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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: October 6, 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: UF00087294:00247
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOL. XXVII-No. 40 ,HOMESTEAD FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS





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NO WAR BOOM Tilts Home to Team Get Fins Diamondball Three"World Champ Series"TitleThe ON ITS THIRD TO J j jCar




SEEN HERE IN W D. Home Company team ship team will be presented witha I -Dispatched Florida Crop PredictedTo
was declared 1>39 champion of the small gold diamondball on a a Day '
Reach Record
local diamondball league when It date to be set by T. D. Mock, From Silver Palm Assn.

defeated the Brooker Lumber president of the league. After the Platform Market

Company team 6 to 4 In the fifth game the members of the team

PERPBLESEconomists and last game of the"world series"at were guests of William FoUlard FEW TRUCKS ROLLED $4.02 A BOX SETS

the municipal ball perk Wednesday at a dinner MARK IN NEW YORK
OUT OF THIS SECTION
night I For the first eight innings of the
Say Normal Home and.Brooker played the final tilt Home didn't show much 1
':, Crops Advisable at series la a nip and tuck manner. championship style.. The team Texas Rail Rate Slash Short:..Yield f Expected,

Present Home took the first, third and made net a single marker, while Hurt Local to Keep ReturnsSteady
last games of the series The Brooker scored in the fifth, seventh My
"cincher" game Wednesday night eighth and ninth. But in the a Some

LOCAL YIELD NOT went 11 innings. ninth Home, went into action and Lakeland, Got 8. (Special)-
LISTED FOR EXPORT Each member of the champion.BANKRUPTCY brought in four mea end then With the citrus fruit season.In Confirming predictions that the
Florida three week behind a
erased tao tie by bringing In two
Florida citrus would
!
new crop
result of the growers compliance
: mare in the eleventh.
Surplus of Foodstuffs BID Most of the putouts during the with the new state maturity law, move Into an beet.nee' ent. market,
forecast as the in many years,
Cited as Factor to. game were made by first bssemen.. the movement of grapefruit north- and this
early
grapefruit oranges
: Field, holding down the initial ward has been slow and far below j'
Steady Prices week were setting new records fee
I FOR (CITY HELD i sack for Home, tagged 10 men and expectations local packer Growers reportThe prices-and Florida grower with j
Silver Palm Citrus
the
the
Braohocv at same post for
Inflationary conditions; such as other team, retired 14 runners Association is the only Redland fruit moving wore satisfied smiles I
war bring, spell temporary MORE CERTAIN which has shipped aa they watched auction returns.
prat1 The error record' showed five for j District packer
( ,: parity.to a na,tao, but ttv pnwent t BrMker and" fwd for Home:r" : by Tin to far. Chart**,Cox Sianager It was a"tulH9h market, the e
', international. situation will notnecessarily has, trade exhibiting a keen desire to
011 the mound H Thomas, reported the association
Th6 city or Homestead' get good Florida fruit, and willing
mead that local petition
growers pitching for Brooker, stuck out been shipping a care day since last,
will enjoy abnormal prosperity, In bankruptcy under the Wilcox! eight men and walked seVlA. Nel- Friday. The Redland Citrus i to pay the price. One sale Monday -

declared D. 1:. flmmons, marketing act, filed la order to force a few ton, Home hurler, tanned three Growers Association has movedno of four cars of Indian River ,
dissenting bondholder Into the seeded grapefruit on the New York ,
economist of the extension aa walked the same number fruit and according to E. A.
service of the University of Flor. bond refunding plan consummatedmore None ef the batten were able Carter, manager, it will be at least auction brought an avenge re- I
Ida In a talk before grower at the than. a year ego appeared to get put first on a single blow. I a week before the association !turn of 94 02 per box. St. Louie I
Nevi King Cooper School last more certain than ever of attainment Mosday'a Game start shipping. A few truckloads took one car ofseedless grapefruit! y

night Monday, according! to City Home failed to make a single of grapefruit have moved northward at ".08, while a small quantity of r
K Attorney Ira C Haycock.The Indian River seedless grapefruitbrought
C F .
Gay, principal economist score 11\ the series game Monday
of the Farm Credit Administration subsection of the bankruptcy night, while Brooker piled up Prices received for the fruit al- $450. New York was
act under which Homestead! paying $35 end Philadelphia
Washington, D. C., was !ospeaker eight lObi. (Continued on Page Twelve)
filed was held constitutional .Monday 3.70 for seeded grapefruit The-
cut the program. The The affair nine and
ran innings
la ruling handed down by Baltimore price was $311 Mon-
meeting was arranged by Charles Brooker moored twice In the third, I
J{ Steffanl, Dade Judge Alexander Akerman in II. L. Cox Packing House day wound up with'seven cars of
County agricultural once In the fourth, once iA the
United States district seeded fruit disposed of at auctionat
agent court at Orlando Cost Is Set Near $5,000
"It .la true that buying power in the ease of the city'of (CGIIbnl.ed.on Page Eleven} an average of M.U, and two cars
Sanford Sanford had filed under of seedless at 177.
will increase and therefore more Construction oC a Urge packinghouse
the same subsection that InHomestead' filE WEATHER In contrast were figures for the
money will be spent for local for H. L. Cox, South Dade
and same week last season when 74
case dissenting .
(Continued ea Page Sis) bondholders erf that city had attempted gap ofneW : e.u..ethere.. Nam-6-d.r the abut" grower, costing approximately cars of seeded grapefruit on all
I ,000, la wen under way on the
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to prove he subsection g-ti II.-II e- sect auctions brought an average of
south of Princeton.The
$5,600 Lonch Room to Be unconstitutionalA highway Just (Continued oa Pap Twelve)
Sept It ___ De 11 SO.I building will be 71 feet long,
Builf on FTagler Soon telegram, informing tty officials Sept. 30( _._.. 12 81 29.17 90 feet wide and one and one-half
of removal of oonsUtutionalobjecton.s
Oct. 1 _'_'__ 13 81 OS8 stories in height A lJ.tJoplat PONTIAC OFFERS17BODY10DELS
to Homestead's successful .Oct.. I If 8. 2Ue form will run along the front end
Construction -
of .
: a ftS.OOO restaur- of its
prosecution
petition was '
Oct ....__ from the
ant and lunch I 10 'r2 2U7 0.38 An Independent spur
quick
building onFJaIer received Monday night from City I
Oct. e sa 11 2U8'Oct. Florida East Coast Railroad also
avenue Just south of the Attorney Hayoock! who was in '
__ construction.
1. 11 30.02 0.0'1 la under
municipal light plant will be Orlando to follow the course of ,
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started next week. T,.P.Edmonds, the Sanford, petition because of FOR 40 SEASON

of Redland, a former Miami similarity of that wee to Homestead Lottery and Disorderly Conduct AddedTo II
Beach hotel (chef who recently 'a.The I II I Imarket

leased the rile of the building local petition was filed In This City's Misdemeanor Charges Pontiac Mich. Oct. !>-ExpandIng -

for ten yean from George W.I (Continued on 1 age Six) its lines to cover the widest
Turner, Jr. obtained a building In its history pOntiaC enters

permit from the city council Mon-l Two ordinances, one prohibiting viction under the lottery law and the 1840 season with IT body
day night The building will be Woman Peddling Without In the disorderly conduct charge is models on four separate chassis.
maintenance of
or participation
ot frame construction on a concrete License Gets $50 Fine $Z50 fine and 80 days in Jail. As Its bid for the volume market Is
base and will be 43 feet long any form of lottery and the other required by law, Mayor Harris being made with a larger low-

and 30 feet wide. It will have a Mrs. Sara Gath of Coconut adding disorderly conduct to the read each ordinance three times priced special six. Restyled, deluxe
seating capacity of TS. Grove' was fined $90 by Mayor list of misdemeanors punishable in before the council voted upon sixes and deluxe eights take

M Tom Harris in. city court Mondayon municipal, were adopted at a them. care of that large volume market
I meeting of the Homestead city. of above the six. Newest
Citrus Group to Build a charge of peddling without a Henry Brooker Jr, president Just special
'' license* She was arrested while council Monday night the council announced donationstotaling departure from previous years,
Market Near
Perrine attempting to sell 'women's ipp Mayor Tom Harris who Introduced $260( to be used for buying however is Pontlafa definite

rrt an Homestea4 hornet the ordinances, laid the lottery and placing tile on floors and walls swing toward a still more exact-
The: Silver Palm Citrus Growers Robert Yates was fined $11 for law Is aimed primarily at 1 1I' of lavatories of the new Homestead Ing and dlscrimiaaelnf field of

Association Ia planning construction driving an automobile while drunk bolita playing In the negro section library.. buyers with a stunning new luxury

of a roadside' : market and C. E. Myrick was given a fine I'Heretofore, be said, the city had j The council let the contract for eight called the torpedo eight

building on the Federal highway of $i or eight days In jail on a. 'been utilizing s state gambling law Installing electrical fixtures for The low-priced) CtaJ six comes
jest north of Perrtoe, according to charge of reckless driving.DTI :which is minus the needed"teeth." the new library to the Sheffield In five body models two and four
Charles Cox, manager. I Both ordinances are patterned Electrio Company on a bid of f 143. ,toot touring sesame, business and
The market 1MI d1n.. which will oa state laws. The disorderly conduct I A communication from J. A. sport coupe and station wagon. A
::1 be 40 .fret long and 30 feet wide, QUITS FORCE charge covers a "multitude of Matthews, who recently completed new chassis frame el the Pontiac

will be for the convenience of Bowling O, Dye, a member of sins," Including loitering,vagrancy] aa audit of the Silly: books, suggesting Straight x-typo Increase! the
growers In disposing of Ibex fruit the Homestead police departmentfor participation in games of chance, a new bookkeeping system for wheelbase S Inches te 117 latches

te highway tourists, Mr Cox said. three years. tendered a resignation carrying concealed deadly weapons the city' clerk's office was read.to Overall length has been Increased

Construction will start as soon Tuesday it wee announced frequenting houses the cpsmoil. Councilmen Thomas 14 inches.
L AS definite plan for the buildingcan by Mayor Tom Harris. contrary to law and a 'r\ Kirby Frank Rue and W. R. Bodies are completely new with

be worked out Bid on the Mr Dye was to have returned to offenses not defined by law con-1!Bird were appointed to Investigate1tte more room in every' direction

'work are being received by the association. duty Oct. 1 after a four-month mayor said. i suggestion and report back a) floors are four Inches lower thus

leave of absence. The maximum penalty for i the next _tin.. (Continued on Page six) ,

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I Mr*. Geo. L. Murray and Mrs. A. Mr. and Airs. Beattie Back I grand lodges Mr*. Beattie was.
1939-40 FACULTYPRESENTED F. Arthur in selling work books. ROTARTSHELP I From I. 0. 0. F. MeetingMr. honored by being elected publicity!
chairman while there. The convention
I The association bandies the workbook -
AT sale each, year, without any FOR STRICKEN will be held at Hunting.ton <
I recompense, to save parents tripe I and M *. K. B. Beattie returned W. Va, next year.

I to Miami. I Friday from the International Mr. and Mr*. Seattle visited :
P. T. A. MEETINGSuperintendent WORLD SHOWNDeclaring I Mrs. Seattle's brother-in-law
The attendance prizes were won legislative committee of the and
by Mrs. B. O. Dye's and Mr*. W. Independent Order of Odd Fellow sister Mr. and Mrs, Geo. B. Cellar
B. Mill rooms.A I In ChUlicothe Ohio, before attending -
James T. Wilson tlut Rotary If recognized held at Minneapolis Minn,I II the convention. They were
reception for the
spoke on "Educating: for Democ- faculty mem- as the outstanding social de-I during the third week in September. gone about a month.
ben followed the Limeade
racy" at the opening meeting of meeting. velopment of the twentieth century -
was served by Mrs Arthur, Mr. Beattie was a representative -
the Homestead P. T. A. Friday James Franklin of Fort Not Practical
hospitality chairman assisted by to the sovereign grand lodge
Bight In Neva King Cooper SchoolW. Myers, Rotary district governor
Mr*. M. F White, Mrs. R. a Done from the state of Florida, and Mrs. "Do you give your wife a per]
peaking to the Homestead
R. Bird president of the organization Mrs. B. E. Gatlin Mrs. Adrian RotaryClub tonal allowance" asked Brown.
Wednesday, Mid the organization Beattie was a representative to
a short talk on
gave Jacobs and Mrs. Nesbitt.HOMESTEAD "We tried it, but it didn't !
co-operation and Mrs. Wllllird -- ai a whole can do much in the International Ladies' Auxlljlary answered Smith.
)'(field and Mrs. T. L. Hodge sang solving the world's social and Patriarchs Milton of the work "
two duet UNIT economic problem after present World. How wa that?

