Title: The leader-enterprise
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00504
 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: August 22, 1941
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.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00504
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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iVoL30-No.33 Homestead Florida Friday August Z'2 19U Price 5 Cents
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Red Tape Cut in Hiring Labor

For Migratory Camp Projects .


Water Carnival WednesdayTo MEN NO LONGER REQUIRED !


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Little Bird

I -TO ANNOUNCE THE WEATHEROfficial I Small Initial-Crew Has :3 ",
Told Us
weather report of the Local Carpenters to :

Subtropical Experiment Station' 1 From :Miami :

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POOEET THAT the average person, on sober reflection, will acknowledge Dam I H...,Mix I fur i a.,. I! LABORElislblN ING ;
Au,. 14..1| 96 | 67 |30.02,trace
it is only right for a worker who expects to benefit from UNIONS IN :MIAMI i
Aug. 13_.. I 97 I 68 |130.04'| .06
Swimming Meet Gets Sup- high wages obtained by the unions on a construction project, to Aug. 19 __..I| 98 | 69 | | 2.10

port of Chamber of join and contribute toward the maintenance of the organization Aug. 17 ?...... I 194 | 67 | | Whites Work With Car :

1 Commerce Aug. 18__. ..I I 93 I 68 129.981| .60Aug penters; Negroes

19.... ... 92 68 |129 99trac, Excavation :
THAT the foregoing don not militate the shame MM
Aug. 20. I 90 I TO '30 001| 2.22MERCURYII1TS9S
36 EVENTS PLANNEDAS country should feel In asking the soldier or sailor te be
Applicants for work on the farm
ENTERTAINMENT willing to risk his life at II or 31 dollars a month when
migratory camps no longer
o&.bton are making that much In one *r tw* days I have to apply through' the United
No Charge for Admissionor .* -- ur
States employment agency It was

Entries to Be THAT a certain clothing store salesman who can generallybe FOR FIRST TIME learned yesterday morningIt ,

Made seen in the vicinity of the post office denies stoutly that he was learned also that of four

keeps those dally love letters tied In SINCE YEAR the white
A bunt fireworks next Wednesday packages with baby blue 1930The carpenters employed on

evening at I o'clock will (Continued on Page Three) camp: project, three are from

usher In the tint annual Redland Homestead and one is from MiamiOf
Early Juiceless Limes and Poor Pack highest temperature recorded the four white laborers at
District Water Carnival at the municipal
In Homestead since the Sub work with the carpenters, three I

pool In Homestead. AsVell As Dumping Caused Price CrashU. tropical Experiment Station was are from Homestead and one from
The carnival being sponsored : Miami Negro labor is used In
established la 1931 recorded
----- i was work
by the Redland District Chamberof excavation and concrete ,

Commerce and managed by thePool I f I Limes with low juice content i there last Saturday, Au,. Id, when It was said at the camp 'lie that 1'
S. CONDEMNS ( the heat pushed the mercury of the carpenter foreman hall a list
manager, Art McKee. thirty. I shipped at the beginning of the
the station thermometer up to 98. of the members of the local I car-
two events are scheduled. I season, a general over supply of penter'i union and will draw his
360 ACRES FOR Prior to that 97 was the highest
;'A warning aerial bomb will beet I limes on the market beginningwith help from these rolls as the work
off at T.45, Mr. McKee said, the month of July, an unprecedented temperature recorded ut the sta progresses and the number of carpenters -

and other fireworks are promised PIPE LINE WELLThe dumping of limes tion.This has to be Increased At
I summer bids fair to outdo i present carpenter work I I. confined
later in the evening. I from other sections of the state on I the
to building of forms for con-
all previous summers in the number
There will be no admission the New York auction market I Crete footings of the camp houses

charge and no entry fee. Swimmers "point near Florida City" .early this month, were factors'contributing '! of consecutive days having I Later when the fabricating machinery
where wells will be drilled to temperatures of 90 degrees or
sup l : Is going full blast and
to the crash of lime
are urged to register for con. From 21 to the
ply water for the Florida Keys 'I' over. alk present fuming out material for the houses
tests at once if they have not already ! prices which took C. J. Parman there 32 days of! i iI
the two projects are expected
aqueduct Is the test well camp
done so.Entertainment. area embraced north on Auf 8 as investigatorfor I sustained temperatures of 90 or I I to exhaust the local supply of
by Lucille drive and Long end
numbers will be the three principal lime shipping above-and the does not seem carpenters and draw on Miami and
view road, two miles southeast of to be In sight yet I I
given by Pat Flynn Atlantic City I Palm avenue. concerns in this section Prior to this year. 1932 had the Coconut Grove for additional help,

clown. and life guard; Garnett Immediately after Mr Parman's hottest summer, when from June It wu said.

Yaks, cow girl singer; John Sleek The area comprises approximately return, the three firms that sent'I' 30 to Au,. 2 (>4 days) the temperature II I A pretest from Association the Homestead
Merchants was
ier, Macfadden-Deauvllle exhibition 360 acres. Title to this him to New York-Florida Lime' recorded: daily was Retail

diver; Edward Kennedy, nine-I property was taken Monday by and Avocado Growers, Harold E'I >0 degrees. The year 1931 lboV'j (Continued fit Pose Eight)
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year-old diving star from Macf ad- Kendall and Parman-Lehman days of such temperatures -

den-Deauvllle; and Betty Lou, the.United. States on a condemnation Packing Co.-went into conference had 12 days as did also 1934, CREWTBUREAlTPLANNED i

Shelley eleven-year-old petition filed In Miami by and evolved a program of I I 1936 and 1937. In August :

tion diver from Florida eXhlbl'l I Ralph A. Bard, acting secretary of radio advertising. ( there were 20 days of 90 1838'1

Contestants who are 15 or over the navy, through Stewart Patton In a prepared statement, Mr. |or-ever temperature. 1939 HERE

will be entered in the senior di. I assistant district attorney. Parman reports his findings as follows 1940( had It or lets such ,:
vision; those 14 or under, in the : The hot period in 1931 was all in
I I Value placed on the property in
junior division. First: Prior to the enactment of"the month of June.* BY RETAIL MEN
are sched- the petition was $12,644, or an average
m'd the lime juice law and when priceswere
fcled junior divisions of about $35 There '
an acre.
high, a great many limes were STREETS GET MARKERS Formation oTi"retail credit bureau -
according to Manager McKee are 28 land owners in the area and shipped out of the state of Florida will be planned by a commit-
: 36-meter breast stroke, 50- w.th little juice in them. This Concrete street: markers were
I the subdivisions of Longview Pines very tee appointed at a called meetingof
meter free style 100-meter freestyle distributed to all intersectionsalong
had a very unfavorable reaction
and the Homestead Retail Merchants
Englewood Addition are withIn
It-meter back stroke, 200- and
Krome Miller avenues.
and there was a tendency for lime
Association Friday night In Tropical -
peter relay. al-m.. dash, 38- 1U boundaries. users to leave them alone. The Mowry street and a few other Important Cafe. On the committee are:

meter egg race, 100-meter Inner i Test wells were drilled In this growers, the shippers and the receivers comers this week. A. Meybem, Allan Klssam and
tube, 38-meter inner tube 39- The markers will be straightened
were all equally guilty of
location last winter, but official Ceo. Miner. ,
antler kick. 20-yard weight retrieving -! committing this error. leveled and accurately placed I
announcement as to the navy's decision No attempt to Initiate another
contest, 3-meter diving by the park and street crew. I
Second: After July 2 there was Appreciation Day series will be
contest, and 1-meter diving on location of the permanent ,
COO'1 a general over-supply of limes. mad at present the association
test _well was withheld.
Limes were being shipped voted.
Manager McKee Is pleased with AS FIREMANA.
the co-operation: he has received The pipe line will originate at Tampa Winter Haven,Lake Placid, I A committee to investigate alleged -
Clearwater and many other sections B. Cain appointed paid discrimination against Homestead -
not only from the entertainers but about the center of the area and was j
also from others both here and In angle to the southeast corner to of the state. In a great many ,fireman to take the place of W. B. negro labor In favor of I
cases these limes were handled by Caves, Jr who bas accepted a jobs Miami negroes In construction ofthe I
Viami.Redland District Chamber follow Lucille drive to the old T.E. receivers In the northern markets lineman with the American migratory labor camps here
et Commerce bas donated the $125 C right-of-way along which It who were not Urn specialists consequently Telephone and Telegraph Co. ,was appointed Members were J.
sold at sacrl- L. Burton, H. B. Seattle and Ben
needed for fireworks and 20 sets will follow southward to Key they were Both men started their new 1

(Continued on Pap Eight: ) Largo and thence to Key Vest (Continued on PaP Eight) duties. Monday. Left

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Page Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, August 22. 1941i ,

i 1 Biscayne drive formerly owned by HAS SHORT TURNING CIRCLE Inches for the Streamliner Tor.
Froscher Reports i
HOLLYWOOD' MAN 'I Mn. J. B. Tower. They plan to'' The new Fontlacs for 1941 have. pedo and Custom Torpedo models
' i I, Real Estate..Transfers 'improve the property and eventually ui unusually short turning circle -'I This smaller turning ercle: permits .
t --- to make it their home. I : 38 feet even inches for the I easier parking and "U" turns.
j BUYS HIGHWAY' Three sales were reported this I Deluxe Torpedo and 40 feet eight In narrow street _
week by Mn. E. A. Ffoscher real 1--
':estate dealer who with Mr. Fros- 'Work on Tech HighDescribed .
BUSINESS TRACT ichep flew to St. Louis Thursday to Rotes

