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: October 16, 1942
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00564
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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31-No. 42 .. Homestead, Florida Friday October 16.19-12 Price 6 Cent- I
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. County-Wide Drive To Sign Help







For Farms Meets Expected Failure







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As Base Nears Completion;, ATLANTA WITH DR. ASHE,




;' CAIPSTR-SETS' LET 'DADE COUNTY'' DO ITS OWN' ,NOW CONFIDENT OUTCOME,

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CFORFIRST On Nov. 3 all voter In the state of Florid will be asked to Blood Donors Needed Dismal failure: the farm labor

decide I question that U purely local to Dad County='proposal A to redistrict the county commitsionert' dlitrlcti so'"that' South fen doers ef bleed. U save the County Tuesday and Wednesday
Dade's two district would be merged into one, and Miami Beach life ef Ie".-,....-... Grady bore out the belief of loaf
TIMEConsiderably would be given a separate commissioner's district. The question Mlll, sesi el.Mfc .Md ..... A. agricultural leaders thathe'
of course should have been left to the voters of Dade County L. Mills el rterfcte,Ot,. Chandler-Duke of Windsor plan of
themselves to decide, and this could have been accomplished by aal'he chip has lIMa!.tile Kes importing Bahama negroes t%
-bed passage of local legislation at the last session of 'tbe legislature! ettfc hospital else*.Jgaafeji s.f. make up the shortage of domestiofarm ...;I
of schedule, with provision for a referendum. (*ri.g trees a kidney ailmentNBEMTMS help will have to be put lot* ,;
construction of the army bomber InnrfutMs wW be effect within the next few weekw ,30
base east of Homestead is Bearing The state-wide amendment method, precluded'an opposing I required ON.. phxsie.a la ....,.* Chandler back from a Weeks ,-
completion, according to Capt. campaign, which would have been possible and practical for rest I slated. conference in Atlanta with Bow,
Henry Brooks, resident officer in dents of the agricultural district If the question had properly. been. Aires..wtffinci.iefawl* to man T. Ashe, regional director of
charge of construction. submitted In a county Wide referendum. I asked. to',14 t- to..* with Mr. i the war manpower commission
The base 'will be ready for *c* Th would 'said Wednesday that a definite'
proposed restricting combine In Districts and Mills at Jtf* IMSM tavth, Dtami
cupancy,by army' personnel sooner 5, 75 per cent tf the unincorporated area of Dad*.County, which. aporiaesaipbo fasves even" lit 'I farm labor program for Florid
than expected (aid Capt. Brooks, needs more Instead ClI less representation and administration than Sterile Caper ge lreet toJaekaea wu adopted Tuesday. The exact
'although much work, not essential the municipally administered lftet9pUtan"area. Th* 'single-South ....W,ttww sad : nature of the plan can,pot W., .':,!.i
to its basic operation. . e" iiTsidt 3grltiiiltiirat elrlat aanc"Street 65 per cent of all the county roads and 10 per cent of all the agricultural L I through necessary government
lights were turned on wealth of he county,, which it would seem, would be channels in Washington, he said
for the first time. Wednesday night Impossible for one commissioner to look after,and.represent ads but Its object is to give the grower I
for testing purposes. quately.. C OF C PROTESTS adequate help in time to plant his
Th of soldiers In the
appearance and har.
crops as will as to tend ,
stores and on the streets of Home. South Dad voters will certainly vote against losing 50 percent vest them.
stead In ever-increasing numbers, of their representation on the county commission: Their":only: OPA CEILING ON While In Atlanta Chandler t
hope for killing the amendment to 'III't
Dade
is evidence that the Homestead redistrict County I.hat toh. ,
appointed consultant war'
enough voters throughout the state will realize the injustice of
base I* already occupied to some PERSIAN LIMES commission for the
manpower
not letting a county settle Its own representation matters vote
end
extent by the air forces which will I state of Florida. This not only
.against the
proposal is a matter of principle.
take ever the pilot training operations
gives him recognition for the tire-'
of Pan American Air Fer. Th Dad County districting amendment is.seventh In Its A protest against what In effectIs less and outstanding leadership he
rim on Nov. 1. order on the ballot (voting machine). Vote an emphatic NO. on It.'I a ceiling price of 79 to 80 centsa has given the Dad County and' "
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quarter-box for Florida Persian South Florida IIMhat focused
"Bullets Instead of Biscuits" limes was sent this week to the national attention onh.. farm'
'I Says I B AND .C HOLDERS office of price administration,by; help problem many months ahead
: Mother Giving( Stove to Scrap Drivevage the Redland District Chamber of of time but It also gives him official
SHOULD 'OBTAIN Commerce as the result of a mo- standing when he goes
Ion passed at a meeting of the I knocking at the doors of governmental .
"It win make bullets now Instead 1 I committee for one boy or membership Monday night bureaus for Information or
of biscuits" said one gray- girl from each of the three schools NEW GAS BOOKS The price ceiling adopted for I assistance In canning onh.*
she ranking highest In per capita scrap limes was the average retail price fight
halted Homestead pother as
collection. 1 prevailing during the period Sept. ,Chandler's confidence In, the
donated her old wood-burning The whole district has cooperated Applications renewals of B 28-Oct. 2, which Urn growers and I outcome. of the farm-labor ques-
rang to the school scrap drive this unreservedly in the drive, and C gasoline rationing books (Continued On Page Four) < (Continued on Page Eight)
week. reported E. B. Balckburn .chair- expiring Oct 22 are" being acceptedby
(Continued on Page four! the local rationing board at Its
The state-wide scrap metal cam Navy Seeks Facilities for Blimp Base
office on South Krome avenue.Such .
paign of the schools began Oct Sand 1 I

but State was scheduled Supt. of Public to end Instruction today LOCAL SCHOOLS before Oct.applications 22, It was must pointed be mad out Radio Broadcast in Event of Sponsor

by A. R. of the
_Mttrbem'aecretal'1
t yesterday Coin that English it would announced be extend.* 'MAYSHARE'BIG: 'board, a* books'are invalid after Detailed Information on scaling-day night

j ed for another week. 1 expiration dates:stamped on the I capacity and availability of auditoriums Suggestions for such I merger
i ,*used to cook the boys biscuits FARMPROGRAM cover and must be,returned to the In this area baa been forwarded (r were presented to the chamber of
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t'oa that stove,* '..hi the '-elder171 board within. five days after, that by the Redland District commerce' several months ago by
to the date. Chamber of Commerce to the pub- Walter Weiss on behalf of the association -
scrap
woman : ; Board mentbera.wfll b* at. their lie relations office of the Seventh' and Kent and Brooks
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tt heavy stove I'
whom abe gave >* 'Dfor participation'! ofRo%
but they are an in.the army now,I rand' schools ; South Kiome'.officean. day on Naval District In Miami In re- were named to work out a practical -
aDd Homestead In
V
Thursday,Friday and Saturday of .
and they'll be needing It for bulleti. I scgnse! to an inquiry.received by plan.TRIBUTE
} ." 1 threeyear.vocational! : :agriculture'program ,next week lor the purposeof issuing Secretary Kit'Carson. I
Th,' lame fighting' spirit 'was) eating $148,000 are being" the new' books. Applicants The navy letter, read by Carsonat PAID
must present their 'license plate the regular meeting of the'
evidenced by an 1yearolds, studied sew by County Superintendent
awaiting tall gas'aa air c,d ,who Ja sriess TrWilsonaccord.; registration"certificates and turn chamber Monday night, ltated'thatthl
in their oldbooks'to.reeive' the data is sought in the event LIONS SERVING
gave his to swell jh .
car scrap
e Watching the wrecker.tow.oft'the ins to George N. Wakefield. agriculture new ones. The same.rulings apply some national organization wlshM .,
totals Jnctructori Homestead. to'all 'booki'expiring'et'a later to'sponsor a broadcast for the
>sold'automobile, which: .
} IN s. FORCES
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High date. Those having received
he had bought with his own earn-i supplemental Richmond Naval Air Base. The ,
.lap, his comment was I Three Other 'schools:-Andrew gasoline elsewhere must secretary was Instructed .to comply -
*I Just hope' I 'can deliver the Jackson PC-hoe de Leon and Miami make new applications'! with the with the request -containing! the 1
An honor reD
local board .
old bus personally over Tokio." I Edisotv-Hvould share in the proposed In his letter to the public relations

: plan which,was made by the ",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,",,"' ,,,,,,,,.,"' ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,"' ,,, office, Canon listed the names of Redland District Lions, i
pester'day I agricultural division of the Dade auditoriums at Homestead and now serving In the armed forcesof
BUIlt English public Instruction school system. The Idea is based MBS. DICKINSON JOIN Redland schools and at Camp Red. the United States was presentedwith
commanding general of the Junior on the federal government's plans STAFF OF LEADU land, the government housing unit appropriate remarks by Har-
for expanded farm production and for migratory farm labor.
that participants lathe
Army young The publishers ef the Leader ley Core and Ed Norman of the i.
scrap drive would vote o& greater land use by both city and Plan for the proposed affiliation -
suburban families.. take pleasure hi aaneynnhit tile of the Homestead Retail Merchants club's patriotism committee at
for Victory ship and that
nan a .. ...
addiUea Mary Festers DIe. night's meeting. Arthur
Association with the chamber Tuesday
thee pupils from the state would The proposal was first submitted:
be chosen to attend its launching toh.. county school board lastweek eon to Its staff ae new sod se- have been submitted by F M. Hemmings, J. G. Caldwell and
Traveling will be paid when Superintendent Wil. cletr edgier.nivummnnunuuuuuuunuunuuu. Kent and i, R. Brooks, It was James WoUam, all of whom are
by the American expenses Industries Sal- son was nuthorUed to analyze it ",,,,,! ,,, ,,, , "'11I. shippers present said was the low- (Continued on Page Four)



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Pave Two HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, October 16, 1942 .

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of J. W Calkina la the son of Mr and Mra.
', ,... 'Pfc. Hathaway to Be Roy Campbell, son
r ' < ''Campbell, la now stationed with: Wayne Catkins who are now mak. :
Second Lieutenant
,the U S. Army signal corps in' ing their home In Mlanfl.
s OUR MEN IN SERVICE ; Palestine I . .
l' Key West Oct -Pfc.. James I Pvt. A. J. Mllla of Fort Ben.
.
. "i-t'.. --. ... ... ,'I'W Hathaway of Goulds, who baa 1 One letter has been received I II ning. Ga., and J. M. Millar( o<
been stationed with the United
,from Pvt. Ruther Sullivan since Naples arrived Tuesday for'a
States Army Harbor Defenses of he reached his but In the Paci short visit with Mr. and Mrs. A.
Sgt. Malison Enjoying Tennis, Key West, baa received orders to fic. In writing his parents, Mr. L. Mills.

