Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: September 3, 1943
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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: VID00610
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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13 7 Counties to have. Men TENTATIVE SITE IS CHOSEN




J I.:: At- Goulds Meet Sept. 14 FORDADE.NURSERYTOAIDMOTHERS




.ODT CALLS. Postwar Plans Call for DevelopmentOf WHO HOLD JOBS

; Park Into Tropical Show-place

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t: CONFERENCETONANEAIDS Postwar puns eeU for developing being converted Into a recreation Store Close at Noon 1 Wl'Ja' tentative location ...
Into a showpiece Redland spot with picnic facilities such as Monday for Labor Day lected, the nursery school to care
r.. fruit Park the ll-acrt tract at out-door grills and rustic shelters, .
for the tweteslyear- ld children -
Rcdland rd. and Coconut.:Palm benches and tables, he said. Local torn will be open Mon
of working mothers will probably -
df. which was acquired by the '
day morning and clot at noon In
county from the defunct Rcdland be opened In Homestead
'observance of Labor Day, it was
t I District Improvement Association, MERCHANTS HEAR learned from a poll of Homestead within the next two weeks,, It was
County Commissioner Preston B. merchants.The learned yesterday.The .
,haulers Bird Mid yesterday. Rare,tropl.cal'fruits ,
summer Wednesday balfholldayi -
Local growers packer I and shrubbery Indigenous ft. MAX EXPLAIN are over and the storeswill proposed site for the school
and shipper' of citrus Including to South Florida will be be open the entire day starting will have to be approved by-the
S limes, are being requested by I featured, he Mid PRICE CEILINGSChairman next week.THIRD state board of health before acceptance
4., Thomas McCahey district manager At the present time the tract ItCOL for use, It was'pointed
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; of the Office ot Defense I out by Chas. O. Turner, chairmanof

,.,,.,.. ..Transportation t* attend ,a meetMng MERCHANT of Mark the Max Dad and County O. 8.Annlstead WAR LOAN the Dade County Board of
representative'citrus Public Instruction
of men Office of Price Administration met ".,
J.IIf of seven counties at 3 p. m. Tuesday i NAMED TO.STAFFAT Tuesday night In the office of,the DRIVE TO BEGIN A maximum ot SS children win
i Sept. 14, In the I War Price and Rationing Board to be enrolled, and one certificated
,f packing house at Goulds. explain price ceiling regulationsto teacher will be employed for each
tj At this meeting an commit-1 LOCAL FIELD! a representative gathering of HERE ON SEPT. 9: ten children 'In the group, In addition
.. industry transportation I merchants of the Redland District to a cook-dietitian and a
tee will be elected, which, when porter. The personnel will be all
i approved, will advise and assist. Li Cot BrlnthsU Merchant arrived Following a talk by Mr. Max in Thursday, Sept. 9, will mark white, and wlll be required to
1 the ODT 'In directing the move at Homestead Field this I which he pointed out that' price\ the opening of the Third War 1 stand rigorous health tests.
ment ef motor trucks used In the week to serve a* deputy. com ceilings benefited the merchant as Loan drive when the folks at Children enrolled In the nursery
I transportation of citrus to and mander on the staff of Col. Wm. well U the public, a round table: home will be asked to back with school will receive adequate day-
'. from points In the Miami area. L Plummrr Prior to his trans,discussion was held .on mer. their dollars the coming invasion (Continued on Page Four)
The Miami area Include Dade, fer here, he was stationed chants' problems. Mrs. Roy S.10f I Europe. .
t'Erow.rcS, Monroe, Collier, Hen. Mather Field, Sacramento Cal. Chandler, chairman of the War| "To reach our national Quota. Maj. Brecht Tells Holes
t dry, Palm Beach and Margin Out Merchant began his military Price Panel presided. at the meet-|everyone must Invest every dol- Of Training; in Air Force
: counties. One member of the selected career In 1019 as an aviation Ing. Twenty of the local stores,lar he possibly can," Max'Losner,

..t., committee will representthe cadet at Post Field, Ft. Sill, Okla, were represented. I president of the First National Men In the U S. Army .Air
Miami area at member of where he received a commissionas I Bank of Homestead and local
Forces getting training for
are
the Florida Citrus Industry second lIen n.nt. He continued 'chairman of the drive, said yes1
Transportation committee to hold a commission In the GROUP INSISTS 1 (Continued on Page Four) .1 the new thousand careers when which the will network open by of
Those who attend the meeting reserve and served
army as, assistant i International
freight and
(If Sept. 14 are asked to come executive In the office of I Rood Conduct Medals passenger
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THATOPAPOST air lines which the I I.
prepared to make suggestions the chief of the air corps and as t ;! Awarded Men at Base pioneering for war purposes army Is
helpful In effecting savings in executive to the director of >rnJll-
converted to civilian after the
lilt
truck mileage. tary requirements.
PRICE CEILINGSImmediate For "exemplary conduct, efficiency war
One of his first official
acts here
and fidelity In the serviceof This Is the' conviction Homestead
Shocked was to swear Into service
Joyce Douberly army I
., the Army of the United Rotarians got after listening
First Lt. Madeleine Proctor, Second
By Power-Charged Wire posting of vegetable States," good conduct medals were to Major Arnold W. Brecht
Li. Leona Rogers and Second
ceiling prices ad that Florida awarded .
yesterday by C Wm. executive officer of Homestead
+I' Joyce Douberly seven-year-old Lt Ruth Watson of the WAGThe growers can plan their winter and l Plummer to 12 enlisted men of thI Army Air Field, who was guest
ceremony: took place Wednesday fall crops, was urged yesterdayby 84th Transport at luncheon
daughter of Mr. and I I Squadron. speaker the meeting
In his office.
Douberly, received an electrical the Florida Vegetable Committee Receiving the medals were: held Wednesday In Legion Hall.
shock while playing at Camp Red' Col. Merchant Is married Mrs. delegation at a meeting with Master Sgt Carl D. Glazer; Tech. Radar, the new radio Invention
I land shortly after noon Friday Merchant Is living at their homeIn OPA officials In Washington. Sgts. Wilfred S. Kessler, Gilbert which makes it possible for a
when she swung on a light pole Marshal Ill Luther L. Chandler of Goulds E. Lawrence and Arden C. Steele; V. S. ship not only to detect an
fuywtre that had become I and E. W. tins of Kendall, who Staff Sgt. Lucian A. Adrian. enemy vessel 2S miles away butautomatically
charged, I Otnew THE. WEATHER...... arc members of the five-man delegation Andrew W. Csganek, Thomas J. wts the ship's guns
't': Jack Whitney, maintenanceman tt..er.a.sure........ x..w.OIl 1M tuMr.el.sl, r_ have been In Washington Meagher, Chat, L Nellson and at the correct angle of fire, will
threw the master switch disconnecting since Sunday attempting to obtain I Edward C. Vets; CpL Elmer E undoubtedly be a safety. factor
the current, and the Date Max. Mla Bar. Kate definite Information on the price Bloodworth Pfc. Amerigo J. In post war aviation and In other

child was removed from'the win Aug. 28 ,193 t 88 |2t.87| 1.19 ceilings. Mauonl and Put, Walter A. fields of transportation, Major
and treated by Dr. J. A. Smith. Aug. 27 .1110) k III |2995| 070 Food The Administrator group conferred Marvin with Joneson War White. Brecht said.
The city current also was cut off Aug. 28 I 92189 129921 008
f' and the) entire camp power system Aug. 19 I 89 f 70 ISO.001 131 I Wednesday when they were ;
advised that recommendations for Salvage Tin Cans Wakefield
was checked by Supt. Gordon Aig. 30 1 1.1'I 0,02 Urges;
68.129.95pal the ceilings have been made but .1
Xvey. Sept. 1 I 91 I
have not yet been passed upon by Army Trucks to Collect From Stores
14 the OPA.
** Pupils to Register-Thursday The outlook for this season's "
Friday -apt Is gloomy," Line WM Adequate provision has been go to the trouble of preparing and, t
Ik\. For Opening of Schools on Sept. 13, quoted In a Washington press dispatch mad for the collection of tin cans delivering them," he said. "Now. f
I "We have learned from front grocery stores 'which are that I* an .n edauand.l systematic
Jones and other 'officials that the I collection
.Student registration Bake M. Hladnaa said yes- government plant no support serving as receiving depots, and can win be carried out by army

