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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
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System ID: UF00087294:00251
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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SHIPS COMING Bids Ranging From $52,963 To $56,701 AFTER FLOW IS DISCOVEPED 4

Received For Installing Power Unit


'FOR .SERVICE --den for the work will be made at I Check On Motorists Vast Stores In ,Redlands

Bid on supplying a new generating the next regular meeting of the Minus Permits To Drilling, Geologist 1
unit for the municipal power council Monday; The awarding Believes 11 11Await
plant, on conjunction of an annex -1 committee began work of tabulating Drive Awaited Here

TO GROWERSPilot to house It and on electrical the bids soon after adjournment '
'J, equipment for itt operation were of the council meeting The It there m any motorists In $40,000 PER ACRE
opened and a committee selectedto group is composed of Councilmen and about Homestead who have LAND ENVISIONED
award contract by the city Frank Rue. Thomas E. Kirby and Reflected to obtain driven II-

With 6,000 Hours To council at a special meeting yesterday W. R. Bird, Mayor Tom Harris. cense they hart yet to feel the Largest Fields In World
morning Gordon Ivey, superintendent of weight ef Gov. Cone'i edict,
Credit As Be Du
Engaged The council' action was "tn the power plant, and C. J. Parroan.' "Get liceBaes or else-" May Boasted '

Instructor tint step toward early Installation architect. Tile Miami epidemic of Uw Here, View f
of the engine made possible by approval The council chamber wa crowded enforcement has not spread to
19 FLEDGLINGS ARE IN ot the city i application tot with representatives of compa- toll locality, to far Fabulously); rich oil field, land I
nlea while the bids were opened selling for as much ti $40,000
I loan of $75,000 by the Reconstruction Officer here reported they an
LOCAL FLYING UNITh)3ombjngGontest Finance Corporation Mayor and read. The bids and their aalitnt l have made no arrest of motorists acre and a corner' on the wealth, 't
Hurl wa notified, a week ago ofWt.oppCAYahyq points follow: American Lo-' for not having of the world might .b4n stp for1: ,

Staged ,,.,,,sJF.lwnewKaratAnnouncement J wUva,pMnpaojuJQf etfuroiah- ...driving the fltdland District,detlared wit- .
In Speeding'Planes of successful bid- log add Installing engine"$5i,768, Ham G. Blanchard geologist geophi -
i work to be completed within three >ilciit and engineer, In a talk
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At FieldHomestead' and one-half months; William before the Homestead Rotary Club
RAINFALL HALTS Hepburn it Company, furnishingand LOCAL PROPERTYIS Wednesday.
air 'fleet" will be
Installing switchboard, cables Charges that a major oil company
augmented by; two autogiros next: and other equipment, 16,463; INTACT AFTERHALLOWEEN ; discovered a productive flow

week, it was announced. They TUBER PLANTINGFOR Cooper.Venemer Corporation, furnishing of oil in central Florida and then

art ships of the Giro Associate, a I and Installing engine, $52- Plugged up the well were made by
522, work to be completed in 140 FUN Mr. Blancbard. He said a man
crop dusting concern, and are ex- SECOND TIME
Bush Seltzer Deisel Engine
days; I I Ii who claimed he was a representative -
totted to be put In service' over local -: Company; furnishing and installing of an oil drilling company in '
vegetable field in about a engine, $56,701 work to be com- i The boy of Homestead had their I Texas came to him and requestedhis

month. pleted within 160 day, Chicago fun Halloween nlhbut their a Id In ascertaining if oil existed '
James Holtonbick of Green Rains, the Nemesis ot the po> Pneumatic Tool Company; furnishing prank were not of the destrucIve in this state He readily agreed .
wood, Miss, veteran pilot who will into grower this season, again have and installing engine, $U- variety; Depredation were to help he said, and placed all his ;
have charge of one of the giro, torced postponement -planting 500; Southeastern Construction :completely off the program and po- scientific knowledge and experience j
also will serve ai Instructor at the: for at least ten days, it was said i:
for lice
Company, $,703 construction reported that their work was at the disposal of the com-
local air field. He has more than: yesterday. (Continued on Page Two) 'no more In volume than. on any paD1. Under his supervision a 1!
0,000 hour in the air to his credit I While the rains, which fell intermittently other night. likely place for oil was located .
and prior to his dinting work hf throughout the week #
Mud Lake and
I Great dependence was placedon near a well was t;
served a large transport company. were not of sufficient intensity to PLAN
SCHOOLS soap to make the night a "sue- I Mod The work required three :
Mr Holsonback explained that I MUM a recurrence of the flooded I '....." No window within arm'i' tar*. Shortly after oil started r
Jus dotting operation conium I, condition of two week ago, they !reach from the sidewalk In the I lowing from the well It was plugged f!
(Continued Page Twelve) leaked the to such PROGRAMS() FOR
ground an extent -I I business section: of Krorae up with cement, be said.
that It could not be worker.
I'nue escaped a liberal ave-I He charged that the company's ,
Growers virtually are marking I EDUCATIONVEEK 'of oap Many of the .
log-ln-the-manger procedure was .1;
with little
JOSS Um, very preparatoryplanting
WfflTAKER calved two or three coat
for the purpose of preventing other I.
work to be done. They I
the hired and Individual from ;,
One victim of toapen concerns
bad hoped that the season would Homestead Florida
School of ,
TODffiECTAREA a photographer to take a picture: bringing forth oil to add to thecountry1 ;
November 1.
get under way; by; City and ltedland have plannad an
Start of planting even in ten days; 01 his large window to move a* II supply ,;:
"open house" next Thursday as a
memento of the occilon Another "It U possible that vast oil reservoirs -
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RED CROSS DRIVE will heavy depend rains, It upon Wit the pointed absence out. of climax; to Education their observance Week of which National -I merchant did not Interfere whenhe are in South Florida because K

taw soap being applied to his the same natural formation
Thousand of bushel of seed potatoes starts Monday and continue in the oilfield
window because "boy have to that are found great i
Miss Pearl Whltaker ot Homestead o" at various packinghouse through Saturday. have their fun. of the country exist In this ;
hat been appointed directorof the district, ready to be Parents of student as well as district," Mr. BlanchanJ said.
drew t"Three
the American Red Cross Roll placed In the ground when the the public at large have been invited Movable advertising sign factor must come together f
weather the "go" to visit the schools duringthe the attention of the boys and many {
sig
man gives
District,
Call In the Redland according wherever there Is oil: tams
to an announcement made nal. Some of these seed have "open house" and familiarize were tarried from their perma- sops limestone, source bed to
to the rain and themselves with the routine, method nent sites. A traffic sign at u
exposed
been art
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last night The drive will start on breed oil, and reservoir formation
tprouting Growers believe, how of operation and the alma and Flatter street and Krome avenue ,
Armistice Day and will continue that hold the oil until It I II
through November 30. ever, that the sprouting! will not Injure accomplishments of public instruc would prove confuting to out-of- taken from the ground Tamasopa '
the of the tuber for tion. Tom Harris in a town motorists after the boys I '
MIA Whitaker was notified of quality Mayor pro- limestone baa been found in this
Twisted about
"worked" It.
by W. W. Jefler-' planting purpose clamation designating Thunday; on with that ,
1>er appointment ; area and It is identical
direct motorist southward
the; Sign -
Your School Day" all '
"Know
son secretary o the Dade County urges found in the world's largest oilfields
to the Tamiaml Trail and ina
FISH BOWL SUGGESTED citizen of Homestead and vicinityto
Red Cross, and Harvey R. Payne, bear Tampico Mexico, and
Dade County; roll call chairman. Stuart. Nov 1 (J'NS-Not to be visit school and Join In the veatwardly direction to KyWeiU (Continued on Page Two) +
California with her of Education Week. Miami according to the 'e
They conferred with her last outdone by; spirit
night and discussed preliminaries "Rose Bowl," Louisiana with her Special assembly period hive sign i* somewhere to the south of
of her organization work. "Sugar Bowl" and Miami with her been set aside at the Homestead Homettead. THE WEATHER.Ofthtel .

The goal of the Red Cross drive "Cringe; Bowl," the Stuart'New school and the Redland Farm Life Baker Hindman, principal of ...*.. Htwl,! IM.IWIooIo .-..... i

1* 19,000 member for the county advances the suggestion that Stuart school for addresses by well knownspeakers. Homestead schools, and an assistant ......... s..1" ......*.
and 000 member for the Redlands establish a Fiah Bowl" and stage Student will present kept watch over the local -
Miss Whitaker sold! she will select! 4 championship game during tile program and member of the home school buikUng until the early ..-Z F 0 1..1111..1.1....
60 assistant for the Campaign height of the fishing season economics department will. serve court ef the morning but they; were
Red lunch to the visitor rewarded by; only one visit of Oct n --1 I IIS 70 ( ;
work of the
Discussing laid Oct. 21 __...__, IS ,8" 10.0'1 j
Cross'la Dade County Mr.'Payne CENSES OFFICES AT OELANDO Baker M Hlndman supervising prankster Mr KJndman a
'i I familiar" tobin Oct. 21 ___. 16 14 ,
aid the organization spent 7000. Orlando was elected a. state principal 01 the Homestead and peep of boy "very
000 for relief purpose during the headquarters for the 1949 census Florida City schools,and Carl arrived with Small lip advertising Oct 10 __....1 I 75 73 i JU8 '!968
Jut ten and received donations Office will be opened shortly; with ner principal of Reduced wa'-I a brand ot gasoline and Get 11 __| 72 |166 21.77 '1.21
totaling yean$100,000 during that Frank P. Beddow tentatively ap- school are making arrangements I deposited it on the front lw of Wov. 1 -f( 72 l 1 57 | 29.M i" .
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KIRI IAN NAMED Dr. A. S. London Plans I pleted with 169 day; National NU-BLUE SUNOCO Bird Firm Takes Over

To Address Nazarenes,II J E Supply Company, $42,963, furnish Garage, Filling Statlo

HEAD OF STATE ing and installing engine work to SEEN MIRACLE INCAS I The Preston-B. Bird Motor (
Dr. A. S. London Sunday, be completed In ISO day; V. L.'I pony bat purchased the entire j
school worker and lecturer, will address Harris ot Homestead S9.I13.20 for Wrest of J. L Scarborough In thj|
IUGIIWA PATROL Homestead a special moods of th I'I construction of annex; Aldrlt Electrical CHEMISTRY garage and filling station adjoin)
and Princeton Nazarene
I Motor Company $7T7670 the Bird building at South :
churches to M held at the Homestead
supplying and Installing electrical .avenue and tth street, It was i
Tallahassee Nov. I.-CI'NS- church Monday night, November Philadelphia Pa, .,' 2:An entirely -
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equipment; Russell W. Rains, $5- nounced by Preston B. Bird, 1 head
When Florida' new highway patrol U, according to an an 431 supplying and Installing electrical new and different kind of of the motor company .
nouncement by the Rev. Robert equipment; Sheffield Elec- gasoline was announced Mondayby Mr. Bird said Mr. Stfarborou
into active service the
goes Spear, new pastor of the local @. the Sun Oil Company This with i
tric Company of Homestead, $ will remain the company }
first of December the state church. .
part 197, furnishing and installing electrical motor fuel, which will be known a* mechanic, and F. B. Green, 'fo
will have a null but well trained Mr. Spear sold members of ether equipment; Arthur H. Hig- Nu-Blue Sunoco, has been mad merly with' the local Oldamobi
group of men protecting public churches are Invited to attend gins. $9.748, construction of annex possible by a revolutionary new service department, has Joined t
safety under the leadership of efficient the meeting. work to be completed; in. 80 process which baa required years I mechanical iteff.
and capable officer day ., of research and the expenditure of The unit will specialize In Buick;
The cream of about 4,000 applicants AID FOB CHILDREN'ASKED Th" bids were received October million of dollar Pontiac and Oldimbolle service,
: for the patrol will comprise You can help make Thanksgiving' 16 but their opening wi delayed This process ha been hailed by I which will be up-to-date and complete
the force of 10 to be sent to Braden happier for some youngster by until decision on the loan application the press of the world in articles Mr. Bird said. Charges will!
ton for a month' intensive training maklns your contribution now to was received. substantiating the fact that it I I. a be based on factory authorized&t|
under instructor assigned by the Children' Home Society of The committee appointed by the great discovery which may revolu- rate .
the National Red Cross, Federal I Florida, Jacksonville, Donations council also, will determine the tionize present refining methods i
Bureau of Investigation National of food, clothing or cash are need- size of the new engine. Mr. Ivey and bring motorist a new kind of Sunoco; la now In the tank of every ,
Safety Council, State Departmentof ed. said it will be of sufficient size to gasoline at no extra cost A* a result Sunoco dealer who li ready WJ
Education, Attorney General' generate 720 horsepower and will the company emphasize the supply this new product at nf.
office and other agencle SHIPMENT CUT ASKED supplement two engine now In fact that Nu-Blue Sunoco I Ia not lar gai prices.Roommate .
The sound business training of Shipment of tangerine from service, each of which generate just another new gasoline, but I II s
W F Reid, Lakeland,. appointed Florida will be limited to approximately (00 hasepower, an entirely; new and different kind I : You look brokep]
director of the safety department, 3,429,000 bona out of in The new annex will be 60 feet of a motor fuel which already ha, up. What' the matter" A
assures the public that the business anticipated crop of 2,900,000 boxes, long and 42 feet wide and will be been termed a miracle of gasoline I Student: "I wrote home for]
policies Insisted upon by; If recommendation made by the constructed of concrete block It I chemistry I money for a study lamp"
Governor Cone In all department shipper and grower advisory 1 twill be attached to the south part Mad especially for \ara With "S01""The1 .
directly under his control will be committee are adopted. I lof the plant I high compression motor, Nu-Blue tent me II lamp"-Ex. .
carried out in the aafety depart- I II
ment OIL II I
Major Henry. : Nell Klrkman bal I Everybody' comig to Miami ,
Dean appointed captain in charge I Continued From rage one for the biggest sale event ,
of the highway operation of the
patrol. He wa born. In Greensboro in the huge oil territory of the middle I of the year! jON
N. C., but has been a resident and southern state"
of Palatka, Florida, since Mr. Blanchard said oil wa form-
1916. He I* an engineer of wide ed from microscopic plant and I
experience He built more than animals submerged in tropical II I
100 sea million of JohnD. II
bridge In Florida, Including years ago
the "million dollar" causeways at Rockefeller ordered classified I
Clearwater and Palatha and Baker specimen ot oil producing material I
'* Haulover Bridge at Miami from 1.600 countries, and it
Beach. wa found that a specimen from a
'Major Klrkman' military career point near Mud Lake in central I r
began with his enlistment in the U. Florida, was richest In oil content
8 Army on June IT.1111. H* ew end that a specimen of mud from I ',
active duty In France, wa discharged near Cap Florida.wa* rated second -
from service with the rank best, he aid. 1
Of first lieutenant on January 9, Florida possibly once wa covered I
1(19. He:wa* appointed first lieu- by the same sea that submerged -
tenant Engineer Reserve in February eastern Mexico and the 1 hD
tilt, was. promoted to cap southern and central states and .
tain June,'J922, and was promotedto these section now furnish large details
Major in October, 1933 proportion of the world' oil output In $andsy,
He reported for active duty at he .ald. Ollt 29thMiami
Fort Bennlng, Georgia, November Mr. Blanchard said that If oil exists ; ,
19, 1933, and wi on continuous in Florida Its amount wouldbe News
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duty a* purchasing and contracting almost incredible. .
Sale
officer construction and utilities
officer, and officer In charge of lasted
general supply; activities, Including I BIDS RECEIVED ante 1 1Nov.
motor and rail transportation; 11th
for District "n." until he was re-
lieved from active duty May 19 (Continued from Page One)
1936, by an executive order relieving of annex, work to be completed In t
reserve officer of field 75' day; Delleburn Construction
grade from CCC duty. Company, $*8,458. furnishing and
On July 1, 1838. Major Klrkman Installing engine work to be com- OSS
was appointed head of the Florida
State Highway Patrol and Traffic New York State Police, studying
Division, Florida State Road De- the system used by this organization -
partment, and has served in this In preparation for the organization -
capacity until the present date. He of the Florida State Road
pent the summer ot 1938 with the Patrol.



