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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00297
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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HIGH -WATER\ .Navy Department Orders Plans Drawn SOUTH OF MIAMI'S CENTER !,


For Key West Aqueduct ConstructionConstruction -

-- THE WEATHER Designed to Revive Plan

of a fresh water the drawing of and speci! Offlrlal vnlliw Mport of Ih. RuMmplnlExlwrtaMit
plans Dade
FORCES PESTS !(I __. H._t*.'. KlorM. Advanced by
aqueduct from a point in or near fications. CommissionBISCAYNEKEY
Homestead to Key West came a | Lieut Comdr. T. J. Brady pub- Sept 2'1 88 71 ;29 171! .86
'I lie works officer of the navy, made Sept. 28 U 69 ,1211,1I 1 1.83 *
TO OPEN AREAS step nearer with the announcement -'t I the announcement following a1 Sept. 2( i 871 .08 NOT

this week that United States meeting at Miami called by Everett Sept 30 47 70 |29 82, .10 SPECIFIED BY CLUB

navy officials had given a con 1 Russell, president of the Key'' 'Oct. 1 87 67 :,,29,96|

tract to a New York concern for,. West Chamber of Commerce, for 'Oct. 2 1 87 83 ;30.001] Roadin
Island Off Brickell
i'I the purpose of speeding plans for Oct 3 ...4 70 !30.03| .10
Present Seen
Opportune: 'I
I the pipe line's construction. Other County ProjectHowever .

Time to Prevent Big POTATO ACREAGE attending were William T.

Losses Dou ttry. Jr., chairman of the SMITHGRAVESFURNITURE

i Crop Florida keys aqueduct commission Construction of a causeway southof
WILL BE BELOW I ; Melvin Russell, superintendent FIRM I the Miami River to one of the
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POISON FORMULAi of public instruction of Mon- more southerly beaches to mahvocean

NORMAL VIEWA roe County; Congressman Pat bathing !more accessible to '
I OFFERED FARMERS Cannon; Mayor Wlllard M. Albury OPENS SATURDAYThe the residents of South Dade, will

of Key West, and State Senator be endorsed In a resolution voted

Agent to Have Bait Slicerat "tight money" condition which David I.leut.E. Comdr.Ward. Brady revealedthat Smith-Craves FurnitureCo. I by the Homestead Rotary Club f '
resulted from the at its meeting Wednesday noon in
I Farmers' Market cold among of last growers January and the two plans for construction of wit open Its ,doors to the pub.Legion hall.
snap the have been advanced. Homestead and the Redland
aqueduct lic of
1 While the motion purposely left f
:MondayWith subsequent heavy rainfall, will
One calls for the In the Caves
plan operationof District tomorrow
probably result in the planting I out all mention of a specific island i
the pipe line exclusively for the building! at Krome avenue and N. knowledge
It is
of a potato acreage In South or route, common .
canals navy, while the second plan calls E. Second street
and side road ditches Dade that will be somewhat smaller that the Dade County boardof
for operation with the Flordia The owners and operators of the
filled to overflowing and muchof than the normal 7.900 acres, it I county commissioners has pro
keys aqueduct commission which new store are Orin Smith and JohnL.
the low lands Inundated, thus was said here yesterday posed construction of a causewayto
his .
an application before the RFC GravesMr
forcing rats from their usual habitats ''Some farmers just haven't the for a $1,100,000 loan lot construction Smith came to Homesteadas I Biscayne Key which lies seven
miles off the mainland about midway i
to put back Into their
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f the present time It oppor- money operations and operation of the water I a boy with his parents, Mr. and between Miami and Coconut
did In former
tune for. war against the rodents as they line for the use of the civilian Mrs Dexter Smith in 1921. AI J
Grove
in the
years a shipper prominent I !
population. The already has graduate of Homestead High
which destroy thousands of dollars Industry said. "Many of them navy I I L. L Chandler, who made the
been allotted $2,000,000 for the School, he became identified with
worth of truck crops each year, haven't fully recovered from the construction of the line for its own'the service station business 11 motion, and Ben Archer were appointed

Charles H. Steffani, Dade County disastrous cold and rainfall, andIt II use. Both plans are feasible, the years ago, and five years ago be- by President Clarence Par- i
resolution for
draw the
will be several years before they man to up
agent, officer saidHACEY. came owner of a station which he
agricultural pointed out
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can fall back in step. No more I (Continued on Page Twelve
operated until a few months ago .
yesterday.The
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than 0,000 of will
acres potatoes
I Mr Graves came to Homestead |
water has driven be under cultivation this "
rats to the I year. ,
FIRST OF : In 1926 and was for two years con-
road sides and higher ground and The abnormal amount of rainfallof nected with the office of the''SIGHTSEEINGBUS

a good baiting by the farmers will I the past month and a half may :, Homestead municipal light and

prevent loss of crops later, Mr. :serve planting to hold season up, the scheduled start of the for, LOCAL RESERVEOFFICERS i iI' water Miss Catherine department Smith He, sister married of I SERVICEIN

Steffani said. Strychnine has Nov. 1, It was said. At presentthe '
his For the
present partner past
been found the best poison to use, ground is soggy and In many CALLED I 112 years he has been with the VIEW' HEREA

he said. places inundated, hy the con -I I' i Florida Power and Light Co., in I II ii
.uousrams.. ,I
Stryrtmlrto is obtainable" at the 'J recent years as assistant manager
county agent't office. A potato! Your" guess is as good as Railey W. Macey Jr.. of Homestead i I|lof the Redland District branch of-I I A and charter bus

licer> has been Installed at the mine fj.the general trend of the second lieutenant in the I fire ..it Florida City. He resigned''service between Florida City 8n,1noyal

Florida City State .Furmety Mar- answer to' the question, as to United States Reserve Corps Wednesday this position on Oct I in order to : Palm State Park other sections -
I ket for the purpose of cutting up ,whether the planting. will start on reported at Fort Knox Ky make the business venture with' of Everglades National Park

rat bait Mr. Steffani will be at time. I for a year's duty with the First Mr. Smith. Is being planned by the Florida

the market Monday morning to Thousands of bushels of seed' Mechanized Cavalry Regiment Both young men said they are I,Motor Lines.Permission.
assist farmers in preparing the potatoes are on hand, and thousands Macey, who was secretary to convinced that Homestead's continuing to start the service

bait. more are to be received. Baker M. Hindman, principal of development warrants the ;was granted the company by the
The following formula for poison In preparation for the planting the Homestead and Florida City'' step they have taken and they I state railroad commission at a

bait has been prepared by Mr. season. The seed potatoes come schools, left Homestead Monday. have every confidence in the future -' meeting at the Dade County courthouse
Steffani: :from the north. Newfoundland, The unit which he will serve Is of the Redland District. Monday. Definite plans for I

Slice 15 pounds of raw tweet which furnishes most of them, sent similar to the German panzer I Visitors to the Smith-Graves the service. have not been workedout

potatoes In altoer. Season slices. Its first shipment two weeks ago corps which were of signal advantage -I Furniture Co. store on opening It was said.3teffani's .
I with one handful of table salt. by boat.-17OOO bushels The av- In the conquest of France.I day will be served free a bottled 1
Sift one ounce of strychnine and erage acre of potatoes requires Others subject to the officers' soft drink "on the house." :
one ounce of baking soda over the 30 bushels of seed. call to duty In this district are Secretaries ;
South Dade's normal crop of Col. Ralph Kingman, Infantry, retired t
slices and mix thoroughly for I Position
about ten minutes or until the potatoes Is valued at approximately ; Col. Alva Lee cavalry, retired Transfer Makes Chances Exchange I

slices are evenly coated. Distribute 1500000. ; Capt. Joseph Hall, artillery, In School FacultiesMrs. 1!
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Officers Reserve Corps; First An exchange In the location
over infested Immediately
after preparing.The portion. Lieut. R. F. Blackford chaplain, B. G. Dye for several years, secretaries of C. H. Steffani, county \

baits should be distributed Ministerial GroupTo O. R. C.; First Lieut W. M. Fl- teacher"of the third grade in the:,' agricultural agent, was made this

five feet apart about the borderof Resume Meetings field, infantry, O. R. C. Neva King Cooper School,has been week.
I transferred to Coral Way school Mrs E. A. Buchanan, who had
the field, and all heavily infested Because of the large number of

: been employed in the Miami officeof
in Coral Gables.
I officers volunteering for
areas such as. sweet potato The Redland District Ministerial reserve
Hood who taughtIn the county agent for seven
patches, should be baited withina Association will hold its first ddty during the past few months, Mrs. Miriam ,
the Florida City school, replaced : years, Is now In the Homesteadoffice
there will be few such officers
radius of one-fourth mile.Snits since June at St. John'1Epilcopal
meeting
in Homestead and and Mrs Carl Tweedell,
Mrs
summoned to command the first Dye
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should be distributed ten Church Oct. was
feet apart over heavily infested announced. The Rev Harley Core contingent of the October draft,I Mrs Kathryn Cast Singleton will Mr. Steffani's Homestead secretary
In of the primary gradesIn Is now In Miami.
be charge
fields. will have charge of the program.A It was said. However, many reserve -
the
The change was made for
Florida City
will be and retired officers. will be
Mr. Steffani said caution shouldbe secretary-treasurer
used in handling the poison. elected to succeed the :Rev. C. G. called when the second draft, also Mr. and Mrs. Dye recently convenience of both since Mis.
lives In Homestead and
\moved to Coral Gables where Mr. Buchanan
Wash utensils and hands thoroughly Nelson, who assumed a pastorateat summoning 400,000 men, takesplan Mrs. Tweedell now lives In Miami.
is employed.
after using, he said. Davenport last June. in :March. j Dye







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still quieter In service. The!Rev. Munro to Occupy Into recessed shelves. Painted la '
Mary Eleanor Williams contrasting colors such shelvesmay
PLAN TO CLOSE with their
and rear, ,
front
"prlngs Local Methodist Pulpit
Offers Speech Course j be used for cook books, recipe
increased effective length, have a|

ALL SCHOOLS ON Mist Mary Eleanor Williams balanced"pitching"action and give eliminating the easiest any I i The Rev. Livingston Munro of files tension.and possibly a telephone ex-

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Caspei kind of ride The rear seat cushions Miami, who was pastor of the n.xiuuwiuunw.+u.r..nrwy .
DAY OF DRAFT William of Modello, announces are two inches farther aheadof White Stone Methodist Church
and axle, which here a number of years beforeits
that registration for a ten-week the rear spirng
with the M. E, Church,
the riding quali- merger Cafe
course In expression and speech further improves Tropical
Places of registration under the correction will be held at her ties. South, will preach at the Homestead -
selective service law Oct. It and home next Tuesday afternoon The new Fords have big 12- Methodist Church Sunday,
personnel of the draft boards for from 3 til 8 o'clock. inch hydraulic brakes, for quick,i I both morning and evening. i
Homestead and the Redland District Mist Williams was graduated smooth action and long service. | The Rev. J. J. Richards, pastor NOW LOCATEDIN
will be designated next week from Waynesburg College School The emergency or parking brake, of the church, left Monday for THE1I0RNE
by Hayes Wood, Dade County of Drama in June.INCREASED. is on the rear wheels and operatedby ':Lakeland where he Is to be one of
chairman of the draft, It was announced a steel cable. The brake lever|{the guest preachers in a ditsrlct- BLDG.
this week. I II under the Instrument panel at wide preaching mission of the I
Governor Cone li expected to the left of the driver The new I Lakeland District of the Metho-
declare a school holiday on Oct. SIZE hood lock knob li located under I Idlst conference. Mr. Richards has N. Krome Ave.
It According to Instructions sent the Instrument panel near the)I'been assigned to preach at the! Homestead, Florida

by H T Baya, state director of RIDING COMFORT brake lever. This protects the engine -I First Methodist Church of MUII ,wum-60WIM' wunni.u..... airs"iu '
elective service, to Dade officials, battery and accessories from berry. The preaching mission wll,
ichoo buildings or other public theft. I run for 15 days in each of the 64
Buildings are to be used for the MARK 41 FORDSDearborn churches of the district. Turner's Funeral Home
registration. The county chairmanto Dies I
Hubert S. Sinsel j
formulate the organization i| Installing Kitchen Shelves t4-ira AMBULANCE SERVICE

