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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 15, 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
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System ID: UF00087294:00244
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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i VOL. XXVII-No. 37 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS I






DILL NAMED MARKET( MASTER I jI







I, Blanton Permits, Drivers' RESTAURANT; BARBER SHOP.I I




:' Licenses- to Be Sold Here I FILLING STATION PLANNED




I SOUTH BADEAPPLICATIONS Members Their Blood of Lions for Club Use in Vote TransfusionsBlood to "Ty e" FOR $57,000 PRUDUCE DEPOT



I transfusion for lick and.concurred on the directors' approval THE WEATHER Steffani Calla-for Bids on

injured persons In this area will at Tuesday night's meet I Units As Opening Set
.
be obtained from member of the|I The Lions are to visit the office oekw ".allow lltat..riser.. H_a am_a_treWgaasl.M Flaw.Is" For Nov. 15

Redland District Lions Club M a of Dr. J. A. Smith and have their ... MR t. I
I TO BETAKEN result of action taken by the club blood "typed", today John S.
.t a meeting Tuesday night 1 I Peters, president of the club, Sept a I M 87 30,14 1.84 PUBLIC ATTENTIONFOCUSED ,

: The blood-donating plan WM pointed out that 'the transfusions Sept _m, ,- 82 SI 9011 .II, ON MART
submitted to the club'i board of i will be available to all persons of Sept 10 .. 13 I liD -
i > Legion Office to Be OpenI director by Sam Harris at a recent Homestead and the Redland District Sept II .. 81 61 2UI .11
; Extra Hours to Aid meeting and the membership I and that there will be no Sept 12 88 n 30.03 State Bureau Director

1 t Motorists charge for the service. Sept. IS __ .1 11 30.OS .&4 Selects Manager on

:I In a talk on the program of the Sept.14 n 2890 .01 Local Advice

j l SUPPLY OF BLANKS SHORT SESSION meeting Tuesday; night Arthur I -
Griffith, editorial writer for the I The appointment of a manager
j, REPORTED LIMITED SET FOR OPENING Miami Herald, assailed President C. OF C. REVIVES and the calling for bid for con-

--- i, Roosevelt's assertion that the atruction of a tilling station, barbershop

{Judge Promises Ample "South Is the II.UOINo.: 1 economic PLANS TO BUILD and restaurant In connectionwith
DAY OF SCHOOLS problem." the Florida City State Farm-
Time to Be
Granted en' Market, yesterday draw pub-
The
entertainment at the meetIng -
Public I was a Prof. Quits contest, pre FETE BUILDING lie attention! to the anticipated
:: Pupils of the Homestead, Red- sented by Don Talbott, In which magnitude of the project which I*
3 Motor vehicle driver of Home- land and Florida City, schools will, Dr. George D. Ruehle, Lester Lawrence scheduled for opening on Nov. 19,
: ctead and vicinity may make ap- report to their home room te.chersl John,Graves, Thomas Tor Plans of the Itedland District Gordon Z. Dill of Jacksonvillewas ,
.
t-" pilcationa state drivers'licenses at S.SO: o'dock..Monday morning to{bert, Harry.Schauberger George Chamber of Commerce for the selected as tile new,manager
i .at the Legion auto tag office In register for ,the 1938-40 scholasticyear. Hurst, Carl Wagner and Frank construction of permanent buildings I i by W. L. Wilson, director of the
: Homestead of which Wm. J. Getonimo They will remain only long Schneider participated. Mr.' / forWt festival' and state marketing bureau, on recommendation -
adjutant of the local post!enough to enroll and make out Grave won the contest chamber of commerce quarters, of the local advisory
: f' i* manager. The license will be I their schedules. The Homestead Rotary Club will' which have lain dormant duringthe committe of the market Mr. WiV
: sent here within several day after I I Ii Tuesday the pupils will be free meet with the Lions Club at the summer month, were revived son was In Homestead Wednesday
i application I* mad I while the teachers prepare their latter' clubhouse next Tuesday j Wednesday night when the organ to confer with the committee.
I own schedules and attend to other night isation voted to start work of Announcement of the appoint
: The cost of the driver' license
I matters Incident to the influx of clearing land to be used for the ment and of \the calling for bids
I will be SO cent will b* the students. Classes will start at building.The !
eeW I was mad by Charles H. Stettanl,
: office added, a which 25-cent will cover for the notary local the regular hour Wednesday morn- 1940 BUMS ON land la composed of the county agricultural agent and secretary -

: services. Ing.There larger portions of two tracts near of the advisory committee.The .
: will be three new teachers the west boundary of the ball park market, a WPA project, will
Although the local bureau hasonly
: limited at the Homestead school Miss DISPLAY TODAY and south of the swimming poolIt be completed at a cost of $57,000. '
a of licenseapplication
supply
Settle Bow will succeed Mr*. is owned by the city and Dill of Mr. Steffani yesterday; sent letters -
blank on hand, Mrs. Gladys Webb a* home economics It was granted the chamber In
to oil
various companies inviting -
3:: Geronlmo who Is In charge during instructor Mn. Webb has been AT P. B. BIRD CO.The June, bids for the erection and :
the absence
her husband from the city of granted a year's leave of absence. Thomas E. Kirby, president of maintenance of a filling station en '
z aM that the office
Successor of Mn. Margaret may the chamber, suggested to the the market grounds. The market
: would be kept open from 7 to 9 new 1840 Buick will be on
nard as head of the girls' physical that it take thematter
membership
up board lease the amount of
.will
: display today In
p. jn. Saturday in addition to the : a preview at the
education department and a cadet of the new tralldinr. He
: 9 to 12 a. m. dally hours, in order show rooms, of Preston B. Bird land necessary In accordance with
teacher for duty in the school office said rough drawings of the proposed she
: to accommodate the South Dade Motor Co., local Buick and Pontiac the 4If the building needed,
la and as a substitute Instructor, dealer structure would be pro Mr. Steffsnl said, tad the numberof
area. letter to
a the Leader.
: Enterprise, County Judge W. F. have not been selected.At i Model of the new aeries 60 as pared MOIl by architect and yean the.lease I* to run will depend
the Redland schools Clarence would be presented at a chamber unoit the amount of investment
-
: Blanton, whose office Is chargedwits well as the Series 40 will be exhibited
Cray will succeed Miss Helen Bix- meeting In the near future. He the
In erecting station.
: DM sate of driver licenses Mr. Bird said that the
: for Dade County, said that driven Clara ler M science instructor and Miss Series 80 will deliver in Homeitead recommended that something be Bids for the operation of a bar-
Sayen wilt succeed Mrs.
:: should not be alarmed if they Cannot for $1290, while the Series "definitely started" immediately ber shop and a restaurant In connection
Mary Furry as teacher in the third after the land
clearing work gets with the market also
:: obtain their licenses prompt"Jy -' grade. 40 will deliver for the same price were
under
because of shortage of as last year's-$118. way announced.
application -
Baker :M.
Hindman will
return Mr. Kirby appointed a committee
Bids, accompanied by plan,
:: blanks. Ample time will be The official opening display of
for his second year as principal of composed of W. P. Cash John
,
; the 1(40 Buick Is must be in the hands of Mr.
:: granted the public, he laid. the Homestead and Florida scheduled for
:: The letter follows schools and Carl Wagner will City return later In the month, but Mr. Bird (Continued on Page Twelve) Steffani not later than October 30.

: j "I have had a great many in- to serve his ninth term at the was able to get the new can ahead

i (Continued on Page Five) Redland school of time. The public Is invited to Work 25-Acre Wayside Park Begun
on
view the. new models, Mr. Bird

Key West to Be New Basketball Foe said. I On Federal Highway Near Homestead I

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Of H. H. S. As 18 Games Are Scheduled Negro Gets $100 Fine Conversion of a 25-acre tract-of -shrubbery and gras over all the

: As Mayor Continues land, about a mile north of Homestead tract A small number of rubber

With IS games on the 'basketball Graduation took a heavy toll of 'War on the Federal highway, Just trees, planted on the tract several
schedule Ol the Homestead the basketball varsity; Coach on Bolita Play southwest of the Farm Life road years ago by CCC workers, will
High school for the coming season, Bleler said, but members of the Into another wayside park for be allowed to stand. Trees lobe
including one with Key West, "B" team, which lost but one Mayor Tom Harris delivered south Dade was started two weeks added will be of a wide variety
practice will start about October game last year, and members of another stiff blew *. belilapUylnr ago by WPA workers.Construction Wincing rock roads will be constructed -
10, It was announced by T. I. the championship Junior high In the awgre section of a loose block in the urea, after the
I Dialer, athletic director of the sclteel team will be rounded Into when he assessed Joe Smith stonewall, four feet high and two planting work ha been completed.
school. shape to help out the two remaining 12, ache a 110* fine or f S* feet wide,which follows the boundaries A large concrete-reek archway
Key West if the only new school varsity members. A strong and M dar la Jail Monday of the park, will be completed will mark the entrance of the park,
to be included on the list,and this team I* in prospect, he laid. Bight la ''oily owarfc within the next ten days; and a large ..1bou... will be
I Came and those with Redland Miami Basketball will be one of the 31 Others who come before according to R. L, Ogden ef erected within it
Beach and Miami will be the sports Included on the physical me as ambttng charge may Goulds, WPA supervisor la chargeof A total of II WPA workers are
\ toughest and most Important he education program of the school expect jest.heavy a ,....&7 the work. Work pf clearing the employed on the project. 11..&'of
aid. The tilt with Delray wit These will Include active, organized If woven ,.m,." the aaarerMM. land of wild shrubbery and a large them were shifted front the two
open the season and this win be team playing, such a* touch He eaU that be IB determined number of pine tree will start Homestead project, the public
followed by the Radlaad game just football soccer apeedbaU baseball to stem* eel bells after completion of the walL library and the municipal recreation -
before the Christmas:: holidays.The diamond ban and volleyball*&; and scald ewrttase to"give The wan will extend about park, both of which are nearIng -
district basketball tournament more rwwiifled types, each a* paddle be Ifanir until he bassucceeded 13,000 feet and the workmen so completion
i will be held the firstweek of teEUlls, llftle board,tumbling, far, have been building about 800 Dade county commissioner de-
'March, at which time the basketball tennis, badminton, deck tennis, NIce who arrectol Joe ..- feet a day. cided to construct the park at a
and track schedule will be hand tennis, handball, free throw- tired be bad ,""" ef bottle Plats taD for the planting of meeting several month ago Start
JI\Mt out ""(Continued on Page :Twelve) biblsi posetais.. 1,000 trees t large amount of Continued on Page Twelve'I"
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THE LEADEIfcENTERPISE__. Friday, September I&, 1939,

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WELFARE' WORK Homestead P. T. A. Treasurer; :Makes | ,


Financial Statement for 1938-1939:

GIVES BUSINESSIMPETUS __ I

The following financial reportof D. : BmlU,(nfotoria Mom_ IW.TTS : ; School Needs

VIEW I the Homestead P. T. A. far the, -.Tr publMtr oro card ckoiraund IK,..

year UM-1839 li submitted by ?___ ,.-' -. ... ....1
Mrs W. E. Rh.n.t,., .....aurer. This, UpW6119. Ga! ...**

Human engineering that branchof report does not include the cafeteria : ..="'o.Ift" tr.M14.191.41 S4.W FILLED AT
work which discovers I Los 1 ;
welfare which mounted to Asp livessift seeks and s.. I
the talent or ability In a man and IS,14516, or the welfare work in =- Wheat was

help him to find bin proper nicheIn which approximately five! hundred 6ame/ wrA o .saMv numb ..... BURTON'S : l
life. It the most Important project dollar of South Dade Welfare Tiw.1---i. f0sa ... s I

that facet modern business, declined Board fund were expended by PoMproildrMFferinMd- ,i.-:: :.'::-.:' '4.0 I
A. L Nelson secretary of the student aid committee. seal ttleN lit N
Cheat .... sal swat, do..tls ....I :
the Miami Community In Delay In payment an account xm.sa d Te.es.sd Club is XMo&ib BARGAIN BASEMENT

a talk before the Homestead due the P. T. A. caused the reportto Installing. o.Mtdoor.rd> toP fc.ok.to.ir.wiH moll ....'... S:.nSpoUbjkt 1 I
Rotary Club Wednesday noon be made ., Mo I.NDort.
later than usual Mrs. :'kIo :.t.st..w I the largest selection ever shown in Homestead
( UN *
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"Business t. rapidly coming to Rheney Mid.TW .: 0i !
the realization that the efficient ..w oi pt.t iio..1I.. With .... I on display at Burton's Bargain Basement. We
T. 111_ c- led P. T. A. .. .. _. .. have arranged the stock that SERVE
Is whoa life, work and .i'ad df so can
person one .b. ntntiirmt the Homestead Paint tar .link amklMt .1 you ;
social activities are attuned to hit .. T..ckn Association be" he.. .._ _. ... -. s YOURSELF. ,1 1
,
falls ....1_ ... Chatting ilwwtiw that Iltl.-- .... ... Lot
personality, Mr. Nelson said. "A all ,..i4 base line ...lIIlp and wow I : i
cannot succeed In his work Ube ....... k.pt, thM these a. riled !.,apes
man for all ......._ sod wt all ...... Tab! ew.- ._. ._ ,.1751.53
is not fitted to it mentally and I.aa..sd ,....
physically A misfit In an organization The ....._ I* the Firms Nation Dealt C..AwhadPsi...I.ilss. ._ t 507.05 We Insist That You See Our Display
of Homestead be fcmi wrUM 4
H to
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bode evil for the employeand font tort own k> Ml hm a .... balsas M..b.asblp does 1..It

the employer"The .t 1'110 OPIUM so..r.i .... d ....ion and owseadlt.r. Tw Cash day Nt.roorh.... r f>_ noventf.a. _. Sol Before Buying Your School Needs
.... II SIMn.
Miami chest, one of the 500 Mw awn.y distrib
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v...I ud mn nII..tH as the book. Bow. wilt M P. T. A I M
in the United State, has succeeded Y... Very truly Ps.book Mnrfptt .. 1MI4