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Out" of DU Cm* :: := tl.M: N4 Y. I, ISIS 1'b' f
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That man to WM| who Wednesday afternoon With. Mrs. J
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Give In when h,', wrong- Frank Skill.
Lett h* be harried. !. Homer McKay moved to Florida l
City this week, and U
That mm .to wise who j ing Mrs. F M.: Hunt's h (occupy-. !

Gives In when h"'i right (house h* vacated has veen sold to
Because ht'i married. Mrs A. 3. McGaughey'

Heavy Stuff. 'Seven cars of grapefruit were
hipped by the Citrus Exchange
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house this week. The
packing
Visit School] Next Week
!I gi,iwers association Chase and

BV B. M.-JIINDM\X: ; I i r 'Standard. are shut down for the
f la.a '
present
Principal Homestead and
Mrt., Sophia D. Tower and Mrs. .
Florida City Schools
'E B Ballard, respectively mother
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1:,,, h war the week of November 4 + and aunt of Dr I. B. Tower, arrived I Im R

which contalni Armistice Day << Thursday to remain permanently
I* let aside u American Education -"
Week. The observance of the "T B Webb has IOn. to RItta

week li sponsored mainly by the FT" AA"k MWAC .4, I where he will manage I packinghouse
National Education Association for the Standard Growers
O/40d 40Y ifs
but many educational and civic f Exchange. He will return in timeto
organization* have adopted It Mon tvarr4 J farm however".

of the mott Important In the The Baptist Improvement Society -
yearly calendar We have Book met with Mrs W. D. Horn

Week, Music Week, and many and voted that It would have a bazaar -
other 'Weeks" stressing acme and oyster supper on the C
phase of American lit*. All these ".,-',. ,. 13th of December.,...." ,

are worth-while, but It .to doubtful .. -.;_. -W. 0. Webster and family art !
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If any of them have the universal A =416ACI6WJ44 f""tQH expected from Illinois this week.'

appeal Education Week. By .46..51 mm Harry hat been here for elms time
proclam itlon of the president of J'N; < the United state and he governors NlfjjA -"John H Deiti, wife and three
"f the various states, the at- children arrived on Thursday from
t, ''Kim, of the American public I In 'lMIDI- I Rafflel, Greenbrier county. W.
,f' i 'l"i ant w'ek0 the .
prom Va. Mr. DelU will engage In toMato
"" ( l h'r 1d need of the I NUR MIMI!, IS' eat O'W cropping this winter They:
h",,1 I NAl7/M mums: CI'7h' I l
I .... are living in the cottage formerly
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Tht theme fray i Mmition, : Week I ",C"/- owned by C. D. Wilton" (Florida

tins Year him been chosen ,15 '"! City.)
('/ for the American W.MuIlUon .. -"City Council met Monday night

Life Obviously this it a subject I ......Report of the street committee
which needs the attention of every For countless centuries this South Florida The WHITE IBIS is still rather numerous showed nearly all stumps are removed

American cltlien. We are forced NATURAL BRIDGE haa been slowly I in Florida and is usually found in on Tenth and Thirteenth

to admit that Nut schools, for example carved out of stone' by the limpid waters of flocks around the lakes ponds and streets In preparation for the tearifier. -
are doing an excellent Job Arch Creek in forcing their way toward swamps Work to now under way on
of educating for the "Nail Way of the sea. Prehistoric monsters u well M of the interior. It is a Urge, white, silent Avenue A. Dr. Shields, Mr.

Life," It It Imperative that primitive man crossed it thousands of yean bird with light red legs, a light red bill Rhodes and. Stuart Shields have

American schools must do at least ago and down through the ages it ha with a pronounced curve, and wing tips of I been at work for tome Urn removing

aa well In educating for the Amer- I acted M A strategic point of location once black make it distinctive. On a bright sunshiny stumps from the streets to be
ican way Improved-...." (Florida City)
in
I for the Indians and later times the white
President Roosevelt, In his message day it is a beautiful sight to observea -"M. O. Tracy his taken over the
man. Today its ancient arch of solid rockis
to the patrons student, and crossed by a modern highway and it is flock 'of white ibises flying over a tropical .i Ice delivery business, both in
teachers of American schools Homestead and Florida City 'In ?
; says, stretch of florida woodland where
they
visited by tourists who find in it
"r our schools many i of Leonard
our coming gene- place Chapman, resigned. -
rattona must learn the moat difficult a natural wonder of unusual interest. enjoy protection at all times. ." (Florida at}.)

art In the'world-the successful 1-"J.j M. Dobbin resigned as teach-
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management of democracy.Let I I er and president of the Bible Classof

ua thlnK of our schools during -- othe community church owing
this American Education Week not CURRENTCOMMENT public's Interest were enacted under I to frequent absence in Miami on
only as buildings of stone and I this baneful influence. Sam Children in Court | business. His place as presidentwas
wood and steel; not only ai placesto I old story. taken by Mr. Weldrlck and Mr.
learn how to use hand and !By Judge Malcolm flatfleld [Miller will be Uacher." '(Florida

brain; but as training centers In Reader of this. paper already ..------.. City.)
the use and application of the rule By AGNEW WELSH, MiamiaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAe have been Informed of the heavy REMEMBERING ONE'S OWN -"C. D. Latterner left Sunday for

of reason In the attain of men. damage to the South Allapattah YOUTHAn .j West Palm Beach! where he accepted
And let ui hope that out of our The story of the Everglades reminds tomato fields by heavy and unusual a position there as manager
schools may com a generation me of Major Bowes' old bro- rains, probably attributable to a accident involving a seventeen for a wholesale drug company."
which cm persuade a bleeding I mide about "Round and 'round she reaction from the recent hurricane year old boy demonstrated avery I (Florida City.)
world to supplant fore with res- goes" A half century ago the war which passed east of the Bahamas. common situation. The lad ,- ''A number of young people of
sonThis' I cry was "Drain the Everglade and Last week' heavygalei tested the had been driving his father' car the town went on a truck ride
is the problem facing the I Build an Empire of Agriculture" dykes about Lake Okeechobe and for a year or more. On this par I Wednesday night driving to t point
American educational system tt Welt they drained 'em and are not they held against a level of 16 to ticular occasion he coaxed the car north of Silver Palm, where they
would be neither fair nor wise,yet through paying It* initial cost 18 feet, depending upon wind in- from his father to attend a partyIn topped and toasted marshmallows.
however to place all the reoponalblllty Now.to seen the folly of taking oft fluence. However the growers on another town with the plea that I 1....Those. composing the party were:
for Ieh': : upon th* 'i too much of the moisture at one| the several small Islands at the other boys of his age had can of i!Margaret Robertson, Alma and
teachers Irnmr As finely fell swoop and a retaining wall well south end ot the lake will ask the their own or had access to the family Mamie Franklin, Isabel Craw Har-
trained and conscientious as they beyond Miami, and building floodgates federal construction ot a tea wallto car whenever they wanted It irlet Latterner Gladys Jones, Joe
"are, they need the help of everycitizen to control the outflow and break the force of these heavy Finally against hilt better Judgment, j Simmons, Glen Summers, Bunny

thus retain S proper water level. to waves and aa a further protectionto I the father complied with his son's Becker, Fred Schutt, Wayne Cooper -
For this reason we Urge that advocated the dykes. In the 1828 tropical wish.. | Harold Charles and Frank
you visit your schools some Urn e storm more than 300 lives were The father' memory of his. own i Sheffield Charles Clinton,' La- ,'v

during Education Week, see what Poor Poland: ground betweenthe lost when the lake waters flooded I youth was the determining factor..Mont Graw and the chaperone,
they are trying to do, discuss their. upper and nether millstone, I the Upper Glades and the growing for he clearly recalled thwarted!I Mr. A. C. Gr w." (Florida City.) .
problem with them, see their i desire and the struggle he en- i_"Mr. and 8
she hoe set up a new governmenton ,crop were stroyed. While the Mrs. W E. Myers, who ..(
need and try to understand their foreign lOlL About ai useful dykes have remedied that It to aquestion dured to keep up with his class-j|have been furnishing the (InstruI '

objectives We especially urge i aa a walnut hull without it* meat whether the safety point'' mate H* was too much In sympathy -I I mental music In the community
you to \ 'isit your schools on Thu..1 e e I has yet been reached. with his son's desire to refuse church for a long time will be as- j
day Nov t, which has I' I him., But he did not take:listed in the music by an orchestra '
England claim to have reliable
aside In Dade County a* a "Know Into consideration the fact that all
I Last spring about $100 my.terl.1! I Ito be formed In the church. Mn.i .
Information of
that the Poland
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Your School Day. W* believe that pleasure must be earned before
i Myen
1 1I i to an excellent pianist and
ously disappeared from a desk Inv
cost the German loss
you will derive pleasure and profitfrom ,of 10,000 killed 30,332 army woundedand a I the Miami police station and now I they can be appreciated, and that!i I Mr. Myers .to a fine cornetist......"
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your visit. ; and we know ( to teach the virtue ot ', (Florida City.)
the loss of I Ii
3,400 missing come $131 from the would
that the teachers and student will i denial have been a good
enjoy having you auto license division where about lesson. 1 I|i i Oct.' St. 1919.Grapefruit.
I An editorial the Journal of the 200 are employed; during the rush I -" is beginning to flow
LIFE STILL SAM American Medical Association of the closing date. nIl use or VULdARLANGUAGE out steadily again, about twenty
.
Despite the salaciousness of our I state that this country may expect I f (Continued on Page Five)

fiction and our drama, despite our.a flu epidemic of some severity a\ The Dade county commissioners The WIt of vulgar language in+ ?

cynical periodical press w. can+ 1940 and a major tine a year later. set aside $91.000 for "publicity"nd certain mixed group seems to be+jan who has a natural distaste for
My of our time at Tain, the historian W. apportioned' the major portionof / QUite common. ,Undue familiarity I)j vulgarity[ exercises a restraining In- ,t
sail! of the Restorationperiod The "governor ot Wisconsin declared the lum a* fellow: University; often drops the barrier of decency,,fluene, over hilt or her compan
In England", "American life| in,a public address that the of Miami, $30,000; New Yorkworld's I and prepare the way for this unfortunate -ions. Questionable stories and
It must contlnu old hire, "win, woman and fair (1940) 16,000;
essentially sane. ) sons practice ||I phrase have no place in a home
to be .nt. or some worthier had M corrupted that .tots'* recant .1 stead and Coral Gable Parents cannot b* too careful la where there are young people. The
people will build upon Its Mh**.* session of the legislature a*i of Commerce, $1,000 each;Hom"l Importing and developing a sense i(i stamp of refinement to a* price-
and)not to make It valueless but J I glade National Park and of
-Hamlin Garland, author only I decency and propriety In their tea today see it war In the Vlc1o-
noveJUJ' In the Rotarian Magailn law dangerous and inimical to the I I, (Continued on Pat children The young man or wo- :irtanera.'Jo' I .
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Friday, November 1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Pairs Five

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I Hugh Johnson to the effect that Mtlonally. .1 tain* ftroof at Royal Pab} Hammock -

the Idea Is growing that Four hundred acres .f
CURRENT property tights' da not have to be I land have been rented front the crh Church III

respected,,.that debts,do net have I S"". Federation of Womaa'a 11" s I
COMMENT to be paid and that there is DO Chit*..and. a. good porU n fit this

longer such a thing; as "void of will won be under preparation
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honor." And the youth of today: are for planting. P. B. Mangos, Wnv --
(Continued From Pap Five) the men of tomorrow. Burton and others wlU handle the BAPTIST CHURCH ----.IIII-Z;;;.: ..... L P. Or"% i U'I.
Sasser 5.5.al M S4S.| .. I
Miami woman's club "',000 each; fanning end. The packing house .OMUTI DI'. l. L "...._ at la its a. and li* a. a. Jan.aaaMse .
air races, $1500; Miami Chamber Adolf Hitler said last Friday will be> under the supervision of tan Uumrnv school al tiil a. '..; anack.sw M $:lei yawls pare.8 awesr I'
of Commerce $2,000. Libraries that the days for considering peace the l local manager, W. D. Horne :1"Alldred .* atlt4aaa"IMa.a.T.r.u.am M sane ramp sodas W.- dIt"
,
f mt. Praise aarihiai W. *
were given the following suns: offers had ended; from then on Ciunpbell will entertain mt llSSSklk

