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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 1936
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: UF00087294:00092
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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COMMUNIST I No Value on Life in Communist I MIAMI VIA NORTHERN KEYS :

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CLUB DENIED For a solid hour members-of-worth of individual,, while the New Members Greeted Causeway From Arsenickt t\\

the Redland District Who Club Communist in theory goes so tara By District Governor er Keys to Take Highway r
and their guests: listened in rapt to advocate: equality of reward to Old Rhodes

attention Tuesday night to an address baaed on needs of Individual In Millard Davidson, governor of t

BUILDING .USE on "Comparative Governments practice, however both groups the 88th (Florid) district of THIS SECTION WEU ;
of Today" delivered by carry out a program which wbUld
Rotary International, welcomedtour .
Carl Wagner, principal of Redland, Indicate that only the elite should new member Into. the TREATE!) IN PLANS

School be given any consideration, he Homestead Rotary Club when he 1

Letter to Trustees Said. Mr. Wajner[ who toOkWIt pointed out ,pall( his' official vI.ilhll club Planning Board;, PresentsSix
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course In compttttUve ftovtrrM 'Me summed up the advantages arrahged evening
Objects of Meetings lilt specialty)! Year Program toCommission 1
ment whitt! at fcutttnet school this ot a parliamentary government meeting Wednesday rtlghi They

Not Loyal year, surprised his audience withan such a* the United Slates has I wets T. B fjranthlim, Gordon .4
analysis showing that in practice which U distinguished from dictatorships Ivey, L. B. Summers and Herbert -
IMPLIEDTEACHINC'DEOAKED then ii really Itttl difference by the recognition that Turner. All but Mr. Orantham The Miami South Dadf-t,.El. .
ABSURD between Fascism\ and Communism certain Inalienable rights ot the were former members Dr. J. A.Smith liott's Key ocean view loop drive :
both of which are based people exist upon which the another former member and a full list of other projects '
an intolerant dictatorship In which government not only Is not to who hat rejoined the club was In which the south end of Hade ;
Meeting of Group Started human life and happiness have Infringe but, moreover I II boundto unable to be present on account Cbunty figure prominentlv. submitted -

While Principal at no absolute value. protect He pointed out that of I call on his professional *erVfcM. by the Dade County r-i.inning t
Summer School The Fascist, he slid, den** that both Cbmmunirt and Fascist dtoUtorshlp board to the county commission .

there I* any equality "of ,the had their 01'1,11tn I 'After an tnsplrlnl speech at Wednesday, are part 'itcountywide a .

:XbL oly foundation for the 14- murder and mthless disregard .n cpeft membership meeting' \ program of federal ,J
IpgatiasiRedland School Children STANDINGROOMONLY I lot humafr ttto"ejtd'liberty, and District JoVernor Davidson ton project planned for a period 1
Taught Communism," I* car- referred to the many Italian who 'ducted a dub assembly period covering the next fix: years In /''
ried In streamer type across the faced a firing quad or the vol- attended by the officer and com compliance with a request mate !
front page of I local throwawaysheet AT SESSIONDEMOCRAT canic heat of Italy's Island prison mittee chairmen who received I by the stale planning board, J.
early in August, was the for thinking differently form Mussolini many valuable Suggestions In D. Redd of homestead, member 1 1
fact that a boys' club later suspected the hundred of thousands response to questions as to ways of the county planning board, said ,
of Communistic leanings CLUB only recently liberated from German and meant bf promoting the highest yesterday. 'I''

held Bight meetings lit concentration camp tor opposing degree ot tlub and commu-I the magnitude tf the proponed j I
the Redland School auditorium, -- Hitler and the millions of nit) Service.FIRST federal aid improvement It not
for about two month In the summer Campaign HeadquarterstoBeOperied Russian literally Starved to Seal too visionary when It f*
of 1835, an Interviewer learn- Monday to the liquidation of the Kulaks realized that long range planning !1
| and the million Who are In slavery PRIZE WON\ 1
ed from Principal Carl Wagner MFloWergBMg.Enthusiast Is In mind, not project proposed '
and m frigid Siberia
Tuesday night i Imprisoned for completion next year, .:'
A member ef the Redland --- BY AVOCADOS OFFLORIDAGROUP Mr. Redd pointed out.
p school faculty met with the club !* talk and StandIng Mr. Wagner$ kddrvs In full i A dyke that would pkntect ,
one bight before It* object had room only marked a tnetting follow:
of the South Dade DemocraticClub against salt water overflow i
been made clear, but did not at
thi xpotiUoh I I. m the nature the glade, farm lands from the
tend any more meetings, Ind, la the Homestead city ball :
of I summary Of the material covered Cohnett place south of Cutler to
Wednesday hlght _
when Mr. Wagner returned front this past summer in two the point ...hentI.. Oversea !
summer school sod Investigatedthe Speakers, who Included Wm courses In the field of comparative Check for $20 Receivedby Highway leave the mainland at I '
nature of the club he asked tferrln, Secretary to CongressmanJ.
,government Duke C
University. Card Point, would provide the S
that It be ''denied the Use ot the Mark "WIlcox; Fred Itennlng, The Instructor had Just returned Secretary of Asso- roadbed for bayshort highway s.'

auditorium in a letter dated Oct. county campaign chairman of from Europe where he had lived ciation Here that the Dade county planningBoard
28. 1031, and addressed to Chas. the u ado County Democratic/ and studied till subject for some fuopoftei U link Into k .
Cox, J. R. Hickion, and D. E. executive committee Wm. Har- 1
: two years altogether. He gave First prize, chock for 120, was loop bark to Miami by way of tho
Bashor, school truate It ton. die and Judge Daniel C. Oaten of tifly-six ninety-minute lectures received yesterday by the florid keys between Key Largo and MI-
lows In part. Miami and George L. Swan ofRedland and required the class to read all Avocado Association for the best ami Beach the Dade "
"The object of this letter U to stressed the import+ihce "tofJ I
International
version of the subject. The works display of avocado at the : county commissioner was ,
ask to refuse to permit theIsm of voting the "straight" Democratic
you -
6f Hitler, Mussolini, and Stalin Horticultural Wednesday by George E Mer-
of the school building a* a 1 ticket "from president to were studied Just as carefully aswere 1 tion held In Chicago Sept EXJIOII.I rick, creator of Coral Gables whh'
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1 meeting place for tht group of constable. those of their bitterest critics.There ,! Judging was baited on th I* chairman of the planning
boy who have been meeting In Mr. Swan told bf the prosperity was even more time devoted j ber Of varieties exhibited and on board. ,
our audlt l1U/11. I make this he had Men evident Iii buildIng to the writings of then recognised I the appearance and quality of I The loop back to Miami would I
request for the following reason: under way In evtFy hamlet, I I
to have approached the subject the fruit Eleven varieties were begin at a point on the shoreline -
"The object of their meetings town and city he hid visited during -
from a scientific and disinterested:exhibited by the Florida association that would be nearest bi Ar- I
if not clear and there exist a hit summer vicatlon. New -1 I i' '
Viewpoint.
| senlcktr Key two mangrove j
doubt a* to'tte loyalty of the Deal critic art finding It hardto
I correct erroneous lit a letter which accompaniedthe Island few mile
wishto an I I covered t southeast -
principles; which they are discussing. make their lampoon stick h. I
said, because of the evident prosperity and most tdijutt impression which check received bjr Mr. W. )1 of the mouth of the Florida}
a few uninformed people have to Krorne a* secretary-treasurer City Canal. A causeway southeast -
t; 'I understand that an they and those about them I
on '1\1) the effect that university instruct-I| the association O. T. Ilcnkte I of Arsenlckrr Key would
(Continued Page ire enjoying ai compared with
or* are a bunch of "wild eyed'Communists. ..wrote asking that the Florida span the bay to Old Rhodes Key, 1
the financial Itr j
Fans marked the end nrul.tiolwhlcb of Hoover Republican Nothing could bej I| Avocado Association make plant I the next large key. north of Key 1 ,;
Marksmanship further from the truth. There now to take part in next year's I Largo, from which It I* divided by

IC To Organise Gun Club It was era announced that Homestead (Continued on Page Four) exposition. Broad Creek, Angelfish (Creek
'Dtmocratib headquarters and intervening small mangrove
Prganliation of gun club will would be Monday In islands formed by crU-croxtlng
opened the
Homestead Farming Area Given Boost
be attempted I meeting of Flower building E. C. hronl.ter .- minor creeks.A .
marksmanship fan to be held In Tom Theus McKinley Har- filghway to be built >long
In Farm Journal) Widely Read Magazine
the Wilson Toomer Fertilizer dee, Mrs. Dan Roberta and Mr*. I Old Rhode Key to Elliott' Key
house tonight at I o'clock. AH men via t bridge serous Caesar
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in the Redland District InterestedIn The Homestead farming area Is North and settle In Florida permanently Creek, and northward through
competitive shooting art Invited played up In "an article In the the Farm Journal (.,.. EUl tt'* Key would provide tit
to attend. Ira Haycock Replaces October Farm Jburntl. a national The) Value of the article In attracting I'I II mile ocean view drlv. A
At a meeting last Friday the McCaskill aa AttorneyThe magazine for farm and home,under possible future settlers to proposed toll bridge and highway .
jxiiibllltles of obtaining enough I the title, "The Yank Are Coming". this Section .Ik Indicated by the fact would span the water gap be-
property for I rang was dl_ resignation of George E. The author I* J. Francis Cooper, that South Dude Farm Inc., mentioned -I I tween Elliott' Key and rape '
I McCaskill M city attorney was agricultural editor bf: the University In tht article, ha already Florida, the southern tip of Key
ed.R & Dunn, member of the til- accepted by the city council at of Florida received more than thirty Inquiriesand ,i Biscayne, and the highway would
ami Gun and Rifle dub la. behind an adjourned Meeting Monday The "Yank com down to they continue to come In at' proceed north along the ocean to e.
the movement. Henry; night, and Ira C. Haycock, another farm In the winter, white their the rate of four or five I day. | Virginia Key. From that pofflt!
Brooker, Jr. also a member of i Miami lawyer wss appointed to{ northern farm art putting on win- The Farm Journal articjt follows, I I the final link in the loop would
the Miami club. to another backer succeed him at another adjourned I ter blanket, and not Infrequently "Not.U northerners who go to be I causeway across the bay to
of the local organization meeting tot night I they dispose of their, ojdi! >gi back (Continued on Page Two) | (Continued en Page Eight)




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Homestead Farming Area Given Boost t TIIS WEATHER: Human Security.Week to Call Attention

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In Farm Journal, Widely Read :Magazine, DD IM-axis alatkta, A.e..tw.ial Barl PI., Ace...Ii.i I Of Floridians to Proposed Amendment "


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(Continued from Pale 1) ( little cultivation was practiced, The citizens of Florida I acquire from their own efforts. la
Florida for the winter art pleasurebent the tomatoes being set In thef Sept. 25 .. .._ 13 OS 10.92 .0 |I II dentand the absolute Importance I passing his Act," Mr. Donn continued
Increasing number o cleared raw land. It wa necessary Sept 27 __ _\ 811 n .11 of proper welfare legislation to "tke federal government
northern farmers who want to I to place a good handful of Sept. 28 .__ 83 58 11.I5 insure permanently the did not take full financial responsibility .
spend the winter in the salubriousfllmate I manure along with each tomato Sept 211 ...... ,I 88 10 211.II4 j of those residents of our. I for the granting of this :
of southern Florida the Sept 10 .----1 110 811 211.II5 .U't! ItCUrlty. assistance but
main I,lor plant would not grow through physical or placed a certain
a business proposition of It i I Manure became more and more;'I I Oct I _...1 82 811 211.84 fortune, are dependent on amount of the burden on the hates
"Each year about October or i scsrce and high In price. dil consciousness of their government I themselves
November many of them pack: "Most of the northern farmer Chevrolet Expects New tot their well being. "It would be utter foU,." he ;
farm Implement and famlllei into' who come to southern Florida for Sales Record for Trucks This statement wa made yesterday concluded "to pas up this oppose '
truck and head for the land of:1 the winter grow the came kind i II by James Donn of Miami tunlty of securing over $2,500,000
|run.hlne, where they grow win of vegetable crop they produce I Detroit, Oct. 1-Sale* of Chevrolet who wa recently appointed by a year of federal fund for this.
ter crop' of potatoes, tomatoes,. back home. Naturally, production I truck: during the curren t, Governor Dave SholU a* chairman purpose. I would like to call on
bean and other crop to feed method In Florida differ from 1 I j year have shattered all previous; of the committee In charge of arrangements every citizen of Florida to realize
the hungry million Incidentally those back home, and the wise, truck records in Chevrolet history for Human Security fully his. responsibility in bringing
;they hope -seldom In vain-to grower follows pretty closely the W. E FIsh, commercial car Week, which has been designatedby this permanent financial aid .. ito
fenhance the bank account before practices current In the area manager, announced this week. the governor as the week of Oct the needy of the state and to
their northern farm have thawed where he Initiate activities As ober 11-18. take advantage of Human Security ,
Sufficiently to permit resumption time goes on he may substitute Sale to date since Jan 1 have Mr. Donn, who I II also chairmanof I Week as designated by the governor I
pt> crop activities there. some kind of his own and find totaled more than 25 per cent the state board of social welfare to clarify In their own mind ;
above those for
them superior, but in the beginning the same period what this would directly
from Maauchu program mean j
'They come last added that the full resource of the
and more than IT j
'aetu, Connecticut New York It 1 Is well to "do a* Floridians cent year above per state wef are board would be placed or indirectly, to every citizen
those for the corresponding "
do." Since potatoes are one of the of Florida. J
Jennsylvanla
Ohio Michigan, which i
behind the program primarily -
In
1 period 1929 the all-
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North Dakota Montana Missouri crop, natural concerned with arousingthe
time record he said.
year $
find farmer from Half Way Oat
Georgia, and other itate They principal "The outlook for truck business Interest of Florida voters In
!may' settle nearly anywhere Insouthern I northern potato area, but strangely continue ratifying the security: amendmenton Southern mistress (to colored i
Florida, but the enough few from Maine. good. There i* every maid): "I had thought of giving J
majority reason to expect I new all-time Nov. 1, which assure state participation
pf them gravitate to the region "There1 W. P. Sheridan of mark In the public assistance you this blouse this morning, but 1
high/ at the end of the cur-
round Homestead south of MI'kml Mlddteton Massachusetts, who rent titles of the social security act then I recalled that you were dressed
or to the Everglade welt ofPalm bring his own equipment, rent year. "At the present time the constitution -I in mourning, and It would be
Beach. Latterly the tendenry his land, and grow potatoes, of Florid forbid the legis too bright for you to wear."
has Increased to trek toward beans and squath. Another rent Elbert Froscher Goes To lature's appropriating funds for Magnolia' reply: "Now ain't
the lower West Coast, between! er la J:. H. King, Long Island New Miami Area of F.P. & L. lief purposes! ," Mr, Donn stated. dat funny? Ah says tq mahself jest
Bradenton and Fort Myer I. York, who had 120 acre In potatoes This amendment, which re-I this mawnin ma'am' Ah believe I
"They find productive soils at and 150 acre In bean and Transfer of Elbert M. Froscher, formally known a* Ah'tt go out of mawnin' today
Ither place. Around Homestead I lima during the 1935-86 season.W. assistant to Roy Chandler Red- to Section S, Article 13, of the state from de wall' up."-Ex: ,
the fertile Eat Glade I* utilized. L. Shoemaker also from New land District manager of the constitution, will enable the legislature I
It I* 4 vast expanse of prairie or York ha bought some farm land, Florida Power & Light Co. to to make available state READ THE WANT ADS
glade land consisting of I layerof I own I home In Coral Gables, and i iIi. the Miami area was announcedthis funds for the matching of federal
alkaline marl soil to I depthof well on the way to becoming week John Graves, who ten fund for participation in the pub- A BETTER LAXATIVE :;s
from six Inches to three feet a "native" of the section yean ago wa connected with the lic assistance titles of the social security Prompt thormnih, plaaahan'ltfonnhif -
Underlain by calcareous material "Florida spud grower obtain Homestead municipal light and act."When ant ..... ..111..me'*non-mat
Which la almost pure calcium their teed potatoes from other water department, will succeed the national congress our to l. with a "BCMJS
carbonate states to insure freedom from Mr. Froscher. passed the social security act at: ]onto. .ullon.oan make imxtont It. That aietvne.
Mr. and Mrs. Froacher will Its last It that ta KM Cnm .....1.. TabteU. J
'Mott of these Yankee farmers disease. That fact gave Jeff Baldwin continue session meant the. I' TIM f._ Root OroM- + ,
runt land for the tint few an Idea, to he grow seed to reside In the Redland federal government had fully recognized mark on tti. .parka lagour !
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vrnr.. but many of them owns potatoes In and tr.et"ntgY MmpA. .n lt X/
Considerable acreage In Florida Montana and sells them In Dade that part of the nation's citizenry, i i Writ.: Red CrnM TABI13{
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flOSome own home in Ml- county, Florida. lie plant some potato producing state probably who,through no fault of their own. j' rkMnvlll, n.., nmkrnt .
nmi md other cltle Not Infrequently of him. own seed, too each winter. will place representatives there. were dependent upon aSlI.tance'other ,, ; II'CRub-'' Oman for M10Med.R.d Uiwctl-
'i they dispose of their "So brisk has become the de- This winter Mr. Weston plan to than that which they could i| i I.r Pain.: IM cram dim ana :Fever T.....

