curl u.f 'I', ? :
; 'nny outs on every rural mail ) ,
route frt tHe( nutlbn HIGH 1'1011 I. t .. ? i,. : .: -TROPIC;
/11/ rtinrrv r"z" ajrlclr.iIiffl h-f ------ -

I. .rise 1.'rnnQ81' Lewis Mrs r Since for V-rai l-.thc ot fast mini nay Je! TIME Sorter U'N r"1'1tIOl'" MONKEY JUNGLE
Service rtifpatch
)idtri( ..Cicfetp ltd Mr. Sarah Cbifthdy .- NAN t LAW
I .
end t.AmcrkjjUn forces o\e|"
1 "'l1' cimsjer gtwtiTVjfr I I Notlae b hereby I\.m '.iUkdcrstgnceT : Ot1LY
i. a" : > ot CM..-** cat-Was .ottltuM two mnotHl EACH HOUR OOlVTft; Seiirlii; jin '. MONKEY

O'r'. . .,' .' ago; the post office departmenthas biuiotn under t1! ; :..1 1HWtoe ,?
. been dl'tr.bating the letterforms I Life I II too short to b* spent JUNGLE
w"T'i p )'ro' rf Film Life of nick'sRetaealesd :1.\11-11. :
and they are now available constantly ''ailing Let CMropiccttc IN THE U.S.
SellOw)) I'll i PI GUild fait for nr- FIa.; Iptrprln \'> K.L
at Each o' the '45000 post officer i srow you the way back to
p sing II gymnasium for the l, ter the raid name v:,:i the do I It
In the country, as well 'as from Health As it has ioi 30 many I rid. M. INOr -.
iICIfII,1. tending wen: \Ir and of the Circuit Court ',ID bin l' 'lIlI
rural cancers without charge i others. Grasp each: day, each hour.
: Gt,). T Oaks. Mrs C. HMM j I ty Florida
t MacDiIl Field was advised for enjoyable-Living. Before another V.I., IMI .
W al tzer.. Lena Woodbury i R. O HUFFSept. nail ,. ame
I i A
The army i postal serves urges hour Is waded make an +
ptt1 Gco Kosel, Mrs. Dan Rob- ( 18. 25. Oct 1, I)
I I that all persons writing to msrahfi.i appointment, here, tOI'-Health.
II'tfI r. John Bauer and Mrs t
r Peterson of the aimed forces outside NOT F nr APPr Ir.TlO'd
I the United Suites use V-mail at IDr. Elliott FOR VAR nrcn
[ I II R. J. '11. .. ..
It is not only the mn t expeditious ,
now N lift- I. dot-hr 01 v That 1 n I. '
Presbyterians 'to Join .rvca! possible, but saves' CHIROPRACTOR I H.rrlnti' h.II.T uMlnnl '''.Cantf t ,IN i 'I &j
Tit Ctifh.t.. N. I Lard ,'t:'
f In Advance Movement I vitally needed cargo space since ,
t this type of mail I II much JIhierthan HOURS ; ,

regular mail 0:t to U; S to I AIR 'o\ ,r..>venr Leonard \\ Itaskin'AP.Mollsifts

Members of the Homestead Evenings ROLLER ..TlI' COMFORT it h. I........
Presbyterian Church will take by Appointment .*lns. TlMtolllN P. M. 111".I sod I..,..r"v Of l

part Sunday morning In a special I ; MrCrorj Arcade A.._. .. plus IU ( l.SSISIU ;

service which marks the beg'n- ADS' rhone 2611VHOMESTEAD. .1 a. L Fired air .,..1, Fir
Ming of the United Religious Education FLORIDA Skating I' ,....... .. ...... '

1711 a. w, ITIk A... Miami *"."""*" ""
Advance a movement in J A
which 40 denom'nation* In the -

United States and Canada will I -L/ -
r- ( : !
participate. )
1' A. A. Payne Is arranging :11 GROVE

the prograrp which has Its top'c.1 I I'Reaching LUMERSlUJiERAL } Mete Here Never 110 Low-Phnty of Good Values
Every Person with I : i

Christian Three Teaching talks are scheduled:I . H. A. CAMERON

ti the Advance?" by Mrs. | l tloME '.;t .
James Kejbttfacing Squarely I 1 HEAL ESTATE

&the'lwyer Alt.matby. and '"Talil' Cheep tVwit-W.Lei T...> 'I 14lour Ambulance Ser Vf t iioMCTr\D.: FLORIDA

Crt o I In," by Mrs Paul HalevI *" I Il'.t Orpvtltt Odd allow. Bnlldlng
s J 1t,1t. will give the : ,
d. '"'' r.r'Mr. Holferty the i Pl-nne) 270 Homestead, I 'I teL Me.I 1\llIul iriI

r">tnii :.ner. The pastor the ' .

R "H Rick, will prerid. } .