of ni! county registration by using Mich., Oct. S,-The In Pennsjlvania Home!I Many kitchens have a bare unused I Lady Attendant
I
the county precinct as a unit fort new Ford line which was releasedfor
j wall space that could be use Phone 564-R Homestead, Fla.
:-.e formulation of registration public Inspection Friday has News of the death of Hubert S.1 I fully and attractively transformed
dl.trlcU: Two or more voting pre- many changes starting off with a I Sinsel 60, a former Redland Dis-:I
incti may be combined into a considerable increase In size of trict grower, at his home in McDonald -I -
elective service registration district the Ford V-Bs,deluxe and super Pa., was received by I I "
and two or more registration deluxe. friends hero this week. 1910 State Drhers Licenses
places may be located in the same Designers have taken full advantage Mr. Sinsel went to McDonald
building if desired, the Instruc- of increased wheelbaseand from Homestead 15 years ago and Have Expired ;
tions said. overall lengths to give added engaged In the Ice manufacturing
Approximately 1,400 men of the spaciousness, and Ford engineers
business. His death followed a Licenses
Get 1941 Drivers'
Redland District will register. Of have worked right up from bigger short lllneis The body was taken i
these 35 from the area and 12 tires through to luxury seat cushions yesterday for burial to Cameron,
from Homestead may be called in and new softer springs for the .U
W. Va., where he was born and,
the first draft. Throughout the i solid enhancement of riding com- reared.
nation an estimated 19.500.000 will' I LEGION TAG OFFICES.
fort.A Mr. Sinsel and his wife, :MM.
register and 400,000,000, or one I new four-cylinder truck and Anna Sinsel, came to the Redland
out of every 40, will be called. commercial car engine Is part of District In 1918, from West Virginia Krome Ave. Open All Day
The registration ii for men whoon the economy features Included In
and purchased a grove homeon "i
Oct. 18 have reached their I'
the Ford working line. Waldin drive, west of Redland i
twenty-first birthday and men The wheelbase of these big new road.
who have not reached their thrlty-I deluxe and super deluxe Ford After going to Pennsylvania
sixth birthday I except those exempted V-8j is longer and the overall Mr. and Mrs. Sinsel spent a num-
by the registration. law. length greater. The designers ber of winters In south Dade
Alfred E. Howarth'- have taken advantage of this extra County. They spent last winter
overall to Increase the Inside body here while negotiating for the
Dies at Lake Worth length both In foot room and seat. purchase and improvement of land
"' Ing width. In fact, the front seal at Miami Shores for the erection
The body of Alfred; E. Howarth,
of the sedan is seven inches wider of a winter home.
74 husband of Mrs. Jennie Deyo I than last year. The head room it Besides his wife, Mr. Sinsel is
Howarth. formerly of Homestead, I greater and the window area, already survived by a brother, Herbert
who died Sept. 28 at his home InLake I large In previous Ford cam, Sinsel of Cameron.
Worth, was taken to Englc-I Is even larger this year. v I:
hart, Canada Saturday for burial! Running boards have practice ,' J
Mr and Mrs. Howarth were disappeared from fight, due to tnev JI
married Worth to make their homo Prior i are there to step off when the at the
t.- thai time he visited here during doors are openftjjr L
< 'ern I winter seasons. In addition ftllaSty both Inside We own our home'Are
4 native of Englehart, Mr. and outside ; ;\Xord engineers SINCLAIRService
1o\Mrth was a retired railroad emphasize the greatly Improved -
telegrapher. His death followed ride In all 1941 models. This
an Illness of several years. Besides extra riding comfort starts with StationJohn YOUR children enjoying the benefits
his wife he li survived by two Inches longer wheelbase and
two' daughters, Mrs Amelia Clark a new electrically welded "X" : of a home PLANNED to include them? You
and Miss Emma Howarth and a type frame. This new frame E. Davis, Prop.
son, William Howarth, all of Can- structure Is 100 per cent more
add, Ho was a brtoher-ln-law of rigid, making the body now S. Krome Ave. Phone 911J.tr can give them a fine home backgroundto
Mrs Loran Burnham of Modello. mounted on big rubber cushions
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. ". : grow up in at, place where they'll
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be proud to bring friends and your


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stay off Northwest Fourth ,


Street from Second Avenue to With One of

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Happy the people whose annals -
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Philippines Not So Ardent "'"" .." ,. are blank In history-

book*.'-Carlyle.
For Freedom Now : .

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Filipino leaders still want independence .' If history left Its pages blank
but ardor for the idea ;: .'.:;'!o. concerning the present world war,
of being left alone and defenseless the coming generations would
in 1946 u cooling as the time ap have ample Information from the
pI'OIIchel'hen the United States contemporary writings of all clas-

win turn over the country lock sifications. Fiction, non-fiction,
lock and barrel to the nativesA religion or what-have-you are all
quick look at the Far Eastern Influenced by the conflict. It Is
situation has convinced them that i perfectly natural that a major uni-
without the support of the United versal Interest should color, either
States, freedom would be short / ; lightly or heavily, the works of

lived. Cf/nerfer. rnuA/1iQftEE MAN writers.

No Important Islander actually mar ae SEEN 7W.Tt7MI w"". However, one hears on every "

mentions Japan by name-at least i OF PelmeE, tNIII < JU/ .,, .., d side, "I am tired of hearing and
fur publication-but It is evident1niuny VRPOLEOM7RAJ; NIPHEIII"I' : reading about the war." Nevertheless

Filipinos believe their rich i NAPOLEON'Wh"f imm 6- bad news is like a magnet -
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Pacific islands have a definite role i N/s IUIFe eW NEQNELLJt :1 ever drawing one. against his
In the Japanese expansion policy. o- "
OR f will. But sincerity Is back of ,
Without the restraining Influenceof I II1VNAt; rHC FRSTAAAAAAA for there is
.. these protests, a strong
/.rGOM1 rll&l'iW.
United States protection Japan
P leaning toward literature depicting
.INC
could easily gobble up the Philippines life in a more peaceful time.
Such a mo'e'ould not only'glvt
That is why "Life With Father"by
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Japan splendid bane for further .
: Clarence Day a* a book and
moire In consolidating. its .
made into a play Is such a favorite
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prop i-rt Fir Eastern empire but ,
.,, : among readers or theatre-goers. It
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would II -olve many a raw ran I
: is a comedy where there is a general -
tvrial iT'ihlrm' particularly its' 'c
e I kinship to American life. Be-
need tai mm ore. J
I ing a portrait of yesterday it
If ihr Filipinos must have a .............."......................"......."..""......"....,... brings into the limelight family life
made' moat of them prefer the '.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA tissue (flesh ) preserved' in alcohol I of many years ago. Father1 reactions -
United States Taking their cue I for 38 years showed evidence of Children in Court are natural and altogether
from i the fate of such unprotected CURJLENTCOMMENT renewed growth when removed I an admirable lfoI'There

sniai'' M ,t'ions as Czechoslovakia, I and surrounded by proper cul- By Judge Malculm HatfleldI Is no villain to cause creep to rundown
Polandnray- Holland and Bel- tures. The experiment was extended '
.... .. . ..... .. .. one's spine but It appeals to
the'r_. "" .. "...- ... ...-.. ".,.. ...
glum in active movement for retention by using tissue from the emotions, since through It all in
of American guardianship By AGNEW WELSH body of an Argentine Indian, bur- 'I TRUANCY I interwoven the mutual affection
i* growing among the landers I Ied some 600 years ago, and again ,I Two boys appeared in court recently and well-known complications of
They feel the world is not yet AAAAAAAAAASniimAAAAAAAAAAAfnnim the cells under proper treatment on a truancy charge. The I the members of the family.

safe foi independent small nations Editor'. Not.t"'$ Wel.li metro.,.. were reported to have started a first youngster's truancy could be I e e
President Quezon who now u >nu on hit'-1"-.. mh.th.w.erl renewal of growth. Carrying his j attributed to tho fact that he was
Virtual dictator has long led the they b* IB .erwnrnt. cL:6 .aw, experiment to the ..extreme he used ,unable to get alone with his play I Sinclair Lewis, who for the last
.It" his oplsk.s : .ol i eemwuM three
fight for complete Independence. e.tb"a a A..... w...... 848 II. L the powdered flesh of an Egyptian mates. An investigation revealedthat years has devoted most of
But he tare St.. Miami ri4k he I his time to the theatre, both writIng
recently admitted that as mummy, 5,300 years old and these was maladjusted because,
an independent nation his countrycould Of the 600 aliens In Palm Beach cells allegedly renewed growth [This parents had pampered him to'|I and acting and whose only
not defend Itself against a i]County so far registered nearly 90 such an extent that he wanted his'(i I novel In this period "Bethel Merrlday" -

strong aggressor. The Philippine''per cent were born In the Ba- The local strength of the Arner>;!way in everything. As the other was about theatre life, an-
Civic League, headed by Jose Romero hamas and an equal percentageof lean Legion U indicated by the'children in the school were not I mounces' that he has had enough
favors United States these. hypocritical enough to conceal of it. He is headed for the Midwest -
protection is colored. By the way following table compiled fromfigure
and believes that the president that is about the relative proportion given by the Florida Legionnaire likes and dislikes, it did not take I1 I which will be the seen of
may secretly favor Its plan. on these islands. There will publication: them long to relegate. this child ilthe I] new novel, the working title
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League members hope he will be close to 900 more to register Place 1938 1939 1940 to a place outside their circle. I i of which Is "The Quiet Mind.
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eventually come out for it. before the close on Jan. 28 next. Homestead 30 54 55. The second boy became a truant

The argument that independence -I Hollywood 103 121 13J,because his parents were not Interested I Lion Feuchtwanger, noted author
u unsafe Is hard to refute} I'm in favor of a law forbidding South Miami 44 41 103 In his progress and were and foe of Nazi Germany bas
and the organization believes security -sympathetic strikes. The drivers Coral Cables 152 223 248 exceedingly lax In compelling attendance ->|soiled from Lisbon to seek refuge
it the first necessity. .of a Miami taxi: company struck; Miami No.29 1073 1224 1110 at school. They did .Jin;; America. Conflicting reports
I''that's their affair but It is likely, North Miami 45 59 39 belong to the parent-teacher association 'from Europe have said that be
Labor Must Do Its Part through a sympathetic strike, to Miami No.70 111 118 84 nor did they encourage had been executed by Nazi officials

Roger W Babson warned Amer- I tie up a large portion of the city's Hialeah 51 60 52 ,the boy himself to effillate with 11 i I and was in prison in Berlin.
lean workingmen In his Labor'business and inconvenience Its Miami Beach 175 156 170 the church, Boy Scouts and other,Feuchtwanger was deprived of his
Day column that If they follow the citizenry It not soon adjusted. I Miami No. 113 18 23 50 character-building groups. Be German I citizenship and property
example if French labor they may ,Why should the public be handicapped Jacksonville's two posts have''cause they had no knowledge or,',when his writings aroused the ire
lose all the labor gains of recent I because of a labor quarrel 1199 members, Tampa's two have''understanding' of the boy and his of Propaganda Minister Goebbels
;years The refusal of labor 1 In that is none of their business? 849; Penaacolo, 175; St. Petersburgtwo problems they frequently applied I and other high ranking Nazis. He