R ,morning for a one-week visit with I : HEAR BETTER Weir ELECTRONIC
her mother who lives In Alba, Mo. H."Akridge. '
A triangular tract running 435 Dr. G. supervisor And WOT 11f. RADIOEAR
I Mr. and Mrs. David Williams of vocational agriculture for Dade, With
feet on the Federal highway, 289
'have purchased, she reports, the'Count, told of the work In the
feet on Biscayne drive and 302 I old ten-acre Wisehart place on Dade County Technical High 41
feet on Newton road was purchased Bauer drive and Tennessee road,I School at Miami In a talk before "aw
It bm" _
II b"Mma. Ime tow
Monday from Mlsi Laura rand they are now remodeling the the Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday Mr It ft ......1 Iwo "ham""of*wait.e01 on.
Thorpe by Palo Grleco formerlyof nous*. The grove is planted to' noon. was 101, VIM 9a699e 7999
U."UL ...
avocados and limn and Dr. described the varl- on h..w trn a.le.q ._
other Akridge
Hollywood. Calif. M -II ........ _
Mr. Grleco Is I former Interior'citrus fruits. 'x>u* courses that are fitting boys
"decorator who was In charge of .. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Austin of.and girls of Dade County for workIn ECONOMICAL MALL, LIGHT TO EFFICIENT
, model making for moving picture Homestead have bought through the national defense projects.He OPERATE
A studios In Hollywood for two yean I Mrs. Ftoscher the Welbon house in said that quite a few boys and 15 YEARS OF VACUUM :-..M """* *' sy"trUHt* *
before coming here. He also,;Porvenir formerly occupied by girls from South Dade are pupilsof TUBE EXPERIENCE alee..hw ZLtZfiZ1 """'
worked for Earl Carroll on special Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brooks. Mr. the school and there doubtless BEHIND RADIOEAR e..naa with H for nn ...... win
Jobs of unit art [I and Mrs. Austin commute dally to'were more In this section that are Iw+Tm c......_ Mrs ". .*"' than all we a.
He plans to develop his newly I I I',their work In Miami eligible to take the vocational ,!...ItlW For MrtMIra>OrUH> w* M.U M..
acquired property as a recreationand The third transfer reported is courses. PMMMlnrilo. Tnt *-w Write lor lookM ...
amusement center although!|the purchase by Mr. and Mr.. The club's publication, the Ro- I Jo'n. VIOLET HO WSON
his business plans are of an indefinite James Bowen, of Koyston Ga., of tator, appeared this week with 2.9-16 r....... HierMiami..BU.
nature at presentMr. ter acres of undeveloped land on Frank B. Rue as editor. i
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Grleco's wife and two sons,!
one of whom is only a month old,
will join him at Modello later. A
six-room frame house on the prop-
erty will be remodeled for their
residence. WE PHONE

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Hints toHousewives DELIVERSUNBRITE 67

icon ;M= I

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+ + + ... . . . . 3 CANS I
Premier Hand Packed 2 cans

Cleanser 13cDEL Tomatoes 25cPremier
Fancy food is as out of place at
the informal occasions where 2 SM. PKGS.
young people gather spontaneously,
I as Ice cream In a pressure cooker. MONTE LIt :
No. 2 can
Food must be hearty to take care
of young, lusty appetites sharpened Coffee 25cLIMIT 15cSWEETHEART
perhaps by vigorous play BOYSENBERRIES 23c
One of the rather traditional ban
quets on such occasions Is chili, WITH ORDER
Vienna bread stuffed celery and
coffee or hot chocolate with big Oversea Lge.and Tender-2 cans

old-fashioned peanut butter cook, 5 LBS.
"Remember, when you have chill,' PEAS 29c
be sure you have plenty of it"I Sugar 27c SOAP
says Ines Wlllson home economist' .
as the reminds us that entertaining '
In this fashion is one of the easiest, Osceola Vacuum Packed Can 4 BARS21c
gestures a hostess can make and' ARMOUR'S 3 LB. CAN
certainly one of the most hospit

able. Chill Tex 55c CORN lie

2 pounds ground beef chuck
2 diced onions
4 cups cooked tomatoes
4 cups cooked red kidney beans
1 teaspoon chill powder Tea Glass
2 teaspoons salt Blue Plate Preserves 19c
Brown.the meat until crumbly, .
but not hard, with the onions Add .
the other ingredient Cook about
20 minutes. If the mixture becomes -

for This a children's dry recipe, add water is party especially-it's brimful good .1 E Federal Food Stamps Accepted Here I I.

of flavor, but Isn't too, too hot. I

Enterprise For results Classified use Leader Ads:I' Best Meats Fruits & VegetablesFRESH

7 Food Storage ZoiMtMM '

114 T is 11111ew11Y ALL CUSTEAKS

1; lb. . 28c SPINACH, 2 lbs. 25c



WIENERS, lb. 18c .Bartlett Pears 27c


CHUCK :ROAST 28c APPLES, 5 Ibs. . 29c


lb. 39c CARROTS
EAST ., .

'/ or Whole LB. IRISH 10 LBS.

Lamb Shoulder 20c POTATOES 20c.j.
M UBQL| **tart.ftdUutffr .

Smlth-GraTc Furniture Co,

N. lase a awe N. rapes 2554I

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' Friday. August 22.1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISR Pare .Three

LOCALS DEFEAT Modern Plane Much Safer, Says Pilot A LITTLE BIRD TOLD US

Shot Down Behind German Line in 1918 I (Continued from Page One) II i
OPALOCKA6T05TOSTAYINLEAD ribbon-but baby brothers generally know what they are talking

- about
Experiences In a German con ,the Miami area for the Embry- 1
centration camp alter being shot Riddle Co. In a short talk before .
THAT Homestead's Iron of baseball, who also does a J
i down behind the German lines In the Redland District Lions Club man
I the First World War were recount1ed I Tuesday night Lt Bergen also little laundry collecting, has trained a pet chicken to perch on i
Wittkop continued hit constCu.I' > by Lt Van H. Bergen, general !compared flying
equipment used
be different
his shoulder while he makes his rounds-just to
tlve hitting streak to 10 games and i I manager of all flying_ activities In''!\In 1917-18 with that of today. 1
I' I from business men who have pet chickens that perch on their laps.
In' Voluntary contributions
. Homestead continued to stay I collected -
; first place in the Dade County Amateur Plan to Give Pageant I for China war relief netted *
$19.28. At the present rate of exchange THAT anyone "under the Influence" on a dark night might
f\. Baseball League when the local As Welcome to Pastor, this will amount to nearly
mistake our new concrete street markers for grave stones.
defeated the pavy at Opalocka : I!$300 In China and will be spenti
A pageant "Daring; Youth." will! *
; Sunday by a score of 6 to 5. i for food and medicine.
be given Sunday at 81
o It looked bad for Homestead In evening I THAT quite a foo people who read the fist item on
o'clock by the young people of the
i, the first inning when the sailors Homestead IJresbyterian Church In I Dr. Allen West to Begin our personal pate last meek, thought thai a certain couple

scored three rung on three walks, honor of the return of the pastor.' Revival Here SundayDr. had a rather restricted wedding trip-but they didn't

one hit and one error: The locals the Rev. Geo. H. Ricks, who is expected 'I know that miming line would have taken the newlyweds
back today from a month's
a'* came back in the second Inning and vacation in the mountains of Allen West son of Mr. and all over the alate.

A cored four runs. The score stayed North Carolina.:; I Mrs. Geo. A. West of Homestead, e *

G that way until the sixth when the I!I The subject of Mr. Ricks' sermon .will arrive here today or tomor- THAT the local society reporter who recently visited
row to begin a youth revival at
will be
' Sunday morning
navy scored one to tie up the game the First Baptist Church of Hume-
' "
; The aaln'took I "God and the,Mountains. stead .swad-dling f"
navy the lead In I Mr Ricks spent two week Sunday morning.The -
the eighth by scoring a run on a :lat the Presbyterian conference revival services will be heldat .. say .
single and a double. Homestead grounds at Montreal N. C, attend. 7;45 each night thereafter during
came to bat In the ninth, one run I Ing a leadership training school, the week of Aug. 25-30. All blond of brunet
" behind. Rue who had been hitting (I that had an attendance of one young people are cordially Invited *
them soldily all afternoon, wallpd Ito attend, says Dr. J. E. John stone, rTHAT
.thousand. Later he joined his
; old-fashioned bathing suits needed by Paal) Manager
, and stole second Mlstretta who'had I', are
pastor of the church.
mother, Mrs. J. A. Ricks, and his
, been in somewhat of a slump, !'I,sister, Mrs. T. L Hodges, and her,i Dr. West who received a Ph.D. Art McKee for clown acts at the Water Carnival-and them
tried twice to bunt, but fouled each I I two I sons Tom 'and John, who degree last June from Southern re outlandish looking the suits, the bigger welcome they will
time, then hit the next pitch fora Baptist Theological in
;were visiting his brother, the Rev get
single to left field and scored John A. Ricks of Webber City.I!Louisville, is pastor of the First I
Rue with the tying run. During the past two week they Baptist Church of Bagdad Ky.
With the score 5 all, Barrow, occupied a mountain cottage at THAT Homestead's bachelor electrician wa seen ta

, who ed had gone hitless all day, walk- 'Crowmore, N. C I I .The treasury department or the a very scraggly situation with a charming rwnpaalon M
and then Clonlnger struck out federal reserve banks will hold
H. Thomas then he drove along Krente arena one day last 'ttlt-'adI.-
walked, i
filling the
I Pontiac's rigid bridge-type I I;your defense savings bond for safekeeping
bases. frames have been completely re free of charge. eating thai It won't be long now.
This brought Wittkop to bat-the 'designed to mail a solid i 1
score tied, bases loaded, and one I tics for the bigger,
out He caught the navy nappingand o pedo bodies. ,
laid down a perfect bunt fora '
The frame used on the 119-inch
hit and drove in the winning wheelbase chassis Is five inches !

run.Thomas longer end three and a half inches i ...,......,........,..............................r..........,..............,.............
after a shaky first Inning

wider at the rear and one inch
..' pitched beautiful ball for a wider at the daah. The frame on I :
well deserved
I victory. the 122-inch wheelbaae Is nine Inches
Mlstretta's fielding was a feature longer, three and a half Inches -'
s of the game. wider at the rear and sevenand -

three-quarters inches widerat
; Local Boys Graduate the dash.Mistress .

