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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
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System ID: UF00087294:00246
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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I: VOL. XXVII-No. 39 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS




i WAR TO HIKE CROP PRICES HEREII




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Boost Avocado Prices- DEMAND FOR VEGETABLES



Predicted as Cuba Quits' TO FOLLOW INDUSTRIAL I




I: OPEN' MARKET i Home, Brooker Tea OTIS on Even Terms UPTURN IN NORTH EAST

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After Play of Two "World Series" Tilts -'

----' I THE WEATHER Local Growers to Plant

! IS SEEN FOR Teams representing the W. D [ In the first game, O. Clonlnger sues.. 's .r 1M hMr..1..t 36 Per cent More Acresin
I Home Company and BrookerLumber I I and Nelson took care of the mound .=.. .. : 'Ii" TomatoesNO
Company were on even I Work for Horn and between them -Ikt.------J I Ih.. all.' :lI aua
terms in the local Softball "world struck out tour men and, walked _
Sept 33 : 89 1 08Sept 2916 114 INCREASE SET
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LOCALFRUIT series" as they prepared to play I seven, while H. Thomas passing
23 | 89 71 3000SO 039
? u FOR POTATO LANDS
the third game of the scheduledfive them over alone for Brooker, '
Sept 24 ,... 72
110'|
tonight at the municipal ball I fanned seven and four-balled five.:
park. Home drew first blood of the i Sept. 25 .1| 01 I 72 .02 0.04 125,000 Bushels of Seed
Imports Cease Tomorrow I Sept 2* _..' 01 | 19 2999 0.03
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The first two games, played contest by sending two men over
Tubers to Be Usedin
Sept 27 91 I 169 30.01
Under Provisions of
Monday nights, home 'plate In the first Breaker i
Otndto: Sept 28 I 68 3008
53. Trade) Pact, turned swat.y contests,I got started In the fourth with four | DistrictAn
s with a total of 48 runs entered runs tallied and followed this up!
the record book. by bringing In five In the next Increase of 18 per cent In
DROPPAGE ANNOYS Brooker, champion of the last Inning. Home made two. In the REDLANDS ROADS the tomato acreage plans of South
"SMALL" GROWERS half of the Softball season's schedule sixth, two in the seventh and threein I Dade.due to an anticipated heavier
I took Home, champs of the the ninth. Brooker made a, TO GET REPAIRS I demand as a result of the Europeanwar
5 100,00d Crates tint half, by a U-to-12 score in total of five in the seventh and : was disclosed this week by
Shipped I' the first game. Wednesday nlht'' eighth frames. I Charles H. Steffant, county agricultural
From Area So Far Brooker took t'je little end of an I Smith, short fielder for Home,I COSTING $81,000Work agent
1 This YearThe I ll-to-t count and O. Sullivan, who has the same: Last year tomato growers plant
a job with Brooker, made home' ed 11,000 acres, while this year
: G. Campbell, third baseman! 13,000 acres will be planted, Mr.
price of avocados ts due to runs. of re; it and building "
== take a sharp turn upward after: TRADE.SCUOOIr-GRADUATES-IN for Horns pt q4 Qu.bln.Jl.l".liit. >>1J shotrtdertftmtRedland voda tltrouAouo 1 4 SMffani.seldaw wetrr"k; \: r "
53 "'" 'tomorrow''when Cuba,la coJrtpUJ J ; mats"behind the 'bat, 'mad.' 'tw The war U was pointed out hat
ance- with the reciprocal trade' base hits. There were 22: bass hits'. District under a county- Increased business In the East and
agreement with the United States,' made. I, WPA project wID start as soon as North, with the result that employ-
will forego shipping, of the fruit I Home made nine runs In the WPA workmen can be released ment has Increased. With more

53= local into packers.this country, according to I''I DEMAND\ ,. CLAIMEach I:I first Wednesday half of night's the first tilt, inning and followed In from, projects In the area It was men money working will be, In more circulation spending and

c 1 this by bringing In threein announced by County Commissioner this will spur the demand for the
With Cuban Importation at a the second, two in the third, J. D. Redd. The project :South's vegetables, it was said
standstill .and California fruit nbt I student who was graduated -
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(Continued on Page Twelve) calls for I Approximately 7,000 acres will
an expenditure of "!,-
last June Dade Coun-
to be for the
= ready shipping for evcral by be ".,
planted in potatoes In this ar
000, 20 cent of which will be
i months, Florida grower will ty Technical High School in Miami, per which
Wit practically the same
= have almost a "comer" on themarket U working, said D. WrSeagren, Its OCTOBER 14 SET furnished by the county. amount as last year.
California and Cuba! principal In discussing the school : The local project is one of three, All natural Indications are that
:3 furnish nearly 80 per cent of the I and Its working at a meeting of I calling for an expenditure of $242- potatoes will not fall below their
fruit consumed in this country, it I l the Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday FOR DEBUT OF 000, which received final WPA approval average yield of 200 bushels to the
was pointed out. I noon. recently, Mr. Redd said
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acre and tomatoes, 173 field dales
:; During the last several weeks The high school. a unit of the' The other projects are highway to the acre, Mr. SUffunJ said.
40 CHEVROLETS
avocados brought from $1.30 to Dade County.public school system, work in and near Miami. 'Last year ,growers received an
$1.40 a bushel but, it Aid had but 50 students when It start- .
was a avenge of $1 90 a bushel for potatoes -
number of "small" growers have ed la October, 1937, and now It Detroit, Sept 28.-Chevrolet's Economists to SpeakAt and $1.7} a crate for tomatoes .
has an enrollment of 439, Mr. Sea-
been selling their fruit for as low new 1940 models will make their and this year the price average -
at $1 a bushel. One packer laid gren said In addition to courses Local Farm Meet\ '
I public} bow on October 14, W. E. will be higher, the county
in the crafts und trades,
there grower' took "anything" because everyday Holler, general tales manager, announced agent laidMany .
they were panicky over the school offer training in the here today The cars, he i C. r Gay, principal economist acres of early pine land
various branches of hotel and
"droppag." res- said will be shown simultaneouslyat of the Farm Credit Administration tomatoes have been planted during
Approximately 100,000 crates of taurant service and boat building, the National Automobile Showin Washington, D. C., and D. E. Tim- the !last several weeks while one
avocados have been shipped out he said. Boats built In the school Grand Central Palace-where, mons, marketing economist of the growers, braving; the posmhiiiiy, ,idrownouu ,i
of the Redlandi so far this year shops have ranged from $2' tols.oOO as volume) leader In tile industry I extension service of the University have started rtops 'III
This ia slightly below the average .$ in cqat of labor and materials Chevrolet again had first choiceof of Florida, Gainesville, will discuss the glfldes, Mr. Sttffc.nl tald. The
over a period of yean because the he pointed Out. ipace-at the General Motors :marketing: condition, prospects of slanting season .Is expected\ to>
fruit was small and therefore hot Discussing schools in general, :special showing In the Waldorf- 'the coming vegetable crops and swing Into full stride around oc,
a* desirable at usual Mr. Seagren said: "Financial 'Astoria, at several Important local ,other current agricultural topics,at tober 20.Potato.
During the period between June problems must be solved before auto shows, and In dealers' salesrooms ,l meeting at the Neva King Cooper growers are prepming,
1 and September 6, Cuba ihlpped the schools can attain their high throughout the country. I School auditorium Thursday night their land for the planting winch/
.7110.1101 pounds of avocadoi into est degree of efficiency Attend- : Formal presentation of Its new i The meeting was arranged by will get under way around the fit" si
the United States according to ance, too, must be stepped up. product and the selling program Charles H. Stetfani county agriculture of November and already HIOU-
figures of the United States De- While attendance) grew from 203- will be to Chevro-
for 1940 made agent who said persons] lands of bushels of seed potatoes
- partment of Commerce. Duringthe 000 in 1890 to 6,000,000 at the present let' wholesale field organizationand specially interested in the growing -' have been received for distribution.
!11 lame period last year Cuba time there are now In the the central office sales de- industry are invited. I (Continued on Page Seven)
shipped M40.550 pounds into this United States S5oooOOO persons partment staff at the annual national -
country. : (Continued on Page Seven! ) sales convention scheduled I
: 1 to open here September 28. Thesessions I Lions Club to Collect Used Apparel

Homestead Girl .Scouts Plan to CenterYear's will be attended will last by two about days 330:. and key For District's Needy School Childrenarticles

II members of the organization.
Activities Around Clubfor --
: Cycle The Redland District Lions Club will be taken to Home
Softball Fans, Players participating In the annual drIveof stead High School and the Redtand

-_ Mrs. James A. Dunn representing all county Girl Scout each Give League Head Ring the Dade County Lions to obtain Farm Life School and will be distributed <
the' Miami Cycle Club of] spring. used clothing and shoes for ty members of the Par
... Greater Miami, spoke to the The objectives of the club are r. D. Mock. president of the needy school children,will canvass enUTeacher associations.
i Homestead Girl Scouts at their to promote a !healthy Interest In local dlamondball league was ,the Redland District Sunday. Clean clothing and thaj which
first meeting of the season Tuesday nature and history of Dade County presented with a ruby ring, th41 The local campaign will be lathe requires laundering should be
'r. afternoon at the home of Mrs. }, to train Children the 'proper gift of fans and members of the charge of. Dr. Carl T. Robin' placed In separate bundles, Dr
frank Skill, captain. UM of ,bicycles; to teach road four teams, just before the start lOlL Robinson said.
r. The club to open to girls from safety and courtesy; to organize of the Horne-Brooker game at the Boy Scouts will assist Lions In Lions who win assist Pr Robinson .
ton to sixteen years of age. planned diversion In connection municipal ball park Monday night the collection of the bundles.Dr. and the territories ia which
1 The scouts will center their year's with cycling, to hold ride-outs The ring was presented by Ansel Robinson suggested that persona they will work are a* follows
activities on a cycle patrol. Trips which will Include instructions In Barrow a member of the Home wishing to make donations! Home.teatl-Dr. George Ruehle
t;i. will be taken to point of interest proper riding and planned fun on team who thanked Mr. Mock for place their bundles, tagged "for I Arthur Smith. Lester Lawrence ..
in this locality: Girls wtUgjt JiSZ lMi iVi his work with the league) duringthe : Lions," on their front porches asa and Henry Ruegg: Florida Clty-
a A work on the cycle badi anjfyTT:"THrsT TOHSyStloroe was appointed I season and expressed: appre-I| means or speeding collections.The John Graves; Goulds--TnomsI
give an exhibition at ihs annual counselor; and Mrs Fred elation for the success of the i ileague. local LKHU will <,anvan each Torbti,t .nd W W. 0" pC/1
\ field day events Mid ,n Miami (Continued oqt Page Seven) !, i boWIe In this art ,. The collected "T'\>U:ued on Page '' .njU


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Pace Two THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday September 29, 1939i


SAFETY PATROL Neutrality Act Repeal !COLEY \V. REDDDIESFOLLOWING Marine Recruiting Office charged meat from from men any honorably branch of"du3 the

Urged by Lions Speaker Opened at Jacksonville armed ItI'vIcea01 the United
Slates who are not over 35 yearsof
IImIBERS TAKE ,Terming the neutrality act a \ As part of a recrwitlrti campaign age, The height" requirementfor
most grotesque miscarriage of justice to increase thin United Stales Marine all.enlistments is S feet 4 kkcbtsttf

f OATH OF OFFICE Roseoe Bnma t1er. Lions district -i SHORT ILLMt Corps to treaty strength, the t feet 2 Inches. ji
governor. In a talk at the :,Marine recruiting service has established .;
Redland District Lions Club meeting t an office ta Room 12, Modem Politics 4'
t
The safety petrol of the Homestead Tuesday night, declared Its- 1 Funeral services for Coley wu- Blum Building Jacksonville Candidate: -It.. my intention

High School was officially passage would be a blow to democracy I'ison Redd, :a. who died In a Miami, Applications for original four- to conduct a bunklesa campiignj
mustered lota service Wednesday He said It Is the duty ef I(![hospital after a week's Illness wereconducted year enlistment will be accepted Publicity Expert: 'Swell,1brother
all right thinking citizens to write of !* And I'm lust the
morning at assembly In the Neva from young men 18 to M years man to
Home-
st the
King Cooper School auditorium. to their congressmen and urge the I Sunday age, and for four-year re-enlist put that kind of bunk Duet."-Er,
act's defeat stead Methodist Church by the.
C. W. Blgelow. manager ot the i Rev J. J. Richards pastor. Burial
South Florida Motor Club. administered The present war has placed democracy -
was In Palm Cemetery. Nsranja,' .
:
In the balance and passage
the oath ef office and presented :
of the neutrality act would aid In charge of the Turner funeral
the badges In the presenceof MAKE APPLICATIONi
the student bodies o( the high in upsetting It,- Mr Brunitetter:Home. 1
said. "We should have nothing Mr- Redd was stricken seriouslyill
school and the Neva King Cooper
school this war, but we should aid 0'1 several weeks after he returned I FOR YOURDriver's j
from Maryland where he had been' .
countries who fighting dictatorial : -
are
Cap & W. Lemon bead of the I '
employed In fruit box making He
by giving them
oppression
traffic department of the Miami
i was found to be suffering from a'
polk department, spoke to the unlimited buying power In this
non-contsgious spinal a tl m e n t
: the duties of officer:, country
boys on an 'I thought to have resulted from'several
and gave them "pointers" in their "Democracy Is fighting for her accidental Injuries covering -' LicenseAT
work. : very life and the neutrality act
.a period of lI1t'ara. ;
Serft 3 S. Hammer member of would prevent us from going to
He was a native of Aiken, S. CV ,
the accident prevention squad of i I her aid. We should kill this I act and was brought here by his par. .
the Miami and thus deal blow against
police department. gave a telling
I'"ta, Mr. and Mrs Chester M.
I talk on first aid and demonstrated -,I Hitler. Defeat Hitler, and democracy Redd
25 years ago He was educated -
the correct methods of will be saved for posterity"
'PPl1in'l In the local schools and was
tourniquets and banda, Dr George Ruehle, Immediate
i graduated with the 1931 clap of
Injured person. past president of the club, was Homestead High School JUSTICE PEACE
In addition to protecting students presented with a put president's Former
. I schoolmates served as 4
around school buildings, thepatrol certificate by Mr. Brumtetter
pall bearers. They were Alvin
also will be responsible for I' I Simmons, Ted Thomas, William OFFICE '
the safety of students boarding and Ovid .
i Mrs. Myrtle A. DePew Booth Sullivan, Edward
from school busses.
alighting 1 Brooker and Garland Wynn .
Henceforth safety patrol members Succumbs at Ft Pierce .
Besides his parents, Mr. Redd OPEN UNTIL I OTLOCK EVERY NIGHT
will ride busses students. I -
carrying la survived
Opt Harry Pierce was renamed 1 Mrs. Myrtle A. DePew, 63, manager by a sister Mill MarJorie -
Redd, and a brother, James
bead of the patrol His staff Is i of District 4 of the Woodman
D. Redd. He was a nephew of J. Odd Fellows Bldg. Homestead, Fla..
composed of Lleul J. T. Godwin Circle, died In s Fort Pierce hospital D. Dade '
I Redd County commisstoner. -
and Lieut Eldred Gilmer. Other. on Sunday after a major op _. ,..? 1
members of the patrol are T Q eration. .
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Rayburn. Bruce Scott, Sheridan Mrs. DePew a native of Ilia-
Miller. Jay Newton, Elbert Newton burgh, was well known in South I
Harry Bishop, Fred Fuchs. Dade as she was manager of all
Billy Jacobs. Fred Hobart, Carl the' territory from Vera Beach to I
Alexander, Owen Gooding and Homestead She Is past state i
Paul Rue. president,past national committeewoman -I