France to make. concessions necessary I ( posts) 572; Miami proper1 severe and unnecessary whipping I was living in France when that
In the national emergency! One. of the things most women two posts 1194 and the area upon'': the slightest provocation.'.country' fell and managed to reach

helped pave the way fur the|and some men lack Is poise; maybe Homestead to Hollywood-2,043.: !j They! not only refused to cooperate 'I Portugal while Nazi agents hunted
French collapse, he said. their I. q. is too low and they lacks The total for the state is 13,236 for with the school but also always'I I him. He ell the author of :"Joseph-:
Now the Petaln government ha i such control over themselves that this year. i took the part of the youngster"Suc-cess"
followed Hitler's example and dis-j I they must dance their feet gtve |'whenever he was reprimanded by
Mvrd labor unions. Short hours 1'1 their locks a push and shove etc. The recent storm brought to'the teacher. e

and high wages plus the right to,| One writer says "The purpose of the Carolina the greatest financial : At least 80 per cent of all delinquent I I Children's day will be observedIn
organize. strike and bargain collectively charm Is to make people like you loss since the devastation of the boys and girls have New York at the British War
'| and the secret of charm is to be Civil War. A continuous rainfall
are now things of a past at played truant one or more Relief Shop. Through Oct. 12 New
age. Totalitarian governmentsstrike \I ease." One need not be cold potatoes totaling 18 inches-from 20 to 100,while approximately York publishers and booksellers
at no one harder than at: to be at cone; simply be In I times the record-caused an over- the same group can be timel'l are conducting a sale of donated
the working man. His welfare Is,'Command of yourself. flow of stream in more than a'';as habitual ,truants This books for the society's fund to
immediately sacrificed In the interest ( third of North Carolina. The:'elusively proves that our present I send 10,000 equipped hospital beds
of the itate. i "Dear Mr. Welsh: How come death list was high and the monetary system of education Is not holding I to England. In some Instances
Labor Unions In this countrymust I that some weeks your 'column' Is loss ran into millions. More!,the interest of such children. Thereare ,i those in charge of these sales are
clean up their organizations.relax ?, short and others long?" Well than 6,000 families were rendered practically as many ;truant i j(i I being assisted by British children
hour restrlctons and forget tdear| heart it's tklsaway: I send homeless. I children coming from good homes e .
about wage increases for a while, ln about an equal amount each I[and neighborhoods a* from poor I I
U the defense program it to progress I I week but when Ye Id. contracted The 1930 census showed over 'homes. It I* Impossible to draw Louis Bromfleld reports that Ml
rapidly enough to prepare tlto I pay 0.000 per column for this M million foreign-born people In I'any conclusions from these latter I t new house on the farm in Ohio
America for anything the future salmagundi it was stipulated that the U. S. of whom only 55 percent 1,facts, as groups of boys from both|I I I has been finished. With that job
may hold. An attempt to force I he might use it as. if and when he had been naturalized. Today good and poor neighborhoods develop -,doff his hands he promises his
new concession as the defense pleased. Come make-up day, the moat authorities place the number the truancy habit. I(publisher to have his new novel,
program calls for more workmen. foreman puts in all the local news.!I I of alien at about 3600000. Of' with New Orleans as a back
p may end in disaster-the actual lias I he rightly should, and for what these Dade County Is credited with''' ground, ready for publication next
Ion of liberty in the United States.:space is left he grabs up a fewilhandfults I 1 I t 15,000. Please step up and reg and the other ls not; both have spring. Louis Bromfield U a favorite
similar
markings but I In
So far the rearmament program t of this stuff slam It in'';,ister. I reverse- author, and his fan will be
ha failed to get into high gear 'i land the Editor gives the high sign I I red and yellow band with black looking forward to this new novel
borders.
the alto| "let '.r roll. See? In the poisonous species with
and many believe that mutu anticipation.
t The official
publication of the the black bands the
distrust between capital and labor| I II II American Museum of Natural and in the harmless are ones large the large ones a a

fa partly responsible. Cooperation | Immortality of the soul hasItlbeen I Science printed some time ago a band are yellow. A later way to Friend of the library who donated
must be the watchword hooked up with immortality plat Illustrating, in colon the distinguish them I* to remember In books during the past month
the genius of American industry. of the body. Some years ago a only two varieties found in South the
/ venomous ones the head Is are: Mrs. H. A. Cameron, Mr*. I
i* fully mobilized tor the nation's German scientist--and they haw1 Florida of the none than 50 specie Mac, with a yellow band around ,John Tower and Mrs C A. Mag-
tfrfcu. 'ab1e oae - ; OII1IilIIOlsoDOUl.CM tbmt ;....JhLtaJ. union of St Paul I4Jma.Piece .



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Ill 1llllhI! lllil!lilllillllllll111Il lllll ll ll i GETS Lrtn'ESAXcr A senior at the university In[Monday at his home at Rock I N. C. went to Rock Harbor-with
Francis H. Fitzpatrick con of I Gainesville Fitzpatrick was one tor after a short illness, were : Mrs. Pilkenton to live II months I
Mr. and Mrs R. H. Fitzpatrick of (3: military students receiving! at 2:SO yesterday t afternoon in nar-1 '
ofRedland, has been appointed commissions : Homestead Methodist Church ago.
20 Years Ago a second lieutenant In the University the Rev. W. J. Parker of 1
of Florida's artillery ROTC riLKE.VTON RITES HERE I rado officiating Bun.11,1 I $ mI THC
regiment according to news Funeral services for William I i Palm Cemetery, Naranja, under direction rlT:
dispatch received by the Leader- Washington Pilkenton; 74, retired:I of Turner Funeral He,:no I II Ii
nn IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIThe I Enterprise. coal mine superintendent who died I I Mr. Pilkenton. a native of Wilk '

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-"The Cltlzeni Bank opened iU 12 G
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doors for business on Wednesday
morning, October The Homestead 10 2
Building and Loan I is an out-
growth of the Citizen Bank .
Mrs. Ball, cashier of the Citizens IV-MftvpLvr sow
Bank, It also treasurer of the
Homestead Building and Loan Association

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-"H. A. Cameron, who hal recently -
arrived In town with hit
family from Montclair, N. J.. has
decided to enter the real estate
field and will open an office in the
mall building adjoining J. D.
Redd and formerly occupied by I
W. A. Frazeur ." I
" -"E, A Ennli and family returned I
on Friday from their)
s
northern home In Michigan." .I
-"Construction has already begun _.
on a 28x52 two-story frame
building on Second street In the
rear of the post office which will
be equipped as a modern steam
laundry as soon as completed. J.
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M. Holcomb and R. L. Hobson are
the Interested parties On the -"
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second floor of the building will
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be about ten rooms which will! be -

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-"Mrs Frank Skill entertained
a number of friends at cards on
Thursday evening, 500 being the
game played. Mrs. Lee Lehman
and Dr. J. A. Smith were the prizewinners
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"Monday evening last, the FrigidaireElectric i
new cafe building erected by Dr'
mill tia= t :
H. Schlegel was the scene of a 411
dance at which it seemed as If the
entire town had turned out Music I
was furnished by a Miami orches-'
tra of which John Eby is a mem-
ber"W:' Rangebrings
R. Crow ha. taken over
the Seminole Pharmacy and will
conduct It ai I first-class drug

Store'Friends carefree thrifty OOOG
will be pleased to you eri
dear of the marriage of Miss Ida
Seifert of Homestead, to Roy L. cooking at historymakingLOW
Godbold of Miami on Sunday .,
Miss Seifert is well known here
having 1 lived In Homestead: for a'number 'i PRICES!
of years, while I Mr God-
bold holds a position with the Os-
ceola Fertilizer Co., In Miami ."
-"The Citrus Exchange pack-
Ing house began operations last
Friday, and will total about 13
can up to Saturday of this
week ." G i
-"The first regular meeting of ; -j
the Homestead Growers Association i35 50 : f
was held Tuesday night in q. f
the secretary's office O. B. Only
Parker was re-elected a directorof
the association his term having I
expired ."

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Redland Girl Scouts Cooking can be fun in summertime your meal while you are out for SEE A DEMONSTRATION

By KATHLEEN CAMPBELLThe : I There's no reason why you the afternoon. And keep your OF ALL THESE FRIGIDAIRE

Redland Girl Scout Troop should.spend. all day in the kitch. kitchen cool-this range is built QUALITY FEATURES

held the first regular meeting of en !Or stand over a hot stove that to hold the heat I
the school Tuesday afternoonIn
year e One-Pure J'cnoeIain.on-St Cabinet
the auditorium. The meeting cooks you as much as the food. The low price means you can .
Piece Stainless Porcelain
Cooking
convened at 3:15: p. m. with the all the of Ont
Not at all! Let this beautiful enjoy advantages
linn! of "God Bless America"and
the flag salute new Frigidaire deliver you from Frigidaire Electric Cooking now. Speed,Heat Unit with 5 Practicalall ,

Plant were made for the activities this discomfort. Let it cook Investigate today. Cooking Speeds
of the scout troop for the' e Fun.Sue Twin-Unit Oven
of October. Included In
month
these are the school carnival to be Also see this lowest priced y, ot arty Automatic Oven Temperature Control

held the last of the month.At cabinet model e'... &U Thermizer Well-Cooker
the close of the meeting delicious
e 3 Spacious Storage Drawer
cake and punch were servedon AhandlOmely.tylrdcabinrtmodelwitbsucb
the lawn. quality features as speed cooling units ee High-Speed Broiler
Those present were: Kathryn large twin-unit oven,thrifty Thermiser Cooking Top Lamp
Levy Kathleen<< Campbell, Rose- WeU.Cooker, and nuuij other Convenient Electric Outlet
mary Hennlngton, Evelyn GOBS-
man, Gloria Woodsworth, Marie MODEL B.10 And many other hitb-qiulitjr features
Rogers, Grace Burry, Marion Cowman ? found in ranges up to $70 morel

Charlotte Murray, Mrs. Harvey "The "CookmMtef1 Oven Clock Control
Gossman and Mrs. Albert I $ 108
shown in Uluiuailoa is optional at una.1:
Campbell. WY TERMS extra cost.
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[Fern Thought to Be Extinct Is Found HB x


I II Homestead HighLightsTOUCH Ii i Growing in Hole-in- Sykes Hammock_ ,



By FREDDIE Fl'CIIS I extinct for more than thirty-seven,

Saturday morning as I was wandering years. .

FOOTBALL Young Flier Has Thrill of "Dead Stick" I around In Sykes hammock, The last one was found by the (
which is located on Richard road late Dr. Charles Torry Simpson In

I Landing as Engine Quits at 1,000 FeetBy !and King's highway I stumbledover 1903. Its botanical name Ia.,

BEGINS\VITA FOUR I "a root of a huge ficus tree. campyloneorum augustifollum.

ARCHER DODSON I chinned out, turned the prop This tree is sometimes known as
1 the strangling fig because of the Harry Martin Elected n
GRADES ENTERED One day while over at the air- over a few times and she startedup
port I decided to go "upstairs' to again Then I taxied up to way it kills other tree by strangling Junior Class President'The .

do few 720 degrees and maybea the station and cut her off them -
a
I While trying to regain my foot- juniors are pleased to have faa
Wednesday and Thursday of this spin or two. I climbed to about I This particular ship had been I
but this time not
'Ing I fell again their home room sponsors for
1,000 or 1,200 feet and made a cracked two or three times, andI
week and two days of next week up l
on the hard ground but In a soft the year Mrs. Gladys Webb and
couple of 720 degrees (which are I asked the owner If he got as big
will find the ninth, tenth, eleventhand spot down in the bottom of a hole Mr. Robert Heater.
vertical turns two turns In thrill I did.
full) 1 a as
twelfth grade boys busy In a which was covered with leaf mold. The election of officers Tuesday ,
either direction) and then a few He said, "No, you did the right I After standing up in the hole I resulted .follows: president, "

touch football inter-class double other maneuvers I then looked I thing. You conserved your altitude began to look for a way to climb Harry Martini vice-president, ,
elimination tournament. In this down. While I had been messing But
and made a fine landing. Marjorie Connor; secretary, Wave '
kind of tournament before a team around I was almost over Florida remember this, always clear your out.The first thing to catch my eye Horton; treasurer, Kathleen Free- :

can be eliminated It must be City. I figured that maybe I'd I motor after any kind of a spin ormaneuver I was s tiny fern attached to the man; home room reporters, Mary '
better get back towards the air-
and sometimes whileperforming the side I had never Edna Forte Annette J
beaten twice. A possible six or lime rock on Jo Close, ,
port and in the meantime climb a "
1hem. seen this fern before so I took It Campbell and Oracle Torclse; and
seven games may have to be little higher Pretty stan I was I learnedby
That was one lesson
I with me to have it classified. sergoant-at-arms, Elmer Martin.
played before the winner be up to 2,200 feet. I leveled off, I experience.
may I had a book at home on native Three new students who enrolled
cut throttle her and
my pulled ,
declared. up Florida. I lookedIn
ferns of South in the junior class this week ,
kicked her off into left I
a spin.
The physical education classes made a couple of turns, then Seniors Elect Officers I it and found the exact description are Yvonne Pollard, Ralph Del- ,

are organized into teams with team pulled out.After And Decide on Project I II of it, and to my amazementI linger and Merle Jenkins.
captains for each hour of the day.A had found a fern that had been -Mary Jo Close and Edna Forte.
round robin schedule will be losing a little of that ;; ;"
Last week senior class elect
rapidly-gained speed I kicked her I t JUNIOR HIGH
J
played with each team playing ELEMENTARY; NEWS
ed officers for the They
off Into right The year.
a spin. ground
another each Mrs. Jacobs and Mrs. Lawrencewere
one day until the
began to look close enough, so I ,are: president, J. T. Godwin' I Miss Jackson's room entertained
first halt is reached, at which selected as room mothers by
pulled out. Then I discovered 'vice-president, Fred Fuchs; sec the class with a party In honor of .
time a team with the most num- Brown the eighth grade boys.Railey 1
retary and treasurer, Betty who six
Ruehle
something was wrong. The motor Nadeane was
ber of wins II I declared the win- Macey, secretary for Mr. J
had that The seniors have decided upon of Each pupil receivedan
quit. Boy, was thing years age.
ner of that half. The same procedure Hindman, has left for an ROTC
quiet) a project for this year, something iced cup cake with, a candle on kentucky
l ia followed during the sec camp in Mrs. Carteris
which wish to leave to the
I looked at the altimeter I they each and a cup: of ice cream on
ond half until a winner is declared. substituting temporarily for him.
school. It will consist of IntOI'matiDn -
his her desk. They also celebrated -
11I should happen that the same looked at the ground. I realized or -Melba VanWinkle.
all vocations available,
team is winner of both halves, It, that I was Just getting ready to on : all the birthdays occurringIn
of course automatically "cinches"the make my first "dead stick" landIng such as the various branches- August and September at the Members of the tenth grade are
home economics,
championship. Should two if I didn't do something aboutIt engineering same time. glad to welcome Marion Turner
medicine, law, etc. This Informa-
different teams win the respective quickly. I dived the plane The children of Mrs. Edwards'room from Nokomis, Florida.
be and Into
tion will compiled put
halves, a play-off will be held, In thinking maybe the propeller files for future reference.It are enjoying making cats -Dorothy Sullivan.
which the winner of two games would turn over and she'd startup for the borders of the bulletin
Is hoped that the completed
out of three will be the championsfor again. But all I heard was air project will be useful In helping board. On the lunch cabinet, class she has three new puzzles of : ,

that period. When the winners screaming through!the struts and students decide the vocation which they are making, the boys children of all nations.