: From Airplane School e
(to new cook): "My
\ husband often brings three or
William Anderson and George four friends home to dinner without 35 Days-35 Dollars
Wright, both of Redland, were warning. You'll be preparedfor
graduated from Anderson
Airplane that, won't you?" :
School In Nashville Thursday and Cook: "Yeu bet ma'am! I'll : :
t returned to their homes here.
- --- I keep my bag packed ready.-Ex. :
i Anderson began work Monday j t I- 4of :

on a civil service appointmentIn
Pensacola. I

i the .original 8 are

l Atty. General Watson I

Interprets Fishing Law ,; : GONE

ti Tallahassee, Aug. 21-No one can I ti
, < be licensed to fish'with more than : '
a tingle pole and line under they k 4
recent amnedment to the fresh :
' water fish and game act, It was
I declared by Attorney General Wat- -
! ion in I Interpreting the statute.Granting . TO GOWHEN
of a license to fish permits A STURDY HAND

i the license holder to fish only I
J with a single pole and line or rod
and reel, the attorney general said Turner's friendly dealings : : ? ? ?

J rS There Is no license required foi with South Dade families has

. a person to fish In his own county created a reputation for ... ......
with single pole and line, but a kindliness Integrity andetficien1'7. JULY THIS
state-wide license for residents Is Let
us help 18 WEEK
dollar, and for
one non-residents I
counsel In
you your time of
five dollars trouble. We can relieve you mo FORD CONVERTIBLE'Coupe :

"It Is my opinion that any resi- of to many jdetails. Economy . ......_..... S735 $700 i
dent of the state of Florida Is prohibited Is maintained without the : .._.._........I..V. *T---, .

y from fishing In the county sacrifice of dignity and re 39 FORD 1-TON TRUCK
T of his residence with more than a

ingle pole and line", wrote the spect.TUB HOUK or DICHmTlII'Rtr's' (Stake Body) .........................-....... 465 430
attorney general, "and that he
could.not be licensed to fish with 39 FORD '/rTOK TRUCK

two poles and lines. If he Is Funeral Home (Stake Body) ........................................ 445 410 1
going to fish with rod and reel, or M-BK AMBULANCE SERVICE
by one of the methods mentioned Lady AUeadaatPtaon 38 CHEVROLET

above, save and except a ingle 1 1'7' Homestead i/rTon Pickup ...---........ .-......... 320 285
pole and line, he must secure a r-
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$1.00 Per Day Reduction Until Sold :



: $3.50 to $8.50

Phone 292 Homestead, Fla.

Smith-Graves Furniture Co. ..............'-............................ .............................................

Phone 248-J Homestead


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Pure Four THE HOMESTEAD LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, August 22, 1941


FEE LEADER-ENTERPRISE fiJ = LO21DA; +tJ? t:L Hrs" $rVi *RJ9W i m'I Children" in CourtBy

1 rubl.M Friday it Hnmtaad. Fta,

kf tot SoMll Date FublUhlnl Coaiaaiir.Cnlm4 :._,," ...'. '.....-. .......,,....._..... --. ,....__. .. ..... Judge Malcolm BatfleU
'" It""" .,- .-.. . ,,' ',_1"1\>."' ' l-J
aa aaml clan Mall ttMUt ..... ':; -, ''')o.t.Io.: -A.6; ::::::1' ,
Merck II, Hi:. at the met ofttca lHuaaiUarf : ''' : .. .: : 1 ..
Florida under UK art :! ... :. ; ..: J. ,t. )
Hank I, 1171.EM FJ.O/1/.oA -... ......, ',' ,' :. -,';..;: .. ,/:,' Jj Two NEIGHBORHOOD GOSSIP
women stood
LEADS """ ....,;.:;;-nIN talking foe
TJ..I& NATION,1" .
,;.,... .r: : half .hour over a party line tele
ARCHES .... fnaUMlt and tVHtofAUORIC ....,.,, .
LEACH A KCIira.n TI-IG O/VCTlON 01' t:: .*' phone. A* the conversation proressed .

? ... ,..-_.. he_., ui Treasurer I'HOSPJlATG 20C .......,"' .( ;. 'X'.)( ," 1f1'I."'' ( six other women quietly
\ ..'.. ...:. ;.; : : : lifted the old fashioned receiver
: .r;: .
.vaICIIPTtOIf RATES .. :\. r.ir:.:..: .:: ;;: ;. : !t.. and listened in to the choice piece

.. DaM CoIn, I'.M of gossip that was being discussed.

o.bld..1 Dodo Cant,_ 8146 Their topic of conversation concerned ..

Alp a sixteen year old girl in

5N the neighborhood. An innocent

The Nazareth ShopI .4 4 youthful remark of the child had

been Immediately snapped up by
wish I had been
His apprentice,
the woman at one end of the telephone -,
to see Him each morning it seven and
magnified beyond recognitlon _
As He tossed His gray tunic far
By the time these two "right
from Him. the Master of earth eous"
women had finished their
and of heaven
conversation the six
When He lifted the lid of Hit work eavesdropperson
the party line were
chest, and opened lilt convinced
kitA carpenter"j. that this sixteen year old child wasa

"bad girl". Before an hour hat
looked at the ls augers
elapsed five of those "highly
and took the bright tools! --' fI4apeeled"
: women had started '
out of it;
I spread more falsehoods
4 While He gazed at the rising sun concerning
the child
than could have beenattributed
tinting the dew on the opening I; 16
i' flowers, to her had she been aq.
avowed street walker.
t And smiled ai He thought of His
Fortunately, the sixth
Father whose love floods this : woman
possessed the decency and courage
planet of ours; sill/NOR
to report the .
telephone convent.tloft
When He fastened His apron about
to the child'
Him. and put on His working-
man' Cop 80.4 T hour after they heard of this In.

cadent, the ,Ir!'* parent had summoned -
And the
grasped smooth haft of ONCE USED
the seven gossipy women tu
His hanhmef
to give the bent
woodwork IN their home and made them apologize
a tap, AZORAP,40000
lest the
Saying "Lad, let us finish this ox outraged parents
would charge false
and malicious
yoke. The farmer must put In
slander in court.CHILDREN.
his crop.

Oh I Wish I had been His apprentice w 'w ntEQtENTLT

and worked In the Nazareth DESERT ORGANIZED


102/PA STATi' MVu-VM -A It has been observed that many ,

Som.ltl.h they had been on Mount GAIN&SWJ.JJ; delinquent boy who appear i la
TiAxir, to hearken unto His court have deserted the supervisionof

speech the playgrounds and Continue w
When the quick and the dead were Phosphate rock Ja Florida's chief source ham by.Minorcan laborers, it was used In find their amusement in the ..

beside Him He holding communion sf income from minerals During 1937 almost official capacity between Cape Canaveraland street: 'Such youngsters might be

f with each. 8,000,000 tons ware produced in the St. Augustine by Capt. Dummitt who restrained under the supervision( .fs

Some wish they had heard the soft State at a valMthm X 19,142,985, repre- was then custom house officer at New unified. recreational program If

r accept thdt tilled the wee chil- senting well.... 90 per cent of the national I Smyrna. It is 28 inches deep 4 feet, 5 It were possible utilize vacant

dren's alarms output .* inches wide and 19 feet long. Moat of the lots and the school building in

When ;H* won the sweet babes An interesting relic of early territorial ribs are of natural crook live oak. The boat, their own Immediate neighborhood.

tron\ their mother,, and folded' days ta Florida Is the old MINORCAN I which Was hollowed out of a single cypress: While it only natural that teachers

them fast In His arms. BOAT <* exhibition at the Florida State lot, wag originally provided with a centerboard ihauld want to get away tram

Some wish they had stood by tilt MnseflB to CaiBesrtlrS. Built about 1130 for . sad rigged with a sail' the school building after school

Jordan' when holy John greeted Captain Dougta Dummitt and Hills Bum-, hours, they should not virtually

him .there. knock the student down in an
And Men the white dove of the I. effort to beat them to the door

Spl'1 fly down o'er the path of Knitting for BritainBy {Public Safety Director SummarizesFlorida's when school U dismissed. Siam?

I till prayer. Annie Mayhew "Fitzpatrick Accident many teacher are existing en gen

Some wish they had seen our Re Mermaids may be wearing those I .Reporting Law teel starvation wages, It would be

deenier when Into the basin He wile policy for school beard b
green crocheted shawls, -
poutttder Davey Jones have the sweater. I Tic following summary of theregulatory department within 2t hours after increase such, teacher salaries\
and girt with a towel, when they volunteer
to supervise
and socks: traffic law passed at the the accident
the servant Of all was the U>rd, I children after school hour Teachers

And Pope and Wimpy may salvsge .. lastf session of the legislature Is The department May require
But fog me, III bad the choosing, assigned to supervise recrea
101M thing given by J. J. Gilliam, directorof supplemental Information from the
oh, tfils would them all overtop, tonal project within the school
woA To replace Olive Oyl's dowdy epee state department of public driver if the eriaTlnal report i* Insufficient -
To all day steady beside Him, frocks. i safely: building would undoubtedly exert
of oty In the Nazareth shop. : or Incomplete.All a gnat influence la attracting children
Iiorida'. new accident reporting law enforcement officer ertiaquird to such playgrounds.
: And each mamma whale may so law? require** a driver when In. to submit report of aa
These i heavenly wonders would afghan have I I voiced in an'accident causing In- Accident DtLUNGCR WAS THE ntODUCT

frlgri me, I cannot approach to To wrap up her wee baby whale jury or death to stop Immediately( investigated OF A RURAL COMMU1OTT
then Jet; While the flirt may buy mtttenr for Occupant of the vehicle art to
render full ssslatanc to the In. Many
young men emboldened by
But, ot, to have teen Him, when all of their fins I Jured, and completely Identify submit reports if the driver I* their success In less densely

toll His forehead all jeweled At the ocean bed. woolen good I himself. The requirement to top rendered incapable of doing a*. areas frequently migrate populated to

'wlth sweat! I dupe +jlmresdlately. and make Identity The department of public safety large cities to expand their activi-!