In consolidating the energy and W. A. i. aop./"........ = money of other welfare agenciesof H..eb.sal, ru. ivt. ,. lose.DMM..wts tr..N..ltd.. ,

the county to the general goodof c.tie RM lpU f root-ties* kook ..lo Be 104 III School Pants Sizes! < to 1439cTO
all. he said. He pointed out -AtM4 rw.. _. for sf.ria 5 sees. I on4 for .:: o d work ..... I
m w.ri 1 .M .
Sontk Do* Wrltoro Board II"sI| Agesato20
that when the community chest work and Ml books is 41 Mcoaot 4.M 59cMen's
wa formed there were M relief County >acre data S44, DYsstfnfulddal k> Bi ikii I ILnAor IUp Grade
11.-- ion C4116 .. ........ 41Total I
agencies In Dade county, and that ft 111 Wilson c... ...... coW _I 4 H -

today there are but 23 and these Value a:....angler. ,.. sonnets fs apf.urks...salsa _. t......*. toorlpto _. ol:IS*:Tl I 98c TO $1.75
are cooperating efficiently with A..r guys ,I." Total dlokwMOM** (_ >or list Hose
for ._ .. .
the chest rm having 14* noekooj 1ST M

Also on the program was E. B. Gaaw rw.bnobly tor _..... praenu 10 n.M" BoJwwo stub a bed (In small SSI.H I I Boys' btenv_ and Coopers

Douglas, chairman of the newly state T.b.re.is/b M4 utioul bed tarn "see.11 MRa. W.. rU I.KHOI-, Auc. SI., Tr.m_.- P.T.A.8a..t.d Sizes 9H to lift :
organized Community Family Ser I Blue Overalls

vice Bureau, a sub-committee of signal and then lapsed into 19c,25c,35cBoys'
Home Run in Final Nub Back
the chest Preston B. Bird who tivity. Perrine scored once Ine-i
Ages 2 to IS
was recently appointed representative Gives Brooker 54Win second, once in the flftth "
of the Bureau in Homestead, twice In the sixth. "

and George Cooper who was Over Horne Simmons, first baseman for G9cBoys'Shirts

named representative from Goulds Perrine, did his part in winningthe II School Shorts

were present Mr. Bird intro- game. He put out 14 men it I .

duced Mr. Douglas and Mr Nelson. A home run in the final inning the-initial sack and when hit Surn1] Happ and Tom Sawyer Grade'79cTO '

gave Brooker a J-to-4 win over came to. bat brought te a score. .

"The main object of the bureau Home at the municipal diamond However, the only error made In I Teas Sawyers sad Blacks 95cBoys'

b to help heads of families and ban park Monday night T. the game was by Simmons. I Beautiful Aaaosiatent

other person with responsibilities Thomas, first baseman for Brooker The delivery end of the game 1 Sizes S yean to 20 years

to help themselves" Mr. Douglas clouted the telling blow. C. was not auspicious. C. W. Carter, 11 to liH necks
Mid. "It wants to give the helpIng Sullivan, his teammate In left ending them over for South School '

d hand to the unfortunate, not field, made the circuit on a single Miami, fanned but two men and 49 c $1.25
as a single act of charity, but Mn sock: earlier in the game. ,allowed seven! to walk to first TO Pants and Slacks

act that will do permanent Horne had Brooker 4 to 2 at the less, Perrine moundaman, struck i
good. It la rehabllitlon that we end of the fourth and then acquired I out three and walked fives Happ Grade
strive for. the goose egg habit The scores I Boys' and Girls'SOCKS Sizes S years to 20 years

W. L Wilson, director of the I Brooker made two in the fifth and MONDAT :MIGHT, SEPT. 11 I Beautiful assortment
both teams were scoreless In the M Mt .t AB BH PO A Itl
state marketing bureau, a guest of
the club, predicted quick success sixth. I B CroekoH, i''c. ;;-,.': 1 a e 44 1 o : $1.75,053.95
Pitchers of both teams failed to C.r.r. It. .._ e 0 0 oIR PKICES10c.19c.25c
for the Florida City State Market W. tarts. at p. 1 t I 1 0 f
do
anything specific toward hold-
which will open In November. ....._,. 1.1. 0 ,
the scores down or lumping them. I Tummies. UJot..oii Boys' Blue Denim ,

Ben respect Archer to the read resolutionsof of W. K. Nelson Home hurler, fanned four : "* i : i i 5! : : and KhakiChildren's
memory nd walked three IH.
while his opponent rf "
Walton, former Rotarian, who died ..Coast. ef 0
Caves, struck out three ..! ..! ..! .. !0i PANTS
recently and allowed four free trips tIJflr.t. Touh, I* t S 111 9 (lAB I Dresses
P.r"s R BH PO A II:
I '-oel._ I 1 I. 0 0 Sites 6 to 1< Ages S to 20
ICE SKATING AT The record of errors showed HI_ Is .., 5 e a e 0
Home made six and Brooker 11. ComrMI a 1 I 1 I h'
rUnnto.. toRoWrv. .' i a i a : :1 49c 98c 99c
1 pulled two. Each team made but rl.M TO
CORAL GABLES IS I I I five base hit*. .ISImmor. Moos., IkJ b 1 I 0 .I U I'e 0 I ,

South Miami and Perrine pro- B. Moor* u._. 1 .
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LURE TO ALL AGES I vided the treat second, with' the balf heavy of end thenightrs i'I :';'..=' t 0 t 5 : 0 aTetai. SEE OUR SHOE DEPARTMENTwith

of a 4-to-2 score going to Perrine ...__. -. tt 4 T (1 iII
South Miami made two runs immediately ;
Sports lovers who want the I
highest degree of enjoyment and after the "play ball "'!..M1./- I : e : : : : i I the enormous stock of shoes displayed so '
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at the time 1 e 1 a aTor
same an activity that you may select and fit yourself. No "high
that Is healthful and bodybuilding BcattieGoestoLO.O.F. I ..... i
Iw Amble p"'". pressure" shoe salesmen to "tell you" what to
can find 1In ice skating al Meet i Co W. Caries a.;:...,... .. M. Masonc I
a t MinneapolisH. .. "Z> '. P* C. "'. buy. Remember-YOU SELL YOURSELF.Girls' .
the Metropolitan Ice Palace in .r T. MnMk Mt. kr P.aeoekf2I kf C. i
Coral o.bJea. B. Seattle of Homestead will 11W CUM 1. kit. tiff i p"Hock: "f..1 I iI
mine.. *nO.. W C rwr 4 to l :
The ice palace, the only Indoor be one of two delegates who will> (..!>. .llck'.r. C W. CITM. Mplrw, I
ice skating rink In the South, Is represent Florida at the 115th an- IBIMT ... McUyI I and Misses' Tennis and Basketball

open the year 'round and la pat nual session of the international (
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ronised by small children and elderly legislative committee of the Independent -!1110_ If __ I | t i) Dress Shoes SHOES
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well Order of Odd Fellow t B. C. S I ,
persona as as vigoroussports
,
O.c.. INI.. Sk .. S t I 0
lovers. Popular rate ot starting tomorrow and continuing Barrow. sstaftit. ?,_ ._ ., I Ball Brand Keda .Maxwells
admission through Friday at Minneapolis ofyeaste. _..._.._. S I t 4tkoriilro PRICES
prevail .. .
for school wear
Contrary to the opinion held by Minn. The other delegate will be m.t ": ':::,.:. : J *1
Frank Huff eagle of West Palm itField. _-_.. .. S S t IO. Blacks, Tsna FanerlOxford 95c
some learning to ice skate 55cro
persona lb ._. eNee. and Stops e
to not difficult, officials of the rink Beach. .., ::_.:::= : e : : f :i

say They pointed out that the Legislation for 1.431,898 men C...,._. .._...! ..! .! ..! ..! .!j Sizes 11% totriucis Oxfords and lace to Toe

modem skates are attached to, and women, members of 24,628 Totals. .._ .._...._...IfTwe 4 a ... a White, Tan, BlueBoys'
hoes, which eliminates the danger. lodges throughout world will .- out ._ ..'.. rem ...L I
w be considered at the aesslons.
from weak ankles. ...... AI BH PO A I :
'j Many doctors recommend skating After the close of the meeting, w mimr. sk s s i a e iIk 98c $2.79Basketball DressSHOES
Mr. Seattle will visit relatives in TO
al a weight-reducer, it was, Ohio. C. .1II1t..... ir ._ i i a .
pointed out, and as a means of Increasing it. s .f e --- I
= = .t I;
a. a '
strength, skating brings Plans are under way for the goals. 4 -- I S Blacks, Tans, Falters
into play practically M many opening of the canning plant of .:. : I t ::1 Shoes Size 1 to 6 '
muscles a* do much more strenuous g"t: :
Paso County Packing Association : t i '
sports.Injuries. K...... '" _'_0" ! 99c $2.89 "
at Dade City by November 11 The .. .. .:: TO

plant Will give employment to T"'; '" _.._. _..... .. :I $1.951'0$4.95 We have a nice assortment to i
Hasten Death
300 or mores .
h.- T I choose from
Of Mrs. Calkins' Father ,,_ ...... i. .. I IBURTON'S
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cause ,cf death.
T. F Vanderpool, 85, father of Mr Vanderpool settled in Oklahoma .....Tea hers kit (hMhlr: kolnr! PM., Team.y. BASEMENTHOMESTEAD
BARGAIN ,
C. Wt4aan xtrllk.
Ilr.f.. F Calkin formerly of SI years ago and woe one ofthe dnoilo y "1_, /. II ._'.... > 1 I*..m"". \
Homestead. died, Monday at his first farmers to plant large to pus: h.- OIl bells ","
Ik hitue, at Tryon. OklA. An illness divenilOi hard (n thJPVUta.Besldi : l> Notions Ooiilwwr 4. M I MM M *"Fw>>.olor "Mu> :f,'.' to.i.on FLORIDAr' '

e -LII'induced by Injuries received t 'ififs Calkins he b survived 4 In ;.T>I_ oft, O rl\".,,., r. I ,. ,
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S vinlr trmtnt pit ice r 1. C "iv.r sob .
in ,i Call two weeks ago was the I h1R y.W., II Ino, sad Mrsxs, -...-.."
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-I .:-Friday;:September 15.1939, ;;LEAD RPISE- Page Three .1


FIVE BUILDINGS


COMPLETED AT


POULTRY FARM I
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l Five new buildings especially WHY-MORE FOR YOUR MONEY?
constructed to Insure strength and
resistance to wind, were completed The quality of the merchandise no sell Is ef the best and w. .. our day.....'selling we save ye* money. For our 13rd Anniversary
I recently at the C. W. Mo- guarantee every Item. We can do this became of our np-te-the- we are ofe..t:: ::' exrept math more so.
With te a l ftbefore as very reasonable !
,f Ewen: Poultry Farm, Waldtn drive mlnyU scientific testing laboratories which we have maintained ..... sawthat It will be many years we will be able ti
and Farm Lift road. I for rears offer such extremely low price again J
The structure are a garage

I and living quarters for workmen, Brand-New Mediterranean Bedroom Suite
a home for J. E. McEwen overseer -
who t* a nephew of the own-
en; a brooder, where small chick Reduced 10.10 for This Ennt'
I are cared for; a unit for intermed
fates: another for chickens nearing
the market size and a repair shop ,
and homing tor a water storage
tank and pumps P n
The quarters which house th' f ,
7 .
chickens are constructed of rorrunted of
; Iron and have IPvf'rd, I
rocs of windows to admit air and
sunlight The floors are of conCrete -
and slope toward vent
which permits easy and quick
cleaning Eight septic! tanks receive -
the overflow from the
chicks' quarters 'V
The farm has an output of about
1,000 frying.sized chickens per
week.


