Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00590
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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: April 16, 1943
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: VID00590
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
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Vol 3Z-N. 1& lIomestud. Florida. Friday. April 16. 19t.1 Price 3 Cent"

( :'Farmers Advised to Begin Building

.. \; Quarters for Bahama Field Hands

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TWO DAY-DRIVE Speakers Discuss Growers' Problems METHOD PRECEDENT

I At 14th Annual Meeting of C. of C. -

-- Margaret Merger Signed Construction this summer of
LEDBYNURPHYBRINGS An evaluation of condition polned out.Enou&h adequate housing facilities for
confronting Dade County farmers fertilizer "to get by' As Girl League Pitcher crop hands Is I being urged on
waR made Monday night by will be available Line predicted, growers by County Agent Chns.
EWJJn, manager of the American and farm machinery allocationwill Miss Margaret Berger will report H. Steffani. ...
$3,575 Fruit Grower in Kendall have eliminated most of the May IT if pitcher in a girl' He advises that provisions for
at the 14th annual meeting of the "bugs" and will be satisfactory diamondball league In Chicago securing the necessity building
Redland District Chamber of by next ;year. which it sponsored by Philip materials can be pushed thruuuhaa
.; Commerce. County Agent Ch... He paid tribute to the efficient Wrigley of the Cuba. Players on an emergency measure by the
In the first two,days of a bond H. Steffani and Chairman E. A. and sympathetic handling of farm the five warn arc being selectednow Dade County Agricultural |Wr
Lo. .' Belling campaign, students of the Carter of the local War Price and problems by the local rationing In New Orleans, Chicago, St. Board of which he Is secretaryand
.1" Homestead school bought or old Rationing Board also addressed board and held forth the hope Louis and Toronto and should Luther L. Chandler I Is chair.
13,575 worth of war bonds and the group and participated In around that rationing will be less pt a the season prove successful plant
'j"t' stamps, enough to buy three table discussion: of agricultural (Continued on Page Seven will be made for a girls' world man.Mr.. Steffani point out that the
\ ,' Jeep for the army'-and, they problem aerie government requires that Bahama
had started the drive hoping toY The scheduledelection of of/1- The teams will provide recreation negroes imported for work infields
.= turn In enough money, to enable cert was postponed to a later.data DADE ASKS STATE for defense worker within and grove be housed and
,. the treasury to purchase: one of which will be. announced through a IJO-mlle radlui_ ( Chicago, and provided with, adequate sanitaUen t
theWunlyiJittle. stout car'Tht he press.... -T mnS M iDN' \ASSURINGSALTFREEWATER at4as>'se l ..*** a eefc-wlfl be .'ficilitie.l| and neeessdry Tv\ .-'
Rev. Marvin T. Murphy pastor Mr. Lin* presented a realistic, played there it Wrigley: Field. The Ins equipment such ae stove,
of the Homestead Presbyterian outline of the farmers' situation player will wear sours blouses, cola, chair and table .
Church. and a member. of the taco In regard to labor fertilizer machinery abort (velvet skirt, tight and Farm Security Administration
ulty who directed the drive rationing transportation- baseball shoes. Broadcasts and contract for Bahama labor are
_, report that the approximate cost package and price cellln,*. movie will be made of the game available at thai, office of the
of a Jeep I* $1,165. The labor situation 1* definitely The Increasing of seawater Salarlet ,of $7J weekly will be county; agent a* well a* at the
CaPt. R. M. Crawford writerof better due to the importationof into the well seepage of Dade received by all player other than office of the United State Kmploymenl : .
the Army Air Corps song, Bahamans, which In additionto County, caused by excessive' pitcher, who will average $150 Service In the Bird
who I I. stationed at the Homestead providing a new labor pool will drainage and deficient rainfall' Chevrolet bulldln,,t he said.
army air base, talked to the have a salutary effect on the attitude Setting all-time
an ,
has resulted In the precedent
students at a special assemblyin of domestic field hands, he mission's authorizing former Congressman SALEHALTED.FFAAND the first contingent of more than
the school auditorium. this two hundred Bahama farm laborers

J. Mark Wilcox and
morning, and a Jeep from the 1 has been flown Into Dor-..
base was on exhibition, so that STATE CHAMPSTO County seek' legislative; Engineer action Earl to Rader correct to CLUBS KEEPCOUNTY'S Ida from the British West Indie
the boy and girl couuld see
Several hundred have boon
the situation Mr. Wilcox and Mr.' more
lust could exactly be bought what with kind the of product money BE HONORED Rader lahassee.will leave Sfinday for Tal HOUSEThe and imported approximately Into the are eight by hundred boat,

from the bonds and stamps they I
(Continued on Page Two
Although Redland District
. bought and Induced other to buy clubhousecountyowned
y AT STAG DINNER Future Farmer
'. The Redland schools: also are : farm lands may be affected by
the underground Inflow of seawater ; property on N.
t selling said bonds yesterday.Principal Carl Purchase Wagner this seepage doe Dot */. Krome ave- will not be sold despite U.s. PATHOLOGIST
feet the drinking supply of thin an offer of $3,620 receivedfor
pledge are being bandied "b, the A tag dinner in honor of the
It by the county but will be
area as it does in the Miami area
Individual rooms, which report Growers Homestead High' basketball SOUGHT IN FIGHT
Commission Chairman PrestonB. reserved for the use of the Home.
good co-operation, I that has won the
squad FF.A
Bird said last night that he stead chspter the Homestead -
Class B .tate championship for Home Demonstration Club
had studied this problem since
Blackout Success, Says two year in succession, with local 1934 when a similar condition existed and other community activities'ON CROP FUNGUS
Co-ordinator F. B. Rue business men who have supported -I and through his instigation Commission Chairman Preston B.
joi the team, will be given a congressional appropriation for Bird said yesterday.The .
Satisfaction with the observance Tuesday evening in the school a federal survey of the water clubhouse last week was Effort are being made by Cum..
of the bbckout.here Friday cafeteria, Principal B. M. Hind. supply was obtained.A listed for sale by the commission, mission Chairman Preston B.
., night was expressed by Frank B. man laid yesterday. report of the four-year: survey but Mr. Bird requested that the Bird to have a USDA paUialnglktstationed
,., v, Rue co-ordinator of defense for Mayor Tom Harris, Chas. G. I will be filed won.. Bird urged building be kept a* a community here to study the control
\. South Dade, who warmly praisedthe Turner chairman of the county that unused commission funds for center. A committee composed of of aclerotinla: sclerotlorum: a fungus .
co-operation of casualty: station school board W.R. Bird, Wm. J. ,I.oil and water conservation beheld himself Geo. N. Wakefield. F.F. causing watery soft rot of
'. workers, air raid wardens Geronimo and Frank Skill, local over for use next :year with A. adviser and. Miss Eunice, local vegetable crops. The Homestead
Bremen and police. school: trustee, and male members the federal survey fund. Grady, county home demonstration member of the commission
"There were but seven violations -' of the faculty will be guests I agent, will be responsible for said yesterday that he had the
reported In the whole area,", also. "The emphasis will be on President-Elect Gives the use and upkeep of the property support of U. S. Senator Claude
Mr. Rue said, "and only two of the food and not on the 'fixln''*, Mr. Bird aaid. Pepper and of Congressman Pat
d: A these were flagrant. Most of the and plan are being made for a Rotary Assembly Report The 13,620 bid for the proper. Cannon, and the plan la to have
I 'violator were persons who for good chicken dinner," Mr. Hind- : ''t1 was made by L. I* Hood a government man stationed for
got to extinguish their light before -I man said.Mayor E. B. Blackburn, who was elected ,local oil distributor, and an offer several month of the year at the
leaving home." Harris will present each president of the Homestead of 12,910 cash was submitted byAftdy Subtropical Experiment Station to
Failure of the radio te give the member of the championship team Rotary Club last week, gave a Terburg.A study the disease. -
"all: clear" signal resulted in I with a special eight-inch letter H report Wednesday on the annual sole bid of 110,000 for the I The fungus is an especially serous
. }. some confusion a* to when the on which Is interwoven the text district assembly of Florida Rotary Hill building in Miami offered problem here, says Dr. Ceo.
1 blackout was over, he aid. "Stat* B Champion. JH -43" I presidents 'and Secretaries for sale. at the same time by the 0. Ruehie, pathologist and acting 4
.. whichwas! held last weekendIn county, was rejected a* Insufficient director of the experiment ,ta..
Jacksonville. by the commission. (Continued on Page four)
: More Airplane Spotters Are Sought Other new officers and direcon .
I I of the local club are: Roy S. :
For Homestead Observation Post Chandler, retiring president, wbo.utoDUltic.U'I' $168,000 Bonds Sold in This District II
; .
,. ,. .. -- dent; Wm. J. Ceronimo became vice-presi re-elect. During First Three Days of Campaign IIla