holdings back North and settle mand for farm land to be rented plant 33 acre with North Dakota
In Florida permanently. by northern farmers that the seed spud In experimental plot
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One of the most uccefful South Dade Farm Company, with The company ha turned over to I '
Yinktv, farmer, W. J. Vkk of headquarter In Miami and Homestead him three plots of different types I "
;Ohir< I hi, limit not only his equip-\ has begun the practice of of soil.'y"t.
on' in hul alto moat of his labor. clearing and breaking hundred
of acre of land each fall and renting -
:Fn."' or +lx Ohio famllle are I
pre\ ,urged to spend the winter In It for truck crop production. I pD9
,florid because he use their labe They expect to build house on 1 I n, the, II
i in the production of I variety some of their farm, and rent both
of vegetable He own land and house for the winter.So : -I

190 ,sent in the Homestead area, when the Yank get to
which, "IN not quite half I' large Florida, those who have made
I' all 400-acre farm In the Buck- advance arrangement will find r
ieyci state the land all broken and everything
'Mr. Vlck practice dlvenlfltcatlon ready to start right In plantIng RPALM
of crop and profit by It ipud The company controls I E
!When tempted to plunge on one between 25 and SO square
Jcrop, which so many truck growers miles of land. For its regular
do. he remember there has tenants It grow cover crop on
never been I year when he ha the land during the summer,
failed to make money on his dltvenlfled when these are desired. Company
crop Although he may office In Miami are used a* a .
[not have waxed fabulously richgm clearing house for service needed
any one crop he has never by tenant, such a* making
{lost his shirt a* tome other have. credit arrangement, correspondence GeneralPubJic
Within the last five or six yean and similar activities.
ith glade land around Homestead "The North Dakota Seed Commission Utilities
sus been developed into a center has assigned Mr. J. E.
tot potato production, where form Weston to the exclusive service
ty It was used almost exclusiveEr of South Dade Farm tenant Homestead Phone .os.M
for growing tomatoei. Very during the winter, and other seed

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PlantingWe bringing to you the broadcast of the World'
Greatest
Sporting Event-toe World Serie for

1936.Yon are cordially Invited to be oar'guest

It the** broadeMt at the time and place listed

have a New Stock of Tomato, Pepper. Cabbage and other Vegetable below. Toe broadcasts will be beard ore the
1936 Ford Radio and yon will hare a chance
Seed for Fall Planting We also have Redland Brand Fertilizers for to Judge Its clear, 'all-,_. reception. Don't

Every Purpose. Use Redland Brand for Quality and Quantity. mite POOL the: World Serb. Coma M oar welcome



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Manufacturtn Redland Brand Fertilizers

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South Dade county gets some very fine advertising in
the October number of the Farm Journal under the above

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it has attracted the attention of many potential substantial r

citizens for this area because since the article appeared our

office has received some thirty letters of inquiry and is continuing -

:, .'f I' -- to receive them at the rate of four or five a day.. ,

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The rest of the country realizes the demand for winter

.vegetables there will be in a nation whose supplies of foodstuffs

have been depleted by almost country-wide drought
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have planting under way. If you have not made arrangements

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THE LEADERENTERPRISIPublished No Value on Life in CommunistOr method the tar .brush.doJ1hOlt I it s "sometime who the- > ...


Friday at Horn Fascist Regime, Lions Are Told 4g T\ Little divert would attention imwoacloijju from, some perhaps*e*, : I

1Ut... fit., by the Booth Dad rlous deficiency in their owrl. .: '.., .
Publishing C*. -' character or paste > ..
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f I (Continued From Page One) Insure the continued existence of rJ/7: Bird .

PEN ARCHER .........l4Itor may possibly be a few Communists that government In the face of dangers -
teaching In our American universities from the outside The dic- Told Usthat -that Landon in his speeches

Entered u second clan mal' but I have failed to set even' tator was usually appointed for sounds too much like a school boy '

Walter Merck ... 1>11, at the 9office -, one. All those with whom I have a period of six months, and out of who had learned his o.tlOIIe', "* "
at Homestead Florid, ands|, come Into contact have been intelligent eighty-nine case in Roman history -- ter perfect but lacked the tone :.1

IB* Ml .f Much I W". sane, and able defenders of:' no dictator overstayed appointment M appraiser of conviction necessary to win '! If'1
parliamentary government and \his" appointed time. Cincinnati the vote of the judges
bank puts one In a _
real Amertosjnljm was a commission dictator too a defunct \h:
gUB Rice ,1.1 TSAR most advantageous position to -
There have been time In thehistory i Th second kind ot dictatorship increase his realty holdings Thirdly the Fascist are extremely ,
of this country when I* that referred to a* the sovereign nationalistic while the flet
If Fire StrikesWhen and writer could UM the dictatorship They were appointed -
speakers -that a young lady whose name be a difference between the Communists etp
term Americanism and have by the constituting authority
some
itrlkei be calm It you describes a flowing body of water and Fascists on the mat.
lire lit. That sage ad' degree of a..ur.ncehat those addressed Instead of the constituted authorityor I Ia going to forget she I* a lady ter of the ownership of property
value your 'Safeguarding would have a fairly uni- existing government They also one of these days if the,male Inmates and the rights of profits In So- : 1
via.' I Ia given by had commission and
ol were legally
form concept of the meaning
of certain y-chan.- I
Fire. a mon viet Russia there I. no legal provision I
America Against the term. Unfortunately, this Is responsible to, and bound by the off
ing Institution don'tII, for the ownership of property .1.1iJ
Should your clothe become lgnltid not true it the present tlmt i existing social system of ,
about the Alleged attentions s. or the right to take profit
drop to the floor and will roll cutoff \Into The word Americanism baa been I The present day arbitrary\ dictatorships prominent local insurance agent from the labor of another person. iJ JI''Ill.
.i rug or blanket That used, misused abused are different In most *
so recklessly Theoretically this privilege exist .
the supply of oxygen one distorted end twisted in meaning I respects from any other form of -that th property owner who refused In Italy and Germany; but In "
mother the flames Thousand! by certain unprincipled speakers government hat has ever exlatedbefol'l. to co-operate in the blind practice these two nations have :
with panic, have The Communist dictatorship -
of people Insane and writers, that speaker drive last must have :1j
any I corner year arrangements which nullify! the j
bla.thr' I 11.
fanning the In Soviet Russia and the Fascist -
run thus Who proposes to use the term *, queer feeling in the pit of his djp.Uge of the Individualistic
\ tout of their lives. should him meaning t the I I dictatorship in Italy and t
define accident
stomach" U and when a fatal system. They are nationalizing
tr you are In a public buildiniwhen start No matter how eloquent- Germany are the best known examples occurs because the trees on I property at a rapid rate, and thegovernments

the fire alarm sounds Walk, remember ly one may be defending or eulogizing I of this II'WbIrd type of one of his corner hide tile 'p"I resort to periodic1government IIII
the old adage: dictatorial government There
Americanism the shadow proach of sudden death from the loan which people are
A
don t run, to the nearest exit" be cast the individual art a few minor distinction between Forced J
of suspicion may en occupants of two automobiles to make. The government
legion of live have been unnecessarily -i who fall to Inform his these two sub-divisions I * keeps an accurate account ot the >

acrlflctd to panlc-strtcktn ilmlUr listeners of exactly what It I* toot' I First the fascist looks back to, and -tht the designating of through profit of *U individual and\ corporations IT
and
hotel to re-establish, ancient
moba In theatre, ht 1* extolling and praising. It attempt roads may fix the blame for auto and sees to it that these "
glories of his nation. Th Com-
bulldlngiIt Is defined and used here to Include : accident, but scrap book are full profit are'Invested In government! r 1>0
night and |look" Into the Indefinite
you waken at I all those principles| ) and practice I munlat At poem about !men who| had the loons which every one know will "t .1
t of ,
TUB tooth a sort Utopia\
*
mill smoke, DON'T OPEN which I are necessary for tht continuation vague right of way but are populating never be repaid. With those ml- ." 11
li vltal-to open I which has never been clearly described e!
DOORI! That and
of parliamentary government graveyards Just the same. nor unimportant theoretical
the door may permit auper-heated and our American rnstltutlons t difference tn( mind, w* shall speak ..,, e.
air and fume to entel,4 smother of the Church, home school Secondly the )Fascist of denies -that waving the red flag and of the Communist and Fascist dictatorship ''r" p.tl.
hand that there Is any equality the
you. First place your and industry It i* Inconceivable a* being essentially '" tlcJ
hot worth of Individuals The Communist -
on the door to fee if It feel that our system could continue Identical and treat them M luch.
In theory so far as Comumnisti advocated Internationalism ," cIi
slightly,, goes
It
If 1Ia tool, open very without degree of toleration
averted. It you some to advocate equality of reward This distinction no Parliamentary Government 1 Iie IiC
with your fact against It,, among our people. The minority based on needs of Individual. In longer exist to any marked degree Parliamentary government I* ,. Iia\
"firo-prellure"
feel must be willing to allow the majority -
seek another practice however, both groups carry [ because Soviet Russia has that system of government which 'r'J
close It at once and to TUl. and the majority out a. program which would Indicate become more and) '!\o'e'nationalistic I allows people to rule themselves d" IIC\
ot exit
of mlnorl-
means must respect the right that only the elite should in practice. by the free election of represents* cA,
Even ai M per cent ot fire can lie*. Parliamentary government begiven any consideration. Fourthly there 1* supposed to (Continued on 1"11 Six)

be prevented through the exercise could L"O exist without freedom,..o! ,
of simple precautions, o can ninety speech, freedom 01 the press, an.. "It+ tI

111'be per cent saved of the--If live we now don't lost get In do the not right wish to the assemble state to American dominate. m f LOP 112Ar x'11 1 j.V t I@ ;qJl l't'ROW00CTQOS rA 21B>

exiited Knowledge 01I few I the church school, the horn,* 01ndustry J'

rudimentary fact, such ai those These represent the fun ; tlCli
\ "'
given above Plus presence of daraental foundations of American \: PI/KEpIN : I

mind makes the beat lift saver 01all Ism M they have existed from the .....' fi.OR/LJA-' .. .'#1 tl'
earliest period of our history ; :): ; ". t '"

Fire may break out In your HypothesesIn C MaIkGAt4CNIKr.trJw' .' : ;" s t,
+ t
.
In a ww t a at ta
home. your place of business order to logically suggest .r

building or theatre you are In at conclusions In an exposition In the ::;: ', US/MISS QT7MS..HO&D/ :.;::: J. .---.- "f. ta:

ant time. When It does, keep field government, it I* not only .. If: ...:;- ,:
calm think and then act. necessary to examine certain pertInent C
fact and Interpretations 01 .

""* We don't know one millionth of actual material, but it Is also 0b'Jt
necessary to posit certain hypotheses .
one per cent about anything Why. from which the conclusion
,' don't t know what water 1I
w even 1I
may be drawn In the light of the
i' We don't know what gravitation factual material!
It W* dont know what$
enabler: ut to keep on our feet, to, It assumed that democratic or I t,
stand up. We don't know whit more accurately parliamentary i t.
electricity b W* don't know what ) government is approved and deilrable I a
hen It We don't know anything Secondly it It assumedthat orII

about magnetism. Wt have a lot our institutions of the home '7 AV OV.rP- c
.
of Ivypotliese but that la all Were school church, and industry, are I
a{ RMCC BAsS rz
'R "INGo..rX.4C1ZV
fundamentallyacceptable Thirdly -
lust emerging from the chimpanzee i
state mentally.-Thomas A. it Is taken for granted that the PIG So4N- 8S, h"E G I

Eduort. teachings of Christ with particular CAST' t

reference to the Golden Rule, are Jew .L ,

This being the time when the still considered by good Americans Ola.(4GtYA1' 1J'
coming election ls the main topicof to have practical value in the solution

talk It la fitting to revive the of our social and politics .
problems Finally this thesis I
partially
story of old Pop Jackson opinion
ot the contesting parties and their rests on the assumption 01 'JJ

candidates Pop was the town the validity of self determination 'Ir
character-shiftless and good-for- and the absolute value of human
... '
lift
nothing "But like *o many of J't
his kind, Pop has tots of time for A small part ot the people livIng ,.
thinking and from his idle In the world todaji accept these y

thoughts, there came often, sound hypotheses, while a majority of ,
bit of philosophy Although he the nations of the world reject II'J
them. On a basis ot their
was rather a U.blUlthan an asart acceptance
to the community, when election or rejection of these democratic cisIce
time time around a* was principles, present d.ylOvw 'JJ
much sought alter by both parties, 'crnmrnt*, art divided Into two C/liY./1 t

for Pop Jackson's vote counted group, parliamentary governments f

very bit a* much In the returns and dictatorship e

.a did the vote of Cornelius J. DsrtattnhlMDictatorships I7
Vanderquack, the president ot the have been known
election dace ancient tune, although present
bank day ws approaching
and Pop had expressed day dictatorship\ are entirely f

p\la opinion publicly, as to his in- .'different from those ot the put. I
tantl nl. This wa unusual, for Hit earliest and most commonly;
I known dictatorship wa the commission -
Pap was ordinarily toquoclou on
question ot public affair. On form. It wa used In .. Row 111, Ii

the day ot the election however, I time ot crisis by the constituted Dt1NEDIT. ricumu tit !fee***! tv, The :
white on his way to the poll, he I towrnment V.> mart effectively aecompliment .f TAKING TWO BAS$ f.
"Well H* cum JI> wet Qaa.fYr( Vprdd'e u* !\ OF EXACTLY THE SAME WEIGHT ON /
wa stopped by a crony manufacturers .f fruit, tad vegetable packing CAST I it
J Pop," said the crony1 set you I the Republican give me three dol- a most wuroal feat. While 0)t
officials
equipment High at foreign Lake
, finally flggered out how you goin'to I If Ian to vote their ticket. The crony gonrnnent Polnsttt Mar Cocoa a party from
vote" Pop scratched his head I irlnned. "So you're goin' to vote Interested la citrus culture come to this charming tiUs composed ef Dr. Ralph E. Smith Milt Rest .

f .Ye*.'. he drawled "I done a tot I ht Democratic ticket," ht said. little city been all parts .* the tart*. A* intuit,. 'wU Mat, aad Mr. Cha. Heddo... well PQ"'"* .,
at figuring an' I got It all fig.I'''No," replied Pop, -I flggered M the machinery of this Florida concern Is in opentioa :Bahlnf ta-kl* maaufactorer from DowagiM. .fiery ,

t g red out;" The crony waited for I I: ought to vote tht Republican la Japan Spain. New Zealand, England i igmn, wore gnatly surprised and astonished whets

Mm to continue. "You *tt," Pop I 1 ticket because, y'see, they're the Jamaica, Cuba, Isle tf Pkict Puerto Klc and I a fellow member tf the party Cart Smlti, sore

went on. "the Democrat give.tae J 1 cast oosrupl-CaJWd America *M J OWN CBlMtrit*. se d4 'l1 Wiles tq 1lri Iodates sl this "'"' j.I

f five dollars to vote the, ticket an'' I teavy Stuff a tp t\ 9a1 patifiaiepl' falsest,. .?

