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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: October 27, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
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: UF00087294:00250
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME XXVII--No. 43 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA, _FRIDAY, : PRICE CENTS




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THANKSGIVING Six Machines Involved in Accidents ENGINE?' ERECTING OF ANNEX


Killing One, Hurting Five Near PetersEarly's

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[ A negro,woman was killed and I THE WEATHER Demand for Electricity
FOR 1940 SETEVENJPIER Letter
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I five other persons were injured, 0 .e.d.r t.nrt ( tilt -kliu at. .Plant Shown Big

October 2E. 1MK one seriously, In three accidents 11a 4 00&% 11"wds&4 "w"u. Increase
in which six automobile
My Dear Mr. Cameron: figured, .,. | ..1 1w: -'-;;;-1Iahi'
a half mile south of Peter early

October Thank twentieth yea for your. anti for letter rear of Saturday night. The scene of the 1 Oct 20 ._1 189 II| 72 140.011, ] 0.71 CITY ACTS QUICKLYFOR

thoathfulnes in writing as yea mishap were within 79 feet of Oct 21 .- .... I 188 i 67 |129.8111| 0.11 START OF WORK-
Stephen one another and all three occurred Oct 21 .-.-. I 90 : 68 I
Early Respondsto
ld.In accordance with announcemente within an hour. Oct IS ....._ I 88 | 70 129.98J I 0.24 of Bids Contract
Opening
Letter and Paper already nude, the Presl- The negro woman Alberta Dor Oct 14 ..._,. .115 I SJ ''30.10] ,
Cameron Sent dent win designate Thursday sey, 43, of Coconut Grove, died Oct 25 .'-._. I 88 1 71 |130.11| Awarding Set for

November 13rd as ThanksgivingDay almost Instantly when she wai Oct 26 _. .... I !118 '130.14] Next Week
struck by a car driven by I. J.
THIRD WEEK ERROR this year, and Thursday( darted'Into 'I
November (1st as ThanksgivingDay Moore, of Redland. She Wheel were set In motion to
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CORRECTED LOCALLY the of LIBRARY MOVING
path the ear from the
in nineteen hundred and bring about the early Installationof
side of the road, It
I was said.
forty. an additional generating unit
I Mistake Is Held General I Very sincerely your, Mr*. Mary Willis of Florid DAY IS THEME OFBOARDMEEMG for the municipal power plant
City it 11a serious condition at I
Throughout United STEPHEN EARLY, yesterday at a meeting of the city
the Kendall .
hospital the result
StatesNot Secretary to the President. council following receipt of information -
I Sir. It A. Cameron, (Continued on Page Eleven) that the city's application -

I only will Thanksgiving Day Homestead. Florida. I for a $75,000 loan bad been
Miss Jane Keely Hurt
be proclaimed a week earlier this approved by the Reconstruction
jre I,'.by President Roosevelt-.hut $ Auto Jl.p'rj(Ego .Plans; for the, moving of equipment Finaiiof Corporation.
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I O Thanksglvlnrity"'wfJ'1949 aWwill fN() P i \ria oG" iron ,rhV< old Mayor Tom Harrla received telegram

be art forward a week, it was Miss Jane Keely of Homestead library building at Krome'avenue from Senator Charles 0.

I learned from Stephen Early, sacre- YET IN BLASTINGOF who has been confined in a Fort and N. W. Second street to the Andrew and Claude Pepper at
tary to the President, following Myers hospital by injuries received I Washington Wednesday announcing ;
new $23,000 structure now being!
the approval. He called a !
his receipt of of kit week'i i
a copy Saturday when an automobile she
' Leader-Enterprise at the White FARM DAM wa driving crashed Into a bridgeon completed at First avenue and I meeting of the council yesterday ,'

House the Tamtam Trail, II miles Second street were discussed by morning.
I' south of the Homestead Library Board ata The council voted to open bid '
The announcement WM contained Naples, will be' returned
In a letter 'received Monday The dynamiting of a culvert In to her home tomorrow. Miss meeting held at the home of for the purchase of the; engine and :

from Mr. Early by H. A. Cameron, a canal of South Dade Farms, Inc., Keely uttered cut on the face Mrs. J. E. Gausent one of its construction of the annex next "
Homestead real estate broker and at Tennessee road and Campbell and hand Her automobile was member Wednesday night Mrs. Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. '
former mayor. Mr.: Cameron' had II. drive a week ago has resulted In no damaged badly. U L. Bow librarian, and Councilman Soon after the meeting telegram
written to 'the President and arrest and apparently little Investigation Miss Keely we returning hereafter W. R. Bird library committeeman were lent to bidden announcing i'
it learned visit with her also attended the meet- the approval of the loan and decision
pointed out the widespread be, was yeiter* a mother at
I of the council to open the)
lief that Thanksgiving la to be Tampa when the accident oc- ing.The
day.The bid next week.Application ;
curred. board appointed H. A. Cam-
observed on the third Thursday of' blast, which rocked small I
the month, when actually the day houses in the vicinity of the dam eron to work In co-operation with tot the loan was i
Nov. 23, will be the fourth Thurs. and shook windows in buildings Mr. Bird and Mayor Tom Harris made several month ago and according -
J BICYCLE SAFETY to Gordon Ivey, superintendent -
in making arrangements for the
day. I for miles around, occurred last
I dedication ceremonies.A. of the power plant. It wa
Friday night, few hours after
Even newt services, Including a In the United State
the only one ;
.
R. Livingston, president of
fudge Paul D. Barns In Circuit DRIVE STARTEDBY
the Associated' .
Prose referred to,
the group, read' a letter from the approved by the B. F. C. for municipal -
court denied of
the coming Thanksgiving a* the,I a petition a group utilities work. Mayor Har J
'of Dade Board of County Commissioner
farmers to force the ofI
"third" Thursday, Mr. Cameron opening rtsl.ldI1e loan also set a record \
GIRL SCOUTS advising that the
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wrote and The LeaderEnterprisewas 'I the culvert The action was asked
stoners had allotted $300 COnunla-j for speedy approval. II
for the of determining If
the only newspaper eo far as purpose library. Fifteen bids en the new equipment J
it would aid In draining water I
known, that sought to correct themistake.
and annex were received
Venetian blinds have been 1
ordered
from the land north of the dam. The Homestead Ctrl Scouts
j Oct. 16, Their opening was delayed I
for the library and will be
of
seeking a program safety In the
Governor Cone probably believed i The same culvert was dynamitedtwo operation of bicycles, are backed paid for by the board with the excepton -I until decision on the loan I
that the coming Thanksgiving yean ago following' similar by Mayor Tom Harris and Police of the Initial payment of application was received. ;
Day date la the third Thurs court action. Chief O. H. Sullivan. $30 which the city hal agreed to Start of etmstruction of the annex -

day because he set Nov. 30 at the'' Friday night's blast came not The mayor, commending the Girl I furnish, Mr Livingston announced.Mrs. end preliminaries of installation
date for the observance, Mr. unexpectedly, ft was said. A number Scouts In their safety drive, stated Bow outlined details for the I of the new engine probably 4
Cameron told the President's of were nearby when will under'way within two
sec persons that bicycles are subject to the observance of Book Week, Nov. 12 get
retary.In the explosion occurred: and rushed same law a* automobile and to IS. (Contintud on Page Three)
last week' Deader-Enterprise to the spot with sand bags and
other vehicle H* said that all
Mr. Cameron wrote that the Associated other paraphernalia for stoppingthe police officers have been Instructedto Year-Round Payrolls Sought for Area
Press was the first news flow of water and suceeded In
enforce
the law governing the 11
service to make the error of the plugging up the blasted hole with operation of bicycles. "Obey traffic Through Peters Cattle Raising Tests
third Thursday and the mistake in ball an hour, James Sottile,' law and protect yourself as

doubtless appeared In every paperin ST., preiidenf of the corporation,I well *i others," he told the Scouts. Feasibility Of cattle raising In forthcoming only during the grow ,
the United States using that said. Two men, one of them a The city law regarding bicycles South Dade as a mean of instituting ing and harvesting I season of

news service. Subsequent news negro, were seen near the dam, are: "Bit')...* shall at aU times a year-round payroll in this I crop .0
(Continued on Pace Two) /Continued on Page Three) keep to the right as close to the area I II being sought !\ experiment The corporation' experiment

curb as possible except when beinf conducted by r. ,center around determining If the i
Ex-engineer Sees Underground Wall passing other vehicle or persons C. Peters, Inc., on Its ranch; on I same ground and fertilizer that Is "
I moving In the same direction- nd Coconut Palm Drive, two mile used for potatoes can be used to
As Alternative to Locks in Canals shall do so by moving along the cast of Princeton. 1 grow com for silage It I*

-. left hand side of the vehicle or per- The corporation has 130 cattle I the plan ofI1e concem to !

Organization of a water control AOapattah farming lands to keep son to be passed and shall at once on It* ranch and will add 50 more ;plant corn in the same field with

district to construct a gigantic underground the water from draining out un- resume right hand position and remain next week. If the experiment potatoes following last cultivationof
wall along the southeastern necessarily the dry season who at all time OA the right prove successful the herd will be the potatoes By the time the
edge of the pine land section there la not farming, Mr. Fox hand tide of the street Increased gradually until It number potatoes are harvested the corn
Is proposed by William F. aid. "It' shall .unlawful for any 1,000 according to A. T. would have a good growth and

Fox, fruit grower and former civil U existing drainage districts person to ride a bicycle within the i Arthur, manager of the Peter potato could utilize the ground In which

engineer, as a mean of maintain. would agree to place water con corporate limits of the City of plant at Goulds, who also the tubers were planted '
Ing a fresh water level for the servation Iocltlln their canal and Homestead< unless the bicycle U I 1* In charge of the cattle unit- The corpora tJon'* cattle business //1 i
grove section of south Dad during ditches there would be no need equipped with bell hen or other Mr. Arthur pointed'out that if I Ia purely on the feeder bull Mr.

+ the dry season. for the underground wall he proposes similar device' capable of producing I potato grower are able U add Arthur said. The animal aN not
This, however, would be done Mr. Fox said. Many of the sound enough to give reasonable cattle raising to their enterprisesboth allowed to graze but are kept la I:
only a* an alternative to the Installation canal and ditches have gate warning. I emloyee and employer will pen until they; are fat enough r,
3 of lock in existing which automatically lock against "It hall be unlawful for any have an income throughout the for the market Their food, allege :

canal in the east glade and South (Continued OB Pogo Three) (Continued on Page Three) year, whereas Incomes now are (Continued on Page Three)



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; LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday October 27 19M
Paste Two TilE
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-4 and rnarlte ll&,of. .the true Own Local Nazarene Church, _.

I .} \ FIFIELD GIVES Monkey Feels Nip Jungle of War Here As 'I[FUNERAL RITESCONDUCTED their The'ieath1 grove. Mr. Woodbury Occurred ,.I It. .To Ge, New Pastor

Simians Become Scarce FORMRS.WOODBURY two montha after be and, The resignation of the Rev. \It..
i i i \ DEALERS DATA hU wife celebrated their llxty-I 3. Parker;' pastor of the Ho
it Among ether things, war has I! second wedding anniversary. At ,
stead Nazarene Church,
i I ON FERTILIZERSResearch crippled the monkey b...._ the time of her death Mrs. Woodbury swat announced
bad lived in Miami several. this week by facials
t The better breeds and kind the church. He will be replaooj
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of monkeys, sought after for I
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Sunday by the Rev. Robert '
(. result with potato exhibition purposes, come from Funeral aervlrea for Mr. Myra Spaa
; fertilizer made ever a period of Europe and Asia, but aecersl.Ing M. Woodbury 83, one of the early Garden Club MembersSee of Avon Park. Mr. Parker fee
eight year at the Subtropical Experiment to Joseph DuMond, owner I settlers of the Redland district Experiment Station Homestead yesterday on a business
t 2. Station were discussed of the Monkey Jungle o' IlaJntain who died Sunday In a Miami hoi trip to Orlando. He has not jt
by Willard Fifleld,horticulturist In drive. Simian Importations pita, were held Thursday after
(I charge of the station at a meetingof teased with the atari of Euro noon at the Redland Community Twenty-five memben of the announced his plans for the futiot
> 30 fertilizer dealers and agent pean hostilities, Meokeyt CM Church. Burial was In Palm Cemetery Hollywood Garden Club headedby ,
at the station Tuesday afternoon. be ob&alDed'rom South America Naranja. The Rev. C. G. Miss Olga Kent horN demonstration -I State Fair Exhibit fan /
), County Agent Charles Steftant tat they are kaa desirable, Hobson, officiated. agent of Broward county, Add these two significant news
also attended. I he laid. Mrt. Woodbury who lived at were conducted on a tour of the Items of last week The World'i
Mr. Fifleld also discussed: Rate, Mr. DvMond said all his 844 N. W. 4th itreet was the Subtropical Experiment Station Fair at San Francisco filed I voluntary
\ and recently of manganese application .._DIIe" are from the "best widow of Charles H. Woodbury, by S. J. Lynch, aula tint horticulturist petition In bankruptcy
( s *, comparlaon of various famllle and be doeant anticipate who died two yean ago. They Wedneaday. Florida was the first exhibitor tualgn ,
source of potash and nitrogen, getting additional one came to Redland in 111} from At a meeting following the tour, a contract for space in the'
addition of minor elements to seem Driicoll, N. D. where they were WUlard Fifield, horticulturist In 1040 edition of the New York: i iWorld"
regular fertilizer effect of varying However he la enlarging his In the hotel business for five yean. charge, explained the work at the Fair-and the answer It ..
I.. percentage of nitrogen derived Monkey Jungle, or rather, he le Previous to that for 30 years they station and 1U accomplishment that California should have pei4
; .' from organic sources and effect I enlarging his cage far the engaged In farming at Aber- Mr. Lynch spoke of the work on suaded Florida to exhibit at its
\ of yields of potatoes of varied i human Construction of a large crombte, N. D. In Redland they tropical fruit and ornamental world's fair and thus avoidedbinkruptcy
'fertilizer formulaj. I, area way has been started and worked together In the harvesting plants. ,
: ; At the conclusion of hla talk I will double the else of the \
Mr. Meld detailed the atatlon's age plane for the apectaUMra.Mr. 'aII'I'I' ,
recommendation for fertilizing Orr
4 DoMond's guests walkabout Featuring Sears National
announced fertilizer
potatoes He.
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the Jungle through large
data and the results of the .', :;
reSearch .
0( work will be published In the.meshenclosedavenues monkeys have the ,freedom while ..
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i THANKSGIVING the U. S. Our own Governor ;.:: .
\ Cone probably think that that
\ date la the THIRD Thursday he October 23rd through 28th
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(Continued from Page One) having named November 30 as the

}, I atorlee referred to Thanksgiving day.Our Wise mothers shop Sears' Baby Week Specialsto
.f. Day ai the "third" Thursday of Dade County commissionersare
\ the month he said. also In a wrangle about It. save on the best that money can buy.
I Mr. Early'f letter appears In an The one commissioner with,whom Sears Time Payment Plan makes it easy for
adjoining column. Mr. Cameron's I talked thought that the date you to- buy everything ,you,need.-" Buy anything
letter to Mr. Early follows: flxedNovember H-wai the
Mr. Stephen Early, third :Thursday. I ? ,totaling $10 or more, on easy payments I
Secretary to the President? Vo BIG newspaper, so far a* I
;, Washington, D. C. know, has troubled to correct '
Dear Mr. Early: what U manifestly a wrong Im- 60-Piece, Complete
The writer happen to be an ex. pression.
mayor of this little city, and a pre- With all good wishes. I am,
Roosevelt Democrat having cast Very truly Yours, "Roly Poly
) my first vote for Grover Clevelandas H. A. CAMERON.Carload .
i President In 1888, In Chicago. t
Layette
November S3, aa Thanksgiving
Day seems to hvae created a great 't,:. .. :7.a
deal of mistaken
furore through-
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Of
t 3 Dozen Roll Poly Diapers; 3 knitted or nain

1 r : sook Gowns; 3 cotton knit Shirts; 2 fine nain

? gook Dresses; nainsook Slips; 1 Sacque; 1 pair
BEANSEED r Bootees receirig Blankets; 1 crib Blanket!

