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: August 7, 1942
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: VID00554
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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31 Homestead, Florida Friday, August 7, 1942 Price 5 Cents 4 4I

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To Augment Bahaman Supply ?







I Cleary Starts Conversion ICHANDLER MAKES REPORT




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41% MILES lifBRIDGES nri I(I Army Air Force Designates Geronimo AFTER NASSAU CONFERENCE

Subdistrict Head of Ground Observers 1

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![ Wm. J. Geronlrao, who was t
TOCOSTMILLION! mE WEATHER Little more than six hours after .
captain.In the United States army
I his Invited attendance at meeting
recently Official weather of the a
t during the first world war, report '
received certificate daslgnating 1 Subtropical Experiment $tatlon with the Duke of Windsor. left
Homestead, Florid. economic advisory committee and
him as "tub-district civil
director of the ground observer' ..... '....1..... I a.,. J Rats the Bahaman Islands executive
I I July 30 .-1 02 70 130.071 I councjlln Nassau Luther 'U
1 I II corps, the aircraft warning service ,July aI, III.U. 130.121 .ddresaecf'llftll'Un.
'Chandler .
1 first fighter command U. S. of Goulds a
The $880000; Overset Highway Army air force . with aU the !AIItt. 1. sq 6D 1 1Aug. 1 of growers In Homestead
2 i JI2 881 I I .01
contract held by Clean Bros. powers and duties pertaining A I school auditorium last night and
AUf. a. .3 14 130020AUI.
Construction., li for :convtr. thereto in accordance with the 4, 4 01 68 130.111Aug. I urged that theylose no e..m
present and future orders of the lining out questionnaires that
ion of II railroad viaduct between -. II a. .j D3 6D 130.071r
first fighter command I result in the importation of Bahaman ..
Big Pint Key and Key West All five listening stations in this r labor for South Florida

Into highway bridges, and doe sub-district' of the aircraft warn- farms this winter It federal agen .
not Include any road work except, (Continued on Page Eight) i JUNK RALLY" IN ties are unable to till the need \
of this country's unemployed
for :
approach fills. ) I Mr. Chandler said that the minute LIP
*- flip fact 'vas made cleat! yesterday 974 OLD'RECORDSALREADY PLANS TO BOOST this government asks for the -..

by V. R. Gorham, vice- .Bahaman Tarm labor It will be ,

president ef the company who arrived -! SALVAGE DRIVE forthcoming The Bahama toUnris
GIVEN ;with, a population of 80000 have
here from West Palm Beachto ,
t: 7,800 on the unemployment rollshe
ID over the project with J. H. H said. The number has bern
{ LOCAL DRIVE Plans for a big "junk rally" to
Langford, superintendent of con ill': I be held shortly after Au,. 21 as a:(I temporarily cut down by employjment .
WM J. CIRONIMOVIRGIN I
struction.Mr feature of the current: scrap metal,I of colored labor on the airbanes
United States Is
which the
: Gorham said that the company -j Nine hundred ninety-four phonograph drive will be made at a meeting of j I''
the local salvage committee.which 1 I constructing on those islands,.but
e will go ahead with the contract records have been turned ISLANDS end
this employment will be at an
Chairman
Geo N. Wakefield will
aa fart as material and 'ever to John G. Salley Post, In the ,call next week. I'I'I '(I within 60 or 90 days
equipment can be shipped to the I In addition to the'Bahama la.
American nation-wide i
Legion's AG.STATIONHEAD:i Reports from salvage depots I In.I
project area The fint material 'f to1 I[I land labor that is available, other
djcato
I wlhia weeks Last drive to furnish musical entertainment that the drive has jet
expected two British West Indian poaseslons can
week it for the armed forces of gather momentum that will send!IIt'I'ap !l
was announced that Cleary ROTARY GUEST Continued on Page Eight
metal "commandos"rock
Bra. had rescinded 1U contract the United Stabs wh wr'Che1 r!
an the ground that the state road may be. I iI i!pita, abandoned groves, dead-en ,

department bad Reflected to obtain j The discarded, cracked: and broke I I Norman Skeoch, director of tht i roads and forgotten by-ways after: !COUNCIL TO SIT
rusting iron that can be made inn-
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priorities on materials. Mr. en records are to be turned in as agricultural: experiment station .
Gorham, said yesterday that the salvage from which new records maintained ,at St Croix, Virgin i to the sinews of war
1 I Mr. Wakefield said last I
night |
company bad since! been guaranteed will be made The quota of the Islands by the United States Department IN SESSIONS TO
that the state would take local post is 1,300 but post officials of the Interior, was a'scheduled
care. of the priorities question hope that this figure may be exceeded guest at the Homestead Rotary|
Work oa a separate contract for by the time the drive closes Club luncheon Wednesday noon. j lIt difficult: for the committee: to EQUAUZETAX
Id together heretofore, but he
construction of I highway bridge on Aug 15. 1 The chief crop: of the Virgin Is. I
across Jewfdh Creek was begun Most of the records received lands, which the United Sta'is: believed that next week i more ;
Hom.dd11
by deary Brae last week This have been brought to Legion purchased from Denmark in lilT completely organized campaigncould i, The council: will

pan, which will be 21 feet wide Hall by those who want to.con: for $25,000,000, is. sugar cane, Mr. be mapped out and the Junk start Its annual sessions as aboard
aDd contain a Jack-knife draw tribute to the entertainment and Skeoch said. Location of the Islands .:drive started on the way to getting 1 of equlUzation Monday night

will.be built at an estimated cost happiness of the service men. would be recognized probably -,IU full stride.Homestead's. and continue them through three

of. '1".800. I| Persons who are unable to bring by realizing that they are six commercial junk 'additional Monday nights Aug 17,
A total of four and one-half their records to Legion Hall are miles east of the island of Puerto yard yesterday morning reported I'I'I j Aug 14 and Aug II
relies of bridge li contained lathe urged to call: Post Adjutant Wm J. Rico, be said t I that it had taken id S5.DOO pounds 1I I At these meetings which' start
CS-mCe strip of F E. C. roadbed Geronimo whose telephone num. Mr. Skeoch was t guest of Dr.1 I(lot scrap metal since the drive be.l.t 8 o'clock taxpayers may present -
between .Big Pine JCey and ber is 73. ,E Andersen, assistant horticulturist lID two' week, ago. Th south any protest on assessments
Stock bland, the key immediately'i In any event, remember to get 'of'Subtropical Experiment :,Dade quota Is 500 tons, according I which in their own opinion are
,;to word received from Mn. C. H. not in Tine with assessments 01
adjacent to the local '
Welt
Key on the your recprds'to Legion StatIon,-which the SL Croixexperiment' I
....... A concrete highway bridge post by next Thursday head visited. Wednesday ', (Continued on Pas Eight) other property In the same neigh
I borbood. Aa a board of equalisation -
already eeimerts Stock Island and .
tl i Mrs. GauzenB Resign the council Key West
These bridges will be Santa Claus Route Parades ending with two minutepatriotic
only,It ftet with,as compared: toMe I Chosen by speechessend-offs for Position of LibrarianThe all which protests and found adjust to
inequalities are
M-foot width of the Jewflih the men 'wholeave for army

Creek 19111I I f Visit to Steflanis.l I camps'and a'schedule of nweUnftf resignation\ of Mn. J. J:.' exist At its meting last Monday

Superintendent. Uwtford Mb In Bayfront'Park are on the snor-1 jGeusens librarian e4 Lily Law-'night, the council authorized Street
that' the project would probably A gray owl with awing spreadof ate-buIldinT program of the Dade,,relICt Bow Library was accepted Committeeman Henry Breoker
be divided into three sections r' four or five' feet paid an tin- County Defense -CPU-,]. J. M. by Hemesteedi municipal itbnry -:'
col.
to the streets in
I Jr. improve
with a.main camp maintained hi expected. on Mr,_and Mrs. Hoffman,; chairman ef the.- board at 'a' meeting last' '
the adghkorhood of Saddle Bunch.' .C H..SteOanl Sunday when It ciT committee Information,j:night at the' borne of Mn. H. B.|ored other town equipment as soon as are machineryand available
Keys All engineering work hat fell down the chimney ef their education awl morale, told the Ewlng
,
for the work
atreedy been _leWd by the state l borne is N. W. Eleventh street club 11 I|, ZxpreaslM regret ewer KILl' Roy Darby .waa given: permlitoa -
aced department A la At Jt flew from .living room of t
year expected Development a fighting spirit Cement resignation the board to Move maw stag which: he
to be required for actual to kitchen and then to the front '
along with a patriotic ousnesu ;decided to announce that applications now operates at Prlseeton: tq :a
construction. t doer which they held inviting is a big need of the present time, to, fin the petition win betaken location within the oily limit etHoamtead.
Won comnletfon of the work of spent, tt left I Duck trail of Mr. Hoffman said. utll Aug. SO. The salary' .
cwirertlnr! ,the old' T E. C. route on walls and Venetian blinds "Until you and I and everybody '"f the librarian la ftS a month.

t te highway purposes, the present weD as furniture and floor. go out and everything' we possibly Library board members present, C. or c Mxm MONDAYThe
t tortuous narrow road and bridges Last summer another Cwt can to help n we at the meeting were: Wm. Muaselwhlte -
ar either end of the Oversea High-117 cia::'. Santa Claus damsel at are sot going to win this war," he, Geo. M Frlck Mrs. 1.- nto>.< MuailJy meeting

war will be abandoned and aoMvxInwMv -' Steffaol home, but he flew said. He defined monje aa Ing, Mn. Virginia Walton an<*, ef the Kesilairf. District Chan
M miles eliminated Member e/ tine family and Courage tt 110 forward id the IMj Mn. A. R. 1.1.,....a-. Also present bar at Cenuneret will be held
frees the distaiec between Florida. "",killed bx one of SM'boo cution of.a duty In spite of was W. R. Bud library ewnsnitteeaMM ai I f. sn. Meaday U the Chamber
City gad Key West 'a Use Ml..... I tag that actuation labad.. .of the city ewne I ef LaaMarrre balMIog.J. .