'yl'! New airplane spotter are being are doing a. fine Job the roadto ed secretary-treasurer and Frank .
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,/0 ought by Chief Observer ,W. victory win be long and bard B. Rue John R. Mathers Ceo
I .K A. J. Kopp to kelp man the Home- and bitter,".Mr. Kopp said "and M. Frtck and Clarence J. Par- the first three day W the i which began on Monday, is rcg-
; ';, steed Observation Post Interested this I* one way In which we can man director second war bond drive 1181,000' lstrd on the big "thermometer" '
persons may telephone '*Jr. Koppat serve and hasten that victory Among guest at the luncheon worth of bond were purchased : la front of the First National
131-W or Ur*. W. J. Kromeat The ground alert method practiced meetlnc Wednesday were Lt. Edwin I Bank of which Mr. Loaner I*
No. 41. Application blank maybe by observer require only M? Boone, public relations in the Homestead area, Max Loaner president
x obtained .t the ,Red Cross one-fourth a* many planes a* their officer at the Homestead army campaign chairman. TJ < f the second
mending room on 8. Flaaler ave. alert method thus releasing air bare, and Chat T Fucht Jr. yesterday. ,war bond drive p 'tt.;i billion)
"(Although but armed force!I, (Continued on Page Two) a former member .if me .lub. pally. prsa t ifte : ,/(-, dollars

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: HOUSING FOR '100ARMY I I Canning Plants Await tald. According to reliable tourc.es PEEK1VE-PETERS TO OBSERVE PALM CHVRCH SUNDAYA Basket Lunch Announced.

I : I Ceiling AdjustmentsBoth the comparative slowness with I For Silver Palm Church
/ which Bahaman are registering service
FAMILIESOFFERED hat suggested the likelihood that group men from i
the Homestead Canning FSA official will have to enlist Richmond Naval Air Station will A basket lunch on the lawn
Co. and "the Markham canneryat Jamaican or Puerto Rican laborto assist at the Youth fellowship : will follow the Palm Sunday aer-

! AT CAMP: Princeton have ceased operations complete the filling of South meeting in the Perjine-Peter; I mon which the Rev M. E. layer
4 until OPA adjusts tomato Florida contract Chief hindrances Methodist Church Sunday at 7:15: : will preach at the Silver Palm
I and bean price ceilings to conditions to this plan are the shortage p. m. Methodist Church: at 11 o'clock
hundred In South Florida. and the language difficulties Inspirational. tone service Sunday. Everyone Is Invited. Silverware
Approximately one of ship
' ( more military families can be "Wt cloned Jut Friday" Man. a* few of the Puerto Rican and.a Palm Sunday sermon by for tile luncheon win be
, housed at the Redland Farm La-I ager O. T Jones of the Homestead farm worker can peak Eng the pastor, the Rev.' M.. E. Myer: furnished by the church dish
family will bring it* own
tier Supply Center, according to plant said yesterday, "and will lish. will follow
remain closed until revision
E. A. Roberta, manager, who says tome
It made. We cannot affordto l
. 1 Just
that about fifty duplex cottage i
: are yet available.! operate" under the present cellIng -

:More than sixty-five army families I *.
\ At a meeting In Miami of cannery .. )
r have moved into the camp : ..xI l. .
with Pat
operators Rep. Can.:
since It* accommodation were
non and Mark 'Max, OPA price
(, offered to service men following and officer, demands were made that .. .. .,. .
evacuation of farm laborer .
the Florida bean ceiling be hiked ,
their famine due to the untimely .' '.. .. :';" r
from (80 to the Washington andOrl'lon ,
wind-up of the cropping season
ceiling of $110 a ton, and
II' a result of the freezes. Only
that the tomato ceiling be raised
ten of the houses are now occupied
by agricultural workl'ra.Rjffobono from $22 to $27 a ton as receivedIn
other sections. Corresponding )
Increases In holetale ceilings on
Rites Held
canned products were requested,
In Sacred Heart Church also.
The Seat

Funeral services for Mr Fran- Easter Cantata Slated

circa Riccobono 62 were conducted I For Methodist ChurchA
by the Rev. Michael YouDidritGetWhen

on Thilnday at 9 a. m. in r\IX-1 A cantata by th of
Heart Catholic Church. First Methodist Church of
took place In Miami Memorial
1 Homestead Sunday evening will
Park the of Turner
under direction
culminate the observance of Holy
Funeral Home. week at the church, the Rev. O.SQw.c1l .
Mrs. Riccobono who had made
Palmer, the
pastor, an-
her home In Redland for the past nounces. ,

even yean, died Apr. 10 In the A Palm Sunday sermon will
Dado County Hospital. She leaves be preached by the pastor at tho
her husband. Gaspar. of Red- 'morning worship hour and the
land anal! a daughter, Mr*. JamesDi '
I .mks-
choir will
sing two special num- Y SYY
Benedc: of New York Cltv boi's. At 8 p. m. on Good Fridaya

simple program will be prtscnted ..I 'I
MORE SPOTTERSContinutil in the church.
A unique feature of the Sun
( Frnm Page( One)
I day e\en hIli micei will be a I
combination of organ and piano
vitally needed .uur.ift tor other i musIc played by Mrs. Palmer and I, 0
duties' he pointed out I

On the watch !list of observers increase, let and less on our
I you hart difficulty in obtaininga space
serving at the Homestead post I MoserFARMERSTOLD I coach seat or Pullman reservation on trains remains available for civilian tut.
nre: Mr nnd Mrs Kopp. Mr. and
our train these day, some young man .
Mrs. Hugh P. Bemis, H. P. Pals So if you have to postpone your departure j
I ; in uniform may be riding in the apace if train U delayed by war
Continued your
ley. Frank L. Skill, Geo. M. frick. ( from Page One)
you didn't get.He traffic and a bit crowded such inconveniences -
Geo. N. Wakefield. J. J. Robinson.' worker are registered. and about .
Max Lamer, Stanley Kulp, Carl, two hundred daily are being added may be on an urgent military you'll agree are far preferableto
Anderson Adrian Jacob. R. H.' to the list of those waiting minion . enroute to a training campor travel at the point of an Aide gun off .,'
Fitzpatrick.. D. Rtdd.. Ox\M. Nassau for transportation) tbt port ol embarkation. lOOn to leave to a concentration camp or industrial
Hindman, A. E. Smith Bert Col. South Florida fields. . for tome grim battlefront far from the lavery.

burn, W. E. Watklnt Paul Los-; "So far a* I know" this I I. the comforts el home end native land. Meanwhile oak yourself whether or

I oer, Chas. TIdwell, Robert Dunn,' first time that farm labor has Thousand el tuck men are traveling not your trip is definitely essential. D it ,.
Henry Breaker, Jr- I. B. Jeffrey been .transported Internationally today up and down Hit Florida Cat I* not. avoid occupying travel apace
Fred Redd, E. A. Buchanan, Dr.: by air," said Monger E. A. Coat BaQwaY. A* this military activity needed speed vital military operation
Geo. D. Buehlt, J. R. Brook wal-I Robert of theTiRedtand Farm

ter Weiss. Mr*. Krome, Mr. . Labor Aipply Carter whit has re-
Wolfe, r.fra. Carmen Know lei.: turned front conference on feed-
Mrs.. Clarence Hunt, Mr*. Ethel ing and housing problem with
Ash Mr. Roy Darby, Mr. H. P. T S A. official in Miami. and Pa- _

Deppen, Mr*. E. A. Froscher, Mr. hokee.. ..asBliiil.'
and Mr*. S. J.: Lynch, H. C, Pr.yand Contract for nearly six thou.
Miss Ruth Fox. sand worker have been signed by FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
Those who have liven the most Pahokee bean grower and the

hours to observation work at the majority of the new recruit will ..
post are Mr and Mrs, Kopp and be assigned there, Mr. Robert r.1 TAL TO' l. /sanp AND THE NATION 'I
Max Loaner, Mrs. Krome said. ------ ---- --
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weather report'of the

Subtropical Homeftesd. ,. Florida.Experiment Station REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS
n... '1I..Il1lw.I.1 ... I Rolm'
Apr. I 821 I 80 30.08'
Apr. 2 I 8. 57 '29.97 trace '
.Apw-leer. ..181155 1 211.81, .01 .