4-pc...Towel Set; 2 fleeced Rubber Pads; 1J

and J Powder; 1 box Q-tips; 1 bottle J and J

\. \ d, Oil, and 1 Castile Soap.

JUST RECEIVED

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I! Crib and Mattress

Specials

INCLUDES: For New Arrivals Combination

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1 PLENTIFUL KNIT INFANTS 59C 1 \ J

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GOLDEN BOUNTIFUL WAX
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ANKLETS, PASTELS:
Cotton +,
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THESE SEEDS ARE
PAD AND CARRY- Mattress ,.
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HANDMADE BATISTE 59C Well built, to give satisfactory service! Drop

DRESSES GOWNS side, makes it easy to put Baby to bed. A crib

BABTS FOLDING 3 QQeiJO and mattress to serve until your Baby atBATeHNETTE

least six years bId, all for the price of the crib

1 The Kilgore Seed Co.

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Indifference Cited Therkildson lion from Ui engineering -.orilla
by : EX-ENGINEER Wyoming yean ago. He Mid be DYNAlTING\

" As Block to Progress of Florida: I was tunnel engaged through In a mountatn constructing when a

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(Continued from page One! water Beeping from above stopped (
The general Indifference of tourist then Florida he
more i and scurrying
were two awar
I the work Hotel were drilled near
Floridians to advertising the Vir-: Mid. "Florida, with. Its greater Incoming water, but lock against the tunnel root and these were shortly afterward It WM said
natural better climatic out-flowing water are entirely
tues and opportunities of their resources filled with concrete; the concrete beta
I conditions, and vaster opportunities lacking, he alleged They were Mid to have nee
state U a factor that must be overcome hardened In crevices and divertedthe
for financial foot-holds shouldbe (James Sottile. JrH field manager ognised by several of the mea who
U Florida attaint and maintains far out In the lead. But It trailsbecause of South Dade .Farms. Inc., ho Mid.water away from the tunnel repaired the dam
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her rightful place among there Is not enough indi- Mid yesterday the corporatlon'1 CountSolicitor Robert It. Tay-
Mr. fox caMe to the Redlands
other states of the union Mid W. vidual boosting"With system of canal and ditches on
II "to lor Mid the dynamiting case ha
spend the win
yean ago
F. TherkUdson. All-Florida editor the exception of metallic the east glade I* equipped with "
ter. Previously for 14 years, not been officially brought to his
mining Florida has enormous representations gate that can be locked against
for the Miami Herald, in a talk he WM engaged In engineeringand
attention. He Mid law enforce
of every major snter- out-flowing water ai well M no
before Lions concerns with which be was
the Redland District prime In the world, but these same against In-flowing water, In aecordutce > meat officer have placed evidence
connected Included the American
Club Tuesday night enterprise are known better In with 'the heed of the before blm.Attorne,1.
Bridge Company, the United States
other states because they receive area)
"Callfornians, almost to a man, [Steel Corporation, the Stone A for the corporation
wld..lpre.dlbllclQ'. Mr. Ther- The wall would extend from
boost their state, with the result I kildwn said He pointed out thatIt Miami. M miss south and wouldbe 'Webster Corporation and the contended that there wet but M

that it attract more business and Is r Uttle-knewn, fact that Florida about IS feet high starting at Standard Oil Company of America. acres planted north of the dam tot

has Me'range cowboys than a' 'point; about M feet below the I Purlng the World War, he, WM which relief 1* fought, whereas,
Texas and more/ rang I cost than I e civilian supervisor of more than "
f 1 sudacea.eeeordInr'ta'the-- of
,OTYLOANCMtlmaed Wyoming 'The ,&120000.900. year.fishing Mr.,Fow 600 engineers connected with land there were, 400 acre planted by
of exceeds construction work for the 'DI" tenants of South Dodd Pans
busioeas Florida
that (It' CaUtarrila. hut ,ii,, oein'tharelts <"It"w ukLt erve .* r. dam, tekeep'the" department Curing several yean In the area south of the dam which
( 'tram Page One)' 'rightful place hi the,...Imbl" 1aD.cIa" water trow the higher prior to the outbreak of the war would be laundatedby the flow,

Wleb*.fM>.the "Wl.Ari'opened, 'abudly. : lie told: : from flowing Into the.Jow deslgned-machmery.. A M-toa of watec released' It the daM were
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I i Iii, W fceieyed "Apardfng'of the l '"tf. Florid*-gtlnarttai 'ipWt Of eentttueted section, 'he -said. "It could beibr.pf1 I crane wblcft.be dItIlpecl'Il'U ..operand.r .L

.coa tract'probably': 111W.. 6m> individual booeto that U prevaWMl b'drillltg'diepttolleaC tot 'o.OIIQ1wu placed at the

,plated by next)ft\dJ, In California* it...wIQ, Attract concrete:is Into die"gro them.Ind'and'Th*"'eencntewot towing :entrance .of.the Kfe{ Canal r Reservations

,.The. stxe.01..lbs., sond" ia greater pumbenat-'teurtste.Wbjh **eeat Vtrevkef dee?h> the Song,strenuous.bout* oq dull
not,Veen jtetermined.Juti 4L-wU .Aim wUllire-all A>pp$ot bustMf ground and- thus water would be told jn,the health of Mr Fax and Kow For.
bee et '1Uf1alellLoa.ll4.t to geswratenot Is..a.nucb laapeeai."ihe'selde, .- prueettedfrom*flowing Into the be-wae fovasd. submit: to _p1- :

VMS than 720. banepBwetPMrIvey 'TberkUd maid he JIM glades) vntO the higher sections teUutlon for several yean after
; .said. It wilt supplement two bean-artwnd the world seven time would neve taffclent quantity the war. He came to Florida lami Jr. WOMAN'SCLUB
engines 'now'.M ..rwke-acb. of and :visited JRurope ft tlnseaand intending to spend the ,winter '
Which .generate COO h nepower. has given social and econornic fopc, taste'He'polo'Vouf'-that It his plan but he became a permanent CABARET
They carry a load of 124 kilowatt dltlorr extensivestudy, but he : put Into force ft probably resident when be found thai the

The.new building will be eonitructed found .M place that Offered, SAT. NOV. 25'ltardeeHaydn
would
'of concrete blocks and great a number of opportunities as get 6nlj>ialt water backedup .
1 tront1O ocean during the dryseason
will be 60 feet long and 41 feet ,does Florida ,
wide. |t will be attached to the The war if protracted will have, .
Parking leaseIET"
south a definite beneficial effect on Mr. rpk Mid he conceived the
part of the present plant. I
Florida business, especially agriculture Idea of water control for this sec-
Since 1925 the demandon
power conflict-has
he said The
the plant has been increasing spurred demand for local products,
gradually, Mr. Ivey said He cited but with several year of war
these figures of recent date: In
inconceivable
there should be an almost
October, 1933 the kilowatt load
demand for the products
Wall 380, while so tar this month
ot Dado be said
the load is 820: ; in October 1938, 1 1k

hills to consumers sent out totaled '

$4.636 03, while bills sent out this PAYROLL I
month totaled $5.288.83; last year -

increased demand for power necessitated -

starting the reset engine (Continued from Page One ,

,J4ov 5, while this year the relief of own raised In thin section, 19 I

engine was started Oct 2. being kept In three huge stlos.I,

During 025 at the height of The ranch Avill grow 300 to

the boom, consumers received acres of corn yearly tor silage :

bills totaling (3719581, while purpose ,
bills for 1938 totaled $67,393.18BICYCLES Under the Peter plan, the cattle
are brought into this area in I

the fall, fattened on silage until
spring' and then sent to the market -

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person to ndn a bicycle on the 4i
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hghwayn or street of Homestcnd r (ht.

from onp-half hour niter sunset ,
Cafe
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tietp: lh-1J:7> :;;:; : 5:M it, front:; I
doom north of nit's hall
rf 1 b,? >flp n wh' akin' \ l'lblf'f 1 + ) rjr
riot KM titan I Jl"1 i cd 11\ t ..' rl.- I 110MESTE\I FLORID A y. j

BBVuan in whteh.! < bit rr 'o 11 mwing >. ; I / Cjf k. : 'T3
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without, red rLs1L-eto "'i \o'\\ bj w/1',1,K lunch :....... ..... $(0 1/ muste&t .k4tllui
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are, 'twlyen, flu the aue:, tftidgv Ileth. tteffeatd1, .Mua Jay es sal L. Les +.. "i+,? r ScVm, \,,6J*
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; Totally new arid different frn lou know Chevrolet li the only Only Chtvrol.lCl'.i <
a*.. Mk, t qv new inside. nun low-priced oar with the EUiM butude-that's the style story; Vacuum.Power S'IJft-wltJ( a vealty at melt taw
b of fMa bit, streamlined reality ".,,,.-.11..4 Fnglnt-with coil. Lew P led
trailer of die low-prIce FIRM"The Ride Royal." But you can't Low Operating ewe
Chevrolet for link ft has a new know what these feature mean Ce.i Low Up u,.
COMICS. front end," of &:oulae-t be In term of mat hlMl results keep
swankiest In the Held for 40until you actually drive and ride. MI ru n. HI,hAll en TYeo' r..rlna
1 also new side and rear deslpn: It's In the car Try Chevrolet for 40, aa.d err nWI ,nrr, .for. !,.:.I r .1
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new all the way throll.h-th. tINt It thoroughly, and then you and raw oc.awrr.rare(if anii td: ';': ":
oM b will know that Chevrolet ,
bl&lett proudest -n m utyleader Ie aMnp wirhews I" H. f
I a low price ever bought FIRST Aftcia! c-U'v Ma.r" 3' n... Au.
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au Aatats ___ arr.aaioaas ,
txhirm AOur curse.
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l al... >A. Ml, .. It* 0.4 *nra Mm..rr ADAGAIVA 4 ..:: = /Y. r :: s.meust I
Fauna her to art Ri. a.lw.t..erW..d _. IS. Ills, jit'A
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Styes 6.v u. 194L w --. "
ft _."'_T eATCi
War comer NMe.rs. IO-; t
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49 soft Cre OLM Mil
-"Dr, & & Shields to hard at .II y

Safety l. CommonSense 1 I work preparing five acres for early .
tomatoes." Florida City), .
I -The high school boy 4
The public mud co-operate ..I II again trimmed oa Thursday IO-:: "

farina .aslrty to ear cttttdra- tune of 4totbyaSara gatheredup
wary Wendell c. Beaton, dod *- around Sewn All the runs .:
AJM the Florida Safety; Ceuoat were road before the lit i inning,

At St Au utine.! Hour persona after which both pitcher tgbten-; :".
were Coed far running, a school jed up and. kept the men off bat*. .,<
ban while unloading children. This On pitcher was' knocked out of- !
to a rtelatten to an state the box by the. town teem ner.

At Miami to test of th* Orange{ hoe-up were e*..follow*:. Town:''r_:
Clad School woman torn /MSL/ir.VL'ITS. tem Alrin, Campbell p Herbert', .

through a red light and injured f 'A7 r2 COtQNTOP Lamb, r.; John Henry. 1st b; Fred. . two school etI drn. I and t yeanaid. '' Fuch. td b;.,Altaian Morgan 2Ii '
fespaeUvety, IIINI when arrested SP//TUU/S73 THE b; Chaa. Sheffield as; Glen Lilt;
told the officer ft was a IS 4 LD SS LOCATED I rf Clyd Cameron d;Emory: Hail t'i,'i ,
0( "'Iaalhk..." | /N lit School team-frasa Cave andj '.
At Pompano, ae 11 year old FLORDA1SpUTNEA Fred Shutt, p; Luther Wofford, c; : '
: bay WM sertoosiy Injured by ,..-| 'Harold Crave. lot b; Harry Cold-', .:
I man 2d b; Aldus Matthew id b ,
: nag into a truck oa hi* bkycte. ; i
\ III Tampa, four bxrcto rider kvduding vChildren Henry Brooker ss; Frank Shef-f
two brothers. 12 and 7 field rt; Thomas Tbeus, cf'; Bunny J:
Becker: It. yean old were seriously tojund;
i evidently the 7-year-old brother STotmwo A. 7JBMBZIB _".. T Liver notw of Miami has;
waendteg on the elder boyVbicycie. fr r i l bought the L. F. FBpse place, one 'j
I C tC ( of the finest in this locality and

During Septeaabsr there were r MADE A j I win make a number of Improve-1;
Att utrv "
menu I
IM aeettreto Involving bicycle :'T' MOST 1NlSUALtIN
; rider mertty rf Idren three 1 1j i--erred GUfof b mining a broken?
CA 7VWAM "
1 j deaths were fll' (.. "..d cm Mercies.md r tltumb." ifOct. '
Dear of :>:" .t NabL / --"'.l Sunday morning i I. the
The tofkmt are FkIor\.o Safety -- ---- ,tIMe set by the daylight saving la,,"'

Chash'si rirlnlr bkyrks Comparatively few Floridians knew that board and croqqtt f/rMmds. The lectures far setting Uw clock bark one'

...fr> rixM In their midst to located UM LARG.KST on spiritualism as a science, are always I.hour for the winter period I
Obey grra .f'.. nuU'tani! WINTER GATHERING of SPIRITUALISTS weD attended and attract many people from -"M. S Studstill opened his new;
e.riparian rtfcj" .,,all. and traffic) IV THE WORLD. For 41 years all parts of the state. 1 more and shop en Monday and re.'..

I I lights. i i they haw been coming to Caudaci FlorIda One of the strangest catches In hlsto/y ports business" in a flourishing conjoWoo .

Give to hold top or signs tug) wIleD yeawant i from all over th* earth for th* annual was enacted by A. D. Turner of Columbus 'f-.Rev. H.H. Sturgis got back from
assembly meeting which extends from Ca., in 1933. while fishing Lake Dexteron i
Always hare a warningCM signal the West Coast after an absenceof :
January through March. Here on Sundays. the St. Johns River. A nine pound baas
three
your bicycle. over month He ks look. ,
+1 Com ride too fast Tuesdays and ThondarE outstanding struck big live-bait which worked its wsy j,big and feeling -& ."
i Dootbook on" to automobiles mediums five public demonstrations ofamp through its fills stringing the bass on the L. Claaa moved to his re-' .