Principal B. M Hindman Introduced International condition art backto Mr. Beattie was elected to the "She' always spent it before I
the faculty members of the VICTOR IN F. F. A. normal I committe of the constitution of the could borrow It back."-Grit
Homestead and Florida City '"The solution to the world's
schools. problem should be determined
Mrs. W. E. Rheney treasurer FIELD DAY MEET around a conference table, not on
read a report showing that thereIs I the field of battle," Mr. Franklin A FEW MORE DAYS
a balance of$273.17 In the treas tald. "Since Rotary'i international
Homestead Chapter, Future
ury.' A resolution concerning theteachers' Farmer of America host to four program was adopted In 1921It TO GET YOURDrivers'
retirement system bill has been of great service to civ
other T. F. A. chapter at a sub-
was read by the secretary Mrs. i ilization. The present world upheaval
district field day and tournament
Ceo. D. Ruehle, and adopted by has lessened IU scope of
Saturday, emerged victor In the'
the association.Mr. action, but during this period of Licenses !
meet by rolling up a total of 89 I'
International the
Bird announced that all activity responsibilities
member are Invited to attend the points. are piling up. The number
executive board meeting which Miami chapter was second with of our problems will be greater YOU CAN GET THEM AT THE
are to be held at I o'clock on the 64 points, Braward third with 24 and their Importance more vital In
third Wednesday of each month In I points and Redland fourth. with 18 the post-war era."

the clinic room points. Among guests of the club wereJ. JUSTICE PEACE
The meeting day of the P. T. A. I Leslie Cheshire, member of the T Godwin, president of Homestead
will be on Wednesday afternoon, ,local club: was high point man Chapter, Future Farmers of
also, It was decided, with the exception with a score of 21. I America, and Leslie Cheshire, a OFFICEIN
of three night meetings, Chapters and the way they finished member. Cheshire was presented
Dad's night, Founders night and in the various events follow: with I Rotary Club gold trophy for
the last meeting.Mr High Jump-Homestead, first winning the most point In the HOMESTEADBETTER
Hindman announced that and second; Miami, third. F r. A. field meet last Saturday.
the county nursing service has Broad Jump-Homestead, first HURRY!
been discontinued A rising vote and second; Miami third. Miami, second; Redland third I
of thank was given Mrs. Jane Baseball t h rOw Homestead, The events were held on the i
Nesbltt, former school nurse, for first; Miami," second; Redland athletic field of the Homestead I Sid Kendrick
her unusual record of service. third."T" 1 High School and were conducted
Gee N. Wakefleld gave a brief Passing fottoatt-Miami, fIl'" by Ted Bleler, athletic coach of! ODD FELLOWS BLDG.
report on the work of the recreation and second; Broward, third. tl the school. Referees and Judge'
center at the"Future Farmer Shot put-Homestead, first wen Baker Hindman, E. B. Black.j I Office Open 8 a. m..to 9 p. m, Daily 1

clubhouse,and told of the opportunity .. second; Redland, third. burn and B. J. Hester, Jr.
local children have of playIng Chinese checkers-Homestead
under a supervised program. first and second; Redland. third. I!
Forty or fifty boys and girls can Touch footbaU-Homliteacl.
be taken care of at one time, he Kicking football-Homestead,
said, and supervised game will be first; Broward, second; Miami,
directed by Everett Shuler everyday third
except Sunday from '3 30 to Tug of warMiami.Horseshoe .
J.39: and from 8.30: to 10:30.: Church pitching! -
groups and other group are invit- first; Homestead second. Redtand'i
ed to use the clubhouse, he ex Table tennis-Miami,
plained. 60-yard dash-Homestead, first;,
The president expressed appreciation Miami, second; Redland, third.100yard .
for the work of Mrs. C J. dash-Homestead, first;j
Pnrirun, Mrs. W. & Rheney, Mrs. Miami second; Redland, third.CroquetHomestead .
Paul Reynolds, Mrs T. J. Faust, first
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LIONS COLLECT Peterson Home Nearing I MINISTERS SET '40 Pontiac Automobile P..T. Ay to Open Annual

Completion at : Is Prize for ContestA Membership Campaign

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home of Walter Peterson, packinghouse \ prize for the October contest of the ers under the leadership of Mrs. r
FOR AREA'S POOR proprietor under construction DATEThe Pontiac Motor Division of the Geo. L. Murray will begin their d
General Motors Sales Corporation annual enrollment campaign on
on the old Dixie highway near Preston B Bird, local dealer, announced Tuesday, Oct 10 the first day of
Approximately 1,009 article of Goulds, la (expected to be com- annual union Thanksgivingservice this week. the month officially designated by

wearing apparel will be given pleted within three weelu of Homestead churches The winner of the car win be the Gov. Fred Cone as P. T. A. month.

needy achool children of this area The building is of concre block will be held on the night of No- person who best completes in 100 Mrs -Murray will be assisted by
ai a result of the canvass for used construction and will cost $'.000. vember 19 at the First Presbyterian words or lese the following sentence Mrs T. E. Kirby, high school room
clothing coMucted Sunday by the It will contain five rooms. Distinctive : "I have ridden In a new mother chairman, and Mrs. Paul
Redland District Lions Club, It was features will include a Church, It was decided by Pontiac and I like It because" Reynolds, elementary school room

announced by Dr. Carl T. Robinson wood-burning fireplace, an Individual members Of the Homestead Minis Entry must be made on an official mother chairman
chairman of the drive at the front entrance, a porte-co- terial Association at their Oc- entry blank which may be A prize of two dollars will be
Lions meeting Tuesday night chere and a patio containing a tober meeting in the parsonage of obtained at the Preston B Bird awarded to the first high school
The local Liona' for A two-car room getting 100 per cent membership -
canvass becue fireplace. Motor Company The contest closes
Methodist Church
Homestead
clothing was part of the annual also is under construction. bar-I the October 31 and entries must be and a like amount to the
drive of Dade County Lions The J. McKeon of Miami is the Tuesday night E. Johnstone, postmarked not later than that tint elementary school room with
The Rev. J. pastor
locally-collected articles are at the date. a perfect membership record.
tractor. of It is open to all persons except -
of the First Baptist Church
Homestead High School and the employes of the Pontiac con- Rooms having perfect membership
Redland Homestead, was selected M the record. before Oct. 27 will be
Farm Life School and will cern and Pontiac dealers and members -
be distributed by members of the University Orchestra Thanksgiving speaker. The pro- of their families. given prizes of one dollar each.
gram will be in the charge of the Details of the attendance campaign *
respective Parent-Teacher Associa Lists Dates SoloistsThe
lIons Rev George Ricks, pastor of the :Mr. Bird announced the new were decided yesterday ata
First Presbyterian Church.A special Pontiac 6 will be on display -
The Lions' meeting meeting presided over by President
Tuesday : University of Miami Sym- pot luck supper preceded the about October SO It has e
night was given over to business. W. R. Bird
The phony Orchestra recently entered ministerial meeting, which was 117-inch wheelbase and is among
membership voted to
make
its twelfth with a membership outstanding values In the low
season presided over by the Rev. J. J.
Change in two by-laws of I
the Officers InvitedTo
and to club of 82. Arnold Volpe has been Richards, president of the associa 'price field. Mr. Bird said it la State :
services for participate deceased in Dade memorial Liona. the conductor and musical director .)tion.Other not to be confused with PonUac Local :Masonic Meet

Clubs of the county will unite for since 1926, when the University. pastors attending the ,models now on display.
the services, which probably will of!Miami was founded. meeting were the Rev. Floyd Royal Palm Lodge, No. 100, F.
be held at Miami in the near future The following are the dates and Bowery, pastor of the Matecumbe: i and Redland Methodist Churches; It A. M., will meet Thursday nightIn
soloists for the 1J39-40 season: Methodist Church; the Rev. C O. II the Rev. Wesley G. Smeal, pastor the Odd Fellows hall after a
J. Mark Wilcox, former congressman December 11, Alexander Klpinls, Nelson, pastor of the Florida City of the Florida City Free Methodist four-month recess.
will be the speaker for bass; January 22, Joseph Szlgeti, Church; the Rev. J. E. Waller, pastor Ralph J. Klahpaugh grand master -
the meeting next Tuesday night violinist; February 11, John Ers- ond Symphony"; i of the Silver Palm Methodist of the state of Florida, and
kine pianist; March 4, Grego ond Symphony" Romanc); ;Church; the Rev, R. F. Blackford Frank A. Brown, district deputy
IS GAMES ON V. M. NET LIST Piatlgorsky, 'cellist; April 1, Waiter Brahma' "First Symphony"; Bee- 'rector of St. John's Episcopal grand master, will be guests.
The University of Miami which Cleseklng, pianist, and April thoven's"Eighth Symphony";Men- :Church; the..l'v.VI.. J. Parker, I Members of Palma Vista Lodgeof
returned to intercollegiate basketball 15, Mary Hughes Call pianist. del ohn'a "Scotch Symphony"; 'pastor of the Cbv of the Nata.II ; Naranja, Naranja Chapter,
for the first time last winter Among the larger works to be Dvorak's "Fifth Symphony" (New rene, and the Revs Harley R. Core Order of Eastern!: Star, and Ad
after several years, is planning an performed are Tschaikowiky's World), and Rinuky-Korsakoffs II ,Wives of the ministers) were [Astra Chapter, O. E. S., have been
IS-game schedule next winter. "Fifth Symphony"; Sibelius' "Sec- :"Scheherazade." guests at the meeting. Invited to attend the meeting. .






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MM *. IM>. A7tW ANt WIUIAM $T2FZFSM /-' ,.. nil' THAT the reduction from 21 to .]

fa .... c-P UMCalrTIOIf_LUll_._ "... K W I \ 29( cents a gallon in the price at|
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; gas yesterday doss not yet"i
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4 i,satisfy local motorist who on.j
It to Be Good '
Pays alder even that rate *11 cut of /tOo<*j jI

The wy of transgression b bard I I portion to the 1'H to 11 ft nngel'
.t the end :al which Miamlan are able to buyij

No matter how tweet *t the start ['I first grade, high test motor fuel,
Illicit delights bide death In their e e e

cup. THAT local motorists had witk.1
A poison that strikes at the heart 'relief announcement that the meal

And so it b wise to obey every law, 'I Girl Scout cycle patrol will i '
Of Cod or of Nature or plan sor safety lessons for bicyclists,***!

Tea a raid every fault, to Jive without -I I there b nothing that ereste*']_
flaw. case of Jitter so thoroughly a''1. .

Or at least, to a* food ai you i carles or how-otf bicycle ride, '
can. In the path of a conscientious automobile .

#0 driver.glIIlIIlillililIUfffll1L.
The lawyers convince w, by argument r i ]

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That wt must be honest and air,
That wo tmnrt be careful to do noon

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The preachers 'Insist tber '. a place / : 1IIIIIIIIIUlllnUIlUlIIIlWIIIIUlWI. ,\

very hot I FtSft ANY TiMIS Tte f.-t. Maas tabs '
Tor those who neglect Holy / tact" h." fthe ef law *-6.d ,
Word. ITS S/Zf/ __.... -- ... 86. "II \
s.un tI.tea Bur saes,1.
Twill be unit to lay in excuse, so__ OLNowd 'UI. sw w a-_
"I forgot" --

We must always be good to the Oct. 9, Jill
Lord. I

But preacher and lawyers one 7WXCAN a WOt1S.waA77RC.Qrr OPME OcfAN ENCAMOIIS -Church"The, South Methodist, of Homestead Xplicepsl I bst I

thing overlook JAWS AMP A STOMACH CAPA0t OF AMAZING i'ISrHNTlON, week made proposition to the]
When they warn us against greed White Stone Methodist Episcopal]
and pelf; I IThm'
Church whereby if consummated ]

one other party you mutt i ............................................... So-o-ol W.'I1... what we 'h.ul would unite them a* one religious j
not forget,- I body at this place"Postmaster ."
Pa sure to be good to yourself. 1 CURRENT see. Children in CourtBy
t e .a e Livingston was In]
There are prison dark and dun-! ledge Malcolm HatfieU Miami on Tuesday on business]
geonr'dcep I COMMENT Sage have long puzzled themselves connected with the drainage dis-j'

Of misery and despair, 1 over the solution of the story trlct petition ." .
And purgatories blistering hot I Jar ACWKW wu.. B. Msaaal of Atlantis. the lost continent In THE EFFECT or UUCCU -"Mr. and Mrs, M. P. Wallam re-J

This side of you know, ................. ................. ............... mM-Atbntfc. Now they have a Many undesirabb trait can be calved word tbb week that their j
where,.. newer one to engage their directly traced to parents' .pernicious IOn, First Mate Victor'JJ.. Woltam J
The V. s. Sugar Corporation announces thought* the lost polar continent
Dyspepsia1 torments I habit of ridiculing and need- of the U S. Navy, was married *J
gulps and
quakns.NeuraUUt. that this year'* cane crop which b supposed to have extended lassly embarrassing their children. few days ago. He b now located j

ugly thrusts. I shows great possibilities and that southward from the Arctic eel A child needs sympathy and a In Detroit and overseeing the completion -
for some 2,000 miles. It b thought '
The horrid twbb Gf rheuraati. cutting will begin the Ut weak In feeling of security. To make fun of the subchasers (Eagles)
And _lheftia'. ghost I October. The ,Palm Beach ,Sun to have existed" son 10,000 year of a child, even in Jeet, cause hint which are being built In the Ford
ago nd to nave Included part of "
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plant .
states that lining the tugar em- to lose confidence in himself: and
And fount, and cancer, rheum and bargo will enable the concent, to what are now ,England. Ireland, to become trlf.cSJ.aw'" "Ralph Powers b hunting for '

Itch. increase Its preterit acreage from Scotland.! Scandinavia, Spiaenber- UTe he may develop an Inferiority house in DerMa City for the win-
And an the horrid gen, Greenland and Iceland, these "
crew ter. (Florida City).
16.000 to 22,000 acre, in additionto complex which will be a serious _
Of maladies and miseries) which being scattered fragments of the .
the cane it buy from individual handicap 'A missionary meeting wf held]
Make hell. on earth for you, grower lost polar continent The wile parent always encourages on Tuesday afternoon of this week j.and

It b well to be good to your nelgh e a e hill chlkfl feeling of confidence an election: resulting as follows

nor my friend,- A new type cf 1 ipper dredge b An upstate preacher friend has and security by Judicious : President Mrs. C D. Let-
One mint be good to the Lord; engaged In clearing the Lake been sermonisuDg on "Love tt praise-not to the extent of glorifying terrier; vice-president, Mrs. L. W4Taylor

