Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00556
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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: August 21, 1942
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00556
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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ToL 31-No. 34 Homestead Florida Friday. August 21, 1912 Price 5 Cent-


Pumps Push Water To Key West I IIs

Unofficial Report Heard Here I

I Commando Parade Slated- :;t AVAMBIEFORUSEOFNAVY

For Junk Rally Feature I AND ARMY MONDAY. AUG. 24



Advising WPB on Fruits,.Vegetables

8P1INPARKONSAfURDAY' A Redland District grower-has-leader- in Florid tjrjruUure. ,I, WEATHEROfficial I I Pumping of water to Key Went.

been asked to MTV on the newlytreated Tuesday and he wired, its acceptance weather report of the over the Florida Keys<< aqueduil
national fresh fruit and the same day. c Subtropical Experiment Station,
The board.- cons/sting./ of ten I Homestead Florida.KM I wan started shortly before noon
vegetable advisory committee: to
Wednesday, according to unofficial -
member chosen from various sections -I]
fire War Production PoarxL The ,IM...miii, I H... I lUte
In Hom-
of the'couhtry, will advise reports circulating <-
Aug 13" .1| 92 f 8'1 IS001ltr.ceAug.
Invitation was received by- L. L. the War Production Poard and I l stead.
14_ PI 48 129981 i IAug. l
Chandler of Gould, prominent other governmental agencies In! 15_ .. j 91 I 170. :29931 004,, Lieut W. L. Sawyer, officer In 'e,
The junk rally'acbeduled toff Washington on the problems of Auff. 18. I 91 TO 29941' 0.05 charge of construction for the U.
production, materials- packing,I I Auf IT. .. I 8S "72 29 81| trig
11IUctqn connrm-
park Saturdaynight 31 Navy, declined to
I GlOWERS.ASIED transportation and,marketing to t
I Aug. IB.. I M) It 111.05I.a)
will. be preceded by a paradeof 1 "be overcome In meeting war time Au,. 19. .I| 90 f 73 ,30.031| 0.38AIUIY deny the report, and referred !

Homestead's Junior. TO LIST REPAIRSJKVFARM demands for fresh, fruits. and questioners to the.public relation. .. .
os, organized Monday vegetables department of the Seventh Naval
Commando-I In' agricultural circles here,
a meeting the Neva I District West Miami.It .
NEEDED Chandler's appointment to this ACQUIRES at Wey ,or
er School auditorium. national committee is considered Is.believed! however, that on..

ruanm.wDl meet at the grammar a "break' fob South: Florida in ,t mTO INSURE, lr,* ,...otth.'p\IIIIpa is; in opere-
eool building at 7 o'clock t;.*e- to determiner the number *} that,,fhoo-'peaiUarw p oobt_.*'Df Lion and It will be the last of this
port remit of their' lint week' farmers who wish to avail them- planting harvesting'and
week before both of the
the work parade.,get arm band and form for eajve and expert of machine advice shop In repairing facilities brought Ing of crops into in focus midwinter ss market-I I DRY! FERRY CASE i that will send water through pumps tho

Junk can be brought to the,their farm machinery and tools for could be otherwise. ,!, 130 miles of 18-Inch pipeline to
rally and told on the spot for cash the coming season, the vocational Chandler recently came in con The army hit been acquiring Key West will be functioning at
or donated to the Dade: County; agriculture department of Homestead -I tact with various IDvemmentala.enci. /I tend In the vicinity of the bomber the well field south of Florida
war chest Future Farmer,, High School this week lIt .. when he was In Washington ferry air base to make possible
Princeton First Aid Station or any,out the following letter I In behalf of his joint plan I complete drainage of the Pine Island -_ City.News
other,organization which will sell, "U it not necessary to remind I with the Duke ot.Wjndsor;} the,I area when and It a projected < dispatches from Key Wed
It to the Junk dealer and keep the I you that farmers are being called'utilization of Bahaman labor In I drainage system la carried out. It, published early this week quoted
proceeds for 'investment In war upon to produce the greatest South Florida's ,fields this.win- was learned from authoritative navy officials more as saying water
bonds and stamps or for promoting possible amount of food this coring -tter-and Impressed them so much sources yesterday. .would be pumped to Key West ant
a worthy cause.A I year. Neither is It necessaryto (I with Florida's exceptional seasonal There was no elaboration upon ready for army and navy use Monday -
,' apeaker furnished by the you that farm machinery labor needs that approval of the this statement. When unusually Aug 24. The dispatch added i
Dade County Defense Council'win : and tools must be conservedand I Nassau plan was promised as an I I heavy rains flooded the airfield that the Florida Keys Aqueduct
occupy the. rostrum In' Legion used to the best possible advantage alternative If. government employment -|I and Camp South Dad earlier this Commission, which will operate I .
park. Geo. N. Wakefield, chair- if we are to keep on producing -, : officials were unable toI year, however, there was talk of distribution system In Key West, I
man of the local salvage committee food required for our own,I find'the field hinds I In this country. extending Campbell street canal would not be ready to supply civilian .
win be master of ceremonies. country and CUE: allies j I west sufficiently to Insure drainage needs at that time. '
'At",the meeting 'of the Homestead "In order to assist you in the of the area. It I I. understoodthat Up to now temporary pump 1
Rotary Club Wednesday care and repair of your machineryand there has been some deviation have been In use at the well field '
noon, members voted to spend tools, the agricultural department -36 FUCHS TRUCKS from this plan. to keep the pipe line flushed and J
next Wednesday afternoon colleet-I 1 I of Homestead High School I At the U. S. army engineer office sterilied in preparation for the
ing Junk which the. commandos -]j lie i making! its facilities available where work of building the airbase capacity pumping of the big per- 1
ahead of time win try to I'to I you at any time of day or night.IAS AMBULANCES Is being directed, no comment manent pumps when their Installation !
get residents to bring out to their I Iproperty I Ito I "The department will undertake (Continued on Papa Three) should be completed. .j
line The of four -- - -- --- -- -
use [ furnish tools and expert advice:FOR SOUTH .DADE
trucks end drivers was donated by I las I well aa assistance In obtaining i
442 Answers From Four' Counties
individual member of I the club.!:':the necessary parts for repairing -
Future Farmers and Boy Scout j I[painting I or servicing any type of Show Extra Farm Hands Need Iii
will assist the :Rotarlans in collecting machine or tool you may have.I "A sight to see'' was the liningup
the junk./ They will meet You. in turn, agree to bring the of 36 white delivery trucks of I ''
at Legion h.II..t 1:111: p. m machine or tool to the school shoo
the Fuchs
Baking Co. at South
the time for adjourment of the and either you or one of your\ 1--- ,- ques LIME 'MEN LEAVEFOR'
Miami Tuesday for photographing so far from
:Rotary meeting. share-croppers do the work. This : _
At the organization meeting of Vill accomplish two remit as far as convertible ambulances for the Palm Beach,

'(Continued on Page Eight) (Continued on Page Three) South Dade..area,' .In the Dade 13,078 farm laborers-over indicatethat and MING AND

County Defense Council.' division above present employees will be
Decorative Color Schemes' to SolveProblem 1,3and3. needed to plant, tend and harvestthe PARITY IIEAIRNG .

I The total,number.of ambulances coming season's crops on the .-
of Distinguishing Taxi Lines for.this area, wiTlch extends from 71,280'acm represented according -'I
Milier'road South to tabulation made by L. LI;'|t John R. Mathers and Carl Plo-
at Miami' to Chandler, chairman cl Dad County waty were delegated! at a meeting
Driven of taxlcabc 'Homestead have a. taximeter ,"the face of Card.Sound. ,Is >60.: In: time of agricultural ,Far board arid- of principal avocado and Persian
may not, among other which shall be visible at nil times emergency they "will 'be:directed leader In the move to obtain Ba- lime shippers here this week tu
things, "solicit passengers or attempt from the passenger compartment from a .control ipohi in the'Fuchl, hama Islands negro labor to .makeup attend the bearing on parity and
It attract their attention .by Locations of taxi stands shall Bakery ....hlcb.1I equipped with a shortage caused by the draft ailing prices which the U. S. Department -
calling or the use of a horn", ae- be selected by the city council, two-way radio. Chas. T. Fuchs, and demands of national defense of Agriculture will hold
eordisv, to an ordinance which but any owner or 1 lessee of property former resident of Homestead willaItitth'controls project at' St. Louis Au,. 24-29
was adopted at a meeting of-the. may file application to have : : Five other counties In the DIne-i|I 'the parity and ceiling for avocado
city founcO Monday night a stand located in front,of. his, More than eleven.mlllton dollar county bloc now behind the plan and limes is scheduled for
Iverj: holder'of a certificate or property, the ordinance states. in defense works In progress in have not yet reported, but 40 per discussion in the citrus division.Mr. .
permit to. operate taxicab must A resolution passed by the council South Dade and that helps this cent of the total acreage I* represented ),si:then and Mr. Plowaty will \
employ: a "distinctive uniform effecting an exchange of lots area to rate the exceptional ambulance In the questionnaires that represent the interest of local
and decorative) color scheme for I makes It possible for trustees protection given it in the are in, Mr. Chandler said. The growers and present argument for
all tuieabs operated by him", ,St. Paul's colored Baptist Church defense council set-up, said Howard requirements of the U. S. Sugar as high a ailing and percentageof
specifies the ordinance. More- .110 move the church building from A. Dodge, chairman of the Co, reported at a recent meetingto parity a* can be Justified
Aver each cab must have the name Its present location at the southeast council's ambulance corps. The be 1,000 more bands than are,,, When they return it will probably -
and telephone number painted on corner of "Front! street and corps: which has 600 ambulances, now employed are not IncludedIn be to advise the preparationof
each side and the rear. S. W. Third avenue diagonally I II the first fully-equipped,, uniformed the questionnaires received briefs by growers to present to
.Permits, of cab companies maybe location at and flra.eJd-tfalned civilian from Palm Beach County. ,,the department of agriculture to
revoked if driven do not drive ; %e same defense ambulance corps lathe When the farm labor require- prove justification of the relllni
safely, and very taxicab snust Intersection. country, he said. (Continued oa Pap Eight) ''f and parity asked for.