To May Him say softly, "My help /4 known also apples in case where la to furnish all forma to be used ties. The late John Dillinger. who

er, now bring Me the level and But why do you gripe Over suchi jonljr property damage result. by operator and officers and to not so long ago was the nation's
nil mall ', distribute forms throuiftout th*
; thlngf
j A. driver striking an unattended Public Enemy No. 1, was by M
To have Him bend over and teach,I You were glad to nave something 1 state when they may be obtained
I vehicle must stop and either make mean an exception and frequently:
me the us* of each artisan' tool; to do. by person In accidents. i
his known to the took delight in showing his
identity owneror companions
To bear Hint lay This U a sheep While the boys a if away,you know operator or leave a written no- Each coroner Is to report to department how "tough".a socalledtoornfed"
gate,: to keap'in the wandering deep 10 your luegrtWork's ,
of public safety on the '
In a conspicuous place the boy could be. A
on Judge
i ltiee
t flock; the only salvation for
tenth of month the death
vehicle every who doubted his
struck address
name reputation
I was
Or "This Is a stout oaken house you.Under I
and license number. of any person in his 'Jurisdiction thankful for the safety which aone
sill. .1 hope :U will rest ..
on I resulting from a motor vehicle ac
foot wall afforded when he
Driven striking legally placed
rock,. I the storm and the cloud-tot I cadent i
And sometimes His mother might fixture on *r adjacent to the high accidently observed DiUinger stand
day, I All report and Information on accidently observed DiUingt
.way (bridge sign barricade etc.),
bring us our meal In the midsummer And today the hard peril and paint
accidents submitted by operator standing at a busy
heat, Retail make a reasonable effort to corner calmly;
I locate are to be confidential and maybe not pumping machine bullet In
] and notify the and gun
Outspread It so simply. before us, Tomorrow the stone shall be rolled, owner
make Identity known. used a* evidence in any trial: all direction to cover the retreat
and bid u* to alt down and eat. (
away \ laformation it to be used solely of his comrade who had Just beJ4up
Then with both of silent before T Drivers involved in accident
us For the sunshine shall follow the an for accident bank.
prevention I a
HIm the blessed Messiah would ra1D.I j causing Injury or death must noti-t purposes.
f "Ify The department of public safety Those residing In rural area
atopTo by quickest mean of communication I
t la to tabulate and accident should not cast reflections on their
I say grace, and a tremendous Merciful Father I will not com- the nearest office *f high
glory would fill all the Nazareth I plainI way patrol or. sheriff. In cities report and to publish information city brethren because the pee!
capita crime rate In the
notice must be given to local on accident experience num average
I shop -Mclntyre. know that the sunshine shall l lice department. pober, circumstances, causes etc. rural district .lit approximately haltas

I follow the rain.Woaquln Any Incorporated city, town, village large a* that found in the metropolitan .
Seek happiness for Its own .sake Miller. Coroners, upon learning of a or municipality may by ordinance are*. Youngster In the
and you will find it: seek for duty death resulting from a traffic accident mall be
villages can exceedingly
They are slave who fear to speak require the driver involvedla
will follow the are required to notify the
and happiness as cruel and heartless, a* was revealed
For the fallen! and the weak; an accident to submit a report
shadow come with the sunshine nearest office or station of the I
by widow who discovered thatseveral
They are slave who dar not be to that local department a
Tryoni Edwards. departarMot of public safety. be of Ihaeur:1 head Of livestock had been
In the right with two or three.Lowell.. report may a copy
Driver involved In sa accident port submitted to the state department ruthlessly mutilated by a gang of

Tk* question for each man to causing! death injury or property and would be for boys. Bad home training and lack

settle I* not what h. would do If Suffering 1 la a choice instrument damage totalling ISO.00 or more fidential _ux of .the local aep .f adequate recreation hay this

he had mean, Urn. Influence: and tot shaping character and without ($50.00 Is tout of all damage in ,tent. eon-I same disastrous results on runt

educational advantages, but what its touch the most delicate chafing accident) must submit written report and on urban: children. In othec,

he will do with the things be hen I oa the vassal would be Impossible. on foroi fumiihad.,by- the WANT.ADSI word, human nature hi .pretty

,a-ttsmllloa.Wrlxht Malts.M _, -laa MacLaren....department of publi.safety Jo.that READ : much the tame. everywhere.I. . '. .

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Friday August 22,1941 THE_HOMESTEAD LEADER.ENTERPRISE Paw Fire f fIn !

I B. M. Hindman will return Sun I day guest of Mr. and Mn.. V. O.' District: Elder to Visit I
day from a trip to Indianapolis. Rohrer of Miami.
1 He will be accompanied by Mn. -' Free Methodist ChurchTh i
and Around Hindman' father, A. W. Smith of Mn. L. McDonald of Orlando
Indianapolis. Rev. R. J. Milligan district
visited friend here Monday.
I I I }\: elder, will hold the last quarterly

Homestead Mrs. M. A. Mowry spent last Mn Charles Becker returned meeting of the conference year at

i week visiting In Daytona Beach. last week from a visit with relatives the Free Methodist Church in
i in Miami.
Florida City Saturday and Sunday
.. _
Miss Alta Webster had a* a weekend 0. _
or Aug. 30 and 11, announces the pal
Miss Naber of
guest Dorothy
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hausman returned I del Corp. In preparation of "I Greenville, S. C.Miss : Mrs H. M. Defiler was In Key tor. Mrs. Edith Tamblyn.
Aug. it from New York naval air base. Mr. Flynn I West where Mr. Degler I It em- Preaching aervlcea at 7:43 Sat-
City where they had spent two been visiting Art McKee, managerof ploted, from Friday till Thursday. urday evening will be followed by
months with their nephew and the Homestead Municipal Pool, : Loll Ehrhart of Rochester,: an official board meeting. The
and Mr E. P. for N. Y. and Miami Beach who has Grover Becker In West
-niece, Prof. Shirty. several week was Key Sunday services will consist of
underwent been the house guest of Mr. and Friday and Saturday,
Dr. Hausman an eye Sunday school at 10 a love feastat
Mn. H. M. Brown for several
operation while there. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McLendon 10:43, preaching at 11, sacrament -
week left her return
Sunday on
returned last week to their home 2 Aristocratic of the Lord'a Supper at 12
home In with Mn. Brown
Mrs. Claude S. Allen returned in Dawson, Ga., after a visit with who will company to Powder Springs, "You ean't arrest me" said the Y. P. VI. S. at 7, and preaching at
Wednesday to her home In Red- Mrs. McLendon's brother and sis- 'Ga. to Join Mrs. Annie R. Butler haughty youth, disdainfully. "I 7.4S.DR.M.A.BERGER: .
land from a two-month tour of ten-ln-law, Mr. and Mn.
Frank ''Gf Homestead in a visit. Miss come from one of the best families
Michigan and Illinois. Webb and Mr. and "
Jowa Mrs. Be'OWebb. I Ehrhart, who I II a distant cousinof 1 tin town.
the late Amelia Earhart, will return "That's all right, buddy." repliedthe
s Lieut and Mrs. Bailey Macey, to Miami In October.FLORIDA officer, "I'm arresting you for
Jr. recently visited Mr. Macey's Mr. and Mn. Larry Holt of I speeding-not for breeding pur-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Princeton are announcing the poe*."-Bagology DentistOffice
Macey. Lieut. Macey is now itajtloned birth of a even-pound ton;Michael I
at Fort Knox, Ky. Dennis, in the James Archer : Hours 8:30-1:30:
Smith Hospital Sunday. Mrs. Holtis Mr*. W. W. severs IN COMFORT:
Preston B. Bird underwent the former Miss Mildred Cox. to S P. .. Open Evtnlnn by Aptwlnlment
a .... .... ,ta> to.
major operation In the James Mr. and Mr, Edward Stilling returned F awn: First National Bank
Archer Smith Hospital Wednesday. Mr. and Mn. M. A. Baker are Sunday from a five-week Us
Mrs James McCready underwenta entertaining Mr. Baker's liter, trip to various point in the New Rink Building
major operation there yesterday.Jack An, MIMU
Miss Boxy Baker of Gainesville. England: states. Mr. Soling was j
Campbell of Redland had his
the Portland,
,I lawarded a prize by
appendix removed Wednesday.Pearl F. W. Stillman will have chargeof Me. club as the Rotarian from the i
,and Clinton Cooper were the services next Sunday at most distant point attending the w
tonsilectomy patients there Tues the Redland Community Church. club' II'eetlnl.W. I
day. Gotch Kufeldt directed the services -

last Sunday.Mr. Mia j
E. Myers and daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brantley of
left Sundayfor
Bonnie Belle Myers, I
Princeton are announcing the birth and Mn. Augustus Wynn a two-week visit with relative
of a seven-pound daughter, Marilyn and ion, Brian, returned Saturday I id Philadelphia. This 1* Mr.1
.Idella, on Tuesday. from a two-week tour of the state..I Myen' first trip to hit old home
in 27 .
Mr. and Mn Ansel Barrow tea Mn. Laura B. Duncan of Miami yean.Mrs. v l
and her daughters, Jacqueline and I
turned Saturday from a one-weelc
Belle Garret of Key Largo
Dorothy, Clf Mr. and
were guest
tour of the state.
Joe I arrived Monday for a visit with
Mrs. J. R. Byrum Sunday. By-
rum spent Friday and Saturdaywith I relative here. i
Mrs. Burley Dendy, her daughter his uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Jean and Mrs. J. B. Cohere Mr*. J. J. L. Phillip, In Coral Cables. I Mr. and Mn. W. W Severy and SMALL-.W Convenient'
DOur returned Sunday from a ten. '(daughter, Milfred, were Wednei-
week stay with relatives in Lewis-

burg and Fairmont, W.Va. ........................................................................"
I !

