The leader-enterprise
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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 23, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00095
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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I'' Soil Erosion Group Sees PASTORS WANT EMPLOYEES ; A j


Water Control Need Here FREE TO EXERCISE RIGHT '/


W* agree with Col Alva Lee that It is timely to stop listening to W

SCIENTISTS the vague vaporlngs of political propaganda, and"examine specific Krome to Trail Repair Request AH Businesses

facts instead of the two-way glittering generalities of the Republican Report Is Confirmed. Close From 10 to 12

candidates The battle of economic recovery has been won and 7 to 9
because we have had a ve&t..Ainerloaa..nei-.i.nnkli. Delano- Confirmations Urn report that
Roosevelt, as commander-in-chlef of a vast army In gallant battle work would begin on the repaying 85 MILL RATE SET AS
and utter for the of Krome avenue from!the Trail
against poverty, hunger, despair. Fortunately BUDGET IS ADOPTED 1
south came this week In I letter to
nation, this great general was not like some of those swivel chair
the Redland District of
:Men High in Authority on strategists of the old army school. H* had the courage to meet Commerce from the Chamber Only 5 Mills for Operating ,
the enemy with every Implement at his command--and when he, '
Projects Spend Day in neer of the State Road Department Expense as Items i
found that the old flint-rock muskets such as the gold standard, whose headquarter are in
Homestead Area Are Cut to Bone .
for example, were obsolete, he did not hesitate to scrap them for Miami. .
new and effective arms. And the whole civilized world Is following The letter stated that state road -
EAST' GLADE Sunday closing of all places ef
suit In this particular .... Franc is the latest great nation forces that have been engaged on business In Homestead from 10
maintenance work In
:AND: HIGHLAND SEEN to go off the gold standard and we are told by experts that with washed out roads on Connection the keys, a. .... to 12 noon and from 'to 1

international currency Is nearer'stabilization than at any time In will be moved to the Krome Avenue 9 p. m. was asked of the city council
Escorted Over District by the history of the world. We art surprised at Col Lee bringing project when the keys work Monday night by a delegation i}

Steffani, Wolfe Redd, (Continued on Page Three) I It = which wit) probablybe from the Redland District: Ministerial .,,'
of th
Association composed *
Cook and t week or two.
OthersThe I Rev. A. A. KoestUne, the Rev.
The repaying of the Trail section
PETTEWAY TO BE Williams Calls Meet of Krome avenue at this time was George E. Deuel, the Rev. C. (l. 4'
nee4 of water control for For Tariff DiscussionFruit Nelson and the Rev. C. N. Walkn. .. Et i
r boll the glade and pineland,Ja Jthj RALLY SPEAKERSATURDAY ,.,..,_. ... ,... .. made possible'District when affvrea thf SoujternDrainage ;10-Cur> V"7ltto17t'e t"tA!t"'C'Ragroe: -, ",'t

Homestead area was keenly felt and vegetable growers who nlsh the rock for the resurfacing, was asked to investigate the legal :
by a special committee appointedby met prior to the two major party leaving the state with no expensefor : aspects of the request and give
NIGHTBrass convention this year and drafted materials oilier than the oil the council an opinion at the next
the United State secretary of It resolution condemning the reciprocal for the final surface.PROJECT. meeting.

agriculture to study the conservation trade agreement with ----- Pointing out that they were not '
of everglades soil, which Band and Field Box Cuba and asking for each party to Insisting on the strict enforcementof

visited this section last Friday accompanied Seats Added Featuresat declare in favor of a protective LIST the state law which requires all ,
tariff on agricultural products, businesses but drug Mores, restaurants
by Dr. Wilmon
Newell Legion ParkOne have been called to a meeting tonight and other necessary
director of the Florida Experiment in the Homestead High FOR HOMESTEADTOTALSJ309,000 businesses to stay doted all dayon

Station, Gainesville.On of the bluest Democratic: School Sunday the ministers said their
the committee are: S. H. Mc- rallies of the entire campaign in The meeting was called by John purpose was to give employees of
Crory, chief of bureau of agricultural South Dada County will be held G. Williams, chairman of the resolutions all businesses an opportunity to 1
engineering, chairman; Dr. at Legion Park, Homestead, Sat- committee. The publicity attend church service by havingthe
L C Corbett principal horticul- urday night, beginning at 7:30: committee is composed of T. T.Yel- closing effective only duringthe
turist in charge of regional development o'clock. Democratic campaign vington H. T. Bennett Tom Lind- Committee To Study Re- hours of worship which are
of horticultural indus headquarters her announced yes say, Mrs. Sada Hobson and Henry port Made by A. R. recognized by the community as '
tries, bureau of plant industry; terday. Judge W. Raleigh Petit- Behrens.Mr. LivingstonSewer being from 10 to 12 In the morning f
W. E. Hearn: senior soil scientist, way will be the principal speaker. Williams said the meetingwas ... and from 7 to t la the evening.
soil survey division, bureau of A number of other well-known called to consider what action, : "Every individual has the right {
4 chemistry and soils; E. H. WitckIng. speakers, a bran band and several It any, would be taken in the face extensions, waterline extensions to worship In the church of his, ,
, assistant division leader, division bits of all-star entertainment will of alleged ignoring of the resolution city street improvement choice" the delegation said, but \i'
of soil economics, bureau ot I be offered, the entertainment beginning on the part of the Democratic and projects mentioned in preceding this right Is not recognized b\ the
agricultural economics; Dr. R. V. promptly at 7:30 p. m., party and adoption of It in principle I issues of this paper were employers In relation 10 their' m- '
Allison, acting In charge of erosioninveitlgations with the first speaker taking the by the Republican party and ployess when they rerruln <,yenContinue
contained in a Hit totaling 301,088
e, division of research,I platform at exactly a o'clock. Candidate Alt Landon. ( I on Pigfr Thieej ;
Attention is called to the fact submitted to the Homestead
soil conservation service, and! The time of starting each phaseof city
formerly in charge of the Florida the rally Will be strictly adhered that the place of meeting Is in the council last night by A. R. Livingston
Everglades: Experiment Station; said Wm. J. Geronimo, mana- 'high school building, which is a secretary of the Redland HARRIS AS-KS FORCOOPERATION
B, S. Clayton, associate drainage block west of the grammar school:
ger of the local campaign quarters.Ordinarily District Planning Committee. They
engineer, division of drainage, bu-!
without seating facilities were as follows: OF f
reau of agricultural engineering.Conferences .
Legion Park will have JUNIORS URGE
Survey, monumeoUng and mapping
were held and both
field box seat for SCO Saturday
-- the East glade and Highlands night of City of Homestead, $ltIHII, MOTORISTS HERE -
glade areas were visitedwith I EATING SUPPER WPAl: colored town sewer extension -
local committee consisting et Other speaken assured Include: 111,000, WPA or PVTA; waterline "
Mrs. Hortenra K Wells of Tampa, -
extensions, $20,000, pitometer
County Agricultural Agent C. H.
Democratic national committee ATBIGCARNIVALCircus B. G. Dye to Be Added to r
,Steffani;Dr. H. S. Wolfe and W. M. survey, 12,000, PWA; storm sew
Fifield of the Sub-tropical Experiment (Continued Page Eight) __ I ers. R miles, 61,000, WPA; swimming Police Nov. 1 to Helpin

Station, H. L. Cook and pool,disposal! drain pump and Seasonal Rush ,
J. D. Redd, the outgoing and Incoming Second Place in Nation I Beano and Complete automatic chlorinator, tile scum '

commissioners from this Won by Homestead Assortment of gutter, $18O00.J'WA; down town Tom Harris, who as president of :.
district; Frank B. Rae and L. L. FF.A'I Concessions park, $10,000 WPA: community the city council took o\. the full .
Chandler. Visits were also made Second place in the national building, library building complete duties of mayor last Honda night
to Royal palm Hammock and to chapter contest was won by Homestead 1 Everyone attending the carnivalto 70000. WPA; city :.streetImprovements when Mayor Chas "Harper waj j
the Sub-tropical Experiment Sta- Chapter, according to a telegram -! be give by the junior class of and preservation, granted an indefinite I leave of essence 1
tion, where rainfall and water* received yesterday from i Homestead High School on the $80,000 PWA; sanitary sewer because: of Illness, said :yesterday -
I table charts were studied. The George N. Wakefield, sponsor of, school playgrounds tonight is tensions 150,000, WPA.A that he wanted the C'oop"I
committee returned to Miami via the chapter here, who is attendingthe urged by the said juniors to go committee appointed to study oration of the motoring public In i
Krome avenue and the Tamlaml national convention of Future! without eating an evening meal at the suggested projects and lean i campaign! for closer Abe<<\once ,.?
Trail, In order to observe the Farmers at Kansas City. With! home and In lieu thereof to patronize of possible j>Uxrr heeded projects of the traffic ordinances -
i drainage situation in that area this honor goes a prize of $15. I the food booth for which for the alx'-year planning pro..mwhldl The Mason is starting and traf- )

, I THE WEATHER Homestead won fourth plate In the aforesaid Juniors have the must ke handed to government fic will naturally: heavier fromnow "
; OSVW vnltar meet ol DM tokMplMl the national competition In 1(3), concession. This booth will openat agencies by Nov. li 1 ....rteMt I..... H .MM* rlor4.X first place In the state contest in' '.30 with a full variety of hot Councilmen J. Q. Wynn need for more careful driving will 1
Dale Ma Bar.\ saw 1933 and first place in the South dogs, hamburgers, pies, cakes, candy Brooker. Jr. and Frank Rue. H.\\increase and the police force will
Oct IT __ II 147 29.88 east also in that yean and fruit drinks. will report back to the council be instructed to be on the alert for
Oct. II { "' \ Attending the r. F. A. convention The Juniors-and for that matter Nov. L violation of the ordinances[
Oct. II 81 21.92 with Mr. Wakefield Ire My- most of the other grades in the Livingston agreed to act ai against speeding and reckUj, driving 3
Oct. 20 I 187 1" 29.99 ron CrenoeU, state president and school-have talked, worked and contact officer for the city in I .
j Oct. 21 11% 29.99Ocj. Alvin Simmons Mr. Wakefield's dreamed carnival In all their free working up tentatit. data on the "We are ping to be espuillrFour

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Pace Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday October 23,1936

Chamber of Commerce I Ing will be given to school .....- Frank Hausman, Mrs. J .A. Hooks,
MIAMI CROWD TO HELP ren who are prevented from or Mrs.' Lee H. Lehman, Miss Helen
To Hold Annual Election! I embarrassed In their attendance Taylor Mires Carrie Belle and
ATTENDSLEGIONINSTALLATION I IN LIONS' DRIVE I of of school clothing for lack of the right kind Rose Taylor Caves and the Rev. Wm. C.