DISASTER GROUP


URGES LISTING REGULARLYSUITE


OF CARS TRUCKSAn INCLUDES 49.98

.
FULL BED, VANITY


appeal to owners of trucks AND CHEST OFDRAWERS 8
automobiles and boats that could f
be utilized for hurricane and other 31M
disaster relief to register with the _
Oewly-authoriied South Dade unit ... as low '
of the Dade County DIter"Re-' Solid western hardwood la ruMe, knotty. ...* down,.
lief Committee was made by Pees pIne with tan finish Plate slaw mirror ._ monthly .
I Aon'B. Bird general chairman 'of U vanity. Ueoorbltt. Beaes rigtdT Small emrry
Lng charge.
{the local Mmrftittee. at a meeting ssomesti.m.
Friday night in'Legion /pall: i

'! transportation A. F Arthur committee, chairman, will'of .the receive ,', ; Same Suite with Twin,Beds.47.88:: Night Table, 5.98; Bench 3.98 '

the nlsttltiQDHe'may
be seen or telephoned at r. C
Peters, Inc; Goulds Communication !
may be addressed t',hint at STUDIO BED-LIVING, ROOM SUITE Unpainted.Chair
Goulds or Homestead
I Mr Bird urged persona who wish Reduced 12.10

i to.volunteer their services for rescue .. ._._ "' _. 79c
work and other duties under. i
j direction of the committee to regit 4788, I 1.19 Value
.i with Foy Hobbs who mayseen be .
at Hobbs Pool Room. His Square back

j malt The address registration li Homestead of hand gasoline a Teraw as tow so .... *owm, design. Built

! pumps U in the charge of A. C { .balance monthly Small ef fine Doug
Deputy, who la chairman of the''V earrylng. charge.Rejfularly la* fir. IbIS
s fuel- committee Mr. Deputy may In. seat.
be.seen*r telephoned at the Hems 59.98
' stead Music Stort' AllSteelKitchen
Vblunteer workers and chairmen Studio divan and matching lounge
! of the various committed discussed w atla? chair. HoaerMU of solUf hardwood. Stool I

f rehabilitation work with-Mr. Bird a Mediterranean! deslgsvBonewhHe
at the Friday night meeting Mr. flnlMhed. Divan .... 98 C '
Bird instructed each, chairman to lIAta, Tsuw rt OOa torts to tall.... bed. Choice ef .
'communicate with chairmen of AND 1.39 Value
brew or blue tapestry covers. >
committees of the-:parent 6rganflatlon > TOlT LAUDEaDALI
at Miami for the purpose of Choice of green
.receiving detailed instruction:: .
or ..hlle, Sturdy
Duties and Two Great Anniversary
{ purpose of eachcommittee steel legs withcomfortable
were read by Mr Bird .
from literature received' from theAmerican PILLOW VALUES
i bank,
Red Cross which I sponsors spotwelded.
REDUCED 11.62 .
I and finances the Dade County

i! Disaster Relief Organization 6-PC. JUNIOR DINING SUITE TapestryCoveredOccasional


Goulds Student Gets + Chair

,i Florida-Scholarship j 5.98

I I Gainesville Sept 14. Warren arkei 7.98 Value

C. Wood, of Could was named pt J +
today'as recipient of i,Sears, Roebuck t ,: ,.lr Modern design.
It Company scholarship at the /" J' J' framss.. of,aoMk
University 6f Florida.: .It C. Peaty: ,'- ; rf. s .rd .. ..
deap of students, said 4fce scholarship i, .; .of..:>, Spring flUrdMate.
'
,would pay $90 per year li o "'\\'tjc";' I Blond
,
said that avery large numbo ef ... "" I finish.Occasional.
applications were made for. the f'-, Ik>,.: 1' .' k

scholarships. :",, ,1.1; ,. .,.. ,. b J ..:. J LU__ ,haaitar/L FlesaaAwkleg
Young Wood war one of some' '- of -- sTrffl ever Rocker Chair
or
sophomore who held scholarship IOUDWEITDN.IIAIID\IVOODo vlemsj ehMiett feathers 79c.
last year He will study In the Rmffet. extemJaii.ir e teM. ajkl 4 chairs. Medl. 88 Rise |tiZCtVvalee. ,
College of agriculture after completing terraaetB type flnlahed la amber. Ilooerbilt u A7, V. 3.98
Sears rigid stoeiteatbasM Feaiherproef ticking ever
the university general' told as r....._ .......... WeU <4 I
college course. easy tersnc made, teUU size ItxH .79 % I Reg. 493

.. .
"WIth the 1939-40 citrus season \ Sat-type tent
about to open Burton H. Schoepf' with walaakfinished
of Tampa, I* making plans for an* 5EAR5 ROEBUCK AND CO frank
other statewide drive for the unl Choke of Emu
form tale of orange Julce. t 5c per or mat home
,lali. -. BisCayne Blvd. at 13th Street,,Miami' Free'Parkinjf lien.



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Four, THE LEADER-EKTERPISEi i ',. Friday SeptmWlfr,,.1939



THE LEA ER.EmRrIUSE{ : m VLOIZIDA' tj.c ?.!H :1 3LTS[ *- ? KM'i mrl YTTYTY"TYYT'O''Y1'YYYYTTTn CURRENT

.......... naves (A Iaea.rr4 Pta.
le w e..n gala ........... calls.sift .
FJ.DJlI/Jllt.. COMMENT

AaCBE.. _..__ gNtw 1/ '
MAUOaU UACI ***... &/r of fllIPRN By AGNEW WELSH, MiuaX
.._,,- we saw a I ....................... .... ................ ....1

..bvxl .. Sum"* .lM Mil mmttttIt. .? $ /*MSt PAQOMt, SMKlHtS ffX0G E$ The Idea of an ocean telegraph
me" l.... M .... .... ffk* .< CHS''A/E PL QNTS 7WUI. of submarine
JANTkfJN by meant a cable
............ rkrfcta, tutor w Ml ..rMr.a AND ,lr
.. ISTI.auancairnoN. ROCK GAfiffffMS SGOWOSUIMfttnc) Wit born In the United States In

lUTca oet
fit..=.t-= awn _.._:.-::::::: a S4.::: liT cwcArz4 F/OAlQI1- West connecting not begun England until 1191.and France,

RAe. oIAPANnr watt/NMA7XM It was Cyrus W. Field who

(The Folly of Treaties Not ecsTlIN- SUV4 11M/. clAPRN&SE "', backed the transatlantic line andit
TeN / Hotng, wa not until after several unsuccessful
Vigorously] EnforcedThe t/N/qyrjrEn attempt that a cable

world today I* faced with I was laid at a ,cost of 179 million k
because i' dollars and communication was
another Armageddon largely -
a certain nation violated or } .f r r I opened on July; 18, ISOfl. There 1
renounced solemn treaties while l were about ten Such lines across ',
thorn the Atlantic and now the scientific ':
other nation, signatories to
treatises failed to demand com- I world displacing these by .
pliance therewith. mean of the short wave radio and! ?'
one can sit In his own home and \1
Danzig and Polish Corridor are
hear direct war new from London i
the tragic to the I
merely
sequence
Paris and other countries: Involved .
violation of the Kellogg-Brlaod .t
in the present crisis.
Pact and Nine Power Treaty when
I The most secret code messagescan
Japanese troops, on the night of
be tent by cable through mean f
18 1931 seized Muk-
September ,
,
of an invention ,that fumbles the '
den To Its credit the League of
letter of the menage Into an unintelligible
Notions undertook to atop Japan
r r ,
mass, and After crossIng -
but failed. And to its credit tile I +r_. tt+w' 3 .
the "big drink" they are reassembled
United State, which was signatory ;,.,. -...;. In their proper order, by .Y
to both the KelloggBrlandPact
mean of a similar mechanism.
-"i it't1OA
and the Nine Power Treaty,I e e,
ought with the aid of England to: 'iwsxMr' ptrrtet
Old Midas, the touch of whose
halt Japan but, unable to get favarable 1 moo AU. AMRnlylRA7s magic hand we saidto turn
action through diplomatic,
r / /-v everything unto gold, will soon be
channel, the matter wa not
THAT Ir loiNS outclassed by the chemical engineers
pressed # OOtfM T /., II who are making casein
Today Manchuft and other DIFJNrLAQ "SA64UIR fiber from skimmed milk. From

portion of China are In the pot- 8IXJY iS LESS this fiber It woven a cloth laid to

session o/ Japan dOffC AND NRSA resemble gabardine. Clothing I

The next act of aggression was I1NtSr IIS1tJIeTI/J ; .. .!' kF from it It now on tale In New ;

that of Italy against Ethiopia. Both rawe/""'/ York' fashionable Fifth avenue
nation were signatories to the stores. If a Guernsey Jersey or
Kellogg-Brland Pact and also adherents Durham suit doe not pleat you.

of the League of Nation try on. one made from toy bean,
Again the League of Nation I n 1IIIIIIIIImllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllU A CHILD'S FIRST DAY AT SCHOOL or you can get 'em of spun glass, '

failed and the fifty-two nation I now woven Into beautiful fabric
who are parties to the Kellogg i i e e
20 Years Ago threat Should Hare Much to 1
Briand Pact failed to act concert. Do With Its Success schedule of his school will be, and I Dr. Buzzard, acclaimed an eminent .
edIT! against Italy. The United I If it I* customary for youngster English physician i* quoted

Stales performed In part ,her I mil ....... to sap 15.4 "or_ I to drink fruit or tomato juice In, ** laying "Whatever you do In
1111I11 JIIllIIlIIlIIlilllIIHIlUlllllllumu! Cal) ...bill New.r.rh .
I w C.IMe. Usl..niy.
agreement and takea (life don't lead what I 11 called
Cltr. .. a.ten tom to ,...... i the mid-morning a
Quick to act on the suplneness Tk* Mbwhic tern m UlmMta TO&. : indw.athm Oft edu &lu.". I II short rest period, Introduce the innovation 'regular life." So you. want u* to
gram 544..1 the llMM.M.ptU. I
of the great power In not enforcing a. _...... M-.. u. ISIS, I Davie Junior decked In small yourself before Die lead a hodge-podge, no-plan,
the League of Nation Pact, as tlw _lit ri....rfcta. Bum car. trousers with real pocket, a clean :,,teacher spring it on. Sonny I 1 catch-M-catch-can existence; wear
rrm.d teh IT, with UK M-
K*>
and the Kellogg. Pact, the Nazi .5..4 t..dsSeptember shirt" and shiny shoes,.is about to Ii i ii : Don't wait until the big day to our nerves to a frazzle, without
Government began to remilitarize I i be cast out to link or swim in a insist that he gets up early, dress fiend or aim, eh? I'll admit therein
the Rhlnelandv Now for the tint ii. 191 i strange sea of schooling I have breakfast and attend to i i danger of getting Into a rut but

time military fore was proposed -", It was decided several : What does be think about It? I toilet duties U time to b* off for[I this thing of flying about like a

against these act of aggression weeks ago not to wait until the arrival .I Grown-ups In. -hit circle have school That little routine can all t recently beheaded chicken doesnt
Frenchmen tensing the motives of of the machinery to begin all- I something to do with that.MSo :be worked out beforehand I|appeal to me. System la the thing,
the German day electricity. Alter tome searching Eves though the school promisesa Doc .
aggressive mind criticized Davie 1* a big boy now, and he' I I .
England' leniency:: toward a man was found to run the going to school: beam mamma't ,. complete, physical examination, e.tn eI
tht German Reich for allowing ito t plant during the day Ceo. Fuller head-patting friends. "Hs't goingto most parents find it well to havea I I the springtime the young

remilitarize the Rhineland and who had charge of the plant In learn to read at last" add hit chlld'i health his tight and hearing man's thought may have lightly
said that a "preventive woe, 1917 when it tint started, was in, aunts"That teacher will straighten checked before he enter turned to thing of love, but back

against Germany would likely duced to help out. In this case It the young man out," prophesy school. I about three generation his grand '

save millions of lives and hundreds will be possible to start up running hopeful grandparent Well, I Hew About Clothes? mother' turned to "green*"- ,
of mllllont worth of prop day and night, beginning next handled the teacher who tackledme No- matter how beautiful a : dandelion mustard and turnip

Monday at 4 a, m. ." | ," and Dad If off on 'another ,youngster may be when attired an:I being favored one,-before the lettuce .
erty.What with German propaganda -"I. R. Matthew hat purchasedthe tale of teacher-baiting "But do !I I Portrait of Boy in Blue he will I II bed wa ready for the knife. .

that she was not the aggressor In Bealey place at Redland and i you think he'll pass?" ask his I be moat unhappy if he I* not Now on* of the great state universities
the World War, and the general will move there soon." I brother and lister "I'm losing I dressed exactly at all the other i has "surveyed" their possibilities .
-The addition of Homestead! small Little girl are not and find grandmother
desire for world peace Ger- !my baby," light mamma. boys are.
many' Insistence for full sovereignty Garage will M finished In a fewday W* suspect that all children are I l'to insistent upon inconspicuous I wa doing wisely toy hers family,

was passively agreed *, and the Interior rearranged.'prejudiced for or against school r (Continued on Page Ttre) for they ascertained that 15 kinds ,

to by most of the nations at least The Armour building which waa I bog before they ever go there. wee"wMnnwM."N.w"nIw.M W MeM".YM"""" of "weed afforded the modern }
there was no powerful opposition reported In different papers a* beIng .!,Youngster are intensely eager to and much-heralded vitamin C in,

to the assumption of such sovereignty -totally wrecked" it being grew up, and going to school 1* Children in Court quantities to compare with, If not
prepared for the pouring of the the first big stop In that direction. : exact spinach Milkweed headed .
concrete. ." I Treated with respect and spared Dt Judge Malcolm Ilatfle14 the list of desirable*. followed by
Nazi I I
The made the most of the
world sentiment that civilized -"I. C. Green ha* sold his grocery t adult teasing, moat of them go .... u_ dandelion, sheep sorrel pokeweed
and fruit store to W A. Frazeur' ,and the odorous skunk cabbage. -
;willingly But how little '
justice be done her. The result who I many THE PROBLEM OF ADEQUATE e J ,
contemplating improvemenuv" -
has been the remilitarizing of thewhole ;heart today are thumping in DISCIPLINE
I I
You meat people with strong ,
foreboding and in downright fear
or Cannaay} the formationof "Nina and Albert Sutton left' A mother irequenuy complainedthat personalities, people 'whO make on I
a* that fatal tint school day in I
the BerlutOtoaM the destruction
: Tuesday night to attend Stetson !e September approaches? her children were shiftless; you an impression you do not soon :
of the Spanish Republic, University at DeLand ." 'I that the much: preferred to wash forget Those you want to forget .
Austria and Czechoslovak.: the -"A meeting was held at Florida i Hew Caara5satsRelpl the dishes alone than to shout hero have what might b*'termed ad.

establishment ef a friendly; government City Monday Bight, at which the I 1 I Suppose last ;year a child's self hoarse la trying to ,get tor verse. personalltief There It .