of eaoh class have been determined wires. All I : had: xlone was to they wish to upon follow and the are going to do the carpenter work The pupils of this class have

a double elimination lose some of ttbst much needed courses they should take In school and the girls are doing the paint-I been studying a poem, "The Fairy

tournament will be played by the altitude. ti' which the vocation requires. ing.Mrs. Shipwreck." Winifred Danzey

senior high boys and the Junior I looked at the altimeter again -Betty Brown. Fifield's room has changedthe I drew an attractive illustration of .
high boys to determine the school I had about 840 feet. There was color scheme from blue and her favorite lines of the poem. It

champlonnhlp. I the airport Over:to the northwest. cream to green and cream. was chosen as the best submittedand
In the class tournament, the Could I make lUll It looked like I LOCKER ROOMS REPAINTED Mrs. Bird's fifth grade is beginning it has won the place of honor ,.

first round will find the ninth could; at least) I'd.take a chance. Everybody appreciates the Im- a floor map of the United on the bulletin board.

graders pitted against the seniors In case I coulOCD&ake:: it, I had provements that have been madeon States.
end the tenth our gym this summer. We """'''''''''''''''''''''''''''
graders against the s nice soft bean field picked out Mrs. Hood has taken Mrs Dye'splace

eleventh graders On Thursday to land in. But here,! was straightening now have elevated walkways from as teacher of the fourth DR. R. S. AKERS:
the two winners will come together out over af runway. I the road to the gym doors. Thisis grade, and Is now a permanent :

and the two losers will play glided on In, leveled off, and set an Insurance against getting our teacher of that elementary class
also One of the teams will be her down to a three-point landing feet wet in case of rain. The Mrs. Gertrude Schaffner, supervisor | DENTIST |

eliminated this week. The thrill was over. Inside of the locker rooms has of elementary schools, was
Homestead High School Is probably been repainted In green and white. down visiting Homestead Elemen- .Office Hours: I a. .... to a p. m.;

one of the few schools In the players In All the classes started the year tary School Friday. Sundays: f to ISi =
their
Vmtcd States which has Its own outsmarting op- 'off by playing touch football which The fifth and sixth grade science i Closed Saturdays :
ponents. High Is
scoring
rules and regulations for this the possiblein ,will be followed by basketball in classes are enjoying making Indi- : ;:
game as it Is played here
,a me. These rules arc the result In many of the games the scores the latter part of October. vidual scrap books. The first unit j Free Parking Space IlllU
ef study and research on the -Elbert Dolar. deals with the seasons.A .
part
run up to thirty or forty points In N. W. Ism ST, MIAMI '
of the head of the physical edu- the of I book entitled "Our Presidents"is
education
space a physical ;
cation department, Theo J. Bleier. class period. TO HOLD MASS MEETING a new addition to Mrs. Fifield's PHONE S-Z1J1 i

The game as It Is played here I.almilal' s An adaptation of the game fore Miss Josephine Cook physical home room library. Also for her

In some respect to th the elementary school Is basically education teacher of Homestead

rules and regulations for touch the same as the game played by High School, has arranged four

football put out by the state de the older boys; It differs only In squads this year-White, Green,'

partment of education but differsin the number of downs and the size Blue and Red. Girls will wear:

the manner of passing behind, of the field. Boys from the fourth color bands to show which squad Redland Brand
the line of
scrimmage and over grade through the twelfth gradecan they are on. There will be Green,'
the line of scrimmage In the determining enjoy it. Blue and Red color bands, but as

of the line of scrimmage The greater freedom of play permitted all the girls wear white shirts,

which affects the down, the tagging by the rules used here there will be no white bands.A I

of the runner, the method of builds up a great deal of team mass meeting will be held Fertilizersare

scoring, and the rotation of players rivalry and a great deal of enthusiasm Friday afternoon after school for I

The possibility of any hazard in and loyalty to the group all the physical education girls to'

the game has been eliminated. No, of boys who have been played together discuss whether or not they wanta

Clocking or tackling is permitted during the fall period of girls' athletic association. 1 manufactured in Homesteadby
The game Is similar to basketballIn touch football. -Annabelle Peters.
that the ball is passed from one

player to another in the process
of a single play until the ball becomes a locally owned company.

dead either by a player STATEDrivers'

touching the player with the ball, .
running out of bounds with the Mixtures are carriedon

ball, by dropping a pass, or by a
player accidentally falling to the Licenses

round with the ball. hand for
every
Two football fields are In con-

stant use during the day and spectators for 1910 have expiredA
will wonder at the accuracyof need.

passing the deceptive runningof
players with the ball and the unnecessary embarrassment, inconvenience

initiative and jjudgment used by
and expense; apply now for 1911 Licenses I Your patronage is


DIUI.A.BERGERDentist AT ,"
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i inson Wilda B tU, Katherine f
Kelly. Bellegene Bullard Betty
At7to"QirizNo10 Stillman, Betty Bailey Anne
and Ground s s Rheney, Barbara Home, Suzanne
111n Brown, Ruth and Betty Byrum
Ruth Rutland Jolyeno Mock Bar-
bara Jean Smith Barbara Jean
HomesteadMr. Wwsver 1 Wakefield Connie Campbell, Joy
NsI Peters Betty Schaubergcr and
Betty Catlin

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and Mn. Preston B. Bird was taken to the Kendall hospital i
are announcing the arrival of a.Ixpound Monday following a heart attack,
two-ounce ion at the I
James Archer Smith hospital on Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sherard returned i ,
September 27 at 11:43 a. m. He Saturday from two-week II \
hat been named David Lester for', vacation spent In Hcnderson\.,
David"Hume of Miami and Lester N. C., and Gainesville, Fla. I
Archer of Homestead.Mrs. I
Mrs Herman Thomas and Infant i
Sylvia Atkins returned last t son, Dexter Lee were returned I N
week from a visit In Havana. She, Wednesday to their home from the
was accompanied by her mother,, James Archer Smith hospital.
Mrs. Alice Rousseau of Havana, I i

who will spend the season In F. D. Mock, president of the i
Homestead and Tallahassee. Homestead Dlamondball Association
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is attending the World SeriesIn I
Mrs. J. A. Pollard and daughter, Cincinnati. I
Yvonne returned Sept. 26 from MOP
Sweetwater Tenn., where1 they Mrs. Fritz Fuchs It receiving] WW Tnrdm lately feniM
spent the summer. Mr. Pollard medical treatment in the James
will Join them later. They have: Archer Smith hospital.I I 1. Old Man Weather I II blamed for a great many things, but how
rented the Nichols house on the responsible is he for automobile accidents? Most fatal crashes occur
corner of N. W. Fifth street and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Albury of under one cf the following condition- (a) rain..(b) fo(. .(c) clear. A NEW MANCHIROPRACTIC
First avenue. ,(d) snow.
Naranja have moved to Birdonfor I 2. Utile turning radius of a car going 25 miles an hour Is 80 feet, daily

Kenneth Hawkes left last weekto the winter. I at 79 mile an hour it will be (a) 80 feet (b). 100 feet. (c). 1(0 restores thousands of
feet. .(d) 320 feet (e) 500 feet. (f) 720 feet.
enter his freshman year at Mrs. Barbara Johnston of MiamiIs 3. A car will start a great deal easier on glare Ice or in slippery sick anti ailing people to
Emory University in Atlanta. receiving medical treatment In I mud If you place the gears in -,(*) low. (b) second (c) high (d)] health. Many had tried
the James Archer Smith hospital reverse. else in vain.
Mrs, A. M. O'Qulnn of Goulds, which she entered Tuesday. everything

who was Injured in an automobile ..............."...,.........,....-............................ I ANSWERS. ON CLASSIFIED PAGE Don t say you can't get
accident In Brunswick Ga., Sept rid of trouble organic -
23, Is receiving treatment for FLORIDA CITYBy I",.............................,......,...,......"'...,................ 1, 1940. It was decided that the or your otherwise until,
bruises in the James Archer Smith Alum W. W. SeveryMNNNM.NN.NN.W.NL. Homestead Girl Scouts troop would meet at 3 30 p. m. at ; ,

hospital where she was admitted ......... .. ... I Subrr. Scribe home of Mri Frank Skill Wilda ;you have given Chiro-
W "' Catherine
W W BT
Saturday. ..,.N...Mary........:................N.............N.L..........,...I Baits has charge of registration, practic a chance.Consultation .
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Thompson
Girl Scout Troop tto IS held and Anne Rheney, of the hostess without
entertained I
Mrs. A. F. Arthur and Mrs at dinner Tuesday
Adrian Jacobs returned this week evening in honor of the ninth the first meeting of the year Oct. 1st.Mrs. Home .andrMn. Hudson obligation.Hours .

from Washington D. C., where birthday of their son, Howard.i her home Sunday after a visit of were in charge of thai, meeting as : t-ltt 1.51;
Mrs. Arthur The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Sundays by Appointment
visited her son, Wil- i several weeks in Miami. Mrs. Skill, troop leader was unable -
liam, at Annapolis, and Mrs. Jacobs Harry Cuchella, Charles James, J'i
to be at the first meeting on Dr. R. J. Elliott
visited in Fredrlcksburg and B. and Oscar Cloninger, Paul
A. B. Langham who is employedIn ccpufit of Illness. ,)jQamei were I
:. Richmond, Va, Neill, and Wade and Lavon Miami spent the week-end with played and refreshments served Born BId,. Homestead Fla.
Thompson.J. I his family here. I """.........-.."........".........".""..."..."
Irs. Home was hoetees.
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Blake have Those present were Ann and ; For results use -
.
returned to their home in South Hastings of Miami arrived Pete Toni of Ipswich Mass, arrived Catherine ShacklefordI Patty Rob- Enterprise Classified Ads
Allapattah Gardens after spending last week to replace John Graves Thursday.fvr"v .
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several months at their summer at the Florida Power and Light .... ......... ..
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, home in Concord "" "" """"""" I
I Ga. Company office. Mr. Craves resigned -
to go into business in I S BIRD
Miss Eula Wilson left Wednesday Homestead.Mrs. II
for her home In Folkston Ga., I EXPERT I

after spending two weeks with Efflyn Carroll arrived
Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Brown Jr. Wednesday from Detroit to spend IndorsedUSED
Miss Wilson Is a cousin of Mrs. BARBERING
he winter at her home on Broadway -
Brown.
i

Mrs. C. E. Calderwood CARS :
of Red-
land entered the James Archer Mr. and Mrs. Harry Degler accompanied I I HAIRCUT ...... 40c I
Alonzo Lewis on a
Smith hospital Tuesday for medi- Our used fare always represent rood value, bat the i
cal treatment.Mr. business trip to Philadelphia Sun. SHAMPOO\ ...... 40c
day. Mrs. Degler will visit also ones listed below are unusually choice and we recommend

and Mrs. Adam. Brannenof In Clarksburg W. Va. MASSAGE ...... 40c any one of them for year consideration.

