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 Material Information
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: September 8, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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System ID: UF00087294:00243
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOL. XXVII-No. 36 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS






Limes, "Pears" Return $375,000A








1 f : : : Year. ; Nearly All Spent ini.Dade' .



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FRUIT QUEEN Local Call for Disaster Volunteers Relief to Chairmen Report Tonight Issue NEARLY $2,000,000 INVESTED ,




TITLE IS IONBYVERADELK Person who will volunteer their they can be counted on to Airni h. IN PRINCIPAL FRUIT INDUSTRY
cervices and the, use of peeded The request was mad publicby
equipment for hurricane or other General Chairman Preston B.

disaster relief are requested to Bird at the suggestion of A. F. Arthur I

meet'at 8 o'clock tonight in Legion following his appointment ss OF SOUTHERN DADE COUNTY
hall with committee appointed chairman of the transportation
last Friday night at the organization committee. He pointed out that it
meeting of the newly author- would be advisable for his com-
Redland Girl Is Voted
ized South Dade unit of the Dade mittee tohave representativesfrom THE WEATHER $310,000 of Income Spentin

First In Chamber'sBeauty County Disaster Relief Committee., the various communities of Oet.W _..... ,.e.rt ., at salutes ti County, Brooks
Contest ThoM who can not attend the the district with equipment that Z....... .tioa. 11--. 1'_ Tells Club
.< meeting are asked to mail a postcard would be available foe use in the u.L. a.. .Ie
PUBLICITYCAMPAIGN to the chairman of the -committee respective neighborhood This '
they feel best fitted to .serve view was concurred in by the Sept L_.._, 93 T1 29.98 .40 UOO WORKERS GET
IS CARRIED TO MIAMI stating what service or equipment other committee chairmen, who Sept. I __. 'T 89 30.00 ..01Sept.I $60,000 DURING YEAR 1

were appointed by Mr. Bird M .1 70Sept. -
Placards Herald Virtues follows: 4 _M_ I. 61 30.07 ...
Foreign Importations Believed
__ 81, 89 30.02 .04 -
COUNCIL FIXES Sept.l
of Area's Avocados Radio communication I.. C.
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Sept. 8 __. 88 T1 30.Of .01 on Steady
Dodd, Homestead Irving Lyon,
and Limes ; Sept 1 _....... In 61 80.111, 1.28 DeclineThe
37 MIL RATE Florida City,

t Miss Vffa Dells, who live on Shelter, Jess Cossman Home- Persian lime and avocado

i Bauer drive east of Richard road, FOR NEXT YEAR stead. AVOCADOS.NOW Industry of the Redland District
wa proclaimed Queen Llme-Avo- Food and clothing Wm. i. Genlmo representing! aa investment of
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.,, .do, test, night a* a result of I Florid* Cllfc... : about $2,000,00, returns approximately
.beaut/'I8bieitvance contest VKkh climaxed'the An acree..eP'"thiiJ Distribution, 'Fiul L e e a t r ,)WHIN REACHOF $373,000 annually to IB*

of.LImeAvocadoWeeks tax rate at 87 mills for the fiscal .Homestead. I growers, declared J. R. Brook, a
;year of 1939-40 was reached by; Police and sanitation. Chief of ALL PURSESBy leader In the industry here, lit a
She bested a field of eight who eoundlmen eta meeting Tuesday -. Police O. H. Sullivan. Homestead. talk before the Homestead Rotary
competed with her for the. regal night Rescue work, Toy Hobbs, Home- Club at noon Wednesday

title at the Seminole Theater Miss Budget of the various city departments stead. MES. 8ADA IIOBSOW
i The meeting was given Over to
LaNelle Roger and MUs >Mostly for the coming Registration and records, M. J.
year The Florida Avocado season Is the observance of Ume..voeadoWeek.
Sever were and Gessler Homestead.
runners-up won ,
totaling $82,850, received the
ap- B. C. J. Pur
Frank Rue
now at its height and avocado are
the title of ladieslnwalting.Mis Communications, W. R. Anderson
proval of the council The budgetswere
and' and Mr Brooks composed the
being hipped by truck, train man
Delk was "crowned" with Homestead.Fuel .
I diamond ring which was dipped I Councilmen prepared Thomas and presented E. KIrby by (gasoline, oil, etc.,) A. C. boat to the northern, eastern and, commute in charge. The dining
decorated in and
western market hall w. green
on her finger by Thomas E. KIrby, Deputy.
Frank B. Rue and W. R. Bird.
The avocado I* no more considered white, and the menu Included lime
president of the Redland District of John Brown
The largest Item on the budget Survey damage, ,
and avocado salad.
a luxury but a necessity fill, limeade
Chamber of Commerce, which list was $31,160 for maintenanceand Naranja; Alex Hemming, Goulds;
hi the diet as It contain many "Of the $375,000 received from
sponsored the fruit exploitation I Ed. Norman, Homestead Paul
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operation of the city
power sale of fruit, approximately
essential to the
food vitamins that are
week. Miss
Roger and Miss Haley Florida City.
and water plant. Estimated revenues "
Is in Dade County.
health.As $310,000 spent
Sever received verbal recognition I Public Information Ben Afthet
during the coming In-
year
an Important food, the avocado Mr. Brook said. "In the district
for their success. and Phil Mullen, Homestead.At .
cluded licenses, $4,000 fine andforfeiture
; Inasmuch with there arc 2,100 acre of avocadosand :
The contest followed the regular the suggestion of J, D. Redd, 1 It unique as
*, $1,930; light and water
of Persian 11mes.For
water, it Is able to sustain life Indefinitely 1,800 acre
1 motion the theater picture, The entertainment contestant of (Continued on Page Ten) (Continued on Page Ten) alone. It 1* easily digested these the grower use 4.500

dressed in evening paraded by children and Invalids tons of fertilizer yearly, costing
gowns It Is valuable to diabetic becauseIt $157,500, and to pack their fruit
l on the stage and then retired. They FIRST COMMERCIAL AVOCADO
ha the lowest sugar content of they use 273,000 lugs costing $21-
were followed by severs! act of
vaudeville headed by Steve GROVES'ESTABLISHED IN DADE any known fruit It requires no 500, and 90,000 quarter boxes..costing
$13,100 About 1,200 employees
Brodie, former AI G. Field min- cooking or other complex pre
It comes In nature's own of the growers received
e itril man. AT START OF PRESENT CENTURYan paration.
Selection of the 'queen wa by package, thus avoiding aU danger $00,000 in wages. Miscellaneous
contains hardware, building materials, gas*
\ contamination; and It
written ballot.
If'had been
announced
the ttsra.s from nwMa Airinltunf E*, account by Martin Fernandez every vitamin 'from A to E." The One, oil tires, automobiles, rent
originally that choosing .
rrlmnt Itatlm sun u. No. III.
of Her Majesty would rest in (Now wrt .t .ri.t) de Enclsco In his TJuma de Geo- avocado U a natural salad food groceries and so forth are" purchased
grafla," published In IS 19. In with a characteristically rich: at a cost of $90,000.
the hand of judge selected from
The\ avocado, like and tobacco
artu An Interesting fact about the
i enjoyed by
which
among out-of-town The speaking of the fruit of Col- nutty flavor *
ballot plan later wa person adopted. was unknown to the European ombia, h* mention "one which everyone. lime and avocado Industry I II that

Spectator of the contest received world until after Columbus look like an orange and when Price for the last few yean about 00 per cent of the product Y

their ballot when they purchased made his voyages. Research ready for eating become yellow; haw enabled all to enjoy this are shipped to northern and midwestern -

their ticket of admission to the into the literature by Popenoe the Inside I II like butter and of lovely fnrft market by truck Mr. 4
theater The ballot were counted marvelous flavor. A 'few years In 18Z the first grower*' organ- Brook laid. H* pointed out theM
show that the earliest written later Gonxalo Hemandet Oviedo (Continued on Page Ten) (Continued on Page Ten)
(Continued on Page Ten) i record of the avocado I* found In
who also saw It In Colombia,
wrote of it a* a "pear", but wa ;
;W. K. Walton Avocado Industry Pioneer careful to'state that it wa i pear First Persian Lime Grove Started in

In shape only. The fruit had been I

. I.' Of Re aid District, Is Taken by DeathW used Indians for of a very Central long America time by and the Redland Area in 1927 by J. J. L Phillips i


.-"... adjacent portlta of North .? HAH. .. ITIPTAMl, 1898,Walter Swingle shipped to
Yllam' Karl Walton, 58, plo- Waldln Kirs. and South America before the
near drive by E. A D'k C.."t Adfcdtml Asnt the Department. of Agriculture
neef' 'Redland District avocado Froscher reader of the Florida Spanlarda came, and an account Although the Key lime has beenknown from Algeria Citrus Umetta and

grower and nurseryman, and the I'City Christian Science Society. written in 16S3 by Bernardo Cobo since'th. Spa" landed in In the description mentions that
y first man in the Redland District The Royal Palm Lodge of Maseru :a priest who had travelled :Florida, and salt PeftiMn Urn at I this Urn grew wild in Santo Domingo
,of Homestead had charge of the in troBlctl America, xjepis. widr ,foil a* JttijHf a {century yet only and son.tat'it. resembled
to grow avocados on a commercial service at the Steve In Grassland I cate Wm that already ,during tHe pat ttjirfi* iris the the Persian Hm '." ,ing m Pier- ,
Bale. died, Saturday In a hojpital Memorial Cemetery, MIami. : tine the thru pl't'lK'n110rll"!
| Ahe\llle. N. C. I Active pallbearers 'MreG<.,don tunl races were! well dil, 'Mcnti- .llel1 up to ..:" c it. and tbe lime sr>i' it'd, IOtyg,.

A ,-Ottllwl1edf", SVllnirp I, .... C' J Pirman, Dr F'x.'nk "I..d. I i Key limes, "It' "II" ti,:nlh 1le, sl.riie On '! ') area WIN,.
had to V,1 "', ; H Hw.drd Johnson ,,, rill ,..., 1.1 Miniwrfv!'
rind o iranTo ; "" i. .11 P. J ', The fruit was km\vn to the !'as U'Y"J"' I t I t: QI I' I
ti for tile (op u tin ''I l n .Im 1 >11/I Ih ri'i ,. "'I'i, W H. Bird, W J.I I'''Spini: \>.'% cii'iui,mdoKs it., Mi'aleoI I eomnu'rd"I 1 I ? "u.. .y C l.- ., 11,01, ,'h 1 't ,r 'Itl :
his prop}: ft\;C' J .'",' .0 c '. Hv i Clk i d"! J 11'11 W1,ill", ,n .. i its ,nl Silu i, '.ur- urneiJAlthon, ., d ',' ,-... -
bad own In ill .. .. ,, .' n,' n 'J I,
j K' [ 1'01,11' '; : f\.., .t i=_ 1, Lulls it u, UM.I ti, ,11't''dc >
yenry ,I''land Disui' t ,,",x.ndO. Mr. Walton this nnnxin Ih cot r,.. I' rome 11,' I" 11/, i I I' t ,I'N "J :,,;,. ../1 { '''II

FurH'I,1I .t.' \ i;ft \' .if c.'n" luclcilt ,opera h'd ,< < t ,i of ,i..icwiat ,- lot r .thud ate," it ii tcnuun in 1 1\1 1. .net I, t i t I ,
.' if 90 tl I c'rell jr tt the I' a ct.n' e un Re.l\ n.A',...., I (Continued M Pue Ten) j I IL I (CuDttnuvd 01 line Fiv) mlnM'- io'. 1 anthem i. 'lif 1 1'II 1 l ,. I I .w. '1 ?