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Friday Oct. t. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pan Five


Social I}I.. to |* paid ft J tar ttetttaaury of I
Security Act and Florida r tilt Usuttd Stttea.CVttlo ,

I HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEW I Amendment Studied by B. P. W. C. I she said*, that of 'the the plat Immense); pant social out,

security fund which will be built

The constitutional amendment: John C. Wlnan hive been made up will be placed in the general
NELLA SAVLS, School Editor Buddy Fitzpatrick; secretary and which Is tobe presented to the, under civil service law. I I treasury fund, and that It la poaslble -
treasurer Hazel Pennington. Its voters of Florida on Nov ] authorizing Congress may at some time
i In physical education the boy; ,I room mothers are Mrs. Arthur and the state to match federa l, Mrs. Don Ferreyra told of the be tempted to use it for other pur-
were measured and weighed. 1 Ir federal
Mrs. Frick.I funds for old ago assistance, requirements for eld-age I l I i poses or that pressure groups may
; the senior high, Edmund Wells, tt assistance to the
and
, needy aged
mothers' aid and aid to the blind be strong enough to force Congress
.1 i Inches tall Willard Barnes. the; The Junior class has elected for was read at Monday night's meetIng of Florida's temporary county to divert Its use I)
tallest, Is six feet two and a ball system of
Mrs. Mrs. securing this aid. Mrs.
mothers McDanlel
room of the Homestead Business
1 Mrs. Myers, who is
heaviest, weighs 199 pounds. Webster and Mrs. DysL The juniors and Professional Women's Club In J. E. Gauicns gave the requirements chairman, announced that program a social
Howard Lamb, the shortest, II I initiate for securing old-age benefits I'
': are going to the a panel discussion of the soda meeting of the club will be held
lightest' freshmen Friday. The assemblyprogram security act conducted by Mrs. for workers not In eight excluded next Monday evening at the ham
- I wlU be in the form of an Ben Archer. lines of employment: which of Mn. Cina Stewart in ttodlund
pounds. amateur program with the "rats"as The social security act, It was Include agricultural labor domestic ; with a pot-luck supper at 7
In the junior high Virgil Balk y amateurs. stated, was passed by Congress service, casual labor service o'clock.
, Is the tallest and heaviest lie ;II, The juniors are planning a party, Aug 14, 1931, at the close of the on ships, employment by the
Present besides members
:
United States states wore
j
weighs 13514 pound for the freshmen Friday night session. A filibuster by Huey and employment or politicalsubdivisions In Mn. Eva Collins, Mn. Lawrence .

six feet one-fourth Inches high and I The juniors are starting to work i iI Long caused Congress to adJourn non-profit Institutions of I religious Becker Mrs. S. L. West, Mrs. Jas.
j Robert Sikes, the shortest, Is 6 1 I on the junior carnival which will | without providing funds to charitable scientific, literary M. Dobbin, Mn. Geo. M. Son-

, Inches taU and Ferris Jones th e I be given the last of October. finance the provisions of the or religious nature. nlchsen Mn. Wm. Mead and Miss
lightest weighs 63 pounds. measure, but at the next sessionof Ethel l"Ilxon.Wagner "
The sophomore class had Its Congress, six months later, Mrs. Clna Stewart gave an
! outline of the grants to states for
this deficiency was removed. The
Five of the typewriter which first monthly English test Wednes.r Acted Year Ago
j
act, Itself was passed as a nonpartisan unemployment compensation administration
We don't know how
J have been used by the pupils to day. yet and
explained the
To School
measure with overwhelmIng Safeguard
ten yean have been replaced by they come out but we are wonderIng .
majorities In both House and tax on employers of eight or -
be
U they will still smiling
Senate.. Thirteen Democratic congressmen more which Is now being levied by Continued
the last of the month. Th classIs ( From Page One)
five machines of the latest model. and one Democratic the federal government In everystate
sorry that Mildred 1ms Is 111 this avowed Communist has attended
The class In Interior decorating voted It and to pay this Insurance. If
senator against ,
week and hopes that she will be some of their meetings and that
Is studying the unit of art and de the state has an unemployment
three times as many Republicans
back In school soon. he Is greatly interested In their
sign. The girls have finished voted for It as voted against Insurance plan that has been ap- program At best, the object of
making color charts. This work It. proved byh.. social security I
their organization Is andI
Mr. Blackburn's ninth grade has clouded
with color has given them a much Ward, however the state
gets)
elected the following officers: I The social security board, 1 It feel that they should no longer
better conception of what fashionable 90% of this tall back for Its own
president, Harry Pierce; vicepresident was said. Is composed of three be permitted to Use the school
colon are composed ot and Carlene Wells; secreary, Joe i appointed by the president with unemployment needs. It was property . .
how to mix colors to desired out.
pointed
get a
Piche; treasurer, Constance Scherr; the advice and consent of the I want the school over j'
effect The ninth grade home Cheer leader, Frances Webb. Senate. Only two ot Its membonl Mrs. Mary Terrell Dickinsongave which I preside to be freed of
economics class have been studying I may belong to the same political the law relating to grants to any suspicion! that It can be usedIn I I
patches and the darning of hose 1 j Mrs ,Jo naon'ninth grade has party. All appointments according states for aid to dependent child any way to spread UN-
for Its unit of good grooming. This to ren. Other grants of security AMERICAN .
elected the following officers: a recent statement teachings."In
class has also made a good groomIng t president I Edward Kirby vice-! made by the board's chairman act taken up were thoae providing numerical strength and site
schedule. The tenth grade home
for maternal and child welfare,
president,. Fred Chapman; secretary of our physical equipment, the
economics class Is ready to star .
crippled children, vocational rehabilitation
Nina Dyal; treasurer Jane Redland school la the second
cutting out silk dresses. The eighth Oatlin; program chairman Elwin The sixth grade b making booklets public health work largest rural school In the United 1
garde girls have already starlet Cooper. The room mothers are;: of early man In geographyand and the needy blind. States; we should do our best i ito
cutting out sleeping pajamas. Mrs. Close and Mrs. Kirby. coloring maps of the British Mn. Win. E. Myen explained see that In true Americanism
Isles. that a I.% tax will be levied on md absolute loyalty 4o the fundamental -
In physics the class Is studying Miss Hayden's eighth grade English both employers and employees In principles of our coun-
the metric system of weight and class I* having book week this l Mrs. Flfleld's pupils are studying 1937, 1938, Hit; a 1"%" tax In try and flag, we are rated as beIng -
measures. The biology class itKtudvjng week. It they read five books for Florida. They brought flowers to 1940, 1941 and 1(42; a I.* tax In the tint In the union."
mosses and fern Each: book reports thy will get a gradeof school! and drew them" free hand. 1943 144 and INS; a Stt*, tax Mr. Wagner said that any Intimation
student collected speclmcnU of PS. If they make three book In 194, 1947 and IMS; and after that Communism was being -
thallui phylum and drew examples reports they will get three extra Miss Doraey's pupils have a that a 1% tax. The tax Is to be taught In the school was ton
of each group. In general science points. At the close of the week white rat for their mascot. Theyare collected by the bureau of internal ridiculous' to be dignified by denial -
the class is taking up the study of they will have an illustrated book feeding It good food and are revenue she explained and I
work and energy and the various let on the books that have been going to watch Jt grow.
forms of energy. In useful science
read. The ninth grade English
the students are studying water' class has been reading "TrelluraIsland" Miss Ray's class Is sorry that

systems and purification of water.,I and several of the students Charles Martin out of school because You Insure Your Life
t have brought good pirate posters. of Illness. The children have .
In the seventh grade girls' physical been studying primary colon In
education class are three girls Mr. Lucas' ninth grade elected art.
of the upper classes are acting as the following officers: president, '.why not insure yourSAVINGS

."captains the first month. They Brat J. T. Godwin; vice-president. Harry Miss Jackaon--d... hopes that
Alta Webster captain of Team One; Martin; secretary and trasurer, Bobby Hall will soon be back In II
Henrietta Hartman captain of Marjorie Lewis. ichooL
Team Two; Elizabeth Skill cap-' I ?

In the eighth grade there are Miss Haggard's seventh grade Mn. Edwards' class hopes that I
two girls of upper classes who are I room mothers are Mrs Steffani and Bobby Morgan and Bate" Carpenter
taking physical education. They Mrs. Andrews. will hurry and get well and be backIn
are Eloise; Gossman, captain of I school. I SURELY it's common-sense, after you've work-

Team One, and Nellie Mae Martin]I Miss Uitz's seventh grade room saved, to take every precaution to pro
captain of Team Two. mothers are Mrs. Horton and Mn Joe Nesbitt and Ernest Walters
The fifth period is a mixed I: Pierce. The class has the following ire back In school after being absent -I tect your savings.

group of the ninth tenth, eleventh I officers president Edna Forte; several days because of11.- And there's avaUable-
today a new safeguard
The ,'
end twelfth grade girls. captains
vice-president, Marjorie Connor; tess. Mrs. Thurman's room Is
are Virginia Dorsey and Eve I secretary Doris Thompson; treasurer beautifully decorated with apples, insurance for your savings, under Federal super.

lyn Pope. Is Annette Campbell i kites; and potted plants. vision. The Federal Savings & Loan Insurance
class also i
mixed The sixth group period, and the only two al I Corporation (with a full-paid capital of $100,000.

seniors In the class are captains. : 000)) is the sponsor; and automatically, the safetyof

They are Bobble Summerlin and I your account with us becomes fully insured up

. Dorothy The girls Sykes.were weighed and I; Carefully Selected to $5,000 by this Corporation.

measured much Tuesday overweight to or determine underweight :, Every thrifty man and woman should know

how they are according to their' about thin insurance feature, and about the different

age and Height, I TOMATO SEED savings plans we offer under it. Come in

The higher classes In health are and inquire-or write or telephone.

studying the circulatory ,yBtt>m.I

The eighth grade class of healthIs ,
studying the relation of science I Choose carefully the kind of tomato teed you First Federal Savings & Loan

to health, The seventh grade I, *11
sanitation class is studying different plant and you get greater satisfaction and can

kind of diseases, the causes
and how to prevent them. I i save money. BURPEE'S SEED have to be Association of Homestead

elected the I' .carefully selected because they are certified. r
The senior class has ) CHAS a TURNER MANAGING SECRETARY
following officers: president Bobbie -
Suramertin; vice-president.:

WE :ARE GETTING IN 1936 CROP TOMATO I:


DR: R.DENTIST AKERS' SEED YOUBUYYOPRSEEDGrantham DAILY. SEE .US BEFORE_ ; Annie Mayhew FitzpatrickGraduate -I



OtlkfmountSa.su.t.1p.m. Oberlin Conservatory and Royal i:

Sundays t to U of -
Conservatory Leipzig : 3
Close gatwday Seed Store

Free Parking Space PIANOFORTE AND THEORY I

Homestead Fla. Phone 22
1711 N. W. UTJI ST. MIAMI ,
PHONE 1-llU Redland Road, Near Biscayne Drift Phone 1422

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LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday Pel 2 19&
Page\ Six THE ;
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observation hold true with refer- most venom, those who believe taro all the Imperialistic glorie%;;
No Value on Life in CommunistOr ence to any kind of governmentThe most nearly what they themselves ancient Rome, and at the tame time
I dictatorship does have the advantage believe. make individual Italian small
men
Fascist Regime, Lions Are Told of the use of force to get rhiloecphieal Teaching' .f Dies and of no use to Jhemselve! |
to accept their fate whatever -
people taton They are not sincere In preten).

(Continued From Page Four) enough to protect him from other economic It :may stability be. Hitler at well promised a* free- The people of the world wish to Ing to desire active, energetic men ,
people but no further. know why these precious saviorsof because that type of men would
tees
through the use of political
dom from the Versatile Treaty.
The Fascist and Communist dictatorships mankind have seen fit to Inaugurate not last U they dared to think and
parties. It.I is distinguished by get and retain power by' The ability and organizing genius absolute rule. The peopleof act in a fashion different from the

the recognition that certain natural the use of bloodshed and violence. of Hitler cannot be minimized.He Russia Germany, end Italy reigning oligarchy. Democratic

inalienable right of the people They use the plebiscite for purposes is one of the master propagandist have also wanted to know Just why government teach men to face

exist, upon which the government of propaganda.The of all time. His familiaritywith they should submit to this new new difficulties and new thoughts/ ,
I Lenin's revolutionary tactic instead of being afraid of
I liberal governments periodically system of government Stalin has them.
not only not to Infringe, him
enabled to recruit large part:
responded with his "Leninism," Fascism believes in
but turn the rule over to the majority neither the
which it I* bound to protect of hit party membership from the
as determined by free elec Mussolini with his "Autobiography possibility nor the desirability of
These are included In the English police and army. They stood and and Hitler with hit
"My War
tion. Might it not the determiningfactor. perpetual peace. alone bringsup
Bill of Rights, the first ten amendments Idly looked on while the party terrorists Battle." These three books reveal to Its highest tension all human
.
to constitution and the were doing their bloody of the reasons why they think and the
our The dictator 1* a combination of some energy, put stamp of nobility -
work. This
u a necessary con-
that the twentieth century should ; on the people who have the
Declaration of Independence.
and the and
the state people, owes dition for any government to be
see the end of parliamentary government courage to meet it All other
Among these natural right are responsibility to no one. Authority i overthrown. It I* impossible for
the right to assemble Parliamentary I It from the top.Parliamentary. most people to realize the horror trial are substitutes, which never
of really put men In the
governmentsplace I They think that the masse position
and viciousness of this reign of
government must always pro- the authority In the handsof terror which took place before and the people are not intelligent I where they have to make the decision '
trial by Jury, freedom from Illegal the people. after the enough to govern themselves and between the alternatives of "
search and arrest, freedom of The dictatorship exercise supreme -I Immediately ascendencyto that the lives and activities of the life and death. Of course war
of our three modem dic::
power
speech freedom of the press, and control of education and, people should rest in their bands li inevitable if some nation and
tators. Modern conditions have necessitated -
vide a state of mind and tolerationof propaganda. Freedom of the press, the elimination of chivalrous for ever. They demand that the I people regard their own culture,

feeling among the people which speech, or criticism are not allow attitudes in present day whole of life should be subject' to race, or idea, so superior that they.,
will enable the majority to peacefully warfare. them. How can any small group are prepared to kill those who disagree
take charge of the govern ed.Liberal government allow of men such a* those who ruleRu.ala or who refuse to be coercedby
ment under constitutional limitation Never before in the history of and be them. This become more inevitable .
freedom of speech, freedom of the Italy Germany, so \
*. At the same time the majority press, and the right to criticize thefovernment the world hat there been teen sure that they have reached the in the proportion that peo'v:;
must be willing to respect the such effective use of propagandaon ultimate conclusion of life that pie are kept wildly hysterical .1

right of minorities. Parliamentary Each dictatorship has an all pow- a grand scale. The twentieth they can take the fate and salvation about racial and national conceit .*
government, because of its century bat been called the age of of millions in their hands '
very erful secret police which Is above Communism and Fascism are the ., ,
nature must allow the people to the people and all law except their electricity; it could just at accu- How can they be so sure about the religion of their respective coun- n>!
criticize those whom they have own will*. rately be called the age of ultimate Good that they can takeaway tries, and this religion is literallyp
selected to temporarily govern The individual protected from propaganda. In order for propaganda from-the man of ordinarymen forced upon the people. Nobody t
them. It I I. a governmentof to be effective, it must deal with and the right to choose ;
Illegal treatment at the band of women has ever become Intolerant about y
the people, by the people, the police fn democracies. those things which arouse a strong for themselves? i the concept of God which some- ;,

and for the people. The peopleare There is no provision for a successor emotional reaction among people. They claim that intuition is justas else holds, if this notion doe
the source of power and the to the modern arbitrary dic- This strategy demands that such valid a* reason or rational phil trot' take form In some action. In&L

ultimate authority.Another tator. This always provides a activities at baby and kissing national, hatredof osophic systems for the founda-I I tolerance comes when conceptions %.

feature of parliamentary threat of violence In the Internal scapegoats con- tion of political arrangements.Granting I of God are expressed in words and ,',\
ceit be It It
government ia the universaluse affair of the nation.Parliamentary widely publicized. that this is true after behavior having social effects, '.
of the political party system/ government haw an Incongruity amounting almost reason has been used a* far a* useful Herman Finer, probably the most ',' ,
In order to be a real political party legal peaceful provisions for suc to absurdity to see pictures of the why I* the intuition of a dic- able defender of parliamentary .,;
fierce Stalin babies
there must be free cession. gigantic, holding Of in the world today '
relatively recruitment tator any more valid than that government ,
In hit armIt Is
just strange
Considered from the Because the dictator must make as ordinary men and women, especially thinks that "Real tolerance in the :'
to the Hitler of Beer Putsch (
criterion of securing smooth and the nation a totalitarian state In tee women? Each human being twentieth century 1* the toleranceof .
fame German Infante. Yet '
kissing
effective parliamentary govern order to provide security of tenure has, at the margin, a unique independent political parties,
ment, history has definitely indicated for himself, the result of what great numbers of pictures are told contribution to make to society; for these are churches applying a l

that the Meal number of political amounts to public ownership of to American tourist picturing and each ha a validity even beyond I view of the ultimate Good, a view
parties in a nation shouldbe property cannot be avoided.A I these advocate of war and imperialism that contribution I of God, to the life of 'the nation S Sand ,

two. A multiplicity of parties parliamentary state it not at genuine lover of Cvery political system start out the world." 'Who i* to did i C
children. Tourist
may at time be Indicative of a adapted to become a totalitarian are just a* to bind together the Individual cover and interpret the Objective'
high degree of democracy, but this Jtate, and thus tome degree of Individual gullible in believing this as the the nation In a common fate and r.will or God? Stallnl Hitler? RoOsevelt -
departments bold
condition Ik contributive to suspicion freedom to own property propaganda are mission. These dictator have ? Landon? Smith?' tI
in the of such far fetched
procrastination and inefficiency .I almost Inevitable. It takes a aganda.use prop- a doctrine that start out to establish I The twin foundation of Fascism .,
in the government Usually dictatorship to prevent private individuals the spiritual life, and ends by are Nationalism and Socialism The
the only time a coalition government from accumulating property Probably the most efficient being afraid of the contact of any people are to worship the state {
can be gotten to function weU This I* tome indication that method for a leader to use to attract competing version of the truth. In the form of a dictator, and must
is in times of national crisis and]I without the dictatorship there ; a following is the creation of If the doctrine of free will believe in the baseness of comfort

war. The history of France and would be likely some private property hatred towards scapegoat Hitler, has validity for Mussolini, it cer- a* an ideal. They must also worship
that of Germany under the Weimar I in a parliamentary govern Stalin and Mussolini were and are tainly ha validity for everyone the past or the future. The
Constitution, are example of governmental I ment. There teems to be no dif- yet, very successful with this kind else. Otherwise Italy might at I (Continued un Page Eight)
difficulties caused by ference of opinion among the best of activity. The capitalist in Russia -

a multiplicity of political authorities on this point. the Jews In Germany, and the
People advocating, and Condition Allowing Dictatorships Communist In Italy served in this -I I i
under parliamentary P.rtl"'l I to Develop capacity. The best scapegoats are

have just a* much love i Many people wonder why It was j those who occupy prominent posl- Guaranteed Used CarsWe :
triotism for their country that to advanced and Intelligenta tons and have necessarily been
the advocates of dictatorships people at the Germans would | the target for criticism In the past. II

Ilo\so\er. they do not talk so k>ud- allow a Hitler to gain his present | Hitler becomes almost Insane with i
1"d often about It, nor do they I I position over them. The same I anger when a Communist of Jew is have the reputation of selling

set the state up as all inclusiveand i query Is applicable to the situation mentioned in his pretence Stalin's II I
!I the best used in this territory
changeless They Insist I that In Italy and Russia. I low for capitalists and Monehevlks cars

theme are certain things about The question It very easily an- Is well known. II Duce has
: i and intend to maintain it. Ask
which the state must not take too swered with reference to Soviet probably created more Communists we

much interest industry must not I! Russia. The Tsarist governmentwas than ever lived In the boot dl Europe I
be entirely controlled by the state. i: undoubtedly the most cruel I They seem to hate wIthIGROVE our customers.

