The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00249
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 1939
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: UF00087294:00249
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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!" Making Revolution] lOOO-ACRES ESTIMATED LOST

) Possible in Germany, Rotarians Hear

NOV. 23 NOT ON "Economic and social condition)wart They detest war to the urn BY FARMERS WHO GAMBLEDON

I In Germany have laid the groundwork (degree ft* do people of other nations
for a revolution there but and they cannot be blamed

'' there U pa probability that It will for the present state of attain in
3D'THURSDAYVnJversal come soon," ,declared the Rev. their country." GLADES WITH WEATHER

: Daniel Iverson pastor of the Mr Iverson said he was greatly
Shenandoah: Presbyterian church I Impressed by the selfimposedhold -- .

Mi'"take: Made Miami, In a talk before the Home I Hitler hat upon the people. Potato Planting Held Up tarty pin land tomatoes escaped:
stead Rotary: Club Wednesday.: I Every home must display a picture destruction.
After Proclamationof I Mr. Iverson returned July 29 of Der Fuehrer and the common Week by Flooded
Early tomato and potato growers -
President from a three-month tour of ten I salutation In streets, place of business Land take their rainy weather losses
European countries. He traveled hotels and other public
philosophically! because they real-
NATION GETS WRONG 1,500 miles In Germany, mostly places where persons chance to SEVEN-INCH FALL lie planting at this time of the yearIs
by automobile, and gained an insight .Ii meet It "Hell Hitler," spoken with
more, or less a gambit, It was
Into conditions by conversations the approved Nazi salute, he said. pointed out The rainy season
with the man on the On one occasion he laid he an- -
generally extends to the latter part
Lincoln Was First .td Set street and on the farm. Mr. Iver- iwered a .hotel' clerk's "Hell Hit.ler" South Dade Farms Hit of October, but la: some yean

Aside son Is remembered in Homestead with "Hell Roosevelt"The 23 to 50 Loss rainfall I* light and early crop
Day ObservanceBT by %
as the organizer of the local Presbyterian people live In continuous
thrive and return good price to
church In 1928. fear and suspicion,the pastor said. On Large .Tract the grower
-' "As a whole the German people Even failure to display Hitler's
BT H. A. CAMERON. -' hate Hitler, but fear of him picture in a home would draw Heavy seasonal- rains, which Circuit Judge Paul D. Barn In

A universal mlitne haf-per- serves as an aid in keeping themIn state suspicions and the householder drenched the greater part of DadeCounl.1 Miami today it expected to rule
on a petition seeking to compel
leash, Mr. Iverson said. "They would be subjected to thi _kwl'hklN
lilted ever iino President: Roosevelt Intermittently
Farms to
the South Inc.
are; one of the most Intelligent of questioning that might continue,
tailed havoc on many acres of
his Thanksgiving proelamatlon lock In dam at Tennessee
European peoples and realize that periodically for months and the open a a
In ee4y tomatoes In the east gladesection
early September, naming II road and Campbell drive for the
an uprising could not be considered are men in concentration camps
and postponed the start
Thursday, November 23rd, *i purpose of determining If such
,Thanksgiving Day. Directly after until the military might and bertuse they "neglected" to give of the potato season at least a action would kid In draining water
,morale have been weakened by (Continued on Page Two)
the proclamation was Issued, from land north of the dam. The
the Associated Press tint made Approximately acres of tomatoes petition was filed by Casper Witllams -
this mistake calling it 'the "third PLANS THE WEATHER and about 50 acres of potatoes J. M. Brown and Dill

Thursday whereas, November 21 .STARTED were destroyed by the Bashor whose is" hear the
\ ." .0555.. ,sssb.e.st et< ccordlnf' 'reliable. stUmates.
..... 1(39, Is the fourth Thursday of ',' water, M corporalJon'i'property..
that month. The Associated Press FOR DEDICATION IiMrlmwit. 'UlkHS BlMMlMJ ,I...... Even m the South Dade
The brought
Item, a manifest error, appeared In Farms tracts, with elaborate systems case was
'Su, Is;Jm l ikT B.r. | lulu : the court yesterday and was adjourned
: Miami papers; and doubtless ap- of drainage, 400 acres of tomatoes
1:30 o'clock ibis
toearsd in every other paper in the f OF NEW LIBRARY Oct IS -_.__ 40 29.09 0.08 were damaged 25 to M percent until :
,United States'covered by that ser Oct U : __ :: 72 I 12919: 0.12: ; according to James Sottlle, morning.

vice. Only last Sunday a story appeared Oct IS ..__. II 72 : Sr., president The corporation contended that
In the Miami Daily News, I An Impressive dedication ceremony Oct. H .10 'U 29.17 8.12 From Monday until yesterday there la but SO acre of lund

,Calling November 23, the "third" for the Lily Lawrence Bow Oct J7 ..._,... It 118 30.00 0.20 morning approximately seven planted north of the dam for
,Thursday. Public Library,a* well. one that Oct IS ....m. It Tt 30,07 !Inches of rain fell and large sections which relief la sought, whereas

The day appointed by President will give Homestead and the Red- Oct II _. __ 'I 30.08 2.88 of glades were turned Into there are 400 acre planted by
Roosevelt naming November lands wide publicity, was orderedby lakes, and roads were InundatedIn tenant of the South Deft Farms
the city council on suggestionof many placet. Canals through In the area south of the dam which
23 as Thanksgiving Is the
Mayor Tom Harris at a meeting the glades are within Inches of would be Inundated by the flow
fourth Thursday of that month
Six times out of Monday night Completion of the overflowing their banks. of water released If the dam were
since has seven ever library 1s expected early In No- The potato planting season was opened James tottlle Sr, president -
there been
a Thanksgiving
vember. SWIM TICKETS scheduled: to start next week and of the corporation, laid.
Day, the celebration has been
held on the Fourth Thursday of Henry Brooker, Jr., president of swing into fun stride about the Among those who have plantings -

the month, and 1 repeat that the the council, appointed Mayor Harris first of the month but the season south the dam and their
date named by President Roosevelt and Councilman W. R. Bird asa BY LIONS CLUBA will begin at least seven days late i area,* arc: CaP H. C. Harde,

Is the fourth Thursday of the committee to make arrangements Ion account of the wet weather, It 12) acres; Cecil Barber, ISO acres,

month of November, 1V39. Lookat lor the dedication, to beheld I" said. and C H. Shaw, IS acre
total S7S
of swim In the
as soon as possible after the
your calendar. Had it not up- Mr. Sottil pointed' out that

Bet football schedules, no one library: work Is complete. students pool of the will Redland be enjoyed Farm Lfe by GRAPEFRUIT UP pump In the area are capable!

would have thought anything Mayor Harris said he will contact School and the Homestead schools only of handing water On South
about ItAnother a United States senator or Dade Farina property.:
following conversion of a $70 bank
thing, this proclamation congressman to make the pmclpal dividend and a city donation of $1 OVER PRICE Two yean ago Judge Barn
address for the occasion and will made temporary Injunction
permanent :
Cf President
Roosevelt was Issued $17.SO Into pool tickets by the Red-
early in September, whereas all Invite high state and WPA officials land District Lion Club restraining Dad County

previous proclamations have> been ,to participate in the program. The tickets were presented to OF YEAR AGO from removing I dam of South
Installation of electrical fixtures Dade Farm to prevent floodingof
Issued very late in October or
Baker Hindman of the
throughout the building and Its lands. The temporary Injunction
time in November. In 116
Homestead schools and Charles Lakeland, Oct It. (Special)-
obtained by the
wa concern -
plumbing fixtures in the two
Thanksgiving wu celebrated on
Ooley, a representative of the Florida grapefrut growers received I
November 30th. The rest rooms of the library Is well while county workmen were
proclamation Redland school, by W I. Flak at a bUrly a dollar more perM -
not Issued under way and is expected to be (Continued on Page Twelve)
was until November auction I
meeting of the Lion Club Tuesday for their fruit off the
It In IBIS Thanksgiving was completed on or near November 1, eight'The
market last Week, compared with
celebrated on November 28. The J. E Gonman WPA supervisor In
Lions Club sponsored a the same week a year ago. Less
proclamation was Issued on November charge of the work, announced. BOWLING ALLEYS
drive for money to finance construction than half as much l1'apetrll1bat
It, Equipment of glad library, including -
by President Wilson
of a
swimming pool In been shipped this year compared
We frequently )lear it said that tables, chairs, desks filing 1928 and collected 58388. Before to the same, time last season.
cabinet and stands, ordered FOR KRONE AVE.
Thanksgiving, has been celebrated recently
work qn the pool could be Figures Issued by the federal- I
continuously ever since the Pilgrim at a cost of approximately
started the Homestead bank in Plate market new service show
Fathers landed In 1620. This $1,200, Js expected to arrive which the money was deposited, that 1,298 can of grapefruit wentto I GET COUNCIL O.K.
may be true, but no formal 'celebration the time the Interior work Is about I failed. market through October 14 thil

was so celebrated.In pleted. The project was revived in 1931 season compared with 2,591 can I -
April, 1882 President tin- The new $23,000 library, a WPA under sponsorship of the city of lp the same dale last season A permit for the construction of
cola set apart a day to give thanks project, sponsored by the city will
air bowling alleys costing
Homestead, with the cooperaton The average price for the week .open
lor "signal victories to the land .0 n t al n approximately 20,000
of the Homestead Rotary Club, the just ended this season wa .141 a 11,506 on South Krom avenue
and naval forces. In August, UM to book. More volumes are loaned Redland District Chamber of Commerce box, compared with $..., for the neat fourth street: was granted J,
{ resident Lincoln again declared persons living outside the city the Lion Club and several tame week In 193A W Slocum of Miami by the city;
\ another Thanksgiving Day for than within and there are several! other civic organizations. It.... Shipment this year ,art 'far council M a regular meeting Mon

More fir victories. regular borrowers from Monroe completed at cost of UMO. below those of 1837, when 1,007 day night According the plan

No president, starting with county. It was said.TEFFNI The $70 was the last dividend car had moved from the state, there will be tour alley, over the

Washington and continuing right paid by the bank oa the swimmingpool and also 139 when 1,591 oar ha4 front end of which Win be constructed -
.a to Lincoln, had let apart sucha $ AT OAIYE8YILIZ money The city waived Its been shipped up to thl ttme t one-story: concrete

day. Charles H. Steffanl!, Dade county right to Its usual one-fourth of the Florida's citrus shipping lesson building.The .
1 Apparently Lincoln was the first agricultural agent will return which, made possible started later this year than ever council also moved to accept

president to proclaim a Thanksgiving tomorrow for a state conference of = of additional ticket before .la history, a* a result of the recommendation of Julia

Day such as we know and county agent and home demonstration The- local pool I* the largest strict enforcement of new maturity A. Matthews, who recently completed -

celebrate today. agent at the Universityof standard fresh water swimmingpool laws and an insistence by the Industry aa audit of the dty'i books,
,r In 186J and sgala In 1864 Lln- Florida Gainesville. The conference In Florida. Tommy Brooker that green fruit be kept off t o Install a nw system of bookkeeping

(Continued on Pap Two) I started Monday. 'la 1)OO11I\anaIel'. the market. for the city clerk' otDce..e .


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I aQ@; T WA THE T.V.AT1KR.ENTERPISE Friday. October 20,1939Numerous j

Ii the Jew are allowed to have practically towed upon U8 M a nation during world being prepared by Mr
Agencies Assist, AmericanTo no money, they cannot repair the century of our existence" Gresh. of St. Petersburg This I

o their places of worship He One point that I particularlywant formation was received from ;
Combat Influx War Propaganda a 'said he wa confident Jew In to make Is that It if the William F Jacobs, assistant iuS

--. America have sent relief money prerogative of the President of forester, along with a reques pl o IlPOrae'

J ( ankle l> MM 11.4 M T.rM... happy combination of education II to Germany that has been confiscated -, the United States to name this day, picture, to !be, mounted,

'4 ,r'..=. Car. r .a ....ariIHI_ Y.la". I recreation and work was dote; by Nest authorities. In support tt which I submit the wth his wood collection George|
I .,....... collection was exhibited at
911006111001.) much to rehabilitate Germany in:II! Hitler bal banned the reading following: York World Fair this theNew

t We Americans find ourselves today I a time, of unemployment Thesecamps of the Bible because it 1 I. a "Jew President Arthur in 1884 In hit a* part of the Florida i sunsmer
under fire In a war of propa- i were exemplary phenomena book," Mr. Iverson said, but this proclamation said that It waR "to
,anda. Perhaps the most noticeable I in a young and developing 1 1 ban has served to Increase the OBSERVE A DAY APPOINTED Wednesday night member cfl
} effect of the word bombardment I democratic state They bade fairto I popularity of the Book, Bible BY THE PRESIDF.NT." the chapter' officer instaliatiots .

I } to far 1* the growing desire I teach the rest of the democratic' reading hat Increased everywherein President Cleveland, in 1886: "to team of Redland chapter were
of the average citizen to defend world a salutary lesson and on e t the country and even soldiers observe a day act apart for that guests of the Homestead chapter!
( himself with further Information worthy of Imitation. What happened of Hitlers army surreptitiouslyperuse purpose BY THEIR CHIEF EXE for the purpose of installing the
4 upon which to base his beliefs. I in 1(33 In Germany? Say I the Gospel He said he was CUTIVE." officer of that chapter lot the!

He takes for ranted his inallen- Dr. Cartwrlght: "The first move, Informed three-hour Bible read- President Theodore Roosevelt 1939-40 year. Our InstaUatk

f f able right to seek informationt of the Nazi was to seize control t I I ing sessions were held by as many in 1901: "The season Is nigh when team wa composed of Rex
t various agencies designed to 0 0t ''of! the people's Universities and I I aa 00 army officers at a time The according to the time-hallowed mine Willis, Vlck, Harold Ham
I the work The second result of the religious persecution ton, H A. Amen Jr., Lewis Vranal
{ wa
t 1 disseminate It. It does not surprise camps custom of our people, the PRESI-
\ him that dally newspapersin I to purge them of their educational I he said, i* a revival of religion in DENT APPOINTS A DAY aa the and Don Lair. ngi

the United States have a circulation leadership The third wa to GermanyMr especial occasion for praise and
over 40 million and weeklies I place Nazi party agents in charge' Iverson said he learned that Thanksgiving to Cod."

] over t million; nor that these The fourth move was to promulgate there existed mutual hatred between President Roosevelt In 1902: "IT
as fantastic a curriculum of: the German and Italian
papers in contrast with a con- I FALLS UPON THE PRESIDENTTO
trolled foreign press, present every I Aryan supremacy as ever masque i people and that the German love I Ii APPOINT A DAY OF praise
shade of political opinion. lie raded under the name of educa call other nation, including Eng and Thanksgiving to Cod" 'fs
hears without comment that there tion. And the fifth wa to choke i land and France During his sojourn ;
are over 25,000,000 radios in !this pseudo education down the I t In Italy he discovered that i INIINNN.+ ,NNNI? ,NNNINI/NINI/MIMIINININN
} America as compared with about I I I throats of a thoroughly cowed Mussolini has lost much of his I REDLAND F. F. A. I ,.