In Spain to. the detrimentof future welfare of the school wa* 'mother took the opportunity ot daughter to help. This mother,something In their'makeup that i* I

France sad England; the taking discussed. It wa decided to continue going to school, meeting the teacher did rot realize that industry 1* repugnant to'.'you you would

of Memci and the bringing of the six lower grade a* heretofore and returning, with peasant merely; an acquired habit.Pareaq.wbeg'permit rather not come In contact. with .) ,
Hungary, if not. Russia, Into the The grammar school will new for the prospective scholar. children to them: 'The'dtreet "or delightful taipersonalities f
I' line of the Reich under Hitler and open OB Mondays September J3.I Or better still the may.have taken 'evade.their responsibilities ,should IaN those who ring .**

now the attack on Poland. Mrs. Marshall (nee Mist Evelyn: him along to get:an idea of realize that such a practice becomes true;,PeOPle who value you for / :
t 14 the Interim Italy after the Spencer) will teach the kinder)what he will; be.dolnC in,the fail. : fixed habit No 'child what rod 'are rather than what i I

conquest t>f Ethiopia, aeiaed Albania tartan this ;year, having been very[!Suppose he I* akadj ,accustomed ,should be Inunored.when,he. lose use they can make of you; people *. ,

and Japan hat continued satisfactory last year. Misses Emma to, group of .children through his' ,tempe or .sulks when asked Upon whom You east rely under all > ,
her onslaught an China. Fitch and Lerean Mitchell and, Sunday school'experience, or :to certain duties around circumstance people, to' whom 'J
Today within eight yean, the Mrs. Vera Pearson have been definitely membership tn tome organfoed :the home The boy who learn to goes would be glad to .render a''

present old-warU civilization la on engaged ,* 'play group Suppose he..nsal. 'perform a specific task each day favor without expectation: or de- *'.',
UM brink ot being destroyed because "Othelux Fuch returned early'In ready made his adjustment to other I* not so easily sidetracked when tire for a return tn kind. These '

of the greed selfishness and the week I from her vacation children la a ..inar#or kinder ,he It forced la confront Ute realities art the Interesting personalities, "

procrastinating policy .| great tri'5 to Tmnetaee." f gartan group. Then school won't (hat accompany his tint steady th.'worthwhile people who make

power In not promptly forcing -"Cha*. T. Fucha Jr. attendedthe Deem to strange.If :employment life worth living
compliance with) the treaties and Florida Baker Association he hat never pent a day entirety I No child who ha* failed to learn
pacts to which they were partie meeting ta Tampa last week." away from home It wouldbe discipline and to form certain definite "AD right back there?" called >}'
weU to see that he doe to be- traits of character should be the conductor from the front of theat,
Soy14 19IS.Tbe .
: Wealth after all hv a relative fore school open to that the two allowed to start on a career of self car. '
I thing since be thai Ha Mttta, and > hurricane which wa predicted shock of going, to school and being expression. Both the mind and Hold on," .can**, a feminine '"f

i want lea,.to richer than he that \path fell section on away from oumma.will not the personality. are developed by voice., Waii till I get my clothe* '
) lau rnvch, and wants more'-Col- sebedule& hit I simultaneously, Let Aim training and practice. Parentsshould oa." r I

ton to eton*to stay with a relative tjr tafc* advantage ot every opaorUmity > TMo-eotino"'c NU tvrnad,'and
, dldQ1 react ").r,.t IlL What we friend who will .lv ,hla> *W7 prwwBUd tn the home to craned their neck expertaarttjr.; A ,
: ,: Wealth la at his that hat it, did get was a blow that tome **. experience. : develop Industry and character, girl tot on with a baatatt of )sun* 4,1

,ant Uf .114 *ntan JV TraplUia a, .(OPlatiw5.0.PIU.\f't i ),. '. 99114 :uPNt.l,,6li)1'j1tAttt lnrlat ,IA.44k.wWraw _dryl. !Exj;, .... .




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Friday. September 15. 1939 __ __THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Paw Five


;: I'' A CHILD'S FIRST DAY AT SCHOOL I DRIVERS' LICENSE i oat in by and someone! notarised, and then sent Death Takes Dr. Panntci, 1 j'

fee of Me for.:: cw:1: Owner of Redland Grove

i (Continued From Page Four) child for school i* not a separateJob 1 1I (Continued+From- One and $1 for the chauffeur1 license, !)Po Charlf aTpannacI, B2. owner -
Pass at which time the license will thenbe
from preparing hick to meet
I of a large grove oil PIWIIJIf'I'I
but
apparel even they prefer not I
,, life as it comes along. It 1* all part I qulrie from citizens In the south Issued. It the applicant care drive west of Richard road, died
to stand out from the-crowd.
1
of training him toward increasing j end of the county In reference toobtainiitf'slpp'Bcatibns to come to the office to make ap-
i' A wise mother will mark allot I I recently: of a heart attack suffrrrda
Independence for his parents, to- ,, for the ltu- plication and obtala the license in he
; her chlld'i was driving In his car en .1
belonging
the chlld'g It distinctlywith li ward accepting new .situations.I I I once of state drive:'. license, and person there will be no notary road near Ql venport" N. Y., according -

name. sometimes The tint school day give parents ;j jan 'In order for the citizens in your fee charged for the affidavit which I to word received by
difficult for a teacher to select I
excellent chance to check their community to understand the sltnation. I* reared on the application. I
friend to th Rmfland i
',. Mary Ann's blue coat with a success in helping a child to help I!i I would Ilk to call to your I However, there is nothing to prevent I District
Threugtht a to-tacMcnce
linen I H i.ir
collar from other
among eight
himself. j attention the handicap under which the applicant from making : ;
blue coat with linen collar I which was flagged down by .1
/Ill wt are at present working the the affidavit: before any notary '
" Book, sweaters, jacket, raincoats Issuance .f these licences, and to public, or other officer authorized h ch-IIlker. whom the physk'ian
rubber, hats and had picked up just before 'he 'NA'
t. even 20 YEARS AGO assure the citizens .f having to dmlnUrter oat?* and, ho doubt,
hankie* should carry the child' stricken Hl. contained Dr. Pannacl's -
to obtain this will be
ample opportunity more convenient to
wile and .
name. 11111MIIIIIMMM,.. .. n .,,'"_ these licensee.This person living out of town. I, daughter.Or.
Small children learn to mend Pad had wend the
much (Continued From Page Four) law was to" go Into effect "There are two claaaea of licenses grove during the put eight y.in

not under more easily when to they do are tlmated to reach 80 mile an hour e* August 1, 1890, and all driven I namely, operator1 license ,and had maintained a winter homeat

They pressure with the so. In the maximum gust It was aplenty I>had to have their license* by On.i .j jI I and chauffeur' liceaae. If a person Coral Gable for the past It

borhood can children compete later on. neigh Many however, for It blew over I I Itttar. A* a matter 61 fact, the |; 1* hired to drive an automobile years. lIe paid frequent serial

modern tint-grade teacher bold a number et trees and caused 'the ,department of public safety did or truck for compensation h. and business vWU to the Red-

off Mss of corn avocado and conIdentblB not place in our hands these applications must have a chauffeur's Hceruw, lands.A .
any suggestion of reading for
and licenses Until a few and tills license covers the I
world
several month, feeling that a ,( grapefruit along with.tlC1'I. operation war veteran, he retired \
day before September B, on which of his privately owned ear from '
child' adjustment to the school] roofing paper a* had almost general practice several
situation must come tint So outlived its usefulness. Southof date we began selling them. We "While I am not m position yean after the war because of ill

don't let Junior expect to give a Florida City damage wa don have been able to> get only a JI..ltoed extend the time after October I, health. H* is survived by hit

leading demonstration right the railroad and it wa found supply of applications and licenses I am sure that ample time will be 'wife, two daughters, I son his

You may avoid the heartbreak away. necessary to send several trainloads and by reason of this, have granted, aa the public has not had father, two listen and two brothers -

Which attended small Matilda on of rock from Ojua to ballast 'not been able to place these application 'reasonable time in which to obtain .

the tint Sunday after school the road at Everglade to keep the bi the outlying district of these licenses from September 8,

opened last fall, when she opened tricks front washing away. the county, e* It 1* necessary to when they went on sale to October AID FOR FAIt VISITORS

According the weather forcaater retain sufficient supply here In the 1, when they should have had
the funny paper, and bunt into New York Sept. 1*.-Mor than
loud and angry wall There before -' the hurricane was of the freak ,office In order to accommodatethose I from August 1. 100 nurses will assist a corp of

her disillusioned eye were I' type, a* it wa accompanied by a who are standing m line. "No doubt, the department of physicians at ten first-aid stations

the small black and white scratches cyclone or waterspout, which f "It is my Intention, a* lOOn a* public safety will take care of this on the grounds of the New York

she saw but Sunday. She had wrought great damage at Gould*. ) we obtain I sufficient supply of actuation.; i world's fair 1931. Despite ac.'l-

been assured that when people "Violet Umphrey celebrated her i these applications place them "I will appreciate It It you win dent prevention! measures, fill officials

:went to school, they could read. Ilth birthday on Wednesday with 'I it convenient places throughoutthe r advise; the citizen of your ere-1| estimate that 40,000 of the

The first School Day: a company *f young friends wool i county. It will be impossible muntty that while It 1* necessaryto 80,000,000 visitors will receive

helped her dispose of the Ice cream' for me to send out the licenses I obtain them license a* soon as some degree of: medical service

When the first day of school arrives and cake." i with the applications. However, possible, there Is no need for]

go with the child to school, Herbert Lamb. Is home again!with the applications accessible to 1 alarm, and Just a* soon as I can]t clent supply of applications in

set him safely In the room let after an extended visit to his your community, they can be made possibly do so, I will place a tuf f 1- ,each vicinity"
him be very lure that you expect
brother, Howard, at Aural
! I Mm to have a wonderful morning treat, Vs." ReI I j|

and that you win come back tor '
him when he I* ready to go home. -'Stanley M.thbaa bought
the Thorns Edward ]
Then leave, unless he teacher property.
I I
-"A 'pie and pound' party was
urges you to slay. The child may
given Miss Nina Sutton ay Thelma
feel deserted for a few moments,
Frazur Tuesday night" I
but hi the modern flnttjnd
-"Mr. and Mn. Ftettas left for'
room he will see so many enchanting -
Key West Friday
things to investigate that
"Mrs. F. M. Hunt has moved toHo..tead
you will fade naturally into the

background k* you fade out of the and" established lIerl
hospital there."There j
door.What are three new pupils'I
wilt he see? A
sunny
registered. this) week Thomas ,
room fun of gay color and plants,
Thou*, Allan Tibbit and Vivian
mall table and chairs, picture Free." I

book stacked on low .bel..
I-"Dr. and Mrs. S. S.
Shleld./!
blocks, toys, easels and petal '
al quietly celebrated their 30th wedding
brushes, clay, colored paper I anniversary on V.it
eclMora room planned for hi I Thund17j
Flnrtd C1t .
renmg. --< )
delight The teacher we hope,!
-''Mr*. M. C. Norwood and dau.h1 1
will have for each youngster a
tars accompanied by Isabel and
friendly personal greeting which
Mary Becker, returned from their
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turned last week from spendingthe
In Oregon, Washington -
summer
California and North and 1939 New CropTOMATO
In and AroundHotnesiead South Dakota