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Junk helps make guns,

tanks, ships for, .ourfighting
men . . . .
One old d-e will
Bring in anything made crapiuel automatic needed light for mb WEAP07S

of metal or rubber .' -
=old one plow JE I II I
Get paid for it on the spot piercinf

One wtleM old tire ,
Bring family provide* M much '
your rubber r to wed laOn 7 'i V I
; Spend fhe day 11.- V i V V I,

; Meet your friends help*mk old thord win A if
: ". bend penMSoe.VP f//lIww
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Let's Jolt them with Junk I:

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Ths advertisement sponsored: by. .-. .
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J Friday, August 21.1942 ,,- HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Paw Three

Armor to Be Manufactured and Sold GROWERS ASKEDContinued tional agriculture"survey" to departmentThe be checked and!ARMY ACQUIRESContinued r

JI To Public, Dr. Brewster Tells LionsThe I I follow filled In: by the farmer, read as

-- ( ..m.... One) "I would like to avail myself of I ( from Page One)
u the vocational agricultural de- the opportunity to use the school could be attained a* to whetheror
use of armor t* a* old as Harbor. partment li concerned; namely, the shop In repairing, painting or not dredge and ditchers at
the use ot arms Dr. Guys Otis The use of armor by our military training of persons and the conservation servicing the following tools: work east and south of the base
Brewster who has devoted thirty forces may be hastened In of machinery."In "Truck, tractor, roller, dusters, are already actually engaged on
two ways, he said: First, a demandby order to determine the num- sprayers, mower, hoes, rakes, the "projected drainage system".
yean to the study and develop- the public for protection for ber of farmer who desire this shovels, trailer, gas engine, elec- Capt. Henry S. Brooks, officerin
ment of body protective armor, Its boys, or a congressional per- service and the number of machines tric motors, tractor plow, tractor charge of construction, said that
1 told members ot the Redland District mit for the private purchase and' and hand-tooli requiring disc.tractor cultivator, walking "progress 1* normal" In the workat
Lion Club Tuesday night use of armor for military men: or,: repairs or servicing we are asking plows, Georgia stocks, spike harrow -: the air base. Since Aug. L"
"Shield of rawhide and wood second, by the use of a similar that you return the enclosed survey sprlngtooth harrow, pitchforks I guards have kept sightseers off the
were developed along with the armored device by the Axis pow- M soon ai possible. Your stalk cutter, planters, fertilizer roads that border the base on the
flint battle ax, the spear and the en. prompt attention to this matter distributor, hay rake, potato east and the north, except for that
bow and arrow," he aid. "Chain Dr. Brewster concluded by stating will assist us In securing equip digger, work gear (harness), portion of the southeast corner
mall was worn by the hock that his Invention U to be ment not now available and will dairy equipment, poultry equip- which Pan American Air Ferric
troop of the ruthless Asiatic con- manufactured and sold to the pub I help us to get this work under way I ment, Irrigation equipment. occupies. Persons on business
queror, Genghis Khan, while plate lic. It will be sold to private Industry before the heavy farming season "I am Interested In attending must obtain passes from the office
armor wa most highly developedIn to protect workmen from starts. I a class In the care and repair of or from the guards.Capt .
the epoch of Columbus, when falling bodies and flying particles. "We ire aware that our mailinglist farm machinery but I do not have) Al Wunder, airport manager *
the knight and his horse became Firemen will use It as a protection U far from complete. There- !any equipment that needs repair for Pan American Air Ferries
almost Invulnerable. from bricks, stone and timber fore, will you please past this Information I (or) !' sold yesterday, that transferof
"With the Increased power of when buildings crumble, and civilians on to your neighbors I "I am not Interested In a course men and equipment to the local
gunpowder and guns, plate armor may use it during air raids. and ask them to get In touch withus I of this kind .. airport I 11 proceeding a* scheduled.
wa Increased in thickness to Production doubtless will be de- ?"
withstand the penetration of bullets layed on account of shortage of I The letter wit signed by Ceo.. WANT ADS PAY I READ THE WANT-ADS
yet the Impact hock was so material he. said. N. Wakefield. head of the voca- I
great that the,armored man .was -- ---- ----------
-- ----------- -
knocked down and sustained in,.
ternal Injuries.
"Experiment on, armored animals WE WILL BE OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
a* recently 1)14 by Hud-

aon'Maxim Maxim m.chlne'1Un",' co-Inventor. proved;of that the WITH EVERY.ORDER, WE ,WILL GIVE ONE DOZEN IDlES FREE

., the great! Impact.force vof high ,
', velocity'rifle bullet caused deep
.'connection of,the .vital organs reultlng SPECIAL SPECIAL "IChlse'
.In death.- -, BIA.ft'S ESao"COFFEE
From IMS to 1917 Dr. Brewster & Sanborn' Jewel ,
experimented with various methods -
of absorbing the hock of the PEACHES pkg. 19clb.
Impact of a bullet striking armor LARD
and finally decided upon an inter- .

woven over which steel plate spring armor wire could frame be 28c 4 lb. pkg. 69c SPINACH 1k g. Z5c

fitted. Goats were covered with LIMIT WITH ORDER r"
this armor and used In test con'
ducted by Dr. Brewster, Hudson' ARMOUR'S
Maxim and the commandant of the SALAD DRESSING
U. S. ersenal. Upon finding that, MILK 5 cans for 37c t
goats were not Injured bythese
1 29c
tests, Dr. Brewster volunteered to'' Jar LIMIT WITH ORDER
try the test
In 1918, under government observation I BLUE PLATE HEINZ
he wore the armor before KELtQG'S.
a Lewis machine gun at full CORN FLAKES
velocity, at a range of ISO ft., and: Any Flnor. In Glass
advanced toward the gun while
under fire. Since then, he hat I Glass 23c 2 pkgs. 13c 2 for 27c I

voluntarily faced firing quads ... -... --.. .-..- -
over SO times to prove the valueof
his I protective device. With I TURNIP GREENS SUN-MAID SEEDLESS I,
signing of the armistice, the

ernment In 1940 lost, Dr.Interest Brewster In was. lov-I 3 No. 2 cans 25e I RAISINS. e a 2 pkgs. 25e I

to Washington where he
his. research and experiments at I II PREMIER VAN CAMP'S .
the request of the authori
ties. The primary object was the TENDERONI e 2 pkgs. 19c '
I development of helmet and body PICKLED BEETS J.jar I9c
aromor for different type of ONE PACKAGE FREE 1
,'! service and the Improvement of

t a. wo/k Admiral the quality was William under of armor Furlong the direction plate., chief This of of QUALITY MEATS FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLESGOLDEN I

ordnance of the navy and was
t Interrupted by the transfer of Admiral FRESH I
i : Furlong to command the Pacific RIPE
l. mining fleet. Admiral Furlong PORK HOCKS lb. 19c
e e e lb.
#I 1* now commandant at Pearl .' I

"Or. Leonard. Haskla PORK NECK BONES lb. lIe I
r '.. .. a,. .._,...... e FRESH GEORGIA
saw SS's" 1'1 SKINLESS PEACHES 3 Ibs. 33c

t l..H.. .. nm M- HIM. ...
..MU Me COMI...... WIENERS e lb. 26c
G..r: a Tarrr

I 1, e BOLOGNA e e lb. 29c lb. 4c II I
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BARBERING ,' HMI, by the piece lb. 33c PEAS 3 Ibs. 35c