The annual election ef directorsOf
Toys will be accepted along with
the Redland District Chamber
FOR CLOTHING the clothing. LIon W. L Flak an-
of Commerce will be held ate p. :
nounced that the Homestead firemen
I n. Wednesday in the chamber of would mend any broken toys

S. S. McCahill and Mrs. E. commerce buildinf Bundles May Be Left, to be given out to children who I
A report of the chamber activities otherwise would have
none ,
F. Humer Officiate at I will be made for the year closing On Doorsteps, Says A prlae of 15 for the best letter
Joint Ceremony After election of the new directors Chairman Lee on "What LlonUm Hal Done for I <1 >
they will meet and elect, Me," was announced by W. I. Flak: ,
s. S. McCahin. vicecommanderof officers. Boy Scout of Homestead and deputy district governor, as his '. if
the department of Florid, A full attendance of the membership Redland will assist the Redland own personal offer. I.1
American Legion and Mrs. E. F is urged In order that a District Lions Club In Its clothingdrive Next Tuesday meeting will be )
Humor fifth district vlce-presl- satisfactory election may be held Sunday It was announced a ladies' night Halloween party
dent of the American Legion at the meeting of the club Tuesday .
Auxiliary both of Miami, officiated FOREIGN VETS MEET TONIGHT night In the Den at Silver Palm Episcopalian Group
installation of officers Curtis chairman,
at I joint Let general
of the John G. Salley port and Its A called-meeting of Harry O. appointed George Cooper on the Attends Miami ServiceEight General
of the Veterans of Foreign -
Hall Post
auxiliary Wednesday night In Legion committee to serve In the South I
Hall Homestead Wars will be held tonight at Allapattah Gardens section, and members of 'st. John's
I o'clock in the office of the Preston Public UtilitiesHomestead
Attending aim was a big delegation Dr. B. E. Gattin was appointed Episcopal Church attended a celebration -
from Legion posts and B. Bird Motor Co., to discuss. chairman of the Homestead committee blcIln Holy Cross Episcopal -
auxiliaries In the Miami are*. disabled veterans' compensationswill Church In Miami Friday in Phone MJ-M
Color and noise were added to tho The canvass will be made Sunday honor of the sixty-fifth anniversary
arrival of the delegation when the play the L O O F., and Thursday Families who will not be of the founding Of the Woman
\ locomotive of the Miami 40 and I night the Boles will play the home may leave clothes on the doorsteps 's Auxiliary In the group
chugged through the city and drew Masons. Mr. Lee said. The cloth were: Mrs J, E. Gauzens, Mn I. WANT ADS PAY

I Among the visitors were Barton I
Id Huntington, commander of the:
Miami Beach post Leonard T.'.
.. Kendrick. commander of the
Coconut Grove post Stark Smith.'
chef de care of the Miami 40 ands
and Arthur Keene owner andeditor
of the Florida Veteran and

managing editor of the old Miami .
Dally Metropolis under Bobo

Legion officers installed were
E Z. Thompson, commander;'
Frits Schroeder, first vice-com
mander; George Grawihaw, second -
vice-commander; Alex Hem-
mingi, third vice-commander;
Wm. J. Geronimo, adjutant, finance -
officer and aervlce officer;
L O Rugglea, chaplain, Ben
Archer, tergeant-at-arma
Auxiliary ofticen Installed were:
Mrs W. H. Sheffield president;
Mn A. W. Hutchinson vlce-pres
Ident: Mn Frank B. Rue, secre y
I tary-treasurer, Mrs. H. H. Ewing,' 1
chaplain: Mrs. George W. Turner,I'r
Jr., sergeant-at-arma '
Coffee and pie were served and I

) musk Impromptu Huntington furnished dancing accordion by enjoyed Commander to I Lowell Thomas

Large Scores Feature i

Games in Civic League

}, The I, O. O. F won from the,
Masonic lodge. 40-17 Monday'
1 night and the Rotary Club defeated -' ooi
i the Lions Club, 24-13 18st'I new
night, In diamond ball games played -i
In the Civic league, formed recently -, 1
to raise. money for a I _. .-
\ I Christmas fund. An Encyclopedia of
Monday night the. lions Club '
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I I Everybody is talking politics, but most of us

j Office linn: I a. .... le I p. .... are not sufficiently informed on the subject '

I Sundays I to IS I Discussions can be made twice as interesting -

Closed Saturdays I, ; if you have actual facts about many I

Free Parking Space --- angles of the political picture.

Can Yen Answer These Questions?
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; ELECTION i e Ca a Presidential eudldite. get" a moony oi (he ,J
popular wta tad JIlt be
Row did UM different *.(.. wale \a put aUctions
YEAR I Who becomes President If both FMridmiaid'I1otvw1 -
\ Notary r.MfcniUS > / .. I I President die or ar* nmvnd two aide?

i PJSVRASCE AND Slat .. e How way amendment.aent hate beat made to the
i sjnrDREO uirva Ceaibtiilioa, lad bow any have bra repealed?

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Friday, October 1936 THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Pace Three ,,j;
EXAMINING THE FACTS FOR COLONEL LEE acquire. W* no longer see the farmers of the great middle-west P.-T. A. ContinuesIts I
(Continued From Page Ont) armed with shotguns and pitchfork taking ever the eourt a*th* Membership DriveMrs.
thii up for even the moot severe critic of Mr. Roosevelt have given were: la 1933. Corporation from one end of the country to the I
him full credit for stabilizing the international currencie other are paying dividends for the tint time In years C. T. Harper Homestead
By Inference, the good Colonel would have ui believe that the Yes Colonel, we are certainly going to take your advice to examine P-T.A membership chairman reports -
credit of the United States at a low *bb. Never in Its history the unemotional f.cIIt-we along with several million othervotersand a total membership of 283
hat the national credit been*o firm. Let ua examine a few fact th.tI the reason why such an overwhelming majority at present and eight rooms with
Government bonds are selling at a premium, the Interest rat being I* going to be given that great Democrat that great Christen. 100%" membership.The .
the lowest In nineteen yean. In 1921 it averaged 4339%; In Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who hat given the common Americana county contest close on Oct.
30 she Mid, and Homestead I
April 1935. It averaged U13'Jf., the lowest since 1919. For the New Deal The average American I* not a* ungrateful as the *
striving to equal Its record of last
'\I first time In 55 years Colonel, there has been no bank failure In average plutocrat, and he thank God for the man who ha saved year when It had a 100% membership -
tJ j. a period of 12 consecutive months The great Mellon gave us no the nation from major catastrophe and won the attendancecup.
record to compare with thla-he was too busy lending aid and
comfort to the building up of that famous 68 billion dollar credit SUNDAY CLOSING- year Entire operating expense of Rooms with perfect membership
Inflation which so nearly wrecked the country In 1929 the etty, Including operation of the are those of: Mia Elinor Harden.Mrs. .
municipal light and Ctrl L Field Mrs. Howard
Now then, let us look at a few fact regarding agriculture It plant
Johnson Milt Eleanor
I* $39.109 Haggard
was certainly a tactical error to bring that up, and one that I am (Continued from Page 1) Total estimated I Mia Eula Ray, Mia Mary Jackson -
,sure you would never make as an Infantry officer or heaven help for builnes during" the recognized: listed a* follow: revenue Police court are Miss Fnnce Dorsey and
your troops. We will take the basic crops of the nation. Under hours of worship tine, $1,100; occupational license II Frank B. Lucas.
Hoover In 1933, the farmer got 4t cents a bushel for his wheat; London largest city In the *. $3 000; light and water Income
world I closed ,
tight for 24 hours
under Roosevelt, March 1936 he was getting 90 9 cents per bushel. the $31,800-making a total of )
over Sabbath and If It li I '
For his corn Hoover price In 1933 wen 241 cents per bushel, practical for a city of that size, $93,600 A 8 mill levy for operating I The Redland District Amateur
while last March he was getting.58.8 cent per bushel Pork, In four hours of closing to permit, expense take can of the Radio Club adopted a constitution
1933 was bringing $3.22 per cwt; this March It was bringing to freedom of worship should be practical excess of expenses over estimated Its meeting Monday night In-the
revenue other than taxes. swimming pool build-
the farmer $911 Cotton ha exactly doubled in price for the In a town as small as Homestead I.t
All departments took "cuts to and appointed a committee
members of the
same periods. Ye, Colonel, let us by all mean examine a few declared delegation I the bone" in the council' effort to and appointed Charles Clinton

fact before we cast our votes A tax levy of 83 mills 80 ol, keep the levy a* much a* possible Harold Lyon, Earl Field and Jo*.
..'::' Following the Republican record which la mandatory to providefor under last year's rate of 100 mills DuMond to make a course of study
I :.: Firm Income dropped more than 1 billion from 1920 to 1933. bond Interest and principal, Estimated department expenditure -
:. Tarm exports declined over billion in value uride the Hawley- coming due during the fiscal year' an listed in the budget as! City Attorney _... -. 900.00
'"smoot' Tariff.. Farm real estate' ralue* fell over It billion from and for special assessmentsthrough follows: Legal Expense _...__ 1,100.00
".3920-to 1933 Farm mortgage reached peak ot JO.billion under Judgments by J. R. Dur- Light and water __...... $$31,500.00 Councilmen _.... ... 84000
t a ranee and other, was set by the Street ...?...-..__.. 500.00 Tax Assessor _... BOO.00
Hoover. 1931 and 1933
j president Between then were 2,834 council after adoption of a budget Sanitary! ._.___ 2.800.00 Office ._._..._.. ...... 80000
-country bank failures Republican offered no remedy for the with operating expenses to be paid Park __.___.___._.__ 1,629.00Police Telephone ._........ 200.00Janitor
farmer'plight except the Hoover Farm Board which spent money almost entirely out of the city .._____..__ 11.000.00 ... m" ..... 240.00
on high official salaries and sent wheat price to low level Republicans light and water revenue.A Fire ..__..._.____ 8,30000 Insurance 1000.00
REPUDIATED THEIR CAMPAIGN PLEDGE TO RE- total of $84.21742 would be Library __ 1,200.00 Contlngentle 2.800.00
STORE FARM PURCHASING POWER. necessbry to meet debt service due Mayor ____nO 60000
And now the Democratic record: and falling due during the fiscal City Clerk ____ 1.300:00: IIIUOII.OO.
Gross farm Income was 2V4 billion more in 1933 than In 1932 and
I* still rising Less than one third of this sum Is from bounty
payment *-the real jump la a 62% gain in farm prices Wages I
paid farm labor are 10 to 12% higher than last year Farm property
has Increased three billion In three yean. Total deposit In
all national bank are highest In history (1936). Four out of
every ten persona re-employed in Industry owe their Jobs to farm
recovery Democratic RallyLegion

Would you Colonel, have Us go back to the old order? And
purely your tongue must be In your cheek when you suggest that
, suchJDemocraU aa-Jetferson Calhoun and Cleveland would vote
for this nice little man from Kansas who has been entertaining
*. with so many mental acrobatics, but who has so far refrained Park
from giving us any specific program. It was Interesting to this. ;
writer to not the growing disgust of Northern Republicans' a*
their candidate continued to criticize the thing for which he stood
when last a candidate for'governor of Kansas and tor which he
give us only the nicest generalities .a* his specific reconstruction
program. Even your old pal Frank Kent has called attention to Saturday, October 24, 7:30 p.m.
this In the once hopeful, but lately regretful Baltimore Sun.

We art living* In a congressional district that bat received more
In actual cash than any other In the country with the exception of
two where then were vast public work such a* the TVA; we have
a representative In Mark Wilcox who has earned the reputation of
being the hardest working member of the house thereby securing
a position and prestige which It ordinarily takes several term to


"Is. Your Boy Going to College I

When He Grows Up?" I ., f

Principal Speaker

SET YOUR GOAL, large or small. then save

toward it. Save regularly, according to a definite


And in addition insure your savings! Be

sure that your principal, and the income it earns, Plenty of Seats for All "

will be safe, however long your period of saving.

You can do it. at no extra cost. That was the .".

purpose of Congress, when in 1934 it created the J

Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation. 1 I..
By:this means an added dependable permanent
safeguard is provided for the savings of each investor -

up to a maximum of$5,000, in any insured COOPER SCHOOL AUDITORIUM

institution. of the savings and loan type.

We have qualified for such insurance, hence .

the safety of your investment here, up to $5,000,

is how automatically insured by that Corporation Band Music And Other Entertainment

(capital, $100,000,000).

