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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: October 25, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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VOL. XXVIII--NO. 43 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1940 PRICE FIVE CENTS



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COUNCILTOLD Only 30% of Anticipated Trouble Occurs CITY HALL HERE TO DISPLAY ,

; And It Can't Be Stopped, So Why Worry?


OF STREETS 15T060FTJIDE Forty per cent of the average-,,retired president of Ithaca Col- I LIST PREPARED BY DRAFT
person's anticipated troubles or lege, Ithaca, N. Y and teacher of
disasters never occur: 30 per cent the Bryan Memorial Sunday school '
of them are things over which he class in Miami He illustrat-
has no control, 20 per cent are.:1 I Lure on 'Laughter" He fllustrat- BOARD OF DISTRICT NO. 7
fears of illnesses which never occur I ted his lecture with the various
and 10 per cent concern relatives -' types of laughter, and pointed out
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Three Variations in S. W. able to or take friends care who of themselves.are perfectly I could that the be character pretty accurately of a person deci- I 4,100 Total Cut to 3, OO a*

6th St. Legal De- So it is useless to worry, why' phered by listening! to his laugh THE WEATHER Cards! Transff rml to

scriptionsTAX not laugh and enjoy life as you go I The entertainment program was F..pert.est(Nne4l t e.t.Aee Starim.,. Hnm.te.A.of the aaAtnpiosl Firid.. I I Proper AreasDUAWINfisTuESDAV
I along headed by Miss Helen Lehmandaughter
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ROLL ACCEPTED Such was the philosophy presented of Mr and Mrs Lee H Oct. 18 82 fi5 30061 l .1
to the Homestead Rotary Lehman of Homestead, who played
AT MEETING MONDAY i, Oct. 19 82 54 30.071 I I TO FIX SELECTION
Club at IU Rotary Ann dinner- her own piano accompaniment to Oct. 20 85 52 !
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program Wednesday night in le- whistling that sounded like the '
Oct. 21 85 31 30.05Oat
Resolutions of Sympathy gion haH by Dr George Williams, trilling of song birds. Her audi- 22 84 53 3010 : Registrant No. 3,500 May

Spread on Minutesfor I ence insisted on an encore. Oct. 23 83 60 30.11 0.04 I I Become Draftee No. I,
l A floor how provided by Bill
Bird Oct. 24 65 30 06' 002 Vice Versa
DEMOCRAT RALLYIN Pecks Studio of Dancing. Miami or
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with Mr. Pecks as master of ceremonies -
Advised by A. R Livingston three : Registration numbers will bt
presented girt tap
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civil engineer who ii conducting LEGION PARK8P.M.TOMORROW dancers, Dot and Dash and Lena STEEL HERE, MAY :I posted today 8t the city hall. >*

a resurvey for the city, that some May Pecks, who came on in duet I Homestead and Coral Gables ants

'"tJI of Homestead streets vary In < I and trio, and then insisted that RESUME \WORK ON I at the pout office in FVrrlne for II
width, legally, from 15 feet at one !the Pecks Join him In a riotous I'i all draft
registrants
living n
end to 60 feet at the other end, wind-up I
I the city council Monday night ap- Congressman Pat Cannon of I Other numbers were: Lena CHURCH IN WEEKConstruction \ :| Draft District No 7. which in
May Pecks in Shim-Sham-Shlm- elude ill that of Dade County
pointed a committee to investigate Miami will head the speakers' list part
the situation with Mr. Livingston at the first official Democratic I my"; Skip, "the dog with the i, lying west of Douglas road and
totY and lee if the situation may be rally of the 1940 presidential cam- I human brain," who played dead, on the new Baptist south of the Tamlaml Trail
\tY tYi I remedied by voluntary dedicationof paign to be held in Homestead aqi }9 tipi.it: MUJO pip pus paunoa Church building held up for This was learned last night from
land where possible to make the Saturday night at Legion Park. I (Continued on Page rive) more than a month to await the' Wm. J. Geronlmo chairman of the
streets of sufficient uniform width The meeting, which will begin local draft board for District No TI
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i for arrival of steel girders that will I Although there were 4,100 nun
J their entire length at 8 o'clock, will be under the '
President J. G Wynn appointed I auspices of the Dade County Democratic Florida City Considers support the roof, may be resumed 'registered in District 7. 600 of

Councilmen Henry Brooker, E C. Executive Committee. E.Ii Additional Fire Wells next week, if the steel contractor ,'them were found to be residents it
Chronliter and B. W. Morris on C. Chronister, precinct committeeman In Miami can steal time away other districts and their registration -
the committee of Homestead, will preside, When Town Marshal Wm. J cards were transferred a.cordmgly .
I) Mr Livingston laid that the and Mayor Tom Harris will introduce Geronimo called attention of the from other contracts that have I 1 Therefore, District 7
made demands on him while the now has a total of 3,500 registrant.
main street of colored town S. W. the speakers Florida City council Tuesday night I
Fourth street, while practically Other speakers who will be on to the fact that fire wells In that steel was awaited The steel 1 armed -I[,the avenge, which It was uug'i
) a and apparently of uniform width the program have not been an- I town are too few and far apart, Tuesday I,ito, have each district ipproximaU
varies according to recorded plats nounced, but they will include one he was authorized to make a survey The big square opening in the ,i,to form a baits for the big draw
, frrm 60 feet to 15 feet in width. or two able speakers who now of the town and report back : north wall of the building was left I I ng that will take plate ,in W .,,1-
Likewise S. W. Sixth street ii 60 hold state legislative offices, Mr to the council at its next meeting I for the steel erecting crane to passthrough jlngton' next TuesdavI .
feet wide for one block. 40 feet Chronister said with his suggested locations for and construction has gone !I No 3SOO is drawn first tin
t tJ wide for the next block and only additional wells. as far as Is possible until the man in each district whose 'Ktration -
U feet wide in the third block. In some cases, Mr Geronimo I, beams and girders ar pin place ,, cal'd11' numbered ,1,5110>
The reason for thees variations To Hold Willkie Rally aid, existing fire wells are us Dr. J. K JohnKtmie, pastor of the :will become Draft Prospect Vo I
U that the owners of plots have much as three blocks apart and In church said. Increased demandon and will be first to go before I c..s
neglected to dedicate enough land Next Wednesday NightA the old colored section there is J the steel mills for material : local board for examination ,
for streets in some instances, Mr only one well. 'necessary in the national defense ,eligibility The same w "ild 'Hold
Livingston said. In one place Ts Willkie Rally will be held at program, caused the delay in fabricating :true i of any other number' fro n
feet is dedicated on one side of Redland School auditorium Wed- the steel needed in construction :I1 to 1,SOU that might tx ,li ,iwi
the street and on the other 15 feet nesday at 8 p. m. under auspicesof i, I of the church building I I first Numbers will continueto>
J is dedicated, while in other placesas Willkie Club No. 23, Marty PRESIDENTIAL As soon as the steel is in place, I'i be drawn from the famous WorM
much as 30 feet would be dedicated Gcssler, president announced yesterday I ELECTORS 'work will be started on the roof''I War! draft gold fish bowl until a
for one-half the road and and will be continued-there toward 'sufficient number of pruspeiti
little or nothing on the other side. Sound pictures prepared for the In the general election bal- completion of both exterior and have been drawn to insure selection .
,: The committee will work with Willkie campaign will be shown lot November 5, the voter will interior. I' of the first training corps of
:Mr Livingston and the city attorney and speakers will Include Dr. Ceo I not find the names of either 400,000 men, and the men will be!
to seek a remedy and insure Henry Bradford, prominent Miami presidential candidates, but t'IIFf: 'm POTATO YIELDS examined and taken in the order
adequate street for the future. Republican and chautauqua speaker merely presidential electors A. E. Dunwombe! assistant district in which their numbers are drawn
1} City Tax Assessor W. B Caves and Mrs Leta Foley, who Is Remember, there will be agricultural agent, arrived Registrants in the area from
turned over the tax roll to the doing political "spot" on WQ\M I fourteen names of presidential from Gainesville Tuesday to spend Goulds to Florida City inclusive,
; council, and the city clerk will every morning at 8:20.: Dr. Brad- electors on the official several days here checking! potato totaled 1.233 at the close of draft
soon be mailing bills for 1940 taxes ford subject will be "Wendell ballot-the first seven, Demo- and vegetable yields and acreage registration on Wednesday of last
t Resolutions of sympathy for Willkie in the Home Stretch"A crats and the last seven. Republicans allotments for the 1941 crop season I week
Councilman W. ft. Bird who attended sample voting machine head I I
the meeting following his has been brought to the Willkie The names will appear as
return from Hot Springs, Ark., headquarters in the old Hospitality follows:
Mr Gess- Col. II. W. Johnston's Achievements BAre
where he was called by the deathof House on Mowry street I Paul Appleyard
his mother, Mrs Agnes L. Bird, ler said, and may be examinedand Frank B. Dowling
Inter- Described in Tours and Detours
studied by all who are
were spread on the minutes of the Wallace N Keith i
council meeting at the suggestion ested In familiarizing themselves I John Knight look at but poisonous to eat
with machine voting Col. H. W, Johnston, Home-
Harris. Malcolm McCletlan
of Tom
Mayor "At one time or another Colo-
t Lewis W. Pctteway stead's well loved and famous hor- nel Johnston is said to have grownin

Mrs. Green Rives Heads P. T. A. Room Ray Seldwt ticulturist, U the subject of a his grove not only every tree
Bernard W. Corey front page article in the current that God made, but a few of his
t Mothers in Membership Campaign H S, CourtneyCalvin 'Issue of Standard Oil's Tours and own devising, for he 1s unofficially -
I H. Draper Detours titled the Burbank of Florida.