... held at. Homestead Redland and terday. prices for green vegetables' but 1 Redlssidu District housewives are trucks. The government awed
Florida City schools from t a. m. Faculty meetings will be held doe contemplate a continuation of urged to salvage* and deliver to this tin for prosecution of the ;
at Homestead and RedUnd at 10 support prices on Irish and sweet the collecting buss e/very available war."
'f to 11 noon on Thursday sod Friday a, m. Wednesday gept .. A general potatoes. can, Ceo N. Wakefield chairman Salvaged fat also are needed ,Jt
.t Sept. 9 and M. School win Dade County teachers' meet The labor situation looks very of the South Bad) salvage otttmlttee aid nay .* kn at the groceries' ,
w begin at a. m Monday morning ing 1* slated for J P. m. that afternoon dark with 'every Indication of a said yesterday. .1 Mr. Wakefield said "
V ** C.1J. la M1MII,..,. which the ooBtlMtmg labor shortage, eeeplte "Heretofore, there bas been difficulty Since last January 1.K8.450
.U it is possible for them to do teachers win be entertained by the efforts ot the War food admlnjstrator. U getting the can collected -I pounds ot tin can were shipped
IG,,. pupils art urged, to register the Principal' Club of which Mr. ,'. t and the, container from the stores so housewive -1 from Dade County, and 20,000 w,
,far .class at Thursday, Vinci- Wndnun Is pr*.H .' I ittuatlon I* also arrlou" *naturally have hesitated to I pound of fats have even shipped. "

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BLOCK WORKERS Surgical Dressings Work Room Needs Station Dy Homestead Aide-Named Captain and nose the In victimsAnnouncement treatment. .of-unea *' .

Workers Mrs. Turner Says ,! was mad ;
HOLD EMERGENCY Volunteer service stripes for those ( Iou"1
-- I Mr*. J I: Gauzen and Mr*. who have worked for six

There U an urgent need,foe during the month of August and I Augustus Wynn .were appointed. with the group are nosy on:

MEETING TODAYZone I workers at the Red Cross surgical !.produced IS 103 dressing|I|I:co-captain Station of the by'Homestead Mr*. Frank Casualty and cation.may be obtained upon
!dressings room Mrs ,Geo W. Worker honor for the month{
I '
I I Skill captain, at the Wednesday
Turner, acting chairman, reported ,were won by Mrs. W. R. Porter I I
might of the Mrs
meeting group.
, with 415 hour, Mia Kathleen TO
JOHM8TONE
yesterday iFortyseven DR. PREACH
and sector leader of the [Burley Dandy wa named sergeant -
worker and two .Moetyn with 40 hour, and Mr*. .
and Mrs. T J. Walker.cor Dr. J. K. Johnston*,,acting BS-
block plan and their assistant
staff member gave 508 bourn IA. K.: Willie with 39 hour !
are being called together In an, POri!, of the first aid corps. tor of the First Baptist Church ofl Irt
Dr. Carl Robinson, ivipervieor Homestead, will preach her Sunday
emergency meeting at 2 p. m. today
in the Homestead city hall.! Princeton Personnel 1 to Take Part I of Division One, talked to the 21 at the morning and evening

announces Mrs J. F Hammett, I I member present on the diagnosis_. service_ __ _
leader of Zone One. \ In; Demonstration for Medical Assn.

Mr Hammett was Instructed ,
Wednesday by Mr*. Sidney L.I Member*re at the Princeton r C;;: ahd tfl hve been cancelled and!

Welntraub, county chairman of ualty StationvwIM participate In a II' station next meeting. will beheld
the block plan to call the workers 'demonitratfam' the;; work of the I Sept. 17. .
meeting at once to deal with'medical ,division of the D made

M emergency I County DTtAiH Council whl:h I
will be staged Tuesday, Sapt(7. Gorday Funeral Rites r eF
Princeton Carpenter I,for the Dade County MedlcatiAi.lociation 'I Set for 3pm. Sunday
In Jackson Mtnwirial ,
Succumbs to Illness
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Tonight station worker 'wiaTiet, 1 t
:j Funeral services lor Sill, T. a
Franklin Augustus Fisher Hospital.'t 'I
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Corday, 68, will be held at 3 m
p.
- Princeton carpenter died Wednesday .I tend the Town Hall tttettirig at
at the ale of 55 In Dade I 17 clock in Bay Front IfevM'when (I[Sunday at the Turner Funeral
Home, and burial will follow In
County' Hospital Funeral service group certificate of recognition
Palm at Naranja1 M
will be conducted at 2 p. m. i will be awarded the county dlvlilon '- Cemetery
!Gorday died Thursday at his horn"
tomorrow at Princeton Methodist *. Individual member op the
/ burcn by the Rev M. E Myer. itatlon who have given .IOD...orI Iin Florida City
with burial In Woodlawn Park I I more,houn to the work veil) be: He .leave: his wife Ida; two
Cemetery In MIami. Turner FuTieral presented with service, stripes at !'sons, Aaron A.. flC Florida City,
Home I I. In charge. of *r-. I a special program to be broadcastat ,,and Silas T Jr, of Homestead;
ungemert. 12:15: Sunday over WIOD. Mr, and two daughters, Mrs. Ida r.I .
Mr, Fisher was r native, of Eugene Fontaine, captain of the(I Wise of Homestead and Mr*.
Marsh.I. Harbor Abaco, British [Princeton group. announced yesterday Gladys Datliiof, Jacksonville
West Indies He leave his wife Mr. Gorday came to this section
Xthel: : daughter, Mr*. Mary I The Princeton meeting of'Sept 28 year ago from Ashburn, G..
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Booker Princeton -- u-
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; two ton ; :
Walter of Princeton and Robert
of the U S Navy; and two grand

4'bhdrtn. Donna and Walter Fisher 1913 Drivers' Licenses Expire October, First as+e+ !
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To Auxiliary Enlist Women Goes in Marines Action 1944Driver's I II I I