Let us help you work out a sound and practical

plan for systematic saying. ..Don't'miss this.chance to learn the truth

First Federal Savings & Loan about all. the issues of the campaign from

this veteran two-fisted, fighter.
Association of Homestead ,

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i j) Par Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday October 23,1936


Published Fridays at Homestead MRS. L. U BOW URRARIANttRRAar ,
FU" by the South bade In refuting what a Miami daily has since termed "an Insult --.............. 'J1;
Publishing Cfc to American intelligence and spirit of fair play" that <

"crawled from the political sewer to the front page of the 1 1I Moxkr, w.......,. Thursday HOURS: M t. s life from going stile in the time. i
BEN ARCHER _-_____.__Edttai: Redland District News," the Leader-Enterprise last week Tiiwhr. FricUri 10 a. ...! *. 0. and political circlet of her ;
I concerned with the record straight If I anturd.fi P a. ...\1: M t. SM t M W M. Said to be the most SIR n
was only setting:
Entered M seemed class mall I woman In American history yu
,, matter Man .. IMS M the pal anyone got besmirched, it was from a mud-covered boom A great woman has paned on, at present another "a1amorou. j,1-
afire at Homestead. Florid, under erang that had been aimed at the moral life of the presidentof taken ont step from this plane of American woman has been brought :
the act of March I. 1179. the United States and his family. ours Into the next Anne Sullivan Into public view and ReIN to be' %
Helen Keller'i teacher and making a bit of history across (rrr
:: SUB niCE $2.ee A TEAE We will not be tide-tracked into a private wrangle of Macy friend has gone on. Mri Macy seas Read Samuel Hapllrti.ll'Adam. '"

I claims and counter claims in spite of the masterpiece of made life endurable for Helen Keller .' book "The Gorgeous HUZ,;", f
uncouthness that appeared in Tuesday's issue of the theatre Her teacher and companion .,." There you will find the' :
TOM HARRISContinued for almost half a century she law of Peggy O'Neal DaU'hlef'
sheet The Roosevelt record has been distorted in one '
I the little girl, deaf, dumb and of an Inn-keeper Peggy sought :
or two other places in the present campaign and we intendto I blind almost from Infancy, growto and found her friends in high jf.jf..tory
( from Page One) examine into it. womanhood and become the places Great men of the day,:
concerned also In putting a stopto adored her but the wives of thew,'
In another editorial in the same issue that carried the I Ii outstanding woman of the day In
,I the driving of motor vehiclesby Just a few more days these two great men thought her a "harpy of
children, and that something, i attack on the private life of the Roosevelt family the Red- I women, teacher and pupil together degeneration" Clay, Webster, ..
thr parents of the community can land District News accuses the president of having beena were to have received the Roosevelt Randolph, Van Buren Jackson ili.jij
help us with. Both for the child's I director in one of the largest manufactories of slot machines Memorial association 1938 these makers of American history,;jjj.
wifely and for the safety of other I medals for "Leadership of Youth seemed as puppets the hands of -y
l motorists and pedestrians, this in the world and says that he "not only approved of and Development of American Peggy O'Neal who by her Invin-S
practice should be stopped. the one-armed bandits but actually sponsored them." Character. We have the book, clble charm disrupted one admin.;.f fIstratlon

0. "We don't want anybody to get I We read the same Republican propaganda which must "The Life of Helen Keller." In our and made a president. She ;:j\
the Idea we are having a rush of library Better read It, you might must have had winning ways thisgorgeous .
have Inspired this charge by the local throw-away sheet, "
authority to the head but this do worse. huzzy and if It It excitement -
... speeding<< and reckless driving and there was no mention of gambling slot machines. The Now who was "The Gorgeous you want you should read' j
problem In Homestead> has reach name of the corporation-Consolidated Automatic Merchandising I Huzzy'" This girl who lived backIn this story by Samuel HopkiniK
'. ed a critical stage and muit be Corporation-Indicates that it produced and the eighteenth century and kept Adams ,??;
1 brought under control. 1 am
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many cases, because I know of merchandise as gum, cigarettes and candy In return for FROM OUR MAIL BOX i gloom, depression
otherwise good citizens who vio- -the coins Inserted in them. The point the propaganda triedto NNMMNNNy1NNNNINNNNMNNNINNNNNNMINMNNNMkditor all who profess Jesus as

!Y! late, and the it traffic would ordinances pain me to everyday have make seemed to be that Roosevelt was really in sympathy Leader-Enterprise- Is I anew Saviour on this consecrate day to dePtb'I"of

i to stick a fine on some gf my good with corporation interests since he had been a director of celebrated The last each Sunday year In by October an ever- King, reigning over an

friends. this big corporation. If that is true, of course his actions Increasing number of Christians I kingdom while temporal j
,. "1 have Instructed the police since taking office have shown that he disregards his own throughout the world at the festival I and states> pass. .
t force to be on the alert for traffic of our Lord Jesus Christ the The collect appointed for the,
personal interests and sympathies where the public good
violations, however, and I Intendto
King. The celebration is plainly day expresses the thought molt.
back them Chief of Police is concerned. '
i. Inspired by an age-old Christian fully:
Sullivan and the other memben And regarding Mrs. Roosevelt's advice to girls as to tradition, namely that we must "Almighty and everlasting Cod;*!
of the force will give chase to .
,\ ex- their capacity for drinking the Redland District News of not fall to emphasize In our worship Who didst will to restore all thingsIn
traffic the idea of Christ triumphant Thy well beloved Son the
'made certain that Mrs. Roosevelt did "Ifa
: violators from now on. course say: sufferings
and glorified, whose painful of kings and Lord of Lords: KIIII'j'
Bowling G. Dye, who la t feet girl must drink she should learn how much she can safely and death won for Him. fully pant that all the ,
1 inch tall and weighs ItS pounds. hold." In any event is not Eleanor Roosevelt whom we and for us that signal victory 1 of the earth, set free from the
: :j was added to the police force, effective which His followers are ever joyfully calamity of sin, may be brought j ,
will elect president of the United States; it is Franklin 1
Nov 1 when the I
city council celebrating under His most gracious domin- '
e approved his application on Delano Roosevelt whose cheery smile, and dauntless courage
It meets what seems to be thegnat Ion. Who with Thee. In the unity ;,
: recommendation of Police Com- to blaze trails in behalf of the common people make it psychological need of to-day: of the Holy Ghost, liveth end

i 'J mitteeman J. O Wynn and Acting I hard to realize that he is still a little_crippled from.'an'ill- realizing once again the glad promise relgneth ever, one God, world
Muyor Harris at a special meetingof I '
the glorious possibilities of the without end. Amen.
1 the council last night. Mr. Dye j ness that not so many years ago took him down into the I redemption mystery, as dally renewed Wm. C TAYLOR, JR '
,, K la an experienced officer,especially valley of the shadow.CARNIVAL. In the Church in the midst Homestead, Oct. 20. 1930.'i!
familiar with traffic rules. I
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prizes will really be worthwhile.I
i 13 Signed as Members the juniors declare. The callers

In Far South Gun Club .will be W. E.: Rheney'and Landon NEw < '
(Continued From Page Oae) Carney, who have called beano at! In a 1
Thirteen signed up ai members time for the last two weeks, with
of the Far South Gun Club at a the result, they say that the 11138 the Homestead school carnivals for Refrigeration
4 dove supper at the Homestead carnival will be bigger and betterIn the last five years. SAVEs Wp
.. Country Club Wednesday night all ways The carnival serves The circus will be under the direction
The club decided to meet at 2f' the dual purpose of raising money of E. B. Blackburn, public I CllRRENT 1:
{ o'clock this afternoon to put up for the junior-senior banquet In speaking Instructor of the high SAVAS1IPand
the recently purchased skeet towers the spring and giving the peopleof school Peanuts and candy will
on the grounds south of the Homestead, large and small, a be sold during the two perform- ; V '
; I country club so that skeet shooting good time, one of the Juniors pointed ances, from 7 to 8 and from 8 to FRONr :FVES MORE
{j'.: can commence Sunday out. .. I .:.:. SPACE'I ;
At a meeting In the Wilson- The concessions with the exception There will ,be other concessions
: { Toomcr Fertilizer warehouse Friday of the arcade and the sponsored by the horn rooms of I
\ Robert S. Dunn was elected ben no, will be In a semi-circle on the junior and senior high school i'M
president: E. A. Buchanan vice- the playground Besides the grades
; 4 president: A. W. Hutchinson, sec food concession, the junior themselves The grounds will be adequate)
retary-treasurer and W B. Caved have the beano table which lighted through the courtesy> of !
: Jr range officer will I be placed on the teunlfcourtsbeside Gordon Ivey, superintendent ol .e .
Other members are: Tom Theus the gymnasium and the circus the municipal light and water department -
f It Brooker, Jr., Leslie bitter, A. which will be held In the Neva of the city of Homestead
Sylvester, Bevo Webb, Bob Harris King Cooper School auditorium. Virgil Lyon is furnishing bottledgas
. Willard Fifield Claude Campbell There will be more beano tables and the stove for the food ;
and O R. Hall. than were used last year and the booth.

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Seed for Fall Planting We also have Redland Brand Fertilizers for Step put that hard-to-reach c

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October 23,1936 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pace Five

SCHOOL CODE TO Services Expert of Offered Potato Here HEALTH TALKSTO 1

BE STUDIED BY Seed bed for potato teed tests BE GIVEN AT Meeting of Fruit and Vegetable

to be made In co-operation with
ROTARY CLUB South Dade Farms, live have been
planted by J W. Wtaton, deputy SHANKLINGROVE i Growers in Homestead High
seed commissioner for the state of
Committee Takes Proposed North Dakota, who arrived boN Dr. Irene Shanklin to Open j

Changes UnderAdvisement two weeks ago with Mrs: Weston Lecture Series TuesI I
and U occupying an apartment In
day at 2:30
tha residence of Mr and Mrs.Given .

The ichool code prepared by a Victor.Concerning. Dr. Irene AucUrni; Shanklin,I'
committee of 112 civic workers Mr. Wtstons presence -, dietician lecturer and teacher, \
at the request of Governor Sholta bare James Sottile, Sr.,' Is opening a series of afternoon I OCT. 23, 8 O'CLOCK
tier a thorough survey by Columbia president of South Dade Farms talks at 130: at the Shanklin I
University educator, wai Inc.,made the following announce grove, a half-mil west of Flor-i
taken under advisement Wednesday ment this week: Ida City, corner Redland road i Prior to the two national conventions, leading fruit and

bY a Homestead Rotary Club "We are pleased to announce and Palm avenue, In the new vegetable grower growers' organisation and civic grojups mot
committee competed of J. D. Redd, the arrival of Mr. J W. Weston, building which houses the Har-
Mo Health foods, sold the In session in Homestead and drafted a resolution scraping the
: Frank B Rue and L. B. Sommara the official deputy Seed Commissioner -
They will devote two week of of the State of North Da- United States import of foreign fruit and;Vegetable to this country asking
study to Its provision kota, who hat been assigned to the I She I I. going to tell how these for a protective tariff asking that American market be given
i This action was taken after Sam Homestead area to conduct seed I food are made, prepare them for back to the American farmer and condemning the reciprocity
J Davis of Rcdland outlined the plot experiments this winter in the table and explain the health
proposed code. Mr. Davit made behalf of the State of North Da- ful qualities Free sample and trade treaty with Cuba. This resolution, endorsed by national
a thorough study of It ai chairmanof kota. While here Mr. Weston will prizes as well as menu sheets and local fruit and vegetable grower*' organizations and various
a committee of the Redland gladly counsel any of our tenants will be given each afternoon. She I civic group, was presented to the two national convention
District Lion Club. He was presented desiring consultation 01crop will explain from a large chart
with the request that It be Inserted a* a plank In the two plat-
by W. I Fl k,of Homestead, problems, particularly those with which foods,are alkaline and which i
deputy district governor ol FlorIda which potato grower are concerned are acid, and will tall how to combine form
Lion ." them far health and \longevity