700,000 in Italy, 8,000000 In Germany o populace. The fifth move goes popularity with the Italian*-in I LEWIS VRINA. Reporter
j{ and S,800,000 In Russia) and!onl"Adult fact that II Duce "1* in the dog -/.......ININNNNM-NNNNN1....-........''..", ss y

"i, he expect to listen to any broadcast I education, when misused, house"
i' foreign or domestic, which ,abused, and converted by propaganda The Instability of the mark f.1 Tuesday a message wa received ,
from Warren Wood, our former sed
another factor which
ft aids him In understanding cur- devices into something 1s
will aid Germany's ruin, Mr. Iver president, who la now attending
X rent world problems. I which hat no similarity to education
the University of Florida tellingus
son said The mark practically,Is
and hold for
The Importance of adult education
v that the American Farmer degree t
worthless outside andwlth.ln
evIL But such malfeasance Germany s t-----
In preparing a population to, gross
in the Future Farmer
highest: -
the It low
country has buyIng t .
maintains Dr. Cartwrlght, cannot
Itself ha tremendously -
govern grown
\ conferred
organization, wa on
< In democratic state power Paper money is worth
in the public consciousness happen a truly
him and three other Florida boy
i '] in the last dozen yean. A larger Once the elements of coercion, of more than silver Germany'sInability attending the twelfth national atoura stN.
to get international credit
fear of state solidarity at all co.ta.an
group of laymen and educator ,
also has added to the financial convention, T, T A. in Kansas
+ H gathered recently at Teachers removed adult education assumes problems, he said. City, Mo.. this week Only one
Its rightful the ,
place as matter
College Columbia University, old
England Is amply prepared fora of the other boy. was named in
heard Dr. Morse A. Cartwrtght, handmaiden of government beat: 1a-we
long and hard war, Mr. Iverson the message from Warren, Ell year can
director of the American Association said. On his tour of that country Read ,W*"", '." .messages:... W .. indas'atae year prssab"s.

r, for. Adult Education! point I 1JIT1ERI' he saw evidence hat.chaaged stated!: that Wiyno",Pouchec,. Ti .ia.-de-.a4e.1 a.ater'het
out that the of adult wlu->
inwer :ture.-l'lmae.Gt: Largo tbawon
previous opinion that England was
v y4 st'tod sari
y cation has teen neither uadereslmated not ready for a conflict -first place In ,the ..1aUo 'Pasasositkl
DOT neglected by totalitarian -. (Continued tram Facet One) public "speaking contest 'held is' tae hew

governments. I'the Nail salute; be said. tJIe.--- : ..W.apMatrw. :

Xa Italy, hays .Dr.. Cartwdchl The canoectiation+ camp 46saastaeACr *..brptt.iino.it_ ,,ft"*.'..Kaneaai.CttyTuesday
.., .
,w- peyo rw
,prime to tathtiemexvaac at Faadnot dui-Fasge vand Home+
f.heN'J'Qur adult'educating/ Ib- ;who> -w.owerI pilL. 'Hitter' b'wehxnetyi' 1* made I Hoof: 6rthiT f'ands (Faynfare
those,fixed -war'ietwa4eeiarequest.
C organizations, national in scope. I by the .up of the younger generation, former secretaries ot' the
he The
While of them functioned government laid. govern Florlda..AtQcUtIon. T. J A. .
none I which Is find with the precepts ,
particularly ,well still under tW'social 1 ment' prices announced from and enthusiasm of Hitler and Willard Norman; another of our
democratic regime, there week: to week must remain on all I therefore easily managed, but the members, achieved a worthwhile NO DOWN PAYMENT

;was opportunity ior the a j bam and discuss contemporary a dealer sought'to the main of those men who have project of last year published lathe .'
I undersell another he. would bt
.: Tjuestlonstof domestlo and International known and experienced war may October issue of American
sent to the Membersof
}jlmport The socialist right and left, nurtured various government groups get mention caption. Wlllard
{I progress of Nazism, he laid.I I story
two of these movement, the reduced price on practically I Ladle night will be observed dealt with the kind and scope of I .

Roman Catholic church a third, !everything, he said They carry by the Rotary Club at its meetIng his project, its success, and his
which entitle them
card to rate
while the fourth wn predominantly I ,next week, which will be heldat winnings in the Redland District I
I lower than the and
prevailing ones
vocational In nature and 7 p. m. in the Legion halL Fruit Festival last year. '
attracted After I the loss Is carried by the dealer. George Grunwell twice
( many young people our
Even admliJioA. to motion
the march on Rome, all four picture chapter representative at the vocational Specter's
ofI_ theatres lower for the government -I -
movements were either wprkA. THANKSGIVINGContinued forestry camp at O'Leno.
suppressed or taken oVer entirely In recognition of his good work In ,

by the Fascist party, Everything- about Hitler forestry as well as vocational agriculture 1 HOMESTEAD, FLA.
Dr Cartwrlght points. Hone Bld Phone
the Bolshevists in Russia credit son said. He found persecution of .( From Pace One native woods he prepared ) )
themselves with the establishment, the Jew in tome cases wa so coin fixed "the last Thursday in In a collection of wood of the i

a* part of their regime movement of popular education Ueveable While the Jews live Incomplete Johnson, who succeeded him In

Their extensive system of fear and are therefore 1863, declared "the first Thursday :
recreational and educational park reticient about their plight several In December (1805)" a* Thanksgiving -

il part of this movement, as Is also told him about conditions and Day.Prealdent. Mayffe"ALEMlTE"Your
the series of state museums that one rabbi even permitted him to Johnson In fixing the

now dot the country But In every enter thje court yard of a syna- date In 1887, said that it was "in
case the program 1* dictatedby gogue. On one occasion during I conformity with a recent custom"
the party government. There the "Jewish purge" soldier hurl The date named was November
is absolutely no curricular freedom ed aged Jew to their death from 128, 1887
fourth and fifth story window of President Grant specified an
so to speak. The primary purpose Car Truck?
behind these endeavor la always building, laughing at the victim I extra Thanksgiving Day in 187J to or .
party propaganda-education for and mocking them aa they lay be celebrated on July 4th to

solidarity, aa they so aptly describe dying on the ground Mr. Iverson ''thank God Almighty for the
It. They have wholly miss learned. 'blessings which have been be- USING TUB

ed the precious elixir of adult edu-j With all the persecution the
cation-freedom, the right to form spirit of the Jew in Germany has mE Jn Boi2r a. 9 LubricantsRecommended
factions, to criticise government, not been killed and still service Special

to learn more than one side of a are being held In several of the S lE OLE'
Question { shattered and wrecked synagogues ( by Tour Factory) Ij i I

In Germany, the effects ef the he laid The rabbi of one '. _.....'n

Mail coup of 1933 upon adult education ..YllllOlle"xplalned that because ; 1 I5M,;" w rwsh At Regular Prices

were swift, ruthless and ....
terrible. Under the previous] social -
democratic regime there had NATUROLGAS .. It..! (
grown up an Interesting group of
fJI2' "O
people' universities In the various NOT AFFECTED BTni'KRICANCS \ :1 l GIVE US A TBIAtr-WE HAVE THE Y
urban center. In addition, there
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Friday, October 20, 1939 '" THE ; ;. NTERPIS&t

I .
I,Rev. Ricks to Attend'I I Marcia Edmonds' home or Oct. SL
HOMESTEAD 4-II CLUBBy Two new scouts are Carla Joyce
j Presbytery at ArcadiaThe
Hobson and Julia Ann Lea.
In and Around YIKGIXIA KELLY The senior scouts had an Initiation

Rev. George H. Hicks, pastor __ .11.- campfire supper Tuesday
of the Homestead Presbyterian night Girls attending were: Ann
M the meeting this week: Mrs.
church will leave Tuesday to at-
i Hlckson, Margaret SUIlman, WlldaBatta
Homestead W. W. Bethea checked the roll to
tend the taU meeting ot St. John'sPresbytery Betty Bailey Mary Frances
see what each girl Is taking as her
to be held at Arcadia Rutland, Marlon Edmonds Ann
Tuesday and Wednesday. He will project for the coming year. The
j Shackloford, Dora Scott. Vera
be accompanied by J. R. HlcksonI song leader led us In some songs
and Melba Van Winkle.
( and the meeting was closed with, Rheney
commissioner I
for the local
Mrs. Ray O. Fleming returnedto Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. E. Gllbertsou'I I church session. the pledge. Wllda Battt. hostess at the
Homestead last week from a of Miami were week-end guests I meeting, served cup cakes nil
The Rev. Walter B. PasslgUa of Girls present were: Catherine
three-month visit In the New England of Mr. and Mrs. Lynian Williamsof grape juice.
Orfanedes Nelson, Mad-
Tampa, the moderator of presbytery Florence
states. Homestead. Others : Joylena
elected last spring, announced ma Gilmer Mary Frances Byrd present
Mock Ruth Rutland. Barbara Jean
that among general In Katherine Kelly Virginia Kelly
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson Mr. and Mrs Win. McMlchnel teI"eIUnlttma to be considered at Dolly BarnetU Betty June Jenkins WakefleU. Belle M Billiard,
have as guests, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. have aa their guests for a few days, this meeting will be the suggested Lillie Little Wynell Shepard, Anne Rheney, Betty Gatlln. Mary
Vollrath, of Orlando, and Mr. and Mrs. Preston Smith of Fort Meade.NMNIIIILIIIYMIYIYNNNMMYMMNMM union of the North and South Mildred Field, Margaret Field and Catherine Suber, Barbara Jean
Mrs. Buhl Balbrldge of Detroit. Smith, Barbara Home, Ardel Par-
W 11 I Presbyterian; churches At this Coldlt I
man. Barbara Miller, SusannaBrown
meeting also the Homestead
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Williams returned FLORIDA CITYBy 'Twill be examined for admissionInto pastor .. Betty Stilman, Frarjcei
Mrs. W. W. Foster, Fatty Robinson, Athlcy
on Friday from Browns this Presbytery as he has
ville Ps., where they had spent been dismissed from the Concord Homestead Girl Scouts Kemp, Mrs. Russell Horns and

the summer. Mr, and Mrs. Coley Jones of Presbytery of North Carolina, and By MELBA VAN \\1NIU.E Mrs. James Hudson

Tuskegee Ala., were Tuesday plans for his installation Ill- the .
Mr. and Mrs1. D. A. Wilcox ofThomalvlll. guests at the home of Mr. and local church will be made. The SAVINGS GROUT ASSET
.. Ga, are visiting Mr. Mrs. W W. SeveIry.rte. probable date for this service will When the Girl Scouts met Tuesday JUMP
and Mrs. C. M. Barrow. Mrs. be Nov. 20, which is the fifth an- at the home of Mrs. Frank, Jumping from $34,141,180 to
WUlcox, the former Miss Eunice Misses Isabel and Mary"Beckei l1twn.I'"GfetlOll of the Skill, work was started on the pioneer i tU.35e.aeO, asset of the 4* federal
Cook, Is a niece of Mrs. Barrow. of Miami spent the week-end Homestead Presbyterian church and with their mother, M.Charles building. It was decided to give a copy of Florida Increased more than
The Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Parker Becker. The American Girl" to the school 49 percent during the year ending

left Monday on a business trip to Miss Frlck Is Selected library; the public library,-and to September 1.WANT.
Bradenton.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank SUUings of Scout Barbara Miller. I
For Stetson Glee Club
South Miami were Sunday guests The Hallowe'en party will be at ADS PAY
of L. C. Aldrich, --
Anna Mesawnmtth has been DeLand, Oct. 19.-Miss Virginia
ill at her home for the past week. Mr and Mrs.-Lawrence Becker(IFrlct, of Homestead, has beeq selected .1 '
... ,
from a large number of
made a business trip to Orlando I
Mrs. Thomas Brewer had Ss Saturday candidates, to sing In the woman's
guests on Thursday, Mrs. Dana 'glee club at Stetson University: A Fine Avocado Grove
Terbeppe of West Palm Beach Mrs. E. J. Rhodes returned Wed- where she Is a Junior. Miss Frick
and her son, Richard Wines. nesday from Dover, Del., where III the daughter oi Mr. and Mrs.
she visited her son and 'daughter-' George M. FrIck. Mu' tIbe Sold Quickly
Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe and Mrs. In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Will Rhodes, During the year the glee club
Joel J. Robinson attended a" board during the summer. will give an oratorio, an opera, Ii
.' meeting of the Dade County Federation i spring revue, a series of tour concerts C1&' ROVE LARGE PROFIT
of Women's Clubs In M Puncher of Miami spent Sunday | and other special programs.
Miami Tuesday.Mr. in Florida City and left for i I.. i USST SEVERAL YEARS
Key West Sunday evening. | Jones: "He got rich la six
and' Mrs. P. L Baker of !months by writing poetry!"
Columbia, Tenn., arrived Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. E. Ward and children -!I Miss Brown: "Indeed: !" CHAS. I. BROOKS .
to spend the winter. and Mr. and Mrs. Willis i Jones: "Yes; wrote love sonnets
Whitfleld, sad son Bobby moved i I to a rich widow!"-Montreal Star. 2272 S. W. llth Terrace Miami

Mr. and Mrs. P. W: Mantes left. Saturday from the Clinton apartments ,
I Wednesday eaten-day..vacation to the Fred Brockett cot' Lawrence, Maw, arrived lastweek. J. R. BROOKS
!trip to Greenville,8. C. i tage on 10th stret They will spend the winteras '
Homestead Fla. Phone 78
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe ,
Mrs. Fielding Ruff and Mrs.: i Mr. and Mrs: J. H Simmons, Torclse. .
Frank Irwin, II'.. of South Miami,: accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. i
(, ,. .
spent Tuesday visiting friends In' Frank Ketterman of Elklns: W.
West Palm Beach Va, arrived Tuesday for the wla-'

Miss Sybil Cheshire of Pahokee ter. ,

spent the week-end visiting friends Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Sevrey of
to ,Homestead* Miami .and their daughter.Joan|j .
Tell 'Em
spent Sunday here. Toot &
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Moser, Mrs. I
Fred Redd, Miss Jamie Richardsand ,A masquerade social will be .
Miss Teresa Redd spent the given by the Ladies' Aid Society I I
week-end visiting Miss Marjorie on Friday,. Oct. 10, at the Florida; "
fiioser Miss Annabell Redd and SANDWICH
City Community church, j SHOP
Miss Betty Richards at Southern 1

College ia Lakelaod. !Mr, and.Mrs.< Gene;De-Marie *f' '.. "' \V-< .