P. T. A. room mothers of Neva record-the senior room In the Roger Howard V.Gibbon Flory The article follows: Within the 20-acre tract surrounding
\ King Cooper School and Homestead high school and Mrs. Gladys "Not the Garden of Eden but as Palm Lodge 8,000 varieties o.
A W Hill
High School are working Cooper's room In the elementary Ells R. Miller near to It as you're likely to get on trees and plants have been count
hard at their annual enrollment school. Pull the gadget on the first this earth, 'Is Palm Lodge Tropical ed. And of these, 1.500 represent
rimpaisn.;: announces the Inember- The room mothers this year are: seven names to vote for Groves, the estate of Cot H, W different kinds of palmi,
k:.p chairman, Mrs. Green Rives. Mrt Virginia Edwards' room- Roosevelt, and pull it on the Johnston at Homestead, Fla And I 'You tan enjoy a meal complete
Two rooms have: IYIId< the Mrs. Golden Cooper, Mrs. Andy,' 1 .t seven to te for Walk:,5 like its fabled predece''or, It his from f:;cst nurse to last with the
goal of a perfect me-:be. ,.p ,i Continued on fast Five) Itx 'fail! .dden fruit,' beautiful to (Cue;,?_ i i.a P ;s F.ve)

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-- -- -- certainly was glad to see hint convenience of the parent who
LOCAL FFA BOYS : I I I when be enrolled Monday morning haven received envelopes the P Y
I T. A. will have a booth at the

LOSE ATHLETIC I II REdland Rattier WORK OV MEMBERSHIPThe carnival tonight tor this purpose.


DORA SCOTT and ILA JEW IRMIN Editors Parent Teacher Associationof DR.M.A.BERGERDentist 1
CUP TO IIAMIANSI
I I : .. Redland has been carrying on 1

its annual membership campaignthis I

Farmers Homestead of America Chapter lost tU future place Big Halloween Carnival to Be HeldIn past were week.distributed Membership in each envelopes j

t* Athletic from Danla champion south of when the Miami chapters I Redland School This Evening home room to be taken home and Office Hours 8:30-4:30 i
filled out by each of the parents.
chapter won a field day held here dues :
The organization national First National Bank
33 Were all forward The will be elected tonight
Saturday by scoring point looking to a queen -
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I are to be in by Nov. 4 and for
The Miami boys had only 23 She will be one of these
grand time at the carnival tonight 1 this reason parents who are Interested Building 1!
Gnu mill they defeated Home- four: Barbara Williams of the
Mr. Snyder is going to on are asked to
put a in joining
ate d it touch football and annexed sophomore class, Marie Rogers of the Open Evenings by Appointment t tI
athletic show the do so as soon as possible. For I
splendid in gym i
10 points more making then the freshman class June Vrana of I
13 to Homesteads 19! Had Some of the main attractions will I the senior clans and Mildred I

III ,1' Id won the game. the': be three three-minute rounds in l Reams of the junior class I

.ptcr would have retained I boxing. a relay race between the The Best Seed is the
,mpionthlp As It li they I sixth grade boys a special stunt PROGRAM: SHEET IS !SUCCESS )
,jrrender to Miami the cup with three boys boxing at the same The annual program sheet given
by the Homestead Rotary I I time, and at the close a grand out before and during the carnival Cheapest Seed Regardlessof
( r. r the winner of the FFA demonstration of badminton, table I has been completed and distributed -
',inent each :year I tennis and handball. by the junior class It
; tern taking part were I I Other attraction's at the carnl- contains the basketball schedule. the Price J
Fort Lauderdale, Miami I \al will be sponsored by the various the school calendar and! a list of > i
\ Jackson; Ponce de Leon::1 home rooms. in the school. our faculty members We wantto NEW CROP TOMATO SEED
0 I .nd Homestead Events: MUM Murray's tmfl Miss Daniel take this opportunity to extend
tilts were as follows: I rooms from the PkWrntary! school our thanks to those who made the Hillc's Grothcn GlobeKille's
rrl dash-first, D L Bowen will have a stand with hot dogs, success of these programs possible i yi
i1, I ncstcid; second. Jack Carey,I cakes and coffee:--Also they are "VGlick's

I Hurd James Crenshaw! sponsoring a hltl'w nigger baby Alice W>'sonic Elected Colco Globe
M 'II game Mrs. Russell's second grade 0' 4-H Club PresidentThe
li>.o,yard dash first I Jack' will have a fish pond. Ghck's Grothen Globe
r ,,i \ Miami: second D. L. Mn Furry's and Miss Sayers!
4-H Club of Redland School
B '1 Homestead: third James room will have a Halloween grab Glick's Rutgers
met with Miss Bertha Nill Haus-
r i'I haw Miami. bag with Halloween novelties and
man during the seventh period
High jump-first. D. L. Bowen they will sell popcorn ball Mrs I Glick's Marglobe
Tuesday to elect officers for the
Homestead; second, Alonzo Hilld Fletcher will I
have a fortune telling -
year. Alice Mysong was made Grothen Globe
Ferry-Morse
Dania; third Walter BrannenHomestead booth. Miss Kerfoot's fifth
I president; Bertha Mae Flagg vice-
and sixth will sell home-
grades president Kathleen Campbell, secretary Ferr lorse Rutgers
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Bi ad jump-first, D. L, Bowen; made candy and popcorn balls. ,
Jane Thompson council
leroncJ Mays Miami: third Fast, Mn Polk's fifth graders will be ; Lhingston's GlobeFerryMorse
chairman; and Melba Collins song
Andrew' Jackson. tagging for the library fund as they
leader.
Pawing football first, Cren- have done in past years. Pritchard Topper
Plans were made for selling
haw second Benton. Miami: Mr Grays seventh grade boys
limeade at the carnival The
third, Dunham Fort Lauderdale. will be selling band ticket to raise
meeting! closed with the club
Ki'king football-first. Benton: money for band cymbals. There Co-
,necond Dunham, Fort Lauderdale; will also be ten-pins or bowling, pledge Hector Supply
'J, ird nrannen. Throwing baseball an air rifle booth and dart throwing -
first Watts Miami; second DIN LUCAS RETURNS
Oc.\ *n third, Eby. MiamI. Mr. Ooley tenth grade boys are Dan Lucas who lived in Silver Phone 37
Shot put-first. Eby; second fixing up a mad house. The sen- I Palm last year hat been spending S. FUcler Ave. Homestead Fla.
I. ir'in Fort Lauderdale; third ior class is sponsoring bingo l the summer and early fall in
Jam Fort Lauderdale games all evening. Sigourney Iowa. The junior class

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TJIUR IAN HEADS Today's Food Buying Habits Require Police Department Is Homemade Foods Will Be

I Chen New Prowl CarA Sold by 1*. T. A. Saturday I

LOCAL AGENCY Modern Refrigeration, Says WebbFood
brand new 'prowl" car will The Homestead P T A will I
be delivered to the Homestead po- hold a food sale Saturday In front
FOR DODGE CARS buying habits during* the way women have found to reduce lice department today-a green of the Dixie Drug. announces Mn
past few years have undergone their expenditures for this impor- four-door Chevrolet sedan, with A W. Hutrhlnson finance and
r somewhat of a transformation tant budget Item" said Frank twin spotlights and heavy-duty budget chairman Homemade
j Standard Motors, formed by H battery. cakes, cookies. pie, rolls and candy
Where not Webb, Frigidaire dealer here.
many years ago women
O.
Thurman
and.Cleland Lawrence Bird Chevrolet Co was low will be offered.
purchased mea vegetables. and "But these are the women who
1 30( days ago, to take over the business bidder out of five automobile The sale will begin at 8:30:
other items they needed own modern electric refrigerators
as were
formerly operated by Ber- firms that submitted sealcl bidsat o'clock
pecker from day to day, homemakers today Just how much money may be
,
Motors. has made several the city council meeting Mon-
Mrs. Hutchinson will be assistedIn
find it most economical to saved In quantity food buying was
buyas
Dodge
i and Plymouth deliveries day night to replace the police car
the morning by Mn Adrian
since : much as a full week supply of revealed during; a survey made by
the 1941 models I went on display that has been in since 1938.
use Jacobs and Mn J D. Perkins, and
; food at one time. But this method Frlgidalre This survey showed ,
t according to Mr. Thurmnn Others submitting bids were Preston -
in afternoon, by Mn Carl Anderson -
is possible If that Frigidaire owners saved an
only homemakerowns
Mr. a
Thurman. In active chargeof B. Bird Motor Co., Lawrence
I and Mn T. E. Kirby
modern of $37J month food
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the a electric refrigerator average a on
Dodge-Plymouth dealership Motors, Neese Motor Co., and
Is well known to automobile that will keep everything buying alone. This, of Standard MotorsAcetylene ,
owners in the Redland District A fresh until It Is used. does not Include the many courae'J I I _
Naturally to take fullest advantage effected through the safe keeping
resident of Homestead for IS -
1 years, Welding Is
of of left-oven, which are a major Cafe
buying
lie was in the service station business economy a woman Tropical
here for 13 yean For the must have the use of an electric concern in every household. Added by Sam's GarageSam's
two refrigerator every day during the "When a homemaker has the assurance -
past ;yean he has been an
Garage, operated Sam
automobile year Reliance on outdoor temperatures that if she saves money by
I salesman NOW LOCATEDIN
Mr Lawrence during colder months has by purchasing: a weeks supply of Alexander at Avocado drive and
has been In Hornet
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proved because food the saving will not disappear the old Dixie Highway, has just
unsatisfactory: of
.stead for 21 THEIIORNE
yean, 19: of which he
was in the employ of Fuchs Bak variations in temperature. Foods In food waste, she can better plan installed an acetylene welding department -
.In, Co He has been operating a'' spoil .readily when they are subjected -' her food expenditures Effectiveness I BLDG.
is brand and all
to such of this Equipment new
drink stand treatment Constant planning hinges entirely -
for
the past two
The yean uniform cold in a depend on the food preservation work is guaranteed, says Mr
1 display rooms and service N. Kranui AT.
department of Standard Motorsare able electric refrigerator, however, medium used In the home With Alexander Hnwstcui Florida
In the Bernecker building, 184 give all foods the protection they se much in savings, health and
:N, )Flagler avenue, Mr. Thurnwn must have it spoilage is to be better meals depending on proper recognizing the necessity for year I -
extends avoided., refrigeration, it is not surprisingthat 'round refrigeration with an efficient -
a cordial Invitation to the i
public to come In and inspect the 'Quantity food buying Is one more and more women are electric refrigerator READ THE WANT-ADS

