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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: October 8, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00144
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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I VOLUME XXV .- NO. 41 HOMESTEAD: FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1937 PRICK FIVE CENTS
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C. of C. Board to Meet I Nearly 500 Cars Stand I'

MONUMENT ON With. Phone OfficialA. 'CONTROL OF I Safety Inspection Here ''BACKS


8. district I Nearly five hundred ear and !II
Dooley managerof
KEYTOSHOI! POTATO SCAB 1 track have been Inspected by the C.OFCTOGETFUNDFORFAIR
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\ the Southern Bell Telephone i :I HutaesteiK polio department shun ;

| and Telegraph Co, will meet with I | the annual local safety drive began 'I

the board of directors of the Red- | Mr.Jjy two'sing .Chief, of Fouoei

STORM'S FURY|Iland District Chamber of Commerce i I WORKED OUTi |Homer Sullivan said last night II |! !: j

at 1 p. m. today In the chamber I An vet no chart ha been mad ,
c i ,for the Inspection and th* placing ('
of commerce building here
t i of a "driver's license and safety II i -

,'1 Local Legion Post to Take I Telephone company official recently Here Fuids Acid I war on the windshield of those New President Urges Harmony ;
announced that crankier i Formaldehyde I lean whose lights and brakes pus :,
,1 Part in Dedication I Mercury or I and Unity for
I telephone would be Installed in Ib* tests but Mr. Sullivan said '
'
1. on Nov. 14 Best kit night that he wa consideringrecommending' Strong District
I Homestead If business men her .
I I I --
that a charge bv
would agree to aa increase of 50 The control of potato scab caused -I made after the date of the free inspection .|I Monday nlg+it at 7.M, the first
f First definite Information concerning teat a month In rate. Far from I by infected wed seems to be period which ends next,, program meeting of the Redland

the monument to be unveiled agreeing to such a proposition the more readily obtained on the marl Tuesday, Oct. 1 b. District Improvement Association

.j at Matecumbe on Sunday, chamber of commerce at its last I I soils of Dade County by the use I I linN Its revival and reormnha-/

.: Nov 14. and dedicated to the civilian meeting voted to send a committee of either acid mercury or formaldehyde tion, last Monday night will have
than by the use of other LIONS TO STARTCLOTHING State Senator Ernest H Graham
and veteran who lost their before the state railroad com-
i jI chemicals tested in experiment I and Representatives On, E: Holt
Jive there in the 1935 Labor Dayhurricane mission in a determined effort to I conducted by the Subtropical Experiment and H. E Overt tret t as guest
get present rates, particularly long
I was received by members Station. DRIVEAT2P.M.SUNDAY speakers on the them of how the
distance rates, lowered and rural
of John G. Salley Post American lines extended. I The results of the potato seed i Improvement association and the
I treatment tests carried out at the legislature can co-operate for civic
Legion,,at their regular meeting The meeting today wa called
Station I betterment
Sub-tropical Experiment
Wednesday night In Legion by the chamber president George I :
\ I I farm during* together with t, A* a result of the meeting Monday ,
ball lit. Turner, Jr. at the request of
officials specific recommendation for Assisted by the Boy Scouts of: night George L. Swan I* the
the
According to a tentative program telephone company treatment of seed potatoes are Homestead and Redland committees new president of the association

pent tot Adjutant Wee M O< mo, the monument will be unveiled No. 4, entitled "Treatment ofPotato Club will conduct their annual Stewart remain a* secretary,
by Fay :Marie Parker, one of BY-LAWS DRAWN Tuber foe Control at Dia. canvass foe discarded clothing and and T. J:. Kirby la treasurer Then
the Matecumb civilian survivor ante In Southern Dade County," toy for needy children Sunday I officer were elected immediatelyby ,
Designed by member of the' federal FOR ASSOCIATIONOF which has Just been released. afternoon. Person, what will not board of director elected
art project under tile" directorship George D. Ruehle b the author. I be at home from 1,o'clock until i l without change from a lint !submitted -
; of Wn S, 'Wood, the b... Copies of the report are avail- sundown are request to )leave, [ by John P. Neahey of the
relief carved lit the face of the POTATO MENA able for general distribution and their bundle with MlIhbon.I I 1 old nominating committee, since
monument Itself Willet hi a may b* obtained without charge It th* commute worker swiss I i there have been no meeting at
simple but direct manner the fury from the offices of either County anyone wha has prepared a bundle,[I which I new committee could be
of the hurricane The shaft, built constitution and by-law Agent Charles IL Steffanl or the it eon be taken t* the chamber of i appointed '
of coral rock from the Matecumbe drafted test night for the potato Sub-tropical Experiment Station* commerce: office la Homestead and Director ether than the officer I
QUarry Win rise tome 11 feet abovethe grower association started last oa Waldiirdrtv the (fic, secretary, Mrs. Cart I '
dais directly in front, and in week win be submitted to the TweedeU. will see that It I Ie turned Bobtons.

the center of this dais win bea, membership at a meeting to be over to the LIoM.DfltJolbvUon reyra, Carl Hobson, Curtis E Lee,
large crypt Into which the remain called for T:30 next Thursday night Four Speeding: Cases .f tile clothing will:t[H A. Marsh, J. T. B. McElroy,
of thoM who perished on the keys In the Blue Goose packing houseat Brought Before MayorTwo be made first to needy school child.lFrank'[ Panno and Frank W. Still
and whose bones have been found Gould: reD add then to other deserving man

subsequently, win be interred with I The organization committee ,children The Parent-Teacher The annual meeting, a month
service by the chaplain of Harvey composed of a representative from case of speeding were disposed association of Homestead, Red- overdue, was called! to order by
Seeds Post, Miami, tap by the I eacn grower shipping group met of by Mayor Tom Harris In land and Florida City will have the secretary Mrs. Clna Stewart
Miami drum and bugle corps, and i'at Goulda last night and appointed police court Monday night E. A. supervision of the distribution In who Issued the call when the date
a volley fired by a detachment of work Buchanan of Homestead and Fred their respective communities Toy
a subcommittee to up a constitution for the annual election came and
the naUolllllUard. and by-laws The sub Chapman of Florida City were each collected win be repaired and repainted -,:went without the customary: announcement
The Florida Work Progress Administration committee, which went right to fined five dollar for this alleged by Homestead firemen and call being mad

under the directionof work and finished Its jab that night, violation.The: and distributed at Christmas time. I by the president, W W. Johnston. '
Mr. O. A. Sandquist, field representative will report at a meeting of the cases of Fred Borgardt and : Curtis J- Lee i* general chairman Mr. Johnston failed to attend Monday
of the touthern tone general committee to be held at 1 and Charles,Turner,Jr., also charged of the clothing drive. Chairmanfor nlahMI'. Neafsey later
wa directed by the President to p. m. next Thursday so that a* with speeding, were postponeduntil Homestead 1* T. E Kirby, and I served *s president pro tern until
build the memorial, and, by the much needed revision as possiblemay wxt Monday night (Continued on Page Four) Mr. Swan took charge
first of November it will be flnlsh- be mad before the final draft : The first move of the reorganised -
ed.Mr. presented to the membership New Equipment and Soil for Grounds association, made with the I I
Sandquist it acting a. general of constitution and by-laws la I avowed Intent of restoring harmony f
chairman of the key memorial meeting that Bight 'I Of Grammar School is P.-TJL Project in the district wa passage :

dedication committee, and At the organization meeting r of a resolution to the Dud County
will preside at the dedication.The Thursday night of last week, John'I Putting the playground W the board member and member of the comml1oraakln, that the annual
Homestead Legion poet will W Campbell of Princeton wa Neva King Cooper School In good 'executive committee, said that appropriation for a fair or festival \
fee among the veterans' organizations chosen president and County Agricultural condition with new and replaced WPA aid and school board aid may to be held in the Redland District
taking part and laying Agent C. H. Steffanl,' equipment and a layer of soil and be secured for some of the projects b* turned over to the RcdTand \
wreath on the monument. Theo secretary of the incipient potato i gras over the rocky surface I la the I suggested. District Chamber of Commerce this :,
,/ceremonies will begin at II:45 with grower association The member'l.ot main project to which the Home'' The executive committee will :year '
passing of the,colors of the vet the organization stead P-T A. should give attention I relect Its project or project for the The chamber announced Its Intention
ran*' organization Col. P. 'J. : named by the president this year, according to- the .er at the next meeting, Nov. I. of sponsoring a Redtand
p'Shaughnessy will make the I I program and project committee, M'11I. E. J. Dyat announced that District festival following announcement -
opening address, and two more Principal J, A. Rehwlnkel report. Mr. Sackett will speak on Tam- that promoter of the '",
M Speakers and their titbjects tare New Budget : Occupies dat, *meeting of the executive I Ilies that play together stay to 1937 Dade County Troplcsf Fair '
t Vet to be announced; I : r { Time of City Council I committee of the association Men/j gether" at the general meetingon had asked that they b* allowed the
f The local port "wltt WWt on I day. The program commltte is c Nov. 5. annual appropriation again and
bet 20 dip. m to Llndley De Discussion of the 1937-38 budget composed of Mrs J:. J DyaU Mr that the scene of the fair b* shifted .
I Mrs. Frank Skill
student aidchairman
Carmo Post of Coconut Grove and oftupled pra ticatty the enttr* at. !,Rehwlnkel Theo J. Bleler the! to Miami W. W Johnston,
fouth :Miami poet at!Ice ,Joint}tae wJllIen'of Homestead City council I iRevi.! Milton 3. Sackett. Mrs. Margaret c gave a report of the milk former president of the association,
and food fund and of the WPA
J itallation in the Homestead Legion at its regular session Monday night' Mill and Mr*. Ben Archer : wa also president of the Dade :/
available. She suth-
pall, All members of the Home j Item pj ty president clothing wa County IOIlMaU'aiI Jkuoclulkm
t $vetf ,ftpendttum < j med to tart limit Of lib Needle- i .
lead post are urged to be present. I Ions.Rote each city department, was closely I "The playground equipment, york Guild M that more clothing and he and John L. Scanelli man.lord -
scrutinized before approval. Adop1tlon he said "would cost approximately tty 1937 fair In Redland.
will b* available to* the Underprivileged -:
i o( the budget.! the form of $20(1 and the putting of the tonal1 children of the school( The Association voted also that ,
Joint Meet I
an or<:manC*, now await final court In condition would cot about a committee b* appointed to investigate -
Slated Here for Oct. 19 closing e| the tax books and a*. The clothing and the toy collected the amount and status )
*et mnt offnillgriafficient; to $40.Soa4 sort of walt should b* Bent Sunday bj tha Liea o(, the orgt.ptrationaAs* raised r
1 The.quactrr Jont.in UaI_ ofhe ,pnMU "wv juei 1 foe budget, es-I.built, along the north lid of the Club wilt be stored 14 thtVtbM for' g CMamaaitjr UtldUg on 9* ] 11.
Jotr>*..fe4 RedJsnAtartrict: tMMjOubrffl ,J: pafrnlt tat. till *tctlon s lie, 'wet weather pupd going from On motion of Mrs cf H i5 htorh); ( on Page Four) i
be bald on the evening of Oat of tWJuw school building in I the high school to the cafeteria t Ji* committee voted to have levers I ,
19 In Legion hall Homestead, the the negro section of the city war Would not have to get reeled over the bicycle rick at THE WEATHEIt ** J
{ inevting place of the Rotary Mutt lhatt>4)1'the council f to the their feet wet The gymnaslum both school Mr. H. C. Nichols,
,\ It was announced at the regular county school board. Permit for need a big clock or bell offered lumber for the worfcMr gawiwe OniUI VMtkOT auu.a MS, it.a..t.se t 0* lM w., ;: t t
i 5 meeting of that club 'edraeedaycon. minor. addition: and repair* to The clinic need new or repaired *. J H. Webster suggested
premises went Issued to Roy E. scale, eye, height and weigh hat traffic signs should b* placed Date \Maxfltlnl. sari) Rate
f W. Cecil Watson j f Miami guest Matthew and XI ,RMerbem... chart and various Other turn, it" the entrance af lilt tw4 feaoolsa Oct, .1 U '3 iZU \
t KMtker, gave a brief talk eo conw Granting of a' permJTto MeJbmd 'The music department need a t prevent congestion M the Oct t ..: rrt \21.831| |
unity spirit at the meeting thl Motors, Inc., for the erection of piano repaired and music appreciation ,ways and *h* was appointed ',OCL I ..__ '1'' 11 I I 1.tS
Week. Next week County Solid an automobile washing shed on the record fee primary grade I f the city win do this .. dtt'tf-I'OH! 4 I i* i, fig iso.06|
tor Robert R. Taylor will be tile lot adjoining the Western Vni-m All high school pupil should be The committee voted to Oct. I I IDoi7e136.661! > |
.peak**. President W ,E: Itbeney telegraph ollkewaawlMreU"tat\\gives.* physical. a -as..*tin dollar! of the gasoline cost for each I Oct I I M 11 30.M| Mor
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i ,Pa Two THE LEADER =; ENTERPRISE; Friday, Oct. 8.1937 )


11{ Homestead Grade Mothers to Begin.' A Behind the Scenes ""--11

Glimpse ,
P.-T. Membership Drive Monday '

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ti i Twenty-three grade mother, Gallaher'. room; ).Ir-. R. H. Done,
have been elected this year by the, Mn WIlL J. Geronimo.

.. Homestead High School pupils, Seventh grade, Min Marble William -
and 22 have been chosen by teach *' room: Mr. J. H DodmnMr ,

.; tn of the elementary school *. Bessie I. Kemp.
Their tint project li to conduct Sixth grade Mn. 3 G. Wynni
l the annual P-T A. membership room Mrs. F O. Bullard, Mr T. 41 A I
K drive which starts at I o'clock J. HarrU.

{ Monday morning with a meeting In nfth-rtxth. grade, Mr*. Mary
the clinic room of the Neva King Webb'* room: Mn J. D Borne,
Cooper School Mr Bep Archer Mn T. B. Kirby\
I president of the auMiMtion, will Fifth grade Mra Edna Birds
t,, explain what the KAn. grade room: Mn G. L. Murray \Irl. L.
mother, means aDd give each room J. Pace .
representative a reprint of grade Fifth grade. Mn Hazel FlfMd
mother duties aa toted tat the man- room: Mrs. Elizabeth Fuch. Mrs ism
uel of the National Ceocren of W. E. Rheney 6
Parents and Teachers. Fourth grade. Miss Frances Dor- e 41"ed
Mn C. T. Harper membership oey's room: Mrs Landon Carney, e s r

ehmrmm. will outline plans for M"- B. B: Oetlln, Mrs. C. H. Rice. w V k.A S ,
the drl"e. Third grade Miss Eula Ray's
J (:rude mothers for Homestead mom. Mm F D. Mock Mr- A. D.