Mr. Davis laid Florida' school Her opening subject for Tuesday This resolution was ignored at the Democratic conventionin
had its law He afternoon Oct. 27, at :230:
system outgrown Poultryman to SpeakTo
will be "What to Eat for Health" Philadelphia. It was adopted In principle at the Republican -
the of
emphasized abolishing the special Importance tax school It. D. I. A. Monday Her topics Wednesday afternoonOct. I convention In Chicago Not only wu it adopted In principle

district to eliminate conflict of of 28, will be "Overcoming Constipation" but Oov AU M. London was asked to express his opinion
s. C. Mean, secretary the
authority and "Weak Eyes"Thursday :
board and the between district the trustee county and Florida Poultry Association, will Oct. 29, she will speak relative to the import of foreign fruiU and vegetables This
to assure operation the school be the guest speaker at the meetIng on Building a New Body,', and he did In his Minneapolis address, and he expressed himself

on the equal opportunity county of the Redland District Im- Friday, Oct. 30, on "The Death favorably on ivery point asked by the Florida fruit aDd vegetable
Association be held
unit bail provement Dinner. She will moreover, serve Ii
Monday night at 8 o'clock In the grower In their resolution.
Under the new code, the state the "death dinner" and explain
superintendent of public Instruction auditorium of Redland Farm Life its reaction In the body,
required to have not less than I School, Wm. W. Johnston, president Shall we a* fruit and vegetable grower of South Florida
announced yesterday I
a master degree would be ap- also lead In community singing support the man who ha promised u* what we tick: and shall
pointed, not elected, by a state Music will be furnished by*the Mr. Johnston and John Scannel-.
we go on record as doing same t
Redland High School Band, direct
board appointed by the governor li just returned from a visit to
and serving! without pay T ed by Miss Rebecca Fisher, music l Tampa, Fort Myers, Winter Hav-
county board of five members Instead supervisor of the school who will en and Lakeland where they ac- JOHN Q WILLIAMS.
of three, would tJ elected by quainted themselves with method
the voters but would likewise an amendment to allow the school : used in staging fairs Mr. Johnston Chairman Resolution Committee
serve without pay. The county members of a congressional district said that a report of the Dade

superintendent would be appointed In Joint session to recommendto County Tropical Fair held under (Note that meeting place Is lllih School Building, not Grammar
by the county board with the the governor the member of the auspice of 'the Improvement
requirement that he have at least the state board to represent that Association last February wouldbe School Bulldin;where Junior Carnival twine aeM)
a bachelor degree, particular district, thus curbingthe : made and plans for the 193T
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Mr."" W Weston the official Seed '
tr. } J, : deputy 1" .

::.- Commissioner of the State. of North Dakota, ,. .,' ,....

'. who has been assigned to the Homesteadarea .I, .
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: -- winter in behalf of the State of North Dak. "

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Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, October23.1936!

public appearance at the County mess, George Holt, II. E. Ovpr-
Parent-Teacher Council in the PETTEWAYContinued street and f., Undsty, and Charlie

I : :The Redland Rattler Oct school 91.IB .auditorium on Wednesday county HannocY surveyor.Each party. nominee for

( from Fig One)
of these will make brief
._n mu_... mu .u Redland High School Bandare woman for Florida, who hat Just I preliminary talks proceeding Judge,
seven cornet, five clarinet, in
Anna D. Carter and Mia rectorship: of Mia Payne, and five slide trombones, one C melody returned from a speaking tour Petleway
Kcrfoot, the sixth and fifth grade with the help of Mr*. Melee and saxophone, one oboe, one i New York slate and the Democratic east; Ernest -I The entertainment feature of
teacher, are planning to .have i MIN Brannon, I Ia putting on a flute, three J're1Kborne.: one B B I nominee R. Graham the thoDemocrtlc the program will comprise band
charge of the costume paradein domestic farce called "The Worm flat tuba, en* bass drum, and two for state senator; I music and solo by well-known
the carnival. Prises will be Turn" It depict life a* It will be snare drum legislative nom- radio artiste from both Miami
given for the most comical and the In 1081 So far the cast is a secret I broadcasting stations A local (-
molt beautiful costume It should However, we all feel that ),ft. Mitchell scoutmaster, Is goIng Ann Brown, Mary Eleanor: Wil-' "hill billy" orchestra has also been ,
arouse more Interest to note that i we must not mill the picture of the to take the Boy Scout on a llama and Shirley Davl I engaged for the program

ant ana from the tiniest tot that mail as the gentle. domestic head week-end camping trip Friday The next Girl Scout meeting will I It I is expected a large number of I
can toddle to the oldest person ableto of the house while the woman I.e Is afternoon, October 23, to the pine Be held on Thursday evening at the Miamians will attend the rally,
totter may enter this masque the -' Mechanical people forest on Krome avenue. Lion Club. At this time Mist which will be transferred to the
rode contest will also be featured. Crawford, a representative from
II i school auditorium in the eventof
Mia Murray met with the Girl Scout headquarters in Miami, will rain. I
Mrs. Furry' claw will have the Other carnival attractions are: a
II Scout Thursday nightit the be present to make a talk helpIn 1
Those of who cake raffle sponsored by Miss Cast, ea
fish pond. you Lion' Club. The girl wr organized the organization i I of patrols READ THE WANT ADSTIObIESTEAD
ordinarily have the proverbial an honest to goodness fortune teller
into three patrols In
fUherman's luck may rest assured for your entertainment providedby
Group One : Amma Sorrel.
are senior
that on this occasion you need not Mrs. Fletcher and Mrs. Russell,
patrol leader, and the following HARDWARE CO. '

go home without some kind of a cake walk, and library tag with I
girls: Lanelle Roger,Betty Lou
cstch Miss Johnson in charge According
Harris, Betty and Ruth Crawihaw,
to predictions everyone will I ;
Edwards, Illnora Robb,
Other feature Included In the have i good time at our carnival. Dorothy Fla. II:
I and Lydia Vlhlen. In Irene Jack.IOn' Phone 516-M Homestead,
carnival are a baby show sponsor
patrol there are: Dolores
ed by the Parent-Teacher Association Batty Gutteridfe song chairman
Cowan Irma Griffin, JBety Ann
a chamber of new terrors wa In charge of a most Interesting -
Marshall Suzy Leggett Jessie Anderson -
for the eager spectator, a scout program given for the
Jennie Sue and
booth, a bingo table, and a won 4-H Club at ichool here \last Tuesday Rogers ,j
Lena Bell Bond In Group Three
der show at which we feel certain The meeting was openedby
with Lucille Drlgger patrol
that visitor will really won singing e number of the club .
leader are: Margaret Albright,
der And just In case you have songs, after which Margaret Still-
Norma and Lillian Andrews, El-
for of those man, our council representative
a yen one "Sally l
meda Robert. Josephine Cash,
Rand" dolls-be aura to try your gave a brief report on the coun- IeseCancillaEes'
and mascot--Klrsteen Torbert. Also
II luck at those "nigger babes" in cU meeting which she attended I
present at the meeting wept
Mrs Danl I'a booth Then for all Saturday morning Miami. The
Mr. Mitchell and MI'I. Mitchell
who feel bow and arrow minded, girl are very enthusiastic about
the scout lieutenant The Girl
Miss Murray, third grade teacher, starting their project; many have art I
Scout are proud to say that they
hat planned a most Interesting way already planted their gardens The
have three new member: Mary
t, of spending the evening Mrs membership chairman Introduced
Runnel and Mr. Fletcher will have Lena Bell Band at the last meetIng -
charge of the cake-walk and the a* a new member of our club. 11 11 ;
fortune telling booth. Perhaps the most important factor HOMESTEAD HOMELAUNDRY :
governing these program II that FOR/AGAINST
f There will bee popularity contest of teaching the member to accept
I sponsored by Mr RiVet and offices of responsibility Then toe, r..
j I Mr, Vlhlen. One girl will be selected they must do more than the leaders ''i\
to represent each clan In and parents request-not just 115 S. W. 2nd ST.
the high school The girl who receives enough to ",et by", The girls I While you're in the voting mood; vote for candidatesthat

the highest number of votes must learn to be thrifty and to MRS. ALICE KENT, PROP. stand for liberty and.freedom in the kitchen .
will not only be awarded a be
observing, and more even than
loving cup but will also be known that, they must be able to plan II' health and happiness for no.a.w ves.comfort and cot>\<-,
t as Mis Redland throughout the ahead. Cash and Carry Prices vcnicnce: for all husbaodi These popular represcntaovej ,.. .'"'

entire year of the people have selected ELECTRIC COOKERYtnd 4
i Hayiag Appllsaot Throughout
The band, conducted by Miss
4' The Junior I class under the di. Rebecca Fisher, will make Its first ELECTRIC WATER HEATING for the principal -
planks In heir platform Here's what they :
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We will need all that you can supply, and a committee will call ..

J' at your home next Sunday to collect them. Now, you won't haveto '" .: "

remain at home In order to co-operate, unless you want to. You

i can just bundle up what you have to give and leave It on the doorstep

:- where the committee will find it. .

1.. Remember that we have a host of school children that are in Uw A* k.d"... tm "fcoo* Id.tenqnan WATERPROVIDER :

need! of shoes and and *..awh Upside fa*.I "
i clothing certainly you will find something sots w dM owv fen*to. SMM.tula k

that will be serviceable. Remember too, that many a child in our .>a...,juicy .......--.track

ii community Is ashamed to go to school for the reason he or she Is *.8.IM m mt bass you MM.nhiai yw a*tmiltt.Mi VMa tn'. I ,.' .I

:. not properly dressed. Please help them. .....ta..ota.. Mi

The toys will be handed to our city fire department, who in .'.

turn will repair and paint them, and when the time comes for the .',--

Christmas baskets to go around, each poor child will receive a toy ': "

;'' gift; that is, if you. will co-operate. f .- ""

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,r. Geo. Davis of Fort Oglethorpe, '
I Oa, I is visiting at the home of Mr I
and Mn. Oscar Clonln r. i !
Joe Deslo oI New York arrived ,
Tuesday for the winter He will 1
put In a crop. TVELLA SAULS, School Editor i iIn
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Mrs. Edw Barnes and children the biology and general Mr*. Edward room la lied to
returned last week from Alabama science clean the students were have the following children back
when they spent the summer with shown Travelogue fflma.. These 1
relative In school. Phena ROM Alfonso, J
were loaned by James R. Cameronof
Dr. and Mr J. A. Smith moved I road, north of Brodle's comer, but Miami who ha written Donald Posey, Wesley Kelly, and .
The Florida P-T A. will
'- Tuesday from their home on nl* condition I* somewhat improved City book The projector la "wra'i John Parker Jack Meade has flu. ;
North Krome Avenue between now. sponsor a tag day sale on election
Sixth and Seventh street to their day. Mrs. Herbert Hunter and Mrs. the aglrculture department In Mia Jackson's class Ann .
; newly completed home on North Howard McClanahan of Key W .W. Severy are the committeeIn of the picture will be shown at Home la Ill and Mary Jo Terberg t J Jis
the Junior carnival tonight back In ichooL
Krome .t Ninth street J. E. Mc- West spent Tuesday with his charge. ,
who ha been making his brother-In-law and slater The Spanish class haa receivedthe
Clung Mr. and H. N. Brown la pending this ,
9 home with Dr. and Mn. Smithr Mn J. M. Holcomb. Mn. Holcomb first copy of e Spanish maga-
week at bit home on Eighth: street
sine which it hat One
baa moved with tham to the new returned to Key Weat with him for
place a short visit Mr. and Mn V. C Swanson of period each week la spent la SPRAYED \
Rapid City, S. D., and their reading In this magailn {
James Gibbi returned yesterdayfrom Mr. and Mn Henry Head and nephew, Arthur Swanson of The senior girl have the boxes BEANS i
Detroit, MIch., when he Mrs. E. B. Koestline, all of Braden- Eustis, left Tuesday forbelr ready for the voten to drop their ;
pent the past three month with ton, and the Rev. Carl Koestlineof home Mr. and Mrs. Swanson : pennies In for the girl that they are ( '

hit brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Tampa spent Tuesday and will stop In Eustis for a short visit wish to win In the popularity- ..-. I j
and Mn D. L. Lllley He attended, Wednesday with the Rev. and Mn. before going north. test The contestants Ire Dorothy BETTER PHV

a Detroit high school while away A. A. Koestline, Mn. Head's and I Home, Marcia Cauzena, Lucille beans i !
and will resume his studies at Mr. Koestline'a brother and .-- The Missionary Went, Nina Dyal and Constance 1
Homestead High School Monday. ter-ln-law and Mn. Koeitltne' '' Society ofh.. Community Scherr. I !
Church held its October meetingat )Hundred of grower who
son and daughterinlaw.Frank I' Mr. Blackburn' ninth grade has] .
Mn. R. O. Valuer was brought the home of Mn. Lucy Clinton chosen as class colon, blue and : used to dual their bean
home yesterday from the PostGraduate Valentine of DeLand Wednesday afternoon white. have profited from this Important \I

hospital where aha underwent spent Monday and Tuesday with I Mrs. Johnson la able to be backin I fact: Spraying! ,
Mr. and Mn. E W. Severy of beam with Sulfoclde gives 1,
a minor operation. friend in Homestead.Mrs. school after being out severs ,
Miami were Sunday visitor In week because of Illness so many more successive: ,