Last July the patrol participated, and an honorary mem-i
ta a parade of the National' Safety of the Woodman Circle Sheaves ,
Council at Washington, D. c., and I. two sons and two daugh- I

won a loving cup given for travelIng ten ) 1
the greatest distance to the
capital PATROL WORK. BEGINS DEC. I

\ The safety patrol Js under supervision Florida's try state highway patrol ; .1' )'
Of James L Coker of the cnstadj.hr the 1939 legislature -

local police force. I will not begin operations
until December 1. A 60-day delayin
Where Uetber Belenf I putting the patrol in operation
Lady Politician (addressing an- is caused through lack of funds
dience): "What Is home without and time required foe selection of
mother personnel equipping and training
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r DIES SUDDENLYAT I Citrus Trees for Trip World's. Fair I PLAY DIRECTOR Tab service will be furnished on

I oppllcatfon to Mr. Shuler and
I DeLand, Sept. 28. (Special)- tree every week and changes It George N. WaketleU. advisor of

GAINESVILLEHenry 'Already grapefruit, orange and chemically to correspond with that FOR F.F.A HOUSEEverett the local F F. A. chapter.
in the groves from which they
other citrus tree taken I
arc being Facilities of the clubhouse Include
.
were taken.Mon
Pierre McDaniel, Sr., 43 I'from their grove and moved to than Shuler ha been appointed table tennis, croquet, volleyball
5,000 tree., shrub
of Homestead, died I horseshoe and Chin
pitching
unexpectedly
Florida exhibit headquarters recreational supervisor for
in and plants, sent from all parts of I
Monday night In a hotel at Gainesville ese checker. The Junior Woman'

|DeLand where they will be kept Florida by Foster Barnes, exhibit the clubhouse of Homestead Chapter I
while
Club
his
visiting ton, Pierre, recently gave the chapter
who 1* I sophomore at the Unl- until time to take: them to the New horticulturist, and his assistant, Future Farmers of America, It !I S29 which wa used to purchasenew
\llrall3' of Florida. York World's Fair next spring.It are thrtvtng many of them are In was announced. The clubhouse I equipment for the billiard
full bloom or bearing fruit This
Airy McDaniel had spent the day requires six week to take a week one of the orange tree bunt I was opened recently for the winter !table. It I* planned to Install two
with his ion on the university season. I shuffleboard court and a miniature .
tree from the ground. One side into bloom while such rarities as
campus and in the late afternoon Mr. Shuler has arranged a schedule golf course.
Is boxed, then after the monsters deliclosa. the ity-
had sent a telegram to his wife!, two weeks a of activities for 40 to 80 boy
second tide phus and the cherimoya are la full
Mrs. Carrie McDaniel he la boxed and *o on and
: saying girl c day. The clubhouse
fruit. CARD OF THANKSWe
would be In Homestead Tuesday until finally, the tree la lifted will be open on week day afternoons -
Local Oldsmobile dealer, he had from the earth. Each box weigh I Every bride visiting the exhibit from :3:30 to 5:30: o'clock wish to acknowledge with,
allowed to
with him a 1MO model car whichhe about 8,000 its pick an orange blossom -i and from (.30 to 10:30 o'clock onweek sincere gratefulness the tender expressions
from the tree for good luck.
had obtained In Atlanta and Morley Martin of the Florida night Younger boy and of sympathy and the
planned to display In Homestead exhibit staff baa thus far moved \girl will us* the building In the I beautiful floral offerings during
this week. nine large citrus tree from the Goad Idea day and older one will WIt It it our recent bereavement
Mr. McDaniel had been In ill grove and I* nurturing them In "What1 this timetable fort"Something I night Mr. and Mrs. Chester M. Redd.
health for about a year. Ills ton the exhibit slat house here In De- I got for the guest, It I* planned to offer the facllk I| Marjorie Redd.
was at hit bedside when death occurred Land. He test the soil around the room."--Ex. 'ties of the clubhouse to churches, James Redd.
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and notified his mother by -- -
telephone.
A native of Dublin Oa, Mr

,"the McDaniel automobile since had 1927 been business-During connected in the Homestead with two- WHAT'S THE GOOD WORD FOR '411Tlu


years previous to coming,,here he
headed a Ford agency at Havana,
Cuba. Before going to Cuba he
wa a traveling salesman for a
wholesale grocery company
Mr McDaniel was head of the
Oldsmobile agency here for two i ix8
year and previous to that was
manager of Redland Motors, Im
'Besides hla wife and IOn, he it
survived by his mother and several -
sisters all of Dublin. Funeral
services and burial took place
Wednesday at Dublin.
Mrs. McDaniel left here Tuesday -
morning, accompanied by Mrs.
A. M. Loan, J. L Burton and
Archer Smith, for Gainesville She y
and her son continued on to Dub
lin. Her friends returned to
Homestead Wednesday
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? Church of God Plans
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r Union Services Sunday r

I Member of congregations of
Kendall and Miami churches are
, expected! to attend a special union
service to be held at the Homestead hf
Church of God Sunday. It
was announced by the Rev Georg.
Q. Coplin, paitor .
The Rev. J. E. DeGarmo 'if
Miami! will be the speaker and ..
musical program has been u

ranged. ,
Rev. DeGarmo, who hat trR\"'Ifr'
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State and foreign countries, will
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transportation. -five of its special alloys TOIOUI'TUM MrVS TWOS HYDRAULIC aural
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IICOK WWII MOUMTIM9 rOH-M-AFT HASHWATDMicnoM than for
pound
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years
SIGNAL mono NEW "oousti WALL
ruiirr TOP BOOT IT rwn-WITH SAWTT run stArt a food cookstove.
NEWT G. BALL When Ibis uncatchtble ,AU AROUND lAW ACTION HAMOMHOT TIAKMMtSIOM -
'smoothie. front "fox foot ing SAKTMJMIf sows SEAM MAMMHTf It'i a honey, it'i a bearcat,
NOTARY PCBUO It'. M Iambi I
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womb II, Itll. at .... .... .Hue adA.u..N..A. I There art people tIC whom your
........ ..*aass ... .<1 quite fond because they pot- '
rae.a .. tars.aUPerRIPTION.
---- I Mesa most It not all these qualities

RATaaOatW..i .. ... I cheerfulness, friendliness poise, a; j''
D.de .ntY":::::: ::-: ::.::: >* ITS row of humor a readiness to bt

of service tn Um of disstress unselfishness -
VOICE ITfS
Prohibition Restored as I thoughtfulness of otbtn i:
SAID CAN neatness, cleanliness These
; Education FailsA i art what make up ont'i person.

1 ality, In a high degree They are I
dJaw has been recently
A 91STAit'C4"Of e largely a matter ef acquirement, of ,
Inaugurated in Bombay the chiefS i Th'QEEi. self-training and they may be ,

Industrial center of India Affecting yours for the seeking and develop.mtnt .

approximately 25000000, :The heart can be awakened i
I and trained as well ai can an
the new law was In.ugur.tedunder '
.s athlete muscles ,
the influence of Mahatma .
I If people shun you .maybe Is',
' Gandhi, .the factory owners and I because of the lack of the above

business Interests and not by the. qualities or became of the pre: I

British suzerain government.Plans ence of such shortcomings ai eon

have been approved by celt, deceit, selfishness, gossiping
K'w
the New Zealand toad Safety grouchiness, braggadocio tale-<

Council to'make it sn offense for t telling disloyalty, unsoclableneis,' >
a driver to take intoxicating beverages ilovenllness Weed "em out or they *

while driving a motor vehicle will spoil your crop ot good man.
or anytime within a half ners.

hour after Indulging la such bev- s e e

erages. Strychnine, one of the deadliest
Mr. Robert Simple, minister of
poisons Is used ss a remedial agentIn .
I transportation stated that educational '
a highly diluted form It is also
methods had been tried and
had failed as the number of cases -- tU :; )l aid- that one part of cobra venom ,
'Il' 1, !i'01 in S.000 parts of saline solution,
had actually Increased Referring .
TEl'lIGN \\l\\ will given quicker relief in headaches
c (tJt ( -
and service to the splendid ear drivers record who of were bus .2OSFLI.RRy. "' ".,.".' _. .... I ,,.i-i "_" than any other medicament

forbidden to take liquor and to K ,. .....,CI' By the way did you ever "milk"a
T.. '., rattlesnake? No? Well it ls ,
pilots who were forbidden to I -_. _--to ..._
drink, he said there was no hope 1:; ... 1') being done by a Miami girl as a R
fur s .decided Improvement under! o oc nORIOA -- / sort of sideline. She goes into the

stricter regulations and urged that ; NoJi/AlMOr. Everglades armed with a gunnysack ':

the Community>> should follow their SE ETMY cr "heCONrL"JERATE ". and forked stick, bags her
example XTINCTf : catch and when the number Just!. ,
j : ties a milking, the serpents are
Opposition to the plan was madeon
STATES deftly seized by the of the
the ground that It could not be NAVY nape
neck, the head held over a glass
enforced The commailoner of
poloe contended that It could. The task that confronted Steph" T.. I buy aH the necessities. Considering the fluid vessel Is and by finger pressure the ,
cauaed to be
Whether the recommendaton shall Mallory when he became secretary c: Me difficulties: surmounted, the accomplish- through the fanga in much released the :

become a la whiles with parliament Confederate States navy in 1861 was almost menU of Secretary Mallory was little short same muscular manner that the

t superhuman. The Confederate governmentbad or Marvelous.The serpent ejects It, l .
not a single shipof-war. It had no voice-of the WHOOPING CRANE
Progress? abundant fleetof merchant vessels: from which once wintered in Honda, is indeed The venom Is sold to research
bodies, etc. and In time the '
serpents
c According to an article appearing which to draWJreservta It had no seftmcn. rtnvultabie; for the resonance of its nvttcany are sold to zoological
gardens
In the "Clover Leaf American- The South was without a large force of for unbelievable distances. This XprooJibly collectors or museums In'

Review," a statement Is given of skilled mechanice. There was but OM plant due to tha fact that its wind v3r"* fact up- at Arcadia U located a

the things girls were permitted to that could supply large aliber :unll. Worstof Is often as long M the bird itself bola cannery for make meat. Their

have In French boarding schools of all. there was no raw material except coiled in many convolutions within gas diet Is clean and probably the "

two hundred years ago Each! \I the timber that was standing in 1h" turret b...... Ixme Such a powerful volume rf flesh does hot differ greatly from

student was allowed one suit of and the iron in the mine*. Ihie ,,'aDO m>urs.l conning from the throat o< & &bird that of eels.

underclothing one pair of stockings money In the Cuafe 1tr*<4' f% 'f .** toe ;.. -4.3 1Ibll-.all. o e
I two handkerchiefs a month
The creation of new jobs for
and one towel every week; nuns hungry politicians Is going ahead
Consumer of Immature Grapefruit Remembers It
one towel every two weeks. Foot; at a fast and furious rate both
baths: students, one a month. Children in Court. For a Crisis Time, Says Connecticut Reader nationally and locally. Ohio Is ,

Nuns were allowed a bath only by contributing its share In considering -

petal authorization of the, superior By Judge Mal .Jlm IlatfMJ Editor sder-Enterprise: ed when I reached home. They creating a commission to con-

: Students were permitted .. .. the scale four trol
-- tipped at pounds, water well drilling I asked .
t three baths a year; in May, June Monday morning and the good
LAUGHING AT CHILDISH four ounces His crop is running Uncle Ezra what he thought about
and July Pupils unable to take old Leader-Enterprise came in the very large with but few seconds it and he replied "Yeah gittln'

the baths at the appointed time FRANKSA first mail, regular as usual. My' The season here: has been uncommonly so a feller cant sneeze 'thout a

must May. wait until the following very talented and attractive wife bless her, she iant well yet dry but Mr. Shepard pur-mit"

young girl was brought Into court was not to meet failure on this ac- e e
reached for it. It is always entertaining -
The Gel I
man woman today
may by her parents because they had He three four The
county. put on or ordinary edition of most
not buy anything new If she has end we both read it with i
been unable to control-her. Theirrecital '
I huge portable and spectators books particularly those authors
pumps ,
two dresses, three sets of underwear Interest for It' to :.
.f her misdemeanors was deep speaks us could '
daily tel the great spurts whose feet have not trod the lad-
two two night shirts or pajamas, touched with a sort of pride: the of the many warm friends we have of water from the river falling on der of fame U 1,000 copies but

,petticoats six handkerchiefs, six pairs of stockIngs review of many of her pranks pro' made In Homestead Then thereIs I his thirsty fields, We do not have occasionally a publisher announces '
two
pairs
voked their laughter This young the Dew., that the advantage of sub-lrrlgation a. second
of shoes encouraging < large printing" or even
one pair ef gloves for the
winter lady had a good home and fundamentally grapefruit prices are tip a bitMature here which Is enjoyed by Dade a third. The first edition Is a .

