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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: October 9, 1942
Frequency: weekly
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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: VID00563
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Go to Manpower Board rl I ENLISTMENT FOR MECHANICS] ,



I' , I j I CIVIL SERVICE FOR WOMEN


Me NUIT SEES'I I Tin Cans and Auto Bodies Now CountedIn

Schools' County-Wide Scrap Drive Three ConvictionsIn Training of-transport; pilots at

the Homestead air base and the
Municipal Court of warcraft to the battle I'
ferrying :
BAHAMASINEVITABLE Tin cans and automobile bodies, block just north of the Homestead
fronts of the United Nations will
at .
first ruled out because they)High School building '
be taken from Pan American
I City court on.Monday night over
require"special handling, will now "It will take the concerted effortof
was marked by three convictions Air Ferries .Oct II by the army t
I' be accepted in the Dade County all of us to put Homestesdover
Hugh Easter fined air transport command.
schools' scrap campaign, announcas ," said Mr. Wakefield yester was
$750 for and J. W. The Pan-American setup
drunkeneu. present
George N. Wakefield, chairmanof day. "We are doing our best to
Faircloth the Homestead base will be
at
forfeited $10 bond on -
the local salvage committee. collect available but
we Just
scrap similar Lena continued Oct. 11, with
through
a Eunicewas
Such junk is being collected and cannot get around to all of It charge
;... Yarn labor Application of South counted by Miami schools on their Take your car or truck and help fined $10 for being disor I Russell Seacrest continuing M Y
derly.. general superintendent of training
Dade grower are expected to be totals says Mr. Wakefield, who Homestead win first prize"
The maintenance and C. Huffman
Stanley
police report for'Septem-
included In those to be presented urges school patrons Individuallyto Room competitions are being
ber showed 29 supervisor of flight training.
a total of arrests
at I bearing of the U. S. war manpower bring in their scrapto the sponsored by E. B. Blackburn, '
23 found Official announcement 'of theImpending
five dismissedand
guJty. ;
commission 'today In At- school junk pile on the vacant promotion'chairman of the local 1
one continued. Total fines army move was not
lanta which win determine the school drive, who Is
offering
prizes were $385.00, of which ISIS.00 I made until Sunday but employeeswere
of Bahama to "one-hundred
advisability importing per.ceot" rooms was collected in cash, US.00 informed of it Thursday of
OVERSEAHIWAYWORriTO.BEM with
labor. every pupil bringing
orloc.tflll served In Jail, and 15.00 sus last week af I meeting at the S8th
bit available
The war commission a of amp.
manpower pended. Cost fit .feeding prison street airport of Pan American, to
;WM also with Student Interest Is stimulated I
be presented reso- by
ed wee ".5$. which they had been summonedto
:... Jutlon from the PatH County commission dally slogan contests In the Individual bear Major General Harold F :,
'outlining county labor, rooms''wM''pupils tug.
problem and requesting approval)I FLORIDA CITY Voting !and 'voting .on. the, molt TWO Oeorge commanding general of ''
FLIERS DIE the army air transport command,
popular slogan for that
of the Bahama plan. The Miamicity day.'Each
and John A. Steele, operations
commission turned "thumbs I child win be encouraged to write
.down" on the Idea, suggesting Instead Florida City and Key West two Jetters, one to each' of his IN. FIERY CRASHOFNAVALPLANE I manager of Pan American.
I federal subsidy for Dade I will be simultaneous starting: next door neighbors asking for General George said he hopedthe
farmers which would enable themto ,points for construction of the the donation of scrap to the school employee of Pan Amrican
compete with war-time wages Oversea highway cut-off, the program.A : that were eligible would come
Student help In harvesting crops, 'county commission! was advisedon "pep1"program to promote Into the army 100 per cent.
although not practicable for plantIng Tuesday by O. O Lindsay, (Continued on P"e'lJaht) ;- Qualified, pilots, co-pilots, lIavi-
and cultivation, ha* been advanced state road member. Work on the Killing the two occupant, I'1}salon and administrative executives -
aa one means of alleviftji short-cut is expected to be be- naval training plane crashed at I will be offered commissions
ing the critical labor shortage. kgun soon. FIRE PREVENTION 10-25: Sunday, night on Richard, and maintenance men, tech-
A note of cheer was introduced Occupancy of the Preston B. road near Halnlin drive, 22 miles I nlclan and other employees were
this week by the report of State Bird Motor Company building bystate AIM OF CAMPAIGN I south of the Miami Naval Air I Invited to enlist with- the prospectof
Senator Ernest Graham that Man road department engineersIs Station. I receiving ratings according to

power Commissioner Paul McNutt expected momentarily, Mr. BEGUN MONDAY Tht ,cause of the crash was their skill and experience.
(Continued on Page Eight) Bird said yesterday. undetermined.The Women In the administrative of.
Federal officials inspected the plane was manned by the flee personnel will be employed
:4 rFlorida construction project Monday, and To make every person "fire pilot Ensign Arnold M. Myshrall, under civil service.
City Place made I report of their findings conscious" by instilling a sense of U. S. N. R 23, of Rangtley Me, Employees who do not decideto
: It Sold by Stiling I personal responsibility Is and Second Lieut James
to the. federal road administration. the goal T. go over to the army were urged f
The state road departmenthas of the nstkm.wde! Wartime Forest, Manning, U. S. Marine Corps to stick with Pan American" and
Announcement of the sale of the alrtjdy obtained bids on ma- Fire Prevention campaign: which I Reserve, 24, of Florals, Ala, (Continued on Page Eight)
Ada Halle property at the southeast terlal I was inaugurated on Monday '

corner of Avenue B and 11th To avert a labor shortage similar "Careless matches aid the Axis"
,street in Florida City to lee E. to.that currently experiencedby ls the stark truth that Fire Chief Recreation Program's Scope Depends B

Sberburne of Troplco was made agriculturists, plans are being A. C. Deputy 1s endeavoring to On
Number
this week by Edward Stiling. considered now by the road drive home to the public. of Service Men Coming Here |

Florida City realtor, department for the use of from He gives I list of practical suggestions -

The new owners are taking pos. 100 .to,, 150 prisoners.from Ral-I I for: cutting down "mancaused" I Further plans for establishmentof ; next week, according to Mayor
session at once, said Mr. Stiling. ford to'build the cut-off. fires which In the South Tom
a recreation for Harris. The
account for (. program service extent of the
per cent of the to-
tal. men stationed In this area are project will be governed by the

I' Fingerprinting of:Defense' Council I Extreme care extinguishing pending the appointment of a here number Of service men stationed

matches and cigarette stubs Is vice-chairman here to serve with
Workers.Set .f Saturday, Afternoon [urged by:Chief Deputy. Safety Chairman C. D. Van Orsdel.of the Initial plans were made for the
rules should be observed in building recreation division of the Dade program at a meeting of Raymond
-. camp fires, U Novarine, U. S. recreation rep.rwentatlv.
scraping away all County Defense Council
Facilities for allbranches Announcement
finger-printing any.regular! meeting .,
Inflammable wiUTMr. Van Orsdel
( material within I n. of the appointment is
A alert some .tkne..lathe
of defense. workers practice '
council <<
nd
dius of two and one-half civic leaders at the city hall
.r neat future feet, and expected to be made some time
was predicted by
have been arranged by the building a small fire in a hole.to last week. Representing various
Dade,County Defense Council for Miss Josephine,Cock captain of Ute center. Utmost care should groups were Kit Carson and J. R.
. :. tomorrow afternoon from 2 tiff S Homestead Casualty Station at the be exercised that the last spark Is Wakefield to Organize Brooks secretary and second vie,

\ o'clock In the Homestead Casualty (Ccatiaued oa Page Eight) .dead he lays, suggesting that the Home Gardening Class president, respectively, of the Red-

Station room in the Redland District Redland District'Men'On !I fire-site be soaked with water and land District Qamber of Commerce -
Chamber of Commerce build- 4 : small sticks and uncharred bits of ; Mrs. E. A. Buchanan, from Z

Ing. Applicants are requested to Federal Grand Jury wood drenched on both sides. Plans for organization of an evening the Woman' Club of Homestead; t
bring their identification cards and Rubbish, brush, or trash fires class in home gardening were Mr*. Augustus Wynn, president of
I three photographs, announces ,four Redland District men are should never be set in windy announced this week by Ceo. N. the Junior Woman' Club; Mrs.Adrian .