Homestead, $300 and $200 each to war would proceed. This statement a number of her friends at COULM-TW .... Kall .-. are FREE METHODIST
'j' Coral Gables, Coconut Grove, should be co-ordinated with her home Saturday night from T 606% aaada, Masai a& he pvaat-e
aC FLORIDA CITT-TIM are WMb Cc.saeah
by Gen. Hugh Johnson "If to 10. In honor of her Hth birth a'i.aadlIp. a.. P.U.al
Lemon City, Cocoplum end River- one : ca, Few service at Tta W a peon tmmmtr anhaol, I a. ia.|
aide; to Perrine, $100. this war continues our staying: out day." .n -us. = laartlRi. a a.d f Toe iS* It,m a Tuesday ;

a of it is just about the last beat hopeof Plans an being mad by Dr. CATHOUO jM a
1 1cHtmcH
The annual change of style In Western civilization and Christianity JT. A. Smith to open a drug tore or ni callD ACT- MJCTHODISTRONESTtADTka: ,
automobiles by the big factories Is on earth" and soda fountain, In the Poit ON a. C. -.e4 aMKiia. H.mtmtmt,, UM KM. ;
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11 an expensive luxury. One concern fee building It his Intention paitM .d..1 ... .
being S .. a 1 wok ... aua. M TiS aally.ua4ay wan Siiaair aal at a. at|
said that the shaping dies for Its Jerome Alexander, New York to open about the tenth of November ackuol, S a'..lookHata. ..-'kliis, ; at 11 a. _. and 1,M a. avIWIMV
OoMaunto.dIOrnr'oI:::::" taa first teas.. ai I.S. ... a.t HI Leases I
1140 models cost six millon dol. consulting chemist in a recent ad- ."
/osier ., aMM: fer sure see bur{ u- jt SiSt a. la. i tfmm lmm mt *tic a av
lars and another said It hod embodied dress before the New York Academy Hubert Potter wife and aMWHl Bund./ ., av,.u.. Hair hour TJiun. Pierce miscues at Tll, a. M WrdMMlaf i
22 new features in its new of Science stated that life- ion day before tint SVIaar. .. atontk at Horace, and Mrs. Brocket, motherof else *' ''** a SILVES PAUII.. t WallanM '
modol, one of which was placing creation from non-living materialswas Mrt. potter, left their home In ."J. the a ljjy aweaa-.t after >lor. Svaaat aflnai story ....." .., '"
the engine over the rear axle, as is a definite possibility and that I Connecticut on Sunday enroute to as-.. It .. a.i .raa*lnf amlra. oa '-. third 11
done with modern buses. Whena life cells were a minute collection: Florida (Florida CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CIIUECH OVA Via illusion al II 06 m.end I..IN av
City. City) J
1 body design I Is suggested a quar of chemical substances. FLORIDA CITT..-Braiilimir mnt Slitk rajNCi1ON--Tha ..... J. K. WalW.acaaol .1
-"What .
are we going to do to 8-Fe Mho.,.( .1 9:46 ..
ter-size model in clay Is made forinspection a 46 0. far Ira.aei Water "Inc .1 I *,1 awdy
,1 house all the people coming here Pupa- User Pa sae" of am. Mon no "t, IS. :IL,
; if It takes with the "bigwigs" The retail merchants' association survive. .1 II ,'.I..k, Wrdaesd.y ember e
this winter? Everything desirable .arv/oe/ which ,..._ .,
a full-size clay model Is of Miami will observe the trnMiiMmlaai (Ml.lio l- FLORIDA rrrr TOMMUNITT 'HI'RrR yt
seems to be rented." Florida Pas nrmlnKmt. sad Kmarka .. .aria'
( City) .
-Ta. C. U. N + lam
Waa. i
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next made and from this the engineers presidential Thanksgiving day The ties Srfanaa S a' la, The .. I" to aorLesMMerrmen arkaal .. '
at IS ah: ptaMMmi al 7.as r av !
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Rev J. M.
make their drawings and banks play no favorites and w\111 Cormack., was 41d1y Waited tt ataat Mldw.ak' papas and Iliblo atudr Wed.wM 1
specifications.One observe both days. One western i given:;permission to move the topic: "Adam and day al f ISO. {Ii{ilRRDLAND

of next year's models has state went '"the whole hog" and building formerly owned by Mn, Fallen Mut" COMMUNITY' rates D- ''

no exposed running board nor fenders will observe the week, Schweitzer, from the corner of Th. ..... c. G. Italian. PastChi, rb yC [
-more of the bus type I Palm & B avenue to a lot outside cut RCi: or chAisiHOUnTtAD at.I .lt.r'1lU 131 Rpoortit: '1
,
a e Old mother earth is a devotee to the tire district at the rear of the FINa auwt, HIMa- .PI.ode.. .-.. -in a...J Is N.. footmnMon. W. .bas 17kwaAr at T,... Pryor and .

An auditor for Dade county the dance known as the Shimmy.: Oarfunkcl building Councilman I faUbwaklv. and praaahlne M :I
school expenses stated that he had During the post 300 years New Caves presented the town with a II .. m PRESBYTERIAN CIIVBCII i

C been paid a second time for a bill England has experienced more deed for a strip of land from PIIIrn CHURCH OF GODROMENTEAM406 BOMCMIAD-II et'em. 01 II lock "

rendered for services to the amount than 200 tremors of varying Intensity avenue to the school to that the : N. yt First moavel itoMt.bible aikcat TIM at Rev Is, a. ".1 p=;..so'ir r
I of $700, When the office's atten the last one occurring on October street would be widened and improved ,the. ..... I'- Q. OopU., Poster Gwadar.chest a. .tya CPRCSBTTERIAN= -mows sauna 111.M., a .J
fiat Was called to It the reply 19. (Florida City.) .1 kill a. a.; t.n.chlns at Its a..
wait 1 m1l4l p. m.junk* T 1' at 1, alder." CIICRtH t
"Such errors lust never happen." --....--- -"B. B. PuUen of Harrison! Ark. KMptlti at T In |MrMM|.. Player mMtll -
., I p. a Wednesday.CHURCH Nov. i.-Strtnon subject: "Re- i
Reminds me of the story of the and family arrived here Fridayto
man Who was jailed for some mi- : YEARS AGO i spend Urn winter (Florida OF THE NAZARENE taunt the Family to God"t i

nor, offense and sent for a lawyer "" City) BOMK8TIAU KM Hoktrl H EPISCOPAL t
who promptly told him "Why. "Miss Gladys Jones, sister of
eyes p.-tor. Sunday foliciul ttt I'|4I .. M.,1 I T. JOHN'S-. B m-o.i aw'..P and
they can't jail for that" And (Continued From Page Five) Mrs. Leonard Chapman, arrived .. ,
you s'.ekIas M It .. a. and ttSS *, awl Pouch ,,-. H_l di the Ito L r.
his comeback was "But I am in or more cars leaving this wefek Thursday from Morgantown, W. N. .T P. S. Mil Jua .MMiiK at liW UlacalurA rMtor. Hall amnn...n.... as
The Citrus Exchange will roll 14 Va. to spend the winter here. fiSt .. m.l Simla 6-1111e4 04 1160 I races-
Jail. Manifestly it did happen, >. a titftr iMvUni Wed-"t. mtlnr1.Ht.rn. law far at lUfl
If the tale Is true But here Is the cars, all good stuff and averaginga (Florida City) .

clincher.. this auditor's comment loud price. Chase it Co. shipped I

Was "I wonder bow Jong this 9 can, and report setting growers

thing has been going on?" This an average of $2.00 for everything.The .

man stated he had been auditing grower association shipped

these same books for eleven :years.Wasn't only one ear for a private party."
it his busies to know the -The Standard Growers' Exchange 1a

answer to that question? U going Into the tomato
0 a a

A reliable war news service

quotes King Emmanuel as saying:

"So long as I am head of the houseof I Tropical Cafe

Savoy, Italy will never take up 'I'
arms against France." Sounds
1 I doom north of city hall'
mighty encouraging but where '
does a certain individual named HOMESTEAD FLORIDA
'
Mussolini come Into the picture?

1 Regular dinner ...... 50c
The warning note of the a
dangerof Plate lunch ....... .... 35c e
idle youth recenUy'aounded by:
Principal Baker Hindman of the
Was Ruth Steffanl and Dire
Homestead schools before the Red-

lands Lions' club can be supplemented I.. .Florence Kercado Props.mcalaw.
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FALL PLANTING His Royal Higness wants

word. On the new FHA

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Payee Six THE LEADER-ENTERPI5E Friday, November 193fl ,

at the borne of MR and Mr*. AClontnger. Methodist Church Plans STATE EDITORS TO MEET'

To Observe Florida newspaper men b3
i Loyalty Day will
Around "' entertained at Marine Studio
In and :X. <3umm of Lewtoburg, W. Va., The Homestead Methodist church the durIng
press
convention to be
for the winter heat
II arrived on Thursday has prepared a special programfor
the section-wide observance of St. Augustine next week. Deep)
Loyalty Sunday and Rally Day to sea divers will go down in the
, i HotnesieadI Mn. Selma Mattson of Cape Sable be held Sunday, according to the I huge\ tanks to mingle with denizen
spent the week-end here with Rev. J. J. Richard pastor. Forty I of the deep while editors wa'tl
I her daughter Mrs. Johnny Becker. churches In the area extendingfrom I through glass porthole in as pay
r:; Palm Beach to Key West will dally arranged program of aquatic
thrill.
Mr. and Mn. Herbert Love, Jr.. Summerlln, who had been visitingher Mr. and Mr frank Stalllngs observe the day.
o{ Jacksonville are visiting Mn. i brother and sister-in-law, and son Skipper of South Miami The vested choir of the local
love' parents Mr. and Mr*. Wm. I Mr. and Mn. West and other relatives were Sunday guest In Florida church will present It* first program ':
tor several week for several week of the fall season at the mornIng vvvvvvtnvm 0 :
Sykei, I City. .
.
I worship hour. Two anthems .

Mr. and Mn. Frill Jackson who Mia Alice Mulkln. daughter ofMr. : Mr. Efflyn Carroll and Mn. will be sung In addition to the J' 'i
usual Introits and Mn. :
recently returned from their turn ; and Mn. Wm. Mulklni of: Minnie Lutz. Mr. and Mn. W. responses. EXPERT
W. B. director of the ,
Mills Junior
mar home In Hlghgate Springs,Va., I Redland ha* accepted a position M' Andrew, of Detroit Mich. are ex- '
choir of the church, will presentthe '
have their nephew Richard Mac- stenographer in Miami.W. pected this week for the winter.W. ;
MID of Whittier, Calif.. visiting group in a special: program at BARBERING
the night service
them for the winter. He la attending I. Hutchlnaon of Daytona T. Willl moved to Miami on Mr. Richards' sermon topic at
the Redland High KhooLMlM Beach i* visiting his uncle and Friday
the morning service will be "The
aunt. Mr. and Mrs A. W. Hutch- Prayer of Spiritual Companion HAIRCUT ...... 40c
Bertha Nill Hausman at- Inson. Mr. and Mn. Lewis Lugll of ship" and his night topic will be
tended the Southeast Florida Home Boston Mass., are expected this "The Laughing '001." SHAMPOO ...... 40c
Economics association quarterly Miss Naomi Davis returned week and will occupy the Silver-
meeting In Fort Lauderdale Saturday Wednesday from Elkins, W..Va.. ma apartment on 8th street for PLAN PEACE PRAYERSA MASSAGE ...... 40c
where she had been visiting relative -
,
the winter.
day of prayer for world peace
_
for several months
will be held by the auxiliary of St.
Mn. J. W. Garrett la visiting Mrs. J. S. Cave and Moss Sever John' Episcopal Church Novem- BUSH'SBARBER
her' aon-tn-law and daughter Mr. Sidney Newman of New York left on Monday to attend their ber 11. Member will attend holy a
and Mr J. W. Strickland. In Canal la In Homestead on business.FLORIDA .
brother funeral In Lamonte Fla. communion at. o'clock In the
Point for several week M1/1"1MM.MII/"M.MMMIMII"11"MI"M"W morning. Each will visit the

CITY Bigger Better Catches church during the day for private
Mn. Sylvia Atklna has at her By Mr*. W. W. SereryMn. prayers. SHOPN.
Of Mullet Reported
guest this week, Mn. Juanite PI*

of Havana M R. J. Shepherd arrived on Tallahassee Nov. 2. (I'NS-) PALMS HOTELFLORIDA
from North Haven Conn.,
) Mn. H. D. Coppedge of Miami Tuesday tor the winter. Mr*. Shepherd Florida' great mullet season Is no, CITY KROME AVE.
I il
i and daughter, Ann, and IOn Horace was accompanied by her son-in-law and fishermen on both east and Modern
were guests of Mr. and Mn. Booms and Apartments '
:and Mr and Mn. Joe I
A. S. Moye and family Sunday daughter west coasts are reporting bigger Reasonable Rate 0 "
t! Chapman who are on.a two-week and better catches than they have AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI.. )1I t'1

I Mr. and Mn. Sam J. Davis had vacation. had In many yean. '. tt
M guests on Sunday Mn. Simone Veteran fishermen attribute the
t Wilson of Coral Gables and heron Mr. and Mrs. Hal Parham returned increase.. in mullet to the fact that ITALIAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT
Jaquei.Mn. last week from spendingthe tor the fret time the state conservation '
summer In Tennessee, North department enforced the !
JOE TORCISE Prop. FLORIDA CITE
S R. E. Shepherd underwent Carolina and Mississippi. closed season during pawning
a major operation In the County time last year. Spaghetti Dinners 40c
hospital on Monday The Ladle Aid Society of the Mullet production In Florida exceeds 'I ..,
l community church held Its regular :24 million pounds a year and'
Mn. T.:Halney underwent a major monthly meeting on Wednesday 1* the "old reliable" of commercial: "ItI
operation in the County hospital afternoon at the home of Mn fishermen In 41 of the 42 countleiwhlcti I
on Friday.Mr. S. S. Shields. Mrs. Shield and touch salt water. Plumbing Installations
Mn. J. W. Miller Were joint The food content Of mullet la ol
and Mn. Wm. T. Masters, hostesses. I the finest quality and contain and
,I :former residents of Redland, mov- more Iodine than any other Flor. Repairs

ed from Miami Into their homeon Mn. Madge Smeal of Lake Worth' ida food fish. Its flesh Is easily FIIA Modernization Loans ..;
Plummer Drive. spent the week-end visiting her cooked readily digestible, and its V
NO DOWN UP TO MONTHS TO PAT
brother the Rev. Wesley C. price la lower than that asked for PAYMENT J6
W. R. Hobbs arrived from Melbourne Smeal, pastor of the Florida City any other meat in any of the toot
1 Ky., Wednesday to spend Free Methodist church.C. store
the winter tore.Mr SPECTER'SHORNEBLDQ.