I to be pulled along. I clairvoyant. Independent- writing line A seven-pounder made another terrfie \\--3.[ purchased home (formerly ,
Kid with both bands oa the i and other phases of psychic phenomejna.I strike on the now free minnow and became the Norton place< ) oa Wednesday.'
tend bars I Ckssadaca is quite ac Interesting con securely hooked. To Mr. Turner's amassment I|afr and Mr Glass were in Miami .

Dolt tM ether paaatngeri onjrour B ntty. It has a smart hotel modem cot- ,, he found he had two great bass ,on Monday closing the ....L" "
bicycle. tares beautiful auditorium, library worn running in all directions on the line, but he "Chariey Fuch ha two applicant .
) Have headlight and tau-Bght ..'. dub and many diversified amusements landed them both after a hard struggle *, for the unoccupied half of :a
orn&d rtMrnrIII your tedodinc concerts," dada paTiboo sham- his new building'-Taylor Brothers -
bicycle at eight who want to move their eraeery -
Doot coast especially to trad i store Into till new building.and .
Don't apply; your brake suddenly nY caa Banker Association declaredat Fred tank, who wants It for
or too hard CURRENT its recent national convention: in Court 'a billiard rum and barber shop.-
Give the of "No banker wants war or any -Paul
pedestrian* right Camp and Eugen* BoerIng -
way COMMENTfy part of It. War waver doe anyone By Jadr* Halcoh HaUIaU went to Pigeon Key Saturday

Sound year warning afgaal any good.Leonard P. Ayres, for a weekt fishing trip. They
when approaching if!***!ttf jNni*. ACXXW WKLSK. BUaaat national economist clinched this FACE TUX: tNSCKANCE are visiting Robert Kyle "
Bid.. only. on street fat which I... .... .... .... .&&& &.. ....&&&.... I statement with th* following MAN -The two nw bathroom bi the
A father
word of his own: "In the unfounded Jealousy;
long
trait) to run. Homestead
light. hotel
are now ready to
Sometimes thoM affected and and "
Keep to tile right and close to I the list doe not Include ordinary tile results win b* adverse to us, the.1tIa"re breaking of responsiblefor his .:receive the plumbing and fixture
for great wan ar* calamities up family "
to th* curb or aide of rand. rI"Given
newspaper people -think our Income which impoverish not tb I and the adoption of La: children
only *
Always wear bib'co lored J Victor left Moberly Matv.o
text are a "ketl mite by strangers.
dotbaa when rim night. 1 participants but aU nations of the I .
a at | week ago Tuesday hit sixI '
Web". but Pathfinder magazine _Id." He said this was till sentiment Shortly before this man died In1: .
show by th following table thatEngland's an automobile accident, he I cylinder Buick. having with him
of the 13,000 was
Driving Is a Privilege ,{ are now much blither I the association, which members represented of.asked to secure an Insurance pol-I'reached T. A. Caplinger and V. L. Fox, and '

Three fourth of all auto aeridrnto under its pay-as-you-fa war expenditurer M pet cent of tile American bank- j ley Ru reply\ was "No air ;you without Homestead oa Wednesday' ,
i trouble of
Ire caused by tile driver |i ft'I. donf catch ere taking out any Insurance .( any kind except -
This statement by Wendell c. Income tart Brit U. S. e e a If I would do tat my|'stormy that due to bad roads and
Heaton. chairman of the Florida!$).000 per yr $ 2t None Gen Hugh Johnson made abuU wife would turn right around and weather Mr. CapUnger*
l learned for the first time that hiscousin. j jj
Safety Council potato clearly\ toth I I 1T 240 None 'a eye when be said if Hitler's'many some young fellow who
conclusion that safety workshould 'I 40SO 171 44 peace proposal had been mad by would take her for the money ij j I here ... E..' S. Caplinger was living ;
bum with the driver: to,'I 'OM MM II* any other ruler cave Hitler there left Believe me no other man is I-"Mrs.
mate certain tile driver know I 1000 UM 248 would be no question at an about going to profit by my death and"I for New U L. Bow len last week'f
.d the traffic Jaw and: can haodl' 11.000 4.034 *02 but bung what the stick his feet under my table York on business""Mrs.
his. machine effldently I' The foregoing schedule applies t italpl .-..cad him/the most when Fro gone." Lydia Caplinger b in Iowa.]
1 The arrows' Ikenn law raises the I only to childless couples, a deduction unconscionable liar m the human I t trace Such reasoning actually force on a brief." visit' to her anti E. S.Capllnpr. .*

standard of driver performance being mad where there are I ," why that's something else II i a mother left without fund --"A Graty tea and Hallowe'en *
ft* effect k not only to take a few linor children. again through the death of her husband ;"
driver off the road but to make'} e aI e a to marry another man who will t:party' win be given by the ladies'lot
t t the Eastern Star at T Oc* si
ft stunt larger number of driven I t There hat been a lot of loose, Mark Twain hr credited with I support both her and her children.On saber p. m. 'tUnch
31st
in the town ban .
fit to toy on the road The mull' of this Improved driving may b*i iito I mOuenc to have tile U. & In1 only some aft hand- that widows with an adequate m- 'from hit got
j i northern _
this II.I .
stun In tile reduction of vehicle:! than other There are in come seldom remarry Women l trip |
valvedV feeling well and glad to be borne
death In state where Uw stand ,,i S. TJ.W4shops trying who had to tolerate uncongenial !I ,
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led driven' Ikena few has been ,1 as being In tourh. nd sympathywith to Improve tile looks of an seekers husband for 20 or M yean often,on again.the return They were tr\ ." fourteen days '

U fore over a period of rear I), "bi( busmna and her is"after beauty and the women detest men and cannot again be '-Harry Cooper1 father and!
The present drl ....' license Uwnaaied I what I the president' of Ute -'- spend 200 million dollar a year persuaded to give up their freedom I mother have ':
arrived and are Jocaa.d -
atl.t sloe In that more or lesq fruitless effort .
I I'I In the little cottage which
VnUUture. la Intended to make( Wheel .. .
vehicle la a satisfactory manner granny was a aloewould they had built here" i'
all driver more cartful and the for a period of not lea than a have been branded a* a ECXMXO AWAY TO' AYO1DA I--The Cohemour family moved..'..; !
fact that you take an oath that you ''IM'III the affirmative. This '-ketl faitIf she even dabbed n"N1SlUfUT Into the Sep house this week. The*";"
are able to read bIbwaJ'11II mean that you do know th* a little rouge on her cheeks; now 'I nine-year-old boy was brought : (Continued on Page nweio'' Ir
and that you have a central knowledge 'proper' way tat handling a vehicle tremendous cum are squanderedas Into court for running away from \

of the florid traffic laws and use common erne la dririnc. : home. He had been token off a 'the child: and meted ont pun-t r,
and refutation without an *samtnation ; U an drivers, knowing that It, Permanent (T) wave _$7X000000 boa car SO miles distant AccordIng -li]athwart entirely out of proportion
a* to your driving ability.' Is Miffldetit: proof that th* I'ftIpOfto1I"bdity :an Inherent right will co-operate Haircut ._-_ -.- 21000.000 fled tram home on two previous j'po Urn did he take Into eontId- ;
of driving and operating I!wilt law officials and really: .value'I Facial ___ _.__ SOJXM400 occasion The cause of his flight' ,elation the cause or motive foes
foul vehicle dependa entirely upon''this prrvOrf to drive tab law(Hair dyeing .--- 17.000400 in an Instances, it was soon revealed ,such .misdemeanors nor did b*
** i win reduce' accidents and fatalitiesS3 Cosmetic -- -- 1X000.000'Scalp was that the child feared i give credence, to possible accident -
eb-4100 and tacty-nlnel(. to SO per cent, as has been done 1 treatment 4.000,000 parental punishment for Slight I or to other mitigating sireamnsancee.
on bundndth* per cent of th* ap-1 jm Kate that bar had a driven ''Shampoo XOOS.OOO ndademeaon. II I The boy had lost
I' pliaalllUWftIoII the last qunt....license( for many years said Seatieo. -{ Old Jimmy Tootleberry must The father believed hi the oldll 1 his school bookar fearing drasticpunishment
31 n you operated a stoke_ J I l (Cm )mad em Page J'IW) i[adage '-span the rod and spoil he left bom*.

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CURRENT I. ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS II .1

.. "COAI.l\IE-N ..- The ChurchesBAPTIST I
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-- uri oiii's: NOTE This laiemtoeofkl .u.a aerrlce .. ....... IsSeawall

(Continued >Rom Page Four) I* ITM by Special arm with TMteker Callers. .

have been'1rr uCny .C4.I fJlItmJuJim..lftkQt1ISTtOK City. cnuacR.JtTBAa .. .. used esesinii ......a session

when I quoted that figure to : In what sub)" conducted very carefully. It wa .0. *-.P 9 B. J*MWM Hitoto ". .. ..
him, M he rev lend. "Well, Cap, are moving picture molt usually revealed ,that the simple vision *. Sarar whose N 1146 a. i i i>i rau METHODIST
them 200 million would sure buy educational tot often used found tow M II a. .> 4 I IM *.m.. a. r. F U. ...
employed a* in acuity only M t J. *.. M, rmr r Mrvtiv W<4I -. n.o..a crtr a powerful let of parvlsion for medium a email percentage) of refractive, ,... .. B>, sweel. so eu.d.c ..heat, t_f. m, ,
hungry mouths, an' all spent M REPLY: Social studies and the error. I ...- NI''at 14N P.as .4+ IA
bait to catch tome durned fool ootoa-Tw too. peak if.M..aN _
natural adence For teaching Another survey conducted by Me. .wdy .heat as ie posniaseson.4.ad1Np.M.tR1.P.V.se
man or to- plane their own van history, geography, and civic,. the the National Educational: Association MZTHOD8TRossoriAs.ne
ity. Th Mia hath spoken.e power of the motion picture to and the American Medical: sue..-*.f...m.-. rn.OT MNM M lltt..,. v. R.". A Alit awrdi%
e e present place, person and situations Association In connection with the psnr' Seed., ..hell at es e. M.
_.hso. ac II a. a ad 61N w a.J.N.e .
There was a time when those ha been found exceptionally National Committee for the Prevention -' CATHOLIC loser at r 1s. w at.1IIt '-
Waking assignments sometimes valuable A* valuable have been of Blindness showed In N 6N a4. : 5.... lava,N else .. ..
CSKTBCII or rat tAc_ .1.U1'- Fear.. Mewls N w m. w.r..dy,
named preferred creditor, butfrom. the numerous film on science In 1B2S that 11% of the five million a. L s..d .-- a"w..ad I w _
what one read la the pa. depicting natural phenomenawhich elementary school children examined T. J. OMWy. PMM H XUMMr IMM1 M shins rtLM-Tw .... I. E. warier,
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sundae Waves aced r11s
pen there are also preferred criminal otherwise could not be la ITS cities of over 10.000 :: L:1. MlOTlW it:'::k -, a' .... ,. w* Ned. MMadtiftb p
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*. studied to advantage In the claaa-, population had defective vision.. .w =N11aaa"I.Na.n.PSIYCRTON'The .
....., ., ..s&a s for a.. asd ...... No.w.
room QUESTION: How large I* the ...... ., ..4th. Ndy Iwo TIo_ P... t. 11. w.iWitlbh
The Indian who used cbatchee" QUESTION, Approximately, vocabularyi a child Just enterIng car MI_ flint rrMw W Bontk M tiM pa4.I .rwakMe a ..1 -r
M a final to a name to Indicate what proportion (If student in elementary school =6 >J M, linrt she .rriy r.at..tiMt._ ... after as. ..heel II I"PLOt'D"

"river" mut hive brought It and, aeooodary schools Rm.Ys Studiee.In children CITY rntrll"1TY cull.'"
'fM O. a II- _. cA.whs,1r
down from their Cherokee ancestors have detective vision vocabularies conducted at the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: CHURCH N I' .. "I p.weMM N 1 the p. ..
of the Great Smoklei of REPLY: In a study..mad* in University of Iowa indicate that a ownis and 54w sally -
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the Carolintt where a stream 11211 by the U. a Public Health the average vocabulary used by 'LOa.." CITT.-Br .dw t> .W Sixth day -
.- Swedes HkMl ,, .. .. tot
bean the name, Cataloochee. Service of IfM school children a child six yean old 1* S.SOO word perts ..- II pea's M of .!.".1 cassettes agowNe oo..tINITY.. csum-a-
e e e .waits at 1\ .4.k. w......... ewsMe, The See. Q. C.Meta. Peak ca..e.heal
In Waahlnglou, D. C., it was found QUESTION: How many states .
N let p.arhi..e
M II Ep..rlaLwsas

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Met ups Pother day with old Cy that 31% of the entire group needed have teacher tenure laws? Wed ....rtiiBM ...4 remarks Wl CAM*. at Midas privow a"40
Slltterbug when he wa good and glasses for constant use and REPLY Seventeen tttes ties ...._ S .. m Tk public. k e.n wasp Tk ra4nf M f It*.
I 1aIIr invited to ........
mad, and Oils la what he relieved that another 10% needed them and the District of Columbia have PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

himself of There' more dumed for! close work. 83% of the group lat present some tort of teacher Oct. 21-Lee80n termon-topic: .OMtSTEAD-: : [_ access .< M lei
crook In the law than an honest was found to be far sighted, 5.5% 'tenure law. In four of the tales."Everlaitlng Punishment" M.". Tk .... o... .. KM. MM.

men can keep up with, They i to be nearsighted and 28% with Louisiana, New Jersey, Pennsylvania .*.IU*.:wknl peas M_It...'.. owu M.: tMMkkw..M TiM M>s o.MIINC Itm. .
convicted that moron for slaying astigmatism of some sort, making and Wisconsin, the law Is i I CHURCH Or C2KSS1

that would-be how girl from Miami up a total of ever 98% who had state-wide in application The I Fifth RO.UTIAItII..5..L Ibis surd, u le .. a I .-r5.W. 11..TOM_- .Kkcel TW ._M .A,..t r.-Coves.M"M '
an' now the ornery cut ha error of refraction of one tort or rest have law applicable to cities ...... ba.w I. and ._Ioi.. .. I.,,", .. m. SPA WIN ... M. Omtor
filed a> petition In bankruptcy 'n' another. This examination was above a certain population. .i :-:=. IItr seals wee =..pr4 wadewdar l.'. .-ens wi.he

the court een't hear the petitiontill I I. CHURCH OF COD ,. ..
next January, and all *o he can
Thursday from Salina Kins.
on .OMRBTZAD-Sae N. W own .n._| EPISCOPAL
have the state foot the bill for the .. __. ...
YEARS AGO Ik* IU OM. 4. CfUu *un<
expense cf hi. appeal and give 20 to spend the winter with her parents school at .i.. L M. j pMrklmr ., 11 .. 1 r. 'OMN'IPM. -." R. Seemed a..ar CM
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. H bllOn." sad t.6 ll.mlwy. f. .lt!.lill him a three month' respite. He .ruse :. 1 In ... .e1e., Pear.w sees.ty .i .W.rd. Hob e4mm.si.e N
ha already pled guilty. It ought (Continued From Page Four) "Mrs. Leonard Chapman underwent f. m. wed..eep.CHURCH t iM .. M.BMMtay wkwl M *itt 1u. Kirn
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not to take more than IS minute daughter will teach In the Florida an operation at the homestead Or THE NAZARENE fins > M
to decide either caie. Don't that Oct 29 Sermon Kibcf)
City Behoof Florida City). hospital on Thursday, Drs. BOktBDTtA*-Th, tun. W. I FiHur.MX' ,
Jar ye? It do, Cy. .. "Chriitlanlty; Scrapped or
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"A. D. Clinton will lOOn start Martin of Miami, Tower and Smith
e e e orwehls II >. M. and WIN m.l Spread."
The following table of location ai work. on repairing the building performing the work." I N, I. F. I..d ... ar.tiw : (iSt
formerly owned by Joe Rusted, to
to latitude and longitude of local
Point may be of Interest; It I* make It over Into a dwelling.,"
not carried out to econdbut only (Florida City.)