South Allapattnh Gardens are
spending two weeks Mr. and Mrs. M .V. LoU and .0..0.6....................................
visiting relatives -
moved the Wm. Mussel-
family to BUSH'SBARBER
in Statesboro Ga.
white apartment in Home-
garage
stead this week. 1939 OLDSMOBILE COUPE-my low mile-
W. H. Russell and A. D. Fogle
spent several days this week at age; looks and runs like new.
Birdon on Tamlami Trail where Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lozier and 1931 PLYMOUTH 2-1)0011 SEDAN-good J
moved Fort Lauderdale
to
they will farm this winter. sons Sunday. / SHOP transportation; cheap.

Mr. and Mrs. C. Underwood of 1935 FORD 4-DOOR TOURING SEDAN-ori !
Naranja and their son, Thomas, Mr and Mrs. Wm. Hillbroughand inal paint; looks like new; a real huy.

tion left Friday for a few weeks' vaca- guests family of Mr.of and Miami Mrs were W. W.Sunday Sev- N. KROME AVE. 1938 IE SOTO 4-DOOR TOURING SIWAN-
in
Ga.
Dublin
ery. good paint; very clean; cheap.

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Saunders 1910 BUICK 11 1-DOOR TOURING SEDAN-
left Tuesday for a two-week vaca- Mrs. Charles Becker returned to AA AAAAAAaaaAAAAAAAAA..uTT.rTIITi'i"iI"IITIi.JI. radio; very low mileage; clean as new. 1

tion with relatives In Cocoa. < : .. ,, ... old 01 i ii i.. '. .. .. 1937 CHEVROLET SPORT SEDAN-%'cry good

Mrs. Will Vines, sister of W. T. condition; original paint.
McConnell who has been visiting _: We.truthfully say:- 1936 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR SEDANnewpaint
her brother and sister-in-law for :
and clean inside.
several weeks; left Saturday for {
her home in Leary, Ga. PONTIACIs i

Miss Sarah Kirkpatrick of Fort PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.I
Pierce was a week-end guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie L. Hood. I
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CLUB'S BENEFIT BRIDGE TOURNAMENTChief I --.---.........-.-............1 INVITED TO CLUB'S POT LUCK DINNERAll

Oct. 4.Meeting of Eplscpal i ------
of the week activities Playing were: Mn Paul Reynolds I
Professional Women'i Week which
Auxiliary.Oct. All business and professionalwomen
have been the University Club'sbridge Un Gordon Ivey, Mrs. Jack
T. B. P. W. C. begins Monday.
pot-tuck of the Redland District
tournament parties The M Gatlm Mn Vane Harris, Mrs.
tournament la being given to increase ''E!. H. Collier Mrs Claude Campbell dinner in Chamber of Commerce! are invited to attend a pot-luck A short program on voting Intelligently
at 9.:30 o'clock
the club scholarship fund I Mrs B. M. Hindman, Mrs. building dinner in the Chamber of Commerce will follow the dinner.
Oct of JuniorWoman
Mrs Paul Reynolds and Frank Carl F. Robinson, Mrs Joe Hall '7Meeting I Mrs Cina Stewart, assisted by
Webb were the high score prizewinners Mrs C. H. Denby, Mrs. Russell s Club building at 630 o'clock Mn Virgil Lyon Mrs. Green
Oct. S.-Woman's Club of Homestead Monday evening Rives, Mrs Charles Clinton Mrs.
Horn K.
in a party; Friday at the Mrs H. Foulk Mrs.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb. Perkins, Mrs White and Miss LoU meeting in clubhouse at' The dinner will be given by the Eva Collins, Mrs M. F. White
Mn Webb and Mrs W. B. Mills Bchrens 3pm. Homestead Business and Profes- Mrs J, F. Hammett and Mrs. C.
were joint hostesses This group will meet this after Oct. fl.-Silver tea of RedlandWoman's 1 slonal Women's Club in cbserv-,L. Ooley will give a propaganda

Others playing were: Dr. and noon at 2 clock at the home of Society of Christian lance! of National Business and analysis
Service at 2:30 o'clock in church
Mrs Frank Hauimun, Mr. end Mrs Reynolds and Mrs. T. J. I Oct 9..-Meeting of W. M U: REV AND MRS. W. E. ROWELL ARE HONORED
Mn B M. Hnidman Mr. and Mrs Bleler and Mn Reynolds will bt Circles

E B Blackburn, Mr. and Mn T. the hostesses I Oct. 9.-Redland Alumni Association / ON SECOND ANNIVERSARY OF WEDDING I
J Bleler Mr. and Mrs R J. Hester
-
Mra C Hagler Rice and Mrs
meeting at 9 o'clock I In
Mr and Mrs Lee H. Lehman. Alma Doxsee were high score school auditorium.Oct. The Rev. and Mn W. E. Rowell 1 Tom Qulllan Mrs M. M. Ramsey,
Orlid Mrs R. J. Elliott Mr. prize winnen in the women'a evening 10.-Woodman Circle meet II were honored on their second wedding I I' Mrs Joseph Lowe and Mrs Dan
red Mrs G. M Frlck and Mr. and group which met Friday al Irg at home of Mrs. W D. Coker. anniversary Tuesday evening; Roberts
Mrs Howard Lamb. the home of Miss Bertha Nill Oct. 11.-Homestead Home Dem: I with a miscellaneous shower I _
This group will play at the home Hausman. Miss Hausman and castration Club opening meeting given by Mn Frank W. Stillmanand MRS ARMSTRONG ELECTED
at Mr and Mn Blackburn tonight Miss Julia Sullivan were hostesses In Neva King Cooper School at Mrs. Gotch Kufeldt at the REDLAND SOCIETY HEAD
jnd him J. R. Rutland and Mn 9:30: o'clock. Stillman home In Redland Mr. Mrs H. J Armstrong was elect-
Blackburn will be the hostesses Others playing were: Mn Law- Oct. 11.-Musical program of Rowell Is pastor of the Redland ed president of the Woman's So-
Mn J. A. Rotherham and Clarence rence Becker, Mrs. Roy Chandler. Marian Fleitas Circle In Homestead and Florida City: community ciety of Christian Service of Red-
Gray made the high scores Mn Charles Clinton Mn J. H. Methodist Church at 8 o'clock. churches land Community Church at a charter -
In a group that met for the second Miller Mrs Paul Haley, Mrs.Lloyd Oct. 12.-Meeting of art class In Games were played during the meeting of the society Satur-
time Wednesday at the home of Deltz. Mrs A. Wells Miss Chamber of Commerce nt f o'clock.J evening. and Ice cream and cupcakes I day afternoon in the church. This
Mr and Mn Lonnie L. Hood. Mn Ann Lee, Misses Mosely and Oct. 14.-Monday Music Club]I were aerved society takes the place of the
Hood and Mill Helen Daniel were I Melba Sever Miss Barbara Done I meeting at home of Mrs Bevo]I Those present were: Mr. and Ladies Aid Society
joint hostesses and Miss Eleanor Kendrick. Webb at 3.30 o'clock, | Mrs. Rowell, Mr. and Mrs. Still- Other officer of the new society
Those playing were: Mr and Mn Becker and Mn Rudolph Oct. IS: .-County P. T. A. school man, Mr. and Mn Kufeldt Mr. are: Mrs. Anna Messersmith
Mn C J Purrrum, Mr. and Mrs Malison will entertain this group ot Instruction at Ada Merrltt and Mrs M. A. Baker, Mr and vice-president; Mrs M. M. Ramsey
Carl Wagner Mr. and Mrs Stanley this evening at the home of the School Mrs. J. W. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs.J. a secretary; and Mrs. Frank
Wittkop, Mr and Mn B. M Hind- former, I I Oct. Installation: services of D. Wysong. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Etlllmin, treasurer.
mun Mr and Mrs. R .H Done, Mrmd Mrs E A, Ames and Mrs Ceo Woman Society of Christian Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs Fred I A silver tea was planned for
Mrs Bcvo Webb, Mr and Mn M Frick were the prize winners Service. Kufeldt, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Wednesday at 2.30 o'clock in the
flenn' Johnson Mr. and Mrs In the Monday afternoon party 1 Oct. 18.-Benefit supper of Red- I Singleton, Mn Cina Stewart, Mn !I church I Mrs. M A. Baker and
Cray Mm Ida Elchcnbcrgrr. Mrs given at the home of Mrs Frank land Community Church. 'Dave Kufeldt, Mrs. E. J Moore, Mrs. Dave Kufeldt will be hostesses
D E Banhor Mrs WillArd Camp- Hiusman Mfi Hausman and Oct. 18.-Pilnceton Home Demonstration I Mrs Geo W. Turner, Sr., Mn A. I ,
bell. Mn Julia Phillips, Mrs Mrs B. G. Dye were hostesses. | Club meeting at 2 W. January, Mrs. B. A. WaldmMra A benefit covered-dish supper
Rotherham, Miss Pearl Whitaker Others playing were: Mrs Rus- o'clock at home of Mrs W. W. Geo. W. Turner Jr., Mrs H. will be given In the church on
Allen Neal And William Krome. tell Anderson, Mrs Claude, Bcthea, Halnlin, Mra Edw. Tldsdale, Mrs Oct. 18, It was decided. Mn Geo.
This group will meet nex Mien, Mrs J. R. Brooks, Mrs Oct 18.-Meeting of Homestead I Anna Messersmith Mrs. M. Engle W. Turner, Jr.. and Mrs. Carrie
Wednesday at the home of Mr. anc A. Payne, Mrs, C. Hagler 11.1 1!'. T. A. At 3p.m. Mrs Mario Lopez, Miss Estelle McCullough will be hostesses
Mrs W. R. Bird where Mr. Biro! Mrs W. J. Clark, Mrs Lee Oct. 22.-Dade County Council Turner Miss Ruth Tenet, Misses Present Saturday were: the
and Mrs. W. M. Fifield will entertain Lehman M,.. C. H Steffani, Mra 'of Legion Auxiliaries meeting and Mary, Freda and Julia Frances R'v. and Mn W. E. Rowell, Mrs
I Geo. N. Wakefield t Mrs Henry luncheon in Legion hull Englc, Margaret and Betty Still- i E. J. Moore, Mrs Geo. E. Deuel
Mrs J. D. Perkins and Mrs M. Johnson, Mrs. Howard Johnson Oct. 23.-Ladies' night at Rotary man, L. G. Ruggles, Wm. Mulkins, Mrs Geo W. Turner, Sr., Mrs
F White were high score prizewinners Mn T. J. Ftiynt, Mrs. W. E. I Club. Robert Cast, Adolph Lopez and Stillman Mrs. Ramsey, Mn Armstrong -
in an afternoon group Rheney and Mra A .M. Logan Oct. 24.-Dorcas Class meetingat Wesley January. Mrs Geo W Turner, Jr.,
hat met Friday at the home of I Mrs Julian H: Webster and I hums of Mrs. T E. Kirby. Gift were received from: Mn,I nad Miss Estelle Turner.
Mn Geo. D. Ruehle where Mrs Mrs Thomas Murphy will be Oct. 24.-Meeting of Presbyterian -
Ruehle and Mrs William Gee were hostesses to this group next ManI I I Auxiliary

hostesses, day at the Webster home. Oct. 30.-Lily Bow Book Review 0,"'"',1 '..,. "0.... t"..' few tUUf'"
Club meeting in library at 8 p. m.