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' .. Friday August 7
Pare-Tm* HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE .,<
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umIDllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmmUII11! white, Julia and Wm. Mussel. Sunday. . ." (Florida City) 1 Sam Hickson PartnerIn because of transportation' -dips..
culties. .
'white returned last week from an I[, -"Mr. and Mrs. Joe Plnell returned California i Project 1'; e
4 ,, McKee and San) BlondQ put on ,.
'
l auto trip to'Georgia. i home from Lexington, I ****" SS> f. exhibition\ of
an the American
'20 Years Ago -"Mr. and Mrs. Jot Burton and,'Kentucky Saturday morning. Sam Hickson who has been with Cross method of rescuing a semi.i'A Rod a'{
;children 'will leave Thursday; in:They were accompanied home by !the Miami Ship Building Co. If conscious ,person from the w.Ier'iiI!
(t their car to spend a aca"Jon in I Mrs. Pinell's parents, Mr. and spending a few days'wish his parents .,by; a person or persons In a canoe,.*
'" 'he Mbvtiif. MM wo _... Mr- Atlanta and Columbus, Georgia, Mrs. Charles James and her Mr. and Mrs. J. R.,Hickson I,I Billy Campbell won the under.J|
i
-it feOM llta> W Ik* miU.Minx friends and relatives." brother and sister Roger and Aaron, leaving for Los ]
before
.t tlliln4 Mw. It IMS, visiting of water distance swim and. the_34- j
.r w. 0"Mo., rl..w.. .. a.... M4 -"Mr. and Mrs. Philip D. Eula. Mr. James has purchased Angeles where he and two other meter backstroke and showed,.1
r..e_+react-, Wish w.r Reams returned Friday; from twenty acres of land west of the I men are starting a ship building sportsmanship by competing la
northern Florida, accompanied by Hainlln mill, which he will now company. other events. .
AIIIIJlllilllUllllllmllllllllunfilillPltA. !! ? Clifton Gosmnan and his bride clear and plant in trees." (Red- He was graduated from Alabama I, An amusing trouser race was

... 1*, Iftl"CouncU and their parents Mr. and Mrs. land) I Polytechnic Institute as an I won by Don Done, and Don and
Charlie Cowman." "Friday; nigh the coroner's aeronautical engineer three years Billy Jacobs put on a clown act' ;,
met In regular session -I "Lillian Rhodes celebrated Inquest in the case of James ago. Mrs. John-Barker and Miss Baivv
In the town ball on Monday her tenth birthday, Aug. 9th with I. Ryan deceased was held in the I bara Done displayed a bit of 1
evening, Aug. 7 with ill members a party of friends at the home of town hall with a number of Interested Mary Thomas Attends .... fancy diving on the one-meter' /
,
present . Attorney G. E:. Me- parties, present Fred board.
her grandparents on Eighth
Caskill was present and read a (tree*. . ." (Florida City) Pine, county solicitor, represented Local Swimming: :Meet I I
cornmunlca'Jon which said the the state. The Jury . TO TEST COWS
water bond had been Invalidated. -"Miss Annabel Lochrie returned returned verdict that 'death was Exhibition ; demonstration Dr. Frederickson of the coun
Under the provisions of the town I from) a' most enjoyableauto caused by an unknown process, swimming by Mary Thomas, nationally I I veterinarian office will be at I'
the
north. Her
trip through
charter if It li desired to start probably alcoholic'.'' known swimmer and mo- office of County Agent C. H. Stet '
.a water work, electric light plant, plans for a'lhort course at the ton picture fans at 8 a. m. Monday to
or any public utility, it mutt be I I University of Chicago, were cancelled Bfhllaf men are doing prise event 1'A a.rCK':: I i,1act owners of cows who
\ submitted to the people and receive because" of the Illness of ...,.. Here at home swimming, meet at the municipal|[their animals tested for tubtrculosls.
her mother. (Florida ) 1 .
a two-thirds majority bee City tOw least we can 4o Is put 16% !pool Sunday. j I I .i
fore bonds can be voted. This! -"Mrs-Wm. Lochrie celebratedher "(!lime IB War Bonds I Expected Miami swimming I I I The tests entail no expense oa
was not done and the bonds standas I sigh tJ.4i econd birthday _last_ on share la America. teams, however failed to appear the part of the owner. ,"
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If they had not been voted. I':
o"A number of friends heartily

surprised Mrs. Andrew Rapp by ,
giving her a party In celebrationof 1481W.-In am Dip*IN 114 ME 14211 ol V 1cmirl.10704:4.
her (T) birthday, last Saturday
night, at her home in Red.I
PhoneMcCrory's '
." Opposite
Jand."Dr.
B. F. Eckman leaves .
Tuesday for a trip to New Orleans
where he has business In 67 '
)
terests. He will either drive :
through or go to Tampa and take ,
the boa."
-"Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Cobb and
family and Mrs. Percy Manley
and family are spending a vacation DELIVERIESDAILY
at the Browning Hotel si !
Miami Beach at the present time." : 9:30A'.M.,10:30A.M.,3:30P.M.SAT.:9:30A.M.,10:30: A. M., 4:00 P. M., 9:00 P. M.
"Miss Inet Taylor and her
brother left Monday for Georgia.
."
-"Mr and Mrs. R. Mussel- World's Best Armour's Heinz 'i.



Delegates Give Report to Assembly at ChurchA COFFEELb. MILK'5' forVINEGAR e j


report of the Baptist Assembly
held in DeLand from July 21 Tall Cans Tomato Juice
till July; 29 was given at the evening
"
service hour at the First Baptist 4"C 37
Church of Homestead Sunday; Limit 2 cans 1f17c ,t
by seven young people who attended
the assembly, Mist Frances
Byrd, Miss Ann Shackleford, Mist ARMOUR'S or JEWEL'SLARD
i
Frances Rutland, Forrest Bell,
Theodore Orfanedes, Lynn Irwin

and Shackleford The Wilbur program Caves.was, arranged presented by Miss by 4 lb. pkg. 69c 1 1Roger's

Robert Willeta who also made an
Inspirational address.
After the service, the ;young
people and many.of the older
ones enjoyed; I fellowship hour Blue PlateMAYONNAISE- Pillsbury Best
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MAMMOTHPEAS x x x X


HOTEL Pt. - 290 FLOUR


PATRICIA Qt41C 51b.-- Z9c
3 No. 2
cans
10 Ib. ;,
312 S. E. 2nd Ave. - S7c

MIAMI 39c COFFEE, lb. 33c 1 20 Ib. - 99c .,

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.. Overlooking Two blocks bay trend and Flatter river QUALITY MEATS FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES i

Street..

Quiet, cool comfortable.KeflBtJ i T'BONEO SIRLOIN GOLDEN RIPE


aise.pbere.SPECIAL STEAKS - lb. 39c. BANANAS, 3 Ibs. 16c 1


RATESTO I FANCY BEEF .


SOUTH DADERS CHUCK ROAST lb. 33c. POTATOES 101lbs. .33c

$1.25 Single ,
FRESH FRESH

$2.00 Double PORE BECK BONES SPARE RIBS LARGE IlEAUDCE' t,


I lb.lic: lb. 23c 'L 2-'for 25c ::


8ta* .remlcht to ttahknswtttlsw 1 .SKINLESS 'RESII GEORGIA' ,"

( vow iailiias IST*' WIENERS lb 26c PEACHES 3 lbs.
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slayer';trip'" (which ascaaa (M, I .

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&i >> .. ..' Floridians .Fail'to' Realize States!-' the ment.large was challenged poultrymea by.son of *tk**f.


"f MEN IN SERVICE Resources, Therkildson Tells Club 1 the country.figure However climbed, to the more next than year


... .- .. "" ,. . bd''two hundred ninety-five tonM
.
- --- I Native Floridians fall to realize owns 14 000 acres and 4 000 a result of increased shipping by
If .the Immense natural resources of of rang cattle, In the central part I more breeders who read the article
, Tom Collins at Edgar Sias who Inducted J
School
; was and entered the market.
the state and visitor from other of the state, he related.
For Medical Training I I Into the army at Camp Standing.states are amazed at the vast agricultural -! The problem of disposing of
sl last week Is borne on a 10-day fur activity of Florida whenthey molasses from the sugar plant at I BOYER TAKES COCKS:
lough..
Sgt Tom Collins son of ( Investigate It, W. F. The Clewliton was solved by feedingIt
Eva Collins, who has been c..1 I Iklldion told the Redland DIstrict I to range cattle, which gained Miami, Aug 1-.1. A. Soper, 4., .
Staff Sgt Richard Mattaon of I ,of Homested. has enrolled In the
the medical' battalion In the Lions Club Tuesday night at much as two pounds a day and{
,.' Zone sine 'he enlisted In the fall,) MacDIU Field arrived In Florida Mr. Therkildson, a resident of, produced an extra tint quality of Embry-Rlddl School of Aviation
Is now at the officer candidateschool City Saturday on I ten-day fur the Redland District It beef, he laid here for a course fitting him foe

of the medical replacement lough. e e e I da editor of the AII-rlorl-I I Mr. Therkildson In one of his II III a part In the nation war effort.