'to degrees and minute OCT. It, III'

Point Lat. Lon,., .The Young; Peoples Class of
Cape Florida 23-40 80-08 the M. E. Church met Friday evening
Towey Rock 2S-S5 80-08 at the home of Miss Lois Ir

Key Largo___'29-14 80-111 Moeer.' .re
Caryafort Reef .. 25-13 80-13
"Charley Fucha It In Jacluoavllle'thil
Indian Key ..__. 24-53 80-41 week on business. (Tl I)"
Knlght'l Key ._ 24-42 8J-07 -"FrlU ruche attempted to root
Sombrero Light ._ 24-38 81-07 up t stump the other day, when
Bahla Honda he fell from hit motorcycle, and
(South side) ._ 24-40 81-16 has a black and blue badge on hit
American Shoal... 24-31 81-31 leg to prove that he tried.
Sand Key ...__..... 24-27: 81-53 _
"L R Matthew forwarded to
Key West ..........__ 24-34 81-48
headquarter Tuesday, an order
:Marquesas no ,._ 24-33 82-07 e
for a carload of the cove1'mentfoodstuff
Tortugas .. .._.. 24-38 82-53 e
now being told at cost
Cape Sable (East) 25-07 81-05
to the public""I.
The old arithmetical rule was:
60 seconds made a longitudinal .. R. Nixon ha moved Into hit

minute, 60 minute make degree new office in the new Armour fl Palace for
And 80 miles equal a degree; to Building and will bt able to invite
that Cape Florida t5-40) and prospective victim Into his office, .
Duhla .jonda, in the lime latitude, to use his wilpi on them, while saf
would be 60 mile apart But I explaining the qualities of fertilizer.
am told mariner reckon 58 S Everglades Nick dispense HIS MHJE.STY ;

miles at a degree In this region "Leonard S. M6wery and family ..
., e e have returned from Puliokee to

Hey, you piano tuner: you spend the winter ."
might a* well look for a new job, -"A. F Connett hat secured the I

'M the newly-Invented resonoscopeI agency for Dade, Broward and .
going to put you out of the Old Palm Beach counties for the J I. ,
one. Cue tractor and will open soon A "castle in the air" won'tdo freshingly cool during the

e e e an office and sale room In Miami, !
1 The'night club ict-up and mostof Wm. Erpenbach will have chargeof I .f' for* ills'Majesty, the season of hot ninahine.

the _alW amusements are the MUml headquarter ." ........ .

baaed on sham and hollow mock ..".."Mr. W. B. Myrlck returned baby. We'll help Dad build it for
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ery. The man without a tense'of home from the Homestead ho pltal I ;. ,

humor Is a poor tick but this demand this week' > I '.,f. T? p. I'.+ him as soon as ho says the A
for being muted I*.a growIng -"Ml Othelia Fuchs to teaching Ills Royal HigneM want
evil. The notorious (I came the sixth grade, starting this c.)' .: )00, .. .... word. On the new FIIA
near using the wrong word-famoua week."John." a REAL home to grow up '
) Sally Rand ha ,gone into Bohrer will move hlrf*m- Plan-which won't makeany

bankruptcy ha*. about $8,000 In fly Into the U. L & IX house opposite in. A room full of sunshine
aaaet and owe eight time that the town hall, this week." bigger hole in Dad'sFm
turn. At the tame time there (Florida City.)
died In the most abject poverty -"Mi** Frankle Hobson arrived and good, fresh air income than the rent For

yean a woman reigned of (0 a* who queen for of many Part examples of hundred of like case .=. A little Kingdom that Is detailed Information. call

music halls, compared to our old proving that it pay neither tide .
"varieties. These are but two Ia the long run. I cozy in winter and reor see I I ;

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. Page Six THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday, October 27. 1939 .

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i ; arrived on Sunday for the win II to the troop having 100 per cent
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, : ter.' > Homestead Girl ScoutsBy attendance, ; '
MELBA VAN WINKLE Betty Bailey was hostess and

3 In and AroundHomestead Mr. and Mrs. Gea O. Nye of .... '''"." _- served punch and cookies.Hjactalh : .
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Hartford Conn., we.&flta At the meeting Tuesday at the
Thursday at the home of Mrs./ Work ProtestedA
home of Mrs. Frank Skill, most hearing the
on question of
: Catherine Potter. of the girls brought notebook for water hyacinth In the St John
t credit on the achievement test river held at Sanford last week
Mr. and Mn. John Szady and The first requirement for tender- brought protest from commercial
\ children arrived Saturday from foot badge have been finished fishermen against the driving of
New York and have taken .n .
by 10 of the girl* piling at point that would inter
and Mrs. 3. A. Smith returned Mr. and MM X 3. apartment In the Clinton building
Dr. Fleming returned Cycling was studied by the fore with operation of boat, while
| Friday from a six-week last week from I summer senior Scout. Robert Grubb was cattlemen objected to the use of
j trip. They visited Mr*. Smith's pent in Maryland and MassaohUett Dominick Feverantl arrived at the meeting to explain how to chemical that might be fatal to
} liter, Mn. S. L Casper, In Kan- *. Friday from Boston to spend the repair t broken bicycle. livestock though all agreed that
e las City, Kan. and attended the farming season h..... Beginner learned the names hyacinth control should be CM.
/ convention of the American College Mr. and Mn. H. t Warren of I of shells and how to identify them. tinned.
of Surgeon In Philadelphia Winchester, Va, arrived this week. John Nails of Chicago,, I1L, was Some of the shells were the
n to which Dr. Smith wu recently to spend the winter hen.Mr a Saturday guest at the home of Cardlta, Slipper Llmplt, Tiger
J elected I fellow:. I Mr. and Mn. Will Myers. Mr.I Lucinla, Pennsylvania Luclnia, Make ReservationsNow
<< .,and Mr*. Ray Fleming haveas Nelt la a brother of Mrs. Ben Rose Cockle Yellow Cockle and
,, \ Mn. L. X. Pear cl k of Waycross. guests for a few week. Mill A. Blggers. the Eggshell Cockle. : For
1 Ca. will arrive this morning for Louise Gifford of St. Petersburg.Mr. Mrs. C J. Parman' conducted
}\ a visit with tier brother-in-law and Ed Hepner of Mount Jackson, clue In library work for the Intermediate .. Jr.'WOMAN'SCLUB
.. lifter, Mr. and Mr*. Preston Bird. .
and Mrs. Warner Colley of Va., arrived Saturday and 1* occupying *.
i Arkansas arrived last week
to the Simmons garage
The beginner will work on the CABARET
M'I'OIGrenneU and Banks spend the winter here.J. apartment.Mr. .
pioneer badge at Mn. Skill' Sat-
Byrum of Homestead, students at -
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urday. The K. K. M. K. will initi-
; the University of Florida, will attend Lennle Curry of Key West and Mrs r. H. McConnell ate the backsliders Saturday night SAT., NOV. Z5II&rdetIIarrIa
the Student Union spent last week In Homestead
, f, J Baptist of Orlando are guests at the homeof Dade county play day I* to be
at Lake City on Friday, Saturday with his brother-in-law and sister
, Dr. and Mn. G. O. Brewiter. Nov. 4, at Moore Park in Miami.
{ and Sunday. Mr. and Mn. Pierce.
Harry
s Our troop will learn two songs to Packing Hewe
".' sing then. A prize will be awarded
Mr. and Mn. Lott and family
Rufus Sullivan of Homesteadwill Mr. and Mn. Leon Revel and
\ be returned to his home today family left Saturday for a visit of Homestead moved into the
; from the University hospital' In Fort Meade. Henry Willis cottage jon AvenueB .

1 Coral Gables, when he was confined last week. UStlMCARDe"
several days by illness. 3. M.Baldwin returned to Goulds
t Monday from a summer) spent in Mn. R. J. Shepherd and Mr. ,
i. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Specter will Grand Forge N. D. and Mn. Joe Chapman of North R
.\ move to Homestead from Miami Haven, Conn., '/1'expected to
next week and take an apartmentin Mr. and Mn. D. 1. Bashor hadas leave October -28,. .enroute.-to "_ !! 7
j the new. Leaner building. a guest for a few day this week,! Florida City.
Gray Hick of Baltimore.Mr. : -
Mn. W. X. Walton has as her Mr. and Mrs Hobart Brockett "
house guest, Mrs. Martha L. and MM. 3. R. Byrum had will leave North 'Haven. Conn, :
i Murray who is visiting Mi*. Walton I as guests on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. October 28 and will visit Visit son I BARGA"INS
1! until her winter home la Coral Julius Abraham of ,Coral Gable, and daughter-in-law1.;Mr.and Mrs. .
I Gables la opened, John Brockett, in New Jersey for :
The American Legion Auxiliary several day before 'continuingtheir
Mr. and Mrs & M. Hindman will meet at the .home of Mrs, trip to Florida'City. !
{ tads &Uftt.Jut '"*end .Mr. Edw. ;J. Norman.JAVA 46xlockWednesday : ...*.. rHUUkb0Vf *%**li't> r"-. : .. .. .. '
.and MN Jred Fostered Kialealj !. evening. ,. .,." ., : Mr. and firs;ftoger.'Bnow* f .
'.......-. _.. \ '..n..........-..., viaftult""" 6 i93Ford+Deoro"-De* i uxe.:>r.Sedsn--Reds.;, .\

I Mrs. Adrian Jacobs left Friday ,HLOEIDA dry last ..week-end... -' I ..w.,4xtT.a.'m 8orier8'l erfect. wnditiott: .' '
. 'for a twonek'lilt fa Richmond, J -. ."'.,.. .j '. : :.;. '
i* lea. w. W. Severe Dr. W. L Verc6e.Ii expected to =: ,.
1934 :very pood condition i r.
} -'!. return to his-horoe hen this week I et.'SedIL. .
Mist Betty Bow and Mia Mabel Mr. rod Mrs. Rudolph Mattson from a vacation spent In Black priced

1 William will spend the week-end visited Mr. and Mn. Claude High Hills, S. D. 1935 Plymouth Sedan-very good condition;
visiting friend in Miami. I
J. and Mr. and Mrs. Haberlandt. in
priced to sell.
Miami over lat weekend.Al Mrs' Dorothy Ousley ll visitingat
v Mr. and Mrs. Plan Posey had as 1 the home of her son-in-law and
) guests for few days Mr. Potey'i Oxland of California and daughter, Mr. and Mn. Wallace I, 1937 Ford Sedan-good condition; new rings;
brother and slater-ln-law, Mr. and Delbert Bush of Marseilles, lit. Lee. new bearings.
Mrs. W. Poser of Btakely, Ca.
1 1937 Ford 2-Door 60 Sedan-nice, clean job.
.' Mrs. O. H. Bitch Mrs. J. W. BY ORDER OF EXECUTORS
\ Conner spent last week-end in 1933 Ford Coupe-has been thoroughly over..
} \ Eau: Gallle visiting their father, hauled.
<; j I J. R. Carter, who was IlL A Fine Avocado Grove .

t 1935 Ford Fordor Sedan-priced to sell
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Loaner have
rl! moved into their new apartment Must be Sold QuicklyCAN 1936 Willys 77 Sedan very clean; economical;
'I house at N. W. First avenue and
cheap transportation.
J Fourth street. Mr. and Mrs. P. L.

,' there Baker Saturday of Columbia, Tenn.. moved PROVE LARGE PROFIT 1935 Ford Pickup-very good condition.

LAST SEVERAL YEARS
f Mr. and Mr. Lionel Van Winkle,

.!. and their Mildred nice Melba Davis spent Van Winkle Sundayin CHAS. I. BROOKS Bird Chevrolet :
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i, and Fort Mrs.Lauderdale Ken Downing, visiting and other Mr. 2272 S. W. llth Terrace Miami ;

friends. Mr. and Mr* Van Winkle. '
who came here from Washington J. R. BROOKS Oldest Chevrolet Dealer.on Florida East Coast
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eni ?** .l" opeii and close the window of the hip game. "ThKTteam defeated 'won every fame. The next game
., HOMESTEAD IIIGIIUGII.rsI room in which the itudent council Mills, William and Rutland each In the aerie will be played oat
meet On this committee are: twice In their roundrobln SO P M. .
II1d'\f", .j -- tournament Tuesday Oct. II, at S;
.. Carl Alexander and Lester Archer i
Our'VommendsUon:
U' due Theme chapter I* sponsoring i
1 1I 1 The high school library hat some give 11 better opportunity for more The next meeting will be held (a them toe such 'good playing Halloween party for the eighth
.It>;Dew book which are on the rental extensive laboratory work and experiment next Monday at >;OS P. M. Aggressive captain of the team and ninth grade At. students on
I iris :. ,'.If. They have been paid for action Those present were: Mr Black. WM Steve Blondo",.while his efficient next Monday night A similar
+ekdal with P. T. A. money. They are: born, J. T. Godwin, Mary Frances teammate were: Flernoy party, for advanced student ha '"
: The Lime Colonel," by John- ELEMENTARY Arthur, Betty Brown, Fred Fuchi, Lott Fred Rhode, Lynn Irwln. been postponed \&atlllOmeUrne 1.. -
NEWS Jamie Richards, Lester Archer Howard Kirby
of ,Ion. i Tommy Harris and November
er- Tappan'i Burro" by Orey i Mr*. Tburman'i second grade Wave Alexander Horton, James Netbltt, Carl Bobby Dell1ngmararrs The next regular meeting of the
die "Touchdown" by Sherman has a new Vlctrola with which the Tommy Harris Ben With the aid of air 'Janitor, Mr chapter will be held on Wednesday
of .. The Golden Snare," by CurWood. pupil are very pleased. They; Bechdol. Harry Bishop and Harry Mcjlwsln, a five br nine foot ping Nov. 1.
"' : .. i have also\ added com new goldfish Martin f pong table wa*?cnad* this week
:gatm. "Th Clue of the Tapping Heel," to the aoquarlum and Norton A* it was made of the finest cypress
., by Carolyn Keen Wakefield has brought a pet rabbit BAND NOTES It will be of tons serviceto
"On Minute to Play," by Sherman. to school. the school. Also a new set of
- On Monday the band elected ping pong equipment has been
"War Wings," by Adam Mn. Edwards' room I* please the following officers: bought On the street adjoining ..
1; "Back to God1 Country," by to announce a new pupil to theirsecond President __Howard WM the gymnasium another shuffleboard k ,y e.a"ANNE"
,1\\.'" .Curwood."By grade We all miss Billy: VicePresidentCharles Stetfanl! court has been laid out and p w 'x'I
: '! the Light of the Study Smith, who i II [JJ. Secretary .--- ..Nina Bullard additional shuffleboard equipment Car
(i lamp," by Carolyn Keene. The band member have been has been purchased Already this
"Robin Hood" by Sterling. Mrs. Cooper's room has a bait learning to march this put week' game ha* attracted the Interest of I 'Mta
.:' "Mark Tldd" by Kelland. holiday Vila Friday They have anew They are being trained in marching -' the athletic department itudentHomestead
4'r "..lIb tm Big Three," by Sher arithmetic chart The chart by Mr.Jones. The band I*planning -
(Vi;: man' has column which are each to march In the Halloween f s
labeled for tome accomplishment parade, Oct. 13. ,"
F. F. A. News a
The girls physical education A* soon a* the pupil can reach The band has also mid a selection .I JACKS 'N LU'S
class had the Mini-final of the each goal a cross I 11 placed by his of type of uniforms.INTRAMURAL .
volley ball tournament last Friday name la that column. Homestead Chapter held ita regular LEADING HOTEL
The fifth period group with Ellen meeting oa Oct 18 at which /.Y s
.SchaUern as captain defeated the Mrs. Bird room won the P. T. CLUBACTIVITIES time the officers tor IMIMO were : :: :
fourth period group with Dorothy A. dollar this week. They have Installed by a team from the Red- S MM1R/s: _
Sullivan ,,csptainj; In an exciting ,added some new book to their I tor ELWIN COOPER land Chapter- After the Installs COMFORT .."==.eZdwwm
I t t.and hard-fought match. book shelf They are: tion, light refreshment were ... -