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Haircut .M ROAST lb. 33c

' Stumpoe (Plata)_ lie LEG OF LAMB lb. 35c }
Shampee (Medicated)_ TM.SSe I -

facial geeraces '
Pack .- . .- 'ISo DAILY: 9:30A'.X.10:30A.ht.,3:30P.M.SAT.:9:30A.Al..10:30 A. M. 4:00 P. M.. 9:00P.M.
PeaUnalloo.TeaJe Fps- Tie

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,, of .,... eonI_ else 1I Ulru tiDIummlllllllImrnmIll! .;,
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ea.e.h II. .n. .t a" pat .11I. ate.a.m.ae. "'' M, SITS f
.,....... Wee the a" ofNor" AIQI 1
..1nt. 1 fU -Mr.: and Mr*. Arrh Campbell! #J. :;

... are rejoicing over the arrival of ababy .'5 I
. Patriotism a la South .,era girl\ born Thursday

, FloridaBy 1 1L log it :the Homestead .'

weighing 10V'4 pound .
same Mayhew Fitzpatrick be named Jeanette. morn-I t

Unpatriotic No-the jasmine and child are both doing nicely. "

Ixora and blue morning lory "rred Sumrnerlin 1
Bluoming together, tell a different 3 S "tl FrIday from Willacoochee, Ga. He ;"
lory. II C. A. West's nephew and I* it ,o,tfthe

The blue Jay and the red bird and present! timeemployed at.the. : I (
the old whit hen West Grocery itwe. . ," ,

Repeat the colors, and it seems to "Mrs. W. S. Dock and her '. "j .q
me thenAnyone baby daughter who was born last t. ,.1
J' .lt Thursday, left the Homestead .'
pawing by can see the l
white clouds. t7 'P"'"':''tti M' Hospital Thursday morning inline ":
condition. '
And the aoinclann ',,11IIt the JN.6TNT -"Mr*. Fred Gamer returned 'I
bright blue ..ko.A Sunday from tier vacation at Hendersonvllle jJ
free country this where we express IN'FiO IDA ? N. C..". ." 'I '.t

-"Mr. and Mn. frank John- .z

In our own way our talthfulnesJo *. eN/NIlsvr NILL? ton of Miami announce the arrival ) f

/ swear allegiance, give the flag II/IRME OF of Trunk,Jr' ,born l.ug. 11 ,) ,
salute. weighing -seven 'pound and four .
But have you given a boy to COL. ANI.J MJS,QA1 iiG.YD. ?J4IJIl ounce Mrs. Johnson wa form. ter') r

boot trOll Z VaeSZ'zL FW /D4 erly Rosebud Murphy. ;..1 1
4lDIJM. IffOKS tIKSlOU 10367 F4IT 'AlT flE SEA -"E. T. Bellow and Dr. (A. T. i 11. p

Blood Donors ,CAV1i" & / ,UW --- .iP4 3 FDirMtJV Douglas 1 from Whiter Park, fla, ;t
spent the week-end here visiting
and Wn. ,Green Rives. Mr.
diver of blood! I B
fight, to jxrr fMinnow OMAXS A fr&&..& 7L IaF2,AJNIJ IflIffIlJIfNUIJAS Rive I* Mr. Bellow lister. Ii.I

'Have -yet the power to girt to IlUM FIAAtCJF 7t7A MINM11I.t4 AWMi'lIMft, o*forCURRENT F OurJASNIGnST'PONTr : Frederick Bellow, who 'has been ., I

fighting men i spending 'the summer with Mr*. 110 r

Rial Jack which they neither Hives returned with his father toWinter ; t

fight nor live. KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR -"The Park.'Misses Virginia Cameron -
more than breath
more dear than 71* Nixon, Irma Shaw end :t I I f
Whose power my ken Is, magic and beyond 'k ,ara * '* COMMENTBy Ollie 'Roberbon'left for 'Miami, "Beach Thursday, wherethey afternoon 1 t

win spend about a .week's '

Flows mine thru to give.my vein; and it I* * '*. * V* * * -AGNEW WELSH vacation. Green In Mr Rives Cooper1 win*;cottage.tin. act'*. ." '" .I

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A.U'.I a._s ....., .-era. w..... w.1_ ." "<
Giver of blood! I, childless and -w 11. "... _..., wMtf..a -"Mr. end Mrs. A. M. Baker I
alone. 1 VENEZUELA-LAND OF "BLACK: GOLD"In :j be r .....awe w at ..aeta.seoh t t
titoMIOM resale., 46000R& left Monday on a business trip to. j c
Am kin by blood to men m nevefsee. M *..w" W bk, 14* N. .. Alabama, going in their car."
1 the extreme northwest comer -,ce. "River of Mystery. I Nth UMiC, MlMil, FU. :
I ""Mr. and Mrs: B. A. Ttbbeti t
I give them life, and t hold up I of the Republic of Venezuela, I Ceogrphically, Venezuela- it an The Importance of trifles: cuff- left Thursday in,their car Tor"a t

their hands where the Colombian peninsula ,:agricultural country. And if oil[ less trouser tot army officer enables vacation trip to' the .-west coast. r
In battle, and 4 atlll their, anguished -I has drawn Interest and workers I the war department to make They',win be gone Several 'weeks t
moan peaof from the farms.**.progressive and I 150,000 more, such to date. and don't know Just exactly where p.
When battle's ended with apart wide-awake government fat seeing hey ere going."Published. . :'
to Ihe Caribbean to form the Gulf
I to it that this latter
of me source of I In July the U. S. steel industry notice of the Intention .
of Maracalbu. inland and wealth and
connecting : widespread
That goes without me into distant prosperity I made a world' record productionmore Qf.Trankltlce, serving a t
with the Gulf I II in no way neglected. In the
lands. is the famed than seven million ton*. life sentence\ in_lht state penitentiary t
Lake Maracaibo. -mountamoui region* of the 'ndei i
Along the coast
Tot murder
a a to .apply for a I
II Giver of blood! lie and and to the north and south_of the an and Coastal range the climateIs before
| witch pardon
One can scarcely eoneelve bit board pardons t
flow lake are thousand* of square miles : temperate and the soil is good: t
land lying fallow -for 20 at Tallahassee on Sept. 11, recalls
of lowlands. This I M the most populous section of yean m
So quietly and painlessly and These swampy tropical I the country. Prom here coarse the: aa congested a region as England the Homestead bank robbery ':\ .
red . swamps were of 117 and the the
bulk but the current Issue of Geographic pursuit Of :Ii "
and .the
best of
wen of the earliest Venezuelan
.la what far place>> hU n flow the South American exploration mainland.of I I curfee, once economic backboneof chow 4O0.acae wheat field bandit, including Rice, by sheriff IV
red pose In which C. "R. Williams e
again the being harvested on Sussex Downs,
Columbus in 1498, had tolled country and still Its major:I
This blood that goes where ,I shallwsavarsw around Trinidad touching at pees agricultural export :Cocoa, e\llar,1 balf-dozen. machines dol".tIIe and the two Henderson brothers, !
ent day Puerto Colon and skirting corn cotton, fruits and vegetables, work, with girls driving the tractors ; member M the posse were killed I
'Da** what -I may not do, and the northern coast a* Tar a. the with the cattle -meats and -tilde drawing the self-binders. by the bandit at the Everglade 7
being abed water tank. ,Rice pleaded .guiltyto "
Isle from the Central plains and the
of Margarita to which he
Ha but begun to serve,' and not Its name only to return to pave his lumber and cabinet wood from That request 'Xeep: your seat l charge of aecond degree murder ,, a-
it 1
November of sircuItCQurt
In veinElaine base at Santo Domingo.f A'year. the Cuayana Ijighjandj ,In the and. remain resolute" In case .f: :-
Bechtel In Miami Citizen.. later cam a former companion of 'aouth, are. other important item disaster In' assemblies I* highly tenced life In. 117 and was:.wen- .
to He
Columbus, Alonzo'de Ojeda, with 'In Venezuelan export trade. sensible. More people have been Imprisonment. if
will t
Ghandi's Illusion a company of explorer On of the:tharks: the Orinoco and Its trio trampled to death or suffered injury reiJieseiited lor pardon by In loa his 1*application '\Faf4 1.
company wa Amerigo Vespucci ( drain almost the entire territory In stampedes than by the accident. ris." _
Mohandas K. Ghamti action In whose name the continent wa(' of the --nation *o are modern When everybody rushes \0exlta' t
advocating negotiations with Ja.pan then disaster follows If -"Mrs. Belle "Cidwalder and t. .
one day to bear, highway reaching out a* aid rout .
as the first step to be taken Putting Into Lake Maracaibo,I to Temnmerce 'or to open rich can.not rule your mild to Olt suit son, Paul *ave returned' from a.
*r an Independent India Is now the explorer found native villager undeveloped region Thirty yean until .you nil think out the best pleamant 'trip ,by motor to':their :

vevealed by the publication of the living in' shelters act as pile ago Venezuelan -highway were avenue of escape, the Safest way old home Tarpon Springs.' Miss 'j
original draft of a resolution along the swampy ahon Struck practically I non-existent Today aOMmile to run, if run you must is often In Margaret Joined them in their I
gained ..at the All-India CongressFarty with a resemblance, they gave to.1, \ network spread tan the opposite direction from to atsummer return trip abe having MeII' in .'