I Wm. J. Geronimo. marshal of SEEDCLICK'S
Florida City and adjutant and
service officer of John O Sally
Post of the American Legion of
Homestead, left lost Friday to attend i
a school: of instruction for ii'
American Legion service officer '
MM. It a Ewing left Mondayto Archer Smith returned Friday I at the United State Veteran Hospital Grothen Globe
visit her ton-ln-Iaw and daughter fro ma trip to Loa Angeles a.ntIJloll'wood :
Pine, St Petersburg
at Bay near
Mr. and Mrs. C. Gardner, In Calif., and other point)' In company with other at MarglobeImproved :
Washington, D. C. She will be of Interest In the wet He alix,
1 the school: ha accepted an Invitation -
joined in Washington by Mil visited in Kansas City and Den, to have a complete physical Rutgers
Kan, Mr. Smith his.
Laura Ewing of Topeka tsisterinlaw ver. completed
of Mr*. Iwln,. I University education at Gainesville -, found check-up to have at the high hospital blood pressure and wa Special Stock Buist Globe t
this and will be ,
I spring connected -
At the suggestion of hospital physician -
Miss Nina Drew, of MiamI a : with the executive depart
[ he i* remaining for a ten- FERRY.MORSE
ment of the Pan American Airways -
former teacher in the Homestead day period of observation and -
schools, visited here with Mr. and this winter. treatment In the hospital
Mr*. W. R. Bird on Monday. She Grothen Globe
Dr. Robert Crow returned to his!
received her mailer' degree from Miss Lillian Thomas expect to
the University of Michigan till home In Chicago on Friday. leave Friday for her home in MarglobeRutgers
I
fummer.Mr Athens, Tenn. She has been visiting -
Anne Rheney returned homeWednesday several week at the home of

*. J. W. White and ton, William after pending severaldays Mr. and Mr. Oscar Clonlnger.
have returned to their homeIn with her uncle and aunt, Mr. Pritchard's Scarlet'Topper
Washington, D. C, after visiting I and Mr. W. L. Shackleford, In William Geronlmo, Jr., will
.In. White' brother-in-law and West Palm Beach. leave Sept 18 for Gainesville Ga.,
KILIE'SGrothen
later, Mr. and Mr*. frank Skill to resume his studies at the River-
for several week They were accompanied i Mr. and Mr*. R. R. Kinard and,10ft side Military Academy.
back by Mil Elizabeth Dickie, spent last weekendIn Globe *
Skill, who will begin a premedical Tampa. Milfrcd Severy returned to her .
course at the University of 'I home Sunday from the Kendall X

Maryland, at College Park. Wil- Edwin Lawrence and Rex Faustleft hospital, where she had been receiving -
liam will be a junior In pre-med Monday 'Tor the University of treatment for the post ten
at George Washington University 'I Georgia at Athens, where Edwin months. LIVINGSTON'SOld
in Washington, D. C. will be a aenlor In the school of
business administration and Rex Mrs Alma Doxsee and Shirleyand Globe .
W. R. Bird returned Wednesdayfrom I will be a freshman. Joanne Doxsee returned on
a business trip to Jackson Saturday from a two month visit MarglobeHector
Will.'Jr Mrs 3. a. Williams, of Fitzgerald with relative in Kenaett Ark..
C*., J* visiting her soninlawand and Memphis, Tenn. ,
Mr. and Mr*. A. D. Yogis and daughter, Mr. and Mr*. Earl
daughter, MarJorie, returned to Cravey, In Homestead. Emory and Bobby Brandenburg Supply Co.
their home In Naranja Friday from returned on Friday from a summer -
a three-week visit in Hot Spring,I John Frederick, Theodore visit with their grandmother,

, Ark., and point In North Carolina. Franklin, Pierre McDanlel and Mr. H. L. Brandenburg, of Gay, HOMESTEAD, FLA. PHONE 37
, Ga.
Myron Grennell left Monday for
I the University of Florida atGaineivtll
Mr and Mr Wilbur Alburr of *. Mill Charlotte Gerontmo i* expected .
Naranja/tiave'returned home after I Ii back this week from Long

a visit In Maryland and New York, Tom Colllni left on Sunday forthe Island N. Y., where she has been As
where they visited the World' University o;'Florida, wherehe visiting her aunt, Mr*. M. L. Car.
fair. V will be t junior In pre-med.. Un, in whose company ihe visited k
the New York World' fair and
Dr. arid Mr*. Frank Hauiman Mill Annabel Redd left on toured several new England itate
had a* guest on Saturday, Mr. Friday for Southern College at
and Texas.Mr Lewis Smith, of Houston, Lakeland. READ THE WANT ADS TO

Miss Dorothy Spink of Miami '
MAKE
Mr. and Mr*. C. Hagler Rice and I* visiting Misses Jeanette andAnnette s I
sons, Frank Hagler and Surry, returned -
Campbell this week. ROOMS ,;
Wednesday from a trip to mm G. BALL

Alabama and the Smoky mountain Mr Mae Stringer, her daughter.. BRIGHTER,
*. They made the trip In their Mrs. Bernice Gourlay and Raymond -.1 NOTARY PUBLIC
auto trailer. Sommera, all of Atlantic
City, N. J., have arrived to makeHome.tead
Mr. and Mr*. Paul Reynolds and their permanent home Fire Insurance and
sons, Joe and Gene, spent Saturday -, Mr*. Stringer 1* a sister of Lou
deep-sea fishing with the Boy Gable of Homestead. Kindred Lines
Scout of South Miami. They,
were guests of the scoutmaster, J. Mr. and Mr J. E. Zalesky oJ
: IS N. Ereme A_
A. Frucha.Mr .
Miami and children Jean and
Dick are pending several day I
*. Virginia Hook Walton will with Mr*. Chas. Camp on Bat*>
leave Monday for Grandln Flee, drive. )]J&TI 1f Y ,

Mr for a L week'J, Fennel visit with Mr. and ,


Mr. and Mr Vane Harris FLORIDA lIy,Mzs.w. W.CITY Sever Tropical Cafe "
returned Rooms finished in paint, .varnish enamel, or lacquer -

last week from a visit with ; .SAxee Berth >( sib bail puke homemaking M much ,easier. Let us
friend and relative In Wisconsin. Miss Mary Becker returned', ,
how color ample of what paint can dole I
--- Saturday front spending1 euM- ?/0solaTltD,>n.oamAt yea
Mr. R. L.Scott and eon, Bruce, mer In Virginia,;and vtatttnf the interior decoration. ,
returned Friday from a vacation Workft fair. Regular dinner .._ We
spent la Hendersonville.RicbandxFis 'k
Plate lunch .. abc
Mrs. C. Q. Nelson returnedWednesday I. -......." ..
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i&( his father, Cha T. ruche, Sr., -
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and other Tehtfve and Urt. Joseph Rusted rf
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too-with smooth, brilliant floor .- .-eaay-io-

clean woodwork. washable walls :
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STATE SIIIPPRS I SMITH NEW F. P. & L HEADBRYAN I'3,000 STUDENTS describe functions of the the organisation university's student and- !, d I

government and the "honor
HELPED BY NEW ENROLLED AT Florida.system" which ia traditional at t f


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FLORIDA STATE ,

You GetGoodLooking
Gainesville Sept. 14.-Recent
Gainesville Sept 14.-More than I
opening of I new terminal In the Shaves
3000 students will Invade the
Philadelphia wholesale
produce I
y a market WM hailed by a state University and another of Florida college campus year nextweek will I With This New
marketing "a
authority
at
move r get under The largest
way. single
> "which holds poulbllltlef of treat
group among the students will be
benefit to Florida growers" as the
I( the freshmen, a group approximating Gillett'Blade
pew marketing season approach
1,000 students It Is expectedto
I j I). E. Tlmmons, Florida Extendon !: be the largest group of tint-

) ?, Service marketing specialist, :year students ever to enroll at the
1 / aid the establishment recently of university.As .
. a new market for the receipt and
In
years past, the first week
tale of truck-shipped fresh fruits will be one of orientation for the
, and vegetable "is the beat news new students. Under the supervision -I At I z rice lrbt
i
that bal come out ot Philadelphia ot faculty members and a
\ In many I ity\ I number of outstanding older students
I "For too many yean," ha said, the freshmen will learn Just
"shipments by truck from this,
how different college life is from i
) state have been iold at a disadvantage -i high school life to which they have f
! to our grower because of been accustomed. Student Body
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,I the extreme congestion and other 1- I President Ed Rood of Bradenton
unsatisfactory condition In the HANKS 'WJLLI'RESTON' and Honor Court Chancellor Emmett ? *Giusti. f <

Dock Street and Cjllowhill Street Formation of the new law firm directors: named McGregor Smith I Ito Smith of St Augustine will Slide, versa,ues. si r
markets, principal Philadelphia I I *1ee, Of EQa.4,
of Hanks & Preston to become the presidency: Mr. Smith was 0taea
receiving points tor truckihlppedsupplies test Rail
i ." chief counsel for the Florida ,vice-president and general manager aarvty C.&srtAt
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Prior to coming with the
METROPOLITANICE
I In 1938, he pointed out, Florida ,Power and Light Company was Florida Power and Light Company A ay SovMd "

moved 2,018 carloads of produceto announced by Bryan Hanks, who he was president of the
the Quaker City by truck. has resigned .presldent of the Lolslana Power and Light Com- PALACECORAL
"This is a substantial volume,"
company. H* will be Joined by pany. whisk
Tlmmons said "and we know from GABLES FLA.S. YOU
Will Preston head of
the company' -
Associated with Hanks St Preston I wiry
studies made by the Federal Bureau \V, 17TII AVE
legal department, and by
of Economicsand will be Shelby O. Gaskin, formerly stubble a Jifly-
state Agricultural other members of the department of Crawford it Gaskln Orlando JUST OFF TRAIL and save money too-with the

Pennsylvania marketing and New authorities Jersey that In The legal department of the com- and William L, Gray, formerly PublicIce I Thin Gillette Blade.Edges of an
pany will be abolished, in conformity I I
Philadelphia's of Blackwell& Gray, Miami Improved kind give you refreshing -
unsatisfactory marketing -
facilities have boosted the with the new procedure found Offices ot the firm will be in the Skating Daily good-looking shaves every
satisfactory In many utility com- Ingraham building, Miami, where time and
cost of distributing our produce panies. t:31-5 P. cot t-lt.lt 9. .... protect your skin
there. the Florida Power and Light Com- Weds S.&. and Svn. Mornings from smart and burn Gillette
"In the Dock Street market for Following the resignation of pany also maintains general of- 1-11.31 alone could produce, and

example, trucks are delayed for Hanks-as president-- the board of Aces ADMISSIONChildren sell at only Ito for 4, a top.

(tours In traffic jams which develop _. SSe quality blade like this. Buy a
in a street too small to accommodate and State marketing authoritiesIn fresh fruits and vegetables." (Morning and Afternoon) package ton your dealer today*
the volume of business. the first calling for Improvement -I As a direct outcome of this activity Adulte 40. SpectAlor He
Much produce spoils be.cause more than two years ago I Tlmmons said a group of SKATES RENTED II [,,,11." Bind., Aft. P'"vft ,I I'I
/ existing stores are too mall More recently, growers In several: leading produce dealer in the instructors U Teach Ye. 8y Th" Mok.. of Ih. 'OIVO'"
[to handle the supply and the sur- states as well as consumer organizations Dock Street market organized the I
plus is piled on sidewalks and in Philadelphia have Philadelphia Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Gillette J5/U/ .I/Ode/

a'-- pren in, the gutter. ';1'he..nd asked that steps bs taken to effect Terminals. Inc., operator ot tdllt y,. Wnth 3 For 2Sc
Other unsatisfactory conditions In economies in the Quaker the new market tor truckshipped I
the market were cited by Federal City's system for distribution of produce. -
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I SPARKMAN-HARRIS WEDDING TO TAKE W. M. r. RE-RUCTSilLS P. T. A. BOARD TO MEET 1939-40 TEACHERS

PLACE IN MIAMI CHURCH ON SEPT. 28,I 4 Mr.*.COLLIER R. Collier nVStDENT WM ro-elocted I I IN GET-ACQUAINTED LUNCHEON TUESDAY

-- president of the W. M. V. ef the I -- .

The marriage of Mrs. Mildred Vannl Lee flares, Sr.. of Home, First Baptist Church *f Home* Members of the Homestead P. T. board are officers and committee

Patterson IparltlDd to Herbert tend, crew up here and ti sow stead Wednesday at the monthly, A. executive) board will meet j chairmen M follows! : president.
Harris win take place\ ** Sept 28 ':Amman of the Fnch Baker: at business meeting. Other Officers I
the 1039-sib teacher at It Bird
W first
a get-ac-
In ..s First Christian Church of ,, Sooth Miami. Chat. T. Fuchs J,., elected were: first vice-president,,, ; vlce-pmtdent; ,
Miami, with the putter, the Rev president of the Tuch Baking Co. Mrs. J Tom Vann; second *lce- qualnted luncheon to be given byrd Mrs. M. F White; second vlce1 .