Kit. Smith, Mrs. Ceo N Wnkefuld
TwclMi !rich,. Mr Ruth 1.y I IS L Ird-.rond grade', Mrs. Edna ( '
rail'' "11 "'m M19 H I' M .U IIwl 1 u:5nan'a' : room Mrs Russell !
Mfr" C .1 PnrmlI1. II// is'e. :Mrs II bcrt V,('log, Mis : : '
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t El\I itii'lade. MI" J. It n'lt t 111' n'l1old ') ,;: "
1 lu nil a rot "Mis ,J R. D"is('vM .-. n',d-It I iii ,.1.. irli. '.11 ;in,' '-....--:"... p "1I :
': ". CN Little, Mrs J J. Hit, 'd\\I : fI I".m, rh!, H J K,,\' ley, .. _'.......r.:'J' ,,.., ,'Jd' .. ,
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in da. ''1r, J I.. strleklnnd .. ,.' .,,11/./; .

t Eleventh grade, Mm. Thio .T Fit; i' grade. Ml,i Mary J ckon :1' .. ,-..... : '. _" ,.. '<., '' _'f!:;' ," ,
Bleiers Mn T. J. Faust, A. W. Hu(chrtnsonMn $ .
Mn
room: t roons i f --.i.:.. ..,.,, ,, .
Hn J. E Qauxen Ohm, O. .Ruebl, Mn M. B L :olp' _:r:": i _., ( ",.. ;.._i "" IAn

Tenth grade, Mn Margaret Sackett.TO Important phase of the b.bll-Ihe scenes a"ti'ily in i M cl, g....it ant automobile induirry consist of the
Becker room: Mn A. V Arthur i arrival cf raw materials br. 1 r"1 wi:, r !'.m all' r ','r'o's II the a'be.
dt Mri L. L. Field OPEN STUDENT CENTER .. the picture, greet mrsnc'le heists: ;.r.;'.g DCC": > i te'' t--, fii_,ttrtatlirc,aft building a mountain of"pic.l .
Tenth grade, Robert HesS FOR BAPTISTSTallahassee I l-!_o the steamship dock. There er f r v.:: !:/ C:::';:-.::_ 'a lc:- C ;.III"" Grej-Iran Foundry In turning <
1 ter'i room: rJ, F Martin, Mn Chevrolet cylinder blocks.
I Oct. T Baptist
W. K. Walton.
A student at Florida State College
Ninth grade, Mill Emily Jonei TO ENACT TORCH NIGHT
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.f for' Women will witness the opening Florida Savings and Loan Association I
room: Mn. Ben Archer, Mrs. Preston 'I "" '"'
of their new $15000 Itudentcenter Tallahassee, Oct: 7 Annu
B. Bird.
J Ninth grade, E. B. Black near the campus Saturda Increase Assets by $7,443,282 in 8 Months I ceremony of torch night when
October 9.
burn room: Mn William Me- afternoon, I sophomore traditionally pass 01\ i
Michael Mn J. R. Meybem. The new Baptist student center, Washington D: C, Oct 7 -Federal I Loan Insurance Corporation to the freshmen the torch: symbIzlng I
Eighth grade, Mr*. Joseph the third to be erected by a religious laving and loan associations a the college emblem Vires?! i
near the college will $100,000,000 governmental agency- G
Adam room Mn T B. Rue, group In Florida Increased their assets II ,Arles and Mores' will be enacted]
\ Mn. C. H. SteffanU serve a* headquarter for approxUmately from $18490073 to $25933833, I Federal associations In Floridaare Tuesday night, October 12, at 110 I

Eighth grade, Mr. Loll\ John- 179 Baptist ttudent The or $7443282, In the tint eight I located In Bartow Belle Glade, Ida Slate College for Women. Po
eon'* room: Mn A. J. Campbell, building I It a onetory brick months of this year, the Federal : Bradenton Clearwater Clewlston fraying the principal part will bej 4
Mrs. J. S. Horton. structure with basement and contains Home Loan Bank states The reports I I Coral Cable, Dayton Beach, De. members of the sophomore class
t! Seventh grade, Mn Aletha B. I a reception room, office large cover the activities of 50 I I Land, Eustl: Fernandina, Fort while 100 elected freshmen will
t chapel, meditation room, kitchen association on August 31 and 47 : Lauderdale Fort Myers, Fort represent the new student

1 B.Y.P.U. Groups Hold I student secretary quarten, guestroom on J January I, Pierce, Gainesville Hollywood, The event, one of the mo 'I
Quarterly Elections I and a large recreation room. During the tame period, direct : Homestead, Jacksonville, Klsslmee beautiful of the college functic I
Baptist studert from Homestead reduction mortage loans for, Lake City, Lake Wale. : will be held in the college open I
thdi"v1llon; attending Florida State College construction, purchase Lakeland, Leesburg, Marianna air theater. It la built around
I
t Each of of the Incline Miss Louie Long ; Miami Miami
ditioning and reflnancl4:11 Beach New Smyrna, the classical theme of Lamps
B. Y. P. U. of the Flnt Baptist Fitzpatrick, Miss Fern Robertson reeon-I Ocala. Orlando
I ida home Jumped from $ Palatka, Panama dronia, an ancient race held by
e Church of Homestead held a and Miss Alta VannF 551 to $22887800, an City. Punta Gorda, St. Petersburg, the Greeks at the yearly festive !
quarterly election of officers Sun. ----- -- $4952439 A direct reduction'I t Sanford, Sarasota, Tallahassee. of the gods In receiving the
day night at lit regular meeting S, 'C. W. ENROLLMENT loan I* one in which the face value' Tampa, Tavare, Vero Beach, West torch freshmen pledge the
i Mm Valeua Fitch wi elected. NEARS 'ISO MARK of the mortgage Is continually decreased I 1 Palm Beach, Winter Haven, Win tyth upholding the sUnda !
president of the senior union. Otk I
cr c'flier elected by the senior, Tallahassee. Oct. T Fall regls. by HIT monthly paymintalike I ter Park and Lake Worth, of their alma mater.
u rations at Florida State Collegefor rent until the borrower owns
union are: v .preltld'tIt, Francis
1 ti win: secretary, Miss Lucille Women will approach the 1800 his home free of debt. I
mark which represent something Saving Invested In these institutions
West; jfurei\ Mine Juiry Ellfa I I Surveys Maps
this rose during the eight-
brlh Mia of an Increase over same pe-
Kyle oaotl'rll,
; group to the month period from $5,03?110 to I
riod a year ago, according
So Myrtle .loon and Mitt Elizabeth
: M ilwaii: chorister William ML- registrar S. R. Doyle. Lack of $8841393, making $1812483 In I A. R. LIVJREGISTERED ][NGSTONVIL
room to house the students appears new private invested funds SavIngs -
Michael
pianist Miss Christine
o ; Invested In these and all fedI I CI ENGINEER
to be the only factor preventing
Hughes leader Mill Ellen
>, ; quit '
Vann; and octal chairman. Puke continued greater enrollment Peak eral associations in the United Registered Li md Surveyor
West enrollment always: come at the beginning State are protected through insurance -
of the second semester In up to $3000 on each account -i Box IIOS HOMESTEAD, FLA.
The of the Intermediate
new president *
t anuary. A total of 1823 students by the Federal Saving and
I B. Y. P. U. U Harry
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registered during the entire year 1
l Pierce; vlce-prelldent Eldrld Gil. c --i:
Just passed.
I mer; secretary, JeaneMe Camp f
1 bell treasurer, Mary Pierce; group
captain, Carol Walker and Annette Vivid Description
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Campbell; pianist, Mable "He drove straight to his goal Announcement '
Ruth Pope; chorister, Margaret He looked Jwither to the right nor
t Lawrence; and corresponding aee to the lefts but pressed forward,
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I rotary, Llixabeth Hall. moved by a definite purpose
:i \ Officer elected by the Junior Neither friend nor foe could delay I -
.' ; union are: president, Richard Big him, nor turn him from hill course rED SCARBOROUGH
i1 gem; vice-president. Lynn irwin; AU who crossed his path did so at .

,.t secretary and treasurer, Fay their wn peril. What would you
h l Pierce; group captain, Catherine' call stick a man*" "' Auto'.Painter
i Dixon and Lola Pteroe; and pianist,' "A truck driver," shouted one of, Experienced and ;

Mary France Rutland the gradu t* v-Montreal Star. I

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,Oct 8.1937 J ; THE' Pas*-_Three' 4I .

school: vatic,, and be,j* also pip*.I Ted Scarborough Opens CHRISTIAN MKN1 UNION FUNERAL THIS AFT RNOON
NEXTTVEEfSET.: '
''organist lor grid -01 \M..'larger; AutG'Paint Shop HereTed BOARD TO mn MONDAYA I FOB S-YKAX-OLD GIRL

churches of the city. Mr. Norton -
FOR CLEANUP OF "Scarborough who has been meeting of the directors at the funeral 1eI'Vttor Betty L.Pederson. .
of :
U the son the Rev. M. a Morton .
Redland District Christian Men'svnlon three-year-old daughter
employed by local auto paint and
D. O.presiding elder of the
Tampa body repair shops since he came has been called for T JO p. of Mr. and Mrs. vim Otto
district
PALM CEMETERY of .the Florida tContrenOll. to Homestead from Jacksonvillein m. Monday. Oct 11 to discuss plans Pedersen of Peters will be held at
( addition to hue
n June 1(34 this week announces for another general meeting and J p. m. today at Turner Funeral
fabe has uncle and cousin
an that he has lit up in business for supper of the union, it was announced Home with burial following in
who art preacher In the Florida
Freed from mortgage obllgstloni
himself yesterday by the president Miami Memorial Park.
conference
and with I small cub balance Mr Scarborough an experienced Willard M. rifleld. The child died Wednesday m
In addition to leading the cho-
In the treasury, South Dede Cemetery .'t f Jus doll during the ret. Association will forge ahead of the church, Mr. Norton will mechanic for several years I TO HOLD ELECTION: illness.
before coming beret opened a Officers for the Redland District
has
with its hold special meetings for and with
plans to beautify the community .t[
shop at 1 N W. 1'ttJatrea adJoining Ministerial Association wlU be
burial ground at Naranja I young people Bills Service Station. He \
I I elected Monday after a pot-luck
Services will be held each night
Supporting this program, MayorTom I|during the week, except Saturday Is,I brother of John L. Scarborough luncheon meeting of the members
J. Harris has designated by the Buick and Pontiac
j night, at 7:30: o'clock. Each and their wives at the home of the
service -
proclamation the week of Oct 11 to repair expert. Rev. and Mrs C. N. Walker. PALL
will include 21 minute
16 "Cemetery Cleanup Week"wberela ,I a period
all residents of the Red- of singing and other inspiring Local Florists Plan I E
land District features. There will be special I Nov 27-Areme Club bar ,
are urgently request
ed to lend assistance in the task ot music by the choir ensemble, solos, To Double Their CropThe and dinner and upper ,.
Improving the physical condition duets and quartet numbers I Nov. 5 Meeting of Woman's
of Palm Cemetery. The pastor and members of tIM Homestead Flower Gardens!Auxiliary) of St. Johns Episcopal
At I meeting of the board of directors church Invite the co-operation ot will double their flower crop this I I Church.
of fiie association In Home. 'all pastors and church people of winter and put on a Miami representative .

stead city hall Monday afternoon,I'the community. Mrs I. P. McLean announced New Definition
John Martin a pioneer resident, yesterday This Is due,I Teacher: "What are relatives*"
was appointed sexton of the cemetery TROPICO MISS WINS SET: she said, to the tact that Mr. Mc Young Webster: "People that General
at a small monthly salary until I OF DINNER DISHES Lean has resigned from a positionas sleep at your house over night
the annual meeting In May 11)38 Janitor of the Neva King Cooper when they're on a trip.Ex..
He will report directly to Charles! The set of dinner; dishes award. School and will devote all his timeto Public Utilities
3 Caves, association president, and led weekly by Redland Appliance the florist business. I
For results Leader-
will be responsible for care of the I to one of the nersons who have Miss Lou Campbell, daughter of use
grounds as well as the opening and registered at that store, was won I J. W. Campbell of Redland and Enterprise Classified Adlj Homestead Phone IIS-M
closing of graves Extra labor hit Saturday night by Miss Rutti. foster daughter of Mr. and Mrs I '
for funeral will be provided by Hllson of Troplco I R. E. Caves is now assisting Mrs -
the association Another dinner set will be McLean.
As it 1. contrary to the bylawsto awarded at the store tomorrow J. T. Tomerlin has been appointed
levy assessments upon member night It I Ia not necessary for the Janitor in Mr McLean place
Oldest Chevrolet
the board authorized Mrs. W. Ml. winner to be present to get the
Bradley, secretary to cltmUrlze dashes and one registration ft all I RALLY DAY SUNDAY
the membership for small monthly that Is necessary to get one's name' The Rally Day program which
donation to carry on the work bf' "in the pot" for the whole seplee. was U,hav) been given last Sun-
maintenance such contributionsto ot until he wlni I 14 'W tile. Sunday school of the
: be voluntary. OHnmunlty lurch, will Dealer East CoastIN
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The board voted also to Issu' :fie ..... Sunday mate*,

t promptly deed to all OWTH- of
burial plots whose\ title to sue! MICE
J.lnls showed r 1?:w. upon tr.' r 0
i ctti tif th :,.'o'i'ltlo1 A m'ml"1 r > 1t1MINESS 1 !\IMt IN"
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"ti T'= Brad nys ,d. '
.' >vl l: i KE GETTING READY I FOR '1'11Fi.
1''''i t. H\ c" o' .
{ nurt,' as L, o bo"t<* n' cI i ',Sli-l ri a'tufii'br.- h.tr .a..n-rfi; Myr i. .. I PE: ; .*, S W:', o\i L\v' (. \ ltTIE: 'f;.1J! ,.
l w I. ",need ; UK 't lart'rrc-1-v' jrreir ryesio r'rN (" .< ',1 *"I' : ;q. 'fO
=a 1 ta !
*9HjO,) .*"p' '1< '0' P ',1 r', ; : ': .
w r I ) I. !:, ;. ;f ''I
Cows. J.1r hrarite t', ,TI'', '

Eu.henberler|, Mit Ho r |.1\..:. r. I It 1l3fi! :: 1'1'!..::violet Chit ;' .':!Lin; ; )good; fllI'\1! fr i to!'
Mrs C. T.t%' ior, E L In II .1''
I and A. Drog_ lc. : I (the J1.d'lI: : : ; you tan afford to jun't! it( tat: the

end of the season.
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Music to Be FeatureOf 1929 Plymouth Sedan; another cheap one good for

Homestead- Revival I II YOU BUY THE uts&ttttte.i I the season.

The Rev. J J Richards pastor I I 1933 Chevrolet Sedan; no-draft ventilation; new

of Church.the announces Homestead the Methodist beginning r I .Any man's chances of winning are slim paint; good teat covers; new tires; A4 fehapc. ,

of a revival meeting the church I when be places bis money cm unknown razor i
1931 Chevrolet Sedan; new paint; new seat covers
I on Sunday The pastor will do blades Play aafe-shave with Probak Jr..
the preaching product of the world's largest blade maker m ; new tires; motor like new; a real buy and

"Quiet preparations for the meetIng At 4 for 101 this blade Is at.olut.'tope"In t cheap.

have been under way for several Its price class-* doub>e-edga blade that
! weeks," said Mr. Richards "A "blab through the nxvjt stubborn ba.tks 1936 Chevrolet Sport Sedan; new paint; new I

i large chorous choir has been assembled I 'without puller irritation Buy a package of tit tires; good upholstery; motor like new; Fisher I
to be led by the Rev I
I Howren T. Norton, pastor of the I Probsk Jr. from your dealer today!. no-draft ventilation.

l Silver"Mr Palm-Pcrrlne Norton is a young churches.minister I .. 1930 Ford Tudor; good tires; motor perfect. : I

'. with choral unusual organizations.ability as He a leader of PROBAK 1932 Ford V-8 Sedan: motor perfect; paint good;
comes of
, I family of musical aa well as min.I r tires fine; priced right. :
lalerlnl talent. His brother, Marvin J I
Norton, Jr., Is connected with the JUNIOR'BLADESA 1930 Chevrolet Coach; a cheap car at this. price-
;. public schools of Miami as u director ask about it. -

and instructor in public'' UOPbCl ; rut WOIID 'f, MAKIM
.- !-. IAIOUJ: IIAOI ________ i' 1930 Chevrolet Truck; just painted ; food mileage '

vet.