L. C DODD IS ELECTED Nov. 8.-Meeting of Circles ofWoman's

I METHODIST PRESIDENTOF FELLOWSHIP CLASS I'i Service Society of Christian THE DIXIE DRUGPhones

Nov. 8.-Meeting of
Legion Aux-
19 and 9101-Homestead. Fls.
L i: Dodd was elected president iliary in Legion hall at 8 p. m.
HONORED AT SHOWER Nov. 23. JACK POLK-HOWARD JOHNSON
-Third
>f Wesley Fellowship Class of annual Woman'sClub
Homestead Methodist Church at a I Mrs. Jack M Gatlin was honored I cabaret in Chamber of Commerce -

called meeting Tuesday evening with a surprise miscellaneous building.METHODIST ICE
at the home of the teacher Mrs. shower given by Mrs, A. A A-3 PRODUCt 'Co.?
Casper Williams Miss Helen Payne and Mrs Carl F. Robinsonat I CIRCLETO
Moye was elected vice-president the home of Mrs Payne yesterday PRESENT MUSICALA CREAM >4aoivvi6ESnoVA1r4wvrMade

and Miss Mary McNeil, secretaryand afternoon musical program sponsored by
treasurer Mrs Gatlln the former Miss I the Marlon Fleitas Circle of theWoman's 46fG'; '+tdaZrOyFAA
Dave Williams was made recre- Betty Louise Harris of Redland. Society of Christian /elf1 >

ation chairman and Miss Mary recently returned with Mr CaUin i Service of the Homestead Methodist Daily
of Kit
the
Eleanor Williams, Miss Helen Field form Waupun WIs. where their I Church will be presented Why tedigestea ee; on tcwntort suffering; writ*tortures ym mI pt
and Robert Cast were appointedto marriage took place June 28. Friday Oct. 11, in the church atI In IIIM.K i7 IH four soy action yls quick
serve as a recreation committee Mrs. Gatlln received a telegram I oclock an4 swelaeea4 .olio!. Thewaeds get rout
for the next three months Mrs. during the afternoon directing her A silver offering will be taken OurOwn from !>sea a.!, Try this *.<*-
Dodd and Miss Nella Sauls will to a certain spot In the house for the benefit of the circle The 1a.ai; e.li.t sold only at Ru.U O.ue
handle the publicity. where she would find the gifts public is cordially invited to attend Sttni t.J.y,
The class decided to present the Favorite recipes of the guests were .
church with a gift-not to exceed given the honor guest, and various '-- store B/5M/\-/EX/ /
$20 in cost-before Christmas !games were played
Miss McNeil Miss Saul '
and Mr.
I The house was decorated. with 4Y44 OZ
Dodd will serve as the gift committee C
zinnias and Take
marigolds. home 5 JAR

The class voted to collect old I
RCDLAND ALUMNITO a quart
books and magazines and to turn '
MEET WEDNESDAYA F IBM
them over to the Woman Societyof : }
meeting of the Redland
Christian Service.
Alumni Association will be heldWednesday
After the business meeting + ml aG+Y S10Rt
evening at 8 o'clock
games were played and Ice cream
In the Redland High School auditorium
Mi 31
and cake were served !
Present were: Mr. and Mrs to begin making I plans forthe ea

Lloyd Field, Mr. and Mn Dodd holiday vacations I (Q ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION VISIT
All graduates of Redland
Mr and Mn Williams, Mn Leslie High alltll
Dltter Misses Martha and Ed. School are asked to attend I and Knzo/ TOOTH BRUSH

win Close. Miss Kathleen Ross, -- -------------- -I DMDlovtll toatinq teas 0''ftII\MIte OUR -
Misses Helen and Antoinette I roar, with TrwimlqvM., the
Moye, Miss Jamie Richards, Misses MIRY ELEtNORILLUMS haatcruMS method i a a Cool A IPMM) sombtRoVes VON* tki
sole comfortable to a Niel l of this
men oar0 yet
Mary Eleanor and Barbers Wil- graduate of Waynesburg College oceeaneal; onbl. ttr.ria.rll. lot SODA
liams Miss Saute, Miss MiNei), School of Drama I Ask(forrfh so(* and BlMMftiPa onfis.pts; ,
Gene Hunt, Willard Norman, Roy offers a I 'e
Nelson and Mr. Ca
of private lessonsIn uqruc1UfJ

"Dr. Leonard H'. Expression and Speech 0\1 .... ..._
....."01.. .. Rye .. Correction I '.,..-., sasses 49C
I PYU.s W .. lItsunl Registration Tuesday, Oct. 8, r1LICE'S BeAUTY'PARLOR
:S to S o'clock I '

111 N. I. rtr.e at Casper Williams home two miles II-It 11Cmr Amok
.C.yMt.b .: .. north of Homestead on Dixie H'4'1.// Aao assess, 0.'ce.eee.a.e tiAR'At
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MarL WYSONG ( ;
TO HEAD REDLAND : '

Mrs. J. D. Wysong was -

II Social Events I ed Demonstration president of the Club Redland Friday

meeting In the RedUnd
nity Church when the needs
community and ways in
I It club could: meet these needs i
.
[HOMESTEAD HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB discussed.

HOLD OPENING / Mrs J. H. Singer was I
I WILL MEETING FRIDAYPlan vice-president; Mrs. J. :

it ;: Scott, secretary and Mrs.
wo-m
for the yeor'i Crady, county home demonstration -
Brannen treasurer.
M made by the Homestead Home agent.
The members decided that ;
''Demonstration Club at its opening/ Meetings will be held from 9:30: reation1 for the unmarried ;
meeting at 9:30: o'clock Friday to 11:30: on the third Friday of
teen-age groups Is the most ; :
morning In the Neva King Cooper! the month. portant need In the Redland
[school. Cooking, n'I upholstery I Officers will be elected at the trict now How to secure !
drapery making first meeting. Mrs. R. E Edwards members and send
Jar projejct will be undertaken la chairman of the nominating concerning home
'WIder supervision of Miss Eunice committee. Mrs. Geo. N. Wake- work to women unable to
field Mrs Earl Cravey Mrs Fred the meetings was discussed.

MRS. JULIA: POLK HONORED Suber and Mrs. A. D. Smith will Miss Eunice Grady county
BY CLASS OX ANNIVERSARY I make up the monthly schedule of demonstration agent, said
I
f Mrs. Julia Polk, teacher of the work. hoped the club would have I
[Dorcai Class of the First Baptist Visitors are always welcome at extensive home gardens and ,
Church of Homestead, was honor j I these monthly meetings. Membership more products raised in :
ed with a handkershief shower in I In the club is always open to Mrs. Seymour Dane, lawn I
{!honor of her birthday anniversary |anyone who Is interested in keep- garden chairman for the past i I
r fat a meeting of the class Friday s ling up with modem trends and urged all members help I
afternoon at the home of Mrs improvements in the important .tify the roadways In 1
,Charles Martin. business of making a home, according ',make their own yards I

ti Mrs C. T. Harper conducted a to announcements made tractive.
short business session. Mrs. Bet by Miss Grady. The meetings will

>Andrews had charge of the devotionals Plans will be made to take care : be held on the fourth .
: each month at 1.30, as they
small
jot children so that the
:' A' birthday cake was served mothers may enjoy the meetings. I last year.
At the suggestion of Mrs.
with! ice cream. I ,
I:
Carter the club voted to
The next meeting will be held LEGION AUXILIARY TO
I I
Oct. 24 at the home of Mrs. T. E.|ENTERTAIN COUNTY COUNCIL Christmas during the and year.other greeting John'I, I ; : :

Kirby, i The meeting of the Dade County Present besides those i!
Present besides those mentionedwen Council of American Legion Aux- were: Mrs. H. J. Armstrong
: Mr*. S. A. Turner, Mrs. E. I 1
i jiliarles which will be held in ., Chas. Lair. Mrs. W. K.
L. Lawrence, Mrs. Frank Irwin, I I
Homestead on Oct. 22, was discussed Mrs. J. A. Rotherham. ,
Mrs. S A. Proctor Mrs. Chesley at a meeting of the Auxiliary I I
Saunders, Mrs. A. D. Smith, Mrs.J. of John O. Salley Post Wednesday I EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: ,:
1
Lawrence Scott and Mrs. Gar- \
dener. I evening in the Legion hall. (ADDS NEW CHAIRMEN ,
Plans for the luncheon to be'given I
'I .The Homestead P T. A. : \
DISTRICT HALLOWEEN PARTY when the council meets in tive committee voted
I
Homestead I
TO IE SPONSORED BY CIRCLEA were made. to have an exceptional child I

Halloween party for the Red- i| The next regular meeting of man and a fine arts ,
land District will be sponsored by the auxiliary will be held In the pointed. I[ i
the Outlook Circle of the Woman's Legion hall Nov. 6. Registration expense and |
Society of Christian Service of I Present at the meeting! Wednes- portation expense for ..1
the Homestead Methodist Churchit 'day were: Mrs. E. J. Norman, Jr.. 16 delegates to the state j !
was decided at a meeting Tues- I Mrs. Jesse Common Mrs. Lamar tion In Miami in \' I..1 I ; 'j
day evening at the home of Mrs. I Kendrick Mrs. Harold Sheffield, amount to $26.50 the '
Allan Kissam. j I Mrs. W. E. Rheney, Mrs Geo. W. estimated and this amount I
The party will be held In the Turner Jr., Mrs. Wm. J. Geronlmo provided for lu the :
Chamber of Commerce building at Mrs. Frank B. Rue and Miss Ruth committee derided. Mrs. I
a date to be set later. A prize Fox. Archer was appointed to
will be given for the best costume, I the convention plans at the t I
and all the horrors of Halloween PLAY CONCLUDES: W. M. U. (I meeting of the ()(' : 'I l
Oct. 18.DINNER.
will be depicted. A small admission -I WEEK OF PRAYER
will be charged for the bene-
fit of the circle. 'I'I A short play, "When Ve Pray- PARTY GIVEN I : ; : :
Say," which concluded three ,
At the meeting the hostess daysof FOR SORORITY RUSHEE9 I
I
prayer study of the Woman'si ,, I
served coconut cake and punch. Kappa Phi Delta I :
Missionary Union of the First Bap-
Present were: Mrs. L. C. Dodd, tertained its rushees at an I
Church of Homestead
jtlst was
Mrs Ivan Moser, Mr. J. J. Rich- II dinner party Saturday
I1 1 presented in the Sunday school : 1
ards, Miss Priscilla Fread, Miss the Bamboo Tavern. 1 :
Nella Sauls, Miss Mary McNelll, i building Wednesday evening. dinner, the group '
Misses Helen and Antoinette ; The play, the scene of which theater. I
Moye and Mrs. Kissam. l j was the office of the Florida Baptist Miss Wava Horton was : I
Association, told of the missionary president of the sorority I :
VI. M. U. LEADERS work being done in the months ago. Miss Betty
REDIVIDE CIRCLES state. Those taking part were: Meybem is secretary and I I I !
Circle leaders of the Woman's I Dr. J. E. Johnstone, J. Q. Caldwell, Frances Lamb treasurer. I I i j
Missionary Union of the First Frank Mcllwain and T. C. Shackle- Covers at the dinner I i
Baptist Church of Homestead met I ford as office holders In the suite for: Miss Charlotte I !
Friday evening at the home of association; Miss Dora Scott as Miss Libby Jane Buck Miss I I i
Mrs. J. Tom Vann to rearrange land secretary of the W. M. U.;
the five clccles for the coming I Miss Ellen Vann and Miss
:year. I Catherine Bell as office secre
I taries.
The leader, appointed by the
Mrs. Pete Morgan had Charge
president Mrs Frank Irwin decided -
to divide! the circles accordIng 10f the meeting Monday which was
"Migrants In Our Midst." Talks
to transportation active members -
and inherent Instead of being were given by: Mrs. Bert Andrews, I.
divided according to sections of "State Missions In the Everglades":
the town. Mrs. A. D. Smith "Everglades Migratory -
Present were: Mrs. Pete Morgan -I Labor Problems"; Mrs. S. PRNlEHBRAND
leader of Circle One; Mrs. A. A. Proctor "Migratory Laborers" I II I

D. Smith, leader of Circle Two; Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott conducted -
Mrs. R. E. Edwards, hade of Cir- a program Tuesday on "MIs-
cle Three; Mrs. Vann, leader of I sionary Pastors Minister to Flor-
Circle Four; and Mrs. C. E. Saun- ida's Needs." Talks were given
ders, leader of Circle Five as follows: Mrs. R. E. Edwards,
All circles will meet Wednesday I "Evangelism In the Everglades";
Circle One with Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. W. D. Coker, "Missionary
Circle*Two with Mrs. J. R. By- Pastors-Young and Old". Mrs. J.
rum, Circle Three with Mrs Edwards Lee Smith, "Sightseeing In South
Circle Four with Mrs. Florida"; Mrs. T. D. Piche "For
Vann, and Circle Five with Mrs.E. Florida Friends"; Mrs. Julia Polk,
L. Lawrence "Messages from West Florida. avocAoos ?IND.LIMESAMERICA'S ;;



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!140 Friday October 4, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Eleven' 'p

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d i**"1 ++++f........ telegram Informing her of his safe 1


journey delivered but to unfortunately the widow of it was the't I Chapter NOTICE I7IST OF-TAX Ada APPLICATION DEED af till-Flla FOR A.4J5I CLASSIFIED ADS