I'Tech. report at the Army Anti-Aircraft i and Mrs. Dave Sullivan Pvt. Sullivan . .
Tea and Four Daily Meals in England
'.: I i Office Candidate School at Camp. who la with the U. S. Ma- Sgt and Mn. J. F. Hamilton
|Davis, N. C.. where he will
-- I puresue i irinea, Aid that he U eager to letI announce the birth of a seven anda
la V-matI letter to his mother I Florida City) cane over on a three-month course leadingto I I the family know where he la lo- half pound daughter, Gale. Saturday

'I Mrs. R. Million of Florida City,([boat with me, but I haven't seen,tenant.a commission aa second lieu i(eated I but censorship forbids. at theJames Archer Smith

; Tech. Sgt Richard Mattson of the him since arriving . Hospital.
army signal corps write from "! am trying to get a I|I The chevrons :n, _:technicaf ._._._._. .

somewhere In England: I every one here seems to have one.1 Lieut. Crop On Duty j g'ant Have been won by Dukes I Promotion of Wm. O. Boseman,

We arc In England and I'We have nice barracks, but it 'a| In Puerto Rico Base i West, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. former Homestead attorney from t
,; would 't have mINed coming fort i getting pretty chilly here now. Iji I ,'West of Homestead who enlisted private first class to corporal and

anything This la really pretty i am feeling swell and will write)Il Dr. Robert Crow, now a first In the army air forces in 1940. :company clerk has been announcedat
I\ country, and every one treats u.i again soon , ," lieutenant has been transferred to,!Sgt West la personnel sergeant at his station at Camp Rucker

well'You, i'i Sgt Mattson enlisted two )'eanj;, the naval air station In #San Juan,I 1[:major It his outfit at MacDill' Ala.
' are allowed to send me,ago.I Puerto Rico. ,'Field. 'I
) five pounds every two weeks, and I . I Mrs Crow la employed ai eomn''i . Presbyterians to Hear

: I wit:: you would tend a carton ,itcigarettes :,Sgt. Arthur lemmings 1 1I 1 I clerk at Camp Redland, the -migratory .I i I, Pvt. Herman L. Byars has been'! Rev. G. W. Blair Sunday

every week and you I Made Warrant Officer] labor camp, and ls malting confined to the camp hospital at --
,, could put in tome chewing gum i I her home with Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Ft. Bragg.N. C., for the past week The Rev. Garrett W. Blair of
'Yeiterday four of ua went to Arthur Smith until she can join her bus. |due to an old injury to his foot.
, Sgt. Hemmmgs of headquarters \ Miami will fill the pulpit of
( town and played tennis with some band. Pvt. Byars was recently transferred -
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detachment Clf Brooklyn l Homestead Presbyterian Church
> English soldiers. I really enjoyed I|
I It and had '! Army Base, Brooklyn N. Y,,has I from Camp. Standing. i I Sunda/ morning, It was announced
t we tea afterwards
, been appointed warrant officer Capt. Dan C. Kingman I j yesterday.
I I'm getting ao I enjoy tea
ny aa
: well I (Junior grade), effective Oct. II.In I Hurt in Parachute Pfc. Rudolph Young who la stationed Mr. Blair, a member of the staff
r aa any Englishman We have Jump
, four competition with 120 other at Fort Monmouth, N. of the Y M. C. A. in Miaim 1s ,
f meals a day and I only hope ,
has been joined by his wife "
men all of whom had to be above J"j well known In Homestead.
i they don t cut out one of them. Captain Dan C Klngraan will has been making her home
the average in Intelligence to take !
too
s. "I hope to get a pan tomorrow be confined for several weeks .
Pfc Young's parents, Mr. and
the
examination, he made 100% In
, j to go to town and celebrate my the technical examination I the base hospital In Fort Benning|L. A. Young. Mrs. Young left for
birthday, Skeet (Earl Rohrer of suffering from Injuries sustained'Fort Monmouth last Tuesday.If .
.1 points higher than his nearest' rerrrmptCAB :
Iin a parachute t
Jump about ten .
competitor-end he mad 260 out
1 I days ago. His mother, Mra. Ralph
Piche Twins Slated of a possible 178 points In the Kingman left last Thursday to the navy does not achieve Its SERVICEat

For More TrainingThe I general education examination. I visit him there. I goal of more than too recruits
I Warrant Officer Hemmings Is during the month of October it
I the son of Mrs. T. J. Hemmings of will not be the fault of Cecil reasonable rates
Piche twin are going to Goulds. A graduate of Redland Sgt. and Mrs. Aldrich I Johns of Naranja. Johns, who lathe

school again, according to word I I High School, he was inducted Into Are Visited by.Stork son of' Mr. and Mra. M. D.I PHONE 9108 'or 389
.
received by their parents Mr. and the army on Aug IS, IM1.. He Johns, enlisted on Saturday. I
Mra. T. D. Piche. 'I .
will remain at his present duty aa Tech. Sgt. Lewis C. Aldrich Jr.,I ,
HOMESTEAD CAB 8EBTICIF.
Sgt Joe Piche writes that he !I. j
auditor and accountant In the Inspector and Mrs Aldrich are announcingthe Doyle Calkins, former Redland :
leaving March Field Cal., to go general's department at arrival on Oct. 7 of a seven-{I 007, la boilermaker first class mi I II .-O. Mummer, Preav
to Santa Ana where be will bean the New York port of embarkation pound thirteen-ounce daughter,)I the heavy cruiser, U. S. Boise,1
aviation cadet. Hu brother, In Brooklyn. Willadean Maretta.Sgt. I I somewhere in the South Pacific t
Jud, who has been at Westover ,
.
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e Aldrich son of L p.: Aid-' .
yield Mart. has been
transferredto rich of Florida City tot brother1 r'
Corp. Deweese ShiftedTo 1 1
Washington, D. C., where h r
of Mn. W. W. Sever is stationed :
) ,,
will attend the Overseas Station been
Capitol Radio Engineering YnVe
at the Orlando air b.... ,
Institute.

, Both boys soon will have com- Corp. Eldred N. Deweeae has' - GOOD SOLDIERS Tea !

\ pleted two.rears la the army. Joe reached bit new station somewhere , Homestead Cousins .

, enlisted In November B40a. and In the Pacific, according to Meet at Texas: Base!*
_dud the following January. I II word received by his mother
e ', a I Oasie Maney. Staff Sgt Ted Thomas of
e a e Mn.1 Sam Houston Fort
Lt. Cloonan Serves who recently

i As,U. S. Chaplain Sgt. R. B. Schallern to Kelly Field to visit his cousin.,
On ThreeSick Leave Pete Campbell had to telegraph)
home for the letter's address in j

t Fort Adams, K. I, Oct. 1JLJent Staff order to locate hint '
Sgt Riner B. Schallernleft
) Jas. Cloonan, who came to last night to return to his! Sgt Thomas, son of Mrs. Mollie I
the United States from County Thomas, la in the field artillery'
station at the Fort Myers army ,
Olfaly, Ireland 13 years ago, lathe air base after a three-day sick: i and Pvt. Campbell, son of Mr.'
new chaplain of the 10th' and Mrs. A. J. Campbell, la In the:
I leave spent here with his uncle I
Coast Artillery.Ordained : army air force. ,
and aunt Mr. and Mn. Herbert
to the Catholic priest., Hunter of Florida City and other
hood In June, 1(29 Chaplain Cloo-'' relatives in Miami. I READ THE WANT-ADS f
n.n' headed for America three
Sgt. Schallern enlisted In the I
months later. He
was stationed at
army on Oct. 10, 1940 He was
St. Patrick's Church Miami Beach,' graduated from Homestead HighSchool !
Fla. and until he ,
was commissioned
the preceding June. I
in the United States Army Ii I that

Chaplain Corps on Au,. 24, he i ;
had spent all of big clerical Lt. Ferrell Awarded i I HOTELPATRICIA

I, in Florida.He lil'l Cadet Captain Trophy i watiutte 'cltaHtje hovel

was at Homestead parish

the Florida Keys for his first so Ai cadet captain of his gradual-''

.' journ aa a pastor, and for the last Ing class at Luke Field ArULieut I ALL "food toldien" aren't In the army. For that term

two yean was at Palm Beach H, Frank E. Ferrell has been.I 312 S. E. 2nd Are. aptly describes millions of civilians who have accepted war's
,
; attended the chaplain school at :[awarded aa trophy a miniature, inconveniences cheerfully. With. all transportation strained

" Harvard University before Join. ]|streamlined P-38 mounted on a ;, MIAMI to the limit, and buses carrying peak loads, small inconveniences -
" Ing the 10th C A. :|i wooden base with a gold Inscription sometimes occur. We're doing our utmost to make
:r Chaplain Cloonan was born In of his class, name, date and' I
Birr, County Offaly on Oct. 7, 'fI.ld. Lieut Ferrell. who I.'a . Overlooking bay and river., travel as pleasant as possible, and later on travel as yosj
:. i IMS He has made occasional trips I' brother of Mra. S. L. Dickinson : like it will return. ,In the .meantime the war effort come

,1 to Ireland where he ham six sla ''and former resident of Homestead,| Twe blocks from Floater first. And to all .America's "1* soldiers" at home we say,

f ten and four brothers. !If now stationed In Tucson, Ariz.I I Street. sincerely, : "Thanks (for four patient understanding." .

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Mall Address. Stay eventcM to*. 'flakhara ,
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Friday. October 16.1942 HOMESTEAD_ LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pacre Three JJ/ :


and Mrs. H. C. Davis, and both parent Friday and Saturday. I Rev. Robert II. Spear

i; families are making their home Albert Human, Jr., son of Mn. Resigns Pastorate Here

,In the Brodle house on N. W. Flnt Wm. Ewing, was a medical patient -
In and .Around avenue. Sunday and Monday I The Rev..: Robert K. Spearpreached

i I Mrs. Homer Jackson of Redland his farewell sermon

11"I Mrs. Gladys Chaises has returned received medical treatment on; Sunday at the Homestead Church

to her-home in Eustla after Tuesday and Wednesday. of the Naiarene. Mr. Spear, who

Homestead "': ..visit of several weeks with tier Taken suddenly ill on Monday, is spending this week in Braden.

i sister, Mrs. Mollle: Cameron. Mn. F L. Mcllwaln was removedto ton attending the Florida Assembly

James Archer Smith Hospital oj the church, resigned his
"I I FWRllJA CITY where she remained overnight for charge here to accept a position
Tuesday night at the home ol treatment.
Mr. and Mra. H. A. with Pan American Air Ferries,
Ekberg are Mrs. C. W. McEwen. Mrs. Calk-! By WarreM Sev.erFWilliam
expected to return this week to Ins and Mrs. Saunden served Inc.As
their home on Silver Palm drive. I Geo. Fitzpatrick TrainsIn yet, the church has not chosen -
Tuesday
and Wednesday at the Angelint will leave next ,
Mn. Ekbert who hat the Mechanics' School his successor.Local .
spent
I booth In the local postoffice as week for Camp Standing wherebe I
In New York is
JoiningMr.
summer ,
volunteer registrars from the will be inducted.
Ekbert In Chicago for the return Dade Defense George M. Fitzpatrick of Homestead Scouts CompeteIn
County council for
has just entered Pan American .
trip. enrolling farm worken. Mr. and Mrs. J. Nixon and tam Air Ferries' Mechanical Training Swimming. ContestA

Mr. and Mn.-J. D. Redd are expected Miss Sudie Mcllwaln who Uy left Sunday for Milton Fla. School In Miami. During the swlmml.tm from Boy
customarily -
home Sunday from Alk.n.S. next few weeks he will receive Scout Troop 25 of Homestead
her here
spends winter Miss Geraldine Lowe
was a ,
C.. where they have been theguest intensive training before, undertaking competed for the county championship -
will not return but will week-end
ear guest of Mn. M. E-
of relative Point regular duties In the at the Venetian
Pool last
remain In High N. C.. where I Peterson of Key West. maintenance and servicing cf
Friday night The boys were tak.
.
she has been since
early summer. '
A. F, Arthur pod J. M. Vroon of military aircraft( similar to those en to Coral Gables by Roy
Varnadoe
Dave
If now employedat
the which Pan American Air Ferries Chandler .
Tropical Agriculture Association 1 and George N. Wakefield.
Billy Jacobs U employed part the Royal Palm ice plant.
has been flying to Africa
.
at Goulds are expected to return
time at the Homestead Haber-
tomorrow from a business the Middle East and beyond for Taking part in the competitionswere
dashery. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Booker and
trip to Washington, D. C. more than year. Bobby Morgan Billy Dickinson
of Hendertonvllle
family are ex- This school, which is the tint
Calvin
Schmidt, Jack
Mrs. Pat and children Doug
Boatwrlght pected this week for the winter
/ A. Rotherham arrived yesterday of its type established, was designed las, John McLean, Hubert Smith,
Patty and Dixie Lee, have season.A .
from Boston to join his familyat been visiting Mrs. to convert men not engaged Lonnle Home and Sam Biondo.
Boatwlrghtapatents
their home Farmlife in war activities Into air- Other .
on road. i scouts attending Dud.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. were
Camp. quilting party was'held at the plane engine and aircraft mechan-
ley Hill
and Donald Neeley
bell. Mr. and Mn.
Boatwright church Wednesday and I pot.
Tom Hogan, president of the ics. I Permanent
possession of Miami
expect to move next week from luck dinner was enjoyed.Mr. .
Yellow Cab Company In Chicago, their home In Miami to Sanford The period of study provides In. Beach Americian Legion Post No.
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bas returned to spend the winterat tensive Instruction in airplane en.glnes 83 trophy
where Mr. Boatwrlght will be em- and Mrs. L. L. Little and 1 propellers was awarded to Troop
and accessories
his home;In Redland. T. of Coral Gables which for the
'- ployed. daughter of Princeton moved I instruments, welding, sheet metal, third consecutive time won the
Mrs. Charlotte Goff left Wed- Into the Leach house on Palm dope and fabric woodwork and
county Boy Scout championship.
The Rev. and Mrs J. H. Dodson
Monday.
nesday for Pine Bluff, Ark., to avenue tubular construction, as well is In
spent Sunday in Vero Beach where
visit her son and daughter-in-law, the'civll air regulations. I GIVE riCTTRETO
JJUV1ORS
Mr. Dodson spoke to the congregation James Stevens of Chuckalusk.
Mr. and Mn. R. C. Goff, and their jToNORED LOCAL SUNDAY SCHOOL
the Sanford Church of NINA DIAL
children.L. I of spenj Tuesday visiting at the De- I
,God. mere home before reporting at Miss Nine Dyal last week was A picture of Christ was presented -