L. Nlell of East Bend, N. C,
: *. A. B. Langham underwent' arrived last week for the winter NATUROLGAS HOMESTEAD FLA. PHONE 73
an operation In the County hospital and i* visiting at the home of his
Wednesday. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and FOR COOKING
Mrs Boy NieU.Spurgeon .

la Mrs.visiting W.her R. Cheshire son and daugher-m-of Pahokee Davis of Nlota, Tenn., Y. 0. LYON.ALWAYS anMRPTaAD SURE ILA.raomes I Your Face looks Better And Feels Better

law Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey arrived last week and Is a guest u

I I Cheshire. WbnYouShaveWithThlsNewtfPhw

Mr. and Mrs J, R. Brooks had
.i guests on Sunday Mr. and Mrs
W. Sanders Oramllrig of Miami : XSlade
t Beach Mn. W. S. Crarnllng and USED CARBARGJlr Gillette \

:r Mr*. Wm. Sander-, both of MIamI.; r

I i Mr. and Mrs. G. A. West had a.
week-end guests, their son Dukes.
of Pahokee and Mr. and Mn. Leon
Burnett of West Palm Beach and At Price!
their ton Leon Jr. Accompanyingthem
on their return .home was S
Mrs. Burnett's mother, Mrs. Vera V 5a

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A Trial Iil.aJS fN tJ&uhrj 1i wbaar

1933 Ford Pickup-very good condition
MeansA
TfT'OR you men who went nelly
i 1933 Plymouth Sedan-nice condition; priced A good-looking, comfortable ?
haves at a big saving bete
CustomerAT right. the beet new in yens You can
shave with a genuine Gillette Blade

1933 Ford Sedan! -priced to sell i1; '\" exactly precision...and made pay to only fit your lOc for riser 41 6 l

The new Thin Gillette la made of
1937 Ford 60 Tudor-good clean job easy-flexing steel bard enough to ,
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cut glase.What'a more,it has edge*
DRIGGERSService mechanically A-l of an entirety new kind that standup
i for one swell shave after an I
.t, Station I other. Buy a packngt. of Thin I
1936 Willys 77 Sedan-good small, econom- Gillette from your dealer today
and protect your face from smart
a
Third 8L
and
S. Krome Ave. ical car and bum caused by misfit blade
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!1 .. HOMESTEAD HIGH-LIGHTS -I The welcomed fifth Into grade Mrs is Bird's preparing room.a ILHNTS TO HOUSEWIVES ":. i j; :

Book Week program for Mrs. Bow ,
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l I VARSITY BASKETBALL The seniors are beginning a studying the eclipse of the moon CLOTHES FOR BoYS \ shorter for the mstl tx y. 'Th. { h
In science class They also have By Clarlne Belcher of trousers I '
PRACTICE STARTED study of business letters 1 length long definitely : ,.
some new library books Extension Clothing Specialist influences the appearance) and \ .
Squad practice started Monday The Juniors are working on maps
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durability of a suit Trousers ( .
with the following boys trying out and charts on Southern Life and MUSICAL NOTES Boys are frequently neglected \ '. .
ihould clear the floor by one-half .
tor the vanity and B teams: James Literature Culture. Robert Spear Is a new student when it comes to school clothes with
Inch in the back when fitted ,
Sullivan, Clinton Bishop, Edward Miss Jones' homeroom will enjoy In the band from Avon Park. He Normal active boys need clothing; shoes. .
Kirby, J. T. Godwin, Carlton half- holiday Friday. plays the soprano saxophone and which provides comfort and health!
Sweet, Fred Chapman, Charles The ninth grade has a new pupil every member In the band Is glad first, then durability A boy needs Smooth, firmly woven cotton
ij Mincer, Oscar Cloninger, Jack Mc- -Robert Spear from Avon Park. to welcome him. coats with long shoulders and generous fabrics prow durable for the bulk
, ,,; Mlchaael, Charles Connor, Matt The Woman's Auxiliary of the I All members of the baud are armholes, shirts with short of boys' clothes. Fn-ahrinkage i
Ballero D. L. Bowen Charles Episcopal church has donated sleeves and color-faitMse are) Important
Robertson looking forward to the new uniforms and open neck for summer
Ralph Delllnger, Billy Mof-I nature magazines to the school library for which they are now wear, trousers fitted snuglyat qualities required for service
fett, Walter Brannan Don Done, for another year. making plans. the waist with a roomy well cut Daily attention to clothing pays
t Lester Archer, Elmer Martin, Mrs. Bevo Webb has donated I seat, and proper hoes dividends In the time saved and
Robert Hobson, and Roland Caves Life magazine to the library. PLATS IN "OUB TOWN" Point to be considered In selection the improved appearance.. Boys
Those trying out for the Junior Lakeland, Nov. S.-Miss Betty of boys suits are fit, work- clothes must be kept clean with
High team are: John Blllelo, Steve HIGH SCHOOL ART NOTES Richards of Homestead has a part manship, and quality of materialFit suits and shirts neatly pressed and
Biondo, BIlly Forte, Arnold Me. The 7th grade girls are designIng In "Our Town," Thornton Wilder's means freedom from wrinkles shoes shlned. Careful hanging of f{
Jlwain, Sam Biondo, Bobby Dellln decorative trees with differ- play, which will be presented by because of largeness, freedom suite will obviate much pressing.To t
ger, Gene Minger, Felix Bollard, ent figures triangles, squares, circles the department of dramatics at from strain because of tightness, be well dressed, I boy shouldbe
Tom Harris, Wilbur Caves, Flernoy etc) and painting them In various Florida Southern College Novem correct waist line for trousers, and clean and neat and wear appropriate f
Lott, Fred Rhodes, and Roger color schemes ber 11 as a recreational feature of correct length of coat, sleeves and becoming and comfortable
Glenn, Miss Williams 7th grade art the three-day Congress on Democracy trousers. Quality of workman.! clothing.
From last year's varsity teamthere claw has just completed a muralon The cast will be made up of ihlp Is determined by eveness and
are only two letter men wild flowers in correlation with I 4) students and five faculty memo strength of seams, durability of i

back: Clinton Bishop and James Its English lessons bers. finishes and types of linings and Homestead Girl Scouts
Sullivan. The backbone of the Section II of the 7th grade has enforcements I

team will be built! from these two completed a mural on costumesof ESSAY CONTESTSPONSORED Warm suits are available in ..,-------
i husky six-footers Edward KIrby Europe in correlation with geography {woollens or worsteds Woollens materials .,
The beginner Olrl Scouts of the
of the most made of loosely twisted
one Improved players i
in the spring practice, will be a! A mural on the development of BYV.F.W.AUXILIARY wool fibers are soft and hold a Homestead Nasturtium Troop IS
profitable addition to the team. hones in American history has press only moderately well Home I met Saturday afternoon at the 1
of Skill begin f"
home Mrs. Frank to
Playing good basketball this year I Just been completed by the 6th spans and tweeds, examples of study the second class-
on
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grade girls woollens
Is hard-playing Carlton Sweet make satisfactory sport I ,
,Ralph Delllnger, Charles The 7th and 8th grade boys are clothe. Worsteda are made of badgeThey
J. T. Godwin and Charles Minter doing soap sculptureELEMENTARY I Tallahassee, Nov. 2.-An opportunity tightly twisted ;yarns and feel learned how to pitch tents, I
are some other upper classmen for high school students In harsher than woollens. Although i break carry make bed roils, fire j
who are showing good prospects ART NOTES Florida to win cash prizes totaling worsteds like serge gabardine, and prevention and fire building, how if
It Is believed that there will be Mrs. Thurman's second grade Is 12000 with $1,000 as first award: Bedford Cords wear and hold a to tend fire, how to put out a jy
making I mural flower garden for by fire, first aid around campfIre, tint
keen competition among the memo writing essays on "The Benefits press exceptionally Well, they develop I
bers of the squad for a varsity- reading of Democracy," was announcedby a shine easily 1 aid for snake bite and proper I(
berth since so many positions areas Mrs. Cooper's room Is doing Colin English, state superIntendent By carefully selecting shirts for equipment In camp. No borrowing ::1
yet undetermined, said Manager Jungle' scenes for geography of public instruction sleeve length and collar sizes, considerable : In camp Is stressed. "
Howard West.INTRAMURAL In the way of art, Miss Jackson's The contest is sponsored by the discomfort will be avoid They studied the blinded tulip,
--'- tint grade Is beginning a circus Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans ed. Shirts made of sanforized buttercup, turkey wing, chest rock
CLUBACTIVITIES sand table. of Foreign Wars of the United washable materials guaranteed to! oyster or coconut shell, and left-
The fifth and'sixth grades are States shrink not more than two per cent I winged shell, for the collection and
making Halloween masks out of Boys and girls regularly enrolled will insure lasting fit. badge work. r

i By Elwia Cooper paper sacks. In any public, private, or parochial Select trousers of knee length or The K. K. M. K. meet Saturday

The Senior B team 1- JlOME81'EA7 'EMINTAU' school In grades 9 through 13 evening at Mrs. Skill's home to Initiate
wlowbfoulht
t are eligible to compete The essay] N. W. 21st St., Miami, president, the back sliders of the club.
Iis' way this week. to_its second; in .,. ,_ .... NEWS may be written as a class assignment Mrs Evelyn Anflnson, 128 1-2: N. After the Initiations, stars were
abashes JllU'l.lJ'e'
II nr.lOIIIhlJ by merest room Has twelve trop. or as a personal endeavorEssays W 2nd ; Jupiter, planets,
Ave. Miami, studied. Mars
' rag Gallahet hf the finals of the IcU fish in its new aquarium and secretary
1i! must be BOO to
1,000 word Mrs. May VInal, 435 W 24th St., the constellations of Vega and Cassiopeia -
"<{,,, basketball tournament. In thechampionship their narcissus plants they received in length
Jacksonville located A brightmeteor
but week essay contest chair- were
game Oallaher was are sprouting. ,
Preliminary contests are to be
'f: not able to hold its own at the last Anna Fritz is welcomed Into Miss concluded in time to permit flllnf man. with I red tall was seen. f

. \\I, a* the team was greatly handicap Rays room. She is from Fort local winning essays with the date ,
! ped by the loss of Its captain Pierce. I contest committee not later than i
James Sullivan During the first The fourth grade pupils are delighted midnight of February 22. The national
haalf Gallaher was continually to have their new library winners will be announced Carload Of
out In front but during the last where they can read the books and I I I at the next V. F W. national encampment ..Z
'" half the lead keep a record of
changed hands several them In I small
times. The score was dead! book. A folder giving full Information
locked at the end of the second, The third grade pupils are studyIng I about the contest may be obtained
half, 28 to 28. Chapman of SeniorB plants that give us food They from the officers of the V. F W. BEAN SEEDJUST
put in a short shot during the alao have five new fish. Auxiliary Units in any community,
overtime period played, and the Mrs Thurmans room Is sorry or front the state department
Seniors upon regaining possession that Martha Ann LIndsey and John chairman State officers are u
of the ball, "troze" it until Clinton Hodges are sick The second grade follows: Mrs Nina I. Shiver, 132
Bishop was able to make the deciding pupils had a half holiday but Friday I
shot The championship : They have four new tropical II RECEIVED
team, under the leadership of Cap flali-gold moons and zebras They I nirHomestead's, .
tain Fred Chapman, played excel- also wish to welcome Betty Turner rirtT:

lent basketball. Other members of I a new pupil from Edison, Georgia ..'--
this team were Clinton Bishop, .
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Carlton Sweet, Howard West and Susanna Warner, from Winchester I
Henry Dodson. The hard playing Va, Is welcomed Into Mrs. Oldest INCLUDES:
sophomore team was captained by ; room Barber Shop
Ralph Dellinger with Charles Min- Miss Jackson first grade pupils I
ger, Charles Robertson, Elmer ire thrilled with the new aqua BOUNTIFUL
'Martin and T. G Rayburn giving rium. They are sorry that Jackie I D. L. BOWEN ,
strong backing Polk has been 111 I
In the upper bracket Gallaher defeated Some children have been found STRINGLESS BLACK
HAIRCUT .. ,_ .. 4k
Junior B and then went on to have 100 per cent perfect teeth m ,
to upset Senior A Jones had been when the dentist examined them. I SHAMPOO --- ..----- tOCI
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previously beaten by Senior A. In Halloween stories were told in MASSAGE tOe VALENTINETENDERGREEN
the seml-f/Inala of the lower bracket Mrs. Wynn's oral English class I COOL AND SANITARY I
the aggressive Senior B team The science class has fixed a ter- Expert and courteous service
waded through the Junior A rarlum A trial will be appreciated
team without much opposition. W. L. Bishop, from Clewlston, Is f II I I

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I': ALVAH TAYLOR WEDS MISS ARLENE ALGER GHOSTS GREET JUNIORS AT PARTY GIVEN' I I
The Calendar
: IN CHURCH CEREMONY BOONVILLEN.Y., I OUTDOORS 'MID WEIRD LIGHTS AND MASKS

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Ahrah B. Taylor of Syracuse, N. ture and for three year ha been Nov. S-Meeting of Episcopal Cheat peering from dark nook light from sulphurous flames In a

T. was married Sunday, October! employed In a Boonville beauty Auxiliary with Mrs. Wm. Hastingsat and crannies among the shrubbery charcoal pot over which hamburgers *

Ig, to Miss Arlene Margaret Alter, shop. I o'clock.Nov. I hi jolt enough weird green light later wan cooked. Doughnut

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John P. The bridegroom hi the eldest Meeting of Ad Astra, to show their hideout skull face and hot chocolate completed the
Alger, ef Boonvilla, N. Y. according chapter of O. E. S. I refreshment
son of Mr. and Mr*. R. D. Taylorof ;
greeted members of the class of
to word received hen >esteray. Nov. Townaend dub meetIng Oat member present
Colqultt Ga, who resided in tl when they gathered In the out. were:
school at Miss
In Neva King Cooper Betty Brown, Mia Adrian
The ceremony was performed Homestead from 1919 to 1827. lie 2:30: o'cJodt.Hov. I door living room of the home of Callahan, Mia Iris Caplinger Mb