Mrs C F. Moffett of Miami arrived Olin Wright of South Miami Florida City. Elbert West wa the lucky one I pickings that It actually 'i

this week to spend the win- and her little son, Olin Jr., J. A. Severy la serving a* a to win a big little book in an double average crop production "'.
ter with her grandson, Edwin MoOarrah. are spending the week with Mr. Juror in Miami this week. amateur contest In Mr. Lucai;i over bean dusted .
They have an apartment and Mn. Bruce Ennla: room. with Sulfur One sprayedacre '
In the home of Dr. and I Mn. Hamilton Felton of Miami Miss Haggard' seventh grade! will yield a* much attwe
J. B. Tower, M<-.. Floyd Fogle, her ton, Floyd, and her four children are guests class has elected Louis Biondo a* I dusted acre .I l
MR'I and her sister. Mia Bonnie tills, this week of Mr. and Mn. Jim president and Lamar Dickinson "I If you continue to dust your ,/
Mr. and Mil Lyman [ arrived Sunday from Sarasota Cook. vicepresidentMrs. beans you are going to the
of Metter Ga., announce the where Mrs. logic and her son Webb' Class welcomes' expense of seeding, planting ,r
of a son on Oct. IS at their home spent two week with Mn. Fogle' George Wings and Francis' cultivating and ferti
there. Mrs. Williams was form. mother Mill Ellis will make her II. II. s.4ii: :w Skiver back In school This room ; lining two acres when you "
erly Miss Estelle BoweD of Home I home with Mr. and Mrs. Fogle By Mary Duncan has received its tint gold star InI I could get the tame result \
stead. Her mother, Mrs. D. L while attending the Homestead II' music and Sara Lou Wells ha* from one acre sprayed with \
Bowen, who hat been visiting I Business College. -- made an attractive poster for It I Sulfoclde! Can you affordto '
them, plan to return soon. G-; This week a report of the coun Mrs. Bird' class la glad to have keep on losing the bigger 1
I Mn. Ida of Miami visited meeting wa given by Anna Edith Booth back In school I yields that Sulfoclde could
Mrs. Nita Thompson of Miami from Saturday till Monday a.tI bell Redd Lou Belle Grennell and Mrs Flfield'i room had IS on be giving you? )'J
arrived last week for a visit with I I the home of her nephew and niece, I Norma Gotsman. The membership the health honor roll last week It 1 Commence spraying with 1
her brother and iliter-ln-law Mr. Mr, and Mn. Geo. M. Frick. II
chairman, Teresa Redd, gave
I has Inspection every morning ) Sulfocld I to 200 just a* ,
and Mn. A. W. Hutchlnson. I a program. Each week a head doctor to chosen I your bean come through ;

Mr. and Mn C. D. Bethea who FLORIDA CITY Others present were: CoUia I and a doctor for each row. the ground. Keep new
spent the summer at their home In I Mr. VT. W. Bevtry. Correspondent Grennell Eloise: and Rachel Ooss- Mile DorM room haa reelectad : growth covered and spray
Gainesville, arrived last week for man". Margaret Field, Julia Frances I cops. Lois Murray I* the chief especially just after pick. t
the winter Mason.Mn. Mr of North Sullivan Thelma Radford, and his helpers are Mary Radford Ing. Start spraying your
Catherine Potter
Katherine Orfanedea and Mary and Billy Jacoba. This class Is planning tomatora peppers, and eggplants
T4 E. Evan was brought Haven, Conn.. arrived Monday to Duncan. to buy two library books la the seed bed. ,
horn Oct. IS, from a Miami_ occupy her winter home on North] Barbara Miller la back In school I The best dealers in Florida '

pltal where she has been recovering Broadway.Mr. Mary Catherine Suber gave the sell Sulfocld It will pay
from a major operation. BOY SCOUT SIGNALSBy class little aquarium. '
end Mn. J. H. Simmons accompanied I'I'Ia you to Insist on having It.
Mr. and Mn. Samuel Bartlett, by Miss Ruth Paint P. ... Bird, Jr. Mrs. Ray room Leroy FIU- Ask for helpful leaflet.
who recently bought the Kipg and Brook Stumph left Petersburg hugh and Bobby Brandenburg' Sulfoclde the Bean Spray". .

grove and home at Redland road W. Va., on Monday for their Scout S. O. S.I W* are about to were ill Monday. I B. G. Pratt Company
and Coconut Palm drive, moved winter home in Florida City lose our truck. It would be a
there School gym to hold our (I Church Bt, New Test \
this week. They art making -
Mia Louise Jones, Miss Jane pito taw our truck after payIng In now.Next.
Improvement to the house and 1
$80 on It. We would like SULFOCIDEThe
Level and Dr. J. Harold Klock of any
week Is ... meetln"l I
beautifying the grounds.
one who can to contribute as much
I Miami were guests of Mr and Mrs and we would like all
aa he can, for it Is for O Bean Spray I
Charles Pratt; been 1U of Fritz Schroeder on fishing trip a worthy to come. s
I cold at his home on Redland Sunday. cauae. ,
We have the Homestead High )

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Cheaply as halt for the ,
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Will Give a Series of
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latest long distance irate reduction, effective September face.and_ rutl.J FREE LECTURESOn
1, was the seventh reduction yoluntanly made by the CompanyIn

the past:1I.eara. and will save telephone user many Bush's Barber Shop Health, Beauty Secret, Overcoming your Ills, through a

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greater or less distances at a correspondingly low cost. Mile Ullia Brew. Operate and prize given free. This I* an opportunity of a life time to

Telephoning la the quick, easy, economical and personal acquire this wonderful knowledge. Dr. Irene will toll you

way to keep in close touch with out-of-town relative* and how to restore your tired, lick bodies back to Health and
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[ Members of the board of deacons -

[ Social Events I of the Homestead Baptist
Church and their wives were, Member of the Junior Those present Included: Mr. and

guests at a supper given by the Club, husband of woman"l Mrs. L. B. Danny Mr. and Mn. H.
Rev. and Mn. C. N. Walker at I friends were entertained T. Oxford, Mr. and Mrs. E.: A.

their home Tuesday night loween party at the Homestead Buchanon, Mr. and Mrs. E.: A.

HALLOWEEN PARTY FOR NOVEMBER 2 Afterward each one present give Country Club Monday night by Ennis, Mr. and Mrs. Reed, Mr.
his Idea of what could be done to the entertainment committee of and Mrs. Hardin, Mr. and Mrs.
IS PLANNED BY YOUNG PEOPLE'S UNION Improve the church. I the club, Mrs. Hunter Hardin, Fred Kufeldt, Mrs. Paul Reynolds

-- Present were: Mr. and Mn. F. Mn. J. D. Perkins and Mint Ellen Mrs. Herbert Turner Mrs. Geo.

A Halloween party for Monday |,I Mr. Taylor was appointed permanent L.-McIlwain, Mr. and Mn. R. E. Huff.. The clubhouse was decorated M. Sonnlchsen, Mrs. Joel J. Rob-
I| chairman of the good will Edwards, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Tower, with black and orange streamer inson, Mrs. J. S. Horton, Mrs. R. CHuff
Nov 2 at the American Legion
night, that drooped from the rafters Mrs. W. B. Caves Jr. Miss
committee to contact persons who Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M Frick. Mr. ,
hall on South Krone avenue do not belong to the organization. and Mrs. S. H. Fitch Mn. W. D. and twined about the fireplace.Mr. Pearl Whitaker, Miss Thelma Turner -

was aliened fey the directors 011 Another business meeting will Home and Mrs Green. and Mn. Wilburn Reed won Miss Marguerite Wollam Miss

the Redtand District Young Peo- be held on Nov. 15 in the Baptist the prize In a squatting contest Huff, Misses Alice and Grace Hobson -

ple's Union at a meeting held In Church at which time arrangements B. P. W. C. TO HAVE and in an apple eating contest. Miss Mary Bradley, Miss MI-
the Homestead Baptist Church will be completed for amass SURPRISE QUIZ Richard McCormick won the chair riam Burton, Bill McConnell; t.

Sunday afternoon. meeting and a program at The legislative chairman, Mn. tilting conteit. Harry Diehl played C. McGlnnls, Ansel Burrow R. E.:
the guitar and sang. Sherurd, Mr. McCormick and Ed-
Miss' Elisabeth Bush, recreation the Homestead Presbyterian Wm. E. Myers, will conduct a surprise -
Hats, noise makers and candy win McGarrah.
chairman will have charge of the Church on Nov. 29. quiz at Monday night's meetIng I.u
were given to all and a Before the party the club members -
party. She will be assisted by The young people of the district of the Homestead Business i
grab bag of favors and trinkets had dinner at the Green Lan-
Miss Christine Hughes and Alvah are Invited to attend the party. A and Professional Women's Club.
was passed around. tern Restaurant.
Taylor who will help with refreshments small charge will be made to defray Mn. Villa Betterley, district

and decorations. expense director, will be present to discuss
plan for the district meeting MRS. W. B. CAVES, JR. ert Bell, Mrs. O. W. Drlggen, Mrs
ENTERTAINS GLEANERSMrs. Ottto Bernecker: Mrs. C. N. Hen-
which will be held In the Homestead -
REMAND CLUB HEARS Ruhele, Mn. Russell Trotter, Mn.
OF TRIP TO AFRICAMrs. E. L. Nelson, Mn. C. Ben Plum- Country Club on Nov. 15. I W. B. Caves, Jr., was hostess derson and Mrs. Mary Epperson of

K. K. Clarke told member mer, Mn. K. K. Clarke, Mn. J. R. MMMNNN.NNMMMIMM, w ,MMNwIIIIMNThe to the Gleaners' class of--the Naranja Chapter.It .
of the Woman's Club of the Red- Hickson, Mn R. Y. Burr Mn. Calendar Baptist Sunday School at her was announced that the

lands Tuesday about her recent Della Lockhunt, and three visitors, apartment In the Flowers building Areme Club, business club of the .
trip to Africa and showed InterestIng Mn. Hugh Gordon of Miami, Mn. Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Wlllard chapter, will serve meals on election -
souvenirs. Mn. B. A. Wal- H. Manh and Mn. Helen Field. Oct. 23-H. H. S. Junior carnival Fifield, president, presided duringthe day, Nov. 3, In the fire sta

din, the: president, presided.Mrs. business meeting.Ice tion.
Oct 21: -Areme Club meeting In cream and cake were served "
W. Turner, Jr., and Mri. Seymour P.-T. A. RECEPTION .1 O. O. F. hall at 3 p. m. by the hostess. W. O. W CIRCLE DELEGATES

Dane were named as delegates to Approximately three hundred Oct. 29: -Special meeting of the Present besides those named ATTEND DISTRICT MEETING.