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Paw Two THE LFAD Friday. September ft, 1S39


of the team* men came In In the! ..
Lumbermen Bunch :base The bits.attires.a. recodeb: I(Tuggles Fans Ten .. Brooker tallied once In the!t HEART ATTACKPROVES


Hits in 3 to 2 Win, ...... A..roA.i tC But Loses 12 to 8 fourth Horn and Hated once no la error the during seventh.the\ FATAL

..:= : : : : : :' tin and Brooker counted five.One .
Over South Miami .. --. I 1 is I In Perrine Scrap of Brooke runs was made I

to.: :s::: e--s- : : : : a7lt.b S when C Sullivan left fielder, connected TO It IL EWING
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--- for a home run. Home
Exemplary mound work by both'opposing -- "' : : : t : :' Despita the fact that Tutfles.phcher
== _=: for fanned players couldn't get farther than
pitcher marked the paw c.- __ -. .i, walked bait his first with their: batting activities.I Funeral service for Hugh H.
11. and two
between South Miami and BrookerMonday T. 1" t men IX farmer and fruit
Ewing grower
night on the local dumoodbaH -,' __ I 1e ar. ,I,learn took m lJ-lo-4 low from Per. The scores Homestead who died Tuesday l'l'of
t lot fat which UM local rise in the first of a doubleheaderat
at the Fort Graduate hospital will
Ib.i. A..POAt
team look the heavy end of a = .AsC Is : ies.w.Y the diamondban park Friday __ .
lr R""" lb a I I 1 a e be held at 10 JO o'clock this morning -I
night L .._ r t .
\ ..*.1 count -: : : t : ai :! ...c.-a.-.. .. . at the residence on N. K.
r The lumbermen bunched.their L w.reww, a. : : f :1 Deal,pawing them over for F rrtoe ....... -----.- . .. Eighth street Burial will be In

tallies in I single toning, the;I r'aim.&Yi.s == i i I i' ::1 fanned two and walked: twa =:t"'oi-=:: : : : It : Palm Cemetery Naranja 1
+ third. The South iamlani scored, nl.asaA.sdAni.w : C W. Carter who helped Tu(.I I. .. __ .. __ I 1 stricken ,
Mr. Ewing was with
..... ren. ___ . I, a
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once In the sixth and again In the! =-- : : t : : glen out on the mound clouted out .. .de ____ I a e a a heart attack white on a busbies

seventh. Then were lea baa bits a.rd __ I I.I a I .IQ .IIL i.,'a boon run and wag the only runner .1--s4 1. -- 1 ..! ..! ..! ..eu call at the Jeffrey lumber mDL '
divided between the two squads a.- who pawed first on a T ___ 'I I He died shortly after his arrival j
but none of them attained any remoteness "- t a e0ck. sing 'at the hospital. Members of his
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from the socking sours!I -...-.. I" o I a T t[ At the beginning of the M_ .. __._Aa. a. .11 I ro. A. family said he had not complainedof
It was ant of upmeI lawhicty ;........ '. I Inning Ferrite was. trailing South Y _...-- i feeling in and apparently\ was
'- 4. 6' at 411 1Ter..w = _:: : : t 1. 5 5ankh. ti
an beat hits were stack -- ; ,'i ,,jaliami S to S. But theIIOt Pwrinen ,. .. (" a..1's a 5 In good health when ha left horn.

C W. Carter pitching for South I I Why,.....:ww -. c. | in the groove and began con j 1 .) =:::= t : tt : Mr. hint was a native of,

Miami fanned four mess white CIL Or Cam: I tiIJI. Seven man crossed home ., :s :: t: t l : Rushvilte Ind. and cam to a "
b7 ca.ff .r-
OWL k1cD..6 aaca..Yad
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his sent threei," Ute trams ended.
opponent
Caves I. 1' 0. a.. a..f aaaaaaw. ___ aQ homestead west of Florida City 30
beck to the dugout c.wr.-ell rVrrine made two>> base hits, clw/yw. a -- . .I rears ago. He was actively engaged -

three to feed and Cave walked w..b.su r s e I lw ..I white South Miami made 10.There 7___ _.__.D 21 in agriculture until the time
I
II.&. .....,. _. I 1 were eight errors evenly divided : of his death. A gradual of De-
There was only a stogie error1! c:. CW-. IL r..-.4 1 f : }: ua. .(betw'e'en' theme Tee%..U*.*..!..: fcll M cs.'I Pauw University, Creencattle

during the ma and that was'e.. w.e.rbw6..-.lb...w. 8, t 4 e .a The second! half of the double.header bb.11.5.i tan 6 ref w,bell.-ones 0. Clwirr Ilimm** .'. < tod. he served! one term aa Superintendent

h chalked up against Bishop, short A.b..d.MM.i....... a t I : : concerned Brooker and kr S...mi 1. kr MMkki I, \.r-'ct'. : of school at Osawatonue -
r. --a 1 bmw I. elf, ttmmim I ta a ...."'...
stop far Breaker. Job Home and It was won by Home Kani and a short time
Untie
r. It 1 Ill a N 4 (nli i: tefM pIrh.
There wa a shad more of .shoe..e= 5 i Trot sire: r k.A ..Y and S Ul .. later served In the same capacity

tkm ta the Horoe-Perrtoe ..ae-I : J 11111 Caves, the losing pitcher, caused t I ... real A' t .8 ro A tw.bw. ,it Fittoburg, Kans. Following his
the second strike-out and allowed ... I 8C connection with the Pltbburg
which compelled _. I' I' a a only one W e 0 :
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the night's entertainment Home I A. t .aro A tIt1. three free walks. On the other L C..ns.aQ .I schools he was general agent of
counted eight runs and Perrlnei s Su. hand, (X Ooninter. Home hurter w.e.>...w.a I aJ..w the Mutual Lift Insurance Company -

took three tar its share. I' u.....b.11.. Cab. Il f 1 I: ,; S: track out six and walked but two. ..., is k __._____ I e .a l 1 : .aT.a. .1 of Iowa for ten yean. He

The multiplicity of Born runs I Horn was the first to score and ....,. - I a sP was a member of Delta Kappa
rt ____ t a 1 c-Ioett rt I .
might have been du to the wDdneas ,. L __ .. ._ that was In the second inning when __ II _.____ e e 1s Epsilon fraternity.During .
of Mathis and Simmons who ___ ", __ 1 .. four men came In. Three more .. co-MM, '" .-- sa . the boom period he operated

were Joint mnundimea for Ferrine. lb-.- a .11 T--___._.__._. a ii. s.41..b. a dairy in Homestead for a
Mwed- 1 l l 1 $ short time.
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walked
Between them they CLASS ,
DATES CHANGED '
10 men and each truck oat only T___. ; rs i ii ii Instruction classes, are being __ .. .._ADAM". I .A If. ,&arnwInelIr. Ewtngare-his ..

a single batter. O Clonlnger, who h...... I I e a e TS.0a0 conducted each Monday and Friday Qe.w..11..a : 1 t.: .: wife, Mr*. Marcia Ewing; two
took cart of tile boiling chores' for P111111061141 .1 6aww .. e. T aa a. by the Rev. ha.-F..Biaekford. ...--.a_ .. .. .. 1TTT sons, William C. and Charles E.
Home retired eight men and .a '- i i i I S : Ewing both of Homestead; a
c. W. Corwa seams rector of St John's Episcopal .. =
walked sever.CZe.hits ,Ins-M-0 w. .abaft r-I&., 1 daughter Mrs. Kelaey B. Gardner
1 sa Church in preparation Rat the '- -
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Home catcher, poled 'eft, e. w. came Aref, .Jw. 11.- .. : s"be" :::::= to 1 : t i ii of Washington D..C and two sisters
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local
visit to the parish of the RtHer
off lovan It
cut a borne run and Barrow, his ,._ .. a. n.a a.Ishe oft,Timfti..6ir John D. Wing of Orlando :; = : : I. : Mias Laura L. Ewing of
teammate n the shortstop posVsocked .. oft, C. C."r i..... .tT..dr. I . peka Kans, and Mrs.
...... .. Episcopal; bishop of south Florida
'Caw/.a. ""di Jr. t a bw.w.newe
a two-bagger. _. C. w. c-: ..wake,1s.w .. for the apostolic rite of confirmation ._. __->> 21 I Rankin of Baldwin Kans.
There were three errors and 11 w -.&..
:. on October 21. Mondays will ream.1 a e a .y
',LRAG nUlnce-,.aoccs ash aTloessl ,be for adults ancll'rlda'l for children. _16. u1slad. .. .. .. .. .. .I 1na. I TO-I

Learning teaches how to carry i .... ; The dames orighsaDy were

things In suspense without prejudice |I' =-_ : : d.: a planned for Mondays and Thurt'dsys. -I'a..... ...:?:.Pi C.1.W.C. C..err W. Caw 1..H,, e.: m

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'i i A. Absolute In cities and towns which have system which scientifically disposes *
J. SEVERY DIESOFHEARTSTROKE Dictatorship for U. S. SeenIf
modem sewage disposal plants, of waste products end positively
Country Enters Present Conflict typhoid fever is almost a thing of prevents water supply con-
'. the past lamination. A good plumbing system I
-- "Its devastating hand can be coats Iras than one cast of
Government by an absolute dic- basis of freedom In the Individual stayed-by a modern plumbing typhoid," Mr. Specter concluded.
t IN FLORIDA CITYJulian
tator might be the post-war fate of as well as the nation. A return-
the United States If it enters the to-God movement will make the

Arthur Severy, 70, veteran present European conflict, the possibilities of war more remote I ENJOY
Rev. George H. Ricks, pastor of the and If a nation wishes to he greatIt THEIR
real estate broker of
Florida Homestead Presbyterian Church must go back to cols Fulfill the
City, died suddenly of a heart attack said In a talk to the Redland District duties to God and the duties to a
Wednesday morning M he Lions Club Tuesday night nation will be fulfilled" SUNSHINE FLAVOR

was preparing to make an automobile We lost our freedom during the Mrs T. L. Hodges, soprano and
trip to Homestead.Mr World War, but we regained It Miss Virginia Frick, pianist, furnished
Severy was about to leave when the fighting was over," Mr. a musical program. DADE COUNTY
Ricks said. "But the present war
Luther Chandler, member of the
hb home with his sot)", Willard W. la larger and more serious. If we county budget board and of the I
Severy, when he remembered leaving become Involved our lives will be Florida Citrus Commission, will be
a package In his bedroom. restricted to such a degree that we the speaker next Tuesday night
Wfflard waited In, the car while might be permanently subjugated.The l
last sired the dictators of
hb father went Into the hotue. war Merchants End Thursday
today, with the result that millions
Ten minutes later, when his of people are oppressed. Closing Next WeekThe

father had not reappeared, the The people should think onlyof _
younger Severy went Into the peace and turn deaf ears to Thursday half Holidays,
home to investigate. He found war propaganda, he said. It Is the which went Into effect May It for
his father lying across his bed continued talk of war that causes the summer, will be discontinuedafter
dead.A war and today 70 per cent of the next week. e
people believe that our country The summer closing schedulewas
native of Lincoln, VU, Mr. 1 1f
eventually will Join In the European the result of an agreement of
Severy went to Riverside, Cuba, in fight, he pointed out the retail emrchants' division of
It 10 and engaged In the raising of The ray. of hope In the present the Redland District Chamber of
citrus fruit Three years later he situation ls In the church," Mr. Commerce.The .
came to Florida City and engaged Ricks said "The church it the agreement also called for the f'

in the real estate busineti. For closing of retail stores on New v pL+ 1
Dade Wildlife Group Year's Day, Fourth of July, Labor f
several
years he was connected Thanksgiving Christmas
with Burton's Department Store In Plans Bird Dog Trials Day Grocery, stores, however were to

Homestead, and In 1925 returned to I remain open a half day on Labor
real estate which since claimed I The 18th annual bird dog field Day and New Year's Day.

most of his attention.In I trials, sponsored by the Dade
1901 Mr. Severy was marriedto County 'Wildlife Federation, formerly Typhoid Is PreventedBy

Miss Frances Martha Steams, the Izaak Walton League, Sanitary PlumbingOne
will beNovember held at Okeechobee City air
who died In 1927. Besides WillardW.
4 and 4. The tint day's case of typhoid fever cost
Severy of Florida City he is events win Include a senior stake more than modern plumbing,
survived by another son, Everett for puppies from. six months to. pointsout Sam Specter, proprietor
Severy of Miami; a sister, Mrs one :year, to be presented in 20- of Spector', local plumbingstore.
Clara French Muzzey of Burlington minute heats, and a derby take }. y r
Vt; a niece, Mill Myrna for two-year-old In 30-mlnute "In small towns and on farms t
French of Burlington, and three heats. A stake, open for dogs of without sanitary plumbing and
grandchildren Milfred and War- all ages, in 30-mlnute heats, win scientific sewage disposal the
rene Severy of Florida City and be presented on the second day. danger of typhoid is ever prevalent
.Joan Severy MlamJ.AcfuneraV Cups and plaques will be awardedas ," said Mr. Specter. "Human
:se/vio** will be held at prizes and all winners will be waste may easily contaminate the
!:30'o'clock this afternoon at Tur. given engraved bars. drinking water supply! and start,
ner's Funeral Home. Burial will Judges with national reputationswill an epidemic which may ravage a
be Woodlawn Cemetery; Miami. have charge of the event I family or *. entire neighborhood
Active pallbearers will be John' Camping facilities will be The percentage of typhoid cases Dade County Lime-
Itohrer, J. L. Burton, Harry De.ler .-! ed and mounts may be ProVld'j' which are fatal is excessively; '
J. M. Miller, Lawrence Becker barbecue also will be high, yet typhoid is preventable Avocado Week
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and Charles Clinton. ,
Honorary!I the program. Reservations and

Stlllng pallbearers of Florida will be City Mayor and Edward Dr. S.I additional from Information J. C. Henderson maybe, obtained 340I 1 r:=;X;;kit September 4-9

S. Shields. N W. Eighth avenue, Miami; '" whole world is
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about these

: . . rising stars of good taste

Persian Limes .Avocados -
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YOURS FOR .. grown
1 soil and friendly sunshineof

Dade County, ..lorlda.They're .
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RECIPES taste-thrill to the nation's

: nUUlll LIME rmtables, and growing into a
Hell tehtespoM of hotter thriving industry thatcontributes I

teat plo' w.comrtnc.. Crush hot.two mightily to the

Sc packages of vanilla prosperity of our state.belie .