Mrs A. B. Moye and daughters
Antoinette, Helen and Sue, left

Aug. 14 for a visit in Barnesville EAT f FISH Now .the small home can be built right from
and other point In Geol'lia.IIlIu =

Bertha Mil Hausmal left start to finish. It can be well designed. It can
Monday far a vacation in Hender-
tonville."SCT I Save On, Your Meat Bill be well constructed. It cat include modern

:7r. I It.. have altar sad ether gland a* rbj** ehnaeota !. ;
and Rickaon .f conveniences. A
Naranja 1 MsVttM to tttaary neat value Switch to flak M* ee4 yew g
are entertaining Mrs.
.'. .brother.and sister-in- teas ..... 'to** dally torn near-by eceaai a4 *If.I s
The small home has been usable and
law, Mr. and Mn. Dan Smith of never so -

Petty.St. Louis, and their daughter COOKED = livable. Home financing has never been BO

I lb.1 practical for the moderate-income family.
Sam Hickson,an engineer of a' CRAWFISH 19c
Miami chip building la
spending this weak with his parent = The down payment may be as low u one-tenth

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. HUkaoit, s D. ... of the property valuation. One loan will

in KaranJ SNAPPER . . GROUPER . .
. 2Q .151
< : take,care of the remaining cost of a new home.(

Harold Radford of Homesieed PORGIES . 10 SHRIMP . . ,30 s is made in installments
Repayment monthly
whO ia serving! in the 731 \ Tank ;

Battalion at Port Kenning, Ga. baa HOG SNAPPER .18 out of your income over ample time.
been traaafernd to iron Knot:, Ky. J. z
Pat Flynn win leave Monday L*.Cape Sable ,12'/2 We will help you to put through your application
for San Juan, Puerto Rico MULLET
will be1 employed by the Ann ,Small . . .10GET for anjf. H. A. loan.
I 'i


Licensei i 'Headquarters for Bait i I FRANK L. SKILL, Owner

Hardware, Lumber and Building MaterialsJJeseseleaJ

At The r Fta. I'IIeM1..


Office in Homestead I ..................N......N.......................................sees I for Delicious Home Cooking

Opentrom I a. (a. I x ..
its.RtRdrp7RRRRlr11 You'll like Tropical Cafe for
OM Fellows .
PLATE! GLASS ITS THE too'OaESEENI its tasty food, its pleasant at-
IN5UQANCC Failure to secure the protection
of Plate Gw Insurance mosphere. Do come in soon.

ts comparable to motoring- ;
DR. R. MAKERS been done. But .is I it worth thee I Tropical Cafet:9
without driving license. It has :
I DENTIST I risk? If safety from accident
could be foreseen, that' one !
Office Been I a. a. te I tv so! thing. It I* the unexpected, I .

ansld.ys: S toll however, that generally does la/asa w. ....
Closed safardaysFree occurt! It would be wise to j;
phone us. Now ::1 itartlBg at eater ..

Parking Space I .9404.1011.

3754 al.-W. j ...._ ?., EDWARD SIMM 'I .
;: :: .- .- ......108 '
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I: i. I MERINO Social Events in South Dade . : 1



I.of Homestead to Miss Mozelle, Gar-
Mm Constance Hunter i were served after the ceremony rett of Nocatee took place Sunday Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Sage of Red- School In 1938

ter of Mr and Mr. I The bride cut the first slice from I noon at the home of Judge Sam I land are announcing the marriage The bridegroom Is a graduate of
;her elaborately decorated cake Murphy In Bradenton, Statesboro High School In States-
ter of Florida City and J. j of their daughter, Mary Alice to
I then her aunt Mrs J. M. Forte 1. The bride boro Ga. and he Is now empoyed:
of Puerto Rico ion of finished the cutting, I ensemble of aquamarine wore a street-length, a white Joe Ben Smith of Jacksonville at In Jacksonville Fla.

MrS G Seats of South Miss Louiiie Harris had charge turban and other white accessories.Her 930: o'clock. Monday, Aug 18, In A wedding dinner was served at

tnh Gurdttm, were married of the guest book. corsage was made of white Miami. the home of the bride's parents
da) .ifternortn at 6 o'clock The young couple left at once for rose buds. The bride wore a blue silk dress Monday evening for relatives and
Spacious lawn at the home Miami where they are spending and white accessories. Her corsage friends
bride's Grandmother Mrs their honeymoon. Mix Irma Shores of Nocatee and was made of pink gladioli. 'I Immediately after the dinner

Scott in t'lor Ida City. I The bride belongs to one of the Carl Fredrkk brother of the bridegroom She has lived In the Redland 'Mr. and Mrs. Smith left for Jacksonville .

About sixty relatives and cream'i district's pioneer families She attended were the attendants District since childhood, and was where they will make their
I Mr. and Mn. Don McKay broth graduated from Redland High home.
/ witnessed the ceremony, I 'I Homestead High School and
er-in-law and sister of the bridegroom
{ performed by Dr J. E. h for several months has been employed
also attended the
pastor of the First Baptist I In the local Southern Bell ceremony. BRIDAL SHOWER AT MOWRY HOME HONORS
of Homentead. telephone office The bride, who is the daughter I

The brld..wore a I The bridegroom attended Miami of Mrs. Ida Carrett of Nocatee, has MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE J. WILLIAMS
most of her life In that
temble of white sheer, and Edison High School. He Is employed spent --
She attended the Arcadia
an off-the-face model and In airport construction work In town.School. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Williams ! Geo. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Arch
accessories were white. j I Puerto Rico, and will return to his High I
Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Hague
t I I Mr Fredrick la the eldest son of West Palm Beach were
and sweetheart roses were I I work there next week. His bride ''Strickland of Miami, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mn. David miscellaneous
of Fredrick given shower Saturday

her corsage. I IWedding I I will Join him in Puerto Rico In a I I Eugene Saunders, Mr and Mrs.
'' :who came to Homestead 17 yean evening at the home of Mrs.Smith's .
i cake and Ice month or two. 'ago from Sheboygan, WIs. He attended I IChestey I Saunders, Mr. and Mrs.
grandmother, Mrs. M. A. Vivan Booth, Mrs. J. A. McNeill),
the Homestead
I JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB PREPARES I, For the past 11 years has owned I Mowry, by Mrs. John E. Lewis(Miss Mary McNeill, Miss Antoinette
Moye, Miss Fern Robertson,
FOR ANNUAL LABOR DAY DANCE and operated here.a dry cleaning establishment and Smith Mrs. Ceo. Lorton. Mrs Miss Effie Booth, Arthur Tomerlin
i before her marriage was
"and Ted I They are now at home In their Miss Leola Little. I and Ed Richardson.W. .
Mrs. Hurley Dendy. Oldendorf. I
native rock house on Rose road.
chairman of the annual Labor Day Mrs Ceo. H. Fitzpatrick will I. Mr*. Ivan Moser, Mrs. Ceo. E.. M. U. SENDS '

dance to be given by the Junior have charge of decorating the I SILVER 'PALM GROUP tell and Mrs. Williams were prizewinners I SIX TO CAMP! i iI
Woman's Club of Homestead In contests played during I
on She will be assisted
building. by
I HOLD BASKET PICNIC the evening. Three members of the G. A. of i
I Aug. 30. announces that the 200 Mn. Frank Bernecker, Mn. E. A. I
the First Baptist Church of Homestead
The Silver Halm Sunday school Present were: Mr -
; : chairs and 60 tables recently and Mrs. C
purchased Buchanan, Mn. R. J. Elliott, Mn ;
Uldlne Faircloth, Catherine
I bv the club are being paint. will leave for a basket picnic at W. Little, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Walker
Augustus Wynn, Mrs. Virginia :
: Shackleford and Virginia Kelly,
J ed In the club colors, blue and gold, Walton, Mrs. James L. Bird, Mrs : Matheson Hammock Wednesday at Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tomerln; ,
are attending three-day at
by Mr. Dendy and Clayton Lehman 10 o'clock. All who are Interestedare Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walker, Mr. and a camp
Bruce Ennls, Mrs. Olin Wright, .
Snapper Creek the
sponsored by
Invited to attend. Mrs. Edw. Little, Mr. and
who are donating their Mrs Dandy Mn. Walker, Miss W. M. U of the Miami Baptist
Lewis, I
Mn J. E. Close
ices and the use of their .erv-I Ellen Huff Miss Geraldine Reitz ---- Mrj.,
equipment. I and Miss Pearl Whitaker. The Calendar I Henry Dodson, Mrs. H. E. Redn.; Association.
Volunteer who will serve as I Mri. Wm. Taunton, Mrs. M. A.:, Three members of the local R. ,
Y carpenters in removing platforms' Mn. T. J. Walker Is publicity Mowry, Mrs. Cerda Fread, Mrs.I A., Virgil Radford, Ray Andrewsand :
and doing other work around the I 4iairman. Mrs. Annel Barrow, Aug. 22-Meeting of Dorcas J. F. Grubbs, Mrs. Floy Camber Irving Mellon returned Wed j
} dance floor refreshment chairman, will be assisted Class with Mrs. W T. McConnell. Mrs. R. O. Brown, Miss Doris nesday from a three-day stay at '
are: Olin Wright, Augustus I
Wynn, Harold Lumpkin,I by Mn. R. E. Sherard and Aug 22-Meeting of art class .Avery, Miss Lillie Little, Miss the same camp.
Mrs. Bruce Ennls Mrs. Clifton with Miss Alii Mae Kitchens In Nella Sauls ,
Bruce Ctmla, Geo. H. Fitzpatrick Campbell, They were taken to and from I
DeBerry will arrange tables and Chamber of Commerce building! at Charles Little, Alfred, Helen and the
I camp by Mrs. J. Lawrence
I chain. Mn. W. B. Caves, Jr., IsI !'I a. m, : Ruth Tomerlin, Roy, C. A. and I Scott, director of young people's '
MISS tLLMA: I ticket chairman and Mrs. Fllzpat.I I 27 Benefit covered-dish
HANCOCKNEDS Aug. \Bobby Walker and Harvey Dodson work of the local W. M. U.
IN EVERGLADES CITY I rick, cashier at the door. upper In Redland Community j Gifts were received from: Mr. Mrs. T. T. Bowen will organize i