.new Dodge and Plymouth models ,
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fish fry for the benefit of the
Homestead High School band will
be given in Homestead municipal I

park Monday from 6 to 7:30: p. m
under auspices of n Band Parent
Association committee composedof
Mrs. R. L. Scott, Mm A. Ter-
burg, Mrs. Frank B. Rue and C
Hagler Rice. A full course fish
10Fit.
supper will be served for 3S: cents,
Mrs W. B: Mills, band Instructor,
announced.
A hand-made table given by
Mr Rice, who is manual training
instructor at Homestead High
School, will be given away at 7'
o'clock at the fish fry as the prizein
a contest that has been under
way for the past week The
table, which Is on display downtown -
Is a reproduction of an antique -
It I la a bird-cage, tilt-top
table of solid mahogany.

The band will give a 30-mlnute I
concert In the park during the
supper Monday night.
Members of the band and mem-
bers of the parents association

fry have and tickets contest.to sell Mrs.for Geo.the Murray fish- L -dl 'l l c 00 00

Is chairman of ticket sales
Proceeds will be used to buy a
sousaphone and additional uniforms -
for the band.


Car-Train Crash Kill

Elwin Cooper's Sister
UNTIL YOU SEE AND DRIVE IT !

Mrs Dorothy Morrison, 21, sister
of Elwin Cooper and niece of
Harry Cooper of Homestead, and
five companions were killed i
Thursday of last week at baven-
port, Iowa, when the automobileIn
which they were riding collided
\r with a train at a crossing one time when even the hard, cools Instrument panelL.The fittings that prevents grit from attaching

No details other than that contained facts read like. a page out that gleam like fine, ..1I..erwarel..Thedeep the engine's "Inn ,dl" and greatly
In two telegrams receivedby
Harry Cooper last Friday of a story book! That's why we say- pillow-type upholstery) prolongs Its lifel

morning were known by; the judge this cor by the evidenceyou
Homestead relatives up to a late get "hen you're In there behindthe There are new safety and economy And now, the car that pioneeredthe

hour yesterday.. Mr. Cooper went wheell advantages besides! for example, a AD-Steel Body, Equal-Pressure

to Gainesville last week-end to be spring-balanced rear deck lid to the Hydraulic Brakes and other vital Improvements
with his nephew, a student at the
Judge It by the traditional Dodge luggage compartment, that raises or *
University of Florida, who I Is also offers you Fluid Drive -
his adopted son, and returned craftsmanship that helps explain why lowers without /fort-and that can't for the first time In a low priced carl)
Sunday there art more Dodge cars on the fall accidentally! New Safety Wheel

Other survivors of Mrs. Mor- road today than any other car In the Rims to hold the tire to the rim' should Why not see end drive ft1 Drop In
rison are: her husband; her
mother, Mrs Irene Gifford; and I Dodge field I..Witness the new 'Jewel- o NAo'"occur,new Oil Bath Air Cleaner on your Dodge dealer nowl

her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Cooper, all of Davenport
ENJOY THE TRIPLE THRILL Of DODO FLUID DKIVI*-
'1941' DODGE
Halloween Party Set ---1It/ooe fares e McMiyf VM cm tMifI
For Lions and Ladies high. drive. In high. lp In fc gKrtorf ..,sad.
.f .0o,. In ft.gfti without shining f*.nl
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tl ut-.J (/ec-/ A "'- Redland District Lions Tuesday .. .110 an how Ie..top ipw4 without ever dnHIng'TIM ,
night saw and heard Earl Billingsof sVimmmM of Oil tow h (..,..l_
Miami convert the music amid Drivei eptlenal at alight
of the to row wfrooli Unwell 0 fcMfctoo" *f ell, fHrifff.
piano Into organ music, with all ...dIU.... Best ...t>olio. .oblO UMMfcllMI. suits. .Mer M "lifeSTBNDHRD
variations, by means of an attachment -
called the "solovox"
Next Tuesday night the club MOTORS
will celegrate Halloween In a
ladies night program 134 N. nailer Ave., Homestead Phone M IL G. ThIt SIAM, Manner

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Some words imply refuse to b.

Dangerous Amendment defined. One may explain this or

Among the proposed constitutional that but when all It said and done

amendments upon which the meaning .Is still Indefinite

the voters of Florida will pass Such a word If glamorous
judgment Nov. 5 Is
one which
Try to Instruct Intelligently
a
i. designed to lengthen the term r {,
young lady how to be a glamour
of office of county commissionersfrom I
two to four years 1 girl) and see If she gets the point t
TONGUE ONL Y .. h
Many people will look upon this dovr rasyWi. r On the other band one may develop l''
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suggested change at sensible But Into a glamour girl without i (
there'* I joker m this bill that OX TATZAW 010ce, too great an effort

h is far-reaching and menacing A. so Today we think only of the fairersex j
possibilities '1s' NERi. .r' eMRS. a* feeing glamorous However, I

Hidden in the wording of this. IElICAVY Margaret Armstrong has written .1
amendment is a provision for it V, a recent biography of Edward
placing future changes In county I Trelawny which might have at a
cionmlswoners districts in the tub-title "A Glamorous Personality j

hands of the legislature It also ," ,

gives the legislature power to reduce Perhaps Edward Trelawny at a
or Increase the number of swashbuckling hero will turn oven ,
county commissioners'' districts in in his grave to be called a glamour .'
any county at will. boy But that title seems to fit .

Thus a special law might be him very nicely even according to 4
pissed for this, or any other VICE L/IYE 81000 the autobiography of his early I
county, reducing the number of'' I life. the only source of Information -
county commissioners from five I '' QLOOO/ concerning that period

(... now provided by the constitution J//C! Of OZOOA"OOT } What he used for a lucky tails
>)> to two or more. It also I FLOWS ORl//EDN man Is not disclosed In this biography .
gives the legislature power to fix I el."rt but it must have been good
the boundaries of these d strict!. for his adventures were many and

Hence. this amendment, if a A AAAA/AAAAAAAu..uu the east bank of the Apalachicola ; ; !dangerous His living In a day
adopted. will remove from the con- CURRENT 1 River In Jackson County. These i hIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIWIIIIIIIIIIIIIU'I when laces and velvets were the
itution the provision for five I two are the stinking cedar and the I vogue for men proves that clothesdo
.aunty commissioners districts COMMENTBy I Florida yew. The first was dis- I'I'I : not make the man for Edward
nd place in the hands of the leg I covered in 1834 and gets its name 20 Years Ago'eventful life has labeled him half-

.lature the power! to reduce!' or I AGNEW WELSH I from the fact that the bruised I pirate and half-poet. Notwithstanding
,increase the number of county AuuAAAdAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIdlter's leaves. buds and even the wood the strong appeal of his

ommlssioners! and the! power to I NoU' Mr Wtbh mleoiMtommvnte give off an odor similar to that of! adventures his name would long
define the districts I Bit hi. Comment," whether green tomatoes The Florida yewis 1IIi1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111JTIoo have been! forgotten had not it 'j
their b. III ., vttrlanr '
At present the boundaries of a I with! his opinion..5rnm.at. A..Mr or... rammnntlon /*. even rarer Each: la small in'i: 1.llowl. Items are taken .... been for his close association with I
district can't be changed except 5 to A.... w.l.h. as N. III.lh girth and does not grow to a very I hNim trams feeat the B......... I Shelly and Byron.
I II.. Miami. ra. ... MhMtaM M.r IS, ISIS
b> II petition and vote of a majority great height. Botanists say thatAAAAVAAAV I :.n. the" SEEM Fkirldi Banner an.tstarted I e e 1.
01 the residents in each district i u.uAAAA..u.London I trees began to cover the earth two! Pet It. "81. with V-. HOBC I "A Goodly Fellowship" by Mary
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hundred million
iffected. The amendment' puts in reports say the war .la years agoPreliminary : Ellen Chase Is listed In William
I he hands of the legislators the 1 costing them 36 million dollars a c e eE : wn/1Mww.www.wNw.........w.,........?M.,.Nn...... Lloyd Phelps' twenty-six best

power to change the districts at day. Most of us couldn't last the E estimates IndIcate ,Oct. 14, 1920 :books for 1940. The library does
kill and without the knowledge steenth part of a second at that that the heaviest gains in population I I not have this latest book of hen
I "W, D. Horne returned Sunday
nd consent of the voters rat*. I have been made In a group of but does have "A Goodly Heritage