Bigger s and and alb*f auto pie The Sunshine Service organization .

pas for crust Beal4 egg ,on the occasion
yelk Add jolcv of S
Persia lime and U tea of Dade County Limespoon
: crated rinds Add Avocado: Week, salutes
one can of sweetened con-
........ milk. Ural well our good neighbors who
and poor Into eras*. Cover grow them. Ask for Dade
with meringue mad of 4
err whites beaten stiff to County lime and avocados

AND I which I tablespoon of at your grocer's
have been
bake la moderate ...teetoday..
trio ......*) M
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enter U chill. Serve cold.AVOCADO .
It ***y .. prepare the** delicious .
SALAD FLORIDA RECIPES With

Persian Lime. .Weeks Wash. .firm.....rip* ,.medlnnvslsod peen modem electric cookery and re.frttmtton. .
If desired and scoop tenptlnc dtahe **sd*>
with ptl.etiswslareraed.w..ad.a'. '.. .
out centers'Sprlakle.
;" Insides with salt Invert arc outer to mat*. rctelm alt the
: : : and chill In __Ide. ,.. delisten ..1Iae, of the eatrai.irigerater. ,
: } :: Fill.with sees Irey-ripo.. .. leak

.:: : :; f : ; '; ;" Cado mUttaMTTtocrthet,staffing> chicory made..dlsednve4o or *by.. SERVICE SAM SAYS. ,

What sablrus. Pad
dlv eased eatery gable ': greed
all th* flHtex _blended Cew>l Hmm and,*..ettm, sjra-
with Dado-CMraty tew sort
pared -
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? THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE :t=Lo igA -H HL ,C-3 t 5 If' 'Vt til CURRENT i .

r........ r.lar..5, leaned. rwb
w sash a.1. .e 4..a.se. ; FlfJRID STRANDS COMMENTBy '
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MN. a -- stew 'e e BOTTOMLESS ore AGNEW WELSH Mien
Aajoan IBACI A>C. > -AA.AA . . . . .,
5411stEa..d
ffdflfSS THAN SCORE.OIrS77fAMt .
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Sugar-producing areas, cane or
sass air :011. .New owe /NTO rf\ beet, 1I)11111n4 encouragement la ,
MOT* IS. :fI 1. M tea .. ,, a I NEA.ot\
B...*..<. rUrM, edw Mw lot ..5s. IJIYll'rlill IIf fPER' new use for their saacharln com. Y
a. istsUascurrtON. I !>GAiMfsnue FJIJ '{wrwvr modlty as synthetic rubber with

RATES ".:fwa MUMS rut a/Area' sugar as a basis to now being

I.Tn'-'fl BU.T C* .: -r--T.. .-- 51.15: 1 ... tire AT rut oorrotiiTff made To 1,000 part of sugar are ,
WALLS Of THS\ added 400 part ot hydrochloric '
!t add 150 of nitric and 200 of turpentine
Will Alaska Prove the New 1 lAr l1Ul'SNAPEDto. the product having all the

"Promised Land"? I r 1iPNINOMINtJ/ qualities of tree rubber even to
'Izr
ieJ",,Ice00 converting Into hareS'rubber by v'

Secretary of Interior Ickoe' recently CUPS vulcanizing. 'r

announced suggestion that : e e e ..f'
Alaska be opened for colonization '1 _e sJ1tom. I Old Midas, whose touch by his
for American citizen and also "'artisan ''tI magic wand could convert common 'i

now fleeing Europe" baa substances Into gold, will haveto
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aroused considerable interest and watch his laurels if he wishesto

not a little speculation On hisrecent 1 retain them. He will soon be ,
trip to Alaska, Mr Icke i outclassed by the chemists who ,.
was convinced that the, develop are turning all sorts of things into 'l
men i of that country can be aa gold. These chemical engineersare

F proportionately Important to our making casein fiber from .
present economy as the building of skimmed milk and the cloth made '. '
the West in the nineteenth centurv -! from it Is said to resemble gabardine -

ts adding "It ts a matter of ae,- and garment mad from it '
w low national concern! that Alaska are on sale now in New York's
with a territory, climate and resources -I W10TAMAQMD fashionable Fifth avenue ,tons.if .
equal to all Scandinavia a Jersey, Aldemey or Durham
now has a static population of f 7Q0o/C.OL! suit to not to your liking try ona '
about M,000 as compared with a soy bean one: you can get them
FLO t7/C 1fai
population of 13,000,000 In Scandinavia II soon, and elegant fabrics of spun
: s'T /tAwok glass may now be had.

According to a recent report s e.-
from the Interior Department, the Germany doe not grow her own
resources of Alaska are very different -I Ysr .1 tobacco and in an effort to limit
from those of the United 'Importations to resorting to all
States and can be developed along err Th' WOSF; sorts of mixtures for cigarettes, Including -

a line that will not compete with SUGMeY such substance aa nettle

a products of this country The product leaves, cherry and rose leaves,
of Alaska are in a Urge part thyme, valerian roots.flavored .
the very products which we now with lavender leave, lemon skins
Import from Asia and Europe and and violet root powder
their will e e e
development help to

make in the the United event of State war Independent For example --I GIIl1II I I II I iI Ii I I I IIIIIII I I iII II II IIl11IIlillq. FROM OUR MAIL BOX "worrited"Now Great over-the Britain decline to, becoming in its

In the northern territory birth-rate. The birth rate for

there I* tin and It I* a known fad 20 Years Ago _" ...__...____........._.._.... 1938 was 190,000 below that of
thai the United States Imports the previous year. They pointed
His
Quote Packer to Support Advocacyof
must of Its tin, there are enormous Piowaty to Italy, with about the same population j!

forest and It 'Uk a fact that three- 'tlllll llIIlIlIllIllIIlIIlIl1IUlllIUlllUlIII! 1 "Keep Culls Off the Market" with a birth rate Increase
fourth of the hews print used In 4. of 278,477 I wonder what civilization 1I
this country to Imported. Alst Tin Mht v MMM MMM ...... It I* very*appareni that a letter ty agents government official will rule the world a hun- ,
,"B HIM of the 11.0006"Ag.M.wl.I.NW.d appearing one of the local papers and all other Interested In th9rowen'
fishing! and trapping would reduce dred years hence?
H"r. IS. IMS
; last week had all earmarks of being welfare should keep
the Importation of fish and fur r a. 1.115 rava ....wd e e '
...... Clot. If, IHI trilll w __ malicious. However to again hammering away on this theme "-
Surely, it would seem that In our .... .... But a short while back
great poaesslon Of Alaska there ii quote an article appearing In the Until every grower throughout In a comer sat Cactus Jack
Sept. 4, 1111 New York Packer, the front page the country .it convinced that
the pie,
ample opportunity for men and Considering presidential
article headlined culls should sold on
women who have enough of Uu -"Mr. and Mrs Fiestas of Key carries an nevtl'fj When suddenly CIO. LewisAn
Cull Off'thd'Market"tahd the fresh produce market.
frontier spirit to be willing to undergo West are visiting their daughter, "Keep ; awful blast blew us.
r "The Packer recently pub-
reads follows
a degree of hard work and Mrs. J. D. Redd. They are accompanied as Jack said, "What a lucky boy
pernupe temporary deprivation by their granddaugh "A lot ha been said Decently' lished a story about onion growers am I"Civilizations ..,'
of Michigan who have wisely -
In this new field of endeavor ark as to the need' of'givlrij! consumers e e e
opportunity, w ter"The a thorough education In decided that cull and under like men, come and
C. D." gave a picnic at
grade onions should not be sold
ui American pioneer of yestcrdu Miami Beach Wednesday afternoonand fruits and vegetables Another but should be kept at home for go and ours may .do likewise: It
took his little family far out I evening aa a farewell t9 Mr worthy project would be a concerted The peach men Is not Impossible
use as fertilizer
Into, the wilderness and wtttonii and Mrs Q M. Budd who move Campaign to educate such in Colorado have done the same Archaeologists, constantly digging -
a few rudimentary tools and 'soon to Miami." of the nation's growers who are Into the secrete: of the dim,
thing A fin example for all
not of the III effect of
aware to
dead continue to bring
past
a muzzle-loading rifle for defense -''0. II Parker and wife have growers Of fresh fruits and vegetables
built his log cabin, cleared hit certain marketing practicesespecially light evidences of civilizations that
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gone :30 a vacation trip In their to follow'
land and gradually acquired the ; the practice of selling have died, perhaps the greatest of
to the Blue
contort of home. With othen ear expecting: go to cull fruits and vegetables toItln..nt From (he above article it to very these being that of the Mayans of
Ridge mountains, alter a visit with
of i *e courage and determination truckers or other apparent that there are many southern Mexico, Guatemala and
Mr. Parker's brother In SL Augustine
and who have
buyers. growers shipper a Central America. Then evidence -
IM built up communities and ." came
founded new states. Such a spirit "Many growers do not realize I co-operative spirit and sufficient of vast ruin of a civiliza-
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-"C. H. Woodbury and wife havegone that the itinerant haul IfilTlow vision to realize the Importance ot
tion held In Cam-
11 needed In those who go out to that once sway
develop Alaska Without It, the on a short visit to their Titusvllle grade produee Into markets far using\ cull fruit and vegetable for bodia's jungles, In Indo-Chlna-
result will be just another "noble farm" and wide, selling it in competition I by-products only It 1* possiblynot walled cities, temples built a
experiment" -"I. R. Matthews hipped eight with the better grade pro- out of order to quote "Noneare thousand years ago and brought to
crates of avocado a few days ago duce which growers have marketed ao blind a* those who will not tome catastrophic end five centuries -

>,n which h* got returns of $4 It through regular trade lei." later. '
Would Strike at Sourceof a state net" )- channel The low grade stuff CARL PIOWATY More 'recent evidence to that

GamblingA "While tracing a motor boat sell at very low prices, and this Homestead Fla., Sept. 6, 1838 concerning a civilization that existed -
channel to Capaabl! last weekA. ha* a disastrous effect on the in Colombia, South America,
federal grand jury In Chicago R. Livingston B. C. Miller and market for the better stock In pre-historic time and now being -
which bat been studying the Mr Miller youngest eon were reported AIM the culls spoil the.consum Children in Court exhumed,showing sculptured .

business operations of M L loss and parties went en' taste" for; \hh Pteheem 3s lilt\ ... .'hit art comparable to and maybe contemporaneou : v.'
Annenberg, head of a naUoa-wkh, searching for them. Mr. Livingston question and keep from Ij; ,. Mslcomt HatneldHANDLING with that of an-

wire service dealing In ncetncllMWI and party returned from buying the good quality aupplie cient Egypt

ha decided against Inditini:, the Cap Ut Saturday via the *. DIJ'aOl'ua Of It to evident also that the.sands "
live new service a* a monopol) railroad and explained that while "Low grade supplies sold..to, THE MORALS QUESTION: of the Sahara conceal buried cities.
under the anti-trust law and I going ever the ground they were trucker inevitably come into e ..

urged Instead that It ought to 111 I delayed by rain and wishing to competition with good quality, A delinquent girl was brought English ethnologists have studied

destroyed by legislation In Con.grew .. continue exploring a route, bad packaged produce hipped" by* btu court because her parents had almost every race of mankind save
on the more traightforward I overstayed) their time. At no Urn rail to terminal' market, butmany made be attempt to reach the con their own and now they are .beginning -
ground that H Is engaged In "aeUvilie -, were they lost .'" grower deceive theta" of the morels problem. The) on that In order to -
which by their very natun I -"Mr*. Oautt took her Sunday selves Into thinking such I*.not evaded ,every question from' tin certain a typical type of English
are Illegal'' namely fumlshlni I school !class to the Florida City I the e.... Grower should be beginnlng,4pretendlng that 'moral, tnan'i ,head they ,will measure .
the raw material for *. Incalculably canal Friday and showed them a taught to resist the temptation of problem did not exist Instead of, those of 20,000 of the 200.000 recruits

amount of gambling la bide-. good tiro*. After swimming .t selling their cull produce exceptfor facing the Issue of moralitysquarely. being added to the army in
outs and tqr bookmaker picnic upper waa enjoyed." 'I by-product use. The grower they kept such matters order to record the following
Mr. Annenberg, It la understood, --Mrs. Geo. W. Dane a resident stand to IoN many more dollar Virtual quarantine.A facts: skull girth length of jaw +

ha already been Indicted of of the Silver Palm road, died suddenly than they gain by selling son who la denied a frsnk-ex-. shape length and breadth of face,
''t'har.defraudlll' Jhe Mere I last Wednesday morning ofM cull to trucker It to .suit to pUnstlon of the moral question color of eyes, color and type ot

government wit of S.900,000 I heart failure ." mean lower return generally usually get objectionable Information hair (straight, wavy or crinkly),
income taxes "Hsrold Sheffield returned from on good produce. .of the morals' question height and weight of body, abnormalities -
It would be indeed a salutary, Key "West on Thursday, having "Everybody that come.1n contact usually gets objectionable Information (departure from, normalcy -

thing if Congress Were to recognize .been given his discharge from with grower should preach from boastful older boys I ), blood Ms.. etA It.to expected i
the vicious result Of gambling naval service. Harolds many an the above text over and over about town. Certain parent havi, U repeat the test In a tew year 4

and pas such a law a* UM t friends are glad to see Mm back again. Shippersdealer, coun- been knewr to scowl at a boy and I and an average.of the two should v!