The real surprised the after- "The Wizard of Of On Friday afternoon the Bow served Homestead newly In- -,,m..dv-......--.a.......rant...
spoon came .whea Doris Kelly's "The Cruise Christopher, Co- sophomore team lost the secom tailed officers were guests of the ..... ,........-.""" ...
j seventh grade des.-defeated There lumbui" and final game for the ninth tenth, Redland Chapter on Tuesday, v
Callahan eighth grade team. I "Alice In Wonderland"The eleventh and twelfth grades to the Oct. 2t, at which lime they Installed r0ltasaaeltqCOCKTAIL
4 1 Tuesday afternoon. the tint and r-+- Senior B team, captained by Free the Redlartd officer LOUNGE eel
fifth period team* will play for Citizenship Club presented Chapman. The unorganized and: Homestead and Redland Chap- COFnISHOr
the high school championship the following program In Miss bewildered sophomore team Wa tom have played a series of touch
The winner will play the seventh, Bay'i-xoora Friday afternoon. decidedly beaten by the alert and! football time in the past three ...............9.s.A a hod---.I s..r .
grade 4em_fol the chooL.chanWptonshlp. Song ,t.-._.-.w m...J* Anderson efficient senior team by a score week To date, Homestead has .....
.in volley Uall "-, .< Story"_._._._"":,...Bobby Monroe of 62 to 14 Other member of the
Poem ;-..-......:.____Frank Murphy victorious senior were: Jimmy
'The 'Future T'irmerf i....spoiv.' Dance___;__.::.__.Billy Hutchinson SchaUem Henry Dodson, Carlton
.... ortnf s p rty,for *hf*HWI( and Story, "Little :Black Sambo".,.. Sweet, Howard West and Clinton
Ia l..de.-9 UU ft..."askrloul : ::: _: Virginia Hall Bishop. The up and coming
: ft ture-bey .stecfMentay'iligm.4Tbs. Soul"i Had a Little.Doggla". eighth grade team won two out 01
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t'I:f .priced wvh'MMer ... JAM! __.alart .Jo "Terburj three, game played betweesi the '
some by.r taut arenr well Sip *,;The.,Three Little. Plgs"v < eighth and ninth grade Thenwas I
un1riway.Sor*rto-re'HO*"* tot ..utA j _.fy. ".-_ ., ,-_ ReneHookerReading. considerable. action, by .b tb
>lent potatoes" have received their ..-.__Mr*. O W. Harris team a* theN were "grudge"
f1H"x seed,tad are.waiting for'dry"land, ,' fa\;This,>Mgf m, presented In' gamel.Behren.
'"... A shipment of .II* rose'bushes radio form,.,Bobby Harris wa announcer was found to be the undisputed -
!was received kit week bY.the "g*! ,I. 'I champion In the lower 0 SPAINT
irtcultur* department Many of bracket touch football ch.mplon.Turner's -
them have already been planted STUDENT COUNCIL I
I.iby the agriculture boy and ciH-
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The third consecutive meeting
Mr Huter'--biology class is of the student council wa held al M-HX AMBULANCE 8EBVICB
studying the plant and animal 1;09 P. M. Monday at the Homestead .
phyla\ and i* doing microscopicwork. high school Lady Attendant
They have collected excel- The topic of discussion was centered Phone B84-R Homestead Ft....
lent specimens from the plant and around the way the studentsrun
animal kingdom to the cafeteria The stronger
The chemistry clan will end or larger one are always first
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preparatory work this week and A motion wa made and passed
begin experiments. The classes that one grade go one day first and Shaves
have nor new equipment another grade go the next day first
in addition to the equipment they and so on. With This NewYOUwhlik
have been collecting which will A committee was formed to

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SPEAKER AT HOMESTEAD WOMAN'S CLUBMrs. The Calendar ROTARY CLUB LADIES',. NIGHT PROGRAM

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L J. McClftny, president 110ft; Mr*. W. W.; Hastings, Mrs. Oct 17-Hi-League halloween Ladle night at the Homestead Charles H. Steffanl, Mr. and
of the Dade County Federation of JGeo. W. Harris, Me#. J. D, Redd, party at home of Mn. B. M. Hind.. Rotary Club Wednesday night was Mr*. Julian H. Webster, .Mr.
Wom.,,', dub, and "' 1'1. A. t.\\t Mrs. L T Bennett of Miami; Mn. man at I e'dock. featured by harmonica playing on and Mrs. Ben Archer, Mr. and
Ryan I)( Denla, sectional vicePresident -,,Paul Reynolds Mr. J. A. Ricks. Oct were guest speakers tj(Mrs. Vane Harris, Mrs. Roy with Mrs. Keith Foulk. to the miniature' by W. W. Un. J. R. Brooks Mr. and Mr*.
the .-t'" meeting of the Haynes, Mn. Ira J. Haynes. Mr, Oct 37-Meeting' of R, A.', In Allen of Homeitead who was R X Blackford, Mr and Mr Roy
Homestead Womin'i Club Tuesday A. F. Arthur Mr*. J. D. Perkins,' Baptist Sunday school building at' dressed In the misfitting garb of Chandler, Mr. and Mn. W. M.
afternoon In the Woman' I Mrs. B. M. Hindman, Mn. M. F. 7J9!>> o'clock. an "Unpoverifhed Russian artUf rifleld. Mr. and Mn. O. M. Frick,
Club building. I White Mn. Ethel Davis, Mn. T. Oct Towniend Club meeting a* he wa described by Howard Mr. and Mn. P. J. Franklin, Mr.
Mm McCaffrey gave a talk on B. Leech, Mn. Annie R. Butler in Neva King Cooper School Johnson, program chairman. and Mr*. Wm. J. Oeronlmo, Mr.
the work: being toot by women la Mn. D. W. Shetzllne, Mrs. H. at S:30!>> o'clock. The speaker of the evening was and Mr*. B. M. HIndman, Mr. and
America. Mn. Ryan outlined the Ruegg Dr Irene Shanklln, Mrs. Oct 10.-Tom Thumb weddingIn Dr. Run Williams of Miami who Mn. Howard L. Johnson, Mr. and
sections meeting of District 11. L. L. Bow Mn. T. J. Faust, Mn. Neva King Cooper School at poke CIA "The Rotrfaace of Phar4macy. Mrs W. A. Xlssam. Mr. and Mr*.
which la to be held at Dar a on H. 1C Foulk. Mn. Elliott, Mn. I o'clock. ." Dr. Williams, south Florida Lee H. Lehman, Mr. and 1'41'1. C.
Nov. 14.Mn. Anderson, Mn Wolfe, Mrs. Ryan, Nov 1.-Meeting of Pioneer representative of a pharma. 1. Parman, Mr and Mrs Paul Reynolds -
A. M. Login, sponsor of I Mn. McCaffrey, Mrs Hodges. Guild with Mn. Thos. Brewer. eMlUcal research laboratory,' Mr. and Mn. W. C Rheney,
the Junior Woman's Club, Mn. ,Mr* Campbell Mr*. Wynn, Mn. Nov. 1,-Meeting ef W. M. t1.clrelet. sketched the progress of medicine Mr. and Mrs Frank B. Rue Mr.
Augustus Wynn, a member of the Logan, Mn. Collier, Mn. Robins down the ages. His talk was and Mr. Edward Stiling, Mr. and
; r Junior club, were aba honor son, Mrs. Crowson, Mn. Brooks, Nov. -Meeting of Legion Aux. scheduled in observance of national Mrs Ralph Wilson, Mr. and Mr.
guests. Mn. Johnaon and Mist WhItaker.!lllary at home of Mn. Edw. Nor. pharmacy week. Ceo. N. Wakefleld.I .
". Mr*. Joel J. Robinson gave a man. Ir.Noy. Wallace Journey of Atlanta.
S j talk on the State Federation of MISS ETHEL BAtEETT TOWED 1-Meeting of Presbyterian field representative of Rotary laternatlonal ;

Woman's Clubs, Mri. Carrie Crow HARRY BROWN JE. Auxiliary. was present at the
; win played several piano selections Nov. *.-Flnal play-oK of Unlvenlty meeting and met Informally with!
and Mn, T. I* Hodges *an(. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Barrett of Club bridge tournament at the club's board of directors after
Mn. B. E. Gatlin, program chairman Miami are announcing the engage. Woman's Club building.Nov. ward. Other guests were: Mn.
j ; five an address of wekome.I ment of their daughter, Martha -Meetaig of Ad Astra Journey, Mn. William, Col. and a<
( Twelve member wen admitted Ethel, to Harry M. Brown Jr. of chapter of O. I. 8. Mr*. Ralph Klngman of Silver t =1 0Tee =

: to the club. They wen: Mr*. Homestead. The marriage will Nov.South Dads Garden Palm, and Miss Charlotte Ger-
take place Jan. 14 In the Fist
I Mary Kelolcln, Mr*. R. R. Xlnard, Club meeting with Mn. Annie R. onimo.
z t Mn. M Pollard, Un. A. L. Hutchinson Christian Church In Miami. Butler. Uptarlaru and Rotary Anna
; Mn. Fielding Ruff, Mn. Mia Bsrrett, a native ofGeorgia Nov. '.Meeting of Homestead present were: President and Mr*.
5 1 R. J. Elliott, Mn. W. R. Anderson came to Miami with her B. P. W. C. at 8 p. m. In HoipltaltjT ,
Mix Claude Campbell Mn. parent 17 yean ago. She la a; HOUM LOCAL ALTAR SOCIETY

J. a Brook, Mn. Frank Webb graduate of Edison High school Nov. T_Meetlng of Redland PREFARES FOR. BAZAAR fJJ.Je /
and Is connected with a life
: )In. H. Collier and Mr*. P. Baker. In.IU-1 Neighborhood Circle with Mn.Ceo. The Altar Society of Sacred .
Corsages were presented to the ance company. Wright Heart Catholic Church held
Brown an 'tis Ibtrgd' uI row
a son of Mr. and
I honor guests and to the club pre.lI M.rH. M. Brown, ef Jtomejttad,1 Nov. 7..-Meeting of general W. all-day meeting In the recreation ... oar a has bon ..... aJAa
dent, Mr*. Harry D. Wolf M. S.Nov.. I had Wednesday for the of
was graduated from Homestead purpose ...... ......W em ,'sem
Thai Halloween theme was Ty-Work meeting'of Home sewing article for a bazaar to be
carried High school in 19J4. He came to Is .... and 1st .6w.* .
out In the) decoration stead Home Demonstration Club. given by the society Dec. 8. A eslheltoai '
IM& We.-..
Florida from Georgia with his
) Mn. Henry Johnaon and Mile par. Nov. ..General meeting cf W. covered dish lunch wu served at I .
i 1 Pearl Whitaker, hostesses, pre. ents. 17 yean ago but has livedin M. ..11Nov. noon. ThamlejM CrequigaelsWaves .
Homestead seven ,ean. For
aided at the punch bowl Cake -Meeting of HomesteadP. Those attending were Mn.
and candy were served also the past two years h*> ha* been T. A. executive committee at Charles Pope, Mr* George L. Lead *>__ Tbto ........cJlI.Ia'S' :-.
connected
with a life Insurance ,
Those present were: Mn, L P. in Homestead. 3 o'clock. 'Swan, Mrs. C S. Schmidt, Mrs. S. matm
t' McLean, Mn. Joseph T. Hall, Jr., company Nov. /-Meeting of University J. Lynch Mn. Edward Schultz BeAUTY
$ Mr. Ceo. Ranaon, Mr Paid Car Club at home of Mr*. L H. Mn. S. 'R. AUcln. Mrs. T, B.
UPLAND ROOM MOTHERSTO Becker In Florida City with Mrs Vea ey and Mn, W C. Robert PARLOR .
TOM THUMB WEDDING HATE RUMMAGE SALE Roger Snow as hoiteaa. I A benefit card party of the society It-It Macs Ar...i..AUcM .
TO BI PRESENTED MONDAYThe Six rummage sales will be held Nov. '.-Meeting of Homestead will! be given Nov 10 Instead of 0--raw -W",
by the room mothen of the Red Home Demonstration Club. Nov. I,
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"Tom Thumb" wedding and land school, It was decided at a Nov. '.-Benefit bridge parties
) t musical program sponsored by the meeting of the room mothen held sponsored by Homestead Woman'sClub
Cleanen Clan of the
Pint
Baptist Monday at the home of Mn. D. E. at I o'clock In club building, *
Church of Homestead, will be :. S6 **.0 ".II.. .".a o" < ..ac4rw
Bashor, room mother chairman. i Nov. tj Covered dish supperof .
given Monday night in the
Neva The sales will be held at the American Legion and Auxiliary.Nov. .
King Cooper School auditorium at McVicker store In Princeton and 10-Benefit card party of THE DIXIE DRUG
8 o'clock.On .
the J. W. Campbell store at Red- Altar Society.
the program will be: and for six consecutive Saturdays Nov. 13.-Meeting of Monday
Vocal __. JACK FOLKHomestead
HOWARD JOHNSON
aelectlonsMiia starting Nov. 11 The money will Music Club with Mn. Frank Haul-
Jamie Richards I ls. Phones 3* and
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i be used to buy book for the school man at 3:30 o'clock
Piano election Dale Faust ibrary.Mn. Nov. 14-Meeting of Homestead
Solo Mill Mildred Ferryman : Flora Vlhlen membership Woman's Club.