Of Ink-reset to many friends here Members who will have tickets i I Church at 6 o'clock. and Mrs. James Roberts, Mr and|an Intermediate G. A. after the
is the announcement of the marriage I lat the door and serve M hostesses tAu,. 29-Meeting of art class in Mrs. Mack Hardee, Mr. and Mrs.'girls return from the camp.
of Miss Velma Hancock 'fare: Mrs. Whitney Beam, Mn. !Chamber of Commerce at 0 a. m. |I

) daughter of Mr. and Mn. J. H. |' Dandy Mrs. Bernecker, Mn. Walker Aug. 30-Labor Day dance In'Chamber I -I.J": 'W..Lll.U'IIJ.UU.I'I __ 1lI'L1Ll: ,. I
Hancock of Florida City, to Albert and Miss Reitz.I of Commerce i

Brown of Everglades City on Wednesday sponsored by Junior i Jack !

evening Aug 13. MRS. FRANK WEBB Club. woman"1 DIXIE Howard
I I Sept. Businesa Pell DRUG Johnson
ceremony was performed by Homestead B. P. W. C. I
Justice at the Peace J. W. Russell ; Mn. Frank Webb entertainedthe Sept Meeting of W. M. Phones SI and ..1011if
of Everglades City. Present at the: Wednesday Afternoon Bridge Circles.

wedding were Mrs. Clifton Bogusof Club at her home this week. Mrs Sept. -Luncheon, meeting U'I IIIIIM6 4e4eI.
Cnocc/ofe/ flavored bulk
Everglades City, a sister of the ; B. M. Hindman won the high score Episcopal Auxiliary with Mn. Get relief from discomfort
bridegroom Miss Fay Demere and I prize and Mrs. Paul Reynolds, the R. Bird. (f sort aching relief for Constipation
Frank Hamilton of Florida City second prize. muscles, due to overexercise .
Sept. Meeting of Pleasant to take -effective.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown will make I Present were: Mn. Frank Haus- I Woman's Club. 'fI'1 strain, etc. la Bulk lubricant and mild Isxa.tiv .
Also food for
their home In Everglades City 1 man, Mn. W J. Clark Mn. Geo, Sept Business meeting of and Irritation of ath- *. Sensible way to relieve

I I M. frick Mn. C. H. Steffanl., Mn. 1M. U. circles. ItU'a foot ( ... II.. constipation.
MRS. CHARLES CLiNTON A. M. Logan, Mn. Hindman, Mrs. m-RUB KAKA-GKAN en,,

PRESENTS CLUB PROGRAMMrs. Reynolds and Mrs. Webb. 7ltaall rno.ee, 75' 10 01. Sill Ox
Charles Clinton presented'i A1zYc' *< f ******

a PI'O'I'III1for the Homestead B. P. II

W. C. Monday night from Destiny ,
with the assistance of Mrs. Roy i .E n U fUlL POUND Puntitt

Chandler, Mrs. Cina Stewart, Mn. ClosingOut t *
Witch Hazel
B. A. Waldin Mrs. J. E. Cauiens : : I Ii EPSOM SALT
and Miss Ann Lee. Produced from best
Mrs I. P. McLean wu named trad ahnibs. For disCoicode Extra relined for better tae.
c.mfart of sprains. \'or. Quick, effective laxative
chairman of a memorial service to
; be held forOct. Mrs. J. E. Davis on i i iI i bruises.nNT29. '
9. oT 53 Fell 11ee6)a3
Present besides those named Drapery-Yard Gcols

were: Mr.. Sylvia Atkins, Mrs. B. Deep. --afeaqulll" 6
A. Tibbtta; Mrs. Ben Archer and I
Mrs. Dave KufeMt, a guestGLASSES nINO.. C h orarlnu msdwA C44 II I
51'O00 RAID S I -1oriabIe1' II LinenSTATIONERY "
I TRLMKINOS YD. : wI Far $50,000" Cfcocofoft.

YARDS I flavored Syrup
Good quality whit
linen for best occasions. This famous syrup In
..-To Keep Goo CURTAIN 5c quL 41 large sheets a home use for des- '
ODS -36 envelopes snatch fits,, sauces, ate."so .
Awake I TABLE: oil tsa.aa.-i...
,..._, wa..eALICE'S Now 490 '" ........ .2''t:" '

Yard ." for J" -.4..
I II II Goods, lOc yd BeAUTY I ...." '0001

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t I DtvB. F. StebbinsDr. Pr. W. HukillI Bring your yrtscriptlo to the Resell
Drag Store *br* a double check guarantees -

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I Social Events prise birthday dinner party by ] I
I Mrs Laster and their daughter,
Norman Jean, at their home on RATE: First Insertion 104 a line; subsequent Inwlkm
54 a hna
N. W. First street Friday. V i L
The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. -
Pace Oldckirk Mr. and Mrs. Ivan
39 acres) with nice home, lime.
SHOWER FOR MISS MELBA SEVER and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bowen Mr, FOR RENT-4-room newly furnIshed oranges, avoradM "'f'lIlnral4'd,
Mrs. L. S. Rogers Mr. and,
--- apartment. Private bath i $J .000.0..
Mn. D. Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs.
Mitt Melba Loll Sever bride- bowl was the centerpiece of the Spencer Miss Esther Mixon, W. E. bottled gas stove. Reasonable .0 acres pine land $7t.N cash

elect of Charles C. Carpenter of |(lace-spread dining table Gladioli Ryder Joe Vail Cleland Oldekirk, rate. C. H. Lawrence 102 N. 35 acres at SZS." per "'I'P. Heartof

Baltimore, wa given a buffet ,!'and other cut flowers decorated and D. A. Vaughn. W. lot St. (A22-tf he Rrdlands..

luncheon and miscellaneous ihower the rooms I i I 40 acres near homestead 51.1s1.II.

Friday from 12 o'clock to 1:30: by I Present besides those named REDLAND GROUP PLANS HOUSE: for rent, furnished 218 Nice place and two houses.( Cutler

Mrs Lloyd Delta at the Deitz home ,were: Mrs John Sever Mrs. BENEFIT CHURCH SUPPER N. W. 14th St. Inquire In rear. 350000.

In Florida City. 'Charles Balik, Mrs. Kathleen Williams The W. S. C. S. of Redland (a-13th) Down town buslMM properly
The hostess and Miss Sever re- -- -- --- -- Price rlfht.tt .
Community Church
and Mrs. Lilly McLendon of planned a
ceived the guests at the door. Mrs. ; Miami; Mrs Edward of benefit covered-dish supper for FOR RENT-6 room downstairs acres nice home. six arm of
A. B. Langham of Fort Pierce and Bishop apartment with 2 porches. All well kept Him $.,&Mtt ....
Wednesday 27
Perrlne; Mrs H. A. Aman Mrs Aug. when they
Mrs. Donald Sullivan had chargeof .Roy Chandler. Mrs. Fritz Schroeder met at the home of Mrs. Geo. E. modern conveniences. Inquire acres high pine land $7S....
the guest book. Mrs Paul Mn. Reed.A P O. Box 1173, Homestead. :3 bedroom home, two Ma 13........
Harvey Rohrer Mrs. Joe
Haley, Mrs. R. H. Worley and Miss ,iCollatscheck, Mrs Jack Miller birthday cake and limeade (Al-29)) bedroom home DM lot $2,004.04.

Mosley Seer who served were assisted Mrs. R. B. Rives, Mrs W. Angelina were served after the meeting In Cash
by Mrs. J W. Caves Mrs. Mn. Leo Rohrer Mrs. Edw. R4s- honor of the birthday of Mrs A. FOR RENT-Two-bedroom apart- tt acres six arm avocado 11'Pf'II.

L. E. Forsyth and Mr*. Ernest dale Mrs W. H. Woods, Mrs F. A. W. January. ment, all electric, furnished, 5 55.500.00.

Neill. Ruff, Mrs. Cecil Lee Mrs. John Present besides the hostess and minutes drive from Homestead BENJAMIN WARREN MORRIS

A white rose In a glass bubble Graves, Mrs. Louise Jones Mrs Elmer Mrs January were: Mrs. M. A. Federal highway St B.scayne Re,. BrokerN.
------ Sullivan, Mrs. Brvant Bowden Baker, Mrs. Anna Mensersmith, drive, Modello. Mrs. Eva Col- Krome Ate. Homestead, Fla.LOANS .