This power. placed In the hands states along the southeast Allan-1 I Ii Okeechobee from a trip. .to" Pahokee on Lake j I which the autobiography
"I the legislators will surely make I Evidently ours Is not a dwind- tic coast with Florida I gain of 'of her childhood In Maine.
Purity commissioners subject to|ling race. A story in "Life" states i>27.9 per cent being the largest one / -"Wendell H Woodbury son of; Miss Chase Is a professor at
the whims of those legiahtors' It I that young men now offering ;At times this column has carried C. H. and Myra M. Woodbury of,I Smith College and she looks bade:
I use county board or any one of themselves! for war .service are(statements to the effect that populations Redland, died at the home of his1!'on thirty years of teaching She
,is members! choose not to "play two inches taller and 15 pounds I were declining both in the,parents at 11:25 p. m Saturday the I likes to write but enjoys teachIng -
hill with their legislator, or If heavier, on a general! average than United States and Europe This 9th of October after an illness I ,
county, commissioner falls tom I those of the World War of 1917 Is borne out so far as the United ,I lasting about ten days ." I Other books In the library by
\ to suit some large community 1 e I States is concerned by the last I -'Wm, A. Murphy who succeeds -(Mary Ellen Chase are: This
t 0 which the legislator may be Indebted Commercially France is in a bad census figures which Indicate w* Ceo L. Reynolds as assistant England a collection of humor

he will be subject to ex- ,way Her glove Industry has been have declined to an Increase of but :cashier of the Bank of Homestead I j ous essays on English trees, weather -
tinction through a special or lost the perfume trade Is dormant I seven and one-half per cent during comes with the highest class references !'< manners food etc.; "Mary
local bill to change or abolish and we no longer look to her for i the put decade. The high l as to his character and ability I I Peters an adventure novel for

some of the commissioners dis- our fashions' but still her sailoi- i 36.6 per cent, was made in the I from prominent' bankers In gills: and "Uplands" and Dawn in
t I' 'iris of that couintv j men have to have their half-gallon 1890.80 period since which time Florida ." ,Lyonesse 1
This is a vicious and dangerous !of wine per man each day. Pool the decrease has been gradual -"The Boy Scouts reorganized' *
mtndment The people of Florida I economy. until the present period shows II at the school house on Monday
should know of this feature of real slump. New England statesshowed I night' under the supervision of R Forrest Wilson the author of
'I I before voting (for i they \ullmost I 'I the lowest gain of any l L. Hamon Alvin Campbell and I the biography of Harriet Bcccher
A Miami had I
"peg"leg
negrfrirho a
isurtdy not want to vote their area, three and two-tenths per 'Cecil Hook hive been selected as Stowe, had to do considerable research
rights awn) Count ommission- was nickiuncd "Dot andDash" cent. assistant scout masters ." I before he could begin his
ors now are close to and I because of tracks he -'Mr. work. He found that most of the
responsible made. R fit """..........."'......."""...."...n.a I and Mis Otis I Radford. material about his subject was
to the average citizen and I s 0 a who are living up the coast, report I:
voter and should be kept that way I Children in Court :the arrival of a 9 lb. boy recently. I unpublished and scattered over the
Instead of being responsible to the Here are some o( tl r' nigh pointsIn Mrs Radford will be rememberedas country. He spent six months
political bosses and powerful In- I' the local draft registration!' : I By Judge Malcolm llatfield.MILMINNN.N.N..P..NIMNIMILM.M.NM.M i MIss Thelma Cahoon." I traveling 12.000 miles and collecting

Il'rests.-Tilulville Star-Advocate, Dade 40039: ; Duval (Jacksonville -"Mrs, G. C. Barnes and an index of 3.500 cards and
) 30027; HillsboroughTampa 60.000 words of notes. In add -
::1'1111: accompanied by a son Ed.
TEACHER: WHO CREATES
( ). 22427: Palm Beach, arrived tlon he had to read more than one
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Wednesday to .lster'l
371 Dade Children Get I AN ANTI-80CIU. Ani.I .
HIM: Bro\\ard, 6569; Monroe I win..r"GIO.," hundred books.
State-Federal TIDE IN PITHSEvery ,
Grants 144S
I L. Reynolds e e e
,I Okeechobeo County contributedthe school teacher who discovers leaving the assistant cashiership: One of the problems of the publishing -
Jacksonville Oct. 24. (Special) ftwwU-374. The total for the
a problem student shouldimmediately of the Bunk of Homestead to act business .la the duplicationof
Approximately fifty cent of state is given at 851,022:! I
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per arrange to visit its as cashier of the Bank of Coconut titles Pearl Buck and Booth
a a
Florida counties are now receivIng home for it is possible that the Grove was tendered a banquet at Tnrkington had each hit upon
maximum aid to dependent A London magazine (Every- ,child reprehensible conduct In the Seminole Cafe Wednesday evening I Today and Forever" for their
children cash grants according to bodvs) says that every city has school may be eliminated after discussing : by the officers and employeesof forthcoming books Pearl Bucks
announcement today of the Mite Its distinct pitch of sounds. They its problems with the par- the bank I'book was already In type the j

t welfare board. measure them with an Instrument',enbl Many successful teachers I -"A community quartet has jacket design and plates made and
In Dade County 138 families they call an osiso; in the United frankly confess that they hive yet been organized in Homestead and the title printed! In the catalogue.
(371 children! ) received! $4,"flO states the unit of measure for to encounter!' a single disciplinary! we are assured they will be on the'
'A When Mr. Tarkington) was asked '
: during September an average! of sound Is a decibel London problem which the parents themselves job this winter whenever they are :his
opinion he graciously replied, r
$34.24 a family and $1283 a child. pitch is said to be a baritone, orIon could not correct after they wanted Ceo Ranson Jr.. G. 1. "The
Expenditures for this public assistance C; New York Is rated as a were mAde aware of the situation Cautt Joe Burton and Ben Biggers I title was wholly tentative i
with I !
me so am able to relinquish I
categor are currently on tenor while Chicago ranks as a Harsh treatment on the part of form the quartet, and they are in I it without "
i the basis of S9'4.H93.73 annually gas. Miami la more mellifler.ous the teacher invariably results in training now. Full will'' reluctance. \
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(! Of this amount $4.000 la in the -hk* the gentle murmur of a ,the child losing all respect for her be worn at any function where, The most famous travel book !
form of a legislative appropriation stream flowing over and around However. when a child clearly understands they sing," 'of all time was the result of a
paid front the beverage fund ,rocks that the teacher has his Citrus Exchange packinghouse prison sentence I
which Is matched by an equal e e best interests at heart and merely 1 shipped IS cars of grapefruitlast I'I'"The 'The' Travels of Marco Polo* II
amount of federal money, white A recent natural history maga- needs to step to the telephone and week! practically exhaustingtheir was written down by Rusticlano
f73.(46.86 represents the unexpended lint illustrates 13 varieties report his misconduct to hU par. supply of really ripe fruit. from the tales of Mario Polo told
balance from the past trees that botanists! declare to ents he will soon realize that both They are operating off and on this while he was in prison about 1279 ;
I fiscal year which also I It matched the world rarest, and of the 0'1 the home and school are united in I'week The" prices on grapefruit I! e .

J by the federal government on a two are found In northwest their insistence! upon class room 1 haw been good, running from I! Don't forget the date, November
dollar tor dollar bui ida. 11I restricted region along discipline i U3: to 14,74 f.ob Jacksonville".1016J" .
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!Small, Mrs Frazeur Waldron. finish off your meal with a chew tendent Gladys Carter at 1 30 ,
LAUGHTERContinued : p school at 9 30 a. m., love feast at
Miss Eula Ray room-Mrs: T. of chicle from the sapodilla I m. quarterly conference at 2:30.: 'I 10.30, preaching by elder at tl,
1 L Hodges, Mrs Green RivesMr "The make-up artist could stock business meeting of Woman Missionary public meeting of missionary society

( from Page Ont) *. Lonnie Hood room-Mrs. his palette from this garden-hrn- I Society at 3.30. preaching at 2.30 p m young peoples I
fcc, of his master Skipper:., J. L. Burton, Mrs. Luther Strick na for dye tangee for rouge and n at 7;30 p m. meeting m fl.JO and rrlll.ltna: a'
:whitey Gulledge, contortionist who" land Mrs Stanley Wittkop delicate scent from the perfumed Sunda's events are Sued:\ ? 30Leadership
Mrs Harry Cooper's room-Mrs.
tied himself In knot and in one of plant of Lilith. Around this l 11"1 i I'I
1R. E. Anderson! Mrs. A W. Hutchinson
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woven a fascinating Asiatic I I.'11d
his postures dislocated his neck -
Mrs. J.* D. Perkins, Mrs. I -
to give the appearance of a body I that you may Induce
Fred Sul>E'r.
ston to tell
without head: Eight-ball Smiley you.
Mrs. W. R Bird room-Mrs. J
"There are also
black-face comedian, who did COlonCI.Ohn'l
P. Reynolds Mrs Harry Schau-
things with drumsticks on the as the shower bath :
floor and a chair. Mildren H.inna berger. that sends forth a I
was pianist. Mis W. M Fifield room-Mrs. after six) months of