1931 Chevrolet; 157 inch I) W.cab and body; new

Fertilizers Seeds Insecticides ly painted; motor fine; tires good; just what ;

you need';16'start the season with.

-- 1928 CIievrofcM ton Truck; a good glade truck; I

for Fall Crops light; cheap. ,-

1930 Ford Truck; D W flat body; priced to tell.

I 1936 Willys Truck; cab and body; just like new;

We have a fresh supply of Stokes', Simons' priced to sell; a bargain. in a light job.Bird :

dreth's Tomato Se2d. Also Peat Moss, G oand Land


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for thegi, *n4 when you try to
THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE
1 aloe. them fc*- Market they runaway LORI DAf igj M

Published Fridays .l Homestead and hide. Hence you must do
lie, by UM S..itk Dade I your harvesting not only at night
Pabuablmg c.. i but In "the dark of the moon." #
I! furthermore, if it hit oven your

BEN AfcCHKR ._._ Editor custom to keep hogs and teer in
Kkiture, don't it with
I a wire try
C MARJORIE LEACH: ARCHER
MMe.... Cdltor bullfrogs. They Jump against the
.. I wire sad hurt their note
I Taking Its cue tmm the Sunday
:Entered n sees o& elate mall
(.alter Maw I MU. ai the vest j supplements., the Florida bulletin
even find room for a dash of sex
attire at mel4. Florid. wider
tilt a* ., Man, .. IMf.MB. appeal One of the illustrations itt
picture of a girl who could easily
have qualified at Mitt Palm Beach
PRICE, *US A TEAR
: The alluring Juts is holding up
t"" I two monster Bullfrogs by the hind

:, Ain't It Fine Today? legs In w(iat.appears to be a horribly
uncomfortable position
Sure this world is full oftrouble The booklet on bullfrog culture
Iuin'taid''ltelnt. probably was intended at a bulletin et'M /
-' I\erdl' I've had enough, and double to end bulletin, but If It
r i Reason for complaint: doein't. have that salutary effect
Rain and' storm have come to fret one hopes that It at least will be
me. used as a model for official publications -
Skies were often gray; ewywhei Bulletins on
Thorns and bramble have tenet the feeding of calve would be
m. immeasurably more attractive if
On the road, but say a recipe were Included for making CM AND rco a ui
Ain't It fin today! grapefruit salad out of calves' liver. TOWEL JAW OF MOMS
And if each issue of the Congressional I
If today that I am Uvln', Record were embellishedwith
Not a month ago. a four-color portrait of an Atlantic -i I TLO&tDAMASJVDOM- NO ONEWOWFO&MOMY

liavln', Icwin', takln', glvln', City bathing beauty, moat of; .
An time wills it so. u* would turn to that publication \
{ Yesterday a cloud of sorrow I with a deeper tense" of apprecia THE
Fall somas the way; tion. I. I
i It may rain again tomorrow ,f OP SXIJA ( .. J I
It may rain but My,
Ain't It fine today! LIONS DRIVEContinued lowr
.Douglai Malloch. w

NEAgfT.ifMAC'
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A Bulletin to End ( t'rom Page One) ,
Bulletins are: C. L. Lawrence, Dr. B. E. Gat- el i
i lin (who will eanvaaa the business 1

(Country Gentleman Sept., 1837): houses Saturday), A D. Smith H. Ml MerrMMenorcsu
O. Thurman and J. G
Wynn. -
uses svsu/s
From the state department of agrkulture
Chairman of the committee to St yNi M/Regf.
In Florida'comes a magnificent canvas be rural sections la Wil- .
eighty-page booklet on mar H. Caar. His fellow worker -----" "
; R. There ia a place in Florida" where no one separately. In the machine shops alecks .
mill and frog ranching which are: Cooper Hayes, H Done, W
should put to shame the witters of P. Caah. John P. Neafey, cad T. receives money for his labor. It 14 in the plant, green hjcmsea and gardens, the irodc '
all ur.er agricultural bulletins. E. Dodcl. KORESHAN COLONY at Estero on the era receive on pay but ara-jriven their r.
Printed MI Calendered paper'an4 Wm. J. Oeronlmo town marshal Tamiaml trail 14 miles from Fort Myers. daily bread. When a newcomer joins UM jcolory !
with ..cover in color, the frog bul- Of Florida City although not a Here, in a setting of great natural biauty, he contributes his kbyr and all oC ,'
letin bits intriguing aa a Ceok's member of the ehib haa been asked one finds quaint comfortable homes hid his possessions and in returrr he'recelwa s- '
travel folder and reads like fiction, to serve at chalrmanf r Florida den among giant trees and large clumpsof home, ample food and all other necessities j,
thouiilll we hope It Isn't City because of.familiarity with bamboo. In these rustic houses dwell i cf life as long as ha lives. Everyone eeeml! IT

Thumbing through Its page one the citizenship. and conditions the Koreehans, a religious tect The mn I 1 happy nod appears quite oblivious to the 4 I
then.Committee
quickly learns that the bullfrog, and. women are strictly celibate and nil live tumult of the outside world.
far from being the prosaic citizen for the drive were -- .,
most of us had supposed I I. a fellow announced at the weekly meetingof -- f
r bulletin speaks rhapsodically of his the den on Silver Palm drive Pace, Mrs. F. D. Mock, Mrs. Tom of the district" be said. "If'i' A. O. Cain announced yes
"gorgeously luminous eyes" More. at which J. N. Lummus, countytax Harris, Mrs. R. H. Done, Mrs. A. we ire a united district, we will Jtertt over the common belief that a assessor, was the guest speaker. W. Hutchinson, Mrs. Geo. Murray be listened to by the powers that, "All troop committeemen and
frog'n voice la "like Ube roar of t Beading by Marie Basher Mrs. Bessie Kemp and Mrs. A. D. be and we will be recognizes: a*I parents of lCOullln the H,...ntitfJdi
distant bull" is quite, quite wrong.The and solos by Stanley Wittkop, Smith.At the backbone of this county. No i troop are earnestly requested to -'
t t state of Florida officially,. Homestead tenor with piano accompaniment a meeting of the budget committee longer would we be treated tike| attend this meeting," Mr. Cain '
tests that we llaten more closelyand by Mrs Wittkop Tuesday morning the chair- tcggars and paupers when we I I said. W. Cecil Watson" a mem-twill -
note the musical tone. completed the program. man, Mrs. H. F. McDanlel appointed I to to Miami asking for what u i her Of the Dade County Coundl, ,
The bulletin doe admit how- Mrs. tandon Carney Mrs. E. rightfully our due." also be present and both he '
erev- -In its chapter on frog ranchIng J. Dyal and lam J. S. Horton to Following a talk by Miles Ven- land Mr. Macfarlane will make
in Japan--that the untutored NE\V EQUIPMENTContinued arrange for putting oa a play. I'Itrert qf Miami, the association short talk ,' '
ceuirtry people of that Island empire i dopte da resolution to go on refwd -
were practically petrified b* < M favoring the bus tranipdrUitlon JAVIMHINO FOOL HOURS J
the bullfrog's voice when he was ( From PIle One) : HD1A. for 1UPi1l within the. lwi>-; NO WTROM I '1'0' \
tint Introduced there a few yean ear u4 to take five or six mem- Mile Iinltbcrv: daagetout sane
ago. They thought his ben of the association to the schoolof dillons exl'. The Ifomestead swimming pool _.
tones were thoee of a instruction In Miami High (Continued From Pan One) will be open from 3 to 6 p. m. sally 't
promptly surrounded IIPutchral// School Wednesday of next weekl, datloa and used as the fair groundsthe until such time as the weather .
armed with religious "" Mrs.. W. E. Rheney was appointedto past two year It was the 111 t'n:, and the public patronage createa ,
day however "millions of bull-1' arrange for transportation for sentiment of the merobers that due: TO nIT LOCAL TKOOTA. cemand for longer hours Manager '
,I frogs are croaking In Japan" and, all who will attend. to the fact the fund Bad been In* Tell Bleler announced ye* 3tLrdav.
although the bulletin doesn't say j The committee voted, alto to active for two years and DO interest S. Macfarlane, Grout execu- 's
.... one assumes that the people are send two delegate to the regional had been paid on certificate.. the of the Dade County Council l ---- -----
1 new .teas afraid of them than of the 'conference in Went Mm Beach on holder desiring it shquld be allowed Do-; Scouts of America, will meet [Want Ads Pay-Try Them
RiMsiim Army. I II I''Nov. X and several other members to withdraw their money. with homestead Troop 23 at 7 ,
I Useful bill of Information pop! agreed to go at their own expense. It was agreed, however that the .
.. nut lit ;you from almost every page I I Twenty-three of the twenty- committee should make It plain' .
of the bullfrog booklet You can i 'six executive committee memberswere that the organization had no intention ;
. make a pineapple salad out of frog' present Mrs. Landon Carney, of abandoning Its original :I : Potato
J logs, at It your tastea dont run 10'Babuls I Mrs. Rbraey, Mr*. Nichols, Mrs.C. plans for a community building i Growers 1
you can have bullfrog pit Vi 1. Parman, Mr. Co. D. and would welcome any subscriptions I
bullfrog chop suey or frog leg au < Mrs. Preston a $lrd. Mrs. Ruehle'j I allowed to stand In the fun-l .
1 ", U". You can turn a frog's hide'i Mrs. Steftanl& tin. C,.T. After taking the chair: Mr. Swan i i
Into u pot of glue or tan It and I Mrs C H. RlJt/TSft-a./ Mrs. Ftomlrad the members that the 1 You want quality potatoes, so start right, .Ceti I j
1, make yourself a lovely purse. But I| Paul Reynolds, Mrs. J C. Vann.Mrs. 'organization would again bccbnt in on the ground'floor. Quality begins with the
If you plan to take up bullfrog, A. F. Arthur, Mrs. Webster the live and militant associationthat ,
. nothing don't think for a minute' M.... J. S. Horton.'Mn. & L. West It wit before being relegated '.fertilizer you use.
,J that It will be a life of ease Frogs,' Mrs. Drat Mrs H P McDanlel to the status of a dummy wigtnUation. I
even though domesticated are un. Mill Mable Williams, Mrs. Archer .
appreciative of all you have done-1' I and Mr. 'RehwmkeL Grade "fur Ant Job will be to stings Investigate the merits of a good fertilizer and

,; r know! why we can consistently say,


Ir'Ii; f MONKEY TPOPICAiU r- JUNGLE HARRY'S' WELDING, SHOP .II.III".DCETO" COMPARE RESULTS WITH ,

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MONKEY Naco FcrtHizcrs:

..EIN Portable Electric and Acetylene. Welding a* Cylinder Blocks
Cylinder IIeadAlnanInnm ['.....** and Betters, !
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Aetantollre Market R.....,... '-CalH.r !. garages m toahl I f' NITRATE AGENCIES. COMPANY )

.. 11* bearing pouring sad all............... taaneeUnr. red amirbu' i i CARL.F. WAKXElC Agent ." ''

(with this IMl ISO and bares and e/Bader ...... : q tf, .,
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FLORIDA CITY //1 Efficient I Ir
..... .f. w. mover,. ,..,,,.,: .w Cooling System

In and Around -...._............'..__. ._'..'..,

Mr and Mrs Edward SUWn .
felt Tuesday toe a eM-aaoAtai vial t ;

Homestead I ta Detroit.

Mrs. K Prewtt who ha* bet
visiting the past few weeks at the
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ill! '"
name'd her parent. Mr. and Mn.
T. B. Grantham underwent a Pawely1 Island 8. c. during the W. t. Willis returned to her be*aIn
major operation at the Jackson luiiiiimMits Julia Benton whobad Miami SatuntayMr .
Memorial hospital In Miami.Tues been visiting her mother Mrs.
dayand his condition la amid to t B. Benton, In NcwMn,, Qa. sad Mrs. L M. Chadick el t f
be orttkatMr returned with her Miami went week-end guests ot
Mr. and Mr*. Roy Chandler

*. A. W. McVtcker of Princeton Kmnajane. small daughter elMr
to recovering from Injuries received .and Mrs. Green Rives,ia recwr- The Lsxiie1 Aid ef the Comma
In an automobile accident wing from an attack of bmwtiUi nit Qwrch. met at the home *f thBev
at Juper when she and her tour C G. Nelson la Medians
grandchildren were returning Mrs. Grady Ftp wa takes to Wednesday afternoon. t h
from a visit ta Atlanta. The ..ed.cIe the lIMe County hospital Wcdbeedny -
waa the result of a bto r-e.t
lor I ItIieaIi! IreataMt Mr.,and Mr*. C S. Ff ullip masstwo
Both of Mr*. MeVfckcr'a aims "
children aee expected ta ar
war, broken and she suffered internal Smith tire''
Wallace at Seaboard rift this week teem MtsaiaslpplThey .
Injuries but the children
fathead office la Miami, WM lathe will occupy the Oiapauibouea
were uninjured Mrs .
MCVlckel"1 I city this week em buetaet on Tenth street this whites.
was taken to a
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and a low day later
to Princeton on I stretcher i A. & XeIJe- was la Mr*. Prank Stalling of South Ml The BOW.T cool wear.Kfc*pranwe tfcrout tfc.Chevrolet ...h......-1;
,Homestead this week In the Inter. .m1'lalt.ed relative here Wed'1 gain boWeeeed riding It all sn&ine... Forced through the cylinder W,ck>
Miss Jenlce River returned laitweek eats of the Central of Georgia rail. necday. ,water jacket,which Mm at a pressure reservoir, tile water" spurts through,
road. into supper aciulM againd the exhaust valve wets and vicinity: the points ifikighMt '
from a ilx-wtek visit la 1 WM eoaetntration. spark plus are eooltd by special water r.m.-
Mr.and Mrs. 0II.. Bakee Jr.. I ,
Oberon North Dakota, aa the guestof !I ,..../ cloM to and around th*threaded portionscea th*pluct. The ikett**k< ..
Mr*. C. H. Geranaon and family J. H. Hatcher of Miami made a who recently rented the Lead: skews the the water takes =system Insetshows h sr
trip to Homestead this week for ,|I bun'RIoon Palm avenue, are I ;,the water= against exhaust valve K special coppersweai
I the Atlantic Coast Line railroad spending with relative the week In Jacksonville''j -