O. Hall) was brought from i I Camp Standing for Induction. rqade secretary of..the junior class on Sunday morning to the Sunday
Charles Robertson Is now employed aj Stetson University In DeLand school of the Homestead
the hospital Friday to the home
as truck driver on a defense Glenn Schroeder Is employed at van student government head Church of God by Miss Clarice
of his .
daughter, Mrs. M. A. Berg.er
I project in Key West. the Hastings garage. were elected for the current academic Dodson's class of junior boys and
and Is now able to sit In a 1 I girls.
wheel chair At the hospital a year
foot Infection necessitated the amputation Brady Cowan, formerly of Red- Charles Clinton came from Ky Miss Dyal, the daughter of Mr. Benny Kufeldt made the presen.
land is maintenance man for West to spend the week with his'and Mrs. E. J D>'al, Is working tation for the class which:: had
of his left leg below the
knee. Eastern Airlines at a base In At1 1 family here. ''toward a Bachelor of Science degree. -> bought the picture with voluntary

rica Mr. Cowan Is the son of the '_ contributions.

Rev. H.. G..Cowan former pastor Mn. Alma Doxsee of Miami was i-
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Falrle of
of Silver Palm Methodist Church.
a Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Atlanta were guests of their cou.In.1)1' '
i
I R. E. Scott, Sr.
?trtid Mrs' J. A. Smith loirf'Pi
; on Mr.-ant! Reynolds and I

Monday. sons Gene and Joe, spent the Mn. W. F. A. Robertson and

.week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Anne Porterfield were Thurs- f
Miss Mary Jo Close returned to Frank Raymond in Maml. day guests of Mrs. M. Palmer of I
'Miami this morning after a short -- Miami.

visit with her parent, Mr. and : Mn. J. U. Free, Mrs. N. L

Mrs. ''J. E. CJose. Miss Close Is Chambers, Mn. David Frederick, Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Rohrer of''

employed In the traffic divisionof 1,and Mn. Roy Murray are expected Miami were Sunday guests of Mr. I

Southern Bell Telephone Com. home tomorrow from Bradenton and Mn. J. F. Rohrer. I

pany, I where they attended the Florida
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Assembly of the Church of the JAMES ARCHER SMITH .{
Mr. and Mrs.,W. H.' Owens who Nazarene. HOSPITAL; NEWS
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had been living at the D. K. Ritch

apartments while Mr. Owens I J. C. LoU is now employed as A son weighing seven poundswas

worked at the Homestead army air I guard on a yacht In Miami. born to Mr. and Mn. E. B. 1

base, left Wednesday night for 1 Blackburn on Frlda>, Oct. 9, In

Key West where be will be engaged r H. G Thurman; who Is emI James Archer Smith Hospital The '
on. another government'I ployed at Key West spent Sunday- baby has been named E. Bernard.I

project. I I here with Mrs Thurman and their Jr. and will be called Bunny I

I daughter, Jane. /i daughter weighing six pounds

Billy Vonn received a broken thirteen ounces was born to Mr F/RST..Uncle "

leg In 'a fall at 'school Monday The) Rev. and Mrs R. E. Hast and Mn. T. F. Turner of Homestead ', "You Sam !

)TIornln,. X-ray pictures were ings and Mrs. C. F. Waldron on on Monday, Oct 12.

taken Immediately at James Arch. :I Monday afternoon visited Mn. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Adams of This Is the kind of spirit we ell/ must show If we are to keep vital
Smith but Alia Massey at her home pear Hollywood are the parents of a
er Hospital. severe
lines clear for
long distance telephone urgent war calls. Never
1 Oct. 13. Mn
born Tuesday,
welling prevented the break's be., Plinceton. Mrs. Massey has been son
ing set until yesterday. Billy Is bedridden for three and one-half Adams is the former Miss Elldia before have long distance lines been to busy and played to

a son of Mr. and Mn. James C. years. Sage of Goulds. vital a role In our nation's history.

Vann.- Mr. and Mn. 3. S. Hamilton of But war calls are not the only calls. Calls by civilians and
: Mrs. A. S. Rivers and son Sher. Everglade are the parents of a
win, spent several Gays last week daughter, Patricia Gall, who was I non-war bUlin.sses-ca1l1 that are not always necessaryorealso
Mrs. Wayne Calkins I and Mn.
F, W. Saunders of Miami spent in Key West 'with Mn. Riven' born Saturday, Oct. 17. The baby Increasing. The result Is crowding of long distance lines

-_ : brother-in-law and sister Mr. and weighs eight pounds, six ounces. and equipment, threatening war calls with serious delays.
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Mrs. Gotch Kufeldt. Mn. Bob Cassube was a surgical YOU can help avert this threat to vital war communicationsby
'. patient from Tuesday till
beginning now to voluntarily ration use of long distance.
: your
I Mr. and Mrs. Virgil LoU and Thursday
EXPERT I children Dell and Ann, have Roy Wittenwyler of Goulds un- There Is urgent need now for a special effort to avoid male

I moved to Homestead from John- derwent an operation Tuesday. Insj "long haul" calls. The greater the distance you talk the

'son City, ilL They were accompanied D. P. Putnam of Pan AmericanAir 1 greater the possibility of delaying vital war calls, because the
BARBERING I by"Mrs. Lett's parents, Mr. Ferries, Inc., was a surgical
long haul" lines are the most heavily crowded with war business.


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AND ENTERPRISE

j Ie IttlMAIUOKIf. j CAVERNS COMMENT s .

By AGNEW
\ 1 Pobl..... rrld.es .. M..wt.et ..... WEL81311
'by 1M South lIMe ....1olo1... C-...... IN FlORIOl/1 -A

., tdhd'. Moos ... .....tnl..mw
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; .._BEN....ARCHER Sad adh.r rue BANKS or tW to his ta......__. AiUrWibk.. we ='em'awith rI,
THE CM/MXA MIR sales be Agnew *4I M. a. i 1l
: LtACH
AMTIfll. 1 sass SMI. Miami Fta.
MuiMriX lUtorSURBCRIrTION NEAR /ffAIJANNA

; MART rKRRKLL DICKINSON { MI HONFY(() lIYIJ Easy divorce do not seem to be, 1'I
j N..e and society i W TN VMQt/e UMtKOCK confined to Florida in, granting yv

\ CAY*ffS- 257 divorces in a five-hour a**. t

: i RATES f l' NONE or WHICH ,lon of his court a Georgia Judge u

I In Dade vMrOin.W. 111611 HAVE OrIN FUllY affirmed, "We are In a dickens ol s
; y : Dade CxnwMmtf el.. fix"
\ i r < EXAfOREGt MIRE a I''
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o 1 i Entered rim nail nutter AND i 4RN Srl/Yla The cynics hive a new name v )
't Mink.".,,t.oj'II, 111 Mortd it. wader me seat tW offtr M .mlH ( for a certain type of soldiers 0b

I ..., Mane I. ISIS ,I /' CAVIZ'STA7f PYwe.C 'desk soldier. tot
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The LumeBy I tti e 1 7D III DNr 01771O The federal bureau of agriculture a
/ TAN fNGATTitlAcrON visualize a shortage of vegetable c
, I Anal Mihew FKspatrlrk $ for next year, alleging that t

: When I lit by the window and 'N 11I'S colOympS the labor situation, lack of fertilizers s
snap off my light Id tp I shortage In cant and can ;rand (

' The world teem all darkness 1 t 3 : other elements of growingand 0h)
II
, and gloom -- marketing will affect the in.
'
1 I But I miracle happen and over ''dultr,. I have' had private advices 0u)
the wayThere 1 / to the lima effect Cost 0s
I
I appears a oft golden i curbing, parity, ceilings, level anilfloor .
lum. sa have a mighty hard fight

t 1 :when the eternal law of supply and,. II
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It If mad by my neighbor big demand i* encountered. b
even way lamp e e t f

.14 Neither figure nor shape; tho, I I. I'll wager you never beard ot t
4 II,
shown JAV such a thing a* this before: An
It But It give me life for III message is IJ Alabama county commissioner P

.j la clear served for twenty year and never a

"Though you're. lonely, you are I drew his pay. '. b
lI//prCKE'/2$ v
; not alone or e e I
,1 HArE TlIIO C1Ail/ P
This scramble for prize moneyfor
I RQAMA0 AND TWO metal scrap gathering la having 1'1
;
; Vitamin V 8RCQRIlD a
/ its evil a* well a* good results .
Ji 1'1
By Neman E. fray I.l : a fOO-p und anchor waa a
it November CIe nopellla. Magazine county competition. stolen from a Miami towing com b
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Millions of folk there are, or more HOME 1 I "BUUJSTS"Continued Located Just east of the school : pany. e o
Who think a slogan win a war buldings, the huge pile Is constantly -
As if the scandal last December ( from Page One) I being augmented by Junk salvaged It cost quite I bit of money to
FRONT 1s
Were something one would fain se..esss, eeecs me .M Iseseeatee man of the school campaign, who by "scrappers" scouring the beat run tor the office gallus-snapping up Georgia way.Governor To 1r
remember told of Future Farmer trucks country-side In many Instances,
I The letter "V" keep popping In After extending price control : picking up neat pikes of scrap la' says Mr. Wagner, mothers have General Talmadge It cost Attorney af

Like some new brand of vitaminA from a selected list of things-you- borously stacked beside the main been commandeered as truck driv. Arnall. 8503832.:. t

magic pill, a myrtle V buy to cover nearly everythingin highways by school children In I ers by pupils too small' to handle .. ." b
That makes us sure of victory! sight, OPA requests that housewives outlying sections. I the steering wheel A local writer recently laid f

These catchy words,'' 10 trite, so jot down for their own future More than 18 tons of junk win ---..- there were probaby a hundred varieties -

trying information the prices they T be In the scrap pile today accordIng LIMECEILINGContinued of shrubs that were well v
Have lost effect: why keep them are paying now. Most of theresponsibility to estimate of George N. adapted to making a hedge or c

i It flying* for keeping the cost Wakefield, local salvage chairman fence-line but of all give me ara 0)
Why aren't we pitching In and pf living down, says OPA, restswith and Homestead High School ." ( from Page One) lla- it will withstand hot or cold r
working the little woman. I(culture instructor whose 1.1. est price level of the year and weather, has no pest enemy, Iseasily c)

.,I Instead of upping thumbs and Butter, cheese, canned milk, Farmer boys have worked unceasingly I would mean disaster for the Industry trimmed and lend Itself to tIt
smirking flour, potatoes, and a host of at reclaiming the old If not changed. i any height, size or shape besides
Let's man more gun and fill more newly-controlled items will be ',metal I According to state dispatches, f having a range of varieties and Itt Itt
fixed in price at. something closeto 1 Marvin H. Walker, secretary colorings, ,
"i sandbags I I One prize was a 8,000-pound
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1 And put less Va on ladles' handbags their present levels. The idea,I scarifying tool donated by Charles. manager of the Florida Citrus i I

of course, is to stop the sort of'': Cox, which will be credited equal. I Commission, left for Washington Announcement 1* made that anew t
Fooling ha lasted long enough, Inflation that might lead to another I ly to Homestead and Redland yesterday to investigate the possible and separate prison 1* con t
So let'l cut out the funny stuff; post-war depression. schools. effects of the ruling ,templated for Florida' women t,