The church Is Independent of the I I corrupt, and vicious government I ______ _
state The home and the schoolare t that ever existed upon the earth. ANNOMedwagolL
1931 Ford Fordor Sedan with trunk. Good me-
likewise Institutions which enjoy The people were In slavery.. When
I I I'
some degree of Independence :I the government collapsed a* a result chanical shape-has been well taken care of.

under parliamentary rule. In other I of it* own corruption and the
word, no state enjoying parliamentary demand made upon it by the THEATRE
I 1933 Ford Fordor Sedan. New paint, new top, .;
government be totalitarian World the Communist party
can War I R
I COCONUT GROVE motor in good condition. Selling at bargain
In nature. There are certain was the only well organized group
Show 7 and t Admission Sic
activities of the people which fall 1 ready to leap Into the saddle. Lenin price.
partially outside the jurisdiction of. and his follower had planned well Matinee Sat and Sun. ttaSUfp.ni.

the state under ordinary condition and were ready. They acted in 1929 Chevrolet Coupe. Priced to sell. First one

*. behalf of the proletarian class. SUN. MON.. OCT. 4, S I In gets it. .
C-truta of Germany from
The history j Edward Arnold Lionel
The following la a list of difference 1(19 to 1>33 show that the conditions
between parliamentary governments I I which allowed '* rite Stander 1929 Ford Tudor Sedan. Good knockabout car.

and dictatorships: I to power were much more com- "Meet Nero Use this and save your newer car.
The dictatorship is necessarily plex. In the first place the Versailles -

a totalitarian and authoritarian I Ietate. Tre.tINu extremely Wolfe" 1936 Chevrolet long wheel-base stake body
The state is everything;I harsh and unjust and placed a
I nothing falls outside the state. burden upon the German people TircSV 'ED.. OCT. .. 7 truck. Repossessed with only 4400 miles. Looks \ !'

Parliamentary governmentshave I which they could not be expectedto Gloria Stuart like new. Perfect shape I
constitutions which limit their shoulder willingly. The weak $700,00.
I Jurisdiction In certain respect parliamentary government, with Stepin Fetchit Original cost $1,002.00 ................ ........ ;

The state it one among five Institutions Its multiplicity of political parties,. is I
the principal distinction being was not able to obtain modifications "36 HOURS TO KILL'THPKS 1932 Ford 4 cylinder trucks cab and body. ,

that It has the power of coercion of the term of the treaty. Good condition ready to use. You can make the :
i within Its field. The National Socialist'\ Party ru. OCT. s. 9
The dictator al'JllMhat the pined its strength when economic Claire Trevor season with either of these $210* (M)

.. world cannot be broken up into I condition were bad, and polled 110 trucks .........,....................._................... :
\ any smaller unit than the state. He las vote when economic conditions "STAR FOR A I'

denies that then la any absolute took an upward twin(. It blst NIGHT Other cheaper trucks running from $50.00 up. .
value to a human life. II suggested that there I* a point

r The Individual living under a economic depression,beyond which SATUKDAY, OCT. 1*
t parliamentary government believes parliamentary government it not
: that hit own life has abIGtl' able to maintain Itself. It cannot Richard Arlen Bird Chevrolet Co. :){

lute value and is an end In Itaelf. continue to exist if half of UM:
He look to the state a* an aid and people are In want and another.l 3IINE WITH THE HOMESTEAD D FLA.
,
''t a partial mean to that end. The great part ef the people it enjoying: IRON DOOR" ; : .

authority, T .01.-of the state should to far"*,i the..fruit ONION of w wwvsow0.r wealth. The rwe lime: .......-+ ,. ,


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day from Utah tee the winter season the value and nature of medical
. FLORIDA CITY mission work In the various fields
Mr*. W. W. leery Correspondent I occupied by the Naurena Church.
In anclRrouncl Mrs. S. S. Shield Is expected: to ,

Mr*. Virgil Bird of Miami .Is return this week from Miami BURIAL ESTATES In Flatter Memorial -
visiting at the home of her where she has been visiting I
grandmother Park, non-sectarian and I J
HomesteadMr. Mr*. J. K. Scott. friends and relative for a month. St. Joseph' Memorial Park.

Jesse Arnold of Hobe Sound Catholic Miami. The only Catholic -
Mr. and Mr*. John Grave of arrived Saturday for a one-week cemetery; south of St. Augus
Miami and their family moved visit with Mr. and Mrs. FrlU tine. Only park-Ilk cemeteries
last week to the Hobirt Brockett Schroeder. in Southern Florida. No tombstones -
r and Mr*. H. E.! Schaff returned their Redland home Friday from cottage on Eighth street no mounds. Just now we
Chatham, Mass., where they
S Wednesday from summer The Ladies Aid of the Commu- are featuring trades any ceme-
a vacation spent In Hendenonvllle, septn the summer. Mr. Swan'i Mr. and Mra. Chester Hunter of nity Church will meet on Wednesday tery with which you are not entirely -
N. C.. LoulivlUe Ky., and point mother. Mrs. N. D. L. Swan Is Soutt,Miami and their son, Bunny afternoon. The meeting place satisfied. Our prices most
In Tennessee. remaining at Cape Cod until the were Sunday visitors in Florida I has not a* yet been announced. reasonable. Perpetual care Representative -
middle of Nevember when she City.
In 'Homestead, Mrs.
will return to '
Redland.
yam.w Mrs. Frank L. Skill .U recovering Mr*. Francts/ndenon of Miami: A. H Lawrence at S. F Mat-
from a week lllneu at her Mr*. Barncord returned Saturday was I Saturday visitor at the homeof I thews' residence. (p < 2Sj )
r home on North Krome avenue.E. Mrs. J. W. English Mrs. E.! J. from the hospital where she Mr. and Mrs L. Forsyth.
Dyal, Mrs. H. C. Nichols and L. B. underwent treatment I

!. A. Hartaock of Atlanta arrived Sommers attended a meeting of Mrs. Wm. Angelenl Is still In
the Dade County Council of Parents Mr*. L. Forsyth visited the
Tuesday to spend a month with Miami hospital but her condition "I AA.
his ton-ln-Iaw and daughter Mr. and Teacher at Riverside friends Monday and Tuesday. reported slightly Improved.
School in Miami Wednesday. Mrs.
and Mr. J. H. Webster su
Oyal and Mrs. English plan to attend Mrs. B. F. Collier and Mr*. Joe Program to Be Given j
the state P.-T. A. meeting Doxsee took Mr*. Doxsee' daughter I
On Medical Missions
Mrs. W. D. Home and her
In Jacksonville Oct. 7 and 8. Shirley Dean to an optician j
daughter Mist Elizabeth spent In Miami Monday. : The Woman Foreign
the week-end with Mrs.
Home'ssonInlaw
Miss Alice McVicker and Miss ary Society of the MI..lon.1 REAILY wont a
and daughter Mr. and :I
Alice Kahl, both of Miami, spent I Mist Rosalyn Becker, who ha Church of the Nazarene will present .1,
Mrs Floy Watson in Canal Point Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. B. been staying In Miami, .is spending a medical missionary program .,, .I'.
.. 1_ Fbyatool Gdtaaj
Sommers.Mr. this ,
week In Florida City.H. In the church Wednesday
Hotel-where eaporloneod wf
Mines Antoinette and Helen evening at 7 30. The Rev. How- In Ike Moye returned Tuesday from amonth's and Mrs. John J. Richards H. Rinerson arrived Satur ard Field and others will speak on port method of natDom health tntSlnj

vacation In San Juan, of Columbus Miss., who had spent I' toads yon how to ear ...Wand
Texas, and Atlanta, t few days in Havana visited Mr. STAY WELL Results OJ*
aft" unwisTabift
and Mrs. A. C. Deputy on their
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bussey of way back. We Have Just Received a Limited Not a hospitaldn.ao.o
South Miami announce the birth of ....IIe&-no operation JJM
five and one-half moderate morel eomtoala
,
a pound son,
:Robert Earl, Jr., at the Post Mm Marie Wallace of Miami Stock of Certified Red Bliss MDM diet, etUnlnatlre proron**.
is
Graduate visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Sul- -------- ton, Mater, Swan and olortrt
hospital Saturday. Mrs.Bussey'i I
livan. baths. A aclenan health J**
parents Mr. and Mrs. D.I I gram baaed M Mltml le_
K. Hitch who have been spendingthe
J. H. Dodson and Henry Ku- If ban bash Problems
summer in Eau Callle returned -i you a
Homestead, Monday and Mrs.I feldt will represent the Homestead Seed or desire. a |loriowSU -dtIeIo
Church of God at a state camp PotatoesThis visit this popular g.,
Buuey will stay with them for a to ... loam the =:.. .[
meeting be held in Fort Meade
abort time. Miss AWe Ritch, who .-I .....110.
has been living with her sitter in from October 2 to 11. .

South Miami la now in Homesteadwith Beautiful --.I1a
her parents. T. E. Kirby, E. C. Chronlster ......b3'
and Mrs. W. M. Bradley attended seed has been shipped to us in barrelsso ::awaraaq:=::r.:::.

A :The Rev. Wm. C. Taylor and his a special meeting of Democratic that it would arrive here in the best condi- wWIe tied iFA
slater Miss Helen Taylor, have committeemen of Dade County in' vary asod..ae mass.

returned from Coconut Grow Miami Monday. tion and with a minimum of waste. This is a Write soda, for.... .r file..
."MrMr...}Taylor has been the aM suss .......1--... ssl.atea.ea
priest In charge of St. Stephen's Mrs. Herbert Turner returned fine clean stock. See us for requirements. losakik error ..banrate"
Church this summer. Tuesday from Miami where she your .....,M.......

had spent a week with her mother. ..... lasAd..a FRE
****.*#**4MM ..
Dan McRae of Tampa visited ear row

here from Saturday until Monday furSlCAL. .
with his cousins Mr. and Mrs. t Jack Krom* left Wednesday Cl.1LTIJa':
P. McLean. night for Indian River School in ,
tiN'Ill. ptl __ .... _
New where he
Smyrna will be a KILGORE SEED CO.
Miss Evelyn Smith .is attending senior this year.

Florida Southern College In Lake-

land La/t year she attended Mr And Mrs. E. J. Dyal and Feeds, Fertilizers and Insectiddes-
Maryvllle: College in Maryvllle, their daughters, Muses Iva and
Tenn. : Nina, attended a family reunion I TEL. 61 Homestead, Fla. Free Delivery
held at the home of Mr. Dyal's FlOIfIDASt.
Cecil Malone returned to father in Cocoa over the week-end.1

Ocala yesterday after two day .
spent In Homestead aa a guest at Mr. and Mrs. John Keiser and II
the Hotel Redland. While here ho Mr. and Mrs Geo. Serrensen, all
was a visitor at the home ef Mr. ef Miami, spent Sunday with Mr M
and Mrs. T. E. Kirby and Miss and Mrs. Ovid Sullivan.Mr. .
Susie Batta. t 1f

and Mrs T M Thomas of i i t ,,
Pennauco are expected to
spend
J. D. Redd tt
returned Tuesday
.
.
| the week-end with Mr. and Mrs a s
from a business visit of several
I IA, F Arthur. W i41
days in Key West. j > it

MIA Naomi Davis of HomesteadIs
John P. Neafaey returned making her home with her

Friday from Morgantown W. Va.,'rt>rother-in"law and sister, Mr and

t with Mrs. Neafsey's parents, Mr. tyrs. M. R. Degler of Redland, and ..
and Mrs. Albert O. Christen, who has entered the junior class at .. j .f" .,
will spend the winter at the Redland High SchoolDR.M.A.BERGER I "

C Neafsey: home north of Modello.

.
Mrs. Annie Nabor returned '\
Island S. C, where she operated Step of the,
a summer resort boarding house 'If your house require a new roof or new siding:or,If you

for four months. Dentist desire to modernize your hone,you can now borrow from fotel{ Patricla

$100 to$2000 for the work and pay it back on easy monthly -

Mrs. Wade Hunt .is in the Post 36 N. Krome AvenueUpstairs payment extending over period M long a*36 month .. E. SECOND AVENUE
I Gra'dUataT hospital recovering from

|Ian operation performed after she THI NATIONAL HOUSING ACT All Outside Rooms with

( suffered an attack of acute appen- Office Hours 8:30.-4:30 = has made possible tha easy twins with NO Private .Bath
dlcitus Saturday. DOWN PAYMENT NO MORTGAGE"
v I i Jt OPEN EVENINGS LOWEST INTEREST RATES. COOL CLEAN: QUIET
I M--;:
and L. Swan
Dl APPOINTMKVT
Thin Is opportunity to add to the valueof
i and. their Wlnn arrived at fB you
son, yow property by Making ImpronmoBts that Overlooking Blscafne Bar
en aceded.let w explain hew easy it is to have
,. UueworkdQMNOWlBrooker Two Blocks to Shops,

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Cylinder Heads. Aluminum Castings and Belters.
,.-...... $1.50jinjle$2.50double
N AetesMtive Machine Repairing-Caterlaf te ranges U main

e bearing pouring and allaed reaming, eeuecUng red peering Special Family, Weekly and
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Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE _


beliefs of another, tell him whether -- CORNER19Y : ',
Fascists
Communists
SOUTH DADE GETCOMMISSION or Dot he may vote for munlclpiwnership : THE LIBRARIAN'S I
Uf
Value
Put No on '
his
of utilities, deny Mill L' U SOW, WBRAIUAJTLIMAIT
I the right of freedom of thougl I' .
0. K.
I (Continued From Page Six) I II and speech, or keep him from

present is of very little concert,I reading a free press, then we have BOU1IHoofer tually this tragedy stalked out of

SHOREROADFORContinued because Individuals are here onl, one who fits the definition of .n Wtdnv&r. nuiwtiif I.M p. a.. a dim past to overtake Tamsln and

I a comparatively: short time, whll I 11m. A man who attempts to T.esdar. Predate it .. ...1 R> rM Kirk. It broke her heart and

the state atone has continuity ot make himself politically powerful a.arur. a. IIIIoHI, M g. W 17-0 p. I% lifted her to the heights When
by persecuting scapegoats la noton"
( From Page One) existence
seemed lost she found
I everything
American, but is
not
dlffl an
the
-
to
pretend prefer
consider They
Miami already under everything was gained. It is .
be intolerant
will -
No American
cult and manly course In all things criminal Why UM a pen turn? Perhaps
tlon as a city sponsored project views of other powerful story, well told. If you
the
in COfU1ICtiOIwi"" constructionan of the rule of the maJority -
and retaining pie, jealous
airport' on that key violence In, capturing because that is the I or fall to respect the right the poor librarian who are supposed It Is. If you want murder, here