Other special guests were Ted Chas Martin, Mrs. Wm. Necly and the prickly palm that foils the
Preston president of the Miami Mrs. J. G Wynn room-Mrs. assaults of monkeys e
A. D Smith, Mrs. J. R.
Rotary Club, Mrs Preston Mrs Pope "Colonel Johnston now more
Williams and Dr. and Mrs. Carl F. T. J. Bleier's room-Mrs, Lamar
Robinson of Homestead. Kendrick.
Rotarians Miss Josephine Cooks room-I avail-able
Rotary Anna, memo '
Mrs. J. C. Vann.
bers
of their families and their
Mrs. J. R. Rutland room-Mrs. .
personal guests were: Mr. and
Mrs C. J. Parman, Mr. and Mrs E. L. Lawrence, Mrs Geo. L.: the first visit, and you may not

B. M Hindman, Mr and Mrs Lee Murray. even get all of them, for practically -
{ H Lehman, Mr and Mrs Edward; Miss Lois Behrens' room-Mrs. every other plant I Is a star In
C. J. Parman, Mrs. W. E. Its .
Rheney.E. own right."PalmLodge
Staling, Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb,
Mr and Mrs. Julian H. Webster, B. Blackburn room-Mrs. J. at Avocado drive
Mr. and Mrs. O B. Parker, Mr R. Bjrtim, Mrs L. T. Proctor and Krome avenue, lies >,est of
and Mrs. W. E!: Rheney, Mr. and Mrs Thos. Murphy's room- I V S. I just north of the center of
Mrs T. J Harris, Homestead."
Mrs. W. E.
Mrs. R. F Blackford
Mr. and Rheney I Sale
Mrs. Allan Kissam, Mr. and Mrs.'
:Wm. J. Geronlmo, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Wm. Gee s and Mrs, E. HGallaher's Quarterly ConferenceWill

Ben Archer, Mr. and Mrs Howard I room- Mrs W. L.
Begin
Ernst, Mrs. Wm. ThursdayThe
J. Geronimo,
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs Adrian I
Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Mrs M D. Jacobsen. Ends SaturdayBargains
quarterly conference of
Mrs Frank Webb room-Mrs. the .
lin, Mr. and Mrs. Max Miami District of the Free Methodist .
Mr rrank-I Russell Anderson, Mrs. J. S. Horton -
and Mrs. George Mrs. A. E Paul, Mrs. J. A. Church will be held In Flor-
and Mrs George Pollard, Mrs F. B. Rue, Mrs. C. ida City from Oct 31 to Nov. 3.
offered this
and Mrs E B. during event
Blackburn, Mr. and I H. Steffanl announces Mrs Edith Tamblyn,
Mrs. Roy Chandler Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. T. J. Bleier roomMrs.Ben local pastor are to phenomenal that unprecedented
T. J Bleler, Mr. and Mrs C. HSteffan Archer. The Rev. R. J. Milllgan newly crowds hare visited Sears
!. Mr. and Mrs. John R.
elected district elder, will
Mathers, Mr. preside. during the last week. .
and Mrs. Wainwright Meals will be served at the parsonage _
Ernst Mr and Mrs. Fred Redd, I .

Mr. and Mrs Frank Rue Mr. and COL. JOHNSTON On the opening day next Thursday .

Mrs J. R. Brooks Miss Lehman preaching will begin it 7:30 Saturday will he a big da) We are

Miss Alta Vann Mss Teresa : ; |p. m On Friday preaching services putting on extra sales people and
Redd W. Y. Bush Bud Harden i (Continued from Page One)
will be held at 10 3
a. m. p.
and Clayton Lehman. products gArnered from this garden -II m. and 7:30: p. mSaturdiy hope. to sere you without undue

There are almost 300 tropical 's schedule I reads dcla). We will appreciate jour pa-

fruits to choose from of which preaching at 10 a. m.. junior meetIng tience. Prices go up Monday on all
MRS. GREEN RIVESContinued more than Into 100 jellies are regularly and preserves converted I airected by District Superm special merchandise.

as exotic in taste as in name
( from Page One) The breadfruit 1 tree furnishes Lei GARLIC Help Fight

Terburg. the staff of 1 life; bushes vines and I I '
Miss Mary Jackson room- plants supply I ginger, pepper, vanilla Harmful Colon Bacteria I in 11,111111ami
Mrs. Geo. tat d aorta r Harmful bacteria. f.assume-
Barnes Mrs Bruce lemon and other condimentsand i 10104 waste matter !. colon
Ennis Mrs Herman Marks, Mrs flavoring There are even c. ys" .and. uuilnt four. ditr mar.'.lnii. bu.i."i.6 Biscayne Boulevard, 13th to llth Streets
I a..b.s sad '
Olin Wright. trees that yield substances like the r. ... 0.,11."i. Try Tibhlt DFARRORNrlli Co...II Free' Parking
Mrs H G Thurman room- nest creamery butter and whip- I sod ... rKKC viol pMliuo :

I Mrs. Frank Bernecker Mrs. A. E.I j jped cream And finally you can at Dixie Drug ..
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CHANDLER 'ELLS FEDERATION CAPT. WELPTOV: AND BRIDE THREE STATE OFFICERS ARE SPEAKERSAT
TO VISIT IV SILVER PALM i

OF CITRUS COMI: :MISSION'S ACTIVITIESWatts I Cain Richard L Welpton of COUNTY LEGION AUXILIARY MEETING

Omaha, USA. Reserve Corps.
,
Luther L Chandler of Goulds, Mrs. F. T. Hannon Mrs
who several months ago acquired a I Mrs A. L. Buzzell, state LI- library at the University of Florida
chairman of the state citrus com- Sada Kessler Mrs. Edna Latham
ml.slon, was the principal speakerat Mrs J T Feaster Mrs. Johnson 20-acre Persian lime grove onKingman II' ''Auxiliary president, at a meetingof The state president Is a
i crossroad, Silver Palm, member of the Coconut
I Grove
the meeting of the Dade County Pace, Mrs. Irene Wlndehouse, Mrs the Dade County Council of
was expected to arrive last night Auxiliary.Mrs. .
Federation, of Women Club J. B. Davidson Mrs Geo. W. Turner I' with his bride, the former Miss I'Legion Auxiliaries, held in Legion
with the Club of the Redlands In Jr., Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, Sr I Pearl Stoutenberg of Coconut -
1 Mollie Jagoe of Gulfport, Miss, hall Tuesday noon urged each Grove, state
and
the Redland Community Church secretary
Mrs. B A. Waldin, Mrs. Wallace for a visit with Col. and Mn Alva unit have 100
I county to a per cent Mrs Stella Martin of Miami, state
Wednesday.
I F. Perry Mrs. G. G. Lee, Jr., Mrs Lee. They have been
Mr Chandler told of the I membership roll by Nov. 11. sergeant-at-arnu, gave short talks.
com- I Elsie Southerland, Mn M. Wal- ing in Havana.
mlfiiiont work in establishing ker, Mrs. J. H. Hickman, Mrs. C. honeymoon-I Mrs. Buzzell also requested each A covered dish luncheon preceded -
I Captain Welpton to contribute to the extension
standards and In unit the meeting
necessary nationally N. Blevlns Mrs E. M. Middleton,
from Frank of
grove Shepherd I
advertising Florida fruit. Mrs. M. A. Mowlcky, Mrs. A. B. I '
Coral Gables, through Colonel Lee,
Mary Margaret McBride, most Grlffing Mrs Thomas Brewer MRS.
with the intention. of building It MAUDE E. CHANDLER WILL SPEAKON
popular columnist on the air, ii Mn E. A. Clarke, Mrs. JJda B
is not known whether he will start
CHINESE ART AT ART
now broadcasting for the commission White Mn F. Class, Mrs E J. CLUB MEETING
construction while on this vlsiLMr.
he laid, and the may bei i Susong, Mrs. W; ';B. Macintosh,
available ai guest speaker for the Mrs G. Robertson, Mrs W. E. .. Welpton Is the daughter of Mrs. Maude E. Chandler will Chinese works of art. She will exhibit -

federation meeting in Homestead I Rupp, Mrs. H. S: larrick, Mrs. F Mr. and Mrs. Armiger Louis Jagoe I talk on Chinese art at the Homestead also some paintings she made

in January.Mrs. N Chaplin, Mrs: Vera Judge, Mrs. of Gulfport, where the wedding Art Clubs lint program!while in China.
I E: R Mrs R M. 'took place. Immediately after the
of Llndabury
Clna Stewart president
ceremony Saturday the couple left meeting, Monday afternoon at 3 Mrs Paul Reynolds will show
the Redland club gave a short Wilkes, Mrs. R. Hartley, Mrs. C. A.
for Havana where they stayed o'clock at the home of Mrs B. E. pictures of some world famous
speech of welcome to which Mrs. Hall, Mrs. N. Boomaghelm, Mrs Gatlin N.
until 18 W. Fifth street. paintings. Mrs Frank Hausmanwill

Robert W Way of Miami Beach Herman Helnlein Mrs H. C. Carver ".."......yesterday,............." ,....._,.......... Mrs Chandler, who taught in a I play several piano selections.
responded Mrs Sidney Wein- Mrs. A. E. Gutteridge, Mrs
trout federation president O. P. Rogers The Calendar mission school in China not long Mrs Gatlin, Mrs. Jesse Goss-

pre- "",....""' ",............""..""".."""" ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ... ago, will wear a Chinese costume man and Mrs. Ben Archer will be
iii ""Ii, Mrs. William Cox Mrs
Evan D. I
Oct. 29-Redland school carni- and will Illustrate her talk with the hostesses
After the pledge to the flag Reser Mrs. Tonny Olliff, Mrs H. --