Everett & Smith, performing the :,:who lived hers and developed hh president, Mrs. Catherine Picks ,,, die executive board Tuesday, Sept 1 president, Mr*. l'rt.toIa Bird;
ceremony. Only member of the present business In Homestead third vice-president Mrs. S L It, to the school cafeteria, it was secretary, Mr*. Oetx D. Rubble;

families ef the bride and bridegroom I,will be beat man at the wedding. West; recording secretary, Mrs, decided at an executive meetingIn 'treasurer, Mrs, W. K, Rhcney;
and close friends will be In After a honeymoon of week J. C Venn eorrespoading secretary 1 J parliamentarian, Mn. Ben Archer;
attendance. I M ten tuft In Chtcags Mr and Mrs R. E. Edwards; pianist, the clinic room, presided over historian,, Mrs Lamar Dickinson;
Mrs Sparknw has resided tal Mr, Harris will return to South Mrs. J. Lee Smith; treasurer, Mr*. by the new president, W. R. Bird I(by-law, Mr*. Julian H. Webster;
i The board voted to call workbooks cafeteria, Mrs. W. a Anderson
the Redhead District for rear, Miami to make their home In a* T.. E. Klrby.: ;
j' ehesenwen for the school again this finance and budget, Mn. C. 7. Dyatv .
Committee chairmen
attractive!
and until recently operated a' modernly eqalppes'hocnt
beauty parlor tn Homestead. Mr. which Mr. Harris has hal : literature, Mrs. E. L. Lawrence year. Mrs. C J. Parman chairman | Florida Parent-Tt'chn'Maa.-
announced that the clinic sine Mrs C Haglef' Rio health!
Hares, the on of Mr. and Mr*. constructed *l 1900: !Sunset! road ; personal service, Mrs. G. : ,
A. West; whit cross, Mrs S. A. room would be open on Wednesday ''Mrs. Jane Nesbitt; hospitality,
and Thursday mornings of Mn. A. r. Arthur library, Mrs. C.
King; social, Mn. J. R. Pope;
PAUL CAMP WEDS MISS MARJORIE R. JONES I next week and J. Parman
I stewardship, Mn. Julia Polk, mission Monday morningof ; membership, Mr*.
the following week, for the pur- Oeo. L. Murray motion picture,
OF COUDERSPORT PA., WASHINGTON, D. C. study, Mrs. T. D. Plche. I
chase of the work books I Robert Hester music, Mn. Idargaret
The leaden of the circle who
-- The first general P.; T A. meetIng -: Milk; National Parent
were elected at their meeting
Mr*. Cbai. Camp of Bauer Drive 'wed visited the World' fair. were; Circle One, Mn Chas. of the year win be held on, (Kirby; program, X B. Blackburn;
1* announcing the maniac of heron 1\ra. Camp b a graduate of Martin; Circle Two Mrs. J. C. Friday, Sept 22, In the Neva King publicity, lnslue. Miss Mable Wll-
CMidanport High school and of, Cooper Auditorium.' County Items; publicity outside: Mrs. T.
Vann Circle Three Mrs. C O. I
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Paul Z. Camp to Miss Mar-
the University of BuckneU. For W. School Superintendent James T. I J. Faust; recreation 'Mrs Adrian o
Robertson and assistant Mrs.
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Jorle ROM Jones, of Coudersport the past ten year she ham been I I T McConnell; Circle Four, Mn. Wilson, will be the guest speakerand I Jacob room mother elementary,

h.. and Washington, D. c., on employed In the Department of R. E. Edwards, and Circle Five, the school beard and trustees i;(Mr. Paul Reynolds; 1'00IImother,
Friday, September 1. Agriculture 1* Washington, D. C. Mrf. H. Schauberier.Mr are invJtal A reception for the high school Mn. Frank Irwin;
Th ceremony wa performed tn Mr. Camp wa graduated from S. I. West will be Y. W. At new teacher: will be held after the;student aid, Principal B. M. {find.
the candle-lighted Lincoln Chapel high school In Albuquerque, New leader and Mrs James Hudson, assistant meeting. J 1 man; study course, Mr Geo. N.
In the New York Avenue Presbyterian Mexico, inertly before him family The member of the executive field.
Mrs Gordon Ivey Will be
church In Coudersport, with moved to Florida He lived hereafter a.
A. leader, J. Q. Caldwell will
the Rev Dr. Albert Evan offlcla- hM World War tnUstmeat tn have charge of the R. A. and Mn. MISS JANE' KULT HOSTESS Lodge Monday night In the !. ,O.
acing the army wa op. Sine that time Annie R. Butler, the Sunbeam AT DINNER PARTY O. F. hall. Mr. Anna Mefstr
The bride wa attire! In a teal he M' beet connected With the Band. Miss Jane Keely gave a dinner smith, Mn. E. S. Caplinger and.
blue crepe track: with black hat Flak Rubber Company In Wash Circle rive bed charge o* the party at her home,Tuesday even Mrs. R. G. Moon were appointed

and black acccnorle Her corat ington. program on "The Great Comnti- ing. After dinner, dancing was on t committee for the entertain-.
WIt, of yellow rose*. The bride visited with Mrs. ......" Mrs Dexter Home, Mrs enjoyed at the HomesUaa Country meet
The noneyiiiooi wa pent In Chas. Camp la Redland for several A. E. Paul, Mn. A. E. Campbell Club. The Liberty Rebekah lodge 1 II
New York city, where the newty- weeks last year Mrs A. I* Lanier Mrs. Henry Guests were: Mrs.! Frank Irwin Invited to attend the .rneettrg of

Olsen, Mn. Laban Bishop Mr*. Miss Jean McOavid. Miss Dorothy Coral Rebekah Lodge In Coconut
SURPRISE PARTY HONORS MRS. J. 1L DOBBIN I C. O. Robertson Un. Iwy and Sptnkf. Mill Beth Hunter, Mill Grove on Sept. It.Mn. .
. UCr*. Schauberger had parts OB the Melba Sever, MM Mostly Sever, .
:1! ON HER 78TII BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY program. Whitney Beam, Carl Deden, Jr.. Kdwta Norman, Jr Mrs.
f Gerald Walker, James Redd Gent Harold Sheffield, Mrs Frank B.
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Mr*. 3. M. Dobbin WM honored Fred Menu, M.... Margaret Kennedy : The Calendar Campbell and Robert Vrana. Rule and Miss Ruth Fox attended a
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en her seventy-eighth' birthday Mrs J. r.: Rohrer, Mrs. Chas pad presidents parley and hd1ch-
anniversary Tuesday with a surprise Clinton, Mrs. Lucy Clinton Mrs KnXKATIS PLAN FOR eon' tn Miami on Wednesday.
birthday party given by her Bruce Thompson, Mn. Harold Sept. 17. -Townaend Club meet' FELLOWSHIP MEETING Scrape of wool were collected to
I daughter, Mrs. -w. V.. Mjen srt Sheffield, Mrt. B'I'; Coiner, Mrs lag in Neva King Cooper school at Plans for observing the Re- send to ,the ex-aervloa women In
their home on Eighth itreet in Paul Haley, Mrs. W L. Vercoe 2.30 o'clock. jekah-Odd: Fellowship meeting on the United State Veteran hospital
Florida City. Mrs. J. B. Cohernour, Mr*. W. Sept 18.-Meeting of Junior Sept. 25 were made at the Rebekah at Bay Pines, Fla.

In a bean quit Mrs. R. W. Mul- Severy, Mn. Ceo. Reed, Mrs. I Woman's Club at Avocado Lodgeon
llns won first prize, Mr*. H. M. a Edwards, Mrs. C O. W'I, Redland Road and 'BiscayneDelve. '
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Brown won second prize and Mn. Mrs. R. S. Chandler, Mrs. I J .t "' ',- t.it. ,
llns Mr Brown Mr Freeman Sept. It.-Luncheon of executive
J. W. l'JeentaaYOI\ low prize. ,
Mr*. Lloyd Delta won first prize In Mrs. Dolts, Miss Jeanie Lobdell, board and teachers of Homestead r
a musical contest end Mrs. Freeman MU Lillian Thomas and Miss In school cafeteria at 13.
won low prize. Roselyn Becker. Sept. 20:Meeting of American DIXIE DRUG
Legion Auxiliary In Legion hall.
Mr*. Dobbin wa presented with
I Sept. 21.-Meeting of Presbyterian
beautiful Including MBS. D. R. SNYDER HONORED
:many m'l Auxiliary with Mn. R. Y. JACK POLK HOWARD JOHNSONHesseetead
gold brooch the Ladies Ald AT SURPRISE SHOWER
I Society of Florida Clty.-' Burr. Its Phones SO and 9101f
\ Mrs. 0 R. Snyder wa honored Sept 21-Card party of Episcopal r+rr
The hostess wa assisted in with surprise miscellaneous Auxiliary in Woman's Club
serving punch and cake by her shower at her home Tuesday by building.

daughter, Miss Bonnie, and Miss members of the Redland Neighborhood : Sept. 22.-Homestead P. T. A. r
Mosely Sever. Club. meeting and reception.
Those Invited were: Mrs. J. W. Mrs. Geo. Wright reading
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gave Sept 22.-Meeting of Redland
Miller, Mrs. L. E. Forsyth, Mr. R. Home Demonstration Club.
*E. Scott Mrs. J. S. Caves Mrs. Don Those present were: Mn. W. I Sept Observance of R-- i
VFerrejrra, Mn L. R. Becker Mrs.Mattie .'E. Gaby, Mn. Reed Holmes, Mrs. bekah and Odd Fellowship. I

Becker, Mrs. J. S. Becker, Robert Simpson, Mr*. Jack Polk, Sept 23, -Meeting of Jennie
Mr*. H. M. Degler, Mrs. Blanche Mrs, Sam i. Davy Mn. J. A. Lobdell Circle with Mill Helen
':Chapman, Mrs. 8. 8. Shields, Ml. Rotherham, Mrs. Mary Flurry Mrs.L. Livingston Stationer 2/9

'F. M. Hunt Mrs. L, O. Clonlnpr.I U. Klopp Mn. E. E Calder- Oct. 3. Meeting of Redland
I Mrs. Alberta Bute Mrs W. D. wood Mr* Wright Miss Eva Neighborhood Circle.
j ',Bishop, Mr*. N. O. Ball. Mrs. Rotherham and Mr*. Snyder Mrs. Oct.MeeUn, of W M. U.circle. Be proud of the fetters you

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Y': Stont&mber-13., 1939.' .. )0.. _. ._n...__.FM_-'-V.- T-IF-.A..0115'D-_..__,.TTnMED.-. ..ETC. .....1r. Pa. -"es' .WTh&....-

... AND MIL ALLAN KHSAM

I. A surprise AT party PARTY In honor of 1

I Social EventsUNIVERSITY J .'and Mrs. Allan Kissam wa \
Iven at their home on N. E. 12th
street Friday evening by a group l
of their friends. Refreshment i
of sandwiches and punch were Y
CLUB DECIDES ON BRIDGE served,
Thorn present were: Mr. and
TOURNAMENT,. FOR SCHOLARSHIP FUND Mn U C. Dodd Mist Jean Pw.
-- -- man, Mis Mary Bradley, Mis

Mr. Howard Johnson was hostess Mrs. WUtord Flfleld, Mrs. Ethel Bailey, John Frey, Melvin
Klein, Henry Behreni and Mr. and
.t* the members of the University Johnson and Miss Jewell Turner
Mr Kissanu
Club Wednesday night when abridge were appointed to serve a* a nominating
committee. Officers will
tournament was planned be elected at the next meeting. MISS LOUISE BARNES
during the business session and awI
Miss Bertha Mill Hausman announced ENTERTAINS AT PARTY
bridge and Chinese checker were that this meeting will be .
enjoyed during a social !hour that a dinner meetng with An.out of Miss Louis Barnes we hostess I .
took, the place of the program town speaker. ?t.:an informal "backtoachool"parrTueldaylit
the home of her
period. Mr. Hindman and M."O'O''ePolk ,
parental: Mr.'and Mrs. C. B. Barneson'
TIM bridge tournament will be J
won the prizes 1ft'brld,* "N.
N. First
given In the interest of the scholarship and Mrs Fifield in Chinese checker atreett
fund. Mrs. B. M Hindman, *. DIII'Chand: various game*
the president, named a* captain Mrs. Johnson served Ice cream .were enjoyed during the evening.
Mr*.W. R Bird, Mrs. Frank Ham- and wafer Guests were: Mr*. Alvin Sim
man Mn. R. J. Elliott, Mrs. Theo.J. Present were: Mrs. Gee D moos/ }fill Lucille West, Ml** ,
Bleler and Mrs. Johnson, and all Ruehle, Mrs. Lonnie Hood,. MtnPaul Wava' Horton, Miss France LambAliet" ,
of the other member will Betty Jane Meybem, Ml* Health
serve Reynolds, MrBen Archer, Marilyn Ernst Your Children's
Mill Helen Parker
under these captains. Each group Mrs. Johnson,MM. Hausman, Mrs:'
will give three parties and :JMfaiCGenieve I Neitlerow, Miss Vlrguiia" -
an will Hlndman, Mrs. rtfield, Mrs.'
unite In giving a final party. Tickets BleierM Mn. Bird,.Mrs. Pollr-Mr : Dorsey, Miss Rifle MayWaters
for the aerie will be sold by: Elliott Miss Hausman, Miss Lot Robert Gauzeni, William Requires Much Milk
and Jack McMichael, WUlard
members of the club. Behrens and Miss Alcne Vcrftotr ,
Barnes, Elwm1 Cooper, Billy Walton
Edward Kirby, Howard West
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB ley, Mrs. Ira J Haynes, Mr..Geo. and.Herbert Booth. children Milk In the morning at
VOTES ON NEW MEMBERS ,
M. Frlck, MM. A. F. Arthur, MM.-: GIVE
New members were voted Into A. F. Darling; Mr. J. W. Irwin,' between meals, and at night before
the Junior Woman' Club Mrs. )Hazel Oeglaman, Mrj. NettieWall
Monday Be
that
sun your eye are a* retiring. They need health-giving quali-
night at i meeting the Woman' Mrs. Annette Deglanun,
good aa year brake*--ha v* then
club building. They will be an- Mrs. John Deglaman, Mrs. Burr, tested at least one each year ties found in such large quantities in this de-
nounced at a social meeting. in the Mrs Roy Haynes and Mn Rick,
licious drink.
Avocado Lodge on Redland Road : : I x'DLVF." : P. ARCHER

and Biscayne Drive Monday night VIRGINIA NEILL HONORED': '," .", AND SONConsulting Milk is a nourishing food and contains all
Mr*. Augustus Wynn. Mrs. Ru- ON FIFTH BIRTHDAY ,
dolph Mattion and Mis Betty Mn. Clyde Kelll entertained In Optometrist the elements necessary for one's good health

Bowen Those will present be hostesses.at the meetingwere. honor of the fifth birthday anni- KM W. Flatter St., Miami. 11a. and well being. We can supply the best.
versery of her daughter, Virginia
: Mrs. Ansel Barrow Mrs. E. II Eroe Z..DlI.-Ltn around
Clair, on Wednesday, at her homeIn cl..e s.palr.dDir..tn.
A. Buchanan, Mrs. W. B. Cave, Florida'City.. I tI The ........ I.atltotw
Jr., Mn. Burley Dendy Mrs. areal f. Ootklalm
Bruce Ennls; Mrs. The guests were members ofVirginia's Grove
Robert Glenn, Alpine Dairy
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Jr., Mr*. Harold Oxford Mrs. J. Sunday school class.