. [i George B Oldham, council representative serving on the federal grand jury weather, the fire chief warns, nor Wakefield agricultural instructor Jacobs, local recreational
for South Dede which was convened In Miami without I permit from the tireS at Homestead High School. chairman of the USO; and Mayor

New members will be accepted on Wednesday morning by U. chief fire warden or forest officer "Should our transportation system Harris.C .
ey the area's casualty stations District Judge John W. Holland, Put out small fires at once, and be disrupted, we would need
I at this time, and given their identification with. Fred Bolts, the new district report all biases immediately to home vegetable gardens to fallback Of MEETS MONDAYA

cards. A larger personnel attorney, on duty. the nearest fire-fighting department on," said Mr. Wakefield. membership meeting of the
is needed to man stations senr. The Redland' District members be waras AH person interested in receiving Redland District Chamber of
ing this area, said Mr. Oldham, of th, jury are: Ben C, Plummer "A glowing match, I burning such instruction are asked to'Commerce will be held at S
who urges aU persons able to partidpaiertn of Redland and Ben Archer: Lamar cigarette, a smouldering camp fire get In touch with Mr. Wakefield o'clock Monday night In the
this work to enlist Applications P. Kendrick and Allan KIJ.a can be quite as disastrous In their whose office telephone number is Chamber of Commerce building,
win be taken also ate Q'of Homevtead. effects a* an incendiary bomb," 7J-J I I announce Secretary Kit Canon





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20 Years Ago I Our JOINS 100% IN Of Adventist Church Here Oct. 17 I .11


Men in Service The Little Rock Church a 20 by; "eleventh hour" refers \o the time
n. f.a..fae .m ..a.a .w& i BUYING BONDS I 55-foot building of native atone on we are living in, he says, and
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was 11100 S. E. Mowry street and Second the "mission work" refer to all
'+ 1.5-sea..n..a "... II lilt.Uw * ,* *' '* * work.
of
e. Stowk ri rUa SHIM u4r avenue, will be opened for services sorts uplift
... Oft ST. I.... ..... f.. a_ I Joining the "100 per Cent at 4 o'clock on Saturday; Oct. 17,' Nine local families will at flrjf''
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h IM 1 W. A. Arthur PromotedTo I Club", the entire personnel of announce N. Wallace, Seventh, make up the congregation of then

RllllllllamlllllmllllllllllllnmmP.l! I Lieutenant, J. G. South Dade Farm Inc. was enlisted Day Adventist mission worker who church, says Mr. Wallace.
this week In the 10 percent will be Ita minister. The building hat been erected
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Oct I. UZI Ensign W. A. Arthur Annapolis bond buying plan, advise The opening sermon will be In three months entirely by vol.
"Mrs. C. E. Butler li recovering graduate and IOn of Mr. and Preston B. Bird, chairman for preached by; Evangelist R. C unteer labor-almost all of It by
from the dengue fever." Mrs. A. F. Arthur, is now a.. lieutenant the sale of war bond and GIbbs. elder of the Miami Seventh Mr. Wallace who put up a similar
"Beginning with a rush, the junior grade. I II stamps. Day Adventist Church whose topic church in Hialeah before he came
shipping of the grapefruit .crop Hit mother who it visiting In There are 200 listed on the will be "If Christ Should Fall to I here. The Hialeah church now
started Monday. It it Mid that I'Lewes, Del, hopes to see him before payroll which averages between Return, What Then?" has a congregation of 125, he says.
between (0 and 70 can were\ she returns to Florida, I $5.000 and $ ,000 weekly; according Mr Wallace who It planning A piano Is needed for the Little
hipped the first day: 1 I to James Sottile, Sr. to present soon a series of Rock Church, and Its pastor hopes

-"W. R. Crow, J. C Towel 1\ A copy of the booklet of verse, I president. lectures, refers to hit Blbl.j that someone.will be moved donate
\ and Tom Vann went on a fishing I "I Land In Everglades," sent f "This It another step toward eleventh hour mission work. Theater one.stalled .
trip down near Cape Sable Wed. In May; by the author Mrs. B. H our goal of enlisting every local

nesday." ,I Fitzpatrick, to her son Lieut.,, firm in the salary; allotment $350.00 repairs, Lot 12, Ta-i I I Sunday night at 7 JO
''Mr. and MM. H. E. Schaffl plan," said Mr Bird. "This Is the ,I
I
Francis Fitzpatrick has at last um'. Ridgedale Addition; Diana||o'clock at a special candlelightI
returned from an eightweektrip reached him, according to letters I I way every one of ut can par.ticipate Thurston, 75.00 repairs, Lot 11,I I service Mill Avis( Hitting It
I to Atlanta where they visited*, received here week. I In the war effort Afteralt Block Addition
this 7, Fread't Second ; I president; Paul Rue vice-presi ,
Mn. Schaffs aister." {i He Is busy comfortable, even I! this Is the people's war." Wallace Higgi, $100.00 repairs, I dent; Miss Susan Pope secretary;
-"Dr. J. A. Smith leaves next. happy at his post somewhere In Lot 10, Block 5, Fread't Second :and Tom Hodges, treasurer
week for New Orleans where he'!the Pacific, according to a cablegram Addition; and Fuch't Baking I A program on "Render Uqto
will attend the American Legions received yesterday.Mr. ; COUNCIL BANS Company; Lot 4, Block 11, Townof I Caesar" will be conducted by; j
convention. While away he will) . Homestead. "
i Richard Hlckson and Tom Hodges.
take a six-week postgraduatecourse and Mrs. J. C Vann have NOISE DURING Fire Chief A. C. Deputy reported -
In surgery at a New Orleans five fire during the "11""" '' ''"'''''" '' '''' '''' ' ''"
,received from their ton, Sgt Jimmy monjh
hospital. : Vann, a V-mail letter which, of September: the fire resulting I HOMESTEAD F. P. A.n.uumnnnuuunnu.ununumrn1natt .
A. G. Raab recently returned WORSHIP HOURActing ,
In $10,000 to "
damage 92-ton
he says, 'Vnakes better time thana a ,
from Chicago. . I cable" The letter was written dredge operated by James Sot- By Len rUshuch
The reception given for the by flashlight on August 29 duringa tile, Sr., two minor grass fires, I
school faculty at the high school Tuesday night we re-elected of.
resolution and
blackout. Sgt Vann It stationed on a pre- an automobile and a truck
was a pronounced success. In In Australia. sented to the city council by; the fire. ficers who are aa follows: president
the receiving line were PAM W. Homestead Colored Ministerial Clayton Camber; vicepresident
J. Krome, Prof. L. E. Bennett, fcenker Alliance requesting better order Norman Ernst; secretary:
Corporal R. B. Jr.. of
Mr. and Mri. C. R. Daniel MI'I.Co the military police has returned around beer gardens In the colored Church Installation Sam Harris; treasurer Lonnie

A. Field Mill Marilli Olds, from California to visit hit parents quarters Mayor Tom Harrison Announced for Sunday Home; reporter Leroy Fitzhugh;
Mill Wilmetta Clements Mn. Mr. and Mn. R. B. Zenklerof Monday night Instructed the watchdog, Irving Hooker; .adviser,
Harry Cooper. Mia Pearl Aycock police department to prohibit the George N. Wakefield.
Hainlin drive and Farm Life
Mrs. J. E. Nash, Mrs. Lucy Warner -, playing of electric phonographs I Newly: elected officers of the
School road. He entered the
army: Young People of the Homestead
Jordan R. M. Bonietx, Miss
18 months ago, five days after his during hours of public worship Presbyterian Church will be in- READ THE WANT-ADS
Mary Hole, Mra. Addle Drew.
graduation from Redland High Should this not be ,sufficient the I 1I
-"Dr. Tower has been
busy
SchooL association was asked to report
caring for arrival via the stork | e e any; further disorders. I f
route . On Wednesday a girl -
,i Wade Smith who joined the navyIn ; An application by Otto Coimus
was born to Mr and Mn. Daniel
for a beer and wine license was
Baltimore about six weeks
j Neil at Naranja. The tame dayboy ; Is home from Great Lakes TrainIng ago- rejected. RENEW YOUR 1942DRIVER'S ,
a ; was born to Mr. and Mn.
l Building permit were Issued as
Station on a nine-day fur a
Atwell north of town.
lough. follows: Bryant Bowden for
-"Last Sunday; Nealy; Cham- . $250.00 repairs to a building In "
V ben of Princeton was visited by Word has been received that Dubois Addition; Mn. J. H. Web-
the stork and the preceding day LICENSES.
i Horace Coodlng of the .s.Clemson .
t- Dr. Tower was called to the home l.lTt: 1 I -
now In Miami, be1 s
of Robert Glenn estlessetti
In Homestead, to I'
transferred to the training bait
welcome another arrival. a girl.1
at Key WestKenneth
"Thursday, Dr. Stork dropped ; I
a girl off at Goulds, with Station
Glenn, seaman third
Agent Roberta. That same day
;
class, completed hit basic
Mr. and Mra. Mathla '
announced n-t:
,bled la
now
the arrival of a girl.
I enjoying; a furlough herewith his
t "-Th. Woman's Club met Tues- parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. KENDRICKJUSTICE
day with Mra. Joiner. The Glenn Sr.Samuel. ..
cen were elected for the I

ng year: Mrs. J. E. Davit om-I H. Thompson has enlisted OF PEACE OFFICE
dent Mn. ....
; Nash ; In the army;
Mn. Joe Burton, aecretary; . Homestead FloridaOPEN
Geo. Fuller correspondng tecre-1 I J. T. Godwin has been ratedas I-
tary; Mn. Green Rives, treasurer an aircraft machinist at Tent WHEN YOU CANT SLEEP FROM 7 A. M. TO 1' P. M. DAILY

. Mrs. Joiner on behalf of the I II City; New Orleans, according to the reason It generally due in INCLUDING SUNDAY
members of the club presented, word received by hit parents, Mr. tome physical shortcoming which
Mrs. Geo. Ramon, the retiring' and Mn. R. L. Godwin. He Is should be Immediately corrected.
president, with a very beautiful j planning to devote a large portion Otherwise ;your health and efficiency .
goldbar pin. ." |of hit .ploy to the buying of war ; will be gradually but surely
-"A birthday party; was given! bonds. impaired. In cases of this kind,
little Monteae Pacetti Thursday; chiropractic aid has been enlisted
afternoon. . with beneficial results. If you Another Victory Train !
nelly; drove through from Roch-
.This week the Standard Oil are so troubled consult us with-
ester, N.Y.. arriving here Thursday
out delay. Sell us your scrap iron and other metals ,
Co. through the local agent, A.J. ; night. They; expect to spend
Campbell sold the Homestead the winter with their sister Mn.
Filling Station at Krome and O. B. Parker." Dr. R. J. Elliott and help win the war