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Pave Efriit, HOMESTEAD LEADER AND_ENTERPRISE Friday, September 25,1942

to use the seal of the Mahogany!{Youth Sunday Plans I car of meat arrives in Miami. a
SALE MARKS 9T1IYEAROFWOLLAM j Association of America on its Announced man goes through it
I products of that material privilege i i by puts the government it__rap on
( from Page One) granted to no other school edits) that are wanUd il' t*
\ dead Exhibits of Mr. Rice's pupils at! A sped youth Sunday need*--which .' ji i. jy
,I growing on trees,
Ichids nounced tar Sept. 87 by Dr. !
festival the
the annual fruit invariably best pieces.
KENDRICK:( { STORE I I He stumps spent, rock many, and years other In experimenting place captured the eye of visitors: Episcopal Burjreen Church.rector of St. Two vocal solos were -Log*y

with and developing theM who could hardly believe that the Wittkop
I fine bedsteads, tabledeska, bookcases The young people will
types which could be grown com-
Wolhm & Kendrlck' Better'I mercially out-of-door and what not were turned I tin a special service at 11 /
oft their ''and In the evening
by boy in early teens a
ood Grtxery Is celebrating Hi' He mated certain type of service will be held for I Appetizing
or-// At Redstone ordnance plant, Mr'l
,nth anniversary this week with!chid to produce new designs Rice hype In the army officer I the municipal park at 7 o' I I'I
pet101 value this week-end I!:.-i new color and tint tad on several barrack across the street from At the conclusion of this I I SANDWICHES

ibllahed In 183, the 'produce new fragrances.The of Dr and Mrs Frank Hau man camp fire. I
operated by two brothers I SHORT ORDERS
I Orchid Junnle wa a com- !
of Homestead, is staying In Tuscaloost -
nd a sister, James and Orlando martial show plate as well as a their old home, where the one and two-horse drawaa I Ii j jI atDICK'S
;i.llam and Mn. Nellie Kendrick 1 commercial orchid growing farm, two Rice boys, Frank Hagler. and i{ machinery and equipment 1
,>rag iioUcies that have spelledicctii Thousands of visitor from all Surry, are attending school Mrs I, cluded In Group A. I Ij
mid growth for the busii part of the country visited it during Rice and the boys will return to j There are no restrictions I BARBECUE
JiSJarnpn, I the winter season, and Mr. =
Homestead about mid-term to escape or transfer of used farm .
Wollam, the bachelor Fennell had a large clientele, cantered the cold weather. ery, equipment or repair { V. a. I at Sth Street
i ,ember' of the family, li now a I mostly In the central and I Eligibility requirements Homestead Florida
t rgeont in the quartermaster I south Florida area, but extending' Group A purchases Include I II
Jrpl of the army and If giving' to all sections of the United States, II | COUNTYjSETSUPContinued I quacy of present equipment I
ncle Sam the benefit of hl I thank to shipments possible by Inability to meet farm I Igoals

urekeeping ability and ex perl.I air express. | ( from Page One) by repairing: or by
Ice at Camp Livingston La.I I Orchid Jungle Is In the hands ,
hold a meeting short notice In ing or renting used :
on !
Tlando and Mr lot while Mrs. Fennell
Kendrick are a caretaker by custom
ether: the north or south end of or exchange
irrylng on will signal success In who accompanied the body to 'HOTELPATRICIA
the purchaser: must turn In
le, absence of the senior member Cynthlana, 1* away. She will county I equipment and to 'I
I the firm, but are hoping he' return but she hope to dispose i iI The county agent's office In let others use the agree I
'Ill soon be 1 nme on that fur- of the soon. j the court house at Miami and ad I and |
on specified terms
High he hal been talking about | vfrt'e the widow, Joining the city hall at Homestead 1 The purchaser must I
Mrs. Mary Fennell, are: a daullh. will serve aj offices of the farm I
If I
satisfactory reason
ter, Mrs Clinton Disher, the! machinery rationing committee. from horses mule 312 S..E. 2nd Ave.
i or
TECHHIGH former Miss Whltlock Fennell,I Application should be filed with I power !
tor or from hand
power when'a
now of Cincinnati; two eons In Mr. Stcffani at either office. Application machinery. MIAMI
service, Thomas A. Fennell in blanks may be obtained
(Continued from Page One) : Applicants fc'ho are
from his offices or from farm machinery
Port au Prince Haiti, and JosephL. )
tiflcatlon for
Igh are welding (aircraft, acetyne machinery :
dealers. Overlooking bay and river.
Fennell In Mayaguez, Puerto
to the
and ornamental Iron), elec- may appeal state
Rico two sisters, the Misses Farm In classification
en.nl' ; machinery one board and then to the
ilcal work, radio, Diesel Two blocks from dagler
peratiog and servicing, fuselage' Mayme > and Nancy Fennell of (Group A), which is board assistant tar the
:instruction and repairing, avla-: Cynthianla; three brothers, R. Em- scarce and especially required to' sgrl culture. Street.
mitt and Fennell of Lexington meet current needs,
Charles agricultural
A list of
'on ground work auto mechanics" applicants Quiet cool eemferUble.
P heet metal work, stenography: ,, Ky., and John Fennell of may be sold only upon approvalby certificates and the
ook-keeping, and other business, Cynthlania; and six grandchildren.RICE the county farm machinery rationing which they purchase will be Refined atmosphere.