I And if you really have to spell I Adjustments will be made. The School enthusiasm is at white Price ceilings on grapefruit, oranges prisoners.. For this, many states a
Stop making V* and give 'em L. OPA doesn't want to put stem out heat with Individual thermometers I and tangerines now applyto lave found the cottage plan quite
;t of business. registering room progress in the retail ales, following an order desirable State prisoners now v
Issued by OPA last Friday. This number 1,700 and of these 140 are s
drive said
Work to and I Mr. Blackburn. At
please yourself
; you
: order specifically exempts sales byshippers women.
i develop and strengthen the artistic The much talked-of wage con last report Mrs. Lorraine Moserl III,
I jobbers and auctions.On .
trol Is bothering lots of folks.Don't .
I I room was leading grammar school,
conscience that and
Cling to
fresh the ceiling I I. A Memphis I.
orange new special
worry about It. The plan with 84 cent of the I8Y'thlt
per enrollment I
I I It shall be mentor In times of
;your
la designed to help us through this listed on either the "scrapper the highest retail price during the, the union of Southern tenant J1
,! doubt; you need no other. I* Itt emergency and Is part of the "reporter" honor roll. or I five day from Sept. 28 to Oct. 2, farmers tiled a protest against the P
easy please ;your other self? Retailer have been advised that
Itt movement to import 8,000 Mexi-
t whole anti-Inflation
pattern ofnecessary A first
prize of $100 will be
Try for a day. Begin tomorrow
war-time control I they can use any Cuban grapefruitsales can laborer for handling the a
awarded
,j morning and "This day I will that school collectingmore
say Rent for their ceilings on Floridaand Southern California sugar beet
effectiveIn
control
; live a* becomes a man. I will be now scrap per capita than any
Texas grapefruit Those hand said they could, week's tiL+
some clUes Is being extended other In the county. Second third, crop; on a
filled with good cheer and cour. ling no grapefruit during the period notice, furnish 1400 workers from
to the
cover price fourth, fifth sixth, seventh, enghth
age. I will do what is right I we'' may use the price of theirclOlOI.Y their'area.
will work to the highest I will pay for renting homes and ninth prizes of $75. $ O. $40, "most competitive seller"and a
., apartments In smaller towns. All $30, $23 $20. $13 and $10 respectively -
soul Into
put handgratp.
every I In localities where no grape My family frequently remindsme
rents will be under
brought OPA .
will be given schools winning
very smile, every expression I .I control rents of farm houses 1 fruit wa sold, OPA has established : that I have told that one Innumerable
: Into all work. I will live to even such place In the Bounty com-
my -and new controls are supposedto petition. a retail price ceiling of 10, times, hence it was a ,.
I satisfy my other ..If." You thinkft be fixed at last March rent ) Principal Carl Wagner of Red- cents per grapefruit or the retail 1 treat comfort to point out to themRipley' )1
la easy. Try It for a day.- levels. land er's cost per fruit plus 2% cents, statement that a certain
I Farm Life School
yesterday tr.l'
Elbert Hubbard. whichever I* lower. clown had used the same make-uo
estimated that his school
I scrap
and mimicry for 45 and now b
The scarcity of felt for hats I* pile would assay 35 to 40 ton years

I\1, Bulbs and BugsThe 1 so acute that there a campaign when the two-week campaign TRIBUTEContinued -a son,was A joke taking should up the have Identicalline" equal \.
ends.
to get folks to hunt wild\ rabbits
problem of troublesome tooting with liquor they claim d.
I ; age ,
tt R
Snyder Is
for their fur. the teacher
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bug and Insects on unscreened I rep. ( from Page One) Improve that.Speaking 1I 11'k.
|reaentatlve, says Mr. Wagner and
::1 porches. has commanded the attention In the army, are the first name e e j
I of lighting research worker I The pin to hold down meat the whole school has gone "all out" on the roll of Gen. Eisenhower '
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according: to the Florida Op-, consumption to m pounds per to win the first prize in the Dr.: Guy Otis Brewster, Homestead this 1* the sort of chap he Is: he ] e

: tometrie Association.It I person per week contain no provision r eye, ear, and throat specialist I wlteves In preparedness. When ]
you use an orange yellow light for pet dogs or cats *'. eusly" with small user WhOM -read a paper describing the be was on duty In Panama he entered .!'
bulb on your unscreened porch at I We'll have to share out meat with one-gallon purchasers of kerosene effect of old age disease He : the hospital and asked to 'J

night, you won't be bothered by old Rover. represent warm food and sal*- that one of the Queltlon.1which ,have his appendix removed. When I

Insects a* much a* If the lamp j)I light to lots.. of us. I cause much discussion ;asked If It was giving him trouble :

i* white or bluish white. Women will soon make up two- among medical men who study he replied, "No but some day
Exhaustive tests prove that Insects i! thirds of the war workers in mu. Scrap metal Is rolling .toward: the subject la whether old age is 'It might run ua and put me out of 1
are most attracted to the. sjUlon plants. the mills, but WPB says there I I matter of yean only or of physical action when things were At *o j

brighter clearer light; especially f'I I must be no let-down In our sal condition. Some persons begin 'quiet.," Better keep your eye on 1
bright blue, while orange or I vage efforts. The steel mills are to age at-S3 while other seem that chap. 1 1I
OPA say that kerosene rationIng young at 70, he said. e '
orange red were least attractive. hungry our soldiers impatient I ttnaUJ.
,Is supposed to conserve the "Aging Is a continuous The bureau states thai
process
Red will draw practically no Insects to get more arms for use
scientists tate,rf" Hf C"orti: by cutting down Its against the enemy. and the proportion of aged persons tor 1941 the U S. doubled tenyear i
-not by stopping I .
to youth Is Increasing each year. average gain In population
I people from using It for lightingand I Self Indulgence In youth Is reflected but that we need Dot expect to
One old flatiron provide enough cooking. Southern OPA Ad. I I in age and moderation In keep up that ratio tat im And i
crap metal to make two steel mtninrator Oscar Straus U urging Inthta ] I all thing Is recommended,* said your uncle with the big S la need*
helmets or 30 band grenade storekeeper to "deal gener 'Dr. Brtwster I aj them. too. .