headquarter at Allahabad their discovery the name of "Van-2 like ever the half at the country taken by the maddened nun, school In'Tallahassee. t.
vf the firlttan government.Mr. ftl l.-"L1ttle Venice." It: was.north of the Orinoco and 'ppUFI a (Princeton)
Ghandl advocates that Indians not for them to know .or in their i river. Trunk lines run west and The $87.883 tire loa In lamf"Jamse toper returned home
wage a campaign of civil wildest imaginings of treasure toj1,south from 'Caracas.the Capital, the past year amounts tl cent I [from .a two-month' visit to 'N_
,dlaubedtaice win immediate be come upon hi this wilderness I j Chief among them"* the Simon per capita i reduction of-18 cents York a few days ago. His' laD 7 t.
.freedom from British rule and, ifAvedoKi i could they have dreamed that be- :Bolivar highway. Paved or surfaced over .the previous year and just and 'u -tn-law also returned ..
tt e tained, then to aide nee th the waters of the lake and(, over most of the distance, one-seventh that of the T7. S. But about a week ago. . ." fRedland)

to Allied force 1 under their feet aa they picked this !load connects moat of the see must eontlnne t* help pay the"Mr.. and Mr*. W. H. beast

II seem a contemptible acton their -way through ungte swamp,I;principal elites of the nation and other"feneyta. teas.Jt ,and children and Mr*. E. HvTastleft
Able part to be wailing to .gamble was a treasure-vault of "black I'form the Venezuelan sector of the .00 -0 last Monday Jar Jacksonville

on the outcome of the war by t7-1 gold,"-peroleum,-a mineral so,Pea American highway. Completed Isn't the largest thbng that !Mr*. W. H. Cast and son will goon
Brig la Jan Croat.Britain, with JI*:preciou ta as age of ecMee end ,4be yUm will JIM the do site fclMaef thing A college to Indiana Jar a visit with
aback to the wall to promise Indeipendenc Invention centuries sway that'capital* at Venezuela Colombia professor makes the statement friend In Attica and Indianapolis.'

*) to India when they haveJwen wan would be fought-lor;111lOlL ...- and Ecuador, the.three countries that the two smallest countries .c 'while -the vest of the family Will
told that this will be done which composed the early.republicof the .world-Palestine and CreaeeTvawe vwtt in Jacksonville. (Redhmd)

after the war -as ._. Gold there WM hi Venezuela, Greater Col lnw.. .f which! exerted more Influence!! _-We an glad to note The return

It Should fee particularly Wand ad Precious .*.**,'chM IIM* tn 1 Bolivar ...* '*. alntVraametaa open M Victory 'e* the tnnaan of T. ... caaar.,*ran.*t*
that, in World War' L Germany Spanish fluecU They are still .LInked in She;patriotlen At race than all the rest of the world. visit with friend In Alabama wrA
tried to stir ta :bdiu Xl.
up days AutDtlMM0Mmy gMmmedans again Greet fiiitata.bu [usentioth: as .boy +tiow Nam .1' ,eosed7h 5 AKA i. the ,blast the . City
< forcing the SuttafrCallr* of t place subordinate to the '
pntroa- tepnblic :flowered
Irani too Urn An erver nays that Ifwe ee- -"LIttle ,XmUyann Duncaa
Turkey head of ill 3atatn, rto e- urn dapairaj'cf the _1.... T-' Cpanbh *
rolony'ef'Cae the
new world cape laG w ecrap-heap of
atewas the modest hostess wt a partrO
ashes the-ATlW
holy war ageJnet
day Venecueia \pr4udn| taw Ie proclaim.JH Jnaeawadanee ctdBot,one l ut of fifteen of us w on Tuesday afternoon' ee\ bnt-
(countries iy displaying She sacred
UthamaUoftn etbor dadaAtaarieaa .fliiaugh elected -congr***. The reach the."crazy hovweHe they Ion of her eve nd birthday. . .
IlIaC of Mohammed M.* alga for watione can >load ad U father I*tit K was the gnat BoBj wore.osw* called. Vow use can The guetts were:: Baton and dayton "
the holy .... Oarannv *
Vanning atpaeed ant by the United states j himself tteaa
w rrag is Veosevelan. wto M hospital for the rnen tank Lehman Virginia ..and NanoyHoenichel
tailed in this scheme fcut Ja 'M'Ir and StMtia., sand ther M sew!t anew at jMtrioM 1823 When 1H.*A Yew*years ago Georgia had Oorothy JIIId Cart De-

..-mP ) mwpam.d. Aaanw tm1ul.n j Usetrocn tat Sposideftsw swan .... Y""III1 -.s cases and Alabama's den. Henrietta Moss and Lillian
sonar; owes 'JO wild. country,*f the upper Orlao i the .00untiy: .. ,psUanunumbered "2). fUde" (Florida Qty 11 '

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HOSPITAL NEWS visited Mr. and Mr*. W. W, Sev-
I Mr*. Lewis Odgum of Gouldi FLORIDA CITY try and daughter Tuesday. Mr
underwent a major operation Jn Warren Caron la an uncle of Mr*. Severy.
In and Jiround the James Archer Smith Hospital I Bt Sentry
I Tuesday.Mr It. C. Aldrich returned Tuesday
I T. L. AfcGarrah of Imock- Roy Chandler and his liter i from a 10-day Hilt with Tech
alee underwent a minor operation : Mils Lily Chandler of Coral, St and Mr*. L. C. Aldrich Jr.
HomesteadMr i I I Wednesday.. i Cable, left Thursday for Atlanta' In Orlando.
T. J. Rayburn was taken to the
I wtiere they will visit relatives for Little Phyllis DeiU is 111 at km
!I hospital Wednesday: for treatment, a few week horn .
and Otha Ray of Marathon was _

I ? and Mrs. J. M. Holferty are York City pent the week-end taken there Tuesday? I Adrian Caron of San Pedro The Rev. Louis Minter announces
expected to return Sunday from a with Mr.Miller's uncle and aunt, I .%eke Martin was returned to Honduras, who was on his way that a scrap drive la be-
visit with their son-l -law and Mr. and Mr*. Herbert Hunter. hH home Monday. home after a year In New Orleans (Continued an Pact Seven)
:daughter, Pral. .Dd Mr*. Floyd Mr*. Miller i* the former Min
Aryan IB Evanston JO. Beth Hunter.. ,
I a .
.: Mrs. Geo.' N. WakeOald and Miu Dorothy Kyle left this '-
children Barbara Jean and Nor- week for Vero Beach where she
too left Tuesday to visit Din will make her home with an uncle :=ANSWERINC TIE NATION'S CALL
Wakefleld'i. mother. Mrs. A. J. and aunt.
Draper in Boyklos, V*. I
Miss Antoinette Moye returned I
E. L. Lawrence returned Saturday ,' Saturday from Lake Junaluska KaUreU traea rte4ieii Mae' a vital pert In time
from San Antonio Texas" N. c., where the spent two week' el ...... It Makes veadMe the BMW reduction e*
where his eon, Lieut. Edwin Law-: in a Methodist leadership training war trnplueatula **.. which e* moth ......... It
#i franca" i* getting his flight train-i school. speeds the training Mi aaevanmit ef armed form,
'i ,ing at Kelly Field for .the army Hkelr equip sent sad ....*.Iea. WHbewt K Vwte Jea>
:; air oorps. Carl Piowaty, manager of Flort= could scarcely hape *. .....
da Lime and Avocado Growers, '
We .f UM Florida East Cent Railway reeliee IkkreepenlbUity
Mrs. J. a Seats who returned returned Tuesday from a trip .
and M"
mwetW ales jMkUea'
'by plane Friday from San Juan, through the northern market cen \ ..
.. We. cooperating closely wiUi cevcrasBent sad
Puerto Rico, where Mr. Seat has tom
I aaiUUry aulherlUe !. providing the kind sad ._.
been employed is visiting her parents 'Utr ef transportation she emergency _---. Ia
Mr.and Mr*. Herbert lInt.l.eI" Mrs. Herbert Hunter spent threedays
wMIHen.-we are enttavlng teyrrrUe aUatdarief
last a blab
week In Fort Lauderdale
her I Veralar ftarntrr end freight aervk TbJa calls
visiting brother-in-law and
far -exWm effect, efficiency aM aaerlflee the .
MI art
Mr. *nd Mrs. Glenn Bute eve sister Mr*. and Mrs. J. W. Ludlum -
I- st .u .f n. It as a. eentrlberttea to the _&ilia..
West where Mr. i
to Key
1 ore glad to anake.tfatarally. .
will be employed In an engineering -
capacity. Mr*. James M. Carson of Coral te .hurdling Ism" mad dUltary *n4etvUiaa
Cables and her children Carol f trams lees faxeaTeeUemts Gray ere_. Wises
: Mrs. Annie gds rslw who oper- and Jack, Accompanied by Mill tested r they X ''Faiueauaet we are serving wade eau aa
I ate a tea room In Faulty' Island Della Webb, of Kenansville visited y well aa yea ttlaodBt: the woe muss FIRS?. We
, S. C. '. in Homestead on a here Wednesday with Mn. Car- apMeeiete sad bow ore snit rev ......... patneap -
'brief business trip. She plans to eon's mother. Mrs. J. Milton Leach, Mid *ui4eiBteadlnc.WASTE .
return to Homestead for the win-I and with -Mr. and -Mrs. Ban
1er. Archer. Miss Carson I* spending I 16
' several day with the Archer MIitif'
?' Mr*. Nan Perry of Miami i* while Mrs. Carson, Jack and Miss I
"2. I pending several day visiting Mr*. [Webb lay in Coral .Gable be-
,% W. L risk and her sister, Mr fore returning to Carats the Carson -
., farm at Kenansville.
,fT" ,Ben Frantc in Homestead. I ,
1 Mrs. R H. Smlth'of Bradenton I Jack Roberta, son of Mr. and
'and daughter. Marie, spent the Mrs. John A. Roberts of Macon,
'week-end Homestead with Mr. Oa. arrived Tuesday to spend a
!Smith, who 1* an inspector at the week at the home of his uncle, 1
| (;county airport m Homestead. J. H. Roberts of Homestead. I II
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Wilbur .Archerof 'Jacksonville
and .hi* daughter Betsy, were I Mr. and Mrs. R B. Pullen are ( '
over-night guest of Mr. Archer now living In an apartment m
brother and sister-in-law, Mr.-and Miss Josephine Pratt' home.