Apr. 4 ... I 711 I 50 '29ell!

Apr. 5 . 79 52 '30.1.1 1
Apr. 8 .... I 8. 't" 30.051 0 .
Apr. 7 _. I 83 : 50 '30.101 J

.Apr. 8 ._.r 1 as I 163 '30.03'' ,
Abr. 9 8S I 164 ,,211.821;
Consult about fertilizer requirements
Apr. 10 I 90 58:29: 82: us your -

Apr. 11 III I 82 211,82; -
Apr. 12 4 I 8. 58 29.901Apr. for the coming '
IS '112 as ::29.811' year.

Apr. I. . 11 811 :29171'Dr. : t

Due to government regulation and short-
Leonard W.

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rise .... ...... ages of several materials we will not be able tc '

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do our best to supply as near as possible what '' ,

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you will ne d.I .

reasonable rake ,3i

?JIONE9108or3S9HOMESTEAD. I Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

CAB sntvictF. Telephone 16 .. FRANK R RUE Manager Homestead Fla.V ..

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'rldayo April 16. 1913 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND F."TEnpR1 .- Pate Three

chI Mr*. Alfred Dutu irs.tCfJss West s' ntumed to
day for El Po Tek; to ,I Fort Jtyers Friday after a fait
husband. Cpl Diehl ... I of several weeks with Mr. anj

1'11Ift" In and Around Uoived at Fort Bus*. M. .I ... Mrs A. L, Mill*. qj
the former '(Mis Helen .a

"" has been making her j| Mr*. John Zellar and M#. and
Ito with her mother. Mn : I 1'Mr*. Henry Balm hc returnedto
d: Homestead ingston. I [ Cuttenburg. N. J.

U.bt : Cpl. Chas. McCartney II -. Mr. and Mn. Ernest Neill were
Sunday to Fort. !
; Sunday dinner guests of M. E,
visit here at the home of
Attending the session of thegrand The Rev P. C. Stuart of Darlington Sever of Homestead.
Mr*. T. Ortanedes
chapter of the Order of ( S. C. was a guest this
the Eastern Star in Jacksonville week of his son-in-law and Mn. Phil Kuntx of Harry Dealer cam from Key
this week are Mr. and Mrs. SamJ. daughter, the Rev and Mn R. E. N. J. visited this West to visit hit family this week
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Me,. Hastings. Mr. Stuart wa en routeto in i
home of Mr. and
bem and Misses Either and Helen Cuba where he will attend I
and Mr. and Mn. Fred Mrs. Fritz Schoeder and Mr*.
Livingston.Mrs. the annual pre-Easter convention I James Black of Redland were
of the Church of God. He
C. M. McGlnnI will ) (Continued on Page Six)
M. D. Jacobsen Is preached at the local Church. of
for his home In Cherry* .
God Thursday evening.. I
to return today from a two- He spent the winter here I
week business trip to New York ion and daughter-in-law
Baltimore and Atlanta.: Mn.:Jessie'Cook arrived.Wednesday Mn. R. D. McOlnnls.Mr '
.from Denver to Visit' her re

Luther L. Chandler was expected brother and alter-ln-Uw Mr. and Virgil Lyon has
to return last night from Mn. B.: B. Pullen whom. the bad her home for a week. relatlv.:0 op.
a business trip to Pittsburgh not seen in 24 yean
-- Auxiliary Mary;: M. d

Mrs. Alma Shetzline moved on' Mr. and Mr. Joseph LoWe returned ami who la a ., his LONG 1
Wednesday to Orlando where she Saturday- from Key;West Mn.L.. L. Bow has
will make'her home with a soninlaw where-they had Visited for a weekat her basic training at EXPERIENCETHE

i and daughter Mr sad Mn.Robert .i the'. "home of. Mt. Lowe's, parent training center In I to-
-.Pride.. .'""Mr*. Pride spent *. thorpe, Ca. and ha ,
"atveral days here with her'mother r .rte lected administration
and accompanied her< to* Orlando. 1 Ares. ;; :' oIo: of wa.ui ist schooling -at .

.-.. returned, to her home Tuesday Teachers' College. ",
: after pending the.week-end at "' \'It COMNCKSTOM:
Mr. and 'Mr*. Bruno Schmidt 1 the home of her .brother-in-law Mr- andti.J!; O. upon which our reputation ha*
and- family have moved from.762 and,!ster, Mr, and Mrs: M.; M. family moved on O. been built I II our long expert
N. Krome ave..to 201.N. E.11th Ramsey.en Bauer dr.. Ponce de Leon Fla., uf- once reflected in the skill with
will make their home, which we nerve. Yean of steadfast .
I study and training
j practical
J. F. Plummer left Friday night
Mn. Clara Stead who give our service that flue-
Miss Mabel Rind and MissEileen for Covirigton, .Ky. after a visit
winter here:wilt leave of nets of detail which mean aa
I! Maguire of Chicago arepending with his lon.Inlawand daughter for Washington, D. C, of much In the beauty and dignityof
their vacation as guest Mr. and Mn. J. D. Barnes
will visit relatives of performance.
,of Mrs. Florence Barns at her Miss Lorraine Brown of Coving- to her home In I
home on Newton rd. ton, a niece, of Mrs. Barnes, Is Turner
a guest at the Barnes home.
The Rev. and Mn. R. '
I. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Monroe and' (I Ings and daughter Funeraillorne
I.I son Bobby who formerly made Mrs M. A. Berger and daughter :1 Ifave next week for \ ) t4-hr. Ambulance Service
their home here have moved Miss Margaret Berger have Que, N. M. where they Phone :J7. Homestead
from Newport News Va., to recovered from influenza atlacks I guest ot 'Mr Hastings' I left'j' , ''',,'
Beaumont Tex. Mn. Monroe la a Mill Berger plan to go to Jersey
I sister: of Mn. Preston B Bird. I City next week to visit her grandparents
,, Mr. and Mn. H. L. Ber
Mrs. Marjorie Bromley, R. N., ger. Her grandmother is reportedto
who ha been in charge of the be seriously 111Mr WISH Wt COULD HAVE
clinic at the Redland Farm Labor A NICE FINISH ON OUR
Supply Center, has' been appointed *. A. W. Morse returned \ 1 BA5 M NTCWS ROOM WALLS.
assistant supervisor of F S A Wednesday to Jacksonville aftera
nurses and transferred to West three-week visit with relatives
Palm Beach She Is succeeded by here. Mr. and Mn None for
Miss Pauline Thompson of Fort' merly made their home In Homestead -
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The new WASHABLE PAINT that covers

practically any surface with one coat

Here' where your wishes come true I For this wonder

w eA rt Y ; ful new SWISH can 'be painted right over brick or
cement or building tile and covers it with just one

coati Yet, sir, SWISH covert any kmdof surface-

AL C wall board, platter, old paint even wallpaper.

'i And once you paint with SWISH you have a beautifulflat
Covens svaminhe
finish that it w.ah.bl.-one that you can easily!