the Oct. 28 meeting of the County school patrons attended the recep- Episcopal Woman' Auxiliary in were: Mrs. Phillip Reams, Mrs. Local delegates who attended
church at 11 a. m. Murphy, Mrs. Dexter Home, Mrs. '
Federation of Woman' Clubs. tion given for the school facultyby the district rfeiWibtl "et OM
Oct. 29-Chaucer Guild meeting Gordon Ivey and Mrs. S. L. West
Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, the librarian the Homestead Parent-Teacher Woodmen's Circle In Pompanos
with Mn. E. M. Froscher.Oct. .
announced that the library Association in the Neva King the teacher. Friday were: Mrs. Ruth Godwin,
will be open on the first and Cooper School auditorium Friday ''homestead -B Open P. W. meeting C. at homeof of EASTERN STAR INITIATES district treasurer; Mrs. Annie Mar-
third Tuesdays of each month tin, district auditor; Mrs. Frances
evening. Principal L. B. Sommen Mn. L. K: Bow. MR. AND MRS. RALPH MOON
from 2 to 9 p. m. Introduced each of the teachers to Coker, district Inner sentinel; and
Oct. 28 of Dade About
-Meeting County fifty persons were present -
Mrs. Clna Stewart and Mrs. Mrs Bessie Brady, Miss Flossie
the assembly and told what degrees
Council of Parents and Teacher at the meeting of Ad Astra
Waldin served refreshments. Gordy and Miss Nellie Mae Mar-
each one ha and what he
In Redland. Chapter of the O. E. S.
Member present were: Mrs It. teaches. Friday tin who took part in drill team
Oct. 29 Neighborhood Club night when Mr. and Mn. Ralph
E. Schumacher, Mrs. II. Kufeldt, work.A .
Mrs. C. N. Walker first president meeting at Bevo Webb home. Moon were Initiated into the
Mrs. E. A. Carter, Mr*. W. D. Ma-
banquet Was served at 6
of the association told what Oct. 29-District meeting of order.
han Mrs. Turner Mrs. Clna Stewart
the association Is doing, and the Presbyterian Auxiliary in Holly Stanley Wittkop sang two solos' o'clock, and I program of music
Mr Waldin and Mrs.
Dane. '
Rev. A. A. Koeatline gave the address wood. with piano accompaniment by and dances was given in the even-
Mrs. Clarke Mn. B. F. Collier and
of welcome. Oct. SO-Redland School carni- Mrs. Wittkop, and Mrs. Wm. Mus- Ing.The !.
Mrs. J. M. Dobbin were visitors.MISS .
Mn. S. L. West presented a short val on school grounds.Oct. selwhlte sang two solos with accompaniment next district meeting will

THELMA TURNER musical program which consistedof -Halloween dance at by Miss Virginia be held in Miami In January. Bon-

GIVES MONOPOLY PARTY : an Instrumental trio by Geo. 'Homestead Country Club sponsored Frlck. gainvlllea Grove will be the host
M. Trick, Willard Fifleld and by Junior Woman' Club as Visitors from other chapters Included -
i Miss Thelma Turner gave a Clarence Hunt; a vocal solo, by swimming pool benefit. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sears ess.All W. O. W. and circle members
monopoly party at her home on Mrs. Wm. Musaelwhlte accompanied Nov. 5-All day study meeting and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hllchey of and their families are invited to

Bauer drive Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. by Miss Virginia Trick anda of Presbyterian Auxiliary with Hialeah, and Mrs. A. C. Albright, attend a joint meeting In Miamion
t Wilburn Reed and Mrs. Nita vocal solo by Stanley Wittkop Mn. K. K. Clarke. Mrs. Walter Thompson Mrs. Rob- Monday Nov. 9.

Thompson won the high score accompanied by Mn. Wittkop.Mrs. Nov. C-District meeting of

prizes and Mrs. Robert Darting W. B. Mill, musle supervisor, Episcopal Woman' aulliary at
and Mn. Elbert Froacher, the con- led In community singing. Trinity Episcopal Church in MI- .
solation prizes. v.r
ami at 10
Mn. 1. S. Horton and Mrs T. a. m. .
Present were: Mrs. A. W. HutchInson Nov. 9 Redland District Min
Mrs. Herbert Turner Mn. J. Faust served punch after the
+ isterial Association luncheon meetIng .,
Lloyd Field, Mrs. T. J, Walker, program.
at home of Dr. and Mn. L C. fN 1
Mrs Reed Mrs. Froscher, Mrs. Shanklin In Florida City.
Thompson, Mn. Darelng and Miss LOCAL EASTERIN STARS Nov. to-Woman' Club of
Margaret Ames Homestead meeting at 3 p. m. A
{ I Seven members of Ad Astra Nov. 11-Program of prayer itSt PARTY
8UB-DEB CLUB PLANS Chapter of the O. E. S., Mn. Ceo. John's Episcopal Church.

CARNIVAL CONCESSIONWhen W. Turner, Jr., Mn. Albert Mey- Nov. 13-Redland P.-T. A. meeting -

the Sub-Deb Club met I bem, Mrs. B. G. Branch, Mrs. J. L. at 8 p. m.

i Wednesday evening with Miss I Burton, Mn. Edw. Brooker !/In.r Nov. 13: -Meeting of Episcopal

Bobble Summerlln it made plans r Dexter Smith and Miss Estelle Woman' Auxiliary with Mr. W.
for the concession. It la to have at Turner attended I meeting of J. Clark. '

the Junior carnival at the Homestead Coral Gable Chapter Tuesday Nov. 15-District meeting of

school tonight night Business and Professional Wo-

Those present were: Miss Helen Mn. C. N. Henderson and Mn. men' Club at Homestead Coun-

West Miss Iva Dyal, Miss Marcia M. A. Fennell attended from Na- try Club.
Cauzens, Miss Jane Keely, Miss ranja Chapter. Nov. IT-Meeting of the Wo- .
Henrietta Hartman, Miss Nina man's Club of the Redland at
Pearl Bush and the hostess. YOUNG PEOPLE'S LEAGUE: 3p.m.
Refreshments were served after'ENJOYS BREAKFAST PARTY Nov. 17-Cleaners' class meetIng 4i 4

the meeting. Memben of the Young People's with Mrs. Wlllard Flfield at
I IN PARTIES well adds
Service League of St. John' Episcopal 3:30.: as as candy, variety an 0

MRS. IVERSON SPEAKSTO Church enjoyed, a breakfast extra touch pleasure.. Every pound of candy I
party at the home of Mr. and Mn. ,

Daniel Iverson of Miami Lee H. Lehman Sunday morning from our stock has Just that variety that will click.
was the speaker at a mission study after corporate communion service. i

meeting of the Presbyterian Wo- f I I
man's Auxiliary the home of In the group were: Mn. Edw.
M.... V. M. Harris on Silver Palm Walton Miss Helen Taylor Miss s BeautyTrue Whiteman's
drive on Oct. 19. Mn. A. T. Arthurwas I Ellen Huff Miss Marcia Gauzena, ,
In charge and Mn. J. M. Hol- Misses Carrie Belle and Rose beauty demand

forty gave the devotional. Caves, Miss Helen Lehman, the the best of care at all
Others present were: M.... R.I Rev. Wm. C. Tayloor, Ben Plum- times. Whether you

C. Jackson, Mrs. B. E.: Gatlln.Mn. mer, Geo. Bow, Billy Clark, Joseph wish a wave, a facial Russell McPhail
Paul Haley Mrs. A. S. Darling I and Robert Gauzen and Clayton a manicure, or any of

Mn. D. M. Pappy, Mrs. Geo. Lehman.DANCE the other essential aids Candies
to beauty, you'll find
I the skilled operators at

Regular Saturday Pat' Beauty Parlor
I ready to serve you
Night Dance-Sat. quickly at any time. ,

October 24th. I Croqnltnole, Spiral and

CemblaaUoaPERMANENT The Dixie DrugYour

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GUST DAY PROGRAM "A Faithful glewardiihlp"; COCONUT DROVE ubjquafit Insertion
Evening "The I 5* a line
The guest day program of the Show T a.d. Admission IS. I .

Vtman's Club of Homestead Breadth of God's Lev*," Matinee Sal. and Iii..., lOcI -

wltfeh was scheduled for next tt. f p.m. j FOR RENT FOR SALE Guavas fc Ih.. onlyIn
has been postponed because small '
Tuesday Oet. IS LeoBon-a rmoB Sun. M.... Tore., Oct t J, 13. n quartern Ju1MM
the proposed speaker can FOR RENT- 14 room house West Grover Rehired.GLADIOLUS .

not come st that time, Mrs. Harry topic: "Probation After Death. ALICE FAYE Mowry St and 8th Ave, Home- I

D Wolfe president of the club HOMESTEAD METHODIST ADOLPH MENJOU I stead See S. F. Pye South MI- BULBS Pteardy,
the moat spectacular and most
ounced yesterday. ami Police Station.
, ;= Oct 2S-Morning mrtsatei In (p o 23)
beautiful gladiolus ever produced. -
'The next meeting of the club
will be its regular meetingon The Math Celnmandment"tevening "Sing Baby Sing"Wed" ,, FOR RENT-S room hous with Flesh to salmon pink color ,

Nov. 10. nessare "The Last electricity In South Allapattah Vigorous grower and well adapted }

,_- Sign of the Times" Tburfc, Oct. tt It I Garden J. M. Holferty, South to Florida condition Highest }

LYNNE IRWIN HAS I 8T. JOHN'S CHURCH JACK: HOLT I AUapattah Qardena. Menu, quality bulb, large sit $12

BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION Oct. 14. Saturday S. Raphael la"Dangerous Goulds, Fla. (o 16-23) per 100 medium *.ta*, $1.SO per

Seventeen guest were present I 100, postpaid. Order for ship
archaniel; Holy Eucharist Waters" TOMATO LAND In Allapattah
by Mrs. Frank Irwin I ment by express not prepaid,
at a party T .. m. Garden
section farmed In tomatoes -
for her son, Lynne on his OeL 15. !Sunday! Feat of Friday, Saturday, Oct. 36,31 three year ago now ha large die $1,80 per 100, medium
Bite $1.10 hundred. No order
eleventh birthday Monday. Harry Lord lewis Christ the
our HENRY AJtMBTTA. BOBBY myrtle growth Rent $2 per acre
accepted for lea than $2. Special ,
Martin and Homer Byrum won King Holy Eucharist, I .. m.
BREEM In per year. Other land entirely I
In contest prices per 1000. E: T. Draper,
the prizes played.
lau'.d's I cleared f 10 per acre. D. E. Allen Boyklns Va.
Each guest was given a surprise Miami, Phone 2- 891. i
package by Mrs. Irwin. A birthday S$-Morning sermon: Sing Again"Special I I

cake was cut and served with "Loyalty to My Saviour" TOMATO OR POTATO land for GUAVA JUICE $1 per gallon.

ice cream. Mrs Irwin was assisted evening sermon "Studies In HalloweenMidnille rent at Goulds Fla. Preston H. Jungle Grove, Redland.

by Mrs. J. Tom Vann. Genesis" SATURDAY NIGHT now, OCT. 11Frlsri I Lee. (p e 13) CARISSAS, lOc qt. CUTTINGS

Those present were: Von Gll- and SMALL PLANTS for sale.