But for being gaud to yourself, my Oktechobee outlet canals of water Twenty Dollar a Week." According the youngster's ego-but I ; recording secretary, Mrs.,*'
friend. hyacinth which had *o overgrown to modem standard of living Just enough to give him I C. A. Miller; corresponding secretary -',

There'i also a great reward, them a* to make It Impossible to and dress, It b a mighty big risk self-reliance. fe.rlet'l Mrs. Leonard Chapman."*

And so It'* well to consider before 'ee the water The new mechanbm and likely to end in disaster for I (Florida City). '

You're bid on an VIIIkI'. shelf, hen a huge Jaw that at a single when poverty files ha, love flies out AUNTS TALK TOO soTCHT I-'The sheriff sent two officer* "I
That It pay to be good to yourself, "bite" will lift out 184 square land few young people are willing here on a recent Saturday night '
A day of laryngitis la search of the who ;
my friend. yard of the aquatic plant*, I Ito submit to living within their Income. and compulsory people were
It pal to be good to yourself. S-a-a-y that' tome mouthful, I knew a time when young I silence might be a helpful!running a moonshine whiskey';
but it? folks began married life on ball of visitation to any family with young; atilt Some arrest were mad of i,
-J. H. X e e that, or less, but those day are children. Tau can't shout when Lttsore I who actually did the work, .
forever. your vocal: chord are inflamed. the sheriff says he will get,<
Controlled A doom yean ago America wa gone 'Neither ", ;
BoisterousnessMakes caa you successfully nag .those who patronize It soon.
e eAt
Halloween Safe making* much ado over a "yellow scold, threaten, bore wheedle, or (Princeton). :-
peril. Cartoonist CargUI of the' a hearing before federal engineer I say say of the word which create 'Brier Chubb, son of our !late ',.,
Since the Halloween has "grown Chattanooga 1'11n mid-Sep on the Everglades water ,Insecurity and antagonisms Parents Colonel Chubb ha returned home ,
up,' police chief write "No depre somber.... a striking on* raptioed *-j bastion bald at dewbton. there rather than their offspring I after spending some time in thjj
dations" and "No property damage "Military Obs rear." Jo the were, .a* usual, 'divers* opinions:: ahould be seen and not heard_ .service of his country (Prince-;'!
on their records with .mating dew warcto.d rising above the some wished the present 18-foot ,George Kent In the Rotarian '\
smoking waste, titled "Deitructton level of the big pond maintained Magazine. ton"M.
frequency following the light's S. Studstill was authorized
celebrations. Even greased trolley of CMUiation. could be seen the a* evast towered to H feet, while I to erect a 2 xM galvanized iron]
track, flat tire and battered visage of a Mongol-the "Observ others urged higher level even 'Life structure.
I works In a peculiar way, ** Jot I, block 9, tow
street lamp, faint echoes from the It.- The swift, vicious entry of up to 19 feet these,being the PahdtPUean i And trouble some should borrow of Homsetead, to b* used as -
"good old days" are on the way Russia Into the:conflict In the rape lake ,dwelbrs. 'Tour enemy of yesterday bicycle shop. 7h building .1s o:*''

out But don't Imagine asserts of Poland make this cartoon very A new clement b entering the ; May be your friend tomorrow, nearing completion. .'>
an article la the current Rotartaa propbetio-i-and pathetM. picture Kbsimnie valley resident I
Magazine, that modem youngster e e calling for II water control Ii i Premature
doe It ha
commerce. been
have lea rascality In them than oe Charles rrancb Coe the e*>I and irrigation project which would that the tint estimated A salesman who hid been
week of
the
I Halloween night of yore. New Yorker aethorJawyer, who a have little relation to toed water war added traveling a certain railroad! for ,
a billion dollar to the .
'The botaterau1 old nifit b still short time ago transplanted him Another ebsaaait U the proposed 'price ot American farm s number at years was complain-; ,
'! there, but Rotary clubs and other etf to West Pan Beach, wherebe coa.twus.tk ot the lower end .f I and who paid it? OII..IId crop*-1.1, frig about the train always being f'"
group of grown-up have led It practice law, has announced 1 the lake's dike along the south I late when, to his surprise, the train L
Into bat park armories eoUaeuma himself a* a candidate for the U bank of the Cal ouhatchM river :.L e .1 Came la on time. Jr
and moving picture the So senate to aucreed C. O. Andrew for tome miles. Arsenic b ance poisonous He Immediately went to the}

ten to rebea It there In real sport ,en aa antMfew Deal 'platform. The building of the revtrtment.. not only to.man but alto to metaL, conductor and said "Here's "
that spares persons and property or dike along the east side of the Most of the European Iron depositsare i medal I want to congratulate
The police like the idea. So do the stage a "mlrthquake.' It eonsbl late lacks but 12 mile for romple- said to be heavily impregnatedwith you. I've traveled on- this road ,
householders. Rut hot of all the of a cotame parade. fVekieeetaat, lion and two dredges are workingon tt, particularly those of Germany I for IS year and this b the first "
kids UU tC the article said. and free ticket to a theater. this", each on a three-mile allotment where as high as 20 par I time I ever aught a train on
I and the remainder b cent b found hi atone. Iron mines time"
Sheridan
Halloween eight programs differ Wyo, revere the order shoe to '
from town la town, but there are starting Ib affair with an after- be M to contractor They find it Impossible to IIInd-I Keep your medal.- qty's )

Done typical example from "BO Boon movie sew ending up with e e nato It entirety by any ''conductor" "'tbItGri 4s
damage" dties. la North Chicago refreshments In the. evening CIVIC The smelting processes and a* little asemssnits \' "e
war already I* indirectly
of on cent b
Mid
Ill. the Rotarians take over the oqanIaa".en'". per
affecting Florida. Due to a lack
to detract seriously from the f
city.auditorium and In the baa*. In Ckebayowv Mists, the sab- ef cargo ship Ifra-opcan customer Madness and steer EaeavhBetty
ability to resist wearas : "I cant think what you
meat they sump more than a down chief maker are kept within eel not buy It* phosphate from
a cutting tooL A In
scientist. John see in Peter He does not go
baking matches, while on the floor bounds with a" fast-atovinat pr*. our sainee, nod a*' which have W W. 811II...... preumaKe. It :for sport or game, and he doe
above dance and informal game gram which Include a parade, a closed down and other idling "metanurgy villain.* ta.
No this not like dancing. What b b* ,
are re progress. bonfire a pie-eating contest, and along.: Dug a* the aceao.,tears statement b not intended for warit assessed ,WTPare I
L1 t4( .1 a tfance. here and.buiM. n" there sol
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Friday. October ft. 1939 TIlE LEADER.ENTERPISE Pare Fire ill


FINGER TIP GEAR I NEW PASTOR HERE .

I J ARE THERE ANY QUESTIONS?J

SH1FTINALL1940FORDS.NOWHERE ---- Tropical Cafe '.

annroa s 11I0'1'1I. Tar beow.s...
-- -.... .. '"-'" .. able, he should have opportunity I steers. aorta ef city ban
lIP ......._ .la T..a. to play with Oera. Some parents
N'c.a.: ..... V-,. N.. nOMESTKAQ FLORIDA
fry too hard te have brothers and
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:Enriched by refinements made me I. ssa.ll.r mane .a/a sisters always together Special Regular dinner 50c
possible by tilt manufacture under trips on which only the older boy ......

a single unified management of QUESTION: The pupils la my h taken may help to restore amore Plate lunch _..__. 35<
live can which virtually bracket classes in Civic ere studying occupations wholesome feeling about
the motor car market, the Fort so as to make more Intelligent himself. The main thing Is to eee Hiss ass Stefnwl and )tre.n.r ,
V-I and the deluxe Ford V-S can choices of lines of work that no. reeling at oompetitiea' Kereada rreps.
far 1MO.announced Monday, present when they graduate. Plans* Ml arise* between the two boys. If -
notable advance in styling, me where I can find infannatioa one can avoid 0sn ari on. can eee
comfort convenience and lately !bout the condition, require to it that each child has sufficient
menu, and rewards in .the following opportunity for expression of his
The new ear are big substantial fields: Radio Diesel Eagiae Interests und abilities, and can provide
aad powerful in appearance 'operation, e Interior Decoration a calm and affectionate at- A Trial) :
Body linn .
are pleasingly streamlined Aviation.
muphere, such behavior will
Front end designs are dis.ttactively vsually disappear or at least
be
REPLY: There are a number MeansA
modern with low radia. modified. '
tar grille, long hoods and deeply 'books and pamphlets which set '
forth the conditions QUESTION: What to the .
wounded fenders. The trimly tail- found in these I enrollment t
fired interion are big and roomy, occupations.. In rural hires trhnnl.T I TUX: REV. T 1. GEARY Customer
With plenty of eat Pamphlets at slight cost be How busy of IIlib.dC age in
leg may
room room,
elbow room and shoulder room. obtained from the following a- rural areas go to high school 1 The Rev T J. Geary... assumed

Two V-S engine en available,I statute for Research, 537 Dearborn I recent REPLY* According to the most his duties as pastor of AT
figures available there
are
Street, Chicago
as 85 horsepower engine in the ; Occupational la. the Sacred Heart Catholic
Tort V-I and the deluxe Ford V-l, dex, Inc., N. Y. University Washington I approximately rural high schools.zSOOOM This amountsto studentsin I Church of Homestead, his first
Square, New York
with a 80 horsepower engine optional City pastorate He was transferred DRIGGERSService
in the ford V-8 NYA offices In various states.Standard about one third of the highschool
enrollment in the here tram SI
bibliographies countryand Petersburg wherehe
Four Ford V-S and five deluxe' relating about 80% of Uw
rural population .
various occupations are Boob' was assistant pastor Of St.Paul's Station
body type comprise the two lines. About Jobs" of high school age In
W. E.
by
Parker Church and succeeds the
A fordor new business coupe: aa well asa American Library Association,I non-rural areas the proportion, ef Rev. James Cloonan. who was .. area A... sad Third st.
sedan, tudor endan and those attending high school is
[Chicago I
1938Occupations; and ordered to Ft Myers October L
coupe! are available rbs"
In both. There somewhat higher.;
if also Vocational Guidance; A Source' Several times prior to his becoming -
a deluxe convertible club I List of Pamphlet Material" by! QUESTION; U it harmful for connected rwith the St.Petersburg .
with .
coupe automatic top ai standard Wilma Bennett, H. W. Wilson Co, a boy to continue singing while I I church three years
equipment. Three color New York, 193. his voice is changing during adolescence ago, Father Geary conducted
choices are available in the Ford I |
:v-8, six in the deluxe line. QUESTION: My six yearoldson ? services here. and at Coral
An Important new feature of the Is ungovernably wild at home REPLY: No not If he has not Gables as a substitute pastor.
especially with his misused his voice in pre-adoles-
cars to a finger-tip gearshift four-year old
mounted on the steering column brother. I have spoken to his cence. If he has misused his voice, -
under the two-spoke aterln teacher for advice, but she tells then a rest for as long as the s q....
wheel. This! provide Increased( 'me In surprise that he is amazing "breaking" period in speech continues -' -Evelyn Cooke
room for driver and passengers in ly shy in school What can I da is advisable unless he can, 1 tll'f'
the front comportment There Is to bring about more normal behavior obtain xpert {training. Great Studio of DancingNew
aIM a new controlled ventilation for him at home and at I harm to the voice on result from
system. New sealed-beam head- school* incorrect sttgmg'during the period .
REPLY In all of change.: has classes eaHendv.
.amps are used on all types, p.... : probability your
viding greatly Increased driving -'. behavior arises from jealousy Carl Cutektmst head of the Thursday AtlenseeneOn
vision at night of his younger brother. voice department at Teachers

On the M horsepower can an Jealousy Is very common when College Columbia University, says
Improved spring suspension witha yeungfters of the tame set on this point: "If a boy has sung
longer more flexible front spring'1 are as dees in age as your naturally! with area and vitality
And a torsion oar ride-stabiliser two boys One WWkI.It to then' he should continue singing Beapltality Haw lioraratead
provide an exceptionally comfortable knew a good deal more about the The adolescent boy does not 411-
steady ride. The ride-etabB-' relations the boys te give a definite continue speaking while his vein An types ef daadng

izer also contributes 1e firmer answer, but an earmark are 'Is changing. Singing fundamentally Tap, acrobatic, ballet ballroom
easier steering. Front and rear present Even the shyness at the same as speaking:.! i
springs of deluxe can art equipped school may be a reaction based or) being a prolongation and intensification 41
with metal covers. Large double* feeling of Inadequacy arising from of speech, and should be no CLASS INSTRUCTION
acting hydraulic shock absorbers' his feeling about the younger boy,! more discontinued than speech, tee per team er M per swath
with self-sealing construction are' In order to remedy this, an understanding unless bad vocal habits have been ..,Oltlose. ;;;,

fitted on an ears. '1 of the relationship ef formed previously" ......tilt .......r
the boys Is of first ...- ,.
Comfort features are emphasized importance w till'__...
throughout the design Seats are, says Dr I!:. O. Osborne of Teachers '...-" --

built for restful riding. Front sent i I College; Columbia University.Is Green Lantern Restaurant w
backs are of the younger lad more at-
have n:1l1:moating"edge. type.Cushions 1 I tractive, more intelligent, has he :'
Driver's seats are ajustable ,been given more attention by Adjoining; Hotel RcdlandMrs. '
two ways-they rise at they are ,members of the family and others? Given Victor Proprietor <;j
moved forward. Bodies are scientifically These and many similar questions ,.
soundproofed shutting out are the ones which must first be A

road noises. An "easy-shift" transmission explored. If. clear picture of 't.&aA
permitting speeds to be these relationships can be built up ..
changed quietly; new design and some Indication of the feeling .--.
curved disc wheels and Improved between the two boys secured, New SupplyWe ""
drums for the highly effective, then parents are in a better position -
quick-stopping hydraulic brakes la decide what should be

also contribute to quietness. done. :;
It be that the old .\
may six-year 0,041
Have ofLandreths'
Mother "Jlmmle, what would needs to be given more responsibility a New Supply ...... .... 1
you like to give your cousin Tom so that he feels 'grown-up' :Its v 00 T.