Flagler to C. E. Elchenberger. a -"The Moody store at Na CHIROPRACTOR ,
resident of Naranja for the past ranja one of the oldest In this WOLFE AUTO WRECKING
five ;yean. Associated with him section, changed hand this wll'k.the HOURS I .
In the purchase was L. A.Young." owner Geo. W. Moody: sell t.J to It; 2to4 P. O. BOX 7M

i -"Mr. and Mr*. W. M. Con- to Matthews and McCrlmmlri Evenings by Appointment Directly West of Seminole Trading PoetS
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14 N. W. Third Street, .. GLASSESDr.B.F.Stebbins
"t'I.. Redland Road between Avocado and B:icaytie Drive h

Homestead, Fla. i.;Nt..,.",. r -To Keep Pianoforte and Theory '

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Inclosed herewith is 1.00 for which send Awale 1'''Violin" .. '' .. .., ,,.. .. ..Xylophone. ,, . Plano-Accordlan,..
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the Leader for one year to: ,IkD

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I| A daughter, Mary Anne, weal >lyn, Donald Stark and Joe Far- I Dr. Burgrecn Talks :
born to Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Stevens raro attended the Free Methodist Colors
I On "Showing
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'! In University Hospital on Oct. 1. quarterly conference in Miami
In and Around I last week.
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| "Showing Our Colors" was the
Wm. O. Kahn who Is employed -
subject of I talk by Dr. A.L. .
II, In Key West is now' at Miss 'Bonnie Myeri of Miami
Burgrern of St. John's Episcopal -
home enjoying I vacation with spent Wednesday night with her
Church at the regular
HomesteadMr. I his family. Mr. and Mrs. Kahne parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Wednesday luncheon of the
are the owners of the former J. Myers.
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Homestead Rotary Club.
E. Davis
place.
Mrs. S. L. Rohrer returned Sun- I Dr. Burgrecn stressed the dejlrabllty .
I JAMES ARCHER: SMITH day from an extended visit with of having the count
and Mrs. J. D. Redd who Herbert A. Booth who on HOSPITAL NEWSA relatives in St. Augustine. of one's convictions add of being -
have been vacationing at Whit' Monday started the second half unpretentious. H* decried
Springs expected to leave yesterday Hof I ,his junior year at the University son was born to Mr. and Mrs. I :"four-flushing" which he said,
for Aiken, S. c., where they I j j of Florida, arrived from J. W. Phillips of Homestead In the Will Preach Closing 'fools no one but yourself."
will visit relatives. Gainesville October 1 to spend James Archer Smith Hospital Oct. Sermon Here SundayThe Active participation in the

I the week-end with his mother,! &. II 'church, both In attendance and
Mr. and Mrs. James Sottile, Jr,' Mrs Arvllla Booth. He Is majoring -i Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dean of Cut- Rev. George H. Ricks Who In activities, was pointed out by
of Coral Gable are announcing In sociology and serving as' ler are the parents of a son,, has served as pastor of Homestead: Dr. Burgreen as a satisfactory
the birth of their third child i platoon sergeant in the Reserve I Charles Lester, born in the hos- I Presbyterian Church three yean, :way of life.Rotarian .
Bine-pound ejght-ounc daughter' Officers' Training Qorps. pital Oct. 4. I will preach his closing sermon Allen Pope of Wash.
in Jackaon..Memorial Hospital on Mrs. C. D. Smith of Naranja and I here on Sunday' morning. I
Ington, D. C. was a guest of the
Oct. 1. They are calling her Su. Mr. and Mrs. Belmont Cameron Miss Margaret Field of Homestead Mr. Ricks will go to the Presbytery club.
san. Mrs. SoUlle Is the former of Miami visited Mr. Cam- underwent tonsil'opentlon.. at Tampa for I week, and on [ .
Miss Ethel Hooks of Homestead.I eron's mother, Mrs Mollie Cam- Thursday. I the following Sunday, Oct. IS, will
Mrs. Brooker was removed deliver hla ,
I eron, on Sunday. Henry I first sermon as pastorof
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Popeare T to her home Wednesday. Northeastern Presbyterian
entertaining Mr. Pope's broth Ealey Parks returned yesterday Mrs. J. L. Burton will be discharged church at N. E. 95th street and

er, Allen Pop of Washington, D. from a business trip to Fort Lau- from the hospital Sunday. Sixth avenue In Miami Shores. HOTEL
C. derdale. Henry Ruegg was a medical pa- Mr. Rick' mother, Mrs. J. A.
tient from Friday till Monday. Ricks, will accompany him to I i

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Teuton ilf Mrs. Lewis Braer of Palatka Mrs. Herman Schlegel a medcal Miami Shores but his sister, Mrs. PATRICIA

Miami visited at the home. of hal been spending a few ',days patient T. L Hodges and her two sons, I
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Kirby Wednesday with her brother-in-law and sister Mrs. Herman Thacker and babY, Tom and John will remain In the
Mrs. Teuton Is MnKlrbjfs , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tid- daughter were discharged Wed- manse for the present. 312 S. E. 2nd Ave.
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sister, the former Miss well. nesday. Mrs. Chas. Tidwell and i
MIAMI
Susie Balls tit Homestead. baby daughter will be discharged Rod Cross Workroom II

Miss Letitia Campbell Is now Sunday Temporarily Closed
Mrs. J. B. Ross has gone to employed In the Dixie Drug -- I
and river.
Overlooking bay
White Spings, Fla., to visit her Store. FLORIDA CITY Temporary closing of the Red I II

mother. Cross work room due to a shortageof Two blocks from Floater
Alfred. Verdie has returned for Bi Warrene Severy I materials for making surgical Street.
Miss Flo Wilcox, manager of the winter season after a sum dressings, was announced yesterday -i
the local Western Union office, mer In New York and Massachusetts. Mr.and Mrs Willet Everageand by Mrs. Lee Lehman, Quirt, cool, comfortable.
Is spending her two-week vaca- three children moved from I chair-I
tion In Avon Park. Mrs. Carl Homestead to the Schweitzer 'man.Announcement of the for Refined atmoaphrre.

Smith of St, Petersburg Is taking Chas. Watson who has been dong house on Seventh street Monday. reopening the work oom will be
her place during that time. secctarlal work on the aqueduct I' made through the ne I ',iTO

project for the past year left Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Accurslo of Mrs Lehman adxlted. 'spapers'l SPECIAL RATES

Eugene Campbell who has been Monday for Georgia where he will Boston and their children Sam,I, u '
working on a defense project In enlist. Jim and Josephine, arrived Monday r0r. Leonard W.. HasklnrtlMw ,. SOUTH DADERS

has Baltimore come home during to visit the his past father year Miss Mildred former for the winter, 'I II sped-H-1.6 .is..t S"..*........IR.. .._ \ $1.50 Single

J. W. Campbell of Redland, before member of Redland High School Miss Nellie Gooding of Georgetown GLASSESMI

he enlists. Faculty, spent the week-end in N. C. left this week for a I. N. nr-t III., till.... t,. I I < $2.50 DoubleStay
Homestead. visit with Jacksonville friends, c-: ......, Air 4IUMM I IC
Mrs.i Wvlter. Friend returned ..__ Term I
after a one-week visit with herparents 4
I Saturday from Winllow, Ariz., to '
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Good.
Malcolm
her grow home on Bauer drive Brloson of Miami, ing. I'I, I
Former resident of Homestead,
and was a guest of Mn. Chu.I '
. Camp until Tuesday., Mr. and visited Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Sullivan I Appetising I overnight I* finish
Mrs. Clyde Nelll is ill at her
Mrs. Friend have sold their Win-I Friday.
slow home. SANDWICHES : transacting your bnilnns UT*
. place and will now make .
Homestead their permanent home. Dr. and Mn Joe Massey Bur. '
DRINKS another trip (which means gaa
Mrs. J. Coker reurned
Monday
War restrictions, however, will ton of Miami were Monday night
prevent their building the new guests of Dr. Burton's brother-in- after a four-day visit with her SHORT ORDERS : Urea, lime and nerves). ;
hpme they had planned. law and sister, Mr. and M.... ton- mother, Mrs. Helen Martin, in i
nie Hood. Dr. Burton Is house, Homestead. a'

Mrs. Beatrice Miller left Wednesday physician at the Kendall hospital
Joanne Doxsee and Bobby Brandenburg -
on a business trip to Bos DICK'S BAR-B-Q
ton. A. S. Moye' F, E. C. Railway of Miami were week-end I I
carpenter, I I.spending a vacationat guests of Mr. and Mn. R. E. Scott. U. S. 1 it Ida Street Y

Mrs..Lena Knowle Is on sick his home her. 1 Home Lead Florid I In t fie1f Id A>D.9
An all-day fishing trip at Jew
leave from her duties as clerk in I
the city light and water depart Mrs. Elizabeth Fuchs of Miami fish Creek Sunday was enjoyed by
ment. Beach was an overnight guest of Glenn Schroeder, Lanier White-
Mrs. W. K. Walton Tuesday. head and Bates Carpenter. !

