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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: September 22, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
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System ID: UF00087294:00245
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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;VOL. XXVII-No. 38 HOMESTEAD\ :FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22. 1939 _PRICK_ -.FIVE CENTS J JJ L





Higher Grapefruit Prices Seen :








i'} In Month's Delay of Shipping ,





4 MAYOR DROPS Warring Nations Foist "Atrocities' I

Neutrals to Gain Aid Locke Says NORTHERN MARKETS TO GET



SYKESFROMTRICE Declaring that most of the pub- for those perpetrating the hoax ONLY MATURE EARLY ,FRUIT '
lisped stories Of cruelties and I "The German people do not deserve -
.' atrocities on the part of wart ing I the hatred that Hitler ha
1 nations are gross exaggeration I.I brought on them," Mr Locke said

; FORCE and often out-and-out fabrications,, "They are peace-loving and bate FOR FIRST TIME IN HISTORYNEWOTUCIllEr
Francis P. Locke Miami news war, and they dldnt want the
papermaut and WIOD news coo, present war. They cheered Chamberlain -
Business Activities of mentator told a Joint meeting oi, a year ago at Munich ford -

r Officer Seen Cause the Homestead Rotary Club an his successful peace efforts When TilE WEATHER Ruling of 4 Gallons Juicein
the Redland District Lions Club In the present war was declared a
of Dismissal "mew w.sk v-sen.19sn .NUM-OW 1 3--5 Bushels Expectedto
Silver Palm Tuesday night that.uch wave of sorrow swept over Germany ....
tae.rtame: .tla.t.4, repass.
propaganda it foisted< ,for the Its men are fighting for Hike DemandINSUFFICIENT
:ANDERSON NAMED sole reason of arousing sympathy Hitler because they have to" max: 1111. IeSepl15

| TO FILL VACANCY among neutrals in the hope of enlisting "German several year ago ... 87 81J JUZ 0.11 UAIN
economic or military aid, looked upon Hitler u a savior because Sept. 18 _. ._.. I 88 I 81 30.0' CUTS LOCAL YIELD
Harris Issues Warning he promised and gave them Sept. n I 189 I 189
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1 Department Must COUNCIL ORDERS bread and work and led them out Sept. 18 .... 1111 I 12 I 30.0: Color Acid Specifications
of the wilderness of
depression
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\ Sept. 11 80 I 173 30.01
[ Reach Par Into the position of a respected nation Sept. 20 __. 80' 811 211.D: to Help in Boosting

of Europe. They did not ex* _... Popularity
r $1,289 SPENT TO Sept. U t 81 121.80 0.01
j William H. Syke hat been replaced pert or want war, however, and
a* a member of the local there I Ia an entire lack of enthusiasm Florida new citrus law which

police department by Robert Anderson EOUIP LIBRARYAuthorization among the German soldiers demands a higher juice and acid ,.

it wu announced, yesterday .. ... ""f' t*'h X.t kf WP,JHwU.*rmJ\a.thellitkamade *- ( 'e n"1Ii\if" ;"'d 11nlf.t"'Jum,' In.,. ..,.
\ /by Mayor torn Harris: conflagration" color before: the fruit 1 J. picked,
'.. Mayor, Harris said 'the: change to purchase Branding! the Versailles' treaty AT LIGH1PLANT while delaying the start of the
Va the tart of a move to 'bring '$1,289 worth of library equipmentfrom a "humiliating and unwholesome" shipping season, win prove a boonto
the force up to p.r" but declined a Miami firm was given procedure, Mr. Locke said it was Redland District growers In the
to give any specific reason for Councilman W. R. Bird, library the beginning of effort of the TO COST $8,000 opinion of shipper and packers
Patrolman Sykei' discharge The committeemen, by the city council I Harper, Miss Mary Dana Brown The new law prevent the move-
officer also declined to discuss the at a meeting Monday night and Mia MargaretBerger, who ment of fruit of an Immature and
reason for hU dismissal The equipment will include recently returned from the national Plan and specifications for an Inferior quality and therefore
.It was learned from other tables, chairs' flies, stands, a large softball tournament in Chicago addition to the municipal tight fisher price will prevail and .. \
sources, however, that Sykei had librarian desk, book rack and Miss Madge Thompson will be the greater demand will be createdIn
t become connected with business aft electric charier, and win be only freshman plant drawn by C.J. Parman, local the North, said E. A. Carter ef
1 activities Incompatible with the I obtained on the deferred payment Stetaon will claim six: Vernon architect, were approved and accepted the .Redland Citrus Grower Association .
1 duties of a police officer. Asked plan. Mr. Bird laid he will place Turner, a graduate In June, has by the city council at a Homestead Shipping of
a* to hU plant for the future, tie order within several days, after I World War victors to the German meeting Monday night grapefruit with a low juice content -
Sykea said he Intends to engage in he ha*obtained a list of the needed people that might was right It and other detrimental feature
the distribution and maintenanceof equipment from Mrs L. L. Bow had much to do t'o thI starting thepresent The addition, which will house has given the South unfavorable
coin-operated music machine librarian of the municipal public I conflict oppressedpeople a new generating unit will be publicity at welt as held the
1 to Homestead and vicinity ibrary The equipment will arrive -I and stood for the precepts erected at the south end of the grapefruit industry below the
In announcing the change In within six week after the of the oppressor, he said present building It will be 68 commercial par of other fruits, he
1 patrolmen, Mayor Harris laid: order 1* placed he said I It Is fantastic to believe that the feet lone and 42 feet wide and will pointed outMost
.There have been Completion of the $23.000 WPA- United States cannot afford to stay I
.' tome changes be constructed of reinforced concrete ef the present crop of
in the constructed library building expected out of the present war, Mr. Locke .
a police department for the The cost will be approximately grapefruit tested, for juce and
j public good and If thl* doesn't the early part of November said. There would be no dangerto ",000. acid content *o far baa failed to
America from Hitler If he
produce result there will be more '. Continued Page Three) The city, which !( seeking a Reconstruction measure up to the' specification i
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changes fortbcom1n,." The present library on Krome on laid down under the new law and
.' Patrolmaa had served avenue contain approximately Finance Corporation
Sykea the new season will not get underway
continuously on the force since 20,000 books. The'city ha made REDLAND LISTSBASEBALL loan of '73,000 to buy the new machinery before October 1, In the opln-
1930 and he bad ben a memberof no provision' for the purchase of and pay.for the building lien of Charles Cox of the Silver "
the local force hi boom and post-1 new book Additional volumesare baa advertised for bid on the construction I (Continued on Page Three) -
boom yean. obtained through gifts or purchased ON of the project
Patrolman Anderson la a drag I by Mrs. Bow with money The new generator will Increase I
line dredge operator by occupation collected from fine and rental of ,the voltage output of the plant and LOCALSOFTBALL"WORLD'S i
and grew up In Homestead. new books. .FALL CALENDAR provide an emergency unit for use
whenever one of the two present

'I More Than 70 Students of Redlands I I baseball A two-week period and instruction of practice In II engines being goes overhauled.out of commission The buildingwill or SERIES" ;

*, Off in Quest of Higher Educationert start the fundamental Monday game at of the the sport Redland will be of sufficient a fourth' size unit to when accommodate SET NEXT WEEKThe r

he need arise in the future.In .
--; school under IX B> Snyder ath-:
More than seventy young people Cave; and five freshmen, Harvey letic director, for the purpose of presenting the plan to the -- rdiamondball
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"world of
series" the local
of the Redland District have gone, Rue, Howard Lamb, Banks selecting t team to represent the city, Mr. Parman urged that the '
.k to'colleges and universities In the Byruin BenJ Benson and Norman school next year, it was announced council take steps Immediately for league will get underway .
W. D. Horn
next week with
several weeks Benson. the purchase of materials for the
poet.'The largest number has gone More Redland District studentsare The period win supplement the new building He pointed out that Jo''* players champf of the tint \
half of the season by reason of 11 J
material cost will rise
building
to University of Florida, where training and will
turning to the University of regular spring
victories and four defeats doing
It enrolled. The University, to determinethe soon, becausee of the European
are Miami this year Eugene Allen Is give an opportunity
battle with the winner of the last I
of Miami, with nine., hs the next, la his fifth and last year of Jaw ability of *T w" recruits, Mr. war, and that the city would save half
largest number. school 'Mb* Phyllis Parman, who Sny If'r said. Touch football and money if arrangement could be I
made te contract for the material The but half winner will be determined -
.Those to Gainesville 1
going are: is living on the campus Is continuing softball activities follow duringthe I
It H. Graham who graduatedin at the present time. Monday night when the
was her second year in the art next four week
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#' June and has returned to work i school Miss Betty Blake also Is Basketball practice will start The council voted to pay (109 of 'last'game of the schedule will be !{
on his master degree; two sen- a nphomoiw The freshmen are October 17 Coach Snyder laid the cost of clearing of land upon I played. At present Brooker and
ion, John Fredericks, who Is' which the Redland District Prrrlne art tied- for first place,
Mill Barbara Burke; Miss, Bar Clyde Chamber, center, will be
," studying! agriculture, and Theodore -: bara Done Miss Margaret Griffin, (he only last year varsity member ber of Commerce proposes with seven win and five lour
,A. Franklin, who is In the school Mill Alms Jane Ltadgren Charles win report back this season, which permanent buildings for Chilli-I each. These two team will playoff
i'.'. .4of business administration; five Little and Edward Norman*t.,!:", will necessitate the task of building nual fruit festival and for the tie tonight
.. juniors, Tom Collins a student In'' Only six local girls have Enrolled practically a new team. There ber quarters. The land, :
pra-medlcal Courses Warren Wood at the Florida State College for are I number of promising B team composed of the larger portion of de-termined:
r( who 1 Is taking agriculture; Buddy Women at Tallahassee this year players who will make good material two tracts near the west boundary -'constitute' : the 'world avtea:' At >
.,. Fitzpatrick, who Is majoring in MIll Dorothy Rust I* a senior he sold of the ball park and south ef I, the end of the lost game a silver j ji
11'- manual training Myron Crennell, There are tour sophomore. Miss At present there are It games, the swimming pool. It.: owned by j i loving cup will be presented the
.. and Marion Plummer: two sophomores }Nina Peart Bush Mia CeceliaContinued scheduled and Mr. Snyder said he, the city and its use was granted i I champs of the year on the local
Pierre McDaniel and Rob-* ( w Page Three) I (Continued on Page Tore) the chamber several month",,ago.i I diamond

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Page Two THE LEADER-ENTERPISE ; Friday. September 22, 1939


Mrs.:A. 0. Sawyer Dies "TAKES CoIle Weaker __Aq f. ": Po ii : R I I i I Airs,. Della Locknorst: "
FORFEIT GIVES PERR1NE Than. Ib-........".: 1 1 Is Summoned by Death
At Home in OntarioWord TC. Sullivan II >
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BROODER WIN fins been received her of 5T02VICTORYFROMBROOKER :;"' ..'. ..:::.: ,: :, ': :.1'. : : Funeral service for Mr*. Delia '
UUho H
the death of Mr*. A. O. Sawyer ... t
III. rf : Lockhorst, 77, who died at the
:former resident of the Redland N.IIIarh.ll.rl. a.... _. I. I al ;
OVER. MIAMIFriday I District. who died l September Sat a. .. ..I _. .. eTotals. home rat her daughter, Mrs Vane

I her home at Omemee, Ontario, ... ....... .II I IT I I t I Harris, Silver Palm drive were'

i Canada The Sawyer home was I Running nine Inning, a dla- t"nkw1 t I 4 S f conducted at 4 o'clock Tuesday
for first time on Coconut Palm drive, where ,...... ........... I 0 4 0 I .
the I mondball game between Brooker Brookes __ afternoon at the Homestead Fitsbyterian -
this season, a diamondball game Mr. Sawyer was engaged In fruit Lumber Co. and Perrlne Monday ,.. Church by the Rev. ,
I growing They moved to Canadain Tm hM HH.. HI...... T. Timm"t .1 I'
night ended with Brooker takingthe .
T.ndrh
the local dia been kit T. n-I sacrifices
forfeited ,
was on H. Rick, pastor The
-' 1929 Besides her husband, small end of a S-to-2 score. It but M tall*-.ffl Dora I. George
mond. South Miami refused toI I'Mr* Sawyer la survived by two was the only game scheduled for =- (Si I 1 Week mpln out, ,Hln br.r Dv., sheen. >. ,ndMoKur. HThomM : body wag sent to Wampum., Wig,
return to the game at the end of'daughters. Mrs. Mabel Hunt of i Monday night by Turner Funeral Home tot

the fifth inning after its i Canada and Mr*. Alex Vaughn of I Bate hit were comparatively HALF burial
C. Peacock, was accused !Miami and four grandchildren. few. Each team made seven. Per-I fiNAL Team STANDING POI wee LAST Lot PrtLareaker Mrs. Lockhorst was a native ot

Ing Illegally. Under the Pltcher'l i rIM put the tilt on Ice In the sixth ..... .. T I .... Wisconsin and came o.to the Red.K
... : Aaf5.re.
game went to Brooker, 10 when four of Itt men crossed home levering. .. .... .. .. 1 A60S. land tour year She was ]
On the same nights bill CARTER IS GIVEN plate. The other score wa madeIn .. Miami" .. ... 4 r ..N the widow of Henry Lockhorst.