Mr. Ben:Archer. Tuesday. <
Mrs. Clifford Titus arrived from t
The Rev. O. Sewell Palmer. pastor Puerto Rico last week for a visit
I' of Homestead Methodist of several week with her lather
Church, underwent an operation J. ft Robert She and tier liner, -
In the James Archer 'Smith Hospital Mill Mary Robert, are pending
,. Tuesday. several day this week In Miami. -

> Mrs Fred Xufeldt at Sedland
: the week-end In Key West .II
fapent Mr. Kufeldt who 1* employed al1:1t. :.T.",

I a* welder there.I .
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i Mr. ad Mr: Cleve Taylor who
l have been living In Homestead '
r while Mr. Taylor -weoortnected
i with the pipeline have moved to

f Edenton" X C. I"" FERTILIZER]
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H: Collier 1H t h "hinne on ,
V N. W.. Fourth street !;

Margaret and Betty GUnman re-
i7. turned Wednesday from a twoI I .
.. month stay it Camp Juliette Low d .
; a Girt Scout camp to northern tr.

fy Oeorgta.Mr ...

. Sidney Kendrick, Jr.ipent
the week-end in Perrlne visiting IF THE WEATHER IS DRY, .
Mr*. Sell Nickenoa, .
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Mr. and Mus. Merle I:. Miller of I : -. : DON'T WAIT TO IRRIGATE; OR .

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


Aug. 22-Junior Woman's Club
dance for benefit of Homestead Mr*. H. H. Beattie of Homestead Homestead, was elected district
Donald Swazey Ames of Homestead silk dress with matching accessories Casualty Station. was Installed district deputy president treasurer, and Mrs. Blanche Chapman

and Miss Martha Olivia and a white rose corsage. Aug. 24-Meeting of Jennie of the Rebekah lodges In this a member of the Homestead
Mrs. Ames has lived In Miami district Tuesday evening at a district lodge, was elected warden.
Watkins of Miami were married Lobdell Circle with Mrs. B. M. "
most of her life and she was Hindman. meeting held In Coconut Mrs. Edith Brand of Miami Junior
at 7 o'clock Saturday evening In from Miami Edison
graduated 28-Covered Grove. past district deputy president,
the Holy Cross Episcopal Church: SchooL She Is Aug. dish supper of the officers
I High now employed was assisted In Installing i
land Mrs. H. M. Degler. noble grandof
Community Church at 630.
In Miami the 'the Rev. : i .
by rector by Intercontlnent Aircraft by Mrs. Barbara Hendry
Aug. 2-Covered dish of Liberty Rebekah lodge of
O. W. Casque. Only members of Corporation in Miami supper who acted as marshal
Ad Astra Chapter O. E. S
the two families were present. Mr. Ames is a son of Mr. and Punch and cookies were served .
The bride was given in marriage Mrs. E. A. Ames of Newton road. park. OUTLOOK CIRCLE MEETS after the meeting. .
'by her father, Ernest H. Doyle. He was graduated from Redland Sept. Redland Neighborhood WITH MRS. IVAN MOSER

The muld of honor was Miss Mar High School and attended Anderson I Calderwood.Club meeting with Mrs. Chas. Mrs. Ivan Moser was hostess to THREE LINK CLUB MEETS

ianne Watkins, sister of the bride Airplane School In Nashville the members of Outlook Circle of WITH MRS. CAPUNGEE
Sept. *-Meeting of
and the bart man was Robert Tenn. He also is connected with Legion the W. S. C. S. of Homestead Members of the Three Link
brother of the Intercontinent Auxiliary in hall at (:.30 p. m.
Ames bridegroom.The Aircraft Corporation Sept. Methodist Church Tuesday evening Club were entertained at the homeof
bride wore a white crepe in Miami Episcopal Auxiliarymeeting at her home. A social hour Mrs. E. S. Caplinger on Aug. '

street-length dress with white accessories They are living In their new R. Bird. at the home of Mrs. W. followed the short business meet- 13. After a short business meeting -
and a gardenia corsage. home at 4858 S. W. Twelfth street
bingo was played.
The maid of honor wore a white In Miami. Sept Sept. 4-Y.7 W. A. study course. ing.Present were: Mrs. J. E. Close, Present 'were:. Mrs.. Anna M..-
-Meeting of HomesteadB.
Mrs. David Williams Miss Mary
icrsmith Mrs. Florence Pacetti,
P. W. C.
at home of Mrs. E.
MISS MILDRED AVERT PRESBYTERIAN GROUP I A: Froscher McNelll. Misses Antoinette and Mrs. Blanche Chapmaq. Mrs. Belle

TELLS OF DEACONESS WORK.: HAS OUTDOOR PARTY Sept. 7-at Meeting I p. m. of Junior Helen Moye and] Mrs. Moser. Carett ,M.... H. .M. Defiler and

Miss Mildred Avery. a former Wednesday evening the young ,Woman's Club at home of Mrs. I Mrs. CapUoger.i
Homestead resident who is now'deaconess people of the Homestead: Presbyterian Ted Oldendort this section as a ape.ker'befO r' -
at the Georgia State Church service clubs, radio
a enjoyed a swimming as a speakerand ;JI
Methodliit home at Cedar teacher Memorta1,I (, -
Pine party followed by a steak as : of Bryan '
Ga.. spoke on the work being done fry at the municipal park. BENEFIT SUPPER TO BE Bible Class which meets In Bay-'I SRI.: .

in the borne at a meeting of the Present were: Miss Dorothy .SERVED IN REDLAND front park In- Miami.'during the
Woman's Society of Christian f'iBehrens Miss Avis Bitting,' Miss A benefit supper will\ be given winter season. Before coming to Mrs. Arvilla Booth.

Service of the Homestead Methodist -t[Margaret Booth, Miss Its Jean Wednesday evening Aug. 26, at Florida Dr. Williams was president r. {

Church Tuesday afternoon In]jlrwln. Miss Irene Jackson Miss 130: In Redland Community of Teacher's College In. New

the church The home cares for!|]. Ann Hickaon Misses Helen and Church. All friends of the church York. i j jAppetising : CHARIS

babies as well as for old folk, Susan Pope, Miss Wanda Sickle, are invited to attend. I
she said. I|(the Rev. Geo. H. Ricks, Bond Bit Mrs. H. J. Armstrong will\ bechairman

Those Liking part on a short ting, Bill Hampton, Joe HIckson I of the supper. The Home CorsetryPrices

missionary program were Mrs. A. 'Tom Hodges, Vernon Jackson and charge-will be unusually low.