,for big birthday" and won't be so strongly In competition Simon's, and Stokes''SEETD" ._...--- .,..geol
Jlmmie: 'IltnGw, but tra not with his brother. If there .,.". '---
bl'IhJ..Ex, are playmates of his own age avail-

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NO WAR BOOMContinued I formance.vantage of Wheelbase eight cylinder, 120 Inches.per BANKRUPTCY: Al)

I Deluxe eight, also, 1 II restyled Inside -

and out, with many body
and
In Around ( from Page One) chassis and engine refinement (Continued from Page OmHK:,

product, but the demand will notnecesitate There are two and four-door tour- U. S. district court it Miami ti..:
aa unusually great Ins; sedans, business and sport month ago and will be. beard *oof',
HomesteadMr. crop," he said. "At present thereI coupes and cabriolet. either with by Judge John W. Holland At U It\\\
I a great surplus of food prod- chrome trimmed running boardsor lame time of the petition's filinK',
ucts other than'We highly perishable running board skirt I Harry C. Davis, a dissenting. bonds
variety. A large amount of : holder, filed an action In Dada l
Torpedo eight I 11 a completelynew
these products will be shipped County circuit court which U still
Pontiac line. Thereare
In the
and Mrs Robert Wilier Miss Flora McLean of Goulds laIn abroad.but none of our products car four-door cessful, would have Increlilldib..r
the Post Graduate of those canned two body styles a city' tax levy for 1930 to
who have been living In Jacksonville hospital for with the exception In 28 mlM
1 arrived Wednesday to spend medical treatmentMr. will leave the country and return touring sedan and sport coupe. The filing of the ell,'* petlUaJf
and appointments
size comfort
several month In Homestead. high Inflation prices" mountedon under the Wilcox act stayed lud4;I

and Mrs. Harry Schau- I I Mr. Tlmmons said he studied re- they a exceed Pontiac anything chassl ever However, ment In the Davis case.Davis' eg'

Mr and Mrs. Tom Torbert, Mr. berger have moved tram the Fink actlbni of conditions of pact war the designer have avoided any action sought tfJffl*
and Mrs. Frank Walker, Mr. and house on First! avenue to the recently ,and found that price In most cases hint of corpuleTicV Both models damui to compel the city to let upr
Mrs. Pete Lens of Miami Beach built house owned by T. D. I acted similarly.! In the World be had either with chrome In the 1939 tax levy a mUlag iuftflclent '.

and Mrs. J. R. Brook of Homestead Shackleford on N. W. 13th street : War, he said, prices did not start may running board or running board to take up $21,000 In delink
spent the week-end on fining until a year after hostilities skirt! quent bond interest coupon held
Pigeon Key 'started, but prices started climbIng by him. He wa one of the tart!
when the present war wa a The torpedo eight hal a 122-Inch bond holder who would not agrW
FLORIDA CITYBy wheelbase. Overall length Is 207M to the refunding plan under which1
Mrs. H. P. McDaniel and son, week old.
W. inches, which makes possible Its the city had been operating since '
Pierre, returned Saturday from Mrs. W. Serery "Our present surplus of products exceptional roominess. Sedan front '
Dublin, C*. ..wlU tend to keep food price October 1937. ,
eat Is M Inches long, which 1* only When 75 per cent or more of
Mrs. Wen. Ceronlmo, her son from the World War height for five inch* less than a full-sized bond are signed to the plan the
Mr. and Mr*. C. H. Becker and time to come," he laid. He
children returned Monday from Billy, and daughter, Charlotte, some living room davenport Wilcox act can be invoked to force
out that if war stops withina
Wisconsin to spend the cropping spent the week-end at Bay Pines, pointed will Sealed-beam headlights and M- hold-out to abide by the majority
short time, food price soon
visiting Mr. Ceronlmo who U con- test safety plate glass are among action. r.
season at their winter home on become the lowest In history, because -
fined to the veterans' hospital for
tlrf most important Improvements
Fifth streetMr. .
dietetic treatment for high blood of the .urplua.rarmert found on all Pontiac models for Nothing. the Ball ]

and Mrs. Kelsey Gardner of pressure. and grower a* a 1940. Sealed-beam headlight Increase MacPherson: "I dlnna think the
D. C., whole throughout the nation are Illumination almost 60 percent meenlster baud candle
Washington, are announcingthe new can a
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robertson prosperous, a* Indicated !by the with less glare and a wider I "
birth of a daughter on Wed resources\ to old ane, Sandy. \
in
nesday. Mrs. Gardner Is the for spent Sunday In Miami visiting $40,000,000 Increase spread of light to the sides as well MacTavish; "Ye're richt there
mer Miss Katherine Ewen of Mrs Robertson's daughter, who .of farm land banks, Mr. Cay said. aa farther ahead. Lens, reflector 'nlUhe take twenty meenutei

Homestead.Mrs. returned to Florida City with her Echoing Mr. Tlmmons' appraisal and bulb being hermetically! sealed to put me to sleep, whaur the Itheime
I mother and visited till Tuesday. of the crop situation, Mr. Gay said In one unit, these light never be- took but ten."-Ex, ,
Vera Summerlln of Welt local grower could not hope for come dimmed, there 1* no deterioration .

Palm Beach la visiting! Mr. and. Miss Bonnie Myers returned to continued prosperity by the sudden and no scratching of reflector fenders, while new utility fender.
Mrs. O. A. West Miami on Monday after a month's dumping of an abnormal yield *. rHeadlamps parking light are mounted on top I,
vacation with, her family Here on the market He urged them to are partially embedded of the headlamps. Dual tall lights
Mr and Mrs. Roy Cuppy of strive for a normal crop and avoid and half concealed in the front are standard equipment t

Marathon and her son, Jimmy, Joe Hunter'of Pittsburgh pa., any attempt to 'tnake a killing.

were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. arrived last week for the winter, t
Tom Vann Wednesday and Thurs and Is staying at the home of Mrs. PONTIACContinued

day I I I J. K. Scott. ';
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Mr. and Mrs. David Shaw of I, i ( from Page One)
Miss Salma Mattson of Cape easier to Into.
Perrlne announce the birth of aevenpound making the cars step
Sable 1s spending a week at the tf
and one-half
( \ girl, Tresca Marie, In Windshield are one
home of her daughter, Mrs. John
the Post Graduate hospital Friday.Mr inches wider and one inch deeper
ny Becker.T. thus giving 11 per cent Increase In

and Mr: D. H.: DeQInger and glass area which adds to the vial-
W. Booker of Sonora 0.,
bllltly and lafe'1l'a driving. Front
sons. Bobby and Ralph, have returned f
to their home in Homesteadafter spent from Saturday till Wednesday Mats are four Inches wider providing -
In town and left early Wednesday
spending the summer In ample room for three passengers
North Carolina and New York. for Sonora to get his fam- with much extra elbow
p
While In New York they visited ily. They will occupy the Horace room for the driver. Rear seat t
the world' fair. Potter house, on Broadway, for are three Inches further forward I
the winter. 6 from the rear axle, thus improving

Mr. and Mrs Paul Reynolds and the ride.
son, Gene and Joe were dinner Little Ricky Becker visited relatives Deluxe six has restyled and refurnished -
In Miami Sunday and Mon bodies on the 120-Inch
guest of Mr. and Mrs. K. L Kno-
darer in Miami Sunday.Mr day. .v,_ ..... wheelbase chassis. Many of last
,ear', features have been retained

and Mrs. F. P. Wilson of Johnny Becker has secured em- because of their wide acceptance.
Hollywood were week-end guest ployment at Miami Beach for the However, there are numerous
of Mrs. Wilson's brotherinlawand next few weekJ| changes In appearance Interior

sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. I Ox.ahdd styling and refinement of body,
Campbell l'j Mrs. Al of Coral Gables chassis and engine. Model Include
spent Sunday visiting her sister, two and four-door touring sedans

Mrs. Minnie Hughes of Pahokee Mrs. L. E.: Forsyth. business and sport coupes and
several this week visiting cabriolet either with chrome trim-
pent day
Mr. and Mr*. W. B. Flowers In Little Skipper Stalling was med running board or running. PAINT does more than beautify
Homeitead. taken to the Kendal hospital Tuesday board skirts.Deluxe 1\

I I for observation. eight ha the extra ad- your home and make it more att .

.J. t. Hlckson of Naranja ha I
tractive. Paint protects and act as
been ill at his home for the past

week.. 1 i I Plumbing Installationsand an armor against the onslaughts ol : .

Mre. Mae Cook Strickland left' wind moisture .
Saturday and rain and and sun
? to spend the winter Repairs
relatives in Orlando.

Mrs.,Quirmie Shsrard tat been' -FHA Modernization Loans If the paint on jour home has begun: 1"
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child musical training! on any baud I ELEMENTARY NEWS .

Homestead High-Lights musical Instrument.instrument The purchase for your child of a1 I 'Miss Jackson's-:first grade It gladto .

: it can one thake.of the Investments you i Enroll from Garret Redland.I Coldrum. a new .
boy
WRITTEN BT MEMBERS OF THE HOMESTEAD JUNIOR HIGH JOURNALISM CLUBINTRAMURAL A comment
on the new musical I Mn. Cooper fourth grade ha '
----' picture, "They Shall Have Music," 'started work on tome language '

Mrs Rutland's eighth grade, Billy OFFICERS: ELECTED featuring Jascha Heifers, world renowned booklets this week
Fort, Miss Behrens' eighth The and violinist, and' the California
grade junior senior classes I Mn. Dye't fourth grade la caking -
Flernoy Lott; Miss Williams I have choaen their Junior Orchestra, reads u
seventh claw officers. booklets on the history of
PROGRAM OFF grade, Billy Jacobs; Mrs The junior class, Mr Hester's homeroom follows: Florida .
Mills' seventh grade, Robert Sulli- with Mrs. Becker at activity "We strongly recommend all parents I holds
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Mr Dy 'i Joyously
van. Billy Jacobs and Robert Sullivan chairman, hat chosen J. T. Godwin and children to see 'They room
banner for tho P. T.A.
TO FLYING START art assistants to the junior I president; Archer Dodson Shall Have Muslo' and heartily i,dollar the Friday nIght.winning
manager treasurer; Jamie Richards, secretary wish that every legislator of city
Intramural President E I w III and Jack Sullivan, vice- state or nation could are this picture Betty Sklner who hat been suffering -
Intramural athletics
; designed presidentThe to that they might once and from a broken arm la web
Cooper had the following to
among1 other things to minimize about the program: say senior class Mrs. Scott's I for all, realize that the purchase comed back to the fourth grade.

the possibility of having older boys "Intramurals, according to :Robert home room with Mrs Elder as of music lesions, or the purchaseof Miss Ray hat as a new student

competing with the younger ones, E. UndweU, a recognized authority sponsor, has elected Howard West musical Instruments, It not a Jean Anderson from Florida City. F

got under way this week with I means a broadening of president Eugene Saunders, vice- process of pouring money downan The third grade hat started a i
series of touch football games in the physical education program so president, Rachel Gossman, secre artistic rate role, but rather Good Citizenship Club. The officers :
which Rutland trampled Mills, that everyone has the opportunity tary-treasurer that of making future citizens elected were as follows: president
33-0; Behrens detested Williams, to participate In activities through a training'not possible by Bobby Harris;vice-president. f
19-0; Bow upset the senior A team, sponsored by the department .of BOOKS RECEIVED any other moans. Billy Hutchinson; secretary Virginia
21-15, and Jones nosed out the physical and health education. The library it receiving all books Friday, Oct. IS, begins another Nixon. 1
Junior A team, 11-15. "'Intramural' fundamentallymeans from the county fund early this music appreciation hour conductedby Mrs. Edwards' room hat begun
During the noon hour contests that a new educational year. Some moot Interesting books Dr. Walter Damroech. This a flower garden 9
such basketball throws field already on the shelves are: "Me- program can be heard ever NBC
at philosophy has freed athletics and Mrs. Thurman't second grade '!:'
hockey and paddle tennis will be other activities from the aristocratic thitable," Katherine Adams; from 2 to S p. m. Notebooks and has chosen aa grade mothers, Mrs.
played. Paddle tennis Is scheduled set-up where only few 'Drums In the Forest," A. Dwight, manuals to accompany this program Hodges and Mrs. Musselwhlte.
for next week. Hale had the chance for ':d "Hepatica Hawks," Rachaei Field; may be purchased at very ,
The intramural program this tion through the physical' This "Tuning at Lincoln High," Joseph small cost ART NEWS
will be administered program has been carried with Gollomb, "The Return of the, !
year and I on Native HOME ECONOMICS NEWS The old kindergarten room has
Thomas
conducted by students who represent great success In schools throughout I Hardy; "Wild' been newly equipped for the elementary ;
Flowers, Mary Frances Baker, In Miss Bow's home economics I
the student body. Acting in the country art dill.... They will
'"Heroes of Progress," Eva March, classes the seventh grade it making I
advisory capacities only will be
"Among the many noteworthy begin work In this room Wednes
Tappan. Many other bocks will dish towels; the eighth grade
the principal, B. M. Hindman, the objectives that are found for the 'day.
soon be on the shelves Is making sports swear, the ninth
director of physical education, T Intramural sports program are to Bulletin boards and alnk are yet
tenth and twelfth I
grades are
J. Bleler; and the Intramural supervisor minimize the possibility of having to be installed. Any donations to
R. W. Macey, Jr. MUSICAL NOTES making dresses. The seniors are]
older boys competing with the the art department will be greatly
"For Ifs writing t theme on etiquette.
to march to music
easy
The executive board la composed younger ones, to promote appreciated.
of the Intramural president, Elwin manship, fair play, lporta.1 With.your comrades all in line: I
MANUAL TRAINING NEWS
Cooper;the senior manager, Henry and social adaptability, and And Inspired you don't, get tired, you feel I' The manual training; classes including
Dodson the associate velop leadership This
; manager, T. progranhaa I
grade from eight to
And life Is
O. and been a result of efforts a draught divine. I
Rayburn; the junior man untiring twelve
are working on ten cedar
ager, Gene Mlnger The senior of our physical"education Instructor The band of Homestead High chests; 30 tables, Including bedside NEWT G. BALLNOTARY
manager has charge of the 11th Mr. Blcler. School has been augmented this end library and others; two
and 12th grade activities; the associate year by several new players. The desks, four rockers; two beds; rUBUO
manager has charge of the STUDY THE SOUTH band meets for one period everyday three dressers. ,
,lUnth and tenth grades and the The junior English class has just during school time instead of I
junior manager hat charge of the 'completed a unit of work on use ,twice a week after school hours STUDY WAR MAPS Fire Insurance and
I seventh and eighth grades. of the library. It Is now beginning and the credit la one-half unit I Miss Behrens' seventh grade
I' Home room representatives} for work OH a unit on southern year Instead of one-fourth. geography classes are making a Kindred Lines !