Reading __-Mini Wanda De Barry chairman discussed the recent Nov. 15,-Meeting of Homestead
School Day Betty Jean membership drive and urged all P. T. A. at I o'clock
Ferryman and Reba Nell Proctor
| rooms to complete their member- Nov. IS.-Moetlng of Gleaners
I Vocal election Mn. Chat Dcnbyl
.;hip. Class.
,i Harmonica aclaotlun.W.. W. Allen The hostess served sandwlchei Nov. 21.-Meeting Of W. M. S. .
"The Sweetest Story Ever Told," I cookie and circles 4.
punch.
a long __tMri, Dexter Horn Othen present were Mn. Tom Nov. 27-Meeting of Jennie Lob- .,
and. J. Q. CaldwellThe Torbert Mn. W. P. Cash. Mn. ,dell Circle with Mrl. Paul Rey
can M the wedding I* ai Lewi : nolds. ,
follows: Margaret Mn. Clyde Coss- 5
man, Mn Georgia Gopp Mri. P.
Bride Sylvia Barnes D. Reams, Mrs. G. M. Hodge, Mr*. Mr. and Mrs Virgil Lyon entertained -
FAMOUS REASONSFOR
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Groom _.-..JacUa PolkBride'
Arthur Davis
Mn. A. W. Me- at dinner Tuesday evening
mother __.__
Vicker Mn. Dean K. Thompson the Rev. and Mr W. J. Parker,
GIVING YOUR CHILDREN
Betty Scbauber.erBride' Mrs. A. U Campbell, Mr*. C. F.Hennlngton Mr*. A. Doyle and Miss Helen
father .. .
Buddy Home Mn. L. O. Roger and Parker.
Maid. of Honor 8ulMJTCod Liver Oil
.. J ._____ Camella Hope Witt Mrs. Howard Kirk. e..... .., .. , .. .. , .. .
Beat Man _____._.Billy AllenBridesmaids P.Med CW IW Oil 1t1e Oil that KM bee a s
MaL BEVO WEBB GIVES
_.Laurell Walker pert .( ... Dlwne OvktaaJen. did. ,..t'I. ......
area LUNCHEON: AND BUDGE!: Ml-
J Carol Louise Bard Allen Elaine Buaaey Mn. Bevo Webb entertained at .heeled k .,........M *...*..Hx .* IW rmr,

Ushers.Buddy Alfonso, a bridge luncheon at her home EXPERTBARBERING' .MW .**, .! red few .** Wes *. fa VW..U A

:. Billy Caves Carl Smith Bill, on Kings Highway Wednesday.Mrs. sad D fat stews lease .** tooth e.4.f rawU,( :* >*
T. J. Faust won high score:
Smith Mme I* odd., eta. Male this dga.4.ble eM PW .
Flower girl ___...Patricia Walton and Mn. W. :X. Rheney, second '
Ring bearer .. Dickie Huff Those present were: Mrs. H. P.McDaniel. ell part .. yew still a eM.T!.gQ IODUCT

The diver offering will be used Mn. J. R. Brooks, Mn HAIRCUT ...... 40c .
for the building fund of the church. Julian H. Webster Mrs. C. J. Par Mechanical Aid for Constipation FULL QUART
man, Mr Lee IL Lehman Mrs SHAMPOO.40c

MISS MART FIANCES ARTHUR Faust Mrs. Rheney and Mn fitter's American Petrofol *fc

HOLDS OPEN HOUSE I Webb. MASSAGE __ 40e

Mil Mary Frances Arthur beldopeD. for biKoWMti Aw 10 4 OK SIZE
ConiHpatton
MUll Saturday at the home Homestead's Oldest

I Arthur of her ,praenU on Avocado, Mr. and Drive.Mr*. A, F. Barber Shop BUSH'SBARBER U. D. Soon Phosphate GE 31* 39

Dancing; and various game

H were were served.enjoyed. Punch and cake D. L BOWEN 48 Sheets. 36 envelopes '

SHOP Cascade White Linen Stationery 49c49c

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NATUROLGAS den 739 yokeShaving
MAS4ACE: Ode

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,i Friday, October 27 19.13 THE LEADER.ENTBRP1SE
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I>...... wri .... n MRS. RrDOLrn MATTBON Mrs Sa wholes win make net of-
r + i : ENTERTAINS.PARTr \ \Ik'at vlaft here QIt''tIlo', C. Mr
H. R. Wright, Walter Thompson, Mm Bteoh Mt on toW 01 I Harry t>,' Wolfe was appointed
] T Social Events 1 JtonUM!! Phillips and A. R Chap- tamed with a beano party a>" 1 her general chairman. District; Deputeafat '
Ii.... home in Ftarlda.. City. latantay ,... Barbara HIlI'". of
( I Others present were: Mr. and afternoon. Colrat hbetlah lodge In Coconut
Mrs O. W Rabbit Mr. and Mrs, I Guests were: Mn Fred Barker. Grow, gave a short talk. Mn
I A. R. Livingston, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Lloyd Dells, Mn, Alma Cora Russell also of Coral Rebckab -
UNIVERSITY CLUB ANNOUNCES WINNERS Sam J. Davis Mr and Mn. W I Dttxsee, Mrs Roy Nelll Mrs Clyde lodge, gave a reading.It .
rM 1 WHO WILL PLAY IN BRIDGE FINALS B. Caves, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. O Neill, Mn. Chat, Clinton. Mn. was decided to send a box
I Turner, Mrs. W. R. Bird, Mn.Mary .I John Graves, Mrs.- Ernest Neill, on Thanksgiving to the Odd Fellows -
-- McCourtney, Mrs. Ma Sullivan Mn Roy Chandler,"Mri Lawrence home in Gainesville.
rid The winners of the University I Howard Lamb were high score Mn. Frances Fandrey Mn. Becker, Mrs. Burley Dmdy, Mrs, Others present were: Dr. Irene
.fr. 'Club bridge tournament who willparticipate prize winners of Group One at Mary Francis Swan, Mrs Minnie J. B. Cohernour and Mill Melba ShsnkUn, Mn. R. W. MulUns, Mr*.
:red::: in the final playoff on !I the home of Air. and Mrs. :E. B, Ooasraan, Mrs. Ethel Culm. Mrs. Sewn ..' Blanche Chapman, M.... E. S. Cape
Not I are: Mr. and Mrs Henry I Blackburn Wednesday night Edith!: C. Roberts, Mn. Myrl Shan- 'h. --10... linger, Mrs R. Q. Moon, Mrs. O.
re.or. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Howard Players were: Mr. and Mrs. nahan, Mn Lillian Marple, Mrs.Mary JENNIE LOBDELL CIRCLE C. Radford, Mrs Florence Pacettt,
Lamb, Mn. Scholtz Mr*. Adrian ]Frank Webb, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Connelly Mn. Carolyn STUDIES CHRISTIAN HOMES I Mrs H. B Seattle Mn Mollie
W.JE.fr. Jacobs' Mn A. T. Arthur, Mn.j] Nichols, Mr. and Mrs Lamb, Dr. Aiuley, Mrs. Bertha Mendelson "Christian Homes," the new lesson Wingate and Mrs, A. W. Jones.
: .
A.,A. Payne Mn. Claude Campbell and Mn. Hausman, Miss Katherine Mrs Vera H. McKenzl Mn. R. study book was studied at the
Mrs. C. J. Parman. Mn )Davis Misses Elinor and Emily W.:Mullioj, Mrs. J. P. Dye, Mrs meeting of the Jennie LobdeU Or- YOUNG PEOPLE CHURCH
IF.red. Julian H. Webster Mrs.E. J. Dyal, Payne and Mr. and Mrs.. Blackburn L L. Bow, Mn. Harold Sheffield. cle Monday night at the home of OaTEN HALLOWEEN PARTT
Miss tl 1ot, Payne R. H. Done, | '. .1 Mn.,Geo. W. Turner, Jr, Mn. E. Miss Helen Livingston. Those taking Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Irwin and
red. Dr, Frank' 'Hiuiman and B. M. Mini Helen Daniel and,Miss: U Lawrence, Mrs J. W. English part on the program were Mrs daughter, lla Jean entertained the
I'll.e. HIndman. Bow Mrs Frank Morris Mn Annie R. young people of the Pre ytariaa
Betty were high score win* Lloyd FIeld Mrs Bruce EndMrs. ,
I l r.Th* wlnntri were determined tier of Croup Four at'the home Butler Mrs. J, D. Redd, Mn. T. Leslie bitter and Mrs. B. M. church with a Halloween party at
y- ,after series of three games played of Mrs.: Lawrence Becker in Orianedes, Miss Hazel Sullivan, Hlndman. their home in Redland Wednee..

Ir.r1d'f.. I by five different group during Florid City on Thursday of last Miss Alice Macomber, Misses The purchase of curtains for the day vnJng
tilt ,part month. The final will week. Esther 'and Helen Livingston, I Halloveest game were played
take, place in tIM Homestead Walter Fendrey, It:. M. Wright beginner department which the under the direction of Donald
71116 Other players were: Mn. T. J.i Adln M. Clark I circle I* furnishing, war discussed. CIVIL
H.
Woman's Club building at B May Molr,
Blelr. Mrs. Rudolph Mattson, Miss The next meeting will be at the
o'clock next Thunday. There will Robert Farmer, Joe Roberts R. Those present were: Misses Leis
- aim b* individual tables of bridge. Eleanor Kolferty, Miss Mabel O. Moon and W; B. Caves. home of Mrs. Paul Reynolds on and Dorothy Behrens Miss Wanda
Hausman Williams and Miss Lois Behrens. NOT 17.Othen. Sickle, Was Avis Bitting. Mill
Mn. Frank a nd
Mrs. Julian H. Webster and 'MISS FRANCES KiuunvrsENGAGEMENT present were: Mrs. C T.Anderson Irene Jackson, Miss Jane Oaths
Ceo. M. Frlck were high score = Mrs J.J. Richards, Mrs. Miss Edna Forte, Miss Annette
, W. 1..BUD IS INTRODUCEDAT winners In the last of a .series of ANNOUNCED Paul Reynolds Mn. Dave Williams and Jeanette Campbell Miss Carol
COUNTY r. T. A. MEETINGAt bridge parties of Group Five of the The engagement of Miss Frances Mrs Dan Williams Mrs. A. Lee, Miss Lllll Ma Campbell.
the meeting of the Dade University Club bridge tournament Kellum of Miami to William Per- M. Logan Mrs. L. C. Dodd Mrs. Miss Betty Lou Harris Adolph
County Council of Parents and at the home of Mr. and Mrs rin Schaefer of Miami being announced Jason Avery, Mrs. Earl Pacetti Lopes, Jack Marshall Donald
Teachers in Citrus Grove School, B. M. Hindman, last Friday eve by her parents, Mr. and Jr., Mn. Allan Klssam. Miss Jennie Cross Miss Irwin and Mr. and
Wednesday When presidents of It* ning. Mn. James E. Kellum. The wed Lobdell and Miss Esther Living Mrs. Irwln.METHODIST.
SI associations were platform Others present were: Mr, and ding will take place on Nov. 4 In ston.
guests W. R. Bird of Homesteadwas Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefield. Mr. and the Holy Cross Episcopal church CHOIR ELECTS
Introduced first because he it Mrs. H. Collier, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Miss Joan Kellum will be her HOMESTEAD SENIOR LEAGUE OFFICER FOR TEAR
the only male P. T. A. presidentin Hausman, Mr. and Mi's. R. H. sister's. only attendant. INSTALLS OFFICERS The Homestead Methodist choir
the county. Done Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gray Miss Kellum b* remembered Miss Mildred Field was Installed elected officers for the year at the
Dr. Leonard B. Haskln vocational Mn. C. H. Steffanl, Mrs. J. E. In Homestead :.m. sister of Mrs 1 president to the Homestead Methodist tint rehearsal on Thursday of last
education chairman, spokeon Gauzens, Mn. Goo D. Ruehle, R E. Scott, a former resident ofHomestead ; Senior League Sunday night week. H. L. Brown was elected
vocational guidance and told I Mn. R. J. Elliott, Mrs. Russell Anderson with whom she visited. \1 I by the Rev J J Richards during manager; Miss Antoinette More,
of the council's fifty-volume sets I Mn. Frick Miss Ellen A native of Miami, she was graduated /the regular church services! Carlton secretary; David Williams, libr.ir-
of vocational guidance books I Huff, Miss Pearl WhIUker and from the Fort Myen high /( Sweet was Installed vice- Un; Mn. J. D. Bdd pJnnlst. Mu.i .
which are loaned to high schools I Mr. Webster. school and attended Southern president: Miss Edwina Close, secretary i i W. B. Mills, assistant pi.mlsi
and the 77 speakers he has ready I Business college In Miami Her I ; and Miss Jamie Richards,, Irving Lyon will direct the cliolr.
ft>r high schools that want them. :MATRONS AND PATRONS maternal grandfather the late treasurer. Rehearsals are held each Thursday -
Wm.. M. Parker and Ceo. Hick- HONORED BY AD ASTRA Arthur S. Joyner brought his family I evening at 8 o'clock in the
Homestead
man also made vocational guld- The worthy matrons and patronsof to Miami In 1902 and his sister REREKAIIS BEGIN PUNS TO Methodist Church.
sice talks. District 29 were honored at a was one of the first teachers In ENTERTAIN STATE PRESIDENTPlans The Dorcas 64 will meet ali
*MI'I. Walter Beckham announced 'meeting of Ad Astra chapter of Homestead.Mr. for the entertaining of the home of Mrs, Keith Foulk with
O. E. S. Friday night in the I. Mn. Ida Seasholes, state president i
the/ regional conference O. Schaefer, a son of Mr. and Mn. Julia Polk u hostess thin
for all P. T. A. member will beheld O. F. hall Mrs. W. J. Schaefer, came to were begun at the meetingof afternoon.
In Fort Lauderdale on Nov. I Miss Esther Livingston, chairman Miami In 1931 from Des Moines Liberty Rebekah lodge Monday I (Continued on Page Twelve
10. of the Masonic Home fund, Iowa. He attended school In Des night In the I. O. O. F. ball
was presented a gift by the worthy Moines and
was a student at Young
HTfeos
. attending from Homestead matrons of 1932.It Harris school H Dr. Leonard W. Hukia"GLASSES
Mn were: Mrs. A. T. Arthur, was announced that a telephone with a bank Georgia.In Miami.* Is connected G. 0. Brewster, M. D. ....IUaM Ma 100 .aAdAy,. .......4.....
Paul Halen B.: Vf. Blndman bridge party would be held .1
and Mr. Bird. at the home of Mn. X. J. Dyal on B. A/S REORGANIZE AT Eye: Ear New sad Threat
Monday.. All chapters in the-dls- FIRST MEETING OF TEAR Treatment Mi a.n..We.K. I!. tint Liesy..s.r It Cutmml, HtMl. .
Ur. AND MBS. W. I. PARKER trict are participating the party The Royal Ambassadors of the Glasses Fitted -
GIVEN FAREWELL' PAHTT and each winner is telephoned to First Baptist Church of Homestead
),Jr. and Mrs. Wm McMichaeland a central piece After each chap reorganized on Thursday of last Gus.tsee0aeiswarAppoinimI
Mr. and Mn. O. H. Hitch entertained ter has hid a party the winnerIs week at the Sunday school buildIng -
with a neighborhood announced. Mrs. Lloyd Delta is Mn. H. Collier Dr. J. E. 0111oo ad EMM A.. ..* Dr. R. Elliott
farewell party In honor of the Rev. the general chairman.W i Johnstone and Frank Mcllwaln are ..... saw .
and Mn. W. J. Parker end daughter R. Bird was initiated jnto the sponsors. All boys between the CHIROPRACTOR
Helen, at the McMichael home the order Mn. Delta sang during ages of I and 17 an Invited to NMI r ave
Wednesday evening. Mr. Parker the ceremony. I attend the meeting to be held tonight .... N.. .1. Home Bldg. Homestead
has resigned his position as pastor Refreshments of sandwiches and In the church at 7.30 o'clock. I
of the Narazen Church of punch were served. Mrs. W. B. I
Homestead. Caves was chairman of the refreshment
committee Be sun that year eyes are as
Various the garnet were played during The conductress Mrs. R. W. good as your brakes-have them DR. C. H. DENBY
evening. Mullins and associate tested at least
conductress, *ne* each year
Those present were: Mr. and Mn. J. W. English will honor
Mrs. T. E. Kirby, Mr. and Mrs the conductresses and associate DR. F. P. ARCHER Osteopathic PhysicianPhone
D. L Bowen, Mr. and Mn. Virgil conductresses of the district at the AND SON
Lyon, Mr. and Mn. H. M. Brown, next meeting, on November t.
Mr. and Mn. Alvin Simmons Mr. Past grand officers who were Consulting Optometrists
and Mrs. James Simmons, Mr. and Introduced were: Mrs. Nancye 112& W. Flatter St.. Miami, 39Homestead