Chicago grand jury suggest again. (Florida City. I rebuke him for even attempting: five them th* "type" ao that a
-/'Sam UcKlnsttry ha bought the the baa been attending summer to discuss such ""tilth. In m ashy thousand year hence some superman
I J. E. Cochrane home on Second school. Her abler Lillian, who home the question of.peronal I may dig from the wreckage
understands. street for a cash coMlderaUoa." ha been ta 1tJa"-' ha gone morals are only hinted .at,In jest,,,, a human frame and, after measuring
ed man who understands two.-. Margaret Robertson returned' to Pittsburgh .Io a vbet..reiativee." M ar*.seriously dlaroased wit, it, may be able to say ",.., h*

.Emmona, :'H Win P.ee'15 .tlJ1a"fM"I, ,tai c44fe .baled,brwtH and..rutted eypb ows.wasa, Iher.' .
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FIRST COMMERCIAL AVOCADO from :Mexico, and In the fruiting .I f
of these seedlings created the first

II GROVES ESTABLISHED IN DADE: extended: interest In avocados In Trade in Your Old PumpBECAUSE

California. In Itll a commercial

AT START OF PRESENT CENTURY I nursery, the West India Gardens,

sent an explorer to make selectIons -
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(Continued tram One budwood of Hawaiian from old plantations In Mexico '.
Page ) ported was a THOSE WHO KNOW PUMPS' BEST
ft variant of the ancient Aztec variety Imported by A. A. and the first budwood was tent
name "abuses" No records haw Boggs In 1803, but until the UJS.D In by him. As already recorded, Always SelectJ3URIS
been found to Indicate how long A. began bringing in Guatemalan :the U. S. f>. A. undertook avocado
It had been. used by the pre-Col- leeds in 1806, all commercial propagation
explorations a few years later, and
omblan Indians. The accepted In Florida was of selected
present English name, avocado li West Indian seedlings of local orb E E Knight Imported his own
of course derived from the Span selections/ also in 1914
ish variant of the old Aztec name gin.The fruiting of some of these I'n: received avocado seeds
Sometimes it b written "av ,:do- Guatemalan seedlings created Central America before 1825.
pear" and, more rarely "alligator- much interest in the possibility, chiefly of the West Indian race SUPER i TURBINE WATER SYSTEMS
but also some Guatemalans Introductions WITH "ONLX ONE MOVING PARr
pear.1 while in the West Indict extending greatly the season of
and southern Florida the fruit la'' fruiting In Florida as these fruited into many other countries M
commonly called "pear," since the during the spring months when have come m recent years,'
true pear does not generally grow there had formerly been no avo and now avocados are cultivatedin T
in the same region. The correct cados. In 1114 Wilson Popenoe Algeria, Australia, the Canary h
II 6UR KS
name is avocado, and the made selections of Guatemalanand Islands, southern France, Mada. PATtNTED DESIGN
miIInO-I gascar, Maderia, Mauritius,
New
mer "pear" should be Mexican varieties in California -
Zealand Palestine, the ELIMINATEI THESE ND e
speedily as possible. and brought budwood back to Philippine
Undoubtedly the avocado was I Florida, and in the same year .O Islands, Polynesia, South AfrlceJ UNNECESSARY
introduced Into Cuba and Jamaicaby F. Cook, also of the U. S. D. A, and southern Spain, as well as lover ores.
the West Indies, Central PARTS I
the Spaniards soon after the made the first selections of bud-
Conquest and must wood In America Mexico and the north
they also have Guatemala. Popenoe
introduced it into Florida not long extended Investigations of the ern half of South America
after. Records show the killing of I:avocado In Guatemala in 191,? and I EXCLUSIVE ,
"alligator pears" at St. Augustine 1917, sending budwood of many To be able under all circumstances euU tirrs
in the very cold winter of 1835,'selected trees, and. In 1921 he did to practise five things constitutes a WATCH r
and these were undoubtedly West the same In Eucador.!: There have perfect virtue; these five FEATURES ti
Indian seedlings. The first recorded been no further Importations. are gravity, generosity of soul,I W
sincerity, earnestness add kind.
Importation was by Henry The Franciscan friars do not : t'e
Ferrlne in 1833, and consisted of seem to have brought avocados ne sConfudous.. I I' Lai" _.....o nLO.
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trees from Mexico for his grant of with them from Mexico when they I II II ""spa"..."N...
land, now Dade and Monroe coun established themselves in California I : =-
ties. It.. not known whether In the of the 18th
early part '
A Trial LIBERAL ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD PUMP
these were of the Mexican or century although they brought the
Guatemalan ram, and the fate of orange, grape, fig and olive. All Ii For a Limited !Time See the Latest Models
, the plantation is also unknown. of' these however, had been Means a
When the first permanent settlers brought originally from Europe. on Display. Free Estimates
came to the Miami region In The first Introduction of the avocado i
the middle of the last century,they Into California is stated by A ALSOSee
found only the West Indian seedlings Condit to have been sometime Customer !
growing wild In the ham prior to 1858, when an avocado Us About Your Plumbing: Installationsand
mocks. By 1900 there were sever from Nicaragua was growing near I II
al groves of West Indian seedlings San Gabriel la 1871 avocadoswere AT RepairsSPECTER'S
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established near Miami for commercial Introduced as seedlings from
production. Mexico to Santa Barbara, and In I I
. Late in the 1890 the first 1880 Guatemalan seeds were I DRIGGERSService I
A known successful budding of the planted in Los Angeles The first
'. avocado was accomplished by I grove planting, all of Mexican Station .
tt Man named Smith, living m Coconut :seedlings, was made in 1685 .at I nOaNlI:IILDO. UOMXSTIAD PHONE: M
Grove, and In 1900 George B. :Santa Barbara.
Ccllon began commercial propagation During the ISDO's Juan Murletta S. Krone Are. and Third St FHA MODERNIZATION LOAN*-Vr TO M MO3. TO PAY

I!+ In the first avocado nursery i i'II and later C. P. Taft made many Phone .llt II I
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William Arthur arrived home Mr. and Mrs. Dan William and
I Wednesday from the Naval Academy children, Lenora, Webster and
at Annapolis to spend his vacation Charles, returned last week from .
I In and Around with his parent. Mr. and Pennsylvania where they spent
Mrs. A. F Arthur. He pent the the summer.
i week-end with hit grandparent In
LewelDeL -Mr. and Mr*. David Frederick .
Homestead returned Monday from a tour ofseveral '

O. A. Logan left Thursday for central states and a visit
, his home In Savannah, after visitIng with relatives In Chicago! and
hit brother and tlster-tn-law Minnesota. }

Mr. and Mr A. w. Hutchinson Dr. and Mr*. M. A. Logan, of .
Mr. and Mr*. T. 1. Bleier of *
J Homestead, for three week Miss Louie Long Fitzpatrick will When
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Homestead have returned after an have a* guests Mr. Hutchiruon'ifather
absence of several months. Mr. D. W. Hutchinson of Sanford i leave Sunday for Everglade City your
Bleler, physical education director -I and a nephew, Willard Mr*. C. W. Camp had a* week- where she will teach home economics son or daughter Is
of Homestead High School, entered Hutchinson of Daytona Beach. end guests, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. In the high KhooL

Peabody College at Nashville, Zalesky Miami. at school
shortly after conclusion of hit Mr. and Mr*. Howard Johnson Mrs. Ed Brooker 1* spending a away ,
Homestead duties last spring and and daughter, Janice, returned Otto Bemecker and Otis Goss- two-week vacation In Miami with does guiding -'f
on August It entered the Long Sunday from a visit In Highland, man underwent tonsil operation her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. your
bland Coaching School returning IN. C They also visited In Kentucky Thursday In the Post Graduate i and Mr*. Ernest Thompson. influence remainat
to Homeiteadf Mr. and hospital
Mr*. Bleler visited In New York ;" John L. Scarborough returned home ? '

and Philadelphia several week Mr*. J. a ,Oam las\ left Wednesday Mrs. Wayne Calkins of Miami Isspending I last week from St Louis where he
i for %i Klsjt\{' with relative several day visiting spent several week attending the .
Matthew Dave Sullivan in Georgia. friends in Homestead and Red- Carter Carburetor school.
a S. F ,_jI
John B. Wysong and Gordon Mc-
Donald attended the annual con-I Mr*. J. A. Pollard and daughter;,) land.Mr. 1 David Robert, ion of J. H. Roberts -
vention of state Townsend Cubaat .Yvonne, who have been vacationing and Mrs. Ward Beam and of Homestead, returned Friday
Silver Spring Sunday and in Sweetwater, Tenru, and son Whitney, returned Sunday from a vacation of two month
Monday The principal address :Mr*. Pollard' brother-in-law and! from Aberdeen, Idaho, where they, pent visiting relatives In Tlfton aAs
i spent the summer with Mr. and and Montlcello, Ga., and Roseplne, <
at the meeting ws made by John i.slater, Capt. and Mr*. A. L.
Silva president of the Florida lnson of Bedford Va., Hl1leh-j' Mrs. Elmer Hayden, ton-ln-law i La
Federation of Labor. II infant daughter Margot, are expected and daughter of Mr. and Mrs.I
I to arrive in Homestead to- Beam. I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McCulloughof
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f
y John and Edw. Mlckion left Saturday I morrow. I Ohio arrived in
to begin their freshman I Miss Helen Parker returned' Homestead Sunday for a visit of boys and girls leave lor

t year In Alabama Polytechnic Institute Mr. and Mr*. J. Hardy and children -' Tuesday from a threeweek'lalt: two week with Mr. and Mrs. Lon- school and colleges, homes are
with friends on the west coastMr nl* Hood and Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
at Auburn. They were I James and Jennie, returned : mad lonely and the young
graduated from Redland High Saturday from a vacation in Maryland Burton.Dr. people face homesickness and
*. Annie Nabor returned
and Georgia.
School In June.
Thursday of last week from Hen- and Mr*. Joe M. Burton who separation from the guiding

Joe and Sam HlcksOn of Miami'I Mr. and Mr*. Dave; Kufeldt, Mr*. dersonvUle, N. C. where she spent I have been spending part of the Influence of home. --
I The affectionate sympathetic
pent the week-end with their parents Dan Robert and Mr*. C. O. Nelson the summer. (Continued on Page Eleven) ,
understanding present In boms-
Mr and Mr*. J. R. Hlckaon, returned home Tuesday from
life Is difficult to maintain by
la
of Niranja. six-week vacation trip. Mrs.
Utters bat by telephone home
I Roberta and Mr. and Mr*. Kuteldt ,
Mr. and Mr*. O. V. Kirby ol f: visited in Chicago and Mr*. Nelson WE WISH SUCCESSTO ties can b* kept alive and warm.
Miami and children, Amy Jo and II[1 visited at her former home In In- Telephone visits at regular !Intervals -
Jack, were week-end guests ol! .diana. Miss Ethel Roberta, who with children away at
Mr. and Mr* J. L. Hlckson and I accompanied them north remain THE school are as Intimate a*
Mr and Mr*. J. R. Htckson. for a visit with her broter-In- :-. though the children were at
,led and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. home with you. They'll b* happier .
Miss ..1"111McDllvJcl of Plant t: Frlcke, in Wsybrldge, IlL Growers in Redland DistrictON and de better work. ADd
City 1* visiting Mia GersldlmRelU. I what a Joy these Inexpensive
'} Miss Esther Livingston returned _*.. roice-vislta will b* to you. ;
Monday from a month' .vacation. ., THEIR ANNUAL I The best plan la to arrange ,
kr*. C. T. Anderson and daughter I In North Carolina for your bey or girl to call
Ethel, left Wednesday for I: I home "collect at regular Intervals -
visit with friend and relative in J. A. Norwood hat returned at a particular time. Thin
Georgia, from a visit with relative In Ed- Persian LimeAvocadoVeek by using Station-- Station
menaton, N. Y. He also visited the service after 7 P. M. or at any
Mr. B. E. Gatlln and daughter,,I New York World's fair. time on Sundays, you c", talk
Jane and Betty left Wedneadajfor 100 mils for JJc, 200 mil*--
a visit in Alabama. Mr*. A. J Campbell and her 6Sc, and greater distance at

granddaughter Joy Peters pent vMiosifs der lest Jlaerks's t"V"S correspondingly low cost
Banks Byrum who i* viitln g t the week-end with Mr*. Campbell's
his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and a i
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J. J L Phillips In Coral Gables Mrs. E. P. Wilson, in Ho1JTNood.I e .+ta w
will leave Sunday for his freshmar I.1 .a, SOUTHERD BELL TELEPHONE
:year at the University of Florida Allen Neal, store manager of I
Franklin's Grocery, returned to hit ROD TELEGRAPH COmPAny
I Mr and Mr. Maurice Jennen I duties Monday after a vacation of St f.lFla lwSt .'- 60 RE.First St
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are announcing the birth of a tev- five week spent visiting various I
en-pound girl, nancy Eileen. part of the country.
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Man Sought for Harding AgriculturalPost create plenty shortage by,establishing that we a know fictitious PROFIT IS SEEN War Department Tests \

Sees Great Future for This AreaFlorida our them right respected.and are going to have IN SEA ISLANDCOTORAISING I I On Civil Service List i