A water pipe line across tM easier power method. They have confused of the minority. He does not to have a good memory for lit Is. If you want a good love

causeway from Arsenicker 1t.,1 strong government with arbitrary consider the state as the chief end names. There Is O. B. Lancaster story here It is. And here you .. ....
to supply water to the keys on I government. I In life; he is Interested In the othe for instance whose name is Edith I will find a number of people In

toll basis, was In the plan ou : institutions and the happiness .Dd< J. Lyttleton. But after all what'sIn all walks of life, a panorama of
Merrick the A modern dictator speaking to :the gold rush days, of towns
lined by Mr. to count welfare of Individuals. a name? If I book be good
Merrick laid! one of his subjects: "It Is true that which have become deserted and
S commissioners. Germany has the most rlgli let the author UM pen name or
that the'pipe line could later textended I think you are Incapable of governing regulations against Communist a real name. One of our books, the wide open spaces, riven and
the key. yourself; It Is true as 1 1 lakes and mountains. And there
south along propaganda of any nation of Europe |"The World Is Yours, would be
to Key West.Construction. have declared repeatedly and loudly yet the country Is literati worth reading signed by any la the country as it Is today. It Is

of a htghwaShg that you are an Ignorant lout. Hooded with Communist literature name, or unsigned If the author a good book. When you want

the S. A. L. right of ws, with neither conscience nor Intel printed in small type on thin Bible wished to remain anonymous. Butit something to read come to the
lect it is true that I think liftto
through South Dade and Until- ; your paper. Her next door neighbors, was by O. B. Lancaster, who In library and borrow "The World
worth nothing. Yet (slapping .
noting at the entrance of aver Norway, Sweden, Denmark am real life If Edith Lyttleton. She Is Yours.
r glades National Park was proposed him on the shoulder) you are s England, allow any and all kind' was born In Tasmania but while Then perhaps you will like to

j as a means of prevldin great mans! Far you are an Italian of propaganda, but are relative she was still too young to remem- read all those poems of the You-

access to Industrial sites southwest You are the Inheritor, the possessor free from the threat of Communism ber moved with her family to ion by Robert W. Service, especially

!1 of Coral Cables.A and the defender of a civilisation or Fascism Sometimes hu- a sheep station In New Zealand "The Call of the Wild" in

picric and "show" part, outside far this superior country.to You anything art man beings desire that which li At an early age she began writ- hat small volume "The Spell of

at forbidden them. Ing. Many editors and publisherswho the Youkon.rAll
somewhere west or southwest cowards. You are
brave they are
;
Homestead and Florida City ta Fascists and Communist In this accepted her work though
artistic; they are vulgar to the
another project on the list submitted point of barbarity. You have wit; wintry follow the same Strategy O. B. Lancaster was a man and .
to the commission. Ai which their brothers practiced soucceasfully E. J. L. never disillusioned them.Hit" .
1 dull and heavy tongued
airport in the vicinity of Home You hey are are hard working and peaceful In Europe.: The Black 'career carried her to London You Wantto

Mad and one west of Miami an they seek to outwit and exploit region Is an excellent example: olpasclsm where she lived several years.

provided for In another proposed ; You are a wonderful fellow working in true form. Then she visited her birth place Eat '
you. liey practice murder, encourage and New Zealand-the novel
i project. direct descendent of a people -
a atred, intolerance, national conceit. "Pageant from this visit
came
Extension of water control, which haa been the glory of
) 50c
and make fine use of scape- She found the most of the material
turning of the r. E. C. rlght-of. the world; which has given laws,
way south of Miami Into a park- culture, and civilization to all the ,;oats. I among the old family papers -
The greatest danger which and the story Is true as tam- Out fanfly style Meals are
way with bridle paths In the nations of the earth. You are mug
Vnertca faces Is the inability of ily legends can be true. served with home folks especially -
event the proposed plan of routIng ilflcent; you have beautiful physique I
he people to distinguish propa- But this new novel carries one
south bound trains around a fine open eye, noble elassia U ailed
from Europeans New Zealand It Is
news
lands far from
HIaleah Is successful was pro ; | features, and such supreme
hlnk we are more gullible than story, fine, brave and dramatic,
i 1'08 yourself from
posed by Commissioner Crsn power of sacrifice In short I worship I serve
other At least all Youkon country.o.nd
people. about the
don and project affecting other you." This imaginary address ny heaped lip platters ef Meat and
should learn as rapid- -
Americana 0, B. Lancaster Is thoroughly acquainted
parts of the county were submit is truly representative of the
variety of vegetables,
'1 as possible the way to detect with the scenes of this a generous
ted and approved.Several wild conflicts in the rationalissiion
|
and It. By her eeeked old southern style.
bathing beaches an ; f these supremely powerfulmen propaganda reject your novel also. Before setting pen good

contemplated In connection with ,,who may yet hold the destiny .actions and beliefs, ether men may to paper to write the story she Dessert and Iced. tea .t coffee

V the proposed ocean drive loop ot mankind in their hands. know you. spent many months In the Youkon cost nothing extra.
and When I think of the great num- country, getting acquainted with
I
Mr. Itodd said The drive Lest fe* AmericaMla
beach the short Is suggested )er of liberal thinking Italians I' the people, learning the geography Dinner
a bathing on bay conclusion: it I' Chicken $1.00
Homestead consideredseveral '. who have faced a firing squad .r1, the flora and the fauna, so
near were hat Americans might gain some
he volcanic heat of the Island rsmsln and Kirk seem real
years ago by the late B. hfng of practical value from a
rlson at the foot of Italy for I characters, folk would expect
)
II. Edwards and Mr. Redd wile .tidy of the differences between you SEMINOLE HOTEL
kinking differently from Mussonl -I to meet if you went to the north-
have this and
will try to accomplishedin he present day dictatorships
I have a great respect for the I land yourself. There was a
connection with the proposed parliamentary governments. How
project. nay we learn to distinguish the ray we govern ourselves in Amerl- I committed In the wilderness,crime DINING ROOM

of dictatorial rig a blinding snowstorm
dvocate ov.m.
a.When I read of the hundreds of I victim was of no Mrs. Gussle Joiner rroprletor
lent from those who desire par
houssnds who were only recently his body was burled under even-1 I
lamentary government Whalre
STANDING ROOM I iterated( from the concentration of rocks. Years passed but
the earmarks of an enemy of I
amps in Germany, and the thous- .
Americanism How can we tell
ads stilt there for Hitler
opposing
AT
ONLY
SESSION
whether or not a person is a Com I
hen I am glad I live under the
nunlst. Fascist, or good Black ...-
liars; and Stripes.
,Ion material The answer Is clear I
DEMOCRAT MEETContinued When I think of the millions of ,
.nd Unmistakable: know him by
luisian whom the government It
whit he says, what he advocates,
Iterally starved to death In the
.nd the he acts. Whether or
( from Page I) way
liquidation of the Kulaks; the mil-
; Flora D. Myers were appointed not a man advocates public owner- Ions who are suffering

on a committee to assist in csrry- hip of postal .services automobile .nd Imprisonment in .lavel''l \

Ins on the campaign for Democratic Ighways, railroads, municipal la, then I thank God I am an
nominees In this section. own rahlp of public utilities, or jnericen.

i Curtis C. Lee, Preston B.; Bird th. gold standard, has nothing todo

1 and Mr. Swan were appointedon with being a Communist, Fss1st .
BlaD MEMBER OF STATE
a speakers' committee Mrs. Black Legionnaire, Americanr

Bradley, John Peters and Chas.O anything else. Because a Fas1st DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE ,

Turner were appointed as a accuses I man of being a Com- ,..u.,. ;- 4t- ., Q

finance committee. A motion sunlit Is no Indication whatever Preston B. Bird received a

i. was made and carried unanimously hat he Is guilty They mutt be tlegram yesterday notifying him' Plansjand MaterialsIF
Istlngulshed by those beliefs thatre that he had been made a member
:.: that the club offer the )
aid and support of Its entire or contrary to a continuation of 01 the lUte finance committee .

A : sanitation Democratic to the members executive of the rliamentary wishes to dictate government.the religious Iflan a :: the committee Florida Democratic execu- you intend to build a home of your own, you

& county
committee during, the present I could not choose a better time than the present

campaign.Mr. Every service and aid Is available to the

;; Chronlster was appointed I home-builder. Materials and labor were never

f members
Wet Wash

t nesday night were A. K Thur more reasonable. Financing, guaranteed by

: mond, H. P. McDanlel J. J. McLendoa the Federal government, makes home owner

,') and Chas J. Caves. ship the safestfand wisest Investment any family .

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Oct.. .. 2. 1936 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Nine





1--- Social Events in South Dade J [I





I ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT OF REV. WM. C. MRS. FLOYD FOGLE MISS FLORENCE GODWIN IS .
The Calendar GIVES BRIDGE PARTY BRIDE OF GEO.. W. HARDIN
TAYLOR AND MISS MARGARET; SEARING:
Four. table of bridge wen In Miss Edna Florence Godwinand
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e play at e party given by Mn Gee W. Hardln were marriedIn
Mr. and Mr*. Amos O. Searing MISS EMILY PAYNI JOINS Oct Meeting of Woman' Floyd Fogle at her home Tuesday the Dade County courthouse
of Coconut Grove Announce the TRI-DELTA SORORITY Auxiliary of Episcopal Church with afternoon. Mrs. R. L. Walker Saturday morning at 1039: by F.
engagement of their daughter, Miss Emily Payne of Homestead Mrs LIt H. Lehman at I p. m. won the first prize; Mr*. Geo. MSonnlchsen Rawls Johnston of the clerk' of-
Margaret Jane, to the Reverend accepted a bid last week from Oct I-O. K. & meeting in J. O. the second; and Mn

... William Charles Taylor. Delta Delta Delta, one of the 11 Q. F. hall at 0P.in. Paul Reynolds, the low. fice.The bride's sister Mrs. C. B.
Hiss Scaring attended the national sororities at Florida State Oct. Meeting of Homestead
J Others present were: Mr Bruce Wilson of Miami, her father, B. M.
Cathedral School for Girl In Orlando College for Women. Pledge day P.-T. A. executive committee and Ennis, Mr*. T. R. Scarborough Godwin, also of Miami and Herbert -
and li a Junior .t the University followed three day of social activities roger mother in clinic room CIf Mrs. A. O. Cain, Mrs. Dexter Turner witnessed the cere
of Miami.: She 1* a member during which The new students Nays King Cooper School at J p. Home, Mr*. Geo. Ruhele, Mrs. mony.
of Zeta Phi tororitj. bad opportunity to meet m
I Clara Van Winkle Mrs. David
The bride has lived with her
Father Taylor was graduated la the sorority member Oct 5-Redland P.-T. A. meetIng -
Pappy, Mrs Joel J. Robinson, Mrs.
mother, Mn R. .H. Wartey, in
from Pennsylvania |In school auditorium at 7.30
civil engineering ) :
W. C. Monroe, Mn. R B. Bird, Homestead and Florida for
City
State College where lie was GIVE LUNCHEON PARTY p. m. Mn. A D. Smith. Mn. John L.
the four and ha attended
past -
a member of the PI Kappa Phi FOR MRS. L, B. !SO MERSMr Oct 8-Pot luck supper meetingof Scarborough, Mn. J. A. Webb and the Homestead year school She
fraternity. He itudled theologyat Homestead B, p. W. C. at home
the General Theological Seminary *. J. H, Webster and Mrs. of Mrs. Ctna Stewart at 7 p. m. Miss Miriam Burton. III I a granddaughter of Mr. and
Phila- Bevo Webb gave a luncheon In Oct. Presbyterian Mn. J. S. Cave of Florida City
In New York and the Auxiliary
delphia Divinity School and he li honor of Mrs. L-; B. Sommer at meeting with Mrs. P. p. Blake at MR .AND MRS. J. S CAVES I pioneer resident of the district
row pastor of St John'i Episcopal the home of Mrs. Webster Satur- : ENTERTAIN: BRIDAL COUPLES Mr. HardIn I II a ion of Wm. Har-
Church In Homestead. day. Blue and pink garden flowers 2:30.Oct. T Legion Auxiliary lunch- I A wedding dinner for Mr. and din of Homestead. He bit lived
decorated the table and the eon and election meeting at home I Mr*. Lester J. Walkup and Mr. and here for twelve yean and 1* now
place card were In tint*, of blue of Mr. Ceo, W. Turner, Jr., In i Mn. George Hardin was given by engaged In farming.
MRS. MAUD WHITEI1EAD and
pink. I Redland. I Mr. and Mr*. J. S. Cave, parent They are making their horn In
WEDS LESTER J. WALKUP Those Invited were! Mr*. E. Oct Redland Ladies' Aid lof Mrs. Walkup and grandparent one of the B. F. Collier cottage
MM. Maude Whitehead and Dyal, Mrs. W. E. Rheney, Mr J'I meeting with Mn. Geo. E. Deuel 101 Mr*. >>arllln, at the Caves horn m Florida City.
Lester J. Walkup were marriedIn Frank L. Skill Mrs. J. T. Faust, Oct. 8 Woodmen' Circle lID Florida\ City Sunday;
the Dade County courthouse In Mrs. H. P. McDaniel Mrs. Ceo. meeting hall. I Others present wen: Mr. and
Miami Saturday morning at 19 N. Wakefield, Mrs. Frank Haus- Oct B-All day quilting meetingof Mrs. J. W. Cave and their two MISS EDWINA CLOSE
o'clock. Present, the ceremony man, Mr*. W. K. Walton, Mr*. 0. Areme Club with Mn. B Q. ton, Ronald and Merrill, Mr. and HONORED ON BIRTHDAT
were Mrs. Whitehead' daughter, J. Parman, Mr*. Le* H. Lehman, Branch. Mrs. A. B. Langham. Mr. and Mrs Mr J. X. Close lave a party
Mrs. I. B. Branch, end sons, Tom- Mrs. Carl Deden Mrs. W. R. Oct 12-Business meeting of R. H. Worley, Mr. and Mrs. L B Friday In honor of the fourteenth
my and J, W. Whitehead Bird, Mr*. H. G. Thurman, Mrs. Homestead a P. W. C. Branch, Joe Hardin, and Tommy, anniversary of her daughter Edwins.
Mrs Walkup Is a daughter of( Frank Webb\ Mrs. J. Q. Wynn, Mr*. Oct. 13-First regular meetingof J. W., Alton and Lanier White- Monoply was played, and
Mr and Mrs. J. S. Cave of Florida Henry Brooker, Jr., and Mrs B. Woman' Club of Homestead head. later a hay ride wa enjoyed.

City, prominent resident of h. Edwards. at 3p.m. Birthday cake and grape soda
the district, who came her from Oct IS-Homestead Home Demonstration were served by Miss Martha Close
Madison County In 1908, MRR. SHERARD: ENTERTAINS Club meeting at B 30 HI-LEAGUE: CABINETMEETS and Miss Elizabeth Skill.
MEMBERS: QF T. E. I CLASS a. m. in Neva King Cooper School AT CLOSE HOME
Mr. Walkup I Ie a ton of Mr* Among the other present were:
Oct l -Itedland Home Demonstration -, The Hl-Leagu of the Homestead -
Mable Walkup of Florid City. He Fifteen were present at the Miss Marjorie Moser, Miss Marguerite -
farmed near Florida City last win- party given for the T P i. L. Sunday Club meeting at 130: Methodist Church held a Murphy. Mia Eleanor
ter, and this year he arrived about School class of the Homestead In Redland Community Church. cabinet meeting of last year' officers !- Sullivan, Mia Katherine Marsh
Ocf. IS Aram and officers for the
ilq week ago from his format Baptist Church by Mr Qujnnl Club party. coming Miss Ruth Fredrick Mia Elisabeth -
home In Kentland, Ind. to make Sherard at her home Friday. Mr*. Oct 1 -Homestead P.-T. A. year at the home of Mrs. J. E. McHwain, Miss Mary Jo
reception for teacher Close, the leader Tuesday night.
his horn her*. B. F Collier led the devotional I ; Closet Jimml McConnell Paul ..
Th jf N. V{. Fourth from the 25th chapter of Matthew. Oct 20-Gleaner* Pass meeting Plan were made for a party to Vann Howard West, Harry Pierce,
nears Ninth with Mrs. W B. Cave, Jr., be held Monday night at the home
avenue street: Mr*. Julia Polk gave several read- Elmer Martin, Gene Hunt, Donald
lags, Mre. Bert Andrews gave an at 1:30p.m.: I of Mia Mary Grace En.liIIWorll McKay, Charles Little and Billy
original reading Mr*. Sherard Oct 2i-Chaucer Guild meeting plan for this year also were dis Clark.
TWO CLUBS ENTERTAINEDAT :
with Mrs E M. Froecher.
cussed.
50MMERS. HOMH read a poem, and Mrs. Catherine I

Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Sommen Plckard, the teacher, gave a talk. I
Cake and Ice CHAUCER GUILD MEMBERS MARJORIE MOSER AID TO HAVE
who are member of the Teachers'Club cream were served ELECTEp REDLAND
and the Neighborhood Bridge I by the hostess, assisted by Mrs READ ORIGINAL WORK HI-LEAGIV PRESIDENTThe MONTHLY STUDY MEETING

Club entertained both club at Andrews.Others. Joseph Gauzeni read the second\ Hl-Leagu of the Homestead The Ladle Aid Society of the
their home In Downer Palm on present were: Mr*. Ora chapter of a book he I* writing, Methodist Church elected Redland Community Church met
Sept 24. ; Frazier, Mrs. S. 1{. Flteh, Mr*. 'Th* Lost Ghost," at a meeting of Miss Marjorie Moier president *tits at the home of Mrs. M. A. Bakeron
Maude Simmons, Mr W. 1]. the) Chaucer Guild Sunday after- meeting Sunday night Other Sept 24 and decided to make
Mrs. W. E. Rheney and Bevo. Horn. .tra. M. M. Bigger, Mrs. ROOM Mrs. Mary Ferrell Dick. officer elected were: vice-presi on* of the two monthly meetings
Webb won high score prize, and. S. A. King. Mrs W. D. Coker, Mr*. Ason read several original poems, dent, Mia Marjorie Lewis treasurer I study meeting. Mn. H. J. Arm-
Lee Lehman
Mrs. Webb and H.
Sarah Pennlngton, Mrs. Ma "The Last Rendevous," "After Miss Edwina Close; secretary strong. Mr Geo E. Deual and Mn
second prize In the Neighborhood StrIckland. Mrs. Emma Wright math" and "The PhychtatrUt". Mia Margaret Field; chairman T. E. Adam were appointed. a* a
Club. Mr*. (]eo. Wake- and Mn. Mary Thompson. Urs. L. ... Bow the hostess read of worship committee Miss ]program committee.
field and Frank Webb were highin
the Teacher Club. a poem In the rondino form originated Wanette Koestllne; ; chairman of Present were: Mr. Thos. Brewer -
by a Miamian. Miss Alesdo social committee, Miss Mary' Grace
Neighborhood Club member TQMMY HARRIS CELEBRATESHIS Mn. Anna Messenmith, Mrs.
Normal Davit and In
another the
present were: Mr. and Mrs. Carl TENTH ANNIVERSARY English. Ceo. W. Turner, Jr., Mr t>euel,
rrench
vilanelle form. Mr E. '
M.
Deden, Mr. and Mr*. T. J. Faust, 14.... Tom J. Harris gave her ion, froicher read Christmas Mrs Adams, Mn. C. Ben Plummer,
Mr. and Mr*. Lehman Mr. and Tommy a party on Iris tenth an- verse and a a. card I of punch. cup cake and cracker Mn. F W. Stlllman. Mn. Hayes,
poem, "Moonlight The next meeting will be held Mrs. C. H. Reed, Mrs M. J. Brown-
Mrs. Rheney; and Mr*. Bevo Webb. plversary Saturday at, the Harris ViIIlL"I
Teachers' Club member present home on King Highway Game I at the Froscher home in Florida low, Mrs. Armstrong Mina Estell
were Mr. and Mr*. J. H. Webster were played on the lawn. The hostess served refreshments I City. Turner and the Rev. C. G. Nelson.