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Analysis of Proposed Amendments broad in the commitment of power 1 IIlllllllllm 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIImmlllll! : Sheffield William Henn Bonnk
authority and functioning, I Belle Myers. Emily Ann Duncan L
I' To Be Voted on Nov. 3 which it would vest direct from and Myrna French . ." },
the constitution in this commission. 20 Years Ago -"I. M. Gorman arrived Thumday t
In this connection, It provides from Morgantown. W. Va. ,
BY ATTORNEY GENERALJ TOM WATSON (1) that management, restoration -"Th. Church of Christ Is }
> conservation and regulation YIlt .60..kA boom we Mass building a church at the corner
The first constitutional amendment Ion In Interest from S to < percent of the birds, game fur bearing bs" bvn rev *l Ik* se.wr of Pine street Just south of the '
fn its order on the ballot down to 3 per cent. . I animals, and fresh water fish kucivita> *Swk ixi>Hi rwHfa>i< H IMM r. It IMS.tk wUlllll public school :
recreate, the present state The amendment If adopted will, of the state, shall be vested in the I .,woos 0-l are eaa mV 11... -"Cecil Ivey returned Sunday ,
board of administration Into stabilize this state's biggest debt i commission; (2) that acquisition, Mrd t.c ; ; from his horn In Georgia. ."
a constitutional body and' provides problem. It will remove gas taxes' establishment, control and management 1 ; 1 nIuniuIIAifiiililtIlOct. 1'Tortytour
that for fifty year after aa an irritant In public affair It of hatcheries ., Oct 1.. UM 1
January 1, 1M3, 2e per gallon of give to the small counties assurance refuges, reservations sanalluartee It 19111"Coun'Ul moat of these '
the total tax levied by state law that their top-heavy debts property now or hereafter ownedor I fixes tax rate for man registered on the general, (
upon petroleum products shall beset will be repaid, and thus opens up I used for such purposes by the year,at 20ft mills. This will produce election book for this precinct up. ..
aside for payment of outstanding for them new avenues of credit I state, shall be vested in the commission about $3,000 more than last to Saturday night when they were .
county or road and bridge district when they need It. It gives to the: ; (3) that fixing ot bag year, mOlt'of It golnt to pay for taken to>> Miami, according to RE. .
bond and certain Other form state road department much more' limits, fixing of open and closed bonds.- , ." Edwards. .' ;
of indebtedness incident to such revenue than It received under the I seasons on a state-wide, regional! _"H. C Harris, wife and son "Mrs. Grace Owens Of Fort '
bond Indebtedness, with a balanceto 1931 plan. Finally It centralizes or local basis la made a power of I arrived this week' from their Lauderdale and J. W. English \
't: be used for public highway purposes authority over this state tax where' the commission; (4) that the power I horn in Tupelo, Mis . proprietor of the Seminole Theatre -
'$ ; vesting In said board the it belongs, in the hands of state to regulate the manner and -"At the Parent-Teacher Association Homestead were married
''JC statutory powers of board of officials The virtues should far: method of taking transporting, meeting the debate on Sunday In Fort Lauderdale and
,',., county commissioner and bond outweigh the vices of the amend. storing and using birds, game, fur Resolved, that a better education left that afternoon for their hon-
l. trustee with regard to such bonds ment in any complete discussion: bearing animals, fresh water fish 1* obtained at the University eymoon. They will visit part of
0 and incidental bond indebtedness of what it will do for the public,' reptiles and amphibians la vestedIn of Hard Knock,than at any other the West Coast, taking In st. ,
;:t' (except the power to levy ad val and what it will cost the taxpayers the commission; (5)) the power Institution -sMYnmg" had the tersburg. Mr*. Owens, before
'W; orem taxes Is specifically withheld to acquire by purchase and gift all Rev C N. Walker and Prof. Bennett her marriage was employed in the
:. ), such tax to be distributed Second AmendmentThe property necessary unseful or on the kfflmatlve and E. A. Broward Grocery store at Fort .
:(', on a three-way basis of area population convenient for the use of the commission Carter and 0. J. Tatham on the Lauderdale. 1
,ns and county contribution to second constitutional in the exercise of its powers negative, the affirmative winning. -"A dance will be given next '
state road construction. amendment in its order on the is conferred upon the commission I The Judge were J. U Burton, Wednesday evening, October 23, !
"i1 It authorizes the board of administration ballot provides in substance that ; (6)) the commission la given 'Miss Aycock and Mr. Drew to celebrate the opening of the
-1r to Issue if the legislature by vote of three-' the power to fix the salary of and -The Kensington Club met new Redd building, adjoining the F
,if. bonds, maturing within refUDdin'l I I fourths of all the members electedto appoint and remove its director with Mr*. H. W. Johnston at Bank of Homestead The Florida
year perod, and each house shall determine that' and the power to fix 'the duties of Palm Villa on Wednesday after City orchestra will furnish the ,
tax anticipation certificate bear-I an emergency exists which requires -. this director; (7)) the commissionIs i noon. . Those present were: music.** t
Ing Interest at not more I an early decision on some I given custodianship, control and Mr. and airs Fred Whitney Mr. -"Mn. W. M. Crow and little ,
, per annum to pay said bonds, and(I constitutional amendment by the disbursement power of the game and MrsNI A. Murphy. Mr. daughter, Marguerite In company :
'\ authorizes surpluses after meeting electors of the state, and amend- fund, which is defined to be the Frank Rat. Mr. and Mrs. T. .A. with Mrs. E. Shrsder of Goulds, j
. bond debt requirements, to be dU'I ment dealing with the subject of fund resulting from the operation I Collins and) son, f Mr. and Mrs. were Miami visitor this week.
> vlded 80%" to the state road department the emergency may be presented of the commission and the administration I I Chas. McCloud and Caw* Belle -"Mis* Jennie Lobdell of Racine !
al ( and 20% to county com-1 I i I to the people, If such proposedamendment of the laws and regulations and Rose Caves." -, mlssloners for road purposes. It is agreed to by three-, pertaining to birds, game Mr.' 'and Mrs. Bryant Sow- Nobles house on Krome avenue \
,It' also authorizes the board of ad.I I fourths vote of all the members' fur bearing animals, fresh water den are the proud parent* of a and will occupy it this winter." 1
-3 ministration to Invest and reinvest I I4t (elected to each house. The legislature fish, reptiles and amphibians. baby girl born Oct. 12. . ." -"J. L, Glass of Hector Supply i:
sinking funds created for said Is given the authority to provide Altogether the power conferred -"The!! principal ot. Rediand Co. has traded his Overland Four
-i bonds of one county. the bonds at the same session of the upon this commission in this proposed Farm Life School, P. Plaits i for a Buick Six.
t'f of another county at 3%' Interest.I I legislature for a ,special electionto constitutional amendment and Mrs. Wilson IIIIC.Mclvor i -"S. M. Alsobrook and Charles
,, In 1929 the Florida Legislaturefirst be held not less than ninety nor may well be found In their application and Miss Bradfield teachers, enjoyed ! Alaobrook returned from Tenne-
split into the so-called big more than one hundred eighty and use as they seem to be a wiener roast at Cutler see Friday afternoon.
I and little county blocs when they day after adjournment.This contemplated in the language of Beach Friday evening. Bathing "Cleveland Lawrence, who we
struggled to divide the income I amendment 1* designed to>> the proposed amendment to embrace was much enjoyed' as was the been on the sick UU for the past
from gasoline taxes to support expedite the process of amending executive, legislative and cold rain by those coming homeon week. Is able to be out and around
$180,000,000 in county road find I I the Florida constitution; It does judicial authority, power and tune I the truck. , Those going again." .
j bridge bond threatened with default not supersede the present method tlonlng. Came and fresh water i were: Eleanor Bauer Eula Campbell WWhtle backing out of the
but only supplements It. Under the fish are, not so different In their P K. Platte, Miss Bradfield. Homestead Garage Tuesday, R. M.
The little counties with an overwhelming present Article XVII an amend hibernations, habitation or living Helen Hawley, Ruth Rapp Alberta Bonitos Inadvertently stepped In
majority of legislative ment after being proposed by resolution habits and requirements. It would McCullough, Nandes Simon An- front of a Buick going north. A*
vote, wanted an equal division of both houses of the leg' seem to make necessary this total nallse Peterson, Elizabeth O'Berry a result, his runabout is now In
of the gas tax. The big county (stature must wilt until the next departure from our recognized and Louise Robertson, Elizabeth Whet the garage for repairs." f
representatives, speaking for 12 general election before it can be established three-branch governmental stone Pearl Hill Hazel Chandler -"Th. boys of the school will {
counties which paid nearly two>- voted upon by the people and, If scheme and usage and the Mildred Hill Tessle Kyle Doris cross bats with the Rediand Farm ,
thirds of the tax wanted more of ;approved at such election, becomesa I merging of these three branchesin Weber Wlllard Hossack Virginia Life team Friday afternoon of i
it applied to their own large debts part of the constitution. Under' their separate functions, powers Hitch, Georgia Allen, Lester this week if It Is not raining aa ,
than the little counties would agreeto. the proposed amendment by a and authority Into one com Rousseau Daniel Lewis, Gorda i usual. The lineup for the Home- (
This fight reached Its peak In I vote of three-fourths of the mem. mission for the purpose of supervising Etherld,.. Herbert Turner Mason stead boys is: Earl Blggers rf.;
1931 and 1933 at the end of which bershlp of the legislature for the and controlling this part of Roberts William Albury, Haw ,Fletcher Bryant 2b; Charles Sin-
time the small counties had entrenched proposal and for the new method our animal specie population ry Lewis Clyde Gossman, V. T. core, c.; Claude Campbell 3b.;
themselves and were able I the proposed amendment can be hardly seems to be justifiable. The Sailing, L. J. Patterson, Lee Jenkins Raleigh Posey. cf.; Allen TlbbltU,
to hold their ground against any i voted upon within ninety days af. checks found to exist in the administration : Henry Behrent, Wiley Cunningham Albert Bradley Ib.;Abner Morgan,
attack. ter adjournment. of government from Zolly Kyle and Lloyd p; William Watson If; Vannle aLea
This political turmoil hal flavored I This is one of the two proposed these three-branch sources, Independently Saul" Harris and Russell Home,
amendments which received the .."'Earl Rohrer celebrated Ms
every legislative session ought not to be disregarded ubstltutes. Abner better known
since that time., To end the unnatural :unqualified and unanimous endorsement and cast aside in these two third birthday last Monday . a. "Pete" Morgan, Is team capaln -
schism, and to take gasoline of the recent convention fields. . Invited were: Martin Bishop Clyde and shortstop. "Red" Tlbiltts :
taxes out of politics the 1941 of the Florida' Bar Associa Bowden Ronald Mead, Jlmmie Is manacer." \
The only argument In favor of -
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legislature and the Holland administration tion. The only possible argument this -"Friday of next week the Literary I
have submitted to the against this amendment is the cost I more proposed concentrated amendment and immediate is the same time licensing and taxing I society will hold its firstprogram
people for their vote In November of a special election for the purpose 'control agency for game and freshwater powers to administer therewith. of the year. . U will !tI
proposed amendment to the state of submitting a proposed i fish regulation. While we The[ proposal contains the vesting consist of the following: Song,
constitution which will "freeze"the amendment to the electorate. This "The Bells" Glee Club jokes
of too much power In the board ;
have and should do all that Is
income from 2 cents of the expense would be rather lnco... proper and possible for the con or comlssiloa . The proposednew I Mary Tower Robert Carter: Vic- I
state gasoline tax for the next quentlal a much needed change servation of our splendid and commission U not even subject trola number Alverda Selby;
fifty :year, to be used only for were to be submitted . Fresh water resources In this game state to budget control by the Spanish song Spanish class; resd.tig .
county road and bridge debts, and Several other states already legislature and the accountability Leona Matthews; and pantomime 1
that fact would seem to
very sug-
after those are paid, for state andcounty have provision for a speedy presentation lest government control subjectto of such a proposed commission to>> Leona Roberta, Ollie Rob-
road construction. of a proposed constitutional a separate executive a separate the people for its administration ertson James Wollam, Stewart I
If adopted, this amendment will amendment to the people Judicial and a separate leglsItive I* mad unresponsive, by setting .bveland. Cyrus Jordan and WIl- t
'leave the inome from 4 cent of for .thelr ratification or rejection. check thereof rather than,, up a constitutional existence that team McDonald."
|he present gas tax for highway ThIrd AmendmentThe government control managed in i cannot be Interfered with by leg.I -"The Needlework Guild of
1 work and set aside 2 cents thereof third constitutional amendment .I one body exercising all three of slatlve control except through appeal America Inc., met with Mrs. E. l'
J'Plyment of county road and In its order on the ballot these functions and having at the of the constitutional author-, A. Froscher last Friday with Mrs.
I bridge bonds. With the amendment it). (Continued on Page Seven) ,
'Jn effect, the surplus of this 2 cent would create a constitutional game I (To be continued) 1
and fresh water fish commission
:tax, left after paying each county'sdebts i
In lieu of the I
present statutoryone
I will be used 80% for state, Am CONDITION
highway which at the outset would oLLia SSUTI m coatroit
i construction, and 20% I SEE AisMtuieesMBtDR.
tlor work on roads. . make the proposed new commission ........ tae to II MS r. M. 1
county
f The tremendous road and bridge I free from direct biennial leg.lalatlv .I Mrs. Arvilla Booth I R. S. SPICKARD "....... act. Urn ass 1

: debt would become In fact a state, control, and s4 It apart I t. aid i Venetian Skating Rink
constitutional board beyond
v debt, supported by a state tax, and as a I "" SJL W. ITU AM* Slug
'Idmlnlstered by state officials,I the session direct of the control legislature.The of the. biennial) CHAINSHome i I DR. C. C..RAY
'lestrlcted. however to the 2 cent, I
.gas tax as the only, taxable re- proposed amendment Is!, I .re new aaeeelaleJ with
ource made liable therefor. CorsetryPrices

i It If hoped that under: this i DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST
mengment, much of the bond
::1ebt can be refunded at a redUCe from ONLY

3.50 13.95 I JU BI.RWYK
i
iI Office Bear: I a. SB. to I .. *

Ivy t I Sewage 1 1111deeed "It

Wry I Satszfeyt .e nwY.'e aasM.as.

.* 410018V 31 N. W. 4th Street w. arms. moos awe"A-wh wow..eFes.
:4 let' Homestead Fla. '" W. W. MTH IT. MIAMI .. e 116e.6.

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I'' MONDAY MUSIC CLUB WILL ENTERTAIN STATE PRESIDENT TO VISIT MRS. CLAYTON SEDGWICK COOPER TELLS
B. P. W. C. THIS EVENING I
AT FEDERATION MEETING IN NOVEMBERPlans Myrtle Wood Sitton of Dayton I REDLAND P.-T. A. OF HER LIFE IN JAPAN'

-- Beach, president of the Florida --

far a district meeting of duet by Mrs. Lloyd Delta and Mrs.BivoWebb. Federation of Business and Professional Interesting highlights on the troduced the executive board and'
the Florida Federation of Music Mrs. Clarence Gray Women's Cubs, will be Japanese character and way of life the room mothers.I
lint gave a piano solo and John guest of honor at a pot-luck din were given by Mr Clayton Sedg-I I Following the meeting, a rccep.
Clubs here the week In November Ruehle played a cornet selection.Mrs. ner given by members of the wick Cooper in her talk on Japanat lion was held for teachers and
were made by the Monday E. H. Gallaher spoke on Homestead B. P. W. C. at the home the opening meeting of the Red- trustees. Mrs. Will Turner, hospitality
Music Club at 1U meetng this "Adaptation of Music to Modern of Mrs. J. F. Hammett, president, land Parenl-Teatrter Association chairman, was assisted by
week at the home of Mr. J. R. Trends." this evening at (.30 o'clock. Wednesday night Mn. Cooper, Mr Ellen Keen and Mr Esther
Rutland. Cake and let cream were served. Other guests of the club will who writes and lectures on Japan, Lambert of the refreshment com
Gladioli, chrysanthemums and Present besides those named were: be Dr. Adele Hampton and President knows and understands the Jan- mittee.
prince'l feather were used In the Mrs. A. M. Logan, Mrs. W. B. Molka Reich of Dade Club, anese temperament because she The executive committee met
decorative scheme Wrought-iron Mill, Mrs. Herman Marks, Mrs. Miami. has lived among the Japanese briefly before the meeting.
floor vanes were filled with tall Wm. MusseU/hlte, Mn C. H. Five members of the Homesteadclub people. 'I I I

yellow and lavender gladioli and I Steffanl, Mr Carl Wagner, Mn. the president, Mr Herbert Trustees and faculty members kits for the station personnel.
a French basket of fuschla-col- I Frank Webb Mrs. S. L. West, Katz, Mn. W. K. Walton, Mrs. T. were presented by Principal Carl is Invited
Every one to
come I
ored baby chrysanthemum and Mn. J.: T. Vann Mn. EM- Collier E. Stadlg and Mr Virgil Lyon, I Wagner, and Mn. A. L. Campbell,I'and to bring a box with sufficient
prlnce'a feather was used a* a I Mn. W, R.: Bird I Sam attended the National BusinessWomen's new president ot the P.-T. A., In- food for two persons. Plans are
centerpiece In the dining room ,I J. Davis, Mrs. R. E. Edwards, Mrs. I Week luncheon of Dade I being made for special entertain-
Corsages of the baby chrysanthemum Geo, M. Frlck. Mn. G. I. Oault, i Club at the Columbus Hotel In MRS. HOWARD JOHNSON i ment and a prominent Miamian
were worn by the host- Mn Frank Hausman, Miss Bertha Miami Wednesday. HEADS W. M. V. CIRCLE I will be the speaker.
eases, Mr. Lewis H. Brandenburg Kill Hausman, Mr Lonnle Hood, The new leader of W. M. U. Circle -
Mrs I. P. McLean Mrs. Mr A. W Hutchinson Mrs. How- The Calendar Four is Mrs. Howard Johnson MAKE WALL HANGINGS

II:. L. Lawrence and Mrs. Rutland. ard Johnson. Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, ----..-..-- I who was elected Oct. 8 at a meet.I AND PAINTED TOTS
Vocal selections enjoyed were a Mrs. W. E. Gaby and Mrs. Gordon Oct. 16-Food demonstration Ing held at the home of Mr R.j| Members of Homestead Home ,
solo by Mrs. T. L. Hodges and a Ivey. nutrition class at Franklin's Grocery by- E. Edwards. Demonstration Club made wall ,
and luncheon Serving with Mn. Johnson are hangings and also painted trays
OPEN HOUSE AT HOME OF MRS. A. A. PAYNE I, home. at Ferreyra : Mr Edwards: co-leader and the I'and dolls under the supervision of