JUNIOR CLUB MEMBERS: '1 Mn Joe Connor, Mrs. J. H Dixon. Mis M. M. Ramsey Mrs. E. J. lins.FOR (phS. )

TO CARE FOR CIULDREV Mrs Fred Henn, Mn S. S. Shields, Moore Mrs. F. W. Sullmnn Mrs. : RENT-Residence In Florida --- -

Members of the Junior Woman's Mn Chas Clinton Mrs Harry Cu. A. E. Brannon MI" H. J. Armstrong I ; I

Club of Homestead volunteered at chiella, Mrs. L. O. Cloninger, Mrs. Jane Moore and Martha electric I

a dinner meeting Tuesday evening W. E. Myers. Mrs F. J. Rohrer January. I I : LOANS TO BC1LD.MODFRNIZE!,

in Tropical Cafe to take charge of Mrs J S. Caves, Miss Lois Car- of: I.I able rent. Apply Lcader-Enter- I! REPAIR Residential, Grove

young children whose mothers penter Miss Jane Gntlm. Miss Hazel prise. and Business Property
wish to attend classes In horn ftonnlngton. Miss Barbara Done : From $30 to $5,000-from B mo. to

preservation of foods which the Miss Ann Lee. Miss Phyllis Paiman 1 FUR SALEFOR | S years.

Dade County Defense Council's Miss Alta Webster Miss Mary Da. .t Does Your Car Have No Down Pavment; -No Bed Tape

division of home and community na Brown and Miss Viiglnia Frick. S.\LE-Usrd electric refrig SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS

service wilt start In the RedUndD Gifts were received from: Mrs J j Any of erator. Phone S09-J. a22i J $200 for 36 mo Repay $fl1fl mo.
:strict next month. B. Mrs. | $.100 for 36 mo.-Repay $111 97 mo.
Carpenter J. B Cohernour.
Mrs James L. Bird. at the request Mrs Margaret Kennedy Mrs Roy -23e per Ib $1,900 for 60 mo.-Rcpuv' $32, OI

of the county federation Neil!, Mrs B. H. Edwards, Mrs. I J I( These Faults Shanklin Groves, Florida pa-22)I Cit>i I i j I I mo.
( ) Ask for FREE Estimates
president, Mrs Svdney L Wein-
; Joe Torcise and daughters, Mn. j I i
traub. asked for club members to Lester Walkup Mrs. Ceo. Arbo- 20 acres f.ne grove land with 4- :, Without Obligation
volunteer to work during the afternoon gast, Mrs J. H. Simmons Mrs I i I 'l 'l 'lI room well-built unfinished hou; I I LOANS Ize can be secured to Modern
r'l I and Repair LEASED OR
and evening so that Blanche Chapman Mrs Willard j 1.100 with $300 cash or len If MORTGAGED
women of the community would Severy Mrs. H. M. Deglcr Mrs V. all cash. Eleanor Fro ch'r. I Property
I We also have \1 A. LOANS for
feel free to attend the classes D. Wells Mrs. W. H Sheffield Mrs. 1 Lacks Power and Speed i : Homestead Fid.. Phone 821-J ':, New Homes, payable rm.nthly

Those who volunteered were Mrs. M. D. Jacobsjn, Mrs Henry BI'ook- (al5-22) over 20-25 ,
Hard to Start years
Augustus Wynn, Mrs. Fletcher er, Jr., Mrs Martha Nelll, Mrs. ,;< I 'Let
us supply BUILDING
Mrs. Ansel Barrow FOA SALE-Tractor,trailer, plow.i i your
Bryant and '
Georgia Gopp Mn Robert Dare- Uses Too Much Gas? i ijl I NEEDS. Prompt Scrv'let'
Mrs. Dick Huff for afternoon work I double disk, honey extractor
ing Mn R. O Shore, Mrs. Dave | BROOKER LIMBER: TOl .
and Mrs. James Bird Miss Ellen Sullivan, Mrs. Rudolph Mattson, ;3 vibrates or run rough II| honey jars, 4-inch and 3-lnch l Phone 62 liomettrrid. Fla.
Huff Mrs. Burley Dendy Mrs. F. Mrs. R. J. Shepherd of North Hav. | ] I gate valves Call first of week. ,
B. Green and Mrs. Virginia Walton en, Conn, Mrs Jack Branch of Sluttish and No Pep H. P Andreason Cooper rd | MISCELLANEOUS

for evening work. Miami, Mn Andrew Sever of Miami 1 1:1: (pa-22)) I

Mrs. Richard Huff, Mrs. W. B. Mrs. Eva Dickman of St Louis, HOUSE- -for-sale, furnished. --2I8- i| LAPSED LIfE INSURANCE policies .
Caves Jr. and Miss Ellen Huff Mrs. Albert Hinman of Monticello, ill N.
-f W. I4th St. Inqu.re nt may be valuable. Sri Elsie
were hostesses at the meeting. A Miss Vivian Sever, Miss Bonnie L. L. Hall. (.- Hanson, 207 Horne Bids (pa29)
red, white and blue color scheme Myers and Misses Mildred and Julia ;i Drive Into our garage and 1I1\'e'l rear'j

was used in the decorations. Sullivan. i the engine SCIENTIFICALLY I 'FOR SALE-2-bedroom, QUILTS LAUNDERED. 2V "Arh
Bingo was played after dinner. I, Noose on Krome axe near 8th M I' Blankets! double or single i l and

Members present were: Mrs. E. .. I TESTED with our new SUN 8i I Apply Herbert Turner. U8-22)) ,| bedspreads sam price. Mr.
A. Buchanan Mrs Stanley Wltt- F''frt .I'etietxreY\' '"".. l '
Keitt Jackson 113 S. W. 2nd st
MOTOR TESTER and see for I'FOR SALE-Baby guineas I ,
kop, Mrs. Olin Wright, Mrs. Roberta I I Homestead (ml6-tf.)
Harrison, Mrs. R. E. Sherard II month old. SOc each Helen
I yourself what Is needed to put I I
Mrs. T. '.T. Walker, Mrs. Wynn, i I EXPERT Whiting Ferreyra Roberts road WANTED

Mrs. Clifton DeBerry, Mrs. Dandy I i I It In lint class operating conI I Just north of Avocado drive I

Mrs. Bryant, Mrs. Bruce Ennis I ( (a8-tf) i iI FURNISHED HOUSES WANTED

Mrs Walton Mrs. Greene, Mrs. I I BARBERINGHAIRCUT dlllon. | i FOR SALE-J-acre Persian lime: I II | TO RENT-Have client now lor
R. J. Elliott, Mrs. Barrow, Mrs. I 3-bedroom
I I I |I grove, S jean old now in full unfurnished house
Gee. H Fitzjritrlck. Mrs Bird, bloom. No buildings!] within 3 blocks of business district
i only 2 miles
Miss Pearl Whitaker, Miss GeraldJne j Preston B. Bird Motor Co I from bank 2.200 cash- -vear-1-ound tennnt Ik-n-

Reltz, Mrs. Huff Mrs. Caves' t: ...... 40c South C-A-S-H. Do not ask for terms jamin Warren Morris, Reg broker -
and M.ss Huff. Mrs. W. W. Allan Krome Arc. Ph. IS I Trees need some fertilizationbut N. Krome Ave, Homestead

was a guest.OUTLOOK /i/ I SHAMPOO ...... 40c- < OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY iI'i i you will never get more for (put)

money. It is
your a glxe-awa.t
CIRCLE MEETS: I I MASSAGE ...... 40? t? at 2200. H. A. Cameron Phone WANTED-A 10 to 20 acre grove,

WITH MRS. I. A. TCI LFR I I 72 Homestead Florida illtf) will trade my equity in city
The Outlook Circle of the W. S'I LooktoYourfipn : home and some cash J. K Corn

C. S. of fie Homestead Methodist BUSH'S PAPAYAS' 5c a pound. Mrs Kem 214 Halcyon; Arcade. Miami,
Church met Tuesday evening: at';'! < Jackson, 113 S. W. 2ad .t.. Florida Phone 2-2483. (pa29)

the home of Mrs. J. A. Feller for I ArGoodtlQelth i ; Homestead. (m6-tfi

study of a chapter of "Exploring j, BARBERSHOP F.'SALE Tripwi p.nl& ,.r WANTED-One or more sowing
the Bible." The group decided to I ruf i machines to be loaned or do-
I tree and trojyfn milt iiseason.
sell a vanilla extract. nated to South Dade Unit Red
I Jungle protfu Jtodlarr I
Fruit Jolla and cookies were l I Cross Mrs B. A. Tibbits, Phone
road and
Jrfve.NOTICE .
served. by the hostess. i .Plypyn!:! i 240

Present were: Mrs. Ivan Moser OP aloe '
Mrs. Dave Williams Mrs. Allan I THa City taunts of tto dons of H......- 7UTUHI.NG: WANTED: rUg
N. KRUME AVE. toad> will iffrltf atdi ffir tool!, mimthifnrirlMiFilrl. .
school and school .,subjects
KJtsam. Mrs. L. C. Dodd, Miss II LlbrlmUuf mot G....
Mary McNeill. ), Miss Nella Sauls'I' fcna..t> its regular eounrir. iMHhm. on Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. B,
Vet Snd HruilU
aa I. palflra.tlona
and Mrs. Peller. .............. ....... .. ..................... .. ammmu may I* obtained. at The Qfffe and of riuramer drive and Count
Sha tl *lrr Club, road.
ft. 1'4 EflWAROII.I I
I (An., it, ti s.. mil ,i I TAX DEED-UK, MTIS. v .
It was Chiropractic which JI'IH.p'II-rll liT' I' Not,.* la lwr.air Own tact **lll"hk. 1
Garage Door NEVER I" COUNTY ( tnr. ....1.... .. auhrnra nf Dralan ft .
< CUSSAGAIN showed Man that Ms Spine does Pad r_.... narldaipPLtrATIOM "*.
i I ,. Irlrt Tn tasetfk.t. NuaibtrH "MW"0.') dev*
more than support his body \'ertle.lly. tai"'off .r N wows" I1IU1I n. Fn.-. _.-...d.N011rrr the UN day ..I A.....' A..ret 'ins.-epa

Are you too plagued wit It demonstrated thatMan's i or INTreeT111W TO n\KE filed......."Id.1.11.(rtlflrata) ...... for la In or nffkoi...._M.nd'I loss*
garagltls? That fretful hate backbone is the source of I I, Notln !. k_FOR, 0that! FINAL r'isv I .,.MAM.r.. filed II......a Ins r r r health and of disorders. If ..> final ........ and ...lIlI.... ,.., llnalDlunaria tllk'... rmbrarM. tha MIovtiMrr ,locta.4
to-go-hom annoyance due t< you suffer Ill-health, why not aa Eiaruuli of th. ...... ".1 "..",. .ltu .... In I'." Cwntyy'rlned.