Hints toHousewives late preacher What was the I Nation la hereby given that K A. Gau.I I IIhir. !
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[ .. holder of But and County Tag Certificate 1
prise of the good woman when No. OH24 Weed the lib day of ,

she read: ,]I June A. D loss. has filed urn It my RATE Tint Insertion 10* a line, subsequent Insertion /
office. and hu mad application. for a ui ,
[ I-Ex.'Arrived safely-heat terrific." dead.:-j: thereon describe Said Certificate pnnxry S4 a line

Iin the County of Dad. State of Floridatowltl I
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Boll at the N. E. Cor of W i, of 11''* I I FOR RENTFOR put in condition the two apart-
\ ++++( +++-M4-4-++++++ AUTO QUIZ NO. 10 of low Sit of SKi,. th 11"1 ly 100 ft.. "ly 100 I ments should rent for $360 per I
I ft. E'ly 100 ft. Wile sits ft to n ofl RENT-Fine Allapattah and
SAVING VITAMINS ANSWERS llMln' In Section 1. Townihlp 14 South, I East Glade and tomato year. It Is a 20% imeiitment
7 I. c. clear Note that this ques- Rant It la.t In the County of Dad. I potato H. A. Cameron Homestead
Mistakes In methods of cooking Slat of Florida.Tba land. Eleanor Froscher Phone526J
refers to fatal accidents. Most of commitment of hold nnder. Phone 11 (s27U)
find even delays In serving vita. i property (04))
us have learned the said certificate/ In the oft
to fear rain wu nan
tnln-rich foods after they have been snow I
| I T. I Miller t al
I cooked or otherwise made ready I and fog, and we drive accordingly i Inlet uld certificate shall bt Nomnvo1 'FOR RENT-4-room modern BUY A NEW FOR car or truck

j tor the table, may result In considerable I(,There are many minor mishaps In therein according will to b.law told. the U property the / dewrlbcd house with porch completely i $30 below regular price. P. 0. t

loss of vitamin values such weather, but because few of at the Court houu door on ,h.hi'i. ,bidder Mnn I I II furnished, $20 a month. Crooks. I 1 Box 1381: s27U)
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'us drive at high speeds under 1 day In the month of November 1810, which Inc. o4))
.tHere are tome suggestions on I
ll the 4th diy of November 1040
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Vitamin-saving I : 'i these conditions, fatal accidents 1 E. B. LEATHLRVUV, OIL AND BOTTLE GAS stoves

.Don't stir air into foods while I occur more rarely than one would Dated this 94thClocko' September Circuit Court. 1MO.'l' FOR BENT-Clean all electric I from $1 up. Virgil Lyon.

I ttey are cooking suspect Dad. County Florida., furnished apartment Mrs Eva (i27tl)

Don't use soda in cooking I 2. f. 720 feet. As speed Is In- (Circuit Court deal! Collins Federal Highway, Biscayne '
; J| green I fly N. C. STFRRCTT D. C.
creased the Drive at Modello. 'I
:,I ytfetables car requires an increased (Sept 27 : Oct 4. 11. IS. 104) I FOR SALE-Immediate dl9pD11111.
.,Use as little water as possible in turning radius This radius _, slOtf) Used sheet tin and wood. Collins -

I $!'Oklnlf vitamin-rich foods I!increases as the square of the I NOTICE OF APPMrATION FOR : I Bldg See Mil Eva Collins
l, speed. Thus, when speed TAX l>r.ED RENT YOUR HOUSE OR APART- I Modtllo (120)
jipon't use long cooking processes Chapter 17157-Acte of I S5-Flit A'4'4 \IENT-fuml.hed or unfunilsh-
'I 'filch as stewing when shorter :doubled the safe turning radius NOTICE I* HEREBY: OVEN that lrb: | '
,/nethods are feasible. I quadrupled: when speed Is 1'1 Helmi, holder of Pr.tad' County: Tat i I ed. I have year 'round clients RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for
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Issued. theHit
Ctrtlflcato. No 919. Benjamin W. Morris
registered
Don't throw away water invhlch I the es.nl turning i radius Is I day "f June. A. D IMS hefiled ..m'l sale cheap. Mrs H II Ewing,
'" vegetables have been cooked. longer An appreciation of In m ly fflce.. and has mad application fora real estate roker, rl Krone IS N. E. 8th st, Homestead
these facts will inn deed to bt issued lh.reon Said C.rtlflratr. | ave, next to Baptist Cliuichs20t. alStf .
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\f PM it in making gravies, sauces, :' explain many embrace the following dncrlbrdproiwrly i
and dents on CU1'\ ... I In the County of Dodo. state of I ( ()
soups aCcl.1 plants
I 3. Fl ,rlda. to>wlt i FOR SALE Tropnai
high. Under
G'Don't fry foods valuable for their I I c. any other Lot 29, mk .t F' Iford Hlrhlan I : ,. i,FOR RENT-Furnished and Unfurnished 1 I rus trees and tropical fruit in
ditions I
Content of vitamins A, B or C. this would be a Second Addn. a Plot Hook *. rani
I 'driving error. Using the I 111/1 In the County of Da I*. State .f FlorIda houses and apartments season. Jungle! Grove, Redland
{__,Prepare chopped fruit and vege- gentler I ai embraced In Certificate No. dThe ments Year 'round tenants I road and Plummet drive.
table salads just before serving gear maintains the light friction assessment of said property under the
I 0 which exists between the tires and said Certificate issued wu In the name ofLot" preferred. Benjamin W.1<
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:: I ". ns, registered real estate WAATE1)TUTORING (
f:it happened that two men bear Ice, mud or clay. Bo sure how III. Block 17. Fulfnrd H rhlandiSecond N. Krome Ave next to .Ir-1
I ever that Addn. a Sub. Flat Hook .. Pan .
you the clutch
engage
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the same name one a clergyman WANTED high
tJ 10S In the County of Dnde. S.nt. of Florida Church.. s20tf)
the other a business man with all possible care and u embraced In Certificate No. VIP.The school and grade school subject
.......... ....... ........... Ilownell'l
both lived in the same city. The I "' ''' ......'''.... Paid assessment C.rtifirat. of Issued said wu property In the under name the of RENT YOUR HOUSE-furmsnea Mrs H J. Armstrong, A. B,

::1 clergyman died and about the same IN THE!: COUNTY JIIHFK COI RT IN Unknown or unfurnished. I have year Plummer drive and Country
( time his neighbor went to southern AND FOR DAD (Ol-NTY. FLORIDA. Inleu uld Certlflrntet shelf b* redeemed 'round clients Benjamin W Club road.
IN rROHATE!: N. 1I5J arcordltil to law, the property described.
; California When the business manarrived In Re: STATE OF therein will ... Mild to the hltheit hardier Morris registered real estate
there, he sent his wife a i I CHARIrD T. Ft'CHS, PR Recessed. at the Court hOI... door on the first Mnn. broker, N. Krome ave., next to CLEAN RAGS WANTED WIL
NOTICE T() CREDITORS day In the month of N vimber. I9IU which
To All Creditors and All I'......,. Having ll the 4th day of Novetnher. "40, Baptist Church (juietf) exchange subscription or adv
AMERICAN BOY MAGAZINE Claimt or Demand Anoint l Said l Eaate i Dated this lit day "t nnoher I 1940 tislng for clean rugs Leader-
You. and each of you art hereby notl.I E H LEATHrRMAN .
1 COMPANION TO THOUSANDS|I > fled and required u, present any claim I Clerk of Circuit Court FOR SALE Enterprise
'. and demand which you. or either of you Cadi County. Forldn
Hundreds of thousands of |! may have ...Ina. the estate of Charles (Circuit Court Stall. NOTICE OF APIIHATION FOR
j boys)IF..h.i 8r. dcteiaed. Into of Dad Count By N. C. BTFBRFTT D. C. TAX DEED
and young men read THE AMER-'I! Florida to the Hon. W F. Hlanton. T'I (Oct 4. 11. IB 25. 18.01 FOR SALE Man s bicycle Chapter I741J-Acli .( 111 Flit A.4IM
ICAN BOY Magazine ty Judge of Uad. County and flit/ the un Tom Colllni M&MUft, Fid NOTICE IS HrHMIV (,IXrN that T N
every month''IIn' i hi. office In the County Courthouse I In NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Tom holder of Stale, and Chattily' Ha Per
and consider It more as a living Dads County Florida. within eight ..1... TAX DUD SIO'OO'j) .... No. 16(1 leaned. he Ird day of Au
companion than as a magazine dar month from the data of the tint pub I Chapter 1 4J7-Art. .f Isis lint A. D. 1186 hu filed um. In my of
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passion h.rrtf S.ld claims or demand File N.. A.4241 tin. and hai made aiillcatl far a tadeed >
., 'Its as much a buddy to me as1my I to contain the legal address of the clalnf NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that L, B FISKE MANOR HOUSE to b* ....... thereon Said. C.rtifl.
neighborhood chum writes, :ant and to bt sworn to and presented u Stanley. holder' of Slat and County Tom 1500. See me and make eats, embrace the f"M.wli,t .....lhod pnp
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1 aforesaid or same will ... barred Ban Certificates No. 7ut 7(1 7 It and 720 ,.. arty In the County of I'n"I*. Slat, of Fl,UP.
one high school senior 'THE: I Section 120 of the lOll Probate Aet.I sued the sib day of Juna A. D. 1t28. hu H.j\. Cameron./\U'1nestead. Ida towltiTract
AMERICAN BOY seems to under. ; Date September 24th A. D l Ip 4 O. I filed home In my office. and hu mad. i.. Phoie 72. ) | II. Sub of Berlin 91. Town.hlp
land I FRED 1. Ft'CHS. plication for t tax deed. to ... Issued Inert tt South R.... 40 .1. Hat II.vk tPag .
a boys problems and con- Ai Administrator of the Estate of on. Said rtirtmtrt embrace the fallowing i 17. Sheet S. containing' 10 A,'ra manor '
)< alden them In such a sympathetic, Charles T. rucht. Br. Peraied I described property. In the County of Dad.. FOR SALE-95 ace -tn Palms leu In the County of Dade. Stn,. "ft
I"} I Pint p blic.tk.n on Sept 17. 1H40 I State of Florid.. to-wltl I :I lorldaTh .
and of FlorraJ I II
helpful It advice avenue welt City has
way. gives (Sept 27 : Oct 4. 11. IS 1940)t) I Lou I to 2H. Block II North Miami aiunrnent of Mid property molder
and entertaining reading on every Highlands. a Subdn. Plat Book 21 Pass 7. I I almost a ) :. c: ( ,lied road the ..Id nlflcat. wai In the name "f I
NOTICE 0' APPLICATION: FOR In the County of Dade State of Florida: C. H. Gimpy Eit.
subject In which I Electrft.fM close
frontage. *
a young fellow I TAX DEED .. embraced In C.rtlflcat. No 7/I. by. | Unless mid ....III.... .hill b. rtitomedtcconhni
Is Interested. It is particularly Chapter' 17417-Acti of 1'11-11. A.43M assessment of said property under the Th'l This Is a give-away at $1.2SO. to law the iroperty deurlbrdtherein
helpful In sports. I made NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN that T. N. Certificate issued WM In the name Must be all cishrrl A Cameron will be ....1,14) the highest b/A4er
our\ T m.. holder of Stat and County Tai :at the Court hoiu dour on the flint M,.n.
school basketball team because of Cortlflratei No. 121 and 122 issued the tth LouT to 28 Block 17. North Miami Homestead, Phone 72 day In the month if November, 1' 0. which
playing tips I read In THE AMERICAN day of July, A. D. 1HS7 hu filed same In Highland a 81 bdn.. Flat BIX.k
I my offl... and hu made application for a In the County of Dnde, Slate of .. .. I Dated thll lit diy <.f .MWh.e. 1140
BOY''Many tax dyed to be- trued thereon Said ('or.I embraced In Certificate No, 7n tl.The a. I'i E. II. LFATHrHMAN
: famous athletes in all I 1111..,.. embrace the following described ,_am.nt of said, property under the a.ld'I 'FOR SALE-Two-storv house, 121 ( lark of Circuit' e.rt.
property. In the County of Dad. Stat of Certificate Issued was In the name .f I Dado County. Florida. ,
sports) credit much of their success Florida, to.wltlTn Unknown rooms all ceiled inside toilet; i(Circuit Court dealt