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bird, Mr. Ice cream was served with the
and Mrs. Frank\: Webb, and Mr. birthday cake and each guest was
and Mr*. Wakefield. liven an airplane a* a favor.
Present were: Vara and Ann

OVID SULLIVAN IS Rheney, France Lamb, Dickl 4 relief frgm--
SURPRISED ON BIRTHDAY Carney, Preston Bird, HowardLamb I .wont! ** .- mu

Mrs. Qvld $uUlv'n surprised Mr. Warren Morris, q. Lowe.
81lUnlwltl, birthday party at Frank Hausman, Tom and Jack ffiAVTEAM.\ ACID INDIGESTION
their apartment In the Homebuilding Webb, Howard Kirby, Robert Asp-
on tyenty.third birthday ley and Billy Hutd uon.

Sunday,
A birthday take wee cut and HOMESTEAD! ',''1'. A. TQTM ,
served with \Ice cream ( MEMBERHir DRIVE This farnoMS formula contains four
Thai invited were: Mr. and Mr*. O T. Harper, membership
a
Mr.*. Robert Darting, Mr. and Mr*. chairman of the Homestead P.-T. antacid, They work ip relays to re-

Marvin Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. A, has asked all{ roam mother to move .... and normalize acidity,
Eicnenberger, Mr. and Mrs. WIl- attend the meeting of the executive -
bum Reed, Mr. and Mr*. Elmer committee palled for | p m. s' By the time ono has done its work,

Sumvan, Miss Marie Wallace M>4 Honda afternoon. Plans for the *nthr has started, In. this way,
Richard Ivan Of Miami, Tomnty! annuM mejpberefelp drive Rill be BISlfA _EX 1
Brooker and Ernest: Sherard j mad, at this'meeting. I -1\ acidic k Wtrolled. for a prolonged) .

" -- ANTACID periffoAlso\ soot gi55 Irf it\tion, aids

'; POWDER digestion of food most likely .to
Iteglllrilttls'd' '

DANCE Night, Illtacot- fermeptt
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Qctober 3rd ; t

Mask( bY MIAMI UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA

Beginning Saturday. October to* we WW aha even ITALIAN The: Dixie: Drg.f
SPAGHETTI DINNER Sasrfwk*** Gad U Itt Iran U MOD
until It p. ... ."'7. CUckesi and steak U a..n fee parties tw>-

riKa on.U"mt agti .t lour HEX A Lit StoreSave
-DINE AND DANCE WITH U'-

HOMESTEAD COUNTRY) ClUB With Safetyrlda" '

rea U'UYUIOPI' Ross rise "II sxusrags aae.ea.eY

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Ten THE ENTERPRISE Friday Oct. 2,1936


LEGION AVYIUtRT TO ELECT Slide Talk to Discuss I Nov. S at the Olympia Theatre,

NEW OFFICERS WEDNESDAY "Key to Secret Gardens""Light !f university This will officials be Josef announce Hofmann
Officers will be elected by the .

I Lesion Auxiliary it a covered- only appearance in Florida thli

I Social Events I than luncheon meeting at the homeof Is the Key to Secret I winter He will play two piano

Mrs Ceo W. Turner, Jr.. on Gardens la the subject of the concerts with the orchestra and

Bauer drive in Redland Wednesday Better Homes and Gardens lecture 1 I also a group of solos Advance

which Ceo. N. Wakefield registrations are already being

r Mrt Wm. J. Oeronimo Is chairman vocational agriculture teacher of I made at the university
REV. IIARLEY CORE TO TALK i hem, Mrt. Ceo W. Turner JrMn ., of the nominating committee Homestead High School, will five I I

TO REDLAND P.-T. A. MONDAY w. B. Flowert Mn Wayne in hit classroom next Tuesday Country Club Serves

"Why Do I Believe in Our Form Calkins. M... Fred Suber, Miss STATE FLAG S PRESENTED 'I evening to members of the home I

of Government ii the subject ol Helen Livingston and Miss Retells TO VtOODMEVS CIRCLEA I beautification class and friends I.I Spaghetti DinnersThe

a talk the Rev Harley R. Core will Turner I slate flag hand painted by The lectures of this series are
University of :Miami orchestra
deliver at the October meeting ol -
Illustrated with viewsIn
Alice tteroptleon
Mrs Walters was presented
the Redland Parent-Teacher Association BIRTHDAY I will continue to play for
DR. \18M\\
Poinciana Grove Woodmen natural colon
I to Royal -
Monday evening at CELEBRATED IN FORT PIER'CEDr. the regular Saturday night dances
a Circle: at a meeting held at Annuals that should be planted .1
7 30 clock In the school auditorium who with I at the Homestead Country Club
Frank Hausman, the home of Mrt. B G. Branch. at this season of the year were
according to an annoumrtment
Mr*. Hausman spent the weekendIn Announcement was made that I discussed at this weeks meeting
Miss Geneva Fisher, music supervisor I made yesterday
Fort Pierce, was given a birthday the convention of DJstrlct Four

WIll direct communlt dinner there by hit daughterMlM will be held October 18 in Pom- Elected- I Commencing tomorrow spaghetti
New Officers
dinners will be cerved.
singing Bertha Nil Hauiman, home pano at 2 p. m. Announcement I
I Sandwiches I and chilli are served
demonstration agent of St. Lucie was made also that Mrt Myrtle Dy D. Y. P. U. GroupsThe

MRS B. F. COLLIER TO BE of Jacksonville Pierce and Miami from noon until midnight, and
Count; Mill Sykes A. Depew of Fort I chicken and steak dinners will
HALLOWEEN: HOSTESS state home demonstration district manager, it In a Miami intermediate and Junior I
be served to 24 hou
Plans tor a Halloween party to agent also Will a guest of Mill hospital recovering from an sections of the B. Y. P. U. of the parties on

.t*' held next month at the. home ol Hausman I eye operation. I First Baptist Church of Homestead notice.

Mrs B. F. Collier in Florida City Iced tea, lemonade and cookies elected officers at their I __
n I"NI""I''''I I IwN111 N" _
wne made at a meeting of the LOCAL GROUP ATTENDS were served meetings Sunday night The intermediates -

Dorcus Class of the First Baptist t ALLAPATTAH PARTY Present were: Mrt Florence elected as president, GIRL SCOUT NEWS

Church at the home of Mrs A. D. Fourteen from Homestead attended Pacetti, Mrs Ada Young Mrs Elbert West; vice-president, Miss I By Roth Owens, Scribe

Smith on Sept 24. a benefit dance and bunco Blanche Chapman, Mrt Thelma Frances Webb; secretary andtreasurer ----NIMINI ,M/NIM--,,,,

Mrs W. E. Lewlf gave a devotional party given by the AUapattah Radford Mrt. Ruth Godwin. Jack McMichael, group: achooj
I We met Tuesday at the
on 'True Vine and Woodmen'i Circle drill club In Sara Martin Mrt Frances MI'I'I captains, Leslie Cheshire and Joe
Lucaa'
Branches" Mn Collier followed I AUapattah Friday night In the and the hostess Byrum: pianist, Miss Lucile West In Mr Frank room becaun
ii lick at home.
Skill Th
with prtyer Mrs T. D. Piche group were: Mr. and Mrs A. J. I The now officers for the JuniorB. Mri <
class scout told td
dismissed with prayer after which Brady Mr and Mn Chai Wal- Proof Y. P U. are: president, Lynne second were
social hour held during "Water attracts electrIcity. I Irwin Tom Webb know the code next Tuesday,
a was ten Ruby Neel. Celie Rogers, J ; vice-president, ;
hottest served cake and 'Have ;you made tests to prove Margaret Lawrence Joined nd
which the D. Conner Win. Meade, Marvin secretary and treasurer, Carol
In the Blue Jay patrolAfter
limeade. 'Walker, group captains, June and was put
Counce, Lloyd and Grady Walter, If1"Yes
:. time I'm In the bath- I the business, we played.
H. Collier every
Those present were: Mra Walter Frazier, Walter Goldie and Doris Cheshire pianist, Mable
Mrs T. E. Kirby, Mrt E. L. Afton Booth. tub the telephone rings,"'-Ex. Ruth Pope. Uncle John's Cat," and Attiley

Lawrence, Mra Chat Martin, Mra Kemp the hostess served half. .*

C. T. Mrs G. A. West LEGAL NOTICES Josef'llofmann acres and cookies
Harper, LEGAL NOTICES to Come
i
I the hostess
I I Ruth Owens ls next
I Mrs J. R. Byrum Mrs B. F Collier NOTICE o. APPLICATION FOR TAI To Miami in NovemberMiami
Mra Lewis, Mn Plche andtht NOTICE OF APPi WATION FOR TAI DEED meeting
DEED ttnata Bill Na. Ill I Those present were: Margaret
hoiteu (.....1. Hill Na. I" NOTICE!: 116 HEREBY GIVEN that Oct 1 Josef Wavt Horton
Hofmann Lawrencq Mary
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai J. T. Chriillanarn. holder of state and ,
MARY c. KtHTX holder. of BUM and County Tan Ctrtlflratti No. III 111 US. world famous pianist, will appearIn I Jo Close, Barbara Blggers, VanRheney
AREME CLUB HAS Couwt Ta C.r'''''''. Nu 71700 Issued. set and >M. blind the lit day of A....... Miami with the University of I Athley Kemp, Oeraldine
tin Tth day of Aux''it. A. D. IMI. hMflM A. D. l.tt. ha filed same In air office,
QUILTING SESSION Mint In mr office. and nat mM applkvtlmt I I... Iou made application for tax deed to Miami Symphony Orchestra, un- I Reitz, Elizabeth Skill Ruth Owen:
The Areme Club held a quiltln.ml'.tin for tax dead to b. issued thtra.on Issued thtrto Sold Ctrtlflcittt ..ebram der the direction of Arnold Volpe I and Mn Lucas. lieutenant
mkr.ru the follow the followlns described properly.
saw Cfrtlflcalt
at the home of Mn B. G. Inatt.rrll.td property In the County of I situated In Dado Count. state of Florida.

Kr.inch Friday Another meeting Da4t' state of Fl"rMa' I.-wit : I I
lot IB. Block II Lawrence Krtatt t"Lots 10 to tS In NEl. luadn of Bar.
t will be held on Oct. B to finish Lad Company auWI.Ukm Plat tlon. M. Township M South. Rann 40
thr quilt. Hank S. Fait j. In the Counts of I East Plat Book f. Pan SS In thtCouatr Green: Lantern; Restaurant
Present Daife. State el PhniMi. of Uaoa. state of Florida aiaxkraaad
were: bin A. R. Mey. < tald proaartar watr la Cafttttaata No Ml TIM ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAND
1ht1'lto..w-== w tl vat In Int same aataumtat of laid Jtroptrtr coder the I Western T-Bone Steak Dinner BOe Chicken Dinner 7Se
LEGAL NOTICES all JOH. W. BELL. MM Certificate Wad was In the nama
Ualtli wM ctrtlflratt shall bt rtdttmtdi of John n..... Regular Dinner One Vegetable Plate ICc
NOTICE will bt told to the hlchttt ........ M. Township II South Rim.
''Pars."t: to the provisions of notion" .I the roart-hoiitt door on the tint Hon 40 East: Flat Bunk I. P... 61 In tat.
t0f the BtnklM Act of loll, ale" b ( of of
day la She month of Noitntbtr 1 M which County Dada State Florida ai

.Iw.by f H'>'''d....0.......ap la Th.tat Flnt sky National af HaiMUad Bank It the tad this da.l"ih of M.day...of..S.edeatbe.. IttnDaM .. 1934. .11III aneam_ant In of Certificate laid property No under SSI The the ......--...-..............-.............-...... :