'Can't be done' the The United State Civil Service
particularly the Red- cultural division of N. W. Ayer canters
Commission announced the following
will California
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say Phooeyt accomplishes -
land District bus a potential future Se Son. nationally known advertising -
unequalled by that of any agency, and then vicepresident -I It. Do you think for open competitive examination -
other state In the opinion of W F. of Critchfield & Company, one minute that if the same laws applications to be on file by
and regulation affected Californiathat Winter Haven, Sept T (FNS)-1
Tberkildson new resident of SIlver Chicago. More recently be was Sea bland September 12 from slates east of
the would stand cotton aristocrat of
Idly by as
Palm, whose extensive agricultural director and builder of the Matta-
Colorado, and September 11 from
?, Floridians do? There wouldn't be textile field, ha successfully invaded -
and horticultural education muskeet Drainage Project and
enough Californians left out thereto south Florida and bids Colorado and westward.
training and research know- miner and distributor of phosphoric
ledge led President Harding to marls i water the cow or feed the pigs fair to become a new and profit- Executive Office of the President -
They would be scattered in droves able enterprise In this section.
offer him the post of United Mr. Therkildson ha made' Bureau of the Budget
on every doorstep In Washingtonand The first Sea Island cotton to be
State secretary of agriculture.
many tripe to the seed-growing Washington D. C. Chief Budget
there're of
lot step In Washington raised In this vicinity was frown 1
:Mr. Therkildson now ia editor of
Center of Europe, New Zealand, and what' this Examiner $6,500 a year; Principal -
more they year on a 80-acre tract witha
the All-Florida section of the MI-
Australia and the Orient, as well wouldn't go back till It was over yield of between 25 and 28 bales. Budget Examiner, $5,800 a ;
)advisory a* to every state In the U. S. to- over there, believe it or not. The success of this venture I* expected
gather experience In toil, climate year.
:, :wide agricultural: businesses and crops and had the opportunityto "There's nothing the matter to encourage many other Applications for the following
with political Florida that can't be farmers to plant acreage to this
'Florida bat her place In the observe the things that govern examination should be on file by 1
money cropThe
remedied by doses of
and the failure of the state ii successful some strong :
'" sun agriculture. Summarizing of
from states east
determination and activity, but you fact that cotton railed here September 18
'. measured by how solidly and intelligently these experiences, which
covera
must be organized and when you had to be hauled to Ocala for Colorado, and September SI from
I' we band together to attain period of 35 1
years, he laid that '
Inning, made thd''fl Mflt from its
out to get results, take
go :your Colorado and westward.
seek Florida has I
} the objective we Mr. more resource: that production leu thin ft would ordi-
gang along By the right set-up
Therkildson laid. may be developed under favorable Department of Justice Bureau
narily have been. However, the
and thoroughly organized, she
1 "Many with whom I have talked and comfortable condition can Brooksville Sea of Prisons: Junior Custodial Officer -
not only collect the 'bacon' but the island cotton
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feel that Florida horticulture and than bas any other area. Grower Association' has tl.sao a year
can bring it home. com-
f offer If warring faction of the state pleted its gin at the State Farmer Applications for the following
tally. "I believe that, that's why I came
examinations should be on file by t
can be welded Into one "high Market, which will be much more
;. by the funerals of these 'canters' voltage" line and if unfavorable to Florida. I know It can be done convenient for local growers, and September 29, from states east of ,
because the fellow who undertakes national laws and because I've seen It done, both in ,Colorado and September It from '
regulation sufficient
can ai lOOn u acreage ia
with doubt in his mind America and in Europe. Whydoesn't ,Colorado and westward:
anything be corrected, Florida can go fur- planted here to support it, a local I
may be counted on for failure. To ther and attain economic perfec- Hitler jump on Holland gin can be arranged for. i War Department Quartern

off-set the argument and records tion with greater ease than any and Denmark? Well, the an.rII Lake county planted 140 acres to 'ter Corps, Quartermaster Depot,
of these failures, I know and have they're organized and whilethey're Philadelphia, Pa.: Inspector of
other state of the Union can be Sea Island cotton this year and a
observed the success of those who I he said He pointed to the ideal small, like 'fire antthey larger acreage Is predicted for this II hats $2,000 a year: Inspector of
would make the seat of Nazi
the and miscellaneous supplies hosiery\
Save 'priceless Ingredient'
i climatic conditions, the wide var- county next year.
in Its application have attained trousers the hottest place in all and knit underwear), $2000
iety of crops that can be grown, Marion county Is one of the
success in their endeavor In Florida -: the state's proximity to markets, Europe. leaden in the production of this year; inspector of textiles, $2,000 a
that far other Mr. Therklldson and his family year, Junior inspector of textiles,
surpass endeavors and the good highways and the long staple textile. This :year it
in other area:' varied method of transportation."It occupy the Chandler residence at bad more than 1,000 acres and has $1820 a year; Inspector of clothIng

A native of Ohio Mr: Therkildson Is nothing short of deplor- Silver Palm drive and Tennessee laet a goal of 10,000 acres for the I $2,000 a year, junior inspector
came to the Redlands to live road, and he doe most of his writing near future. of clothing, $1,820 a year
able this division of opinion and i
several months ago. He U the there. There Additional information and applications
performance that exist in the are no governmental restrictions -
man, who ai chairman of the publicity may be obtained by
Florida citrus he said. on production of Sea Island -
industry,
committee, planned, char EXPERIMENTAL HEN FED cotton as there la not sufficient writing to the United State Civil
i "I' have talked with doyens of LIVER OIL Service Washington
ted and gave to the Society of SHARK LAYS grown now to any where Commission
American Florists in 1917 'the citrus leaden, and having seen FOUR EGGS IN ONE DAY pear satisfy the demand. D.C.
"Say It With Flowers" publicity I citrus activities of other states. I Gainesville, Sept. 7.-shark

plan. He hM served the American i have listened to them declare that liver oil U so potent In the ration markable potency of ahark liver READ TDE.WANTADS
Seed Trade Association ai an officer the citrus industry 1* aide and of laying; hens that a White Leg OIL
and chairman of a numberof needs help But quietly and con- horn in the Florida Experiment
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Important committee He also fidentially they advise me that Station flock receiving this oil recently

bas served the Nurserymen's every other citrus organization, laid four eggs In one day. 1
;Association In various official except ,theiraI wrong and One of the egg wa perfectly nor-
capacities, r i crooked. The same to a large degree mal '|wd had membranous shells,
A graduate of two American I* true of the vegetable Industry and one had no shell at all. Not

universities and a post graduate and other" natural resource content with that feat, the same

student of two European universities activities. hen laid a 3% ounce egg, around

Mr. Therkildson has ap- "True, Florida does not rate high 50 percent: above the average size,
:plied his academic training ex- in the opinion of Washington, the very next day, TO
tensively In two of the world' judging by the national laws that The record is attested to by oC
largest agricultural businesses handicap her, but here again it Is Clyde Drlggers, Instructor in poultry i MAKE

For yean he wa head of the seed her own people who are at fault, husbandry The shark liver
division of the Storrt & Harrison for a few well directed swats at oil test I* being run under the direction ROOMS k,

Nurseries. Then he was directorof Uncle Sam 'beezer,' delivered bya of L. L. Rusoff, .mutant BRIGHTER.
advertising and sales for W. wronged and outraged Florida, In animal nutrition with the Experiment -

Atlee Burpee Company. I would soon teach the half-wit Station, who has conducted
Later he was head of the agri I theorists up there who attempt to research showing the re- v.



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I Rooms finished In paint, varnish enamel, or lacquer

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I . Social Events in South Dade . I




MARRIAGE OF MISS JOY ANN CALKINSTO MRS. LAMA KENDRICK MISS EVELYN SMITH BECOMES BRIDE '
I LEGION AUXILIARY HEAD
ROBERT GERRIT WARD ANNOUNCED Mrs. Lamar Kendrick wit elected OF GEO. LEDFORD IN NORTH CAROLINAM:

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Mr. and Mn. 0. W. Calkin of and the University of Miami. Legion Auxiliary In the place of Mr. and Mn. George W. Smith shoulder corsage: of yellow roses
Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson who
Homestead are announcing the Mr. Ward la a ton of Mn and resigned of Homestead. Florida, and Advance and baby' breath. .
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marriage of their daughter, Joy Mn. F. i. Ward of AshUhula, a meeting Wednesday North Carolina, announce i
night In the Legion hall. After the the
Ann. to Robert G rrlt Ward on Ohio. He attended the University the marriage of their daughter ceremony guests I
Ways of using for I gift Invited to the lawn
August 25 la Fort Lauderdale. of Ohio for two yean but got bit money Evelyn, to George W. Ledford ton were where :
Mn. Ward, who was born In degree from the University of for the new Homestead library of Mr. and Mr*. R. J. Ledford of the wedding cake was cut.
Topeka, Kansas, attended Homestead Michigan when he was a memberof building were discussed. The next Rural Hall, North Carolina. Mn. Ledford, who la a native
High School during her the Alpha Gamma Rho fra- meeting will be held on' Sept 20 The marriage took place Saturday of North Carolina, came to Homestead

sophomore year but was graduated ternity. m the Legion hall. September >, at 2 o'clock In with her parents 14 yean g
School. will live in Miami Beach home of the bride' ago. She was graduated from
from Vero Beach High They .NIIINNNI/N W I.W---W Advance at the
She attended Stetson University where Mr. Ward to employed. parent The bride and bridegroom Homestead High School and from
The Calendar entered together and took Southern College at Lakeland and

NNNMNW W WIINNN/MIW/WNNNNINNNWNIINMIN their vows before an Improvised It now a member of the faculty of
MISS LUCILLE ROBINSON OF ..CfAFFNEY, S, C., Rural Hall School '
the
I Sept. 10.-Townsend Club meetIng altar of ivy, white tapers, and baskets High
WEDDED TO D. IL DELLINGER HOMESTEADD. In Neva King Cooper Schoolat of white and pink d hlla.. Mr. LtJford attended Appalachian .
2:30: o'clock. The Rev. J. W. Vestal, pastor of College In Boons, N. C.,
-- Sept 11--Meeting of Junior Bethlehem Methodist Church of and it now connected with the
H. Dellinfer, Jr, of Homestead ney, has spent most of her life Woman's Club. Davie County who officiated, used 'Wilson Lumber Co. In Rural HAIL

and Miss Lucille Robinson, there. She was graduated from Sept. 13.-Meeting of University the ring ceremony.The After a wedding trip through,
of Oaffney S. C., were married Club with Mrs. Howard Johnsonat bride wore a teal blue frock western North Carolina they will
the high" school of that city.
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there on August 30. I o'clock. with black accessories and a.live!' In Rural Halt '
The bride, daughter of Mason Mr. Dellinger, a ton of Mr. and Sept. II.General W. M. U

Robinson, ef Gaffney wore a slate Mr*. D. H. Dellinger, was born In meeting church. MRS. FLORENCE FACETTI I the home of Mn. J. E. Gauzen.

blue Jacket frock with a lace Cherryvllle N. C. He graduated Sept. 14.-All-day meeting of HOSTESS TO F. L. T. CLUB I on Friday, Oct. 8. at 3 o'clock.
blouse. The Jacket had long from Homestead High school in F. L. T. Club. M.... Florence Pacettl was host Those present! were: Mn. J. T.
sleeves and the skirt circular. 1939 He it engaged in farming.The of American
was Sept 20.-Meeting ess to the r. L. T. Club at her Haas, Jr., Mil. George N. Wake.
The was witnessed by couple arrived In Homestead In Legion hall. I
ceremony Legion Auxiliary home Tuesday evening. It was field, Mrs. Frank Hausman, Mn.
Mr. Delllnger'i aunt and cousin, Saturday, from a trip Sept 21.-Card party of Episcopal decided to have an all-day C. P. Jackson, Mrs. Helen Hackler
Mn. Davis Carpenter and C. M. through Tennessee Kentucky and Auxiliary In Woman' Club ing on September 14 meet-I Mn. J. A. Hooks, Mrs. M. F.
Alters, both of Homestead.Mrs. North Carolina. They are now building. chair recently purchased White, Mn. Henry Johnson, Mrs.
Dellinger, native of Gaff. living N W Second of Redland
a on avenue. Sept. Meeting Rebekah lodge will be painted. A Lee IL Lehman Mn. R. F. Black.
: Home Demonstration Club. pot luck dinner will be served. ford, Mn. Gauzens, Mitt Mary
MRS. JOHN RICHARD GIVEN Mist Virginia Done), Mist Louise Sept 25.-Meeting of Jennie Those present were: Mn. HarryD. Jackson, Miss Bertha NU1 Hflui-

MISCELLANEOUS SHOWERMrs. I Barnes, Miss Phyllis Bell, Miss Lobdell Circle with Mils Helen Wolfe, Mn. R. O. Moon, Mrs. man, Virginia Lee Carmichael
James Roberta was hostess Hulton Miss Ellen Vann, Miss Livingston.Oct R. W. Mullint, Mrs. Blanche Chap- Barbara Jean Wakefield and Mrs.
at I miscellaneous shower given Carol Lee, Miss Don Scott Miss S.-Meeting of W. M. S, man. Dr. Irene Shanklln, Mn. C Bird.
at her home Wednesday la honorof Jewel Hodge Misses Annabell Oct 3.-Meeting of Redland '8. Capllnger, Mn. Lena Brlnkley,
Mrs. John Rklcard-the former and Teresa Redd, Miss Goldia Neighborhood Circle. Miss Louise Pacetti and the MRS. W. E. GUY HOSTESSTO
Grennell Mitt Julia Oct 4.-Meeting of W. M. Vcirclet. .
Miss Valera Fitch. Frances Sullivan hostess. NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB

Mrs. Labaa Bishop won a prize Mitt Home, Miss Waters, of Episcopal The Redland Neighborhood Cir
Oct '. Meeting
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Howard West Elbert West
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for the most embarrassing moment 'BRIDGE PARTY FOR: SETT tl cle met Tuesday at the home .of
Auxiliary with Mr*. J. E. Oauzen
ward KIrby, Joe Byrum, Joe Plche1
for the bride and Mrs. Hiram Mn. W. E. Gaby. A program was
I EPISCOPAL, AUXILIARY PLANS
Jack and William McMtchaeL Barney
Bitch for the best do-
won a prize presented In which all those present
and-doat Hit for the bride. and J. T. Godwin Willard MARTHA JANE: GAULT: Plant for i' bridge party to be took part. Mn. J. Lawrence
Barnes, Myron Grennell Eldred held 21 made at the
| HONORED ON BIRTHDAY on Sept were
The gilts were presented to the Scott conducted the devotional
Gilmer and Robert Gauxen covered dish luncheon of the
honor guest In a sprinkling pot. Martha Jan Gault wa honoredon :Episcopal Auxiliary Friday at the'I The next meeting will be held
The hostess. assisted her seventh birthday snnlver. i October 3.
wa by borne of Mrs. W. R. Bird. The ,on
Mrs. A. L. Lanier, Mrs. Russell OFFICERS AND TEACHERSOF sary with a party given by her card party win be held at the Other present were: Mrs. L.
Walker, Mn. Bert Andrew and BAPTIST CHURCH MEET mother, Mr*. O. L Oault,, Friday ;Roman's Club building at 8 o'clock.] H. Klopp Mrs. Geo. Wright Mrs. .

Mn. Bishop I The officers and teacher of the afternoon. for The next meeting of the auxiliary R. A. Holmes, Mrs J. A. Rother.

Those present were: Mrs. Edna! Homestead Baptist Church held a Buddy the Horn tall won on. the a prize donkey. I it was announced, will be at horn and Miss Eva Rotherham
pinning .
Smith, Mr*. Clyde Davis Mn. Alvin regular business meeting and cov-, and --
of were given
Favors crayon
Simmons Mrs. Ruby Hodges, ered dish nipper at the Sunday colored.a page-i11,04 --
each
Mn. Lena Gould. Mrs. Orlando school building Monday night : guest book.
honor guest's color
WoUam, Mrs. Russell Home, Mrs. Plant for promotion day werediscussed. Small guests present were: Ruth THE
W. B. Caves, Jr. Mrs. R. M. Wal- I and Betty Byrum Mary Lou Mus-

ker, Mrs. Cecil Vaughn Mrs. Those present were: Mr. and I selwhlM, Reba Nell Proctor, JoyPeters
Harry Schauberger, Mrs. Ceo Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott, Mr. and Barbara Jean Home'Buddy ,
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Barnes, Sin. Harry Cooper. Mn Mn. T. C Shackletord, Mr.: and Home, Jane Moon, Connie DIXIE DRUGJACK
Andy Terburg Mrs. Bake Martin T. D. Plche, Mr. and Mrs. and Claudia Campbell Barbara .
Mn. Dexter Horne, Mrs. S, H. Frank Mcllwaln, Mr. and Mrs. D. Jean Smith, Madene Gilmer, : POLKHonwetead HOWARD JOHNSON
Fitch. Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe Mn R. Snyder, Mn. J. Tom Vann, Emma Jane Rivet Joyce Morgan,
Bishop, Mrs. Andrews, Mrs Lanier Mrs. J. R. Doitey, Mn. H Collier, Elene and Louise Strickland Coy FU. Phone 3* and .IU

Mn. Bitch, Mn. Walker, Miss Mn. C. O. Robertson, Mn. A. D. Lou Grennen, Gypsle Howard, .
Alta Vann, Miss Louie Long Fitzpatrick Smith, Mn. S. A. King Mr*. Miriam Anderson, Mary Jo Ter COMPLETE
Miss Annette Johnson, Qulnnw Sherard. Mr J. R Byrum, burg and Betty Schauberger. t ,
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Mrs. Rickard and Mrs. Robert Miss Ellen Vann the Rev. J. W. Others present were: Mn. NEW
Those sending gift were: Mrs. Johnston Wm. McConnell, Myron Wayne Adams. Mrs. A. D. Smith
Molly Thomas, Mrs. M. A. Mur- Grennell Bank Byrum Elwin Mrs. V. M. Grennell, Jr. Mist Alta SCHOOL
phy Mrs. Russell Anderson Mrs Cooper and B B. Pullen. Vann and Mn. Gault. / ,
Wayne Adams,Mrs. P.J. Franklin
SUPPLIES
Mist Ellen Vann" Misses Anna and
The 'Kj Bl al'J' of SOIJohn'sEpiscopal The Junior Woman's Club will
Myrtle Moon and Miss Marybelle
Glbbs. Church will give a card meet next Monday night In the
party .t;aj". m. September 21 at clubhouse. This week's meeting
COMIC PARTY HELD the WomWt Club Proceeds will was postponed because of Labor
be added to the fund. Day.QvTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTM.
BY B. Y. P. tI. MEMBERS I organ
A comIc party was held by the
members of the B. Y. P. U. of the ,11
Homestead Baptist Church Tuesday
evening at the Future Farmen -
clubhouse. Mitt Birdie Home IFF EXPERT .Her'* a teal break lor

was awarded- prize for the beet every man. Cenzo U the inuring cream with the jj
costume A Sadie Hawkins race : soft bubbly, lather that wilt those tough beard
was won by Mill Effle Mae BARBERING Talcum gives you the final a.ucJa'of luxury.

Waters and Robert Gausena. Chil A
dre,,'* games were played. CREAM

Refreshment of earned beet and I ,HAIRCUT <,.... 40c KlenzoSHAVING c.
cabbage and. "Bumstead aleak'' 2 9 "

sandwiches were aerved. I SHAMPOO __ 40c '
Those present were: Mss Lucille Now l / rot

West, Mill Betty MebtmtHomestead' ; ; MASSAGE 40c '
1h sass Ste ..... "cell Lbe&after

Oldest I asobass ..... 41 OLD COLONY
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Barber Shop .. II.... os4 bob ....."

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D. L BOWEN gkcfew Thtnutet* OretaIga Iewaves .
movtrmnt. TWO

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HAIRCUT 4. day

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II.... J. A. Hudson Mrs H. Collier Marjorie Connor, Mia Bonnie Hawke* and Ibex sickle, were
conducted the devotioeals. Groover, Him Eleanor Sullivan 1 nerved
Others present were: Mrs Harry Miss Abneda Roberta, Misses Present betide those named
III Social Events I II Cooper, :Mrs. D. R. Snyder, Mrs. Jeanette and Annette Campbell, above were: Miss Merle January,
l Laban. Bishop, Mrs. A. X. Paul, Thurman Connor, Ernest: Campbell Miss Mildred Reams, Miss Dorothy
Mrs: Alex Lanlei, Mn. W. B. Cfcatlea Sullivan L. B. Sermons -I Behrena, Miss Betty Ann Marshall
Caves, Jr., Mrs. Dexter Hone, and Mr. Deas.HOMESTEAD. Miss Athley Kemp, Miss Ila Jean
Mrs. S. L. West Mrs Alvin Campbell Irwin and Mrs. Baker, and Jack
L. O. 1CCCLE8 TALKS TO Bowen and Mrs. Irwin the fourth; Mrs. Henry Olsen, Mrs. Marshall\, Phillip Reams, Chariot
PRESBYTERIAN ]MEN'S CLUB and Mrs. Wise, the fifth. Wayne Adams and Mia. Harry 4-11 CLUBBy Behrena, Adolph Lopes, Allan
. L. O. Ruggles gave a talk on hU Mrs J. C. Vann was elected Schauberger. Margaret Field I Harford, Cecil Parker and Willis
\. experience In China at the Vlck.
M leader for Circle Two eta meeting
\ mofithly meeting and dinner of h.ld.t home of Mrs Annie R. MISSIONARY PROGRAM At our last meeting plant were
s ,\ the Men'i Club of the Presbyterian Butler Mrs. T. X. Kirby was GIVEN AT W. M. S. MUTING The weekly 4-H meeting was laid for a work day at our chapter
Church: Friday evening at begun by singing tongs and house Tuesday. Sept. 13. begin
sleeted secretary: and treasurer; Miss Jennie Lobdett presented
I the home of the pastor, the Rev. Mrs. Bert Andrews, mission study a program on "New Horizons on rally Ing a song to be..sung for Rllet-j Ding it I o'clock or earlier, to be ;
day Sept
I Geo. H. Rick*. followed by our regular meetingand
I chairman; Mrs. E I. Lawrence, Home Missions of the Woman'sMissionary
} ; It was announced that the literature chairman; and Mrs. Society at a meetingof The roll was called and the a wiener roast
i' church bulletin would be startedIn Butler, personal service chairman. the W..M8.. Tuesday in theHDm..d. meeting turned over to Miss Margaret I Our members who have been
I the middle of thin month.A. Methodist Church. Delaney, assistant county away for I time this summer are
Other* pre ellt' were: Mrs:
i' home demonstration
F. Arthur announced that it Rahsom agent
Ora Frazeur Mrs. H. E. Redtn, Mrs. Ceo. gave a talk on returning and all report very
I i the next meeting II.movie of the Mrs. Gerda Freed Mrs. Ben "Work in Alaska"; Miss Bessie The hostesses Catherine Kelly, pleasant experience where they
potato industry in this section Ruth Byrum and Betty Catlln, Instructed -
L Young and Mrs. Mollie Wingate.: Showalter spoke on "Work in visited Charles Behrens reports
L would be shown It was voted tot Mn. C. O. Robertson was' reelected Porto .RJoo and San Domingo,'" the girls in playing games. that the New York fair la all it is
5 have this a ladles'' night. leader of Circle Three and and Miss Lobdell on "Work The articles" made during the roommended be. Harold and
- Hi Those present were: R. Y. Mrs. Wm McConnell, coleader.At ; Among. the Orientals In This summer sessions were put on ex. William Hampton say Alabama la
Burr, A. P. Darling. W. M. Pifleld.Ceo. Its, meeting at the home 'of Country / and the Philippine Is* hibit and ribbons were given aspr's a nice place to visit; Lewis Vrana
. M. FrIck, Dr. Ira J. Haynes,,, Mrs. Alex Brannan, Mrs. S. L. lands." likes the sidewalks of Dayton
J. R. HI(* pnv17oh!.,HlcHspo, ?d; eat: gave-' .j''talk'on": "Prevention'1" The -tone meeting has been The hostess served punch and Beach, and Rex Romlne Is yet enjoying
: Hlckson.'W. H. pwena.WntjyPaisnFMr. ;' of 'War" Mrs. C. O. Robertson'' positioned .until a later date.Otb.n cookies after which we had the Indiana.
Arthur'Mr; RLIi.1ei.an4 the talked on the Baptist assembly In present were: Mrs. E. pledge. The rock wall around our school
L Rev. Ricks. Rldgecrest,' N. C., which her' 'Capllnger; Mrs. Lloyd Field, ground, sponsored by and partially
1 daughter. Fern, attended. Mrs. J. D. Redd Mrs. A. M. Logan "I built by our chapter, hat just recently
W. M. .11 CIRCLES Mrs. Alex Brannan, the hostess, Mrs. Dan Williams, Mrs. H. REDLAND F. F. A. been completed and adds
ELECT NEW OFFICERSThe served ice cream and cake.Others M. .Clbbs and Miss Helen Living very materially to the appearanceof
W. M. U. Circlet of the First present were: Mr*. S. A. ston. Harold Hampton Reporter our grounds. We have plant
Baptist church met Wednesday King, Mrs. T. E. Selfert,' Mrs. J. T. for placing pillars to match on
afternoon.f Martin, Mrs. W. D. Coker .and 1. A. DEAS HONOREDAT Rand Future Farmers and both sides of every entrance to the
At the meeting of Circle One Mrs. J. Tom Vann. DINNER PARTYMr. friends enjoyed a party at the grounds, but cannot go ahead on
with Mrs. Chas. Martin, the following Mrs. R. I:. Edwards was re- and Mrs. J. M. Scarborough home of their adviser M. A. Baker, that right now.
officers were elected: elected leader of Circle Four at entertained at dinner Tuesday Friday night A variety of games
Leader and social chairman, Mrs. the meeting held at the home of evening in honor of J A. Deaf, Jr. were enjoyed by all, and refreshments Great men are they woo see that
Martin; co-leader and enlistment Mrs. Harry Hall, when Mrs. Hall Music and games were enjoyed of punch and cake providedby I spiritual It stronger than material
chairman, Mrs. Pete Morgan; secretary and Mrs. J. M. Forte "were Joint after the dinner. the refreshment committee force-that thought rule the
and treasurer, Mrs. C. E. hostesses. Covers were laid for: Miss composed of Don Lair, Donald world.-Emerson. .
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Saunders; publicity .and mission Mrs. T. D. Plche was re-elected:
study, Mrs. Frank; Irwin; Margaret secretary and_ treasurer. The I
Fund chairman Mrs W. B. leader will appoint the committee
Myrick; stewardship, Mrs. I.. A. Chairman athe meeting.Mrs. .
Wise; literature, Mrs. J. H. Scott; Julia Polk gave a talk on
personal service, Mrs. G. A. West "Baptist Work in Rumania;" Mrs.
This circle voted to sponsor the A. D. Smith, a talk on "Our Chris-
Sunbeam Band. This circle will taln Japanese Ambassador," and
have charge of the flowers for the I Mrs. Picks, a poem "The Pioneer
,church during the month of October. Woman Speaks." Mrs Catherine
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Mrs. Scott and Mrs Morgan Pickard led in prayer. '
will furnish thm the first Sun- Mrs. Gordon Jvey was* hostess M
day; Mrs. Wesfand Mrs. Myrick, to Circlet Five at her home. A I'S aw .
the second; Mrs. Martin and Mrs. I missionary program was presented -
Saunders, the third; Mrs. T. T. j jr f by Mrs. J, Lee Smith and