Miss Katharine Davis, history
teacher at Redland High School, Mrs Bertha Camp visited her Miss Milfred Severy has recovered '
has been transferred to Ponce deLeon sister, Mrs Stella Harding in from her recent illness. I

School Miami Monday. : : !
r.-l'n; PromotionsA
Mn. Edith Mrs. Naomi ,

Herman Thomas returned to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Walker are Dayno, Misses Genevieve and
Nassau last week. entertaining Mrs. Walker's grandmother Beatrice Cline, Jeredean Tam;

Mrs William Erpenbachof
Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Barrow Coral Gables, former residentof I
DR.M.A.BERGERDentist raise does not from hard
have bought and remodeled the Redland.Mr. come

Reams house on N. W. Third ave
I work. Your achievements not ordi-
nue and plan to move there next and Mrs. B. F. King have ,

week. returned from ValdosU., where
work long hours designate
or
nary ,
visited Mrs. King's sister, Mrs. W. First National Bank
Mrs. Jos. E. Gauzens. Jr. is H. Taylor '
: the size of
visiting at the home of her parents Building your pay.

Mr. end Mrs. E. A. Ames Mrs W. S. Cheshire of Okee-
( while Mr. Gauzens is in Wash- chobee City is visiting her son-I Office Hours 8:30-4:30 I

ington, D. C.. on a F" B. L mis In-law and daughter, Mr. and Ops ETcnlna by Appolnlsjient Raise "ourself-make yourself better.
J sion. Mrs. Charles Tidwell.
I II Make jour work better.
Mrs. Mollie Wingat Is In the I. ,

X hospital at Kendall for- observa- i Merit more money.In .
tion and treatment.
FIRST THING SEES
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Mr. dnd Mrs Adrian Jacobs entertained 't Choose Hardware that will

over the week-end Capt render your home distinguished our evening school you can
and Mrs. Claude Jameson of
Rocky ML, Va. and Jheir four ll service. It's the first make yourself better in a short time.

l' children. Capt. Jameson hi stationed ,; thing visitors lee of your .
at Miami Beach. home-right at your door! e
"' M IaI (' show our Pls- .
May :6" you
i A. F Arthur has r returned from I tlngulshed-Hom Hardware? Regular courses-yes.: Terms-yes.
a one-week business trip to
Washington, D. C.: You will thank ust

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FRONT.MOIOIWL !
ernei er was mnmi.An "
AICHEBL-__rr .Uml l MMMAMOMB .
I LCACH Aka B:_ New tire have been long
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, ,--.r... ,- frozen. And the rubber situationis < >'-'

so critical that restrictions have y.
P. I" bore N --.... r.. .
now been placed on the sale :
err IIoe Youth Lode .......1.. co.p..,. ot
; IUlec.lnlOWaATA used tire and tube Frozen fat.\'f .:

U M C"itr II M' + the hands of present owners, It's 0- ., Dade c.._ 51.15P.t against the new war restriction + ;
r d w ...f 61W WAR .taw .Ii
alaeh II, tk for anyone to sell a used tire to
Kit. M, some "
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rbride. toot as ; : anyone else-unless It'* a tire on :
area .. in*
a car that' being sold. to'
JgrT
j eTauEEMf0 All tire will be rationed soon l'

I I Have a GloryBy ; tf '- ,..

s A cheering war order cam td "j

Annie Maykew Fitzpatrick \ Lttte Johnny with the restriction '

I have a glory-not the kind that placed on castor oil. Though the '

\ folks can pale fluid hasn't been barred for ,"

But I private tt-glory that Just medicinal purposes the director '.

belongs me. I general for WPB operations may fat
This little :that I have I II the "". .r SON&llJUAfrU his discretion, Issue special i

C kind you all could find, OYf lIO QOAV.We directions concerning the use ot i

It glimmer and It shimmers when I rA4 W.W 71S4401 any castor oIL "
t :::snl"ll
folks are extra kind. )/ rAMr AINMe'A4MSf4m7L50 rJ

t Its misty opaleectnce puts a / 'rOA"A4A'6 wefl c. The entire production of tin, ,,. 1(
bow fair to shame rain-I ;' N6 TNourAN'Q.$ whiskey and spirit will go into' ,
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When some one thinks war purposes beginning today. f., j

me to call me by my name I or:,

It sparkles and It glistens as if If a small firm can show that t!.

set with diamonds bright the money it want to borrow wlU.J. dr

When someone takes the troubleto help win the war, the Smaller !t

visit us at night. War Plants Corporation lays It '!I,

It sclntilates and twinkles-believe rf won't ask for gilt-edge security '

me it'* no dud. to make a loan. _I '

It goes off like a rocket when 1 I I. .t
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hear from Sis or Bud. Next year women will have to. ,

: 41 A /200 ACReSP8.1ZI'ICA get along with only one-fourth '

t I JVMJMGHtANOSMAMMOCK'STATSMAC the bobby and hairpin they used :
Women Will
Help Shape this year.Like .
Peace Plan
iit;. .vfAV Y8II1NrJ ilHm/u. ,01'op/#Uq"I'atIMi4. -- ",,0\
many another selling "
Eric A Johnston 7.4X AND If/STIr
of
president
b"1491 M4S D4'C"'I.AN t1tI17'ANJWII "frill", free samples are on their "
the Chamber of Commerce of the
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A77WAMAV irs Ozc aA4Nt97WEA7ME
SLIT way out for the duration.
United Stiles, In a salute to Na- sss4 0. M ,
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tional Women's Week, Oct. 11-17, .
.. WPB Is asking coffee lovers to
said: -- ---
I drln.lt two cups of Java where,
"More and more women are enlisting -
In the war of production. KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR Children in CourtBy they used to drink three. If everyone , 'y'
doe there'll
that be

of They them are In not the-as Tint used World to be War-Said * * a * * Judge Malcolm RatfteldPREJUDICE enough coffee to go 'round.

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merely 'keeping the home fires
4 burning.' They are taking thelr HAS NO PLACE IN ODT urges everyone to keep (
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places on the firing line of the Industrial * * V THE PBEVENTIO! OF: I tires Inflated and rota'them;

t front the factories and I CP.A.U. they'll last much longer with

workshops and laboratories. Many PARAGUAY-LAND OF RIVERS DELINQUENCYA proper care.

of them, in an executive capacity and normal youth who had become -
various length. Numerous tributaries, During the
Ire Carrying on businesses of their American nations In depression businesswas
of the Alto Parana and the delinquent developed Into a
those hard to and
get stores started
own or businesses left behind by have recognized the culture
husbands and Who ways (I great Pilcomayo, water more than notorious criminal simply becausethe such things as delivering good :
sons are fightIng -
In far places. I of the native race, but the Paraguayan -(I well all but the northwestern. judge presiding at his trial on approval and unlimited credit

"In their own occupations they has adopted and taken for quarter of the country.: permitted prejudice and bigotryto term OPA i* planning program L

are showing an Initiative, adaptability his own the,language and pteraI I The native Guaranl was selective to help stores reduce their
into his decision when he
and skill hardly suspected'I lure of Urn Guaranl Indian whom In material things. "Caaf enter : costs by cutting out these business

a few years back, and they are the Spanish settler found in occupation -,I I was his word for a drink that sentenced the youth to the pen- frills. Goods are now harder

helping to win the war for freedom of the Inland plains that brought a gustatory glint to the itentiary. : to get than customer .tyr

Just as much as if they I mark the confines of the republic 'eyes of the initiated the world Person who hold strong preju-, 'J..'
shouldered muskets on the battlefield today.In over. The Spanish called It ""er- dices should not enter judicial Meat rationing has been deft

Moreover, If they are playing other lands the dialect of the ba" and the method of drinking practice because they are not nitely set at 24 pound per per.v'
and the two words now son per week, and It Is being rationed
an Important part In the winning faded into It "mate, discover, and ;
aborigine has largely suited to Interpret rr'
of the war now It Is reasonably -I are used to describe both the to the butcher on about that .
the misty past, and scientists labor causes leading to a specific case
basis. Pork I Is lamb
certain that : the scarcer than
they will playa drink and process preferred '
hieroglyphics
long to decipher ancient Of delinquency. Delinquency can
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and mutton. Meat will be
I less Important part when by many millions of Americansto rationed
tomb stela or native be curtailed eradicatedIf
on or never or
to the folk who from'the
the time comes to shape a Just China tea or American coffee: buy
paper. But the Cuarant was If cause are not understood.In .
I butcher later
and enduring peace. The drink I Is not distinctly Paraguayan on.
a live rich language, with verbs the past many juvenile
and sentence structure adapted to although perhaps more Judges held that their primary

''Air Raid "Instructions"For the mentality of the conquering universally used there than else duty was to protect property; own I The FlagThe
where. have Issued I postage -
Civilians people. Its use was fostered by They era. Such an old-fashioned judge
to commemorate its Is the commander-lo-
the Jesuits, who traded the precepts stamp frequently permit his judicial! Flag : '
virtue Citizens of Brazil Ar. chief of America's aud
1. Run like hell when bombs Army
of the church,translated into egotism to gain ascendency over
start dropping. It don't gentlna, and other countries: are I,Navy. When It passes the Fred- .d
matter the native tongue, for the devotion his better judgment; a* a result,
where, as long aa you run. It the I I and worship of the native. devotees. the youngster I* committed to a dent of the United State must
bare his head, for It la the Flag +i
people ahead of you arc slower and felt satisfied with the bargain. The fragrant "yerba mate" Is reformatory. These action plainly

and fall down, you can either Guarani today is the second by no means Paraguay's only material Indicate that judges of this type only which ranks him In authority.
them or jump over them of Is bid for distinction. There The Service reveres the Flag.
pall''language Paraguay. Spanish are swayed by prejudice or bigotryor The
trouble at all. the official speech, but Guaranl Is Is the wood of the quebracho, or that they are anxious to get I men are taught that It represents
I. Don't under any fl heard alike In social discourse "..xebt'ellkertree, one of the rid of delinquent children with- all that there I I. in duty loyalty