Ruby Showers Baker led in the L. Ingram Mrs. W. H. Brown, Mrs val.Oct.
singing of "God Bless America." L. H. Stanley, Mrs. R. W. Ward- 25 Homestead Home LIEUT. JOHN M. LEE, SON OF COL. ALVA LEE,
Demonstration work
Capt. W. T. McCarthy. of the well, Mrs. C. C. Leonard, Mrs C Oct. 26.-Homestead Club P meeting T. A. WEDS BEFORE RETURNING TO HONOLULUJohn
B. Barber, Mrs. S. L. Perry. Mn
of the Miami '
safety department food sale front of Dixie
i in Drug.
l E. K.
Brotzlno
Mrs. J. L. Doolittle
police, in d talk, urged drivers to Oct. 28-Program meeting of M. Lee, lieutenant junior to leave on a transport Wednes-
Mrs. O. Zachry, Mrs R. N. Chafer,
use more hund signals Failure to Homestead Art Club at home of grade U. S. N., son of Col Alva I day to join him In Honolulu.
Mrs G G.
Ellis, Mrs. Jos T. Hall,
use signals has caused more accidents Jr Mrs B. E. Gatlin at 3:30.: Lee, U. S. A. retired, of Silver Lieutenant Lee has made several
Mrs. P. J.
Franklin, Mrs
than any other reason according Oct. 29-Special Joint meetingof Palm was married on Oct. 8 at visits to the home of his father in
Frank B. Jones Mrs. C. A. McKinley
to the safety director. Homestead Woman Club and Yuma Ariz., to Miss Hope Blandy, Silver Palm, the last of which was
The city of Miami Is trying to Mrs. Edw. Hume, Mrs. W Junior Woman Club at 8 p. m. only daughter of Capt. W H. P. a year ago last Christmas.
F. Stainton Mrs. F. R. Clark Mrs
pass an ordinance compelling all Oct. 30.-Lily Bow Book Review Blandy, U. S. N., department of
L. T. Kendrick, Mrs H.
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Palpenny
over seventy to pass a physical I navigation, Washington, D C
Mrs. R. L. Howard, Mrs. A. H. Club meeting In library at 8 p. m. MRS. J\CK GATLIV
examination before receiving a
Brannon, Mrs. H. L. Martin Mrs Oct 31-Halloween dance spon- Following a brief honeymoon GIVES BRIDGE PARTY
drivers license, he said W. Hodson Mrs. Geo E. Sims. sored by Junior Woman Club of Lieutenant Lee sailed Oct. 14 for Mrs Jack Gatlin entertainedwith
W W. Jefferson Jr. secretary Homestead at Country Club Honolulu where he Is stationed on
Mrs J. H Halzlep, Mrs. F. W. a bridge party at her homeon
of the Miami Red Cross suggested Walker, Mrs J. F. Hammett, Mrs Nov. Meeting of Woman's the U. S. S. Boise. His bride was N. E. Fourth street Friday
that from five to ten women from of Church
Auxiliary Episcopal at
Orin Smith, Mrs H. K. Foulk. afternoon.Mrs. .
each club form a team to solicit home of Mrs. H. E. Schaff at 3
members for the annual Red Cross Mrs J. Marvin Farrar, Mrs. J. E. o'clock. HOMESTEAD: P T. A. A. A Payne, Mrs. Carl
Kane, Mrs. J. Wyatt, Mrs. J. F. TO HOLD TAG D1Y Robinson and Mrs Joel J. Robin-
roll fill which begins Nov, 9. Nov. Princeton Home Dem-
Johnson, Mrs G. Fisher, Mrs. M The Homestead P T. A. will' were high score prize winners.
Mrs T, Avery Guyton was appointed Berry, Mrs. E. F. Holland Mn C. onstration Club work meeting at I hold its annual tag day on election'' Miss Martha West was awarded a
home of Mrt J. L.
chairman of inter-racial A. Rowe, Mrs Albert F Voss, Mis Nov. Murray day, Tuesday. No5.. under the I guest prize.
Business of
rel"41ions, a new committee. L. J. Ursun Mrs. E. L. Robertson, Junior Woman Club In meeting clubhouseat I direction of Mrs A W. Hutchinson Ice cream, cookies, coffee and

The Fiesta of Stars for the schol- Mrs O. Sollitt. 8 finance and budget chairman. I mints were served
p. m.
.1I.hp, fund will be held Feb. 191 Mrs. A. Gray Mrs. C. R. Brews, Nov. Meeting of Redland -- ---
In Royal Palm Club, it was announced Mrs. J. J. McCormick, Mrs. J. R. Neighborhood Circle with Mrs. J. I

Mrs. S. S. McCahill, Rankin, Mrs. J. A. Morgan, Mrs Lawrence Scott.

scholarship chairman, reportedthat L. M. Boswell, Mrs. Wm. Mark Nov. 4-Meeting of Homestead

16 girls have been given Brown, Mrs. C. E. Adams, Mrs B. P. W. C. In Chamber of Com- Next Wednesday-Thursday

scholarships this year at the Uni- Alice Thompson, Mrs H. H Pin- merce building at 8 p. m.

versity of Miami. der, Mrs. A. L. Evans, Mn A. H Nov. Homestead P. T. A. tag Friday-Saturday
Mrs. Johnson Pace, state chair- Corbet. Mrs. H. J. Lehfeldt, Mrs 'day

man of Royal Palm Park, urged R. B. Terrill, Mrs. A. Archibald I Nov. 5.-Meeting of Circles of
the members to visit the park to Mrs. J. J Miller, Mrs A. J. Schu Woman Society of Christian THE ORIGINAL

tee the natural beauty of the macher, Mrs. R. W. Way, Mrs. G I Service, I

Everglades E. Brogden, Mrs. A. C. Nelson Nov 6._Meeting of Legion Auxiliary I
The federations passed two reso- Mrs. Edw. E. Morgan, Mrs. E. D i in Legion hall at 8 p. m. REXALLThrifty

lutions to petition the city of Pearce Mrs. L P. Clephane, Mrs Nov. Meeting of Redland P

Miami and the county commissioners C. E. Entcrllne, Mrs Mary M IT A. at 3:30: p. m.; executive meet
to place four more public Baker, Mrs Isadore Cohen, MrsS. ing at 3.

nurses In Miami, and to have an W. Merrill, Mrs. Iva Spoult 1 Nov. 12-Meeting of W M U.

up-to-dnto tuberculosis ward established Baker, Mrs Ruby'.Showers Bakeit 1 Nov. 14-Meeting of Presbyterian
which would take the Mrs. James A. Dupn 'v Auxiliary with Mrs Carl F

place of the ward at Jackson Mrs. W D MabAn, Mrs A. Kelley I- Robinson

Memorial hospital. Mrs. SidneyWetntraub, Mrs I Nov 21_Executive board meeting () Sale 13 D
Two new clubs were admitted to Melka Reich, MittM: F. Wittl- of Woman Club of Homestead

y the federation the Perrin eWoman' chen, Mrs Fayt Sherman, Mrs let 8p.m.

Club and the Older George Do Lanl Carter Mrs. Row I Nov. 21-Annual congregation I

Woman's Co-operative League ( Erllch Mis Lou Burling, Mrs ,supper and meeting of St. Johns

The league, recently organized In Frank W. Stillman. Mrs. E. A. Carter I Nov. 30-Third annual Woman's

Miami for women over 40 has f"-I Mrs Seymour Dane, Mn H I Club cabaret. \

tablished headquarters In J. Armstrong, Mrs E. J. Moore, I -
where it makes garments for sale Mrs. M A. Biker Mrs J, S. Kelly) I

and keeps a non-profit employ- Mrs. Walter Thompson Mrs W E. : '
have
ment bureau. I Rowell Mn Gotch Kufeldt, Mrs I shoppers, your

Miss Estelle Turner. assisted by J. D. Wvsong. Mrs. Dave Kufeldt, ri'

Mrs J. D. Wysong, served lunch- Mrs. Cina Stewart, Miss Estelle : ; ;! j shopping bags ready to be
eon with dispatch to 163 guests in' Turner, Miss Frances Lott, W T.
the clubhouse of the Woman's McCarthy, W. W. Jefferson, Jr. I .iJ
Club of the Redlands I I and Luther Chandler. filled with the greatest as-

Mrs Frank W. Stillman and I +

Mrs Geo W. Turner, Jr. were I
not is THEMEOF : sortment of Ic sale valueswe
hostesses at the church and Mrs. I,
B. P. W, C :MEETING
Dave Kufeldt, Mrs. M A. Baker .
and Mrs. H. J. Armstrong were Airs Sylvia Atkins and Mrs. Ben have ever offered.
hostesses at the clubhouse. Mn Archer told members of the Home- C .taut
stead B. P W. C. at their luncheon
I
; B. A. Waldin sold tickets, and I
Mrs E A. Carter and Mrs Tur- :meeting Monday of things that Interested tMp) ,lastlnO WOqa of N Miss
them the
on recent goodwill -
ner collected them. onlnMs, with ermju*, the
Present were: Mrs L J. Mc- tour to Cuba In which they !taterlM method i 0 Coat, REXALL lc SALE

Cafrey, Mrs. Chester J. LaHuls. I took pirt The meeting was heldat I' saf t CCXI1fortab1elJakfor!
I the Bamboo Tavern.Announcement .
I
Fred
Slater.
Mrs. Jack Clark Mrs
Mrs. T. O Boswell Mrs D. Carmichael was made that a sv I

Mrs. Nannette H. Perry, I district meeting will be held in the I Next Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