Male tf "1 .IIIa. that the liability imposed B. R LIATHERMAN mid Certificate blued woo In the named
"n... Uia hollers. at ...._ of Ha corn sa Clark af Clmlt Court, Join Drtw
stoat IV the wrWkloaa of massive 1111 1. Dadt Count?. Florida Loa 1 to IS In NWH luMa of t... I'j'
U *. Revised. tawttt. at amended. and CM Court ant How ... Township SI ......h. Rann 40 fRIE !
ar. Ha tl of Bit Federal Reserve Ail aiamtaM By H JAMO" D. C. ,.... Plat Book I. Pan M. contain-
.kail ttu. .. July |. IMTHr (Oft t, I. 14 II W) taw 100 Atm aura or Sam. In the County -
Order ol .lMtr" CMnrton. af Da.... Suit of Florida. u ambmotd -
I. N.Wtf" ORDER WR PI ICATIOf In Certificate No. US Thaattttamtnt
_Oct. t.Mar. Ml In the TUralt C..... Eleventh Jaa1.lal of laid property under the II you karent read .n.... atf
Clmlt. Dade IVaatr. Florida. Inrktnrtrr laid Canlfleatt Ward won 10 the name I '
NOTICE or Arr OVATION Ton TAX Cea Vt. lit I*. at John Drtw 4 Tears el Dr. Roosevelt," brIt
DEED FRANK PUCIIA rialnthf ta FtORENCB Lot 10 In SWV4 8uMn of Stttlon ,
(severe Hill Na' Kll : PUOIIA Dtftndaat Divorce. <. Township Si tooth Rann 40 L Mencken, the most exciting 14 z e r 1
NOTice II HEREBY: GIVEN that It awaarlnt hy affldivlt appended "lo ..t. Plat Book 2. Pan It. contain !
I i J M. BROWN htddrr 01 cants Old Cenn4 the MllflM In tht chess sated taint that .. 10 Acrti aura or .It.. In the C...... and Iln.allonalll1l.
Till C.rtltlrataa Nit. Tal7m 711118m Tsla FLORENCE HI'fiLIA the 0.,....., of Dade. Stilt of Florida a tm- _
end "J4i l-iwl the ath dar of Asses' thirsts named If a Don.rttldmt of the I...... In Certificate No. US Thtfttttmtnt ale published In many 8
A. U WH. bee filed same In nv c.fftttr state iif Fl rid., and her ratlotiM 1 h an- of laid property under the
and h.. mid. application f"r a tax ded1o knows : that there la .. Person In the Certificate Word was la the allot moon, tend Sd In postage :v
be .Wued tBake Certificates state of Florida. tat service of subpoena John Draw 1 j
I'm" Ih- '"II..wI.rfW r.op.ey noon whom would hind iuch Defendant and LoU 17 and. II In 8RVi: .u...... vf a today lor your tree copy. 1 I
M 0....'* of """. State of rte...idw. that eke h ever the an of twtatr-otw Section ... Township II South Roan I '
...
M i rears. It.. therefore ordered that Kid 40 East Mtitalnln 10 Atm man or No article printed In our
I..HltoIl Blnrli I, no, she R4vht.B .. __,....t Dtftadjint ha and she .U Itai In the county of Dada. 1..10., I
8"Mr Pl.t Bno |,. Pan ? ,? hereby required to auptar to the Bill of .1_.. Plat Book I. Pan M at tmbraatd generation hu created tuch .: ,; I' 1 I
the t".ii.ty n' Dale. ...t. of FWMa. Camnlalnt filed In sold eatna on or btfortMondar In Certificate No. .M. The 0--a
O
r. rmlim til In CtrtKlt.t. Mv 7tiT the lad day of November. A. D. ._Dl..1 of laid propartr under the I 1 astir In government, bust-
Tho .._.'"."1 of sold Property under \m othtrwtM the alltialkma af laid kill Mid Ctrtlfltaw. Issued. WM In the mow
.ho sold ('-"",.... Necad wise I. the win at taken at to..,.... by said Dtftno.int. of C. M Lona.Ualtai 1 nest Mid social circles. 1t
acme af UNKNOWN' said Cattlflrattt ihall toad rtdttai-
Loa I .. 14. Shah t. .pvt.w H.thta It la further ordered that this order ataualltht aiauldlnt property dntrib.td 1t
a *...... rut Bank. If Pe TWf.hi son a week low four therein IJr"kola':d' :the Mahout bidder I I 14 1IIoduta I
the CVmtvf D,.... Plate rf rixrUaTntTwIT Live wttii fa The Uat-Firt.rprltt. a at the Court-hoM. door on the tint Mon i I
.. '" Crlfhl "". fn. K.wtaap r a...Mliht4 ta sow. Caaaty and day la the month of Nottmbtr' 1986. whisk
f of aid r.nper'y trade, ttattThai. la the tad day of N_..... IMI NOT FREE
the MIA C..lftnt.sued was In the soon Btat.. lets. I Dead thin llrd dar of Rtvltmbtr IMI.B Reads I
rasa. of itNKNOWN. .. a LtATRCRHAKCTtrk B. LEATHERMAN I
I.... 1 h I' 141" 4 1 .."".1... Reforms. of Circuit CoartClmilt Clerk af Circuit Court Dado CountyOlrcaM -
41-4-do. "*' ""*. II. .... TS. Ill C...'" Stand//0 FlorUa.Br 1 Tie I I
the Gki.iit..4 DtAt. heads af rkvWa.f I BAR a TARR Bf M. SWIFT I, Carat Swat Go quickly to your n.... American Mercury 1
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n.m.." :..ItNKNOWN.: I I I American Mercury lor opinion dnowprinted:
t 141-4 4, .yaw H-hlo. I la the I
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,. the ('n n'. r D. b Itttt' n' FIIda.. 4 popular by The
f '::: I "; I CAREand l to IV) and read "The Case Readets Digest", 128 .
TAe I
r!" .. H., .. .,.w.m r', ..l,..ofold... .....Oot h .c, la Ruder the I i for Dr. Landon" ),(enokell" p7* ol trand nadlag, I i
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laaiotu .
p.-- "f ON1rNe1wNi aewe of
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i t ioniseso..I r. tlfi.. .. ,nil|| ),. rrif- ,. i )) yt% a Beauty i latest Unless yon hurry you all the worthwhile books,
rot .rronl M l.w the rrmtn deertkrd
'r hr'.ln.C's Ito h. ".,. t. the. AM'11-t kM.... tJj' V i ii a may mist the article that the best OR politic, and i
I Ik. l.h. oly door on the first V<">. True erameat the art*
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a. n the iMMk af Wo mhtf 1t,. wkk-S give beauty demand 1 every Intelligent American ldeaoee-ltri.f I
.1. Iw 'nit Any .'f Nntmlwr IM the best of care it all I yet COB. I I
q.,1. ,, I -I.1 11,1110 S dar nf q F H tEATH'RM\V: genuine you allttla, carat duUnd
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Ii' Clf: "k "f !fruit C( pTt I'I wish a wave, a facial quoting. On sale Sept 15th. BOW only 234l jl

r" ,r ,'"" nal. r"tr tI",1ob EUGENE Permanent a manicure! or any of I

rife.Hr..0.R JAMFe.Mc'1 n II t8. In.' ., Solt, lolling wa.q.atwad&antm I to-the beauty!Shier essential youHl find aids t-.-.---.---.....-.-....-.-.--...-..---.-..-.. 1

lasting curlt_rtui' the I 1 '
i the skilled operators at SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER $1 I
kind
'Atd ol t ptmwtrrrt you warn. 1 Pat'i Beauty Parlor : Byon .. any dlffcns ) lbcLall the aewTH5 IiaaAIIIerlco.
that's the kind ghaa4for N i
we :
,' ready to serve you I I N.p )"OU aewedaale'or-Dd 25; for the October Ilaue
i4 do genuine Eu._ t ..?- IJiilckiy at any time $I fair the seat e lea..... Do what, Americana meet ieMllfgeat 01 I J

ONLY waving with genuine EugtoeSachcis 1 CroqallDole. Spiral and I s-pla do-toed The A..ncu Mercury, I J

Ln ui "dnrn" Pouts j Combination : D.......Ie tI. geld foe,Anomalous I
MONKEY ,law Mw .. I
asset 4 .
bale for dI4 MuooJWiih ar
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JUN UCINTMCU.S Ural I
wlJulunnt and 8atMr> r Q tael.ed II
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ADMISSION tee : Beauty
AMERICAN j jPare
Phase KS-R Uorae BkU. MERCURY
Mitt L lute Brewtv Operate

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worship; October Loyalty Series ---
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School". 'Lojally; evening to My worship Sunday; i CLASSIFIED ADS 1

CTKe Churches :
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if r -I p.Mudki m. young la OsaMeJa"peaple. Al of 780 the I


church begin study of the RATS J1nt iMtrtton 10* a line; subsequent inserUoosW .

book "With Christ Into Tenorrow I a line _i j

X BAPTIST CHtlRCHistea.Tho EPISCOPALSt << ," with Ed Burr as -

Hey C. H John's-S. E. Second avenue highway chairman.SPIRITUALIST FOR RENT FRYERS 101ft or dressed 111MdeUveI'

and Fourth street, Homestead; the ) In city Phone 5S3-M.
''Walker Sunday school al TEMPLE OP
pastor
,
10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Rev. Wm. C Taylor, Jr, pastor. TRUTH TOMATO LAND in AUapitUh McEwen Poultry Plant

Summer schedule: Holy Euchar- Garden section farmed In tomatoes
and 7:30: p. W.: B.Y.P.U. at 7 p.m.
I
services Wednesday at lat 7 a. m., Friday; evensong, I p. Homestead-branch of Miami throe years wo, now has MISCELLANEOUSPIANO

prayer m., Sunday; Young Peoples' Serv- Spiritualist Temple of Truth In i myrtle growth. Rent $2 per acre

pO: p. m. ice League, 6:30 p. m., Sunday at Woman's Club, 410 N. W. Eighth' per year. Other land entirely TUNING en repairing.

', Oct Morning sermon: parsonage on Avocado drive. avenue. Men's Bible clan and I cleared liD per acre. D. E. Allen Good used piano for sale cheap.
, W. 3rd St.
W. E. Xoon. 115 N.
Shall the Gospel of people's lyceum at 7:13 ,
"Hew Far Oct I Seventeenth Sunday young p. MiamI, Phone 1-5897.
: Christ Be Preached a spa m,; healing by Dr. J Carl Hobson
after ESTATEREAL
Trinity. Holy En- REAL
',' elal liuatlenary sermon for the at 7:45; lecture and messages at : TOMATO OR POTATO land for
.. chariest at g:00 a, m.) evening
Fla. Preston H.
rent at Goulds.
Weed ef Prayer. The Lord's8upser 7:30.
ESTATE-Those who want
. prayer at I:(I p. m.
will be observed at Lee. (p o 23)
Young People's Service League to buy or sell Redland District
LEGAL NOTICES
close ef morning service. EvenIng real estate will find up-to-date
I meets at the parsonage ea FOR RENt Small store at (t

I sermon: "The Lamb of Avocado drive at 6:31 p. m NOTICE OP MASTKBf BALE N. Krome Ave. that hal been Mating In our office. Many ot

God." NOTICE: 18 HEREBY GIVEN that nnoVlno Set these listings are still at subnormal -
occupied by Norge Shop.
I or rirlu. of tile Final 0.._ of tanikour. ;
services will be at shall
Evening EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN prlcea. We appreciate
rendered In that oortolH 7:SI; B. T. P. U. at 630. Inn In tko Circuit Court of tIM Eleventh' either your Inquiries Of
and Drive.
service St John's-Redland; the Rev. JidWJ 1 Clmlt In nod fur 0.... County Biscayne all of which will
Subject prayer your listings,
PtorMo In w kk Draws B. kVAorwto .
Ceo. Poth
Wednesday evening at 7.30 M. pastor. Sunday PUilntirf and i. K. G...... ot .... nroDff.vdonto FOR RENT 17 acres scarified have our best attention. Now is

The Great Invitations of the school each Sunday at 10 a. m. bolus Equity COM number land $100 cash Mrs. Fred R. the time to buy. B. W. Morris
4II4I4X tko .r4.ralinod. '_101 Muter
service second
Bible." English on Sundayof In C.......... appointed or tko Court In Link, Roberts Road and Bauer now associated with H. A. Cam-

each month at 3 p. m. and German MM' Doo_. will offer fur lolo nt pukll Drive. (p o 2)) eron, N. W. lot St. in Citizens
auction a the hhbast. and bast bidder for
Qeal.a-Th. Rev Noah Peterson service on fourth Sunday at
_h. ., the 1Iau" Front door of the 0...... Bank Bldg. Phone 72.
pastor. Sunday school at 10 I p. m. h.... of Dade County. I. tko City of Ml.noil GOOD second story, cool well

a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and ......... .. tko and wr o, N_...... furnished apartment Rent rea SALESMAN WANTEDMAN
METHODIST EPISCOPAL A, D.. 1'M. Wt. -on the koura of okmoo'elork
, 7:JO p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p m.I A. H. and two .'........ P. M. Ik.otnoortr sonable. Ask at Western Union.

Prayer service at 7:30 p. m. Wed Florid City Community Church d.o.rlb.d In MM Dmoo, .It...., Or 10 tf) WANTED for nearby Raw- .
I In Dno. County, Klorlnn, to-wlt
nesday. 'the Rev. C. O. Nelson pastor Loa II end It of Mark. II of OKANOM leigh route. Real opportunity fur

Church school at 10 a. m.; preaching HEIGHTS on Mr plot thereof rmnl.o4 FOR RENT-4-room house, two right man. Write Rawlclgh Co..
CATHOLIC In nut nook 14. Mss 48. public M.coHo screened porches, running water
Tenn. FAM02-OM
at 7:30: p. m. Midweek prayers of Dade Countu. MM property Memphis, ,
j Church ef the Sacred! Heart and Bible study Wednesday at oilmen In .... sonny on< ototoBnM garage, fruit trees for or see B. C. Murphy, Homestead,

I S. E. Second avenue, Homestead; MW M ... had for the purpose of couple. Apply W. W. Severy Fla. (o 2)
730. satisfying MM 4..-
Redd's Dry Cleaners.
the Rev James Cloonan, pastor W. W COI.SOH ,..

Sunday mass at 0 a. m.; week day Rsdland Community Church spatial II..... In CkineonrrSmt WANTEDRAGS
tt Oat t. .. I'. tp FORSALEfOR
mail at 7:49 dally. Sunday school the Rev. C. O. Nelson pastor

Sunday following 9 o'clock mass. Church school at 10; preaching at NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX SALE Rough lemon seedlings WANTED-The Uartrr-

Communion for women the first 11. Epworth League at 6:Sil. Mid ((U....DUD Hill No. foul budding size and vigorous Enterprise will swap classified

t Sunday ot month; for men and week prayers and Bible study Motlro la Hereby Given that II... IUr- advertising or subscriptions for
at Sub Station
Tropical Experiment -
mood Itornkr holder atIttote and Coon-
boys, the second Sunday of month. Thursday at 7:30.METHODIST: tr Tae Certificate No. I1KIH based Uw ( o 2) wiping rags. 7c a pound allow

Holy hour Thursday before first lit day of Auiu A. D. 1X7. .... filed p ed for clean rags, white or color-
..... in olflco, and .has ..." oppll
Friday of month at 7:41 p. m. Mass EPISCOPAL. ration for my n Ui d.... to b> Wood tk_n. 3 MILKING GOATS to be sold ed. Knit underwear preferred.

lint Friday at 7:30: .. m Benediction SOUTH Raid' Certificate onbrneoi tile follnwlnidoMrikod because of my 111 health. L. G.
of the Blessed Sacrament ......., I. tin County. at Dade, LEGAL NOTICESI
state of rluridn towltiUU Adams, Bonita Grove, H mile I
White Stone ("barch-Hom.
after mass. 4 find I. Hlotk t. Maimed west of Krome on Hiinllr
tend; the Rev. A. A. Koestllne, Manor Pint Book 1?. NOTICE or APPIICATION FOR: TAX
:
Pun .1..Iun.c... of Dnd. Drive. (s 25)) I DYED
SCIENCE CHURCH pastor Sunday school at 0.30 am Unto of PlorMn. ... Hill ko. IU

GItISTIAN .; preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. : The MOM.rn.nt of Mid property under FOR SALE-Eggi; fryers; tomato I' JIIOTIC.C"i 18 HKKKBV GIVEN: that
,-Broadway and the Mid o.rUflo.1. .Issued WM In UK no..u ,'J. T. LhrioUnnMn. holder ol .t .1. and
school m. Junior League at 2.30 p. of: UnknownUnloH plants; all varieties of fruit lrseason. County Ton CortlflMto N",. MI Noted the
Sunday at
m.; HI League at S:49 p. m.; Senior Mid eorUflmlo bull be KaWm.i Shanklin Grove to mile Ird day of Auxu.t A. n IMI h... fll-,1
: a. m. for pupils under 20 years needle u Las the property donrlMAloroln Now In my office, and has made ....,IV.I .-
League at 7 p. m Prayer meetIng will b. .Mid to Uw nlonoM. bidder west Fla. City Redland rd. and! I UM fur n U> dew I,. l.. I..n..1 ,1w-'I
; age; morning service at 11 at 7:30: p. m. Wednesday ., the Court...... de... on Uw tint ...... Palm ( 25-o 16)) Sold Certificate ..b...... U. I, II"win,
1 1:45 Wednesday evening ser day In Uw month of Oak..... imt which. ave. s I dnitrlbrJ oroporty In the County Dnu>.
lo tko >th day ol Ortubor, ISM itot* of FWMn. tnwlttLota
which Include testimonials Oct Morning message 0..... thin Sad any of -....-..... ISM.K FOR SALE-1 31 10H panel SI .. 84n N. W L. PI., Book.

and experiences: and re- "The Sixth Commandmenfl : D. LRArilCRWAN: : truck $329. R. Glass .. fM* .... ....1.. 111A. Ti wi.ih,l> U
Clerk of Circuit Court. Dodo County Dodge ..... bnc. 40 FAX ,.....,.,nlo,,i vi
; on Christian Science, 8 p. evening messsgei "The Way ....... phone 28415, Miami. (s 25-0 2)) I Ace. Owes .>r 1 for In IM 01-111'v "IPnd.
( public is cordially Invited of Suffering." Br N. C. STISRRlrT.F O CCircuit .. Abuse ot Fl.ilJo, ,
Court seed .*nt ..f said i'r"i""r" "?.b.r
I Bible study Wednesday (Sept 4. II. 1_. ... Out llORDKR TOMATO, Pepper and Broccoli Thayase.mt lfl.-.t. ......... rose in I" ......r
rrkl night plants. Simons, cor. Silver Pain :1 i tmiMow
< 4 Lesson-sermon top- ; POM PUBLICATION Union MM .."", .ta shell ... t .t..1
l ,." Beginning next Sunday la tko Circuit Court. Eleventh. JodklnlClmlt. Dr., & Richard Rd. (e 4 tf) ............ l. low tic pnmorly .1.I HillIkmln ..
: i night and continuing through Dod. toontr 1'1...... In I-.._ will b. xM (0 the hlrhm, I..I,0, attic
n. Case N. 46947.DIVORCE. MANGO CHUTNEY 3c an os or Coort-howo dace on the f1,.' rIII
CHURCH OF CHRIST ; the end of March, all evening ACTION \ Ute month of Nowmlw: IMt w'1.i.tI'I I.
services at the Homestead RUTH LYNN. Plnlntlff ... MIU.ARD J5r a pint. Jungle Grove. the end day or H.......... 1M
Jlotaad-Flrlt avenue and J. LYNN Defendant I noted this Bard d.v i>f H.|.(1..mlt045..
Methodist Church will beginat It nuiwnrlni affidavit appended in CARISSAS, lOc qt. CUTTINGS r H I.KATH'R."N
W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunlon, 1:30 Instead of S o'clock. tic bill 14.4 In :. nbom outod MUM that and SMALL PLANTS for sale Clerk l of Clravtt ('"urt. D.d. ( only
Minister. Bible study at 10 a. m.; MILLARD I,YNN. .... Defendant there.in RbrMn.Cireult .
named b n non.mMrat of the Stab "I Mrs Geo. W. Koscl, Jungle I Chart Baal
Communion fellowship and Silver Palm Community Church Florida. and kU rwldonM lo unknown that. ITERRlrrr tt 11
road and Plum-
Redland
Breaching at 11 a. m; preaching -the Rev. H. O. Cowan, pastor there l> no po_. In the state of Florid' Grove, IIYr..f'M. 0,1 t. 9. It. AN)
the Mrvkw fif ,uhpo.na upcm whom would mer drive.
7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday Sunday school every Sunday at 10 kind luck Defendant and that ... li over I NOTICE or APPLICATION nil TAX
the of ._,.,_. _... It h tkonppMr ..
at 7.30 services on first sea DICKD
p m.CHURCH a. m. preaching JUICE
; GUAVA 11 gallon
four ......... that said "on-rosident Doh. per I..... Hill No. sell
third and fifth Sundays at 11 a ,....... be and M hereby nqulr.d m Jungle Grove, Redland. NOTICE: IS HEREBY' GIVEN: I.