E. It Hiner left for Aihevllle by -
airplane Monday when notified Mr. and Mrs. Walter House left I I U--:
.Wednesday for Cordele Ga.,where Mr. and Parham returned -
that Mr. Hiner was to undergo ARE YOU READY FOR THE
an operation Local friends havereceived they will make their home. Saturday from a summer'stay i
in the North.
word that her condition I
i* improvise : Mr. and Mr. Frank R. Lucas MIUIO-
of Miami were Sunday afternoon The ) of the
Mr*. JBM Nesbltt returned toe visitor of Mr. and Mrs. C. V Vie.I I'Community Church will hold Its KIcKorr11t
her home Wednesday from the Ewen,' Mr. and Mrs Oeo ftuehM''I October meeting at the home of Uu
.. Pod Graduate hospital where.she and Mr and Mrs: _E. a Blackburn.',,Rev.c."a. Nelson'in Redland. nee
.. had been.feeafrhig avedieal' r.eb.jment. 1 ,, JMU y- *<* Wetaesdajn.*r, : l.'l'.ld

l. Mrs,Leo. Bishop fiat moved .' ) : ,
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vl -1 ..::..- tronat. w. Second street to'!*:W.Ltghtb llorida"'ctty: : p;embers jot the
Mr. and Mrs J:.W. :Weston haw struckMbeJaunltaSearcy Tree UelhedtafChiireh are.pk '
1* returned t. Homestead after spend --A' sing to'attend.thequarterty coo- { Now that,the pl i lthtr MMOC bi IVrre' 1W"
o'r int .the tammer lQrarlO, pis D. .is now.ta,- ference-to beheld from Oct 14 tiII
#.*nd,K<)ch ster,,N. Y._They"" inctat .th*lipase el rls ashd5tdr.. at GreetrAcTcaw' *'. {should she tall attention U the selection of your
,,,accompanied from--Baton ..Feria.s 3 .! GOW&l '5.. ,'. ':*' V ---.. ... ,
i byMr. Westorr-s mother,Mrs;JSeo. '.. "" ", .j# "- Dr. Waiter L Veicoe baa fertilisers
>Weston, who will spend the wln- Mr. and-Mr*."Howard Paisleyhate appointed by the American
4terwlthtkem. returned from their summer Cross director for Florida City and insecticides you can .. the coat
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tour. I
and vicinity Arrangements have
t success have always I wanted See us
crop you
Mrs Habert C Nichols leaves been made to use for a shelter the .
?this morning for Big Pine Key and MO and Mrs, Robert Burton of J!FksHda City: .elementary school for ticket to All-Star season
J Key West where she will spend the Utica, N. Y, have rented one 011(build." Thee living in insecure your an
J week-end;With Mr. Nichols of the Mrs Eva ColUaat apartment. for]I building*Bad any other who wish, r.
*?state road engineering department the season. I,will find this shelter open should
: at Bahia ponds bridge ,I hurricane threaten Please bring I
Mr. and Mrs Chas O Turner plate. cup and .saucer spoon knife GranthamSeed
Mr and; Mrs R. L. Walker who returned Monday night from Baltimore and fork
.Z art at pifsent located In Miami where they were called two I
were visitors to Homestead this weeks ago by the Illness of Mrs. !
week. They spent the summer In Turner's father Wm. Q Richardson hint lr_ StoreI'IiONE
J South Carolina Virginia Pennsylvania whose condition la still criti l.
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and New York where Mr. cal. I 1 n
f Walker was interested; la shipping South Mat ler Avenue Homestead FU
tomatoes fnd peaches .
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Mr*. rtiel Rice sod her sister.
2 Mrs Maude Barnes 0f LyncMurr ,
*Vs.. will arrive early in the week
f to spend the winter here

Mrs. Aanle Naborr arrived In
Homestead Saturday after a three-
week visit In Sumter, 8 c.. wtth
her son and daughter-bt-law}, Mr.
and Mrs Wilbur Nabors Mrs 'f
; Nibors operated a tea room In t


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GIVES SOtC. QUICK AND When you buy roofing for new.or old prop-

: 'i:| CONVENIENT SERVICE |I ILiaGIL erty get your money'worth. Be lure that (

: : .M.::=', SS W KKOm' 'AVB.|' the roof,you pay tot will deliver.the service I

M you desire. WHEN YW MY.THE MkvtWvc,

I Let Us We handle Carey Roofing and Shine!" J
.Some peopIeenJ potting moacy ben*.
product of a muraf aeturer,with over 60 year I Inknowo ,1 ,i
races-but it's no ran to risk poet money on
! RejuvenateYour of successful tip-rie ce.These Proven Roof. raaor blade*!Buy a inevn quad ty I 1/i. I i

Car coat M IDDr..th.OI'.ln.1' BoatetiaU-jet Wade-mad by the trarVTi Ivxest blade I 'i ;
:" .out price*. k pinker-and play**/*.Probak Jt,atQlag aft 19 I (
4 to 104 la automatically greead. bossed 4
. .Wood Work and stropped to Sales abort Work of the a 1'!

Body, Fender Repairs BROOKER LUMBER CO. .

Tops and Trimming TELEPHONE ft HOMESTEAD ITA. j
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IU Bird, III N. W. ltd street
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south Florida In the wake of
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the big hurricane H an Insurance '
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The house, of two-story English: I
I{Jacksonville As I result, every
colonial design and frame construction 1 precaution against hurricane dam- .
Will built by W. 0 Moon oiln age has been taken In constructionof
Homestead contractor from plant
I his new horn Reinforced
obtained through the FHA steel anchor the house to the
department of Hollopeter it Pout ,I foundation, which I*well rank Into
Miami real estate and Investment the rock. Under the Cypress: clap ,
brokers who did the financing following board aiding If transverse sheathIng -
negotiations begun by W .. 5-1 i and stud bracing, instead ot k +{
D. Horne Co- local hardware and, i being cut Into small piece between 7I I
building material dealer The cos1 I the studding, HIM diagonally Intry+
was approximately $3,000. I I II one piece to bind all sections solid- ,
Outstanding features of the housi A tiled bath with built-in shower The living room Is 14 tt feet by 20 I The dining room 12 by 12 feet I ly together The rafters of the roof '" .
are the master bedroom upstair i I entered from the upstairs hallway I feet and runs parallel with theI I has southwest exposure and opens ire held to the rest of the house: by
which, extending across the entln I, Is handy to both bedrooms. I I I I porch on which It opens, and hasa Into the living room on the east steel straps. 'emenentty fixed
east side of the house, is 20 fee: The living room dining room I fireplace Another feature of the I and the kitchen on the north. Aj I hinged ItC.rnthutten can b:
long and 15 feet wide,and I kitchen .I kitchen and a ecreencn-ln porch living room is recessed book I pantry and utility room U at the! fwung shut'to close window open- I
I feet wide by IS feet lore: on the east take up the first floor !shelves. bAck of the kitchen. (Continued on Page Seven)
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It. BIRD Reputed watering light soils i it There will be a meeting of offlear Thorn proaem included: Mr. and c. O. Robertson. Mr*. J. R. D.ny.Mr : .
) ,1 a BUILDS I not sufficient a* there i* too muchvMriattm I', and teacher of the church,i Mra. T. ft Pfehe, ..... and Mrs O.R *. E. J, Pact Uri J. Tom Vattn.MelHrtUt .
r in the available ntoktnro. -' tttMe present voted on tap Mon-;I De........ Mrs T. "C MCkfe- nM J. Lawv eon t I
'FIRST FIIA HOIHEHOMESTEAD Hydrangea. mud be (KOWBte day after the ant Sunday o/ took' fort, ..... Julia Folk, Hf*. AaadtN ttestt and Mr. and Mr*. C. N. t t11nNrer.
; : soft that I* made up of nMk and, month.are kwtn, Mr Gk A. Weep MM. .
other organic material that --- -- ij'Sheffield
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for growing this plant IB
Florida consist of soil that i* rich
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l-agnbut the weather. :
) !J\tJf\ the haw ton, the routtdvI '
,t will have to go, too," raid Mr. on avocado can be
'ti.loon. the builder.i&BIg controlled by praying and prun-
roomy closets of the bed- ing. Dead wood ihould be kept out .'
rebrn* have windows and open- of the tree insofar a* powiblc ,
k& Into the ftttte sit the top In- Any good cropper fungicide, such '
HIT adequate ventilation for a* -S.IIO Bordeaux mixture plus ,I.. .
clothing in the attic fOrMed by the a rtleker, may be used a* a prophylacia '
!greon-ahlngled gable roof It plenty : spray. The first ap*>licntlon -
, .", lot awrege sipoea should be arrayed Into theflower did the -wiring and fur- *
c r' .l, Oak flooring hat been need cluster t* lOOn 11th. .
, (throughout the bout Termite fft. b'fOmt o:,.eu. Further ai,')lion H
, ': J .shields! approved the FHA eI<' should 01' made after the *
y by guard : Wished the electrical .
. y,IJ\;" !. aSJUmbtirt from the ravage of the fruit I* tat and :.t Intervals nl two : i. j
', #r honeycombing Insect. works until the fruit 1* nearly ,: ,
t'" EiectHcal wotk eras done by nurture.
'ar f'P Sheffield Electric Co., plumbing fixtures used in the ... 'i'iI.
."I.. by W. a Booth and plastering IfK Baptists Win Train

r.t The C. Chronltter.house sets in a corner lot Sunday School Teachers !

I enclosed by an English colonial : W. R. Bird residence. ,
\ picket fence, fronting 100 feet on I A training school for the Sunday -
.)t 19th street! and 131 feet on K. W. school teachers of the Pint I. < ,
it !,Second avenue.Research. Baptist Church of Homestead was
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Information and teachen held Monday
evening at the Baptist paatorium,
home of the Rev. and Mr*. C. N.
(Agricultural notes In this column Walker. Dr. W. W. William of
,' com from research worker JacluonvlUe, atate Sunday school! 124 N. Krome Ave. Phone 556-R #
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Guinea vllle.) was decided, are to be lilted to!
conduct the ichooL '
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rooted should have their top cutback
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losses Plant transplanted ,
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calve plenty,of water at transplanting -
and for some Ume after.
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do very weU in FJorida became : : W,6
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MISS THELMA BONNIE McMAHON WEDS i MRS. BECKI1AM TO ADDRESS HOMESTEAD P.-T. A. HOLDS GET-TOGETHER
I REDLAND P.-T A. TONIGHT II
EARL FIELD AT CANDLE LIGHT SERVICE Mrs. Walter H. Beekham of Mi- ( IN HONOR OF FACULTY MEMBERS TONIGHT

ami, president of the Dade County .

The marriage of Miss Thelmi I princess lines with tiny turn-back Council of Parenta and Teachers, Homestead school patrons will C. O. Robertson, Mrs. William M.
Bonnie daughter ol i collars puffed sleeves, flaring will give an address on the ekes
McMahon H.
greet the teachers, old and new J.1mI. Mrs. J. Pope and Mrs.
David L. McMahon of Ashevlll.,, skirts and yellow ....bea. Their of the organization at 8 o'clock this, W. H Sykes.
N. C.. and Earl Field, ton of Mr, small oval headpieces were made evening at the P.-T. A. meeting at a "get-together" In the patio Mrs. Preston B. Bird, refresh-
and Mrs. Lyle Levi Field of Home., of coral gladioli and their bouquets I Redland. i after a short meeting of the Homestead meat chairman will be assistedat

stead was solemnized Sunday, were of matching The executive committee will Pareat-Teaeher Association the punch bowls by Mrs. J. J.
evening at I clock In the Home' The flower girl was fIowere'l meet at 1 o'clock this afternoon to lit the Have King Cooper Schoolat Richards Mrs. A. W. HulcWnson.
stead Methodist' Church at I the Jan Caalt She wore a )N\J I consider a theme and project for a o'clock Ibis evening Mrs. Russell Home, Mr*. J. R.

candle-light service In the presents blue organdie dress trimmed with the year. Judge Walter H. Beekham ot the Iyruas.Mrs. Wm. McMtchael and .
of relatives and friendi. The Rev ruffles and a aaab and her rose juvenile eeurt W Dodo County Mrs. Howard Lamb.

J. J. Richards pastor oJ th..cburcd, petal basket was yellow In tot )UBI'UGIN.." DORSET win make a brief talk, Stanley Mrs Paul Reynolds, house'
performed the ceremony. :t:. c. Mattma ./ Opalocka was GIVER SCAVENGER: HUNT Wtttfeep win sing and the Rev.. chairman being assisted by her
Candies teamed from a tall the best man, and R. E. Scott, Jr., Miss Betty Richards, Miss Madge Milton a Sachet! will Introduce committee Mra.Ceo, 1(. Wakef Idd.
white candelabrum that stood behind of Miami and Lloyd Field, brother Thompson and Harvey Rue were Principal J. A. Rehwlnkel wile will Mia liable Williams, Mrs. H. C.
the chancel r.II.4. en either at the bridegroom, were groom prime winners Friday night at a present hiv faculty. Nichols and F. L. McINraia.
aide, from holder placed In descending mem. DatoadWynn and IvanMoser scavenger hunt given by Miss I Mrs. C H Strflani, hospitality The usual attendance Kl es will
order to the chancel rail were ushers AH the men Virginia Done,.. The hunt started chairman, will be assisted by Mrs. be given but only parent and
and an along Ha length. Palms, of the bridal party were garbed end ended at her home. I Men K. Walker of the county school guardian will be counted ta making -
acalyph and Croton formed a IB while and wore rosebud bo tropic background for masses of the hoctess I

graceful yellow crotalaria blossoms. After the ceremony a reception The guest list Included: Mill ''A REM!: CLUB TO PRESENT: day evening.
The fern laced chancelrail for relatives and out of town guestswas Eunice Walker Miss Lucille Went TintEE-ACT COMEDYThe Those present were: Mr. and
was studded with marigolds. held at the home of the bride Miss Elfcabeth Mcllwaln, Miss
Arcaw Club decided Fridayto Mrs. !Sackett and Mr L. B. Sack-
Candles In the windows furnished groom's parents. A large white Barbara Done Miss Sytll Cheshire "
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present "The Blue Bag, a ett, Mr. and Mr* Lee Lehman
additional Illumination. I cake with rosebud decorations Mill Mary Frances Arthur, three-act comedy, on Nov. IX, In Mrs Virginia Walton, Misses Carrie
Before the ceremony Stanley I was cut by the bride and served Miss Richards, Miss Thompson, the school auditorium under the and Rose Caves, Mill Marcia
Wlttkop sang "Because". Mn. with punch by the bridegroom's William McMichaeL Clement Russell -
direction of Wm M. Johns. :Gauzens Misses Mary Dana and
Wlttkop played the bridal chorus mother and Mrs. Wlttkop. Rex Faust Emory Deartng. Following the meeting Mrs. Betty Brown Miss France Lamb,
from "Lohengrin" ai the processional -I After the reception they left for Billy Clark and Harvey Rue.
Gee W. Turner, Jr, Mrs. Lloyd Miss Ellen Huff, Mlas Doris Warr,
and MendeUsohn'i weddln.IIW'ch Miami where they. have. an. apartment
Delta, Mrs. R. W. MullMa, Mrs Wave Horton Miss Mary Elizabeth,
aa the recessional.The I at 82S N. W. Thirty-third Albert Meybem. Mrs. Wm. M. Kyle Robert Gauzens Bruce Scott!
bride was lowly lit a white street The bride wore a white The CalendarOct I
Ulaaea Esther AllIS
JohMt Helen and Rex FaustG.
.lMwi VAN with .ck,ieee of' ;
taffeta gown width had abort a a Livingston and Mia Alice Macao.
puffed sleeves, a close fitting bod- emerald green and white acces '
8 Homestead P.-T. A. bre attended a meeting of Ron A.MEMBERS MUST
'Ice and a long fining skirt The sories. reception for teacbe.ii at I, p. ,m. .Coconut Grove O. ,.:t:. s.. at which ,AT run BArrar cnvmcuCbaantl :
Miss McMahon bom InlheYIUe.
high neckline wa bound with was Oct. 6 Redland P.-T. A. meet Min Helen Livingston, associate
N. C. and !> of Bkssing 'wa. tfmcttb
was graduali4 :
pleated taffeta ribbon the attt back
j. ing: at I B..la., _ertecutl .,tpef tat ps UoV Miss,Kacotnber: condiart-
,. frees book aeweafi heeiei 'Arsev .*eiM Nw a ArmeetintfMohiy
r the bodice was "* together
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at I and Mrs Uaocr.attI1IUClue.
p. m. -,. Meyl"\, "
t [with covered buttons, tad a sash a course' of training at the Bllt- Oct t -- Inspiration of oSiceriof .., were honored j Wended torn the tide to tie In more hospital In Asheville the '- iefMt Auxibery.Oct. : of Hsaaeslsa The east( ,
t to Homestead and served as lusting; it"was announced?WWW
,toe back. Her long milk net veil came
I Meeting of ) .
ArtJrI.Glut
office assistant to Dr. B. E. Gat- yowr "OPLI..U.\'I, herd'Oct. lat the home oh Mari
edged with bee was held In place
at home of Mrs. S.,.,::I\IIv1 : / VE HAS BVNCOTABTT"Mist ': .
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w. ahoweca for the 1Rddahf; a.IPreeeat
band Pre-nuptaal
f |jr a of pearla edged with Oct l| Meeting t.i ledtandnistltitl'l8isis1rllal
range bl_. She canted a bride wee* >.. lay,bo..Ikftaasteerf Asedclatioii alllapllat Marcia Qaiiens and Sss -. 'at ,tM *ta.tm' #.weft{

shower banquet ot aweettaartMaes an* AjbewOia MtnU Stot ice. it.llA0.: ; "y.'KIIoIB.. Sackttt won pMa Notts hull P.*e, lot tierce Tty
and .beI'ORL"o ,I HomeeIM at the bunco party>'given at the Plume, Can). Walker lose ai,4
XL 11-Meetlnff of
reautville. Sackett home by the Young Pe*> Darts Cheabirev June Tarn Media
Miss Helen Field, a elites of the, .
& P. W. C, Legiga, hall at 8 p. m.
bridegroom, was maid of honor.. sine* \>M. He was graduated ,OrV *-Meeting elf Bedtand pie's Service League of the St 0d1so !'.Mary Itadtord and VftaHobsoa.