...JtaLJintearmipu' program dew *.Wv .literature and culture, I Quit a few seventh graders art particular study of war maps of
frade, Hefbert Booth gn Which Involve a study .f social purchasing Instruments of their Europe with emphasis on changesof
j :Eldred GUmer Miss Bow's 10th problems as related to and revealedby own and will soon be admitted to boundary lines. The student IS N. Kreaao Are .d'
trade, Forrest Bell Mrs. Galla- the works of southern writers the junior band.Homeatead are drawing these maps and showIng -
bees ninth grade! Charles Mlnger; and artist High offers your changes made by recent battles
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I'I FIRST WINNERS IN UNIVERSITY CLUB- The Calendar .. ROOM MOTHERS FOR LOCAL SCHOOLS .1

I BRIDGE TOURNAMENT ARE ANNOUNCED I __'u...... .....I ARE ANNOUNCER BY P. T. A. PRESIDENTRoom

-- Oct. 1.-t.a41e. Night ot Men's
Mr*. Frank Webb MJss Eleanor hi contract bridge at the bridge, Club of Presbyterian Church at mother for the room, Mr*. Pauline Hinman. Mr*.
Paynt Howard Lamb and Dr.'party of Group Three held at the home of Mr. and Mn. A. F. Arthur. schools are announced by W. A H J. Kavney, and Mn. H. lib U-
Frank Hausmae were hlgfc MOT home of Mr. and Mr*. W. R Bird with Bird, P. T. A. president be ai berger; Mn. Haul Fifield'i room
Oct. t-Tournament bridge
prize winner 111he tint of Wednesday Bight This group follows: Mn. K. Neeljr and.Mn. 'Paul Reynolds
a series of three game of the tint will play at the homo .f Mr. and Mra. Ruaaell Anderson at 9 o'clock. Mils Mary Jackson's' room, Mn. ; Mn. Edna Bird's 1'1IOII14ra..
with Mra. R J. Elliott a* boat***
group In the University Qub Mn Willard Fifleld en Oct. 11. Keith Fuulk. Mrs. Jack Polk, Mr*. C. H. Rice, Mrs. A. D. Smith and
{ bridge tournament given at the Mrs. Russell Anderson substituted Oct. '.-Meeting of Episcopal Fred Suber, Mrs. Ralph Wilson; Mn. Ceo. N. Wakefield; Mn. J.
borne of Dr. and Mn. Frank for Stanley Wltlkop and Auxiliary with Mn. J. II:. Gatuen Mn. Virginia Edwarda room, Mr.,O Wynn' room, Mn W. L Harris;
Hauaman Wednesday evening. The Mr*. Bird, for R R Klnard who Oct. '.Tournament bridge with Pete :Morgan and Mr. Fannie Miss Mabel William room, Mra.E. .
{ tournament la \being sponsored by played ball on that evening, Mr. and Mn. Howard Johnson. Shuler; Mrs. Edna Thurman'i L. Lawrence and Mr*. O. I*
tM dab for I oUwhip fundMn. Those playing duplicate contract Oct. '.Meeting of Ad Astra room Mrs I. R. Grave, Mn. T. Murray; Mn. Margaret Mlfla'
Paul Reynolds will entertain wore; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chapter of the O. E S. In I. O. O. L. Hodges and Mn. Wm. Musael-' room, Mn. J. B. Hardy and Mra.C .

the group on Oct. II at her home. Belt, Mr. and Mr. Johnson, Mr*. F. hall. while; Miss :Mule Ray room Mr. J. Parman; Miss Lois Behren
Those present were: Mr. and John Scarborough Mr*. WiUkop, Oct. I.Meeting .f Townsend Jot Hall Jr., Mr*. Oeo. W. Harris, room, Mr. A. E. Paul and Mn W.
Mn. Lee 11. Lehman Mr and Mr. Mrs. Klnard. Mr*. Anderson, Allen Club in Neva King Cooper School Mra. X W. Hutchinson and Mn. B. Rheaejr; Mn.' J. R Rutland'
Mr. and at i:90 o'clock, I. D Perkins :Mr France Mn J D. Barnes and Mrs.J. .
J:. B. Blackburn, Mr. and Mr* Neat Douglas Tower and : Dye's room ,
Lamb Mr. and Mn. Webb.Mr. and Mr. Bird. Those playing! contract Oct.i'rat t.aUtIDI of roots Mn. Carl Anderson, Mn, R. Byrurn X: B. BlacUwrn'i
U.... Reynolds MIa Katharine I were: Mr.\ and Mr*. Joe Han, Mr. Monday Music Club with Mn. Lewis Brandenburg and Mr*. C. A.: room, Mr*. L. W. Emit and Mn.
Davit, Mlss-rwei-Turner, Misses Frank Morris Mrs. Preston Bird, Jew Webb at 130: o'clock. Campbell; Mr*. Gladys Cooper's: M. F. White; Miss Emily Jones'
Emily and Eleanor. Payne, Miss Sr.. Mn. J. A. Pollard, Mn. A. Oct 10.-Meeting of general room, Mr*. M. D. Jacobaen and
Helen Dialer and Dr. and Mrs.' W: Hutchinson Mr. E. A. Ames, W. M. U. JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB SETS Mra. Bessie JCemp; Miss Elizabeth
Hauimanlira. Mn. Adrian Jacob, Mrs Given Oct: 10. Homestead Woman'sClub NOV. n AS CABARET DATE 1 Bow' room Mn. James leabltt
Miss Berth netting at 3:39 In club build- and Mrs. Fred Redd Mr Aktha
t Hcnfcr Johnson woo high Victor, Mr* Scholtz, ; *
The Junior 'Woman'
In Club cabaret
score prim' In duplicate bridge and Nil Hausmatt and Miss Emily CaUaher' room, Mr*. E", J. Norman -
will b held In the Harris Packing
Oct. 11.-Meeting of HomesteadP. -
JScholti Jones. and Mr* J. A. Pollard; R. J.Hester's .
Mn won high score price
: T. A. executve committee In house on Nov. 29: It was de-
room Mn. Ban Archer
Mn. L. L. Hood win entertain ,
clinic zoom at I p. m. cided at a meeting Monday night
and Mr A. R. Meybem; and Mr*.
Five of the tournament at
MRS. ROBERT WARD HONORED: Group Oct 11.-.D1nner meeting of University In the Woman' Club building.
Ruth Scott's room, Mr*. A. F. Arthur -
Oct. 13. The tint
her home on Club Green Mn. Lillian Connelly of Miami,
AT MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER at lantern add Mn. J. W. EngUah.&XBEKAJIS .
: group will meet on oct. 18 and Oct. 11.-Tournament bridgewith who had charge of the cabaret .
Mn. Robert Ward the former
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Miss Joy Ann Calkins, was honored 23 instead of Oflv Jl hand, 18. Mr. and Mrs W. U. FUield. last year, spoke to the members. PLAN TO ATTEND I '
with a miscellaneous shower Saturday -- Additional players who will take Oct 11.-Tournament bridge Practice will begin on Nov .. FRIENDSHIP MEETING I:
afternoon given by Mn. A part in the tournament am Mr. with Mrs. A. A. Payne. Four new members who _retaken
A. Buseey at the name of Mr* and Mrs. Uartla,:Caaalar, Mr. and Oct. 13.-Tournament b rid g *. Into the club were Mr*. Liberty Rebekah lodge made I '
Clarence Mr. and Mra. Cecil Let Mn. Alma Doxsee Mrs. plan at Monday night meeting to
Ward' mother, Mn. 0. W. Calkins.A Mn. Gray, with Mr. and Mr*. L L Hood. ,
Carl Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. R II Oct 16.-Social meeting of Junior Paul Leaner and Min Norma Ooss- attend the friendship meeting of
contest "What The bride used Done Mr. and Mr*. H. Collie, Woman' Club. man. Palm Rebekah lodge la Miami next
In the kitchen was won by Mr. Mrs. Paul Haley, Mr*. A. L. Lanier, l June Robert' ; lira. Ward won a Mra. M. F. White, Mn. W. E. S. circle .t Royal Palm State Oct 18 with Mr*. Herbert Turner present at the meetingwere
contest on guessing flowers. Rheney Mn Give Victor, Mrs. Park. and Mrs. Burley Dandy a* : Mrs. B. 8. Capllngcr, Mr*.
The gift were presented the A. F. Arthur Mrs. J W. English, Oct roumament bride* heatereL R. W. MolUm, Dr. Irene ShankHn,
honor guest .ky Patricia Helleen, Miss Pearl WhtUker aad Miss with Mr. and Mn. Paul Reynolds. Those present were:: lira. X: A.8u.cbaun Mra. Harry D. Wolfe, Mr*. R. G.
who was dressed lit a raincoat and Ulan: Huff Dot U. -Meeting ot Legion Mr*. Stanley: WHthep, Moon, Mn' Anna MeaaenmKh, p
carried a* timbrel add followed Auxiliary ta Legion hall. Mrs. Harold Oxford, Mrs. Anael Mr*. Blaaoh*'Chapmaa and Mrs. I
by Phyllis and Rosemary Buck rUT BUTMDAr PARTY Oct JO.-Meeting-Of Praabyte. Barrow Mrs. Bntot Ennis Mr*. W. O. C. Radtord. ,
who had the gifts In a box. For GIVEN rom TWO rise Auxiliary with Mn J. M.' B. Caves Jr.. Mrs. B. II:. Sberar, I Mn. Chapman and Mn. Wolfe
rest Bruit presented Mra Ward Mn. Bevo Webb of HomeaUad Holferty. I Mrs.BobartCaaaubt, Mrs. Rudolph attended a friendship meeting to
with a rolling pin and a vent tea-, and Mn. Joe Adaaat *f Miami on- Oct Tournament bridge: Mattaoo Mr*. Robert Glean, JuMn. ht Coral Rekekah lodge in Coconut I
leg the uses of the rolling pin. tertalned in honor tc th* tint with Mr. Amid Mr*. E. a Blackburn. T. J. Walker, ,Mrs James SpB Taieaday night, and served .
Those l'ele11IIrL''Y. W.: birthday anniversary of team Oct W.-Mwtmg ot Dorca: Sink M s. A. M. Logan, Mn. D xee a* noble grand and conductoei,
Allan, Mra. Jay H. Newton, Mn.' Webb and Joe Adam, Jr. Tuesday Class. Mn. Loaner, Mn. Lee, M1n reapecltvely,
Goo Kahl, Mr*. J. B. Tower, Mn. at the borne of Mn. Webb Nov. T-Meeting of Redland Ellen: Huff, Ml** Pearl Whitaker
Herman Helneleln, Mr. Robert,: Favors ot balloon were given Neighborhood Circle with Mrs. and Mill Gojsman. I (Continued on Page Nine)

:Mr*. Corbet Smith, Mr*. Cal the little guest Geo. Wright
kips, Mill aotlldt Smith Mb Luanrv's n-ondle cake wee itov '.Benefit bridge parties ..... \ ., ..." ItA" IJ"I.- .....1.'
Fhylll Burk Miss Rosemary decorated In pink, and Joe's waa sponsored by Homestead Woman'
Bark, Patricia Helneleln Forrest decorated In /blyer Club at 8 o'clock in club.building