Mri. D. K. Rltch Mr. and Mrs. Rlckard matron; Mrs. Mamie I,.. ..........-__ -. Fla.O'l
Chas. Barnes, Mn. A. Doyle Miss Strickland, Martha; Mrs. Ellen B. G'-' ......... .
Louise Barnes, Willard Barnes Peer, Adah; and Mn. Ruth Da.e.m d The A..rre. Is"J1a'j
Edward and Howard Kirby, Jack Speights, Esther. Me" for Op&le.. ( r Brown's Drug Store)
and William McMichael, the Rev. Worthy matrons present were:
and Mrs.: Parker, Miss Parker, Mrs Esther Poppell, Mn. lone
Mr. and Mn. Bitch and Mr. and Field, Mn. Mildred Thompson, N
Mrs. McMichael. Mrs. Marie Anderson Mn. Edith

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Phyllis Jensen; home Improvement day; alght each month. I
Ruth Cornell; food and nu- I After the business meeting SIX
Rattler
I i. The Redland trition, Lydia Borgardt; poultry installation of officers we
: and dairy, Louise Roblnaon; handicraft ] journed tor refreshment ON
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By rHTLU JENSEN and borne earn, Elouiae by I committee competed
--- Robinson; canning Jane Thomp- Donald Hawker, Don Lair, '
.1 t ENTHUSIASM FOR CARNIVAL Church. HI subject wa "Our ton; exhibit, Alice White; social, Bebren and Dead S kle.
Government. Kathleen Lloyd; long leader, Other Homestead member
t MOUNT They pulled a last one on the Phylli Jenwn. sides their Installation team
All age and grades are planning senior by having an "Aaklt The girls! decided to sell limeade visited ua were: D L. Series
outstanding! entertainment Baaklt" directed by Lewis Vrana. at the carnival. Song were Harry Bowen, David I* making
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for the Halloween Carnival to be The questions made by sung and the meeting adjournedwith .
were up Richard Bigger and Red bracket,
4 held tonight at Redland achool member of the Junior clan. the pledge. I
Beside those named above,
The twelfth grade students are 01
The program wa concludedwith Thoea prevent were: WanltaMlktU
1 having bingo table In the high following member and -.
group tinging We sang the Lydia Borgardt, Ruth
were present: Reid Wyaonf,
school! ,patio with Mill Davis assitting. n.tIon.llOn,* of other nat1Dnl.ITVDEN'1' Goshen, Alice White Jane Thompson Ream, Richard Ball, Jack that this
'" Alice Weekly, ElouJse RobIn shall Elmer Hampton, with the
:sponsoring COUNCIL -, Lydia Vlhten, Phyllla Jensen Onmwell. Willard Norman, : \ wheel-
Buddy! Llndgren was elected and the 1 leader, Miss Haul Hlbon Francis Prothero.
; neai, assisting. treasurer of the Student Council. man. Harford Adolph Lopes
f The eighth grade girl are tponaorlng Helen Pope 1* taking his place a* -. Byir. Bill Hampton, 'I completely
I game Of darts with Mia representative. Lee. Elton Anderson, OU I' ** tail
Helen Daniel In charge.Mr. REDI4NDP.FA. and Vernon Jacluon.
e7*, IUD
j Snyder I Ia conducting box- ELEMENTAJUT: NOTE LEWIS. VIANA, Repartee -34-LOW-PRICED reveals
0 0<< Big contests In the'gym., The Mrl Polk' fifth grade gave the .'"...".. Work Among Heathens ,
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tenth grade girls with Miss Suit' following program tor the' elementary ? Mr.
van and Mia VUuen' second assembly; : Bible reading, '. Tuesday: night atour .regular Topic ot .
: meeting our new officer were installed .
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trade have combined force to Ruth Engle: prayer, flag ulute, -
: have the carnival coronation of Kathrtlne Thompson and Betty by an Inatallatlon team Mba E. filth Stewart a 1 ..:'m 4thit
4 a king, queen and their court, StUlmaa; three play baaed 'on from Momeatead1 chapter, just,I' :missionary to. India and; |>ovj > Spanish
Mrs. Carter- and Mb Kerfoofiftftb stories ,taken from, Jotaka Tale our team. recently Installed theirofficers. !missionary to Cuba. spoke. at. *..aM'to-'
a and sixth grades are having of Old India "The Merchant of The Installation team :Chyrch\ : Of God last Sunday! a : "tttete: ''tilt':""*
; tablel of rubber toy and novelties. Levi," "The. Toolish' Timid Rabbit from Homeetead wa composed of ort her work,,with nine p abet.h4
., Mr:Polk" fifth grade pupil are .", Q d "ORIUIJ", plAkierBetty J. T. Godwin Barney Godwin Bud I congregation' In\ the :l at.nd: eaa,> t.Id'
1 selling library tag for their room. Lott gave aa original poem. Bailey and Charles Charles finger Connor., Kenneth. t public to the south. : at each I
I Mia Small .1* iponaorlng the The play were written, cut Glenn/ I' Mies| Stewart spent manr yin ; pea* **v'""
''treasure table for the Girl.Club and staged by; the pupil Through Our new officers installed, were: nilnlbnary worka trains
a photograph gallery for the art these plays, .ttorles told la the President Rex Heroine; vicepresident :where he established ",r, werken
department and penny board with third century before Christ will Willis Vlck; secretary, Harold 'Shelter," a rescue home for \ '
i valuable prize a* award lot the lire again All forty pupils par- Hampton; treasurer, H. A Amon; girl who bad been dedicated' I: on urea,
,{ seventh grade girl*. ticipated In the program reporter, Lewis Vrana, and watchdog the temple service-a part and itop-
It Food and drink concession are I Mr. Fletcher hat a new pupil, Don Lair I heathen worship So : for a visit
\ going to be operated by MrOofey'i .I'Hugh Brook, from Georgia. It was decided we would have wa her work In India that and Mn.
; tenth grade boy, Mr*. I a "Spill the Milk" booth in the British gvoernmcnt bestowed are in
Buuer second grade, Mr*. Fletcher GIRLS' CLUB school carnival Friday night I her a medal of honor :T !" Cod here
** first grade, Mn M. Danlel'i I I The Girl's Club of Redland votedon We changed the time for our tion enjoyed by only onj .; ; '* service
1 fourth grade and Mill Murray'I two emissaries to accompany meetings to 7:30 P. Moo and the woman before her. to the
third grade.Everyone. Miss Small to Miami last Saturday date to second and fourth Mon Seven yean ago Won <"' : '

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y hate, maiks. doughfaces horns carnival tonight I
.t knocker and false", noses! upon This group of girl I Is having SPECIAL SUMMER BARGAIN
( arrival. Come an K or ni nny tables of treasures, grab bags of 1
.. "Bela Lugost"-thrre's hilarious candy or peanut with a hidden I
fun In store for you.CARNIVAL treasure in each bag I
The member of the club to per-
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I. The queen of the carnival Is to Flow Mary Hennlngton and Peggy
I be crowned at 10 o'clock tonight O'Brien. The treasure are Hal
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October 27. 1939' THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Page Eleven_



" SOCIAL EVENTS I r Betty Barclay' Hallowe'en Helps J

JA_ CLASSIFIED ADS

Continued From Page Nine). I

FACT REYNOLDS tilVES: RATE; First insertion 104 a line; subsequent Insertion

DEEP BRA FISHING PARTY (41104

Paul Reynolds entertained the I

manager of the Royal Palm Ice
Company a deep son flatting I FOR RENTFOR FOR SALE:-One spring bed, mat

trip Saturday. A fish fry wa held f ( tree and one 100-pound tee box

later In the evening at the Reynolds RENT-Offtee or desk space good a* new. Mr. S. E, Pop.*
home in Homestead. i 'downtown section Phone pell. Modello Fla (00-30)
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2020. ,
Guest were: Joe Auakln 01 I I

Newark N. J.. T. B. GUliura 01, I 1 FOR SALE: Tropical punt, cit

Miami H.: C. McConnell of Miami, i FOR IUNT-TwOt rooms, modem rus trees and tropical fruit In
convenient S, -W.. Sth
Everett Brown of Miami Beach iteret, season. Jungle Grove Radiantroad
Mo, Charlotte Goft.,
Emery Caldwell of Coconut Grove, (20-c20) and Plummet drive.MISCELLANEOUS.

James Prucha of Miami and W. Tn aH know what HIUo". '. tonally with the melted butter. FOR RENT!: .Furnished houie.:

3: Rheney.W. repreeanu. TOil ell bow how Berre with brown Ira", Apply at Dr. M. A. Berger's residence -
novel dishes are leaded to make
the _. Orange Frosted Doughnut Tenth and Krome ave.
party .a .. Bo here
aresome
M. V. MEMBERS ATTEND (For 14 doughnuts) (.22t1) .
recipes any contribution to SEX: AND BUY at finanUm Variety
ASSOCIATIONAL MEETING this year's festlTiU Incidentally Allow i good stud doughnut tot Grove West Florida City.
Members of the W. M. U. Of the the recipes are good, long attar each guest Frost with orao re- FOR RENT-Furniahed apartment faTU
Tint Baptist Church of Home- Uove'ea la over, tinted Icing mad by creaming all electric, clean, cool

stead who attended the associa- Sweet Dream Punch together S tablespoons well: butterS Bedroom, living: room, dinette RENT YOUR HOUSE-furnished

tlonal meeting of the Woman'sMissionary ; cups freshly made, chilled cups powdered sugarS bath; daybed in living room. or unfurnished. I have yore,
decaffeinated Plenty of closet space. Reasonable 'round client Benjamin W.
Union at the Central coffee tablespoons lemon juiceS
Baptist Church on Thursday were: 1H pint Ice cream tablespoons orange juice rent Eva Collins. Biscayne Morris, registered real estate

Mrs. R. E. Edwards, Mrs. Annie Orated nutmeg 1 teaspoon grated orange rind drive and Federal Highway. broker, N. Krome ave, next W
'. Pont the decaffeinated coffee ever Orange vegetable coloring. Baptist Church.: (Julftf)
Butler. Mrs. Vera Summerlln
H. GOOD, cool, pt for rent
a pint of Ice cream ta si punch as seeded roomy ,
Mrs H Collier, Mrs. A. 1:. Paul bowl or big mixing bowl and blend Private bath, reasonable rate..
Butternut Pie
Mrs. J. Lee Smith, Jr., and Mrs lightly with an Oil beater until the Msgle Ask at Western Union. (" "") WANTED
J. C. Vann.'ROMESTEAD. Joe cream Is partly ueltid. Sprinkle 1H cop (1 can) sweetened eoa
,with grated nutmer. Tanllla" coffee, doused milkS :
FOR SALE : WANTED-Refrigerator salesman
eggs, wparated1 I
or chocolate Ice cream combine
SENIOR LEAGUE ,well with the toffee savor cup butternut meats, or other : or saleslady. Specter's, Home
'AttENDS UNION MEETING nut meat FOR SALE-Spring cushion fiber Bldg., Homestead. ((027)
The Homestead Senior League To !nuke decaffeinated eoffei by S tablespoons granulated infer I davenport., chair and rocker, I

attended the Royal Palm .Union ing the tablespoon percolator method decaffeinated, use 1 coffee heap, Thoroughly Unbaked pie blend shell (I sweetened.Inch) $10. John G, Williams, N. E.1 TRACTOR WORK

meeting at the Trinity Methodist regular grind, for each cap (H condensed milk beaten egg yolks 12th St. (po2T Mowlag, raking, plowing and

Church In Miami on Thursday of I pint) of cold water. Pour coldwater and tnely chopped butternut ...... FOR SALE-large packing house dlakln,. Wm., H. (Bill) Sykes,
;*last week. The Trinity League i Into pot. Set percolator Pour Into Unbolted pie shell Bake located on two railroads P. O. 212 S. Krome Ave. (poU-n3)
basket la Pot and put acres la It
hi moderately slow oven (315' F.)
presented a short playlet on the Cover. Let Box 853 Homestead. (020-n3)
r percolate slowly and U minutes or until set Cover, with TUTORING WANTED e- blgb
program gently II to SO minutes, (For a
meringue mad br beating
:;Cookies and punch were served 4-cnp peroolater we % cap eoBea.) white until stiff and adding iur.egg FOR SALE;-Refrigerator, BO lb*. school and grade school subjects.Mrs. .