,. 0.CAIN, OwnerUWtlrdMtt

IndorsedUSED .,' ""j1 :.11"' .,," .. ,.,' e. e

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CARS I I.en l

{:,;'" 'ONe.wsi.;eve ... must .ml saire ja'atielie; 1 r 1pl";+/..,
.ease JLeed aelew as.aaeeaatty..eke/se.ed_rI Z, :..: : _, ; : r :tf .: .. '
wad say ene of tow fee year en.Id.,...... I

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1938, PONTIAC CoNpe radio; original paint;" Plate Lunches' .

excellent condition; priced right .

... e 1935PONTIAC-4-Deor .'J'euriDgSedaa-um.t. '

lent condition;'radio; original paint, .A1I Kinds..of'Sandwicl1esI'

1937 FORD ;Tudor "6r- xcellent condition r .

radio. j

; 1935 CHEVROLET, 6-wheel, 4-door Sedan I : .'r ," ,

Cleanest in town;. excellent condition : "
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1935. DODGE 4-door Sedan-been. taken. ,.cara : I- .
of; worth the money. I II ; ., -
I I'i' ,, \ .". 'J.'I, : ;
1935 PONTIAC 4-door Sedan--new paint; good 1 I' ;
tires; a good buy; priced right. Flagler St. Opposite F E; C. StationHomestead

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. Page Four THE LEADER-ENTERPI3E Friday October .20, 1939

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e. JIM d--WSo',9vl.fll710'TlY :.ri.: Or*. St. lees With :I IMnrf a..., 'i
rfatr.CURRENT T A'dFEOC 44 |*WOT.
IIVIltll.fPTlOll RATaerant.e I O,' XVWVtSV V4CVAWAiON.VA$
.. ___ __ '1." OCT. f. Itlt.
ad be" c-tw, .__. taM At71pd AW-V CA r0WIV &A.ONO 00=4 V,0IOCA77D _
"T_ new packing houses are

7th .OV6aVP being built at ModeUo. The ,
1 HomeOur 01"5 64WdWdCn Homestead Growers' Association: '

home should be a place /% oelilfs F.Q+Ad1 Is building one and Mr Williams I

Where we/ can truly share and his associates are building another .

The Messing ef a greater peace Mr. Williams Is also build :'1
Than wa eaa find elsewhere. aATf big four neat houses for help and )j

: Helen Fries. they will make room for sa many '
famines." .

v Training for School 'In spite of the crowded condition .
of the various grades the work '

Boards ef the (Redland Farm Life) school .. .

m a, NKKOLAVa ... BWCItBAIVTH runs efficiently. The first month's -,.
t ...._ of -, M- TMrfMn c:. .*" work closed Friday with an en.raUment ''l
: ahA.. 4n Naiw..l- j of 2M and with an aver. "

The manner In which :your child age attendance at 228 Honor: '.'1t
wilt be educated depends largely: ran for the first month: first

upon your school beard School grade; Donald Talbot, Laurence '

bond have the decision In the Wood. Ernest Marsh Johnny Lee ,OJ'

mart Impo utere of policy Myrtle Conner. Second grade:
I and they have to deal, moreover AfOIfCANMOr Ruth Murray: Irens Woodbury.Lois : "

with many technical matter of DYE' Woodbury: Opts Wilson .. xr
great omptntitjr Should new l t Sanford Begger.' Third grade: .,
member receive training tor this AM E/VTIRF Evelyn Couner, Elizabeth Johnson -

Job What la the best way: for ,DAY wiryovr'.t Tobes McCaskm. Elbert Fros- 1

uto familiarise themselves cber. Fourth grade: Pauline 1

with tile Intricate details of the Lloyd, Edwina Mills Margaret )

Uk they have undertaken' .. Roberts Fifth grade: AnnieHearn ,t

Assume that .t the first meeting '\ Paul Jenness. Josephine ,
Pierce, Eva Todd, Sixth grade: e
a newly-elected or appointed
member attend, the crucial Issues Mildred Hilt Dixie Herlong. Ka :1

presented tor decision Includetie trina Lanier', Gladys Cowman .
Gladys Graham, Franklin Marsh, .:
expansion of the curriculum, the ,
Ernest Mills Seventh grade: Ella s
character of state financial support
YYYYYYYYYYYYTT Y TTTTT Mao Marsh Annie Kerfoot, Grace
UM salary: schedules or theprofessional DISPELLING THE FOGBy
personnel, or the-.d- I Shepherd, Doris Waver, Edna

diUon of a new school building to Shepherd Eighth grade: Frances
CHARLES MICHCL8ON Willard Hosack Gertrude Ingra- ;
the educational plant COMMENT Director ef Drmoeratle out of it In that hope he voiced
Publicity, ham Bessie Campbell Zollie Kyle: '
of education
Board are widely '
the of all America. '
hope ,
National Comraltle Wylie Cunningham. High school
: : .
recognized ft the superior method By AGNEW WELSH Miami

for representing the people In public ........."-" ... ......AAAA4A4/ It would be a wonderful thing' Naturally the powers which: Carl Schumacher, Everett Dukes,
know where lies .
our sympathy Fanny Tedder Anna Maud Shepherd
education but plans should be
The University New If politics could be adjourned during would like to have beside '
devised to provide school board Hampshire us fighting Lorene Hosack Hilda Pierce, ;
mswibert training before as recommends for farm use or this horrific war period. them, If for no better reason Kestner Lay: Vernlce. Heirn .* '
-U M during wAlk their service in other light construction a concrete That would Jbe a little too much than that the greater force they -"A surprise party Vat given 01'I

order to jaunt the public that mixture wherein sawdust takes to hope for, j suppose, for wars can assemble the shorter the war Friday night to Frank Rile, the
their the place of sand In the proportionof may coma and wan may pass but will be. On our side we know occasion being a welcome home. "
representatives are serving
public education In the moet satisfactory one part of cement to three and government goes on, and government i that a quarreling government in Incidentally as the evening hap. .
methodLavery one-halt of dry: sawdust* st leasta Is politics with us. Washington meant encouragement pened to be Mrs Rue's birthday:
school board should have year old. Dry mix before adding The President advised us in the to the forces of disorder and the celebration: was extended to

IU own library of books and nvsgasinee water The product can be sawed emergency of the European Itrul.1 violence<: Contrariwise the spectacle include this ."
; pertaining to education. or have boards nailed to it. That gle that the government of a great democracy unitedis -"P. A. Tlbbets .Is sick with the

Srtiool board associations, both would be the only: advantage as ware : feeutral but that he could order the best Insurance possible quinsy, and confined to his bed."

loss, and state, which devote their at suffering from a lack ofsaad nobody to be neutral In his individual against our being forced into the "Ramsey's new saw mill Is being
down here,< i. thoughts In,.
program professional educa- moved from Its location north of
tint topics, a* Is dove by the New itftt Why may: we riot' apply similar Now we must forego the luxuryof town to a new place: west of town."
Bee Franklia.accredited with formula to cur domestic difficulties political feuding The Issues
York State School Board Asooclalkin. -"The light plant was laid for
saying: that there never was a good that Is to effect accord up ,
too to
have proved to be splendid amongall are grave permit of controversy several days this week, only: running ,;
war nor a bad peace branches of our Government and .
agencies for the training of membcfu. e e e delay.Unfortunately at eight The packing of an "
School boards which Organize without absadomlag our right to the hostilities
: oil pump had worn out and could
Evidently the F E. C. Is going
retain 'our individual political
advisory committees of abroad not the
are merely eoncera
not be replaced without new stuff
out of the hotel business the latest
laymen and educators for Informal views, Ideas, prejudices, or pred- of Europe. It is a conflict between from the factory ." '
move in this direction being the ilections.
disruption of principles and prob- democracies and despotisms and
"Mrs. Mercy Saubbury, her son
closing of the famous old Alcazar: made
Crest decisions be
must by
Irma of education become truly: : amid such desperate expedients and wife and children arrived In
at St. Augustine where papers are Congress and by: the President for
democratic In the solution of their to which the contending
powers Homestead this week and are occupying -
being prepared to turn II to
over with such a conflagration as is
problems. It will be very helpfulto may feel themselves driven, rightsof their home west of town.
the St. Augustine Preservation and now raging, no nation can be
school board members to develop sure neutrals do not count for
Mrs. Saulbbury ls aa aunt of 1. R.
Restoration Society Built hall-
that the fire will not involve it
Joint conferences of educators much they do not count at all and S. F Matthews."
century ago It contains about 300 The president has voiced his hope
social workers, health workers unless their violation threatens a -". Not less than 300 acres will
but baa become outmoded.
rooms that we can keep out of It and his
and workers in other '
Important e e 41 greater danger to the encroaching be farmed at Highland this season,
community services, for the A headline on a news story In a belief that he will be able to keep! states than toleration of the feelIngs and everything points, to a larger
discussion of common problems and Interest of the neutralWe
acreage. The (Homestead Grow.
local bore these words: "War
ami the Integration of the work In Demands paper Broken Bodies and Children in CourtBy can have the luxury: of our ers Awn) packing house there 1s

all' these areas. Ct ha* even been Maimed Minds," etc. It was not political campaign, with all the searing completion, and Its capacity ,"

suggested that new ,achool board until the close e( the World War ledge Maleahn llaUleld trimmings of parthanshlpr convention will run between three and four
recruits serve for % time before that people began to Pat attentionto and pre-conventlca struggles cars $ day A boarding house will

casting a vote. This would pro the mental angle of war. The PROBLEM FARRNTS and a decision a :year from be built size about 80x80 feet two
vide further opportunity makIng report of a French-American com. November. I can lambaste the story, to accommodate the packinghouse
A well known Judge
contacts and exploring theareas Republicans and the other fellow and farming employees ,
mission of psychiatrists, who made
asks the .following, .lwa1'1
which are Immediate im.pYtance a profound study of the war discovered qlMaI.I can blackguard the- adsnanMratoanas ....... of ottteen for the local
fore M starts the trial'of e'
in local school board that !M per cent 0( Die quent child la court "Are this; usual, but let that fuss be accomplished house was held, resulting as fol-
werfc ; without being compli- tows; president A. H. WaMln;
casualties were not due to wounds
School:: boards should print periodically but to collapse of their mental de- child: ?"parents separated or divorced cated by anything that would con. lce-presidant D, H.,Flowers; O. .> '1
a history of school board vey the Impression abroad that weare B. Parker, representative central
fenses for lack of better
; a nameit
This Judge knows from of
decisions and policies. Such a
a divided country."FKOM: (Continued m Pap Five
calledhen shock" but
was asa
hi"tary.co ermg a ten-year period, experience that, parents who are
mattes of fact soldiers lust happily married greater I
may well MoatUute a guide tar -
new school board Members at blew. up" under the vents strait; poise and are more interested to OUS I MAIL BOX---
they-couldn't "take It" did the
wen as for the by public. as the social and civic activities of, '
more solid lymphatic temperament the community- finds that the ;. M

Answer Please! German soldier The latter soldiers happily: married, parents* are. not be 1'/0"s.Ab..-.. Save..wroa 1M, ae a howl..d..a... ,. acre. A friend In Massachusettswho .'"
did not have so many AhrlnYorkS'u. usually skeptics or agnostics, but dP .. takes: Leader-Enterprise 1',
Ac a teacher I have always be men who were capable and have a basic belief la God as the L ewikkomeri tiy ___ wrote' he saw the article. ,.

lieved In exams. And bow I wish willing to fight the war penoaaOy source of all moral concepts. '.-....v.......W"'I.. t:_u7.. IM.Iii...._. Yours, (
that boys and girls would enter and Individually When the arm. His observations lead him to believe 1M. -.-. .. dcwood.. HOIXISTER SAGE, ,'
the exam room In school and col- istice was signed the German sol that all dull.childree.who appear .o.a.d-r-bin e roe IW ...-_ -Nana"M/.er Woodbury Cfiao, Oct, ,It, 1939. I .l
]*g% not with fear or like "dumb dier returned to the simple life, In court .... net-Inherently des Y .N a..HI.d at a I ,!
driven cattle" but with eager anticipation while on January L 1121. there, dull but became so by living with : .4 :: HITLER CHRONOLOGY
were JUt U. 3 soldier bv hospitals I I'J
; fee certainly every boy uaiatMwUag parentsand relatives. Editor Ltader-Enterprisel

love any physical competitive for mental treatment; lastJanuary He believes that If such It...*, Here Is i chronological order of'
exum-how hard a blow he can this number.had gone up children were to be removed from NOT I.M BUSHELS have
I Hitler's achievements which I
strike, how big a weight he can to W 000; on July 1. the char their parents they .would develop Editor Leader-Enterprise compiled .
+ lift, how fast he can run eta It'was placed at 57,365. greater Intelligence. While this :
la I good thing...., now and then U la stated that Uncle Sam to Judge realised that heredity: limnsmental Alas aDd slack. Old r say Shepard 1. Became chancellor-Jan*

to find out how much we knew II 'the selection ol aria for military growth, he Is also con. had raised MOO bushels of vary 30 133. j

a certain subject If and when we ,duty, now rejects the mentally unsex winced that most normal children spuds here? Another of my blunders 2. 'RealgM float the League .fNationOctober

are suddenly "held up.William I the emotionally: unstable. could be more menially alert If probably. It. should have >}, 1133,

j Lyon Phelps in the Rotarian Matj It Is the hardest thing la the they were not chained,to tedious been 10.000 bushels The otaer Stages "Blood PtI.-J1IflC

j a.,... (Omtlnued aa Page Five) ,.,...... i I I"M' amount to less than 40 bushels pet (Continual oa. fat Five)
.. ..... ,, .... .
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Pridv. Ottober 20 1939 ..
THE LEADER.ENTERPISE ,lanew.,, VI""oMrfwMA.aU.d.u"W"w..i.1..wd.Mn..b

? tract; two million of unemployed where he hat beta managing a

CURRENT her-martc tunrt-ef money to, canning factory*

I COMMENTContinued depredated that It took a bushel ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS -*J. It.; Ormack hat '-"atthe
basket of ,them
to buy a .Ioaf of
I stem adjoining his building (formerly -
bread five million
equivalent to American being EDITOR JfOTEi Tata tafertttaiiM service an e...,..... ai occupied by ifs. Carfunkcl -
(Continued from rap four) obligated herself an to deliver dollar to; brmuM it ,.a fcr Bfwelal rTMveaMid with Teachers Collets. )." (Florida City).