Bark, Mn. Buaaey and Mr. and Small guests,wen: Jane Thur- DIXIE DRUG
Mn. Ward. man, Janet Cooper..Jean Llndsey WOMAN'S CLUB TO HOLD
Those sending gift were: Mn. Janice Howartr"*:cnson, Diana FIRST FALL MEETINGThe '
Henry DuBois, Mr*. Robert LeRoy Sommera, Bernard and Dickie Homestead Woman' Club JACKfOLKHemestead HOWARD JOHNSON
Mr. Martha Norwood, Mn. Hindman, Peter Hester, Bobby wilt hold the tint meeting of the fla. Phones 30 and 8101 ;
Albert Helseth. Mra. Anael Barrow Brown Palmer Brook fall In the club building on Tuesday -
Mr.. R. E. Sherard, Mn. Grownup present were: Mrs. Oct. 10, at 3:30.: Mrs. HarryD.
Cecil Dodd Mrs J. T. Lee, Mrs. Robert Brown, Mn. Wayne Adam, Wolfe, the president urge all
Joel J. Robinson, Mrs Waha lira, I Mrs. B. M. Hlndman, Mr. Howard members to be present Mrs. 4 WAY A CrIONi9
Tuasey, Mrs. Vernon Hind, Mn. Johnson Mn. H. O Thurman Wolfe, assisted by the program .
Marie I'tnlanIllII Ann Lee and Mrs. Harry Cooper, Mn L. B.Sommeri committee, hall arranged an Interesting
Mill Norm Cowman.PRESBYTERIAN Mrs. Frank Webb, Mrs. yearbook and the first proof RJk'IINH ACID INDIGESTION ;
J. R. Brook. Mra. a J. Hester, will\ be ready for the meeting on JU s
Mix Alta Vann, Mill Betty Brown. Tuesday. )
HAS BIBLE STUDY AUXILIARY CLASS and Mrs. Webb and Mrs. Adam The club will sponsor a aeries of fef acM indigcititn sad M (
: six bridge parties starting on Nov. those similar eidom eh
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Mn, J. M. Holferty conducted a 9 at I o'clock In I'
MRS. JULIA POut HONOREDAT the club building discomforts har,', the relief! r
Bible study class at the meeting/ of SURPRISE SHOWER A grand price will fee given at the been for. eyee've wAnd
looking
the Presbyterian Auxiliary yesterday A surprise handkerchief shower end ot the aerie a* well is prizes
afternoon at the home of MI'I. at each you e ,n depend upon
for Mr Julia Polk was given by party. Everyone U invited J
.It for Ktma-Rtx U coast Q
Ceo. M. Frlck. a
and small
the members of the Dorca class of i charge will be
Mrs. R. E Trotter will conduct the First Baptist Church it' made.WLKE'S. to coast sensation few acid!
a special home mission program at meeting on Thursday of last week' ta U *.titii, gas. belching 0 t, {y.. t
the next meeting at the home of at the home of Mrs. Z.1.. Law.renc anti ....rtbw'" tiama-Kai $
Mr Contains ftur different ant ''
Holferty on Oct. 20. *. '
Other present were: Mr*. CarlF. Mr* Pttic conducted a- ': .. Adds which act only' give '
Roblnaon. Mr*. Ceo. HarrU Mr*. course drone the book *>f .v-I: JU:' apoody but prolong relief J
Van Harris Mr*. C Ben Plummer, tion *( soot Biima-Rt i. **.
Mr*. Paul Haley, Mr*. Ceo. URtehle 'The next meeting win be on' ;\ t: elusively ReuX Product. 1
Mn. J. A. Ricks Mn. T. October 18 Try Itt cl.y. .1BismaRex
L. Hodges, Mn A. F. Darling Mr.. These present were: Mr* R E. 50Ca
R. C Jackson, Mrs Hues D gle- Edward, Mr, H. Collier; Mr*.: ':.
man Mrs. J. E. McCKing; Mn.Ntttl Bert Andrew, Mr.*. J. Lawrence
Wall. Mix R. y. Burr. Mrs Scott, Mm A. D. South, Mi*. X, 4' o:.jor )
J. R. Hickson Mn Charles OeleyJ E. Ktrby, )f.... Homer Davie, Mrs. I raoouCT .1
Mr*. Norris Von Celdertn Mrs C H. Harper, Mn Polk and Mrs. PI.r 1
Joe HaU and Mr*. A. F. Arthur. Lawrence. I -012=U5=23M 3

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at eta Ute of Mrs. Carey: the first WEEK Or PRATER PROGRAMPLANNED the Southern District of tJW Scout
modem missionary. Mrs. Polk: BY w M. .. Leaden of Dade County st the .
also read an article on "Church home of Mrs. Chas. Babcock In
A week of tor theWoman's
Modem Life." prayer Coral Gables Tutledarl'1i1ht.; Mrs. /" 1
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Missionary Society of the
Social Events Poem were read M follows: I I Homestead Methodist Church will Jack Dlcken will discuss Florida i
Mrs. A. D. Smith "He Cometh shells.
be conducted by Mr*. J. E. Davis
Late", Mrs. R. E. Edwards, "I'm and Mn Geo. Ramon during the Betty Cattln wa feostess.GatorMississippi "

Glad There's a Church Near My week at<< Nov. 4 te 11, tt was decidedat ,j
gown GIVEN IN HONOR MRS. VIRGO MOW NEWB. Hoe+e"l Mrs. M. Waters, "The a meeting of the general W. :M. Tilt
Of MRS D.WCTT CROSBY P. W. C. SECRETARY Country Church.1 A talk wa IS. Tuesday: ftfternoon in the Fans to Be Serenaded
given\ by Mn T. D. Ptche. on The
Mrs. DeWltt Crosby, the former The Homestead B. P. W, G Kon- Highest Baptist Church In the church. c-; : s!
Miss Mary Adams was _nand at day night accepted with regret the World,* end Mrs Picked talked Mrs. J. J. Richards will teach GatoesvlUe, &-A numberof
a snlscellaneoue shower Tuesdayby seslgnatlon of Its recording secretary on "Modern Miracles of Ced't study course--at her home each UM ttattl high school band are
Mrf. J. E. Campbell at her Mrs. C. H. Steff.nl.\ who Is Hand in the World War." Friday: afternoon beginning on expected In Gainesville tomorrowfor
hone in Princeton.\ prevented by Ill health from con Those present were: Mrs. S. H Oct. 13 for aa those Interested.It the Gator's football game with
Mill Helen Field and Mini Christine tinuing office Mrs. Virgil Lyon Fitch Mn. Waters Mrs. J. Law was voted to tend fifteen For hoer
\ Chambers won prim!! in guess- was elected to fill the vacancy rence Scott, Mn. Jack Polk, Mn dollars to the orphanage at Benson Mississippi State. an
lag contests. Various other games Miss Anne Lee, new public relations Julia Polk, Mn. Edwards MnPtehe Springs.A and I half before the lime the
wets enjoyed. The guests wrote chairman will present the and Mrs. :Byrum. program was presented/ on visiting\ band win present special
advice sad a. redo for the bride. October program, ft was MBounced. : Plans for the Booing :year Were "Lifting Our Horizon la Fields music ta the stadium oa a program .
,,Cake, sandwiches and punch ,discussed at tie meeting of Circle Afar and Through a United Meth- which will be broadcast ovtr;
were served.' i Five at tile church Wednesday edlsUsm." radio static J BtJ1'.
fifhoM present were: 'K,.: EPISCOPAL'RERVICH LEAGUE I Various.reports wen given it tie Th circle win hold a joint '
Lydia Goesman, Mrs; Robert lance 'ORGANIZED AT MEETING :nsooa r4l.Those. meeting at Royal Ferni State Parkon After a day or TWO of practtcq t
MM. N. L. 'Chambers, Mrs, Mae Th Young People's Service\ present were: Mrs. Alex Oct 17 a* guest of Mrs. E: H Coach Josh Cody will pack UsGaton J
League of St. John's Lanier, Mn. Philip Reams Mrs. Atkinson.
Taylor Mrs. J.L. Chambers, Mrs. Episcopal off 1,200-mile trip te ;
i.J:. Close, Mrs Robert Glenn, Jr., Church held an organization meets M. A. Murphy, Mn. Harry Cooper, True present were: Mrs. D. LWilliams on a
... r. 0, JSuUard, Mils Lucille Ing and.elected temporary officers Mr*. A. X Paul, "Mrs J. C. Davit, Mn. A. U. Logan, Mrs. I IAo Boston, where Boston College win abe
West Miss Elisabeth, Mcllwaln, at-the church Ken**? lgM. Officers MraC.l'I.JJesaby, Mss ncrrle Wat- & Moye. Mra. C D. Eskers, the Florida opponent on October
KIM Marjorie Redd, Miss Cleo for the'year wm-be- sleeted ,son.iMm' Wa.JB. Caves. Jr. Mrs.' Mrs. 1:. S. Caplfnger'Mrs, a M. 12. f
LM, Miss Amma Sorrell, Misses. in a month. It was decided at the Harry Schauberger, Mn. Gordon Hindman Mn. John Anderson, ;
Wwlna and Martha dote, Miss I meeting that Initiation ceremonieswill Ivey and Mn. J. Lee Smith, Jr. Mn. J. A. Daugherty, Mn. J. W. .yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. .
storytell IJibbi Miss Nells Sauls, not be held until each mem- English, Mrs Annie Nabora, Mn. .
Hiss Margaret*Albright\ Miss Antoinette ber has .attended four 'sessions. CIRCLE HAS PROGRAMON John Williams, Mrs. L. D. Wyman,
Move Misses Norma and The temporary officers are: POLISH MUSICIANSA Mrs. Robert Glenn, Mn. Bessie EXPERT I
Etais Gossman Miss Peggy Apes Mss Batty Brawn, president, and I program on Polish musicians Showalter, Mrs. Casper Williams,
Misses Valera and Carolyn Caoja- 'Miss I'f1UIt.QIb, e.e/etary. was presented at the monthly Mn. Ranson. Mn. Davis Min
bell Miss Field and Miss Cham- treasurer. meeting of the Redland Neighborhood -' Richards, Miss Jennie Lobdetl and BARBERINGHAIRCUT
.... Also at th* meeting plans for Circle at the borne of Mn.J Miss HelM Uvingston.

Thossnending gifts wen Mn 'tendlng the Deanery conference I Lawrence Scott. Musical numbers '" 1t,1t." 1 "..___
Virgil Grennell.., Mrs. A. C. at Pubs Beach October S3 were composed by Polish musicianswere ...... 40c
Deputy, Mrs. Mildred Sanders, discussed.! Ruftjs Ashby win be presented by each ol the Homestead Girl Scouts
.Kit. Randolph Caves, Mrs. M. D. I program chairman tot the lint members. SHAMPOO ..... 40c
Jacobsen" Mn. Margaret Daniels, meeting ol the league.W. Mn. Ceo. Wright win be hostess\ I .... .... ..,_
Mrs.'A. D. Smith, Mrs. F. D. Mock, to the Circle on Nov. Z. Ardel Parman'wa( elected troop MASSAGE _.. 40e
Mn. Ed Erooker, Mrs. Earl Cravey M. V. CIRCLES HOLD Those present were Mn. W. treasurer tt the meeting If the
Mrs. M. A. Murphy, Mrs. Tom OCTOBER MEETINGS E.tZaby, Mrs. R. E.Holmes, Mn. J. Homestead Girl Scouts Tuesday
Baird, Mrs. T. T. Bowen Mn. Mrs. Pete Morgan was elected A. Botherham, Mrs. L. H. KIoppMn afternoon at the home of the troop BUSH'SBARBER
Maud Hill, M'.. Cleo Chubb Miss Miss Eva Rotherham
leader of Circle One of the W. M. Wright captain, Mrs, Frank Skill It was
Helen Moye, Miss Frances Lott, and Mn tt
U. of the First Baptist Church ot Sc decided to sell Christmas cards
Miss Pauline Igleheart, Miss Homestead Wednesday afternoonat again this year. Ana Rheneywill
Vera Delk and Miss Marjorie KAPPA PHI DELTA SORORITY
be chairman of the Christmascard
a meeting In the home of Mrs.
Moser. DISCUSSES PLANS FOR TEAR committee and Barbara Miller ,
G. A. West Mn. L. A. Wise wa
f. elected co-leader. Objectives for the coming yes will be in charge of the badge SHOP
f r OF PRATER PROGRAM Mn. T. T. Bowen will enter- were discussed: at the meeting o f committee.The ."
GIVEN AT CHURCH FRIDAY tain the circle on Nov 7 at her the Kappa Phi Delta Sorority K. 1C. M. X. dub will meets
Ada; of prayer program home at 7.30: o'clock. Monday night at the home of with Mrs. Skill Friday to'plan Initiation N. KROME AVE.
t. for state mission of the Baptist Those present were: Mrs. W. Betty Brown. It was announcedthat for the backsliders of the, H
1 Church was held In the First Bap I B. Myrick, Mrs J. II. Scott, Mn several larics and other dub. The beglanen will meet:
tot Church Friday. Frank Irwin Mrs. Chas. Martin, parties would be arranged for the with ),fn. Skill on Saturday to .
Mrs. James Vans had charge-of, Mn..C E. Saunders Mn Morgan ushees and pledge. work: on their tenderfoot require j j jI
the program in the morning and Mn. West, two new members Officers will be elected at the ments. 1
Reading were given\ by Mn. G. Mrs. J. D. Greer and Mrs. next meeting at the) home of Miss The senior girls will plan" prepare I I i
A. West on "Building a Home W B. Caves and a ,visitor Mn Nina DJaLLIGJOJI' and serve a luncheon for the Be sure that row eyes an a*
Kingdom In the Everglades"; Mn Vera Summerlin. troop on Oct U at the horn of! rood aa year brake* -have these t
Bert Andrews, "Books and Build I Circle Two decided at the month AUXILIARY Mrs. Skill.Mrs. I t tested at least erase each year II
fcig a Home for the Homeless," I"d'' ly meeting at the home of Mn. T. HOLDS MEETINGThe : James Hudson and Mn I DR. F. P. ARCHER f fI
"Building" by Mn. Vann. E. Kirby to send a box on Thanks- American Legion Auxiliarymet Russell Home, lieutenants and ,
Mrs. J. Tom Vann used M bar giving Day te the orphanage IB In the Legion\ Han Wednesday Mrs Skill will attend a missing of i I AND SON
subject for the afternoon pro Arcadia. Mn. J. C. Vann had evening. Mrs. Lamar Kendrick iI I Consulting Optometrists
: gram, "The Workman." Mrs. T. charge of the business. the president, presided.
D. Picri talked on "Prayer for Mrs. J:. L. Lawrence will be The next meeting will be on Dr. R. Elliott UM W. Fuller Bt, Miami. Fla.
j Our Mlwlonarles"; Mrs. J. R. Pope, hostess to the circle at the November Oct. 18.Those. I NM ..........ICrou.A I
I
Increasing Our Gift," and Mrs. meeting. present were: Mn. E4w y
Dexter Home, "W. M. U. Enlist' Those prese'nj were: Mn.Emma Norman, Jr., Mn. Fritz Schroeder CHIROPRACTORHome I Diodes of "..for A UgS/_._".lstaut.&W4 .
ment"; Mrs. Wm. McConnelL Wright, Mrs Annie R. Butler, Mn Mrs Fred Redd, Mrs. Jesse Doss- Bid*. H.met4DR.M.A.BERGER
'Building a Better Training Union" Gerda Freed, Mr*. H. E. Redin, man, Mrs. Kendrick and Miss Ruth
'and Mri. Vann, "Building for To- Mrs. Ore Frazeur, Mn. Bert Andrew Fox.
| morrow" Mr. Bert Andrews ., Mn Vann Mrs. Lawrence -
f
gave several readings, "My Place" and Mrs. Kirby. READ THE WANT ADSG. DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST
and "Our Treasure." Mrs. C. H Circle Three met at the horn
Denby and Mn. Home sang a of Mrs. S. A. King. Mrs. C. O.
duet Robertson had charge of the bust 0. Brewster, M. D. Dentist
I A covered dish luncheon was I
ness.A Office Bourst P a. m. te ( p. tt. I
served at noon. Bible catchlsm was conducted Eye, Ear Nee and Throat
6 i by Mn. Catherine Pickard at the Treatment Office Hours 8:30-4:20. Sundays 0 U It
MIAMI CROUP HONORS meeting of Circle Four at the Closed Saturdays
H. B. BEATTU ON BIRTHDAY home of :Mrs. J. R. :jByrum. Glasses Fitted First National Bank ,