Answering Governor Soesiard I I 'TW railroads ef America a."klnlnduatr, te the limit In the war
1,. Holland call for Florida wo- .I pewlictinit Only the close coordination bon of a common cause
I ewM result ta the wtraordliuiry achievement of transports! diMlwtry Mi
1\'It'I1' organization to spread the
License i slue the war began.
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story ft the need tor'womPII in For many year the Seaboard Railway has recognised the Intertlei.iaili.c -
the Marine Core, the. Amerl! *of Industry and transportation On the established principle| I
can Legion Auxiliary ha swung that the welfare of the railroad depends upon the prosperity ef Its 'lo
Into action on a campaign to enlist on sale now at ]nlrn.i. the Seaboard has been working aver a long period of time
e for the ecomvte dwlopcrtrnt of the territory It serves. \'
oman from 20 to. 38 In the
extends the location of planta. tIt
The Seaboard Interest beyond new
U. S Marine Corp Women Reserve Is equally concerned with the success of all industry served by Its
i i Line.Its policy Is to provide adequate servk-e and to adjust the freight
All over Florida members pt American Legion rates on raw material. and finished products to enable l them Industries
the Auxiliary will have full information to empale with, thnllar Industries whether located In the South oreluewbrra
on the Marine Women ,
Reserve available for women who t Remarkable progress has been made In the Industrial development
of tIM South la reeent yearn. Present IndliaUnns'poInt to furtherauiantlon
Interested and through public i
arc *
In the pmt war period
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meeting, this branch of 'the Marines Tag Agency : {< will be explained I With Industry '
Women are needed In 78

pation to free male .OCCU-I South Krome Avenue Homestead, Fla.I
combat duty At 9
Tine base, women Marines OPEN ALL DAY aACK scat ATTACK RAILWAY

hold man-sited Jobs that are necessary win was IOMOI o--o' a is..A ,Aa atld6" ,lArwe

to the war t o.rtr and they i' __ ._ _ _._ _.___ ___.___ A__ ____._._.___. h
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will receive the pay'
and privileges a*' the men of they:, <
Ltothenerk Corp !'
Mrs. William J. Geronim '

the new local chairman, who !is, ,
also president of the local Auxiliary I; IREULAND

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Including elimination of needteutouUay

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LEADER IND ENTERPRISE
HOMESTEAD
: ?; 1943

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morris Miss Mary Becket of, Miami :Baird of Miami Richard Becker ef j''
visited lWF1Jrother, linn Chat. Florida City Carl Sugg of South I
have'returned from Philadelphia.Mrs. I14rMrs. Hardwlck ot.
1 Miami and Ralph
Orlando "Wollsm and children Becker. Sunday. t
Around Joyce and Louise' left Saturday W. William, the former TaverolerMr and her for
Merlyn Gibbs ,
In and for a visit with relative Mrs. Dorothy Barker underwenta i discharged yetter 1
in Cairo. Ga. major pertticn at James Archer tent sort were \

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Francis returned Smith Hospital last week. I day i

Saturday after a vacation i MMV George K. Tull 1* visiting ..............................._... I

Homestead spent In Asheville ;relative to St Petersburg this Your Date j'

Dr. and Mn. A. L. Burgrem I week. '. With Uncle Sam ,

with their ton, Robert Earl have W. C. Bliss. J. Gladen, and K, ................................... I
from visiting relative In F. Munn of Miami who are employed I.
returned i
Mr. and Mr*. Q: W. McEwtn Lake T. Proctor veteran clerkin Watson, W. Va. Their daughter I by the state road depart BLUE STAMPS: R, S .ntI- T :
have old their residence at IS j the Homestead post of lice. Is .Zelda stayed at the home of Mr. medtNiVe moved into the Brock remain valid through Sept.-". I
and Ill at the veteran hospital at Bay Eighth atThe' U. V. and W became valid S n*.
N. E. 14th it. to Mr. and Mn. F. W. Stillman while sit, cotfrM on
Wm. Sottlle- and have Pines, Fla. they were away. M. F. C S. i Aast: met 1 and remain valid through art

their poultry farm on Farm MI'I.I Mrs. France Ward of Palatkais I Mr*. John Martin recently! Thursday at the home,. of Mrs. R01Ch.nd1 20. eali iI
rd.and ,W.ldln dr. a guest at the home ot Mr. broke the little finger of bar righthand < I' RED STAMPS: X and Y

4 Mr. and Mr*. Preston. and Mrs. Adrlshj Jacob. in an accident ,which occurred Miss Rose Everage will ...unt' through Oct.-!. ,I becomes *JU 1

and ion, David Letter, returned Mrs. J. I:. .Ciuvens, Jr. of Miami : ,while the was. .puttinggroceries this week from a short visit withrel.tlv. Sept. S and remain valid tbrouIIIIIOct.
NeMa; are 1 .. In Montgomery Ala. J.SUGAR.
Monday from WayneaviUe, N. C.Mr and her daughter In her car. Sw.
at the home ofMrs. Showalter of' Key West Mrs.' J. L. Yates tttnpa who : Stamp H goad for
this
guests wetjf : Joyce
*. Frank B. Rue will tau Mn.J. October. Nan
Oauzena parent Mr. andMra. guest at the home of Mr. has'been visiting herslster poundsthrbugh
.1.I a
for. one-month vlutwith Oct. )l
'Monday two IS and II valid through
I Sheckleford.Gary .:'K.'\Dixon underwent
E. A. Ames, and Mr*. D L.
Stamford, Conn .
relative In .
I In Miami last for Ave pound each foe can.
Jr, has returned jor operation
Miami Holdrum I
J' Mr*. Charles,Behren* o( Mrs. A. .A.J! rne of Beach Charles Clinton came from m.1 Housewives my apply to' dear
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Mr
Daytona
with from
.', ;ton. and her daughter Mrt PrInce-I spent the reek.en Julian Webster 1
of Miami 'have
Potter 11 to an' uncle and .auot Mr. andMrs. : Mr. 1 and Mn. W. L. It ntcMMry.
from a visit with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest: P.' Roberta I Roy Osteen. and fafniiy and Mr. and MI'I.I. L. FUEL.OIL Period S -eounen.

Harry Le Huquet In Philadelphiaand of NLami. who.formerly lived at' Mn. M. I:. Myer of Sliver Palm Bray ,and daughter Jeanette, of valid through Sept..,. SO. Period I
",1'1.C.pt, and Mn. James their grove homeon Avocado dr.' of Mr. and
recent were guests fuel oil ration
at dr., t* recuperating from a Redlund ,coupon, In' new
McCrarjr at Camp FOrl'elt.Tenn. and Tennessee were guest I Mrt. W. L. Tisdale Sundiy.JAMES for ten gallons each.
good
Illness
former Mill Mn. Collins on.
the Evil
Mn. McCrary, the home of
Miss Theresa Redd. daughter of ... -- GASOLINE:: A-eoupon I good i
Lot Behrens, Was on the'HonIe- Sunday. -.
teadHgh ,SchOol faculty until David Frlederich Jr. ton of Mr, and Mn. Fred H. Redd of W.Avocado I ARCHER SMITH for three gallon through Sept. SI,

her recant marriage; and Mn.Ltx ,Mr. and Mn. Stanley Wlttkop.' dr, has been enrolled at HOSPITAL NEWSA I STOVES: Consumer purchaaa
: I'I Florida Southern ... .- stoves,must be made
Huoimt li another 'd.ughter'o'"ra. returned Sunday from a sixweekvisit a sophomore at ,I -- - ot rationed
Behrena. with relative |n Detroit and ,College In LI eland. daughter wag born to Mr. with a certificate obtained at local

Dr, A. M. Logan left Wednesday I Jacksonville. :1 'Harold Krpplln of Miami spent and Mn. Robert Clark of Homestead I war price and rationing board.
".fair Davidson N. C., to JoinMn. Jacksonville visitors at the''several day recently at Avocado at James Archer Smith SHOES Stamp It (In sugar

.'Logan and their ton John home of Mr and Mrs Curtis Lee Lodge. Hospital on Thursday, Aug 27. I I book) valid through Oct. 31.