Home took a -to-0 victory from the fourth Brooker made its
Perrtne Home got three run in I two run In the fourth. I Baptist Sunday School
Vaccinated
HIGHEST IIITTI.M; Farm Horses
the third and one in the sixth.: Thomas pitching for :Brooker, Will Promote Students >
Each team made five base hit*. :fanned nine men, while his .op. Against Sleeping Sickness

Perrlne made a single error, while RATE IN LEAGUEHighest ponent Deals, truck out five) Annual promotion exercises of I
Home chalked up no mistakes. Doss walked two and Thomas six Gainesville, Sept il.-Shaping the Sunday school of the Tint

Deas, pitching for Perrlne, struck In the put-out department of sickness 1* attacking horses and Baptist Church will be held Sun- '

out four men and walked two, and batting average for the the game, Neill, catcher for mule In some Florida counties, day, it was announced by D. R. ,'
Nelson, moundsman for Home, last half of the schedule of the Brooker, worked hardest. He Snyder, superintendent '
fanned two and four-balled four. local diamondball league was at- nailed 10 men. His teammate on and numerous farmer are having Certificates will be presented ,
'tained by C. W. Carter, pitcher for first base, T. Thomas, tagged six their animal vaccinated to pre I to '
approximately
Mr. Snyder
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AB a JIK PO A I: Simmons, Perrlne first baseman, vent the trouble. .
M tb S S I South Miami. : ISO member of the cradle roll,
Bristol Agent, F.D.
From County
il'il.: : 1 put out and Secondbaieman
eight
.1 SI Carter made 14 hit In 30 tripsto primary,, Junior and Intermediate ;
0 1 beginners
K.C.mpb.11, .,. 14 Yaun report "two or three"cases
Kdwtnto. m ....:: : : : t : I the plate, which gave him anaverage E. Campbell put out five. Perrme recently, classes The Sunday \
in Liberty County
I 0M of .&33.I made one error and Brooker two. I II
lr..i' i will start October t
: : : : school year
:::: :: The and says that 37 horses and muleshave
scoresPwrlM :
.... .. Other batting follow
I I 0 e. I average : I .
.i-t.tt ... ..1 I I risen AB HIM A... AB H BR PO A t: I been vaccinated by a veteri
Mason. It I I 0 ulllya. <8rook ) Mrttll .eat Hllns" l .. .._.. I narlan. Diner: "Look here, waiter, my '
tiMIMMM. : t 01 ::1 I Brook- : : ; : Ib f. : : 1 t : I I
) IIaw .i.a claw. How la
lobster 1 without
of the have *
""* .. ........5 J J J I J (\ _) .. tlB e.... K.e..II. S I e. aTeedriek I t Eight cases malady
..11..... (fa......*) I. 1.842 Kdmnh. M been reported In Bay County, says that?"
Totmlt.. .._"..... _14 S II "I W..tb.rry ,IS* lltuU .. Id 7 ..N ,ill. d : :::::1 It : : : John Rents of Walter: "Well, sir, they are so
saw IlL.....) .. ... II a.,844 .f"I I 0 I County Agent '
-.DatW for loUrt. I la tmnUi.WM w,,,.... (a.......)- ... II II .... M. Mwre. Ib .... 4 I I S 4 I Panama City. Hs adds that approximately fresh that they fight with each
a. Crockm lea Miami)) ... M 10 .... RnMna. K ....._.... 4 a S a a Ial. In the kitchen."
R A* R BR PO A > Little (P"rrlM) ... .. U 4 ...1 ._... lb _.. 4 0 I a 0 I 75 hone and mules other
i Mk. B r.tu., If .;-i ., 1 =It $ GrahamBr.ok.r) ... 11Hllw. a14 .-" .. .. .. ....... 0 I 1 1Tolls. have been vaccinated as a preventive -!, Diner: "Take this one away, and
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a C.mbll, Ib ...a 1 1 a 0 Ed...... (h..lno' ... 41 10 la a.'.00... ....... .. -a i t 77; i'i 1 measure. bring me one of the winner*. -Ex.a .
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--.Friday, September 2Z 1939., ." 4; THE LEA LKADER-ENTERPISF Page.Thre* 'II
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GRAPEFRUIT training at Jackson Memorial hospital aration for Weat Point \ I the meeting were Utoacoe: Brun Green Lantern'OpeM
in Miami I MistEnaa' driffia 1* student stetter of Coral Gables, 'district
Min Alta Webster, who returnedto at Mitchell College In ,'tateville, governor of Florida Lion club For Itejlfth! 'Season i
(Continued from Pace One) school from a vacation spent Qa and Mr*. Brunstetter and J. T.
Palm Citrus with her parent, Mr. and Mr*. .Mis i Wanita. $ studying Prutcha, president of the Miami The Green Lantern Restaurant i
Growers Association,
Redland. Julian H. Webster, In Georgiaand at the Tbotnpiivtlt of Lion Club. Flagler street wad opened Wednesday ; !
Maryland I 11 a sophomore at Beauty Cultura. S J Lynch, assistant horticulturist for its fifth consecutive .... 1
Under the new law the juice Agnes Scott College at Decatur, at the Subtropical Expert son by ,It* proprietor, Mrs Given i
content requirement for oranges Ca. ment Station, wa Inducted Into i Victor 1
la tour gallon for one and three-
Charles Elchenberger left several "ATROCITIES"Continued the club. The restaurant has undergone J
fifths bushel, and that fat
grape week for his atCitadel Twenty-nine member of
ago Junior year the I extensive Interior decoration and ;
fruit la fraction leu.
a I College in Charleston, S C Rotary Club Including Charles H. a new electric refrigeration unit
For the 1o.and-8a'-clpaclt7< E. J. Graham 1* a sophomore at Stetfanl!, president and 59 Lion has been Installed There are
boxes, la which moat of the grapefruit ( From Page One attended the meeting. John S.Peters member of Its
Duke University In Durham, N. C: seven working
la shipped out of the section emerged victorious, for Germany Lions president presided. '
personnel and this number will be
John B. Graham 1* at the University -
the juice content under the
new would be "bled white" by the Stanley Wlttkop, accompaniedon doubled around the first of the
law, must be 247 centimeters and of. Oklahoma for hit second conflict and could not push forward the piano by Mrs. Wlttkop, sang year. 11
230 centimeters, respectively Last year.Fred to more conquests and certainly several songs.
;year the requirement were 225 Vihlen, a Redland graduate would not be able to come 1 During the peak of the season
centimeter for the 70-cspaclty of 1939, received, a scholarship across 3,000 miles of ocean and the restaurant serves approximately j
boxes and 215 for the BO-capacity from, Oglettiorpe University carry on a campaign he pointed BASEBALL BOO meals a day, Mr*. Victor !
aald She received several
boxes. for where he I freshman 1914-1918 has
Requirements other a out. After the conflict I
out-of-town for Information
sized boxes this year are: 368 Billy Clark left two week ago the allies, themselves were In no request -
centimeters for boxes holding 28 for Mar Hill N. C! where he I condition to lash out again against (Continued from" On) date and concerning. the he opening said.i .
fruits, 341 for boxes of 36s; 324 for enrolled in Man Hill College a* \\11 foe, and It required 20 yean for hope to add seven more schools special menu,
boxes of 46s, 287 for boxes of 54s; a freshman. them to get In ahape for the pres- to the lint
289 for boxea of 64s; 200 for boxesof Joe Burton is I senior' In medicine ent war, he laid. The Incomplete Redland sched-I The pompous Judge glared sternly
86s; 178 for boxea of 126s and at Emory and Jack GaUin.' Mr. Locke recommended five ule follows: over his spectacles at the tat
154 for boxea of 150s. who has been visiting relative in i book for those Interested in the December 18 Homestead there. tered prisoner who had been
The acid content requirement la Georgia this summer, has enrolled causes of war and the effect of January 2, Miami Beach, there dragged before the bar of justice
10 per cent higher than that of at Emory a* a freshman. I, propaganda. They are: "Originsof January 8, West Palm Beach, on a charge of vagrancy
last year. Bobby Ames hu entered the I the World War," by Prof. Sid there. "H.ve'Ou ever earned a dollar
While this year'i crop of grapefruit University of the South at Se- ney B. Fay (MacMUlin Company January 12, Fort Lauderdale I In your We?" he asked In scorn
la considered "fair" it ell wanee, Tenn. New York)) "Road to War 1814 to there. "Yes, your honor," wa the response
below expectations because of Insufficient Wm. J. Oeronlmo Jr., Will enter I 1917," by Walter Willis (Hough- January 18, -Ponce de Leon, ..tReclland. "I voted for at the
you
rain. Lack of rainfall' his last year of high school at ton-Mlfflin, New York); "Propa 'last election."-Ex.I .
before June 1 prevented a hearty Riverside Military Academy atGalnesvilleGa ganda for War," by H. C. Peterson January It, Andrew Jackson,,
crop,it was aald In addition to and Hollywood, (University of Oklahoma there.
this many growers were not able ;Press); "Falsehood In Wartime," January 26, Homestead, at Red-I February I, Fort Lauderdale, at
I to put sufficient money Into: Fla.Irving Loaner li In his second by Arthur S. Ponsenby (E. P. Dutton land. Redland.
grapefruit growing because of the ;year In the Louisiana State University & Company, New York); and January 30, Ponce de Leon,t' In addition to the team sports,
, poor monetary return they received I school of medicine.Joe The Rampart We Watch," by there. Coach Snyder offer student six
I from their crop last year How Huau will complete his senior Major George Fielding Elliott February 2, West Palm Beach at Individual games, box hockey
ever, there will be considerably: year at Marion Military Institute I(Reynal & Hitchcock New York). Redland. (horse' shoe, table tennis, laid
II more moved North this year than _..._ at Marion Ala. In prep Included among the guest at February 6, Lake Worth, there. events, relay games and dodgebalL
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last year, when but three carloadsof
the fruit were lent from this
section. During 'banner yearsas '
many aa 100 carloads have been i'
shipped from the Redlanda.

While packer are unable to
predict the approximate price I
, grapefruit will bring; this year,I
+I' they believe the price will be The 1940
much better than that obtained
Jut 'ear. Some packer are hopt-
;M of unusually good prices by
reason of the 3.50 and $4 prices
obtained from Isle of Pines grapefruit
recently. It was pointed out


that those levels of Bedlands generally the Isle grapefruit of coincide Pines, at with price leastat '


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returned to study law; Miss Virginia -
Frick, who I* a junior In the
school of music; Mia Iva Dyal,
Mia Mary Ann Brown, Mill Melba
Bond and Jack Turner, who are

sophomores models are now on display
'
One sophomore and three freshmen "
II are at Southern College at
Lakeland for this term. Mill Marjorie in our showrooms. See'
II i Moaer Is the sophomore and
Miss Betty Richard, Miss Anna-
.bell Redd and ClementlRuasell
are freshmen these two amazing car

John and Edward Hickson have
entered their first year of collegeat
Alabama Polytechnic Institute values. Advance orders attest -

..t Auburn.
Edward Burr and Albert HamJin -
are-freshmen at Georgia TechTwo ', the popularity of their
local boy have received
to Annapolis In the
appointment
past several year Wm. Arthur reception by the public.
has completed his first year then
and Clarence Froacher left several
months ago for the U. S. Naval
Academy Willard Hendenhott
received an appointment to the
United State Coast Guard Academy -
several week ago. CALL US FOR DEMONSTRATION
Jack Krome I* a junior In the
school of civil engineering at I '
Princeton University .
Miss Edna Nell Richard is a ., '. .
,
senior at Wesleyan College for '

girl at Macon. ,, '
Edwin Lawrence I* a senior In
business administration at the "
,University of Georgia at Athena ;

.Rex same Faust schools 1* a freshman. at the Treston: : B.;, ,Bird Motor:l ,Co.

Mix Mary Eleanor Williams *
,a sophomore Waynesburg College
at Waynesburg, Pa SO. KROME AVE. PHONE 18 HOMESTEAD, FLA.
Mia Elizabeth Skill left on
r Thursday of lat week for College
Park Md. where abe baa enrolled ,
In her second year of pre-medlcal
,work in the University of Mary- Open Evenings Until 8:30LJ

land.Mis Loubelte. Crenntlt! Is eDT
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COMMENT
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=-u.-- I Jar AGnW 11T1 ialhaa Predicts Phmew NMserymia of This i IIIJ11JIMLJUI.. nB

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-- .A. Dade c-d1." use aw.e \ tea ........ ho bear -
ratiawr taoa"Nraleprbw: 0 as 11-me.
boom br Arm
i Tte Carted Sullen eoeAatw a 1 do to aids rtortaJa ,,
f I I fame bee. aching. sefara sees tie* \ i.n.e.f.1m.o..ad am is e.aa

t 04P.6-L4 sass.....an. .a.. I".r' of great the owed 0 S.aaflaxMMefflta and. of me belt bwftm s had a0adimesewawta !eeoa ., sod aad efiaieae. .w..a... -9.00 1% rho nab.w m,1..a.. 11100a,
.. ** besot wa arms :
00 p0gar
WW sosay. baser Mond &AMAMImpt
jBfffbaMlnfHl Of QSeV otter a *W9IwrWer up .n "I ad hard ,!
bow
J Ie
--....09111 The loam trarade a at rearm law Zf.111. !
._ acid Bert ft* aacpat aka foam as -
r 0a.r C- yet to gtw*
alaOmount -
4C at acrd we ,
sr..r r oar t aaaamr ieiaBakd the ecttrv Weak' butoatrtnUt Stcwftatcse ebass, to aad ... e. 3. A. SaID 411 Ma4uat, I Ina.
/ Orataay. Great Bntxto! aadKmedaw fill annoy sharbar 4-ow'I daatar to Mm In 124, ,
IBHfcoW Sea WOW .. bag s..s lip an* :
.,
far
i: : 'JOG Mum un ery saasy feMV pf-ttBMfc ,'fie* M to S3 toss: side Bank fill lommeowad building ad
Wfld skso MQT '
t ;i -!Acre Who a oaths it r fctowweflBitfMdaasawtaarfltofciil i "1a.l1tal eraHaarsmead : 1!begun OM practice of wedkine

Add be was ... he IdeaftV at cueitia aaare erase and {rope, to *o* .T B* tea nutete The doctor to a joon* man. kw *

.....f.- .. > Ovacjft fis er- rteC B.T but ,treat taaa B IIIl\ftJIL 111A haralald (DIiraoI..* The < 'wife and duM. cad JW .rrlc*

"to..r0d we loarekde .era to wagae fad to ta/t1/a busses;for ft leaf,threw* ..r eaten altar at : ',an thc Arge one ero.L Bewwcontcinl -