S. Moye. Mrs. E. S. Caplinger, Paul Rue.JUNIOR I
Mrs. Dun Williams. Mrs. Ceo.) Lehman said. SANDWICHES from3.50to

Ranson and Mrs. Sam J. Davis. I,{ CLUB HOLDS Mrs. R. R. Relmert, Mrs. Glenn DRINKS '\'
Present were: Mn. O. L. Sho DINNER !MEETINGA Buie and Mrs. Lehman attendeda 13.95 ;

walter Mr*. J. L. Ballard! Mrs dinner meeting of the Junior course for instructors' Miami SHORT ORDERS

N. 0 Bull Mrs Casper Williams,' Woman's Club was held Monday Saturday. "
at I
Mrs Dan Williams Mrs. Vivan night at Redland Cafe with Mrs I'

Booth Mrs S. F. Matthews Mrs.I T. J. Walker and Mrs. John Bark 31 N. W. 4th Street "
J. W. Avery Mrs. Jason Avery er as hostesses. Mrs. Davis Will Direct' DICK'S BARBECUE

Mrs. Selma RelU Mrs. Virgil Ly-I, Rummy was played after din Redland Red Cross Room I Homestead, Fla.WANT (
on, Mrs. D. L. Bowen Mrs. J, D. P. s. 1 at tth Street }
Redd, Mrs Davis Mrs. Moye, Mrs. ner.Present were: Mrs. Allen Neal ---- I Homestead Florida ojr
A Red
Caplinger. Mrs. Ranson, Mils( Helen Mrs. B.\!slay Dendy Mrs-Augustus Cross surgical dressings r
Livingston and Miss Avery. Wynn Mrs. Roberta Harrison room will be opened at the Red-
land teacherage on Sept. 11, an- _
Mrs. Olin Wright Mrs. James L. --- --
RERLKAII LODGE INITIATES Bird. Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop Mrs. nounces Mrs. Sam J. Davis who

TWO NEW MEMBERS:: Ted Oldendorf Mrs. Bruce Ennis. will have charge of the room. She ? ,
will be assisted by Mrs. L. H.
Liberty, Rebekah Lodge .of Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Barker and VALUES
Homestead Initiated two members, Miss Birdie Home. Klopp, also of Redland. The Red-
land room Is being opened to accommodate \
Mrs. Edward Tlsdale and Mrs.
those unable to
Aron After Gorday the meeting, Monday refreshmentswere night Red, Cross Report Shows to the Homestead Red Crow come room

served by Mrs. Florence Pa- Increased Production because of the gasoline shortage.Mrs. .Y I
cetU and Mrs. Sidney Kendrick. Davis was notified by Mrs.
M. F. Wittchen, vlce-chalman of
Four hundred eight more surgical -
Dade County Red Cross Chapterand
COVERED DISH SUPPERA dressings have been made In director of women's activities.The Jack DIXIE DRUG Reward
the Homestead'Red Cross room JohnsonrtMBes
Redland will be Path
covered dish supper will beheld room open ,
during the first two weeks in August -
each afternoon from 1 o'clock till
by members of Ad Astra
than during the last two 1* and 1111 :
Chapter of the O. E. S. next Friday weeks 5 or 6. Evening hours will be i iFintaid
July, announces Mrs.
added if the demand warrants
night In the ,,
municipal park .
Lee H. Lehman, director of the
Mrs. Davis ,aid. 'I
to observe the birthday anniversary work. 25c SIZE

of Robert Morris, founder .of From July 15 to July 31, seven
the Order of the Eastern QU/K-BANDS f9c
ty-two workers spent 437 Vt hours Dr. Geo. C. WilliamsTo .
Miss Esther:
Livingston, grand making 2,799 dressings, and from Be Guest SpeakerDr.
chaplain of the Is
state In
Aug. 1 toAug. IS, seventy-three, '
arrangements. Members of the Fresh Ice Cream
workers spent 458 hour marking TABlETS'79c
Naranja chapter are invited. 3,207 dressings. Georgs C. Williams of Miami
will be guest speaker Sunday at
"This does not mean, said Mrs.
MEETS WITH MRS. CHASE the 11 oTclock service of Home.stead
+ NEIGHBORHOOD CLUBMrs. Lehman, "that the same women Church Made Daily Klenio Cocoanut Oil
Presbyterian announces -
have served all these hours; the
L. O. Chase was hostess to the Rev. Geo. H. Ricks, SHAMPOORiktr'l 33c
workers have changed and do not sw.a
the Redland Neighborhood pastor of the
Club at work regularly. church. His subject In Our Store
her home on Silver Palm drive "We' need more workers for the I will be "The Kingdom of Forgotten -
Wednesday afternoon. Men." --494 Vas I
morning and afternoon as well a*
Games were played and Mrs. Dr. C. r. Robinson will have
work. We
the evening can use 1C PETROFOL 33cRU''ii
Ceo. Wright gave several readings. workers at one time. It Is suggested I charge of the music.
Others present were: Mrs. L. H. that neighborhood groups Dr. Williams Is well known In
Klopp, Mrs. Chas. Cslderwood Pwes sI
work together and the workers :;
Mrs. R. A. Holmes Mn. Ralph I ALCOHOL
take turns in providing transpor
Klngman, Mrs. Frederick Weber, tation." I AH CONDITIONED COIUOVNtl
Mary Furry Mrs. J. ,
The room is open five days I +.
Davis, Mrs. J. A. Rotherham and 11"Uhm tiss s* iii" P. M. 50TH 101I +
week from SOo'clock: till S, and A....... act ,r. .. i ie
Mrs. W. W Cunningham I on Monday and Tuesday avenin,.. e tA plow Pw oof

Groups may come on other evenings Venetian Skating Rink MINERAL Oil ;.
if they make I request Mrs.

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now-low i Six-ounce shelf bottles filled 90TH 1OII49C

: Furniture Co.' I PHONE 9108 or 389 with these products. Each: hi p5.4 s.esse

bottle marked with name of ANT IS E P.T I C

HOMESTEAD CAB SERVICE lte Get one of each, W. ....
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] I 'Conserve* And Foods Care of- by Electric Efficient Refrigerator User IN HOMESTEAD AND AROUND; CLASSIFIED ADS //1 I

1105T01'5 NOT!I This h the tint hi a *rrk W ulh-ln prepared ky bow -- HATE; first Insertion 104 a line; subsequent Insertion II III
am_ ......n .- tk* Florid P. sad w.t Cwrw. Tk* mnmt vtkl will u. has
to Ml the or. tk rl.....le nn*. I (Continued from Page Five) I
Ing sponsored by the Florida City I
"aAs ( consumer In the total culate Inside the cabinet. Community Church. Anyone having -

defense of democracy I will do Keep the door closed as muchas scrap metal rubber etc.. la FOR RENT J LOST

DS to make my home, my possible. This prevents the I requested to take it to the rear of
[ ply part cold air from "spilling out", which the church yard. ATTRACTIVE bungalow nicely GRAY Persian cat, female, has
eommunlty, my country, ready causes the temperature to rite I furnished. Walking distance I been missing about 3 weeks

i t 'efficient .tron,. I will buy care- and the motor to start Mrs. Fritz Schroeder and children -' from business section and school i Notify D. P. Klllin. worth at
of Do not maintain Glenn and Helen Box 735, Homestead or Phone 8S Wollamand, Kendrick
fully. I will take good care a temperature i were Grocery
Pad the things I have. I will waste that is colder than you really 1I'Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. Saturday p. m.. Sunday a. m. or I I or phone prI' No.
need. Set the control to "averal. -f H. Chase of Miami. Monday. (all)

I nothing.. .", or around 40* F.Defrost { Is
n. r words constitute the the'' Mrs C. O. Lowe and children of FURNISHED house for rent See!
at when the frost on WANTEDTUTORING
Key West moved to the Cox_, L. O. Hall at Berger residence
t'. pledge, taken by millions of I I freezing! compartment IB about '4''
10th and Krome.
dry ) house on Thirteenth street Sun-I .(jyStf) I
' !|Inch thick-usually once a week.! :
American housewives during Civilian l day. I WANTED high
( Defense Week. They epitomize | When defrosted clean the Inside PARTLY: furnished house in Florida school and grade school ..ub.lrc8.loin. .
ed I ot the cabinet and shelves with oilcloth The Rev. Louis Minter returned City; running hot and cold H. J. Armstrong A. B.
the part our women must rung out of cool water in I Saturday from a visit with relates water; fruit trees; nice yard. Plummer drive and Country

pity In the struggle ahead. i which soda or borax his been) n Danvlle, Va. Apply Homestead Leader,Phone Club road.