Nor frock, 'of aquamarine mar-1:ifnm Homestead HUk Schoelkl Ladles* Aid alt horn; el .,... t.McCUlIough. f. John's, Episcopal Church The .
ajulaette over taffeta, had a sm H; '1M end WM easpatytti as th* "

sound toilet edged with pleating,!I Homestead Music Store until last Oct 1} Dance at Log Tavern
e panel front button trimmed, July when he was made. a radio sponsored 'by Young People's Sere
short puffed) sleeves and long flaring operator In the naval. ......,. in
Oct II -x O. A. Meeting at home I r.J18p w
skirt Her headpiece was a Opalocka.Out of" Mary Radfud.
email oval at yellow gladioli, and of town guesia at the wedding I Oct 19 Meeting of Gleaners i
her bouquef was composed of the were: '
Claw at home of Mrs. Harry
lame flowel Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Martin, Mr.
: The bridesmaids, Misses Mildred and Mrs. R. J. Mulltns and daughter [vice Cooper.League. e I
Jean and Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
and Margate Field twin sisters Oct 20 Meeting of Presbyterlan RexillcmaCOUGH
.f the bridegroom, 'wore yelloworgandie Mattson of Opalocka and Mrs mid 'Auxiliary a tome of Mrs ,

dresses made{ on aeml- Mrs' R.s,15ostt,4'j +V Y l B.'E.pe.UM' H, '" '
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SERVICE LEAGUE: Michael Mra. O. a Rlkch, Miss School carnival. SYRUP

TO SPONSOR DANC Lmilw Barnes, JM William Jack Octf22 r. pencfitJbrWge part* t* gas tough : ij

The Young People Service and 'William McMlchaet and- at H. t.Cook home at8pm.Oct. s/pip that lelicTce llcLly ;1. ,
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league of f St John's Episcopal lord Barnes. 28 Meeting of Young Image and loothes heck .
Church of. iomeatead,'will 'Matron Circle at borne of Mra. Eau 50'HiMBt '
( ; 'PO bag wnghi. the .4 ,
act a dunce'at' the Log Tavern in UCCION'AUXILURT R 0. Walter at 7.3U: p. m. chilca..joy '". Try ,';
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Princeton next Friday, Oct. IXfrom TO INSTALL OFFICERS v Pet ".- Redland High tehoolnmlval. .... cad A .flAil I 'S

10 p. m. until 1 .'lock. The Asset' cas Lrgfgn Anaillary: I '> ",
The committee In charge of arrangements will hold installation services this Nov. S Homestead PUT.: A. DoendabterriSiA ONE T8 SUIT

Includes Mi a Rose evening In Legion hall Mra. executive committee meeting at i XASCAOI MAXIMUMCOMBS, i
Caves, MM Mary DM Brown A, L Bissell 'ol Coconut Crave, 1' a. mNev. .: ,
Miss Doris Warr and Miss Wava vice-presldtnt of the district" will $ '- Homestead P.-,. A. Stationery )

Morton.BABBECt'K. officiate.DR.M.A.BERGEK. meeting at I p. m._ e.... e... A ,i..
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An Informal barbecued supper
eras served, Tuesday evening at ASPIRIN 'Sinl Mm !
BM home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles *Dentist TABLETS'
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Barnes In honor of William Mo- Seed tACKss..rs ,
Michael riG .... J
returned Monday '
(from Nyak. N. Y., where be had First National Bank 239iaray --+--6c
We- 1Itf'ea.lae-: w...,mange "'M' w..u.w ... '
peat the summer, Building Y

'. Those present were: Mr. and ELi tdin are Mas.dkk too... ;e

Mrs. Frank Bryson Miami;Mrs Office Hours 8:30-4:30 EITCEWK: Permanent dm NomeSIT" AbsorbentCOTTON t
Margaret Carter and son. John elMelborn .aem Cvctttag s, Affawtaaaaea '' ,
*, Mr. and Mrs. Me A << Fl t Pow, r I'

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Optometrist eevisss'wisb panic.1.....
IS TEARS' aadma. LN M "....,. yeas ,
Practice ta Homestead leak lot rfx WMM, whir s. '
OBlce Bewail a. m. te I r. so. Rooms 8 and T Wat MnKiljiioM sad I mar THE DIXIE DRUG

Sundays S to It McCrory Arcade '.., face-aad.aetkjOMUBush's ,

Closed Saturday I Saturday _Hours_,., 7.M:: toJW a. m. Uom t 'ad. Florida .::M XPape '

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:FOR HALLOWEEN DANCE'/ parties PROGRAM IX RLUR\,N"D :

I Miss Pearl Whilak .. 1 Mrs Jesse 9I'etUI4t Mr D u-! L. AlWrtrt .was m charge of t't'L.

Social Eu htS curse: But u II tertoyel' |.vw. s* t dartal the a pMjri given by dM Oxford '
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i I was appointed chairman of tM Those present were. Mr. and September JO, at the R 4hutdOommuaity ,

clubhouse committee Monday night Mrs. Catch KuCtkU Mr and Mrs. Church, following a v<\ 1

whoa the halo WOIU '' Club ot T. J. Walker. Mr. and Mrs Greer, community supper at the paitnr- _

$, bAPTIST W. M.-U. CIRCLES SELECT I homestead, mack plans for the Mr. and Mrs. Doucerlcy. Mrs. 111IINra.. Ceo. W. Turner, Jr., f
Halloween dance which It will Agnes Reed, Mr*. W. W. Douberly Mi*. Frank SUUrnan and Mn. M.

1 *#,: k THEIR OFFICERS FOR COMING YEAR sponsor at the Homestead Country Mir Nellie Mae Martin, Mia A. Baker .were the boalll_. '

HT.. ."< -- i Club. Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop, Mrs. Ellen Vann. Misses Pearl. Myrtle Oxford Group member present
tif E A. Buchanan Mrs. Harold Ox- and Villa Mae Cason, Miss ElUa- were: Mr. MIl Mr Frank Race ,
The W .]I JU., circles of the First C. K Walker Mrs. Vann, Mrs! : ,:
ford and Miss Allot Hobson are on beth Craft, Mist Lillian SwtDey Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kennedy Mr.
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Homestead Cault Mrs. Pupa, Mm Lewi Mrs.
t M.Baptist Cbllrcof I the decoration committee. Dutch Miss Katharine Bell, Miss Lillie and Mr*. AUdrift, Mrs. Silvia Cur- \
Mr*. ,t, Elected officer for the coming Strickland Mrs. Coker, Mr Pos-(Kreage Vagabond it was derided Mat Campbell. Miss Phyllis Belt, Mrs Betty McGowan bliss
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R year at the npetinaj this! week. ey. Mr*. Rice, Mr Lewis and M:*. I
I i win furnish the music. Mrs. : UK Mildred! Craft Earl and Clyde Leona MikeatU, Miss Catherine 'f
ehxted<. ."'', New officers: win begin their term West l Buchanan, the president, presided. ; Swilley Jimmy McConnell J. T.' Richardson, Bruce and Harold Me-
Mrs A, D. Smith elected
. next month. was The hostesses for the social meeting !and Godwin
Barney Herman CoyfJ. S. Vann Ed Thomas and E.:
J. J.ison. 3' Mm. L. A. Wise wa n-etected leader ef Circle) Four at eta meeting -, this month an Mrs. Bruce En- I Ryan Herman Rutzke, Bill Anderson Stanley Beltoa. Other visitors y

'f leader of Circle One at a meeting with Mrs. Julia Polk Wednesday I jols. Mrs Paul Reynolds and Mis Herman and Manuel Haze- Included the Rev and Mrs. Thom !

. R. !1 held Wednesday afternoon at her afternoon. The other officer: ,Grace Hobson. leaf! Jesse Greer, and Ernest as Shelton and aoa and a W. Mul- \

and home. The other officer reelected elected were: co-leader Mrs. R.' Other present at the meeting Campbell. Un of Florida City: and Mrs. 11:. J.

i were: secretary and treaa. E. Edwards; secretary and treasurer were Mn. W. B. Cave. Jr.. Mn.Wittkop. McCahUl of Pittsburgh, .
ours urer, Mrs. C. It. Bigger; personal Mr T. D. Plche; enlistment Mn. James Bird Mrs. WOMAN'S AUXILIARY i iatudy.

her service chairman, Mrs. Frank N. and personal service chairman, L. B. Danaey. Mn. L. T. Proctor, : MEETS WITH MRS. LEHMAN( 1
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Md, i. Irwin; literature chairman, Mr*. Mr*. Harry Hall; stewardship Mrs. Oxford Mrs. Robert Glenn.
chalr- chairman: Mr*. Julia Polk; social Tb tint of a atria of talk on The member present were: Mr i
. West stewardship Jr. Mn.
( C. O. A. ; Augustus Wynn Mn. Joel!
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chairman, Mrs. Plche and literature the prayer book was given by the R. E. Trotter Mn. D. P. Blake
than Mr*. w. B. Myrlck; ; and ml ; J. Robinson, Mr*.. R. G. Walser, .
Charles chairman, Mr T. C. Shackle- Rev. Milton B. Sackett at the j Mrs J. R. Hlckson, Mn. J. M. Hot. tforty.
willand 4r don study chairman Mr Mrs. Russell Horn. Mr J. U
ford. opening meeting of the Woman's Mrs E. L. Nelson Mrs Paul
Martin New officers are: co-lead !Per kin*, Miss Betty Bowen, Miss t
of St. John' Episcopal Haley, Mr*. C. B. Phimmer Mr
A program in connection with Auxiliary
,
and Margaret
Ellen
iak "er, Mrs. Pete Morgan Huff. Miss Mary Bradley j
Church held at the borne R. Y Burr Un A r Darling, MnI
Fund chairman Mr*. M. P. the week of prayer was given Mr* Miss Marjorie Sullivan and Mia Friday )
- Wollam. Smith and Mrs. Polk gave scriptural 11 Alice Hobioa. ; of Mr*. Lee H. Lehman. I I a S. Wolfe Mr*. B. E. GatUn, Mrs.A. J
readings and prayer Self During the business session, the F Arthur and Mrs Pace. W.
the
Present at meeting were:
asked work for the early fall was plan Verco was a visitor
searching question were byMr IL.
Mr*. S. L. Kendrick, Mr. West, I
fire
and scouts prevention studied
wa ; ned. Mrs. Richard Huff will
Edwards give
Catherine Mrs.
Plckard -
ick. Mr*. Martin\ ,, Mr*. Bigger/ Mrs.ran. and the tenderfoot scout learned I
and Mrs. Hall Mr*. Shackle- a benefit bridge party for the auxiliary -
and Mr Wine.
Irwin, Mr Morgan *
'
ford discussed the children' homeat some of their knot Ruth Grave Oct. 22 at the home of H. L.
carCircle Two elected Mrs. i'. E. Arcadia. and Geraldine Pace were admitted Cook. Mrs. W. J. Clark and Mrs GROVETHEATRE

rcia Kirby, leader; Mrs. Homer Davis, Present beside those mentionedwere a* new members and Virginia Kia.I J. A. Hooks are planning a covered
and secretary: and treasurer; Mr*. 3. C. 'I ner wa given a tenderfoot pin.
: Mr J. M. Forte, Mrs E. J. dish luncheon and bridge party
mb. Vann, minion study chairman; Polk and Mr S. H. Fitch. Present besides those mentioned to be given soon Mr*. Landon cocbNVTGROVE
'arr Mrs. E. L. Lawrence, literature i were: Ann Hickson. Carlotta Ge- Carney and Mill Ellen Huff will
chairman and Mr. Annie Butler, I ronlmo, Ardrl Mtttnee Saturday; and Sunday;
meths ; GIRL SCOUTS PASS Parman, Anne Rhne ,- be hostesses at the evening partytor 20etoIp.as.
;cott personal service chairman. I )', Melba Van Winkle, RUrjory November.The .
SECOND CLASS TESTSA Show 7 and I Adm. tSe8am
p. any
met at the home of
This group Sayer and Mill Margaret May. ) next meeting of the Auxiliary -
after group of the girl scouts of the nard.
Mr* Lawrence Wednesday will be held at the home of
noon. Mr*. Lawrence gave the devotional Homesttead troop met Monday Mrs. J. S. Horton on Nov. .. II..., To**, W...