1\ HONORS REV. GEO. H. RICKS AND I I Oct. Anniversary observ.I following chairmen: devotionaland County Agent Eunice Grady at ,
MOTHER ance of Ad Astra Chapter of O. mission study, Mr W. T. the Future Farmer clubhouse Fri
''E. S. McConnell; stewardship, Mn. T, day. .I
Honoring the Rev George H.I I the presentation by the young I I Oct. 17-Woman's Club dance In : D. Plchi, children's home, Mrs.A. .I'(I The.workers Included: Mn. A.
Ricks and his mother. Mrs. John' people of the church of t cake Chamber of Commerce building.Oct. . E. Paul; social, Mrs. D. R'''W. Hutchinson Mrs Lonnie Hood

A. Ricks open house was held by plate andTPTver as a wedding gift )I 19-Social meeting of Junior -'I Snyder; publicity, Mrs. A. D. Mrs. Gordon Ivey, Mrs Jack Polk,
members of the Presbyterian to Mr. and Mrs. Bond Bitting Woman's Club. Smith. Mr,. Carl Anderson, Mrs Paul ,
Auxiliary at the home of Mr A. ]'I whose marriage was a''recent i Oct. 20-Meetings of W. .-. C. S. I Mrs. Smith led the devotloml Reynolds. Mrs.! Geo. N. Wakefield, ; .
A. Payne list Friday night. Mr. e\ent ram circles: Marian Fleitas, all day at I and Mn Edwards presided.The I i Mrs. A. S. Burgreen, Mrs. A. D. ,
Ricks, who preached his closing bright garden flowers and 'native home of Mrs. George Ranson hostess served lime-pie and Smith, Mrs. G. J. Roman Mrs. J.
sermon at the Homestead Presbyterian -* fern. Perk Davis, 3 p. m. with Mrs. A.;I iced tea to the member present: R. Graves and M.... A. M. Logan. i
Church last Sunday will Trays of sandwiches, and cake'S. Moye; Belle Bennett, with Mrs.J. I Mrs. Catherine Pickard. Mrs. Julia I The next meeting will be held I J
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assume the pastorate of North-] and punch were served by the I E. Close; Outlook, 8 p. m. with I Polk, Mr McConnell, .Mn. J. Lee Oct 23 at 9:30: a. m. r (
eastern Presbjterlan Church In hostesses Mrs. J. M. Holf rty, Mrs. Misses Helen and Antoinette Moye. Smith, Mrs. Snyder, Mrs. Gordon
Miami Shores on Oct 18 I|I C. F. Robinson, Mrs. R. Herman,1 Oct. 20-Work meeting of the i Ivey, Mrs. S. H. Fitch, Mrs. T. C.I I, Mrs.. B. M. Hindman will entertain
i Shackleford, Mrs. Johnson and the Homestead Art Club at'
Red end gold zinnia corsages:! Episcopal Auxiliary with Mrs. W.
were presented to Mn Ricks who MRS. IIEIM.EIN IS HEAD I J. Clark. ,Mrs. Smith. 'j her home on N. W. Fifth street on
; will accompany her son to his new OF JUNIOR RED CROSS Oct. 21-Meeting of Homestead -:. Monday, Oct. 26.K .
work and to Mrs. T. L. Hodges Plans for Junior Red Cross P T. A. I SUPPER TO BENEFIT I -

his sister I councils in Homestead and Red-j i I "bet. 21-Meeting of Neighbor FIRST AID STATION ; ;
The rooms were lovely with hood Club with Mr L. H. Klopp. .m.m1.tr tutsanloitst
land schools are being, worked out A box social for the benefit cf
Mrs. J R. Brooks Mr Geo D. by Mr Herman Helnleln, vice-I Oct. 22-Beginning[ of Homestead -I the Redland First Aid post will be .
Ruehle and Mrs. Payne.A chairman of Group One of south P. T. A. membership drive. held at 7:30 next Friday eveningIn I I J A Dime Out of
feature of the evening was Dude County, who recently has Oct. 23-Meetings of Hgme I the Redland Woman's. Club I Every Dollar In I .

... I accepted leadership of Red Cross Demonstration clubs: Homestead,' building. Supper boxes will be "
IIOUSLW4RMINO; SURPRISES work In both schools. Each school 9;30 a. m.; Redland 1:30: p. m. 'I auctioned, and the proceeds used I I U.S.War Bonds
,. 1 MR. AM MRS. GFO. ESTELL !group will elect Its own officers. Oct 23-0. E. S. benefit party to purchase individual tint aid i :
f On Monday hlght a group off I The Redland group l.%\Ireadymaking at the home ot Mrs. J. W. English. I _
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1, friends surprised Mr. and Mrs.Ceo. I fccrapbooks and 'pJ nnln, Oct. 26. -Meeting of HomesteadArt i UJ.1ML J i I'. J -111" + II ., '''' U..LI..UJ.I :
Fttcll with a housewarming to make Thanksgiving andXhrlst- Club at home of Mn. B. M. I

at then new home on Redlond II | mas cards for hospitalized servicemen Hindnvm. I
I road lilfti were brought for tho suwp-Mn. Helnleln.I It will Oct 28-Official visit Rebek-1 f Jack Howard i''
I ( i ah state! presidentOct. DIXIE DRUG
star
IwoInd rrfrcfchmrnts were also in the enrolment cam- Polk ... ;
Johnson
tel vedTh..l I I palQl the first two weeks of No 20-Meeting Jennle Lob-
. and : I doll Circle with Mrs. O. SewellPalmer.
piCMnttre: Mr. vemberwhen members will besought Phones SO and 9101
Mi '. Did, C. WilllMTw Mr. and for the American Junior I
Mi tm. Mcwcr. Mi. and Mrs. Red Cross.A Oct. 28-Rotary Anne night nt i

Uo d Feld Mr. and Mrs. J. E.'l teacher sponsor and mother Rotary Club. R O t
Close, tin Rev. ind Mrs. 0 Sew- assistant will serve at each school. Oct. 30-Redland School carni (

: ell Palmer. Misses Antoinette and Miss Sue Robinson physical edu- val.Oct. / .
.
31
-Junior
Helen! Moye Miss Mary McNeill!cation Instructor at Redland, has Woman's Club t
: Miss Margaret Jean Mustard and been named teacher sponsor there. Halloween Nov. 2 dance. / FULL QUART RlKSR'S PETROfOL .Nand
-Meeting of
Robin Field. I Mrs. Heinlein Is chairman of Homesteal
character education of the Dade Morris.B. P. W. C. at home of Mr Frank 100 fif ASPIRIN TABLETS

1 i HAT REBLACKINGI9 County Council of Parent-Teacher
: STUDIED BY GROUP Associations and served two terms Nov. 4-Meeting of Legion You can buy this tasteless, SOTH FOR t
I us president of Redland P.-T A. Auxiliary. In Legion Hall. odorless lubricant that is
The re-blocking of hats was !
IIon.hablt.forminr'ASD
studied by the Rrdalnd Horn I 9C
Are yea emtlllet U wear a'"target" rD Leonard W. Haskln 1100 dependable quick-act- f
Demonstration Club at Its S
lapel bottom To. -.II.I.e I. In ....... ling Aspirin Tablets.
I work meeting Friday ot all-da'i, are IT you are Investing at rilttn and ......... .,- I I a hI e.ooucnI
I
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of Mrs. A. Brannon. Mrs. t least tea percent .f year la- GLASSESM
i from Miami Instructor f,
was tame In War Bands every It
pay M. B. Hot M, HIM* /.
phase of demonstration ands I day. It's your badge at pa *-....., Alt c..........* I 1II
Miss Eunice Grady county agent trlot..... ... eo......., T.... 'I
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1 Joined the group In the afternoon.A OF MAMESIA RtX-SFl11ER "
covered-dish luncheon was ." ...... ..." ...... . ""'" '' ... .. .. I d, d ,. .... .. ." ..., "d "..""II .. MfIK tttE TEStS tuick ck I ..
ll
A manufactured Iho.Tr, "
served I ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICK A carefully of U,9.P. pea r discomfort relict tO Ill ph' w
rm t+mn Trrrrfrrtr stable p strength. ct headaches due I'
t ti
etc. "'
Redland Road between"Avocado and B'scayne Drives purity and epee, _
GLASSES fog yout money. over- new relict.tb ot3
Pianoforte and ldore Gives
+ TheoryViolin OZ 3 fASLETS 39 "
7.s :S .II
P Xylophone -3T '

': ... ... .. .. ,,,, ,. " . .. ". ".. ,... ..,... Plano-Accordian, ,, ,,,... '''' ''' .."'
WiMake = i iO.eedaes ir ,.

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For Complete] Home Furnishings 1 ASTRINGENT After daytime cream c1eans FACIAL PADS

trigs nee this tingling astrin The modern, convenient
i r nt t* refreili your skin way to
a.1 lalitue die to rye.h SeeSmithGraves Youll Iwo hs lowing effecteaass and refresh
one be bailed. awsIoM -and tendency to lessen oilU your skin. Used
tress during summer weather. ey mot womeneverywhere.
d M.aaadt 6v
k! glom ;

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Dr. II. F.'Stebbins; Furniture Co. 55- t 6 a

Dr. L. W. Stebbins -
Ice (,teas. Meae Daly h oar t
ItSS W, FUgler St, Mlasnlrk a 71" Now
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r. Social Euents ]'j.! ..20......YEARS................AcoI::I I CLASSIFIED ADS 1 .11


(Continued from Page Five) | RATE: TIM Insertion 104 a UM; subsequent liurrtlnn

Katherine L. Wolf president, Mni 1 K a tine .

Froscher, secretary, and others --

present . The 1
yearly meeting
,HOMESTEAD NUTRITION GROUP SHOWS will be held Nov. K in the Worn-] FOR RENT FOR SALEPIANO

WISE FOOD BUDGET AT LOCAL GROCERYA an's Club house, Redland at one,
> o'clock p. nv . Tea will be sery.ed HOUSE for rent In Redland. Fur. for sale $15. Mrs W. E.

by the Guild Mrs. Seymour nlshed. Brooks, Inc. Phone 78-R. ] Watkins, 268 N. E. First avenue.

I demonstration of a moderate I II and butter guava ice cream and Dane having In charge." oUILI() : (pot)
well-balanced food budget Ifmeade. 'I I I
priced -4"h T. Nixon and have UPSTAIRS 35,000 excellent seedbred plants,
I} family apt, furntihed. 123
family of five will be given Members of the class
for a are: Mr.
moved from also full line of budded trees.
the Brooker apartments W. Mowry at., Homestead. Mra.
,this morning at Franklin'i Grocery 'Jack Polk Mrs. Roy Chandler ]
1 to rooms In the Tower D. K. Ritch. (p-oie-23) Roberts Nurseries, Dan M. Roberts -
by the Defense Council'sHomestead Mrs. B. F Collier, Mrs. Ferre'ra.Mfi. I dr.
II apartments prop., E. Epmore
nutrition class under, Charles Gaskell Mrs. S. J. ,I GARAGE apartment, sleeps 4. Hot I (111-02)
:the direction of Mrs. Mabel Rich : Lynch, Mrs. Earl Martin Mrs. "Paul Robinson Is able to be :I and cold water shower, kitchenette -
out I l .
'ardson. The display will be ar- Edith Neill Mrs. Albert Wunder, again after his recent illness. : |7 per week. Mrs. Jot 3-ACRE lime grove, 2 miles from }

ranged and exhibited by Mri. A. Mrs. Payne and Mrs. Katz. -According to a letter reaching .. I Hickson, Naranaja, phone bank bid,. Can be bought reasonable I

''A. Payne and Mrs. Herbert Katz, the office of the city enlneer'l I 578-J-ll. (08-1 Mrs. M. A. Berger N.