'who Tiive\>een visiting relative are Mist Faith Phlnney truest of __--.40- Mrs Clark and the baby were discharged -

In Cookstown, Minn. They are Miss Carol lee and MargaretDale CITY Monday. '
FLORIDA
expected, to return home about Hughey. guest of Merry '' Surgical patients are Mrs. Mat- Put Your
!Janice Lee: Miss Phlnney Is Miss: Bf: Wsrrene flewry thew J. Bond of Goulds, Mrs.
middle of September.Robert ,
the ..._ I SavingsonaFunilyasls
_.. Payroll
M". Caves of Gainesvillereturned Carol Lee' room-mate at Florida. __ H..H Estelle Horn of South Miami ..nd'tra. "
dome Monday after State College'for Women. The Rev G. L. Pafford was ill ;'- Fred Smoak of Im'mokilee.Tonslllectomlet : I 1 ,1

' spending a week here with his I: Mra. J. D. Cuppy of Craig and ::1It his home this week. I were performed Make 10 per cent

parents, Mr..and Mrs. W.B. Caves her son Jimmy Dee, were overnight Mr. and Mn Frank Louis of I this week for Gloria Anne Shaw Just a Startingfeint
Ito ,, guest Tuesday\ the homeof week-end of Homestead Marilyn Bean of
HI mother, who ha been very I West Palm Beach were ;
11In University Hospital Coral Mr, and Mrs. J. .Tom Vann. guests of Mrs. J. H. Dixon. Tavcrnler, Mry Lou and Jean

Cables, was brought home Sun i 1M"| ;*. Augustus Wynn hal re- -- -- -.-- -
day. I I turned from a visit with relativesIn. 1 1I

Dr. J. JE 3ohr\jton returned Athens Ala. and Nashville. '

". last week from a. two:wetk vacation :I| Mra. Ivan Moser spent the

,;.. in Rlchrest; ,N, C.. and week-end In Miami at the home
Knoxville other son-in-law and daughter,

The Her and Mra. C N. Walker .. CpL and Mrs. Robert Cast, and

:I bf Socrum wefe guest for! at the horn of her brother-In.

I I several days last week of Mr. and law and sister, Mr. and Mn. V.

I Mra. Frank Irwin of Homestead. O. Rohrer.

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,. dive-bombers and fighter FIGURE IT OUT FOR YOURSELF: I
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off the A.... An you hading ALL JIll mfWertot r '

1 vital job might be considered -
Hit .
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i sough tt a contribution hAmerica's > there at. Bart FOR
ww effort .t \ s but !.'yeur last. pay.envelop* I ,
Colteeeyl He reasoned that MuW have gone Into War '
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sot y muchdamage Bond M>ut. 4id 'lf- Get out I : ,Bead s*.ti'
that ki eoold do twice a* :i"4 datt-n. eat;.a to your .platY. purr
'*, ,e the*Mttors b. belp your yea A right BOW and sea if7u .' date-There.: latest mere rhea $100-t / / .*ce..H
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War) *BdsScH petting the 3rd War Loss sisru.O
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Sea-and yourself/ .....40 tie
Ml sass ? The Job Is big. Cwrprn
< signed half ft that dsr,you will be asked to go
'' Sons through You've done jour bit-now do- If we are to pat this drive o.a*.
*trorntoW best? . the JI.le to "bacfi U' valiant fighting Jail s*"rt
1. ,' M e ".,roIIS.a,1 your men.Yoti wiltb asked to io )'OUIlbar. the lop. .,

.. r la the greatest Invasion the world has ever War Bonds are the safest lareMat

seen. Answer your country' roll lYour la the world. For your owe sake, tot

brlatestlng Coantry'take,pet every .par.tli.*
Invasion
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HOMESTEAD LEADERAND ... *'- Jtp. ,.. ;LIEUT. FERRELL 125 lanes feet* seaplane to strafe tied to piece up to a :sit.the

ENTERPRISE OUR MEN IN SERVICEPvt. !I Hongay dock

-... DECORATED FOR Docks, railroads, rallahops and
rw I. 1111 . . ,, I(cal dumps were strafed at Cam-
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PattLMd ......n .. Hnwert.aa Pia. ,; ., ,' pho where two locomotives. were
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or w Sousa Dodo .........b'... Cosr..r. COMBAT MISSION knocked out of commission The
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Louis P. Biondo CommunicatesWith raid on Hongay and Campho
DEN ARCHeR climaxed four days bf bombing
Pn.We.t and FAitoe, Parents From Jap Prison CampA I The air medal and the dlsllnglulthed on the JndosChlna area along the

MAW tR1E LEACH ARCPEIiaaetae flying cross haw been Gulf of Tonking during which
: J'I'o 132,000 pounds of explosives were
card from Pvt. Louis P. Bi ''awarded to First Lt Frank E
MART ,.,.111.1. DICKINSON I I The first notification message, dropped. All the Liberators and
M".04 sew ar ondo, U. S. army radio operator I!,written Dec 24, 1141, told 'of the,Ferrell for combat service In the their crews returned safe
'bombing of PVt. Biondo'i station. Chinese theatre of war ai pilotof
'U :iiiPTi lf.Up-: who ,haa been prisoner of war I
Iii Dub CUMMF"S J'i"lkMi. i ., tlar Fort Stotenburgtln.th* Philippines the Liberator, "M!... Sallie. TRAINS AT FORT BENNINO,
ToVto the
In sine fall of Cor-
but t a1oaw;" 'I and the,resulting death of The medal| was presented Lt.
O.uld. rf f ,
.SfitM" II.Ml I r,, IU nuH. I1.Nt' fegklor, was ,**celved Satiny some of his friends'. Terrell for 'his participation in I Candidate Herbert Booth, U. 8,
by bias,pai-enl Mr Louis enlisted in June\ of 1941 :more than twenty- v. combat I Army, son of Mrs Arvilla Booth
r.Kh: r.1.yta I\t":..,=-tow orr..": Philip Biondo oft Homestead !after six months training at C I missions Me was.presented also of Homestead stationed at officers
.....,..... !M. T. C. in Malcolm Ga. 1 candidate school at Fort
1erIM, Nader the aft d The url, which ban the Japanese He was with a p"lr'tlf fold wines by the
...... ., ."., postmark gild WM addressed .sent to California as radio operator ICblnese j government as a gesture I Bennlng, Oa, from which he,will

to 101 *:' Leona Biondo, with a bombing, squadron and ''of appreciation (or his service to be graduated Dee '17 as a second
w.waA'WAR LOANContinued Louis' mother. Vs printed form from there to the Philippines that, country. lieutenantCandidate'
with the personal Informationfilled ::;Louis who Is 20, was born In' "Naturally, I'm proud he Booth had three and
In' by typewriter Bearinthe / .Homestead and attended local wrote in recent letter to histar ,sis- a half, years of military training
( from Pans One) heading "Japanese ImperialJUmMlyrcard schools He was employed at the Mrs. S. L. Dickinson :of.ihjs with.tho R. O T. C. ,at the University ,-
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terday. 'It's not enough to'make gives the followIng FJorlda East Coast.Railway freight, city ,"MY boys have dope a darn of 'Florida.SGT. .
your 'r lCular''PUrchllMl 'but the! her before he the . .
Information depot Joined good Job. I've never seen a more .'
.I'II/all oth.. campaign! I I. "Bu : f
PhlllppipsMilitary army determined, eager bunch'in my: '
1. I am Interned at CAVERNS PROMOTED.
an extra $100 worth of war i. I liferthey're all business when
"Prison Camp No. It"
boiidul" < "2 My health Is good .,... PVT. CIBB8 IN NFW_GEORGIA: ,they have a.Job ,to do. ,,19f Robert Gauzens, younger son t
'Series E
war savings bonds "S I uninJured. In a July raid termed by the Mr. and Mrs J. E. Qauzens of '
are on bind at the pontofflce and "4. I am well Now It can be,told Pvt Audy I I!Associated Press dispatches as Homestead has been promoted to 11
the personnel will co-operate to "5 am B Gibbs, son of Mr: arid Mrs H.'lathe heaviest 'blow of the war master .technical' sergeant In' the
the fullest in the sales.campaign," Is taken, Please care see of. that allotment% JA Glbbs of -Homestead.. Is ,stationed -![from this theatre U Terrell' U S Marines. He Is Stationed 'I+
IBid Postmaster S. E. JLIvlngston New which he' his credited at Point. N. ,C.
"t. Tell folks hello on .Georgia and ,crew ,were with Cherry ,
"We can't go out on the street and said In a recent,letter to his parents -,(sinking the third of the three *
7 Pleas best regardsto
peddle the bonds but we will bf Cynthia give(Mrs my Robert P. "did belong to the ;api'UDUI -.Japanese vessels sent to the bot. Pvt Otis Let of the V ?.