I world to be a good thinker without France IM.OOO ton of coal, 12,000 CehunbU .tlMlM.IUr, New York City. -"Joe Simmons, ton of t, f Simmons

being I good .self-examiner cattle 0JOO horses, 10,000 goat,, QUESTION: : What to the proportion adult give.' Moreover withyoung arrived In Florida City m
Shaftetbury. Friday hut H* wa her live
100,000 sheep and five
billion tubldemnlf.1 of college. graduates to children the line between
e e he
year *go when trapped with
only t part of which she).non-graduates In this country fact and fiction sometimes veryslight
The old adage, "There .la no loss ever paid because Hitler later tore i I I REPLY: Government estimates They will tell as truth his father on the glade. Since

without some gain,' received a up his copy or the Versatile I Indicate that 1% of the country'sadult something they imagined as hap then except for the Urn when he
was In the he has lived
verification when Florida's Oscar Unity regarding it, t* he said, ts population hat been graduated pening. In all eases the remedy army* in
the Ox reached the Worlds "a mere of Davit' W. Ta (Florida City.
Fairground scrap paper. Yet his !; from college and that 4% must take Into consideration the
In New York drawing an obstinacy make him believe he 'more hM attended tome college. reasons. -"Mrs. .. W. Manon arrived this
ancient cart, and was accorded an will win this week fI'OIIJaw horn in Missouri
war.e QUESTION: AM children ol Dr. Ruth Strang ot Teachers
ovation while "Ferdinand, the e and I* now occupying her houseon
high Intelligence usually more developed College Columbia
says "
bull" wasn't North Florida
even mentioned.e Broadway. (
e e A Washington dispatch tales '! physically tor their an In regard to methods of preventing City).
that the World War veteran :than children of less Intelligence) children from lying: "In the lint
Biologists state that It took nature REPLY Yet place, the habit of lying be -"A regular meeting of the John
death rate I* 12 percent .,...ter'thaII' : studies of this may
six million year to bring man I prevented by detecting (l. Salley post No. 4) was held In
that of civilian of like .... subject have found that children a child'sfirst
to his present statin. Uncle Ike I Tower hall on Wednesday evtnlng
Since that war more than half .1 Iwll. are above the average la attempt and making him
aye he does not see that the result realise that at which fifteen member Were
million of also advantage
them have "gone west"; ;intelligence art usually above rarely
.is worth bragging about We from Armistice Day, 1038, to this the average In physical development I comes al It-that there" usually present Much bwlne was
can tee evidence where Isaac transacted the most Important being
la better of -
[ situs
year's 33,000 ot them will have According to the 113 Yearbook ways meeting
more than half. right died leaving If the foregoing to I of the American Educational 1 lions The child Must learn that the completion of arrangements

e 41 correct, 4,099,784 living nrvlw Research Association inch children lying, Usually makes a bad situ. for the armistice day dance
For several weeks a congressional men In the U. S. I I tend to exceed l other of I ton worn In the second place, to be given In the Florida City pavilion .

body, known as the Dies tee 'their ace In height, weight, and la habit of fearlessness needs to be on November 11th :'

committee has been Investigating I 1'I development of the bone structure built tip. The child should be approved -"D. M. Bow, better known to

unAmerlcan activities and what 'I A science fact states that there I,of the body. They ....puberty for moral courage. An appeal his numerous friends a* 'Mae'. ind

they found was a plenty, the chief art 133,000 species of flowering :'at an earlier age and. mature may be made to children's Miss Leona Jacobsen formerly of
item of which was that there are plants on the earth and 862,000 of1'earler admiration of feirlesines and Homestead, but lately living In

I 2,890 known Communist holding animal Noah would need a I! There are numerous courage and the connection between I Miami were married In Miami

"key positions" in the federal larger ark to accommodate pair this, but In general the exceptionsto brightest physical and moral cour last Thursday. They are txpc< tIng -
government Chairman Dies stated of that child age should be pointed out" to live in Homestead "
many.e I' In any age group Is likely to '
that the administration had e e
be the most accelerated In physical "Although the Homestead city
asked the Department of Justice Hitler1 "peace" speech remind development I'limits have not been extended
to begin weeding them out. To In 20 YEARS AGO still a nearby town he been completely -
me of the two street gamine who I I| QUESTION: How can one stop
observer It would seem that we 'children swallowed by our -eI ty.
met, one of them eating an apple from lying? I I.
have been partisan rather than and the other said REPLY: Children lie for various How? The Ramsey ..awmlllUlerne.t
"Jimmy, won't i) Continued
( From Four
Page )
patriotic in
selecting such _
y* gimme de core?" To which reason-fear of punishmentor hw been bought by W,
e e 9 11I.n11M. WDav mtnt r..I,!: being deprived of somethingthey :organization: S. A. King, secretary 1 K. Syke and be is bringing the

The state of Georgia sold at par be any-tore." The Allies' .r;; j'' have or want, because they These officers art "for tht three house into town ."

$2,650,000 road refunding bondst actions seem to Indicate there will 'desire to bolster their self-esteem I packing houses "Miss Clark Cob rnour *111

two per cent Interest, the buyer be no peace yet ,I"I II some way, because I question -"O. B. MaynSrd I Is building a take charge ef tile upper grade
bearing all Issue cost, That'I e e !I hat been worded so al to suggest i home for himself<*
good business 'a particular answer and they give corner of seventh street <" Mrs Henry Carter wh I*
e A Hollywood flimsier In his :the answer before they atop tothlnk. I(Florida atr"Edward ), to take charge of the sixth gradeIn

The magazine that call Itself search for the couple longest They will give the conventional -. SUllng Is expected Homestead, until a teacher tan
"The National Weekly" says that: rted-TTyear* thus far- I'IIlIt-// lies they have heard J JIt. home soon from Advance, Mo., be secured for Oil CM ."
the i Important discovery that '
world' progress I Is achieved .
through the swinging of the pendulum marriages last longest When 'tasked
from one extreme to the; old Uncle Ezra "how comet"he

other trying to find the "happy replied: "It's thlsaway, we don't

medium" a* It were. When the I live *o durned fast; co'rse we Heleetlt

proposition was put up to old Ezra a shootln' once I while SB'

he said, "Wall, there Will a time mebbe take a hip Of "white mule'
when the middle of the road wus but on the hull our women folk-

the latest place but taint 10 ho see tint bothered to death by to

more; them plaguey ottymobeeis many of these hlgh-faluiln' Wees."

changed that, so what' a pore fel -........ t
ler tu do, huh" FROM
Why, Ezra, Just ride the upswing
until you get dizzy then let go and .

catch her on the back awing if Continued from Page four)

you can find a good roosting place 30 1934.
between swing
4. Take over
s e Saar-Januar
13. 193S.
Indication are that we \Win
5. Tear up military provision
have two
Thanksgiving day The
of Versailles Treaty March 16,
Miami merchants side with the
President in changing the date
Thursday, November 23, while 6. Sends German army Into
proclamation Governor Cone Insists that his. Rhineland-March 7. Helps General T, 1936.Franco in fl
win make the old
Spain-July, 1938.
date, the 30th, the legal one. But 8. Form Berlin-Rom Axis-I
what Interests the small boy most
October 24 1936.
j* whether he can have two
Christmases 9. Seizes Austria-March 12, -
SiOn 1938. I ..
10. Take ,
6f old Cy Tootleberry'kfavorite
1, 1938.
expressions was "ble ed: 11. Breaks Crecho-Slovakla :
1* nothing." Rockefeller's
grandaughter dMarch 14, 1939. I
wa given a bequest of
12. Take Mtmtl-March 22 :
21 million dollar Uncle Sam expects ID31) A '"castle In the air" won't freshingly cool during the
to gather In 16 of these and
the state' hare win be Sign non-aggression fact I ,L. .1'3 sunshine.baby.
I hers the Courts**4e coeval$4,500,000 win, with 14 J\usslt Conquers--:August Poland 23,1939.and divide '', do for Ills'Majesty! the season of hot .

have left only trifle five
a over '
million Maybe with a little 1838.' It with Russia-September- 'O ; .' Well help Dad build it for

I skimping, she Can eke out an existence 1 15. Peaceor .. a. ..\ l
Challenge AUld on I
him he the
that M soon as says
,on -.f. :
War- I Ilia Royal Hlgness wants
'e e e U'llNtS.
I .., ..It .
f' '" word. On the FHA
Here are' some of tfi* Items In .- ,,,- a-REAL new
Homestead, Oct. 16: 1939. home to .
the cost of the World War to Germany |! grow up
: / ; Plan-which wonmake
1.700,000 men killed, -
4,200,000 wounded 1,190,000 mlsa- I in. A room full ,of sun
NATUROLGAS bigger hole in Dadaincome
Ing; a million square mile of territory any

and IS millions of her people CobiuNO shine and good!, fresh air.
(about It percent) KZi us Mf FOR AND! PHA than the rent For

Dearly 50 percent of her coal deposit WATER HEATING .=. A little Kingdom that is detailed $information till
63 of Her Iron; 147,000 Germans -| Y, a uO':, aoerataCO. ru. '\ '
driven out of the Ruhr dl-' coons as
in winter and
cozy reor tee .
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i OPEN I A. Mw TO ( r. M. DAtLT .I.It Phone 507-J Frank L. Skill Owner Homestead, Fla.

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; ; Oct. 19. A programof j Lakeland Get le. (SpeclalW'"

work for the federal soil con- t More than 41,000,000 pounds of'

i: Mrvation project noW being set up canned grapefruit, practically all.

in the Everglades was approved la I of It from Florida and consigned: _

r, III conference here recently be- 4tt. 1 to the United Kingdom was ;xf',

; tween regional and state representatives 1 ported from the United States dur i "

: of the Soil Conservation rl trig the first eight months this\;

:.' Service and the Florida Experiment t t ta year, according to figures just r-1'

Station. The proposal will leased by the department of coro ,;I<1
:' be submitted to the department of merco. "/

:' officials In Washing.
; Agriculture
This li an Increase of 10,000.00086
V' ton, and to the Everglades Firey.
(y. Control Board, I state agency recently + yr pounds over the same eight monlhiffin
I established which Is expected 1938. The canned grapefruit'"'"

rr to cooperate In the work. so far exported la given a value F
C. P. Gunn. state SCS coordinator ;
by the government of $2,207,000 -4
:, said In general the program
compared with $2,046,000 for |
tht &
will deal largely with water control -
,I on uncultivated areas of the 31,238,000 pounds exported during/A''
""I Everglades through which It I K the first eight months of 1938. : '*:

t hoped to mob the pent and muck Florida
produce practically t1<\
soils less subject to Ions through the canned grapefruit sections tx'1\'If\,
burning and natural oxidation ported. Most of It Is consigned to
I "Both national and state officials !- y '".
the United Kingdom, which Is ex< '>
are aware of the great hawor< < '
,pips rr ;tNIR peeled to Use 1,900,000 cases this'
already wrought and which may season. The government's tllti
'by jo. yet be worked through the destruction reveal the rush which occurred, .
, of fertile Everglades lust to declaration
prior of war to f-
, I soils by burning," Mr. Gunn de get canned grapefruit abroad and ;'.>
" dared "It Is hoped to help pre- fill orders. There were 3,311,000.tpounds '
fi're. ,;
vent through this new federal In
exported August this
" soil conservation project It will
year, compared with only 749,000 "
I, be carried on in cooperation with ,
pounds the,same month last year,, >
the Fire Control Board, which Is '
The Florida citrus commission
d now planning and equipping itself ,
canners associations and others
to extinguish fires that do occur," are
f, The project' will be directed by .OMlU ..*... la this ease U petite sad ,*,...*l U little Miss B..rI,. -. .f Fort I seeking to have canned Florida
: C. Davis U.J..d MWi hw stuff .. dram majorette W the Seaward County Draw tad Basle Corp, citrus placed on a preferred list by
Kay project managerwho which, visited DM Worhf. F d recently set up headquarters and we" a =:'J..M' rpj Unirhe; VmuMk *4 the host entrance of doe Florida State buildiaea. named a compulsion with jurisdiction -
It the Station
I} Everglades Experiment the fair
over all such purchases.. ,, ,
'. InnBell Glade; He"will be I

assisted.J>y B8. Clayton'who has Suyar'Men to Receive FLORIDA BUILDING JUMPS Fide's Alerts ,. ..............................., ... ':"
I been at the Glades Station I .
working $742472 AAAlaymenta Building construction in Florida Mrs. Brown had recently acquired ,
for several years under an for August showed an Increase of a dog and was proudly I
,f assignment front the U. 8 Bureau almost $2,000,000 over August,of ,
Gainesville October U, -Under demonstrating his good. points. to EXPERT .
AgrifuUaral J Engineering but last year,according to the reportof a friend. "J \
\ has now transferred to SCS. provision! 0( 1M IMS AgrlcVltursl the research department of the ,
Gunn indicated I that the mountof Adjustment Administration Florida State Chamber of Com "I know he's not, what ,you 'BARBERING'40c I
would call a pedigreed dog she
federal, expenditures on the sugar program, Florida produced merce. Total construction for the ,
laid, "but ho
tramp or beggar can
project 'during the current fiscal month wag approximately $7,000
year which will in no case exceed will receive payment totalling 000. come near the house without his '
1 I a $79,000 congressional appropriation 1747.17252. It G. Clayton, state letting us know about It." HAIRCUT w,- ; I
will depend somewhat on the AAA administrator, announced.All Post Graduate School "What does he do?" asked her ,
I amount actually spent from a application for payment 1. friend. "Bark: the house down?" SHAMPOO ...... 40c
matching state appropriation for der the 1931 program) have;)b en For Attorneys Urged "Not he crawls under the sofa." f
the Everglades Fire Control Board certified by"the state office bore Edinburgh Dispatch. MASSAGE _... 40cBUSH'S .
i i Attending the conference here and issuance Iphecks should be Melbourne, pet It. (FNS)- ,
I Friday were Gunn and Davis, R. completed innihfl.near future, Mr. Improvement In legal services rendered
M. Ross and M. W. Lowery, of the Clayton said: Payments are madeto to clients by young memo
regional SCS offices In Spartan producer complying with acre. bers of the Florida bar through the A Y
burg, H. R. Leach, of the Washington ale and quota restriction under establishment of a post graduate Trial
office. Dr. Wllmon Newell, Dr. the program. school for young lawyers, was advocated BARBER I
R. V. Allison and Dr. F. B. Smith Extent of compliance by all by James M, Canon, Miami Means -
of the main experiment station Florida producer with the 1939 attorney before the Brevard I 11
and Dr. J. R. Keller of the Everglades program Is considered problematical County Bar Association last SHOP ;
station In Belle Glade. by AAA workers, Inasmuch as week. A CustomerAT
President Roosevelt' recent action "Somehow some way, somewhere
CITRUS PLANT NEARCOMPLETION In removing quota restrictions permits in this state we must make ,
producers to market M much arrangement. for a post graduate
A new citrus processing plants sugar a* they: wish to and automatically school that our boys who have l
( now under construction at the stepped up the duty on had the opportunity of practice .
"Ptent.Ci y State Farmtrr Market Cuban sugaf, boa M cent*, to $UO. nL.J,wou14..My for two yean., -" .
aDd work la expected to be-com- a hundred pounds may have the benefit ol older : :DHIGGERSService
lawyers' experience to give thema
petted within two weeks.
There will be a separate manager UN IN CITRUS TRADE better understanding of the Station. Fwwal! .Hem
for the Citrus >plant, which Citrus canning has attained the problem to j e faced," Mr Canon i <

,Will tie..opnraied-Mnaertb..... proportions vf %majoc Industry toeridar said. &,.._-11.. -6 Ills"w l il-ll3ra11LBVLANCR SBEYIOS :J!
... Joying' 1X000 r..r''I
.Won of the State Market Board.of sag over ,

rector.which,William L. .Wiasea.to.di.,of people$23.000,000 and,doing a'year, a gnu, business. EKAD-THK.WANT ADS Phone: site I t........... .Hmsteadria.asnal. J

T'\7\ u Sa:. '..... : ". "w ._ son '
A WPA allocation <* *11M tee
construction of cattle 'pens, weighing ,
sealer.and ether" facilities at International Agricultural Corporation
the Plant City Stale Farmers
Market, was announced recentlyby
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Representative J. Hardla :ANNOUNCES OPENING OF A "

First FIRST beans BEANS on UMt BEING Belle"Glade.IS : Fertilizer Warehouse in Homestead; t

market brought growers $1.25 per
: '
hamper for 101 hempen, reports III. N. FLAGLER AVE. J J
the Belle Glade News.EXPERT -, "' NORTH OF F. E. C. STATION ,
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Prompt service on all NATIONALJJand| ;OSCEOLA ;

makes -specializing on .

s i automobile radios .l BRANDS OF FERTILIZERS I I '

LCItaMFlewen j ja.wMte. : b. .. J ,

BUg. I JOHN S. (JACK PETERS, Salesman 'f WM. A. HENNA WarehoosemM ,j$'
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f \, Friday October 20, 1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Page Seven

IIIGIILIGIITSI It Shoe Dealer lies Boiler"She U a woman

HOMESTEAD __ who has through a great deal
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Tr Friend: "1 deed' "What to her
Mrs Gallaher's horn room he* daughter's birthday take M 's
t I composed of one section of the school and shared it with the rent belief
9\' l tenth grade held election thti of the pupils with t large glass of Dealer: "She believes she can
j milk for each. I wear a No. :S shoe on a No 7 foot"
week The following oflctn were
'. panted The boys in Mn TU leld's room Long Beach Sun.