It Is not stated what the males good training, but her early fruit,1 that Is thesensible County planters. sort of "feeler" to teat out the '

were permitted to have two parents had always typed her cute. way to thin It. When immature My wife and I hope to be'able public reaction, though one re*
tome
hundted but and had laughed at her disobedience and "sour enough'te mate to reach our avocado grove In October cent waft of fiction Black War-
years ago today In from the time she was a little squeal" of it : six editions the
Germany men must get along with a pig evebuy.r Cau..prlnted
two suits and three shirt,, two child Invariably felt he wanted no mare ." Sincerely, ..... > ,Jin week. it was oa sale. Another ":
pan'of shoes, two-pairs ef winter The girl was shrewd and learned fruit from Florida And It .re- IIOLL ISTER'j3AGN.: recent novel "The Brandons sold.,\'>'
glove and how to circumvent ,.rente1.1IIe1p-o wired e long time for him to forget 147.000 copies ethers as. high as r
one stick of ihaving Woodbury Conn. Sept 23, ;16JJ .
,line, Confessions of her misdeeds ILThe 170,000 Victor Sheeaa'sNot
soap that mint last for six ingntls.Business .
were always witty. This girl had news that the vegetable Peace But a Sword" ran Into its ,,'
learned to avoid punishment by growers of the region are'already Lees Dna. SLAUGHTERED. 1 HSth thousand. Of non-fictional

BureauVams playing en rur parents' sense tt beginning preparations for the Dr J. V. Knapp state, director' writing one of the ,best sellers ,+

Against Lotteries humor. The time had come, however winter boom recalls, te mind that of the Livestock S.nltaao.nt, 'Day ,Of Our Youth" (Van ',
when the school authorities last week I visited Frank E. Shep- 1 announced. that In the .neighborhood Paasen) sold above 171000 copies.
r The Better Business Bureau of and other persons railed to appreciate ard's great potato-growing farm i In of 1,000 deer had been destroyed It deals with the European situ "
her clever pranks. Such an I In the vast Collier county: atlon. Thomas DUon's "flaming '
I Washington D. C through Its director the west part of town (Woodbury)
I Claude a Woodward has attitude ef Indulgent good humor oa the Pomperaug River,flats to breeding ground since the lebla.1lure Sword" had on July It an initial

warned the public against fake often engenders conceit selfishness see the men bringing In 30 barrels authorized: their slaughter In i edition of IM.OOo copies. With .

promoters public lotteries, punch and flagrant misdeeds In the ot wonderful tubers at a truck the fight against the cattle tick popular authors and timely subjects p.

card scheeaea, and those evils ausqueradlng ',offspring of parents of high load. understand he Is rewarded The ares thrown open U bunters such large editions arc no

under forms of businessand standing with 3,MM swshels and they are has attracted many parties, some rJk. ,

charity AU these pernicious Winging IL29 per bushel Smooth reporting I bagging .over AQ does, o e 1 j

activities, he polnta out In his an* this way he said the unsuspecting end with shallow, eyes they eresnott buck paid *****. It Is the agitated waters that are 111

Dust report,' are i detriment *> charitable-minded person" busy, attractive.Mr kept from stagnation.\ The ocean
legitimate business. businessman often made donations Shepard has been growing STATE SPEAKERS nay be smooth on the surface but I

Striking at commercial lotteries which ere absorbed through devious -i potatoes on a large scale. on the TO INVADE EAST everywhere there are under currants 1

1 and punch cards, he expressed the channels and not applied to glades In the Badlands area for Two Florida speakers, armed that keep It In constant mo* ,

opnton that they should not be allowed 'charity named. ,f I some years, and has certainly with an attractive colored m tJoapJctu.re Uon. Tie your arm to your body J;
to exist In advisingagainstfake The director indicated that kgls-j teamed bow to do it He .la hurrybig : film' "Florida's Golden and in a few months it will become ..

tr charities which always' eperese talon to suppress such activities operations -here that,he- may Harvest. will flU 75 engagements useless. The nation whose mind

at the expense of legitimate :weald be urged by the Better leave very soon, for Us Florida before civic clubs and other organizations Is directed into a single channel "\

once he called Mention to the Justness Bureau j(tract and will as usual take his in Pennsylvania l duringthe denied self-expression or expansion :,

type et professional solicitor* who' special mediteery with him. I was month of October.according l will ttoelf wither and perish, ,;

curry on their Campaigns tram a | He that can have patience CIa presented with three potatoes,! to Karl Lehman, secretary of theFlorida In e conformity to one ot nature! ''A
battery -of'toasted. telephones. IA.I have what he wiLr'.Fraaklttt.' (which out of eurleeitywere weigh [ Speaker* Bureau. "". inexorable laws J!

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" 20 Years AgoIIIIIIIIIIIII11hIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I ARE THERE ANY T QUESTIONS? FRUITS SHOWN\ Tropical Cafe


nr EDITOrS. a ..._NOT(:. U TAB.....Ioo'oUooe.100 dt .. ... of posture training i* to develop I door Berth el city halt
i I kr Metal wravMma IU Y--. a natural and efficient; carriage. AT WORLD'S FAIRWorld's
. C>IU... t...fcU VmtmnUr, N.. Unnatural 1IOMCSTCAD: FLORIDA
n. ......... ..... r..* at 41.ii _( mm .*.-_ positions, awkwardand
"II. s... "'". .. .... 11I_ ..r .. wl>Mlll 4 Ihmck %hcove.. causing fatigue, do not help
a.t.rarh..wli..d M.r. Ik. Hit t-, the development of good posture Fair N. Y. Sept tt. Regular dinner .... 50c
M tM mrnmOk rWU. B.... !
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mrnnrni era ST. tsar, vttk UM N...* QUESTION: How can you habits. I (Special) -The six best tropical Plate lunch ............ 35e
mad tutu.Sept. make children behave when they QUESTION1 Should girl In fruit In the world, according to
S3, 19U are cross? junior high school engage In all Dr. Johann Petersen, horticulturist Bliss Balk Steffaal amid Mrs

-"Mr. and Mrs. Cha Capallo REPLY: Dr. E. O. Osborne. of, the sports that boys do? I of Miami may now be seen at FloreiM KereaJat Prop
have arrived from Atlantic City Teacher College, Columbia University -' REPLY -'Because the muscular the Florida exhibit at the world's .... r
:N. J., where they have been I says on this point: "Aa strength of girls 1* from 20 to 40%,'fair. They are the mangostcen.
spending the summer. They are with so many problems of child; less than that of the average boy monster deltcioM, UU-hl: from
visiting with riipses prior to moving behavior that bother adult there of the lame age and size and because i i 1 I China; white sapote pineapple and
Into the Walker property I|la no simple answer to this ques 1 girls have generally smaller, cherlmoya.
which they will occupy this win- tion. Perhaps; the crossness is due lung and hearts, physical educators !I, The mangosteen I Is one of the A Trial
to Incipient illness or to fatigue I beLit_that great care shouldbe few tropical fruits Dr. Petersen

ter."I.. R. Matthews 1* busy setting It ao, rest or quiet activity away I taken to prevent harmful excessive -(I I has found difficult produce In MeansA
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out five acre of Citrus, mostly from the stlmulous of other I Ia im- activity. Basketball hockey southern United States. It
grapefruit." portant Punishment or scolding' and other sports where there .the flavor of strawberry NI'j
"Ceo. Ranson ,Jr. and wife arrived only make for more trouble. Or i la an unusual amount of running grape.
Saturday for a abort visit the child may be feeling guilty or' or competition are likely to, involve {I The anteaters deliclosa has a I CustomerAT
with Mr. Hanson' father. Mr. disturbed because of something he: excessive activity. If these medley of fruit flavor, banana
Ranson prefer Homestead to his ha done. If without pressure sports are engaged In, they should apricot and pineapple. It may bet"]
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present location, and we have a can help him express what It be informal, with rests wheneverthe I seen In fun fruit In the exhibit's
sneaking Idea he will buy a ticket that Is troubling him, he will: participant become tired. I j tropical garden ai may the pine-
down here some day and stay." usually 'become himself again" On the other hand there I II no apple and the cherlmoya, brought I
--"The Odd Fellow celebratedthe "Most often, however", Dr. Oa- evidence for the statement commonly -|I to Florida from the slope of the I I DRIGGERSService
89th anniversary of Rebekah borne says, "crow behavior i* the: made that girl should not Andes and sometimes called theIce

degree of Odd Fellow last Tuesday result of thwarting or interference engage in such sport a* high I; cream fruit__ Station
evening In Tower hall The with the child' need or activities. jumping or broad jumping where
UluuMUI Dr. FMMM for

attendance was line, 73 adult and 'I He may feel that his parent do not there Is a certain amount of landIng -j I .a r* than !*. run a MMml ml Un 8. Krome Av and Third SI
really Jove him, that he 1 ahock. RWI..4 UMrM. s/. -**... torn*
21 children T. L. Graves and being I .. HiiaUa *rt... Kl ml Ktmmm road I Phone till
Mr*. Cassiua Cushman gave reel treated a* a baby, or that he c.n-I I Experiments are being made In .. f.._ for Ut nlteUM of ran
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tations, while Instrumental duets not have or do something that modification of boys' games and Io were rendered by Mr*. Caplingerand I others have or do. All I'sports for the use of girls. These larly applicable to girls of junior '
Mr. Webster and Othelia and: : thing la natural. Our job I I modified sports should be partial- high school age. READ THE WANT ADS
Richard Fuchs. A talk on the Re- I enta is to help clesr out unnecea.1
bekah degree was given by Mr*. sary obstacles to our IlfiSATURDAY'
Webster while Mr. Webster. spokeon happiness or to help LAST DAY
Odd Fellowship ." I strlctlon stand and accept unavoidable re. ;

-"J. U. Free began picking his!
grapefruit last Monday." "One good thing to keep |n j Sears 53rd Anniversary Sale
-"Cecil and Fdwln Hook have 'mind 1* that meeting crossness
left for Gainesville to attend the I'with crossness is rarely effective. !

University of Florida this ....Ion.. Ilt And seldom should one 'hsvei SHOP 9 A. II.\ TO 9 P.M.
-"MJ.* Alice Moser left Monday out' at the time when cross be-I .
for Tallahassee to attend the State haviour 1* being shown by the !I
College for Women. 'child. After the Immediate' disturbance I Dove Season Opens Oct. 1st
-I* A. Wise and wife, haw returned has quieted down one i*
from their trip to South much more likely' to get at the
raiN: caused by the sickness cause and to gain the cooperation Sears is ready to help you start your

and loath of Mr. Wise's father" of the child In plan" to avoid future next hunting jaunt right-the larg.
Tli. occurrences.
sudden dtKth of Mr Rose
Cornet, from ptoualni poisoning QUESTION: How can one develop est sporting good department in

Saturday morninj came as a shock good posture? Miami to help you-featuring nationally .
to the resident of our town ." REPLY Good posture varies t
-"Mr. and Mrs. /. a Russell have [With the individual. Because known merchandise at real
returned from their northern trip people are different In type of h
and are comfortably' located in build and other bodily characteristics savings.
thelf bungalow on Broadway.""! there' i* no one standard
(Florida City). way for standing or sitting- or! REDUCED 5.001! EASTERN ARMS. Hanger Slnglo-
walking.,. There are, however, certain -
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H. Schwelteer
"': and wife ar- !
rived home last Saturday after an general rule which physical DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN it' Barrel Shotgun

absence of over two month ." educators have found conducive to
(Florida City). good posture. 1) Head, neck, trunk 7.98
and leg should be w nearly
Oct. t; m above one another a* possible in u. 16 ., 20 :16'5 ,.s, edge
-"The bond election on Tuesday j I order that muscular strain may be gauge :
was carried, of course, by a (comparatively -reduced and the Individual, while Barrel pntUsttd -
) large majority Few ,erect, may be a* relaxed a* possible Sold M tan Ti aI. PermmtsSecularly / with .-.
voted, aa there was no doubt that j 21.98. ProoM.*ted. forged steel barrel A t Vo..di asr'e"*.
the bond would carry. The vote J) The bead should be held as Chrome vanadium steel part. Automatic / urn Html parta
stood H to 1 The purpose of high as possible without strain. Witty, wide, matted rib. Walnut dock and A e t e w e t
the election was to provide funds J) With the body kept in this erect forearm. Modified right full chock.: left barrel tit el, lMt 11II
for the purchase of'an additional and well-poised position the w 20 gauge
only.
unit for the 'fight plant along with muscle should be a* relaxed a*
wire, meter ,and other equip- is consistent with the posture.
ment."Henry. ," 4) The feet should not point too Ranger Repeating Shotgun Over and Under
Dodson and wife will much outward. Weight should be Shotgun
move Into a part of the Oscar 1 borne through the middle of the
Thomas house this week." foot and the toot protected tram
pouring begun this strain on the Inner aide. 33.50
week on the Tower building and Strained and extreme positions Red.
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the Armour building. Contractor should be avoided. The purpose ,
Vmphrey I Is removing the forma i i"Concrete I 0 20.0". JS." i. t.. 'wall"

from the Fucha building and the semew 30" 21 'r
iit.glsin -> Smooth easy action Six shots in live aeconxj:
finishing work I* going on stead
ily." -i Take down in 10 condk Solid walnut Block: a ... es lr

,;:.."J A. Norwood moved to Ken- Clad forearm. IL I' w 80

dall on Thursday where he will New TRUCKS CorNewSAVINGS Said M ffWf ff.Mh ,..,.
take charge and manage the papaya
farm, the owner of which MALLARD SHOTGUN SHELLS
have a contract to furnish the
Royal Palm Hotel Miami, ft half No*. 4 t. 10 Drop Shot
.i .lolntedCleaning
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ton of this fruit a week ." 1940
BOXES OF 25
-'Work Is being punned steadily : Hod

/ on the road to the Sisal Company's 12-Gaug. ..........79c ..
plantation on Long Key ." FORD TRUCKSAND M aV.
-J"B. W. Morris hat purchasedtwo 16-Gaug .........75c
lot on the corner of Campbell 49c
street and Krome avenue. In 20'Gaug ..........70c

Commercial addition and is preparing tiwlaiitawma Ivaltlo Hercules Reds Lr
to erect a modem little COMMERCIALCARS t mt hi soMkelM pwd'r. Uodshe GOT
bungalow, the dimension being all--.tAt ako ag.tlsetlsf I Iftte 0116"
about 30x53 feet" of III. Jeeps
"Oeo. Wright and wife and six hv prices e* Test Swel
children arrived last week from games of IMI does ... ....