hippy tq sell them to the folks Mann, sister of louls)," we dfClded.we-- nted It-=.and',tom Iri an alf .attack on. Hongay Army paratroops at Fort Bennlng,
who come In!" Mr. and Mrs Biondo had received Uncle Sam gets what. he goes, and'Camp o ports..\n.addition.to Ga.. arrived her, Tuesday for a ;
In :the Third War Loan Drive, official notification of theirIOn' ,after!" sinking the. 14,OOC tons of .enemy week's furlough with his wife,
purchasers will be offered their capture, but this was the Pvt, Glbbs, who Is a gunner,' shipping, the' raider destroyedthe the former ,Miss Theda Proctor,
choke of the various government first direct message from him will have bean In foreign ,servicea main pbwer plant at Hongay, and his parents, Mr and Mrs L,
at purities. of i year In October, then dived to,,an altitude of only A Loper of Naranja. .
he made
Series E are Issued In $25, $!W, since was a prisoner ]l :,.'
$100. $500, $1,000 denominationswith I war. 1--
Interest at 2,( per cent a year
compounded semiannually heldto CHAS BEllIES IV AFRICA

maturity, They cost 79 percent Pvt. Chas Behrens, Jr, young
,of the maturity value and *r son of Mrs. Chaa ,Behrens, of
may be redeemed any time after' Princeton arrived in North Africa ;
80 days of the Issue date. on Au,. 7, according to wordreceived
Other securities are the 214 by his mother. Pvt.
per cent treasury bonds of 1M4- Behrens, who entered the army
1009, Series C savings notes, 2 In February of this year, was stationed &41 ftALTY
per cent treasury bond of IBM11 at Greenville Pa.. before
United States savings bonds going overseas. '
Series F and United State savings -:
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bonds Series Q
:In Homestead,ls stationed In England
I and writes of seeing James,
CHILD CARE Redd and Clayton Lehman while
j on leave In London Sgt Behrens

(Continued from Page One) la receiving the Leader regularlyand
long care Including a well-bnlnced says that It is good to get tho

: mid-day meal and n.l II news from horn. .
ing and afternoon lunches at
cost of $3 weekly Any mother! Lt. Ccmdr and Mrs W. L. Sawyer -
'corking outside her horn' Is ell- I: and children, Rosemary and
Ruble to enroll her child for car. 1 i iHegUtrations Billy, have moved from Key Westto
are taken at the Red i iCroes San Diego where Mr Sawyer
Sewing Room on S Flaglerl I I* connected with the public

Y( works department. .8f the navy 7
It there Is sufficient demand, I
child care center can be eitub-l! U. S Seaman Jay Miles New /
liaised at the Homestead public I!ton left yesterday for the Great
school to supervise the before-and {I Lakes Naval Station in Illinois
after-school play activity of I after a leave spent here at the

children from seven to 14 years;home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs J

ot age, Mr. Turner said The,J. H. Newton.. I 0

rout per child will be 50 l'fnttl, I N your vacation and business Someday they will b* coming;
weekly and all equipment and) Aviation Student Fred Fuchs, ,
games will be furnished by the I'Jr. who had been pending a trip hi the past-as well M at back their new job finished. You I
county school board. This seven-day furlough her with his
of the work I I. under the phase!parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fuchs, ; your neighborhood Service Station will find them still loyal to you. :

nf D. R Snyder, county physical left yesterday for his new stationat -you hV been served often when they return and change :1 ;
Keesler Field, Miss For the :
education director, and one county ] i
teacher will be In charge of past several months he had been, by loyal men In the Standard Oil their uniforms again. .
bach SO children at Maxwell Field, Ala
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i II uniform. They were loyal to you In the meantime other loyal

I -they were loyal to us.I men, who. have been ,at their r
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I I It was only natural 1 that men In hone posts are upholding this

whom the quality of loyalty was service tradition under difficult I

bEFENEGive i, s Inbred and cherished should respond and sometimes trying conditions. .

I in large numbers the call Loyalty is that personal trait.;. ain :
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of their country. Hundreds of individuals which makes M
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,j .sots, these stanch and faithful men Company great-and wins wars. !.3'I

"AtL.OV'rDJ : '. : have exchanged .' .::1

't their old Service . "
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t. ';: uniform for the '.
Went t STANDARD : i;
OIL COMPANY
sisMlM .! yMf ewe MMAaeftfi I )
YOUR IrlS new uniform of, Lt / ;
/" I INCORFORATEN 1M K.MfUeU :
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rt .-aybe be'one of Jimmie Doolittle's boys. Perhaps 1 4
was left behind when Bataan fell. Anyway, he', an American
and he hasn't had a letter in a long, long time.

And when you sit down to write, tell him why you
didn't buy your share of War Bonds last pay day. a

', : a' ";Dear Joe," you mi&ht.aay, "the old topcoat was getting
1 : 't"Q4-.'t,:>: ',r' :. kind of threadbare,so t . "

a : No. cross it out. Joe might not understand about the topcoat .
especially if he's shivering in a damp Japanese cell.

o.w. Let's try again. "Dear' Joe, I've been working pretty
\ hard and haven't had a vacation in over a year, so . ,'

Hell;better cross that out, too. They don't ever get vaca-
.Ji.I"I tions where Joe's staying.

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.: Well, what are you waiting for? Go ahead, write the
ra ) ,, letter to joe. Try to write it, anyhow.

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that letters,will you, at least, do this for Joe? Will
you up the amount of money you're putting intot
\' . War Bonds aDd'kop buying your share from here on.in?.
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i ELLEN LOUISE VANN IS FIRST BRID! :-. .LAWRENCE'WA ON WEDDING PERFORMED
I Th CalendarSept .1
TO TAKE VOWS IN NEW BAPTIST CHURCH. I'AT: MIAMI HOME OF DR. Jv E. JOHNSTONE

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4-USO dance sponsored,!1 \
In the nearly N. Walker of Lakeland and I by Redland Neighborhood Club. ,. Mrs Loretta Horn. Watson and pal of Homestead High School

Ing of the Flnt .... Joseph Adams of Fort Laud- Sept. 5-USO open house. 'I M. Cleland Lawrence were united Mr. Lawrence, a native of Edl..

oT Homestead lilt . 4tt her ton, Joe Try Sept 1-Meeting of the B. In marriage by Dr. J. E. John I ion; Ga, came here 22 yean ago

One hundred guest intended W. C, with Mn. B. A. Tibbits. P'I:stone, acting ))18'e.r.of the First from Damascus. He own and

noon WM eolemnlied reception held; at the tome Sept American Legion I Baptist Church of Hnmestead, at I operate' a soda fountain.

riage of HIM Ellen the bride's Brents, 21 N. W. Nary luncheon. S o'clock Thursday afternoon.Aug. They are residing! In Porvenir.