There ii no room for waste In'1'dissolved. Be sure to wash cooling -| 2. (a24tf)
I Joe Farraro U recovering! froman
wartime America whether It be unit-that's where food odors I NOTICE' OF APPLICATION
attack of tonsllitis.James .
akne In Industry. the armed forces, or collect. I FOR SALE I W4IT Art of INS
In the iver.e home. j Wash the door gasket with soap Stevens and S'. Clair De-I File A.'." ,
I' serve" has become a , I[and water when cleaning the re- mere of Chuckaluskee visited Mrs. 1937 FORD sedan; economical 60 RUnrli holds of Rtalo 4.4

,t- wartime America-conserve food! .I I frlgerator. And be sure that the St Clair Derriere and family several horsepower motor In excellent Count InI.fey:at"Ju Ju.,... .A.. I N>..1V40.MSH4 km Ivimltk filed

conserve vitamins by getting the gasket seals the door tightly. I days last week. J condition; tires fair. Owner MUM In my off*... and IIM made n pllMUO >

rileIle Y full nutritive value from the|I I Do not use a sharp instrumentto Mr. and M-srt;: : Brown and must sell to get college money.)j'' *sold for. OrtirktM a tax deal_to h........bound the followIn lk.ro.oi. .
foods you serve .conserve ant., force trays free or remove Phone 2 or 589-R dim wlh.d property In the County of
I family of Chuckaluskee moved i I, D Jr. But of riarMm' h.wNI
tome equipment by Using It efficiently i I frost This may cause chipping here Wednesday. II ft, trip K of Lot 4. ant FHn.Ru .
and taking proper care of]'I:or even puncture the surface. UNDERWOOD typewriterVIU go Hlh t, 111._.. I Bi*.. Plea.
Htt. That Is considered en all-Im I'' Wipe up spilled foods immedi I I Albert Brown' has; returned t tI quickly at .$4$ because condition :lt::;lc..atw S. PM of ,4..In..the. County 0(

portant job on the home front for! ately. Do not let acid foods such Key West. from is good /nfl (typewriters The sam..mest of paid. pr.twrly under
I I scarce. 14 1(. W. Third I the MM. emlfH-nu wu In the Mm. vf
the duration.In streetHomestead. .
as vinegar lemons or tomatoes J. H Cuuruwnllnlw .
j I Mrs. D. Haberlandt of .. ..... .. .
the modern home the MM "It. k H to re
re- touch the enamel unless it is acid ,
several I .... <
f and her son Bobby spent deemed nrrontln to tow >nwr' ydnrriKnl
!rf l1ltor assumes especial Importance resistant thesis, will .- ouW .. the. nick.Ml .
of I I days this week with Mrs W. F. A. J REMINGTON typewriter used : bidder .. the Court H._ dear nn the.
as a means con.erv.1 Use mild soap and warm water Robertson.Mr. comparatively little. Best offer I first Mnndny In the. month of Orlnhrr,
-1 .ing foods. Care and maintenanceof I to clean the outside of the cabl-],, I' takes it. Phone 299-W. :a....... which. b the. Sth day ... OrtoWr,
the electric refrigerator Is relatively :net never use gritty cleansers.If . and! Mrs. G. M. Arbogast Voted this \1111 day .of A".'.... 1142

simple and many years of the finish Is other than porcelain returned Tuesday from a stay of!BOTTLED gas ranlelar or Clerk K. R.of 1.KATHERMAN.C'I..ull ('....".
continuous and economical service wax It two or three times a several months in Philadelphia.Mrs. I small immediate installation. tads Counts. Phwids.
tray be obtained by following I Phone !l09.J, Virgil D. Lyon, 32 Circuit: Corn east
a few simple rules. j year.When week-end I Charles Clinton spent several -, N. Krome ave. (aM) I. / II.B.II.N.5 C.....Lt.5TERRETT.. 11. :19451_D. CoAue.
for the
Be sure that your refrigerator leaving days in Key West last week.). -
control to ... I ,
I .
turn the temperature OP APPLICATION
Is placed so that it Is shielded : -- and (CHRISTMAS: vines, rooted; young NOTICE
H. Worley FOR TAX a.E"
the lowest point-not to "de- Mr. and Mrs. R.
,from the sun most of the time '. of Miami left' mango trees and papayas. Mrs. Chapter 17167-Aet..1 "I
land Is few frost" little Betty Harding N .G. Ball, 13 N. E. 8th I File A.54M
a inches from !
away for a visit of a week Sta7tf NOTICE I* HF.RFRY GIVEN that K C.
the wall (for free air circulation).' The heart of your refrigerator Saturday | ) ......ftn. holder of State ml Cminly. T..
I II with friends In Hawthorne. Ortirir. .t. No IITH4 tffart the and day
Walt Is the motor. If it Is "hermetlcallyeealed" -
hot foods cool off Mn.ljI nf June. A. D. ",.. hu filed MIM InI
Wore placing them in the re- It may not require Sunday guests of Mr. and 1 PLOW, 2 Cole planters sprayer,I'' my offim and has made Ki.llriilHM. .for

frigerator. This will decrease the I oiling or adjusting. If it is an"opentype" I I R. E. Scott Sr. were Mr and Mrs.iR I other tools. Chas. J. Fay now a tax. deed. to nhnM k*..*issued the Uirmw f............ S dr.rrlkH MICrttlflrat. .
operating time and save current however. It shouldbe E. Scot Jr. Mrs. Gladys Cli- at 110 Fifth street (a7-J4) I Broprrty In the C.mnly.f. P...".
4 I I I tw of norida. to-wlt I
Do not "crowd" the food.-.llow periodically oiled and adjusted.; ett and! Mrs. Nina Brandenburg1! I Lot 4. Hlnrk S. HtrnuniHi fth.rir.inTrart.
4:a sufficient space between all Have your service man check I I all of Miami,.and Bob Crltedon of !SPENCER Conetleln-.Appolnt- I Sub. PUt Hook. .. !'...' U". I.
In Ito County of P d* lui of Florr. .
ments in Homestead Helen
Jooii. _so that air can freely cir :your refrigerator once a year: Cora Gables. u __, d4
Heckler, Z35Z N. W. 7th St., Th'* nnuoinirnl of MM r.tnrrlir under.
the MM err../...... woo IsM name of
Miami. Phone 48-2309.
I .
f1 (PJ3I-S25) i Unkncnm.I'nln' .. Mid rrrtlflraU .h>ll k* r*.
deemed minting hi Inw the pn|irrtydrorrihrd
. I thrrrln will. k. .'ud t.i the 51x1..
24-INCH disc saw latest type removable .I bidder .! the Court House door .. the
"first II...... In the math of (VKArr1UI. .
I teeth, with mandrill which I 10 the Ilk day of VI.._.
$33. Bauer dr. and County Club '"'.
J .... '. I rd. Phone 245W. (pjy3-10) Dated this lath day K H i4. IXANKRMAN.CIrk .

. of Llmill "'auraPad.
'" '5-ACRE lime grove, 2 miles from Cuu.ta. Fh.WsCiredt
: Court Feel l
bank bid,. Can be bought real ' Hy N. C. STrRHKTT: D C.Au. .
I NOTICEThe I I sonable. Mrs. M A. Berger N.+, ( .. tl. !S. Brpt. 4. 11 II4I1

Krome ave and 10th st, Home- '
I stead. (m-tf) -

-- 1 DR. 11 I. A. BERGER
J1 At a regular meeting on Sept. '
'18, bids will be received for fur- DentistFirst
City Council of the City of I"nlshing 12 months' supply of gas- '

olne, fuel oil kerosene and lubricating National Bank '
.1 oil to the city of Homestead.

i Homestead will sit on the follow- 'I Information as to quantities and Building
;specifications| may be obtained at
the office of the clerk.
. city
I I R. E. EDWARDS, Office Hours 8:30-4:30
10th 17th 24th
I ing dates: August I City clerk. Op... Fvrnmn b" ppnlntBvrnl

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'31st, at 8:00 P. M. at the City Hall


as a board of equalization. Any- ; Osteopathic PhysicianPhone


one having any. complaints on the : .. 39Homestead

1942 tax valuation should refer i Fla.

Brown's Store
I Over Drug )

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Paste Eight HOMESTEAD. LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, Augnst 2t, 194%'

:BICYCLES HARD 1943 Drivers' Licenses DANCE PROCEEDSGO "First Drill in Handling of Wounded I'I

Sold Over Counter Now
I Given at Homestead Casualty) Station

TO GET AS NEW\ Driven licenses for 1M1 are FOR MEDICALSUPPLIES --

now on sale in Homestead and art I The first organized first kid such as operating, first-aid, wound \

ORDERARRIVES Issued direct to applicants insteadof HERE drill for the personnel of thaHom"tead" i dressing, patient-receiving, clerks,
being delayel until the application morgue, cafeteria and supply I
blanks clear through Maml i Casualty Station was! .
Supplies such at dishes, canned .
Permits to buy bicycles became' It was announced yesterday at, To provide medlc.llllppll.. for held at the regular meeting Wed- goods, blankets,, sheets, stove,

"tarder to get with receipt here Legion Tag Agency, S. Krome the Homestead Casualty Station nesday night In the Chamber of pots, pans, brooms, pillow cases,