Selma, Ala, and they are here to Mallard Xrra Rang Shotgun Shells
.ta). Mrs. Wright 1* a slater of
John and Charlie Barnes, and were Here Oct. 6: taxes 'ol 2S, 106 BUM el 25,, f 1.96 asaa. amass? MON, assn
Induced to settle her by L '1 "a" 1M IP raver "a? L6DaaW as


:Matthew"Frank; "Rue's -many friend 8.1, Neese Motor Co I SEARS.ROEBUCK AND COJMSCATNK

glad to see film back safe .
ound,. after some few > Nest to Heneelead Post Office .l

eerv.1ce VIJ:1l""" 13e_ BLVD. AT,WTH, ITKU7V MIAMI ? ., ,?Fates PARKINQ,
J.a d5eltsn s'M "7leis fP .

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Pave Six THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday, September 29, 1939 ,J,

Florida City announce the birthof sport or school wear by the young with particular care as 1he7" '!r
a ilk pound boy Loren Burdine, er girl or boy worn constantly for a long perioSl
In the"3Po Graduate hospital on Shots and hose, possibly more' of Ume. ,'t,
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and Ground FrIday. than any other wardrobe Item, 'r.., ,
In -.4
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Influence the physical and mental I'4

I' Roger Snow underwent a tonsil health of an Individual Choose WANT ADS PAY ,
operation on Tuesday in the PostGraduate the shoes and hose for school wear ,
Homestead -
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toHousewives New Supply '
Dr. and Mn B. E. Gatlln ands Mn Catherine Richardson of ('.'
daughters, Betty and Jane, retume r Coconut Grove, district deputy of
ed home Tuesday from a visit in the Woodmen Circle: visited here

:, Atlanta AndaluiU they, Ala.visited and Atlanta.their ion.At 1"-Sunday It _, We Have a New Supply ofLandreths'

Jack, who Is a student .t Emory FLORIDA CITY .. ----
University By Mrs. W. W. Severy Simon's, and Stokes'SEED ,
SCHOOL SHOES .
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Wm. Arthur left Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs Harold Sheffield' Properly fitted shoes and hose
;,: return to Annapolis after pending have as their guest Miss Eva Robbins are essential to comfort and health.
a month with nil parent, Mr and of Elwood, Ind. Feet, especially when growing, are F
Mrs A. F. Arthur. easily Injured by ill fitted or badly
Mr. and Mrs J. Parker Chapman shaped shoes or by stockings that
w, Mill Birdie Loll Mathli of Na- of North Haven, Conn., returned are too small or too large FOR FALL PLANTINGwwwwwuwvt S
( ranja left yesterday for Jacksonville home Monday after having Select shoes for school wear that i
where she will enter trainingat spent the week-end with their will give the greatest comfort and

; the St. Vincent hotpltalMn uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mn L. E I freedom. Healthful shoes are ,.'
Forsyth. characterized by the following:
C. Cof has returned to her straight Inner line; broad, low AND DON'T FORGET TO USE :
home In Homestead after spendingthe Mrs. Albert Allen of Coral I heel, broad and long enough to
t past three weeks on Lower Gables spent last week-end visitIng avoid cramping; roomy enough to

" ; t. :Matecumbe. in Florida City with relatives allow walking the foot to spread while Redland Brand Fertilizers ;"(if Y

I Miss Helen Henderson of Atlanta Mrs S. S. Shields returned Sat- Dark, oxfords of black or brown +

:, Is visiting her uncle and aunt, urday from week's visit with her all-leather are suitable for school TO PLANT YOUR SEED BEDS/.
. \. Dr. and Mn B. E. Gatlln, for son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and and sports wear. A shoe that Is '
', ':, several weeks. Mrs. Stuart Shields of Miami. suitably chosen, well fitted. '\'
cleaned and polished, and has a AND CROPS WITH I,:
'i O. W. Ford, Perry Smith and straight heel contributes to the attractiveness -
tl Miss Jean McDavid left Friday
on -
:;. Charles Llppi of Washington, D. C,I of a costume. It is
of lad week for Miami where
are spending a two-week vacation, economical as well si healthful to
. she will spend the winter She
' \N, visited the past Miss few weeks.Geraldine Kelt for in Florida City I have wearing two each pain pair of school on alternate shoes, ,Florida East Coast Fertilizer CoilFRANK

I Mr. and Mrs Frank Stalling* days By this means each pair of

; Mr. and Mrs.-D. IL Bellinger, and son Skipper, of South Miami shoes may be aired, dried and reshaped B.RUE.MGR.
,were Sunday visitors at the home between wearing.
J Jr., left Monday for Gastonia,
M. C. 'of Mn. Stalllngs' father, L. C. Al- Stockings or socks of correct MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER

i. I'drich. size an Important. Well fitted HOMESTEAD FLA.
hose freedom without
permit
J. B. Wlngard of Warrenvllle,
f Sam Leonardi of Chester, N. Y., wrinkles If holes appear quicklyIn 1
8 C, returned to his home Tuesday
,arrived on jTruesday for the cropping the toe, the stocking or sock is
after spending several days
here to attend the funeral of his season'1 j' ti too short, or It wrinkled Imprints ) .
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:........ are left on the foot the fiord U tod
cousin, Coley Redd.
j\ Mr. and/1j: E. W. Severy andlaughter long Lisle or mercerized cotton t

Mn. M.IVT. Oans of Louisville I( Joan, of Miami wpm hose are serviceable, economical.,
Sunday Mr and Mrs.':W and suitable for school The
guestfoj wear
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j il Ky., visiting her son-in-law and .
W. I II mesh"
Severy.v. "cotton hose
popular areattractive
: daughter, Mr. and Mn. Tyler I '
also and often
fit
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I Mr. and Mrs V, O. Rohrer of smoother and hold their shape
'Miami visited at the home of Mr. better than the plain knitted ones
{ L. D. Geiger of New York City and Mrs. John Rohrer. Ankle hose are appropriate for TO
and Mi sister, Mrs. Lena Kehl of 'I
: Jacksonville, Mr and Mrs W S Mrs. Charles Becker Is spendingthis : MAKE ,
I Sullivan of Miami and their daugh- week visiting her daughters,
: ter, Betty Jean, were guests of Mr. the Mines Isabel and Mary BeckerIn ROOMS A3r

r evening and Mr*. C. F. Johnson Friday Miami.B Get the Newson BRIGHTER


i River, B. Chandler, Lewis Aldrich, the
Mrs. Ed. Louisville Jr., James Goodlng Fred Barker
Ga., Is visiting friends and relatives and Paul Neill attended the midget
I here for several weeks. auto In Miami Y
races recently. NEWFORD .,. F i
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I, Word has been received here Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andersonand .
that Jack Gatlin, ton of Dr. and family moved to Homestead .
Mrs. B. E. Catlin, has been one
Monday.
of the five freshmen of Emory CARSCOME

College selected as a member of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Willis and
the fife club. The glee club Is daughter, Erlene, moved to Miamion JJ TIJill1rY
planning tour several states this
Monday to make their home. INOCT. .'
;year During the past year they
not only toured the states but also The Men's Class of the Commu-

some countries In Europe. nity Church enjoyed a fish chow- 6 Rooms finished In paint, varnish, enamel, or lacquer ..

} Holland der supper on Thursday evening make homemaking M much easier. Let us J:
W. O. of High Springs,
Mrs. Mary Howard and her ion The Community Church Sunday show you color sample ofwhat paint can do in .

and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.J I Scchool will hold a rally day program Interior decoration.
Hogan Tucker of ..Miami were la next Sunday morning A Neese Motor Co. -
Homestead Tuesday afternoon calling playlet "An Evening With the t
Next to Homestead fort Office
on Mr and Mr*. W.a Flower Jones Family," will be presented. '
Mr. Holland a retired railroad Also a progrunr .f recitations and Paint can make a dark-room brighter-or tone f

man U,.served s master I*ear yean builder with at the High AtC ngs4s being prepared .I. -.- ".down tult-glare oil the walls* '. ",,: 14\/

Springs. Mr and Mrs. Luther Robert of .
It ran make your home easier to "housekeep, f t

''' '': '''''''' too -with smooth, brilliant floors .... ,easy-to- '

1 HAVE" dean woodwork washable walls.
*WHEN YOU .

When you redecorate, combine both the beau

tiful and the"practical use paint. .I
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t f BRITAIN LISTS orders, but difficulty In finding has boats been" encountered toI' LIONS TO COLLECTContinued Alligator Birth Rate Rare Pigeons ExhibitedAt

carry It. Boat lines cannot obtain Raised by Egg TheftSt. Fair by Dcmerritt
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CANNED CITRUS insurance on vessels or cargo although

this situation probably will. ton-( Wilson Cash from Page N.ranJa-.Joe One) Augustine, Sept 28. (FNS) World's Fair, N. Y, Sept 21-
be corrected as soon as a proper ; On the beach of riortda's exhibit
l Hickson Modello It'i alligator hatching Urn at the
John
AS "ESSENTIAL"I.abland. ; Neafsey.Perrine ;
convoy system has been estab art two live specimens of the m re
--James L. Doolittle Anastasia bland
lished. ; Bed- thowplarce-thtSt white-crowned: pigeon fast traveling -
The Florida citrus commission land road-a J. Lynch; Roberts Augustine Ostrich and Alligator the same road to extinction is
Sept. 28. (Special) road-E. J. Norman Krome
; avenue
which has been Farm. Hundred of the passenger pigeon. The bird la
watching the export baby
With British commission Charlei 1.
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: a headed Ooley; Farm liferoadLindley
i situation closely since war have been a bluish slate color and the mole
saved
reptile from the
for the United States to act upheadquarters Stanley; Newton
t developments, Is working with has a white bead and crown. They
for purchasing canned toad-George H Fitzpatrick;Coconut alligator papas and mamas who William W. Demcr-
sent
government officials In were by
foodstuffs during the war Washing Palm drive-Carl Wagner; have a habit of eating the till
ton to obtain their Influence rltt of Key West, superintendentof
period, Florida canners and other in I Silver Palm drive-Martin Ceis- and thus cutting down the "birth
who Is
having canned lighthouses, propagatingthem
citrus
industry leaders are taking preliminary placed on ler; and Eureka road-Robert C. rat" of their species.
the essential list In captivity with. remarkable
by the British
steps to have canned commission.Loss MacDonell and Lawrence Pope. The alligators bury the eggs in I succeu.
Florida citrus placed on the essential : and Delta and when they turn
list of products which the of this British business I
their backs, the hired hands at
commission will buy for the military would be a severe blow to Flor GIRLHMTSContinued the alligator farm steal the eggiaway Coco de bier Nut ShownAt

' and civilian groups of the ida's citrus canning industry It and put. them In a safe place, Florida Unit of Fair

United Kingdom. would necessitate canning less ( From Page Ons where they will be sure to hatch.TRADESCHOOL .
fruit throwing
fresh citrus apparently enjoyed amount on the fresh an fruit additional market Suber and Mrs. Skill will act as World's Fair, N. Y., Sept. 28.-
a preferential status already, but assistants.The A sample of the famous Coco de
or trying to market the canned
i it was understood unofficially that Mer, the largest free-borne nut lathe
troop b now to all
product now sent to England in open
t the tentative list of essential food- world may be seen at the FlorIda -
r Vuffs this country or some other place. girls between the ages of ten and
which the British
commission building at the world's fair
: Exports this season will amountto eighteen who wish to Join. The (Continued from Page One)
Is bringing to the United These black Lodolca
nuts
strange (
1,500,000 cases of canned citrus, quota Is thirty-two and there are who have not attended school
States does not Include canned an Increase of around 25 per cent already twenty-five members. farther than the eighth gride." sychellarum) cast upon the shoresof
/citrus. Congressman J. Hardin the Indian ocean remained a
Peterson obtained telegraphic information as compared with last season. The Senior Patrol(Will have an Hayes Wood, county tax collec- mystery until the discovery Ice
from the state depart. Initiation for the new senior girlson tor, explained a new tax receipt 1743 that the nutS were producedIn
ment that fresh citrus could be WARTOIIIKEContinued Saturday. Betty Bailey, Wilda system recently was placed In operation the Sychella Islands oft Mada
without Datts and Margaret Stillman are which facilitate service to
imported restrictions Into gascar. The nut is about the size
the United Kingdom, and this was the new seniors. Other seniors the taxpayer. The system replaces of a man's head while the palm
verified by a cabled report from ( from Page One) areDora ScottMelba Van one which had been In operation on which It growl attains a height;:'
England received by the department ;It was estimated by a local packer Winkle, Ann Shackleford and since 1877, he laid. of over 80 feet"CHAIR"
of agriculture, I that approximately 250 carloads of Marlon Edmonds Mrs. James Charles Steffanl, president of the
The British board of trade has seed tubers, or a total of 129,000 Hudson and Mrs Skill will\ accompany club, announced James Franklinof DEDICATION IS SETA
Issued an order which prohibits bushels, will be planted In this I the girls on their outing Fort Myers, Rotary district governor three-day program will serve
the Importation, except by license, area. Most of the seed comet i Saturday. will be a visitor at next for the dedication of Southern Col
of luxuries and goods of which from North and South Dakota, I Other scouts are: Betty Still- week's meeting. lege's recently established "Chairof

there are sufficient supplies in the while Canada furnishes about SO man, Anne Rheney, Mary Catherine P J. Franklin, owner of Frank Democracy," November 10-12,
United Kingdom. Licenses are required per cent. Suber, Ruth Rutland, Jolyne I lin's Grocery, was present as the It was announced by Dr. Ludd M.
to ship fresh fruit to the Gordon Dill, who recently was Mock Margaret Barnes, Barbara Rotary Club's newest member. 'Splvey.
United Kingdom, except In the appointed manager of the Florida Home, Barbara Wskefield, Barbara -
1 case of oranges, grapefruit, limes, City State Farmers' Market also Jean Smith, Katherine Shack
apples, pears and bananas. The said vegetable growers in this vicinity leford, Frances Foster Patty Robinson '
order does require a license, however are facing prospects of a Margaret Bullard Ardel Plumbing Installationsand
for shipment of fruit juices. 'banner" year. He, too, pointedto Parman, Barbara Miller and Sux-__
There Is DO specific mention of the benefits derived from the anne Brown.
RepairsFHA
i canned grapefruit, which comprises war demands. He said the market
, Florida's major export business which will be opened about Useless Detour
i I with Great Britain. the middle of November, will serveas "Did :you visit the the art galleries Modernization LoansNO
! 1,; Florida canners are not p rttcu. an aid to keep prices at a good \ when you wars in Dresden DOWN PAYMENT, UP TO M MONTHS TO PATSPECTER'S
, larly worried about this season's average. Already he has received "We didn't need to. Our daughter
! ftjcposts,aa approximately 1,400,000cases several applications from growersfor paints."-Der .Brummer.