,In the Delaware Baptist church: eBoonvUlo < was bora la Colqultt and educated S.-South Dade Garden I Mr. and Mrs. Ben Archer for a France Lamb, MUu Betty Jane
of which the bride li a In the schools: of Homestead and Club meeting with Mn. Annie R Halloween party given by their Meybem, Miss Katherine Orfanedes. -
member by the) pastor ef the Miami. From 1831 to 1837 he was Butler. I room mothers, Mr. Archer and Miss Jamie Richards, Miss

church, the Rev. Calvin Tliomp on. employed in the mechanical and Nov '.Meeting of Homestead. Mn. A. R. Meybem, Tuesdaynight Julia Frances Sullivan Mill Doris

Two attendant, Mr and Mrs. WU- news departments of the Leader- B. P. W. C. at I p. m. in Hospitality Warr, Ralph Andrews, Lester Ar-
Lam U. Hutton, lifelong friends of EnterprUe He was president of House. In addition to the Inanimate cher, Edwin Booth, Joe Byrum
the bride, completed the wedding the B. Y. P. U. of the First Baptist ghosts there were live ghost who Richard Caves Charles Conner,
i party. church of Homestead and was active Nov. 7.-Maetlng of Redland composed a reception committee. Archer Dodson, Elbert Dolar,

The bride *ors a plaid wool In the organization of the Neighborhood Circle with Mn. Halloween cola and Jack-o'- Fred Fuchs, Eldred! Gilmer, J. T.
sports costume with blue acceaao- Redlund District Young People' Geo. Wright lanterns and death's head grinned Godwin, Jack McMichael, Sheridan -
Association For nine he Nov. 7,-Meeting of general W. from vantage point In the trees
rles and red row coruge M...Hut-, yean Miller Robert Sykes and El-
ton wona dubonnet silk sports was a member of the Florida Na- M. S.Nov. and shrubbery bert West

("stUllwith matching acccuonn. tional Guard of Miami In which he 7.-Work meeting of Home. Prizes in a costume contest were Present betide the JuUor class:
and rod rose corsage attained the rank of sergeant During stead Home Demonstration Club. awarded by vote to Elbert Dolar members were: Mr. and Mrs.
Nov. 8 General of W.
A graduate of Boonville HighS the past two years be has been meeting Fred Fucht and Lester Archer Archer, Mrs. Meybem, Miss Grlf-
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hoot, he bride attended the connected with a large wholesale "Fortune telling" and apple fie Blair Harry Martin and Theodore -
Nov. of HomesteadP
I.-Met'tln
Syracuse School of Beauty Cul- company in Syracuse bobbing were conducted fay the Knowlei.
T. A. executive committee at

I MISS ROSE CAVES ENGAGED TO MARRY I I:3 o'clock Nov 8.-Meeting of University '"HAUNTED HOUSE" CHOSEN AS SETTINGFOR I

JOHN RUDOLPH GOSSMAN ON NOV. 29 Club Becker at In home Florida.of City Mrs with L.Mrs R. REDLAND SENIORS' HALLOWEEN PARTY) ,

The engagement of Miss Rose who have been in Homestead since Roger Snow a* hostess
Phillip Caves to John Rudolph its very early 4aya She was I Nov B-Meeting of Homestead "haunted house" in Carolyn and Valeria Campbell,
announced ,Horns Demonstration Club was the scene of the Halloween Miss Frances Kerr
Oossmun I* being by graduated from Homestead High Miss Bonnie
her parent, Mr. and MM. Albert Nov 9.Covered dish supper party of the Redland High School Groover Miss Lucille West Miss
school in 11135. Senior dais and their .
Robert Cave The wedding will ot American Legion and Auxiliary.Nov. guests.Ghost Aleda Sage, Miss Phyllis Jensen
take place at 4 p. m. on Nov 29,at Mr. Ooisman is the son of Mn 10( -Benefit card party of stories were told by Carl Robert !Rivers Harold Craft Joe

Palm Lodge, famous horticultural Lydia Gossman of Redland. He Altar Society Schmidt, Cohen Leggett and Gilbert DiNatale, Charles Doby, Noah Peterson -
show place the home of CoL and wa born in Princeton and was Nov. 13.-Meeting of Monday Ogden. Dancing and other Alvin Prothero, Clyde
Mrs H. W. Johnston maternal graduated from Redland High Music Club with Mrs Frank Haus- Halloween game were enjoyed. Chamber, Lewis Little, Cecil Par

.r av'f the bride-elect I school. He wa graduated from man at 3:30: o'clock. ThOM present wen Miss Mil- ker, Cohen Leggett, Gilbert Ogden
Miss who wa born In the University of Florida last spring Nov. 14-Meeting of Homestead dred Craft, Mill Dorothy Edwards Carl Schmidt, and the room
Homestead li also a ".nddauh-I and has been teaching the Little Woman' Club. I Miss Suzy Leggett, Miss parent Mr. and Mn. Tom Tor-
ter, of Mr. and Mrs. R. River schools Nov 13.-Meeting of HomesteadP. Ateeda Roberta, Miss Merle January bert and Mr. and Mn. George
T. A. at I o'clock, ; Miss Betty Lou Harris, Misses Cooper.

I : '"WIZARD OF OZ" HALLOWEEN PARTY GIVEN I Class.Nov. 13.-Meeting of Gleaners'

BY YOUNG PEOPLE OF METHODIST CHURCH Nov. .-Meeting of W. M. S.
i circle sit
A "Wizard of Ot" Halloween Field, Mrs. J. E. Close, Mn. Moeer Nov. 23-Meeting of Dorcas
party wa given Monday night by Miss Leola Little. Misses Helen Class. SilverJubilee
the Young People's Department of Antoinette and Sue Moy, Miss Nov. 23,-Meeting of Junior ,
the Homestead Methodist Churchin Effle Booth, Miss Eloise Gossman, Music Club with Mary Frances (J (J
the recreational room of the Miss Marybelle Oibbs, Misses and Ruth Rutland.
Sunday: School building. Phyllis and Catherine Bell, Miss i Nov. 27-Meeting of Jennie Lob-
Mn. Ivan Moser, dressed as the Nella Saul, Misses Helen, Mildredand dell Circle with Mn. Paul Reynolds -
Cowardly Lion, won the prlae for Margaret Field Miss Lillian I SALE
the bert costume All characterswere Booth, Miss Mary McNeill, Miss Dec. Meeting of W. M. u. Circle
represented. Dorothy Faircloth, Mia Doris Kelly *. I

Bobbing for apples wa a main Miss Iris Caplinger, George; Dec 6.-Meeting of Legion Auxiliary -
y event of the ev enlng Min Helen Grunwell, Allen Harford, Douglas In Legion HaU.MISS Rexall Remedies Everone Needs
Moye had charge of the Halloween Sweeting, Albert January, D.
L. Bowen. Carlton Sweet Robert I JEMCE RIVERS TO
games played. WED sss ,. eh d4 ... Effervescent .
Thou present were: Mr. and Cant, Roy Nelson, Sparkman Holding EARL C. NELSON DEC. 15
Carbolic Salve
2 for 2Gc Liver Salts 2 for SIc
Mi' Dave Williams, Mn Lloyd and WiUard NormanCHICKEN Mr and M/*. O C Rivers are
.1 ae mine fun ping Brno
announcing the engagement of

Jl'NIOR'Of.'S'8 CUB DINNER ENJOYED their daughter, Jenlce. to Earl C Dyspepsia lIypophosphites

TO BEGIN REHEARSALS BY HOMESTEAD: TEACHERS Nelson of Hollywood Tablets 2 for Gte Comp Clear
I The wedding will take place at
Rehearsals for the second an- A chicken dinner was enjoyed by: the Rivers home on Doc 19 t lie. ... d-,. or Cloudy 2 for 1.01

nual Junior Woman'i Club caba- the members of the Homestead Miss River was born in Prince Throat Gargle 2 for 2Ge ace. Twihoie Press
ret to be hold on NcV 25 In the '. With Tweezer 2 for 26c
school faculty and their families ton and I* a graduate of the Red- see none "
Hordoe-Harrla packing house on Wednesday night In the FutureFarmer land High School She attended Kidney Pills 2 for Sle Vapt7re-
W Eighth street, will begin tonight the Homestead Business College
at the Homestead Woman'i clubhouse. After dinner,I For the past four years, she has age Larkspur W" for Colds 2 for 1.01
Club building under the directionof various games were played. .
been connected with the local te a. guar'.
Mill Lillian Connelly Those present were: Mr. and bank. Lotion 2 for 2Gc Klens-AU 2 for 2Gc
Mrs. J. O. Wynn, Mr. and Mrs.
Anyone from South Miami to c.J Mr, Nelson 1* the ion of Mr and
Hagler Rice, Mr. and Mrs. W.
the Keys interested taking part Mrs. Conrad Nelson of Princeton.He .
Bird Mr and Mrs. H. G. DEPENDABLE 7 PRODUCTS
on this program la liked to contact is employed in Hollywood.
Mr. and Mn. T. J. Bleler
Thuanan'l
the talent committee, competed of
Mn. W. M. Fifield
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Mr. T. J. Walker, Mr Robert Sts d..t ... Davis Add lit era Taw
Mr*. L. L. Hood, Mr. and Powder
Canute and Mrs Augustus Wynn. I or Lanolin 2 for 2Gc
Blackburn Mr. and Mrs. Harry ,
There will be boys' girl,' and Cooper, Mr, and Mr. J. It Rut-: Crystals 2 for 18e ales ass tns piong ...
mixed choruses, number
specialty land. Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. N. Wake- Me sir s M Ihhl or mid 'Ioow Flavor Mineral

and Impersonation field. Mn. W. B. Mills Mr. Virginia Cod Liver Oil 2 for Sle Oil 2 for 1.01

MM. Adrian Jacob will play Edward, Miss Betty Bow, v W el sir tae plot Met .lasso 'Ie sir full along
the accompaniment or the east Mia Mary Jackson Miss Eula Ray, Cod Liver Oil 2 for LOt Peroxide
Costume will arrive next week Mia Lois Behrena, Mill Eleanor A sea s,. a.p.ene
and picture will be displayed locally. Holf rty, Miss Helen Bixler, Min Licorice Hydrogen 2 for 3Gc
I dr. 2 for 26c
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Emily Jones, A. T. Jackson, X. e pal ,... Slack
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Reservation may be second J. Hester, Barbara Jean and Norton : I Cr. of" Ps'lJium Seed 2 for G1e
Tartar 2 for
from the ticket committee composed Wakefield, Janet Cooper and 26c .Ie.... II T-toss. rut ,,_..
e of Mr*. Harold Oxford and James Thurman. pwe.tA1 "I en UhinitJs Tabs. 2 for 26e

Mr Ansel Barrow. I I Es. Peppermint 2 for 31c on ... rN T-Mss Ball etroqtlo
The) program, finance and advertising rev e.a '1ra tht1I' was peg 'rav t ea P. D Rhiniti Tabs. 2 for .slc

ire under the direction of Make ReservationsNow Uar lose a Us keen -**a a Cascara tr.We.r 06 T,.

a committee headed by Mr. June Bulk Nis .eot W we. V* ,Aromatic! 2 lr 2Gc Rochelle Salt 2 for 2Gc
Bird. She Is assisted Mrs fur- For
by say at boodle red U fcs lWr .
ley Pendy, Mn. Herbert Turner, *< *! ISM*.. W* SMOODMUlSheltoa Glycerin & Senna Leaves
Mrs Rudolph Mattaon. Mrs. Alma 2 for lie
Doxiee, Mrs. Robert Glenn Jr., Jr. WOMAN'SCLUB Therml,oe Creaolfnole Rose Water 2 for 26c n. dav ,.... at U.

Mrs, Wynn. Mr. Oxford and Miss Waves ... .... t .. Soda l\hnt
p Pearl Whltaker GVBARETSAT.TmV. Unl .*__ TI MMSLICE'S MIN- ....... CM- Glycerin 2.for '26c Tablets 2 for 26c:

The entire upstair of the pack .* '

Ing house will be used and three 23 BCAUTVPARLOR I fRIDAY SATURDAY

time a. many guests may be accommodated .

a* last year | Hardee-Hairl ......
will 11-.1 lIoC1wp weed.-A5.e THE DIXIE DRUG
The money be used to help| Packing Hens : o"w .1

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ARMISTICE OAT SETTEE. CAMPBELL 8MTCMARE: hidden objects. Harry Bowen won
PLANNED BY AUXILIARY HOSTESSES AT DANCE the prize In the contest( dropping
Plan for the Armistice Day supper beans Into a Jar. 1pthddtyalloween
Social which will be held next Thursday Misses Jeannette and Annette. games were entfyed -
Events I night In the Legion Hall were c.mpbeUrt hostesses at a arid Mr. Hlndman told ghost
completed at the meeting of the dance at the home of their parents, stories.
Legion Auxiliary Wednesday night Mr. and Mn. A. J. Campbell on Those present were: Betty Graham
at the home of Mrt. Edw. J. Norm Thursday of last week. Louise and Mary Ellen Dear-