center at Camp Barkeley, Texas. and devoid his time to traveling stories stated that over one hun- He U taking the arc welding
Mr. and Mrs. Jos L. Hlckson
, He has had three years of premedical -I of I jall over the state searching for dred twenty alx tons of baby course}
Naranja are expecting a visit
. work at the University of Material and verifying fact In I chicks were flown to South I
this week-end from their IOn, READ THE WANT-ADS
Florida and served a year as or. the past five yean he has cov- America In I year. This state
John Landon Hlckson
petty'oftlcer
derly at Jackson Memorial Hospital ered 380,000 miles from Key Westto '
third class He enlisted in the
k and the county hospital at Kendall Pensacola. I'
navy before.Christmas and after
"Florida ranks third In range I
a preliminary.course entered on
. a "
cattle In the U S. said Ther
six-month course in the Aviation
kildson, "and when the survey
Lieut. Edward Lawrence Machinists' Mate School at Jack-
now being made by the state department URNERS FUNERAI
Transfers to Air Corps of agriculture Is corn-I i

completed. pined, will probably move up to
Lieut. Edwin Lawrence who is I second place now held by Mon- 0 E2aE
being transferred from the quartermaiter '- tant"I

corps to the air corps Miami, Au,. 8 Among the men I When he first published the
will report for duty at Kelly Field,!leaving for enlistment in the navy tact that Florida was third in Ambulance Service

San Antonio'today. If be passes I on July 31 was Frank J. Golem- range cattle, he was immediately
the required physical test there he beskt!, Jr., Route 1, Homestead I challenged by cattlemen from all LADY ATTENDANT
will train to be a pilot. announces. Guy r, Hull, chief over the country, he said. A manI Phone 270 Homestead Fla
,
Lieut Lawrence has been stationed carpenter mate, recruiter in I from Illinois who questioned his
at Fort Banning. Ga., and charge of the local lubata Jon. I I statement was convinced and now
was on maneuvers In North Carolina -
'
when he received official notice -
that his application for trans.
fer had been granted and that ho r'A .
was given a furlough to visit his -
J U NKI'
parents, Mr' and Mrs. E. L. Lawrence

Mr. Lawrence -accompaniedhim

to San Antonio.e e e.


Eldred Deweese Is NowU. ,

S. Marine Corporal
Pin*in
6ASYMml gag VIGPIT

Aerial photographer Eldred De-
weese of the U. S. Marines stationed -
at San Diego has been promoted -i

from private first class. to -' '

corporal.Von Peweese. brother of Corp.: . 'J''':::; .

pevieese, has been transferredfrom I I: 1''Jfi
the marine base at Parri
Island S. C. to Norfolk, accordingto l ,!if W plo

word rceived by Mrs OsileCllmtr ':' !

mother of the two boys ::r. .,


Radioman James Field MA
Back from Australia "What'. it good for?"

"Gum, tank, and maybe ,
James Field of the U. S. ti

Navy, radioman first class, has part of a plane"i i
recently made I trip to Australia .
and hopes to go again, according .
to word received by his
parents, Mr. and Mrs L. L. Field.
He had been stationed at Pearl
Harbor three yean when the Dec

7 attack, was made.
e e e

Earl Field who enlisted In the In the barnyards and gullies rate of production cannot be attained

Naval Reserve eight yean ago o".rm..ndin the basements or Increased; the necessary tanks, pint JUNK MAKESand
and, has been In active service
and cannot be '
attics of hornet it lot of ship .produ-:
five years, was recently made a FIGHTING WEAPONSJunk
The rubber situation la also critical
radioman tint class He and which it doing no good
Mn Field are at Memphis In spite of the recent rubber drive, On old diet
where it it but which it needed .
there need for .11 ,.o"id.
is a continuing large .feel

to The reach first Mr. photographed and Mn Max letter Los. at once to help smash the quantities of scrap rubber. Abof'orot.her. ..ep...d.dlwe1.1 t ;

ner from their son, Monroe, arrived Japt and Naiit. waste materials and metals like brass, J mte+; ,I"hiarbY.a ;

Tuesday, ten days after he
copper, line, lead and tin.
had written the original In Ireland Scrap Iron and steel, for example.
The Junk: which you collect is bought One oU pbw edit Mp make.
Even in peacetime scrap provided on* hundred 71-mrB. ttmarMcttini
by industry: fran scrap dealers at established ( prajccttln.miic .
about 50%of the raw material for steel.
.
alVernment-controed:: : prices.Will I
It may be rusty, old scrap" to you you help?
but It U actually relined tteel-with
EXPERT
First-collect all of'your waste material .
most impurities removed, and can bequickly I tt v v
One--nid
melted with new metal in the and pile.it up. 0 Hrep o.ld.r V }'I PI 'f
BARBERING Then. -sell it to a Junk dealer, giveit rubber
form of pig iron to produce highest rte: II VVVVThe
to a charity, take. it yourself to the

lUlrcBl ___..___ We quality steel for our war machines. nearest collection point,or get in touch !

Star ..._ ISShanpe production of steel has gone with Local Committee. tJA
(rtaUi)__ MeSlump up up UP, until today America U your Salvage P One sere old 4"-4"-lower'win Mp
If live on a farm consult f,
you your
** (MedleatedIse turning out aa much steel a*all the ret

Stag tie of the world combined/ But unless at County War Board or;your;farm implement

Facial ____ Me feast 6,000,000 additional ton of scrap: dealer. MATERIALS NEEDED

r'cIaflack ___' 75* steel U uncovered promptly the full Threw YOUR Mnp hits the flgMI Scrap Irises AIM KtMisi
CaaBblBatle FaeiU__ Tic
." Tank _._,...- &% 4% Other metals *f M. kinds.OMnittar. .
Tats pMsaoga approved Conssxvufioai DtvJssosi
: Mulach Trial ___ It* .
WAR PRODUCTION BOARD
Ran Manila .
rpa, burtop bc>
BUSH'SBarberShop TM r iiilln i l MM >r k* w w..w ..--.
: := :: W.'CeelLlnc FaMECVt ...... ...
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1_ r -' era aeries Dr. Gallup finds that tS per "*
-_ '1. ItlL N ... at cent of those Interviewed favor ; "
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L a7r. the death penalty for convicted "
saboteurs. -
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Japs Loot Systematically! .1.1I I Headline to a Miami Herald -"

I I book review: "Can Wife Bo V
The office of war Information .1I
BIaSed If she is a loyal) wife ?
slates that Japan like Its Axis
.1I I I how could she be otherwise? ''<((
partner, Nazi Germany U systematically e a "
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the territories It
looting .1I I A San ford man says that town '';
conque. The OWl bases 1U I '
b IDS year old. And hasn't quit ,
statements on message ga bered Wore .
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growing yet ;
by the federal communications t : ,.' 'i
commission, which has a staff JRWtflWtfAnf
1 that listens to foreign broadcasts. I PO&TGAtTS ).- Last year it took I, 200 tons of
steel to nuke Ohio's auto tags.
In occupied China and in Burma FROM This year it and 16 other state

aa well ai the Netherlands : 11vqr 14 IN 1821 will us* paper stickers on the v
STAMPS .
Indies, the Japanese armies are windshield. Ohio's will be two by .'
followed by merchants Indus'rlal- FLORIDAHAD four inches. 5.My .
I.... bankers and propagandists, ourKNOW e .

M well aa large staffs of specially 11A(IQ UE The valuable records of the ;.
trained civil servants, who rule TAVOs Catholic church at St Augustine
the newly acquired lands and explot' P/CT//'fS OF o MASNMGl't dating back to ISM. have been .

them for the benefit of To !/ W AND Z sent to Indiana for 'the duration" >?;

kyo.The for safekeeping. -,
Japanese are careful to e .

maintain a semblance of selfruleand turna si snrAr K c uwrr yARE 'In I column article reciting the I ,.\

so pick out a puppet official THE Mm'If AND SM/ir facts. the Dayton Beach Observ. :,,
for each region. Education and 'KsCREAY7OV states that but .
4t000.000 7W.'S tt .on* .governor jfj.
religion are in charge of teachers O* avMi has ever been'reelected in Florij ,

. carefully prepared for their tasks. am 4emarL. 6MOSSMOADA k PYAR Its da and..there Twas an eievein-year Xviis.lnUrimrin .

' A propaganda of ha'* Is put out tS/MM 'E' .y taw r+wr : o.rrrr tai ; I his .terms, ,William D. '.' tv
: with such slogans as Asia for the N7Ztg AMCAP / Bknhan was elected to serve fromv
" Asiatics.* meaning Asia for the IM1 to I8Mand"win la lt7 fvr't:

f Jsponee. a four,year .term.. .1*
I The Japanese have Invented YOUR NEIGHBOR : e e *' S

"military currency sys'em1 which Children in Court I Nplq....... us thai. a certain ,'Jj

R I makes existing currency illegaL * * * land one can plant his ..rdftl .Ia ., ,..
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J This la followed up by the Issuing | ; Br Sedge Msketa. tlatffcM.COVETS the-.morning and eat vegetable .: LL"nub".ot
1 of new currency based on rates therefrom la the evening TIle r

favorable to Japan, and then with * *, if V* *' *.* ,*. .-.- or Tea strivesThose I this Is that the land toIn'northern t "I

po this money local goods are boughtIn CP.A\J.: Norway ,where day. ,
I quantities 'a suit the needs of who h.ve'followed the light lasts 1,550 hours. 1 .
HAITI ISLAND"Nextdoor
"MOUNTAINOUS
the invaders. At Tanjong Priok. rapid advances made In the study : '; '
the big assembly plant of General iworld.' and treatment of Juvenile delinquency ,
neighbor to the: Through It runs the'nameof Hunting for buried treasure In -
I Motors was.taken over, whiletheGoodyear United States Haiti the only |' a national hero,' Toussint Lou- candidly believe that Florida has lest lost Its lure. The t

Tire and Rubber factoryIn French-speaking republic In vertiire; and second only, to Lou- during fete next twenty, years we city of Key West owns the islet s?;.
, the Netherlands Indies is now America, is a land of a thousand verture the name of Jean Jacques will-look back upon present day known a* Stock Island and a ecmpany "

farms. I iDeaullnes i leader of the final reVolt Juvenile court methods In much i has been formed to search .