of Homestead end It.. (Immediately after the Sept. T-USO dance sponsored I 28,.at his home at 2} N. L.
Onvittt of Ellenon, Va retnOn,.. by Woman's Club of Homestead. I Eighth it, Miami. I II HOHA.VS CLUB DANCE

The brlde'l parent, Among the wedding; gifts -dis-; Sept "-Red land NeighborhoodClub I MrsLawrence, a daughter of CHAIRMEN! APPOINTED

loin June Thomas I onlfard table In the liv meeting with Mr. Reid .Mr. and Mr*. W. D. Horne,, Home. M.... Adrian Jacobs la chair
the tint couple Holme i..d.. plon n..ttended the local '
huge bouquet of
room was a
man and Mrs. E. A. Buchanan,
original from i cabled from I.ond4' by Sept. -Meeting of Homestead :school and the Florida State co-chairman. of a dance which
wa razed to make Casualty Station. College for Women In. Ttlhha
Caddis of the Air Transport
will be given by the Woman'sClub
new and Imposing Sept -USO dance sponsored see. For several year she hserved ->s
will take IU plat*. by American Legion Auxiliary. as secretary tothe prlncl- of Homestead from 10 pT: m.
In the dining room punch was : until 2 .. m. Saturday the
The Rev. C. N. by Misses Myrtle porothy clubhouse.Reservations.

of the church for Mary Moon cousin*-of the MISS VIRGINIA'DELANEY. BECOMES BRIDE I may be made with

came from Lakeland to and a three-tier wedding OF CARL WATTS IN ORLANDO CEREMONY Mn. Jacobs.
the
I ceremony. was served by Mrs. B. M
Palms, terns and ,', -- NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB VTTLL-

bouquets of gladioli The bride and bridegroom:''who Mia Virginia Delaney daughter 'I Corporation of Florida until the WORK AT RED CROSS ROOM

attractively before at once on a short wedding of Earl Delaney and the late wa transferred In 1042 toOr The Redland NeighborhoodClub

draped chancel rail after Sept. 7 will be at home Mrs. Delaney formerly of Red- lando where the is now employed. will hold,a social meeting on
lowed In three I Louisville, Ky. landbecame the bride of Pfe. Mr*. Watts was active for many the first Wednesday of each
ing chain had been Carl Nelson Watts, U. S. Marine year in 4-H club work and month, and wilt report In a bodyto
The bride born In Home
the Sunday school was Air Corp In a ceremony per- served two years as president of the Red Cross room for workon
the ninny friend who and was graduated from formed by Dr. A. Fred Turner at the 4-H Alumnae Club of Dade the other meeting date, It wai

Mm G. I. Oault of High School In 1938 S p. m. Sunday aftein..on, Aug County. ]I decided at a meeting of the group
has been active member '
of the bride and former an 22 In the Flnt Methodist Church Pfc. Watts a son of Mr. and this week 'at the home of Mn.
of Homestead played l the First Baptist Church of of Orlando. Mn. Carl Watt of Amherst |j jI Geo. P. WriKht

tlouul wedding marches ;' and Girls'for two yean Train-has I White gladioli and sweet pea Mast was irradiated from Amherst Prizes In the contests were won
the Baptist I I
family piano, one of were used: in the decorative High School and from the hv Mr*. Chr*. 0, Calderwood,
School In Louisville from ,
the upright grand be next:scheme and tall white taper were I I Stockbrldge School of AgricultureIn Mr. Sam .T. Davis and Mrs. Fred-
will
ing the ceremony she ( graduated placed on the altar. Miss Mary Amherst. Before entering the erick R. Weber.
1y 'To a Wild Rose", I Exo sang "Because: and this 1(service In September of 1942 he II i iI Others present were: Mr*. Wat

the ceremony the The bridegroom, ton of Dr. and church organist played soft nuptial I I was employed t>y the U. S. Oov. > ier E. Gaby, Mrs. Mary T. Furry,

m-ince" and "M'KJ Gravatt of Ellenon was 1 music throughout the cere. I ernment Entomology Department Mn. Reid Holmes, Mn. Martha
Mary Ellen: Dearing In King William County Va In Orlando. i Poultrn, Mrs. W. W. Cunningham.Mn. .
mony. :
caiiHe". was graduated from I Th bride wit Join her husband I J. A. Rotherham, Mrs. yr, O.
The bride entered on Henry High School In 1933:1: The bride, clad in traditional .soon at the Marine Air Station -t j o Chase, Miriam Holmes, Margaret

of her father who received an A. B. degree :white, was given In marriage by I Quantlco, Vt, where he li sta-j Gaby and Billy and Frederick
of Jon Biedler, a friend of the fam- '
marriage She wore University tine Weber, Jr.
white silk marquisette and has completed two yean :ily. Her gown had a fbrm-ftttin i I

full length veil of the Southern Baptist Theolog lace bodice and bouffant skirt of '
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in Louisville from !net. She wore a three-quarter Jack Howard "
place by a coronet of .! Seminary DIXIE DRUG
and the carried he will be graduated next 'length" veil of illusion and carried]I la Polk Johnson

of Jasmine, tied with . He was ordained a* a min [ white prayerbook from which I
Phone Sf .1I4.l1n
white. \ .satin bow'The of the Gospel at the Wal fell a shower of gardenias and I
tuberoses on white satin ribbons ,
of the and ltd Grove Baptist Church on i
gown
fashioned of the In, 37 1941, and staved as Her only Jewelry was a locket.I =I I II J." ] 111 item' '*. ] ea: h.MaiTT: <*a Tfia. Uiv.: .
which of the brld :
gift !
was a
of that church In.
con lire which outlined ) pastor '! '
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veil. Her only For the past two sum groom,
strand of pearls the .aa..C. he hat been doing mlAlon. The.bride was attended ty her I

bridegroom.The I among war Industry work :sister Miss Margaret Delaney oil I
matron of honor -Alexandria and Ports Miami who was gowned In pale

Millard J. Caddis, a Va. green net and wore a corsage of I

bride and the \ tallyman roses ,
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Mr. Wayne L. .Ada.", GnU SURPRISE: A. H. Madden uncle of the

sinter of the bride, and FOR MRS. MTER bridegroom, was best man I
I Mrs. Madden, the brldell1'oom'launt.
lian Mrs. 1
Swttley. Mrs. M. E Myer was given a me'elwith 1
wore a rose crepe I
a pink silk net gown ) .. birthday Part recently navy accessories and a White a
a circular yoke fitted )' members of the W S. C. S of J. Bcldl-r,
long full skirt. Methodist Church. after corsage Mn E. A Host of Satisfied Customers Sing tin Praises
ellA I a close friend of the bride wore Cream
shoulder-lenKth' of The met for its regular of Tested and Approved Kexall Gypsy
group I white
a costume of blue and crepe
was caught in her hair packet study at tho church I and a corsage of white astern. i ion Ulllis MOM THE DISCOMFORTS OFiit
a -necklace of pearls then went in a. body to the '
"After the ceremony, a reception SUNBURN if HIVES
a bouquet! of pink 1'O of Mn Myer who was 1\1.1
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was held at the home of Mr aril
RASH CHAFING
bridesmaid wore blue maple walnut birthday cake,' *-HEAT *
Mrs Madden at 908 Glendonjo '
her gown and veil I'I e by Mn Mae Taylor. Mrs NON-POISONOUS INSECT'BITES
I :: drive.
bouquet of :yellOW Wlttenwyler and Mr, Caro.: Mr, Watts formerly mad her if POISON OAKk POISON IVYIti'tizt
The winsome flower I Mulllni.\ wa served to the Farm-
home with her parents on
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Johnson
ke Howard .
with fruit punch.
life rd. and was graduated from "
pink net frock and FOR
COMBINATION SPEW
nament The basket : Redland High School. After attending -
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'tas ENTERTAINED
Southern' Business University GYPSY
she scattered rose 'I I SOe
HOME: OF MRS. FOGLE: Rey.
In Miami she was employed Rol..
one used at the Mrs A D. Fogle, Jr., .nd-Jd.... for several yean by the Complete with 1g OC '
Flystaid
Vann and Mrs. Adami.Th. Talbott were hostesset-W the II Miami branch of the Acceptance BOX LIMITED . '.
bridegroom was ' Class of the First Bap Cotton ?
A. I \
by his brother. Or
Church of Homestead recently
Jr. who flew here the home of Mr*. Fogle. f"A Cave. Jr, and a guest, Mn. Elmer It

where -be Is serving word-making contest Sullivan. \ ,Iloin.
was
Lanier will be hostess to I Mescal'*
coast guard In the U.
by Mrt Laban Bishop, Jr. LUNCH
Health Service. t and saltines the class on Sept. If at the hom.1'of HAND CREAM