I keep spic and span.

fi And listen to thin SWISH U easy to apply and dries

WHAT'S THE STUFF that will win the War 1 sAlr to Ante 'in one hour. Itt pleasant, clean odor vanishes quickly
/10 2 And it'110 economical that a tingle gallon (of pate

These are the materials (hat are accorded preferential I9 3 which make 1}$ gallons ready to apply) coven the

movement. Until the War u won they must hart right average room!
sans w s law
o f u.ay." Come in and let ut show you the smart SWISH colon.

ll'hile this is being done the Seaboard may not in Get a free color card showing many special tint you
can easily mix yourself. Don't wish-SWISH I
every instance be able to maintain the same standard

of service on co/treialtraffic at in flOl'nallimtl.. ausr Aft wArra

.,. Therefore, if your shipment should be late, tee rely on + THIN WITH WATER $289

: your indulgence and continued cooperation. Seaboard No turpentine or special "thinner
maintains Service Agents in many strategic cities to I.e uose Covets Memory. You Just add water to 4 aAUON}
tt Avaua 9004 I a.u.01 SWISH part and make
assist tn your transportation I'roblt"TI', invite IH gallons of pint-ready to apply. rj

t tIt te you to enlist their aid.SEABOARD. ,
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Page.Four. HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, April 16, 19t1' '.4"1
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t HOMESTEAD LEADER PATHOLOGIST .. ... .. ,.. 1 for enlisted training at the with naval the Seabees."recruiting He

I I ENTERPRISE! OUR 1IN SERVICE station In Cincinnati on Dec. 4. -
(Continued from Page One) .I His elder brother Sgt James C. ,
r_... la tall tlon. because It attacks not only Vann Jr., who has been in the
I the important local crops such as army two years, lion duty lathe i
..1.11..... ......".. .t Mu.. ..L ...... tomatoes, beans and potatoes, but Pacific. ;
: 1 1e the Se eft DI4e P,.1101I1. (;'."0'. lisa grows well on rag weed. Several Wm. Walton younger son of, Now It Is private first clan 0 0 ,
,I. years ago the fungus was Mrs W nKtW and Howard 1 for Paul Rue, younger son of Mr. Pfe Edw. Tomerlln, son of Mr '
,. BEN ARCHEIUACJI responsible for an M per rent loss' West, and Mrs S L. and Mrs Frank B. Rue, who Is ,and Mrs. J. T. Tomerlia, is attending t'
.......... ... FA4oey of the celery crop in the Sara-' West were graduated Saturday I stationed at Sioux Falls, S. D. I clerical school at the Unl.vertity ;
y .AUOIItC' iota area, be said. from the A. A 1'. Technical' Pfc. Rue has just been released of Louisiana in Baton
, '. II....... HIM ilCHCa Mr. Bird win leave Sunday for School In Chicago as radio operators from a 11-day stay In the base He underwent his basic
I' t Tallahassee to confer with the' and mechanics. Both were hospital due to mumps. training In the army air force at t'ROUie.
I, \ ( MARY riRKELt. DICKINSON Dade County legislative delegation made corporals 0 Miami Beach
t NM> M4 l In regard to a proposed law Sgt. Ted Oldendort has arrived
I ? which would would authorize the Lt. Robert Crow U S. N.. Is safely In Australia, according to l(
J : SUBSCRIPTION KATZCIII commission I to build a county asylum i expected from San Juan, Puerto word received by his wife, the
...... Cmmlft I no, seer mwI no for Insane and feeble-minded Rico over the weekend to spend former Miss Geraldine Reitz, who HOMESTEAD ::1.
rr. UM persons I I 16-hour leave with his wife Lt. Is employed by Pan American
; 1, 0....... Dd. Gusts i .. "M Mrs. Crow tint
1 _. II.Mi | rr i ISM a i The county has already paid I and weddinganniversary Airways In Miami, and by his FLORAL SHOP
three times as much for the care was on Wednesdayof mother. Mrs O R. Oldendorf of
of Insane persons In the Miami this week. Lt. Crow is the son Homestead. eaafsralsp ,."
K.11..4 a. ... .d ..rek II. Itlt M ... 141.8 Retreat as will be needed to construct W. R. pioneer t;
pan at
1 a..t..d. ..Lrda. ... ... aA of the asylum," Mr. Bird said I Homesead druggist 1 Pvt Malter Branam of the U. Flowers for every tcttslaa
I rasa b 41 79. last night I S. Marines la now on sea duty
The plan Is opposed by Commissioner : Pvt and Mrs Herman L. Byan with a convoy Walter Is the son Bonn: I to C, weak Says: (
; C. H. Crindon of Miami 'left Thursday Fajretville, N. C. of Mrs. M. F.White of Homestead. t (. I:3t a. .... Sudays '.+
Take CourageBy who pointed out at Tuesday's 'where they will make their home. 0 except la case ef fanwrnls. ;a''
meeting of the commlntlon that Pvt. Byars, who Is stationed at, Petty Officer Paul IF. Vann,
: Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick Dade County would be the onlycounty nearby Lort Bragg, has been hereon electrician third class, U S. N.. MRS. L P. McLEAV. fro... :
Take heed how discouraged the la the state empoweredto I ; sick leave. left Tuesday for Camp Peary, Va,
Creator must be construct such a building' I jII ill./
With all of His failure*-for Instance o. "
Through all of the me.ages Just one __HOSPITAL, NEWS- THE 2nd WAR LOAN DRIVE IS ON! :a

perfect wore ",
P. F Ray of Homestead Mrs< t
But itlll He keeps .
trying and trying
Eileen Kilelsen of Homestead.1 _... ....... 'I
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more. --
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llrs Etta Hall Naples .... .
r j Mickey Norton of Miami are -

It makes God more human but' medical: patients at. James Archer
no len divine I Smith Hospital .
J. T. Buchanan of Redland and
To know He' had failures: It Earl Denning of Miami are surgical -
helpa'me bear mine. patients I Ii

HleKl Emblem of Patience: In Your Pvt. and Mrs B. J. McMullenare How to invest
throne In the sky. the parents of a seven-pound
ion Philip James born Apr. 12
Help ui on Thy footstool to try Mary Glick of Homestead had .
: and to try her tonsils removed Tuesdayet'i .

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"Lend more money to help .,V. tog men need . -'.,.

carry oa the fight!" Thar 'get to bay War Beads MMerer we
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; what our Government I* ( ,

.....In'1- and all the rest of us. .' I* the next few week yo may ho

asking ns to lend It 13 billion fighting' tailed by one of the thousands of ,

dollars la the'next few weeks 13 men and women who are giving their

billion extra dollars over and aboveall time and e'mlo the 2nd War r-

Raa. r regular War Bond buying! Drive. Welcome these ptriot1ek ,

ere U they call. . buy from them all
We can do It . we Insist do It t. .
IA. ITaT Bonds can!
aCr we owe It to our boy who are fighting

t oterseat. For their ..fc.. . Better still, don't wait for them. C*

lo your nearest bank, post office, er
If e're got to more snips
I War Bond booth and Incest
broke all records last year when we
facing aloUori logo/ ft's the Dealt
built 8 million tons of shipping. Tills
I yea ran do to help those who wefighting
year, we're building 18 million tons
and dying !
. but Mill U It not enough overseas 1Government

Among the 7 different kinds of U. 1. f
re'r.oI'o" mere fighting Moreand
securities la one that exactly
snore of oar soldiers and tailors
fits your awn particular p rso
are going Into actual combat . requiring
} and regaires seats. These securities
BREAK BOTTLENECKS more equipment, and more
are the finest investment In the world
We cannot let them down!
supplies. "
'. . bar newel For your CenntryVsake

at StO. Stop* re',. got lo bur more War Bonds .. for your own sake. Invest

To kelp pay for the things our fight- all yon cant ." .

LOADeD lake a pack-horse-luflgaae flying,this

oood old offender dashes up hreatMoM .. and . .
LATE. Perhaps he ha.n't ruliied that today's.

war travel conditions do not permit neb delays. THEY GIVE THEIR LIVES. YOU LEND YOUR MONEY\
Fighting men and war worker must be moved '. .

on achadule-tand that means time must not be

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,( IUia..Ke frank abort'If .-.*.. whelming torrent of bombs., ballets. Rims Every cellar yon pat fate War 1es.. will i
trA'MD i far, many of .i s back home have tanks, planet, ships, and eheI... ? fcring yon a dollar plus interest .
& fighting this war from an easy That's why we're asking you, in this one So the more Bonds yon Uy the better]J
!' ehair. Many of .. have bright War Bond month of April alone,to lend Uncle Sam 13... for yon. Americans Get Tough-with )-
( .,out":of'extra cash, out of money we didn't billions of dollars-by buying War Bonds yourselves-for your country. -
I I ,miss too much. We have !t been really 13 billions of extra dollars-over and above it 4
tough with ourselves. any baying that you'dbe doing -11'81' ...
-0-..aaas toe). dt..teat
Bat.this U hard
: war a down4o-reality A lot of money
*. 1 war.- And many of our boys are dying in it. Of course, 13 billion dollars U a lot of Thud asas par Savlngt B. it- Serlae El TW
; Wo'vo got to buy MORESo money. It'll take sweat and lean to raise it. perfect investment for individual and family sav,'
MM. Gives hack $4 for IS when the
you every
'your government ask yon to buy It'll mean going without now. But also--it Bead ---. Designed. especially for the
,Bonds and MOre Bond*-to get really tough :will mean savings now.--to buy later. It'll smaller investor Dated let day of month la whichrayo" |(
with yourself. We're asking you to give up mean giving up everything you can't square is received talereetl 2.9% a year If
the frills and "extras." with your Conscience, so that we, ns, our .....-IIr. DenomlaaUensl $25$50$100,
We know how human it 1* not to snakes children, can have a better, more decent $500, $1000. BeAmiptlMii ny HIM 60 days I
aerifices until the crisis drives ni to It. la place to live In when this war is won. after Inn date Priest 75% of maturity ...-