members of the class. and auxiliary reports were given. the Mowry street crossing will be I' Krome av'* and 10th at. Homestead -
Following a luncheon atIII! opened within about a month.,r FURNISHED house for rent Set (m-tf)
Circle Two will have
'home of Mrs. Don Ferreyra, diplomas be for November charge, of Work has already been done on I I Li O. Hall at Berger residence, '

will be awarded to those program this section of the track by the I 10th and Krome. (JyStf) HELP WANTED

successfully completing the nutrition Present were: Mrs. H. E. Redln, section gang, and everything Is in I

course. Mrs. Myrick, Mrs S. L. Kendrick, readiness . Under tile agreement I)i FOR SALE
Hours
wanted
WAITRESS rea
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Sr., Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Earl Byrd, the town Is to the 1I I II
The menu of the luncheon, featuring pay r.llro..I1
,I sonable. Redlands Cafe (09)
only home-grown* products Mrs. J. Lee Smith Mrs. Biggers, $500 for the right-of-way and to MY heavy Buick car, 4 fairly good,;

prepared from the standpoint of Mrs. Saunders, Mrs. Irwin Mrs. ,' do all the paving except on the, tires, 2 old tires for spare new WANTEDSMALL
Geo. A. West, Mrs. Emma Wright, crossing itaelt" I
and
nutritious well-balanced
a i I battery, master 8 engine. Make
diet, will include papaya cocktail Mrs. Catherine, Plckard. Mrs. T. "Littl Juanlta Clark enter good farm tractor. Price hero tractor with culterbar

avocado and bell pepper salad, D. Piche, Mrs. J. R. Ch.mbll.I tained her friends Monday in hon. $50. Dan; M. Roberta, Roberta mower attachment Write P. O.

cheese souffle (meat substitute), I Mrs J. C. Vann Mrs. J. T.; Vann, or of her seventh birthday at the Nurseries, E. Epmore dr, Home- Box 501. Homestead Fla. (poll

home-canned beans, squash, rolls Mrs. Ora Frazeur, Mrs T C. horn of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. stead. (o6-n6) I i
Seifert, Mrs. Gerda Freed, Mrs R. S. Clark. After WANTED groves with homes,
.
playing a
I Anna Couch Mrs. E. L. Lawrence number what have you? Wanted to
,
I tWill
' W. M. V. CHANGES DATE of games, punch and cake were WHITE-leghorn hens $1.00 each.
Mrs. T. E. Kirby Mrs. Gordon i trade nice home for a grove.
OF BUSINESS MEETINGThe served. Those present were Ruby Mrs. D K. Ritch. 123 W. Mowry
Ivey Mrs. A. E. Paul Mrs. E. H. I trade gas station and home
Wilson Grace .to Homestead. (pol23)
; date of the W. M. U month Collier Mrs. O. C. Radford. Mrs. Hobson, Thelma II income '100 per month, for
French Pearl <
I! ly business meeting will be Bowen Mrs. J. R. Pope, Mrs. W.. Caves, Effi Whltaker Lue :FORDSON tractor. Runs and grove and home. J. K. Dorn, '
Wilson Julia
Sullivan
I changed from the second Tuesdayto T. McConnell: Mrs. Pete Morgan, Mildred Sullivan I looks like new. Also two discs. 228 Halcyon Are. Phone 2-2463.
Raymond
the second Thursday of Mrs. A. E). Smith Mrs. Howard Ruther Sullivan Wilson Will sell reasonable. Wolfe Auto (s25o23)j
month. It was voted at the meet-l Johnson and Dr. J. E. Donald Co. Homestead.
Wrecking ,
Sullivan
JOhn.tono.1 Lorraine
ing held Tuesday at which Mn./ Mowry Junior I (oStf TUTORING WANTED hl H

, R. E. Edwards, vice-president I Rucker Junior Clark and Len- school and grade school subject

[ presided In the absence of Mrs. S. GERALDINE LOWE HAS wood Williams."* NICE clean lime trees 30c eachin Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. R.

I Ii West BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION -"Th* contest Inaugurated by lots of 50 or more. Mrs C. Plummer drive and Country

' Circle On* had charge of the A birthday party honoring Ger. the Parent-Teachers' associationin W. Camp Bauer drive. Phone Club rosd. _

t program with Mrs. T. T. Bowen aldlne Lowe was given Friday by which prizes were awarded for I]i r 582-M-2. (slltf)

, presiding. "Whatsoever Things her mother. Mrs. Charles Laws of the best composition work for the I I

I Heard Through Bis- Dtselpleswasthe Florida City. month. ended last. Friday and the 'CHRISTMAS vines, rooted; young DR. 1\1. A. BERGER

r topic chosen. The devotionalwas Ice cream, cake and candy were following received rewards for I mango trees and papayas. Mrs.N .

given by Mrs. W. B. Myrick. served. Guests were: Lillian An- their superior work: eighth grade,I .0. Ball 13 N. E. 8th St, Dentist \

tin. M. M. Biggers led in prayer gelinl, Helen Schroeder. Lorena Fred Carnifax f 1; seventh Mary (a7tf) r

and Mrs. Geo. A. West gave a talk I Elizabeth Krome $1; sixth Mildred I First National Bnnk
Conner, fl; fifth. Marian I NOTICE 1'vnrn' FICTITIOUS
on courage. NAME LAW
tide of ale form to-wHl
Mrs, F. N. Irwin spoke on 1. That tIM Samoa and addresses of tIM I Dorsey $.50; fourth Milton Me- Motto to hereby linen that the underSigned 1 Building
publisher, editor managing edits,. andbusiness .. doing kwlnm under the flrtlltouamm
"Learned Through the Mission' managers ant Garrah,' $SO; third John Thompson of TEXACO OAR-B-Q. .. Krom 8:30-4.10

aries' and Mrs. C. E. Saunders, on Puhlbhrr, Hn A_. HoiiMrtvad $,50; second Robert Krom, av*.' H.M.Md. Fla. Intend to rwlMer Office Hours t
Editor Ba Archer.. H__'. Fla. $.25." /the. mid Mme with the clerk fit the. Cw.It tnDJa: by Appelstgtent
"Standing for the Right". Circle I Menacing editor, Marjorl L Kk .Fla.1 Court ed PaM County. Flerida.W. Opals
H__'. Fl. I Eo Rh.5.r.Iki .
B..I._ M.n...... Ben .Arthur, M... II n. H. M... 4. I.U'
LEGAL NOTICES Jorw. L. Archr. H_....... Fla Goodlng Anita and Phyllis Deitz,! -- -- 11
L That the owner let ,lf owned kyeorporatlon a
lu name and aJdraM meet k. Verglnla Neill Billy Gene Carpenter -':

NOTICE Or APPLICATION. FOR stated and alM_Immediately' wmnndir..th.namM Betty Lou Shelley, Sal DO THIS NOW
of itorklioldm
and add .n.
TAX DEED 'Ins or holding on. nee sent or men of total ly Hastings Mary Nickson Ce let slip by Is
Chapter I74M Acta of loss day you
File ;- '* I amount of .tork. If.PI........ ky a cor celia Tomassl, Jackie Phillips, Every rental outlays
NOTICE II HEREBY GIVEN that M. E. Dorallon the mama and addnmi of tin a day whose
Go....... holder of State and County Tax individual owners most b. .lv.n. If own.d Jack Mead. Curtiss Goo ln,. Pino' t J ould apply on' the purchase of
and by a firm. company, or other unlnopr Tomassl and Vesta and Charted s
blued the day
of Certificate I.... A.M D. 1..0.11711 lase, filed some ,n Sirofflm. ..."... ....... Its ..... and ....-. as Lowe. i that Home of Your Own! And
and h.. made appllretton for a tax well a. .heo. of such 1..1..1 member I jv-ncrship Is actually the sum
deed I. b. Mood th.noxt Call Grtlflrato.mbrame .uo' N .I..n.) A
the: fulls l,,, "bed prpertya South Pad Pukllthln' C*.. HomoiMd.Fla of Vie small amont which each
the County of p..... state of Florida I i .| Ban Amber, Marjorla Lrach Archer.Co .,,,, .. . ,. " ,II Jay's sav:ng contributes to tho
awl, B. L. A..hrr. W. n. Hnr.. W. D. Hor. as
IE'Aat
EU of BWV of NW<, Sec I Jeffrey Lumber Co.. How.'tad I. Fla.I; CHURCH NOTICES I O W NA entire purchase price! Let us
Townihlp 14 South. R..... SS Miry A. Asher, E",.... Archer, Key the home you wont
containing t sera more or IM i W t. Fla.I Minnie Uach. Florida Chi. "1'1"1'!' ! ..",",!.,, 'll,,,Itl! ,ll 1 II'I'll, tlltl, t how you
r-t'h. Countr of Dado. State of Fiorina I i Fla. C. A. Haines. Sanford Fla.I tOME to own. We'H arrange terms.
la-wit !,, Peter ..ta... Miami FU : :I H. Fbhrr
The aHcMment of .. property under Phoml'>. Arli.| J. E. McDonald Orlando. Sermon topics at Homestead "
the sold certificate win In the name Fla.I Church of Christ: morning, "The STILING
...... EDWARD
C. M. when,. :1'I S. That the' know bondholders,
tlnWc laid nrtlflcat ckall k* '' ..>_ and other Sorority koldtn owning Christian Racecourse"; evening,
aceordla to law the property deeerlhed or bolding" 1 per sot or mot of totalI "Overthrown In the Wilderness. Agent for American Alllanc REALTOR
therein will I h* mid to the highest. bidder I I I mount ol bondi. _........ or othmurltlia IncarMC i..
lit the Court Houce door on the fins 1 sot I If then ar non*. to al.*.I IFlr Phone 501-J Florida City Fl*.
Monday la the month of December. .t Ftxlaral, Savings and Loan AMO ...
whlek U th* 7th day of -...... ( 1843'1 flux Miami. A. ... ..10..10.. .. Miami O.
Dated this lath day of October E, MrKlmmnr.
E. B. 4. 1 h.. the two paragraphs Mil akcxaalvlni back
Clerk of Circuit I the ...... of the own., at okholdm. -
Dsd. County Florlda.IRy : I! and Mrurlty hold.... If any. .....
Clnnlt Court leal fain not only the Hit of ._.hold." andwrurlty
N C. KTERRFTT D. C I hold.ra aa they appear apes the GROVE LANDS-TRUCK LA! DS-UTY LOTS HOMES
loaf. IS. IS. ID. Hoe 9. mil books of the waipary but aloo, la ale I
I when the ._khnldrr or security holder Health. Prices Were Never So Low-Plenty of Good Valaw
......... al the 0........*. .......... iClrcal.llen appears upon the beaks of the company u
.... RMulred ky Ik* Act of frosts or In any other flddclary relation,
Conrrem .f Angles II ISIS and Mirrkj l the mm* of the pnon or corporation for H. A. CAMERON
.. IN'. whom loch trtut** to .0\1... Ic gives 1 alia
Oft the Homeitead Leader and EnterprU. that. the said two paragraphs. contain
nbllihrd weekly at H......'..... Fla, for I statement .mbrarlnc .lfl...'. full know).
Stale of rlorlda. County of .daand belief aa to the clrcumMancca >ndondlllonc I REAL ESTATE
a'U' : and.
D i under which stockholders
before .... a notary public In and fnr ( Security koloVrc who do not appear upoith HOMESTEAD FLORIDA
the Mai and aunty tfoniald Personally I kook of the company. al tru.tt* bold
appeared Ben Archer, who bovine been stork sea oKorltl In a rapacity ...... I
duly aware according to .... dcpoeM and l, thin that of a bona fid owner; and this ,.rnI a glpa I .w mlillll; 1,011., Opposite Odd Fellow's Billdlng
an that he k the editor of the Homeeteatf .,. has BO reason to ..I...* that ant
Leader and Eiterprlea. and that the other ........ _.. Ieto. or corporalloahai TeL N*. n Established 1526
fcjlewlni latmM, direct or rndlrevt In ucaM i
ta. to the ant of hk knowletlae any Ii
Sao belief, a true statement of the ..... I mark. ......... or other Kurltlia tail. THE NATURAL WAY ,____
ship numir.rm.nt.? of the afornaMuMfaaUen H .. Stated by hiss 1 1Is
forth dite shown In the akov*I BEll AIC'RER.; PublIsh.r.Swam ,
I the and
sties. reaulred ky the Act of Aunrt to and luberribed before ma tall simplest peaiantot way '
ISIS' aa amended ky the Act of Numb .I.IIsar 1 lark day of Otnh. I4STURNERS to regain lost vitality. If you have A
embodied In aeitkv 1ST. foetal Law M A. CAIIERON. Notary Puhlit.My .
and SVrulatlona. printed on the rewa*I _...,...... eartra ...... t. 1t"1 been feeling tired and run-down, The World' News Seen Through
If stubborn aches and pains hive' 'I

mad you miserable, it I is time you! THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR i

discovered what Chiropractic'snatural An f./rYMMHMDtily Nt"" *per

methods can do for you. b Tnuhful-CatMnKtir.-UaU.w tm txiitanala An Timely and IncrractiM. a J lit DailyFMIUTM.