stances, stop to help someone else. and legislative chambers. Thereto hardest known, used increasinglyby out attempting to reform them.It and patriotism. It i* their
i. Take advantage of the maker of furniture. Paraguayans first thought lit battle a* it i* In
no similar Instance of Its kind I II refreshing to note that the
tunities afforded you oppor-I In America II use It for ties for their electorate I* giving greater attention peace.
air raid sirens sound the An Every day In the year 1* FUg
rapidly expanding railways.
the
Perhaps the virility of Guarani I to qualification of ,Day in the and
army navy.
of attack or black-out ,i grew from the ease of travel afforded Industry has grown around a process men who are aspiring to the juvenile I A soldier
a. It In I bakery grab pie.b. quickly learn to love e
for extracting tannin fromit
the the court bench. The
natlye by numerous j'I public la the
It In a tavern, grab a beer. forests I Flag. It become to him the r
Paraguayr quebracho
of the
I streams of Paraguay. Although now aware fact that an attorney's :sign of all things worthy. The)
c. It In a movie, grab I are a storehouse of wealth, a* yet
blonde. 1,000 miles Inland, Paraguay lal i I I I legal experience will be spirit of the army I* against ev-
'somewhat inaccurately referred to hardly touched. of practically no use to him In trythlng that Is not American.
4. It find unexploded
bomb pick you It an and shake It : as one of two land-locked countries -1 I With a healthful, sub-tropical this particuar judicial field, be- ,Patriotism i* taught In the serviceas
,
the up Is tuck. ; I of South America. The other Climate, an abundance of good cause, a* a juvelnle court judge, it I* not aught elsewhere; and
maybe firing pin
8 If Incendiary I ,,,18 Bolivia. It Is true that her access I soil and a wealth of waterway he will be dealing with problems there 1* no preaching done.
an bomb *
found burning In a building throw 1 i to the sea la by courtesy of I Paraguay's agricultural development demanding highly specialized No man no matter where lie

gasoline on It. You cant;put It her neighbors, but an early scribe U In pace with the steady training. The day I* not far distant come from, can go on day after

well have a little fun. more accurately poke of Paraguay advance) In, goveament. Industryand when tae United States will I day with the Star and Stripe as
I when he aald of it that"each education. More than Sixty be forced to follow the example the center of all thing without
.. When the tint bomb fall,
holler bloody: murder. It win add town has Its river' and each home I colonies of foreign people are set by Canada, and require that 'getting d.votlOlllllto his being.

to the tun and confusion: and its tasok. busy with stock-railing and farm Juvenile court judge be hlgrty The.Flag represents the IdeeJsot
line between the ing. PomInent them U a trained specialists who need '
scan hell out of the kids. I Boundary among no a people. When standard arc
T. It fcr.wcll to have onion or country: and Argentina the river I colony of Mennonites, from Canada legal training "debased the Flag suffer An Inglorious -

llmburge handyas a snack before Paraguay bathes the) shores of Asuncion and our own West nation cannot have a glorious -

Paraguayan capital, and bealde It tea wood flag.-Edward B dark.
entering a crowded air raid For export, Studies of the annual volumeof
shelter. It may mata you very stretches more than 1,800 miles and quebracho extract Paraguay new wood created by the grow

unpopular but you'll have lot of into the heart of the contliwnt. often hides, tobacco: orange, log process of tree In the commercial Motorists are wanted not to

room lor'OUrIIIt.. It 1* Navigable mart ol that beef product, cotton lace and forest la this country,wear sun glasses while driving at

1 If in air raid warden starts vegetable oil*. But it must look how that tree growth abbe and night as a protection against approaching

to tell fOIl what to do, knock him squad win take care of you. to neighbor and the outside I fall In 11-year cycles In rhythm headlight This practice

down end kick hh teeth In.I. 10. Get friendly with some war world, a* yet, for foodstuff, with the 11-year solar cycle'of carve only to sharply limit r

If you find yoU are a victimof den: they always have the beat hardware machinery, medicine; 'ray from the sun. The avenge vision of the driver and U extremely

a direct bit. don't go to piece seat for themselves and theirMeadZ& automobile, ready-made dothJill. annual Increase I now 11,500.000; dangerous says the Florida

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Friday.. October 9, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Papa Flv. ,

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The Nation's steel mills are running ,out of a.

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scrap. They haven't enough on hand for even ;:

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.i have to shut down for all new steel is 50% .'

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11 scrap. Get your scrap ready to turn in now!

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it WHOSE BOY WILL
Or mate you Jotft caret,

We think you do. We feel that curl
.1 DIE BECAUSE YOU whole community" ready to rise tif'and7bring oJ) {,
in the scrap as soon as }'
get a chance. So you're going to gtrj
r that chance!
FAILED \
We're starting the biggest drive
you've ever seen, to get in this pre-
cious material. And you're going to
' pitch in, too, because this situationis
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serious.
about it u revr-ge-'way; next few weeks or It may bi too li11,! .
.t THINK back at the cum who have Start looking around your place let
"' attacked us.Or think about it u little Maybe you don't know what it meansto
If
' scrap today. you've got a son in tb< :
: more protection for our fighting men have production fall off.Maybe you service, do it for IJ/",. Do it for theneighbor's
.i 'something you, yourself, can do to can't imagine how it feels to be hunkered boy-for those fine young, e I
:', bring,as many as possible home alive. down,in a foxhole wishing for chaps you just passed, out on the'street. '
just one more clip of cartridges.Or to .
r,, But think about it now-for the scrap see the enemy rolling through your
la homes, farms and factories has totto lines because you didn't have just a Above all do it for your country.. ;
" be moving to.stockpiles within the few more tanks ud do k howl
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PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION GIVES HOMESTEAD P. t. A. LIEUT. DALE HENDERSON IS WEDDED

. RECEPTION FOR HOMESTEAD TEACHERS CHAIRMEN Selection of NAMED chairmen for the I TO MISS JEAN MARTIN OF COLUMBUS

-- Homestead P. T, A. wa completed -
Unusually enjoyable and well two number and Mrs. Welt gave Wednesday at an executive com-I Second Lieut George :Hen district attended the Redland

attended wu the reception reading mittee meeting held In !Neva' King derson of Fort Benning, Ga.. son school 'and was graduated from
A striking centerpiece of red Cooper School. Mra. Lewis Riverside Military Academy In
which the Homestead P. T. A. of the late'Mr, and Mrs. C. N.
rosebuds adorned the lace cov- Brandenburg, the president, pre- Gainesville Ga. He 1* now,being .
i gave for its teacher member at ered dining table, and the dining sided. Henderson of Princeton wa married transferred to California. l

the home of Mrt. E. J. Dyal, past room, like the living room Finance and budget chairmanwill Sept. 19 to Mill Jean Martinof His sisters, Mrs. Frank Berneck.
president of the organization.Friday and sun room, was attractively be Mr*. Ceo. D. Buehle; Columbus, Oa, daughter of Mr. er and Mr. Otto Bernecker, returned .
evening. decorated with row and other cafeteria, M... R. J. Hester; and Mrs. John Martin of that city. to Homestead Sunday aftera
Mrt. Lewis Brandenburg the garden flower Mrs. Frank health, Mrs. Carl Anderson; hospitality Lieut. Henderson, member of a nine-day visit In Columbus with 1
president, made a short address Hausman poured tea and Mrs. A. Mn. B. M. Hindman; prominent pioneer family of the the bride and bridegroom. )
welcoming the faculty member A. Payne, coffee. library, Mrs.-T. E. KIrby; memo

to which Principal B. M. Hind- The hospitality committee, bership, Mrs. Green Rive In the I MRS. T. BUTT 8IIEALLT IS LOLA ANN ROBERTS ]
man responded. New members which planned and gave the elementary school and Mrs. M. HONOR GUEST AT PARTIES CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY I
of the teaching force, Thos. S. party, 1* composed of Mr*. B. F. White in the high school; program -
Stark, Mr*. Wm. Gee who I* back M. Hindman, chairman, Mr*. Mrs. J. G. Wynn; publicity, Mrs. W. L. Sawyer gave abridge Little Lola Ann Roberta, daughter 1 1
after a ytuft absence, Mr. Paul Reynolds, Mr*. W L. Sawyer Mrs. Floy Watson; room mother, luncheon Tuesday for Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Mason Roberta 1
Henry Carter and Mrt. S. L. Mr*. Coma Davis Dellingerand Mrs. J. Lee Smith in elementaryand T. Britt Sheally of Jacksonville, decided to celebrate her ixtti 1
West who I* substituting for Mr Mr. Adrian Jacobs. Mrs. W. E. Rheney in high much-feted house guest of Mrs. birthday Tuesday by Inviting I
i4 H. 0 Thurman, were Introducedby Transportation for the teacher school; visual education, Mr. Adrian Jacobs, and Mrs. J, A. neighborhood playmate and her
Pollard entertatntd at bridge for classmates In Redland Farm Life,
Mr. Hindman. was provided by various pa- Hester; and welfare, W. R. Bird. I
1 Mi*. Wm. Musselwhlte tang rent-member of the association. the visitor on Thursday.The School to her home for a frolic
Principal Hindman will serve first prize at Mrs. Saw. after school hours, and arrangedfor r

as parliamentarian. yer' party was won by Mr*. their parent to come for them. 1f
I HOMESTEAD B. P. W. C. ENTERTAINEDBY I The annual membership campaign Jacobs; the second prize, by Mn. Fortunately for her mother,.she
i MRS. T. E. STADIG OF PRINCETON will begin on Oct. 22, the J. R. Brook; and the consolation J mentioned the fact at noon, and (
day after the October meeting of prize, by Mrs. Geo. D. Mrs. Roberta with the aid of Lo-
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the association, It was decided. Ruehle. Mr. Sheally received a 1 la's grandmother, Mn. Dan Roberts -
Mrs. T. E. Stadig entertained atc feating in the election of Nov. 3 Officers of the association and guest prize. I j entered with lest Into plan ,

her home In Princeton Monday I the amendment to redistrict Dade chairmen are members of the executive Present besides those named i for a real party with Ice' cream,
evening members of the Homestead County. Mn. Clna Stewart announced committee. Room moth- were: Mrs. Ceo M. Frick, Mrs ,birthday cake. and party favors.