"A. Those, ..attendingfrom .Home* ,. Lima and Ham Leaf Return to oven and bake 10 mlautee capacity, ,.. Apply Apt. 4, H. J, Armstrong, A. B.,
stead were: Misses Antoinette and t or until meringue I* browa. Flowers residence. -- o20) : Plummer drive and Country
,1 cooked dried Lima.H .
CUP ,
Helen Moye, Miss Marybelle Gibbt, .. cup ground ham Recipes for Parlor FunThe I I' Club road.
FOR SALE CHEAP-One 100.
Miss Hells Sauls, Misses Mildred, M cup chill saga or catsup ,
for fan
newest recipe
Margaret and Helen Field, Miss I eggs beaten parlor pound Ice box, good at new. See NOTtr or APPLICATION ro*
la
Contack exciting
an new game
TAX DKKD. rill SIMS
'..Mary McNtiU. Mist Edwin Close, 1 teaspoon minced onion played with S( triangular pieces- Morris White, Peacock; Lodge, Moth h ........ .I"| that .... L. Kit-
James. Booth and Carton-Sweet I tablespoon melted butter each aide with a different color and Redland. (013) Htm ... Yarn M, Kllllaa' kta wifa Wide
.. '. .
," I cup cracker crumb wls..w of DIVING" Cor011e5611
number. The object of the
game FOR SALE office desk. Std th.lrto.rrf A*
H teaspoon salt la to match color and numbers and -FUt top rat,T"D.lr & ku IM MM VortHlMto
';'. : SIX MACIHNESContinued H teaspoon pepper I ta make scoring totals -,a Streamlined W. W. Severy. (ofllf) I.! mw ..flee. ..l .has _llrftUo fnrM
.... .,,
Rah Units t M IMW thormi I* oor >ii with
through coarse of domino tchniaue
development .... Said Certificate .wbr.er the MlMe
trainer. Add bam, chill sauce, that' easy to learn. Another IN TAR rmci'tT COURT or rut imt described ptvpeoty. attested k Dodo
eggs, pepper, salt, minced onion sure way to end the social Ice JUDICIAL UIUI'IT IN AND roll CoMnly Ifltiridk, tawUlLot
"( from pug One) butter and cracker crumb. Shape breaking problem I* Quick Wit, CRANCKRY.DADS Cep N No.T T 11101., FLOSIDA. IN i, Blk. I. Hlnm1, ..... .o *M.UIIM.I ..
Book S. Pun I, located to Doe.lwua.to
of one of the other accidents. !heW Into a lout place la a buttered pan hilarious ant game that' played: DORO'f JOAN GIVIOlI, Plal.UlI, SUM .. .....id..
t suffering from a compound In a moderate oven (I<0* F.) and with card and guarantee new and' t..r.ivnmnnnitR. 1MLndant uJ'Ir' i i,. of M'pmMity ender
bake for SO minute*, basting oocas- different questions round -. MARTIN CoitUlrot Wwd vu U UM Mm
i fracture of the right leg, a frac- every or. rmuiATiolt of Uok.._. U.Nes said Certiflnl j ....11
toed pelvis, end a broken' arm "' TO JUHTIN C.IVEN8. .0. -.-eeMI'M M .Aw.w will
Authorities claim that icing 0..orr.too. Delaware ..... "'.....* n UM ilk day of ,,o.. ib.f,
Her husband William Willis barely tinted made OHDKRH'D file ,
received by creaming together : IT u that m naIMUMM A. D. IMS.Date .
cuts and bruises. half of our families, rich or poor, weU: M Nomb Seta. IMI. M tfc. title std ties of O<**.r. A. a ISMCIw4
Bill tl OM.Uri* for Dlnm to UM aWvo
t Dr. Carl F, Robinson of Red- get enough vitamins or mineralsto 1 tablespoons butterS ....... saw! .Uwrwtao ft d..ra pro t.... E. .< chwakAOoort,
speed them on the road to f.M .III k* "tweedseat ro>. TW"lammt
D.do rkHWlk
land driver OxnlT
of another car which .. ,
cup powdered sugar t LMdw-IiiMrprlM MeMtl -
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Clrouk
figured In the"crashes, suffered abounding good health. :2 tablespoons lime JuiceS a Ik* .. n.._ ta rkM. this order ( Court>/trail N c> BTCMRrrr. D. C
emu W .ubll h" MM > ."it four fractured ribs and cut over Surely this should not hold tablespoons orange jute eenM.e s.. weak..
s the' left eye. His wife suffered true 'around Halloween .when I teaspoon Feted orange' rind nk UK ITtk day, of Ortno, A. D. "".! ..
E. S LRATHL RMAN
bruise fruit and fruit drinks are traditional Orange vegetable coloring aj; ;.. Clark of ClrraH CMI NOTICE or TAX APPLICATION Dtr.Ort.otor lOa
'N yl Milton Py* of Could, driver of refreshments. In fact with needed. Dads CM..,. Florida.ClnuH I mil-ArU of IMS-A MlOrtlflcato

V another car ,suffered a fractured oranges, limes, apples, pears and ( B"Court a. H snit RICK Jr., Dmatr Clnk.H. Native, ..II.,_hereby of state eIsea and that counts A..u, To D.Fes ..
.,;'Ie.. grape In market there I* not the Hot Spiced Fruit Peach M CARR. Stoicism lat PlilnUffOrt. No. Mil laiiMd tao Site .U* .*
( M III Mo*. S. I*. 17. seal) Jul'.A, HIT, kaa UM s.>. la ray
-County Road Patrolman FloydS. slightest lack in (Serves 24} .J
t}1 excuse for any ,, i .r1M. hate made soplleatka. for a tax
Pye of Homestead, no relation autumn menu of the healthful 1 I 4.4 M W, wed t tkarao. BaM QottJn..1e
quart cider ..
ikraoH DM followlm described -
to the Injured man, had just com minerals and vitamins providedby t cu)) 'brown sugar RADIOREPAIRING I. the Costar ol Dado, state of FkMda.
pleted Investigation in the negro fresh fruit dishes Especially EXPERT ..
1 cup granulated auger' Loaf I* and Si, Block. IS, Wait Plash
death when he called for vitamin C and other
case was important 4 two-inch pieces stick cinnamon Park" a abd." Plat Book :. Pan N. tow
back to the other crashes ncalth-promotlng factors Is the .:.mtr of bed,. sate Mortda.

He said h* learned that the daily glass of orange juice. Lime I 5 whole cloves The'laid aw.m..t aartlflcata. of kaniaS said vaa raporu la taa aiMorIha MUM

,; Willis car was parked at the edge Juce contribues the same healthful Prompt service on all ill r. C, Brow
:2 quart orange juice ValoM KM oorUflnlo. ifcall U >.JM"aaaoHlne .<
"y of the road and that another car food element* to fruit punches, 2 cups lime Juice makes specializing on to law the P r,..rl IF doairlbodtharoli .
without occupant wa parked on to salad dressings and to many, will W sold u the klihaH' .......
Orange and lime slices at the Coort Meow door oa UM tint MOD.dor .
the opposite aide of the road a short food with which It I Is used .* a automobile radios to the walk of Doraahar, INS, which. .
r distance away. flavor accompanimentThe Combine cider, brown and granulated to UM dub dar .. Daa aio... 1030.Dead .
tkk lat.. dar ofMt.ker.. Itll.K .
Dr. Robinson, driving north, recipe that follow, while sugars, cinnamon and L C. Dodd B LEATHERHAK.
swerved to avoid striking the vacant -! especially appropriate for Hallo Boll S minutes. Mix with Clark of ClmM Coort,
Dada Counts. riorioo
car and crashed Into the: we'en, are equally good for other orange and lime juice which have newer !Bldg. (ClmH Court
By L..
Willis car. At the time, Mr autumn festivities. Your family been heated Just to the boiling Bemeetead, Florid ( 20. 91, Now IL 'Ann S. I" UI'D. O.Oot. .

Willis wa standing beside the will thank you for the salad, while point (be sure they do not boll).

'. car while her husband was Inside your guests will relish the dough-i Pour Into punch bowL Float slices

tinkering In an effort to get It nuts and fruit punch made from of orange and lime on top for gar

started I theM "quantity" recipes. I nish. Serve Immediately in mU'I.IrtrmT .
BALL
NEWT G.
Mrs. Willis was knocked to the Hallowe'en Salad

roadway and Mr. Willis was 'rONLY
hurled from the car ss It overturned (Serve 6-S) NOTARY PUBLIC

in a ditch. 1 tablespoon granulated gelatine z zA MONKEY

Dr. Robinson wi giving assistance 6
to the victim when L. D. H cup cold water Fire Insurance and In THC .

..Duniey of Homestead and Milton H cup orange juice, heated but Kindred Lines

iPy arrived on the scene. Mr Py not boiled a.. Pl.r/t.'s Ysabos
parked his car with the headlights : A cup orange juice, not heated I Jeaate Sel" want
juice Trial w fink toed s.wto dPete.
i shining on the other cars and then 1 tablespoon lime SS .., on Slamta.m -
N. Krone AT.
Vt cup SugarSprinkling ta.d leawv.
I he aid Mr. Danzey started to cross
[the road witH MeansA

At the tame time another car cup orange pieces, drained ,

[here down on the crash scene, and 1 Cup shredded raw carrots

[a* It skidded to a stop, struck Mr. Va cup chopped walnut meats CustomerAT
Soak in cold water t
clear. gelatine
Pye. Mr. Danzey leaped
car was driven by H. A. Solt minute Add heated orange juice EDWARD STILINGReal
Stir to dissolve gelatine. Add unheated -!

: victim were taken to the orange Juice lime juice,

lb an ambulance of the sugar and salt When beginning to*

Funeral home.'See ttffcn add orange pieces, carrot
I Estate General Insurance
fThe 4 and walnut Chill In Individual DRiGGERSService -

Witch" Launching Set mold until firm. Unmold on letuce. -

freighter "Sea Witch," first I Press seedless raisins into StationS. NOTARY PUBLIC

U S. Maritime CoramlMlon's I top of mold to make faces

ship to be built in Tampa,' Orange Frosted Doughnuts Kreme Ave and Third St.
be launched with fitting, (ere For J4 dough luto) Cor. Palm Ai'c. and A VCo U Florida City, a.Friday .
I ,', of- Allow .t'l ,dmiehnn1r Phone 111 ,
monies Oct SI, building one good I. :' !
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'I'i j STATE YEARS Pecans zb RNA Ll '5 6 2Sc Cans


-il'adahasaee, Cjtt 29 (FNS)--A 2SCALt4
I state official-William V. Knott
I who has served with or under 11 aopD WHOLE PEELED OLD PALl TARGET
? governor of Florid, will retire
I : i from the office of treasurer at the

I : ": \1\I close I,of 1941.Calling his. present term-January Apricots Alaska Salmon Corned Beef

'
: : In the newsmen for an
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,; :. 'I i Informal usual conservative chat, Knott manner stated that In bit he No. 2% Can ul".1.3c 2 Cans -...--.--.25C Per Can --..----.15C:
f ; r had decided to stop down at the
I end of this 4erm. The treasurer
: i whose" acquaintances in walk COUNTY KISTPEAS.
: :, every GET THIS GOLDEN KEY', DEL MONTE
,' ,
: of life number thousands
: i said he felt "fine" but realized SPECIAL! or CORN
that he wa approaching retirement PeachesPineapple

1 The age.veteran official has been a 2 Cans ...... .. ............ .. .::1.7 C
tJ
moving force in many of Florida's No. 2% Can ..1.7c
I ? forward steps He was largely responsible KEYSTONE: -PIECES AND ITEMSMUSliROOMS
; : for setting up the board
( of administration to handle the I
z4 ,
f bonded Indebtedness of the 87
s count!**. His work 'a* a member ZS CL3PONfA'iD
j\ .1 of the industrial commission when IOt ,,, 2 Oz. Can ...-. ........,.. ... No. 2! Can .13c'
: ', i it started In 1935 has meant much r .
\ r# toward smooth operation Of the 4 Oz. Can .. ..... .... .-..-...."19c!
: workmen'compensation act C? COMBINING: COUPON$ SILVER PALM
.I Noted foe his remarkable rasp* rOl.tHESE: PRODUCTS ,8 Oz. Can --... -... ...-:. ..35c
: ,I I' ot stale affairs and unusual OCTAGON' Grapef rest t Mce
: knowledge; of land description! GOLDEN KCTMILK
t, Florid 87 counties, No S CANS
throughout
.3 l:.1 19c Soap Chips Large Size2lCWITH
( the venerable official will complete .. :
\ t ; II years in the state' employ EACH 4 for .--.. .. .25C
PURCHASE
.\ October 20. GOLD MEDALFLOUR
on
: : ': Coming to, Florida in 1881 In a : 23c [FREE! 1 Cake Octagon Toilet Soap COUNTY KISTCornNibletsJi

\ : covered wagon, be has been a p .
; ) forceful figure In this state's history I MY-'r.nNE-&SSOllTED FLAVOR

: fie has held the offices of, KIX ...2 ,. 25c
\, state auditor treasurer, comptrol- pk i Pudding & Pie Filler
t ler and superintendent ot the hospital Per Can .IQcj
I i Cbattahoochee 80FTASILK! Pkg ;

3 Pkgs. for .. .... .._
\ In 193 Knott defeated two candidates CAKE FLOUR. 29c -- --- ULLOa"CornFlakes$ ;
: in the first primary by a VELV .
;: i majority of 36,037 for re-election :
as state treasurer That was the \VHEATIES2pkg.25c
CHEESE
)0 only Democratic primary In which
Knott was opposed for a cabinet 2 Reg. Pkgs. ISCFANCT
office. BISQUICK p::e 19c

t Governor Mitchell appointed 2 Lb. Pkg. ...,-------------44c
: Knott to his tint state Job in 189J j
j' It wa a special auditing assignment HONET DEW .
)t In HUlsborough county In SYLVAN FARMS Rice:
1897 he wa brought to Tallahasseeby
,\ Governor Bloiham to till I MelonsEach Roll Butter .
5 Lbs. .19C :
position which later became state ---... I
auditor1 office. The wa $9 '
pay
a day with no provision for traveling ......-....J:5TOUT : Lb----- CHURNGOLDMayonnaise
; .f expense ..-----i------------" .3I.c
H*wu.appointed treasurer
In IMS and was nominated to

,, of succeed 1W4 and himself 1108 In without the primaries opposi FRESHPork / Pint .... ..:I5c |
Grapes
i tion. On the death of A. C. Croom HamHalf
,
}) In 18 IS,he was appointed by Governor Pint ......25C
? ; OUchriit a* comptroller. Rwa 2 Lbs--------.1.3 -
; nominated without opposition or Whole, Lb. ...__. ..2Sc
I that year to succeed himself. H* Quart ... ..4XC
held this office until January, 1917. .....
TOBK IMPERIAL COOKING DILLON

t Veterinarians, Nurses I. PORKSHOULDER
Needed By GovernmentThe ZIDDIES5Lbs..14c Peas t Bitter

Half or Whole, Lb. ....-.....19C
United State Civil Service
"( Commission announced an open : I GOLD COIN SLICED SELECTEDBACON 2 Lb. Jar --.25c

\ competitive examination for the
I position of junior veterinarian, PIG LIVERLb. FREE ONE CAKE
: \ $2,000 I rear Bureau of Animal u. .. Ne. IRISH PALM OLIVE SOAP
Industry Department of Agriculture. }
Completion of a full course PotatoeslOLbs. Lb. .. .. ...25c! .. ... .:lSc WITH BLUE
of'tud11D a recognized veterinary
< college 1* required. Applicants FANCY WESTERN SupersudsAtRegPricelOc
must not have passed ,their 45th .24c
.... .
.; birthday. Application for this ex- Brisket Beef Stew :
amination must be on tile in the
commission'office at Washington

I D.The c., not commission later than also November announcedan 8. SNOBALLCauliflower Lb ... .. ............ ... ...ice pimxips

\ examination for the position of Pork and, Beans
I rUSH BALTIMORE QUARTS
,, Junior graduate nurse, $1,130 a
year In the U. S. Public Health i Ne. SVi CAN
\ Service, and the Veteran Admin Lb. ...--. .. lOc Ex. Standard 59c
{j, istration. Because of the demand Oysters 3 for .. .... Z5cStrawlterries
for 4ual tied eligible application Ex. Selects .75C
,I'I win be accepted at the c nmission's LONG CRISP
': Washington office until SWIFTS'Peanut SHOULDER: OFLHMB
further notice. High-school study CeleryStalk
I and completion of a specified Roll
training course In a recognized 1
nursing school art required. Ap.pllcUlt.a .... _..lOd: : SLKAnrat* J v Half er Whole
must not have passed their
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