England they felt the tame way until thebombs The drive Is on Bonds J964.J969
2H% Treasury Readily
1 started falling. So during this month of April, if someone mamelable accrpulla .. bank collateral, these I
Bombs are such persuasive tilings. But calls on you to ask you to buy War Bondsin Bond. are Ideal Investments for trust faadi, _
just as persuasive ought to be the spirit of this 2ND WAR LOAN DRIVE, will you toes and IndlTidiuU. A..- .feature provides
* our brothers, sons, husband buy to the limit- nd then buy more? that they may be redeemed at par and armed t|
.4 If you could oo Better yet,willyou go to your Bank,Post- Interest for the purpose of satisfying Federal I Iestate
taxes. Dated 15, 1943 due June 15, I
April 1
!-. Look: at it this way--suppose you had a office, or wherever you're used to buying 1969. Denominations$500,$1000,15000: ,110,.I
& magic carpet that could take you to Africa your Bonds-and buy NOW Will you lend 000, $100,000 and 1000000. lUdeasptioat r
!\, and New Guinea. Suppose you could bearthe extra money this month Money that can Not callable HO J.neIS, 196t thereafter at par Iand
groan of American boys wounded, and hasten the day of Victory Money that can accrued interest on any Interest date M 4month.
?r :American boys dying. . Say now, how help to save Amf'rlcaliUvelo .' notice. Priest par and accrued Interest.
, many Bonds :would buy? Money buys
ji you money
Other Securltl Series "C" Tax Noteai Ti%
'' That Undo!war Remember, what you're really buying with CertifiealM of Indebtedness|2%Treasury Bonds
THEY. .are dying. And they will keep on your money Is still more money. For after of 1950.19521 United States Savings Bonds Se
V, dying until we drown the f'Uf'lD1la an over -II. these Bonds are moneyMoney plod ", .."1+"t United Slates Savings Bonds Series".."



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I; Mn. Wm MtwwlvhhU was Arthur Brandenburg song the meeting of the Homestead P. Winners of the ten dollar cash' and Mrs. B. E. Vlhlen.
T. A. by the music and physical
elected president ol the Monday Assorted sandwiches and punch prize In the jitterbug contest at Hostesses at the Redland P. T
Music Club at the annual meeting were sensed by the hostesses education departments under the the regular Tuesday evening A. evening last Thursday were
this week In Ne\a King Coop Mr*. W. E. Rheney Mr*. Fred direction of Mn W. B. Mills and dance at the USO clubhouse i Mrs. Herman Helnlein, Miss Marie '
er School auditorium. him Frank Redd Mrs. Clarence Gray and Hensley. Mere Sgt R. L. Roush Ind Mia W Calkins, Mrs. Cafl Wagner,
H"u.nnan was named lint vice- Mrs. S. L West. The meeting, which will beginat Marjorie Connor. A five-dollar Mn. LeRoy Sprankle. and Miss
3 43, will held In
be the
president Mr*. Howard Johnson Other present were: Mrs. U L. : gym award from an anonymous donor Anne Wilson at the snack bar
second vice-president; Mrs. S. L. Hood Mrs. Carl Anderson Mn., nasium. was made to the runnen-up Cpl. and Mn. B. E. Vihlen. Mrs. L. L..
West, recording secretary; Mn. W. B. Mills, Mrs. M. E. Potter LEGION AUXILIARY Andrew A. Meyer and Miss Ruth Field and Mrs. E. F, Marshall.
Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson, corresponding Jr., Mrs. Lee H, Lehman. Mrs.J. Hiner.
secretary;. Mn. Herman, D. Redd Mn. Whitney Beam At the of the MoJ C. B. Gould, Ma). ArnoldW. Miss Vara Rheney entertainedat
meeting Legion
Mark. treasurer; Mrs. Sam J. Mrs. J. Tom Vann Mrs R. E. Edwards J. Brecht, Capt. Harry Bren- dinner on Friday evening In
Auxiliary Mn. E. Norman Jr.
Davis historian: M.... J. W. English Mn. A. M. Logan, Mrs. nan and Lt. Edward McFadden !honor of the 18th birthday anniversary .
parliamentarian; and Mr*. Ivan Moser, Mn. W. R. Bird was named for the nominating annual election committeeman of- from the Homestead army airbase of David E. Barnes
Julian H Webster, music critic. Mrs. Chas. H. Steffanl Mn J. officers which will be held at served as Judges. Besides the honor guest and the
The Was presented by R. Rutland 'Mn. E. L. Lawrence, hostess,
program luncheon The dance was dlfK'ted'bl coven were laid for Miss
Tuesday, May
the Stephen Foster Junior Music Mn. H. L. Brandenburg, Mrs. E. 4. Mn. Adrian Jacobs who was' assisted Ardel Parman, iMlss Anne: Rhen-
Club of which Mrs. Bevo H. Callaher 'Mr*. Lloyd Diet, ey, Tommy Harris and Jack
Miss Ruth Fox, vice-president I by Mn. E. A. Buchanan; :
; :Webb and 'Mn. Johnson art sponsor Mrs. H. Collier. Mrs. Vane Harris : i Barnes.
presided In the absence of MnM. Mrs. Walter Welis Mn. FrederIck -
*. A talk was made by Ann Mn. Carl Wagner, Mrs. John A. Berger. Plans were madeto Weber. Mrs. Ceo. H.* Fitzpatrick -
Ehiirkleforrt. and piano solos were Whlctard and Miss Bertha Mill entertain enlisted men at a ,' Mn. .Paul Loaner, Mrs.' Mrs. Henry Kufeldt was hostessat
played by Ardel Parman, Franc. Haus man. party In the USO clubhouse on JL'-Brooks and Mrs Julian H. dinner on Thursday to Mrs. C. "
es Rutland Vera Rheney and May 13.Poppy. Webster. F. Waldron' '(Mrs. J. .T.,,TomerUn, :.
John Pope MRS. CEO. E. DEUEL 8M'ES Day wlU be May 29. Easter lilies and amaryllis Mrs. E. Hastings and Mrs. B. f,, '
Hilda Dodson gave a trombone REVIEW FOR W. S. C. 8. Those present were Mn. H. O. been used effectively In decorating King. :

solo to accompaniment by Frances The second chapter" of "Will a Hall, Mrs. Wm. J. Geronimo, Mrs. the ballroom .......................................
Rutland. and Margaret Barnes Man Rob God was reviewedby Frank B. Rue, Mrs. Norman and Service men were 'l '
and (IMailun Anderson presented Mrs Geo. E. Deuel at the biweekly Miss Fox. by members of the Sacred IN,AND AROUND :.
a bill lyre duet. John Ruehle meeting of the WSCS 'I Church yesterday evening HOMESTEAD
played a clarinet solo and Helen of Redland Community Church the regular USO dancing clasl.I