'r,a' Bbd oar dry b. did yet Thawa me* anahw oft wile 'e.arta- amt tYapanta fecal 00C 1-7"fire hhey eNba -... I. with the vO-kiMwa 714CVi

Men tIIIIrWt' Lana tIW b "test so epee eve reeot Too wfI 00 CIII-.Ito Brach Try doe. ;, QQp CACBpOMa M fWV Jtn&f

The -af beat let to I tie .rue ad eleven tat bat this *raw. b 10oe sea ea an ewer"..... ........ ':and Item York tnav and woo 1*

,r. ..".. ilea dean. we Dees is ON Vary.. I.ado .oft is oww ew eve so JPftat t I 0e us rd be babied i the St IChidi and ArcooM Mrtor; '

:' beaded Ilew case a mad spa.-sae : ]esaam 1S sear easy TorsWA ,Mdwa.b an bed arc same too :!who* the Algeria was bard and

*ar ar iieest.aa byt arcs paw waebee salver __, iarbobse vow we be .. 'I ma mmoe.. Gritting bk ductwralto

:.j" tt* swum pare af toe flown \glio lea lbrab" Pearson Will June. the doctor hw rated UD

.tear earls bent 04 a ...... cr-* to .* adrsMagn aC tkjdaCaaaCy. becky**. a bit and b BOW ready fcrCnprfnil baba:. ,

.MW dear son". tile spew fill a0zaeerpeat ..* even tt& Massive Very towly years \-.- '

.,{ !lie Trouble v d that ItIq am"i I chapter Ormctr sad gratia eel 1 IUUI M. .-- .. cooing in raptfir&

| aPb id a0-icuta rtpea.. trees M to 49 elan earl Si! -..... na sept 3% .. 1 now Tire naI47 to cowl but
j't tf I fcad aa* a -0 0blase
I the trait to running rather famO.Fricca .
... ..
.: That aarAViar tcaiiaa Fd to ... he atiIII ..... .... Woodrtttr Wikoa'r Eanurs tn U. S. Ptted have DMa quoted mama

: a-Una shod !,.gibes .r tryf.ag b fool .a.n Isa.dPapal HUIeriuft, S." War Vcfcraatareanst ,$XJ At prevailing prim a i.

...... ....- mar af Lewdba"A's Beaveracca car at nprfnut will brine about
"I t 0pmw1 .........n. ifs l.aaa. tar.r Leader-W rsptse, Ctwre to this 51.260 At tbw rate tbe D cant
wei.4 gis
aw Inr owuft .. ,1Apren. Son" kiln bedase Ie Ae IwtiftI! larger eI ssf. -. Senator Bona was a f.at t' .TT 1 should brims am aurrfateal .

prime re artery a ..-.r. "'DIiI1J' ixpe m :'ad -&It on- worood I.ad ..d m..a 3oiesoe pearly po, 00 .-

:. ...*... ..... '- bids M: 11s !epochs b : : 'A"s.aaI.on -saw IN Dsw.t Mason,ab ado Im"si't !-Aa Informal. a slog be eM.ell '
tEI apP and as as e-h9 saw. .- ide.0t--.s fact ; pmt tU Tw .
r a ddd. I .-t at .-l.li her wmimttn was *
war this yes--Serbtia. em- I'whoa he dead get into But dar sight toOavtoc Hw rdtoh9
But ear ratter ,II" 'able would peae a wT.61e
; eaCy and torttaSr 'Bather. sot a test la a ataYOS as kdVnUbe.ai 1!Pushed tt t* J.mua dub umipa. The canal propmH"

i araeatad to tft y .'. two wa brought lIP by the drip:

WM .... as A national catchy grom this li 'Ia lasatio..rlaer.f I mIt mm" IN me we am set /. IX BedaX and W. H. Sj*..a
I Hiaan aace .eaeapesrro. M: sye.eda r IIIIJN yes, maw 1M twat I.!meat di.eraraned en fill 'taktd that be had rmvmd want
ba.reh.Garen !her: bicIIla nit ... 1La;; Dot w. au& hart ofibe : fWlaar7. V.1t.Ift O. .!'that Hue Tatin and 1m-Goveratr

ante draa.taeDbr ...........141enamor,da. ISUI; oritf d e salt aim peal the, the mower of the world, ... i iesmirs mete bath ftmaMe to
l.r 010Oeris--im a satimat ,
\ kn ... % tears a Raw 3pr1& airphow. 4011 Tb.04kv .'t way resavad term Ole aueephatwst otnlr and II&fRb' become ,tile pwposidam and e.t as heavy.in .
..__* cwaon ill bang ..-.. we as a well Icr kadcr far pcac aod f I.:. fact the prtnr.Ipdn,

oar MMbor woo .. 'tenet On EL" wa owns. ela toe d Wdm > But there are a their support was valuable -
..
F.h.der m, 2tr.aahasar.art a The V00d stales oat ever.tttrw -.lwCy ..... cryIft& We TncUy bu. at I .. m. a > tlw.c" ,
.
OriaaWjr w essu.. his aid.. Grassy twmop less. boa at to floe dragged Wo ... I the WamuTt club of

Three any be a .:\-- ft an unrllefssa. wise-- Unlaced Uu>triumph waft An we a Smash ot ',BtdXaad and tbe Prince tonWaaMrt

pLww tar aaame IIodr bra abe tr.ldnb. sefdemf.Itr,1811II-.+ad eat eoj the allies and ,** fhauM be dragged out Oob vat heW at the

1\ same orbs N hasp ., r teasel aoreetalb.. daedttasd -. a panto peat* will .le.aahdIJ oIIIip DII- '!atofiand tJubhaua. Ifn. KdcuLewfc '

aaa drawb-Phew avaa'ef: tat eta safaut 0.laate. .1 L teed the ton may moon presided and atoa .*.. avery

1 A ywaaolrr aeallns.aattr hea'gfre[ ..d That faaan buaeb ef wBftil ''vtan w., lake Okvtd. shaW I able talk. ..... A. V. Townc.vkcemidMit .
., doe to ta.ras rfrbaag : sea Ube bated Voodraw TibnaMT opened md came back
I a tub ad:etoa- a -. pips j eyes Car till dattnct.WM
.. tlaoena re4carrbras00wafers ban they loved their aw netful pIMa to the bmfljr: .*
Plc.04 ....... aba an the program
l' abort 1IIf #.*aasw. the ;ftIIIImII7 arattlrd the 1&3&d* ad10.5ma tiaM.
1 fated to the Awki -diaper McKay H niaaCy anarrhral -
i 9196 th aced aasmet t 4 runhabalK: had nor we are afrobft ,> There i> ne ... -- f.i'I .
ante atbarstory 'i't somrading a. af aamttugboy
the dmmw of Position oft ms s4Uat I tat Mined phase at the Meld I eoaardc
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... "
.--a. : at bM bcane. o.&rafuIaUllDf.-
:1 an sum and patk.0.14 War ua J.
neraav and Aaat t j--( .... flue
Opened
Gan
toaiautua .. > lowpat' .d the bream wiick ant I new, Cabot Ledge was -* l1omertead.Sept ,,1J3t. unar
tart of ZIt
ewer U&S but week with aa attnxbnce
Vesti.sal ..... he the sack's Dear. ,making a total at 2tt already eo-

: tow chart adssuft. F1-- 'ARE THERE ANY Qu rIONS ;radrd Tat appointments ao
j Bat ben's Eke tar areE btb grade Has C R.arvcoth .

teas Lamp a*. A e.wsfam begaewae ..... is 'Rives trade Has NevaOoepw
..
rehamme Mm W J.
irpbaooatx [new too* wtt she Bam*** war[ QCP3TJCW What do fiat tenet hat aM a half and he w" : slid poach
and tes..i..botsl Cartar tabatttote). liNt grade,
r lid! ..aloe can___0* tea.tRy .Tocsoanii EiAaratioef and Vocational to, die ecbeol. is | (
w j of aay war Tbe BBjgbtk say, Geoaanc+** sacoar Is then year because hi* nendt &.!
OaJarteiatetf Is-r Hips Larsen Kitchen; third grade.Mna
,I* will but fen* pease and aa to'atraabeaal d erearc* Should he goBe ha
1 ..... ail JIIIIIac7; IN News Service Yam'amTR Vocational edatataeatxaauBg some to a nuratry acbeoi ayour. Ems Bay atcnad grade,; Urs
I l.Y
I vieiMt tiaiisml.an ]' Vera Ftotnoa; fin grade UMEKUU
:wrne* ban tbeeteaexft is gains B* seems at
fall cnirt waea a Mkatnv lor a partrolae trade Filch At tile FloridaICifr
to be a beg, bard war -fta7. Ma-yehn-eld !irwad I *
.
oar III sons: n* to to
purpaee
torte ***** K icboo, Una Margaret Befcertma -
but h
I .. Comm td- stuant tor Jobs Tradetook want to pearl bm
to why ejmbfy maW
; tasaay baa lien y ap-
t w3 peta
Aad aBwtole thai cnastry ready to go I da not want
"
J P 118C17. wimp i bs'ewwItems. CDearvrcleay bee tile secretarial etc kteback. pomMtl lac the beer grades .
tuiprgj tor .0" .-Ift left Mary.V.rf1wlat
aeuiM
t r balk wtt eat buatto REPtY: The proper -'A man CKCtaat at aa ex- er -
,.. 1Lry seChildren ware fen tar K*
Heow'stead
-
ke to Honda City.
pones best wtIea tile radios going to kjoderganea or k fates

.! -.-- alwar bat door it vrffl leave rorpote the aidiag Ha ef of people work for to vet a. Much the age to ai !' Harania. Prton aa and

I|m Bke a .trpaeid Mar %WbaIffat rlectajtg kne fitted. It the degree of _UL > tCol1kk' was held to the was man ,
aa a ....... n to aa toaBenaMr wmirh they are best Social meab via reached. at Homestead Friday mutt Tbepungcae
,
'
tow that ace extraee ..., aha particular .ptit.ud.pbea, aoa to above the average .. *f ttar greeting was to or
....,. .. oats aaprapriato .
i Jar faaowa. wwQva ty-ao can be neemred rnue and apety far a choler
1 iad.rhatiw as b 1M tarf-. : ... Aotrn
-- a hgeac tee if he to to Dora a local port ef
f bad poanbili III vwrieaa acr'epaa..a. afficcn. eatrt
,lean Lesion The
1 J'1iIri6IM *..c about their toee aftra to to Ail tread for bit age in t.
and COB en
.
TOO JtTCaT ..... bat we you tabeve trip l elM eta *hr.. abouht be lakfate.alet %et cht. and general dr. ... ed were: C B.C.L.ClaiwaiB.Jeaaer. port port ,

'eae. A tore Sad: AnrtVaaajp a dnera aecoattiooQCTSTKW. if be to aocar i-.der.
balanced to Ism relations ,view ----; D. IL Bww peat
A ti har .... n af aaaal bey ttt ae largeM cjtiWArea
IS tt tnw not ffaaat* masker; C. T sorbs port
ant children there vnu CMHOJOB
at aw er
reaibat yea
.. a
e: h a -17 Itl
1 have abaft to laws
Via creator he ahoald not adjutaert; T a Taylor, past chep-
beck
It n fad en why
be tuna b e own 7 1'leave !;than a uJIsAt.oat. agr don. bets; a U Ham aawter at
OM4 be era amp .I teejenraSbfc Alt I brow to wkat Altbouch mBhing a -,
I the ab&ly to beats new things begto arm A social rmnanlln coax
and develop ... af I read to the pagers kasTHZFLT yond him capabtlttMa this '!'
a to gnv Posed ef J C ram C Backer
.. aba be bjretaidaa
cturartcr AaB ham harm can "
,
: X*. Children d. aol and J DE Sear4.reegh was circled
seat le tow .. Xac aad to waglftg what ata tans a child who fa tar k
look after the rctmacBeoU
abiLty to ham tsar to
I have a pastor
Owned. teat aaJaa b a 'laarhw oar seal mm bag be edvoacad for his ..
:...... 1a. lady M: tfis prohhm the meetings w
be feoentt the school
should
VaTVI hit CW > praraig, bar bet PwkafW '
1W7 ndrr he dtrtctioaceTDr Ttouneil art eet Tuesday eve-
:: good* to
to bay Is. aaaaportoOBBy Oat ill a Orp ,.,.,.,.. Hew had arrange to have '
.; K. L. Tboradikc ef Teacaen sing to ivfular miinn. Aftter ream
> $, embattled aataana win teto and ejujninatton .
4 to < tar wage 1 +
\ Cottote. CakaaM* Cnfnratr, | tine business a gewrval dime urien
The aaeataaa of .. .. a ..... -a woe will be Witting at area Sound ttttt the peak ef rapid I, QUKTT1OX: Is there ftaaacial was held oa the plea at tawfona
tianeiali Baavey ; baand led drlama.a grafting m streets and
lemming aKEty: waa auaiewhenaboat Isle Planting along aur
tnatod paw are e a tae a.. af n ee M and...! with the actaoob How *. th* Dixie highway n was *ugewd >
Oto ttwPwvata dam .. .-! 0. Seywes"01 JS: tile bderai a toed Badautatd .ata about. Gael iimhte act to ebnUnat :! that royal pahns be planted

tow toe 0...ae.t WyI.pIIIItaftIn drat woof hegtayIn age at: m% decreasing alawly oar KEP1.T According t oo both aktot ef Punta svcaue with
lane art aeada ben so: Me Tank the sale of tIbe Oraeraw vjHtflabout tteancia of leaf strahaa pine
twe at the fats et 1%a year paper report s row bog
4 0.1 0x14 ..... ..- stamp to. oarewarsw torb SS. fcdHlto butaaa tat'I to ...... either throurh .. to tom center. Th count k now
be llalhbhaahar.... .. AJ.-, d tor blnhd.easrof Uberat of school exteaah seer
--I am af XS aed IS MV ampotordkddreej to: tttrf ai to ample fuada tar
th Oattad nrtaKatiMr
into
prnv..nafee.fV+ puma to lesavi tog abOrty had by the pawned M toamaiuaurts. bad B to dtfflcuKOK
fill\. earn eta be.......abort .'
out
wesow
.arI7 BaBal M ar avpertot to adoeneeabibetwaew public funds tor privato k want to fled any ewmwww
!ibis paepwoe .. :1'' October t The stoop portray M and 11.era. I'I sot ...... There ... .. w vla. wucy&odty k 1 .Sat aU Strut** Day head breaiMad '
that
to twsar.at Aknovwy etiatas was !low". ebael bourd ttetoben N Shade and l>axa
Harvard CWvenSr. hi1SML
.11014 at MMfSnt caaMtttoe to
.000 :
r"uwimgWftbacw were ppatated a
kne at "aft is
be forbad by a mat am Sao
It wilt
.
tingle bank awm dartog Middle ape -- salary eyweat of welt aaj B. L. dark saw ft a.