:Campang.I Jutting from the Caribbean I i and first chief of the government I the same light as we now of regardthe two I for gold supposed to be hidden .i
medical profession
about fifty miles to the southeastof of free Haiti. $|there as Indicated. on an old map +,
I cho Company. Cuba Is the mountainous 1 I Louverture centuries ago. There U little,owned by the late Robert Pent J.
i tropical a figure truly extraordinary -I court of
doubt thatthe Juvenile '
A broadcast picked up from of the Island city. !J
I Island of HispanloU. Here Is was a former slaveof
Berlin states that Japan has decreed I the future will be transformed ,
j where Columbus first set foot lathe African stock. At the time correctional tribunal I V
t government control over new world. The' Island ls I when the ground-swell of the Into a which scientific: will have little In- The West Palm Beach concern
staple goods. The Japanese ministry I '
i shared by Haiti and the Dominican I French revolution was beginningto with the court of the to which was awarded the contract
I. of agriculture and forestryhas Republic.I The amallerot, the [ be felt In the Americas Lou common to 'build It bridges on the Overseas ,iI:
laid out a program for a long two Haiti Is the more populous;1 I I.verture had risen through colonial present era. highway "cutoffhas ro- ,

\ W'8r.I .Is. In fact the most thickly set- military ranks to become a general Today a Judge with his limited I sagged on the Job. saying the. state 'if
.tied of aU American republics, In the French army and governor resources, has no control whatsoever :bad not obtained priorities for :
I Banking Fees with a density of population of Saint Domingue. He ever social conditions and ,steel The sure says it will itself ;
i cannot possibly meet all recommendations build them for less than the three
about that of the state of New called an'assembly which declared i tI
Editor Coleman Rogers of "The his !
! York. In a territory of 10,700 for,:Independence, adopted made by psychiatrist I million bid. Maybe so and maybe lI
Florida leer", offlcal publlca'lonof advisor. We do not wish toresort
miles two-thirds conslitutloii"and it not It does not usually: '
square ; mountains : a made him governor can y
the Florida Ice Manufacturers'Association and predict I ,
to prophecy
and one-third fertile slopes for life. Napoleon, then run that way -
presents in his current andVMstal plains one of everyten first consul, outraged sent a powerful that the millenium Is Just aroundthe ;.1
Issue the following amusing Is self-evident that ,
la population of three million expedition of troops and corner. It Something over a week ago a )
summary of alleged "Importantnew find hi agri. the' Juvenile) court of the'future after 7- killedin
their livelihood warships under command of his man, shortly p. BL
banking fee regulations'. culture. The soil too, 1s the chief brother-in-law, General LeClerc. must be given wide powers be- the southwest section of Miam :r

I. Entering bank: front door financial support of their progressively After a number of fierce battles fore It can reduce the problem of four people and made his escape, ,

$SO; back door. ISc. modern government From the colonists were defeated and child delinquency. leaving no motive, save possiblyrobbery

L Spitting on floor: plain. Sc; If come the coffee, cotton, sugar Louverture, captured through The blame for the present cha- and no clue, though seen f
tobacco 10c.S.Asking sisal and bananas which make up tnad1er7.'111''' sent to Trance to otic state{ of affairs in regard to by a dozen persons. Now the ,.
, for balance: 11.00 about M per cent of the country's die In prison, In ISO). Juvenile crime cannot be shifted Miami papers are grilling the police '

.n 4. Arguing about balance: In espcstts, with coffee alone _. Attempt,bT the French to reestablish on the Juvenile court because it I department for fumbling the
j civil manner; Me; In quarrelsome coursing for three-quarters of the slavery was signal for becomes Increasingly evident that cases

! manner, f 1.00; second time |2.M; total U *y second revolt under the leadership our whole structure Is at fault I

third time, 500. Under the enterprise of the of Dessalinea who, like The legalistic methods now employed -, Jack Bell columnlwt in the .
j 5. Speaking out of turn: to I I French to whom the western end s by certain courts can well Herald that barmen are willing 'i

.. president $1.00; to cashier, Me. of the Island was formally cededIn Son-sal of African blood. A bitter be supplanted by new and moreeffective to observe the midnight closing
, to any rice-president no charge. technique which Includes hour but that service principally -
IS.,. Haiti became the brightest struggle of a year, during which I men,
.. Leaning oqeller's window: peal In the French colonial the French army lost M.OOO men Informal bearings with a officers, complain and
one elbow We; both elbows, 100. empire. With new wealth pouringIn and M generals In battle and by: minimum of publicity and constructive cause trouble; they try to get another '','

,. Requesting reduction of Interest In the form of sugar Indigo yellow fever, ended In triumphfor i, supervision of probationers. drink after It "beer about
j rate on loan: In hopelessmannerSOC coffee and cotton, the landed the colonists. Among the' Many types of family losing the unused portion of their

1, ; In persistent manner overlords were naturally In high dead was. LeClerc himself. On I cases should be adjusted Informally drinks at that hour and sit then

. 500. spirits over the colony on HispanloU -I On January 1. 1804. Saint Dom tiy trained social Investigator refusing pay their checks after
.. Telling Joke to official or recently ceded by Spain. ingue proclaimed its independence and psyeWstrUts without 11, etc.<< Sweet mess, Isn't 19
: employee: original Me secondhand : dragging them Into court '. .
, aj> ; But the productivity of the I and took again the old open
$100. former Spanish colony called Indian name Haiti. I While ws speak of Improve Governor Holland: b a forth
. .. Keeping rendezvous In lobby: Saint Domingue by the French,I The Haitians of today after ments. It is suggested that courtsreserved right official. He gave the sheriff
with brunette Me: with redhead by la the work of slave brought nearly 1M years'are still build- for adults should act on of Broward County two wan-
I 7Sc; with blonde (If wining ...- continuously and In great Bum- from the devastation ,of two the endorsement of the late Chief trap about gambling then on the

traduce). no charge; with wife. ban tram Africa. By the time of 11n' for Independence In which Juitsce Taft, who recommendedthat third call said "You're out- andremoved
w sympathetic glance from officers the French Revolution Saint It"gatiou'aysterns were 1 public defender be elected,J him. Officials from

and employees. Domlngue'a slave population had and farm lands laid or appointed Is every criminal j Shut-Eye-Town had better wakenup.
10. Keeping president or vtce- reached 400.000 of a total of waste Steadily as a sovereignstate court throughout the nation at a .
'presldent from golf game 10000. 470.000. The end of the system the nation __ .not only regular salary. Justice Tift also

that was producing the wealth I toward production such M the nco amend.cl. that a departmentbe claims domesfle relation and
With all !.. attendant liabilities was but 1 scant five years away.i-Queen Of'"the, Antilles- once established In every state .to other type of courts. This kind
and legs entanglement the John The story of Haiti' struggle for{yielded loss France- but looks forI offer legal advice and service of procedure would enable theaverage
Itlngliag art museum bequest to liberty b on* of the most stirring ward, and with reason, to the suits aced defense In civil, small closest small Income j
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Florida is, to use a slang expression M well II one ''of the most dais 'whi1'' Tu produJti..' greater to avail himself of those "

1 headache the state abet tragic of afl the romance of the|and more varied aa farm methods will far. surpass all previous ao-MOed eqoai rights before tee

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. '':-.' ''of Mr. an4 Mrs. R. S. Clark and'[ Mr*. F. IX Meek and daughter.I Saturday for El: Dorado Art

I Homestead High School: senior, U ,Joylene returned Saturday from I Albert Brown of Jay West pent

and Around visiting her brother-in-law and Edison, Ga, where they have'.the week-end here. .
: In sister. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Scott been vacationing.

In Cleveland 0. and working tit Mr. and Mra.-Buddy Robert areAnnouncing
4- a drug store In the city I I Mil, Carol Lee: : daughter of Mr.[ the birth at a ....

Homestead 1 ___ I,.and Mrs. Curtis E. Lee, returned pound son Luther Leon, Jr. Tuesday -
{ 1 T, R. Ellis hat come from Fort, Monday from a ten-day visit with In the James Archer Smith
, Myers to make his home in Miss Gloria Myers In Miami HoapitaL. .

1'' r ::11II. Goulds. He will be Joined soon) 1 I
'by Mrs. Ellis who la visiting relatives Ross ReJU la expected to arrive' Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Creach and
Principal P. M. Hindmaa who, FlUhugh, thetr ton and daughter- la South Carolina. today from Fort Walton to visit I family of Homestead moved lab
It teaching educational courses at: in-law, plan to move to Homestead I his mother Mrs. Selma Relts. He I the Severy house on Palm Ovations
the University of Miami thweek 4, within the next two week,1 Min Ann and Catherine It employed at Eglin Field. I Saturday.Charles.
took one of the university iShackleford returned Saturday Ivan Moser. grounds superintendent -I

.. apartments to eliminate the spend-ing I from a two-week trip duringwhich at Subtropical Experiment H. Becker left Tuesday
to and from Homestead exeepover I the former attended the Station, left Monday for a month's t I for Washington, D. C
the week-ends. He I* teaching I C. Her place at the Subtropical Baptist Assembly at DeLand and vacation which Jw will spend on
his classes six day a week Experiment Station U being filled,,the latter visited relatives In the west coast of Florida I I Mr. Wm. McCullough and'children .
Instead of five In order to close by Mrs. Ceo. Eaten, the former Jacksonville.Mr. pf Redland visited Mrs. Me
them on Aug. 21, a week before Miss Helen Field. Mrs. Jack Sullivan and Robert Cullough's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

the university's second summer and Mrs. Alton Home and,Richardson were added to the I I|John Rohrer Wednesday,
tern ends. Mr. and Mrs Hind- Ralph Moon has been 01 at his their two children. Helen and I staff of the Dixie Drug Thursday

man and their two young sons home on N. W. Sixteenth street,Gary, are now living in Fort Lauderdale I him Slaml Maf son Is now employed .
plan to go away for a short vacation this week. ( and Mr. Horne Is employed FLORIDA CITY In Miami Beach.
before school begins I I
registration
I aft the airfield at -Boca
here on Sept 10 Mrs. W.; J. Clark and her young Raton. They. spent Monday in ,.BJ Warreae ScfvrfMist Charles Clinton came from Key