Business and Profes.lonalWomrn' the program numbers. ers, a* In former yean, are Invited Paul Haley, Mrs. A. A. Payne,I I Lola' guest on this happy occasion
I Mrs. W. K. Walton was admit- to attend the executive Mrs. W. E. Rheney Mr. A. M. were: her teacher, Mrs.
Club and special guests, ted to membership.A committee meeting Logan, Mrs B. M. Hindman, Mm. Hugo Vlhlen; Mrs. D. R. Snyderand t
Past President Vince Betterly of card shower five
given
was R. N. Herman and Mrs. Pollard.' her twin and v
tons, Bobby
Hialeah, organizer of the Home I who had birthday recently, Mr. Mrs. Sheally and her ion,
stead club, Mrs. Molka Reich,I Hammett, Mrs. Charles Clinton, MRS. BUCHANAN HEADS Tommy, plan to return to 'their Billy; Mn. C. J. Calderwood and
sons, Johnny and Mr. t
president of Dade B. P. W. C. of Mrs. Virgil Lyon Mrs. Ben Archer DANCE COMMITTEEMrs. home Jimmy;
Miami. Dr. Adele Hampton past and Dr. Hampton. .. E. A. Buchanan hat been Saturday. Wm. Turner and children, Billy t..
president of Dade club, and Mrs I On the table In the dining room, named general chairman of a i Jr., and Dorothea; Mrs Clvde
TALLt'LAIt WEBB'S Gossman end daughter, Maxine le
Matilda Rattner, legislation chair. centered' within a Circular arrangement dance which will be given by the ;
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED Mrs. Carl Wagner and daughters,
man of Dade club coral Woman'
of vine, wa a Club of Homestead in
Mrs. Reich told of her club's I big birthday cake bearing a candlefor the Chamber of Commerce building Mrs. Bevo Webb entertain! Kathleen and Marilyn; Ann Ellis; d

plans fur celebrating National each of the birthday members. Saturday night, Cct. 17. a group of neighborhood children and Miss Virginia Haa. .

'. Business Women' Week and made Sandwiches and iced tea also were Roger .anford'. orchestra has Saturday In honor of the fourth ,
; a practical talk on club member served. been engaged for the event which anniversary of her daughter, Tal- Mr. A. A. Payne will be hostess I
s ship. Dr. Hampton told of the Cut prlzea.were won by Mr. will be held from 10 p. m. to 2 lulah. this evening at an open bouse n
fifty new Business and Professional Walton and Mrs. Stewart. a. m. The guest were: Carla Darelng, In honor of the Rev. George H.
t Women' clubs In Englandand Present beside those named Janet Cooper, Janice Howard Rick who 1 Is ending his term a* I,
other branches of the Inter-' were: Mrs. E. A. Froscher. Mn. Johnson, Gladys Ann Harris, pastor and of his mother, Mn e
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national federation. Mrs. Rattner Herbert Katz, Mn. Frank Morris, The Calendar cy Jennesi, Karen Bishop ands J. A. Ricks, and his sister, Mr*. lII
told of the recent board Mrt. Roy Chandler, Mrs A. R. ,- Baby Ronnie Webb T L. Hodjes.

j in Tampa, and Mrs J. meetln'j I Livingston and Mn. F, M. Kent Oct. Presbyterian Auxiliary'
I mett, president of the Mrs. Morris will-entertain the C
open house at Mrs. A. A, Payne's
club In November
home.
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i I Oct. Christmas gift work lack DIXIE DRUG Howard D
privilege of managing the refresh meeting of Homestead Home"Dem folk JtbMOU I
f I ment booth as a mean of raising 'onstration Cub.
The opening meeting of the money for equipment.' Oct. 12-Meeting. of Monday .net** It and Sill \,
1 t. Monday Music Club will be held Mr*. John Barker and Miss Bar Music Club at. homeof Mrs. J. R. A
: at S:30 o'clock next Monday at the bara Done were made war recrea- Rutland. 'A WORD ABOUT OUR
home of Mn. J. R. Rutland on tion chairmen. Oct. 14-Meeting of Redland P. D
North Krome avenue. Present were: Mrs. Burley Den T. A at. p. m. PRESCRIPTION e
"Adaptation of Music-to Modern dy, Mrs. T. J. Walker, Mn. Stuart Oct. Itr-Meeting of Redand W. SERVICEv
Hall, Mrs. Jas. L. Bird, Mrs. Olin S. C. S.
Trends" will be the theme of
a The Until Drag Store is justly pow. of its c'
Oct. 1J .
Wright, Mn. Augustus Wynn, Mrs. Meeting Of Thursday s
talk by Mrs. E. H. Gallaher. Mrs.T. .
L. Hodges will give a vocal Neal, Mrs. Barker, Mrs. Roberta Evening Bridge Club with Mr. and prescription tcnice.. k h the note impor- _? .- "d
solo. Piano selections will Include Harrison and Miss Done. Mn. Frank Webb. torn < a solo by Mn Clarence Gray and Mn Wynn and Mn. Harrison Oct. 17-Woman'* Club dance In limited phumuiin,using the purest of fullttrtflgth
will be hostesses at the social Chamber of Commerce building.Oct. materials,compound your preKnp- a
a duet by Mn. J. D. Redd and Mr*.
I 20 lion....The MM time lei the Until DrugStore
W, B. Mils.Hostesses. meeting on Oct. 19.THURSDAY -Meeting of Homestead t L
I ,VT.S.C.S. circle serve you. ..tJI
arc Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg ,
Oct. 21-Meeting of Homestead
1 M... L P. McLean, Mrs. I BRIDGE CLfB p iji, A. I
: Lester Lawrence and Mrs. Rutland. RESUMES ITS MEETINGS I Oct. 21-Meeting of Neighbor I J
j I Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb entertained ,hood Club with Mr*. L. a Klopp. : y

JUNIOR CLUB PLANS the Thursday Evening I Oct. 22-Beginning of Homestead Swiss l i "
I HALLOWEEN DANCE Bridge Club at Its opening meetIng P. T. A. membership drive. < .,
I ROtHt
t A Halloween dance for Oct. 31 I were Oct.won 1.by The Mn.high W, score R. Bird prizes and I Oct.slate 28-Official vjslt) of Rebekah Fp61 l'A MAR

wa planned at the meeting of the I presidentOct. t
Frank Webb and the guest prize 2ft-Meeting of Jennie Lob- eons'ne t+ .+ usetee6
Junior Woman' Club at the home ube tq vote.
Dr. A. .
by M. Logan. All
of Mrs. prize dell Circle with Mrs. O. Sewell Foe 4 pa p va pop
I Stanley Wlttkop Monday, were war slumps. Palmer, ka "coo 'aces all .'
"tack
I night Mrs. Allen Neal made'I
was Members present were: Mr. and
Oct. 28-Rotary Anne night at ,
; dance chairman, and the Redland Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. Rotary Club. R

i Ii- first aid station was granted the,I T. J. Faust of South Miami, Mr. Oct 30-Redland School carni
and Mn. Geo. N. Wakefield Mr. */ & &&
and Mr. Bird, Mr. and Mrs. Frank val.Oct 31-Junior Woman' Club & : .
SEE Webb, Mrs. Julian H. Webster and Halloween dance.
the host and hostess. Nov. 4-Meeting of Legion Solaunoott
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-: Airs. An ilia Booth The guest were Mr. and Mr*. I Auxiliary In Legion Hall. .' 'yns8 wae't"'
for C J. Piirman and Dr. and Mn I Nov. -Meeting of Episcopal .
Logan Auxiliary.

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I I BIRTHDAY AIRS Mr FAT*. M. M.DINNER GIVES Fain gave birth. ILASSIFIED ADS

Ir Social Events I day dinner party Sunday In honor!i ]l .11
:of the birthday of Mr. Fain. and
i little Tallulah Webb. I RATE: fin insertion 104 a lint! subsequent insertion

I Other present were: Mr. and r W a line

Mn. Bevo Webb, parent of Tal-I -

PRESENTATION OF PAINTING IS lulah, Mr. and. Mn. J. A. Webb, FOR RENT FOR SALEPIANO
I. MADE /Mr and Mrs. John Whichard, Mr. .

AT MEETING OF HOMESTEAD'W. S. C. S": and Mn. Frank Webb and baby GARAGE apartment sleeps 4. Hot for sale $15. Mr*. W. E. I
son, Ronnie, and Mr. Julian H.
-- Webster and cold water, shower, kitchenette Watkins. 268 N. E. First avenue I
Presentation of an oil painting veiled Mrs. I. P. McLean sang' $7 per week. Mr*. Jot.Hlckson (poll

2( by 3J inches In size for the I"Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead NEIGHBORHOOD CLfB Naranaja, phone 35,000 excellent seedbrrd plants,
,' general meetiftg room of the Me" to violin accompaniment oy I HAS SEWING CONTESTThe 578-J-ll. (011-18)) also full line of budded trees.