I and a program on "Faith" afternoon at the home of their! RAIN OR SIMI CLUB Present beside thoa mentioned Oct. M. It. IS. U

was given by Mrs. Bert Andrew, leader Mr. Frank Skill,. to pall MEETS AT SKILL HOME wwe: Mr Milton B. Sackett,

folk Mr. Vann, and Mr*. Kirby. required tests for second class The Rain or Shine Club held a Mr L B. Sackett Mr*. Henry Dram ton hew Wet
The next meeting will be held at work. Mr Skill was. assisted by covered dish luncheon J. .
ads meeting at Brooker. Jr. Mr W. Clark, Mr
tat home of Mr*. Lee Tread on MlM Geraldine Rait the nome of Mn. Frank Bak-
Skill on Robert Brown Mrs. Charles
Nov. >. :Those who! paased were:, "DEAD END"S
1be Sept. 30. Mrs. Fred Redd was tr. Mn M, F. White Mrs. Edw.
first aid Dora icon Vida Clark,
tary Those present' Were: Mr* Mal I honored during a social hour. SUUng, Mr*. J. E.: Cauzena, Mrs.
Redln Mr Henry Olsen. I Marian Edmonds, Margaret Lawrence Mn. Frank Rue and Mn Helen George N. Wakefleld. Miss Ellen Sylvia Bldnef.:Jel M.-

edt ) .Emma; WrlgHt;' Mr Kirby, Mr' and Virginia Kinner; health,. Hackler, ft wa decided, will be the Huff. Miss Mary Jackson and little Crea cult Hswivhrey Bogart
Mrs Undrew Mr But- Catherine Crave Margaret Lawrence
Fread, hostesses at the next meeting. Dlckla Huff.PRESBYTERIAN.
ler, Mr. Vann and the hostess. Anne Leadly, Dora Scott Members and guest present From reeaH-raa stage
Mrs.C. H. Rice was elected leader Vida Clark and Marian Edmonds; triumph
ita were: Mn. J. D. Redd. Mr*.. FredFuchs GROUP
of Circle Three at its meeting table setting,Virginia Klnner', Vida
Mn J. A.
Smith, Mrs. Tom
MEETS WITH MRS. PACE:
Tuesday at the home of Mr*. S. L. Clark, Dora Scott, Catherine'
Lindsay. Mrs. T.
J. Faust, Mn.I .
I I The Woman's Auxiliary of the
West Tile other officer elected Grave, 'MarRnT"Edmonds, Ann Thurs* Oct. U
Cart Deden. Mrs. Lee
I I H. Lehman First Presbyterian Church of
were: co-leader, Mrs. J. TomVann Ledley and Margaret Lawrence;I Mrs Tom
Harris Mn. W. E.
Rhe- Homestead net Wednesday the Gloria heart In
secretary Mrs. W. E. Lewis; national anthem Catherine Mr*. C. J Parman
ney Mn. R P.
home of Mrs. L. J. Pace and received -
treasurer Mrs O M. Cllmer; reporter Graves, Ann Leadle)', Marlon Ed. McDankl, Mr*. J. K Webster' "ontL ovi: i'.o.\Rtr
to review the
Mrs. W. D. Coker; personal: monde, Vida Clarke. and Dora Mrs. an assignment
Rue. Mn. Hackler
i Mrs. Redd
I special home mission book, "Other
Mrs. J. B Scott bed making, Margaret Lawrence -
service chairman Pope; ;; and the hostess. I I
and literature chairman, Mr*. H. Catherine Graves, Athlcy Men Labored" at the Oct 20 meetIng Fit, Sat. Oct. tJ, II .
at the home of Mrs. B. E. Gat-
and Klnner, ''
Virginia sewing
. ColfferMr Kemp -
Lawrence and Cath- 'IIELPISG HAND PARTYEARNS lin. Mrs. D. P. Blake wll be in George OUrleB !.
*. Vann presided in the absence Margaret :
of Mr*. Collier, the I erine Graves; what to do In case ,, MONEY FOR CHARITY I charge.
Miss Mildred Craft won the high Mr R. Y. Burr presided and "WIND JAMMER"S
{ I dent. Mrs. West gave the of fir, Dora Scott, Vida Clark.
core prize at the bunco Mr. Paul Haley led the Bible
party given -
Edmonds Ann ,
Marion Leadley
votional and Mrs. O. I. Gault ,
I talk.n "The Steward 'e-I Catherine Grave, and Margaret' Friday evening by the Helping
lUad Club to eta halt in Redlaad.
In Money and Time. Lawrence: ; compass, Dora Scott
Fruit Jell and cookie Vida Clark and Virginia Klnner; The second prim was wan by Bnr

served by the hostess. I and flag Virginia Kinner, Margaret :;:,ell) Godwin and the door priM
I Lawrence, Catherine Crave, by Emerett Douberley. T!>mnk glv. I
Those present were: Mr*. D. A.
Kaufman Mrs ty. U Roaemond, Arm Leadley, Marion Leadley. Marion lag and Christmas basket will be It

Mrs. Harry Pierce Mrs. James I I Edmonds, and Dora Scott. provided for needy families with l

Cilrner, Mr. Dexter Home, Mrs. At Tuesday' meeting of the t

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{: *r the Rev. MUtom B. darken, Protestant, I* certainly unaccountable -
1: View at BL ,*...'. Church.Hemestead. from the Protestants' stand

s Fla. point. RlnlIII111I1Dll11111111ti111IQI1111111UTM. !! those that are Interested In,r pupils are learning to write titles i

"' Now let us suppose that a Roman tsourrow. hem tellewle law M of..laws -...... .essd II Joining the Stamp Club are asked with the us* of their work books. I
f (Continued from Last Week) Catholic was to study the I ..c.ri/.a .... .1. .eas..O to see Mr. Robert Hester right

1 The Protestant win find that th I Episcopal Church from the) Inside,' .....see 1M uses Oct If.Mews sass, ...._. w 8LoMoo -... awsy Mrs. Tliurman's class li glad that '
Episcopal Church holds Mid teaches II. would find that in doctrine,, Albert unman I* able to be back :
not only the truth with which hU I custom and religious life the Episcopal The Junior are planning for. in school after being out for two
familiar but also many wttt I Church Is remarkably Catholic Oct 4, 1MT their Junior carnival which will be days with illness The pupils have .

which he U not familiar' and whichhe I and that there Is some similarity .. _"1.. R. Livingston returned from, held October 21 ( made 1 little post office with envelopes ,

ha been In the habit of considering ot the Roman Church In some I Cape Sable this week for a short in which they keep their
superstitious or false:: mutters Mrs. Rutland ninth grade la library caids.

truths about the church, It* nature stay. finishing the study of "Treasure ---- ;
He would Immediately assume "The senior class met last week It
history and doctrine, which I that all this was but an Imitationof ; -and organized. Ivan Moser the Island" and are making. very Interesting Miss Jackson's first grade Is }!
hr hat always thought were Roman I notebook studying the furnishing of a house
the Romam Church which must enly boy in the class, was electedpresident
Catholic errors And yet modEpiscopal I ev.ntuall1lead to union with Rome and I* placing the proper furnitureIn :
Charlotte Collins was
: churchmen teem to take Mr. Blackburn's ninth grade ha the roon of a doll house
: but his he finds
to great surprise .
elected secretary and treasurer. .
elected the following officers:
matter of at
these doctrines a* a '
that this Catholic
notwithstanding
court: and to be ready and glsd doctrine practice and life In the Thl members are: Charlotte Collins president, Jack McMichael; vice- Mrs Edwards' class Is yew. aor
Mitchell Emma: Fitch,
Lorean ,
to give both scriptural and historic president, Frank Toppino; secretary ry to toM Joan House who la leaving .
Episcopal Church, churchmen are "
Isabel Becker and Ivan Moser
and treasurer Elbert West
reasons why they believe united In ; this week for Georgia The
absolutely repudiating
them, and do not seem In the least the supremacy and Infallibility of -"The local! branch of the East reporter, Jamie Richards. I pupils are working on a nature

Inclined to go over to the RomanChurch the bishop of Rome, commonly Coast Growers association met In study unit which will provide in*
because they hold them. In the town hall on Monday night Miss. Jones' ninth grade i* very. tc'titlng material for reading, "
railed the and rejecting
This la very puzzling to Protestants certain Roman pope errors of doctrine with a good attendance Those proud of the magazines, "Youth' number work, and writing The i

this fact that the truth 1* not such as transubstantiation the Immaculate signing up were: C. A. Froscher, W Companion combined with .the pupils are proud of the fact that
limited to Protestantism and thata to the Blessed A. King, Frank L. Skill, W. D. American Boy," given to the class I except( for one day they have had ,

church can hold many truth In Virgin, et conception<<:. Flowers, R. E. Caves, S. A. King, by Mrs Ben Archer. {perfect attendance for two weeks '
common with Romanists and yet A. H. Waldin W. Sykes, B. G. I { ;
apparently have the strongest possible He find that Episcopal churchmen Young, L. f. Fllpse, O B. Parker, Mr. Wynn's class welcomes

objection to adopting the seem to be happy and con- R, R. Bigger, C. H. Hammond, J Peggy Sander from Cordele, Ga I

Roman tyitem By further study tented where they are and that U. Free, C. W. Little, A. J. Cobb This class I* making an attractive HOME COOKING
he discover that the church' they are turning out to be the Al Doyle, J. T Vann. poster with correct English rules j Ij
rival has deal
strongest Rome to
way are hen not by adoption from Tom Parker, much to the regretof ; ,
another system but by Irhoritanc, with and her most relentless opponents his host of friends, moved to Mr*. Flfleld'i class was very

from her own pall In some parish whenever she assert her Mlaml on Monday" sorry to lose Mildred Greer who Served Family Style !
exclusive claim to be the) whole
hr- may hear the most evangelical! : -"Mrs' Hook and daughters arrived pas gone to Fort Lauderdale This
I
Catholic Church How '
tort of a gospel sermon and yet con' from Alabama tact Saturdl7momn class ha* made an attractive English at the
the Catholic of
find candles on the altar, and heat type religious life poster with ship and. alsoRngush
and have moved into the
exist and flourish in what he be. I
n prayer for dome departed lOut rules en (t. I II
I III'\'f'S l to be s Protestant sect All I' Feaster house on Pine street Mr Seminole Hotel
A'ost rut >lout the Eptscrpil
look and two sons have been net" I :
lilt Is puzzling to him.
< ,n., ''I .'",m o' I Protestant In 11, Mils Ray class line been ..Iudllna )'-
| All that WP have said indicates since May"Homer
r.. 0" 'i t ,11.'f'i or the word good English habit and has
'11 it the characteristic Hfe ando M Kny has accepted a,
'" l' i! mode several posters The girls
1'? 'tnnl t nu'tltfnt finch ark of the Fpiscop 1 Church can I position nt OJus" (Florid Cit> ), Dining Room '
""I/I' ,1 1 1 1' nave been organizing a baseball
< I 'i? nt '1"110,1 )f ,
1 {Mm" from n"ithrr 1h Flo- --The p.'cnts and j te.>chcri of team
f "i'' '1 he 1 pi" opnl C'ltt. h T (thn) Pr'I,t: ttrt .t mdi' M I I.. ,
1, t ,J>"- ,tu\ n", I fJ of I t ,f th thlrtf in to "I'i: I I"nl 1 r>" \Jttrttnitr 1 1" I ': i' .,I-,' I"t on OII ? 1' lit r, .., I" l' A-ix ,'loll1r'n , ptida MRS.: GUfeSIi JOINER
1 t' '> r I I' t \ ,, ', of I"
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,'"f< ..,,1.r : "',1! lij ,.f 1 fikt .1 .rd I') !Ali till 'd, I The .. ,
( 11"1.\ \ t: r'" 'a'p oJ] C"''lire'' I I'I'I : : : 'D .
,. ,1 t, I I i I v to p" i I' r Iot't" i, mrt I Wilson iii; ,1; vnt-pitwdent t t'l, tint. Mr. ;:. PL :....-;...;;;;.;,;;:;;.,,--;. ;;... ,.;;.;..-, : Lit all you-*want J --thpruebtays 41 ;

a' ( lurch' fi" "' 1 r t I
i v. ,' i <', ,,''I l>' f<"i I1)' ,it i 0" Cm the n azure I Derry i ; tii-j nnr Mr ClurlrBftKir NEWT.HALL ; the
<< Mrs Fred R.b same
set rotary
v 1 : ',, \ .d. the 1 1x I. '" ''ttntt he defined In any I .. Noun Pao ,UI t
",nhi- '" '.1 I', lie 1, leamlni .>lId I Iillfi. I I loch will give ut the key 11 t>on IRK INSURANCE "\....0 I

". riolatihrpnf" the 1,10'.1> I t h. Iii'( situation? Any one term I -"Charles Clinton arrived on KDft>EED LIKES 50c 75c $1.00

t'' "uirhmin,, with, the ntufll".,t,' ? 1 I It will define her position nnd Thursday morning to put then U N. Kreme Ave I

i "(inltli.n of symbolism. and Net ,i i ('lalm ? A churchman "'Jlllln.wer home on Broadway m readiness!I' se l
for the arrival of his father I(
she l l In not limited, to the of and
position t that there Is, and that the word 1*
mother, Mr. and Mrs A. D. Clinton
but I is Catholic I -
am one party in Catholicity For true CatholicityIs
that shIP holds all truth I who will get her in a weekor
of all neither Roman ear Protestant, s steiii
ten !'
schools. repudiating Individual but a system which holds the days atlJe6ttti a

only when they become protesters, truths of both Protestantism and I ISIM .

01 denier or Impugners, of her Romanism, while it rejects the ; L/A ,I
Catholic faith. errors of each. THE 'I

There I* a conspicuous fact Now It we assert that the Episcopal : }WI'

which, the Protestant will observe Church Is, by the providenceof

and will no doubt resent aa arrogance God the Catholic Church In the I

namely, that the Episcopal: United States we assert a fact !t
which can only be understood after .
Church speaks a* one having authority -M Yae
--an attitude which the I. careful investigation of church .
Protestants neither, 'seem to feel history and doctrine and an honest

nor aitert. This fact thai the i effort to overcome old prejudice

church doe speak with authority ; and misconceptions The very

must be accounted for In tome word, Catholic:, prejudices the c

way The church U denounced for Protestant against the church because s a ti r

Its arrogant tone, but surely! any to him It has always meant
system which comet from God I Roman Catholic. : He does not OL1E WREN YOU BUY THE 1UN6W '
know that Catholic: was the universal .
mid hold a commfsston to speak

in His name must peak with nuthitv I I name for the Christian ACKSONVILLEFLORIDA Why' take chancel with unknown razor
chum h for rentui lea before th" i
o", Jesus",id to His church: tie blades
thit ln'ar.1h iou 'tcu elh 1111"" : modern p",pal! "Ml'nil were ever| f'I4)'OUt money on known quality Y
feud of and for I 1500 be- ar sign ANOWWI.MM.iitNqy Frobak Jr.-product of the world largest 'S m '
years
,P''iw Prati nit stem 10 speak
for ,in. one nf the modern Prot- ,. ?_,COMFORT M A 4 blade maker. This blade is round, boned C1
t Ilh the force i "f conviction that .. .. b s. Limit.14.
"tent sect came Into existence vuli tob Wihnw and stropped by special proceia If* made
t ('v aw right 'r.n theIr own part 1 ; town 4dwimllc Every MM x 0:
t > uliii belief but an a nile no I HO that to be a Catholic in the ,nh MM,Nib* !h> e ts, .teal I to whisk off wiry whisker without the sligbtert > '
E M *
MM* M> y X (M.n.,1.
f'r,,,slant acct teaches a* if It held I In primitive! and upiyenol sense of seems <*4 r.eats Urn* R.5.9| lee skin-puQ or Ini ltloa. Yet it sell at 4
commission to teach Its own i I the word is to i* neither' a I Ml. on Mrv H *l* for 10
" treed by the authority of Christ I Protestant, nor a Romanist COCKTAIl All IOUNOI tONOITIONIO. CO'Ftl IHO* I II your dealer today and save money on shaves.PROBAK.
" CIMNO AND MtinNO tOOMt I
through a special historic com- I -
do Tim rriSTr'tnfi1 i iI ,
to Protestant
mlaslon so. Any '
Edward I Room it.oo soiUMnio 1
'sect can and does lay, "If you refuse ..1 40 UM UM W. 14 (MM IJJO
to hear my teachings you Real .. .. .".. BA t4S* I Iii
JvlU not have the right view of stiling-I I

. i Bible truth but no Protestant General J I' I
FLORIDA isott1 atiss MOEs sss0te
t sect can possibly say "If you rather yPr.
JUNIOR
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r. Palm. Ave BLADESA
to hear my teaching you op

put our Lord Himself because ( UOatKt CM mi acute 4 useitT tuei auxin, .
He sent me to teach you" Only I

that Catholic Church can say this i .- F
1 The tact that Protestants are often!i NeuenschwanderDr.

apologetic |I" their teachings, lays | Annie Mayhcw FitzpatrickGraduate
their whole system open to thesuspicion ,'

that It Jacks authority, B. Gonzalez
and that they ant quite conscious Oberlin Conservatory and Royal

of this faci8a

,. ,' the Protanttaklll pain .. wOPTOMETRISTS Conservatory of Leipzig

to study the Episcopal: C\urch,1 i

find Ira that mistaken the popular MM dlatorted aaliraata by oR HALCYON ARCADE PIANOFORTE ANn THEORY

*sdlcal misconceptions ,and, also lib I. FLAC1XR ST., MIAMI
:i Vt.t the church' th its oft or..nII I Redland toad, Near BIscayne' Drive Phone 1422P