weald be a. racttowaj tenaortal. .ctaana IBM eftet ky toriwm a .......*pataMd efficen.... certato 1 levy award amt begin
obhr mime at. .. The 4MljCWBiBoBBB| .4 tab',lava aravatoft ar *. wort a1 ewer ." (Tatra CIO.t .
Da too for Pew Piss RnVo
> ,
tft ** eaM
etaalMerB that a to the tact that a vote tot tetoctteg aa a0 asrewca Taylor r t ear wale- p
J paOated
trwtb reedy .
sad aaeCter to XII altered tti* peat ttonfitig a partkular I*.
to tat ben : every- ape to no boor to karwietass ..
ftant taM ainetr I swr XMfcaftX peace IIf' t -'...... '
I.... ... ba 0.t 1IIr"ftIIrtr eVas jatSTKW; Xy ,
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lurance. building, and other teecrw -

Tallahassee Sept 21 -A half ,: funds offer temptations tarboa
row&nga wWeb'are never 06-
million of landa will
acres new ga I turned Or the graft may beIn
Under fire protection during the f the school Itself-from the sale ?I

coming year, according to agreements (food or football tickets'

signed by landowner and Many other methods have (been

the Florida Board of Forestry employed Duplicate requlnltioni
t aM 1 iNt s and purchase order haw been
within the part few week Harry
!IIIIt'd to deceive Rubber '.imp
Tae Baker, state forester, states ',Ibi' .Ysy board signature hsMbrn
that UU bring the total acreage r q ei (used instead of personal tUn.i-
wider protection with the state to i +/ tt rf 5 t tures- School board member

""36,28' a ere*. Included In the haw encouraged land pun.h.\,.
pew landa listed w.-S4Iwannee which haft resulted In unnwesMriljr -
and pinella counties on a -t7"Ide : high costs.
balsa Another half million i .
SthooU can be administered t
acres have made application for v / ,1ll
without grafting" Or N I-
any
protection and approval to depend-
Englehardt of Teachers College,
ent upon the availability of
matching fundsFire Columbia University, say "Pro-
tection again the'loa of money
protection on private land
In .44 which should be used tat a r.mstructtve -
cooperation with the state U
educational program ( m
baaed on signed agreement Between -
only be secured at adequate rcording .--
the landowner and the
and shocks ,nd
auditing
state board of forestry wherein
balances are set upAudits
a budget of 8c or more an acre
la made available and administered should never bo left to "tool
by the Florida Forest and Park board members themselves *w to
Service. Where the landownerdoes any officer of the organization,
his own actual firefighting but should be made by tranedaccountants '
r. ) who check en .II
and the service "
provide him with
fire line and fire fighting tools GENERAL G 2EGoe- steps taken by the administration
the bail of cooperation is 8c each. V and Insist upon authentic and
Where the acreage Is Urge and MAC G1Q GDS XAPO/6. properly legalised. document to

the landowner desire the stateto ME APffNTIlQE.2 AONB7 SfTOAN O/OAS verify procedure and actions
take over the administrationof rGoQNANT/NON School board should take every"
fire contrut the state providesIc /NDEOEND COTToIV possible precaution to prevent
/S-.a LATER TNZ/SlMfOI *tSOlIO 1.755QE'EBY / I
AMEL/A
to
an acre and the landowner graft They ow democracy an
P/D47 5'C AND ANNXEO mA41TI '7 --'' / example of food clean business
ag, plus an additloal levy baaed -
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on the acreage and collected to :: ;: : I which wffl transfer to other walks
cover the fire lighting cost*. In I One of th colorful chapter Tali- Ute United States and as a unaggUng bastv of Ufa."
county-wide firs control I refer ed history of Florida was the nineteenth So offensive did he become that President I I| QUZSTlOIfS How many tr.O.
endum vote of the people author- century invasion by GENERAL GREGOR I Monroe found it necessary to suppress the fdren In schools suffer tress Is*,
fie the county commissioners toalga MAC OREGOR who had previously distinguished enterprise, with U. S. soldiers This incident pared hearing
/ cooperative agreements for: himself in the Venezuelan struggle had an important bearing on the acquisition RIFLY According. 1M Hew
use county with Uw slat board' tot independence from Spain. Ambitious of Florida by the,United States. I York League for the Hard of
There are now seven counties so' to conquer Spanish Florida and establish an The KAPOK, or cotton tree, native of Hearing tram 4 to I* of thaschool
protected. independent provisional government, Mae- Java, is one of Florida's most distinctive, population is hard ** hrar>
Gregor. with some backing and a small treea. It yields a cotton possessing remark msg or about .._,- school cMf.area. .
I1EA MAY SLASH force captured Amelia Island from the able inaulatiTe qualities and'recent tests in Other primates place the
Spaniards in 1817, orxanlcod] a government the manufacture of refrigerators have I figure a* high at S.WXMWC suffer
and actually threatened St Augustine.i shown It to be ot more than casual merit.) Inc from some farm of hearingimpairment
POWER COST BYNEWEOjnPMENT I i Subsequently, however lack of resource The cotton of the kapok tree is fluffy and| The difference hi
forced him to abandon the enterprise. Later, downy and is) extensively used as a filling. probably due to Includes the tact those that with the

'one of his successors Luis Aury, a 'pirate, for cushioua and mattrcMes. Its resistance i! larger lightly estimate impaired hearing_
only
\with a franc of desperate vagabonds, hoist to moisture ia almost miraculous and its
1 I >ed the Mexican flag used the Island"ff tha' non-absorption qualities promise to make I It la very Important that all

Washington, Sept 21, The Illicit introduction: of African sUver+into 4 it of great commercial :value. -j.-j cam of Impaired hearing among
Rural Electrification Administration school children lie discovered at
announced recently that It ha early aj poaatble In swat of thecae
developed In cooperation with l COMPANY' OPENS BCIIOOt ness enterprise started a training j about six months, after which the the trouble can be arrested
several electrical The Oakcraft Manuf cturto|g school for employees last week. company win begin actual manufacture and deafness prevented If prompt
equipment
manufacturers '
new devices and technique Company, Uve Oak's newest buss, Training of employee will lost :1 of pact and shirts. I:remedial _steps. are.taken.
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by which low-Income I
farmer may have electrical service -
at very low cost I
Commenting on the developments
which REA announced New Supply
Secretary of Agriculture Henry
Wallace said' "Wld tile .f &
engineering advance, if It A.I e

feasible available will to hundreds make of th g 10' 8' We Have a New Supply of

ands of farm homes which cannot
now afford service even at the to Landreths', Simon's, and Stokes'

substantially and progressively ,
lowered cost achieved during the
four years since the Federal rural What
electrification program started ear for .next SEEDFOR
The new devices consist of a

small transformer I new gap for .
lightning protection a new type of '' doors
circuit breaker and an underground year rear FOR FALL PLANTING

wire from the transformerto
the house which serves both '.
asa .v.VY.-J'-Jl.--.
conductor and aa a ground for htn at t! fh t:
the circuit' All of these piece 01
AND DON'T FORGET TO USE
of equipment :which constitute a
"service' are being produced and
marketed at very low prices, I sothatatsfrcetfthe
bringing the cost of electricity Redland Brand Fertilizers
down to a point when a minimum

bin of revenue ot about the$1 cost enough a month for will amortltatlon proVide --I I wind l would l close TO PLANT YOUR SEED BEDS


According to R. B. Craig act- '
WITH
AND CROPS
ing Administrator of REA this
new service will permit a tenant k.epr if accidei
farmer or share-cropper to have 1
electric light and radio, and possibly '
other small appliance' j brie East Coast Fertilizer Co.

NEW BUS DEPOT FOB MIAMI
BEACH i FRANK B.RUE.MGR.

A modern bus station will be
MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER
given to Miami Beach through the
,, expenditure/ of $10000 by the HOMESTEAD FLA.
Florida Motor Lines and the Greyhound
Bus Company remodelingand AAPF
Improving the structure at SEE

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Paw Six THE LEADER-ENTERPISE ,

: WA HITS FHOSrnATE: AMA: Conference Board Shows hive on that score. >


Around Reports of Florida from the chow phosphate been that severely this' sections im- .Fallacy of-GOP Figure Press dated August according dispatch 1, from to 1839 an,, "A New, ;{I'Yet ? :

and Industry has
In portant : Washington Sept 11. The
hack. worlt march
in
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I t' I hurt. by Many the mines European have abut conflagration down three active senatorial candidate Industry: reduced ,.

and many others have reduced for the Republican Presidential in the United State by .
Homestead their output to a minimum. nomination la 1940-Vandenberg, in June, the National Industrial
Taft and BrIdaU on Conference Board announced to.': ,
The increase '
day. In maDufaC4
.
I Civil Service Tests Set record as asserting this sum wing/ employment it said, w ,
t For Agriculture PostsThe mer that 12,000,000 are unemployed contrary: to expectation for the
Dr. and Mr*. J. A. Smith left o nKan ''I I ert Emil In the Post Graduate in the United States. summer season.
Wednesday for Kansas City, ,, hospital on Monday. United State Civil Service GOP National Chairman, JohnD. The Board, a private research
when they wW visit Mr*. SmJth'i Commission has announced the M. Hamilton give himself even organization WhOM client are
sister, Mr S. L Casper. The; Mrs Walter Moody underwentan following examination applications more latitude and an have de- numbered among the large corporations
will to to Philadelphia where Dr. appendix operation Saturday to be on file by September clared that the number la notrowing of the country: said that
Smith will be awarded a fellowship the Post Graduate hospital. 2J, from state earl of Colorado ( lea. Like the lesser approximately) 1,142,000 have gone
in the American College of and September 28, from Coloradoand light among the new Republican out of the Jobless tabulation since

Surgeon Mr. and Mrs. T. J:. KIrby have westward: House member who frequentthe Februrary. Its latest unemploy.
a* their guest, Mr. Klrby brother, Junior addressograph operator air wave, the candidate and ment estimate 'la 0,352,000, compared
Mr*. E.: J. Dyat and daughter W. O. KIrby, of Baltimore who 1,440 a year; under addressograph the chairman have also contendedthat with 10,991,000 In June 'rtr.
Nina, returned Saturday fromHendenonville arrived Sunday for a visit. operator, $1,260 a year; graphotype "more men and women are 1939. At the depression peak,
where they spent operator $1,260 a year. now unemployed than when President March 1. 1938" the dispatch con.'

the rammer. MU' Iva Dyal, who Mr. and Mrs. W. E.: Rheney have Department of Agriculture: student Roosevelt entered the White tinues, "the board' figure was up ;.,',
I also was with them in North Carolina aid (optional subjects), $1,440 House." They have been very: pos to 14,700,000.Drivers' .
returned to Station Universitywhere a Nell* guest and for Joe several Warren weeks WUcox, Miss of a :year. a...... .... ... .. .. ......... .... "., :i' ;

the 1* a sophomore.h Douglas, Ga. niece and nephew of Applications for the following .. :m,
should be file by v
h Mr. Rheney. examination on
B. E.: Gatlln left Tuesday October 2, from states east of Colo- ,
rado, and October B, from Coloradoand
In Anda
tot a visit with relative
Miss. Vara Rheney left on Monday
,
lusia Ala. where Mr*. Gatlln and westward: Licenses
with her uncle and aunt, Dr.
Bureau
Jane Department of Agriculture,
their daughters, and Betty
and Mrs. W. L. Shackleford of
have been for the past several of Plant Industry: : associateagronomist
West Palm Beach, for a trip to
), $3,200a
(forage crop
week They will return on Sun
Toronto, Canada, and the Mew
assistant agronomist (forage -
day. Dr. Gatlin will visit his son, year;
Jack, at Emory: Univenlty.Mr York World's Fair. crops), $2,600 a year, assistant OBTAINABLE
agronomist (cotton), $2,600 a year; ,
r. Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Denby and assistant pathologist (corn Investigations
B. Falrcloth of Lakeland are I son, John, and Mr. and Mrs. B. O. ), $2,600 a :year; biochemist
and daughter, Marguerite,
(nut Investigations), $3,800 a year; '
J staying at the home of Mr*. Fair.cloth' Mr. and Mrs. Wm. VanWinkle pomologut (fruit breeding), $3,800a ; IN HOMESTEAD AT
brother-in-law and sister, are announcing the birth of a four- pomologlst physiology), r
Mr. and Mr*. D. B. Clue until Lauderdale year: ;
I pound girl Gerry, at Fort $3,800 a year; senior plant anatomist
their return from Broctoo, N. J.
on Sunday.
t $4,600 a year; senior soil physicist !
$4,600 a year; assistant physiologist '
Mr. and Mr Herman Thomas Dye returned Thursday of last (plant hormones Investigations LEGION TAG OFFICE

r returned Sunday from a summer week from a trip to Michigan, ), $2,600 a :year. :
pent In Columbia. S. c., and Niagara Fall. New Hampshire and Department of the Interior, fisheries ,
p Chicago. Mr. Thomu pitched In the New York World1 Fair. They service: senior oyster cul- OPEN 9 A. M. TO 5 P. M. DAILY
the national softball tournament were gone about one month. turlst, $2,000 a year; senior aquatic
at Chicago. physiologist, ",1100 a year; associate
t Mr. and Mrs. J.. Jbavl* returned aquatic physiologist. $3,200 ayear.
.to their home :yesterday from -
Mr. and Mr* Julian H Webster I
,returned to their .home Wednesday a.vacation!! InJNajhyUle?Term. Additional rmailaD'.and Applications
after a viiit with relative in j I.FLORIDA. may be obtained by 4
Georgia and Maryland. Miss Alta CITYBy '1 writing to the United State Civil
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Webster remained in Decetur. Ga. Mr*, W. W. Severy Service Commission, Washington
to resume her studies at Agnes D. CNEWT
Scott College.
Miss Isabel'EI< )' Miami last wee*- for a monTh's 9
Mrs M. P. Wollam underwentan visit with relatives here :t:: =
appendix operation In the PostGraduate TO

hospital on Monday. I Mr*. AL Oxford left on Fridayfor MAKE
Coral Gable) where ihe has accepted -
Mr. and Mr James McCready: a position.
and Mr. and Mr Arch McCreadyand G. BALL Rff&Ei'

children returned last week Mrs. B. r Collier sprained her : .
from a vacation spent in Michi ankle last week but la reported as NOTARY PUBLIC ;,
r .Ax
gan. slowly Improving at her home here. e x<