; Mrs T. T. Stevens Mrs. E. Forest I clubhouse of the Miami Woman's UhUlJt1 qufJ

Withers, Mrs. E. P. Fripp Mrs R Club Sunday Ah* (

M. Pettijohn. Mrs Paul Sears, All chairmen were asked to i! OH 11"ki"6"7ILICE'S .
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Mrs Samuel S. McCahill, Mrs, E. 1I meet with Mrs James Nesb'tt! PvMUBMItt BEAUTY DIXIE I DRUGYOUR

Pearl Robinson, Mrs Robert L. I program co-ordination chairman I'

Taylor. Mrs Geo. E. Deuel Mrs. it 7:30 p m. Monday Nov, 4, In PARLOR

J. D. Luke, Mrs. Irene Manning.l : / II .
Mrs. A. L Killer. Mrs J. Edw r4 -. AHr ...Mw...* o.-u.a..w ...... IL LZA1t.r. s.' Q IL K

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Yt. Friday. October 25. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Faze Sevens
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I MISS ELIZABETH BORNETO 'WILLIAM B. EDWARDS TO TAKE AS BRIDE
WED ALBERT FARRESMr I
:MISS SARAH DARSEY OF GRIFFIN GA.
and Mrs. W. D. Home are ,

J Social EventsHOMESTEAD I announcing the engagement ot
I their daughter Elizabeth Virginia I Announcement of the engagement wards On his paternal side he
to Albert George Farrel of Ravenna of William B. Edwards, ton Is descended from the Newman,
Ohio. of Mrs. W. B. Edwards popular Hunt and Edwards families of
The wedding will take place teacher of the Nina King Cooper Pulaski and Wilcox counties of
I early in November School, to Mill Sarah Dareey of Georgia his grandfather being the
... P. T. A. TO SEND SIXTEEN i ,Griffin Ga.. appeared in the Atlanta late Thomas Jackson Edwards
s CLUBS TO BEGIN Constitution of Oct. 20. and his grandmother being the
DELEGATES TO CONVENTION IN MIAMI WORK FOR CABARET The article follows: late Mri Emily Jane Hunt Edwards -
formerly of Rochelle, Ga
-. .' Sixteen delegates to the conven- inspiration as wellS informationto A special Joint meeting of the "Announcement Is made of the His mother
was prior to her marriage -
a tion of the Florida Congress of I the local associations," said Mrs.I Woman's Club of Homestead and] approaching marriage of Miss
1lbs'lrgl11la Watson, of
e Parents and Teachers In Miami, I Ben Archer, county council member the Junior Woman's Club of Home Sarah Margaret Darsey, of Griffin Alabama.
Nov. 13 and 14, were elected by the "The convention sessions stead will be held Tuesday evening and Sunny Side, Cn WIlliam
Homestead P. T. A at Its October will be held in the White Temple' at 8 o'clock in the clubhouse. B. Edwards, Jr., of Winter Park "The groom-Clint, a native of
meeting, held Friday at 3:15: Delegates I Church Conferences, which are I' Plans for the cabaret will be Fla. The rt'remon111 be performed Homestead Hii. attended the
e chosen are: Mrs. M. F. 10C the utmost value to local discussed and committee work outlined in the winter. public schools there He later attended .
I. :White, president, Mrs. Ben Archer I workers, will begin at 8:IS: each I "The bride.elect is the daughter the University of Alabama
,. Mrs Green Rives Mrs. Geo. N. morning but the regular morning of Mr and Mrs. Ralph Hirdison ,and was graduated from Southern
;Wakefietd. Mrs. W. E. Rheney sessions open at 10 o'clock. The GIVE DINNER PARTY Darsey, of Sunny Side. Her College of Pharmacy Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs. A. W. national president,, the chief of the While at college he was a popular
Mrs C. J. Parman, FOR OFFICIAL BOARD mother Is the former Mist Maggie
Hutchinson, Mrs Paul Reynolds, federal children's bureau, heads of Mr. and Mrs Frank W. Still- Lee Freeman, of Mansfield her member of the Alpha Lambda of
Theta XI
Mrs. C. H. Steffani, Mrs. R. E. An- the state department of education man entertained the official board maternal grandparent] being Mr social fraternity lie is
i derson, Mrs. E. B. McGarrah, Mrs. and nationally famous educatorswill of the Redland Community Churchat and Mrs. N. B. Freeman of Mansfield a partner in the drug store business
In Winter .
? E. Kirby, Mrs C. H. Campbell be convention speakers The their home in Redland Monday i On her paternal,*lde she Is Paik. H is a
member of the Lions
Mrs. C. Hagler Rice, Mrs. Clifton banquet will be served In Civic evening the granddaughter of }ilr. and Mrs.J. Club In Winter
peBerry and Mrs. Carl Anderson. Center Nov. 13. Its speaker will Covers were laid for: the host A. Darsey, of Sunny.-Side. Her Park and his only sister Is Mrs.
e Rudolph Aebi, Jr., of New .
alternates will be be the national president, and Its ancestors have nan.Ga

Sixteen appointed and hostess, the Rev. and Mrs W. long peen prominent ."
by the president. Registration theme, Seminole Indians." E. Rowell, the Rev, and Mrs. Geo.E. In the civic and religious in-
Y and transportation expenses The girls glee club sang two Deuel, Mr. and Mrs H. J. Armstrong terests of this community. TWA. PLANS
s of the delegates will be paid I numbers Attendance prizes wentto Mr. and Mrs. David Ku- Miss Oursey is a graduate of TO REORGANIZE

1 I by the association Mrs Gladys Cooper's room and feldt, Mr. and Mrs. Gotch Kufeldt, Spalding High School and attended Plans to reorganize, the Y W A.
J "The convention is held to give Mrs. J. R. Rutland's room. I Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, Sr., Mrs. M. G. S. C. W. in Muledgex of the First Baptist Church of

M. Ramsey, Mrs. Anna Messer- 'She holds a position with the Homestead were made at a meet.
u 1 I ENGAGEMENT OF MISS JOAN KELLUM smith, Miss Estelle Turner, Miss State Bank in Griffin, and her ing held at the home of Mm R E.
I'I'J Frances Lott ind Robert Cast brothers are Hard lson, Fred John Edwards counselor Monday night
. AND OTHA J. HACKLER ANNOUNCEDThe
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""III J and Billy Darsey, all of Griffin Present were: Miss Marjorie
BEATl CLUB FORMED: "The groom-elect u the son-If I Fogle. Miss Jeannette Campbell
r engagement of Miss Joan i Miss Kellum's maternal grandfather BY REDLAND GIRLS ,Mix W. B. Edwards of Homestead i Miss Edna Forte Miss Lillian Andrews -
T 'o1 Kellum of Miami to Otha J. I Arthur S. Jovner, broughthis A group of girls In Redhnd haveorganized Fla, and the late Mi Ed- I ,and Mist- Virginia Oor ry.SMITHGRAVES .
Hackler, son of Mrs. Helen Hack- family to live In Miami In 1902 a club that has been selected I
ler of Homestead, Is being announced for its aim the giving ofsupervised
and his sister war one of the first : :i
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by Mr. and Mrs. J. E. I parties The gills who
I Kellum of Miami, parents of the teachers in Homestead. nut Friday night with Mrs. .I
1 brideelect.The Mr. Hackler, as a child, came to Lawrence Scott named then club I
1 marriage will take place in Homestead with his parents from the Beatus Club, Is; YOUR Invitation
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Miami in November I from I Officers elected were: Miss
Maine. He was graduated our
Miss Kellum was born in Miami Dora Scott i president; Miss Jean Q o, come f
but spent her childhood days In i Homestead High School where he Eby, vice-president; Miss Betty eta' to
Fort Myers While living with 'distinguished himself in athletics. Ann Marshall secretary: and Miss DISPLAY
I her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. I He attended the University of Ila Jean Irwin, treasurer, Miss 'COMPLETEOf
and Mrs. R. E. Scott, in Home- 'Miami and Hemphlll Technical Norm Andrews Is publicity New
stead, she attended Homestead School In Memphis, and is now chairman, and Miss Carol Lee and I the Beautiful ;F
r{ High School She was graduated employed in Miami. Miss Mae Campbell, membership
from Edison High School In 1937. chairmen .

:MRS BE>'O WEBB HOSTESS Plans for a dance will be madeat I
FRED BARKER HONOREDAT II the next meeting to be held I
TO TUESDAY BRIDGE CLUBMrs.
BIRTHDAY DINNER Monday tt the home of Miss Lee I
q Mr. and Mrs. Harry Degler entertained Bevo Webb entertainedthe
at dinner and cards at Tuesday Afternoon Bridge \
their home in Florida City Friday i Club at her home this week. High I
I evening In honor of the birthday score prizes were won by Mih J. u ELECTRIC RANGES j
anniversary of Fred Barker. R. Brooks and Mrs. Howard John- I :

Covers were laid for: Mr. and I son.Others 24.16 N. with Measured Heofgf i
Mrs Defiler, Mr. and Mrs. Barker, present were: Mrs W I MIAMI A* v
:Mr and Mrs George Davis, Mrs E. Rheney, Mrs. T. J. Faust, Mr: ,
Blanche Chapman and Charlie I Julian H. Webster, Mrs. C. J.
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Eight _THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. October 25 1340 '

.......... MRS C. J. SUSONG BRINGS SEMINOLE Mrs. Charles Bchrens, Mrs. Robin

---------1 INDIAN PROGRAM TO WOMAN'S CLUB 1|A.Bryant W. ,McVlcker Mrs Helen, Mrs.Griffon D. A. Mul-Mrs.