The usher were I Chlcken1'f'd Mr*. Bishop j Helps keep at ear

Lynn Irwtn Orvat Besides those mentioned, others lovely lands
Wilbur Caves. I The meeting of the Homestead; setter SODAFOUNTAIN
n were: Mr Earl Byrd, i er..na
: Business and Professional Club
Other In the ;; A. L. Lanler. MM Ernest I

were Mr*. Vann and !' Mr. L. a KtlcKjMn. originally. set for Monday night.'
'('1 Braeddus Oravatt of Matthew Mrs..A. K..PauU Sept. .. ha* been'postponed! Am.til'Sept7 31C
be
held
It will
when
.Vas mother of the' (....1. H. Roberts, .Tr. Mr.' W.B. ,
B. A. Tib-
Mn. Vann wore blue ,at the home of Mr* I

CravatU navy blue I !i bit at 504 N. Krome ave. I i Pks 72 '
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Their accessories were for aTrtvpt'UI

they wore identical i, All CoxorrsnxanRULER pane oLENAWN

gardenia.Among out-of-town I CAB SERVICE SKATE '

Mist Peggy Gravalt vi-
IN COMFORT
a sister of the .. I al reasonable rate :
A Supple b
I -j ....... ,lit.. .liMr, N.H _
DietAll
I -r your Wartime ;
Or. ieen W W. I Day Phone...,..."..? 9108 Adiahnion she 4" !DIw7. 7 ,, these Csetiast04d

....panic+ae Mf,. a,. *..!. I, Night Phone 389nomsttUcABlunC' Venetian !+'eiA! test Health rienamlna are Available la Fare-

I Insure a Read sup Plr of Cutri- i--
Rink tlon-premotin Ingredien
Skating
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R..,["", ,,, . ,, ., ,.., ,, ,, ,, ,,,,,, .,.. .. ,, ,.,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,..,,,.. ,,.. ,,.... Mrs. F W. Prothero was hast- CLASSIFIED ADS
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era recently to the W. S.-C, S. of 11

I the Silver Palm Methodist Church
WILSON PRESENTED FAREWELL GIFT :
; JUTR First t&wrttoa 300 a line; suDsequvftlM tosanklw
MRS. PAUL MRS. CHRISTIE NEW USO AIDES a program and business meet- J a Imo
', I-t,. served.'A covered dish .. luncheon ,


Vise Anne Wilson, full-Urn rain. Mn, Frank Belts and Mn The group voted 4o send a I 4-FOR RENT t

Jbftstesi it the USO this sumner V. M. Grennell served limeadeand '. subscription to the World :
cookies at the snack bar Outlook Magazine to the boys of :
}o Miami to resume
Kas lone Mrs. E. E. Vlhlni supervised the the Wesley Foundation at the J

leaching, and her place hat b'en ,mu'lo and Mn, Paul was tunics University of Florida.Mr. i MEN

taken by Mn. A. E. Paul who at the door. Mrs. L. 1. Field and

'- Mrs. Fred Suber were present and Mrs. Philip Shafer of) ; : ; .

pre-ms. also. Mt. Pleasant, S. C.. were dinner,

1 The door prizes, two boxer of guests of Mr. and Mrs Dave Williams :
In charge of thf office. Both MnPaul j
and Mrs. Christie had served fudge, were won by Staff S,'. on Friday night I

u' volunteer workers with Miss Ben Clarraputo of Homestead LEGAL I

Wilson.S"At Field and Mn. L. U Field at the .. NOTICES : ttecewary.
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the dance Tuesday nlvht. dance sponsored on Thursday of NOTICE or TRI'RTKS' SALE
last week by the Homestead Presbyterian HOMESTEAD HUII.DINQ AND" LOAN ,. Time
Mia Wilson was presented with a .
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ASSOCIATION
HOMFSTKAn
token of appreciation. Mrs. Adrian Church. Mn. Ceo. D. FLORIDA, is VOMINTABV oittntIUTIOW I ... (.')
Jacobs on behalf of the US't. Ruehle, general chairman, Wit AND LIQUIDATION. I .
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Notion ta > >
I r'"" that the "*T.rr
And blrector W. E. D. War: assisted at the snack bar by Mn .,..... as T...._ .... and br virtue, I i j "
tanked her for her co-operation Walter Wels, Mrs Marvin T. .f 1o _.._......."... kr the 11'_. ;:!, i iI I
Carl knhMm and the H.r< 'rf IMnrtnn '"f IW I Ii
and assistance. Mere than two,Murphy and Mn. Robinson Hnnrt.ad building and Lo AMnrl. i 1
who served 'limeade and home.' tI.., of H_..... PkMdn. e.1. Nil'
hundred guests mere prsntMrs .
Jacob wait general chairman I made cakes. Mn. Chris Petenenand I ones easier .the....prew/.b..1 and "... 141 Chap glatvta'lawa.". Mal I

and Mrs. Walter Weiss and Mrs. Joel J. Robinson were .f the Sni. of Plnrtda and .arid ., in* : :; :
hostesses at the door Mn. Eol ."... ..t r4 A..aketion.. .. Taodoe.fM .. MIAMI .,
Mrs. Ida Elchenberier served lath day .f A.wt. .1.1. at Thaw I ., rd)
fruit punch and cookies at the E. Vihlen played the Juke box OTInrk P. M. W., .. Tn .M '. I 1

-mack bar. Mrs. Paul was Incharve and Mrs. Cornwell was In chargeof tram hr the thereof. Stood and of with Directors the .*.....=., and ill* i -