I[grandson, Dickie Huff will leave I Key West visiting Mrs. Field .. West to pend the week-end her
Mr. and Mrs. A. L Diehl and Thursday for t two-month visit sister Milt Margaret Field, Western Catherine Rohrer U
Mr. Ciehl't brother Bob, arrived with relatives in Winston-Salem, Union operator, expected
home this meek after I The W. S. C. S. class of the
N. C and .
with Mr Clark's
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Thursday from Alliance. O for
a two-month visit with Mr. and Community Church met Wednesday -
visit with Mrs. Diehl mother,In-law and daughter Mr. and IOn.j Miss Julia Sullivan has returned I
J. Henderson
Mrs. F. Booker In at the home of Mr John
T. W. Shore, In Roaring Cap from ten-day business
Mrs. A. R. Livingston. Mrs. Diehl a
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N. C.Mr. Rohrer.
nUt
the former Miss Helen Bradley C. Her son. Dick Huff will return and pleasure trip to GalnesvtlletOcala I,
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will remain In Homestead but Mr.I from Roaring Cap the nextweekend Jacksonville and other
''' and Mrs. Loren Brown andchildren. Mrs. Ida Silverman of Miami
Diehl his brother and Mrs. Huff and ton, cities to the northern part of the
accompanied by
:|I Lorna and Judith, and arrived Tuesday to spend a few
Bobby, will Join Mrs. Clark and I
will return in a day or two to ,state David Lopes of Key West arrived day with friends. '
Alliance to Join the Dickie In Winston-Salem. .
I Saturday for' a four-day visit with
Other visitor at Mrs. aMllt'1 , .Mr. and Mrs. S. L West enter
Mr. and Mrs. St. Clair Demere.
home are her - L1.0. Hall 1. a medical patient I!talned Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J DR.M.A.BERGER
grandson Mrs. Wm. Bradley'andpiny at .the James Archer Smljh Mark Wilcox of Miami and Mr.
Mrs. Naomi Dano, Mn Edith
., of Cleveland. pllaL' H0I-1 aDd Mra. J. Mark Wilcox Jr. Dentist
? Tamblyn and daughter, Jeredeta
-- and'tltetr two children. Mr. west
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'" Donald Stark and Joseph Ferrtra,
:-?' Robert. Glenn JrN! now employed Zeke Martin ha* been amedieal';acid Mr Wilcox.were schoolmatesIn all of the Free Methodist Church.
*:, in the tocJt"'room'of the patient at the James Archer;Sraljh: Albany, Oa. visited T\aeIcII1and Wednesday at First National Bask
,
4,, PaD American Air Ferries, Inc. at Hospital since Sunday.. 1 the Alien home.In Miami Mrs.
'-f the municipal airport Jn Miami I. : [ W. r. West returned to. hit Elisabeth Brooks visited relatives Building
L He.hopes to be C J"1emtc1lOOft to] Mr. and Mrs. W. L Hannah of home m, Montgomery Ala,. Sat- and Genevieve and
there two days
.,<: t like position.. H the bomber ferry Princeton are announcing: then:urday after aYiltt here with his Beatrice Cline visited Irene Mer- Office Dean 8 ao-4-Jt
. 'J- bate here. "<* "jMr blJtIl" Of 'MII'1. Lois; their five-'!brother, 8. L West and a A. - -go" bassosn ire 4s..tta _IeLASiEi
acle tad Murray.
J pound daughter born In the James!!West and hit tutor, Mrs. H.'Collies Marguerite

. *; SanTj.:' Dt.vta. andMrs.LKioPp Archer Smith Hospital. Bunny Hunter of Coral Gables
;: JJ. went to Miami for a fullday. I U visiting Mr. and Mrs. Herbert ,
"- dpt.II'tructlO\ : in:folding surgicaj :- : w Billy Losner, son 4i4 Mr. ,and}.Miss Mildred FWd. telegraph Hunter.
:' dressings for the Red Crou.t Mrs. Paul Loaner, was t'tonsiectomy | operator at Panama City ha recovered Widtoo
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her recent illnessaccording .
patient at the James Archer from Mr. and Mrs. Robert Black left
j Miss Mary DeUt returned Wed- ,Smith ,Hospital Thursday. to word received by I
, 'V16Icing ', her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. L. 1

Mr.'and Mrs. George trick have Field.
cross and Blackthear. Oe. moved from the Home house to AtveUstagSANDWICHES
the Whitney Beam house at 211 Llowood Locke of Fort valley
Mrs. Edw. Riven and children I N. W. Fifth avenue. Ga., ten-year-old nephew of Mrs f f
I'
E. E. Byrd has come to visit at
Virginia Buddy and Mary Louise, home until school DRINKS ...-... sad ikagw was gsti ;
arrived yesterday from their home Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark have the Byrd opens ORDERS 16616 see be ....... ..... '
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in Louisville, Ga, to visit Mr moved into one of the Blggers' In September.AIR .4" Wpe4 60-06 11".4004 ;
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Rivers' brother and sister-in-law apartment at
Mr. and Mrs Wm. MusselwhKe. CONDITIONtBou.it Dr. R F. Stebbins

Mill Nina Pearl Bush Is now !
tears n costron DICK'S BARBECUE
Frances Foster, 14-year-old working the traffic department . Tires. Sleep. IL I Dr. L. W. Stebbins
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F of Pan American Airways In ...:. No. Ow ... I i let W. Flatter I., MlaarfPbee
,
t llh Street
:. Foster of C. ft. a*
to visit her Homestead uncle and, left aunt Sunday Mr Miami. daughter I Venetian Skating RinkatNILw.rteAm.sus I Hesa stea4 FUrUa !, Mill

*; and Mrs. Robert Foster, In Mocks- Mill Betty Ray Clark, I I I;
*, YUle N. C.
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., Joy Peters and her cousin Connie .
Campbell, spent last week in

., Miami visiting ,Jay's step-father .
3 and mother Mr.' and Mr Pat.

1't Bostrlght' DON'T: WASTE FERTILIZER.

Mrs Gordon Ivey and daughter,
-I t Lou Ann, left Monday for a two-
'j week visit with relative and
V friends in Birmingham, former
.
Vhome, of Mrs.
Ivey. On the way .
Ji home, they will :-.t.op In Camilla,
| Ca. to visit Mr. IW)'* mother,
$:. Mr. Ida Ivey.

:1 IF THE' WEATHER IS DRY
: Mr. and Mrs. I. L FMihugh of ,
:J Felda J'la. who-are visiting this
week with Mr. and Mrs. Bert
a Nixon, their oa-in-law DON'T WAIT TO IRRIGATE; OR

't daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Inllt'l


IF THE WEATHER IS WET, CUT

A..c-

DR. R. S. SPICKARD YOUR FERTILIZER APPLICATION ,

14.

DR. C.,C. RAYDR.R.S.AKERS IN HALF AND APPLY

are asw. ameciafed whit

TWICE AS OFTEN.



DENTIST !

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Offlse --s= I a. to f ft.Cleasel toaaadva '

s .e u I Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

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ENSIGN AND MRS. VERNON W. TURNER LIEUT. FRANCES SCHCBE ,MISS JEWEL TURNER BECOMES BRIDE :

I WEDS IN PITTSBURGHLieu OF LIEUT. JOHN W. DeMILLY JR. U. S. A. I
HONEYMOON AT GROVE HOME IN REDLANDEnsign Eugene F. Scherr, son of I t

Mr. and Mrs. r, S. Scherr of the S
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: and Mr*. Vernon Willard ternlty. She 1s also a member of Parrot Jungle and former resident Miss Julia (Jewel) Richardson Redland High School and served
Turner are honeymooning this the Stetson orchestra. For the of Homestead wa married Sat- Turner of Homestead was marriedto a* secretary of Principal Carl

week at the country horn of the past three years she has been a urday to Miss Marie Teresa Lieut John W. DeMllly, Jr. of Wagner.A .
Iridfgrootn's parents Mr. and Mrs. member of the Stetson Symphonic Nolte of Mt. Lebanon, Pittsburgh, Tallahassee In Kansas City, Ma., ,'I graduate of Alabama Polytgchnie -
Geo. W. Turner, on Bauer drive In'Band and for the past two yearaa ,lID i the Mt Lebanon Catholic last Friday. The wedding took Institute at Auburn, Lieut.
Bed land. | member of the Stetson Little Church. I place at the home of a cousin of DeMllly was a veterinarian incvliljan