D. Perkins, Mrs. R. E. Sherard,
Mr. .Herbert Turner Mrs. T. J. "Dr. Leonard W..Mackin 0. B. PARKER, Prop.
Walker, Mr Stanley: Wlttkop, 'Mriillri.t I. tn Ml..dMi. | GLASSES
Mra Wynn Mr*. Uattson, Mia ruttmi M4 Bmlrta* mt I Homestead, Fla. Phone 3511
Ellen Huff, MU Melba Sever and 'w' GLASSESLi's I "Te 640y

Miss Bowen.NAZARENE. N. a Pint *t, M1.iU ru. I Aeeu rsVision
C.mal.Mb.Ab *
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YOUNG PEOPLE
ENTERTAINED AT PARTY

Mr*. Lula Free entertained the
:young, people of the Homestead G. 0. Brewster, M. D. I
Nazarene church at her home last
Friday evening.Various Eye Ear None and Throai MURDERERTo
Treatment o..1.hies uNM o.d 11.11k,
game were played during gw.tee eejsys'.af at lit., tuts.
the evening. Refreshments of 'Qlaana Fitted regress in vow ..rt. Ms..t
punch cookie and cake were
served. wars leers ( to II M< .r Dr. B. F. StebbinsDr.
Thou present were: Mr.\ and AeNla/m./

Mra Free Leroy Minus Chambers'Valerla and, Mrs Carolyn Ulrlc 01"I I Has.W.L.fuller W. Stebbins St. MUmJ Be Hanged!

Campbell, Mill Mildred Campbell, 6.m..bad, ylerldaa. Phone I-ZJ1S 0
Miss Lucille West, Miss Evelyn _
Chambers, Miss Marie Borgardt, ... .... lilt

Miss Dimple Parker, Lloyd Cash,
John and Fred Borgardt, William But la the right man taking the

and John Chambers, Kenneth "13 Steps" to the gallows? Wasit
Chamber DR.M.A.BERGERDentist
Wilbur Free and Mr*. DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST

Free. the condemned man who killed

PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY Agnes Herrick, wife of his friend

BAa BIBLE STUDY COURSE: Offle Henm I a. m. t* f p. a.Sandaj .

Mrs, R. Y. Burr conducted the Office Hours 8:30-4:30 t* II
Bible Study course at the meeting Closed Saturdays
of the Presbyterian Auxiliary; MThursday'Of First National Bank '" e You will he held breathless by thin startling

last week whew Mrs. .:.:, ..,. Free. Parking Spate1'11i'1f"W.11TD fu&-wlnf story 01 metropolitan newspaperlifewith
J. A. Rick was hostess. BuildingOpen a brain-twisting pie. a violent lv
The next meeting will be on ST. MIAMI -
dory) breathless murder trial all let against
Thursday, Sept, ,21,,at the horn of Jn.a.u: tip.AMdd4r 1. PUunl I-tlll the nsJMJe background .f the press rwm.
Mra Burr
'Those present'wen: Mr 'c.' Because we want you t* know MercuryBeeka t

Bent Plummer, Mrs. T. L Hodges, well. send you Ihl* _'ThirteenHep i
Mra. R. E. Trotter, Ur Paul Ha- ** by Whitman Cheaabea*-prartteallyfree.

Well supply the book If ye.'H pay lie
I., postage sad hanAllnr
Dr.ItJ.EIMottCBIROPRACTOa:
Oak ef nor thai ....H. *...iee printed

w.* _** less Own MM kft- n4, 101M,'" /
going hIlL Hurry.. send a dine for a,* ss-
BVD Bklg. HeeMtea4 .p .lete espy *f this lateMely iBterwUBg book

.f more than H.... word. (Berry-enly meU

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D. L BOWENHAIRCUT lien's t.y dime. Send m* a ey ef the Mercury Book {
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CTKeCl bturclies I FREE CfflMIREOPENS METHODIST t J CLASSIFIED ADS I



RATE: First Insertion 104 a line; subsequent Insertion :

IN FLORIDA CIT >< a UM

BAPTIST CHURCH Bible school at II a. as I preaebinp at ita I
t 061 Mss _10'. Incomes at 7.M to R

tor.BOMBSTIAD..May aekonl nt. t.tut/ohaatono... m., Broach.ln ._. Sept. 17.--Mornini worship The Rev. Wesley C. Smesl. grad,. FOR RENT I WANTED

I M II .. m. and TlSS n. m.| B T. ,. U. sermon nbjrct: "After Vaea- uate of Chesbrough College, Nortl
SiSS .. ...._ : FOR RENT!:
t < nm Prate Wodaanta furnished apartment
i al ,..* .. ia.GOULDSTM. u.a-wun" Chill, N. Y., will be pastor of th> ill WANTED-Representative to look
Florida City Free Method : electric titan cool after our magazine subscription
RW. Monk Fatonon, __' 10'.' Bedroom
pna.tor. living room dinette
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aaadar aebool M I* n. es.: preaching Church for this coming year by sp- Interest In Homestead and riclnlty. -
at 11 a. p*. ad tilt n. m.| B. T. P. U.: M REDLAND F. F. A. polntment of the Florida an bath; daybed In living room. Our plan enable you to
.,II a. A6 Proper 00"A" at fift .. ; Plenty of closet space. Reasonable
.......-,. Harold Hampton, EeparterTuesday Georgia Free Methodist Churcl It rent Eva secure a good part of tie hundreds
Collins
Conference. This Sunday will set Biscayne of dollar spent in this vicinity

CATHOLIC _A the reopening of the church wltl h drive and Federal Highway. each fall and winter for

afternoon a e d II D d Sunday school at 2 p. m., preaching .. GOOD cool, roomy apt for rent. magaxlnes. Oldest agency In

..CHURCH Hotond or i svean TDI% Haes SACRED_i 814arL W Aso.Java" -. Chapter member held a "work at 3 and 7 p. m. The church I Private bath reasonable rate. U. S. Guaranteed lowest rateson

Cla./a. __. Sunday all ata. planning on a definite reconstructive Ask at Western Union. (mlTU) all periodicals, domestic and
m 1 week day mw at 7145 ull,. day" at school cleaning up and both of a splritua foreign. Instruction and equipment *
aakool .' program,
Bandar Sunday following 0
mnaa. Oomninnlonj for woman tko flrotaiwday making preparation for openingof and material nature. The buildIngs 1a FOR SALE free. Start a growing and
< search i for wm and ....... the In whole
business
week. Those who or
nonand Sunday ., _.... Holy hoar Tkura.nlnr school next will undergo repair, permanent
kntora fiat Friday of month 11& 7146 I participated were: Adolph Lopez, special meetings will be hold 10 ACRES GLADE LAND FOR spare time. Especially adaptable -
B. nm. SUna the
the I
during year on splritua SA.L-Tr.cb: 17 and II, Block
braodlctkw .
o( tko !weed Satnunaat after Don Lair Herman Byars, Rex
pus welfare of all. 2, 1J-57-J9. This land U on thee Moore-Cottrell Inc., Maples

Romine Harold Hampton Charles The new pastor in Us collegi north tide of Mowry street Just Road North Cohocton. N. Y.Sept. .

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH Behrens, Jack Marshall Reid W,. work majored In philosophy, religion beyond the 3-mile road. Price ( 1.18)

song, Philip Resma Dean Sickle, and ethics. He commence It $7$ per acre Land close by
FLORIDA CITT-Broadway and Sixth I
... Willis Vtck and Willard Norman. preaching when 12 of TUTORING WANTED high
Street a.a"IIooI. li,41 a. for year age. li priced at $100 per acre. Taxes
Faults aado 10 pears of 'an. aaratnNwales A considerable amount of work Suit,!lay afternoon at 100: Mr, are paid and have good title. school and grade school subjects.Mrs. .

nt which II oeloek.twclodo tottlixnlahi Wodnotday of trvonloftir.l.it koal.tnc .. was accomplished and a* a result Smeal will preach on the famoui a Term $300 cash, balance 1, 2and H. J. Armstrong A. B.,

and aMjiaitiamt ... lininika vn Cbrla our grounds were much Improved. Pauline Faith words, "For I Be.lieve I yean. Interest II"%' P. Plummcr drive and Country
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aolonco, S Po. The cublla k ate.dlaup
after the "work-
InrHod to ...... Immediately Cod." Sunday night thi O. Box 732, Homestead, Fla. Club road.CLEAN .
day" we adjourned to the Seven- subject will be "Adventuroui s

Sept. 17.-Lesson sermon Mile rockplt and enjoyed swimming Faith." YOUNG registered Poland China RAGS WANTED Will

topic "Matter." and wiener roasttlng until A cordial Invitation I fa extend I Hour; weight 200 pounds; from exchange subscription or advertising ,

time for our regular meeting, University of Florida. See for clear Leader
CHURCH OF CUBIST to all to attend the services, say I rags
when we returned to our chapter Frank Hathaway, Could Enterprise.
the new pastor in a letter to the t
i.HOMItgTlAD: Ttrat IvaBnt and N. W. room and held our regular meet-
.rtftk alroat. Bible study nt ID a. m I aonj.irnnkm Ing Present at our wiener rout Lesder-Enterprlse. LEAVE YOUR ORDERS for home IN THE COUNTY JITDGKt coils IM'
iollnwnkln. land yrancktec nl besides those mentioned above cooked foods-cakes, plea, salads, AND FOR DAUB COUNTY FLORIDA
U.. a. .
were: George Crunwell, Donald Fully to understand a grand and slaw, etc:.*-at Hospitality House, I.IN/Rot PROBATE.TSTATB or We.5499

CHURCH OF GOD Hawke., Allan Harford, Elmer beautiful thought requires, per. 17 W. Mowry itreet. JOSEPH B. SCALES. Paiann4.

Hampton H. A. Aman Lewis haps, as much time a* to conceiveIt.J' NOTICI TO CREDITORS
111"h. : art. FOR SALE Tropical plants, dtrui T. All Creditors and AU Parsons Kevin
Vrana, Misses June and Lois and fruit la Claim or Demands Accuse bald total*t
tree troplcai
ebool at .itt .. ..1 proncklnt at II a. niudTMSevan Vrana Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Reely Yew and nook of row are horokv -..
.. junior Y. ,. on Trohiktaon season. Jungle drove, Redlandi tied sod required to present any claims
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.'Rental.is nt t In nnratnaeo. 'Prajror trw Mrs. C. A. Lair and Mrs. M. A. road arid Plummetdrive.. J I sod domnndn which iron nr either of ,...,
tr... S P, m. Wd.ed.p.'CHURCH Baker. All these except George3runwell mar kavo ncalnat the estate of Joaapk B.featoa .
I ,. Into Dado Cmurtjr.Florloa. .
orrnE NAZARENE: Lewis Vrana and Misses A Trial SEE AND BUY at Shanklln Variety t* tha Ilea. */.1. BlanMH.. Oaum..
June and Lois Vrana also attended sums of Dodo IIn"the, and Coat *
Grove, West Florida City. kin. office County "
450MUNTRAD-The Tler.'W. J.
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-paWr. M.dap school at 9t. L. a.i our meeting, which Richard MeansA a7tn} ;h'u'l: :: rtorMn. orMMn.
.-. *...... u ...a rd 7rN w'....rP. Ball also attended, and where routine lha tint pnkllonllon .....-..,. tba Sold data......*
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..... Peaea aat/as Wdaoulter wfstMp.am. Business was conducted, followed MISCELLANEOUSRENT nr donwnda tn peal tine Las nddron]
d UM claimant and to ka ewers no nodiM
'f by a recreational period. ._. no afnrmald. n* i ibarrod -
Customer YOUR HOUSE furnished ledS.
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PRINCETON--Th. Hr & F.Can".
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*nator.-.ITrrlnr,ackaol a., SM.r ptonckHMjrt or unfurnished. I have year Act. .
Mnd. D. mi*
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Midi a. m. and lilt 10, n>. Juniornoattno CARD OF THANKSWe 'round client Benjamin W. Dole Assure EDWARD>> KTILINd.wI'd