,. mer, Johnny Little Lewis Victor circle: who were unable to be present ... Contests Fun FOR RENT-4-room house two Mn. Gee W Kosel. Junala

Arnold Mcllwaln, Jack and David ON THE SCREEN screened porches, running Water Grove, Redland road and Plum-

Barnes Alfred Sounders Gerald Mrs. J. J, McLendon entertained DIXIE LEE In garage, fruit trees, for
couple. Apply W. W. Severy,
Andrews Charles and Circle Three at her home
"Back to Nature"LEGAL Redd' Dry Cleaners
toy Homer and Albert Byrum, N. W Fourth street Miss Jennie -

Lesl!Move. Theodore Orfane- Lobdell led the minion study FOR SALE PIANO TUNING an. repaJrlnc.

des, Biondo, Felix .Bullard program and M.... McLendon led NOTICES Good used pliiio for sal ctieap.

and EtberJdge" Shore. the devotional. Others present SAIL BOAT $30; skiff $20; W. E. Koon 119 N. W. Sid !It.

were Mrs. Preston B. Bird, Mrs. NOT1CB or APPLICATION FOB TAX punt $10. Lew Howe, Miami

MR. AND MRS.' H. C. NICHOLS C. A. Fox. Mnt J. H. Webster Mr*. (Bnat DEED Bill N*, "" Spring, Fla (po U) REAL ESTATE

: and Mrs. H. a Nichols gave Mn A. A Koettllne. Mrt. J. W. MARY C. KURTZ holder of Rake cad| TOMATO, Pepper and Broccoli REAL ESTATE-Those who want

a bridge party at their homoon English, Mn. Paul Reynolds, Mrs. Counts the Ha Tax day of OrttfU Au ...u t, A.No.D.11"lilt Mewed tom plant Simons, cor. Silver Palm to buy or Sell Redland District

N. W. Fifth street on Oct. 15. Ceo. M. Sonnichsen, Mrs. Joel J. fll.. __ I. my. altI. And haa wade up.pltsatlon Dr., It Richard: Rd. (l 4 U) real estate will find up-io-dat
for a ax dead. Ie be issued three I
Mrs. J. H. Webster and T. J. Faust Robinson, Mn. Leo Peyser Mrs. .... Bald OrtUfeal. aobraoa* the follow'fall I MANGO CHUTNEY Sc Bn OS. Or listings In our office. Many tt
won the high score prizes and Mrs Norman, Mrs John Williams, Mn. oaoorilwd peeper;, to tile. County WDdo. I these listings are still at subnormal
state of Florida, to-wlt S3c a pint. Grove.
Faust and Mr. Webster, the low. Casper Williams, Mrs. Dan Williams Lot IS. Block. ..S LawN dtaUUnd I price W* shall appre- ,

A chicken salad course and Mrs. C. B. Bentley and Mils Co* ,,.,,,'> BuMMak. flat I FRYERS Live or dressed. Free I elate: either your Inquiries or
Hook I. Pan II, In the c...." ."! l
Iced tea were served Helen Uvln lon. Dado. Stare of Florida.Th .. delivery in city. Phone 53 -M'1 iI ( your listings, all of which willhave I

Those present were: Mr. and Souvenirs of China, collected by _....., *f mid, roprtf under I I McEwen: Poultry Plant t'I our best attention. Now isI
th< rid ertlfh>at. lioiwd wo to the BUM'
Mrs Paul Reynolds, Mr. and Mr*. Mri. A. L. Chandler were on display of 1OB. W. BELL mer drive. I Ii the Urn to buy. a W. Morris

Nolan Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs J. at the meeting of Circle Fourat Ulilaai Mid *..\ltI..t* shelf k* ndonnrdaccardln now associated with H. A.. Cameron -
to Mir, the property dwrtbHth.r i SALE!: restaurant N. W. 1st St.
FOR Complete In Citizens
H. Huau, Mr. and Mrs W C. Mon. the home of Mrs. Chandler'sslater .ln will ka sold to the highest bidderat I I
roe, Mr. and Mrs Faust Mr. andj Mn Sam Davis. Mrs. F. I the Cwirt-kooa door on the tint Monday equipment Andy' Cate, Home- Bank Bid*. Phone 72.
to the' month nf Nmmhtr I>H. which
j Mrs Webster, Mrs Ruth L. Scott, Fleitai led In prayer and Mn. J.
Joe Adams and Allen NeaL E. Davis led In the Bible study Baud title KlUl dar d plnohrr.. 1979. I SITUATION WANTED
., IL B. LEATHICRMAM. ; SMALL PLANTS and cuttings: for
I' ::a...:.. :.. i I
Sandwiches and sherbet were'lerved. '
.'' Clerk of Clrralt Court sale Mrs. Geo. W. Kcsel, Jungle EXPERIENCED vegetable farmer -
HOLD florid.Clrralt .
CIRCLES Pad County'
W. M. S.
Grove Redland road and Plum- wants
.. Court Sal I position as manager or
OCTOBER MEETINGS I Those present were: Mrs. R.'L. By H. JAMES.; D. C. mer drive.
Circle One of the Woman's Missionary -!I Hobson, Mrs. Mollcl Wlngate, Mr. (CM.. I. I. II, IS SO) I foreman Capable, efficient, hard
woiker Best references Address
Society of the Homestead | L. M. Bridges, MI'$. A. S. Moye, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX I Box (43 Homestead -
Methodist Church met at the home I' Ittf.n ,
Mrs Dexter Smith. Mrs. B C ROSE BUSHES
of fVfnt J. A. McNeUf Tuesday 1 Branch, Mrs. J. E. Davis and Mrs. NOTICE IB HFRBBY UVEH that

afternoon for B quilting session Fleitas Canal BarurMtoi, Inr. kokmr of $this and We offer select quality two WANTED Car of young children -
ton CorUflrat No 474 lowland the I
Those present were: Mrs. H. MCibbs '"' l.da1. of July A*. D. 114. BM fllodatma year budded roses $4.00 per dot day or night Prices reason

Mrs. Robert Glenn, Mn.C Marry Martin, Jack McMichael, to my afftML pd. kaa mod appllo prepaid. Red Radiance, Pink able. Mrs. Chesley E. Saunders,
Elwin Elbert West Warren lon for a tax d KMo k* Named thermal.SAW .
M. Redd Mrs. John Andersonand Cooper Cortlflrot ..mfcrae the following! Radiance Columbia, Pres. H. t 401 N. J:. First ave. (pu 23)
Mrs. McNellt Knight, Allen Pope Jud and described property, la Line County of Dada Hoover, Talisman, Luxembourg

Two members of Circle'Two met Joe Pich and Joe Byrum were Bake Lota af Florida 14 SI.,..HU.&. 4. Coral flakloa :, 1C A. Victoria, Caledonia WANTED Part-time job by

With Mr. Annie Nabo>*-Mrs. O. given a fish fry Friday by Alvah Country Club aoc. Part I. a Bubdn, I Climbing Paul Scarlet, business college pupil Leola

, L. Showalter and Mrs. E. S. Cap- Taylor their Sunday school teacher of PUt Dada Book Bake I. Fax of Florida in In the County. 'I Climbing Talisman. Little, a S. W. Third St., Home-