A candlelight service In the First Symphonic Band. I II I| Among those present were the the bridegroom and was witnessed life and 1* now serving lathe
Turner notified of bridegroom's fa'iier and his sister by the bride's mother, Mrs. Chas.: same capacity In the United
Baptist Church In DeLand Saturday | Ensign was j
his United Constance. G. Turner, who accompanied her] State army. H* I* .stationed
evening at 8 o'clock Joinedin commission In the i I' I
Both bride and bridegroom fere'graduate ,daughter to Kansas City last week the Kansas City area. HI father
marriage Ensign, Turner and States Navy on July 21. Homestead -]'
Mix Katherine Louise Smith, has been his home since his of Pennsylvania State for the ceremony I IThe was state veterinarian for many
College. They will live In Dothan whose father is'
daughter of J. W, Smith of Sanford parents came here from Baltlmo..1'durin ] I bride, :yean.
Ala., as Lieut. Scherr Is stationed chairman of the Dade family to
County I I'I The DeMilly came
hie'
and Mr R. L. Taylor of De- childhood. After his '
Land. The church was attractively, graduation from Redland High at Camp Rucker. 'I Board of Public Instruction, came Florida with Lafayette In 1824
decorated with gladioli and ferni. School he attended Stetson University Ito| Homestead with her parents when the French' nobleman took
The Rev R. Grady Snowdon, from which he received a LEGION AUXILIARY BUYS 'i I thirteen year ago. She Is a graduate possession of a township in the
B. A. In 1939. He CARDS FOR SERVICE MEN of Redland High School and ,Tallahassee area which congress
pastor of the church, read the was graduated'from I |'I
t marriage icrvlce. The father of Stetson's law school in January -\ A collection I to buy ten pack of of Florida State College for Women -:granted him in recognition of his
v of playing cards for service : at Tallahassee where she wasj services In the American revol-
the bride gave her in marriage this year and served a* an, men was
i and her sister Mn. R. M. Moye of Instructor in the law school the taken at Wednesday night's meeting -j|,a member of Delta Delta Delta tion.
DeLand was matron of honor. second semester of the Legion Auxiliary. Mem.,sorority. For the past three years j Lieut and Mrs. DeMilly will reside -

Sidney Taylor of DeLand was thebest This year ho was listed In hers were asked to notify the public -I she was on the teaching staff of In Kansas City.

man. ,"Who' Who In American Universities that old deck of cards if
t The bride wore a street-length and Colleges". He was complete and In good conditionwill HOMESTEAD GIRL SCOUTS MAKE PLANS.

; dma of natural color crepe made business manager of the Hatter, be gladly accepted and sent I FOR DAY OF CRAFT WORK AT THEIR CAMPThe I
for their
with bows use.
prince style rose ap- Stetson year-book, president of I :
pllqued on the shoulder. Her accessories Delta Sigma Phi social fraternity i The auxiliary voted to order
I w ere rose in hue, and and chairman of the student social 1 500 poppies for its next Poppy Day Homestead Girl Scouts vert into furniture for the cottage -
: the carried a nosegay of talisman committee. For two sale The vice-president, Miss spent Tuesday afternoon in learnIng They plan to strip the bark

r. totes. I Ir. was president of Beta Key honor.I I Fox, presided. ', how to pitch a tent and make I from\ the saplings and to put them
r Mrs Moye wore a brown and ary biology I club. He has Sandwiches and cold drinks rope knot for lashing and also up to season.
white linen sport dress with white also as vice-president of the In- 'were served after the meeting. In planning an all day bicycle The 'roop is conducing: a booth
t accessories and a white camellia trafraternity Council; clerk and'' Present were: \Mrs. Frank B.I I trip to the old Ingram. place or for the sale of stamps and bondsIn

j corsage : vice-president of Phi Alpha Delta I Rue Mrs. Edw. Norman, Jr., \Mrs.:1 Coconut Palm drive and Newton I the local McCrory store. From
After a reception held In the'legal! fraternity; president of the I Fritz Schroeder Mrs. Geo. W. 'road which their captain Mrs. 10 a. m. until closing time tome
t vestibule of (the church the young,i second year law class; secretaryof Turner \Mn. Joel J. Robinson Frank Skill and Mr. Skill the scout is there on duty.
I couple left fat Daytona Beach- and the first year law dais; and Mrs. Geo. D. Ruehle, Mrs. Harold' owners are turning over to them I The troop reports satisfactory!
i Homeitc ,I boatswain of the Mystic Krewe.li Sheffield and Miss Fox. for a camping, place. One group growth of trees shrubs, grass end
I A wedding supper for tha bridal i leadership group Ensign NNNNNN.NN.NNNNwN.NNN..e.. j will go Tuesday and the other even wild flowers in the city

party w i ,served before the cere. also, was freshman \ Turnl'r'l The Calendar group, the following Friday, owned Girl Scout park in Flske

mony at the home ofthe, bride'I three year. a member. of S MNNNN.NNNNNN,..NN.NNN.NMM"N.NNMI With their leader they plan to Manor. R. J. Darby recently\ donated -
mother. :Club fur three years, winner of] leave Homestead at 7 In the sawdust for mulching and
The bride was born In Chester,first: and second year law club' Aug. Midsummer dance in morning, take a nose-bag lunch trails and the county park depart
S. C, but has lived In DeL.md '!Chamber of Commerce building I ment had -
arguments, and chairman of that and cook an outdoor supper, it spread.
since childhood and she is a graduate -legal Aug. 11-Meeting of W. M. U.l I
argumentation committee The day will be spent in outdoor -
of tH'Lund High School She I He was on the varsity tennis team j In church at 3:30. I I craft work. Most Impor'antwill

U majoring In music at Stetson I for three years and in 1939-40 he Sept. 2-\Meeting of Legion!: be the Job of cutting Australian 11::Plw RE" THE
I I In hall
Auxiliary at 8:30: m.
University at DeLand and will return -''was voted the best Intramunl p. pine and native pine saplings
Sept 7-Meeting of Homestead
( to the university this fall to athlete. which they will later con
B. P. W. C. at home of Mrs. E. .
t complete hif senior year. She III]| On Sept 1 nslgn Turner will :
A. Froscher
1 at 8 .
a member of PI Beta, professionalmusic I report for active duty In the navy p. m.Sept ..., .... '" .''' eu.., ,n' ...,al.'
Delta'1 1t 7-Meeting of JuniorWoman's
fraternity, and of 'at Cornell University where he
I Club at home of .
Mrs.Ted
t Gamma Phi honorary band fraIIi .,wilt receive training.

W. M. U. TO HOLD ELECTION l\IEETING-- I Oldendorf. 1 lack Polk DIXIE DRUG Johnson Howard

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r TUESDAY IN FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH SEE Phones SO and lilt


The W. M. U. of the First Bap- Present beside the hostess Mrs. Arvilla Booth Join us- now, during'this gnat salt See how the family budget
'I lest Church of Homestead Will were: Mrs. Irwin. Mrs. Vann Mrs. fee can be stretched so you can ret mlllY additional Items with the ..
bold Its annual election meeting J. R. Rutland, Mrs. J. R. Cham- ; save. This Is a sale for the whole fsmlly-chock fall I
:trui
at 3,30 o'clock CHARISH everyone. Take our advice-be here early.Pkg.ofl2Purereit.
I Tuesday. Mrs. bliss, Mrs. S. L. Kendrick Sr. II
: Frank Irwin, president, will preside Mrs. Enoch Pope, Mrs. Kirby Mrs. I
and Circle Four under the S. L. Fitch, Mrs. W. B. Myrick and
leadership of Mrs. J. Tom Vann Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott of Miami, me CorsetryPrices

I. will present the program. Mrs. a former member. ,
C. O. Robertson, Mrs. E. E. Byrd, Circle Five met Tuesday with from INFANT GLYCERIN SUPPOSITORIES
and Mrs. T. E. Kirby form the Mrs Jim Vann. Mrs. 51| L) West SIZE
t nominating committee gave the devotional and to end I 01. sirs Puretett

Mrs. Pete Morgan entertained,I Vann and Mrs. E. L. 3.50 13.95 ZINC $TEARATE 50c: value .
4 Circle One at her home Tuesday!I'presented the program. Mrl'l 10TH FOR
'"f afternoon when a missionary pro-1 1 Present also were Mrs. Save now on throe items
\ srrsrrt was presented by Mrs. S. A. Reden and Mrs. Ora Fraxeur. of finest quality. For best 370
i Turner Mrs. T. T. Bowen and;! Mrs. Lawrence will entertain 31 N. W. 4th Street baby rinds go to the
Rexall Drug Store. -
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Mrs. Morgan. Mrs Catherine; the circle in September. Homestead Fla. VMM Ml JB3S9 MOOUCTt
f I'Ickard conducted the devotion.is. -: Name

> : .. I iJEREDEAN TAMBLYX
STOCK 'ou* rmt.AieCMMt
1 1 The next meeting wilt be held HAS BIRTHDAY PARTYIn WATERPROOF NOW

U at the home of Mrs Harry Hall, it honor of the tenth birthday ADN S/VE TAPE Play safe be ready forGo
J was decided >of Jeredean Tamblyn, daughter of Dr. Leonard W. swimming, take any emergency by
; ,[ Peach Ice cream and cookies I Mrs. Edith Tamblyn, pastor of the ......H.... V airs 1. your bath or shower your emergency cheat well
: | were served by the hostess. Florida City Free Methodist I" ,,_ sae ."....lIuklnl and It stays on. Three stocked with the Firsts ,
; [ Pretnl were: Mrs. Julia Polk Church, a party was given In the widths on one spool for line of cotton bandages, !
HI .. L IV* at- economy and convenience. etc. They are packed under -
Mn.
if T D. Plche Mrs. Bowen .
,
parsonage.The
t' CwbMr Air 0... Strong-- o last, F finest conditions -
J Mrs Hall Mrs. Pickard, Mrs. guests included: Mrs Eliza C-T longer. many are double sterilized
ATeleikeae
11 Turner and the hostess beth Brooks. Mrs. Naomi Deno, r 9OI TO. -"to give finest protection.
[' I Circle Three which held I cov- Mrs. A. L. Mills, Mrs Hazel Wag- 7 SIZE .w c. THIS IS NATION MST. ,AID WEEK '
,1 eyed dish meeting Thursday at senor, Genevieve and Beatrice
I the home of Mrs. Geo. A. West Cline, Fay and Sarah Mills Donald [WhatVot.JIn
} I surprised lie leader for severs\ Stark, Joseph Ferrara and the WA.NT

i! I years, Mrs. R. E. Edwards, with a Grady and Kelly Mill*.
I Shower of gifts. I I n Mi 31 ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION '

11 AH Joined In giving a short pro. AND
I fram. Mi 31 'TOOTH"PASTE' ':O ;
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I Present besides Mrs. West and ..N Established KIT I
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ace
!
i' I Mrs. Edwards were: Mrs. Howard Values like this Wt appear every :
,. I Johnson Mrs. Jennie Smith Mrs.I day-so take advantage nom Com- .
passion hems that need intrados '59
sx>
|f Harry Cooper and Mrs. Wm. Hath- SUTTON JEWELRY CO.Miami's tlOn C
JH eway ear w ,s.ef ..o.NCw .