ANNOUNCEMENT RECEIVED OF Miss Constance Hunter and Inj, Fay and Lola Pierce Llllle 1
MARRIAGEOF A covered dish supper will be George Wright were prize winnersIn Little, Edith and Lillian Booth, t
MISS DOROTHY HAINES IN EUSTIS, FLA. held tor nil member of John O.' the smooth dancing. Mia Catherine Dorothy Kyle There Callahan,
--- Salley post and their families and Marsh and Marvin Frlttchard Mary Robert, Iris CtpUn I'. Mary
Announcement of the marriage wU a popular member of the Red- the Auxiliary member and their,' were winners In the Jitterbug contest Jo Close Sue Moye Doris Kelly rt
families. Theda Pocotor, John Maven,
of Miss Dorothy Xllxaabeth Halves land :younger setTha f
The president, Mrs. Lamar Kendrick -! Vests Bakers, O. L Carter Louis
to Bennett Land, Jr., at Euitlv Sandwiches, cookies and punch
family later moved to San announced that the Past
I Fakers, Harry Bowen, Clarence
18 received served.
Fla on Sept. WM by were
fort where Mr. Maine, who had President' Parley would be held I
Williams Hubert Smith Bobby
friend In Homestead and Redland Those present were: Miss Mary
this week.Mm. of been mechanical superintendent next Wednesday: at the home of i iMI'II. France Arthur, Mist Edna Forte, Dellinger, Mrs. C. D. Makers and
the Miami
Daily Metropolis under Augusta Manning Miami
I Mr. and Mrs Hlndman
Miss Nina Dyal. Mill Jane Gatlln.
.. Land lived In Redland S. Bobo Dean
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accepted a similar It was decided to hold the meet-
about ten :yean ago with her parents position on the Sanford Herald Ing once Instead of twice month. Miss Kathleen Freeman Miss MRS. T. J. r.\iJsT WINNIE: !
,, Mr. and Mn. Claude A. published Louise Pacettl Miss Lois Carpenter IN -TELErilONEBRIDGE a
by Mr. Dean' son*. Mn. The next meeting will be held. at
Haines, when Mr. Haines was fore- Maine died several yean ago. the Legion Hall on Dec. 8. Miss Nina Bullard Min Mary Mrs T. J. Faust won high score
man of the Leader-Enterprise mechanical Mr. and Mn. Land were married Those present were: Mrs W. E. I Elizabeth Kyle, Miss Hunter Miss prize in the "telephone" bridge i
department. Miss Haines In St. Thomas Episcopal Rhcney, Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, Jr., Marsh, Fred Borgardt Edmond Pa party of the Ad Astra Chapter of
attended Redland High School and church of Eustis.I Mrs. Jake Brooks, Mn Fritz I cettl, Dan NelU, Harold Campbell. the O. E. S. Monday afternoon at
Schroeder, Mrs. J. A. Smith, Mrs. Clinton Bishop, J. B. Seats, Whitney the home of Mr*. E. J. Dyal A
Wm. J, Ceronimo. Mri M. A. Berger Beam Carl Deden, Clyde Bow- grand prize will be given to the
LIONS AND THEIR INDIES MAKE MERRY
den, John Walton, Roy Martin
winner from all the
I Mn. H. O Hall Mn. Jesse I high score
- AT THEIR CLUBHOUSE ON HALLOWEENThe Gossman Mn. Harold Sheffield, i Charles Sullivan, Fred Chapman, chapters In the district
Harold Vrana Lllburn Nixon,
Mn. Fred Redd, Mn. Phillip I Mn. A. M. Logan won second tt,
Halloween spirit prevailed The musician were: Miss Carmel Reams, Miss Ruth Fox Mn Kendrick Noah Peterson, Joe Harden John prize, Mrs. Claude Campbell third {d
In decoration and mood at DeSantls, violinist; Edward Suss- and Mrs. Norman. Miss Teresa Barker, Delma Rhodes, Roy Campbell prize, and Mrs. Joe Hall, low _
the ladle night meeting of the man, cornetist, and Miss Dean Redd and Miss Helen Norman Jimmy McConnell, James prize. Mrs. Robert Bell won high '
Redland District Lions Club Tuesday Forthmer, soprano. Lal Edwards Junior members, were also present Forte, Marvin Pritchard, George score prize in Chinese checkers
night I wax accompanist Wright and.the Misses Campbell. Potted plant were given a* prize
The Lion and their guests wore Harley Core discussed the life at each table.
the proverbial paper hats and operated and accomplishments of President COSTUME HALLOWEEN' PAin. HALLOWEEN PARTY GIVEN Lime pie and coffee were ...rv.ed -
noise maker James Madiion. GIVEN FOB CHILDRENA FOR HILEAGCEThe About twenty-four guest
*A musical program was presented Club business will be discussedat costume Halloween party was Hi-League of the Homestead were present ih
student of the Methodist church was entertainedat '-- .-..-----
by musical
the meeting next Tuesday given by Mn. J. M. Scarborough
school of the University of Miami. night for her children, Mabry and Mary a Halloween party Friday at the Mr, and Mr*. 1. M. Scarborough i
Janet at the Scarborough home on home of the sponsor, Mrs B. M. had M dinner guests on SundayMr.
Hlndman. and Mn. F. E. Deas of H3a-
GIRL SCOUTS S. W. 2nd avenue Friday atler-
HONORED AG
STUDENTS
HONORED "
Mary Roberta and Theda Proctor leah.
AT HALLOWEEN PARTY WITH HALLOWEEN PARTY noon. won prizes In locating the most (Continued on Page Eleven {
Favor of and horn
were
cap
Marlon Edmonds: entertainedthe The Homestead I
Chapter of the
given the guests. Apple were
Homestead Girl Scouts at their Future Farmers
sensual Halloween party Tuesday of America hon- eatetn from a string, the tall pinned
ored the
agriculture student of
on cat and other Halloweengames t tt
Bight at the home of her parents the eighth and
ninth grades and I
Redland Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Edmonds In their friends at a Halloween party In were Halloween playd.colors.Dcorationswere

Monday In the Future
night Farmers -
Those Frames
present were.
Halloween decorations and va- clubhouse.
[ Foster Maxine Walker MmjFraneea 6
1-colored lights were used
he lawn OWl I Various Halloween games were I Morton Joylene Mm k
Bellegrne Bullard who was played. Indoors.Those |I Ruth Rutland, Barbara Jean Smith
dressed as a ghost won the prize present were Mary Ellen Barbara Jean Wakeflrld >)ale
for the best costume Barbara Jean 'Dcarlng, Charlotte Geronimo, Betty Faust Donald Alex Clinton Cooper -
Smith, Frances-Foster, and Susanne Bailey, Angela Ballero, Dolly Charles Martin, Jim Brown,
Brown won prizes in guessIng -.I Barnett AIda Connor, Catherine Joe and Gene Reynolds Mabry and
numbers. : Dixon, Clarice Dodson Shirley Mary Janet Scarborough, Mrs. A.
Weiner, marshmallows and apples I Doxsee, Phllllpa Coff Geraldine D. Smith, Mrs. J. A. Deas and Mn.
were roasted over the outdoor Griffin, Dorothy Kyle, Theda Proctor Scarborough.
fireplace. Hot chocolate, I ; Mary France Rutland, Catherine ,
punch, cookie and candy were Rohrer, Lois Pierce, Mavis Lanier Whitehead, Dave Varnadoe
also seryed. Halloween favor I,Watts Dorothy Sullivan, Athley and Geo. N. Wakefleld chapter ad-
were given. Kemp, Virginia Hilliard Libby viser. ,
Others present were: Mr. and :Jane Buck, Louise Dearing, David
Mrs. James Hudson Mn. Frank Barnes, Jack Barnes, John Bille- "Dr. Leonard W.
Skill, Ruth Rutland, Katherine and lo, Stevie Biondo Sam Biondo, Al- .lIaskln'l
Ann Shackleford, Margaret and bert Byrum, Homer Byrum Bobby ttNtalMM nrou.a .hi..are a.wrtas ..
Betty Stlllman, fatty Robinson, Dellinger Billy Forte, Horace GLASSESDR.R.S.AKERS ,
Jackie Goodlng, Lamar Griffin Lynn.
Buck Ardel Parman Barbara
-
Miller, Wilda Betts, Barbara Irwin, Gene Mlnger, Arnold Mcll- 141 C..N.Wr.II. It. ftnt Ale.... .,.... PI. 'I

Horne, Gretje Terburg, Margaret wain, Ben Shuler, Hubert Smith, ... .,.c- __ A '
Barrel, Carla Joyce Hobson, Julia Warren Robinson, Fred Rhodes .. I
Ann Lee Barbara Jean Wakefield, II
Mary Catherine Suber, Betty: Gat- G. 0. Brewster, M. D. I pAINT does more than beautify ;
1In, Betty Bailey, Vara and Anne j "
,
i home and make it more'attractive. *
Rheney, Dora Scott and Melba Eye Ear Nose and Throat your

/anWlnkle. Treatment DENTISTOffice I Paint protects and acts as ,;

ORORITY G'iV'iSDANCE Glasses Fitted
noon: S a. m. to < Po" ,
OR RUSHEES an armor against the onslaughts of
The Kappa Phi Delta sorority onto k..n .. II sad IAppoint rMte Sandals t to IS 1
onored Its rushees at a dance at Closed Saturday I wind and rain and moisture and sun.

he home of Miss Mary Grace Off" at gamer Krems Aft. wWMcsd I
ngllth! Monday night Sandwiches 8419" Free Parking Space

nd punch were served. .4 MOMS ITM N. W. HTH ST. MIAMI If the paint on your home has begunto
Those present were: Miss Vir-
Inia Dorsey Miss Lucille "IU.. N.. Sill PUunE I-Illl : crack peel, or show signs of giving

4iss Frances Lamb Miss welt'l -
V.TT, Miss Nina Dyal Miss way to Enemy Weather, let us checkup
Conner, Miss Betty Brown, Miss
Jarbara Done, Miss Mary France DR. M. A. BERGER Be sure that your eye are a* and tell you how you save now by ;
rthur, Miss Bonnie Groover, Mist good aa your brakes-have them
achel Gossman, Miss Edwina Dentist tested at least once each year a new protective coating.If .

Hose, Misses Annette and Jeanette DR. F. P. ARCHER
Campbell, Mill Wava Heron -

Cathleen, Miss Freeman Louise Barnes Milt ,Cathtr-Miss Office Hours 8:30-1:30: AND SON you wish, take advantage of the

ne Marsh, Miss Edna Forte Miss Consulting Optometrists FIIA Modernization Credit Plan, ;
instance Hunter, Milt Nina Bull- First National Bank K24 W. Flatter St, Miami. !

.rd. Miss Effte Mae Waters, Miss gym I..I.--Lt_ 0...... which allows you to paint! at once
xmlse PacettL Edward Kirby. Building I Ia.- __I... Fla.1 ''I
'red- Chapman, Howard West, plrMton of Tb. AMHmii I pay for the Job in convenient h
lily Moffett John and Billy Wal- Open Evening by Appointment School for OptWSsueDR.
on, Herbert Booth, Elwln Cooper I I 'and!:! y installments. ,
T. Godwin Eugene Saunders, "
tanley Jenner, Carl Deden, Noah i I'
,
eterson William McMichael El-j CALL US TODAYI I '
ner Martin Billy Hobbs, Edmond I Icettf. C. 11. DENBY
Clinton Bishop, Berhm

tinson, Theodore Knowles, and ,. ..'{ .
41ss English. '" Osteopathic PhysicianPhone J t.
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Dr. R. J. Elliott I 39Homestead Brooker Lumber Co.


CHIROPRACTOR I II Fla. ,
I I Homestead Fla. Phone 62
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RedlandRattler I rftyon may rwemlrlwo01 in aplljNranceJt For Wesleyan Team

I The IlIints! to If w* as warm a* wool jfIfeoan

apr a* ts"n# 4 fabric to t3.., NOV -W\vt\ Edna!: '
Br railU* JfcWSENIIHttMMttMltMX well suited 4 vHMtg&tlmata, as Nell IfcHards, dsuaghttu of the
: ,..<..'"......,... ".ltWftleM lll HSUU ll itSIUltM......t.t.,.....llttflllHIMMIIMIIfMMPARENTS ...." I Rev. and Mrs J. J, Richards of I II I
It can! be worn early in the fall ,
ARE INVITED TO Teachers Association, and the Pa Housewives Homestead, has been elected to I
SCHOOL THURSDAY rent-Teacher association and it I dad late lea the spring, a* well aa I tnwiSfr rilp tn the newly orgnn- :i

will join the NntloMKT Mucattlon 4.444 HH In winter Another good feature izi'd Tennis Club at Wesleyan College ;
American Education Week begins association the Florida Bdvcation 1* the ease and success In laundering I officers of the college Athletic
Nov 5 SCHOOL CUTHBS.FOa GIRLSBy Association have
on Sunday and en announced,
association and the Red Cram before at home.
Thursday, Nofl, "open hou.." Chrlitmai. Clarln Belcher Membership in the club is now obtained .
will be held for the parents of Extension Clothing Specialist The sweater and wool skirt, a on a .

pupil and others that are interested Miss Bertha Nill Hausman attended Planning a suitable school wardrobe I youthful costume 1* a practical Miss Richards;a II:8 at the 'I
for winter school day
In the school activities Class the quarterly meeting of Is receiving attention In many choice college, holds office as senior rep :
Seta of twin sweaters, skirts and
routine will not be charged. Home Florida home Sine considerable resentative to the college government
the Southeastern Florida
washable blouse, when planned to
The theme this year I* "Educa Economic Association held In information is available on association and pictorial editor :1
harmonize, can be used to vary
tion for the American Way of Fort Lauderdale Saturday. Dr. clothes for the younger child, you the costume as well a* to meet the of the Veterropt, student annual .
Life." It I II most timely and deserves Ruth Connor, president of the may find these wardrobe suggestions temperature change occurring: Last ;year, aha wa a member -

study in every community lUte home ecoomlci association, for the teen-age girl helpful during a school day. Good quality of her class soccer team. I

Our forefather recognized that was the main speaker. sweaters launder well If proper
the education- the people wa i Officers were elected for the Dresses designed for school method are used. The jumper FAIR WORK UNDER: WAY i

imperative If America was to uc- 'year, M.... John L. Butts who should permit comfort and freedom style dress U becoming to the With the completion of the new j
ned M a demovracy. tin charge of the vocational pro of movement. Select a becoming youthful figure. Changes in exposition: building, stow under
Underlying aU else that the 'gram in Dade county, wa elected style which If simple to blouses offer both costume variations construction which replaces Snow !
teaching profession and the friends president; Mil Martha Toll of make and easy to iron neatly with and simplicity. This dress Hall the Florida State Fair at

of education can do l II the necessity Fbrt Lauderdale vice-president; little effort or time. design well adapted to rem d. Tampa win have the most modern
Miss Ethel Flinn of Lake Medium weight fabrics of plain I
of maintaining enlightened Worth eling. and up-to-date grounds and equipment -
public opinion regarding educa secretary; and Miss Eunice Grady, weave can be expected to render Frequently the lame dress can of any fair In the nation. The R
service. The additional cost of
home demonstration agent of Dade and be worn for school and sportswear 1949 Florida State Fair will beheld j
tion.The county, treasurer. buying color-fast pre-shrunk at Tampa January SO to February .
theme and topics for American crease-resistant fabrics will be I A practical addition to any .
o Education Week this year art more than compensated by the girl's wardrobe Is the playsuit 9.ICE 4
built largely around the report of Under Mr. Ora, supervision, which li useful to wear for playing .
satisfaction gained. Cotton material .
the Educational Policies Commission the the science classes are buildingup with such as suitings, pique, poplin working outside, camping and MAKERS TO MEET I
on the purpose of education laboratory equipment gingham, broadcloth, chambray; doing many home task If a Florida ice manufacturer 'Will
In American democracy.; chemical, biological and physical; seersucker, crash and percale are matching skirt Is made, a double hold their fourteenth annual con ;
Theme for Sunday. Nov. 8, U: apparatus. When they have completed desirable because they are inexpensive duty costume results, using the vention in Miami, Nov. 11 and 14, '
their
"The place of religion In our democracy project, they will poises durable and playsuit and skirt for any occasion K L. Vaughn secretary of the assoclaflon -
well
a equipped
laboratory
," for Monday, "Educationfor : Bright cheerful color where tailored[ sportswear Is ap announced.