J Pre.ident-Charle. Mlnger ire making bird houses, and the _
" ,Vice-prelldent-Wava, Horton girls are making dish gardens I
Secretary-Lois Carpenter Mrs. Cooper's room has a new PRIMltivf FIRST You Shave Quicker
Treasurer-John Sykea. reading poster. CRUDCWMCCL IS STILL i' 1/
? Easier With This Ken
Mrs. Bird's room Is decoratingfor THE GREATEST

The library has received several Hallowe'en with witches and .smut HISTORY ,Or.TRANSPORTATIN.. h 'r I
I gift books, tome of which are aa goblins which they made In art V i
"Message In the Hollow Oak"- MUSICAL NOTESBy
Carolyn Keene.
, "Sign of the Twisted Candle"Carolyn MRS, MARGARET MILLS IN LEN HUH' TIM MAN
Keene. v Bands .a Parade MAO REFINED HH WMIU A
"Tom Swift and His Motor Boat" The Band Movement In the SIT By UlINd GREASE TO
-Victor Appleton. schools of Florida during the post REDUCE miCTION AND i i

"The Hunted Norman". -James few years has been remarkable ,*MKI IT TURN f ITU**
Oliver Curwood. Musically, Florida Is forging aheadof
"The Golden Boys with the most of the South. Through the v 611' t .J.
.Lumberjacks"-Wyman. medium of music cheapness of BUT 1M FIRST rUMOAMEimi' .
"The Airplane Boys with the taste, ct.tlturallenol'lnce and adolescent CHANGE IINCI THE WHCCl'S i% I
," Revolution In Bolivia"-E J. cynicism are receiving INVENTION CAME ONLY (OVtMtMO PrkeIIIe. .
Crane. death blows. Music Is truly the Mm PRICT10NR4l1tR I5At
"Little Men"-Alcott. study which changes Impression

"The Mystery of the Fifteen Into expression.
Sounds"-Powell. Homestead High Band has just OfAUTOMOBILis x ./ .yle'o
TNg H141 SPEWS .
received 'Rse4 Oe sdrtltertae
new band books for
"The M'utery of the Lilac Inn' therir.t ,MOroacyCUe T4ar,
semeoter and work has
-Carolyn Kerne begunIn AIRPLANES AND STREAM" ,rlaa Fa+rl Inia;
The book "The earnest The following students 1044 11
Boy and Ills TRAIN*., Ot mom
Vocation," was presented to the have recently been added to the 8teev4
library by the author, Mr. Sowers regular band David and Jack '
Barnes, Q. Lowe. Carl Fredericks.

The girls In the home economics Edwin Booth, Marlowe Jacobsen, HOME TO GET IRON LUNG fishing pole into the bottom of the i
department are dressing dolls in Louis Murray and John McLean. The Sumter County Fair Association boat and exclaimed, 'I quit!" i

the costumes of the nations of the INTRAMURAL CLUBACTIVITIES Inc.. operating under the Why Patsy, what 1* the mat- "
world in connection with book :auspices of the Darner-Grant Post let T" asked mother. ...

,. g week. Mrs. L. L. Bow of the I i No. 101 of the American Legion "Well mother," she answered, '!::'OR good-looking, comfortJC !
Homestead Municipal Library has By ELWIN COOPER I it Bushnell, will present an iron "I just cnteei* to get waited I 'l
offered a prize for the best costumed Touch football season drew to a I 1cloae lung to the Harry-Anna Home for on!"-Indianapolis News. able shaves that save both
time and ,.
, the
dolL The judges will be this week with an exciting :'j' announced later. finish. Bow defeated Callaher to I night I Nov. 11.FUNEEAL Blade at only IQc '
fix 41 Made of
" t ........ easy-Amlng,
enter the semi-finals. The SeniorB
edges of a
"r The Homestead High School girls team make ,quick work of Gal- : DIRECTORS TO NEWT 'G.MBALLNOTARY radically Improved kind.Y Ti
I have organized an athletic association laher'i tenth grade team to enter MEET Wthattt outcarfcrmt andeutlMts
Ii .and pep club for the pur. the semi-finals against Bow Wednesday More than a hundred and fifty PUBLIC ordinary blades twe to
\'; paw set promoting intramural and afternoon, Senior B be. ]member of the Florida Funeral one. Get a package of Thin
eompetiUvt sports with bother came the champion touch football I 1 Directors and Embalmers Association QUlettMfronyowdeelsr
it : '.Datte-,County schools. team by defeating Bow I( will bury dull care when they Fire Insurance: and ,
,, The association has a president, The Paddle Tennis tournament I gather at'Hollywood Beach Hotel I'' '" 8',01' tDr.
., a vlce-presUent; 4 Secretary-and a progressed rapidly this week* both I October 23.28, and J7, for their Kindred LInea '
,H treasurer. These four forman in the upper and lower brackets I annual! convention, GI't1:" ; ..S; (' JQcf'
i. executive committee to work with In the seventh and eighth grades
the junior high school manager tournament Hubert Smith has entered LARSON IS CANDIDATE' U N. Knew Ave !r f'" 5( \
and the senior manager Under the semi-finals against John J. Edwin Larson, former collec- ,
supervision of the managers will Bilello to play for the championship I I tor of Internal Revenue for Florida }
be representatives from each clan J. T. Godwin entered the I I announced this week that he
which will be chosen by the different senl-flnala of the upper bracket ,would be a candidate for the officeof Leonard W. flask" I
classes by defeating Elmer Martin. In the I State Treasurer subject to theDemocr.tlc Brewsttr D. ............ I. .. ............
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quarter-finals. Edward Tomerlln fit.. ad .r
s A nominating committee of the I] primaries next May
following girls was appointed to opposes Carlton Sweet The win. Eye Car. Nose Wad Threat I[ GLASSES ,
nominate president, vice-president ner of this game will then playJ. Peer Service Treatment 141 N. 11. PInt at. HUmt. u sC..N.i.ly. .
i secretary, treasurer junior and T. Godwin for the champion While fishing on the lake this 1,1Gta.ee o"W"We". Air CM Ter"Dr. senior managers: Yvonne Pol ship of the ninth tenth eleventhand I summer with mother and daddy. Fitted

lard, Nina Dyal, Iris Cspllnger twelfth grades. :j Patsy Ann suddenly threw her OfflM km* t .. II uU ..
Doris Kelly, Jane OatUn, Kathleen Monday the basketball tournament ......'-
Freeman, Charlotte Geronimo, will get under way with the R. J. ElliottCHIROPRACTOR
Margaret and Mildred Field. Senior B team playing Bow. Also orfllll a& a- Am sad .
the Junior A team Is to play Black- GLASSES rasad w..4

burn. On Tuesday the Junior B memo*" .......
team is, slated against Gallaher -to Enjoy .... N. tail none Bid*. ItomesteUHDR.GH.DENBY
Jack Morris has been sick with while Jones plays Senior A. Two Accurate
the.flu this -----------------------
v week. Came will be played each day. We ,
t Mrs Dye's fourth grade students On Thursday the championship
are making Florid booklets. The game will be played for the ninth

most unusual and attractive thing tenth, eleventh and twelfth grades. ... .W... .
aboulihens.4a,94 -
I 4uhnat colon
sprayed on them for the covers e-svs e

Mrs. Thurman's Om ,.-..Ia41eI ra that rear eyes an as '
welcome back Bobby Drewdy and as Tear bratee-save thess B..d Ylrirs'a.s.4s deed Ie.khe..i ,Osteopathic Physician : M
j Martha Ann Llndsey whoh v F _aljcsat enee each 'year .alsp'Iee'. [t.
t been sii*.. :' .' :"; ., ; p.N.w lam yew,we* M *M .
The chiidae in the
f.ftd)lbral7.JIQQQ -arbdstai&ebeat ..... ,AND SON Dr L W.SteHWnami
each other by placing! _the ,,
"&a1 roads bock,widek. fnnnlllag...OptometristsGlmim '
If" MlaaslrtHMw .
tVr tX.
.. y.,Aaa.Ra.ntesltl..lberldkNi..,.. ..... ,; Af'te7 E,..Mlam1Lt 1Lelw : a-uti Brown's Dm* Store*' "

has a booklet t 1.1: __.._ arm" all : : !
last Wednesday Mrs. Awards' .. .llW

., room enjoyed juDtaasanl junwia*. .....- '" .....-. I"' I ......,.-..._...-..- ._--.. _..--.--.-.-----...-,.- -.-.-.- ._.. .- .. ..... ...WWVWWWWVWWWVWWUVNMV".
It was LotiM Strickland's birth. IoIoeaI fer Optimism T I

1/ day, and .Urs. Strickland brought

i DIt R. S. AKERS "

I DENTIST dentist ''and Avocados
Persian Limes
omee llama 9 .. /16 Ie p. a. -

1 I....,. ft Ile u Office Hours 8:30-4:30
V closed Satardayt ,. ...,{(

Free Parking Space First National Bank TO MARKET a THINK OFGORDONHOBSON .

l1Ie N. W. SETH ST. MIAMI I3llRdingtltUra

Open E..aIan by Appoiatmealy


y Green Lantern RestaurantAdjoining I.I I. ,

I : : Hotel Redland : NARANJA, FLA. -

i-: L II 'Mrs. ; 'Gken'Victor > Proprietor. : "tII"lI:
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M P:,ve mrt.r a. THE t.t".dnVlt.Fii1't'1RPIRE FH

I rrrrr Social Events in South Dade '.n. Ii



Min Joan Graham of Hannja tttnbl With corsage of gardenias I Oct. -Meetlng of Ad Astra Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Vereot of did graduate work at the University .
and Julius Richardson of Miami Mn. Richardson was graduate!t Chapter of O E. S. Florida City are announcing the ; of Florida this summer. She la
from Rtdland High School In 183:!I Oct. 20.-Meeting of Episcopal marriage of their granddaughter, a member of the Alpha XI Delta
wen married Saturday evening at and attended Maryvllto College trMaryVUle Auxiliary with Mrs Wm. Hastings. Mist Alene Leslie Vereoe, to Roger octal sorority; and a charter member
the born of the bride' uncle and Twin. She ha beet, Newton Snow, of New. Haven, of the University Club of
aunt Mr. and Mr*. H. H. Graham employed by-a Miami departmen t Oct. 20.-Tournament "r lei g Conn, and Florida City The Homestead.
la Nennja. The Rev Jesse P. tore for several yean.Mr with Mr. and Mn. B. M. Hlndman. marriage took place In Gainesville Mr. Snow it a ton of D. B. Snowof !
Monts of Miami Beach performedthe Richardson la the ion of Mend Oct Tournament arid I Fit.., on July 21.Mn. Florida City and North Haven,
ceremony. The house was Mr*. J W Richardson. Foi r with M.... B. M. HlndmaA, with Snow., who was born In Conn. Ho It a native of Connecticut .
decorated with coral Vine ind fern. the peat several yean ha hat been I Mrs. Ceo. D. Ruehto at hostess. Dead Wood, N.: D.. I* a niece of Me I II a gradual of Homestead
The bride, the daughter of Mri. employed In Miami at a bookkeeper Mrs. Lawrence Becker, of High school was graduated
Oct. social at
3 W. Moody, wort a fuchla ensemble aoMasquerad Florida City, and for the post from the University of Florida In
with whit acceitorie After the ceremony a dinner was I Florida City Community church. twenty-one ;yean the has made 1937 and did graduate work there
Her corsage wu Of gardenia held for the wedding party at the I Oct. 22.-Townsend Club meeting her home with her aunt. She was this summer. H* I* a member of
Mr and Mn. Cha Love of home of Mr and Mr*. Graham In Neva King Cooper schoolat graduated from the Homestead 'the Chi Phi fraternity. Mr. Snow! I*
Miami were the attendant Mn The couple will live In Miami I 190: o'clock.: High School: In 1934, later attended j employed by the Florida Light & I I
Love wore a black and whIM en- at :OJ3 N. W. Goth street Oct. 83.-Meeting of Redland P'I Florida State College for Women, :Power Company In Fort Lauderdale -
T. A. room mothers with Mn. was graduated from the University j when the couple are how
MRS. BREWER TELLS CLUB OF PIONEER X Baihor of North Carolina In 1638 and I II living.