Circle Four held an all-day Oldest Jewelry Store
meeting Tuesday at the home of
Mr. J. R. Pope. A business session Dla..as-Weklaea. lemilr;--BHiemafeIt Try Our Home Madel ,
in the morning was followed
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by ;'I covernJ-dUh luncheon ,and II ] B. fUtie .....- >tOassi.l/1.s1r. Ma> go-lce Cft .
B a program on JTI''-Cross work I .
and'the"training,school to touls-. I
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: .1 Social EventsMIDSUMMER I Miss Miss Enters Cecelia.Cecelia\ Harper ,!I ADS I



hived a B. S. < 1M a Ito; subsequent Insertion

College for 84a III*

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DANCE FOR SATURDAY NIGHTIS I the tour-year Medical course I l LOANS

PLANNED BY JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB.,, I Richmond on July Mrs. BUILDING -
was early because
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RESTRICTIONS{
be
completed In
A midsummer dance will be(Wynn, of publicity. | Only one-eighth fur. Government Building Order win

given by the Junior Woman's Music for dancing will be furnished ., applied for *. S permit the following

Club of Homestead Saturday by Roger Sanford's or., cepted, according ) BUSINESS or COMMERCIAL
night In the Chamber of Com- 'chestra from Miami Dancing I I mother, Mn. C. BUILDINGS costing $9,000 or

merce building, the club decidedat will start at 10 o'clock.i I took her by ready I....

a meeting held Monday nightIn 1 i TIle club decided at the meeting;rnond. Eight of In. FARM BUILDINGS, editing $1,000or

the clubhouse.Mrs. | Monday night to hold its monthly women. less

Roberta Harrison Is general : business sessions at homes ol t t:t Mrs. Harper I Bldg., RESIDENTIAL-Ado i Ions or new

chairman of the dance. Mn. member Social meetings will t to Homestead \ construction costing less then

John Barker will have charge flf continue to be held one a month., and Portsmouth. I $500

refreshments; Mrs. Olin Wright, > Mrs T. J. Walker and Mrs :i I See REPAIR MAINTENANCE of

of ticket Mrs. Stanley WIttkop Barker will be hostesses for the', Ross Allen's I all types of buildings La encouraged .
of advertising; and Mn. Augustus social meeting of Aug. 17. )y3U) by Government and no

Visits price limit Is placed on cost of

HOMESTEAD B. P. W. C. IS ENTERTAINEDAT cold work done. The design though
I Mr. and Mn. yard should not be changed by repair.
AVOCADO LODGE BRIDGE KENO PARTY son and Mrs. ABC LOANS are still available for

-- Miss Elizabeth ) the above types of improvements -

ing at their to be rep.i id In monthly
Major and Mn. Herbert Katz nedy and Miss Mustard gues', Allen, In payments of
entertained the Homestead B. P. and Mrs. J. F. Hammett Mn. -
A.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ross 6th $ 100 for 12 mo. n $ 8.77
W. C. at a wiener roast and bridge R. Livingston Mrs. Virgil Lyon. ,,.
Springs, who ) 200 for 12 r ), < 1754
keno parry at Avocado Lodge Mn. Roy Chandler, Mrs. Clna swimming In the ;;; 1,000 for 33 mo C 31.'.
evening. Stewart Mn. Chas. Clinton and
Monday I
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Mr. Allen I 2,300 for eo) mo. 0 54.18
Miss Jean. Mustard of the Sub. Mn. Ben Archer.
4s assisting the I No Down Pkimnl
tropical Experiment Station ..nd'Major I At a business meeting which !
No Red
experiments with Tape
Katz roasted the wieners preceded the social meeting, Mn. ::
his assistant : Come In and se us tor additional
en) the (outdoor grill and "hot Hammett president spoke of the I I.
M. Royola, Is now Na- Information or Phone 62, Home
don", chocolate cake and punch Red Cross project which the club
Ing king cobras (a7) stead.
were served by the hostess a* along I I. sponsoring, and reminded the I
table In the outdoor living members to save fats for the public ous snakes for ,' Brooker Lumber Cof.
ments. Mr. Allen 'I ; ,
room, safety salvage committee. Mn.
of the pictures
TIle high-score prize in keno TIle club voted to give to the LOST
Springs
was won by Mr*. E. A. Froscher city library the defense literature a7tf

and the low-score prize by Mn purchased for programs last year. LOST-Billfold containing
money
1 P. McLean. Mrs. Froscher and Mn. Lyon Quarterly and Scout paper Reward. Leroy -
The other playing were: Mrs.S. will entertain the club at Mn. To Be Held : now I
; Fitzhugh care of Lead_
J. Lynch Mrs Margaret Ken- Froscher's home.Sept 7. !i -! ) Enterprise. (pelf

District Eder R. i -
LAWN PARTY THURSDAY MARKS FIFTH Miami will hold j,!, G.I WANTED
I
BIRTHDAY OF PATRICIA ANN TALBOTT etrfJa: the :I I St.,
the City TUTORING WANTED high

Church Aug. 1) I ) school and grade school subject
Patricia Ann Talbott was given Mrs Orlando Wollam, Mn. Howard His program I Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. a,

a birthday party Thursday In hon. Johnson Mrs. Joseph Elder, Mrs.: preaching at 8 p. re. Plummer drive and Country

or of her fifth anniversary by her 'J. A. Thurman, Mn. John Anderson board meeting at 8 i : : ClUb road
mother Mrs. Don Talbott Mn. Elmer Sullvan, Mrs. Jas. day-Sunday Club NOTICE i'M>r. FICTITIOUS

Games on the lawn were dlrec'- Roberta, Mrs. Esque Smith, Mrs. program with noUD"I: I ) TO WHOM IT NAMt MAY CONtrRNl LAW
ed by Patricia Ann's maternal Arthur Yogis and Mrs. Labon love feast at 11, Notice la Kereur aloe mat the nndrIvned. *-
froij; ..
grandmother, Mrs. W. H. Russell. Bishop. 11:15, sacrament of I' rea- *..1...".fturvoaot 11._ nlll N the" I"FirthName:a. I h.pter Ne.tiUI .
Her paternal grandmother Mrs. at 12, young N. Lava of Florida, HI I. arlll rwUM
I with the Clerk of liroull Court. In and
W. D. Talbott, also assisted with FELLOWSHIP CLASS MEETS 8:45: p. m and 1 for Dodo County, Hotfcla, upon of
the party. AT DAVID WILLiAMS HOME I 1I proof of the pulllratlua of this :., therirtHluiM
)
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name. toil A 1C. NEW
Ice cream and cake were served I Mr. and Mn. David Williams ".. .Nl'Y. under shirk are ......-4
while moving picture were being entertained the Wesley Fellow, in business .t number l"it N. K:. KlrrtAvmar
..
in Die city I Miami Florida.
made. ship Class at their home Tuesday For !' That the ,.."... InterMtrd In sale aval
The small guests were: Betty evening when a covered dish no rnbtrprUa. are .. ft II,...'
Euet E H I'AbRKTT,
Day Bostlc. Margaret Ann Cider supper was served. CAB 'I.. i; CH ARI.F.d K THOMAoV
Mary Carol Thurman Mary Louise I Present besides host and hostess Imf4. FALL DANE GRE imn..N.I .

and Joyce Wollam, Karen Bishop,' 'were: the Rev. and Mrs. O. i ."Sued 1..*. | JACK rtXKELANDKR.:

Margaret Pelllnger June and Sewell Palmer, Mr and Mrs. Casper at ..._.. July PiiUd nh.at"4J Miami.. Dadtinly.. HorUa,
win
Jean Fogle Janice Howard Johnson Williams Mr. and Mn. John 1Ndr.* ,July r. I. 11 ". 1 1041)NOTICE

Waunlta Smith, Carol and Wlchard Mn. Ivan Moser, Mrs. PHONE OF APPIICATIONFOK
Sibyl Roberta, Gail Crosby, Ann W. Y. Bush, Mrs. Lloyd Field i i IUI" I I TAX DEEM
,
Miss Nina Pearl Bush Misses ft I Chanter 1741) Ac' Sullivan Donna Talbott, David HOMESTEAD !. I i* HEREBY .' R
Brannlng and Brian Wynn. Esther and Helen Livingston, .., I, .Tr"I .' of State :n>.n'T:

Othen present were: Mrs. Louie Miss Helen Moye, Miss Martha f. O. : :; : o..j r i iLertlfleaw if J.... A.N.i D. I.11011... ...le..''01-I,|.I the Mme tlh lit dar mrofflre
Brannlng Mrs.\ Wilson Fain, Miss Mary McNeUJ, Robin and baa mask ..P.Ii.' ..n for a tat
Crosby
deed to he ttaued them K.M Certlllrale
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,Field Bob Cast and Roy" Nelson. I : : /< '5, emlirBPeji the 1,11 I; I,,: drerrlbHrru
ri- |>ertr In the County if |i"'r. flaw ofI
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Shacklefordand I I N. I F arid.. 4r w/l tAll
.., H, ..*.(. ft of a. I" II ft o.
family entertained
the Rev
: SfomackjS fJ1\14 of NV i, ,.( IK I)'"',. N. K.
and Mn. C. V. Bussell of South ,, Was I ,.f Co lid.. .... II Tat ",. Rang

Miami at dlsner Sunday. .._ sa.6=_ .
I r ,1\04 1 Th if said n"" ... us"
I bw'.r the mid mrtlflraio low ,I.. name of
,.... Mt. Ullk AllenI'nlMi ,
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: lilt ::Sire rdit,it "* kiw th, Iik.rrchid
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: lot .old to o evba-t bad.V
For Complete Home Furnishings ; I 'gat tl> C..urt stew d,-n 01"I, llret Moo-
1 I II '\. dar Insir aiqiith "r ' ker. i4t,
.... :;irhlik U the TUl dar of S.: I :nher. a4S.
1 Date ihli sand day of lu., latlr
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SeeSmithGraves ; I i ",mil Wart
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CO i buy call ,
Furniture ; II SEEK TO War /-Aw Homo WI

What actual new I I \ . .*, r' "'turn "t\!

making to end
-; Homestead Phone 248-J constant anguishes I

you would\ seek News' Seen Through:
hearing :
from upon others who SCIENCE MONITOR

her*. Why have you !! Daily NravsPUSM !