Colee Redd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr*. Frank Stalling and son Fire Insurance and Rte "I
Chester M. Redd of Homestead, I* Skipper, of South Miami visited Kindred Lines
In Kendal Hospital with a spinal relatives In Florida City Saturday
I ailment. I i i
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Mrs. L. B. Sommers
and
daughter
1 Mb Dimple Parker, who ha: Diana, of Miami and Mentone I 13 N. Krone Ave.

been visiting In Homestead with I Ala. visited at the home of Mrs.
her brother-in-law and slater Mr. W. W. Severy: on Saturday.
and Mrs. Corbet Smith and her JJ&TIjill1f Y

J brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and, Miss' Myrna McCurry: of Hart- I f
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Mrs. Clyde Parker, for several' well Ga. left Wednesday after
months, left Wednesday morningto several weeks' visit at the home of Cafe f
return to her home In Cullman I Mr. and Mr Paul Haley, Tropical Rooms finished In paint,. varnish, enamel, or lacquer -

Ala. S doors north ef city hall make homemaking so much easier. Let us "
I Mrs. S. S. Shield left for Miami I
Mr. and Mr*: Gee W. Smith on Tuesday for a week visit at -IIOJ 8TEAJ, !FLORIDA show you color samples of what paint can do In .q

and sons. Wade and Hubert returned the home of her eon and daughter- Interior decoration. :'i\
Friday evening from Win-, in-law Mr. and Mr Stuart Regular dinner 50e \[

(ton-Salem. N. c., where they operated .i Shield Plate lunch ...._,;._. B5c
a wheat farm tale summer.;
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Mr Harry: M. Dtgler entertained Paint tan make a dark room brighter>>r tone
Steffasd sad Use.I7we.ne
Mr. and Mr Richard Bull are. the Helping Hand Societyat Was talk :Leeaiw"I'Iws&' down ion-glare on the walla.It f
j" announcing the birth, of a seven an aU-daYIMeUna and pot luck
and Uine-fuuitlu pound boy, Rob'I lunch on Wednesday. "

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When you redecorate, combine both the beautiful -

and the practical-use paint.

AvocadosTO You can pay for redecorating:, monthly, on the
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FARMERS URGED I Ir Dr. Shanklin Reports Thrill of Visit played Ml tort of exotic fruits not comprehend It all the flint
I r lugar apples monster delidos,. line. Several people asked me toguide
To Florida Exhibit at World's Fair kumquats, .and. many other rare them through and explainme ft
NOT TO ALLOW i I tropical trait that tan.be grown of the nor unusual things
only In south Florida, where the o them.
Br D*. LLOYD C. HANELIN After listening to the music I I sun shines almost .
WAR MAR PLANS constantly.In Many people told me they were
, KDITOr: NOTE. Dr. Lloyd C. go on around the circle to the : the fresh fruit contemplating a trip to Florida lor 1
......11.. ... .." a "..... .... exhibit we see
...... M the w..t.M edge ., middle of the exhibit where I seethe Persian limes, Perrine lemons, the first time a* the result of se -
21. DP. i CI .*',... cypress; room with various articles i grapefruit, ing the state exhibit. One lady
Gainesville Sept Wll- : :::' .:.::::Now TM oranges and other fruit
Newell, state director of extension .1 1M w_'. r.1n Tile f.ll.wha ....... made of cypress from the all of which have commercial asked me If Florida U as pretty as
mot seed h1s some wr r.-.d on ..- swamps of our fair state Later It to which I
value. All the U pictured here re-
_.. displays are nice
[t joined Secretary of Agriculture .! papa".of the......_.".. this d Week... FMddseshuN1 b7an.IkItr ... I 1 notice cypress block for walk and well kept aa well a* the building marked "You can not duplicatethe
i'M,' Wallace In urging Florida .. the ....... r.... in the beautiful and scenic tropical which I II beautiful and elaborate natural things of Florida. All
" r" !I+ farmers to proceed with their farm New York World's Fair, Sept 11 garden In the patio whom the a* nothing has been sparedto we nave done Is bring them to you
: plan U 11 the outbreak In Europe Arriving in New York from Homestead Fountains and trees are laden with make this place a thing of Interest that you may see them aa they
occurred. In the beautiful state of Flor- fruit both ripe and green. and attraction to the world. are. This is a* good a setting awe
I had not ida, by the Greyhound Bus line, I Then there 1* the tang oU exhibit The garden la kept clean and neat can make for them here; Flor-
,:i $' Commenting on a statement received went immediately to the world's and the exhibit of the Tar- The beautiful tower which ida Is the real setting.
X ; from the Secretary, Dr.I" fair, sought out the Florida building pon Springs sponge Industry. I houses the largest carillon In the
";" : Newell laid, "American agriculture and proceeded to enjoy the exhibit enjoy the display of perfumerymade world, with 7J bells, la 171 feet REA: WANT OPENS
it In a much better petition to meet to the fullest I have been of Florida orange blossoms, high, lighted at night and displaying The first and only electricity
asked to give my Impressions.I and I make one wish for the grove generating plant erected by the
the ihock of war than It was Si In Neon lights the single word
find state has here back home In blossom time. But REA was formally opened Thursday
of "Florida"
;yean ago. The very machinery our one in bold relief readable
which farmers have-used to adjust the most beautiful buildings on people here get the same thing at for miles The orgatron Is played at Keystone Heights. This Is
M1 I" production to decreased demand the grounds in a lovely setting on the fair. It Is as if Florida had from the balcony In the main the first model plant designed by
in peace-time can be used the shore ofar,. lagoon with I moved In and I feel so at home I Icpn't building for the entertainment of the REA, Is modernistic In treatment -
In wartime to Increase production ferry boats bringing people to the get out and go see the other the guests, while the bells In the and complete In every de
thngs at the fair.
If and when that becomes advis exhibit from the amusement sec carillon tower ring out all over the tail.
, : able. tion of the fair and with busses The thing I am most Interestedin fair grounds like the Bok tower e.........y..y."nn
,), I"" "There I* little likelihood that delivering them from all parts of la the fancy tropical fruits exhibit chimes at Lake Wales The tower '
any substantial Increase In production the grounds at the front door at the far end of the hall and bells ring Intermittently during
Entering the building at the circle both covering fishing scenes the afternoon and evening.
of the major crept will be desirable I.
certainly not In the near main entrance we see old Ponce and the ocean vastness, giving us This and the beautiful designof I EXPERT
future," the iccretary'a statement de Leon standing on the shores ol the thrill of standing on the shoresof the building! together with the
continued. "In my case the need the Land of Flowers, as he calledit any east or west coast beach in wonderful displays it contains, the
for Increase in supplies can be anticipated In those days We see the trees, Florida, though the scene is one manner in which it is arranged BARBERINGHAIRCUT
o 'a In ample time to make flowers In natural setting with the on the Atlantic off Miami Beach- and the system of conducting
any necessary increases In acre ocean behind him also his anchor. and it Is beautiful I people through, to say nothing of
ages." ed boat standing by. The waves Going on around to the end of the courtesy shown and the willingness ...... 40c
The secretary reminded American are rolling as ;you see them on the U turn I notice an Evergladesscene to answer questions, Is.certainly
farmeri that the present large the Florida coast evel'1thlDllook. in which are many exotic I going to do the state of FlorIda SHAMPOO ...... 40c
of will Ing so natural and realistic that it birds-a picturesque reminder of and the people back home a '
carry-over corn probably
make the total 1939-40 supply even makes one homesick for the sunny the good old state !Aeo ;1 I tremendous lot of good This Is 1 MASSAGE ...... 40c .,
larger than the 1838-39 supply South and Florida.A thing is very realistic. a chance of a lifetime to displayour ,
little farther we see a 'splendid on around I tee other tropical settings wares and attract the multitudes -
"Supplies of meat animals are display of jellies, jams and so expressive of our home to our sunny climate, our BUSH'SBARBER
expected to be larger next year marmalades, made of fancy citrus community and state. fresh air, our ocean bathing, our
,, I, than for this year, and continued and other tropical fruit juices. Then suddenly I hear singingthe fishing, boating hunting and other
\\ heavy production of milk this fall How they make one's mouth water world's largest orange and sports and game conducive to
Is expected. Combined supplies of for a taste of them and for that grapefruit juice and orange sherbet health and longevity. Nothing has
'II cottonseed oil, lard and soybean! old Florida bar where nothing else is been '
""j good sunshine that omitted l'Icr everything; Is
..u oil available for home goes with them! served. And, oh boy Is It good, done well for the ten, possible effect SHOP
h tion will be larger' "l { *" ,,
for
We are presented with two when one la thirsty homegrown
of,Uiis, (yeaj,.and 1840 consump-I' cheiee lane to,follow, one en,the and home made.fruit juices People all G\rCfalW'lalt' grounds
ion outer circle, the other on the inner fresh from the good old state. are talking about what wonderful
9%*stabilization of supplies of and. find a quartet of Florida Here they are serving orange ice i building and .1UI1IIIt Floridahas N. KKOME AVE.
I' meat, milk and eggs serve also I negroes singing southern songs and or sherbet In cones. Standing brat here at the falK Many told me
a. k protection to the consumers spirituals. Sounded just like the the end of the long counter are 'they had been here'several times, .

against exorbitantly high price.1" folks from--Florida, sure----enough.- cold windows In which are dis and were going again,**they could _"' '' ''''''''''''''''' ''_'''' u


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ALLEN WEST AND HIS LOUISVILLE BRIDE ELTON McEWEN MARRIES I B. P. W. C. BEGINS SERIES' OF PROGRAMS ,
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ON' HONEYMOON VISIT TO HOMESTEAD MJ9 Miss MARGARET Margaret Josephine COLE: Cola of ON "BUSINESS _WOMEN. .. IN DEMOCRACY"

-- Choecolocco, Ala., and Jess Elton -
Mist Katherine Bvgg of Louls- A reception was held at the McEwen, Jr., of Homestead were The first of the program on the avocado-lime week activities

villa, It,. and the BeY. George home of the bride. married In a quiet ceremony Sat new year's them, "Business $1125, as a special fund from
: Allert West, Jt, ton of Mr. and For traveling the bride wore a urday evening at 8 o'clock at the Women in Democracy" was en- which members may borrow to
.. grape-wine colored dreu. with parsonage of the Homestead Methodist Joyed by members *f the Homestead keep their duet paid uptodate.All .
Mr*. G. A. Wc t of Homestead, brown accessories and a corsageof Church. The Rev. J. J. Business and Professional committee chairmen, It was

were married in Louisville or\ talisman rose ,Richards performed the ceremony Women's Club at its meeting in decided, are to meet at the home
Sept, 10 and arrived In Homestead After a trip to the Smoky mountains : The bride wore a grey ensemble Hospitality Howe Monday night of the president, Mrs, Clna Stew
} yesterday afternoon for a visit the newlyweds came to Flor- with whit accessories All members took part in a discussion art, Monday evening to plan the
; with the bridegroom's parents ida.Mrs. Mrs. McEwen: who arrived from led by Mrs. J. r. Hammett, share each commute will take In
The ceremony WM performed In West was born In Perry- bar home In Alabama on Friday program chairman. the year's program a* outlined by
the Victory Memorial Baptist vtlle, Ky: and was graduated from evening wa burp in Choccokwco. The club voted to use Its shareof the National Federation of Business
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Church by Rev J. B. Head the Louisville Girls' High School She wa graduated front high the profit resulting from the and Professional Women.
C Initial Johnson, professor of and the Spencerlan Commercial school there and attended Jacksonville .
; music at Southern Baptist Theological School For the past two years Teachers College in Ala.
REDLAND T. A. TO ENTERTAIN COUNTY
9 Seminary, tang "Because"to the has been connected with the bama. I
accompaniment played by Universal Credit Co. in Louisville Mr. McEwen Is a son of Jesse COUNCIL OF PARENTS AND TEACHERS

Steven Morrisett, the organist who She tl a member of the Business E. McEwen of Homestead and a .
played the> .pre-oupttal jnutfic.Dotaon .' Woman's Circle, the Victory Bap. nephew of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. WOULD-BE GIRL SCOUTS The Dade County Council of
fl Hiionjt} the Seminary lift Church and the! palathena. Lit McEwen, also bf this city. A(INVITED TO MEET TODAYAll Parents and Teachers will hold its
\ was the beat man. erary Club of Louisville. native of Bremen, Ca., where he opening meeting in Redland Farm
I The bride wa 011'11.4 J In whitf Mr. West was graduated from was graduated from high school girl between the ages of 10 Life School Wednesday morningat
I lace over satin Her Veil wal' {rifcestead' HfeH School In 1832 he attended the Martha Berry and"If who'are Interested. la: Becoming 10 o'clock, and at the close of

; caught with a cluster of orange from Stetson Unlveslty In 1(34 School In Rome, Ga. He Is con- Girl Scout are asked to the session lunch will be served In
blossom and the carried white and from Southern Baptist Theological nected with the C. W. McEwen the school cafeteria by the Redland
/ meet At the home of Mrs. Frank
rose Seminary in 1939. He Is poultry plant. P.T.A.
The two bridesmaids wore now working for his Ph,D. degreeat The couple are now living at Skill, N. Krome avenue, this afternoon The council' theme for the year
J frocks of pink and chartreuse and the seminary He Is a memberof the poultry farm on Farm Life at 3:19. At this meeting the will be "Freedom for Growth in a

the matron-of-honor wore peach. Delta Sigma Phi, a social fraternity road. girls win be divided Into three Democracy" and Wednesday's topiC

The flower girl and ring bearer Kappa Kappa Pll, a national ----......,11I- group: the seniors Intermediatesand will be "Education for Freedom."
were dressed In blue and yellow. band fraternity, and Everyman The Calendar : beginners. Mrs Skill announced County council officer and chairmen
The bride's mother Club. will be '
wore a navy Literary platform guest
that Mn. Russell Home
blue georgette Iowa and her cor They will be at home en Ot 1 Sept SL-Meeting; of Reiland and Mn. James Hudson would be I All P. T. A. memben who can
sag was made of talisman roses. at Whitaett Hall Seminary In Home Demonstration Club.Sept lieutenants. attend are asked to do so.