Hooker .gave a xylophone solo I Wednesday. A brief business The Calendar Next Thursday, Apr. 22 ,....................................
- meeting followed. .--- I Redland First Aid Post will entertain -
rC! BYTLRIGROUP I Present were: Mrs. H. J. Arm. Apr. 19-Installation meeting of I at the USO clubhouse,By' (Continued From Page Three)
strong, Mrs. A. Brannon, Mrs. M guests last week of Mr. and Mrs
FLANS TWO PARTIES Woman's Club of Homestead. I that time the new furnishingswill
A program on "Why PresbyterIan A. Baker Mn M. M. Ramsey Apr 20-All-day meeting of W. have been insalled Programs J 1 E. A. Chase of Miami.
" Mrs. Frank W Stillman, Mn,A.
Colleges! Will presented by SCS will be arranged for every
na C. Mcssersmith and 'Mr*. Betty June Trent who has been
Mr R C Jackson at the meet. Plans are being made also
Apr. 26 Meeting nlllht'l visiting Mn. Naomi Dano
Deuel of Homestead left last
ing ,.I l the Presbyterian Auxiliary dark room for the : ]
Art. Club. week with her mother, Mn. J.
Api tf u the home of Mn C The society Is sponsoring o printing of pictures by the
Bon Plummet Wrs 'M W Kent ,,poultry class which will be Instructed Apr 26-Meeting of Sgt. Jack Last Saturday evening the sol. TrenJ, for their home in Virginia.
cinclui.ml the Bible study I, by Carlton Singleton In Crane's class in modeling, In garage dler turned tout in large 'num.
Th ve m' budget was approved I the church parlor building at 11 N. W. Second bers to the American\ Legion Auxiliary Charles Ferguson returned to
Athens, Tenn. last
taken the st had late leave
and an offering was for party as they
Pivsbvtin: orphanage in Thurn- CHURCH RUMMAGE SALE Apr. 28-Business meeting of but there were comparativelyfew
well\\ t i ', WILL BE HELD TOMORROW Homestead Home Demonstration girls present. Mr. Frank B. Fritz Schroeder suffered minor
r fine stoup marie plans to give i| Redland Community Church I Into Club. Rue, 'Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson MnWnv Injuries In an automobile accident
a USA party on Apr. 29 and to hold a rummage sole at the old Apr.. Presbyterian party 'at > H.. Turner and Miss, Ruth near Richmond Field Satur
hold a birthday party at the home I post office building In Homestead USO clubhouse. Fox were at the snack bar, and day.

I t>t Or anti Mis Carl F Robin. ,Saturday Apr. 17. when good May 3-Spring luncheon' of Mrs. Geo. W. Turner and Mrs. Lillian Angelini Is recoveringfrom
t ..on on May 8.rummaKe. :shoes and clothing for men women South Dade Garden Club. Fred Suber had charge of the the measles. '
1 A uhlv will te held in i and children will be offeredfor check 'room. Other chaperoneswere
t P..ulU May 1, it was decided, and sale. ' ', May 3-Meeting of Homestead Mn M. De Mario, Mn. L. Charlotte Walker has the measles. .
contributewere S Mrs. M. A.Baker Ie chairmanof BP.WC. with Mn. Clna Stew L. Field, Mrs. Lawrence Pope : '
( the sale committee art.
the mnnsp May 4 Legion Auxiliary
1'rei.ent were: Mn J. M Hoi- CLASS IV MODELING luncheon and election of officers.

arty., Robinson. Mrs. Frank i POSTPONES MEETINGSgt. May Meeting of Neighborhood THeJ.ck
'Mn. Clifford( Greene. Jack ,Crane- will not meet Club with Mrs Frederick .
Mrs Gv-o M Frick. Mrs. cur I Monday evening with the Homestead Weber. '
Petersen Mi!. WED Ward. Mn Art Club group that he Is May 6-Annual party of Presbyterian DIXIE DRUG Howard I
Vane Hat Nis. Mrs A. F Darling I instructing in modeling and figure Auxiliary at home of Polk JohnllGlI I
>: tn R F Trailer. Mrs 'Marvin drawing The next lesson will M... Carl F. Robinson. i
fT Murphy. Mi-s Kent. Mrs Jack-] be on the following Monday Apr. 'May 13- Legion Auxiliary par Phones aD and 9101S
Inn and Mrs Plummer 26, at-7 o'clock ty at USO. j jj
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the U. ;,l Fineat,4 wlitf_ A.eag.elour with eol 19 Cs' I''

by S. :. sdk on. n,cetate a unlit u e keeps

them de-a .. t

Book-keepers, Typists and Stenographers. yet ails u. o. CHERROSOTE x

I Both government and business need them.: We COUGH SYRUP I,
l . .... 254 phs. 30 7e af

I have calls for them almost every day. COLD TABLETS IFIC1Al ;..

You can prepare yourself in a comparatively Don't ducomfon take chances Get then with eBacti.e cold aoTOO roe 75rr )'

I short time., Make money while the pay is high- helps now. ...a ea 7"a ,.o.w s $AV4 Ins t

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and at the same time help win the war. I. ., .

\Ve have 1,350 former students at work. A WORD ABOUT OUR'S'' '

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The Resell Drug Store b )justly proud of in c'
Stanley Business CollegeMAE pmcnptHM tenrkt. ll is the moM impof. ,.

CUM department la out me. Only capable ,,
kceased pbarnucises,sskng the purest of fun
MORRIS BLDG. ntnfih nuMCMlitCOfflpovaJ your preKfipfflC l
.,TM rite let the Resell Drug
N. Krome Ave, at Third St. Homestead Fla. son sane you

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SPEAKERSContinued (Princeton Church Plans Holy Week Observance

t j Palm Sunday Services Is Set for St. John'sThe

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baptismal service for children .11.11FOR
problem and hindrance to the I,will follow the Palm Sunday *er> following service during ]

farmer next teaaon ;mon at Princeton Methodist I Holy Week have been announcedfor BATE, First Insertion 10* a line subsequent insertion
The depreciation of trucks and
'Church Ma UM
Apr' 18 at 9:43: a. m, announce St. John Episcopal Churchby
railroad rolling stock la creating
a national problem in marketing. j;pastor* the Rev. M. E. Myer the rector Dr. A. L Burgreen:

Mr. Una aaid The scarcityof I At 8 p.mtheV.S.C.Sas.. On Palm Sunday holy communion RENT return pocketbook. other coo.

crop package also promises'slated by the Junior League will and blessing of palms tents. Mrs. Bruno Schmidt, Box

to become critical, he.Mid, at I hold an Easter service 'vr.ll take place at 7:30 a. m. FOR, RENT-Small house, some $38 Homestead. (pale)
manufacture of wooden contain I furniture N. E. still eve, 2nd
church school will be at 9 48 *nd
era bal been limited to (4 type st. Adam Enni (pa23) PERSONALFREE
said that morning prayer and sermon atll
one of the greatest difficulties
Re-used and
containers '!t has The Young People Service TO PERMANENT tenants 1st It
to cope with Is excess acid cause you
and efforts may are be a being partial made ablution|I.ohanglng and, often contradictory League will meet as usual at 7 floor lovely country home modem pains of Stomach Ulcers Indigestion -
)rules Also he p. m. I 2 bedrooms, Redland rd. Heartburn
to secure priority ratings for lump j said, boards In un Belching;
ber .for container second I'rationed areas had created a hardship Evening service will be held near Biscayne; dr. P. O. Box Bloating. Nausea, Gas Pain,

only to war crop need, he aald for the local board by allotting \ at 8 clock on Monday Tuesday (84. Homestead (mr 29tf) get free sample, Udga, at

The scheduled announcementon gasoline to come to Florida and Wednesday Holy communion ROOMS Browns Pharmacy (pjy9)
and ,
apartment Reason.'j
to those persons who art not will be held at 10 a. m. onMonday
Apr. 24 of vegetable price ceilings able rates. hot water and how.
: and 'j WANTED
I eligible for gasoline to return Thursday, and on ,
is '
expected to cover not only era. Palm Hotel. Florida
home.. Good Friday a three-hour ser- City I

the seven vegetable !originally I The three speakers emphasizedthat I vice i will be held from noon till WANTED-Transportation by car

planned for price controls but all '13 'clock ''I FOR SALE to Freemont. Ind., or Fort
the public can help In the o Intermissions will permit ___
vegetables, Line stated This will 1
I war effort by co-operating with person to enter or leave LADY'S BICYCLE perfect Wayne Ind about May
present a grave problem to the I I without ( 111 12 or earlier. Mrs N Q Ball
regulations disturbing the thought !
farmer although necessary and expressed condition $33 Phone 281.M-3. I
13 N E. 8th St.. Homestead.Phone .
the belief that problemsare On Easter Sunday there will .
sufficiently high ceilings I' I (al< tf) 5H4-J 18.tf
to allow the profit Incentive. being Ironed out and that be holy communion at 7:30: a. m. ( )

Mr Steffani spoke of the selective the future presents a brighter ,,I church school at 9:45: and choral:'FORD V-8 de lu---d-; '37 \\A\TEDTOBIY- Small grove,

labor plan now being ad :picture than the past presented. euchanst and the sermon at U model 3 tires In excellent condition house. Write Box ns Prince,

good paint lob,
ministered by the county agricul. ton. (p.30). .
radio. $350 cash Ceo Fitzpat- _.__ _ u ...
tural board of
war which he Is
rick. Naranja road Phone 328- WANTED TO Bl/Y-Gicen pigeon
secretary He advised
r farmers aid
farm !H. (mr26-tn I peas in the pod mangos and oil
workers faced with induc.