nlti0.; nt Praror Slit young antler poopVamotttmi Wednesday; at wish to thank our friends ATi I' Morris, registered real estate Iho Aa Admlnhtralur Loot Will and of Testament the '

rat Fes. for their kindness and sympathy JOSEPH B. WALLS ..
during our recent bereavement. broker, N. Krome ave.. next to Firm punllratlon on ........ '
EPISCOPAL Baptist Church. (julttf) (Ami. Ml Seek 1. S, II. lal t ,
Mr. and Mrs.W.. W. Sever DRIGGERSService
IT. JOHN'S S. B. Second owner and and flmll7.I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB .
HOME: laundry Mr*. Jernlgan
Fourth one, Homestead the Itov oIL F. I
Blacklord ........ Mr. and Mr*. E. W. Serery TAX DEED. SIHf
Holy tomnninlon nt Station (20 S. Krome Ave. Notice to .karoby elves, that James ..=
7:10 a. ..1 Sunday stand nt SlSDl _. and family. dtr holder aa atauiaaa of City of MI
fail prayer nt II. Tax Coitlftrau Numbered fowl, dated Uia7tk
LEGAL NOTICESCALL I kin filed tnxlConlfloau
day of JUM A D IBI7
METHODISTproaohlns s. Krome Ave and Third StPhone In ny ufflrr. aad has nuda
THE ills ran HID I application for ail deed to Imuo Uiotwal
ROIIE8TBAD-The .... JJ.. Richards.pa.ae. ltT: MM bide will bo ....1... b: tha CityC.aetl In Mtordanco with law. *>ld CorUfkm
Sunday school at tilt oT tin City of H......_... Florida, ''_ tk foUowlns dotcrllitd, propora).
a. a. I
nt 11 .. m. and TilO m. .. lo City Hill .. 10 o'clock a. m. EHT. ...... In l>ado Coanlr Florida ...-..It'
Junior Lesson nt SiSO p. m., HI Lasesat p Mends. O" boo l 16, ..... Mid publiclyopamd Lot 14, Jackson Pcncwk> SubdlvUloav
"M p. .., Sonar League at 6:00 p. ... mid road for furnbhlng ill malarial 1' Book I, Paw 71, In UM CPI of MuukJ
and labor and 00.11I0 certain 1M.PROVr.M"NTS of Dnda, Stare of flurlda.
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Prayer m..Ung at let p. a W..a. TO EL5: 'TRIO I.II1H'r The autaioiont ",. nnd-
Looks o'd."I': : :
Your Face Better And Feels Better AND WATER PLANT AS ITEMIZED IN mid CoMflotu the Manor
SILVER PALM .. ,
-TIM 1U I B. WalWr.Pnttor. !THK KOLUOWINU SEPARATE CONTRACTS of Unknown llntaaald Certificate ahnll
Sunday school ovary Sunday nt ; I ka rodramod nonordlnp to law, tat led HIIUtua
lvn.ni. preaching services on tint, Contract A. Alteration to present build. IkMoan on UM I7tk d.y of nWplaM.bar. .
and fifth Sundays at 11 a. ... and 7:.. Ins and addition Ihorato.Contract A D ",..
.h..1 B. IMoaal wools and ........... I Palad this .2.. day of Ainrnal A. ?.
.IxcnON-The a... I. H. approilmau rating 60o KW : "'*.
pasta', preaching at 9 a. M. Sunday Contract C. Rapalra and addition to E. B trATHCRMAN.
,_a. awllchboard. and Clank of Circuit Court.
.hool at 10.'LORID4. Gi appurten9noa.. .... Co.nty, Florida.Aiw. .
CITY COMMUNITY CHURCH An bid received after tha anoclflod time I ICirult Court Saa1)By ,
N C. 'TIRR1TT: D. 0
and date will nut bo Ronald.
-Tko :&oi.0.a. nt.i O. Malaon.nroneblnf nutor nt Till, Ckyrehacliool p. m. Eacb bid must ka aooomnnnlad b* s eon ( II; ...... t. 0. 16 I'. i989)Turner's .
Midword pramn and bible study Wadnoa.dnr Ilewe lifted .....k or bid bond In the amount of
at t.lo.KCDL&ND. (': of tba bid aa fiioranloa Mint .... BidM -
Mrs tf ....nlooI a .0...... will Within tenWneaeutlve
days after ...... maim bolos funeral Home
COMMUNITY CHURCH- glass 01 sorb ._..t. enter Into a .......
The ..... ....
G. G. 11.1. Chubb oo.In' with the tats of H.aawtwd Plot
school nt U, pmebln nt Hi Bpwortk At % Price *. la nacordanM with .aerpad hid and tl-HX: AMBULANCE SERVICE 4
Loatun nt .,10. Mldwook prayers owl I furil.ll a Contract surety Bond aaUafat.
bible Mudr Thursday nt 1,100PUSB1'TERIA.N '" M tha city Cornell In MM amount of Lady Alteadsnl
I" ', of the ,...... nrloa,
CHURCH 1 heU. oontraeni are nwardod. Payments will Phone 164-R Homestepd FJaEXPERT "
In .esb. HMOara ara korrky *ot|.
ROIIIIIT..o-X. avenue at N. lath fled that at this writing UK protect want --
.tree. Th. ...... a- H. Blebs. pastas E itwtt.e New ban financed but nnrotlatlona between o w
lr the City nnd trading nvnetoi an In ._.
Afar ,too.Ftgsaep raw.
Mtid Ta+lrt Cluetle (to .Iddoto nuv wltadraw ktr bid for a RADIOREPAIRING
i. arrlod of sty Ml don arts ale date
Hi+ede Fd fill SAhpityi r art for the opralnt thonof.
All work akall .. doM In nccordnnaaIt
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Plant Red Caucuses Don .
IK "'_ which my bo aumlntd In
EXPERTBARBERING the ." ..'. of the City Clara ajur lorton. Prompt service on all
T 'OR yon men who want really bar I'. nit: and each Pines ContractDoruoMnta !

JL good-looking, comfortable a / from Bad cold lllodln office Forma by aoeo.illnIK nay noHourad makes specializing on

ahavee at a big saving ....'* M for each tot which will ka ..
the best news in )'un. You can 7r U ban Out kMdcn spun receipt automobile radios f fL
aon-blddan will bo refunded SI.e*
shave with a genuine Gillette Blade
stun such tot I. fond condition 'UD..I
.precision made to at your rasor ton lie) dan offer reairvenIV: C. Dodd

HAIRCUT ...... 40c nay. and 'lret/ for 41 ._The any claw of Council nil bids, to Waive '
The new Thin made of, Hot hi nay bid. Red VI tl id trtnn MM Flowers Bldg. ,
e. wing steel hard to ... at UK work. Florid
SHAMPOO y enough
...... 40c h, 1. Paled *cpt. n.on.MU.4.
cut glass Wbat'alDOrl,, it has edge .r R. &SLIM:: RD'. City Clark.ISoot 1
MASSAGE 40cBUSH'S of an entirely new kind that stand IS. SI. St 1935) I'
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and bun caused by mia&t blade. EDWARD STILING


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I For Mrs.Mary E. Theus I

Funeral services for Mr*. Mary i
t (Continued from Pig One)
i. Elizabeth Tbevs, 88, of Homestead i
( Meef sey and P. J Franklin to obtain who died Saturday, were held at :
J, price on the land work andi' a Miami funeral horn Monday, ::I
present them to the city council aMonday's t with burial tn Woodlawn Park
meeting The chamberagreed Cemetery. The Rev. A. E Cam- ::
1 that the city should assist' mat of the Calvary Baptist ::
in paying the cost of the clearing church, Miami, officiated. I Regular .t Plain or Self lt Ina'-G ,1ee4JELLO
The chamber heard the report Mrs. TbNU died after a linger- :
of the committee In charge of'Ins Illness, She was a natlv of 5Ibs..11 21c
Lime-Avocado Week, presented. by Live Oak. Fit, and cam to ttibarea :: I
: Phillip Mullen. It showed expenses .I 29 yean ago :: IF10 10 .39c
( totaling $178, which was She Is survived by a daughter, :: ur 1 It '
pent on publicity and construction Mn. M. D. Jacobsen, and a no, 5 1 tall hddmcm; ... .01 20 69c
and maintenance. of the tree j Thomas. Them, both of Home- i| 2 pkgs. ............. ............ .14 =
limeade stand.Publicity
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according to the report (
Included printing and dUtrl- NEW S. FOE All 3 for .. 15 Irish lOlbs M
button of placard, window atlcktti HJh I
and barmen; buying of prizes I Potatoes
and other Incidental of the beauty (Conupusd from Page One) :: Fresh 29c
contest held in connection with Ins and basketball golf and the i I : In Ii
the week's observance, of the newSilver
purchase quieter kind, such at aerial dart,
large cloth banners and Incidental quoits, belt casting croquet andcheckers. :: .
. expense, Including postage ;:
: sumps and hiring of mm to distribute Package I
. The years athletic program will
I, literature In greater Miami.The tart with touch football and close _I I isPEO" RICEKellogg'i I
limeade stand expense was,with softbalL Tournament play : ...
Incurred by the purchase of material will be classified In three ways- :: lb. .. 21c .
for its construction and by ,
home room inter-class and Individual
ingredients and cups for the bev- The home room this year, :3 5Ibs. . .19c 2for .. ..:ISC-
erage. es unit of competition, will be :: Fresh Garden 5-
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brought la for the first time, and
the coach believes this classification ii =
Rich
:, i WAYSIDE PARK win become popular i PEAS21bs Creamy
Coach Bleier said this :year will =
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see ihe beginning of an intramural .
I. (Continued from rap One) club which Will be organized :: ...1fC Spry Is.49ci
i' of the work was held up until a and controlled by the boy in -- --
Ii strip of land 40 feet wide and running the school to the extent that they =
i along the highway for l.OOD will be able to handle it i Thompson SeedlessGRAPES g
feet could be acquired. Work ly and welL He pointed = Country lb.
I started soon after the strip Was progress ha been made.fflClent-l::I
obtained. The remainder of the atop, during the put
I. tract more ha than been 12 owned yean by the county with school this officials goal believe in the boys' ::::| 21bs. .... ..%3c Roll Butter 31c: | .

Wayside parks have also been physical education department Is ::= = 4
I completed at Goulds, Princeton ready for the beginning of an In-II::3 Fresh )
. I and Peters.rl trsmural club. Fresh Pork Vi or whole

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r Pre-Season Bargainsin 2Ibs.----.1.5c
Heavy Western ChuckSnoball Ib.

Used Cars and Trucks I Beef Roast 28c == r ri i

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TRUCKS lib. .. __.. .IOC>> Boned and. Rolled S t

1935 Chevrolet Dual Wheel; cab; flat body; new Veal Roast lb. 29c |
paint; mechanically in fine condition; tires = Fancy Green Cooking ,

food{ ready to put to work.
1935 Chevrolet Dual Wheel; cab; flat body with 1 Apples Dexter SlicedBacon Georgia SmokedBacon i
stakes; very good condition.

CARS '= 51bs .... '7c I

I:=== lb. _.. .Z5c lb. . ..Zl.c e_
1934 Pontiac Sedan; good mechanical condition: ; I ;;
food tires; Fisher no-draft ventilation and !is Georgia KRAFT CHEESE! WEEK .* Ib.box a
it is priced to sell I r

1934 Ford Tudor; rood paint; good upholstery; YAMS Americanor 49c I
runs fine. I:= Cheese =

1935 Plymouth Sedan; hydraulic brakes; 'inter 11;| 51bs. .. .... .19C' Velveeta g.
ior in fine condition; runs good; priced is 3'

right IS= Large Crisp Local Fresh DressedFryers
1937 Ford Sedan; motor reconditioned with new i
rings new rods; paint good; tires good. IS I Lettuce lb. 0 a AN an 35c i
1933 Plymouth Sedan; priced to sell; good shape. '! ,

1936 Chevrolet Knee Action Town Sedan; car has i heads ..... 17C HENS, lb. . 3oc
been reconditioned throughout; new seat I:
covers; paint perfect; tires excellent. E

1933 condition Ford Coupe; tires; new good.paint; motor in very fine -I FOUND ONE FLY SPRAY Peas Kountry Kist Ii

1935 Ford Sedan; paint very good; new seat THAT WON'T SMELL-UP A UfJ.VB OK 10c
covers; tires good for thousands of miles. i
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1932 Ford Tudor; make an offer. Corn .

1934 Willys 77 Sedan; has trunk; runs fine; .

good mileage. I I ; Heinz
1931 Ford Coupe; good shape; priced right. ,! f 25
1937 Chevrolet DeLuxe Sport Sedan in excellent I j MT Catsup

condition. Ii ..'" GIf \ Ig. bottle 19 c

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Bird Chevrolet Co. Ii 44* Oversea

tc axrr+y leaves ..no.; ... .ayataa StrawkrrksNo.2canlfc
Oldest Chevrolet Dealer on Florida'East Coast erer t ,feu.tie It o.si ne sues armadas,<$ ItMNi Um&m. |
In Business Since March71926
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