I. Oct. 21.-Meeting of Jennie .

I Partlet wen held only on moonlight to help with the housework, Mn Oct. ?:3. Tournament bridge OF CODEraise
: In the of with Mr. and B. Blackburn.
night pioneer days Brewer said. The pioneer woman Mn E. '
V the Redland District ao those who was apt to favor the wearing of a Oct 28.-Meeting of Dorcas I 'Every child from seven to sixteen the money eleven :yean ago
cam could tee to get home, Mn. certain amount of "rough dry" Class yean of age must attend for the piano now in the auditorium .
Thomas Brewer told the members clothing by ty>r family. Oct 25.-Benefit supper of Red- school regularly, Mrs. Fannie Tul-, and promised to assist |In the
,. of the Homestead Busmen and Mn. Brewer also described the land Ladles' Aid In Redland Community loss told members of the Homestead i aseoclatlon't: plan to get one this
Professional Women'l club In a IDOl hurricane which bent tall Church, P. T. A. Wednesday In a talk year, '
:.i; talk on pioneer women ate potluck pine trees till their top touched I Oct 26.-Meeting of Junior on attendance provision of Flor Mri. William Musslewhlte tang
: dinner meeting held la Hospitality the round. Music Club with Betty Lou Haiti ida' new School code. Previously two solos to piano accompaniment
House Monday evening. Mn. Flora D. Myers presn fed at 4 o'clock. attendance was not compulsory. if played by Mrs J. D. Redd. President .
I' "Everybody: tame, and came a full set of magazine pictures she I Oct. (0.-Meeting of Study class the pupil had pasted the eighth W. R. Bird presided.
early became of the roughness of had coUectuMo-thow activities of with Min Jennie Lobdell at a grade The attendance
prize wen won
UM trail The young children modem women who pioneer In o'clock. In school that have mid-year by Mn. Bird's roam In the elementary -
:; wen put to sleep In the bedroomof I new and surprising field) of work. Oct. 21.-Meeting of Woodman promotions a child five yean and school: and Mn. Margaret
I), the pioneer hOlt and nortec Mn. J. F. Hammett, program Circle with Mn. J. R. Bevl eleven months of age, the laid Mills' room In the high school.P. .
In the very early days we bad a tharaan, told of the life of pioneer Oct nKedland P. T. A. school may be admitted during the tint I
priceless aplrlt. of eomradeatt.*'' women m this country one carnivals two week of the term; In schools .
Mn. Brewer described In detail hundred yean ago. Oct Ik-Tom Thumb wedding that do hot have mid-year promotions I T. A. MEMBERS PLAN TO
her own entry into the district IkUM TM program was planned and In Neva King Cooper School at a child of five years and nine I ATTEND COUNCIL MEETING
aha and Mr. Brewer bought announced by Miss Anne Lee, first I o'elock month will be admitted duringthe I Members of the Homestead P. T.
boron and ..... ah* pit and vfce-preaideat of the dub. Nov 1.-Meeting of Pioneer tint month of the term. A. and Redland P. T A. an pinning

L with thicken, tn dog* and a parrot ]I Guild with Mr*. Thos. Brewers A child may not be kept: Out of to attend the meeting Of the
darted from their home near MISS LUTE RgrcB wins Nov. I<-Uetiog of W M. U. school without a valid excuse, the Dade County Council of Parents
4 Leesburg. Their net Was baled cIn:Ie& ,. and Teacher: ra the Citrus Grow
JAMES LEE SIMXOMS If your child I* III notify the
hay their Nor. 2. Meeting of ichoolln Miami Wednesday from
I ; cover an umbrella, teacher
and explain what the trouble
Ube ADie Bitch and I
I Even In those days their progress I Jamesware AuJ Ulr)'. ,U.The. 10 till 1 o'clock.:
Simmons both of H
down Mlaml'i mate street attract Nov. 1. Final playoff of Unl- penalty for violation of the The P. T. A. presidents of 'the
married Sunday noon In I Fort Lauderdale *
ad attention. I verity Club bridge tournament win be
law platform guest
by County Judge Boyd I* on* hundred dollars or to
After Woman' Club
describing their tiro-day Anderson. Mb Evylee Dellingerand building. day In Jail, she said./
I trip from Miami to their homeI Fred Arant wen the attend* Nov. h -South Dade Garden Mr*. Tullog told of helping to (Continued oil Page Nine)
stead IB Redland, Mra,.,,., Club meeting with Mn. Annie R.
enumerated the few families that tats. Butler. ,
had Settled in the district The bride la the daughter of Nov. 7.-MeetJng of Jtenlamt .. 0'I I I" I. "''i'..' )1'''.' .. 11011''''
Mr. and Mn. A. 1C. Bitch of Home
The railroad was completed at Neighborhood Circle with Mrs.
I far aa Homestead, she raid, and a sBorn la Georgia, she came Ceo Wright
train came in twice a week Mr. hen with her parent mon than Nov.Work meeting of Homestead .
and Mr*. W. D. Mom owned and ten yean aid and attended the Home Demonstration Club. DIXIE DRUGJACK
operated a store and had living Homestead High school Nov. ..General meeting of W.: f.
Mr. Simmons, ton of Mr. and M..U
quarters above It. There
tnlJroad section home were also Mrs. Wm. H Simmons of Home Nov. I.-Meeting of UniversityClub ; rotitHomestead. HOWARD JOHNSON j
Then wen no colored people steid, was born In Alabama. H* at horn of Mr*. LeW'lrlceBHker FU. Phone It and plotKLENZO
J .. attended the Homestead High la Florida City,
School The couple are now living
\ Nov. '.
In the McMfehael apartment
Home Demonstration Club.
lor,.. on N. w. Fourth street Nov. '.Benefit bridge parties
A. L. Bosun of Coconut
j sponsored by Homestead Woman' Brushes
,, Crave Council Spoke of the to the Dade County MBS. D. E. 1U8HOR CALLS Club at I o'clock in club building. Lather
American Legion ROOM MOTHER MEETING Nov. I.Covered dish supper I

r Tuesday Auxiliary In at the aft Legion all-day hall retting-when Mn. D. I, Bashor room mother of American Legion and Auxiliary

1 the Homestead Auxiliary entertained chairman of the Redland P. T. A.. I
the council Mrs BuueO, has asked all room mothers of the Get a new lather bruah now will this
child welfare chairman, gave a school to meet at her home In s I low price to In affect. Brittle knot la Im- t
f, talk on the national convention In Goulda Monday afternoon at 4 r ported mixture bleached bristle t<
o'clock.: centerwith "
Chicago to which the was a dele
I gate. A covered dish luncheon Plan for holding a rummage badger
was limeS at noon. sale and for completing the meat* eating. Calalln has c,
benhlp drive will be mad at dlealnataortedooloH.A .
The covered dish
nipper of the this meeting. .
local Auxiliary and Post will be ea,
held on Nov. I Instead of 10 at REDLAND P. T. A. TO HOLD .
: previously announced It we* decided HALLOWE'EN CARNITAb' t Jtess& MODUCI BA
at a meeting of the LegionAuxiliary

the Legion Wednesday halL evening In Its The annual Redland carnival P. T.at A the will school hold -;{ )j..l. Br V

Thos present wen: Mrs. Lamar next Friday night, Oct. 27. Bc'
I Kendrick Mrs. Win. J Ceronimo tt sea 06 eiaor' arts leer r
Mn. Philip Ream, Mra. ie* **. R Ut beta owes st

Geo. W, Turner, Jr, Mrs. Edw. KafeM NrawtMl, W.... M I Silque HIM TONIC aNd
Norman, Jr. Mrs. Harold Sheffield, Evelyn Cooke '-... a.beadle and hale awe* tie
Mrs. frank a Mist Eva Bobbine .* d RtJta Hfr tteaaaaaaaShalt I
a visitor.R.'d:: Charlotte Ceronlmo Studio of DancingNew ** aer.lgW Creqaloel 'I 0PALITE tOMB E E.H.r.t.

a Junior member.Tropical Wave .

hat clatae* onMenday tent atn M n. Mas..as fir -
mat* .a hair foIIIc mat you aeed. Slqlllr.
Thursday Afterneoas'. ) I- a acierilfic hair prepererion 4M aids hi
: I NIKE'S BEAUTV i Moping yow hair It ift beetst'fdpe Ito

Cafe InHospitality PARLOR g ret., Iut rehelps' to .

'I.U aw:...,. ............... R.ahr..e keep fldet. drys.n.. 10R BOTH
I dean aorta ef city bass House, Homestead I 0-0.-.... sea seas. .tc., hair

All type ef daaetng ......$69 bte" f
Regular dinner Me I Reef colas .
._ :Tap, acrobatic ballet; ballroom NATJROLGASTUX
Plate Iifiich __ BSe I

Ml** Raps Steffi sad Mee.Flares. COOKING
Ponies. lie per bateil *r H tit .ea* i

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Bridge tournament Friday after- SORORITY HONORS RUBBERS stance Hunter, Min Jan stun
noon at the home *t Mrs. A. A. AT SCAVENGER HUNT Kiss Mary Grace: English KdmondPacettl

Payne. The Kappa PM Delta Sorority Clinton Bishop, Whitney
It: Social Events I Mn Adrian Jacobs Mrs. Trtv- honored its rushes .t a scaven- Beam,jack Sullivan, John Walton.'
elyan, Mrs. J. R. Brooks Mn ger hunt on Thursday of last wek Fred Fuchs, Theodore KnowleV ,
P. B. Bird. Sr., and Mrs. Johnson The group met at the home of Miss Billy MoffeU. Howard West, Jack ,i
were substitute players. Betty Brown and returned there McMichael Carl Dvden Roy Martin "
Other player were: Mrs. N. D. later for refreshments of cookies J. T. Godwin and John Whit. ;
r i" trKISE BIRTHDAY run TOM THUMB WEDDING L. Swan Mr. Carl Schmidt, Mi*. and punch chard.
: GIVEN FOR T C. SEIFEET POSTPONED UNTIL OCT. It Wm. Smythe. Mrs A. L. Lanler.Mrs. Ruahrea present were: Miss Mis Richards, president of the :

*" T. C. Selfert wi surprised withI The Tom Thumb wedding,which Russell Horn. Mrs, J a Frances Lamb, Miss Doris Warr, sorority, appointed MIN Brown '
i buffet supper on his seventy was to be staged this evening on Perkins, Mrs. Clsud Campbell MlM Wan Horton and Miss Betty and Miss English to draw up a ;
fifth birthday anniversary Satur., the lawn of Mr. and II.... Howard Mr*. Cordon Ivey, Mr B. M. Jan* Meybem. constitution lor the club, at e i
day night .t the home of his granddaughter Johnson' home, hag been postponed Hindman, Mn. Ceo. D. Ruehle, Others prevent were: Miss meeting held Monday night at the '
Mrs. C. H. Nash In until Oct. 30 because of the Mrs. R. J. Elliott Mrs. A. F. Arthur Mary Francea Arthur, Miss Nina home of Miss Richard 'I ;

Miami. unsettled weather, it was announced Mr*. Paul Haley, Mn Russell Dyal. Miss Jamie Richards Miss
Various games were played during The program will take Anderson, Mn. J. A. Webb Claudia Connor, Miss Barbara I DINNER t
the evening. place In the Neva King Cooper Mrs. H. K. Foulk, Mrs. 1L C. DOM Miss Louise Barnes, Miss SURPRISED AT
School auditorium, beginning at ( Nichols and Mrs. T. J. Faust. Katherine Marsh MIN Jeannette Mime Alice Macomber worthy
Those present were: Mr. and matron of Ad Astra Chapter of U't
r. U..r Steven, Mr. and Mr*. Jack o'clock. Mn,Gea D. Ruehl win eoUrtain OunpbelJ,141aI Kathleen Freemen, O. E, S., WM honored at a Sure
Slattcup Mr. and 'Mr. William The Gleaner* Class of the First the group on tile last of the Miss Yvonne Pollard Miss Con- prime dinner party Wednesday

,S .ford,'Mr. and MM. Jack Davis, Baptist Church et Homestead series at the" ,'Mme. of Mn. B, Ml evening at the Mats Avocado $,
lit.u.ct Mr.
bridge and
1 Mss and Mrs Ralph 111141.. Mr. and sponsoring.*wedding' for thebiwkUng HindmmvMn. won Neel Lodge on Redhead Road by the
"tin. Robert 0........ ,Mr. and fund,of the-church. ? .' C J. Parman sad Jt H. Others duplicate playing wares bridge. Mr and member ef the cttapUe
Mr*.\Ernest Sellers, Mr. and Mrs. Don were high core prIM winners Mn. Joel Hall Mr. and Mrs. W. Those present were: Mr. and
I Setter. Mrs. Freda Fine, Mrs. DISTRICT MANAGER SPEAKS of games played Friday evenIng R. Bird Mr. and Mrs. Frank Belts, Mrs. GM. W. Turner, Jr., Mr. and, 'I
Lana Bechdol Min Rodgers, Robert TO WOODMAN CIRCLE: by il cup Five at the horn of Mr. and Mrp Henry Johnson, Mr. Mrs. Lloyd Delta, Mr. and Mrs.
Williams, Harold Adams, Ben Mrs. Catherine Richardson-'of Mr*and Mn. L. L. Hood.Mrs.Oeo. and Mrs. Stanley Wittkop, Mr. and Sam J. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Frank:
and Teddy Bechdol Burke Sellers Coconut Grove SMV/ district W asger -- N. Wakefield and Mn & M. Hind Mn, K R. Klnard Dr. and Mrs. Morris, Mr and Mrs. Frank .
and Mr. and Mrs. Nash. of the Woadmsui: Circle-S.T. man were second prla winner, Gee D. RueMe, Mrs. P. B. Bird Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. A. R.Livingston .
a short talk at the meeting of the The group will meet tonight for Sr, Mrs E.: A. Ames, Mn. A. A. Mr, and Mrs. Harold
GLEANERS COMPLETE FLANS Royal Poinciana Grove on Thurs the last time at the horn of Mr. Payne, Mrs. R. J. Elliott Mrs. L. Sheffield Mr. and Mrs. Edw.!: J.
FOE TOM THUMB WEDDING day night of last week In the"Wo' and Mrs. Hindman. L. Hood, Mrs. ScholU and Douglass Norman Mr. and Mrs. J. W. En. !
MM. A. E.Smith and Mrs.James' man's Club' building. She' was Othen playing were: Mr. and Tower. gush, Mn. R. W. Mulllns, Mrs
Robert were hostesses to the'I presented with a bouquet fl'Glltill Mrs. C. Stetfanl. Mr. and Mrs.H. Miss Lois Behrens and Miss Lena Knowles, Misses Esther and !
members of the Gleaners Class of local grove. Collier Mr. and Mrs. Julian H. Helen Daniels were high, score Helen Livingston Miss Eva Rob-
the First Baptist Church of Homestead The charter wa draped in honor Webster, Mr. and ...... E.: B. winners In Group Four when Mrs. bins. Miss Mildred Sullivan and t
; Wednesday afternoon at the of the late Mn. Myrtle DePew, Blackburn Mr. and Mrs. Clarence T. J. Blair was hostess at her homeon Miss Macomber.
home of Mrs. Roberti. Plans were district manager: and state past Gray, Mr. and Mn. Ceo. M. Frick. Thursday of last week.
completed for the Tom Thumb president Mrs. J. R. Brooks, Mrs. Tom Lindsay Others playing were: Mra.. The Jennie Lobdell Circle of the i
wedding to be held on Oct. 10. I Homestead W. M. 8. will meet I
A meeting of District Four will Miss Ellen Huff and Miss Lawrence Becker, Mrs. Roger
Mrs. C. H. Denby won prizeIn be held M Nov 1 In Fort Lauderdale Pearl Whitaker, Snow Mn Rudolph Matuwn, Monday night at the home of Hiss I
a contest Mn. Roberta had it wa announced. Miss Elinor Par and Dr. MIN Eleancr Holferty and Miss Helen Livingston ,
charge of the devotionals.Those Frank Hausman were high score Mildred Slngletary of MlamL (Continued on Page Eleven) !
Mn. J. R. Bevts will be hostess
present were: Mrs. L. K. to the Circle on Oct. 20 at her prize winners of Group One, .
Bishop, Jr, Mrs N. W. Carter, horn*. when Mrs. Paul Reynolds was
Mrs. Hugh 1ater!: Mrs. ]Henry Olson hostess at her home Wednesdaynight
Those attending from Coconut
Mn. A. E. Campbell, Mrs. Mrs. Howard Lamb andE.
Grove : Mi, and Mrs. J. D.
Dexter Home, Mrs. E. S Hurt, were B, Blackburn* second score
Overstreet, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Mn. W. B. Caves, Jr Mrs. Lloyd prize winner and Miss Payne
Witt Mrs A L. Lanier, Mrs. Albert Westmoreland, Mrs. Shirley Hen- won the floating prize.
son and Mrs. Mabel Parker.
Bussey, Mrs. Russell Home The group will meet for the last
Mn. James Hudson;Mrs. Gordon Homestead members presentwere time next Wednesday evening at
Ivey Mrs. Ploy Watson, Mrs. Earl! : Mrs :R. L Godwin, Mn the horn of Mr. and Mrs. Black
Cravey, Mra 0. J. Wollam, Mrs Florence Paccttl, Mrs. Alice Waters burn.
Mrs. W. D. Coker, Mrs. J. T.
Wayne Adams, Mrs. Virgil Gren- Others present were: Mr and ,
nell Jr. Mrs W.. W.: Allen, Mrs. Martin Mn. Bevls and Miss Pearl Mrs Lee H Lehman, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Johnson, Mrs. F. D. Mock, Whitaker. W. Y. Buah.of the W. Frank Webb Mrs. Blackburn, Mrs.
M... Harry Schauberget. Mrs. & 0, W. wa also present Virginia. Walton Mrs Hausnan,