14.-Townsend Club mating I
Tuesday will be the first meetIng -
ME. AND MRS G. L GU'LTHONOam J. T. GODWIN SPEAKS TO tit Neva King COOPer&ht of the year and the regular HOMESTEAD P. T. A. MEETING
AT DINNER 2:30 o'clock.Sept l
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUBAt
J meeting date. TO BE HELD NEXT FRIDAY
Mr, and O. L Oault who recent. the social meeting of the 23.-Observance of R- At the meeting Tuesday Mr.
bekah and Odd The Homestead P. T. A.
Fellowship. meeting
ly moved to Miami after man Junior Woman's Cub Monday Waldia of the Miami Chamber
Sept 21 -Meeting of Jennie will be held on next Friday: evening.
than 20 yean' residence in Home night at the Avocado Lodge on Commerce will form a mounted
Lobden Circle with Mr A. M. Sept 29, instead of tonight
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stead were honored at a dinner Redland road. I. T. Godwin spokeon patrol for the scouts ill connnection
Wednesday: evening in the Sun the recreation center for tilt L IuL 1' with the Greater Miami Cycle as formerly announced. Supt.
Sept Organization of Coral James T. Wilson will be the guest
day: school building by: members young people of the community Club. The girls interested In this
of the First Baptist Church of which Is i&nUlned by the BOOM Club by Monday Music Club in are requested to bring their bikes speaker. A reception will be held
Homestead Homestead High School music II for the teachers and parent. The
stead Chapter of Future Farmer and the twenty-five cent fee.
at IM o'clock.2S. executive and member
room committee
i Mrs. Gault
was presented a gift TIle club voted to donate twenty-
from the church by the Rev. J. E. five doll** to th* Homestead Future Sept .-First meeting of MONDAY MUSIC CLUB TO I of the faculty; enjoyed a luncheonin '
Johnston Mn. Catherine Flck- Farmed'chapter. Mrs. Rudolph Homestead Girl Scout after runner MEET WITH MRS BEVO WEBB I the school cafeteria! Tuesday.

Wit gave a talk on 1M work dan Mattaoo Mrs. Augustus recea. 3 p. m. The Monday Music Club will
by Mrs. Gault In the. church and Wynn and Miss Bally Bowen were Sept. 27,-Meeting of Dade bold its first meeting of the fall tile members Monday, September
Sunday school hostesses. The next meeting will County Council of Parents and season at the horn of Mn. Bevo 21, In the music room at the
A sextet composed W. W. Allen be on October 2. Teacher fat Redland school at 10 Webb on Oct. > at 3.30: o'clock. A Homestead High School All members -

Alvin Campbell, R. E. Ed. Other members present were: a.m. choral club will bit organized by are urged to be present.
wards E. L. Lawrence, J. Q. Cald- Mrs. Ansel Barrow, Mn. E. A. Sept 29.- Meeting of Study -
well and S. L. Vest, sang several Buchanan, Mn. W. B. Caves, Jr., Class with MIa Jennie Lobdell at
selections accompanied by Mn.Cault Mn. Burley Dendy: Mn. Bruce 3 o'clock. 1M. DRUG STORI 1ntwU ptk.lliill

on the piano. Mr. Caldwellalso Ennls, Mrs. Robert Glenn, Jr, Sept 29.-Homestead P. T, A.
sang several solo*. I Mrs. Alex Lanier M.... Harold meeting in Nva King Cooper auditorium
The committee; In charge were Oxford, Mn. J. D. Perkins Mrs. at 8 o'clock. DIXIE
.
: N.... H. CoWer Mrs, T. D. Ptche I Fielding Ruff Mrs. B, E. Sherard, Oct L Meeting of JuniorWoman's DRUGJACK

Mn. S. L. West, J. Lawrence Mn. Herbert Turner, Mrs. T. J. Club.
\ Scott, T & Shnckleford. Frank Walker, Mn. Stanley Wittkop Oct. 2.-!Meeting of HomesteadB POLKHomestead HOWARD JOHNSON
P. W. C.
Nctlwaln.: Miss Ellen Huff Miss Pearl Whit-
About one hundred attended. aker. I Oct S.- Meeting of Redland Fta. Phone SO and 9101 ,
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Visitors present were: Mn Neighborhood Circle.
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LEGION: AUXILIARY TO HAVE Alma Doxsee, Mn. Paul Lower, Oct. -Meeting of general W I' i
,M. S. I ., 'I
COHERED DISH SUFFER '
Mrs. Cecil Lee and Miss Norma
A covered dish supper will bet touman. Oct. 4.-American Legion Auxiliary t tf
held November 10 for the meeting.!
on members with tl.5 value
Oct .-Meeting of W. M. U. Compare
of the John O Sailer Post, CIRCLE TWO HAS
\ American Legion and the Legion MISSION STUDY CLASS circles. OLD COLONY ,
Auxiliary and their, families, It Mrs. Bert Andrews conducted a Oct 6.-Meeting of Episcopal '
Auxiliary with Mrs. J. E Oauzens. ALARM CLOCK
was decided at a meeting-of the mission study class for the mem- 9 3 i
Oct. 9, First fall
Legion Auxiliary Wednesday: evening ben of Circle Two of the W. M. U. meeting of 4
In the Legion haU. Mrs. of the Homestead Baptist Churchat Monday Music Club with Mr*. Beeps lime actarsUly, 7,3 S
Bevo Webb at I 30 o'clock.
\ Lamar Kendrick, new president, her home Wednesday afternoon.A :
Oct 10. Noisy! alarm Top turn-off.
-Meeting of generalW. 49c
(resided over the meeting. book on personal service was
\{ The next meeting will be on studied. M. U. Attractive. It's a buy at

Oct 4.Those. I The hostess was Isolated' in serving Oct. 11,-Dinner meeting of University this frlc*. Buy one today. guru Psoouc'Limited
Club at Green Lantern. QuantityFULL
present were: Mrs. Harold by Mrs. James Roberts.
I Sheffield Mr*. Ed. Norman, Others present were: Mn. Annie
i Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, Jr, Mrs. R. Butler, Mr*. Ora Frsieur, Mn.
frank B. Rue, Mn Kendrick, Miss Gerda Freed, Mrs. J. C. Vann, Mrs. PINT Punfitf- fecewerFutpintMiSf
Ruth Fox and Miss Helen Nor .. L. Lawrence and Mrs. E. F.
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pridtly, Septefnber221939 TlIELEADER.ENTERPISE_ Pate Nine

Richards made a short talk taking hot water make a desirable 4UuI Ala WIT OFFERED FRANCE
the co-operation of the missionary tion. An excess of spy of the substances I An All-Florida aviation unit of
society In the study class on the I will cause a sticky feeling from 19 to 10 fliers has been offered -

I t Social Events I discipline of the new church. Dip garments, squeeze, and dry to the French government
Mrs. Geo Hanson conducted the inside as rapidly as possible eitherin tot war service by CoL Joe Stehlln,
devotionals after which a social a heavy bath towel or before! member of the Lafayette Isca-
report was given. ;an electric! fan. Now follow the drills during the World War. Fifteen -
111 The hostess served home made procedure for sprinkling and of the filers picked for the
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES I MUSICAL PASTY GIVEN Ice cream and take. pressing starched Clothes. unit have from 600 to 1,000 hour
SAVE SCAVENGE HUNT j FOR CHILDREN Others present wen: Mrs. A. fa the air. The unit would be
S. Moye, Mrs. H. M. Brown, Mrs. named Raul Lufbery Escadrille: In
,*A scavenger hunt was enjoyed Mrs. Sam J. Davis entertained Le.M4 Preserves
sy the member of the senior wth a musical party in honor of C. B. Williams, Mrs. Virgil Lyon Wash, wipe off down (peach- honor of an American ace whe
Mrs. J. W. English: and Miss Helen brought down *J planes
glasses of the mtsjrmedlate department Miriam Holmes and Margaret like fuzz), remove stem and bio*, enemy
of the First Baptist Church Gaby Tuesday afternoon at her Livingston i son end and remove seed with before be himself went down Inflames
I Mrs. J. A. McNeill was hostess to over the Marne.
evening of last week. home. '
Thursday
so the exception of a few to be left
met at the During the afternoon ithe members of the Mollie Wlngate
Sunday imitation
lh group an In for giving aa almond flavor U
*ix>ol building where they were band was organized. Singing Circle at her home. desired. Cover with the required
given their lists and where they and outdoor games were enjoyed. I Those present were Mrs. Robert amount cf water, bring to a boll, PlumbingInstallations
Glenn, Mrs. L. D. Wyman, Mrs.
liter returned with their "plun- Marshall Holmes recited several and boil gently from S to 10 mutates -
and had refreshments. WIn- selections. Bessie Showalter air*. L. L Price
sfcr or until skis is somewhat ten and
oft were Barry Martin, Ralph Favors of caps and flags were and Mn. McNeOLREDLAND der. Add sugar and took until
Andrews, T. G. Rayburn Harry given and refreshmentt of cupcakes syrup Is thickened and fruit transparent -
Bill and Elbcrt West te* and peanuts were LADItr AID Pour la lot sterilized Repairs
rIn. T. D. Plche, the served I HOLDS BUSINESS MEETING containers, seal and process pints

east assisted, In serving teacbet'l Children present were: Vera, I Mrs. Aims Messersmlth was S minutes.
BMtits by Mn. J. R. Earl and Maxie Revell Thelma hostess to the Redland Ladles' Aid The skin may be removed In'' SPECTER'S
a A. West and Mrs. Philip Eugene, Bill and Douglas Ingram, on Thursday of last week at the making preserves'if preferred.
,Others present were: Mist Annafcackletord. Marshall Holmes,Lewis and Castes Stewart.
hone eC Mrs Cla*
Miss Birdie, Home, I Gaby, Tom, Elmer and Buddy Flak, After the business ..." let WANT ADS PAY Home Bid*. Phone 73
Miss Elizabeth Hall, Miss Phyllis i Dick and Bill Scott, and the honor cream and cake wen served.
Bed Miss Louise Barnes Miss guests Margaret duty and Miriam Those present were: the Rev.
Marilyn Ernst. Miss'Annette Degb Holmes. and Mrs. C G. Nelson Mrs. M. I
*" an,Mid Mildred Rearm,Eldred Others present were: Mrs. J. M. Ramsey, Mrs. M. A. Baker,
Gamer Joe and Jud Plche, Allen Lawrence Scott, Mrs. Reed Holmes Mrs F. W. StUlman Mrs. Geo. W. MAKE APPLICATIONFOR
Pope, Herbert Booth, Jack Motflthael and Mrs. W. E. Gaby. Turner, Jr, Mrs. E, F. Sage, Mrs
Elwln Cooper Joe By- Stewart.
W. D. Levy and Mrs.
rum; Howard West, Edward Kirby,I
JUNIOR B. T P. U. GIVEN
-........ YOURDriver's
atax Walton and Walter Brannan., PARTY AND PICNIC