Homestead Methodist Church I Mrs. Davis. Neighborhood Club met HOUSE for rent In Rodltind. Fur. Roberts Nurseries, Dan M. Roberts -
Miss .
school building was made Tuesday' Helen Livingston conduct.ed I Wednesday with Mn. Sam J. I nlahed. Brooks, Inc, Phone 73-R. prop., E. Epmore dr.
the devotional, which was followed Davis Mrs. Clayton Scdgwlck (sll-o2)
at a meeting of the W. S. c. ST: by I (02t1)
i i by talk on our La Cooper read the devotional and I
Mn. Maud E. Chandler, painter of American neighbors by Mrs till-I I Mrs. Maud E, Chandler offered:\GARAGE apartment delightful, 5-ACRE lime grove, 2 miles from.
the picture, and Mrs. Sam J. Showalter and Mrs. A. S. Moye. prayer. Mrs. Geo. P. Wright can sleep 4, cooking! facilities,' bank bldg Can be bought .....
Davis, her sister The picture,;j I{I The society voted to serve dinner gave a reading, "The Tapestry! shower bath, $7 week. Phone sonable. Mrs. M. A. Berger, N.
"By the Waters" a shepherd scene for the Monday Music Club In I Weaver." M.... Sam J. Davit &78-J.11. I Krome ave and 10th st, Home
made to Illustrate the twenty-third November. Plans were made for played violin accompaniment for sUad. (m-tf
psalm, was inspired by a small observation of the week of prayeron Mn. I. P. McLean who tang "An!TO permanent tenant, all electric I
photograph of.a valley In Pales Oct. 26.Present Old Fashioned Garden" and "1 well furnished apartment, hot' HELP WANTED
tine, said Mrs. Chandler who plans I| besides those nam"rt I Blew a Kill Into the Ocean." water direct road to airport.
to five the church one of her nature , were: Mrs E. S. Caplinger, Rats-1 I Mn. Reid Holmes won the I Mn. Eva Collins, Federal hwy. WAITRESS wanted-Hours rea-
studies, "Water Lilies," for O. Sewell Palmer Mrs Gt>o. first prize for making the best and Biscayne dr at Modello. IOn ble. Redland Cafe. (09)-
its parsonage. 'l'son, Mrs. Dan Williams, Mrs. H
nine-patch block for a Red Cross FURNISHED house for rent See
Mrs. Chandler is giving one of L. Brown Mrs. A. M. Logan, Mrs quilt. Mn. Cooper won the sec L. O. Hall at Berger residence WANTEDSMALL
her paintings to the parsonage of Lloyd Field, Mrs. J. L.
Ballard. ond prize and Mrs Wright, the 10th and Krome. (jy3tf)
each Methodist church in the district Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg, Mr*. J. third prize. r tractor with culterbar
and she hat been commissioned A. McNeil, Mrs. Casper Williams Mrs. L. H.
Klopp will enter FOR SALE mower attachment. Write P. O.
to paint pictures for some Mrs Stanley Matthews, Mrs. Leslie tain the group on Oct. 21, it was Box 501, Homestead, Fin. (po2)
of the church school DItter, Mr*. C. D. Eaker and decided. FORDSON tractor. Runs and
While the picture being WANTED with home, ,
was un Mrs. Lucy Clevenger looks like new. Also two discs. groves
MR. AND MRS. FRICK Will sell reasonable. Wolfe Auto what have you' Wanted to

I W. M.\ U. CIRCLES CHOOSE OFFICERS I ENTERTAIN CLUB Wrecking Co., Homestead. ,Will trade trade nice home station for and a grove.home
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Frick oStf pas
entertained ( )
AT FIRST MEETINGS OF NEW GROUP the Af Club at their income $100 per month, for
-- home NICE clean lime tree 30c each grove and home. J. K. Dorn
--- Monday night
in lots of 50 or more. Mrs C. 228 Halcyon Arc. Phone 2-2483.
Organization meeting of three: of L. S. Fitzhugh, Mrs. W. L. Smith, Present besides the host and W. Camp, Bauer drive. Phone S25-023))
the newly! divided W. M. U. circles Mn. Amos Westberry Mn. Everett hostess were: Mr. and Mn B. M.
582-M-2. slit
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were. held Tuesday afternoon. I Douberly, Mrs. Bowen and Hindman, Mr. and Mn. Geo. N TUTORING WANTED alg0
Circle One which met at the Mn. ,Irwin. Wakefleld, Mr. and Mn. C. H. 'CHRISTMAS vines rooted; young school and grade school subject.
home of Mrs. T. T. Bowen electedthe Circle Two which met at the Steffanl and four guests Mr. and mango trees and papayas.. Mrs. Mr*. H. J. Armstrong A. B,
following officers: leader, Mrs. home of Mn. 'Lester Lawrence Mn Robert R. Relmert and Mr. N .0. Ball 13 N. E. 8th St Plummer drive and Country
Bowen; co-leader, Mrs. Ceo. A.' elected.""Mra. Lawrence, leader and and Mr. Stanley Wlttkop. (7tf) Club road.

West; secretary, Mrs. Frank Irwin; Mrs. T. E. Kirby, secretarytreasurer. -
and treasurer, Mrs. Chesley Saunders -. Chairmen named were: per. AD ASTRA TO OBSERVE . ,
:Jsonal' service, Mn. Esque Smith; 19TH ANNIVERSARYAd

M.... Will /Smith was made stewardship, M.... Ora Frazeur, Astra Chapter of the O. E. S. For Rent ..80 Acres--For Rent
White Cross chairman and Mrs. W. mission study, Mn. O. C. Radford, will entertain the grand represent :
B. Caves and social Mrs. W. D. Horns. atives and star point of District
personal service chair-
man. I Present besides those named was 29 on Oct. It when the 29th birth South Allapattah district. Fronts on MowrySt.
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I Mrs. B. A. Stafford. day of the chapter I la celebrated. :
drained in entire section. Earliest by
Best
The group voted to sponsor the I .
1M... James C. Vann :
I i was named At Friday night's meeting a
R..A. of which.Mrs. Irwin is leader leader of Circle Three which met benefit party was planned for Oct. two weeks both as to planting and harvesting.
,, and made contribution
to the
Arcadia children' home at the home of Mn. J. Tom Vann. 23 at the home of the worthy matron '. Has been farmed by Knaus Bros. for past 10()
ontunt::I|I Mn. Orlando Wollam was elect Mn. J. W. English.Announcement j
magazine andenission ed co-leader and literature chairman wa made that!, years. Has large storage houses and 2-room tenant

The hostess served a salad ; Mn. Earl Byrd, secretary the chapter has bought a $100 war house. See Jos. L. Hickson, Naranja.
course and iced tea. I and publicity chairman; Mrs. H. bond. ,

Present were: Mrs. G. H. Easter, Collier treasurer; Mn. J. R. Pope,I "'"""."".. ", .. " " ,,,,,,,,,..,,.., ,,,, ,. ,,, ,,q ,,,, "
Mrs. W B. Myrick, Mr*. R. O. White Cross chairman; and Mrs. :
Blggen, Mn. Jennie Smith, Mn. S. A. King social,chairman. A slime *vt*f avery '
I : delver wiser* I
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W. S.; C. S. TO HOLD IS OUR QUOTA

ALL-DAT MEETING y I. .:11... EDWARD STILING
Mrs. H. L. Brown, Mrs. J. A. I for VICTORY with
Mrs. O. Sewell Palm- UNITED STATES.
V.$ WAR BONDS
Mand leaders at the second WARBONDS REALTORReal
of the Homestead
-v. ,a. C. S. to be devoted to the STAMPS
study of Rycroffs MOn This Foundation NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Estate General Insurance

-" A covered dish luncheon 'III'ADnDllnCllment NAME LAW .
will be served.Announcement. Notice I la hereby given that the NOTARY PUBLIC

tn-day, meeting yesterday was made that at the that In undersigned business, under desiring the to fictitious engage I Cor. Palm A"e. and Ave. B Florida City, Fla.

Lyon Brothers quartet will sing it name of DICK'S PHONES 11.1 AND S01-M:
, the 11 o'clock service Sunday. I I Homestead, Fla.,Jn
I 1 ter the said name with BAR-BQ'j .
6! The Woman's Auxiliary of St.' DR. R. S. SPICKARDand :,of the Circuit Court of

, John's Episcopal Church held a ty, Florida.
, work meeting at the home of M(.. R. G. I GROVE LANDS-TRUCK LANDS-CITY LOTS-HOMES
W. J. Clark Thursday to sew on DR. C. C. RAY I I. (Sept. 18, 25, Oct..,2, B Coun'l
articles for its annual bazaar. I Pricetn Never So Low-Plenty of Coo Val_..
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HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday.. October 9, 1942 .