of the music Mrs Geo. the check room. Other civilian I anpr '.l 1 at Itco nntmtler' of the stare iI
In the host group were: Mr. and ..f Florida will offer for ..lot' and ..II 1 I
hostess.at thedoor II ;
H> HUpatrirtt: was toad" .r.bd bids to One bleso.t leldd'r
and Mn. Geo. W. Turner Mfl. W. H.; Owens Mrs. Ten Tore for ......, the. mmlnlnii. the A.. |
bert Mn. J. R. Brooks Mra Jul. -..,..... Th. Tru.1*ar1L",via fewrirht I for large
the checking. Others
did. present to ssmg.o and Velvet a- all bid.
Included Mrs Fred Suber, M.... Ian H. Webster; M... L. L, Field. ..hje t. M the aopraoal any of the ...'. I (I with and
Mra. Fred Suber Mn. Lawrence Comptrollf.. A list of all the aMwta MIn
Preston B. Bird and Mrs. Lawrence tk. ffooip.rfm ft Uw ,.- and the '
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Pope, Mn. Vincent De Maria and ...... I buyer
Pope.Tomorrow. . "" and feweff ray ho ,inspoeted low I
Miss Patricia Robinson inyoaa lnbff g, the Redland Neighborhood ..111., M, the front..
\ Club will be In chargeof A Arterial aiMln of the T...._ will j I about 20
ho sold, at the offlr of the AxorlnlHiam I I future de-
the regular Saturday night REBEKAII ASSEMBLY HEAD < the Wife day of RrnlMnhrr lt4S. at I,
".ntt'. On Tuesday S-pt 7, a TO MAKE -VISIT OCT. 11 Thor Clark. P. M. which aioftlni' will I portion of
le. 01111 tn the puhllp, and at which flow write
special dance Is being planned Liberty Rebekah Lodge of this the >wl,..l kkh will'" k* ........ and an.Dalrd I I ,]i
under the sponsorship of the oreted or ...,.......,
Woman's Club of Homestead. Mu- city will take part with five o'ti this Itlh day rf Awu.t A. CO.
er .South Dade lodges In entertaining \1411. D'j I .
sic ". .11be furnished by an or- MIAII. d. TURNER" : Ph. 3 2211
Mrs, Irene Miler, president aTFI.I.A W. HARP!!..
d1t't a. and an' unusual numberof .
of the Rebekah Assembly I MARY SHFFFIKI.DA. ,
girls. Including a contingent Trustees of then Hoowatnd _.
from Miami.., la expected to be when she makes her official visitto HulMInt and Lan : r I I
Miami on Oct. 12. At a meetIng I Aiaortatlna la VntimtarrAat. 1
rrsent. The dance will begin at n........."'" and LIot.IoI.u. I :
8 I Instead of 8:30, it was announced of the local lodge Monday ( ... 17. .*.... a. IMS ; )
night Mrs. I. P. McLean noble 4
rNOTICE EDlro-- Tilt:
The First Methodist Church of grand appointed a committee to HOII'.I"PAD lUII.DINI1 AND LOON I
pun-Rase i gift for. presentation ASSOCIATION OF HnaRRTRAI),
homestead will sponsor the regular DADS COU ,:,. FLORIDA VOLIIN. other doe-
open house on Sunday after to Mn. Miler. TART DianolltTinN AND TO CLOSE and wit-
I The Initiation ceremonies, originally OUT THE AFFAIRS OF TUB AIWO.
noon Sept. 12. ..
.CIATION UNDER THK PROVISIONS
The usual games. were played planned for"Sept, 8. have OP CHAPTER ..... SECTIONS 6114.1AND ,
been postponed to Sept. 13, and seas IMI STATITTIt LAWS OPTIIK ,
at the usa Wednesday night STATIC OF rmmnA fAITTHORITFD < ".lrd, fla I
. with Miss Cecilia Harper In after the brief business meeting : RY DULY -
. Monday night those who will RKBOLUTIONS OP (
Charge and Mrs. Chas. T. Harper AND HOARD OF '
as' nortess. Limeade was served. participate in the ceremonies I SAID ASSOCIATION ADOPTF."I D .LOCAi.
practiced their parts. PROVED BY THK: ( : '
n-clal citest .at the USO op- THIT STATIC OP FLORIDA
>nj home Sunday afternoon when 1 Present at the meeting were: TO ALL CREDITORS '' ..WANTED

lira. Walter E. Gaby was hostess Mrs Blanche Chapman Mr*. F CLAIMS 9118 ANn 011"L'DEMANDS PI'RIOON6I: HAVING A. THIRD

aall enlisted men who are Span- S. Capllngw Mr*. Clum tHvonI SAID ASSOCIAT1Jl. AG"'NBT .. r M

ftfi n- sneak Se'. I Mrs Ouwie Joiner, Mrs Ann Vmi, and *ark of'/ ;. are krhr noil.h.v. b llntnntrail
Sparl'h were: S... .na required, In pnwnt any ..1.1". ,............
Harold Bass-ino Pfc Walter B. Messersmlth Mr*. Boyd Coherenoun : drn.nde. wht.1 rm or .qk-n of .. .

Hull r. P'.. Rudy Gaza PVt. Jose Mr*. P. L. Bowen Mrs -v ..mlmrtHiK the 11OMpRTRAninttt1MNO j '''''I''"
AN" IATIOVif
LOAN ASe'tl
'a&, and "Pi-f. totdl': l Ferrer. An Homer Sullivan. Mrs Dorothy '" .... >il Dad Coasts Pl-r formal program of .S'imnlshcrags (Cummings, Mrs. Mollie Wlpgite, .,IU W. Harm Motor 8h-ffl.M and
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Ch.n. Turner the */.. and <* and vlctrola record wa Mrs Rufus Crham. Mrs. Cora Tll .
i, nf said 01w.1owl a--v
reeeneed and Mrs. Osby played :Gordsy M.... Ed. Tlsdale. Mrs, -l.l'-n and ;!: then *.ores la ,A.> ofnm i : : : at 12:30
'.t "........... narfa Count. Flxr'dv A"
'e 'piano solo Mr*. (Vbv fpeiki Pauline Frame and Mrs McLean. I.'.'.... of ..err Rotawhatavr r. H.tw ,
er native' Spanish fluently and t t' "basil.rbiw." n1 a'.k....'..... .....t hI I ,
.--" to and ow Mlh eM ( "'''I' ''''"
ihe carried on conversational In I;;: within ..yen- from IK* il.tnf of '
that language with the errn. Asy excuse yea tall' give feeI th* fr.t) Knlillrallon" krnf R w Ck.o.If !!!
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[,One hundred fifty persons..In.eluding not upping JOur payroll U\I of ...M 00.s f. thm of F1 004.4<..M..IS4I statute laws be clef the

some sailors and a contingent I t logs ...n please lIal. no.... this lath dar At Ausu.t A. l>. 1843 bids
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ht4 sees pup,= HlrO'1
I$| of WACs, attended S*tur- : STrl.LA: W. HARPPR, furnishing
day tiighft dance in spite of the Pmidrnt gasoline[ ,
t I'I CHAS O. Tt'RM'R" lubricating

4A.... 141. 27. ***. *. it. Oett'I. . In-
I 4 .. I3. tealNOTICE .. and

OF APPLICATION FOR obtained at

, I TAX HERD \ clerk

File MmMotif .
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j b _hereby tl.fi that Emma : ( ) City Clerk.


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Outril'il fit as a hardof

equalization! rarh Mirdsy tat

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from 'E until) 10 P. M. from Au?.' !rO ft Krome' 1 tine


13 through Sept. 13. 1943. td _... Improved, and ) ____ IV

; f.e2.r: complaints 28 to tax valcc* ,: I 14% on price ; IVl

._. ';. r"-19; . . .."" Stratejfc : >

. ..'J Id increase in \ i 'St-
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Good Buys in Homes, Lots :,

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better buys for returns' on investment to- '
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f Furnished house in Homestead. $6,50.0.S. "

., Half cash. ..,,",;F,11," /,'
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House in Homestead..$4,500. .Cash : . :.:'


Ten acres glade land on East Mowry Road,. S

close in. All cash. ' ,;:, .. .
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100 lots in Homestead.colored town. Inside /: .

lots, $150; corner, lots, $175. -: t.:,
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.' 170 Acres glade land, close in. Price right ."f, ; '

for cash.

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Two houses in Homestead, each with two
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,., Partly furnished house and 5 acres. 2 1-2 '

:. acres ploughed ready to plant in tomatoes .

or fruit trees. $3,000 cash. '



Benjamin Warren Morris


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