to helpful suggestions received I ,t 4. lose E. IS ft. In Section 21.1 Loll 1 to 24. Block 24, North Miami, needs some repairs It is an excellent By N. C. STFRRKTT U, C.
from Town.hlp tl South Range 40 East In the Hlrihlindi a gubdn. Pint Rook 21 Par 7. I' (Oct 4. 11. II. 25. IHIIAM
sports articles carried in County of Dade Slat of Florida' u .... In the County of Dade gtat. of Florida. purchase at $1.390 cash.
THE AMERICAN BOY Magazine. braced In Ctrliflcat No. 121. Th. ... at embraced. In Ortlflmt No. 7111 The No terms can be made and ,I 1:01: TRW ( IRft IT (',., Rr file THIS
eMtnent of said property under the said assessment of Mid under the said F.LKJo'liTH: JIDIIAL (111"1'11'. IN
; property
Virtually every Issue offers advIce' Certificate "Issued was 'In the name of Certificate leaved was In the name .1 $1350 is rock-bottom price. If ]I! ) FOR DADS CrtPTY. .HOKUM'
from a famous coach or player. Anna Unknown IN CHANt t'RY. NO 14111 AW1LDLK .
Football basketball I Tract li'a.I.Wn.. of oct,.. IS Town.thlp Lou I to 94 Block 211 North NlnmlHinhland. ILLVILAND. flalntlff/
track tennis(" 63 South Rann 40 Eaat Flat Hoik l I .. a 8uhdn., Plat llook 2K. Fait 7. NOTICE OF .APPLICATION FOR V.
in fact every major sport Is covered S. I'a. 17. Sheet S. conl.lr.lnir 10 Acre.more In the County of I ad*. State of Florida, u TAX DEED 1LORIDA POWER a IirHT CO. tor-
In fiction and fact articles. or I.... In the County of Tad. Stat embraced In Certificate No 720 The 1. 1 I Ieument File It' *. SI:IT voratlon swill THOMAS K. IIRAV If
of Florida. at embraced In Certificate No. of said property under the Mid Notice ll hrrhy liven that R. E. Hat ll.ln.. and If dead nil unknown balra
Teachers librarians, parents and 122. The awument of said property under Certificate "issued wu In the same of ler. holder of City of Miami Tat ferUIIcam d........ grant... or other clalmnnu
leaders of boys clubs also recommend the said Certificate issued wu ll the name Unknown Numbered 1041 and 1047 dated the under him d__ or othtrwiw ....
of William E, III..." Unless mid Certificate shall b* redeemedaccordlnt Ith day of Jun. A D. Kill. hu filed fondant.
THE AMERICAN BOY enthusiastically Unleu uld C.rtill..lalaholl be redeemedaccordlni to law the property described mid certificates In my offlc*, and bu mad BILl. FOR INJUNCTION AND TO
They have found to law, the property described. therein will be aold to the hliheit bidder application for tat deed to la.u. .h.,... DECLARE TRUST
that therein will bt told to the hlahe.1 bidder at the Court houu door on the tint Mon. In accordance with law said, certlflc.tr.mbrac order for Pabllcntl.ilTOl
as a general rule regular readers nt th* Court house door on the tint Mon. day In the month of November" 104(1, which the following delcrlbed property, THOMAS K. BRAY natdonot ...
of THE AMERICAN BOY advance d., In the month of November 1010, which It the 4th day of November 1>4I. situated In find County. Florid. lo-wlli known If llvln.. and If and all unknown .
more and It this 4lh day of November I.... Dated this lit day of October 1H40E Lot SO Blk 11. Orchard Villa Elten.lon l batch. dnlMt. Potatoes or othrfcltimnntt
rapidly develop Dated this lit day of October l.40. R. LEATHERMAN, Plat Book 17 Tan (S. In the undor bin, d.e Md per othtr
more worthwhile characteristicsthan E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court City of Miami County of Dade. Stateof WlM.Yi .
do boys who do not read It. Clerk of Circuit Court Dad County. Florida. Florida. u embraced In Certificate >. art henry notified. that n bill of
D.d. C.unty Florid. (Circuit Court Benl) No. 1040 Tht aauetment of uld property complaint' hat been filed. against you U
Trailed writers and artists, famous (Circuit, Court an]) By N. C. STFRRETT D. C. under the mid ...rllll.., .Issued the above entitled court and you nra ro.nulnd .
coaches and athletes explorers By N. C. STEER E. D. C. (Ort 4. 11. IS. tt, Ir4l> w.. In the name of Lnknown / to appear to Mid bill of aomplalnl
(Oft 4. 11. IS iS. "..) Lot II. Blk 11. Orchard Villa Ea. on or before Ortubw 1. It4o othtrwtaotht
scientists and men successful "session Plat Book 17. Pal tl In the nllccntlont .Id bill will bt ukMan
in business and Industry City of Miami, County of Dad. Stateof confnaffd by you
Florida .. embraced In Urtlflcit. This ord- shall bt published according
Join with an experienced staff to Be son thai your errs are as No. 1047 Th. _...1 of uld la law In Th. H"no.t.ad Leader Entar.pry .
produce In THE AMERICAN C. J. BROWN CO. rood u your brakes-bsT< them property under the mid certificate .law .. a newspaper published In Dada
I la the of Unknown County Florida
rued wu nam*
BOY the sort of reading matter tested at least One etch year Unleu hold certificate ihall ... redeemed WITNESS my hand and the Ml of Hid
boys like best acceding to law tea deed will Issue there court thlo 7th day of September. Into .1
THE AMERICAN BOY sells Refrigeration Service DR. F. P. ARCHER on on the H* day. of October A. D. 1140 M...... In tbo B.al. and County nroraatld.E .
on Dated. thai Ird day. of ..p......... A. D. B. LEATHFKMAN
most news stands at 25c: a copy.I 1640. Clark ., Circuit Court,
Subscription prices are $2.00 for'\ AND SON ; E. B LEATHERUAN (Circuit Court loll)
ElectricalContracting Clerk of Circuit Court. By F J. GOULD
one year or $3.50 for three years.. Consulting Optometrists i Dad County, Florid. Deputy Clark
Foreign and Canadian rates 50c a I i Circuit Court SulBy CARSON, FFTTFWAY A ITtWULKK,
I 1(24 W. Flatlet 8t, Miami FIR N. C. ITMRETT, D. C. Soliehon far rl.lnllt
.. year extra. To subscribe simply : (Slept S. II. 10 17. Oct 4. 1(401 1 Sept. Is. 10. .,. 0,.. 4. IUO.I
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Pale: Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, October 4, 1940

the inauguration of JIIMIIflinillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllW{ { !{ mIllJlrnnUlI"lIl11l1llLtlll1111UUUl( { (( 1111 1i IIDllUl{
WAV\' TO CONTROL !was long-dis-1-| { { { ( {( { .. -
taMe service The development of ::3' .
the 'repatcr tube' made possible ::
TERMITES TOPIC!the transmission of completely I E
audible words between points far i
distant from each other, These I! FRRNKLIN'S
OF LIONS' FILM'tube are placed at 50-mile Interval 40r .
and act the same aa an amplifier -j=
j tube In a radio. The first
A motion picture;;;: Issued by the round the world telephone conversation ::
was made with the aid of! ::
United States department of agriculture these tubes, and the words traveled ::

showing the devastation, the 29,000 miles in onequarter ::r Excel! Soda Crackers 2 1b.] 17c I
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caused: by termites to homes and of a second" : pip.
buildings and giving recommen-I Frank B. Rue, a past presidentof
dationi for protection against the' the club, was given a "shower"at ::
I the meeting in honor of Ms E
pests was shown by N. M. Mc- .=:: 1 lb. pkg.
twentieth wedding anniversary N. B. Co. N
Donald of Miami at a meeting of j which he observed recently Phillips "Delicious" Products

the Redland District Lions ClubTuesday Graham Crackers .17c
night I III Butter Beans 'CAN/:; 25 I
Mr. McDonald emphasized that c
the best means of protection
FISH CAKES tall 5c
can. 2
against termite Is to allow no N. B. Co.'s pkgs.
wooden part of a building to touch
the ground and to repair Immedi- JJUMRSMFORUM I Spaghetti, 3 tall cans 25c Shredded Wheat .17cperbers I.
ately cracks in the foundation
Termites he said, do a damage of
$30000,000 yearly throughout the -
nation. 3 Golden Nip 6 cans r
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Robert C MacDonell, chairmanof ,.. Orange Juice 25c _. Pkg.
the Lions' annual drive for
wearing apparel for needy children fly ABNER CORDON STRAINED or cans Rosemary Qts. =
of the district, announced the has not been :: Mr. 1ge
nap JUNIOR FOODS
everything la In readiness for the PROVIDED by violent or continued 25C Grape Juice 20cPeaches r.: ..
campaign Sunday afternoon. The wear dents made by pianos, furniture = to ==
clothing! will be collected by members etc, nay be removed from a ::: -
of the club, assisted by Boy rag by covering the dinted area ::: Great Value
Scouta Mr. MacDonell pointedout with a damp cloth and then pressing = 2
that adult as well as children's firmly with a hot Iron. The resultIng ::: NoCans for 25c
clothing la acceptable. He requested moist heat cauaes the nap to ::: I
spring back. =
that persons having a donation When dry, brush the nap brlakly = _
It In bundle prior to MONITOR S u. beiile
wrap With a atlff brush. =
the arrival of the solicitors so that Q.-Suggest a remedy for an up = TOMATO KETCHUP 19cI BulkPIGEON
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collection work can be expedited. stair shower stall which task 1=
through the tiles,spoiling the plastercelling =
below. = BUN.GLO
A.-A sheet-lead lining for the = PEAS
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ASK CAUSEWAYContinued completely Boor and corners prevent of leaks the or stall seepage.will ==I LIGHT BULBS sites each 15cHERE'S

Consult a licensed plumber concernIng =
its Installation.Q = 3 Ibs. 10CCARROT
( from Page One) .-What wood do you suggest tor = HEALTH -.- i
presentation to the county commis the frame ef an extension bathroom E
sioners. the wells and ceiling of which win = JUICE, 2 tall cans25c E

Constant Investigation and experimentation .be plastered. ? EE OctagonLAUNDRY
A-A rigid,2rarne of pre-shrunk

'paid to find fault by men with who the existing are- dry duneiuftenMliaber>- Coffee 7Day 1 lb. rtes .......14c

telephone facilities" are resulting lumber la your safeguard 3 lb. pkg.: ..._...39c SOAP =
in almost daily improvements against theiMture cracking of the =_ I

said to that M. L communication, Barre of Jacksonville system -- plaster.Anyone: of:c the several varieties of. =: KEEBLER SALTINES 2.3? lOc !
Weittra pine Idaho' whit, ponderose. 5 small bars Me: t
division engineer for the or aiuar, are suggested.. -
Southern Bell Telephone Co., in this work,aiip ::: FLOUR Sw"IT' D23 .
CAKE c
a talk to the club at Its meeting 0-Cas *tb'*ell*( wall finishes ::: La, i
Bulk
Wednesday.A be produced twith paint and what =
number of Improvements, including formula do jroq suggest Never Solution Qt. .IOCAVY
aa electric eye, a repeater A.-A ranety of beautiful vela. Worry .. MEAL or GRITS N
relief aural decorations are readily =
tube which make possible long- produced by striking wet plastic ::: BRAND e
dlftance communication, a section Mint,with the flat Sid of I 4 In.wall ::: 5 Ibs.
of a cable over which240 conversations brush. = MILK, 3 tall cans _. 21c - 13c
can be transmitted simultaneously The bert plastic paint I* composed :::
,and a section of Improved of I part (by volume soft paite :::
submarine cable, were exhibited white la L I part dry whiting,1 part = HEINZ mwGMD'WuOFFERSJl )
Batting OIL Add Vi pt liquid drier :::
by Mr. Barre He showed also a to paint prepared from 100 lb paste : '
model of the first telephone Invented -t white lead. ASST. SOUPS .
by Alexander Graham Bell Apply the plastic paint as the flnUh ::: 12'URCE 35 =
and a mechanical larynx developed coat over regular unoo.ts of = I
IICIH tISIkltwwuat .1 =
by telephone research men to en- white lead pain ::: 2 I Iff. cans 25 c ]
Q;-Is there dlfere..re m the = C
able the dumb to talk
composition of wall and door tiling? =
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five w" hite sidewall tires showing little wear; I Smoked Bacon lb. 20c

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