OF GODt m. and 8V.In.PrincetonThe. *> Uw Bill of Complolnt filed amid J. T. Ch....(.._.. holder of Refine milOounlr
MUM on or before Monday the Ilk FOR SALE Guavas, $1.00 per Tan Cwtlflr.l. No. .nl, l..,w tI.n
HoteaIl-6011 N. W. First day ef Oolokw A. D. 1M". otherwise the Ttk. day rf AuvMk. A. D I"" I I. flMom
'avenue Rev. H. G. Cow nlk" otk>n> of MM' kill will ... takes n.oonfoiord bushel Jungle Grove, Redland. l. nr dine. and ban ..... applk.-
J H. Dodson minister
; ky MM Defendant ... .. ,
an pastor. tloti for a tax deed to be I<* 10. "
'Sunday school at 943: a. m.; It U funh.r ordrrod that this onto bo LEGAL NOTICES Said CtrtlfkaU nibrwoi Mir I"rll'wl.(
.
published one a week for four gonowjo.U In tko Ownly r Umlr
riorrlbMl
preaching at I! .. m. and 7:30 p.m., METHODIST, FREE .o weeks .In THK LEAOIRFNTEKPRISK. state of Florida Property. "w" ,

Junior Y. P. at 6:4S p. m. Prayer Newspaper publfakod In Mid NOTICE or APPLICATION FOB TAX Loa t and I In B. W. U ....">....nnf
County and Bloto DERDH ScUi M, Town.hlp' M lioMIlMann .
meeting, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. Fonda City-Mrs. Ernest Warren Thin Sept I. 3931i ( ." Hill No. I Ml M KoM. Plat Hunk t. HUMoonulnlnl 011I.

pastor. Sunday school LEATHERMAN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN hit 10 Arras mnro or kar In
Oct .- Ne preaching the Clerk of Circuit Court FORKcrr B WYSONO bolder of state the County tif Did.. SUM nf tlwks
!- first : 10 a. m.i;: preaching 11 a m. and (Circuit Court ...., and Ooontr Tan Conlftaoto No. S1T4 hued TIM _at of MM pt..p.e.r MM rUw
In October
Sundays 6 p. m.; Junior meeting 6.30 p. m.; Br P J. OOtll. the .... dry of July A. D. 1M4 ku filed sold Mrllflntf taunt wu In ih ......
because pastor Is attending Deputy Clerk. UIM lo OOP offlto not! ku made oypllutNoi oft IDA ... OWONNUK,
I state meeting at Fort Young Peoples' meeting ':15. CARR CARR for I gas dead to ho booo thnom Unless MM Mrllflnu shall W .......nerd
camp and class meeting 7:30 Sollclton fur Plnlntlffia.pt. Said CoRlflralo .omoroooi the fiilkmlnilo MFordln U tew the MkinMtf <**Krlk 4Ihnvln
+l. Meade, Oet J-ll. A general I Prayer 4. II. II. IS Oct 1) MTll 4 property In tko County of Did will ko nM to the kith.* kMrirrI

.Invitation la extended to all Thursday aloes of rbviiln lo.wltiNS the Court-koM. 4 ,
ORDER FOR PUHMCATION ( NRv4 of NEIL of iKH In sea hi tic month nf NoromkcFtSM, which.
to attend this meeting. In the Clmlt Court. KUnnlk Jodlrhl tlnn IS Township H Soulfc Bono It ..... .
h the sod day of tMDMo4
PENTECOSTAL ('/... '. DU. t..ntr 1''''''.. In C.... Feet oonUlnlM I Worse moro or kw. this U'" d.. of HmWhkir. IMS.B. .
onr COM No. ..ItMMAHHA In Uw County of 0..... SUM of tmUrn. \ R. IFATHKMMAN:
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE:
...... ..
I Goulds Rev. John H. Stroud SAFKR. .1. known MMAHHA .
'
Cl.rk of Circuit Court Dade
nR :I I Homestead-The Rev. Howard pastor Sunday school at S:49; LOUIS Gatr.N BEMo, Defendant the MM Ortlf koto lMw w.. In the sear Br H C. STKRRCTT. D. O.
I : |Eckel, pastor: Sunday school at preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 30 p. It .pprorlnr. by nfrldolrlt ...... Uw bill filed In the above stated room that
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MS a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. I m; Young people's meeting at 6:30 the I..'......, I. n non-NoMral of the Unit ncoordlnir mod to eortlflnl.low. the onn shall.rtr U..Njiiiu.i ...liIod H. Od 5. t. le. rat

,and 730p.: m.; N. Y. P. S. and p. m.; Ladle prayer circle, Tuesday state state of oJ .MuMrkuwni.1o i.... and hi bio a resident pnrtloul.r of .the. tkonln will ko mid u> Uw klduot fcMitarit I

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Juniors meeting at 630: p. m. at 2:30: p. m. Mid-week prayer areas holmr lilt N. Skoro Hnod Rororo ....tko In the Court-nouM month nl dos N.._on...tko.. IMS feel, whir M_ WILLYS CARS-TRUCKS. "

,Prayer meeting Wednesday evenIng service Thursday at 7.30 p. m. MOM It"rMondont therefore ko ordered and .hereby that midm.s.ysl.Mst ro.nulrod to the liX or of Nwembm. 1-
boat the. loth day of Mrtemher. IIM
730. lo Mw Hill of
to appear Lomplolntfllod
L L LItATHKMJIIAN.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN In MM MUM on or Wfor. Monday,
Clerk Of Clv..k
the tth of Ortnber A. D IMt, other CaenCimlt
day
Oct 4 Sermon by the Rev.Howard CHURCH Dodot Flearbla
Coal",
who tko allegations of said bill will betokens
Field al 7:30 p. m. oonfowd .by Mid oor......... Court gad
Br tf JAMKS IT: 0Ort.
neatead-ltJ'ome avenue at It .lo further ordered that this velar b.
Oct Medical missionary ( S, .. H tS 54iIN
N. 18th street; the Rev. E. U Nelson published our. n work for bur MnoivMM
at 7.30 weeks In The Homestead 1Ao..p:._
program n. m.
the C/re.M C4.011 Of tile th"01% SW
minister. Bible school at n In ...,
prlM. newspaper. published MM C. Meal L.....' Is and fee Dodo c..q..
Princeton-the Rev. C. II Con- 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. ty Thin sic 51.aopt. .. II', FIwId.. I. Chancery. N. 44IIICL .

,don, pastor. Sunday school at 1:45: ; and S p. m. Young peoples' meeting .. a. LUTHERIIAN. H .JKrrREY. ..,- HDMF.KTEAn OM i. D. allDO.BOND Plilntfff. 4-
I .
and 7:30 at 7:30. Clark. d Clients Coott.IC. ........
preaching at 10:45 a. m. : ...... Coat s.r/1 MORTGAGE COMPANY. Car.parades. *
Urfnde"a.NOTH'a
p. m. Junior meeting 130: ; young Oe"At ':45 Bible school J. R. WILLIAM"IIF L I. OOULD' TO rsmnrroRaNrtlM
people's meeting at 630. Prayer Deputy L'larh. to Iworiir ri_ that vnoor avid
Bolanw tae PateUi.sort..
Rally Day program morning or vtotiio of nn elder at Court sand meeting Wednesday at 7:30: p. m.Turner's ( 11. III, N. Oat II thin MUM ow the lull day of May A. b

IBM, .M nmllton are resolved to onooMmi
flM/ with tko nno>nlinM4 tdwvtllllni
NEWT G. BALL >t kin Nissan ,. PlnrMo City Ph>r. ,
W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE kin, nil ..._ M verb cra4l on ..., now
Funeral Home ..._ Ute H' ._4 find 4 MTIIW.riorUo "
Notary Public c-.o.,. Nroorollon, end 14-HR. AMBIX.\CK SERVICE .Ia''_ must be filed within three 'II ,fS '
j rme nsuuicE AND: meta from the data or tic flea ....1_ I lOYft.
FIRE. ALTO STORM AND tin
I Lady Attendant VDrilctJ UXESM nf chin notiro.
Phone '...lIIOl't'ke DATED this \ UK LAWRENCE BUGS. Inc.
:'R'liG.A..t.; .I I
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i Pb n, 114 R! Homestead r.a. 'If. Krome In I -
I Aye McCrory Arcade -
; (I., 11 II It AIM 14. 11 i- se t Homestead Fla.TPq .
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Paste Twelve THE ADER. ENTERPRISE Friday Oct. 2, 1936

Store on the local field R.... at t a'C..'". alt a arose It wa announced that the next broadcast a concert over station .1
Key Men and Rotes day night In which the I. 1 nvikM it awaewSb meeting night, Monday, Oct. t, WIOD, Monday evening, Oct. 1!. II
I 17-7 The play-off .Wedn.a-I ... ab : : :=::0 p c t IJKssA 0 tCa. aWkmpb' would be the last opportunity! for During the present ;year In ad'I'I 1
fn First of B
League necessary when Tavern a..... .... : I : IICIooitinr : : applicant to be accepted: ai dition to the necessary functions
won from Burton ....... II i 1 '> I 0 1 charter members and afterwards required of them by the Shrine itself -
Play-Off TonightTavern R.p 0 OlMtatntt If 1 tS.Riv. new members would be charged the band
11-0 In the hat game of the .. : : i IMIwr: M I 0 1Real. and chanter have
schedule, which left both teams S i ...._.. 1b S 0 aahanau. an Initiation fe*. entertained audiences In various
tied with seven games won and rl..S..* .!; Present were Harold and Irving sections of Dad and Browsed
Store of Tavernler, four lost each. TouU .... I?- II III Total. .. II 0 Lyon, Jot. DuMond, Elbert counties They have been heard
second half winner, will meet the .W. D. Horne Co. won from Rom* ....._._" .. 0 0 0 I I s-1! Frotcher Earl Field. Billy Arthur In Homestead, Coconut Grove,
Rotary sponsored diamond ball Goulds, 13-6 In the but game of eo.ld. ._ .. ." Itable 0a and Charles Clinton and Hialeah, Dpa-Locka, Fort Lauder I I
team first half winner, tonighton the A league Monday. TOT bow blast PWM. TIMMM. OM.U*, Joseph Gauiens, new members. dale and Baytront Park.
the local yield In the tint gameof circa/aa..i/ the* bu. Mast O. Cuivbtll,
a three-gam aeries to decide ........ ... ... .. .uMK.n! IMM coat, Tfnat .... Mlk Public notice of the broadcasthas
"" b Blufe t Piadw Ir
lb a > i t Mahi Shrine Music UnitsTo been given to all
t =:.. -v. .= = ootnmuniUeain
the championship of the B I' 1 M. A' lt Pilfer It .acre
r:.=-.U : =. : .. Mahl
league The second Will IC. 1 aR MM aMiMWnptMtl R.K.l. Broadcast ConcertMiami Temple's Jurisdiction)
game .
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aces a a I e MhMwBlsbtan.u a 0Mnde. Slum and anlt which efctends: front the Sebastian
be played Monday night and the 4 'II .
..: iti : : "tlld.r" : : whatIs River on the north Id Key West on
third If will be Oct. Climaklng
played l
necessary .. .
a II!! Last Call for Charter the south and westward from
Wednesday Brooker LumberCo. at _. I .mpb.5 1. a perhaps the most ambitious pro the\
.. A league champions, will = sb : I a, r+a d a : .: Members in Radio Club gram of concert ever attemptedby Atlantic Oceoit to Lake Okeecho
If e a M.Ia.lm! rt 10
play a game on each of the nights 1 e McMlohwl. rf 1 e musical unit composed of bee. The program now In process
against a team of picked players CUToUlt .. i 10t Elbert Froscher resigned ai members whose Interest art many : of preparation will be announced -
It U ToUU 14 0 Itinra
from the other three teams In secretary of the Redland District and varied hi the business and professional within the nekt few days,
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the A league; W. D. Home Co., ..'Kara. _.... ..., OOtOOO0 0 I" I D I ifBurto. Amateur Radio Club at iU meetIng I world of Miami and vicinity .Mr. Becker. added. .
Cloninger Packing Co., and Monday night In the swimming Wit the announcementmade
Gould Tin ku.kilt ..10_:km* ralu: Syltori pool rooms, and Billy Arthur today by W. Randall Becker -
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Tavern Store won the second U.v 8..truob bar M oat balls br off riiMfcr FliUw 4, Little I. til t a new member Will elect- illustrious potentate of Mahi
half in a play-off nineinninggame snore: C. BUb\ .K I. MI.lr.-IU MeDMhlI ed to succeed him. Mr Froscher j Shrine Temple that both the
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with Burton's Department. RIM Campbell Shmnl Un-lt a..1.\MiltalmUmlmi ._. retains the office of treasurer Shrine, band and chanters would
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Milk 2Ic: SATURDAY SPECIALSCrisco Sugar 53c




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Excell Graham 3 lb. .58c Excell SodaCrackers FANCY GRAIN Armour's
can .
Rice, 5 lbs. . a ".. 29c
CrackersIlb.pkg..l3c A8\I0\1. U os& can Roast Beefcan
Tomato Juice 10c Meal and Grits 4 'lbs. 18
.. 1 lb. pkg.. .IOc can ..
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GAUZE!: GREEN NO. S CAN

Toilet Tissue,, 6 rolls 25c Target Asparagus . . 25c Southern Lady

Pink GOLD MEDAL g LB. PRO. : So SIZE Salad

SALMON Flour t..kufck.. 32cALL Corned Beef Salt 3 p kgs. --.10c DRESSINGqts.

GOOD NO. SH CAN ROYAL (ASSOBTED: )

1 lb can..lOc Peaches. .* ... Ie.. l5c can u. .. I6c Gelatin, pkg._. a ..a to..,. _5c .. .. 25c

DRIED I LBS. TALL CANSMackerel

Jersey Tomato Baby Lima Beans. 25c Kellogg's CornFlakes l,. 3 cans .. 25c P.&G.

KETCHUP21g.bottlcs2oc I NO. S CANS SOAP i

Apple Sauce 25c pkgs. 15c Apricots, No. 2V2 can 18c
.. 3 bars. .. l3c i
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CAMPBELL'S I CANS OVER BA I LB.MB .
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Bulk Brown Tomato Soup ... .._25cDILL Crystal White Peahut Butter. .. 35c Octagon ')

DISH TOWEL FBEE WITH Washing
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DILL QT.

SUGAR Pickles .. . . 19c Soap 2'/Chips lb. Chipso, lg pkg ... 25c POWDERJ

RED CHIEF

4 Ibs. 25c Jewel Lard, 1 Ib. pkg.15c pkg. . I7c DOJtXtod,_3_cans_ 15c. 3lg.pkgs.k13c I



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',I NO. SELECTEDPotatoes TIIOMIPSON'SSEEDLESS Roll Georgia Beef
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I GRAPES June Dairy LB. Round or Sirloin LB. : I


\I Butter Steak
38cBeef 2S
lOlbs. .. 27c 21bs. h... 15c

Yellow I Baby Yellow 2 Ills, Firm HeadsCabbage Western Ib. Ballard's .


Onionsdibs. I Squash .. .. .. 15c Short Ribs2lbs.25c Chuck Roast. .. 18c BISCUITScan Oven-Ready


2 bunches Our sliced Cudahy'sB.
Fancy own ,
: lb. .. ... 4c

Carrots ..... .. 15c Bacon, lb.. It. 35c can ...... 10e
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se Firm 101s.I Golden Rip* 0IM. Selected Sweet June tatry .-. Ftesh Killed Fryers -

SelectedRutabagas CreamCHEESE from Cream
Bananas ... 13
Potatoes51bs..24c Local Poultry Farms
I CHEESEIb
Cooking 51 Ibs.
Fresh Shipment of Oysters

lb. .. 5c, Apples .. .. 25c pkgs. 15c in Friday "ion. 25c

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