Mrs. Alex Brsnnan, Mrs. J. R.
EPISCOPAL SUNDAY SCHOOL Byrum and Mrs. Bert Andrews Hints toHousewives
RAE SWIM AUTO PICNIC entertained the members of the
1 The members of the St John's Junior a Y. P. U. with a party LicenseAT
Episcopal Church Sunday school and picnic at the home of Mrs.
enjoyed a swim and picnic supper Brannan, Monday afternoon.
Tuesday evening. After swimming
Catherine Kelly won a bean
It the municipal pool, supper was race, Lattrell Waters and Dorothy ....,-...---...-
served on the lawn of the Future Douberly
won a
memory contest -
A LAUNDRY HINT
Firmer clubhouse and Wynell Shepherd and
Those who attended were: the Ruth Byrum found the most hid Some fabrics need a special finish -
Rev. and Mrs. R. F. Blackford. den peanuts. other than starching to restore
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hausman Mrs. After various games, a their original appearance after
Lee H Lehman, Mrs. Ruth 1.. Picnic. PEACE
lunch was served on the laundering. A very dilute solution JUSTICE
Scott, Mrs. Joe Hall Mrs. J. K.Csuzens Those attending were: Ruth of gelatin, glue, gum arable
Mrs. Marty Cessler, Miss and Betty Byrum. Dorothy Dou- or gum tranacanth is excellent asa '", t.
Ellen Fluff Miss Betty Brown, berly Hilton and Madine Gilmer, dressing for silks and some of '
Hiss Doris Wars, Martha Ann and Mildred Greer Geraldine and I I the finer cotton fabrics as organdy OFFICE::.::
Jean Llndsey, Anne Rheney, ArdelPk'rhian Wynell Shepherd, Uldine Fair- voile and net. These substances -
I ,
Rebecca and Suzanne cloth, Virginia and CatherineKelly are clear and give a nice finish /
Brown, Barbara Wells, Doris Sin- Latrell Waters, June and to colored fabrics, especially dark Odd Fellows Bid?. Homestead, Fla.
gletoi Delores and Nancy Kav- Billy Vann, Ray Andrews, Emory: cottons vnd grosgrain ribbons, and
Bejr,Patricia Walton, Barbara Jean Brannan, George Rucker, Bert prevents silk from appearing
and Norton WakeOeld, Virginia Henry, Mrs. Parrish and- the host- washed out and sleaiy.
Lee Hall Rufus Ashby, Dickie;esses. Obtain the gum arable from the
Huff, Dickie Wilson, Charles Cesstef -I drugstore but use household ,ela-
John Foulk, Burry and Frank|W. M. 8. CIRCLES HOLD tin. Make a stock solution and G. 0. Brewster, M. D. I Be sure that year eyes are ..I
Haglci Rice, Bruce Scott and Carl- MONTHLY MEETINGS keep on hand, diluting as needed. good. year brake*-barathea*
ton Singleton. The missionary circles of the Add one pint of cold water to one Eye Ear. Ns aad Threat I tested at least once each year

CLKANER9 I Homestead Methodist Church met ounce of gelatin (11 teaspoons to Treatment DR. F. P. ARCHER
CLASS PLANS
Tuesday afternoon.The ounce), QT gum arabic (approximately
Fitted
SILVER MUSICAL TEA Marian FTeltas Circle will I teaspoons to ounce) and Glasses I AND SON

The Cleaners Class of the First hold a bake sale during the monthof heat until it has dissolved, then o/tlel ben to 11 w4 kf
Baptist Church will have a silver .. ... .. Consulting Optometrists
October When orders for cakes strain through a cheesecloth.: A -
regular musical tea, it was decided at the and pastries will be taken it was pinch of borax added to the solution Office M WTMT KraM Am owl 164 W. Flatter St. Miami, Fla.
monthly business meeting decided at the meeting Tuesday helps to preserve it. Dilute SMU Mml era 11-: Onu.OG
Tuesday afternoon at the home of with hot water. Aspersed
at the home of Mrs. J. J, Richards,
Mrs. Harry Cooper with Mrs. Cordon the hostess. I The quantity depends upon the .:...... ".rI I Droste" .r The Anuha. Issteta.Rea. .
..
.ha l for Opllc.
Ivry as joint hostess. A musical tea will be held in kind of fabric and the stiffness de- .. urn
It was voted to have the tea on November at the home of Mrs. C.! sired. Generally one part of the
October 20 at the home of Mrs. Hagler Rice. The exact date will gelatin solution to t to IS parts of '
Howard Johnson. be announced later. I hot water; and one part of gum
Mrs Pete Morgan cave a' short Mrs. Joel J. Robinson will be arable solution to 8 to It parts of DR. M. A. BERGER DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST
talk on "Faith" and
Mrs. Cooper
I
hostess to the circle on Oct. 3.
conducted the devotlonali. Mrs Those present were Mrs. Lewis
Dexter Home presided at the business Brandenburg, Mrs. J. P. Dye Mrs.J. Dentist
session, p. Redd Mrs. Rice Mrs. Geo.
,
A Trial
Jhe hostesses served salad Office loan: 9 a. ... te I 9. as.
a Smith, Mrs E. S. Caplinger, Mrs.
,course. Williams, Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. I Office Hours 8:30 4:30 Sanders 0 te U
Others present were: Mrs. Vir- Richards. I MeansA Closed Saturdays

gil Creimell, Jr.. Mrs. A. E. Smith, The Pearl Davis Circle met with First National Bank '
Mrs. Jerry Kavney, Mrs. S. L Mrs. C. D. Fakers The Rev J. J Free Parking Space
West, Mrs. J. C. Davis Mr N. W. CustomerAT Building
Carter. 1TM N. W. arm ST. MIAMI
Mrs.M.. A. Murphy, Mrt.
A. A. Bussey, Mrs. James Roberts, EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING Open Evenings by Appointment Hunt S-Slll
Mrs. Orlando WaoIlal l. Mrs. Henry -
Olsen, Mrs. W. W. Allen, Mrs. C.
H. Denby Mrs. H. Schauberger T
Mrs. D R. Snyder Mrs. A. L.
Lanier, Mrs. Lisbon Bishop, Mrs.: Prompt service on all DRIGGERSService I L

A. E Paul, Mrs W Woods,' makes specializing on 1

Mrs. W. B. Caves, Jr., and Mrs. automobile radios Station
C B. Cole of Plant City. .

f. SnIDe Are. and Third tt
FISH PARTY GIVEN FOB L C. Dodd n'III
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES
',' Flewer Bldg.Homestead. .
A fishing party was given for
the members of Services One and Florida

J Two, Sunday school classes of the

t first Baptist Church Tuesday by Dr. R. Elliott
t their teachers, Mrs. Fled Redd and, Homestead's Oldest,
J.- I G. R. OLDENDORF & CO. **
Lawrence Scott.' as a farewell Barber ShopD.LBOWEN CHIROPRACTOR, ,
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party before'promotion day
in the church. Thegroup spent HOT Bid*. Homestead
the day fishing on the keys where

they enjoyed a picnic lunch. PLUMBING SUPPLIES
Members attending were: For-
tost Ben Robert ICuAA, Lynn ItWin. HATRCIT 4** Jl'Dr. Leonard. HaetelA111

Arthur Hall, Carl Alexander, SHAMPOO ._. 4.w ..;-...... .. *>. ...........
MASSAGE 4.e /01461es sad Messrs ..,
nery Brannan. Albert Byrum .1 "W meet mail order house prices"
Jack Rucker; Marlowe Jacobten, COOL AND SANITARY GLASSES

Junior Alfred, Saunders, Wilbur'''Slmnwis Caves, Expert s4 eesutsena aerrle I ...=;.."' .-::...... 25 Flazler Street Homestcai
Hodge fwd Billy :
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iWcrhe emphasis models'servicing design on adjustment spedRl but the qulpinent whole fieldof with CLASSIFIED ADS


i ChurchesBAPTIST I It available the can for proper servicing of i I


The second phase of the program RATE: First insertion 104 a line, subsequent Insertions

opens with these mens return a4. Hue
CHURCH at Ii a. m. paw ,.18 p. I
at .. ., HI uwa to their respective territories,
r. m.; aoalor = at (:M p. ., where each will hold a two-day FOR RENTFOR LOS1
M.oache......I at .. ., 111 p. pa Wolnaaday training session for the None service pine I

I r i.s O fia'VTpZ"at 11 16 aeh fad f mra T... .U.-...... R*.. i. L Walk. personnel The tatter then will RENT-IS acres of high t.OST-Ax and hand taw in vicinity -

..ada- arcry ....., U land. Mrs. of Krome and Campbell
q,in P. praarhlu .aanrlo op that, third. conduct meetings with a still larger plowed Chaa. Camp.

Ifaeu.....-41t. ..... (..da,. at 11 a.m. and 1.Id p. m I total attendance, covering, among (a22-a8) Adam J. Ennls near Seaboard

Snadny "Pshool .. them the entire field of dealer station (ps2229)MISCELLANEOUS
Tit a. pad IIM -"" .... J E. Walter, FOR RENT-Furnished h 0 UI e
'' aI S .. service managers Finally, the
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I It I. m. f rayar it Dr. M. A.
Apply Berber residence !
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......... I* service managers will return to
CIT!' COMMUNITY their dealerships and school their Tenth and Krome ave.
CHURCH SEE AND BUY ananUn Variety
at
.. O O N.Uoa' aa.tar. rhuivk respective service shop personnels (i23tf)
II a. m.; praactlnp at t;l 8 p. m Grove West Florida City
I C'ItJllCB Or TON prayara. and bible study w.._ Training for the countrywide FOR RENT-Furnlihed apartment aTttl
,
Sacoad annaa service organization through a1 all electric clean cool
o JaIL Cloooan. Pointer series of progressive steps, each Bedroom RENT YOUR HOUSE-furnished
living room, dinette,
.. m.; week day COMMUNITY CBURI'JI-
IhUif I arkool Sunday O. G.' 1'1.' ,..... ...ior. Church class of "graduates" dispersing to bath; diybed. In living room. or unfurnished. I have year
MM. Oaanaanlop ( lot preaching at Hi KpworUl train a much larger In the 'round clients Benjamin W.
group Plenty of closet pace Reasonable *
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ft aoatb I for Midweek prayan and
jpmnd fcmdny nf .. ? Thursday .! T tie. field, will enable Chevrolet to accomplish rent Eva Collins, Biscayne Morris registered real estate

day Mora first In one month a program drive and Federal Highway.GOOD broker N. Krome: eve next to
Mam firm CHURCH
,Saaoatottow ml the BI. of tremendous scope, Ed Hedner.national Baptist Church. (JulBtf)

awe and mechanical cool roomy apt for rent
service
...... sv Sue at X Utk
__ Oaa. U a....... _.... manager, pointed out. Every dealer Private bath, reasonable rate WANTED
CHU8TIAN at 10 a. a.; praachlnt at II Ask at Western Union. (nl7U)
service mechanics will be high
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_10'a nactlai Mid* p. m. TUTORING WANTED
"FLORIDA CITT- familiar with the car from bumperto
school and school
atooak Sunday Khool 24.- Sermon subject: FOR SALE grade subjects.
before unit
bumper a single
paplla Mtor ml7k. No. I." Mr*. H. J. Armstrong, A. B,
aarvfat at II reaches the public hands TREES-Roberts Nurseries, Ep- Plummer drive and Country
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.."... bleb Include .
lee and con,...... .. more drive. Early and late Club road.CLEAN .

,Km dUUr Sdnuo.Jpaltad I to p.(,at.... SET orange Oneco tangerine, tape-
RAGS WANTED Will
e fruit lime lemon and kumquat. -

";11e.t, ft- Large stock excellent quality, exchange subscription or adwr

< topiei ".edlt,. LEARN ABOUT both, budded and unbudded Using for clean rags. Leader

treea (ps22-ol3) Enterprise.:
"i:: CHURCH

-.OMESTCiD- CHEVROLET METROPOLITANICE FOR SALE-Tomato plant, $> a NOTICE' TAX OP 09911 APPLICATION 82111 POI

Fit* MiwC. Bible 0'.'" thousand Geo. P. Wright opposite Notlr fa hereby IId.r '" that Joao fA-
... ... fellowship holder M _I... tl Cloy PI Miami
lit, ... Redland School on Farm Tax Certificate Numbered' 104011U. dated the
PALACE Life road. (pa22) day of 1_ A. D. ItSt. boo filed aid '
t Sept 21.Chevrolet' C.rtltl..iM In m, vlltt, aM kM amid
CHURCH I and mechanical department 'ppllcatHm for tax dead to IKIM flerami ..
10 ACRES GLADE LAND FOR ..
CORAL GABLES, FLA. aeoordaim IU SaM OoMifkMambracta
'B01lUll1'UD--4lOt set In motion machinery the following oWertboa' .-.., l
SALE Tracts IT and Block
.... .... 0-.-4. furnish more than 27,- S. w. 17TH AVE. 18. situated la Dade Coasts. ........... to.wlt t
atftal at ti i.taLi JUST OFF nAIL 2, 15-37-39 This land la on the Let 14. ........ Pawark. S.*4t......,
and 1146 t, pk; Junto "service mechanics, north side of Mowry street PUt Book 4, Pan H, la Uu Cuts ot Mlaail
...... .. I ta ...- the United States, with PublicIce Jost'I Coontr of Oada. Stato d PlorUa.
4ia.e 'fpi.WapaidayiCHPmCH beyond the 3-mlle road. Price aaoaMmont Under '
knowledge of the com- l'I Cartlflrato' -r::. nun 1
la 15
Land clot
$
acre by
Or' 1940 product before the per of u........ Unions\ laM UartlfkaW atiallka
Skating Daily is priced at $100 per acre Taxesare wdssm.d twordla to law. tax dead -III
:Hesru"ub-dn.. introduction U the public paid and have good title tow ._._. oa On Ittk day at S.pl.i.kar ..
S:3l S p. IPU 1-IIJt p. m. A. D. IN*.
shown amnba Svaday u. It.6 w..., Sat and Run. Mornings Terns $300 cash, balance 1, t DOW this sled day of ._.. A, D.Itll. .

:S. *. P. a. and .: : program believed to be -11:M and S years. InleHP.. .. B. B. LEATHIKMAH:

"f;ll aw...Prant. anothix in several respects, opens ADMISSION O Box-732: Hom ct-4, Fla. Clark of circuit Co rt,

: schooling of nine product I Children .. .._ IV (Clrntt Court hi Dada Comtriorloa,
PRINCETON-.The LEAVE YOUR ORDERS for home
by the service de N 0 .
(Morning tad Afternoon) Br
m (0144 soy a. .. School and personnel and the Chev Adults tee Spectator lOe cooked foods-cakes, pies,Salads, (A... ti: a.;t. 1.8.11. :ri.1 rNOTICE

at ':10 .... slaw etc. at House
; itaff It takes f- Hospitality ,
SKATES RENTED OP APPLICATION POR TAX
rf m,rmitar 1 I and in Flint and covers 17 W. Mowry street 01111.7IITA.... ml Ills
Instructors to Teach Ton Motto la kmbr Fine that John UQron
"'l every detail of the new holder of It a Co. Ta< CortlfiMWIn
r today."a I FOR SALE!: Tropical plants, citrus 117M Issued the ?tk af AwaM.I .