.Monday by the local rationing avenue. the Junior Woman's- Club of Commerce building. pillows, and old sheets! to be torn I
oard of revised regulations is-, Holders of 1942 licenses who apply Into articles neededfor
Homestead Is sponsoring a .dance Those who were not flnt-ald- bandages, .re-
ued by the state rationing board by Oct. i, will not have to In the Chamber of Commerce the station.
take the driving test given by trained acted as "victims and on
hairman on Aug. It. building -tomorrow night : Homestead Auxiliary Medical
To qualify for a bicycle permit state road patrol officers. The entire net proceeds will be each. wu a slip ot paper describing Corps meets and drills at the f
ppllcsnt must be: Applicants having 1942 operator's used to purchase firrt-ald kits for'I his "wounds". Remaining station each Wednesday night

Physicians, embalmers Red'ross or chauffeur1 cards Issued groups of field workers as wellas members divided Into teama, administered Anyone Interested Is Invited to \
or social workers, ministers outside of Florida will have to to buy other medical needs not tint aid and transported Join. '
f the gospel fire fighters, police wait until their licenses clear furnished by the Dade County the "victims" to the sta-
itflcers, official through Miami.Ashamed II tion.
government Defense Council. Ten-Week Sugar Ration
ommon carriers farm workers, Dancing will be from 10 until 2 The drill was directed by Mrs
;r: of Own Junk to the music of Roger Sanford'i I:. A. Robert, a tint aid instructor .Available at One Time
"Persons engaged In and require orchestra.Reservations. i .Geo. B. Oldham, division. supervisor .
ig a bicycle for delivery of Man Finds 9 Old Stoves may be made with and Mrs. Ted Oldendorf, Sugar stamp No. 8 may be usei;

tessaies, materials, goods and ; Mrs. Adrian Jacobs. Mrs. Ted co-captain of the casualty station. for the purchase of five pounds i
voducts essential to the public I Theimportance of giving the Oldendorf Is general chairman.. The entire east wing of the of sugar at any time within the, ;
welfare or the war effoat, Includig Junk drive every co-operation was I Chamber of Commerce building ten-week period between Aug 23
wholesale delivery and deliv Impressied upon Homestead Rotarians Is being used to establish the and Oct. 31, according to a letter i

ry to ultimate consumer, Such at the meeting Wednesday station. Partitions are being set received Wednesday by the. local'
letsages, goods and products' in- in Legion hall by A. L. Reynoldsof POST GOES OVER up to divide the space Into roomsto rationing board from the chairman #

ude but are not limited to foods, Miami, chairman of the speakers I be used for various purposes Of the state rationing board
rug and medical supplies, radio- bureau of the Dade County WITH
Tarns, cables, telegrams, newsapera Defense Council's division of information ,
magazines, periodicals and education and morale, f
.moral hardware and commercial and past president of the Miami 1909 RECORDSNineteen
'lundry.* !Rotary Club

He bicycle permit wilT be .- ,i. Mr. Reynolds told.how he became .- .1 TURNERS FUNERAL

ted to an applicant who be the ashamed of the small amount hundred and nine
..He of an automobile or motor- I at scrap metal his home was able '
phonograph records were shipped
I to raise and scouted around ,
rcl* a
by. the John C. Sallay Post American
Issued nearby vacant lot and found ninediscarded
Permits by the local ra-
to the Columbia
I Legion, Saturday -
onina beard sine* Aug. 1 sr* as'ollowt e1eotrI. stoves from a '
Record Corp.. at Bridgeport -
: neighboring apartment house In I Conn.. The combined quotasof i 'Z our iknZulalm San e
New truck tires South Dade time for collection In the Lions I,
tha post and its auxiliary totaled
::arms, 8; P. S. Stapleton, 2; Bryat drive Sunday I 1875, 10 the local Legionnaires LADS ATJaWDAUT> 1
4V Lounsberry, I; L L. Hood, "There: la. scrap to bw found :.t
I went over the top with their
l, David C. Williams, 1; X D. you take the trouble* besei !lames, I. Power .. Archibald. I( Four trucks were volunteered for 3T,9MOM records
Wm. Angellni. J; W. B. Doubvxly, far a cellectfoar: drive which the The records will be sold ai scrap '.
2; c. S. Raulatton, I. C. H' Rote voted to make newt Wednesday
and the derived Uieieftum
Cooper, 2;' Florida Urn .* A o> afternoon after their meeting will.be used to buy new records
ado Growers, 1; L-IlL: BoIcaaIII, hour, with. the assistance of the 1
of music.that "hits the spot" tobe
( O. B. Parker, 2; Freak 1e, Hey Scouts and Future Farmers. .
sent to America's fighting men
I. 4 .. wherever they may be throughoutthe
Passenger car tiN< Marts

thlen..4. JUNKJtALLY [ Wm.world.J. Oronlmo, post adjutant,
Truck: recaps: Archibald 8f Pow-
expressed: gratitudefor the cooperation
-i, 1; Daniel Williams, S; R. A.i (Continued from Page One) shown ln> the drive so ...
man, 4;. Bryant Lountberry the Junior Commandos Monday I successfully completed.
Alonzo Lewis, I; South Dade afternoon, Frank L. Mcllwaln, appointed I __
arms, I. J. L. Strickland 1; D. commando general by ME.
0.: William 1 Park Lumber Co once of 52 at the commando meeting -
; Wakefield, asked the 52 boys and
T. P. Haley. I.P..n'.r girls who turned out: here was much greater, in
recaps: Kathleen N. "Who li going to win this war?" proportion to population, than that

.ois, 1; M. L. Waters, 2, P. .1 Some answered that the Allies of' the organization: meeting cl
Ltd Motor Co, 2, MIL Lee would, that the British and Americans commandos In Miami the preceding 1 r
lan, J, Park Lumber Co., 1; J.I would, and so on. Wednesday when 200 children -
C. Hodges, 2; Powers Archibald, I IIi "That's where you're shwed up at Central School
; R. C. Ward, t; S. L West 2, said the popular school wron"-I building. You% be helping everybody if you avoid
:'eanor A. Robertson, 2; A. C. affectionately known ai "Mac"., Commando group captains appointed cafe's-e06 trips-whenever possible.That'sYs
dm when travel facilities are meat
Monday are as follows:
atone 4.Grade I "We're win this
going to war, ifit's
1 No. 1, Joe Reynolds; No.2, S. O. crowded--the only time when many war
2 tires t
: Harry Pierce nw who's going to win
workers and furloughs caa
mm on go.
Wood No. 3 Davis No. 4.
Obsolete tires: T. Delicandro t the war!" I ;, Kelly ;
Bicycles; : Oria Smith, 1. Virgil Fifty-two lusty voices shouted Albert Hinman, Jr., No. 9, Connie E11et' HOTEL REDLANDllaslei
I'. RadkircU; Roberta Harrison, back: 'I Campbell; No. 6, John Ruehle; No. Woe

I; Birdie F. Home 1; Mary C. "We are!" 7, Fay Capllnger. Avenue Phone 54

'ordan, 1. I "That's the way we've got to
I think, and one thing we can do
to help win the war is to get
442 ANSWERSContinued
I every bit of scrap Iron we can lay

our hands on to our soldiers and HOTEL
( tram Page One) I sailors will have the guns and

lents of South Florida get down other things they need to fight.
n black and white** said ChanoV with." said Mac. PATRICIA

I r, ".* begin to realize where, The boys and girls were then
\y. will be it some provision la "sworn in" with a pledge of allegiance LOANS / .

'. ut made to Insure sufficient field to the flag and a pledge to 312 S. E. 2nd A VL pA ... .. KUAla AND MODERNIZE
and to raise the crops we are do all they could for the war,
rxpected to contribute to the. war effort Arm bands bearing the MIAMI
rfort this winter. It shows that words, "Junior Common:,),- were Let us furnish Building

M must unite and leave no. atone then issued to members, who WaterUls that Experience 'has

: .returned to prove this need sufcienOy found that they could not take i Overlooking bay and river. proved to be top-grade, for
one home for brother or sister,I
t ahead of time to convince'He .your Improvement job.
Two blocks from flails
because brother sister would
government it must find this
1 bor at home for us or let down have to be present at a meetingand I Street.Quiet. / If you need financial assist

l>'tai Immigration ban for tempo- take the pledge.before. being ance'refer to our classified adla .
comfortable.nefl.ed '
entitled to band. this
aa arm
try Importation of Bahamaa la* paper.
"or." Mr. Wakefield, who shared the
.. alanetpbere.SPECIAL .
The deadline for!returning ueeoonsjlres platform with "GeneralMen-
In the farm labor turT. will",. pointed out that the attend-

tet b} County Agent SUffanl RATESTO loom t LTOER T.INC
!nr JaM Saturday, has been *xt needs of mot- extensive growers. .

acted indefinitely* Small farmer Curly by complete ca-operatlcm eu SOUTH DADERS .""Or..Ma .-....,..flea*. Dwxa ,'lMs< I
,4 urged to report their requlre- a true picture of toe situation bepresented *
MONK a 'MldS'l'SU
tents even though they teem to Washington, it la FLORIDA.t
negligible compare to the labor pointed but $1.50 Single !

$2.50 Double


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