.. of canned citrus already space in the market.
have moved to the United King There will be approximately< and beans this year, it was re
dom. There remain 100,000 cases 5,000 acres of South Dade Farms, ported. The greater portion will IIOaNl BLDG. HOMESTEAD FLA. PHONE 7J,
still to be shipped, to till English Inc. planted in potatoes, tomatoes be in potatoes and tomatoes.

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I HUNDREDS ATTEND MEETING OF DADE HOMESTEAD P. T. A. HOLDS MISS BETTY BOWEN WEDS ROBERT CASSUBE
OPENING MEETING TONIGHT
COUNTY P. T. A. COUNCIL HELD IN REDLANDExtra Superintendent James T. Wilson f IN QUIET CEREMONY HERE LAST SATURDAYMiss .

will be the speaker at the opening -
chain had to be placedin : chosen as Its theme this year,
the auditorium of Redland High 1"Educating for Democracy," bt meeting of the Homestead P. T. A. Betty B. Bowen and Robert Philadelphia. She came to Homestead -
this evening at I o'clock la Neva Cassube were quietly marriedat as a child with her
School to accommodate those who said, and all pastors of the state' mother
attended the 1939-40 opening are being asked to preach sermons King Cooper School.Memben 1:30: o'clock Saturday eveningIn I about 12 years ago. She attended
i meeting of the Dade County Council 'on this theme on Nov. 12. of the faculty will be the parsonage of the Homestead Homestead High School and the
Introduced by Principal B. M. Methodist Church by the Rev. J. La France School
Beauty
la Miami.
held
and Teacher
,of Parent I Principal Carl Wagner of the Hindroan.Mn. .
I J. Richards. Until
there Wednesday and extra tablet Redland school, welcomed the I her marriage she was connected .
i wert placed under trees near the I council, and Mn. C. E. Elchefrbcrter A. F. Arthur, chairman of Miss Mary Williamson Miami I with May Morris Beauty
cafeteria to hold the overflow that president of the RedlandP. the hospitality committee, an- and Bert Nixon of Homestead were ,' Parlor, owned and operated by
could not be seated In the cafeteria T. A., presented Mrs. LeonardB. nounced that punch would be'served the attendants.The her mother.
when luncheon wu served I Raskin, council president, witha at the meeting. She will bride wort a win velvet I Mr. Cassube is the son of Mrs
be assisted. by Mn. M. F. White,
at tile claM of the meeting. cottage of orchid, a gift of the frock made with short puff sleeves Arthur Reichert of Homestead. He
Mn. James Nesbitt Mn. B. E.
Superintendent James T. Wilson bastard group. Council officers and a square neckline. She worea was bolD in Loganaport, Ind., but
d speaker of the day, stressed':and chairmen were platform OatUa and Mn Adrian Jacobs. corsage of gardenias and tube came to Florida with his mother
the Deed of educating children In guesti. ___N,_" __ roses. Miss Williamson wore a and was graduated from the Miami

the principles of democracy. The A quartet of Redland faculty The Calendar navy blue and white dress with High School. He is employed at
Florida Education Association, of members, J. Q. CaldweU, D. R. white accessories. Her corsage Art's Paint Shop.
which Mr Wilson it president, has i Snyder Clarence Gray and LIndley I N M N,M.M"Y"N M I"M____I was of tube roses. The couple are now living lathe
I Stanley sang two numbers, and I Sept. &Meeting of Study Mrs. Cassube, the daughter of Renbar apartmcntta oa First
Miss Jeanettt Cox played a cornet Class with Miss Jennie Lobdell at Mrs Frank Morris, was born in avenue.
I GARDEN :'G'O HOLD 1 solo. :S o'clock.

FIRST The South Dade Garden. I Club I I t. T. Pearson, president of the Sept. J _Homestead P. T. A.I GROUPS START PLAY WEDNESDAY NIGHT I
told of the meeting In Neva King Cooper auditorium l-
Miami Lions Club
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will hold its tint meeting of the I I clothing drive: to bt held Sundayby at 8 o'clock. IN UNIVERSITY CLUB BRIDGE TOURNEY
fall season Monday, Nov. t, at the
i the five Lions clubs of the Oct. 1-Choral Club meeting in -- I
R. Butler the
home of Mrs. Annie 1 I
Homestead High School music The bridge tournament Oct 3 : 1 1Mrs. i
president, Mrs. R. J. Shepherd, 'county and expressed appreciationfor sponsored at Mn. Hauaman's home.
s announced. I the distribution of this clothingby room at 3:30 o'clock. by the University Club will Paul Reynolds will entertain
Each member la asked to bringin I' the P. T. A.Announcement. Oct. 2.-Meeting of Junior begin October 8, Mrs. B. M. Hind- oa the second Wednesday night
an item appropriate for a Garden i was made that Woman's Club. I' man, the president, announces. and Mn. E. B. Blackburn on the t
Oct 2.-Meeting of Homestead The players divided into five i third. are I
I Club program or give a short I Governor Cone has proclaimed the : are Players in the group :
I talk on.some event that would interest month of Oct. 10 to Nov. 10 to be B. P. W. C. groups, and four winners from Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, Mr. I
ther members. official P. T. A. month. associations Oct. Beginning of. tourna- each group will compete for the and Mn. Howard Lamb, Mr. and i
will carry on their membership ment bridge with Dr. and Mrs.: final prize at the grand run-off Mn. Frank Webb, Mr. and Mrs.
drives at that time. Frank Hausman. I' game on Nov. 2 In the Woman's Reynolds, Mr. and Mn. Blackburn, !
NEW CHORAL CLUB OPENS I Announcement was made of the Oct. :I.-Meeting of Redland Club building. Each group will Dr. and Mn. Hausman, Miss Helen
i MEMBERSHIP ROSTERA I council president's tea at Earling- Neighborhood Circle. play at three different times. Bixler and the Misses Elinor and !
Choral Club was organized at Oct 3.-Meeting of general "W.
ton Heights school on Oct 17 from The money raised by this tour Emily Payne. I
the Homestead High School music I
M. S.Oct.
Mrs. W. I' to S o'clock: and all were Invited I nament will be used as a achoJ.rmlp : Mrs. E. J Elliott is chairman of I
afternoon
room Monday ,,>I 4.-Tournament bridge with
to attend. fund for some girl in this the afternoon group that will begin I
B. Mille was elected director, "1'&'
Mr. and Mn. W. R Bird.
The next meeting it was announced .
Julian H. Webster, pianist and community.At playing on Friday, Oct 6. at the
Oct. American Auxiliary
Mrs. Howard Johnson secretary. win Wet Citrus Grove Legion the final playoff on Nov. 2, home of Mrs. Russell Anderson at
ff,school oa Oct.4i meeting. Others are invited to play but they 2 o'clock, with Mn. Elliott a*
The club will meet every first I i Small fang made by the art and Oct. I-Meeting of W. II. U. will not be in the final tournament hostess. Mrs. A. A. Payne will be
and third Monday la the Homestead 1 1I I manual tsitMhg "department of circles. hostess on the second Friday *tt.rr j
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High, School musk atS Oct. 5.-Work meeting of Homestead -
room the Redland4 001 allwho
I were given The following lists are not com- noon, and Mrs.: Ceo D. Ruehlt
I :SO o'clock for chorus: study and attended Home Demonstration Clubat hostess
plete and anyone wishing to enterIs will be on the last Friday
practice.All Neva King Cooper School. asked to get in touch with Mrs.' afternoon at the home of Mrs.
persons Interested la choral: MISS BU'i1i: LOIS MATHIS Oct. {.-Meeting of Presbyterian rllndman, president, or one of the Hindman. Players are: Mrs. R.
work art urged to attend the meet- HONORED AT WIENER ROAST Auxiliary with Mn Geo. M. Frick. chairmen.Mrs. H. Done, Mrs. H. K Foulk, Mrs.
Ings. Membership Js not restricted: Mr. and Mrs. C T. Anderson Oct. 6.--Ladies' Night of Men's Frank Hauaman chairmanof Gordon Ivey, .M.... H. C Nichols, I
to the members of the Monday entertained at a wiener roast at Club of Presbyterian Church at a group which will play for three Mn. I, D. Perkins, Mn. Claude .
Music Club, although organizationof their home In Naranja Tuesday home of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Arthur. consecutive Wednesdays, starting (Continued on Page Nine) I I1'1t1
the singing club was sponsoredby evening In honor of Miss Blrtie Oct. Tournament bridge with
members of the music club. Lois Mathls who left yesterday to Mn. Russell Anderson at 2 o'clock.
About fifteen wert present at enter the Saint Vincent: hospital with Mn. R. J. Elliott as hostess DItUO SToi. j ,
the meeting Monday.C. Jacksonville for a training course. Oct (.-Meeting of Episcopal
Auxiliary with Mn. J. E. Gauzens.
Various I
games wert enjoyed
A. WILLlAONORlD after supper. Oct. 8,.-Tournanunt bridge with
AT BIRTHDAY DINNERMrs. I Those presents besides the hosts Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson. I DIXIE DRUGJACK

C. A. Williams entertainedat and guest of honor were: Mr. and Oct. .-First fall meeting of I
dinner In honor of her husband Mrs Robert Lance Mr. and Mrs.Ralph Monday Music Club with Mrs. POLKHomestead HOWARD JOHNSON
on his 77th birthday anniversaryat Mathis. Mr and Mn. Jesse Bevo Webb at 3:30 o'clock. i
Fla. Phones it and 1101Compare
their home at Modello. Underwood, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Oct Tournament bridge:
Covers were laid for: Mr. and Underwood, Misses Esther and with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reynolds
Mrs. L. D. Magruder of Coral Naomi Horne, Miss Josephine Oct. 10.-Meeting of generalW. j
Gables, Mr. and Mn. Roger Williams Cash, Miss Evelyn Chambers, M. U. I I
of Miami )dl'. and Mrs. L. Misses Anna Lou and Thelma Oct. 11. Meeting! of Homestead 1 I
D. Wyman, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Johns, Mist Thelma Watson, Miss P. T A. executve: committee in with l.a5 value
Pickering, Mr. and Mrs J. P. Dye, Eleanor Murray, Miss Marie clinic room at 3 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. John Williams. Mr. Misses Grace and Ruth Oct. 11.-Dinner meeting of Uni-; OLD COLONY
and Mrs. Casper Williams Mr. and Watson, Misses Joyce and Claudine versity Club at Green Lantern: i
Mrs. Dan Williams, Mrs. Margaret Hilliard, Mind Gladys Underwood, Oct. 11 Tournament bridge ALARM CLOCK 9 4
Daniels, Miss Betty Williams of Mist Ruth Peterson, Miss Ethel with Mr. and Mn. W. M. Flfleld.
Miami Mini Barbara Williams, Andenon, Tom Catoe, Bud Mathls Oct. 13.-Tournament-'bridge Keeps time accnrstily. 6 5
Leonora, Webster and Charles Curtis Andedson Joe Benson, with Mrs.: A. A. Payne.
Williams, and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Susie Mat Underwood and Julia Oct. Tournament brldgt Noisy alarm. Top turn-off. 98C
Williams. Mathls with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Polk. Attractive. It's a buy at
Oct. 17.-Tournament bridge assns nODUC
. . . . this price Bay arse today.MINERAL
. . with Mr and Mn. E B. Blackburn. LImited Quantity
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The New 19| brush foe bet- rodeos rarer.
DM em "> awe vfti fax* i tar clsaaiog. .L.. ed" I
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EPISCOPAL CHURCH HAS.. GROUPS START PLAY WEDNESDAY NIGHT
: BENEFIT CARD PARTY I
IN UNIVERSITY BRIDGE TOURNEY
CLUB
Mrs. J. H. Hammett, Mrs. R. R. I

: :1' Social Events I KInard and Frank Belts were high -
score" winner at the benefit card (Continued from Page Eight:' ) I field Mr. and Mn. C H. Steffani.:

party of the Episcopal Church held Campbell. Mrs Russell Horn, Mr. and Mr*. Ceo. U. Trick, Mr.

In the Hospitality House on Thursday Mrs. T. J. Faust Mn. Maud Webb, and Mrs. J. R. Brooks Mr. and

of last week. Mrs C- Haler, Mn. A. M. Login, Mn. N. D. L. Mrs Julian H. Webster, Mr. and

HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUBS ELECT Rice won the cut prise and low Swan, Mr* Win. Smythe Mn. Mrs C. J. Parman, Mr. and Mr*.