U West, Mrs. Moo Murphy, Mr* Miss Ellen Huff, Miss Emily Payne, i
J. C Davis, Mn. Harry Cooper FIVE GKOUPS IN BRIDGE Mr. Lamb and Mr. Reynolds. <
Mn. A. E Paul. Mri. Luella Craver PLAT DURING WEEK Mrs. Adrian Jacobs and Allen it.

Mrs. Dunby, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. A. M. Logan and Mn Neal were high score prize winners t.
Mrs Roberts. Henry E. Johnson were high score of Group Three at the homeof
-- prize winners of games played by Miss Bertha Kill Hausman
KILTER PALM GIRL WEDS Group two in the University Club Wednesday evening. Mr*. Jacobs 'f I
,The marriage of Mri. Lois CashClmtrell I
t of Silver Pain, to Ray W.
, Htiglnbotham of Homestead took New
place Saturday at the Dade County Crop'TOMATO
court house in Miami Mr. and
Mrs. Hlgglnbotham were guests of
honor at a dinner Sunday. at the SEED .
home of Mr. and Mn. A. 3. Bergerat pAINT doer more than beautify
Modello. Othen present were '
Miss Shirley Cash. Wade Higgln.: f your home and make it more attractive -
botham and Douglas Cunningham
GLICK'SGrothen .. Paint protects and acts as
f*' .. ,-j I
LUNCHEON BY SCOUT PATROLThe an armor against the onslaughts of
Senior Patrol of the Homestead ATarglobeImproved
Girl Scout planned, pre- wind and rain and moisture and sun.

pared and served a luncheon to Rutgers 4
the members of the troop committee
at the home of Mrs.Frank Skill, Special Stock Buist Globe If the paint on your home has begun
scout captain, Saturday.The .
house was:.decorated: with I ) to crack, peel, or show signs of giving
cut flowert. FERRY.MORSBGrotkctt .. .
Scouts responsible for the luncheon .t ea a A.A nW l. way to Enemy Weather, let us checkup
project were: Dora Scott,
Marion Edmonds Wilde, Batts, :Globe: -. and tell you how you save now bya

Batty Bailey Margaret Stillman Marglobe
Ann' Shackleford. Melba Van new protective coating.

Rheney.Winkle, AChtoy Kemp and Vara Rutgers

Others present,were:. Mrs. Carl '.' 'Pritchard's' ScarletTopper 'If you wish, take advantage of the
Robinson, member the Dade
County Council; Mrs. J. R. Brooks .. .'110. ..,,: ,''' i F Modernization Credit Plan,
chairman at the troop committee; KILLE-S ,
Mrs. Russell. Hornet, lieutenant; which allows you to paint at once
Mrs.' James Hudson lieutenant
Mrs Frank Hausrua and Mn. B.;i I GrothmGlobeHYINGSTON'S: *".-. .. and pay for the Job In convenient

M, Hlndman, troop committee
embers. I X monthly installments.
.') awe .../ ,"r 1'" ."
Homestead Oldest. .
BarberShop 't. ,. CALL US TODAY! '
Old GlobeMarglobe ,

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,.. _"_u_......____. ,':' .. ;:(!J If! .. I ;' 1 A mystery: corr a-.Im'! L'AAsented j CLASSIFIED: ADS .
ibj Adam Applet ;
BEDLAND P. T. A. ELECTS I member to'donate it sum of money. I I I I

ROOM MOTHERS AND FATHERThe The doll and the money will be I Ii ,' a by Y.the P members U. of the at Fir theSe *< RATE: First Insertion 10 a line; subsequent Insertions
sent to the '
room mothers and room i .orphanage at Benson 14. line I
Baptist Church. The money will
fathers for the grade were announced Spring. I I I r
i be used for the building Lund The
at the meeting of the It was announced that a district ,
Redland P T. A. Friday after meeting would be held at Riverside I PIa1Ia Instructor directed of by t a Blackburn I FOR RENT FOR SALE-On* spring bed, mattress
public speaking and
noon In the school auditorium.The Methodist Church in Miami i, and one 100-pound Ice hot:,
'. onOclU dramatic at Homestead High FOR RENT-Office or desk space good as new. Mrs S. B.; Pop-
faculty quartet composed I I School, assisted by Wlllard Barnes in downtown section. Phone pell Modello, Fla. (08-")
of D. R. Snyder, J Q. Caldwell, A covered dish luncheon was No date ha been set 2020.

Leslie Stanley and Clarence Gray served at noon. The cast Includes: Kay Mlllii
I I FOR SALE Tropical plant, citrus >
sang several selections.The Games and contests were playedon of the detective agency, Virginia FOR RENT-Two rooms, modem trees and tropical fruit In

room mother and fathers the porch of the lodge and Mrs. I Dorsey; Evelyn Whitman, the conveniences. S. W. Sth stertt, ...son. Jungle Grove, Redlaod
by grades are: Mn Eva Fletcher'sroom Atkinson served punch in the mother, Louise Barnes; Capt Ceo Mrs. Charlotte Goff. (.29-20)) road and Plumm drive.MISCELLANEOUS

Mn Georgia Gopp and Mrs. afternoon. Whitman, the father J. T. Godwin :
FOR RENT-I'umlshea hones.Apply
Black Mrs. Flora Vlh- I Edith Whitman, the sister,
Florence : Those present were: Mrs. J. A. at Dr. M. A.. Berger's residence -
len's Mrs Skeet Goisman Ettle Mae Waters; Arthur Whitman
room I McNeill, Mrs C. D. Fakers Mrs. Tenth and Krome ave.
and Mrs. Dan Lewis, Mrs. Ruth!,J. A. Daugherty Mm Lula Free, I the brother, Wm. McMlchael;
Mrs Clifton Goss- Gram Pembroke, Lucille West ( SEX: AND BUY anankln Variety .
Russell's room, Mrs A. S. Moye, Mrs L J. Pseettl, ; .
Man and Mrs Wm. Bethea; Mrs Jr., Mrs O. L Showalter Mrs. Mollie Crimp Pembroke Howard West; (FOR RENT-Furnished apartment Grove, West Florida City.

Clara Sayers' room, Mrs Phillip I Wingate Mrs. John a Williams Jim Hayes, friend of Cramp Edward all electric, clean cool a7tO

Beams and Mr. H. L. Cossman; Mrs. Dan Williams Mrs. J. Kirby; Black Terror, Her- Bedroom, living room, dinette

Mrs. Ruth Murray' room, Mrs. P. Dye, Mrs. J. P. Andenon, Mr bert Booth. bath; daybed in living room. RENT YOUR HOUSE-funiUhed
Arthur DaVl and Mrs. A W. Mc-I J. J. Richard, Mrs. J. D. Redd, Plenty of Closet apace. Reason or unfurnished. I have year

Vjcker; Mrs. Margaret Daniel's I|Mrs V. F. Booth, Miss Helen Livingston UDIAND,01llAJII'1I CLUB able rent Eva Collins, Biscaynedrive round client Benjamin W
room Mrs. Alva Lee and Mrs. !' and Mr. and MM. Atkinson HAS FIRST MEETING OF YEAR and Federal Highway. Morris, registered real estate

Vm. Woodson; Mrs. Geo. Folk's Delegates from Redland to attend broker, N. Krome ave.. next to
room, Mrs. James Nesbltt and Mrs I I' tbe Dade County Federatoi GOOD cool roomy apt. for rent Baptist Church. JultU)

Dean K. Thompson; Miss Myrtle RCDLAND LEAD; HOST of Woman's Clubs were elected a.tI Private bath, reasonable rate)
Ask at Western Union. (mUtt
Xerfoot'i room Mrs. Alma EdWards ;TO ROYAL PALM UNION the first meeting of the fall season WANTED

and Mn. Soda Hnbson.Mrs. : I! The Redland Epworth League of the Redland Woman's Club I FOR SALE

Anna Carters room, Mrs Ed i entertained the members of the I I Tuesday In the Woman's Clubhouse TRACTOR WORK '

Campbell and Mrs. L. H. Dawson; I Royal Palm Union at of Redland. Delegates an
the Redland ,, FOR SALE-Spring cushion fiberdavenport Mowing, raking, plowing and
Miss Mildred Small's room, Community Church, Monday eve Mrs B. A. Waldln, Mrs. Dave Ku-! chair and rocker disking. Wm. H. (Bill) Sykes.

Howard Kirk and Mr*. A. L. Mn'j ning. feldt, Mrs. Cine Stewart and Mrs '10. John 0. Williams, N. E. 211 S. Krome Ave. (polJ-nJ

bell; Miss Helen Daniel's The Rev J t. Richards was the Seymour Dane. 12th St. (po27)) '
J4rI J:;. S. Henntogton and !' principal speaker. Willard Nor. Those attending the meetlnj TUTORING WANTED high ;

0. Rogers;.Mu Julia .ulUvan'a man gave a trumpet solo and Leslie were: Mrs. F. W. Stillman, Mrs FOR SALE-large packing house ,choolllld grade school subject \

room Mrs. W. P. Cash and D. E. Stanley, J. Q. Caldwell, Clarence W. B. Mahan, Mrs. H. J. Armstrong located on two railroads. P. 0 Mrs. H. J Armstrong, A. B.Plununer .
Bashor; Miss Elinor Payne' room, Gray and D. R Snyder sang Mrs. Geo W. Turner, Sr.. Box 533, Homestead. (o20-n[) drive and

Mrs. Mae Campbell and Geo. several selections, accompanied by Mrs. M. A. Baker, Mrs. W. M. Country
FOR SALE-Refrigerator, BO Iks.capacity Club road.
I Cooper; Miss RatherlneCevls' Mrs: Gray. Brodie and Miss Estclle Turner
,room Mrs. Cooper and Tom Tor- Cake and punch were served by $4. Apply Apt 4,I
'j I larlrn.e5'. .a y Flower residence. _. (020) NOTICE OP APPLICATION roRTAI.aRD.
blrk Min Stanley GIVEN AT
:the"1 Redland COJ.lP.ftl .".I Mrt.t. + kS t toot ", ..eighteen attended. AUXILIARY MEETING'A : FOR SALE' CHEAFpOne 100- Nat.w a tweeter :wo that Dau bases
9a. JI IIM, his wife,
ad M.ey M
!Oannee Gray' room, "Mrs. .Ai. review oCt a book, "Chspels pound Ice box,(good as new. See an esla.ws of 9ralKv. T.l Con ...
,4thaa-Sags andMra.Julla.D F. CLASS MEETS was liven' at a meeting of the Morris White, Peacock' Lodge, deta..d.t.d tko std Mr wf A.
f. H E. Tretter's room. Krt. Ivatta, &,1'RICHARDS ,Presbyterian.-Auxiliary -yesterday Redland. "' 1t (e11)JimSLLE.FIst'top tot k. mat A.saris D Ins..{41LM kM ban meem filed,MM.Cortlflnil mpvir.4M" fur*

aid! 1* H. Creel; .J. Q Caldwen's ; class of tbe W'I(. S. 'afternoon .tothe. ..ct1urctr-: bow as deed ease-a..Mtanr.rkr..m-- ..-w...w/rla-
traoossi lr*' /&U i.. .j : 1'tlomesteadMob*" Mrs. J."M 'HoSerir was.hoetess. office Oesk.: ..s. d..rab.dNwitta.. rv.ad ..D.+pQansu't

.'11\{lQOir'1.L.'Tlern.oaa'hsrs.C: ':rr'j.lilsdp.e; :Church:: met-Fl-Way afternoon for Mrs. T. I* Hodges sang severalselections .-W"W.r6ner7. (0111)1 ,.n.tA.*a,. a, <.|.|::.-AJfhtt & A. ........
and Chambers. I.the first time *t the home of'Mn. I Mrs! D.T>*BlaKe,"Wri: meeting of the HomesteadWoman's sank I. Pw .. Unlit I* _Oni

J. J. Rlehtrd: The book, 'Nettle Wall..Mrs. Paul Haley.Mrs dub Tuesday In the I I .rrk.f meld INPto ender
,ilf L HAS ALL DAY' ": ___ ,. __
*L nu.ITrall4) to Triumph t,I R. Y. Burr and Mn. A. F. Arthur Homestead Woman's. Club house. ahe .Iot sow -s
at UnkMW Daiwa MM Cntiriou shall
MEETING AT PARE ,is used by Mn. Richards, the each reviewed a chapter of the Mrs. A. Ryan, another officer of her TTMMTriln .s !.... .u dad will
'A rag doll wltb pockets full of teacher. Each member took partin book. Mrs. R. E. Trotter, home the Federationwill also speak. .... IMniM ...UN Ilk day '* MIHM>Hi