courses, and commercial art. I committee. Machinery ina available for Inspection In
1 second category (Group B), Including offices and will be made
: and '
English, history mathemat: Items
somewhat less for '
publication in local SPECIAL RATES
'c* are taught at Tech High, as scarce, may be sold upon certification Equlpmtnt In Group A
/ell *s in the other high schools (Continued from Page One) by the farmer to the dealer be purchased later TO'SOUTH -
rt the county, with this difference:, than DApERS
gree In chemistry. He Joined that it Is required to meet current 1942.Grocer's. '
.he English taught is centered I the facuty of Homestead High agricultural needs. A third classification ' "
bout that field of work which the School In 1(24 as manual training (Group C), includes the Wir 1.50 Single

upU has chosen to study. Poetry, Instructor and served also is athletic smaller items that mar be sold, .
terature and other frills which I $2.50 Double
coach the first year or two. without restrictions. { Subject of Rote's
i war time might be considered He lOOn built up the manual train- Group A includes combines, dice
L, settled. ana time wasting by the I ling department and when fund harrows, feed grinders, fertilizer Rotarian P. .Franklin
,...cIr.ft age boy anxious to fit I were not forthcoming from the spreaders, grain drills, hay balers vocational talk on the
,melf for a "falin,", are out county for machinery and tool lime spreaders, manure spreaders, the war on the grocery
igluh composition and grammar I needed. he bought the equipment milk coolers, milking machines,' at the meeting of the
istructlon which will enable the himself so that his pupils would pickup balers, potato diggers,I I Rotary Club Wednesday Stay everelfbt! te finish

t spit to express himself clearly I not be handicapped In their work. shredders, and tractors (Including Legion Hal) transacting year baslntsa-.save
pursuing his work and making When he resigned, the school garden tractors). I I I The shortage in
ports, Is emphasized. board reimbursed him for muchof Group B machinery, which can'evident with the f soother trip (which means gas,
Mathematics for mental disci-;I the machinery with which the be purchased: upon certification to''women meat cutters in
Ine is unknown at Miami Tech- department is now equipped. a dealer that it i* needed for cur(said. The difficulties of tire, time and nerves).

cal H depends math.a student Pioneering native wood, Mr. rent production, includes most I]I portation is evidenced in
kes on generalour I Rice had his pupils turn out beau- other farm equipment and ma shortage of such things as
t ** he Is majoring If fie Is' tiful furniture made of Swtetem chinery. teas, spices, coffee and
king radio, he get the mathe- mahoganl. Because of the drafts Group C, which is exempt from drinks.
I atlcs he will require to be a manship displayed, the manual any form of rationing control Includes I The army and navy needs

dio technician, and so on downe training department of Homestead hoes, rakes, forks, scythes, first, of course, Mr. In:the WA N_ !!
list of courses. History taughtof High School was granted the right hovels and all-hand operated and pointed out He said that
1 the type to make the pupil I I. --- .
, ell-enough Informed to. be a
! od citizen, and no more.

t The programs of study: are forulated -
by an advisory commltt -
e composed of representatives
am the various trad*. Out- REDLAND BRANDFERTILllERS

andlrig experts in various field .
vab' school the benefit of I

Felt advice and instruction.A I
high school diploma is award-
I for the completion of 16 unit I
Miami Tech. Credit earned .

: other high schools are accepted
id 'placed to the credit of the

I udent transferring. Miami Tech- Consult about fertilizer requirements
cat High School I I. accredited us your -

r the state board of education,
id recognized by higher instituwa for the
of learning Mr. Wilson said year.

Instructors at Miami Tech High i'I '
ust have worked at the trade
er teach roust attend a trade Due to government regulation and short- .

hoot two summers and must

miner.ark at ,their trade every third :'. ages of several materials we will not be able to t

The school hours are from I a. .. '

to. p. m. Arrangement tint : make ALL of our regular mixtures. But we will '

made for part-time schooling ,
d any prospective pupil may y :. . .
e (he free bus service to Miami ; ,.do our best to supply as near as possible what' :
.' ch to Investigate prior to en-
lUlac, Mr. WUoa said. / '
will need.
Among Itedland District pupil you
nr attending Miami Technical I .
'&% are Albert Byrum ton of
r, end Mrs. J. R. Byrum Wilbur
f ivn, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
i Caves, and Walter Branam, son
Mrs. M. r. White.-
tad; Kenneth Greer. son of Mr.
Ml Mrs. L. H. Oreer. Earl W*-
t t>& son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.I Telephone 16 FRANK B. RUE Mantrer. Homestead-Fla.

yaong, and Eugene Ingram, son
Mr. and Mrs. W B. lngram-U! -

Midland.r .

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