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i.n'sd .a:.. 1.i lsirq,. nI f....f Nor... RATE: tint Insertion 104 a UM; subsequent Insertions i
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A. D. 1",. n. onwndtd ITanttinliijr oA r ebWl a.aUna ]
lUST BAPTIST CHURCH I METHODIST EPISCOPAL M. I..1- In Uw Oroofc Cast ol 'i
{ I tko UiMntk jndtrM Char Hi nnd folftodr
H.me t ...- 1'he Rev C. N.I 0OVTH C wW< TtarUn.' In CkMirw. In MatNrtslw

Walker, pall r. Sunday school at |' o1ea4-the Rev. J. J. Richards ] Caws .now.....wodtat n nottdn., wkrrrH, rorrorottM Ta. I FOR RENT !1 FOR SALE :

10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. i r pastor. Sunday school at 9M: ,rrP5da..1. nnd raw P. PJ.. ot (I.. FOR RENT Several, hundred I II FOR SALE JS Ford \truck, I *
_.. No. tt..t-t.,, AnnndonrtiUMd
invests
and 7:30: p. m.; B.Y.P.U. at ':30 : a. m; preaching at II a. m. and II DoC Uootor. M dlmrwd nr OMIdoMoo I acres land suitable for all truck'crops ;; ton, stake dusts, good
p. m. Prayer services Wednesdayat I: p. m. Junior League at S:30 p. m.; Md kl> ordrr to oaas.te sad MtM for Cooper HomtIIIt d. R. ROn
rent at $10.00
tko *, will ortrr for Mb. M MkH awe|I per acre;
MM
7:30: p. m. I HI League at ':15 pt m.; Senior Rd. N. of Silver .
lion M Iho klcholt" bkMw thowfnr Sol half cash, balance tram crop. Tklbott Vt mi.
Oct. It Morning sermons ; League at 1:15 p. m. Prayer meeting sash tar BnvJk saw | : Palm. (o8 If)
= : =1% tT.M per hundred acres. Part
s Oonrt nt DodV Co
"Why Do the Innocent Hare to ] at I p. m. Wednesday.Oct. .
tin City of ....1. Plorl.. between the j has never been cropped and liI t
Suffer with the Guilty?" Evening I 1* Morning theme: .hnnn of ohoon oVlMk A. M. n.d rMiVkotk i FUR SALE Compost In any
P. M. 34....... tho M. dn d,I therefore Ideal for tomatoes. On I
sermon: "The Gospel of -Tho Story of the .. ; on I nnxrnnt. Shipped In by B. U. VII-
....... ..17.11oo'I Bird Road (paved road)
scalar
Good Cheer." I evening theme "Christ's Ola- son of Hastings. Storage lot at
} of Und = In tko OOWM of Ond* ;
Happy Firm* Dairy. Only ten
service ". BnjM of ntanmiM.. tuorlknt *t II a
Oct. 13 Prayer gust of a Tepid Churchj : Modello. H. Hlggiitbotham, '
I ..Sown. .. { from
( .. tIf > mlttk business Section ofI '
subject: "Propbealea In the j Silver Palm CvmmnnUy Churchthe IS UK BDtaMM agent, Box MS Homestead.
.fof'o.'r"oJ.t I Miami. Call at Happy Farms i
MUM ) MMWwmf
Old Testament Concerning Rev. T. H. Norton pastor poa-at 1
nil of ,... Nip tt of BortnM 17, Town Dairy or write E. P. Frlpp. .
ChrbL" | Sunday school every Sunday a< 10a. .kl.. M Bouth. Ruse. 41 1116... Coral :
Gould*-The Huv. Noah Peterson I m.?; preaching. services on first, the N H of thr awls oljMid r l Gables Fla. FOR SALE House 4 apartments -
I
H, nil I is Dade'l'.ww.
poator. Sunday school at 10 'third and fifth Sundays at 11 a Florida Pastor, nod nerordllnT M I ,.....'" FOR RENT .- 10 acre glade and still South Kitmw avenue. ;

a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and '|'mand8p.m. "I record. I. plllt Ne k II. 10 acres hlgn pine. Mra. Chns.I Has good Imitation tile roof. Offered I
:
... .
7:30 B. Y. P. U. at, '00 Princeton The Rov. H. 0. Cow- public n r4 AI D. .arty. It7aIds. at a" attractive price. See ;
: p. m.; p. m. I rid .-.... lit a 4,4554.. of I I Camp. ( poll)
Prayer service at 7:30 p. ro. Wed- 1111. ]motor; Leo L. PoYSCI. Distant ",,,h plat dais nt rwiml In uU VlKl rno for details. Cameron. Phone 1

chow; nt 10 f.,...ty. .1.1,1., ron KENT mAP 30 7.. Homestoiid.
nesday. pa.tor. Sunday a. m .1011-
]i JOHN J trMUi'RY.AH . ..
'f, CATHOLIC pn\.imn at )I1 a. in. and 7'45 p. I Hi.rill' Hul r (i rhif>r.rv Ul.idi] 1 In' (d.J i \. Norwood It 1 II .
'0. t. bar I s 1111 .Hit ti, 1M7.I .> FINE COUNTRY HOMK.: 3 ai.rs
Church of life sacred Heart in every Sun luy. Rpwoitli] Lcngur.t ) ( poBlHOl'SE I

S E Second .<\r,>nue, Homestead, 7 p .------- .- i-Mitcm housf, 7 lo'int". I .I'' a
J tho Iltv. James c'loonm pistol Mt.THOIMST.( FREEholds 'I vuTrt ..nAI" "1't 'TIII.'I (fit TAX Fnlt!I rr.-l'; ( : 10 arrr'1 \ tidied 111,11] '. and hl.k )1.,,,, lie<, ,?' .;

i ,; Sunday mas at 0 .... m ; weAk Oat ( >ty-.Mi'. DDL- W.ir- I i tfc li<.r J.J.'I'nllftJ1. 1R'US!. f(>. Vo. 51(7 land ::515 .11' ,.C"rc J. I. II''on, : .sal.. ani :' nt., ;.' i
I NO I ( H (frVKW' 0,04at. N.I! I ( .II3I [) ):rise I I "I 'I,
rr.iss nt 7:45: : th ilk'. Sunday'tlioolSunday ] r II. i p.,> ; 'I Smvl.iy! ] whool ici .. ,KMhnl, r ..f ... a-.d l.iully _. ttaft''I r 1
folluwin.1; P Clock m.'.... 10 .I. m : preaching! 11. a, m and 1.' I". ... '. ..,. N.P, nil I l j--4 Ik711., -- -- --------- "I. Or klKIW pl.l't !I".n'() S; !".

Communion wonion the f.r.t 8 p, *, Junior meeting C.30 p.m.: i:, l-i"n nn'f J office,1v. ,A end ll I.food.. asd., I.( .fllivl M ,.'etl..n. !': FOR RENT nrr.m.me t.it.] '! d rn' (',1mt] ']11o,] Home 1 ii il 1
mid modern billiroiinHunning
Sunday of month; for men and,! Vnung Peoples' meeting 718 l fns I.. d..M tu 1 IIxiiH 1 ih'i tavw. 8kMrtlflcug /Phone 72.

boys, the second Sunday at month Prayer and class meeting 7:81): vmbrtciu the followtlM{ dnw-.k- witter 2 serer dpOI.h. .
,
,4 In id '
unme.rty r..unlDub, Starof
" Holy hour Thursday before first :1 "Iurid.. M. .It ... Newly painted Inside PINE LAND

t Friday,of month at 7:4: J p. mi Mass Thursday.PENTECOSTAL TON.' 0Ogeeale pe':; I''I and out. Garage, fruit trees 8 A. West Mowry SW per mre

) first Friday at 7:80 a. m. Benediction -j I Gould*Sunday school at 8:45: ; .p 0.4, star Film I.s. I OUple .nl)). W. W. Severy, cnre' 10 A. Epmore: Drive $tO per acre

r' of the Blessed Sacrament preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. i tea ..w"iC.:" .It.MWid;...' ta100 a.werd I 1 stead.ol Redd's Dry Cleaners, Itome-i iLP.GAJ4 10 A. Coconut Palm IM per iirre

after maG.CIIRISTJAN. I I HOMESTEAD PRESBYTERIAN H. M Iinli. iJ 30 A. 21-17-38 tlS per urn

SCIENCE CHURCH Homestead-Krome avenue at Values l MM Ml tttnW shall h* ewk.- J 1 110 A. North Krome Ave. f 10 per
4d W4liiii as m I
osPv fewHlK
I aee|
Florida CU-B.'OaQw" and N. 16th street; the Rev. E. L. Nelson >4 tluHvlil will b. sold b the hlltmt kM.w acre. Cameron, phone 71,

Sixth street. Sunday school at minister. Bible school al < a UK Court "IMHW dam .. the not NOTICES Homestead.
I Monday In the month of NavMihw, last
4 9:43: a. m. for pupils under 20 yean i 10 a. m.; preaching at' 11 a. m whirl to the lot ... .. NimntOT. HIT. I MISSIONARY

1 of ace; morning service at 'Young peoples' meeting at 7 p. m. Dated this slob .."> of HmMnbw.. IH7.K. 'IK Till CIVIL COUNT op twoBn orDADB STRAWBERRYplants
o'clock. Per-1! R. LEATHKRMAN, COUNTY. "PIXmn.* IM44.
Wednesday evening Cterk .. Olmilt Cunt I NOTICE OP BHERiprB SALE 40e a hundred. H. M.Loon .

vices which Include testimonials p.m.Oct. It Sermon topic D" County, rkirlte. MAKTYN LUMRKtt COMPANY, INC. Longvlew road, S ml. west

I t of healing and experiences and remarks ,] ':The Principle of Missions.* ClroaH Cmri (MlBT a.c.sTXRaxTr.D.0. I I. MrnoroUnn,Co.rAIIT.Plnlntlff TO, PIIIB and I mi. south of Homestead.

! j on Christian Science, I p.I Donald Cross will lead the (Oct. 1. I. II. M) I I I Dofondonk AMUSEMENT a .s'Ftntl.s..j (117-021)

I m. The public IB cordially Invited people meeting.5iIRITUALIST NOTice in Unit; GIVEN that L
young II. C. CX1LKMAN. oo BWtllf of Dodo FOR SALE Good metal inter
: to attend. / TfcMPLE: OF NOTICE Of APPLICATION rot TAX: c.a.... ,........ ..... and kr > I CHURCH OF CHRIST TRUTH ARID: I sell .. no.iHhm _oro bow* OM of lock shingles $4 a square. GoodL

Htea..FIr.t avenue and CII..... n..,. ,... M IMl rite N.. A-UII tho shore ontltlod Coors wo* tko Judo it H electric range $10. Q, R,
/ I Homestead--branch of Miami NOTICE l. HERBHT GIVEN tail Dm>U'' most entered ta UM ooo o .11>... MOOO,
I N. W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton Spiritualist Temple 6f Truth In 111......... holds it auto and County TCMtlfhato .fco.o Irrtod saw wo foUowIn dolirlllijroo Oldendorfs Plumbing Shop.
Nip MM losses. the' ln <.r > rtr, U-wK: a20-124)
mlnUter. Bible study at 10 a. m..1 I Woman's Club. 410 N. XV. Eighth .( Awwt. A. D. IML. hM flM. HIM I* UM U to It, I......... of Block. f.
t. communion fellowship and, avenue' Men's Bible class and my WflM, and .kM made .pplloo tlMl fa* l.lBKRCr CITY. a ooMKMiloo of Dads
preaching 11 a. m.; preaching at I It' 0.1 I I. tax .dad to ... Mend UMMM. bidOttlflMto county, t......., .-. .,. to ,lot FOR SALE Tropical plants, dtoorua
young F-pie's lyceum at 7:11: inbrMM UM ,..,_.. wrik." i thomrf, nxirdid In Plot Book 1..t trees and tropical fruit !msessori.
7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wed- m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hob. oii .4 nnwvrtjr ta UM County of Dufe, BUM pare Tl, '"f the Puklfe KMMd. of Dodo Jungle Grove Redlan
I of 51.14.. to-wit riorMo.no ,
nesday at 7:30: m. I Om.nl
p.
t' at 7:43: ; lecture and messages at Low 10 and II MiMollo.' Pkl Rank I the. property of tho ...... earned do.fondoot. road and Plummer drive.R. .
CHURCH OF GOD 7:31': I !.. 55. In firs County of Dwto ,, DIXUC AMUSEMENT COMPANY!
IlomesUtd- N. W. First Posts of riurUt. ;, s torporukni ond that .. bawls, Our IMdor
I. Live
The aaee.nat d M4 import. .... of II........ A. D. I"'. kotvon tire RED FRYERS- or nretsed.
a avenue J. It Dodson, minister.gl Will Try to Induce the. ..... mirinit. kmml wu In DM HUM ..... bonn of Asia, noMolr .-., o'clockIII Free dcliveiy city. Phone
Sunday school at '::45 a. m.; air M. C. Manln.Unkw IoM.I lea formoM sea two .'....., ,In tea 8J5-M. McEwen Poultry FlunU
Rapid Plant GrowthBy MM .cortlflnto ikill .. t .""".-. on MM door. nt Uw. Houtli. Front
preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p.m., .4 ._1.. to .... the .mrn -arib. the of Uw Coort 11_ In Minn), Dale -
Junlar Y. P. at 6:43: p. m. Prayer Using Chemical: : od therein. will at ioU to U ktaknt kiddor -, Count, Florida, I will offor'Sor uUnt and FOUND
.< the Court hoooo drat DO the fist all pukllt eatery to Uw Wkoot end
) meeting 7:30: p. m. Wednesday. aalne.vUle."OL'T; 7 A. study ot Monday In UK nwnth of Nomtkrr, last bat .' tor the -
\ CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 1 which b the lot day .. November, Inr shot. darrlbed :=:..:; :: :.r- FOUND = Bundle of bedding i n

lIome.teadThe Rev. W. J. the Influence of hormono-llko voted that t>>4 dor W l.| )-"'-. IMT.B. .. d the aid. detesdaM be .tJOfP said an&eutlow Federal highway. Mra. Joe Lake

I:. Parker, pastor. Sunday school ati chemical substances on the prop-I Clash.: B, of LIATHKRMAN Clmlt C .w,0., j! D. a QOLEMAH. Naranja Flat (pod)