PLAN COMING prize. Carl Schmidt, Mr Vane Harris, Hlndman, Mr. and Mn. Polk Mr.
OFFICERS AND YEAR'S WORK Mrs. Ceo. NT. Wakefield won a Mn. Libby TherklMson. Mn. J. T. and Mn. Johnson, Mrs. J. A. Pol-

-- Dutch auction on-a corsage of orchid B. McElroy Mn. Alva Lee Mn. lard Mn. A. W. HutlOl nson. Mid

Mr*. W. W. Bethea was reelected 1 demonstration agent, gave a short *. Claude Allen, UK* Anderson, Mn. Ellen Huff and Mia Katherine
president of the Homestead talk on what home demonstrationwill Auction and contract bridge,: Payne Mrs. Ruehle and Mrs. Davl
Home Demonstration Club at the do for the coming year Reports rummy and Chinese checken were Elliott The following members of the

tint fall meeting of the year on from various chairmen were played. Mrs. W. R. Bird Is chairman of : University Club will act a* hostesses I
Thursday of last week In the Neva given on work accomplished during Mrs W. R. Bird and Miss Bertha a group that will play contract andduplicate I on the final play-off on

King Cooper School. Mn. Fred the past year.A Will Hauiman had charge of the contract They will playon I Nov. I: Mn. Ben Archer, Mrs.

Saber wa re-elected vicepresident work meeting will be held on table and tallies Mrs. Frank Wednesday evenings beginningOct. a O. Dye, Mrs. Richard Huff Mrs.

Mrs. frank Schneider was Oct. S to make picture frames. Bailsman had charge ot the decorations 4. Mn Bird will be the tint James Bird, Mr Julian H. Webster -

elected secretary Mn. A.D. Smith. Mrs. J. D Wyaong was elected hostess Mn. W. M. Fifleld the Mrs. L. L Hood Mn. Rudloph
.
treaau ,.alld.Mra. R. A. Wittenwylcr president of the Redland Home Mn. J. E. Gauzen and Mrs. J. second and Mb Bertha NiU Haw-. Mattson, Mrs. Theo Moore. Mist

council representative. ;: Demonstration Club at a meeting A. Hook had charge (/f the re.Ireahments. man, the third. Player in dupli- Helen BUler. Mill Eleanor Payne

Mlu Eunice Grady, county home Friday in the Redland Community !I cate contract *iw: Mir and Mn. Miss Katherine Davis, Mia Margaret

Church. Mrs. Seymour Dane wu ,Those present were: Mr. and Henry Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Ames, Mia Emily Jones,

KM. BESSIE PRITCHETT elected vice-president, loin.'A: W. Mrs. Tom Llndsey the Rev. and Frank Belts, Mr. and Mn. Stanley: Mia Jewel Turner.
WEDS E. A. WARREN January secretary, Mn J. A. Mr*. R. r. Blackford Mr. and Mn. Wittkop. Mr. and Mn. R. R. Kin-

..Mn. Bessie Pritchett and E. A. Rotherham, treasurer and Mn. tt J. T. Hall Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bird. ard, Mn. M. F. White. DougUs I INO
J. Mr.: and Mrs. Ceo N. WakeOeld. Tower and Allen NeaL
statistical *
Warren were married in the officeof Armstrong, l'ei.aIy.1
19y.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.
Mr Mr. and Mr*. Ceo. M. Flick Mr. Players contract will be: Mr.
County Judge W. F. Blanton In January was chairman of the '
the Dade County court house nominating committee. and Mrs. Lee' R: Lehman; Mr. and and Mn. Joe Hall, Mr. and Mri.
Mrs., Henry Johnson, Mr. and Adrian Jacob, Mrs. Preston Bird,
Wednesday. Miss
Gndy talked on the work Mrs. B. M. Hindman Mn. T. E. ..
,
Mrs. Warren a daughter of Mr. for the coming year. Sr., Mr*. E. A. Aim, Mrs. Scholtx, .
Evans, Mn. A. E. Easton Mn. G. O
Mr Frank Morris Mrs. J. L.
and Mn. F. S. RIckard, wore a Those present were: Mn. W. ,
R. Oldendorf, Mn. A. Halting,'
b blue crepe.ensemble with a tucked D. Mahan, Mn. A. Roberts, Mrs. Scarborough and Miss Haufman.Mr .
I Mrs. Herman Schlegel, Mn. Ruth
i, Jacket and white accessories. Her Dane, Mrs. Wysong, Mrs. Bother- : Theo. J. Bleier Is chairmanof EXPERTBARBERING
Scott, Mn. L. A. Fennell Mr*. P.
i. corsage wa of sweetheart roses. i iI ham and Miss Eva Rotherham the fourth group. The exact
B. Bird, Sr., Mn, J. T. McEl
I John Rickard, brother of the : i date has not been Mt but they .
roy, Miss Eleanor Miss will begin playing next week.
bride, witnessed the
ceremony. DR. J. E. JOHNSTONE SPEAKS
Helen Daniels, Miss Katherine
Mn Warren was born in Tui- Mn. Bleier will be the tint hostess.,
; TO WORKERS COUNCIL
Davis, Miss Hall and Fred Lum-
tumble Ala, and atttended the Miss Lola Behrens, the second, and
! Ocala High School She came At the regular monthly covered mus. I Miss Helen Daniels, the third.
to Homestead with her parents dish supper of the Teachen and Player are: Mr. Margaret Becker HAIRCUT ...... 40c ,. '

!! about 12 Officers Worken Council of the MRS. B. IIE.VDRY PRESIDES AT Mr*. Rudolph Malison, MissEle.nor
yean ago. SHAMPOO ...... 40c<
I Mr. Warren a native of North First Baptist Church held Monday REBEKAH DISTRICT MEETINGA Holferty Miss Mabel Williams -
night In the Sunday school buildIng of Re- Miss Betty Bow, Min Beh-
Carolina, Is a graduate of Duke district meeting the MASSAGE 40c
......
the Rev. J. E. John-
I the pastor Miss Daniel
University. Before coming to the bekah Lodge was held Monday reru, and Mn. Bleier.
stone gave a talk on the new year. Mn. Howard Johnson I* chairman -
Redland District five years ago he night in the L O. a F. hall. It
I t was engaged in business In Birmingham How to teach classes was discussed was also a celebration of the Re- of the but group that will

r Ala. He Is bridge foreman by the members bekah-Odd Fellowship. Mn. Bar. play on Friday evtnhig! The playing BUSH'SBARBER
{ Those present were: Mr. and will begin at the Johnson homeon
for the state road department bara Hendry, district deputy president
I Mn. J. Lawrence Scott, Mr. and Oct. 0. Mn Geo. Polk will enter-
I I had charge of the program of
At present the couple I II residing Mr Frank Mcllwaln. Mr. and the district meeting. Mrs. Anna tain on the second evening and
Mn. T. a Plc '. Mrs. Jack Polk Mn Hindman the last
on Playenare
1 on Tennessee road near Hainlln Messersmlth, Mn. E. S. Capllnger
Mn. S. L. West Mrs. Wm. McConnell : Mr. and Mr.Ceo. N. Wake-
drive. and Mn R. O. Moon had charge of SHOP
Mn. A. E. Paul, Mn. Fred -
the entertainment.
jl : Redd Mn. O. A. West Mn. J. R. -I pgRrGLASSES
Plans weremade to attend the
MRS. A. F. ARTHUR PRESENTS
Byrum, Mn. Bert Andrew, Mn.
friendship meeting at Coral Re-
PROGRAM AT MEETING J. R. Dorsey, Mn. J. Tom Vann bekah Lodge In Coconut Grove N. KROME AVE.I .
[ Mn. A. F. Arthur presented a Mn. A. D. Smith, Mrs. T. E. Kirby, next Tuesday evening when Mn. T. Keep I
program on, "Suppose Our Church Mn. L. P. Kendrick, Mia Julia Wi der
Blanche Chapman will act as noble
I Stopped Teaching," at the meetingof Sullivan, Miss Teresa Redd, Mils
the grand and Mn. Harry D. Wolfe. as Awake 'I ................... ................OAA
Presbyterian Auxiliary on Nellie Mae Martin, Miss Virginia conductress I

". Thursday of last week at the home I Dorsey Misses Alta and Ellen Homestead members- pre.e n t I :
of Mn. R. Y. Burr. Vann, Miss Evelyn Swllley, Miss Monday were: Dr. Irene Shank- Be sure that your eyes are "I
Mrs. Whit Cook of Miami Lucille Barnes D. R. T D. brake have them,
district : Snyder, lib, Mn O. C. Radford, Mn. Car- good as your *- ,
chairman, wa a special guest Shackteford. J. Q. Caldwell William rie McCullough, Mrs. W. D. Manan, tested at least once each year I

and gave a short talk. Mn Paul McMIchael and the pastor. Mn. Molll Wingato, Mrs. R. W
Haley, president, talked on loyalty. Mullins, Mrs. Messenmith. Mn.Capllnger Bre tnlMM sad fttitM Jv* U eye DR. R P. ARCHER
Mr R. E. (train Mil be MMlM4. Glen... I
Trotter Mn. J. W. Ir- STUDY BOOK SELECTED Mn. Moon, Mn. Chap- taw lelped th.e..ads lisp aUrt AND SON
win and Mn. Geo. L. Rick also
BY JENNIE LOBDELL CIRCLE man and Mn. Wolfe. Consulting Optometrist
gave talk on the program. The book "Achieving a Chris- Stcbbins
Dr. B. F.
I Others present were: Mr J. E. I tian Home" will be studied for SORORITY HOLDS FIRST 18 Z4 W. Flatter Si.. MiamI Fla.

McClung Mn. Geo. M. Frick, I the coming :year It was decided at MEETING OF NEW YEAR I Dr. L. W. Stebbins m yes G.. ......i..ppanMd 0.......
Mrs. W. C. Degleman. Mn. Nettie' _
Wall, Mrs. J. R Hlckson, Mn. Carl' a meeting *f the Jennie Lobdell The Kappl Phi Delta Sorority I in5 W. Flatter St. Miami I Dtru.oee ai The Arka. I..UII.te
F. Robinson, Mn C. Ben Plum- ;I Circle of the W. M. S. of the Home- held Its tint meeting of the yearMonday Phone t-1311 ...... far opu.a..
rtead Methodist Church Monday
night at the home of Miss I
mer, Mrs. D. H. Robinson, Mrs. D. night -at the home of Mn. A. M.Logan. .. Mary Grace English. .
P. DeYoung; Mrs T. A. Hodges I
New pledges and rush partiesfor
Mr*. J. M. Holferty and Mrs. B. E'I T BjCrantham .
.I Mrs B. M. Hlndman, Mrs. them were planned. Prospective 1
Simmons. of Miami. .
and Mn. Paul Reynolds -
objective for the coming DR.M.A.BERGERDentist
:I year DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST
Mn. Frick will be hostess at the were appointed a committee
and the forthcoming election of
:
next meeting on Oct. 5,
to nominate officers for the forthcoming officers were discussed.

I annual election. Those present were: Min Betty
MISS LUCILLE BARNARD Those were: Mn. Bruce ;
present
Brown, Miss Nina Dyal, Miss Jamie Office :Hour S a. m. to I F as
MARRIES WILBUR REED I I Ennis, Mn. Jason Avery, Mrs. R. Richards, Miss Claudia Connor
Mrs. H. L. Barnard of Princeton j'I J. Elliott, Mr. J. M. bitter Mr*. Miss Barbara Done Miss Mary I Office Hours 8:30-4:31) Sunday 11* II

is announcing the marriage of her I J. J Richards, Mrs. Grantham, Frances Arthur and Miss English. Closed Saturday

daughter, Lucille, to Wilbur Reed Mrs. Hlndman, Mia Lobdell and. First National Bank
on June 3, last The wedding, !I the hostess, ,Mrs. Logan.EXPERT Free Parking Space

Which was a surprise to friends G. 0. Brewster, M. D. Building KM If. W. S6TII ST. MIAMI
took place In FortLauderdato with i I mufti t-sui;

Judge Boyd Anderson RADIOREPAIRING Eye Ear. Nose and Throat Open.: Evelines ky Appointment

the ceremony.; '. performin'l Treatment
Mn. Reed I* a native I

%- She wa !' \ Glasses Fitted

Redland ]High Schooland ,1 II a Prompt service on.all I Offtai kMn t to 11 M* WM
graduate purse. She received..hernurse's makes Ar.NtaM
specializing on
training at Jackson Memo-
rial hospital. automobile' radios .0'". wnuf Seem A... *Wtt.
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Mr. I oral
Reed a son of Mn. Agnes

Heed of Homestead, attended the L c. Dodd' "........., rheidenew.
Redland tchools. la
He employedat via .n
Brooker Lumber Co, newer Bldg.