:; linger The afternoon was spent I and Frances Irwin. Th. ....m.nt or MM p".r I stead.
visiting other members of the the Mid oartrfkau .Issued was to the Bam Lone Star Rose Bush Co.
;' I ttr.r.o |.M Mid cartiflraU ihall b* trAiomfiaoaardlnB Dept If, Tyler, Tex. FBiauan to the provtatoaa uf BrrllonKM
LEGAL NOTICE ((110... Bill N.. HI to law, Uu property described of the Baakla. Aot of IS**. nuke M
I NOTICE 18 HFRKBY GIVEN that therein will b* mid lo the highest bidder .hanky alv.o by TIM Pint Notional Rank
I'A. H. MiCULLOULH holder of Sate and at the Court-houM door on the fine MUB- of HomMtoad. to .
* NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX Certificateblued day to the month of December. I'M, which 1 ... ,In plat book 14. pom II public rI *- Sate at Florida, :th.ttrll.uA ==
, DECD > 't1 lJouA\\{.I z.of July A. D, 1980. ku MM, highead 7th day of Barfmbor, !Olt. I ..... of Dada c....,. Mid proparurajtuato lOMB thO b.bl.w Of N. nmiptork '
( Rll.! Na. IMX si., m. Viably fl.., soft hM made appllrovlion UlU Hat day of notnhrr, I'll.K I to aald county and ear, ky the pen..c-of'. Mtl,
NOTICE!: IB HKHt (nVrirtWialBnal for tai load to b. larwd Sharon*. H LRATHERVAN I d 'Ie to b h.4 f. the parp.in ofon US. Rnla Ita,_. .. ......... and
; LILLAH C. FRANKLIN, huUl.lfcl IJKaUt,, Mid jirBflcat. nmbmooi lha following Clock ofDelta Cninlt lots bold SoS.. n of tk* faded RMnw Ate aa
. and County Tax Oortlfteatt M.*Riled w. dwrlfrl the County of I>ad>. County. i'kI'' W, W COLION la.I ._.doooI. Mall .**.. nn July I. HIT
I Md the 7th day of A.....'. A. /). 1111, !:' .. of ;rte .:. : Circuit Court Patel. Special Mater to Ch.'pi .-... Ily ...... of S..r.of Dlrwt IT-"
.has filed assay to my off.... and hoa and,I I BWH f SEH of ": : By )I. C. BTFRRBTT. D COrl 1 (' Ilk Ort I, t. I'. Ill r 1. MrLKNIMIN r.h.. r ..
a application for a tai dad to ha iMUrdIMmon of"'l'4".c" SIH, of IE",. BH f\Z I II ( tS, W; Nor I. III IIkI 2.M.rI.1
Bald Certificate mkraen the I of BCC "I SKV!: In Brrllon tt. Town NOTICE or APPLICATION' FOR TAX
,. fullovlnf doMTload pronarty In the ConnOr hip M' !Swath Rang 40 Fast contain. "NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOH TAX DKItllDonata NOTICE OF APPI It'ATION FOR TAX
: of Dad. star of Florida. ..- ,: Init IS Arm mm or 1_. In the Conn- PFKDSVnat. I ( Bill Na Illl) I'Klm
, Lot SB, Block S, Franklin I SuMo, Dadr, Stake al Florida. ( Rill N' *. Its NOTICE |B HeKFBY GIVEN that (....... INII N*. Illl
. 4 Subdn. Plat Book' I. Pan 14. :to u Jr.,: uNTMtnent nf Mid prop,.rte under NOTICE U HKKKUr alVJN that J. T. Chblf n hold" of take and NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVEN I lot
County of Dad, star of Florida. .rrtlflcau Imo d ww hi MM atme 1. T rtirMfcnUm Mr of *ot and ;aunty. Tax O.rtil..t. No SON heard th. J. M, HHnwN. kBldrr of Btalr and I'I in
, T'. MammiBl of MM property under of F I.. HAINES ,*M, Tai O.rt4n'al No. 44 tao_ lot day of Aonrt A D tm"-X3 ty Ta> OKRtaakia No' 7117m 7t*.m ,1M
Vi the Mid I crnutt** blamed was to the nam : Un'- said -'I"'to .hnll be yellows.d Ju Ilk day of ......... A. p 1H, ka fll- um. at my. offla*: and KM and 714*. tow** the nth toy <.f A.. -..
o/i IWIihUJWHiUolij. I aceoedIng m low. tile proo.rtr dnorWd id name In my office. awl ku mad* appMoltkM Ion far a tat dad U b. toaoad tk._. A. D MU. ha. '1.... MOW In m, "(IK..
; sag eortlffcato shall b* red_ I therein will be MM to the Ma-bMt bidder for a tan dad to .k* Meal tsr*' taM tetlflomt* ambraeM the foUoirriwtawrlbod and ban made application ,.* a tai dwdla
. .d araardlac to law the propwty = U I.' the Cnurt-hotM. door oa the tint Mofl. OB Bald Cart""." ....b_ ll ,.... I proporty In the Couaty off DadV. .k* bawd tkaraon. Said Orllflralo.mkrBM .
" O r.hi will ... sold to th* .... day In the Month of UoMmbor, tall watch lowing daaaclkad afoparttr to Ik County<4I BUM Florid. towitlTract the fullowlw described nnixrty
Bt the CoIar\-...._ door on the first Monday 1 la the Zh| any of Docamhar IMI of Dad.. Sue of PlorMa,. ...wI" I 14, ..... Fruit Load Co. Buk In thaJCounly of Dada State of H,,ilU, .
to the month of _...... IMS. whisk DawTthla 14th day of Orfcnlxr. 111* Lot It Work C Itatr Park a Buk.In Plat Hook I. Pan 17. to Serum 1, to-wMt
It theft day at D ,pnh r. 1911 I E. B. LEATHKRMAN .. Plat Rook S. Pan I. to tkt County I Township M South loon 44 Kalnlnl Lou I to II. Block I. Bayvlaw rl.-l.hl..
, Dated this 14tk day of Ortohor II.l. Clark of Circuit Coart Dad County, of Dad.. Sato of FlorMa I ..... III aana mora or less. '. I II a ...IId... Plat Boa II. ..... 71 to
./ IL R LEATHEKMAN!: Circuit Court anal FloridaBy The iiiiiinmnt of Mid property undVrtk j| the Oount of Dad. BUM of Florida. I tile County of Dad Stake of Florida.
, Chrk of circuit CoBrt. Dado County. N. C. BTERRRTT D C. MM rmlfk-at .baud WM In the Named The assessment of Mid proparty .....rI .. embraced to Cartlftotta No. 7117'
Circuit Court Sri FloridaBy | (Oat II, II. M) No. SI : UNKNOWN I the' MM ,Mrtlftrat ward van to tile New The amusement of ..proprrty' uadrrth
N. C BTERRETT.: D Oi I UBH-M" Mid certificate shall k* r.a.r riadaeurdln I :Id i AIBKBT R, TRABKU.I .. MM ('. "...... Issued WM In the
Ot. 14 II. to : No*. I) ORDER FOR PUIIIICjfTION ( to law the property d..rlWdUleral I VaUM MM oarllflroM ahall .. rodoMV nasal UNKNOWN
In the (:,"." (:..rt. Etormlh JadklalClr will k* see k tile klo-hol louder .. aorordlmt lo law, the property dMorlh- Late I to 14 Blork I, llayrttw. Winkle,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX I alt, Dad '('...", Fwrida. IBI M tha Court-houM don o* the flrat M>.- ... hang will ... aold ta .... Makes kid- B .."" ... Plat Rook '1. row 71 In
I f. DIED I ch.""". IBM No. 4111*. jar to MM month of Doron>" 34t, .....lehDated I deer at the. Court-kooa danr ao the link too Ooaty of Da.... State of FkpHdo,
(SVaat Bill No. Illl FRANK PUOLIA. Plaintiff' .s. FLORENCE lo the Mi day of Docomkar""M L 1 Monday to tile moatk of Desecrater I"M.whlrh o* _...... to Oarllfkuit" No 1IM.th .
;, J'allI"w!: HFRKRY GIVEN thai PUQLIA Daroadant DI_ this lUt day of o.wI...lIt lo the. 7th day of DMomkor. I>H. The .....seat at paid _, um4y
" bolder of State 1 It appearing by affidavit appadd to B. LEATHEKMAN. Doted this aid day d 0141"r. bass.a MM CortlrlroM loved WM In Ik*
it and County Tax Carlifteat No.1174 Inunlt I tk' kill fll"to the abuse. atttod mums that Card of Circuit Court, a. LEATHRRMAN.Ckrt BOOM of UNKNOWN.
t lad day' of July' A. 0. |M4, ka* filed |I FLORENCE PUGLIA. the DafndantthoralB Dad Gusty FlorMaClrralt d Ckouk Ceurt I to II. Black 4. Rayww. H.l.:*.,
% now to .". off.... and ban made application I nam d k B BB.rald.Bt af the Court Baal ..... c..o. Florida B ..w... Pint Reek 01. Pat 74. Mla.
. for a 'n deed to ka turned thoroan.K tar of Florida, and kr naldraal la BB By' N C. BTERRErr.: 0. CMM. CIwa.) Court 5..1Sp Conaty of Dada state of rk,rido,
BaM Certificate anbraoM tile Mlowlnlfe I', knew*. that lore la no pones to tk. II. Ml M*>. .. Ilk N. 0. 'TOalTl': D. c. M misbrand to Cart It...*M N. 7000.
liiirSxd unity. ..-.h. JoBwtr'of'Dada I I But W Florida the sank, af aakpaoaa .. : IQet. St. I* : No*. .. UI The BmaaunoM of .... pnaporty aeries
. (.... af towltlN4 upon whom would. bled made Defendant and NOTICE or MASTER BALE the MM ('-..If..-... Wad. ... In low.
; of NL.S KK 4 of IEH U Boa. I that aka k our the att* of twenty-on.raara NOTICE!: IS HEREBY GIVEN that *.... ;I NOTICE or PETITION FOR FREE same af UNKNOWN.
MOB IS, Township, M -.... Ita.... I* I II la tkorafon ordorrd that said and ky vlrtn*, of the Flaal Da.no of Far*. RRALERB Lit RNSI Ua I M 14 Meek 4. Rayrro ....M..
-. contalBlnc I sew BUM or toot, l non-rMloVnl DoMMaat k* aad she. to doaur coals..red I* that owtato oava por.aVIn I TO WHOM IT MAT CUM-fcRNt BnkdB PUt Book II. fa.- ?t. In
la the County of Da**. sate of Florida humbly ...u,.... to appear to the Bill nfromplalat In the, Circuit: Court of the II l. *oM Publla _... fc herd.0 wine that the tile counts af Dada, BUM .., "'........
find to MM rano a* .. blare JwHrial Chnlt to red for .... CoM ndnuhraod SARAH RRRKt'CAHIND.' es _... In Cao\It.... Ifv. 7340.To .
Th ammo red of Bald pruBorry uadotfh. I Monday Iho find dip of hkwojnbar, A. 9 *r, Ftortda .o. wMrk CmMt Jfc Bk*.r 4hi 11 i RICK wlf of C. W. Mndrlrk, -C/nol .r.m.M d ear. amen do nnd.r
I MM Onlflraaj OjrnM WM la the oam !.>.... olkorwto* the alUtolloB of MM bill Ptalotlff. and 1. R Or..... M BB aid apply M on of the Sudan of tile the Mid Corltflrato vaoadaaia I. the
.'. JOSEPH: W. ADAM will a*.talon pi Mifoiaad ky MM DfBV IVf.ndaaM haw Equity COM ennui tart *f the EV aotk ladhial Clrawlt of af tTNINIIWNMM .
Vntoia saN oVnUteata sham .. voWn /a 4M4C. tile ._.... special HaatoFpi riorMa. Bt Miami Dad. County Florida. Vw1. C tlta.. shell h* ndr.ni.al .
M aomadlnc to law the pMpHty dnorrHwdthmato I ; .. further oHarao' that dila order kt Chance. .,...MtaoI ky the Court to fur a Honor I* Buuwn toll chart of andmnaal o'm'n +: :M im '
will b* Wet to th* khih>ot ImMorBt i published mew a would fiber four uaeo.msees Mid Dam**. will tit,. far rid M puhlteaortloa 11, her .praporty. and to hocom. a. fro t r to t ubNM.I'Sill..
tile C ......1 i th* __ d-mr OB like 'lr t Mon
day /to tile month of !j_...,. Its*, wklok 1 published IB now Comity Bad oaak, at th* Bowk FnM door W this Uwrtkoaoo A. M. November 96. IM4, or aa mom I IUwoaftor day to the aiooih of Nomnkar. HH.. wdlrk
ttka. tnd day of N.w ..... IM*. tu g" <4 r ld Covatp. to the CHr of Ml a. I aa h. kMnL I la the tad day uf Nmawihar, ttS4,
Da/q aid d.' of a.pt.wb.e. I.... t..1II. Sept.. IM4. ."'"/. "......., ..n box and day d H_...... I Dated Bt Miami F1."Wa, this mine doy I band this SK day of jopt i>i i r. ,....
( ::' I.FATNXRMAN.Ctcrh ,i i E. LEATHERN. I A. D. 11*. btroprty *-* the been at siennalfc4odt ef (OMokar A. O ..... iL '! L!ATISMAN.dwtlk .
d ( malt Court, CWrk of Ctnali OovrlCircuit 1 A. ... ... ItAeeluck P. X. the I SARAH REBECCA:: HEMPRICB1 I. ..o.. : ('
.Dade .::, F1rw ( Crmrt Soall, > doarrih I. .5r DN-, .-410 MMb.err =. Florida
tiff' Court seal CARR A (" ,1ft. B, M SWIFT hi Dad. r,.u.y, norMa. .....I. i FRANK *). HOWLINGKnlkltur I Caart Sal
.1II, II JAIdiD C Solicitor. fur rU.nUfl U'poty .>**, Lot IT and It of Block II of ORANGE for PMIUoPo I Rp 7L 1iI'J c.e. .
t t." c_ 10" 2. .. II, U. fob 1 lOrt. 1. e, II IS. WI HEIGHT. .. pr pink thmof r snl- 1 *0rt. tt 0% 1w. 0. I*. S4. land I. ', ..- .. 1t. 71, 9a1)
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. t:. Page Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday,October 23. 1936
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i N. B. Co.'s Bulk EXCELL
! If! J COOKIES l Soda Crackers
1 Oc
:: chocolate rings 19c Q 1 lb.pkg.---on
( ': i Empress creams, It

t .:' N B Co/s" I:
: } fiit141.ltU'HfI MMMM Gra'm Crackers
1lb1 llb.pkg. .. 13c
t. pk -...-............,21c FRI. AND SilT. SPECIALS --- :I II

'. 1 POTATOES, Extra Selected, 10 Ibs. 27c I II I

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.. t Octagon Whole Grain I Rose Brand 2 cans l\laxwelllIouse
\ Soap or Powders RICE,5 lbs. ..--..... 25c I| Condensed Milk ..-. 25c COFFEE61g.

size ..... 25c Armour's lb. ........... 27c
.,'s Corned Beef' Target can IgcPink
Southern Lady. Dish Towel withCHIPSO
Salad Dressing Salmon, 1 lb. can lOc
'; qt. jar ..-..... 25c Ig. pkg. ...... 25c

Over Sea SUGAR, cloth bag, 10 Ibs. SSC Phillips'
: i Peanut Butter Kcllosg'g I Kellogg's 2 pk* Pork and Beans
2 lb.jar 35c Kaffee Hag, lb. ...._44c |I Corn Flakes ._-u.._15c lib. can 5c

. :: Fresh Shipped Eggs cSs is doz. 36cBulk

: ', : Water Ground Bulk,Medium Argo
: Brown Sugar MEAL, 5 Ibs .-_____ 19c GRITS,5 lbs...._.___19c PEACHES
4 Ibs. ......... .._
:: :,; 25c Tomato JuicePillsbury PIIIL 5 MedIum LII'S Cans .Se No. 2Y can l5c
: Special Red Chief
: CRISCO Flour, 20 lb. bag f8c DOG FOOD :
3 lb. can _..... 59c 0.: Tall can ___.... 5c

,) Dried JAM, Assorted Flavors, 2 lb. jar ZSe Chase and Sanborn ".

..: Baby Lima Beans COFFEE
: 3 Ibs. ......... 25c Super Suds, 3 pkgs. 25c Royal Gelatin,4 pkgs.25c lb. .....__.... 25c '"p

I :,,1; Country Roll Butter Armour's Cloverbloom I or Ib. 35cf''y

Arntour'i Star Ripe I Fancy Western Sirloin or Round '";
I :,' Our Own Slice Bananas Ibs. __.._ 13c I| PEANUTS Ibs. ... 25c STEAK }
lb. ........... 35c GRAPE JUICE, qts, 25c lb. ....---_.-. 25c ,j r
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Chuck Western Roast Sweet Potatoes, 5 lbs.. 1.6e. FRYERS Local Killed r

Ib ........... 18c LETTUCE, Ig. head, 2 for 19C lb. ........... 35c J I

Georgia Lean and Meaty
; Hot Sausage Celery, CACHED Bunches,each IOC Spare Ribs
2 Ibs. ...___... 35c 2lbs. .. ... 33c
York lb5 :: ;
'. Wisconsin Cooking Apples I 22c '

lb.Cream-_.....Cheese..... 25c CABBAGE, Ib ...... 4c I|. YELLOW ONIONS, 31bs. ..... lOc lbJpkg._LARP...... 15c'

v Extra Selects Oysters, qt. 65c.'w .

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