'RT. lOHN'g-8 B. I trees and tfpplcai fruit la D IMI ka filed .."r. ml 0111.,.,
and bM marfo apBlleallna for a Ua dead t,,
,
Fourth street Hom.t* : ...1011. Jungle QroV8Redlaa4 100 hosed ._. Sold C.rtlflo.w am.
i !l1..k'.... Metor. 1 I road and Plummet- drive. homes the following described .......
I JiSt a. at? Sunday .. I the County of Dade. state of Florbla.
bit at 11.
prarar Mawit I
I t LEGAL NOTICES Lot .a. Blorb I. Sierra. Nevada' a Sub
\ I Plat Book II, pun 17. In the County ..l
: I Bute mat of ..-...1...
.HI'III18T14o-1' CALL FOR" BIDS The encasement d cold propM .adrr
4 ........ Sunder .. ,I II ...1... bids will be reroivod ky the City the. sold Certificate laud was In the some
I Council of the City of H.na..d, Florida" sit Unk.ow.UnU ..
I I at the City Hall at 10 dock a n. RBT Hid ..n"....* shall 100 rroWnrawordlnc .,
I Monday, October 18. IIM and publicly. I to .law. th. property ,Inrrlb
",pri,*l and red for furnishing material therein will b. wad lu UM hUfknt' 1 : Quick! i '' IIIII111111 IIpIIIllllillllll lillllf ,I!and I...... and nmitructlni certain. 1M I the Court Homo dour on the first M..;.:
11111 PKOVHMKNTS TO ELECTRIC LIGHT dir In the month ul N..vmihrr. 111I.. wh," I his
I I AND WATER PLANT AS ITtMIZKD IN tko Nth dar of NoIdUi ......... IN'
j Anil-Span ,? ,THE roLLUWlNQ StPARATH CON- Looked this day f B.rtomhr IY3'.
TRAITS I I!. D. I.IEATHFRMAht: .
CuatNKl A Alterallolta to preeent iulldInp Clerk of Circuit Court
With tcl I and addition tkoratoi" Dads County. fTorUa.
\ i Tyf ntrac, B Dleeel ...1.. and aaaorutorapproximate (CIIwI Court RrelINo
I ratlnf toa KW N. C. BTERRETT! D. ,'.
Contract 0 Repair and addition to (most so IS, 0rI. '. IS. 19391
praaanl .wI..h_.... nd
; appurtanaaoaa.Any NOTICE OP APPLICATION! Poll
I Ii kid FMalved aftar tb. anaalTM. time' TAX DKIII: Plla" No. U1MNotba
and dale will/ sot ho aoo.ld,TeA to hwakr Sin that JamM Mr
Each bid meet ka aatompaabd) by a car.tlflad R. .... olds as wl>nM af City at
check or kid bond In the amount ofL Miami Tn (Jort""" Numbered ,....
: of the bid aa a (........will'wit, III..' doled the .rd dan of Juna A. D. 1.... has
4 If awarded a contract, hl. ten flM Sold Onirimlo la air flies. and line
..._ull.. days after written notioa helm mad. application for to Iwna
i I Ivan of sock award enter into a wrtltapontraal {hnear la one roan's .i:1t: ; saidCortlfkab
with the City of Hoawetcad. Florida anbreres the :d.srAloed
In poenrdanca with accepted kid and .........,. .'acted I. Dado: COu.... "!of-
fumble p Contract Surety Road aatlafa. Ida. tu.wlt ILet
tnry to the City Council In the ainoiuit af t. Hlk I. rinral Park Pint Ado
100 t af UM eoatrart prim ad, J>lat Book S, Fan I In the City ,fMiami
t If oontracta ara awarded, ...._... will l! Cannot of ltad. SUto of PlurMaTba .
ha made .. ea h. Bidden an .hereby Pollfled assessment of laid property andrrtka
that at this writing the project haa Mid Conirirau land wa> la the hams
not ..... financed but aeaotlatlom between of Unk_.. Unties Mid Cfrtll...... ....11
the City pad lending ...... ira IP prof- k* r.d.iai.4 aoaordlaf to lav. tax ....4
Children's Health Fe" will occur thorn.. oa the little day, af Oo-
N. bidder may withdraw hot bU for p ....... A. D IIMDawl .
period. of sixty Pol dan areas the data), thk Sotk day of VaptoailMr. A. It.IMI. .
eat for the sonatas thereof .
All work shall ka dons In aaaardanca K. B LCATHERIIAM.
with Plan and Contract Doaamcnta ..I.. Cloth of Clnolt Cowrt.
Much Milk tiro thereto, which piey ka examined IP Dada Count Florida.
lot office of the City Clark after pepteaabar (ChvaH Court Hail
,.. KM; and each Place. Contract Br N. C. StrRRPTT: n C.
Documents and Bidding Forma may bearound (..... II. II Ort I 0 II 10. IMI
(race mid depaltlnplit
.) M far oach aH ..:r.ttr: be rWandedW
a IVE children Milk In the morning at ..
your po tea hidden upon reactors of kid I
> ..o hddor will be ",..dod $... own Turner'J Funeral Hone
noon, between meals, and at night before return each pet IP food eondlUooi within
ton (101 daya after Octohrr II. KMTha .
I I They need the health-giving quali. City Council naoreea the Hthl to ll-ra AMBULANCE SERVICE
..,... any or all hide, la wain Informal
ties .. pay kid, sod Id ra-adnrtUa Ikaerttlna lady AlU.d n*
found in such large quantities in this de- ] af tha work.

Dated seal I. "... Phone 684-R Homesterd. Fla.
get one drink. It. a ilDW: ARDN City Clerk.
YOU -looking I lest ii. n. ii "i*) '

awrtber with the is a nourishing food, and contains all
Bad Aad at
elements for one's health I
you sane rood necessary good

OUlettM with dUTercm edge protect and of a& well being. .We can supply the best. I EDWARD STILING


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from by miaflt jroor bladea.dealer 1a Grove Dairy Real Estate GeneralNOTAIW InaUlaRM f



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Homestead, Fla. Phone 3511 Sec. .n Am uuJ Awe JI Jf1o.ada CM Main
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Pan Te..1y. -THE LEADER-ENTERPKE Friday, September 2?, 1939

I "Snow Cruiser" Will Carry Scientists In !IIllIImnUIlUlllllllllllnlllllJllIllnntlmmltlnrrr{ { { llfll1tnrrrnrrrmrrlllllnmJl{ { rnlcmm lmmnmnmllnmnn !

f On Year's Tour of South Pole Region


CUca 1ll.Sept Jl.-Chloeu has Antarctic exploration. It will mtl1iIDRtKLlQ
been placed In the tort In antarctic make it possible to cover the unexplored
area about the lie of the
eftploretion with the announcement -
United State in a time much
that the Research Foundation
shorter than by other .
any mean
Armour. Institute o( Technology
it proceeding with th* constructionof A* second In command and senior -
the mammoth mow cruiser, scientist of the Byrd Antarctic Iceberg Local Fresh Dressed AU-Good.
which will be the main j cog In the Expedition II, Dr. Poulter made a Whole PeeledTippkots
machinery t- by the government -1 thorough study of exploration Fryers, lb. 35c
I Lettucee2Ig.hds..l7c
methods
for the projected Antarctic i and condition, enabling |
expedition to Jay couth polar I I'him to design the snow cruiser tor Fat

sometime claim which between will gtt October under way 1 beat Dr.possible Foulter uae.will be In charge of BENS Ib. 30c No. 2% can %5c !
and l5"The. I the now cruller from the time it
task of designing and preparing leaves the hop here in Chicago 5 i!
until the south pole la reached. Heinz Crunchy
all of the engineering detail, Thompson's Seedless Sylvan FarmBUTTER
of the now cruiser" aald Harala After the three-month stay right
Vagtboif, director of the foundation I'I' the South Pole, Dr. Poulter will 1 GRAPES Rice Flakes I
'
"wa undertaken tome months I flown back to one of the bases:
ago under the direction of Dr. from which proceed by air back I
Thomas C. Poulter, scientific director her to Chicago where mighty radio | 2lbs. ... :13ic ..Jlc Reg.pkg..lac,9:
contact will enable him to follow -
at mow the selection of the S

,necessary__ ...t..h materials.. _.. ..and. t.. equipment 1.....I< ......,I ofmoblle the movement unita. Dr.of f.this A.newest Wade.j 5 MeatySpareribs Chase & Sanborn &
craleer'will "cost' about" '1150,000. chief dentist, thereafter will captain I Snoball COFFEE iPillsbury's
complete with a large amount of; the cruiser.
eclentlfle equipment"It |, Dr. Wade explained that eape- m Cauliflower '

will carry four scientists Into:('crew dally on have the to now be cruiser versatile.will The the Jb ... ....%5c lb. ..u.u 24C I
the! very beat of the south polarrtJioIl Ib .
combined .. ... .Me
talent
with much the { will include the 5 -- =
tame eaaend
convenience and comfort that following: airplane pilot, airplane 5 Armour luckless B es t g
one experience riding on a boulevard mechanic radio engineer and operator TenderizedPicnic
In a modern automobile. In,'I ,, aerial photographer, navigator ;_:: Fancy Tender FLOUR |
fact. It combines all of the comforts geophysicist surveyor; Diesel Hams
of borne with the efficiency engineer cook, meteorologist physicist,,doctor amateur(MD), BEBNS21bs. 20 lb. bag. .'ge !
astronomer
of one of the research foundation' a ; 4 to 5 Ib. Avenge
well equipped scientific labors geologist, chemist, and

one tortes year for without the crew contact for a period with the of mineralogist Dr. Wade"These, "will talents enable* explained . ..I4C lb. . .._ .Z3c JewelLARD -

outside world and at the tame those of ua who are on the snow .
time carries a five-paasenger airplane cruiser, to make almost all of the Swift Premium
outfitted at a t1.Ylnleclen. necessary Investigations which include ig i Fancy CookingAPPLES Chuck a
title auroral, cosmic ray, meteor ,
laboratory on Its back. It
will have I cruising range of: geological, and auraugraphy Investigation Beef Roast 4 lb. pkg. ...341Clb.
1,000 mils and have a speed of; !, glaciology, geophysics, ii
from 10 to 30 miles per hour dePending terrestrial magnetism, biology, =
conditions upon, and the weather.grade, aurface s meteorology o 010 g ,y, oceanography and H5lbs. . .I8C j ..Z8c Bring Us Your J

Looking like a transcontinental Gold Coin SlicedBACON Free Coca-Cola jf
but, only much longer, the cruise The Sixth Annual Citrus Crown -
will be 15 feet In length, land IS Institute tt Camp McQuarrieIn 11 Golden Ripe Coupon'BANANAS '
feet high on ten-foot rubber tlrei Lake County. was addressed on
and be able to span crevaaaee IS Thursday,' September 7, by W. Good for Carton of
feet wide. The Ingenious contrivance r, TberUldJOQ. "All Florida" editor I lb. .. ..ase 61
*of Ita inventor Dr. Poulter, of the Miami Herald on "The
makea possible to faille or lower Importance of ,the Florida Citrus 3 Ibs. .. .... .%ZC' Blilnut'MILK
the cabin of the cruiser a will, turn Industry" The comprehensive Assorted
corners practically in Its own new advertising program of the
length move sideways at an angle Florida Citrus Commission was I Cold Cuts I
aDd climb polar mountain, or ride presented to the grower in attendance Georgia
out storms without apeclal precaution by U W. Marvin of E25 =
*. The airplane carried on Ita Lakeland advertising manager of i yamsi51bs. lb25C 3 tall cans .18c: I
back or top deck can be unloaded the Commission : _
and prepared for flight In 10 min = DixieMargarine -
ute and loaded again In the ume
ahort span of time. It la believed -. .17c Tuna Flakes i
by scientists and explorer alike,: I
that the cruiser la the moat practical
and moet efficient mean of I '. Ib..Zoe: 2 cans ... .25C;

s .J Rich Creamy

The Top Ten

i Rasberries Spry 1 9.53c



Passenger Cars I Pkg.25c TOILET 3 for I Iaoc

First Ten in Registrations LUX
as Reported in
Automotive News I SOAP f fff
Today, September 18, 1939
113 Make usa i Brussell Sprouts

I.-UI4M..___Chevrelel _._...,..,*...1 Large Pkg.
*>-M.,.4..._rerd". ._._.. __ZD.tSU-1 RINSO I
a-ISS.9UI'I1u. ...._ 112..11-1 Pkg.: .. .. .2Ie ,
23c
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4.-KIS30 ._ .Dodte__. .....4-6
*.-IS4g44 ._ .. Buick __. .. "_n.. 5.111-4
*.- 931937.Penet.e '..__ ..:.__ ....21-. I
15,881.0kbmolllle .__ _. 15tU-7 Richland FreshPRUNES
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fc- 45.1 J9_...__Studebaker__' IUti-1t
'.- 41J17.__ ._Cbriiler .1.81-1
Ie.I..M..'---Merrary -. -- I:1: /
Total All Mae 1
I.IIU1I USUII I:: No.
H 2'/i cans
rernlsslon for me glees by AatosaetlT New i:: .,
Chevrolet Increase over 1938................108,196
Car'No. 2 Increase over 1938............... 67,249& J2for..25cH

Car No. Increase over 1938................ 72,984 II iiH N W9101

Chevrolet the Leader as Usual Local Fresh ,l5ltct sos / .,low east '

1 Chevrolet Truck Sales Through AuV, 1939..108,839 i: FIoridaEGGS MOUCH0ID U5l 41 ;


'Nearest Competitor .......?..._..._.._......_:_......... 81,711 I I

Chevrolet i Trucks the Leader as Usual ::1

N Me gum Size

Bird Chevrolet Co. [I PerD.
z.3Sc j kills issscaf tea ecpaaJy! soar
Oldest Chevrolet Dealer on Florida East Coast : ;: limo .... a'RAIS5i
K horsed rdcar3
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Homestead Fla. ::: ,.
Phone 98 jl JJDLANDS fosecte suck sad led hoppe "

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