GROVE 'LANDS-TXDCK LANDS .CITY LOTS- .1MES ing Chiropractic's UBMM |-tn from s.-I.....
your own relief end laamwUKe. and In Dade

.Wee*'Were New 8* Low-TJ nt, el Good VaWes .-rklf M<(aiin. s.cuM'"
I*' fa .... H_
Dr. R. J. _
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H.A.CAMERON Publuhinf 80017
.. Basins,, Manailmielli

.. 1.00 Month. .
S SHOMESTEAD. w | a
REAL ESTATE 1 I Maamn Sonora, 12.60 a Taot
V .:2. U U; .,, t loom 2) Cent
FLORIDA :
Erealncs fey ___ j

Oivealt OM renew BedMlng. I MeCrery :I .

TeL Ne. II Established. eras, I FboM ON REQUEST'Friday

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Paw Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISEFriday.., August 7. 1942 .

Crops in Gassed Area Must Be Burned .I and the Silver Palm Methodist meeting la the Goulds colored I.[I nestle labor is not available: the
1' Church. school and suggested that the same.1'Bahamans will be permitted to
And Soil Treated Audience Here Told Collection depot previously es be done in Homestead if it were.[come la such number as may be
I tebltbedy the salvage commit' fount lost similar report have!1 needed to insure the growing and
-' tel are: gained credence: here. harvesting of crops.
What a grove. or farm I* contaminated .ilt leaves a permanent scar that i %ate Martin' Filling Station He pointed out that ;the war I That existing unemployment
with mustard or LewisiU ..,can not be helped by plastic surIgery .I IN. Krom avenue at King's High. manpower commission baa recommended .rolls in this country will not be
gas Its outface inUit be burned: and causes permanent blind way. Homestead. a Nee rate of We aa hour' able to supply farm labor is indicated
marl chloride of lime mutt be..1' sea If the eyes are exposed to. Harrys Welding Shop, Princeton .;I I for agricultural labor and that in Chandler said, by the fact
f spaded into the ground and left.11t.l This ga penetrate through alt probability, this basic rate will; that last spring when 1200 farm
for two or three weeks, Mid Go:'the flesh and muscle and the con. i I Florida City Garage, Florida I IlOb' prevail here during the coming laborers were requested of. the
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B. Oldham. war gas instructor for tamlnated spots must be cut out "!season, whether domestic or for. Miami office of the United States
i Dade County Defense Council, in at once to avoid fatal results..,i Crunwell Corner, Redland i iI eign labor I* employed Employment Service, only' 29 men
a talk Wednesday night In the Blisters from this gas contain arsenic .I goad and Bauer drive, Redland Reviewing' the efforts made bya I could be procured after three day
Homestead school auditorium and the fluid from the blister -1 I SWW,,'. Service Station,I farm bureau committee composed of effort: to fill the demand.
Hit subject was home protectionand I II as contaminating as the gas i j I Krom road and Epmore drive,I of himself, H. L. Cox and| The Duke of Windsor's telegram .
tint aid treatment of gas Itself" .[Redland.Berneckers. Lorlng Raoul in contacting federal " inviting Mr. Chandler to attend
burns and his audience Includedthe I "Mustard gas I Is not as deadly I I Service Station, agencies In- Washington, the meeting of the economic
members of the Homestead a*LewUlte It does not leave Krom road and Silver Palmdrive Chandler said that it is entirely committee and cxcutiv council
and Princeton units of the Auxiliary manent blindness or per-I i Redland' up to these anc'whlch In. in the Bahamas was received
Medical Corps soars and can be washed off Naranja Post Office. dud the manpower commission Monday. Despite wartime restrictions
"If the fates com In contact fectively: within five minutes after I and the United States Employment on passports, the chairmanof
with buildings or sidewalks,'* he the victim has been exposed to It.1I I I"Adamslte CHANDLERContinued Service-to see tttat farm labor ig the Dad County agricultural
aid: 'they must be washed with gas causes its victims supplied .to south Florida this winter war board was able to fly to Nassau .
water and no puddles left standin to feel depressed and they often I I Federal authorities have Tuesday. He returned Thursday
*. Water does not destroy Lew- try to commit suicide," Mr. Oldham ( from Page One) ,agreed be said that in event do. afternoon.
tail but turns it Into crystals. The said, 'but there are no lastIng -1 be drawn upon for farm help In
crystals must be swept Into a pile effects from the gas itself' I South Florida, Chandler founeS.Barbe .
and covered with chloride of lime I Mr. Oldham gave out chart I dOl and Trinidad, with Inhabitants
and und listing gases. their forms, odors,! numbering more than
In discussing first aid treatment physiological effects, first aid II | 1(0000, have unemployed negro
of war gas cotes, Mr. Oldham said: treatment and other 'qualities labor in proportions similar to
"Never give a gas victim artiflclal .I that of the Bahama Islands
respiration, as It will only I, Next Wednesday, Au,. 12, was
hasten death"Lewisite BOY SCOUT NEWS set by the meeting here last nightas AAWp91i0AY

is the most deadly ga*. the deadline for the filing of
I By Leroy ntahggh the farm labor questionnaire at
I the office of County Agent C. H.
Fm Courses in LifeSaving
The regular meeting Monday SteffanL Members of last season's TilESD1Y VJED1iESDA1 1DUSDAY
Begin Air' *. 12 was conducted by Dr. E:: M. Andersen I II local farm labor committee, Paul

Haley, Carl Deden and T. J, Harris -
Free Junior and senior Red Cross I We discussed a hike to Pine Island will assist in the classifyingand
courses In life saving will begin and decided to leave Monday tabulating of the questionnaires
at the municipal pool on Au,. 12, afternoon and return Tuesday af. which will take the form
Manager Art McKee announces. .ternoon. There will be about tent,also of applications for definite
I I boy on the hike. We will be led numbers of farm laborers ]Mayo: TouTl be helping everybody if you avoid
6TUTAM CALLED AWAY by Mr David Barnes. Harris volunteered to serve full weekend trips whenever poMibl That
County Agent C. H. Stetfanl] tme: every day until the deadlineto the time when travel facilities are meet
left Thursday morning for GainesYttl JUNK RALLYContinued help growers fill out their questionnaires eroded-the **tljr time whoa many war
to attend a called meetingof at the county agent's workers and men on furloughs can gw
all county agents of Florida. ( ___ off ee. The committee win begin
( from Page One) receiving the questionnaires at 8 Vial HOTELREDLAND
GERONIMOContinued \ Reeder, salvage chairman of the!o'clock this morning Platter Avenue none Itf
Dade County Defense CounciL I Chandler said that a rumor to
I I "This sounds like a mighty lot.;the effect that Bahama negroes
( from Page One) of metal to come out of this area'J were Imported to bring the priceof ,Mtt1 1""'
ing service now have towers especially since it has yielded 300, labor down to the Nassau level f QRT6A MOTOR1
equipped with telephones and tons of scrap Iron within the lat I of SOc a day had been spread In !. n
electric lights, and they are manned several months, but we are going.the negro sections from Miami on
24 hours a day Mr. Gercnimo to'do our dead-level best to f'nd.! r'r'It 'south He spiked this rumor at a
said yesterday. ," Mr. Wakefield said
I
The towers, 25 fed high wen I He called attention to the fact!
built .by the men who man the that persons having or collecting
I
stations. Money for the materialsand scrap metal can sell it themselves, .
technical labor were contributed I I to junk dealers at current market I .
by those unable to volunteer : price or they may take it to one I
as "spotters who were desirous I of the collection depots establishedby

of doing their part in the defense the salvage committee and!1 .. .
effort. i specify that proceeds from Its sal
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Men and women who can volunteer shall be given to any charity Institution '
as observers for duty either I. or organization of their 1) : NOTICE
in the day time or at night are I choice. The future Farmer of I II
asked to get In touch with the sub- I Homestead and Redland announced
district director who as adjutant early that they would call for,
of the local Legion post had any donations of Junk and this .
quarter In Legion hall he.d'i week the Princeton First Aid Foot,
cies In the ranks of the spotters announced that it would be glad II
occur from time to time as men I to receive donations of scrap metal Hie City Council of the City of
and women are called away from I at the following collection: depots -
the district by employment de i,i : Glade and Grove Supply in I
mands. Women spotters are used Princeton the post office In Narsnja Homestead will sit on 'the follow- .
tar the daytime watches I I the post office In Goulds j/ .' ..-


dates 10th 17th 24th ;
ing : August ,
LUMBER. PAYa 1'0 BCTL0 WElL

f For a sound structure that I 31st, at 8:00 P. M. at the City Hallas

r will endure for yean, affordIng : .
constant satisfaction and '
- pride1 of ownership insist on I a board equalization. Any-

Lumber supplied by us It Is

your assuranceof top quality I one-having,any complaints on' the ;
at lowest cod .Get our estisnatc :

\ z for any Job, large or I
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