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Pam : ,, ', ".'''''.-., .....!...THE LEADER-ENTERPISE* J ."IFridav.rS; 1'tembel"1\\19J9 .,...

parkway: facing the Redland Hotel for the'ft\U1Ilclpal1&ht! plant1- Bid "'
RETURN $375,000Continued to advertise limes, ha dispensed l''EIRST ME GROVEContinued Wilt be received for the work and DISASTER'RELIEF
approximately 200 gallons of free
engine sit a special Meeting of the

( from Pact One) limeade The lime-avocado of ( from Page One) council at 10 a. m., October It (Continued, from Pace Oat)
truck are refrigerated and arriveat programthe late Barney Waldln of Homestead The new engine will increasethe concurred in by General Chairman -
the markets at about the same Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday planted a row of these limes In his voltage output of the plant and Bird and other! present, It

time at It shipped by express and wa repeated at a meetingof grove in the Redland District from provide for an emergency reserve of the local committee should txws .
at j much cheaper rate the Miami Rotary Club yesterday budwood taken from a large tree :unit The two) engine now in decided that the jurisdiction
"t think ,It li a fair and true J R. Brooks. chairman of "grown In Miami and his grove hasa service barely art able to take care tend only as tar north ai Gould
statement that all avocado and the committee in charge of the large number of trees at the of the power demand, according to and not to the south limit of
lime groves of good varieties and program, discussed: the time and present time one of which has a :Councilman Rue who brought the South Miami as tint ProPOsed by
bearing size are profitable" Mr avocado Industry of Dade County. spread of 30 feet and more than matter of purchasing an engine before the county committee. IJ..
Brook laid Figure availabledo Richard Klnard, member of the 13 feet In height This tree ha the council lie said the number Cleary who represented the county -
not show a very profitable investment Redland District Lions Club spoke produced In late year from ten Of consumer has increased disaster relief committee at the
In limes, but the reason on lime and avocados at this to fifteen orange field crate of from 450 to 850 alnc 1933 and that meeting her last Friday night,
for this 1 II that Persian lime ,en. week meeting of the Miami Lions fruit in a season. the plant's total load has increased agreed that such an area would be
orally are very young and have Club. Redland District speakersalso The first commercial planting 100 per cent since 1927 more practical and make forgreater
not a* a whole come into full production appeared before other Rotary known to the writer was plantedin The net tax roll accepted by the efficiency and less con
For the avocado grower'" and Lions clubs of greater Miami. the spring of 192T. when 13 council was $iI 2.181. with U3,- fusion, and approved the change

there I II every reason to believe acres of grapefruit and Valencia 925 widows tax exemptions, $190- The disaster relief committee are
that this profitable condition will I oranges were cut off by J. J. L. 099 homestead exemptions and sponsored and financed by the

continue. I WALTON Phillip In the Redlanl District $523,805 improvement on real es American Red Cross to provide
and top-worked to Persian limes.The .
"For the lime I
grower, quote organization to take charge of
tie following taken from the first fruit shipped from
rescue and relief Immediately after
Consumers Guide: (Continued;.from Page One) this grow by Mr. Phillip did not tate.AVOCADO a hurricane and to carry on until
'Ten yean ago the Dominican cover 100 acrf* and in addition find any market, and h. received PRICESContinued such Urn a* the Red Cross can
Republic Imported Into the United there are severftf acres of Persian 87 cents for the first crate. Having move In and take charge. The

State 30,000 boxes of key lime lime*. For teVtral' years Mr ''Wal his money Invested in this acreage .."'up of local worker I Is designedalso
annually Today the average annual ton and C. JJh rman operifcaVa he realized that it would be necessary ( From Fag On) a* Insurance against the inexperience -
I about 7.000 boxes lime nursery The partnershipwas for him to advertise his prod-
shipment Ization was started and five thou- carelessness, callous-
The production In Florida In 1934 dissolved four years ago. ucts. First he gave it a trade sand bushel of avocados were riess or mismanagement of professional

and 1935 was 19.000 boxes and the Mr. Walton was a native of name Byrura Seedless Lime got shipped the first year. Thl com red tape tickler, such
estimate for the date this year 1 la I Cameron, W Va.. where he received out the necessary publicity, and prised the shipments of all the a* operated In this area after the
100.000 boxes his education. made a trip to the northern mar-
early He was larger growers In this area. Last 1929 storm
"Thl* country still Imports from graduated from the University of ket to acquaint the trade with the year two million pounds of avocados

British West Indies. Cuba St. West Virginia In 1906 and a year fruit He found the market and wen shipped from the Red- Waldlni, Trappi, Booths and Taylor -
of the that
Lucia and Central American countries later began his business career the public were opinion land DIstrict. Many of the summer -' *. ,
some 150000 boxes of key with the Chicago Board of Fire limes were good only When they varieties are being budded There art varieties -
many equal
type limes, but it I I. thought that Underwriters which he served as turned yellow, the some a with* lemons the Into fruit which will mature either ) I* good In taste and appearance
the
a* our production Increase the an Inspector Six year later he This 1 I. not case early In the season or after the but the acreage ii small.
1a is
the fruit 1
lime When
importation will decrease became connected with the Fred Persian first of October a* Cuban compe- From July tint to Septemuer
Limes have a definite place on S. James Insurance Company ai bright, shiny content green and It flavor.I* at its tition makes It almost ruinous to 30 price are low a* Cuba ships
consumer! market lists even in face an Inspector. best in juice grow avocados which mature during very heavily Into all, southern and

of the 8,000.000 crates of California! Coming to the Redland Districtin With with educational Literature and together the summer months eastern ports Their cost of production

lemons Most people! think that I U12 Mr. Walton homesteadedon proper demand grades for Growers are continually developing l Is much lower than ours
packs, Increasing
limes compete with lemons but I Waldin drive five mile west of lime on the market, and better finer and bitter varie and consequently they can put
we in Florida feel that there Is no Redland ties. the most American
road. His holding was he Increased his Perhaps popular avocado* on market at
price, plantings
competition They are a different known ai Rimrock Groves and until at the present time he has varieties at present are Pollocks, {much lower prices.
product. As more proof that limes
here he first experimented with the
from one acre to 00-acre planting
are definitely on the con.umer"mark.t
growing of avocados.
Unlike other citrus fruit. limes
Hate, we note that the Bu-
11* acquired his the to frost in
grove on are susceptible exposed
reau of Agricultural Economics
recently -
Redland road In 1918 shortly after places and should be planted In ,
has promulgated Its first New
standards for Persian lime Increased his marriage to Miss Margie Smith parts of the state where the avocado SupplyWe ,
of North Adams, Mall Their and mango will grow
of
productions
dry ginger
home which has become one of
alas have made it to
necessary use
Persian lime in drink No substitutes the show place of the area, was COUNCILContinued .
Have New
taste as good. erected a short time later. a Supply' of "

"Most business men in- Miami Mr. Walton was a 32nd degree '
and Homestead are aware of the Mason and a member of the) Shrine ( from Page One) Landreths' Simon's and Stokes' '
fact that the Redland District and of the Knights Templar. Alto receipts $73000, and ad valorem ,
raises limes and avocados Yet I' he wa a member of the Phi Kappa taxes, $2,300.

doubt seriously If they realize to Sigma fraternity The council voted to make application -
what extent their businesses are Beside his wife he I* survived to the Reconstruction SEED.

assisted by this Industry There by two sons John Milton and Finance Corporation for $73000 . r.
are time when the growers need William !C. Walton, and a sister, for the purchase and installationof
assistance, and it is hoped Unit Mrs H. S. Sinsel of McDonald Pa. an additional generating unit
business men will realize that It Is FOR FALL PLANTINGAND

to their indirect interest to get .

befilnd the grower when they i '''...J'. .,..;, _..- ,
need help" HEADQUARTERS FOR

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QUEEN CONTEST Baby Chicks, Poultry Equipment. : ,. ,


Continued- ; I Redland Brand Fertilizers, .. I. .'
( from Page One) ,and Remedies ; ::
and the winner decided duringthe

At vaudeville the close act o(*.the vaudeville, I : TO PLANT YOUR=SEED BEDS: : ; .

the two runnerc-up wen called to TUXEDO.. FEEDS the stage and Informed of their I ,
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success by Phillip E. Mullen m"-I I
ter of ceremonies. When they had II

retired Miss Delk was summoned I

and most queen.Informed beautiful she and was therefore voted, was the I Fray's Feed and Supply Store : Florida East Coast Fertilizer \


Other who competed In the ;
contest were Mill Margaret Albright N. FLAGLER AVE. HOMESTEAD, FLA. I FRANK B.RUE.MG

Mary Therklldson Mia Lucille Drlggen Miss Jeanne, Miss MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER -

Eby, Miss Aim Jane Llndgren HOMESTEAD FLA.
and Miss Aimed Robert I DR.M.A.BERGER DR.R.S.AKERS ,

" The period for publicity for the
; lime and avocado will continue
Dentist DENTIST
today and tomorrow. Member of -

local civic club attended meetIng Office Hearst SB. te I 9. SB.Sudan .
of elvlo club In greater Office Hours 8:3O-C:30 t te ISClascal L
i Miami and spread the "gospel" of

, the Rectitude principal product. First'National Bank Sattrdar
i Hundred of restaurant and grocery Free
, start displayed placards and Bending Parking Space

other advertisement calculated to 1TM N. W. MTU sf. MIAMI
spread the fame of the lime and Opt* seeilan by Apebatsrsat ntont s-im r

avocado. '
;,Since the start of the observance -
,,lot Mond*> chrfmter of commerce r ., wi

worker distributed 1,600 banner
Be sore thai yew eye are a*\ i
and business
placard hrooag goes aa rear-aaa".Ut... 'NEWT" G. BALL I G.
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houses, and 200 restaurants receiveed OLDENDORF & CO.
awed at leas ones each year
special menu card bearing .
lime and avocado dishes. DR. F.,P. ARCHER NOTARY ttRLiCAND
The stand let tip In the r Uro.dI'ntr'.s
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Consulting Optometrist Fire Insurance and PLUMBING SUPPLIES

IlnWfwI HMM KM W. Wheeler .... Miami, Fta. Kindred Line '

Wax AMBULANCE SEBVICE IEI-o a- CINo IItI "FF meet mail
I A"Willedtanner. order house prices"

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'. rr[ c.rhe Churches I guests Schroeder of here Mr.-Sunday.and -)-b1. '-Fri; CLASSIFIED ADS



Ida The City Sunday Community school Church of tha rlor.held! I IFOR

AATXiFlnt
its annual picnic it Miami Beach Insertion 10< a line; fubaequent Insertion

BAPTIST CHURCH salad Bl 11 .MB hlM BI 11; Bpmrtll Wednesday. A total of 4} member 5* a Una

LOWIW .. .,... HMMTk attended, beaded by Roy S.
leumnAD-Dv. J. t I........... _. ...... itodr IkindBf Bl tltO.PRESBYTERIAN .DTBTW. Md' Chandler I
w ton sued" BtBool It itt pntBtk.Irtf Sunday school ruperln
M II o-0ko.dt.lt ,:1D.V.P: Uat tendent RENTSBEDRCX5M broker N. Krom eve. next to f
CHURCH
.iM p a. frojror MntoNi WodBoodwBt Baptist Church. (JulStf) .
"M p .. OMBSTEAD-ICroBW: furnish
apartment
avenue Bt H. lath