H. B. Seattle, grand representative Mrs. Julia Polk gay an account OHta. (mots. It eat ftrDo. Free Parking Space t
Grand '.... .... Building ST MIAMI '
to the Sovereign Lodge 17(1 N. W. ItTII ,

lit the I. O. O. r. was surprised Homestead" Oldest Ones.. at t.... A.. sd PHONK t-tlH.
;fir hit birthday anniversary Sunday ..... Open Evening by Appolatnteal ,

by a group of friends from BAibcrfihop .-.., "...." F
Miami who served I picnic supper
In his honor. s_ N. .111
D. L BOWENHAIRCUT
In the party from Miami wen ,
Mr and Mn. R. L. Beebe, Mr. and
j ''Mn. W. G. Moser, Mr and Mrs. __ __ __ M.. I Leonard W. Ilaaklnisiilillil
'W"X. Su derlllld". Mr and Mrs. A. SHAMPOO ____ 4sa .e IIn* *..** *** I
iVennulen. Mr. and Mn. L, Wright, MASSAGE __ .. __ 40 rmfiw M< m..ttr+i as
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Witt, Mr. and COOL 4KD SANITARY I GLASSESIe. I
Mrs Harold Kinsman, Mr. and
Expert sad. eesurteeo > rvle. IT. m. rang SU. MU I. n.
'"-Mrs frank Howard, Mr and Mn.Rlnehart vhulr.Xr. COmrmtnt --
Mr. and Mrs. Walter A IrIa1 will b* appnc W. I ItD&G. .. ....
Brooks Mn. A. G. Durman, Mn.
,Mae Jones. Mrs. Ethel Vandccar.I
Mrs. Minnie King, E. J.: Jones and A, -
P. M. LvL Present aim beside H. 'DENBY ., G. R. OLDENDORF & CO.
Mr. and Mrs. Seattle were Mn. .
Cora Belle GrlnoM and Clam I

Grlnold, Qsteopathic Physician

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.. ICE PALACECORAL RATE First insertion 104 84 a a tin Hat* ; subsequent Insertion


U BAPTIST CBTJVCU use ........ I .. m, Tbd publN II ..a'dlelly GABLES. FLA. .
invoked .. attai S. W. ITTII AVE.

HOMESTEAD-I*\ I. la lokaatoaa, PaatJL JUST OFF nAIL FOR RENT FOR SALE: Tropical plants, cit
Oct. a.-r-.r..*..
atkoal a* *t4S a. m.
Swaday tl.atmth.hfaLa.adtAOpmIA. rus trees and troptcM fruit la
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: twplot "Are Sin Disease and
.. 61,6 F .. Prop ___ W- Death Real.roCHvnC8 PublicIce FOR RENT < acres high pin ..... Juagl Grey*, Midland

.'.1'" 16 ft scarified land fine toll, $5 an road and Plummet-**. ,

i Skating Daily tere. N. W. corner Redland
or citaxsiBJOMESTBAD
QpUI.D5-. ..... Naak rataraaa, '
'< -Flnl amua cad K W road end Howry street Wn.Dlcken 10 ACRES GLADE LAND FOR
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lor. aaday MlMol al U a. M pnachlnsMil S:SS 9. BM 1.11:11: P. .
Y. P U Fifth ......, bible studs al II a. m.; apa.
B. al ,
a. K aad TiM I (poll, SALE:-Tract* 17 and 18, Block
and I. .. Meanings
... Wed. Sat.
.... ... rrayar alee ml tiM .. m. .a. faUowaklp and pnaeklac at .
yadaantay. .. .. 9.11:30ADMISSION 2, 1J-57-39. This land la on the w
I FOR RENT-Offlc, or desk space north aid of Mowry atreet just ;

ft CATHOLIC CHURCH OF GOD Children ... J5o in downtown section. Phone beyond the S-mil road. Price 9
HOMESTEAD- N. W Pint
aeaaaa:
tho Ran Oaa. 4. Capita. paKar. Buadayacaool (Morning and Afternoon> 2020. is $79 per acre Land close: by
,'" CRURCB Or THE BACKED BEABTi. -. .. SiU a. .; preaching .. 11 a. VA.and 100 is priced at $100 per icr*. Taxes fare
Iiomoiua4 UM a.v.T.It Adults 4e Spectator
a. ;. second anaoa |
J. OMIT. __. Sunday ataM at t Ul al p, a T>'In I Junior parsonage Y. Pall Prayer I ahlMraajMatlna PJMI SKATES RENTED FOR RENT-Two rooms, modern paid and have good title. ,'
I a. lh wash tby *UM al TilO dally I convenience S. W. Svh steret,
ahead BoaaVy following I a cloak lag. S p. WadaaadayCHCECH Instructor to Teach You Terms $300 cash, balance 1, 2
SaMCoamanloa for women the first Mr. Charlotte Goff. i29-o20)I and 3 yean Interest 6%. P
......, af month 1 for men and ...... UMpanad OF THE: NAZARENE .
O. Box T33 Homestead Fla.
Sunday af ........ Holy bow Than ,
day before first Friday af month at TOO BOMESTEAD--Th ...>, W. /. Parks. ___IIM NN"__""I_.NYI FOR RENT-15 acres of high pine
MaM liNt BPlar ,anuermifront afire' alar. anday Mkool M tt4a .. aklpraachlat plowed land. Mn. Chas. Camp. MISCELLANEOUSSEE
Lzmw Ic oa el tha al II a. m and f tlo p. wi.iV
A. News
I.i. f. S. ..4 Junior awetlaej M SiM Homestead F. F. (.22-08)
,. .. Prayar _.. Wednesday evening :
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH ,.>MpauPRINCBTON.TIM I ,, .m-non .wm .A FOR RENT-Furnished house. AND BUY, Onanklm Variety 'f' '

.... C P. Cowaa J. T. Godwin was elected president Apply at Dr. M. A. Berger's resi- Grove, West Florida City.
'FLORIDA.. crrr-Broadway and lath _..... Buaday Mkool al I lU I vroachlntal (CaTU
alrMt. Sunday wheat at S:4S a. at for 1..41 a. B and tilO p. Junior i at the annual election of officers dence, Tenth and Krom ave.
pops under SI rears of .get morning 'matting at I:141 rating l.'. aiaetlntat Wednesday in the Home- (s2Jtf) HOUSE furnished ",
.. at 11 .'.lark. WMlMaday analnfpwtleM lilO. Proper meeting Wednesday at RENT YOUR "
....... laalwM tMUmaalali af awl! T.S* p. m. stead Agricultural Department or unfurnished I have year .1

,In! and aspartaaaat .....rk. aa CbrWDIANONDDALL i EPISCOPAL Barney Godwin was elected vice.president FOR RENT-Furnlihed apartment 'round clients. Benjamin W, "

Virgil Bailey, secretary, all electric, clean, cooL Morris registered real estate .
IT 108"1E.. Beaond ._.. and I
!! 'north ttroet HonoMmdl the rU.. L F.BlacltI. Oscar Clonlnger, treasurer) Kenneth Bedroom living room dinette broker, N. Krom ave. next to 1

....... ractor Hoop communion atT Glenn, reporter; and Charles bath, daybed In- living room. Baptist Church. (Jul ti)

leg 10 arayar a. m.i at Sunday IkFREE school at S Sll l Barn Connor, witch-dog Charles Plenty of closet ipac Reasonable -

(Continued from Fag On) 'Mlnger Angelo Mlstretui and rent Eva Collins, Biscayne WANTED

fifth and four times In the eighth. METHODIST Leon Chamblls were elected as I drive and Federal Highway t

'Th**scores: FLORIDA CITT-Tka Ea.. WMby CSawal. an executive committee Geo. N. TUTORING WANTED e- high
Mbaol.
pMlar Buaday I p. a.I
.....1... I and TtM p. ot. Taeadayprayer Wakefleld win serve as adviser of GOOD, cool, roomy apt for rent school and grade school subjects.

'W'.k.BmaafBrookw... of ....... _AB a .* BH 0 FO. 0 A I 6 muting al f ISO p. m. the chapter. Private bath, reasonable rate. Mn. H. J. Armstrong At B,

Thomas, IbK. |j":::::: : : t I 1 METHODISTROMIBVIAD Members of the eighth grade of Ask at Western Union. (mlTtf) Plummer drive and Country

K:, aulllvaa, I Ib 1. : : f 1 +RM-Rav. J J. Klekarda. Homestead High School wr* Club road.
0. of .: :: 0C. & paato. unday ataaal at lt4S tw M.Iiraaaklic entertained by' the Homestead FOR GALE i
.ullI.... If ..._. a a at U a. m. and t.10 ... m. iI
caves, "b ... -.0-0 Jnefor ... Chapter Future Farmers of America I i APPLICATION FOR
,Sthiard ::: ::: i : i at am P. m.t ;:'l'UIo: p. m.Prq.r at the F. F A.. clubhouse: FOR SALE-Flat top"Offlc* deik I I Ol'lfOE Ill. Slabs
IfBbhop .nUng at jag m. Wedge day. Not' in that D.. L. IIII-
a R ggives
.............. s 1 : Tuesday night W. W. Severy lint.Oatf| ( ) I lion sad" Mary hereby M KlllUa, kia ..,.. I.........
xKaatoTotala. ..... ..._.1 0. 0 .1 SILVER PALM-Th. ..... t. E. Wallorpaaur a aila'aoM of Drainage Tai OorllfkaMbNvi
Sunday Mkool amy Bondat A feature of the program was a FOR SALE-One spring bed mattress loIu.. 1088. dated the IH day at Air
.-__.... .JS it ii a 1* a. M.1 preaching aanta a> I..... third demonstration of parliamentary and one 100-pound Ice box 'IMS haa fate laid nlflcau
.a-Battad for Stoaof. I. alatb .ad flfta Sundan alla.a.andttl0p.a. J. T. Godwin r.-/"o..:: ; ;.,. ani KM awaa application, for
procedure presented by good as new Mrs. S. E Pop..
I tax deed to jaraa Uwraoa In MMrdaaea with m
100.3-.. '.'AB" R,UK, ro'' ... SI rnuNCRTON...TO. .... 'A a 1f.1.... Charles Monger, Charles Con: pelt Modello f la. (o -20) Uw.' Said I Ukats mbr M hiss follow
._-.- of ........... I 0 1 game I smashing lit 0 a. ...\ Sunday Godwin hit _.,..... .......rtr. ittuatoS la Dad
sk.d at It.FLORIDA. nor and Barney representing KlorUa. bruits
Barrm. SO Cmntr
;I 0. Campb.IL, Ob ::: : : t.} : :: one team and Virgil LEAVE YOUR ORDERS for horn U 4. Blk. 1, Hlnoa A.... to R.Mlall.
,;I.." Clooinger. 1It.. I 0 I 0 s4Itlith crrr comit'Nrrr CHURCH ; cooked foods cakes pies salads Plat Book I. Pan I. loeatod la Dada Com
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01 ........ ... e a I 4 -Tka IU.. 0. O. M.toan *Mtor. Chana Bailey, Richard Blggers, Jay IT, StaM at Florida.
0 Cheshire. .._.....-._ 1 1 1 0 ,.,.how at 10 a. H.l proachlm at 1 ilO p. m. and Oscar Cloninger, representing slaw, etc.r-at Hospitality House TIM ajaawaMtt al paid pM arkr) vaaWUM
"101''' ,It ......_........ 11 Midwest prayan sad Blbw study Wad_ 17 W. Mowry street .M Certificate issued wai In UM name
You -. : 0 I t O i lNelson. dwalt.MEDLAMD. the other team. of Unknown Unless Mid CartlflMW> Shall
: : : be Mdomwd amending to law tea dead will
_... ...,... I 1 0 4 .1 COMMUNITY CBURCBTha Seven member of the chapter TREES-Roberta Nurseries, Ep. IMU. thence oa. the alk dar'at November, .
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Rae C O. No1-o.. pastors thurrkMkaol lave talks They were Fred Ho- drive A D IHt "
_.... ... .. I 4 .. moro Early and late ... .. '
.'Tolato- .. IT 10 101 praachlni al 111 EpworthUajrtM 1>. thin Ird a.y of M.W A D a. .
tl I al <,M. Midweek prayan and bart, who spoke on "Supervised orange Oneco tangerine, grapefruit E. H. LEATNEIbMAN.Cl.rh :
1..1- 1 I 1 4 I 4 T BlbM study TII_." M I,10.FRESBYTERIAN Practice'; Charles Minger "Com- lime lemon and of Circuit Court.Pada .
kumquat.
Rro.k.r .. : r : : : : : : :I Service" Charles Connor CiniM*. Florida.Clrr.lt ;
,Hove. CHURCH munity ; Large stock excellent quality ( CAMP SVall. i
"Leadership Activities; Barney both budded and unbudded By N, C. iTrimnr. D. C.
Two baM O. Campbell Smith I BOMI:8TIAII--lCrom.: N 11th .
kit. I avenue at (Oct. IS 2" 2T. No* I)
th.... bua hit. H. Th.,....l Merit" IO.. ....... Th. 1<0.. ( ... IL Rocks, Godwin, "Co-operative Activities: ; trees (p12Z-o 13)) i
f H.rrow: baM oa a. -aff( H. Thomas 4, bible' "hod at 10 a. m. prachlnn at Kenneth Glenn Earning and Saving !
h off, N.bon 1 track Hlneri H ThomM I.br 1 a. ; young p.ogl.'s ....II.. at T:10 Po NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR
Neon I I ,.pl..... .eI Blaoora.Bnokw lor'l ; Everett Shuler "Recrea- TAX DKED Fill N.. UMINolM.
Oct. 8.-Sermon subject tion". and J. T Godwin "Opportunities I. ambr *wil that James MrKnonuui .
AB R BH PO A 8Wrxltop '
"What Is the Church for Advancement" holder M aMJaiMarof City ofMlo.it 1
[ II.. .. 4 1 I S 0 Tax Ortlflcaw. Tortured 128(1. 1
T.'ThomM. rI. 1 O 1" 1 0 dated the Ird day 0' Jun.. A D. Dll 1...
I umL.; ; : i :1 1 : Zj I filed! Mid Certificate la my.office. .nd; I h.I .
; $
o da .D IleaUuw for 4ul flfod te IUMthmon MONKEY
rnnU. cfH : A : : : : j In .e.cordaMVUtU I.I ,. Sold f
:: :: Facelooks And Feels
.: Those; 0 Your Befter Better CaMlflcati! onhracra the following d.., .Ii,
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Hrwkar Ik I t I .d property situated to *.... Comity, .1" JUNGLE
N.nl. e .., .h.. I I I t 0 aCarat. Ida, to-wH; '
Ik. I (I t 0 'G I Lot 7. nik *. Floral. Park Pint AmMdt ,, THE U.S.