' tlon to contact the board whose COAT MILK for tale, Phone other kinds of tropical pioducrj.
! S. Rfsin 7 E.. 13Mi) st.. New.
recommendations for deferment 233-J e\'eninp. .
are being given consideration $ York City. (rJ'18)
ti by bEFE (fitf)

the draft board PART-TIME!!: maid Minted Mrs.

Four type of erftmdnt production : LOST H H. Ewing. 13: East Rill '

" loans are now availableto I ( tKOlf)
LOST- SUKJI book Owen
farmers us .an. Incentive for '- ration

thl'llto Increase their acreage C-, ",''III; ),. Florida City (Pt1181 CAPABLE re table .nan for

the county agent said. They are Give "ALL.OUT' ;; house work. Pet Tourist
tl I.,1' Ration Bonk One.

loans loans secured by securities, crop I AID li'1 ;l/_b .-310. Return to No'1 Horn. 302 S. Kron_.. .. (j8lf
ciop- e uwd loans -
$2 300 that can be acted t upon up I iCa'h. 1, TO YOUR EYES ' ,., r'tt 1 "'v. Box 23. Uom .. FAT hen*. J R. B'\'I' I ir i.'ffitor
... "tI',A, (pale)
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nd loans nt'aitajl' 'Inv cot : w. loll r..crllIonl loom enT ,).. i )
'1 11 I pulitc] crop such as ..to.J' doctor 01 your ems .hoo.ln,. I s I B'.1 j pocketbook.; .3 No. 1t --' -- -
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: trade Jon n vt tc.
mo'er. potato and other I I', .j l WIN IYlS .. t ,,' I..t "" boleti.! keinm ry
di I.r I.on kt-u. k liuck.JINK .
crops. :. "tA QO "' '"' :)" ..1,. KV and other ,
"mn J. R. Bet 'is. near I ( II ..or..
machinery and fuel c;: t l lashes.! Keep moiiLX |I'I lout;

J' for non-highway: use can now be _. Eyeglasses I (td18tJ

I certified by the county ogiii.ul; NOTICE \riUClT10N IOB -
turn war board. Steffani said an are your FIRST TDtCtt I CARS \\ .XMEI)

recommendations can be made for : LINE of DEFENSE e File 3605 Rowell & Son
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electric service where a farm has Notice i6 hereby given that J
ft" five units C. La Poi nIt'. holder a. assigner FOR SCRAP I II u highest

of City of Miami Tax Cert,ticateumbeied pricer 'aid. With .It without
Farmer who buy sell
slaughter Jh..lock were warnedto : $100 BRACKIN'S J:::al \ 11716 dated the 7th i trit Pane 8-2138 1 acing to
3019 N. W. 28th St. Miami
familiarize themselves with I day of June, A. D 1837. has filed

I regulations governing these operations Weak Will Del Oat of die High Rome District ,said certificate in my office and ,

226 N. MIAMI AYE MIAMI has made application for tax deed
I :
I S. L. Kendrick
Mr Carter spoke on the problems to issue thereon in accordance ,

I 1. of the rationing board and I'>. unknown. It living z.... Falllb Records of Dada County. Florida I 'with. law.the Said certificate described embraces JUSTICE: OF THE
I following
I and If married. Wr tpowo. "h tirta alas. PEACE:
f :LEGAL NOTICES name M tinknown If Urlni Lota S ... d of KROhB: AVENUE ,property situated in Dad County -;I Birth Certificates and other deep
land ADDITION aorordliw I* the plat Florida to wit
1M TUB CIRCUIT: COURT or TBI It any of the .above aaiaod IndlrM.nala thereat roaordod la Pat Rook I at laments .ckn*..Mied and wlUaesaed
ELEVENTH JIDHIAL CIRCUIT : bo drad all partite or persons rlalntI 1'... 171 of the Public Record of Lot 17, Block (. Twelfth !
In* .. interest under Sam drf..d. Dado County Florida also. Street Minor 1st Add. Plat Still(
Iota. ar either. of ........ deceased w of. Lot. It and to ,. Block I of Odd Fell.ws Bldr
FLORIDA 1l I stash. Including hi. ir tor helm. ..... FI8KK MANOR, according to the Book 3. Page 67, In the Cityof I
IN CHANCERYNs UIU I, OM. vranti". vpouMO or other claimants plat thoroof recorded In Plat Bonk Miami. County of Dade. N. W. lIt St. Homestead, Fla.
entire ...h prroolt ar persons If IS at Pan SI rf the Public Record, I
irlT TO FORETLOHB TAX All State of Florida
CERTIFICATES dead. and all other unknown Meat. do.fondanu of Dado County. Florida I .l.. I
, CITY OF HOMtSIIAD n nlrlaaleorporatloa la this caw. and all parties ..... I. t. d. S and on Block I I I The assessment of Aid property 111 .
of the state of, Florida. .... perwos. whether natural. corporate of DOWNER PALM NO.1..........- under the said certificate
municipal Interested In the land.
Plaintiff or inn to the plat thmrf' rorordcd la '
hereinafter dnrribnl. or claiming by. Plat Book II at Pare 17 of the Pub. issued was in the name of Ln

RUTH CARDINAL.. ,*.: widow. ct al. Pefend.nt. through above or under M ford the dlMolvod.. lands eorlloni brief..... .lie".0 Record, of Dodo County Florida; known. Inlets said certificat J EXPERT

ORDER FOR RflCATlOV iltua In the City of HnnwtMil Count Lute T. I and II of H A. CAMERON shall be redeemed according to
of Dad.. and ttau of Hort-K and. law tax deed
will thereon
IN THE ADDITION. according to the i sue
.. ..
described follow. t BARBERINGHaircut
FLORIDA mora particularly plat thereof recorded. In Plat Bonk on the 20th day of May. A. D
| TO THE DEFFNDANT Ruth Card!. :i'I will 7 .. Pan 17 of the P,blln Records ,
Sol a widow: R.hert J. Carter. P. R. Lot. fJ "_. II tl t<. tt 28 and of Dade Coanty Florida: alto 1943 '
I W Navy Armed Hdtt.. Treasure liland M of MILLER ADDITION ..owrdingto t",... I. t. I and I In Block I of Doted this 13th day of Apill see
r, San .......1_ C.llfornmt ErncM W. the plat thereof rocordrd toIxit. Plat PIM.HIR8T ADDITION. accorrilnilo I A. D. 1913E .
Carter; A. V. B. Bailey: 01. Pennine Ands I at ran IA8 ot the Public the plat thereof recorded. In Plat Shave lUe
110R. a widow UUM Pennlnalon a Records of Dade County. Florida: H".* 1 at Page 1"7 of the Pubic B. LEATHERUCleik \.
r. alnrl woman Myrtle Prnnlnoton: a i t shut Record of Pado County. florid. : .1.! of Circuit Court Shampoo (Plats) see
ahutle woman Ito l M Rhino and 14 HI. I?. M. hit and III ..1I *
J.mca R.._. Her whandl F. J. Roth I WALBRIDGE XLDIT1OM awtulnlto tot 1of L. C BFIDLFR ADDITION Dade Count. Florida Shampoo (Mfdloatfd) 750

Jr. and Edna Ro k hit wlfri J. C.Bnwea the. plat Ihrroif rm>nlM In Plat .according ta the plat therndtceord.d ,Circuit Court Seal Stage. .. ... 150
Genevieve. A. Doutt, a ilnvl Book I at Pays 17 of the Public a- In Plot Snob I at Pare IS
woman Clara Sw.. Dadr f'In.loI. of the Public Record af Dade County By :II. C. STERRETTD .
single He
f rti. a womanFUiabeth County ; arv facial !
r D. wner Chamberlain and M: I I tact 2. 4 and S In III*k I of POREMR . Florida I alta C