The couple will live on S. W. Homestead Florida I I

First street If


WALTER BRANNEN NEW HO"- '. Owed '. f Dr.. R. Elliott

PRESIDENT OF HIGH LEAGUE: Barber Shop CHIROPRACTORBonaoBUc. G. R. OLDENDORF & CO.
Brannen -
Walter wa elected -<

president of the High League of tlesac*****
the Homestead Methodist Church De L BOWEN

Sunday night In the Sunday: school
IMd1dln,. Fay-Pierce wit elected PLUMBING SUPPLIES"We
vice-president; Harry: Bowen, HAIRCUT ... Dr Leonard W a Jda' ,i

treasurer; Mary Ellen Bearing, 8HAMPOO lie .......... III fits" tsamwa.t.ee
MASSAGE: Me I Ia era a" aamNewe ofI
and
procram'chairman Dorothy
; meet mail order house prices"
I
Lyle, _1Itonat'dlalrrnaft.I COOL AND SANITARY GLASSES

The, next party will be a Hallowe'en Expert JU s*.rt.SB* aervtN I III X. M. Ft ea St. ME.," rifc ', 25 Flackf Street 11ostc.tead.laid.
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party;. Mn.'B.M. Htedman, = A
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BAPTIST CHURCHIiOMUTSADDr. METHODIST CORAL, GABLES FLA. I

I. B. Jaknatooa OMKBTIAD-Tka Ba*. i. i. RloUrdapnalor. & W. S7TII AVE. Term. $3X) canh, baknu* 1. I
no* Bandar FOR RENT
f arty r sosb.A atO a. &:'lT nroanklni at 11 aaboo.. ok M and ti4t,.10% m.; JUST OFF TRAIL and 3 ,eara. Interest 1%. P.

hag a. s t U. Jonlor Laoma >t SiM *. fa.; HI rjaanitaat PublicIce O Box 732.: Homestead, Fla.
aid,N s6 a Para aaviea Weda.Yrat ':10 n. m i seder. Loan at t.10 .. .T FOR RENT-Two rooms modern
It" P. a.00ULDSTbe. ...... noatln* at TiM n. aL WadiaVlay.aoSI convenience S. W. 5th steret

..... Nash PWraay pY.tor. *". 'UII-TM Roe. '. **"_. Skating Daily Mr Charlotte Goff. ($-o20) LOST
Baader" "bad at t a. pnaobtaa ,. Iu", s.bd veep seedy .t
Nil a. a. sad let .. :..; ::t. P.U. att II .. a.t pngeMla a.r.kfa an II.... third 1:1... p. n.; 1.10:1. 9. m.We FOR RNT-15 acres of high LOST-Ax and hand saw in vicinity
pine
:M... .. Paster Survive at-1.10 p. W.'edaada1. sad fifth Snndannt tI .. ..aadlll a. ni. % Sat. and Sun.! Mornlngi
; plowed land. Mrs. Chat. Camp. of Krome and Campbell.

PRINCETONTba Km f. I. W.lUr. 9.11:39 (d2-o8) Adam J. Ennis, near Seaboard
CATHOLIC Factor: Preaching .b e a auady: ADMISSION station (ps22-29)
about at It.PIARIDA.
Ik
Children FOR RENT-Furnished nous*

CBCRCR or !'BIIACBIID HEART CITY COMMUNITY CHCKCHTka Morning and Afternoai) Apply at Dr. M. A. Berger residence -
B. L lamed ....... Hamestadl the Flow.yams. In. a 0. II...... _..... Cburebached Adults lie Spectators. l" Tenth and K&mt IMISCELLANIEOUS
o Poseur. 'u at at 10 .. ave.
::; r'I a. traarhint at tile n. ....
0 a. a! day mesa at Midweek Proven end bible at.aaly 11'''_ SKATES RENTED (s22tf) SEE AND BUY at anankint Variety -
anday ached lunday following 0 Watchman day at T.10.
U Teach Tea
Communities for womtn the time Instruction Grove West Florida aty.
unilay, of raontkl for n..n and boys, thaMooadlulidnynf REMAND FOR RENT-Furnished apart (aTtf)
nontk. Holy hour Tknv COMMUNITY CHllRrHTha ment,, all electric, clean cool
Bn. C. 0. )101_. pulse, Cburrbschool ,
.blot flat mdty .. nontk nt f US
day flat Friday nt t:III a. m. at 10: araachln at 111 tvwortk Bedroom living room dinette RENT YOUR HOUSE-furnished

EoMdlctxM ill tka Bleed Baornnant afar Uacua bible study at Thunder.leo. oHdwwk at t ISO. crwara and LEGAL NOTICESCALL bath; daybed In living room. unfurnished.. I have year

Plenty of closet space. Reason 'round clients Benjamin W.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH able rent Eva Collins Biscayne Morris, registered real estate
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH
I FOB BIDS drive and Federal Highway. broker N. Krome ave., next to

FLORIDA Cmr-Brandwny and sixth 11-.01l1l.T..D-K.T'". Bn. 0R.auction. Rkbw..b N._1m_., ....... bids will .. add b, tha City Baptist Church (JII I Itt)
nlratt. Sunday school at |4S .. nv for bible ached at II a, a. Preaching at It Council of Ika ClIP of Muo>a.Mod. Fkwl .. GOOD cool roomy apt. for rent
pan evader 10 Plan of arm: Owning a, _10'. I at the City Hall at 1* o'clock .. m. EST.
voting away st M Private
....1./ at It o'clock. 11'........., onnlniaonkM P. a lIo.d. October U. IN..d pnhllrli I bath, reasonable rate. WANTED
wkkk Include tnHlmoalala of ......1 ....... and .wad for turntables all Mttarl.1nrtlnf Ask at Western Union. (mUtt)
tog and oiporionooi and mnorln on Ctoria.tlan and ,labor ud _'" certain IM. TUTORING WANTED hiD
del mw. I n, M. The sable la awtiUr 1 1,900 Students Enrolled PMOVKMKNTd TO ELUCTRIC LIGHT r-
PLANT AS ITEMIZED IN I school and grade school subjects.Mrs. .
/ Invited to steal.CHURCH I AND WATER FOR SALEFOR
At College for Women BKPABATI CON.
THE P'Ou.oWINU
OF CaI&lOMMTBAD TRACTS H J. Armstrong A. B..

-riral *wii.. and N. W Confirmed A. "' b.lld I SALE-1937 English Austin Plummer drive and Country
Fifth atraot. Bible study at U a. m.. aom.Kinnlon. .I Tallahassee Sept 28.-Approxl- f: sad-d'r.-::: l automobile Club road.
; new paint; new top;
and and .
fellowship really ntIk Conrad Dtaaol onilna nmrauir.nprmalmala
.. mately 1,900 students now are enrolled ratln UK It W. good tires; $225. Fred Mowry,'
a.
C Resolve and addition topnoont Btolimnt of tea Owaorahla, "........,
I for the 1939-40 term at Contract ...1........... tad 610 S. W. First avenue. (ps29) I ('\ft........ aaa.. Required ar the Art atConroM

CHURCH OF GOD' Florida State College for Women ....._no._. W yeast ". 1011 std MarrkI.
TREES-Robert Nurseries Epmore 1111.
tha anaaUM tin
I Any bid roerrMd offer
N. W. P7rt Of the Lemasr auhll.hMWMklr
HOMESTIiD nnnnaltho -EstsrprIs..
which Is Its .
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experiencing greatest and date will not ka aomMorod.Each drive Early and late
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Mr. 0Q. (Conlln Sundararkool at lfom.otaad. I Ml.tata .
nt Sl4l a. m.I nranohlnr at U n. mi winter school registration In his rhook hid cwt kid k*bond aoeonpnnlod In the' amount by a aar"tItl.d af orange Oneco tangerine, grapefruit at Florida ,....11eed
or
and 1141 .. a.t junior Y. P.at 7: .hlld...'. that tho Bidder 110'_ aaa a salary public la avid for
stealer nt 1 In namonaao. Prayer aaaat tory. The number Includes a 6% of If the awarded bid aa a_nnaraotoa...... will within Un- lime, lemon and kumquat I tho atau and counts afar "1. Personally
.M. S *. .. Wednesday.CHURCH record size freshman class of ap- connotative, daya n afar wrrtw notlc koined Large stock excellent Quality appeared Boa A....... who, k..lav boon

prcQclmately '00. Classes began of cork award color Into a wrltUnoontmat both budded and unbudded :: aware a' -I.' to law, < axis
NAZARENE I'U
OF THE : with the City of H__. Ftor. 1 that ka. la .. of the djaador.EaMrarkw
September 18. trees. and that tho following let W
with ooroptod kid. nad (ps23-ol
.01RlJ'l'.D- .... .. I. Pmi.e. turtab a Craaatnet Safety Bond natlafnc.tory I the bat at kh knowledge and MM. a Into
.sad.eked at 9.a .. .: The state college began its new M the City Council la flux amount of ..._..t .. tho -'>.... iajaa.nnnt.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS
preaebag te 11 t. M red TN R a.1.M. record year at the same time It put too% of tho oootroot prico.If for home eta. of the aforaaaM publication ton the
T. P. S sad Junior martins at SiMn. Into service two of four new buildings oantrnot are awarded payraonU wlUka cooked foods-cakes,plea, salads, door down Ir the nhoro aapUoo" roiulrodkr
Proper totaling Wednesday evening man* .. _it. BIdders or barony ...!- slaw. etc. at Hospitality House the Act of Aucuat 14, lilt an amoododbr
ONa* .!. costing nearly a million dol Had that at this writing the pathos kaa ,- the Act of bank I. IMI embodied Unoctlon
lars. Now In out base financed 1M Negotiations 6-twom IT W. Mowry street Ml. Pasta Laws M lunmlnUonn.vrintod .
.1NC&TOIC-fto .... t J. Cowon use are a new eSormJ-1' the City sad iwdlas .gees/o am t. on tho rovoraa side ot title awe.M1kThus .
..... wheat .t. ,.( about
.t aaMr. I something tory costing $ WON
FOR SALE
at letn .. and TiM s. .. Junior ... bidder MW withdraw his tM for n Tropical plants cit flan n.atoi nnd addresses of the
_... at 1110 I rtmne Io'. seals.at named the Cary D. Landla hall j parted of .0 oMar-nha data rus tree and tropical fruit laaeaso 1>nbllahar. .dicer.. naontlnnj ...,W. mad
0.... Pryer wanted; Wednesday at out of respect for the late attorneygeneral I art for tile p..ati. oo1. boilnoM oianaaora ant
h. ,. .. All work bell be does la MnordannawHth *. Jungle Grove lUdlaad Pnbltehor Bon -.. HorMatoaJ. Ma.BdlloA .
; a new Infirmary costing plow and Contract Dnanmanla ktloo Toad and Plummetdrive.. Sea Arohor Homoitrad, rin.
EPISCOPAL 122500. In process of completion thence which I.r. ka examined Intho Business Manaann. lion Amber, Mar-
versa of the .. after orntom- torn L. Amber Nominated ria.S. .
i .T. JOHN'S-S. E. around anna and are a new dining hall estimated bar Id. Hit and such Plan.. ContractDoaoaeaa 10 ACRES GLADE LAND FOR That the owner k: >H owned kr a
fmrOt struck Homaatoad| tt* B... R. r.Bloekl. to cost $241,741; and a stu .d. Bidding, Voma mar baaacorad SALE-Tracts 17 and 18 Block corporation Its items and atldnaa male haatatad
..... rartor. Holy aomnnnlon at dent-alumnae from offlna or dopoaltlnti sad aba .._ .. Irwroundar thaoaaat
,lie a. ni.| Sunday aekool at .,10; nwrnIns building, costing approximately 110 00 for oaeh ort which will be nf nndnlto 2. 1S-57-J9. This land Is on the and addresses of stockholders own.In .
prayai al 11.FREE $190,000. All are being bona fide bidden noon vaccine of bid north side, of Mowry street just *or holding one ar fast or Mora af total
built through PWA WPA I non-biddara will ba refunded Mot upon ,'.mile I amount of ....... It not owned hr a nororation .
METHODIST or aura verb ant In wood condition withinan beyond the road. Price tka n.mM sad addresses ot the
projects.He (10) dam after Ortobar It. IMt.Tha Is $7) per acre. Land close by individual awnora aunt bo llvon. II awn.

FLORIDA Crrr-Thl Rv Watery 0. any City of Council all bids raaanoa to wain the lnfc.rm.llhn right torojort Is priced at $100 per acre. Taxesare ad br a firm, oompanr, or ether ttnlneor/
Punted _.. Ma sod oddmot,
Smoal paator Sunday school t saves oa
I and 7i0 p. Is. wady is richest who is content altlnff In of any the hid.work.and to adtanlaa the paid and have good title. wall aa Iho*. of oath Individual wmboamu

nrarar nMotln nt 7tW p.-B.:.- with the least, for content la the Doled B.p R. K..I.IM kDWARDI. ClIP Clerk none or APPLICATION FOR I loath t ba irlvan Dada )PublMiInt. Co. Hmnaalond.Pin .