bl.hop, M .. _! ? 1.1.' When You Shave With This New I IGillette .Miami. Plat Owarr Bonk I.# Pan Dada.I RUM. In the.. Florida C.l) 01''
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Totab 10 I* -.anent of Mid property under a" FlorkleN Member
:1cI jungle Drive weston
the rrrtirirat. sand WM la UM name -
AD R BH PO A BMwtratta. of Unknown Vnl... Mid. Certificate ih.ll find tad ttaalk *t
af ..... .. 4 I 1 O b. Mdi.iMd arcordlna- law. ... M4. Potas M I a tHaaiMltad .
Harrow, M .. ...., I I 1 I S 0 .
.1Blade will IHIM Ihoivnn oa UM Illli day '"f Oc Bskway
0.Campb.ll. Ib .: 4 0 I t *I .1 sober IMS -
Ctonlnro/ ..... I t 0Che.htrti iJ': loth diy it September. A. 0IM II
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: :: I 0 4 e I E. II L.ATHIR.AN.:
PMd ik ...... ... I 0 T .1 Clerk of Circuit Court
Yatiaarf I f 1 tAadrnoa
If":: :::.::: 1 1 I 0 : (Circuit Court Dido Caanty Florida. EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING

N.l.o.O., Closings, p.!',..*-...:: S 1 : *1 S 6 J t .*a J J'J'oIo1a. At l/z Price!INdI Sept tt By III an.Oct.STEKRETT t. II 10. 1M9)NOTICS D 0

.......... _......It 1 IT 11 or APPLICATION FOR TAX I
61, DKKU-Ik.pM IT4M-Art. a( I MlNolle
Toning.I t aa a TI to ..rob, Mina thai Job L.
f service all
Prook.r | 0 I 1 1 I : 4 : anon holder of St. Ca. Tat CcrtlfkauNo. Prompt on
: Horaa ..::::::::::: 0 * y IITHI taiiiod the ttk day of August

% A. D I Ml. aaa Iliad Mm I. aw office. makes specializing on
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Mean ...n.. T. ThomM. I. .,lll ..a; MO.rlflcM. end has made application for tax dad to
H. Thomas: baM aa bait.off' HThoaiM .. be issued then o.. Said' C.rt/tleste ..wobneee automobile radios :
Cion off I N.Iana
str"kfat.. by H. Thmnc. *. by 0. ,* k4iTfalia'Gmeev.'' the following described proprly I.
T: UM County of Did. SUM of Fuxlda "
i Cloalr .r 4. by ", .100. II kit. off OClonlnm ., 'arW4ts/i6r$ tr i towltlIM
I /. 4 In.In.., off Ntlaoa 4 la { ateOp d II, Block |, llnra Nand, a Sub, L. c. Dodd
1 tenlnan lMla I pltch r> 0 Cloalanramplra. ;j Plat Book II, fan IT, la the County of <<
., Hlnw and Cln.oeaI..w. D..... stab of Florid. Flower Bldg.

AB X BH PO A "I'OR: you mB who want really The Mid e--ament wrtUteaM of lM\::J4.'i':ray tkaof andsthe as.. HorwMad. Flllridlo
Barrow M I S I JjlkCloalncrr -k !
Unknown.Unless
.. 0 t 1 III' r good-looking, comfortable la
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Mid Mrtlflrat. akall W ...ra.d
..... I t limit I ITuner's w
S shaves at a big saving a.-dial to law. Uw property doMribMth.r.1.
O. Cair.pb.IL Ib I 8. I ..
will MM to tile klddarat
the best new In You can i highest
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CkMhln. e. J :
the Court How done the tint aI
...... with Otllett\ oa Funeral Home '
Smith. af 4 ? hav* a geiraio Blade- day la the moan of Nomatar IMt whMto
MMntu. If "- I I .I t ..,precision: made to 6t your ruor the atk dar of November. IMt.ftoto .
:
Ywngri. -.a this loth daf of SnH-oihw IMS.B. SERYICILady
AMhrM* al "' S I t INakwa tcactly...andpa y only lee fat 41 R. LEATHEaMAPI.Clark II KE AMBULANCE

P : :.:. _4 _S J S Th new Thin Gillette la mad ofasyAwxing of Clrc.lt Co.rt, Attendant 1

Total.. ... _.4S 0 Taw 14 1a steel laud enough to clalt SaleDada eoa..,. Flottda. '

--Brookrr out, JntarfaraiMa.wraaaat cut glass Whafs more,tt has edge ( Sy f: O. STIRRUP 0. C.Sept. Phone 4-R HnmesterdFU.EDWARD .

of an entirwly mew Iliad that stand ( ... 99 1 0e1. I. 'I, I...,. .'
AB R BH PO A CWHtkop.
al I t t up for one wU shave after another.
T. ;i" ,: : 0 J JC Buy of Thin i

SalUVat. If CUMta* &00ayeaw dealer today
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.v T\ft1'n1' TOE LEADER-UNTBJIPIBB Friday; Oetobep fl, 1.'
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one cr. Lot season at the Mae
LOCAL FRUIT
tine, the price WH around 42.43
.. Lori than 350 run of Florida e
citrus had moved out of the state
(Continued from Page One) up to early this week,further demo '
f, ready thlpp4 have proven "'tab coursing effectiveness of the LI
but many grower are becoming"Jittery" : new law to restricting shipment FRR
In the MM the prices at the beginning of the season,
win take a sharp drop due to the Last season up to Oct. 1, there had
start of the Mt>plnf season In the been 1,611 can shipped
central and northern pert of tte I I Search of the records for five I
state today and tomorrow Mr. yean failed to show
any
Cox uldDuring' ether $4-r: box price tot Florida I Golden Key or Silver Cow
the put week grapefruit grapefruit on the New York auction -
has been averaging ".50 In the market except one lot of eight 3 Tall
North, with about half that price can which brought $U8 on October ,
going to the grower, It wu it- 11, 1933. It was the only MILK 19cICoifEEE
ported time that season the price went Cans
Lowered nil rate for Texas ever the $4 figure however.No .
fruit moving to the Southeast,Mid- one) U expecting the price to
dbwett and Wen win lure a sizeable -I remain at ill present level, .fi or CHASE & SANDORN
amount of grapefruit trade j i course, but there are many states -
way from SoutH Dad shippers I meat that there should be ne nosedive Lb. Can
and possibly win be taitrumenUl as volume Increase The 24c
in keeping down local price,In the grapefruit crop both in Florida and
opinion of Mr. Carter."Approximately I Texas will be much ehorter thisyear orPkg; .
em-fourth of tending to keep up the price.
the Sooth Dade yield has been Camera find themselves with a
sent to the Went and Middle est,"t consumes demand which.has practically MedalKitchen Phillips Fancy
Mr Carter tald. "With the new" :I emptied warehouses both In Tested Grain
Long
rail rates In affect buyers Florida and Twtaa I Pork &: Beans
will seek the Texas naturall'j I While no official report arc
compare In quality with compiled an f. a b. *ale price FLOUR201b.bas7c No. Z% Cans
The other three-fourthi has betlllit 'being paid in Florida for grapefruit 2for RICE51bs..23C
to eastern and central state*,]I many reports were being' .17CFREE
where the majority of the large I heard of grapefruit bringing $1 to
market dispose of the fruit ky j I S1.M per box on the tree,depending '
auction. Western fruit auction,, on grade and slM. Such pricesare CREAM PITCHERwith
are comparatively few.* Justified, U hi believed! by the Eatwtll
The new rail rate, tor one and auction figure
three-dfthi bushel container, are Sardines Omaha Self-Rising
In fore for movement find Hrlington CORNKKtleinx
Welfare
Body to Spend
Crystal City MC! Laredo
Texa Typical reductlota are a. $1,600 on poor ChildrenThe No.1 tall can .c Flour
follows:to Natchez,Min.tIe from ; 2pkgs. _.2Sc '
llIe; Little Rock, lOa fro" Tic, South Dade Welfare Board : "
Kansas City lie from(Jc; Omaha, held Its first meeting of the year : County Kist 51b.bag.19c101b.bag..37c
lOCI from $I; Oklahoma City, etc I last Friday and discussed plans for .
from 7>o; Dodge City x...., 77e the expenditure of approximately : PEAS 2 eus CookedMacaroni
from f Ml:Denver,Ht from$U1; $1,400 for faedy'children of"tile for
Salt Lake City, SI.44 from $1M I district It was decided to turn the : f
Rates to points within Texas are Ube ,work of administration of the *! CORNGold J"C 201b.bag.65c |
reduced proportionately, It wai:I fund over to the Pirent-Teacher] Can .
-4c 1
reported, 'Association of each school
1 Charles H. Stetftnl!, secretaryof TRY 730COFFEE
I the board, said the organization OctagonSOAP Stoklcy8 Finest
FLORIDA CROP hat been allowed appropriation
of $175 i month by the Dade : or fnWDEK PumpkinlNo.2Kom.I2cl
County Community Cheat The
(Continued from Pap On) ,money will be used for the pur
H T K-1XA. CITRUS CROPH chase of milk and food for underprivileged 31arge..l3cFresh : : lb. .-....:I5C S
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UN and ten can of Indian children and for providing
River fruit brought M.43. examination and treatment -
Orange prices Uo started off for eye and teeth.
buoyantly, although: shipments Other members of the board besides Tokay Sylvan FarmsButter
have been mull ao tar. New York Mr Steffanl are Mayor Tom
took three can at 1310 per box Harris John S. Peters and George GRAPES2lbs. lb. 31c
and Baltimore paid $3 M a box for'Crswshaw. ,


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Swift's Premium Chuck

1939 New CropTOMATO IcebergLettuce
Beef Roast, lb. 27cDexter

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.. 2 heads -.17C SlicedBacon

-CLICK'SGrothen Fancy; York lb. 25c [

Globe .
Cooking .
MarglobeImproved Assorted Target.Corned .

1 Rutgers APPLES5Ibs..I7c Cold Cuts I Beef

( Special Stock Buist Globe : :
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lb. .....--25c Per can ..JSC:

FERRY-MORSE :)t'. Fresh
: Boned and RolledVeal

; Grothen Globe PRUNES21bs.11c i it Roast "lb. 29cFresh

:" MarglobeRutgers ) I

Baltimore
Pritchard's Scarlet Golden Rip I
Topper Standard .._..5'C
BANANASStrawberrieg
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KtLLE'S Oysters

Grothen-Globe '":'.,'( : 31k.JLc:: Selects ..........7 5c



X ; ,;"r' .-] Kraft Velveeta 2 IA

LmPfCSTON'3 ',I i C ESE Boy. 4Sc'',

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OW Glebe '!i. "
Local Fresh Dressed : 1 ". Jb. 1

Margtefee sag. .....38c 1 J
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*> FryersRoasters
SSe f::1 1
Hector Supply Co. Rasberries

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HOMESTEAD FLA. II I :: 'Pk g. .. 25c I J

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