Mlf-reallzatlon for Tuesday Mill Sayer'i clais-hai a new to be color-fast to light WUhable'j propriate. 'Choose I design which,
pupil
"Education for human relationships Ing add to give comfort and perfect freedom
Arthna .
Wray from Kansas.
;" for Wednesday, "Educationfor dress. Printed fabrics are ;youth I and material- which U wash-, NATURAL! CASTOR ;

economic efficiency," for Mini Kerfoot Is happy to announce ful and gay and practical because able.Comfortable
Thhursday, "Education. for civic that the also has a new they do not show soil and wrinkles I and attractive COOKING
respoonslbllity;; for Friday, "Culti pupil, Carolina Gaffney, of Michigan I readily. I clothing has much to contribute to NOME BETTER
vating the love of learning;" for Spun rayons tailored atn wool the physical and mental health V. D. L1'ONS-PHO ,51
Saturday "Education for freedom. dress styles make I la-I I I of the growing girl

Mrs. Daniel fourth grade had J
The art department I Is -
bringing
: charge of the assembly program
Its tapestries to a flnlih. Now the ,
Friday morning They had the devotionals -
pupil are beginning posters of varied then the class tang two

colored cardboard for National songs, "School Day" and a safety SPECIAL SUMMER BARGAIN
Education Week on Nov. 5, song. A tap dance wa given by :
National Book Week on Nov 12, Whoopee Lee, Marllou Harris, and 1
end National Art Week on) Nov. 20. Barbara Jean Grate Twelve of ,
Book week will be observed I
the class gave "Mother Goose
Nov. 13-18. The theme it "Books "
Teaches And an October
Around the World." given;
k Mr Nettle acrostic was by seven of the

hn s offered a prize to the persona alas Mary Stuardi gave a reci Six and This Total of 124 IssuesHere's
having the beat book potter, tation. A Halloween exercise was Magazines Newspaper--A

f given by seven of the class.
The biology clan is happy to

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announce that it ha added two W w.NwNNMnMNM11.MN.wNNN ? W All Seven
flying sqvilmls to lit collection of RED LAND 4-II CLUB What You Get!

animal life. McCall's Magazine..12 Issues For Only
Mr Mlsa Delaney came down from
Alyce Tyree cafeteria
supervisor
wan down Wednesday, Miami. and gave u* our record Woman's Home Companion ..........12 Issues

Sho suggcted that we sail the hamburgers I lgardening.I book She food gave preparation out leaflet, and on Farm Journal-Farmer's Wife .... 12 Issues $ 00
sandwiches, Ice cream,
mid school supplies ,il l the writ end ,taking. We lang a song we had Country Home ...... ............. 12 Issues 2
prepared to ling We also sang
of the cafrtfrlaThe Journal
'other songs among them our 4-H American Poultry ...-....... 12 Issues

P T A with the help c>r nng, "Dream In,." Southern Agriculturist .................... 12 Issues .
A 4-H pnrty was held last Than*
the members And cafeteria mnnn- day lit the home of Betty Jenkins. The Leader-Enterprise I ................"" 52 I Issues Add 50o If Leaxter-rnterprlM Is to
MIImade $3233 on the carnival! be sent outside Dade County
.
upper.
TURNER PASSES TEST


night in the Otllicil boxing I Ogden outcries ik entod"11(1.Ti ,"i-\ Tallahassee, Nov, Vernon W. Regular Value $4.00You Save $2.00YOU
Turner of Homestead
was amongIB
n\m Mills,
150.pond'rrII'I"
\
applicants who were suceawtut
1'iDtlicro 100 pound won; Kenneth over IMrlc Greor Vlhlcn over in the teachers' examinations heldrecently WILL GET ALL SEVEN publications, and if you are already a

Kenneth Lat!, 95 pounds Grovtr In Dade county accordIng subscriber to ANY of these SEVEN publications, your present subscription
to Colin English state superintendent
,
pounds Hi Unison; 'Polly over Johns Lester, over White Robert, 90 of public Instruction will be extended.; Mail or bring the coupon below to our office AT

Wunn. 140 pound; and Ch rlss ONCE, and you will receive THE SIXBIGl\IAGAZINEScachmonthand
TI impson. over Bill Giutler 149p READ THE WANT ADS
THIS NEWSPAPER each
<'"mb. in the relay races Cap- week-that's 72 magazines and 52 newspapers

turn, Chambers defeatAed Captain Qoticla. -124 issues in all for only $2.00. ORDER AT ONCE because we may soon

Stipp.Ml TIIE have to withdraw this offer or advance the price.
'
_. Delaney. 4.11 director, OLE
ilnun from the Miami office. was She .. -------------------....... ... ..........--.--...

H. Mout rmid books and fOX' a.n.enmomm
pi.,lined lh< m to the joiinRpr girls I.1%, NIP
Tliclub ni. d' $4 25 nio'lt, out of I, Use* This Coupon and Save $2.00
II pink: i IIIMI" dp ut 111" <",rnivd..e ,

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.Yi> Hie Jt'dJ.lllo1. tinrhri-, attended' 00 Gentlemen: Date...................................,........
the Oud i '"11to'o( ("I In i nuwtin ,
in? SatUldiv >In Jhe Miami High I
'* ., "lool>> KfdLmd has IW i IH'c Quitimmbemhip I Yes, indeed, I want to accept your magazine offer before it is with-

in the Classroom JACKSbHYILLE'SLEADING drawn. Enclosed is $2.00 in FULL PAYMENT for a ONE YEAR'S subscription -

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HOTEL xt w or !renewal, to your newspaper and the following six publications

'" Make Reservations w ,. ., c ae. : .
NoW For I 1N .. ..,. Add sea If Leader-Enterprise Is to. be lent enUU'fade County '

COMFORT SUMMERtr McCALfg MXcAfimS'. -:..::.."..'.,.-..',. 1 yeaif" COUNTRY, HOM!:..-.....,,? u year4 "
n.n aft e e e a
Jr. WOMAN'SCLUB tea..rw..aw.,.a...s., s.a tease e.e aN"a ? WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION_,-, lye r AMERICAN POULTRY JOURNAL,."

N CABARET 1,10wseesewrass.rsonsruucts=4 madwcry. rAJlM JOURNAL-rAXMBR'S WIT1L I year SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST! ._ ly,arMy

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Friday November 3.1939 THE LEADER- NTERPISE_ Page Eleven_


''' 'I ALTAR SOCIETY COMPLETES study of the book; .

vENTS PlANS FOR CARD PARTY Others present were. : Mn. S. H

SOCIAL I Fitch, Mn. Catherine Pickard! CLASSIFIED ADS

.... -,,--- The Altar Society of Sacred Mr*. A. D. Smith Mr*. 3. Law .1
Heart Catholic Church
: d
completerplane
Continued From Page Nine) rence Scott, Mrs. Paul Canon and
( | for a bazaar to be held December .- Mn.. Julia Polk. RATE: First Insertion 104 t line; subsequent insertion

3 and a card party to tx 51a line
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i CHILDREN HONORED AT given November 10 at a meeUnj Plan for making a quilt for thBaptist
? BY FORMER TEACHER made at
,, PART orphanage were
in the recreation hall .
W.dne.day.ThON
Mr. T E. Kirby former kindergarten ..I the meeting of Circle Five Wed.
present were: Mrs. C. a FOR RENT t.
Mrs. John
: teacher and nesday afternoon with Mr J.:I MISCELLANEOUS
Schmidt, Mrs. S. J. Lynch: Mrs
;:'Nea&ey; entertained at a Hallow Edward Schultz Mrs. T. B. Veasey, Lee Smith. The circle will meet FOR RENT-Office or desk spec

;' tea party; at the home of Mrs. Neat I Mrs. W. C. Robert. Mr*. Don Fer- with Mrs. Gordon Ivey Monday to in downtown section. Phon, SEE AND BUY at ananklm Variety n'
tey OB Biscayne Drive Monda;) begin work on the quilt 2020. f
reyra, Mr. Charles Pope and Grove, Wilt Florida City.
'afternoon.I I Mr*. G. Minnerly. Mrs S. L. West gave a talk on faTU)
,I Allen Left and Ellen Nube7;; the mission study book, "Constraining FOR RENT-Furnished house.

1 Jwoo, prize for pinning Mr. Kirby the moutl toll ;I MRS. THOMAS BREWER Love" which the circle will Apply at Dr. M. A. Berger'i red. RENT YOUR HOUSE:-.furnlnhed '

on a pumpkin. :j ENTERTAINS PIONEER Gt'1LDI itudy. dence Tenth and Krome ave. or unfurnished. I have year
stories during the ftemooa. -
Halloween It was decided to give a Thanksgiving -
I (22tf) 'round clients. Benjamin W. i
.J' The Pioneer Guild was entertained basket to some needy family Morris registered real estate) .
Those! present were: Rennli at an all-day meeting Wednesday in the district
GOOD, cool roomy apt for rent broker, N. Krome ave., next to. ;
(Marie Mark, Dickie Kinard Wit at the home C. H. several
of Mn. Thomas Mn. Denby sang .Private bath reasonable rate Baptist Church. (JuKtf) !
Allen Left, Mary,
Gnntham, Brewer. Schauberger
lIam selections. Mrs Harry Ask at Western Union. (m7tf)
Ellen Pat and Jimmy NeafseyKlrby Mrs. Brewer, president of the ,leader, had charge of the business -

and M.... NeatH)'. Guild, had charge of the business : session WANTED, 4 4I

*e"lon. A covered dish Others present were: Mr. Lloyd FOR SALE

.L. D. vVYMAN HONORED ON! I eo wa* served. lunch-I Witt.,Mrs. Laban Bishop, Jr., Mr HAVE: clients who win buy It ;
FOR SALE-Urge packing bous
I BATH BIRTH ANNIVERSARY Those present were: Mrs. H. L.Hethlngton A. L. Lanier, Mn. Harry Cooper, located two railroad P. O your place suits and is priced
U D. Wyman was honored on'' Mn. James Mn. Dexter Home Mn. J. C. Davis on right. Please bring or phone your
Box B3J: Homestead (o20n3)FOR )
his eightieth birthday annlversarj i Mrs. Harry Mrs. James Roberts, Jr., Mn. listings to Eleanor Froacher,

Sunday with a surprise dinner .t< I James Elder Mra. Geo.frltch.rd.1 A. E. Paul Mrs. Henry Olsen Mrs.A. Oversea Highway So. of Home-

his home at ModeUo. j ner, Jr, and Mrs. E. Smith, Mrs. Flay Watson, SALEFlattop office desk itead. Ph. 528-J. n-3-24 ,
Those present were: Mr. and I IJ4n. Mn. Wm. B. Caves, ,r., and Mrs. W. W, Severy. (oeU)

Charles A. William, Mr. and I FOUR W. M. V. CIRCLES. W. W. Allen.STEPHEN TRACTOR WORK
Mn. Russell E. Trotter, Mr. and HOLD MEETINGS PLACE YOUR ORDER now for
Ennls Mr. and Mn. A ducks Mowing, raking, plowing and .
Mn. Bruce I FOSTER PROGRAM home-grown turkey and ,,
t. Darling, Mr. and Mrs Casper I Mrs. E. L. Lawrence was hostess GIVEN AT MUSIC CLUB I I for Thanksgiving. Shankllr disking. Wm. 1L (Bill) Syke.

Williams, -Mr. and Mr*.,Dan William to Circle Two of the W. M. U. of Mary Frances Rutland was Grove'Florida City. p-n7 212 S. Krome Ave fpolJ-n3)

*, the Rev. and Mn. J. J. Richards I I the First Baptist church of Homestead elected second vice-president of I I .

,Mr.and Mn. N. A. ICroplsh ol) at bee borne on. W. Mowry the Junior Music club at i meetIng FOR GOOD farm mules ate TUTORING WANTED high

Annapolis, Md., M.... Eva Collins,, street Wednesday afternoon. held on Thursday of last week' George W. Smith P. 0. Box school and grade school subjects.