':43 preaching at 11 a. Passion of plants Is being undertaken Dodo eo....",. Murido.! .. ._, of liodo County Klorhta.Mr .,
: a m.;
\ m.1 by the Florida Ulroult Court (oil I IBr j R. O. HARKNKBtt, Uoptitr _nt..
k. and 7:30 p. m.; N. Y. P. S. N. o. BTeDRcrr D. VICTOR r. UKILEYAtlornor
Junlor meeting at 6.SO p. j Experiment Station, It is annaunc-I IfloBt. t* Oct. 1: I. JlilI far flnlntlff.Oet. HELP WANTED
is m.1 S. II. II. It IN"NOTII'
ed by Dr. H. Harold Hume nisljt- I I I.
i Prayer meeting Wednesday evenIng WANTED Young white woman
7:30 ant director of research. Recent NOTICE OF APPIICATION ro* TAX ,
: p. m. OP MAHTKRH SALE experienced cook for restaurant.Box .
have much interestIn DEED |'
brought
Princeton the Rev. C. A. Con- >*ors I Chapter lt..,. Area of IML Pit. A-MM.! NOTtCK IB HKHKHV GIVEN that In ML Florida City. (.31=)
don, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45: this subject throughout the NOTICE! II HF.REBY lIVEN ,limit rnnnnneo (if tno Visas DOOM dot foroclnuro -
and interesting results arc Ins, R. Jhonwoon. batter of Btata'widCMffilir ontorod on UM. ISrd dnr BopU -
preaching Bt 10:43: a, m. and 7:30p. country, TK Cortlfleoto. it.. IMO U w4 I bo,. 0\. D. '",. In Mto Utm>k Court WANTED-Some hoiwst-to-go
m. Junior meeting at 6:30; young anticipated In the Florida w9: <-k. I too lot day of Amurt. A, D. I"'. tio fllnlMmi. nf the Ehwnth JII'"..... funk In and. for ness man and wife to share my
The Boyce-Thompson Institute! In moofflo, sad but made oaoHoi-i Und Count. rlnrUn. In Ch.nr.rr. In that
people's meeting at 6.30. Prayer I Yon far o tax deed to be Liooil tb re.e.I arrtnln rnuM sun pending whmln Tax home this winter. Sleeping man
'" meeting Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. for Plant Research has jpiovlilcd Bold Certificate the Mlowlnirdrooribod orvko H....... I..., n Florida mrpomtlun. entrance from porch um et
I' r fellowships! for two student Priority--0. of Doikv I. hi .. John B. Murnn.nl. .
i, EPISCOPAL 0"11-1! sate of )'''''''do. to-wtti I II ... .. anPklief.nda. 'Dooloot Ho.tntBt. kitchen, bath. Cheap rent Ernest -
8t John's-S, E. Second avenue lid K. Plank nd.James Lab 11-11. HIiMk It. Falters H'lh. tko nndtnlcnod MnMrn M .tnrtod T. Rhodes, box (3, NlllltJI.Ja .
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street Homestead'the Juniors In the college of agricul I hands. tad Add., a auk: riot Book (. I II or each nWr.o and In oMrr U .-
t and Fourth will otter far ria. (pea)
pon 101, (I. the Count? of Undo. Btw I MIHTO And Mthfy the MOW
Rev. Milton B. Sackett, vicar. ture. The research will be con I of Phx4w Mb nt puklk ..' ... ta the klrhoit. Wd.r _
and sermon Sundays ducted in the experiment station The iin.imiiit of MM roo.rt oniirMM ..> lk r far far nuk, "before the Baulk
Morning prayer .
MM ooruricoto fcMod was In the name doer nf tho County Court Homo Dodo MISCELLANEOUS
at 11:00; holy eotnmunio every horticultural department's laboratories of I I. W. LIU. 1 county Plarldn, in tko CUT of Mlnnl.Plorliln. .

Sunday at 7:30 a. m. and first and will be directed by JohnV. v.... MM otrtlfl..M* shall M Mi.i....ilorardlo l krtwoon tko been of .-. o'rtack
to hw too pnvottr donrlktd, A. M. nnd two gVlork P. M. M Monday, PIANO TUNING and sealrlag.
Sunday ol month dt 11:00: ; other Watkins assistant horticulturist of A. D. till that
therein will W sold to UM khrhow kkUwol tko lot day Noo- iikM
Good used for kkie:
holy days at 10:00: a. m. Young with the college.Dr. the Court know door o. the fast Mon.dM MrUIn Farm nf lad Hnnl...d In thiCwntr piano d M|>
Sundays Hi the month of H_.... ,..,. whtok 1 of no k.. Stan nf ""... .., nforrMM.dnrrlb.it W. E. Koon. 111 N. W.3s1StWANTED
Peoples Service League, Hume says the project pro!)- lo the IM d.r of _... IMr. M Mlawn.' to-wltl, ,

at 10:30 a. m..BTANGCUCAL. ably will run for four or five years, Dead that and dor of Bmloinb... ail W".III1-.
B. B. LRATHdHMAM.Uort BoHInn of Coral Onnkw. luhitwMJ .
CHURCH end will concern primarily slants of Clmlt Court d.ndtea NWM of Disuse IT. Town. _
d I
St. 'JehsjV-vBedland; the Re* of peculiar value In Florida's hor! bad* Carats POlw4. onto M SIMM. Bnnm 41 Knot ononlIk. WANTED Listings of houses
am Clause Sal .lflli.. Iko 8W (, nf tko. sow t4 "o(
Services ticulture.. By SI. D. MR: 11110". D. C4BQJJ. SMtkw It. nB ta Undo CotH.lv, Plorldn.nndwnwdlni and apartments for rent HenryBehrens

It. OM. I. .. 101)i i10TICI ) ta also tkm.it. W.rmordta JL.Senj.'W. Morris, N.
rue Honk W PUN In, ma-
day at I p. 1ft.'IUTJlODIST. LEGAL NOTICENOTICE area of Undo Cooat). : ad Krome Bve. north of 19-ctnt

EPISCOPAL OP APPLICATION roB tAI: t OMordn| ta dMIrntton '.. sank Out store; phone M. (alg-U)
OS APPLICATION fOB TAX dil* of rawnl ta MM Dndo Jooogr,
Chavchotho ._
Florida City cemnsmlty DUD Clr.Pm.7/Of A'O'"L PHo A-tilL' "...... -
<< Rev. C Q. Nelson,;; paster. n>ooM> IT4,. Arm of tail PIle A-UII NOTICE IB NEARBY GIVEN lint JOHN I. MKDSrr,

Church school at 10 a. nLj preaching NOTICE M HEREBY GIVEN list 0.... Alfred .. BumMv holder nf BMta an ill I An II--.4: CUnornr.Orlootr HUT Home
a
Oownty Tn. Cnrtlflooto No. 4IM taimd-Ool ( I. r. In l 1)RKI
at 7:3 p. m. Midweek prayer nf Autaot. A. D. IW7.
.-and Bible study Wednesday at of A A. D. IMI. hM rated MOM tal = ta my offl>o. and kno onM.= I IX f'OCNTY' uloon, I'm'aT' DADE Buy Grove Land ,
: ,,
> .ark. nnd hot Mdt W"loll. for far n tan deed to ko brand I I OUNTY FLOMIIIA
7-80.' a tar .dad so be w.sd. M4 New .Cmrrtanta. onikMeM KM MJowtncIoMorihod err AT* OP iukwt o. "UIIo_ Buy Glade Land
Inedla.L. Community JCbBrek DrrUfleMo oMkmoon tk followtnir: dWrlb.d o,.o.rtr ta.t** -- iMaf -.. '.11. a. o. Willmar, 4.e.s.w6N.ew .
the Key. c. O. nelson, pastor. > Property ta tko Conntj. of Dodo, guto Btnln of Pbrldn. towltiV of 'inlnlln .. Mnko ApoBnllinPor It IB say lira belief<< that kl tr
nt ftartonM M.wki 1, Stock I rtortkwMt 810'''''. Phil DkjrkoronMotM
Church school at 10; preaching at \ .. ......,.. Plat seek .. saw 27' PWi Rook. tl. Pan> u, ta Iko c:.... : b kMkr (Iron tkntl have Had er prices are Isnsnlawsit.
at UII: Midweek In tknTW t.mIr: d 0... won.4 I'ItM1oIoo. d lIMo, w0. we I'tMWo. wr final nips,. Cod nxnln |oc FlnnlDlorknm
)]< Eirworth League !.... intnf MM Ntnwtr nndorIW The ems-eat d said. ,.pear wd.r .. AocWorT tnorator of tko. Dent ejvdbkif about p r%& i
prayers and Bible stdy MM oortiflcnM Inoord woo ta tko nomo moo Mid oortlf..rte based ... S tko MO wines nf ..-. e. WII..... slim. a O.WlUhmo. Dent wall

Thursday at 7:30.Tomes oft-w |... Uskoewe, j d.as. t nod MM on the lido ,Bay sww.
MrttflMU skin W ...-,I u.... Mk, MrUflmto Won kt --1 nu nf OnKrknr IMI. win >.onlr< M the
ra = aft.Io.w' Iloreporty 4sib.4 M sonorities ta low tko prwrtr daeMM4.Hnnnmklo W. j'.meas.k des Judge TeiH thank: sae for title Bg
was .. sat he blithe* ofcMirit Ikorota will M aIJ to Uo Tio*"'t kMdrrt of Ondo Conntr. ........ for approved ofMM Patient a few months knee
tea CM horse door on Iho. lire Moo.tap tko cases "hove toot .. to. first ._! ftnnl nvort nnd for fl... dim ba.rl MAm
Floret Hoov ta the Momh .. 11_... 1m. which day ta tho worth nf N_.... IMI, wkkkk : llhnr tlMntnr Of tko .Mto ot SWkoHO. JI.A.fcameron
In tko lot day of NooMikir. IMI. list lot day of Mnnnlii. IHT.Itatad III-. ojloi .. 8. WUIInpo, ..
SERVICE based this Und door of --., nl'. that Itlk day .. -..-.... 1041. "..
M-BK AMBCIJINCE a. a. kEAtHUMAK. I I BI I I. LEATJlIIIBAIf.: This IHIl our of ...-..,. HIT.CASPK .
Lady Attendant a.Dalai Ctmnlt ConrW. ; I Clark of ClronH eo.... WILUAnl
? Co Phone 364-R Homestead, Ha. Civilian, Cov. BM ClrowM coma .... ', O. W 111".Utoo" K. O. W 111"4. '- .. .
JO M. C.L t7 cm.ft'''" _.... _...JWac.Fa'r'' .. .. r. .. -
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_. Page: .Twelve THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday: Oct. H.1987:

I :t- Aid of Local School Children Enlisted j '. b.

r To Reduce Farm and Home Accidents : Maxwell 0 Exccll

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-- :i house l 1, f Salted
To comb the shay) ripe in the, forms are listed farm bar-rods and
I home and term work accident rata' school children residing In rural SODA
areas will unsafe feature .
Inspect
t the American Red Cross enters the,
J Ji Coffee
of machinery, animal. home work Crackers
etfeet i equipment and other Item which
jl jlI'
to cut the death and Injury might MUM accidents U not used 1 1
toll rewlttn tram accident In DM with extreme car*. .1 Ifs l n ib pkg
torn and to agricultural plll'lUita.'Ie .I' Teachers and educator
miWoa school etifldreb os-operating wholeheartedly, 11I41 20
C
29c
tnobUlaed by the Bed Cress, will I horn accident prevention I* being
remove. home and tam work hazards mad a classroom project i. many I
under the direction of parent instances," Mr Bleler said
Lake
during 1 STto Th Dad County chapter is dig- LONG ISLAND IRISH Twin
It3e home accident fatalities Uibuting 40,004 inspection forms to': 10 Apple I Butter
increased to 38,500, surpassingeven school children la the community,I' Potatoes :l6c
deaths from UtmmeNet," and Junior Red Cross members in lbs. 15c
Theo J. Bieler. chairman of the the schools will form the nucleus i 1ge jar. .. .. ... .. {
I of the clean-up brigade pledged to, I
South Dade chapter of the Red ANY BRAND
All Good
Cross Mid today He added that do everything possible to make It ,
oreupaUooa CataliUe In connection -i I difficult for home accident to hap-I PEACHES
with arming bad also lOam pen. Mr. hider had blanks dl.1 .- MILK 3 tall cans 21C \
to 4,800 aa Incrtaw oC 100 over 1 thributed this week to the pupils No./can.
IMS. i of the Homestead Redland and I II h 17cI \
"In IMS Red Crow chapter In j|Florid City schools. |I COUNTRY ROLL
nearly every county In the nation,!I The Red Cross Inspection form!: Juliette t ,
I deal. with hazards of floors, stairways ,1.1
participated la the safety pro- -
I BUTTER lb. Meal Grits
38c or
grim," Mr. Blair stated. 'Trom porches, household appliances ) ;
I : and equipment, tools. and110Y16 ,
the valuable experience of this effort -
5 lbs. 22e
It was 1II.mbat all communities -,i fires, trash firearm, foodstuffs -,' . . a
poison, Pure Gold guaranteed Plain or .df.rblnr -
were In need of the service -' garage and yard / :
and this year all chapter will On IU reverse side are listed farm, FANCY
again join In the horn and farm hots! and farm work hazards line: Flour 20 lb. bag 75c RICE
inspection." agricultural accident: outnumber
Pointing out that the Red Cross all other occupational mishaps J
campaign meet a vital need Mr. Urging that parent and house.holders.to JEWEL 5 lbs. _oo __ ._ 22c
Bleier said that according to Na- take time to oversee the
tional Safety Council statisticians :safety effort of school children Garden Patch 'J !
.I not only wen UJM persona killed who bring home the Red CraM LARD 4 li$. 45c '
M the result of horn accidents, Inspection form Mr. Bitter said. Corn NibJets :;
but that 170.000 were permanent Traffic accidents occur on the "
ly !Injured and more than,000,000 highway where everyone may see can _..... .. 15c
otherwise hurt the lad figure rep- ',them and profit by their object
MienUnf nor than half the injuries *I''lesson, but home actldent are I VEGETABLES Fresh Meats
resulting. from all types *f' neither displayed nor talked about. Peas
accident i This t* why their danger i* particularly ,Garden
Student la parochial private great It i* difficult Ie \
and public schools are taking part I associate danger with the horn." SPINACH Boned and Rolled 2 cans. ..u r 27c f :
t according to the local Bed Cross. "
School children will be given Red I Mel Attend** Veal Shoulder HEINZ :
Croat inspection form and with t Tacher "Now Robert, what 2 Ibs. .. _. 19c 4 '
th* supervision of parent, will go :ar* you doing learning something .r lb. .u... .. 31 Chili Con Came 1 ,:
through their home from cellar ?" York Cooking
s to attte to cheek cm hazards. On I Robert* "No sir;nn listening to City Chick I 1g. can r_ : 19c f',
th* revert* tide of the inspection :you,"-Edinburgh Dispatch. APPLES
Sticks }
I Drum Campbfopo.

51bs. . 19c
h. each . . 5c Tomato Juice

Sacrifice Sale of I Thotnpson's Seedless Western 3 cans . .5c ,''":

GRAPES Round Steak Large RINSO .........2ie a

21b S. . 15c Small RlNSO ...-...... Ie
Ib 28 ,
USED CARS I .. .. C :,

Firm Crisp \ :"t-: Chuck Both for ..........._.......23c '

LETTUCE ROAST FREE Vegetable ,


2 for ... .. .. ..15 Ifs ... .. .. ... 24c Shredder CRISCO:with _,


Fresh Garden 'Vatern Rib 3 lb can ... 57c
PEAS or Brisket

,; 2 lbs. .. . 25r STEW Armour' Star

Long crisp lb. .. .. .. 15r Peanut Butter ,
2 lb. jar .. 29c ;
CELERY Fresh made Pork Meat
CbeRo ;ewra JERSEY

5 bunch . .. 12c Sausage KETCHUP ,',

r I r Nancy Hall lb. ...... .. 28c 21Jt. bottles .. 25e .

Sweet Potatoes Sliced
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KELLOGG'S

5 lbss u__. 22c BACON CORNFLAKES
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lb. ... .. 39c
Sno-BaU u. .ISc
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Stc saWowV Cauliflowers Chipped Beef Miracle Whip

lb. ... %c pkr 13c
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Firm Ripe Local Fresh Dressed
Dry Black Eye .
BANANAS
FRYERS PEAS
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3lbs. ... ..... 11c lb. ... .. .. 35c 31bse rr.rrrr 19c

Honey Dew All Brands
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PRESTON B. BIRD I MELONS O4eol targarine Tomato Juice '

large-eacll 2k! 1b. .......oo.- 28c 4 fdaRt CUB _..25c.,

MOTOR CO. I Large Bunch Tender Dt.Kdous i. Del de. FJat

CARROTS Cib ed Sf.s JELLO

4fi S. Kroatc Ave. Phone Opposite Legion Hill I 2 far -...-...ISe each ........ I'' pkgs.. --h.I9t :


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