Vftmey for orphan will.be made I. the dlscuuion. A.j j I mission chairman, had charge of Mrs Carrie Crowson will play A. .D.U4 UM.D this. M i7 "> OrtnWt A B. IMS
of the Woman's Those present were: Mrs J. the program. B. B. LKATHHtKAN: ,
Missionary several piano numbers and Mrs.T ut Circuit
Clark Cmrt
Society of the Home- McNeill, Mrs. C. Hagler Rice Mrs. I Others present were: Mrs Fred L. Hodges will sing. Do4Ie 0000..,. r1orN..
church it was decided J. P. Anderson Mn. O. L. Sho- (Cinult Court "' 11II
stead Methodist Lucas, Mr*. Frank Hathaway, Mrs.J. Mrs. Henry Jobnol.nd Mia D. 11
at an all-day meeting of all!walter, Mr. Dan Wllllarni, Mrs. R Hlckson, Mrs. R. C. Jackson Pearl Whitaker will be Joint 10"". S r., IS. SO St, No*. SI
the circles at Royal Palm Stale Geo. Raruon Mrs, J. P. Dye, Mrs.C. Mrs. B. E. Gatlln Mrs A. F Darling -, hostesses
park as guests of Mrs. E. E. At- 1| D. Eakers, Mrs. E. E. Atkinson, Mrs. Von Gildrln,, Mrs James NOTICE OP TAX APPLICATION DIED FOB

kinson. In the skirt of the doll Miss Helen Livingston, Min Jennie Nesbltt, Mrs. Geo. M. Frick, Mrs. 'N THE rmci'iT COURT or TUB IITH Chapter IT4H-A ml IMS-A MMNiitlM ,
JUDICIAL tlltri'lT IN' AND FOB b hereby ..I... that A...... Orfont ,
for each Lobdell
will be small pocket and Mrs Richards. Chas. Ooley Mrs. Vane Harris and DADA COUNTY. 'Loam.\ IN harder a> Sate act Co.ir.tr TCntlflMW
Mrs. J. A. Ricks' CHANmiir. N usu N.. *..40 IMIM UM II* day ,
DOROTHY MAR QWJNijFUIrtltt.MARTIN July" A. D. IM1, kM II..... saw, In m.
FOOD SALE Teacher "Yes children, an Indian 0111., and ban Riede appliestMm fan tax /
The wife la called Now PIONEER GUILD HAS t. GIVENS. Def.ndM.morn decd Ie lie ........ _. Said C.rtltlate.wbr..w
Auxiliary of St. a squaw. I or PUBLICATION 1M 'sIIowina' d.wribed. prr.p.RpIce .
John's/ Episcopal church will hold what do you suppose Indian babiesare ALL-DAY CALLED MEETING TO. L.GIVEN8. the Counts of Dodo, stale of .........
G .Uiwn. Del.w.n.IT .
a andl and food sale on Krome called" An all-day called meeting of the II orv ORDERED that You file your IPpranini 'Lou IS and ID, Blork IS, W l Flwln ;
avenue near the McCrory Arcade Bright Pupil: "I know-equawkers. Pioneer Guild was held Tuesdayat MI NoxmUr lot*. Itlt, to UM Park a *.Mn.. Plat U ok S P: M. I* 1
I Dill! of Comnklii for DI oM ta Uu .kmtrM the Ceuntir, at ....... state .r ttorUm. It
Saturday, starting at 10 a. m. ."-Cappers Weekly. the home of Mrs. L. H. Hether- MUM: otherwise a MerM pr. ear The MMMnMnfc of MM yroptrtv vn4i>r
Ington In South Miami. Plans were ,''MM will be ......... ...1...' rot TIMKooM.tMo' the MM MKIfkat based WM i. the same
{', LMM?.E.un.rlM fa d..liut.d .. all r. 0. Brow..
,I discussed for the reorganization of M the m-.pw hi wblek this OHM U.kM MMnlflr.U dull MnAwMMleoordlw
.' the club. hall be Published MM a week for foiloofiMcuMv la ..... UM roptrtr MMirlkeri
_It.. therein will lie Mid M UM highest kM- T
The next meeting will be an all- Thta Uw Ml* d., of October, A. D. INS II the Court know dove M Ui' tint Man, 1
New LKATHrRUAN day ,. Uw notilk rf OMMIMT, IMS, wkkab .
Nov. 1 at the homeof 1..c
meeting on
Supply day of Clrrull Court the 4lh d.r of D..Mil...r. I....
Mrs. Thomas D.o. c..1IQ. norfcU. DOW this lltk day of 0........, I tit. t
:::7\trl. Fred Clroull Court droll L I. LKATHKKHAN.
Those present ft H. RICE Jr.. tmrtr Clark Clerk of llnull CourtDIM I
BrenjeU Mn. Erpenbach Mrs H. M. CARR Bbllrlur for PkHmlffOct. CMKtr Morldt.Clmft .
Mrs. Geo. W. ( SO, n: N... S, 1'. 17. HIS ( Cwrl /"IN
: We Have a New Supply of WHI Erpenbach, L. IL PARKER 0 tOeA
t Turner Jr., Mrs. James Pritchard.i ( 10.1,: Now. 5. I0, i.f' 1 1'NOTICI
"As for myself she declared,
Landreths' Simon's and Stokes' i Mrs James Elder Mrs. Brewer "when I shop I always ask tot 0' APPLICATION POR
i and Mrt. Hetherington. TAI OK'O. rile N. $32" i
what I want and, It they have it weeks 10 ......... sl.s that Jam" rel.K..a.
r and It pleases me, and I feel in .... bald., a. eels'. .f City ..tMl.aI
: .' ELECTION OF OFFICERS inclination to buy It, and It Is mead UM Tax IH C.rtlfkate ur *f Nunb.nION.A. D. loss kMMM
SEED cheap enough, and I have the filed, Owtirir.H fr off Ira, mnm bpnsod. 4
Mn. Carl Schmidt was elected aUMUm fan tai dead M MIIMwmrtenra
.. money and one cannot buy; It anywhere Is With law. **M {
\ president of the' Altar Society of else, I nearly always buy =. MnkneM Uu following: dMrrlb.
the Sacred Heart Catholic Churchat .4 navU, situated !. Dodo O....., flM.ld .
I It without the haggling and arguing .. towUiU
FOR FALL PLANTING a meeting held in the recreationhall during the whole day which T, Rlk. t Moral Park First ArMMVl.
Wednesday afternoon. Other ... Pal. seek a. Pen S. M Uw City, ad f
other persons do. -Kenttsh Mer Miami c...... "f 1)MX slow >f Florltt.of .

I "" .....................,............. 1 officers Charles Pope elected vice-president were: ; Mr Mrs*. cury. the Th.mid. "ri--='of Wud mid..:"tt r*..ado soar ,

, .. 1 I Lawrence Smith, treasurer; Mr*. W VInk niii o..n.J Moirdlni Unlm MM ID Certificate taw UI .ham 4l

AND DON'T FORGET TO USE Geo. L. Swan, secretary; Mrs.I NATUROLGAS will, wan, A. D.tMr.IMS... m Ik. oath Mr tt OMwr 1
Wllhclmlna Veasey, corresponding Mud We Both dims d ......_. A. Do ,,

secretary. I I IS NOT EXPENSIVE ,.... It .. LEATHIItIUIf. <

Redland Brand FertilizersTO Plan for a benefit card party to FOE COOKING Clerk me Clnvlt Cora.Cimwk .
be held Nov. S and a bazaar to be name ;:...', -
Y. D. LYOIII. 1I0..T..0, rLA.'HOfll ( eo.!
I ;: t''c1.: .
held Dec. S were discussed. H .TIIIIIJr.'I'I'I'" 0. ''
I fop 5k n lOA. )
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I The study clad will meet with I
Miss Jennie Lobdtlt at I o'clockon II

AND CROPS WITH Thursday. Oct. 28, Instead of I

Friday, Oct. 27. ED1ARDS.T1LING

Br. and Mrs. Paul Reynolds and

\, Jorida East Coast i Fer izer Co. ,son guest, Joe of and Mr.Gene and were Mrs. dinner Keith- :Real Estate GeReral Insurants

Crosby la Miami Sunday.
FRANK 8.RUf..M R.MFRS. I ....:-



HOMESTEAD FLA. I:tit Mrs.the Dade L. J. County McCaffrey Federation, president of j Cor. Falls AT and Ave. B Florida Oifr, Ma.

,Woman' Clubs, will be guest
I,speaker at the first guest day

',. 'HIIIIIIIU fH'.III1I1JlIlf I : ;'V.n\fntm'ttM\ ?H trm rl: ; l flydil.tIi: JT 1I1tlrl1t11l: Itsr;OOIllUJtitlfl'IllItfUlIJIUl/1Itllft'IlJ.IflUit: : : tlUl1t1U1 iqi.

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; _Page Tlve'w_ _ .. u_ __ __ THE LEADKR-KNTERP1SB ____ 'Friday, October M, im..
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J Golden e e ThirtyCOFFEE

; I ) SA 31bs. F i K LI Ib.

I \ YS1
. I Finding tome outlet tot 12c 15cf
t i\ energy of youth it fine
greatest problem facing the
:f \ try today, declared eoun-I. Del Monte Vacuum Pack Pillsbury's BeatCOF'F'EE
I Hlndman, principal of the Homestead -
schools. in a talk before theo m ws'
1 Redland District WON Club Tues. I I I ranouff"14
day eight .,MILKI
1 : "Dictators of Europe: have capitalized

. e J M outlet on the war youth," h.by giving.. & him"In I Lb. Can 221hc 5 lb. Bag 22c
America we mint not lit back
.1 I complacently and allow the youthto
J find bit own outlet W* must Green Giant Sun Sweet, Medium
i aid him and prevent tM martial
Pled Piper from luring him Into No.2 cans .. tOe
, t. destruction." I PEAS 1&PP u im .bibplcpkg.
f : While youth must posses Independence _
; of thought, h* must
\ aid la sorting out tNt vast quantity Long GrainS -
of propaganda with which he Sylvan Farms lb.p .
la being bombarded Mid Mr. SPRYSIfORTUIIiG
Hindman. Much of the propaganda
ti worthwhile, but th'1'911 m1Rf .CAN ,.. Roll Butter 31.c
i r'o a wit amount that la the answer STAYS 50FRESMD
1 to hit craving for action end 52c 23c 5lbs. .. .z c.
t would divert him Into UM way of
i his European brother, ha said. Fresh Pork Lu.Rinso .
1 t Having faith la youth 1* para KeUo>cg's
.. \ mount la holding; his Interest In Whole orL9.
, .. the out better thing of life, h*pointed Pkg. CORNFLAKES Shank End 1.9c

. i Charles Ooley, secretary of the 23c pkgs. .. .. 3c
} I club, ihared the speaking program Dexter Boned and Rolled

. .t' :I with duties Mr.Of state Hindman.Lions official Ha discussed. Lux Gables Brand Sliced Bacon Veal Roast

t: J} '40 BUIEK BUYERS \LPu:- 23 g. Tomatoes lb. .. . 25c I lb. ----------2 c

Lux or 3 cans .141C
i !
Life Buoy Soap County Kist Selected Local Fresh Dressed

-' ) 3 cake.... 19c PEAS l 2 fors PIg Liver I Fryers, lb. _. ._ 35c

flint, Mich. Oct l..-More than

: i 1040 11.S09 Model buyer Buick signed can during order the for e -V, CORN f Ic lb. .. .. ...:lSc Roasters, lb. _..35c

r : list ten day of September, an al .M

tim record for this period and .. u. a. York: Cooking
with one exception the biggest PHILLIS' DELICIOUS I
j 10-day. volume In Buick hlitorjr. Strawberries PORK and BEANS tOe ,
This wm announced today: by '_ .PPLES
{ VT. r. Hufatader, general sales No. 2'/s cans
? {\ manager, who aid that .* a result Box . 2Sc _
Buick unfilled retail orders a* of .
October 1 had reached an *fl time PHILLIPS', DELICIOUS 51bs for .. ..... ..&.4c
I \ high Of 25,280 notwithstanding I R spberrlesl SPAGHETTI, T a IlCa n. 9cBA.
sharp increase In customer 4t- .
llveriM during the period.He i Georgia Yams
announced that deliveries to 1' . 25c PIDLLIPS' DELICIOUS "
i,, customers are going forward at an .:: SOUPS each &",5e Sweet Potatoes
accelerated pact with heavy .. .. .
dealer shipment being mad to ASSORTED FLAVORS .
meet the retail requirement oungberrles 5 Jb s. .... -. .. ..s c
Deliveries during the lait ten
day of the month totalled '.4.t Box 23c Miracle: Whip Qt.
CUI. to said, compared with 1."' -:::- Maine U.S No.l
In the previous 10 days a jump of SALAD DRESSING .. 32e
approximately 100 per cent reflecting Irish Potatoes
the speed with which the Rhubarb
Buick factories are effecting distribution Royal Fruit Flavored

Th* 10-day to :meet deliveries customer compared need Pkg. .. .. 21c GELATINE, pie!. ... 5c 101bs. ... .. :; .. .Z4c.
with S.10 in the corresponding riAvoas
\ period of September a year ago, ASSORTED
while actual new car order of SnobaD
I 11.U9 during the last 10 day ofr Blueberries Velveeta 45.1
September compared with 6,900 In (al.dinOWEr
the corresponding period last year, Pkg. . 26c CHEESE, 21b. pkg. .. .

i t RAINS DROWN Heinz Assorted Lbe .. .. .. ... __.. _u Ioc

'" (Coattaued-from Pap One) Del Monte SOUPS, 2 1g. cans .. 27c Long Crisp
tearing down a dam following
!' complaint of farmers who claimed Peaches N. B. cc- Package
they wen being damaged by water Celery
..1' .II.kllMlcIIt from Its natural flow. Halves or Sliced CRACKERS, 3 pkgs. .. t3c

:. large Installation master pump of the for second use la of controlling four. No. 2% can 17C Ives 2N o. 2 cans Stalk .... .. ....IOc:

I I ; ; movement and level of
water on th* ,I BAKE YOUR .
South Dade Farms Inc will be Mayor Seedless
f completed today It was announcedby
James Sottlle Sr. presidentIt Thanksgiving !
Is situated lour and one-half Silver Palm Cira ES
f miles south of Florida City. FRUITCAKE
: The four pump, each with a GRAPEFRUIT JUICE

,..,' 72-inch discharge, will be capableof 4SC21bs.. .. .. ..-.u.. 13C
,,4 maintaining a movement of NOW :4No.2cans -.. ...-.- .
1,000,000 gallons of water a minute
.) te the 20-foot wide ditches which
and be that
sure you Dti.r
drain the farm land Installationof Fancy! j.Y
tile tint pump WU completed! lee our display of st4lkley'e Fl.nest '
several month ass Onions FCandiedFruits
Installation of tilt pump b part SUPERIOR QUALITY PUMPKIN j
of a mammoth reclamation project! .' "

: Th started reclaimed by: South land Dad will r.ml.tIne.Increase No. 2% can ... ..... JZC 31 hi 1:. ..::.: : .....I 3d 101,
the holding of the concern: by:
10,000 acres. i