Min Barbara Williams Miss Jamie Mn. J. R. ChambUss, Mn. Ora at the home of Betty Lou Harris, '1:1: ,. p-nS'' Mr H. J. Armstrong, A. B. i

Richards, E. A. Ennls" Joyce and Frazeur and Mn. T. E. Kirby will daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Van Plummer drive and Country

: Bruce Ennis, Jr* Webster, Leonora act as the visiting committee for Harris, in Redland. SACRIFICE Fine Key Largo Club road.CLEAN .
i Charles Williams and Mr. and the next month. The circle will
and Mary Grace English wa elected home suitable for Fishing Lodge
Mrs., Wyman. :have charge of the church decorations publicity chairman; Bruce Redland RAGS WANTED WW
. ............. or Club. Will trade for
for the month of November. exchange subscription or.advertlslng -
i Scott corresponding secretary; District or Miami home. Elea-
I Mfti JULIA POLK: HOSTESS fIt was announced a mission Phyllis Jensen historian; and Betty Oversea HighwaySo. for clean rags. Leader-
nor Frocher,
: TO f ORCAS CLASS itudy class would be held at the Jane Meybem; parliamentarian. of Homestetad. Ph. 820-J. Enterpru .
Mr Julia Polk was hostess to
J home of Mn. ChambliM on Thursday Phyllis Jensen, program chairman n3tf
I ,the Dorcas Class of the First Baptist and another data on Friday. Stephen NOTICE or APPLICATION rot
presented a program on
TAX 110 till
, church of Homestead, J'rlda11 Mn. Bert Andrews will teach the C. Foster and told of his life. FOR SALE! Tropical plants, citrus Notfe to hereby rises tkit Jtan U Kit
tat the home of her class. line and Mary M. 11111... bio wHo. bttMrnH
Merle January gave a current trees and tropical fruit Useason. ooilmooi of Dfolnon Tom CortlttoootNiniibmd
*'H.K.* Foulk. ,??:i. Other present were: Mrs. Emma event and a. trumpet Medley' by Jungle Crave, 'lUdlanl tot, Mod the std day o* Ao.not. .
, The program wa taken from Wright, Mrs H..E.: Bedin. Mrs, A,. D. hu filed weld OortlfhMo
11uj
I Foster was given by .Bi'uoe &aU road art! Plummetdrive.. U r off loo. bas made oprllcotloo torlow.
the Book of Revelation-which tthe Gerda Freed, Mrs. J C. Vann, John McLean Jack UcMichael tat dad is -.... th.noe t. aeawd.wse will
t class IJ studying.; Refreshment of Mrs. H. Collier and two new member Bold Cwtlftooto. _bm oo Iko 10110_
' sad Mary. Frances Rutland Jamie IM'TRR CIRCUIT t"O"aT or TUB imJUDICIAL ..* dew bed property, situated hi Dade '
cake and Ice cream were served. *,.Mn. B. A. Stafford and Mr. Richards sang several selection CIRCUIT IN" AND FOR Count, "....... IO.WHI
t Those pretest were: Mrs. C. T.II Wm. McMichaeL -ID CO U N T y. FLORIDA IN" Lot .. Bib. I, 111_'. AM. te KoMbUI.Plat .
Carla Joyce Lee, Barbara Jean rlANCSItT. No. asset Boob I. Page, 1. tented I. Dodo Conic
i Harper, Mn. E. L Lawrence, Mre.'W. "Thanksgiving China" was the Crate and Mary Lou Harris tap DOROTHY MM GIVENS rlU.Utt, ty. Slow Florid
a Caves Mn. T. E. Kirby, vas Tbo =moot of Mkrtlw I
,
Mn. C. w..rarr.
topic of the talk given by danced. MARTIN I.. GIVENS B.f.iil.iit. rid ( : MOW
MIL Chat Martin, Mrs. Chas.Saunden 0. Robertson at the meeting of The next meeting on Nov. 23 ORDER OF FI'BLICATIOlf i rf Unknown. Uolooi told Cotttflooto shall:

Mrs. Foulk and Mn.! Circle Three a* the home of Mn. will be held at-the home of MaryFrances rot MARTIN Georgetown L. GIVENS DelaaM Uooo bt Mdoomod"'......oooordlot.. UM Ilk to day Uw.ol tot"' dead..._.will....
Polk. 1. Tom Vann Wednesday;; and Ruth Rutland. IT I' ORDERED that you file rose my- A. D. Kit.Dotod ,
.. talk. lea the ..
-- '-Mae* Noremb.r : this led day of OrtoWr A D. u. ,
W. M. S. TO OBSERVE WEEK Mn. Alex Brannen resigned as Others present were! Mn. C F ill! ot Complaint lot Dloon* I* pros; Wn & B. LEATNEMAN.:
treasurer and Mrs. S. A. King was l Hagler Rice Mrs. W. B. Mills, Mrs 'tried erase otlMnrU*, I dean eojFw. Clark of Clnult Court ,
or ,a"rza.NOV. $ TO 12. I '' vlll bo .nand _iMi ThHUnmUwl Dodo, County, riorrte.Clnult .
,' A week of will be observed elected in her place. I :;so. N. Wakefield, Kathleen LM n.awiflM It >*'>.*' ( Cvart oVol)
prayer McConnell and Mn. the which Uito B N c. tTtRRnr' D. a )
Wm.
Mn. Barbara tour
Marlon Anderson, eggs
by Lloyd, :tall: VublUhnl weak (or Pet. l I*. te. II: NOT.' II
' t7th. f an'd I W. E. Lewis were also present Jean Wakefield, Valerie :gravitative _k..
the
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Mn. T. D. Fiche reviewed the Frank Tar to. l1.h day of n.t.A. D. I.
Julia Lucas
Methodist Church from Nov. i to i I Campbell, NOTICI or APPLICATION FOR
12 It. announced this week. tint chapter of the book "Con- Hailer Rice and-Frank Hausmail -.BbCkA:: of Circuit tout TAX DUD
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wai ,...... Ml A IMINolloo
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straining Love, at the meeting of| Dido COUBU Chapter 17417-ArU of I -
, The Jennie Lobdell circle will: Court aril 10 bonbr llvoo that Armind DoPono 1
; Circuit
rfbat Circle Four Wednesday at the Mr. and Mn. B. C. Murphy attended Rr R. I,.. Otto.CI..II.; holder of Suto and Canary T..
f charge of the devotional at home Of Mra. Jack Polk. It was\ the banquet of the Cult ., M. HOWL, for PI.la"N. Crmflrat No. M a Issued tile olh day of
*I th business meeting to be held In' given .lOct 10. SI ; Nov t. 10. IT. inn) July A. D. tell boo fllrd mono In mtofriM
decided to have an all day Life Insurance Company far tu
cud has Made application i
(' the church,Tuesday. The Heads Circle will have charge the following described property
:
R. E. Edward to complete the urday.BIRD'S .1 ro the County of Pod, BUM of florid.
(!ot the Prayer meeting Wednesday ..._ EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING "* .It,
f evening.. The Mollle Wingate Circle i I Loa It end 10, Block It. Won fluk-r' '
i
, Pork, a Subdn.Plot Boob I. ffn M, I* ,
and the Pearl Davis Circle will tile County of Dodo. sue ol PWIdt.Tbc .
have charge of the program of the ooMo.fn.nt of gold ronortir y undo
tall the acid omlflcow loiiud woo U tie HOWVnloo tof
day prayer service to be held I Prompt service on all I ,. C. i
Thursday In the church. i 'ooM"rortinraW oholl bo naVow4oreonlln r
:
on to low, the property doxrlbrd i
,''ACV. EXECUTIVE makes specializing I therein will bo Mid: la the klcboM bldferot I{
H. U. BOARD the Court kouoo door on the flrn Mnodar -
MEETS WITH PRESIDENT: I IndorsedUSED I automobile radios In the month of 0-....... IMI. which ;
i' i k the die day of _Ioor. 1.lt.Dolod .
?. The executive board of the ibis lath. d.' of CVt..br. ....
S oman" Missionary Union of the I L. C. DoddFlowers t B. LEATHrHMAK,
Clerk of Unult Coort.
pint Baptist church met at the: CARS Bldg. Dodo Ctrantr, riorUo.iCIrmtt .
home of the'' president Mrs. H.' Court Sool'.L ; i
Florida PARKFR, D COoi.
' Collier, on Thursday night of last Homestead. ( 10, it t No I, 10, lass i ii
" week. I Our used can always represent rood value, but the -

j i:. Work, of the circle for the next' ones listed below are unusually choice and we recom-

year was discussed. mend any one of them for your consideration. "TROPICAL.MONKEY i

Those present were: Mn A E.I' ,................................,........., NEWT G. BALLNOTARY JUNGLE
Paul, Mr*.J. Lee Smith, Mn. Cath.( i

wine Plckard. Mn. T. a Plche "' ONLY

14.... G. A. West, Mrs. S. L. West 1934 FORD Tudor Sedan:" good condition; j PCBUG MONKEY 1

Mn. J. c .
Vann M... Bert An- '
wwa, Mrs. T. E Klrby and Mrs.GLASSES' priced right. I JUNGLE
Wer.r Fire Insurance and IN TNS U.S.

1938 PONTIAC 4-Door Touring Sedan--excel: I Kindred Lines
SlorMo. MookofDrrr
lent condition; radio; original paint. Jessie WoMM
first rood Boot of ,
SI N. besM Are. P.5.,% so Miami- a
moorland RIehwar.
1935 CHEVROLET, 6-wheel, 4-door.:: Sedan- 'I
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Cleanest in town; excellent condition. :



1936 Plymouth 4-door touring sedan-original I ''

,l paint; good condition; good tires i!I EDWARD STILING


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shies asses i /e4,Mw 4"A lotro"I .Real. Estate General Insurance
tigers m vfmtMl .
I peeps** ta Pow trot*. Ml Mwl PRESTON Be BIRD MOTOR CO. i

Dr. B.iP, SlebbiniDr. i NOTARY'PUBLIC

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SOCIAL EVENTS NEW w w BATTLE

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CNIYtRSrTf cum TO HEAR Pe(& Ld SLICED

..a.. VUA NORMAN MKAPnX
lira.Lelia B.Norman will
spea I Large Pan '
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on"Hidden Taxes"to the Univer' 2Sc
29c
ity Club at their meeting: Wednesday
night at the horn of Mr*
Lawrence' Becker in Florid City: DEL NO= / *"w GOLDEN KT OR SILVER COW
Mr Norman I 1.1 publicity chair
IIIm el the Miami Branch of th e
National League of American ft a Coffee MILK'SCansfor CREAMYSpry
Women treasurer ol UM National
Consumer Tax Commission( toe,
and executive chairman of the ftSLbs.
Coral.Cables League w. ---.ZOC
: can Z5c (Ian the Ceupea) ..... .-.. 5'2.
METHODIST: CHOIR ELECTS
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR ALIT >-UCEO HEINZ TOMATOCATSUR
FREE CREAM FITCHEE WITH
Ma. William Musslewhlte wa
elected: aiiiitant director Of the .
Homestead Methodist choir at it* CornKix2Pkgs. Pineapple ,
rehearsal on Thursday of last week! LARGE BOTTLES

to The the Methodist choir will church.mike iU fin No.2Can--. ,--._--__.-IojC: For ...-- .. .35c' ,
public appearance at the morning
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service Sunday Nov. 9.
ALL GOOIX-nESH
IIEINZ ASSORTED I> I'
The Episcopal Auxiliary will
meet with Mrs. Wm. Hastings .t mwrlJEUCIOC. Prunes SOUP
btr home in lUdland this afternoon .: I
at 3 O'clock.SCHOOLS. Pork & Beans 25c,',
No.2.%. Cans -....-------...: llAaGiCANS
FEW VARIETIES SLIGHTLY i

PLAN ))0 2 N 0. 2. Cans 1.7 ALL GOODFruit HIGHER I

CocktailNo.lTallCan HEINZ FRESH I
(Continued from Page One) CUCUMBERPICKLES

for class the room installation in order of that radios students in GABLES ---..........: 3c i :

nay hear special educational programs -
which will be broadcast each Tomatoes2No.2Cans.I3c '
day during the week Lg.Jar .I8c
The principal emphasized the SPINACH"
I
fact that the"open house Is for Un I j
purpose of living the public an opportunity
to learn the workings of
Nectar
Die schools and In turn offer .u,. No.2Can. ..-......---....:ISc Papaya
pit Ion. and discuss general and

personal student problems. WINVER THE NEW CLOTHES BLEACHER NO'2C 2 f orZ.c
The mayor's proclamation de.
} alflnatln next Thursday.as'"Know Food
Your School Day," follows: Dog Fleecy White

WHEREAS, Thursday, Novenv TOKAT
i br t, has been .deilgated as .
"Know Your School Day" by the IB. CANS Quart Bottle .... ...... ...-:13C Cipapcs;
schools of Dade county; and
WHEREAS, school officials and For..--.Z5c
teacher are extending a cordial Inflation e SYLVAN FARMS 2 LbsI3C
Wait parent to visit the
schools that.day; and COCNTTKISTCorn> Roll Butter
WHEREAS,It behooves all of us YORK IMPERIAL
to become better acquainted with
our school system and those who ZlpplcsSLbs. '
operate it, andWHEREAS Lb. ......_.........-.......31CBee
,we are proud of our
school, believe that they are do- --.JJ:4c:
in, the most important FANCYF.t1' ...
lob of thedare : 2 No.2 Cans $
.. 7c
yet know that it is our duty toaid
them I in the task of educaatlng Chuck Roast
our children; therefore 8NOBALLCauliflower
I. Tom i. Harris, mayor of the JOHNSON'S OLO-COAT
city of Homestead, do hereby
November 9 a* "Know proclaim Per Pound ...-..--_...--. ..ascSALT
Your School Day"and do earnestly Floor Poilsh
urge tU our citizens to visit our
schools upon that day and Join lathe Lb.--------- 8c

Week.spirit! of National Education. Pt. Can .....9C PORK .

TOM J HARRIS, Mayor, nVBBARD
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City of Homestead.AUTOG1ROS FREE LI PINT Pound -. ...- ----------12'12C SQUASH



JOHNSON'SLiquid Pound A. 5c

Wax Pork ShoulderGOLDEN
(Qtttlnued from Age One) .
RITC
only an hour or two l. the early
morning and that he win be on Pt.Can ......1)C Half or Whole, Lb------------18c BananasSLbs.
duty at the air field during the remainder -
of the day.
1 t Nineteen fledglings comprise I.' PINT DEXTER SLICED SR1FZ PUMIt1M.
Home...."'*colony of air enthusiasts _......Ijc
' ,according to A.D.Neill owner BACONLb. ..Frukfwterss. .
of a practice: plane at the field. -- I ,.
They average about 1J hour in the LONG CRISPStrawberries
air and al have solo licenses.They .... .4s c ''Lb. .... &. .
ar* Anton Walden, Jr, Rudolph =- "." CdcpyStalk
Matttoa, Arthur Davis, Carl De. dALTIaIORt .
den, Jr, Sid Kendrick Jr. Doug. FRESH> : QUARTS

r Jr las. Don Tower Talbott David, George B.Fogle Sullivan OH. Ex. Standard !C ..----_Xcyams ,
Hall Fred Smoak. Tommy tllysters
Brooke. Barry Davy: Henry Paltin. IlK ........ c Ex.Selects .75c '
.Kenneth Hawked, Carl Draw- -.u.
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dy, X. W Brown and Paul Rue.
Sunday afternoon the Diert engaged .u.nuIiHUllD'> '
.
Raspberries
tn a "bombing" contest
Flying at'an altitude of 800 feet Pr-J 'S l b. ._.... Sc .
they dropped bag of sand at C ,

denon.target on who the I*Dot ground.a pilot,Carl won An-the Box ,;:..:...z5c fal Hens U. .r.....3! 5 -w.--17C
contest He was piloted by Mr. : .

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