R. Chamberlain. tier husband OullfordConctructicHi 11 \ ADDITION. aooordln to the TOWN.Ads I OF. S HUMFSTEAD and I In Block a 10 subdivision of. I' ( .pr. K, 23 30 May 7. 14. 19431 Facial PackCombination ........ . "50
Cowipaity Delewar In Plat Hoiktl
thrrrof recorded
a rorp.iaratlon :
I II .......
with ha principal plate of bntaeea > at Pan tl of the Public Record* according to the plat Facial ISO
located In C.II..1 I Dade also recorded. In Plat Bonk 4 at Para II IN THI CIRCUIT 'Ol'IT OF THI
R North of
vhrh. County Flnrldal
TonloMuttarl._ ...__...... ... __ M
1 Ja earn of Klllla, Harwich Son.. S*.1'A | Lab IS 14 and IS In black I ofPORNENIR of the Public Records of Dade County ELK 'NTH Jl DU IAL CIRCUIT

nrfly National H-.k Rnlldlnr/ Ralrlih. ADDITION. areoHlnato ,.P0.12."S.,w I i IN AND FOR DADS COI :NTV. \I Trim .._.. lie
> North Carolina K. rl O. Laetetrr and the. plat oroof recorded In Plot II and II In Block I II STAIR OP FLORIDA.la
Jo Vnpaiiy, a rorpot n. with its prlncp. I I Rook In at Pan SI of the Public of BARBER ADDITION. aocordlnit ta < haanrr
pal dike" hi Due a, North Carolina.I Koondi of Dads Coanty Florida ak the plat thereof recorded la Plat IN RKt ADOPTION Or GERALD JOb
jt In an of J. C Harmon, P. 0. Bmt .. Book I at Pan lo of the Public FIH GKn\Ea.Th'T'' I INOTKK BUSH'SEarberShop
INS Durham. North Carullaal (lock. Lrta-*, 80. M, II. It II. II. land > Record, of Dad County, Florida l .1. OF ; TO ADOPT I
tkolden _U..1oe Corpora...... an Otilooor 40 of wEVILLA ADDITION ao. ..M NOTICI I* HEREBY GIVEN. U. ..
1 or.tlon. with B. principal office U.-J |>IM thereof r" riH too II and II In Blork I of Monday Mar S. 141 .t I"ail a r < A'j e
f. aated I.110 rommoreul ..IId..... Day 1'1 at Fan 40 of the ROYAL PALM ADDITION accord .... the nndmlcnod will apply .. I
t too. Ohio i Carotyrl A. Rcarho. rtecutHlf Public Kororda tt Dado County nor.IM Inv ta UM plat thereof TOCO.did hi of U. Jadna af the .lase talltlod
the route of John BeeedM Rrach* I Ida 1 obe Plat Book t at Pan <7 of the Public, !Court 'or in leer .mhori.ln rte adoaH i
1', dimaeidi Jamoa-H. Lathers a copart.aer II in. II' II red II In stock Recvrdt of Dada County Florida I ..n of GERALD JDSF.PT AROV.... a
',' of tW firm ., Hunt and Lalbrroottareeya .1 I of RJBlSCtS PARK aorordlnf J to .... .,.... ta yeah of aD4TCU ... : o"p. city HanO
at law Deferred Payment the plat thtmf rnordoJ I. Plot The Week half af the Stoat halt of thw sorb day uf
I Ian, I....., a corporation with Its priori Ronk .1 so Page II of the Public the Southwest. ...,... of the Nurtaeaot I THOMAS F. t :-\H'I.: ,' ,. '
.... .
aa> place. ; of fcaalawu located In the BID ef Dole CouIltJ' Florldal one of Section Twelve Towa lMllloa" ,
t BalMtnaayracuoo. New York F..... .... Ship tlft,.eve*> *..uth II.... Thirty.rnrhl IAr.. t. .. 1t. 1111. 11*) '
.. Milk.. u widow i Carter Recvirlty and Lou IS end IS In Itlortt 4 of ROT. Cart, cootalnlin. I* acre. '1. --- -= --= -a-
: lad s" mp.ny. a dissolved Florida AL PALM ADDITION. a.yord n" u man or leoj.
oruaratltm, and Father V, Carter tad the pike thereof neerd.J Jot Plat YOU ARK RIPEST: ORDERED NO
I Eraan w. rter.J" aarrrvlnr dirty Hook S al,f-aav 47 of the Poison Roa.ord. DIRECTED ta flu your amaranei j. DOUBLY 811.1Ivi
tom aa tn .f.... arracrty of tile of Dado County Florida; aha ho Plaintiff! bill of araiplalnt on .. .M, f
mid dtoaeh oarporatlon Imporial "... I** IT hi aiork,I.., ROYAL PALM Role ?"f.e' May A. D ISIS 'ti care'ull)', of course:
Ma Dovolnumam Company. a duwolredFlorida Ai/PITIOV" according to the plat May : ta the offlai of the : I v
aorperaUoaj. ... R. W a..,.... -tkrlwcf rooordrd fa Plat- Bora 1 at of the Circuit Court. 'In and for DoleCounty. ylyp .t cat / pr ectlve Auto On-
c. Uren. and t. ,L. prI.......... a. ... Para If of the public Row* af Florida Otherwise a dun pre /
rortara mm _'_ el."'* pioycm of lie Dado County Florida aha dofews will ho eawe't airalmt :". t < ? -u ranemainly' There are
f. sold dissolve lOrpootloalT Lot la in Blork I.., ROYAL PA t IT 18 FIRTHFR ORtfKRD: that tab so and tal-of!
I ADDITION aoordlna lo thotariwof < order of pooltcatlua b. publtoked. one '. )rnu- sm-Hi Auto

A. Acre. If Hvlnt t B. t. Rrown If 1 ro>mJ.d .. Plat Rook I ., work for four conoMtl.* woota la tile -- -se an._ inn 'anc* r fccsily suited to
Relent rosary E. Mon and Florence Cca. Page II of the Pwblto Rooordi of tlomntiad Coder and Katorplle a ,
.. 10..' wll.. If living I O C. Flclde, Dada County. Florida. ..... n* 'por peMbkoa. I, Pad Coaaly.. / you needs. J purse Wa will
a =: May H. MlUer tt u....., Fred Low SI. W and a* of TOWIR n..'... - |
I- I ad _ ADDITION ceding to the plat c*:plain-freely. Feel free .to
Yorkerhis. wit. W k* W ........ WMMoa. I thereof roaordod la Plot Book S alPan DONE AND ORDERED this IM day St'' S
-' na.m at nkaowa If ticket Wkia U* aI110 Public, Rooordi af Marck D 1MI at M .wit, Florida ask us to
11:. WOf - ......" Dado .....". Florida aha t E. LEATHERMIN,
wlfo, If"tie W _rrW. whose aloeanmt Lot A. Blnek la of TATIM Clerk of Clrewll Court ta I Iaad I
to "" _v. If IMaat, H. Fhvmy RIDCEDALI Att>ITION. according for Dadr County, Florida. r 1 --i -
and Flalay hM wits wkea.rlren I t* the plat thrroof Meoidid fa Plat ClrcMll toon Desk AllianceEDWARD STRING
namr b ...10_.. Jf Mv:n*. n.nr Book I ., Fan "'. aI110 PublloRoeordt By L. O. WOODARtt I
IL Burn aad Cmma: Louie Saw hit vf Dade Cumty. Florida; ..- Pop.., ':"lertRA Anal for American r
>lf>. U J.tna Joseph V ....., Jr"id ** C HAYCOCK imusan C. REALTOR f +
Few.,.. 'Io. l.ore IT II K be W Married. wki. >.. rleoa .am* lykwwn I FREE: tSD ADDIT1UN ''h". Mines[. Florida rhon SOI.J Florida City Fla tt
alira, la ra r Items, and .. ,,H '*.w' -. clad ta M Amory "- ' :'. .
her IPOMO waoo* vies, saw I Wok I M 11'... \141 .< UM Public i APr 1. { .: ','

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' ; Paw Eirfit HOMESTEAD LK>DEB AND ENTERPRISE Friday.April 16,1943 I II
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Now Available

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Modern home and 20 acres planted to avocados,. oranges; t ,, :," :,

grapefruit and limes. Sen-ants' quarters,. laundry, garages t" ,' ,
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and full grove maintenance, equipment including a >;j r'. _

'. complete spraying outfit. Located at corner of 2 prominent ' "\ ;'
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oiled roads. ;' '

Two More Choice Properties

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i r Ten-acre grove with small house, barn, two-car- garage., '
Grove planted avocados and oranges. Located on oiled -

road. Must be seen'to be appreciated. .
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"' Improved income property-150 feet frontage Krome. ...,", I
r ;i Avenue. If you know anything about values, you'll grab..,... "11-.t,.!, .,

this on sight. .r.,

-Benjamin Warren Morris

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Real Estate Broker
....... Registered _
210 S.Krome,Homestead OppositePost/ Office, .
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