FUNERAL II To....... with due Woolly .....* W SKtfan Mat
Dr. R. J. Elliott
th Monitor Ideal far she HM.TU .
Newspaper
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CHIROPRACTOR I a...... ScIatve Publulilng Soo.trOn

0 j .. Nw way StraM, -. Mumliunno
norms
Price $1100 Y..rIr.00. a 1.4snk '

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2ti\our'Ambulance Serv1c 3 i itAOT Wyoming ky Ap.4blta.tBl j Otn. 4 JJ Cm*.

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Phone 270 Homestead, FJal: riMM In.wBOIIU'I'LUL FLORIDA SAMPLE COPY ON REQUEST

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!Pan Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, October 16, 1942


RUEGG BURIALTOTAKEPLACE THE WEATHEROfficial I Ed's Place Is Pictured I I'Inspectors AppointedTo 1 able.Only

t In Recent Issue of Life Check Prices Here IS local registrations for
weather of the
report I farm labor were reported"up to

J Subtropical Experiment Station, "Ed's Place", Ed Leedikalnln's I noon yesterday by volunteer reg. '
, Homestead, Florida rock show place Just north of Appointment of Inspectors to Istran stationed at the post
I check merchants' ceiling prices on .
Homestead on the federal high office. Approximately three .
IN NEW JERSEYFuneral Date Lt. -: w' ; a.Oct. ./. way, won national notice recently both been merchandise and labor has fourths of these were white per.
129.80.08Oct. announced by the local rationing -
with a photograph and brief de. sons, and a majority Of those were
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2___ 87 10 128.12 0.11 board.
"' crlptlon under "Pictures to the women signing up for pecking
services for Henry Oct. 1_ 17 17// Editor" In Life magazine. If unfamiliar with the law covering house work.

:egg, grove owner and retired Oct. t_ 17 I Above a picture of the.Gargantuan ceiling prices, merchants are One unusual registration was
lo
ndnitrialist were held at the Oct. 6-186 10 129.951Oct. furniture carved of solid rock, advised obtain a copy of the that of a white woman who signed

burner Funeral Home Wednesday '- .---1 II 1 1117 1211.821 Frank L. Nelson of Philadelphia regulations from the office of the up ai an experienced plow hand
nd commitment services wilt be Oct 1 129.961Oct. board at Slims Paint Shop on S. and tractor
: : writes: driver. A one-legged
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== = : Krome
0.25 avenue.
sold at Union City, N. J. 120.041 "Thirty yean ago a small wiry negro, strong In other respects,
Hit wife, Anna, and his brother, Oct. .____1 II 129.98 1.03 Latvian came to America, settled signed for limited work.

'Vnert: Runs of Hohokus, N. J. Oct. 10-\\196 I IS I 0.1' near Miami for his health, de FARMLABOR President Roosevelt's suggestion

,vho arrived last week for I visit,Oct. 11-183 '163 0.8' cided to have a hobby. The result on Monday night that high school
All accompany the body to Union Oct 12-.1 88 12U51 of this Is the strange frozen (Continued from; Page One) labor be pressed Into service to
'. Oct. 13--_, I 17 I 1601 J2U2'IIct
Clt) m meet the present
\ landscape carved out of solid tlon may be measured by the fact emergency
Mr. Ruegf was born In Switzer. Oct. 14.- I a5 I I' 128.a6 blocks of coral rock, which Ed, that he is planting 600 acres of evoked little enthusiasm from Jas.

uid D7 years ago aDd was brought as he Is known locally, quarries potatoes and beans. T. Wilson, county superintendent

'0 toil country by tail parent 54 Acute Illness Is Fatal out of Florida's subsoil coral ledge "Bowman T. Aihe, the regional of public Instruction, it was 'reported

., ten ago. To Mrs. Paul Frank Ray with the sole help of Iron wedges, director of ,the war IIIIDpowercommll.lon. In Miami. ,
He was engaged la the manufac a pick I maul, wooden rollers, a became familiar with Although the loot schools willbe
:ire of silk Patenon, N. J. home-nude derrick seasonal when he governed by Wilson's stand that
Llllie Belle Bay, wife of Paul and his two our poblema
.ut retired fix yean ago and frank Ray and mother of Miss hands. No mere dreamer Ed was actively at the head of the diligent application to lemons is
ought the Connect place on Wilt carves rocking chain Miami Chandler the student's most valuable coW
Eula Ray of the Neva King Coop. that rock, a University of ,
tClngs highway. % er School faculty, died at the 4-ton gate that swings open twin pointed out "I can assure our tributlon to the war effort, xcus-
Here be took an ins M.t; in community James Archer Smith Hospital beds, a bath. growers' that Dr. Ashe U moving .. will be Issued to high school
life and bemne a member pupils kept home In time.of =;
heaven and earth to give us the eraser
Thursday evening after an acute
cf the Lions Club. wo-day Illness. Funeral plans Mission Fund Planned labor we need oa our farms this rent to help with' farm work, reports .
Last he several
spent
year Baker M. Hindman
print-
lav* not Jet been announced.Mrs. As Memorial winter.
Johns to CoplinA
norths at Hopkins Hospital Any farmer who has not made pal of Homestead High School
Ray born la Bowling
In vain effort to hlanealth. was -'
a regain
U. S. Leading growers here bold that
application to the employment
t. Death came Tuesday after Green, Kjr; 82 yean ago. During memorial .fund lor'the late the schools' ,
win turning out to help
he
service for,the labor ;.
.i abort in the James Archer her many yean Of residence here Rev. George Q. Coplin. former '
stay the farm labor1 shortage might be'
need la planting, tending and harvesting -,
at the family home on Avocado
nUh pastor of the Homestead Churchof
Hospital.Funeral should the solution in an emergency1 bar'vest
his crops, do so at
drive she has been active
services held In an Cod la being raised throughout
were problem, when vegetables '
once. If. and whtn the Bahama a
'<). funeral home chapel Wednea worker in the Presbyterian churchof : the state for use la foreign mis labor reservoir la drawn the the fields would spoil without such
.'ay afternoon at 1 o'clock. Mr which she was a member. slon work. The local upon
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congregation aid. In the planting cI cultivating ;,
Importations will be bated on the
Mrs. Ray leaves, besides her
fm. Munelwnrte Is contributing to the Coplin
"Rock ofAges"
sang .
applications'filed with the federal of crops however, they point
to accompaniment played husband nd daughter one sifter I Memorial for the veteran minion out that experienced, day-ln-endn

1. 'r Un. H. Collier. Dr. J. X.ohnstone Mn. A. M. J. Cochran of Marys- ary who served more than thirty employment Bahama agency. not day-out labor only would be
negroes are being prac-
of the First Baptist vme, XI. ,a years on the foreign field. called lot'military service with8ftaln' tical., .
Church His last illness forced Mr. CoP
1 officiated. I forces, 10' the Islands Such urban workers as have
Un. Ruegg plane to remain a Recaps Still Limited lit to resign the pastorate here have a great surplus of labor been tried out on farm In this
evident "of district. and return to his home In Fort
: the
To>> Essential UsersIn I which the Duke Windsor and section have proved disinterestedor
Meade. Since his death there, Chandler planned months ago Inexperienced, according to

Scrap Drive Subject order, to clarify conflicting Mrs.with Coplin relatives has In made her home I I could be made available for farm Harold Kendall Goulds grower
Ind.
Of Rotary Club Talk reports on the recapping of tires, Warsaw work In Florida.In and shipper, who terms the farm'labor
the local rationing board reports I the all-out effort to "keep srortage critical. An-innovation -
that rationing regulations have Therkildson Is Named 'em growing?' in spite of the which may be widely fol.
of talk
Scrap was the topic
lade by three ninth grade speech not been relaxed, and that In Analyst of ResourcesW. drastic shortage of help, women lowed was the employing of foul
order to receive permits for re. Interviewers from the volunteer women as truck and tractor driven
ua pupila before the Bomelte.doW7
Club Wednesday noon foU caps one must be In an essential F. Therklldson, All Florida bureau of the Dade County Defense Wednesday by f,_Co Peters In'
occupation. editor of the Miami Herald, en council manned registration his potato operations at Ooulds.AwetUag .'
owing introductory remarks nude .
An Inmate In the local quota Tuesday was named resources booths at seven*Redland District
If Rotarian Bernard Blackburn,I 111.
1'ielr instructor who la chairman will permit eligible amen to receive analyst of Florida by Nathan post offices on Tuesday and Wed

the Homestead school such reeeps! at one*. Mayo, state director of agriculture. nesday. Very light registrations
scrap with more whites In tome Instances *
ililve promotion. They were Cath-
,In. Shackleford, John McLean Seventh-Day Adventist I For the past few years Mr. and than negroes were report; SANDWICHES
'nd Helen Dent. Mrs. Therklldsoa have been residents I ed from Homestead, Florida City,:
Church Opens Saturday of the' Redland District Naranja, Princeton, Ooulds, Peters DRINKS
Miss Ellen
Mary Dearing a
.oo sang Their home Is the former Sybella I and Perrine post offices. i SHORT ORDERS
with piano accompaniment by
Opening services for the Little I .,
Adrian Jacobs.The Chandler place on Tennessee road There were 27 such booths n-
re. '
Rock Church, Seventh-Day- and Silver Palm drive. sored by the U. S. employment I M
told bow the
speakers scrap ventlst mission at S. E. Mowry ;service as a part of the countywide I

4 I r-avui I to. N. Wakefleld had been and organized his Future by itreet and Second avenue, win beheld I A new method of making cans victory farm drive to roundup DICK'S BAR-B.Q ,
Saturday at 4 o'clock'announces of wood pulp fiber without changing laborers needed for slanting. ,
: milk bails
irmers on a route ,
N,. Wallace, minister of the machines formerly used Registrants were enrolled to workat
TJ. S. 1 Ilk Street
id how parents were bringing *' a
the chufcV' ;for making tin-steel cans, has regular farm wages of $2.25 to i
'ielr children to school In trucksd Homestead Florida
could Elder R. C. Clbbs of Miami win been developed as part of the war $2.80 daily for a day, a week Or
pick-ups so they bring
preach the opening sermon. ;metal saving program. as much time as they are avail
air scrap along too for the grow.g
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Men Bound Over

For Theft of Tires
REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS

Charged with tire theft Donnnoon

and Leroy Wofford, white
Goulds were bound over to the

Iminal court of record Wednes

<,.r I' night by Peace Justice Sid L. 0 0 0

endrick. Bond was set at $100 .

The tires were stolen Sept 11 , ii" ... . ., ,
om the automobile of Hiss Ethel . .

f.trlow while it was parked In ,: Consult us about,your 'f rtilizer- requirements -..- ,. '< t'
cot of a barbecue stand at fed-

r at highway and Avocado drive, .
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here she Is employed. for the coming year. >-",. \{. : ; -

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1 Teed For Medicine Army DispensariesA Bottle Due to government'regulation and'short-- ', .::.':. ,;t':


aH Is being made for medt ages of several materials we will not AWN : ';Tv .-"

w 'ne battles of one-ounce to ....

. -nsaries, announces E. B. Black our regular : .we Vii ::: \ -

'.ira, chairman of the Homestead .
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hool scrap drive. When our do our best to supply :as-near: as' prsiblewhit' -: r. : ;
,v,,;UectIoa of bottles warrants, aa .
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"my truck will call for It,.saM ,

"r. Blackburn. Small cold cream you will need. .
rs also are asked far
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This 1* primarily 'a drive for !

"-etala," be said, "but wt want M.

*3t etee and rags, too. Rag art

wd ta cleaning Machinery! Florida East Coast Fertilizer ,Co.


Loci ... .,... e.famr ., _
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