GOULN-n. .... Hook Fotmo. po*. .Blblo Noh ...Tko... Bt...10. .OOB. ., Hkln. poMor. Mr. and Mr. Harold Rohrer and ed or unfurnished Inquire KU- HOME laundry Mr. Jtrnlgan. !
.... ......... ox pronokhlB-< 11
Sunday Bl It B. BI; proorhiotI daughter moved gore Seed Co. 120 S. Krom Ave.
11 o. m. and 1M p. m.| B. y. P. U MtW B. m.| roses Sinews Immune at 1.M p. this week to the Homestead (Si)
.. .. ,,.. Becker cottage Cave
p. m. From o k M p. a. Sept II. on avenue
..-.or. -Moraine worship FOR RENT-Furnished apartment WANTEDWANTJDRep."ntatlvt

sermon nbjeett Tho Danger all electric, clean, cool y

CATHOLIC of an Unrelated RcUflon.* William Mead was taken Sunday Bedroom living room dinette. : to look

,to Bay: Pines Veteran hospital for bath; daybed In Jiving room. after our magatlne y
CHURCH OF subscription
TUB .
RACKED (ART medical
0. IE. looeiid avers H_.... : UM R.v. treatment Plenty of closet apact. Rcacon- I interest In Homestead and vicinity -
JBBHO Clean, _..... Sunday BMOO atB. able nut Eva Colllni, Biscayne Our plan enables
Bt., wort day HIM M Tt4t dllr.today you lo
........ Canter timing I .>lorkMM. IN AND AROUND Earl Goodlng returned Monday drive and Federal Highway. secure a good part of the hundred .
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tudtr Conoiunloa of mouth: for for..wane. and .the..,..flint too from Georgetown, S. C after a GOOD cool roomy apt for root of dollar spent In this vicinity

.Mood Blotter of _411. Hair bow Tkundor IIO TEAD two-month visit there with hi* Private bath reasonable rate each full and winter for
,
Man fin frMor of mouth
.. a. Mom first Krldor .. TtM at a ti4 m.* liter, Miss Nellie Goodlng. Ask at Western Union. (mlTtl) magatlnes. Oldest agency In
.BnwdtotMB. of tile Blamed Increases attar U. S. Guaranteed lowest rates

(Continued From Miss Isabel TJecker: returned FOR RENT-rufnUl,\ ed bungalow on all periodic, domestic and
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: CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH ) home Saturday after having spent with fireplace, hot,.:water, new foreign. Instruction and equip.
summer vacation with Dr. Burton'i a week In Miami.J. electric refrigerator and I ve.ment free Start growing and

FLORIDA. CITY-Broo'w.r Bad WilkBtroM. parent, Mr. and Mn. J. L. Burton Fruit trees In ya tuBdoir Mkool at t>4* ..
m. for In Homestead, will leave time.
Bipflo infer t* rouo of ..oi BunlncaoralM Monday O. Porter of Portsmouth Z.eader-Enterprise. spar Especially adap-
M II .'_k. Wntaoodor Evening for Atlanta where the young doctor table for shut-lna Address
.oorvfeol wkleh lnol_faotlBumlolo at .Boot will begin the final of his Ohio, and Cooper Mill of Blue FOR RENT-Connecting room In Moore-Cottnll Inc.
sad year NI pit.1
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MporloBOM and remarks Cb..
OB field W. V,.
.'/.. ........ I p. .. Tb. subtle to eortelly medical course at Emory Uni returned home Wednesday business aectlon. Bargain to Road, North Cohocton. N. Y.
"" Invited to Bttnd.CltUSTIAV versity. after visiting her with right commercial firm or tenant (Sept 8-15)

SCIENCE CHURCH Mr and Mn. Fritz Schroeder.A. peeking office or desk space,.

I Address C. S., cart Leader-En' TUTORING WANTED high
Bert. 10. Leston
'Substance- i.r.aentopic FLORIDA CITY L. DINegro, who had beenvisiting terpr.... school and grade school subject

By Mr*. W. W. Bowery his son-in-law and daughter Mrs. IL J. Armstrong A. B.

CHURCH OF CHRIST Mr. and Mn. Emmett Crowson FOR SALE Plummer drive and Country

of West Palm Club road.CLEAN .
avenue for several ,
Mr. Mr .
and Elbert M. Froi-
HOMIITIAD-rint avenue mat M. W. month, ha returned to his ,10 ACRES GLADE LAND FOR
rum ttroit. Bible study at 10 ; cher, who lived In Florida City
a. : BOB I
nt .loB. renewably and praocblM Bt until their removal 'to 3359: : Bird home In Key West On the trip to SALE-Tracts IT and IS, Block' RAGS WANTED Will

11 a. at. avenue, .Coconut Grove two take him home, Mr. and Mr. ls.57-39.. This land I II on thenorth exchange subscription or advertising
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yean '
Crowson were accompanied side of Mowry street Just for
by clean rag Leader.
ago, are
announcing the birth of
CHURCH OF GOD 1 Mr. Crowson's brother, Thomas beyond the l-mlle road. Price Enterprise
a ton, Jon Arthur, on August 31. 'I
f .o..ru-.ot N. w. Pint -1 Mr. Fro Crowson, who I* visiting them and 1* $7S per acre. Land close by
tko, Bo.. 4So*.'4) Copllm PBOIBI. .unoorB9kMl.Bt cher li the IOn of Mr. and 1 by their neighbor, Dr. Irene Shank- I* priced at $100 per acre. Taxes 11'1' THE covI1TT lI'bCh COURT IN
d 1146 a. BLtBTOMklRiatll .. send Mr*. E. A. Froacher of Florida AND POI DAZE ('UUNTT, .wa'D4.
I'4I.. ..f Jonlor T. P. Bt 7roklMroB widely
.tol. p.offfa Bk.....w..aa.Ptr.r....... known In this section a* Redland I and camped at several point on Term 1300 cash, balance I, :2 !. R.I riTATSJ OT
the Key and returned Monday and 3 years. Interest 6%, P. JOSEPH a. scALia. Doa..A

f 1 CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE, DUtrlct Miami Herald.correspondent for the I Bight. O. Box 732, Homestead Fla To All NOTICE Cndllon TO sad raiDiToaa All FWMM Htrlnttoy

__ or __ An/raw Said hbbat
V. JIAMCSTCAD. +Tbo Dor. MkS.. stashes, YOUNG registered Poland China V.16 and of .... bursar .alb
tBMor. Meadow aokool at .," B. a.promebbe .1 Mr. and Mrs William McCul- fted .M nund be
Mrrand M,. Boar 200 pn..wt sat 'stew
Edward ; weight pounds from
I M 11 a. m. and lift StlUng returned ; End a sow WE" ether d
roe .r
N. Y. P. S. and Jmkm nooMBf : 1'iJpo. : Wednesday from' a few I lough spent last week-end In University of Florida. See haw ...1.., the otlow of Jooopk veep..

,..s.. ..learn... amuse Wednesday. .-iIII day' visit at Dayton Beach and J.I Florida r. Rohrer City with Mr. and Mrs Frank Hathaway, Gould Sraloj.PlorUo dowsed lo the doe bio. W. of F. "Dodo_Co.i.11.. Oon.t .

'rilKCITON-Tlw ..... P. ,other point of Florida Jodn of Dido Co .t.. and fib tae
_..... tauter wheat M .,... LEAVE: YOUR ORDERS for horn mme ,. ok offlw IB tko County Court
MUi4lB.il. and TiM p. a.. eo-a.l Mn. Frank GaragnanI returned d rooked food*-cakes, plea salads, .Hard IB Dodo County.... Florida, wMhkiIlkt
.Weds .0. tree the dab of
meeting M 4:IQk r.... _, Mn. Allen Oxland:' returned toe
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.t tiM. rntff BWtlnl Wednesday I home Tuesday ronvlhe Post Graduate slaw ete.,-at Hospitality House, Uw tint '-.I': : :.:'(. Hold ololiMor
Miami Beach Sunday after dMnoHoo .Law
a
tiM twoI IT W. mMigmof
p. a I hospital where she was taken Mowry ''''elt.
tko ololounl and .
BB
week visit her with her sister, I last week for treatment of a fractured ......... BI fir......to.. or ease WB will to and OBrrod.
EPISCOPAL, I Mr*. L. E. Forsyth. I neck. FOR SALE -* Tropical plant, citrus .*dl loftkM IM lit tko IISI Prooilo .

IT. 10RM'_. B '-.d awiuo ind tree and tropical fruit inseason. Aat.DoM August road A. D. 1MI

Fourth .wren HonvUwll the Hi*. .. Mr: and Mrs. E. A. Chase and Leo Renzettt returned to FlorIda Jungle Grove, RedL rod EDWARD ST1I.INO.
BlMkford. roelor. Holy .ommunlon. V'I I I A< Admlnl.lr.tor of th. biota of
tiH B. ..; sundry abed M ItlO. son, Edwin, and Mr. and Mrs. John 1, City Sunday after a month' road arid Plummetdrive.. tko U l Will and ToiUnwBt of
tat pans BI 11. i Hunter all of Miami, were dinner visit In Boston. JOHKrH 8. SkALEB '- .
SEE AND BUY at Shanklin Variety rir.1 pnbllratloB 01 Amount tats, ISIS.
METHODIST I II (Aw. Ml ....., 1, S, II, IMP)
Grove, West Florida City.
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(alt) NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR
HOMESTEAD-Th. ... I. I. Rkhards.put.r. I TAX DKID. IJtTt
Sunday school : "t/6 .i M. .J+ fOR SALE-House on two lot in Notice U hereby given hit ._ Low.der .
onwbing at 11 .
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a. In. > a holrfrr u OMliMt of City of Miami
J.nim League .t Ilia f ...; HI LOOVIMnl i| Florida City. Corner on Eighth Tu ConlUrou Nunbro4 I040S. dated UM
I(0 r. n.; Senior League .l Clio I), m. .t. and Dixie Highway. Bargain. lib day of Juno, A. 1) I0$?. Ko fllrd said
Frmr meeting BI Tail p. m. Wodnoidiir. 1 CEng// ate In or "fflr., onil kw Buuto
Apply J. M. Kllng, Box 82, Deer- .pph..1. for Ul deed to Pees UMraoBoccordinoi
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Bid flfti lunten it 11 .. .. and 7 M Fm., Lot 14, 1...._ P_'. SuoHlvlnkm,
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PRINCETON-Tka Kav. J. Walls, trip- Tho .._..... of told proportpdnjrr
wtor; assaulting at a a ,; Sunday I ti a Spend the laving when you get there I RENT YOUR HOUSE-furnished I tile Hid CortlnnM Issued .... In Uw .._
aebenl at LaFLORIDA or unfurnished. I have year "Unk_.. Unless' HM UrtirtoBM shelf
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FIVE-STAR HIT spiring emotional quality &the
command tense silence from the
1 huge audience until the last,bar FRRNKLIN'S'
OF WORLD'S FAIR of music sound, the lilt rocket 1Armour's
bunt and the Lagoon I* suddenty {
blanked out in darkneu Then
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of the New York World' Fair it to each other 2 i
the dramatic symphony of water, "Why that alone 1* worth the makes KII' 5I
flame, color and found that I* admiiilon to the Fair. Whole Wheat
staged nightly In the Lagoon of MILK Com Flakes I
Nation OLD MASTERS AT FAIR Huskies
Here each night flock visitors New York. Sept 7.-Among the Regular Pkg. 3i
from of the Fairground
every part great classical painter whose
for one of the moat fantastically work will be shown ta the New 3 tall cans .17c pkgs..ooI5c' for 00.00.:13: <:
beautiful mixture of York world' fair are Raphael, TI- i
visual and auditory sensations ev- itn, Rembrandt, Vermeer Wat-
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expression.The The $30,000.000 art exhibition will Irish Fresh ElbertaPEACHES
spectacle la staged at 0:30: I I be housed In a completely fireproof -
each night In the 800-foot lagoon "Masterpiece of Art" mu Potatoes 21cii I
at the foot of Constitution Mail Murn. I
There are rarely leu than 40,000
persona at a performance, but MAGIC toe COLORS 10: Ibs. albs., :13c
there I* plenty of room along the New Yor q Sept. 7, Unlike the I I
wide avenue of the Mall, In the "white fair\ !''a the put, the New .
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and the terraces of building over "The World of Tomorrow,"*rill Sylvan Farms lb. Thompson
looking the Lagoon. i be a fairyland of color Exhaustive
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one of the tree shows at the : and decorator 499 carefully Z9c.
Fair. It outdraw other attraction
on the 1,21044 every acre Even graduated shades. Ibs. .. :l3c
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r whom have seen the spectacle in Europe and distant title in the g Heavy Western Chuck lb. ,
time and time again, try to arrange United State will play the world' Snoball Hs
their schedules to be on largest carillon tt Florida' exhibitat I Beef R
band for the display a* often a* the New York world' fair 1939 oast., c Cauliflower 1Ib
poulble.The by telegraph. Special console are
spectacle 1* In complete being made which will operate
harmony with the theme of the like teletype machine . . :10cl
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mingling of specially written I Ib. Tender Garden I
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playing on shifting curtain of 5 PEAS
water thrown high Into the air s
from huge lets, firework and I doer north of city hall 25C
rocket bunting Into air through HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA = Boned and Rolled 3 lbs. .. i
", the screed of pray and huge
: tongue of flame that have their Regular dinner ...... 50c I Veal Roast lb. Z'c ;
source In the dark water of the Fancy GreenApples
Lagoon. Plate lunch ............ S3c
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