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cross the.. Atlantic to Aide for Ruehl and S. J. Lynch, who night of the farm labor registration
-tiiLDS destinations In Egypt, China and HARLEYR.CORE proceeded to give a scientific explanation committee in the offices ot
/ the East Indies. followed by an experiment the United States Employment
TESTED BY The Homestead field was used IS FOUND GUILTYIN to show the effects of Service in Miami, approximately
....aJ I ss a training field by Pan American Core's preservative on rubber 50 volunteer registrars are expect.
P even before construction of Objections flaw from both ed to take the field today according
LOCALSTATON luldlngs was begun at the has*. LIONS TRIAL aides all during the trial Court to Preston B. Bird, county
The latter part of August all flight Clerk Chajk. Oolejr finally got so commissioner-elect: who Is on the
training, formerly carried on at tired of swearing in witnessesthat committee. These workers will
The following report on Sotto the 36th street airport in Miami, Despite claims of Insanity and be just bad them say, launch a drive to register all
experiment It given out by was transferred to the Homestead the doubtful testimony of char "Ditto." available farm labor says Mr.Bird,
bate. acter witnesses, Harley Core was Character witnesses for Core in a concerted effort to supply
t '\9 Subtropical Experiment Sta- Prospects are that by Nov. 1, pronounced guilty after a trial were R. C. McDonnell and AI:i growers with sufficient help to
on of Homestead: before of his fellow Lions Core/ .
hundreds of officers and enlisted a jury Llndgreq who alleged that plant their crops.Members _
Fifteen varieties and strains men will be on duty at the local I in the Lions Den Tuesday night was not In fun possession'of Ms' of the farm labor registration ..:

+ f potatoes were compared In an air has*. Whether the Homestead : Charged with mjsleading the faculties committee besides Bird
xperlment on Perrlne marl lOll field will take the place of the public and destruction of valu- The , Seed 4th street airport as the "jump- able rubber In wartime through court dressed as though he had agricultural agent; H. L Cox,
t the East Glade (arm.
ng off place for the war-bound his own personal conservation never heard of Esquire. A South Dade grower; James H..
as planted Nov. 21, 1041, andre bombers and air transports could program Core was defended by shaggy mop of coal black hairs Callahan, U. S. Employment Service .
harvest was on Mar 21, 1042 not be ascertained. Through Oct. a battery of defense attorneyswho worn a Ia Venrtiica Lake set off ; N. P. Lowery, county commission
Table 1 Is a summary of the 31, however. It will continue to be even attempted to try the a Jerry Colons moustache. A chairman; Mrs. Dorothy
trformance of the varieties and exclusively a training base for prosecuting attorney, Ed Galla- tight fitting coat and open-work Myers, member of district welfare,
the air transport pilots.TIN her, at one time in the course trousers completed his ensemble. board; a. d three negroes, James
!trains: as Indicated by yields of E. H. E. Reeves and Donald
of the trial Charlie Pratt Al Streamlined court procedure Scott
S. No. 1 tubers in bushels per I Llndgren and Carl Wagner were and Informality prevailed highlighted Francis.
rre. CANSContinued the attorneys for the defense. by much of the unre- The labor problem. even more,
From the yield data It can be I Assisting Gallaher In the prosecution hearsed testimony given by the acute than first expected, as there ,
is alarming shortage of work- ... -
was Walter Weiss. various witnesses an
' Pen that yields of U. S No. 1
( from Page One ers to plant the crops, much less
t :ben varied considerably among I Walter O. Talbott was the presiding harvest them. Besides the estimated .
1. different varieties and the drive is being planned for Judge and the court repeatedly McNUTTSEES 7.500 laborers needed In
Tuesday assembly, Mr. Blackburn fined the defendant
:.rains. Nevertheless the yields
Dade, 11,000 will be required la
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Bliss announced. during the trial Core paid off, -
Pontiac Waiba Triumph Broward :and Palm Beach counties -
More than $1,100 in prize money too, digging a handful of pennies from
Moehn Early S. Dakota, Line 14 (Continued Page One) and the' nine southeastern
tedium, and Late strains), and will be distributed as follows from the depths of a feed I8ck.I .' had announced that importation counties with farms totaling .
''ed Warba were greatest and not among Dade schools at the close I Selection of the Jury consumed I II I I of Bahama negroes to aid theSouth 01,000 acres will need'approximately .' '
gnlflcantly different (odds of the two-week drive which began considerable time as the entire Florida labor situation was about 30,000 '
11): from each other. The Monday: first prize $100; I first panel was challenged and but a matter of time. men
'eld of Chippewa was equal to second. $75; third $50; fourth II rejected on various counts, such At a meeting Monday in the
'I of these except Pontiac. The $40; fifth. $30; sixth $25; seventh as having been born In Georgia, Redand District Chamber of Com-
[elds of the other varieties and] $20; eighth, $15; ninth $10. not having heard or dlscused the merce, 64 growers representing
rains were significantly less Preliminary plans for salvaging I case and other highly technical 14,730 acres, were urged to file
t_ The White Rural variety also was Un are being made this week by reasons. Finally chosen were: new labor applications in dupli- --
icluded In the experiment but Mrs. C. H .Feeder, county salvage H. E.: Kendall,_Jos. Hlckson: Jr. cate, sending one to the United
chairman, who hopes to have col- J., W. Sam Davis John
: 1. seed was so dormant that no English States Employment Service in .
:tints grew. lection bins for cans placed In Reed and T. E. Klrby. Miami and the other to Dr. B. F.
Table 1. Yields of U. S. No.I very grocery store In the county. First witness, J. R. Graves Aihe, regional director of the war EXPERTBARBERING
tubers In bushels per acre Housewives are asked to soak: identified exhibit A. a badly manpower commission for presentation
Variety Bushels per sere off the labels, wash the cans thor used tire and tube. Next R. R. at todays meeting.
ontlac (NDS)0 MI oughly. cut off both ends, and Kinardt a fertilizer, salesman Luther L. Ch.ndler.'chalrman of
Varba (ND8, 506)_ _____-tit slip_ them Inside the cylinderswhich I testified aa to his qualificationsto the agricultural war" board of
:Miss Triumph, Hoehn Early are flattened by being I Identity exhibit B, a containerof Dade County who presided at
(NDS, 18t) L tUs _21'r stepped upon. Can should be Core's so-called rubber pre, Monday's meeting explained that Ralrevt __- Me
Triumph, S. Dakota SJ14 saved In'separate containers I servative. Ed Norman then was only 1,500 farm laborers were m-ft age
"Use Triumph, Line 14, Med. Rubber rags, burlap sacks, called to testify as to the source seen available out ot an estimated : Bumper (Plata)- Me
(NDS, 220) 1.8 ropes, old clothing Iron steel, ot exhibit B, which he said came' 7,500 needed 'It the peak of the i Slump (Medicate)_ 75*
russ Triumph,, Late (NDS, copper. brass bronze aluminum, from Core's chicken vard.' season. As a mean pf
t 212)1) . ._.. 1t2 sine and lead are sought by the The prosecution then called the dwindling labor ,eonaervln'l I Binge. U.
". two rubber experts, Dr. George I Facial ti lie
*d Warba (NDS, 504)101 salvage groups. Chandler advised '"
hippewa (NDS, 501)-:"" 114 of draft exemptions for experienced i Facial Yank ,._-_. ,tae
Miss Triumph Srdi Georgia surgical supplies, three operating farm hands who art* subject Oambiaatise l'aeIalIe
(Cal, 1SSouma FINGERPRINTContinued tables, four cots, sterile bandages, to callIt 'I' II lie
(NDS 523)_iinouma eta There Is an urgent need for was agreed that importation lee '
Mustache Trfas
Maine (Ma)_117 equipment such as dishes, cutleryand of farm laborers from nearby _
ussett Burbank (NDS, 527)_ 71 ( from Page One) urge e kettles for use In the Southern states would be sought
ctbago Maine (S)_ .7'bago meeting on Wednesday night. In cafeteria 11 well. cot'mattresses before petitioning for Bahama la-1 BUSH'S
N. Dakota (NDS 823) 54 the event Of such alert, memberswill and single sheets. Old sheets are bor. There are some 50,000 farm
Least difference necessary fort be notified and are asked to needed for bandages. Stocks of laborers available In the islands,
gniflcance: odds 101-41 bu.I bring one or more persons, not, canned foods and breakfast cereals according to Chandler who following BarberShop
ir acre; odds 00:1-64 bu. per necessarily first alders, to help at. also are needed, she said.I a conference last summer
-re. the station. Important discussions are slated with the Duke of Windsor first OptM) rib' Ball
Each variety has replicated: 3''' Miss Cook warned of the possibility for the next meeting at 1 p. m. suggested their us* as a solution
'!Ie'. Fertilizer was 1,500 IDS.JT of a real alert for which the 1 Wednesday, says Miss Cook, who of the labor problem. ,e ,
: acre of a 4-8-5, 40%" organic station is partially eqlupped with'urges all members to attend. As a result of a meeting last
:trogen, I.O'Jf. MnO. 1 jJ'
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Department, Fargo N. D. I
Southern Seed Company
Inc., Miami, Fla.
Ca-Carter, Savannah Ga.
Ma-Maine, Department of REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS
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ARMY TO TAKEContinued

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( from PaP One) s \
t* transferred to the regular air-
ays division. They have until
"ov. 1 to make their choice.
Consult about fertilizer require- j
In hit' announcement at the em- us your
.0,...* meeting last week, Gen- j

t-al George described Pan AmerUcm ..
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the '
I ments for corning. ''' "
year. '
: Air Ferries as "an organlzaon ," ?. '
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that has created an accorapthment I .
which is going down in 'and short- ,:'i'
military history, and he regretted \ 1 ,, ; Due to government regulation
I'tat it would "-.. to exist: be- '

('"mrgncy ruse of military of the necessity momeoVMore or the ;3. ages of several materials we will not' be able to : , :. .

than a year ago the army .,
extracted with Pan American, Air make ALL of our regular mixtures.. Put.we will: .
J'errtInc... a subsidiary of Pan

,.urpoee merlcan, to Airways ferry }created*nd-leas for* air-the do our best to supply as near as possible what ', :.

aft to the war tone of Africa, In- "
'I la, China and elsewhere. At that :
will need.
'm* Pan American had] heavy you '
-ansport pilots available and the
icUities and personnel for traing -
the ever-Increasing number of :
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