"1Qa j balky, heavy, hard-to-move come get the benefits) a Chiropractic lath W.H tUr C ta n t.mi..e.d..a..d Mj: I that I IIn an apply ti.* to wit r : 11 ft J.,,t II. R fftnni'a
L J ? tfl* H.h.j .... T. Hint. a r '..." .u...... Pill fuua .. r>... 1A. I*..to4
rrage doorst Our' Overhe* Adjustment offers you 4udv '"t r* 'w'ri...nf jr. Florid ,..- .-". -1 In fadi O,intr. Walnut Mold.
DDDC Doors wfll end miseries) Why not, today? of ..... final*'*** and for final dl-rt._ The a.ir.nt af >aM tmrrnf awlsth..14
.. LnrMrli ,041M Eaulr ,.5 wsd Ii- (.ref1.a l n.d. waa In ,... same
none t' at a hand-touch. And.at little HOURS ,.-.... .,, fnknnwnUnlm ;.
'30 U 12: 2 U 4:30: 0 to I ,..... 'Oil ..\i rartlflrala shall IIP r r.sodaredlns
cost! TKATHFIU"E' ENFTTE reistrn. t lav. taWd will haw
Tuesdays: ':30 to 12; t to '.30 Fm.trt> at the Ratal of t nmo_ MI tha lOth dif i> Krpbnbtr,
Sundays by Appointment Ward O fo't.'. D .a tdIA A. D. It4lDaUd ' "
... ,.. iS. St. Mpg (. 1'4I this Ith day of AiMtwl A. D.H .

BROOKER LUMBER CO., INC. f Dr. R. J. Elliott 1841. K. S. LEATHKRYAN.tad. .

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Lumber Hardware, Sash. Doors. Tools I, MrCrory Arra, County rl.rkaCiro .
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PHONE n HOMESTCin.: FLORID We' Phone 261WHOMESTEAD. = i M. r. Tmnt"rr, n. 0.Aug. ,
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..1. Pare Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE_Friday August 22. 1941

drive can not begin until a power and the reason for thHe'queatlona operation of the Miami Broadcasting probably get under way next
SWIM i MEET line 1* constructed by the city of'are Florida lime have consistently Company (Station WQAM).I week.
Homestead to the site of the camp. sold throughout the entire year to 150: quarter boxes of lime have 111
Gordon hey municipal power far, for more than California lemons been shipped to top night executives WtoT
(Continued from Pen One) plant superintendent, said yesterday and are even today, with a In advertising agencies publications -
of engraved medals-fold, silver that pole for the line were* price range of quarter boxes of end the Columbia Broadcasting The large factory Guard organized *
Home and
its own
and bronze for tint, second and expected ito arrive ndmentarily: lime selling at $1.00 to $1.50 per System throughout the
duly potted
third place in each eonteit Merchants and a* lOOn as th.yr.. here construction quarter, selling for more than eastern section of the United' the men were
have donated novelty of the line will begin. California Sunkist Lemons, the States Station WQAM 1* paying guard the work
;. prizes for the other event price range of which at the present I for the express charge The three The manager approached the
,; Various cltlsen are contributingfor time on the Chicago-New York (I packing houses are furnishing the : main entrance, and the entry,
; the programs which are to be LIMES. market is $350 to $460 per ,lime at a cost of 90 cent per : torn between duty and deference,
printed.A bushel and three-fifth box. Last i quarter box and the total amount, challenged "Halt, Mr. Brownl)
gold trophy for the contestant year the California lime shippers amounting to approximately $135,i Who goes thereTitBits.Enterprise .
winning most point hat been (Continued From 'Page One) received an average return of leas will be spent on radio advertisingover I

liven by the Dr. Pepper BottlingCo. cases, at prices entirely out of line than one and one half cent per Station WQAM to promote I Classified Ads
( of Miami. Third: A number of shippers I pound on their number one fruit. the sale of limes in the metropolitan I
t Station WIOD la making dally from other sections of the state This 1* approximately 75 cent a I Miami area This effort will For results use Leader
r. mention of the carnival In 1U find their principal outlet In the bushel and if we take into consideration -
New and Note program auction market of New York.These the amount of fruit that
I The Roney Plaza swimming lime are dumped radically on the was dumped their average price
I team, directed by Scott Kirk, will market and are bought up usuallyby would be more nearly like 50 cent Used Car That Mean
come la a body and furnish a i speculator at very low prlcea la bushel price delivered at the Bargains e .
clerk for the meetRED On Tuesday morning, Au,. 12, the packing house or 25: cent a bushelon
writer personally saw 730 quarter the trees.
In The Bank!
I boxes of limes auctioned off 448 After the above facts were ascertained Money
TAPEContinued packages of thlch were handled by shipment by the major
I the Florida Citrus Exchange at a packing houses were radically cur-
price range of 65: cent to $1.05. tailed to prevent price from sag-
( from Page One) I Another batch of 217 packages, jglng lower, due to very heavy GUARANTEED TO BE

taken to Miami Monday by a committee .handled by the Atlantic Commission shipments and adverse weather PRICED BELOW TilE MARKET
which pointed out that Co., sold at (5: to 80 cent, condition At the present time it :f
negro laborer were being broughtby and the remainder of this 730 lot appear as if price are stabilizedand I
truck to the camp work dally told at the same low price. Now, will not go any lower. Every
although there la plenty of local this kind of prices mean red ink effort U being made by the pack 1939 IIt'IC'K t.DOOa SEDAJI/-orirluJ piing. aGM
negro labor available.The to the grower, and yet it doe not ing houses In Dade County to bol- i mechanically radio; priced Ie selL
teem to discourage these shippers ster prices ,
i visit resulted In the placing -
1.31 BUICK n SEDAN-Sew paint: new seat coven
of tome local negro laborer trom making further shipments A new advertising promotion effort {
t .t work on the camps Time after time during the last (0 I I. being made with the co- 1t3. CHEVROLETDOOR SEDAN-In excellent eoadl-
first had Joined the colored labor-I days, the same thing was true retarding lOll throu.hout.
er.' union In Miami, officer *selling price of lime on
\ the Merchant Association said olj l the auction market In fact, a Do You Like 1113'1 DODGE 2-DOOR SED.'N-Extn clean; ert.11II1 Mae
) The red tape Incident to registering number of shipments sold down as To paint: good rubber. A really good ear.I .
with the United States Em- low as 35: cent*. HUNT and FISH I I.S4-\\1LLYS POItDO& SED.'N-Wortll C-deri forcheap
ploymen whose offices Fourth Quite few Individual
agency are :
in Miami, caused much dissatisfaction I rower-shippers packing their own Then You'll Enjoy Reading/ :! transportation
among local applicant for limes and shipping to these markets I I I'U MODEL A FORD TUDOR SEDAN-lair ceadltlo.
I. work on the camps After protest -, In an erratic manner, ungrad-
from various sources, theFarm |ed, unwaxed, field-run fruit carelessly IIUTHEnl
Security Administration i packed with no label on the You Can Bank on a Buick Dealer
wahed this step In the application container and In a majority of cases i
procedure when It was shown thatgreat ,having these limes sold at consistently 10 $ TNwICI !
inconvenience, loss of time,I below the market prices, all OUTDOOR "
'. and unnecessary personal questioning of this contributes to the further I PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.
t .; resulted demoralization of the market.The : The South' ,
I Only Hunting
While carpenters will be obtained writer himself, was offered And Fishing Magattne Buick-Pontiac Sales and Service
from the rolls of the local quarter boxes of limes shipped by ;
: union, labor applicant will have I one local grower for 15 cents per I Tail' 1 So. Krome Ave. Phone 18 Homestead Fla.
to become members of the labor- quarter and I am frank to say I I
i '1'1' union In Miami before they I considered them a poor buy at --- -
f:1 will be eligible for jobs at the even that low price.
camp, The office of the laborers' Fifth, one question that the I
: union i* located at 542 N. Miami I writer had constantly put to him
Ave The Initiation fee Is $25.: was, "What la a fair price for
i Fabricating of material for the, limes? What do you have to haveto !
colored camp on E. Campbell have your growers satisfied'' ,





IN Tit; US, Fire Insurance and

Ms rh.a.'e 11.a., Kindred Lines
t J.Mb Drin wet
M tint reed *wrtkr ad
/*.M M%..,.ae alea.y.e Mlavi.M SI N. Krome Ave.i .
I FertilizerOn


I NOTICEThe ,. Your Groves

\ For Results

City Council of the City of I II I

;1 Homestead will sit as a board of : W. PAT

each lie for SM !Ib. Fertiliser Bags
Monday evening
te for IN Ik. Fer User Bf '

through the month of August, i U Gee CeadJtle

1941 from eight to nine to hear

I Florida East Coast Fertilizer Ca

complaints on the 1941 tax values.




City Clerk and Collector, -

City of Homestead, Fla.



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