wealth of nature.-Socrates. ''Iopl. It a2. 10. 1969)I TAX DEED. File No. HIM I : ...n Archer, Manor Leash Arrhar.U. .
Notion 11 hereby glee that James MoKnMtan. L. Archer, W. D Horn. W. D. Horny
Keep Your Face I holder .. aaaicnar of City of Co., Miami Lumbar Co.. _..... ria.
Miami Ta< UartlrlMta. Numbered ...., Mary A. Archer, Emrraon Amber, k>r
I dated the Ird day uf June. A. D. IMI. haa Woes rin. Mlnnla iMok. Florida Clti
Looking And lied paid CartUlraU In ail offloa, and haaatada ria.; C. A. Rain*. Sanford ria I T i.Prton. :
Feeling application for Ux deed to 'loam Miami ria : J. H. ..'....... Phoanli.
1939 New CropTOMATO tharoon la actordanaa with law Bald Aria.I 1. K. MncDonald. Orlando, "...
Fit With This I OrtlTlcata embraces the following dramd .. I. Thai th* known .....dhol....*. moritnamo. ..
NewTOWPR1CK urnportr. altuatad In Dada Coiinlr, Flow. and otherurity Volilnn ownlncar -
Ma, to-wltl ; holdlna I oar emit or man of total
SEEDCLICK'S Lot T, Hlk. S. floral Park First Amend amount of bonds, morumaa., or other >reurrUaa '
ad. Plat Bonk I. Pan S. In the city of 1, am III than are now. pa atate.)
I j": County of Dada, BUM of Florid. 1 rint rrdoral Revlon' and Loan Aaancla
The nMa.maat of said nropartr under flux nf HiMMwIaad A *, acamorhar, UE. .
lha sold OartUlcata Issued waa in the same McKlramnr.
of Unknown. Union aald Certificate shell 4. That the two paraaruiha awe above,
bo -... warding ta taw, taa dead giving the views of the ewes, Mockholder. -
wfit issue thrraon on |... Hth dar of 0. ., sad aaaurltr ....Ido... It any oon.
lobe,, A. D. 1939. I lots not only tka list of atotikaMon and
i Dad the ,Otis W d lepaabst. I. D.I maturity bobbins aa ....... appo.r swan the
I Grothen Globe Ilea d the company but also, a main
I B. R. LEATHKRMAN. where the Mo.bolder. ar security haldVraoaoara
i Clark of Circuit Court. upon tho book af the aompnnr aabuatoo
llarglobeImproved I Dale County, Florida, ar ta oar other fiduciary rotation
iClnsi Court Inal
) tho on_ of the Daiwa or aorooratlottj for
Br N. 0.0 BTERRnt, D. 0. 1 ..it 10 ...u... II 61"4, awe
Rutgers t ISopt. 2t. II: 4. 4, II. 10. IMtlNOTICE anal,
that the mid two arwnphe
statements embracing nlTlint'a full knowtodto .
OP APPLICATION FOR TARDEED.fleeter
Special Stock Buist Globe I tun-A af ININatlro I and bleat *a to the lrcumalannni andaandlUun
la ''. that John t andor wklrk stockholders aad
At / Price I II I Oman, holder of BL lime Tat CertificateNo. wsr/tr hold., who do set &some upon
issued the hh dar nf Awrnat, the books of the amapany oa tructooa, hJdilork
I A. Dlm,. boo filed aama In mr ffkm. and aaoorltloa lo a caaoclly ether
FERRY-MORSE and haa mada apvltantlon for a laa Wd taho than that eats bans fid ownrri and this
i booed tharoMi. Bald CortUlcato am.bracoa .If..., bee no ria.on t* kalrn that any
the followln doxrlbod proprrtr la other person aoMMtalloo, or oarporntlo
Grothen Globe the County of Dado, sale of riorlda kaa any Interest direct or I."' ..... I. the
to-wltl said stab konda. at athnr aaturltloa them
Lot SI. Blnnk I. Swan .. .. DO stated by bla,
RQ, eMXa., Plat Book II, naia, IT, ': "cub..1.I. : BEN ARCHER. PublhkorSwora .
31arglobeRutgers Dada state at Flared.TM .. | t* and auhcerlnod blown 01* IMjlOlh
aaaammant of mid aropart* nndatl day of Boptonorr.
the aald ....11100.. bound was in tfca MM NEWT. 0. .L.It.: ." Puktla.My .
,of I Unknown. I IUnlaaa ( commission. seeing Jao. II II4II
mid oortIfl..IuIII be rodnamad!
Pritchard's Scarlet TopperKILI.E'S aewrdlnr to law. the Bropartj _bad
ebbs will ha add to the highest kbMorlat
the Court How doors tha that M_ Turner's Funeral Bone
dar In the month of Notonbar. tall which
la the at* dar af Norombrr. IMS.Data .
Skis Both dar i4i;;;;;;.... IIM., t4.HI AMBULANCE SERVICE
blade users I E. R. LBATHLRMAN
.JJ Clark of Circuit Court Lady Attendant
everywhere art
switching Grothen GlobeLIVINGSTON'S Dado Cooatr Florldo.CIml .
to the new Thin Gillette. Andno i ( Court Brail I IBr Phone &8.1Hom..te,4. ria.
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th* eerie br dtfeetln Ferrule
LOCAL F. F. A. |flit! & Friday night The two team \

[ ,.d from the last half of the :.
UNIT ARRANGES fFORFMDDAYj f\I\season's play with tevet win and =
I !five losses. In the playoff of this 5:
are Brooker took Frrriivi 4 to t.Perrin. e

i !I; made Its lone score in
> [the first inning when E. Campbell == ,
Homestead Cbapter ftttur* catcher crossed borne plate ==
Farmers of America, .will start III ]Brooker took one fn the second == ,.aiM J M
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im-KM activities tomorrow with f two |a the fifth and one In the ul-I E
uWltrlct field day and tournament sixth.I :IS
to be held on the athletic t S The UK had more of the earmarks ,
field of the Homestead High of a -pitcher. battle. Dm.*, =J
School I 11 hurling for Perrine, fanned tour ::..
Approximately 125 member of and walked two. while H. Thomas 1 41Del
Browud County, Miami, John J I 1 Brooker deliverer, struck out seven 5!
Butts Redland and Homestead I and walked five 51
MedalFLOUR BrandMILK
Monte Gold Any
chapters will participate In trwj i Each; team made seven base hits
event I 11 I and none o/ the swats carried the 5 Vacuum PackCOFFEE
The program will Include high swatter farther than first PerI = I
jump broad jump, 00-yird dash, I 11 tine made four errors and Brooker I
100-yard dash. paM football, kick 1 two. 5 lb. bag ..............._ 25c

football, baseball throw ahot put,{' The scores: 10 lb. bag ...............45c 3 tall
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seek three-Ieued race,I Ii. lb cans1C
. het'c:, lay off rows with I WIDNtSDAT KWIT '''1'. IT _ n ua4c 20 lb.' bag ................ 79c
i. SECOND GAME OT lUlU ==
hand plows, potting cutting splitting -!
I. wood block, volley bill WI.tJ&op.,Brooker. lit ._...._.UanPOA. I 1c s === County Kist Dillon'sPeanut
touch football, croquet horseshoe _... lit ., .... ... 1 =
pitching, greasy pole climbing .Sh.. sal.E ...___ 'I 1 a .I'. === Butter a21b.
Corn
catching greatly pig table tennis aTh, Sullh.lb e., ...::= : 0/t : & i e w--- Peas or I
and tug of warSNYDER. O.lulll..of, I I I'l' =
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': '. : tNeill 2 cans .. . .- -. -.14JC jar .- . 25c i
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AGAIN ,: ,;;. ::'::::: : r. : 5 .
a ," r'!, r e : : :
arb.ilor.
, .1...... rf t__ I I = Kellore'i Miracle Whip All GoodPeaches m
I BEADS BAPTISTSUNDAYSCHOOL .10..... 1ft _..__ I I I =
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ToUto.B.tte. ..1T I I{ -0 4W Corn Flakes Salad Dressing |
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C SulH.. In ninth.nBuu ...
tar t Sullivan In nlntk =
ass-Bated Horn.MI.UMW. == 2 pkgs.-.13C Quarts ..3ZcSwift' No.2 can 15c j
ft BB PO A I: -
The officers and teachers of the
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Homestead Baptist Sunday school as ,,?...?... 4 SI I I 0 ==:
l lor the 193 -lt4() year were announced I IDa.w.: =.wrSk. : S i I : & sI All-Good H

.\ Ii! fast Sunday morning In I cjiv.:::= ..:-J::: : : I : j : Gables Brand Premium Whole Peeled g
the church D. R. Snyder was reelected 5SS.--...... I I I II i =
superintendent; T. D..I AMhrmi. If':..:.... : I I : : & 5 Tomatoes2No.2cansl3c Tomato Juke ftpricotsFancy
Shsckleford, associate superintendent ,,0. Ctaita*.,: :? 1 0 o ==
:1 ; Dr J. I:. Johnstons, chorii1ter tltltou, r ,--.! .! ais 13
a \ Miss Lucille West pianist; and I[1 Toul._.._..___..... 11 n Is a =_ 2 tall can J:5c: 8
cans .1.5cN.
I Miss Den Vann, secretary | .Ion-
f t I 4/ 1 T I 3
.I the T.Young D. Plche People's'la superintendent and Adult De-1'of Lora.!Brooker..:== : ': : : : : : : :

partment Other teacher and of-1' Two *". ."1% Dial kop, MblNtU G. B. C. Pride
facers hi this department Ire MrJulia (h CMivMI klu.,C Ckuhlra.. eWUv.e.O clMkln. Cloohmri: hams rWft. tkrw :cs Assorted.Sylvan t 01
Polk, Mrs. Catherine Pick- I Clenine r Youaa. Ands.: aI ": == 0 Ilk
ard, Mrt S. L. West, Mrs. W rep i 11-Clonltum,.j" B.to cionhi: R....,..rl"otilii."itai to tbldi ,.here., I. .B.. ==== W
McConnell Mrs. A. K. Paul Dr .. 't H. Th.. = Cookieslb.box.X3c CIAO LARGE
Johnstone and Howard : gg \", :: 4 de' !AS'.r.w.a ==
West .
sec q Fn.b. : Per Box 23c
retary. I Ml. N.Ynn' b/0. oft l18J.rB' size . .

I J Q Cttdwell U superintendentof tj.V;=v'i7ta.,..tit;.r'r art. 1, =

i the Intermediate department I tar: {JJIJW'.rl": ::: .Alta! O'.LtonU. I
Thous
and teachers Mrs Fred .... ; E
are Redd. Mlse sibe.rt! = Farms Fancy York or
RollButter
: Mrs. O A. West Mrs. J. R. By- I =.
a I
rum. Mrs J. R. Rutland Mrs T. I FRIDAY NIGHT. SEPT U Grimes Golden
D. Pich, and J. Lawrence Scott'r Perrino. sb A8 R BH PO A J: = lb. :
Miss Louise Barnes Is the secre B..t'. CimpMI., .;";-= : t J i 1 I 31c APPLES5lbs..17c
: Moopa a -:
+aw : : I I :::::I I
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tary.Mrs.. J. Lawrence Scott to superintendent I LhU.. of .._.___.... 4 I. II a 0rflii == E

of the Junior department I= :::::::: : : t : : : 13 Spring lb.
Teachers are: Mrs. C. O. fe-iK-r.rJ:
: : J
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Robertson, Mrs. T. T. ==
Bowen Mrs. .. ... 4
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:Bert Andrews, Mrs. James o' Lamb Thompson's SeedlessGRAPES H
Leg ZSc
ere, Mrs. Harry Cooper, Miss Rob-I --..._M a u E

Vann :BenJ. W. Morris and -Brwk... AI R DR PO A I = I2lbs.
PuHen. John Kuhn Is secretary.I I Eiurd..t ...::==: Ia t t : : : g
Mrs. J. R. Dorsey If superintendent t H. Thanes TlMnnai,, rf :....:::. : : r f : : Gold Coin SlicedBacon
of the primary departmentMrs. i;E. Salllv.: U 4 i i e 1 0 . ::13 |
J. Tom Vann and Mrs V. M IO..ulu.aa.tn.Y. : u .::::: : : f : 0 0 lb. .
Orennell, Jr., are musicians and ...d. .-=.:::-: : 1 it 0 : 1 25c "" *""" =3
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'William McMichael la I Cam. lit ..... =
secretary 1 1
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x.500 1 0
Teachers are: Mrs. H. J. Davis BLAo ,a.s::::' ..:: i .t I ; 1 1 E Fancy IcebergLElllICf g

Mrs. funk Mcliwain, Mrs. A. D Totali. ._.. .. .i o -, 17 III- Western ChuckBeef
Smith Mrs. T. E. Kirby Mrs.Vann :
Miss Virginia Dorsey, Mill p Innlnvfr..... 1/ : : : 4 7 8 0 i3
wain.Nellie Mae Martin. and Mr. Mcli Brooker _... ._ I I 1 0 ohw == Roast lb. 27cKraft's 21g.hds..l5CjYellow

i. M. Ttlonjuikl
Mrs. L. P Kendrick If superintendent I c. ,. pl r>"LIlIioT'sI ,: S ,
of the "ba11-.if, 0- I. off: H. TbonuMONDAY =
beginners' department a; Nraea .at bf Des
4. H. Thorns T -
and MIn Julia Sullivan. Miss a.p/e.. Hine., McK.r :..::1 St.e.n. =

Ooldla Qrennell and Miss Teresa NIGHT. SIFT. II 13 ONIONS
Redd are the teachers. FIRST GAME or SERIES == 2 LBKG 1
Mrs. Howard Johnson la super R D ro0 I Cheese : 45c

Intendent and of the Mrs.Cradle Russell Roll Walker department M,.': ataNlf. '''::'.,: ;r Dl i :0 : P : 31bs. u.. .:1QC |
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and Mrs. J. C. Lott are teachers. J. B. Cl.....:: : 1 l 1 : : I Ones
i i i Assorted
cb.biw, : Tang Ready to Serve
mlth..eA" :: :: f : : :
FlaW, lit ....... .._.... I I S. I 1 = Tender Garden H
DIAWTOBALLContinued '::;': atw ...:= : : 1 S : I Cold Cuts Luncheon Meat PE7IS 1

t to.lse: !5 ii. S: : i:
( from Page One) ?. lb. . .25c 12.02. can. 29c 21bs. I
one In the fifth one in the seventhand Total.. .-__.a ii 7 i ...Z5
two In the eighth The _..tW (w A<....... hi ninth. I :::::I
Brooher record showed, goose egt ....... Local Fresh DressedFRYERS .
AI R IK PO A 1
until the eighth, when two fUN W..,,_ .. __._ I I Snoball
were made Three more were i Thos. rt ::::.:..:: : 1 I 1 : al0. == lb. 35c
made in the last I.. ..III.... lit ..._ I I I I Cauliflower
Brooker used 15 men In an effort '0; 5..uly Sullivan.: if ::: : r : i : : II

to turn the tide of battle; 4 11,= it === : 11. ;t:5;: Roasting Chickens, lb. 3Sc .IOC !
Home used 11. N.111. 4 ..-- '" I I = (
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y Each team used two pltchcn, -. lit -i..! II I 5
but they teemed to have been"ally I Totd.....__4i t4 u t'I II i _
solved by the batters n.I
Thomas and racha, hurling for D w looks.I- t I : : : : :
.. e6 ISeaaaaTwo
Brooker. struck out four men between .1 I 4
them and O. Clonlngw andNelson I bas hlb, l7. Campbell. Cheakinekes. I I RFR.IgjSLIN'5
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delivering Horne. finned r...i Hmitk.. 0. *ulllni.: tttlm. B.r-
three. Thomas and Fuchswsked'Mrp row; .kin MI basdt, O Ckmlnirtir" 4,
ftl: t<- t, tin H TkoM4i,,wk
and Clonlnfrr and omk kr O. Ckmhww 1, be N.b,,o a ." IL
Nelson gave five free tripe to first I TlMKUH T, bt..lto O. Cliir I II r t 15
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