I lin, Mrs. Walter Peterson Mrs.
Technicolor moving pictures of IHIndmon-Dr.I Irene Shanklin, Mrs !Virgil Saunders Mrs. R. L. Scott +
METHODIST SOCIETY GIVES shownto and Mrs David
1 Seminole Indian life were Mrs. Ted Stadlg, Mrs T. O. Watkins -
FOR PAST AND PRESENT PRESIDENTS ,I IAL members of the Woman's Club 1 Barnes i iI Mrs L. H. Watkins Mrs Ole
I of Homestead Tuesday at a guest At sn executive board meeting Peterson, Mrs John Webb Mrs.
I
reception for the pmt Hlndman was presented with a ,day program given by Mrs. C. J. held Monday in the clubhouse Mrs. Wittenwyler, Mrs. Bitting, Mrs.
,','nt of the Woman's Mlll presl-I corsage Susong, chairman of Indian welfare ',J. D. Perkins was appointed general I Edwards, Mrs Hams, Mrs. Julian
Mciety of the Homestead Mrs Sam J. Davis played two for the Dade County Federa- chairman of the federation ,Mrs Murray, Mrs. Smith and Mrs.
odist Church and for Mrs. violin numbers Mrs. Lewis I tion of Women Clubs i'meeting to be held In HomesteadIn Bethea
Hmdmtin, president of the I Brandenburg sang "Lady in Blue" Mrs. Charlotte Conrad, a government Janunry I
Woman's Society of Christian I and Mammy Little Coal Black nurse spoke on the wel- I Tentative plans for a bridge LOCAL W. M (T. MEMBERS!
Service the organization which Rose" and Miss Mary Eleanor fare work that Is being done for series and a rummage sale were RE-ELECTED TO OFFICES
replaced the missionary society.1 Williams gave several readings. the Seminoles In the south glades made I Twenty-seven Homestead W M
was given by Mrs J. D. Redd and In the receiving line were: Mrs.I and her talk was Illustrated by I Mrs Foulk asked that guest-day ,U. officers and members attendedthe
Mrs Ceo Harmon at the home of C. D. Eaker, Mrs. O. L. Showalter, Mrs. Elfle Southerland with the hostesses who can not serve arrange all-day meeting of the Miami
the former Tuesday evening Mrs Bruce Ennis, Mrs. L. C. Dodd, pictures which show every day << for a substitute. Association Woman's Missionary
The rooms were decorated with Mrs. Redd and Mrs Hanson Miss, I life In an Indian village. One especially The regular board meeting will Union of South Florida Baptist
coral vine and other flowers. Nella Sauls had charge of the j Interesting reel shows all ,be held on the third Thursday of Churches In Riverside Baptist
In the short program<< Mn guest book. the steps taken by a Seminole the month Instead of on the third Church In Miami Tuesday when
J P. Anderson first president I Present at the reception were: woman In making dolls from the Monday was decided Mrs. E. H Collier of Homestead
of the Woman Missionary Society Mrs. Dexter Smith Mrs. Earl Pa-\ search for special fibre used to the was re-elected first vice-president
told of the organization celt), Mrs. I. P. McLean, Mrs. Mollie trading of the doll for gasoline' RAIN OR SHINE! rum and Mrs. Bert Andrews was reelected .
of the society In I92Z: when Wlngate. Mrs Carl Anderson, Mrs Conrad brought with her an HONORS MRS. FRED REDD district young people'
the Rev. R. A. Shelby was pastor Mrs. J. J. Richards, Mrs Casper exhibit ot Seminole dolls, fibre Mrs Fred Redd was honored leader.
of the South Methodist Church. Williams, Mn..H. M. Oibbs Mrs. baskets and Seminole costumes. with a handkerchief shower at a Speakers of special Interest
At that Ume, she said, there were! T. L. HodiffTMrt. W. Y. Bush, Mrs Susong had on display her luncheon given for members of the were: Mill Eunice Fenderson. a
18 charter! members: Mri J D Mrs A S Mcve> Mrs Olin Wright, collection of tree shells and she Rain or Shine Club yesterday after missionary to Jerusalem who
Redd Mrs. J. A. Dougherty Mrs.J Mrs: L L Ffeld, Mrs E S Cap- told informally of Interesting experiences noon by Mrs. Helen Hackler at talked on "Crusading Into the
E Davis, Mrs J. V. Davis, Mrs linger, Mrs. Jason Avery, Mrs connected with her her home Uttermost Part"; Mrs T. M. Johns,
J L Burton, Mrs. Ivan Moser, Mrs.F .1 I David Williams, Mrs Joel J. search for the shells Covers were laid for: Mrs Lee superintendent of Baptist child
E. Ferrell, Mrs. S E. Livingston inson, Mrs. J. A. McNeill, ROb-I Mrs. H. K. Foulk the president, H. Lehman, Mrs. Julian H. Web- dren's home, who told of the work
Mra. Leonard Mowry, Br, I L. Brown, Mrs J. E, Close, presided. Mrs B. !E Oatlin and ster, Mrs. Frank B Rue, Mrs C. of the children's home; Mrs. Larry .
Mrs. C. W. Little MM S L. DIck. Roy Darby' Mrs E E, Atkinson, Mrs. Joel J. Robinson were the J Parman. Mrs. W E. Rheney, Wilson, Florida field worker, who
moon Mrs Margaret Daniel, Mrs. I Mrs Sam J. Davis Mn J. E.|i hostesses and Mrs. J. F. Hammett Mrs. T. J. Faust, Mrs. Frank Skill, spoke on 'Crusade in Judea"; and I
J U Free' Mrs R A, ShelbyMrs : Davis, Mrs. A. M. Logan, Mrs. |I received the guests Mrs. Carl Deden Mrs Redd and Miss I la Gore, associational young
M Q Simmons, Mrs A R: ,Virgil Lyon, Mrs J. W. English+I II Present also were: Mrs. J. D Mrs. Hackler people's committee chairman, who I
Livingston and Mrs Anderson. I I Mrs. J. G. Wynn, Mrs H M. Perkins Mrs. J A. Pollard, Mrs. explained the work of the young I
Other pant presidents who made Brown, Mrs. Showalter Mrs IS. J. Lynch, Mrs. J. T. Hall Jr., CHAIRMEN APPOINTEDFOR people's departments.
short talks Mrs J. E. Davis. P. J. Franklin Mrs W. R. Homesteadwere
were: Free, Mrs. Dodd, Mrs. Anderson PRINCETON CLUB Those attending from
Mrs J. H. Russell Mn J. L. Bal. Mrs Moser, Mrs Hind- 'Anderson. Mrs Orin Smith, Mrs. Committee chairmen of the i : Mrs Frank Irwin presi.
lord, Mrs Ivan Mowr and Mrs man Mrs. Brandenburg Mrs. ''R. R. Kln'ard, Mrs. H. Rucgg, Mrs.O. Princeton Home Demonstration dent; Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott, first
Dan Williams Mrs O. R. Brown I Russell. Mrs. Ballard Mrs. Hanson W. Calkins, Mrs. Herman Club were apolnted at a meeting I vice-president; Mrs Collier second
who succeeds Mrs. Russell, was Mn Redd, Mrs. Ennls: Mimes I Heinlein, Mrs R. S. Chandler, Mrs. held Friday afternoon at the homeof I II vice-president; Mrs J. Tom Vann,
not present. i Helen and Sue Moye. Miss Mary I Charles Clinton Mrs Annie R.I Mrs. W. W. Bethea, president. secretary and circle leader; Mrs
Each past president was presented McNeill, Miss Souls and Miss Wil- Butler, Mrs H M. Brown, Mrs. They Include:: Mrs B. Smith' W. B. Caves treasurer; Mrs Harry
with a rose howl and Mrs ,linms I Emmett Crowson Mrs. B M. I clothing; Mrs T. O. Watkins, membership i I Schauberger, circle leader; Mrs R.
and welfare; Mrs J L E. Edwards, circle leader; Mis C.
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB OF HOMESTEAD :METHODIST GROUP TO SERVE !Murray, garden and lawn; Mrs: i iI IE. Saunders, circle leader; Mrs.
I :VEAL FOR EPISCOPALIANS Ben Bitting, home management; I I Pete Morgan circle leader; Mrs T.
ENJOYS HALLOWEEN DINNER PARTY ; The Woman Auxiliary of St. I Mrs Olin Edwards, exhibit and ''D. Plche, Mrs Catherine Pickard.I ,
Johns( Episcopal Church held a recreation; Mrs Russell Hams I I Mrs. A. D. Smith. Mrs Gordon
At their Halloween dinner, party Oxford. Mrs. Robert Cassube, Mrs special meeting Wednesday after- .handicraft; Mrs. Roy Wittenwykr i Ivey, Mrs. W. T. McConnell, Mrs.
!Monday evening members of the 'Augustus Wynn, Mrs Fletcher noon to decide to which local canning; Mrs. Bethea, 4-H; Mrs'l Chas. Martin, Mrs J. R. Cham-
Junior WomAn's Club of Home- I Bryant and Miss Ellen Huff church group would be given the John Julian, food and nutrition; bliss, Mrs J. R Byrum Mrs S. H.
Others present were: Mrs An- congregationalsupper Fitch, Mrs. S. A. King, Mrs. E. L
Head were liven fish poles anset job of serving a and Mrs. Mae Taylor home improvement -
arl! Barrow Mrs. Virginia Lawrence, Mrs. T. C. Shackleford
Nov. 22. .
on
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to fishing for Halloween hats and
noise makers Mrs. Paul Loaner, Mrs E. watton'I. The group decided have theWoman's Among the things suggested for Mrs Jennie Smith Mrs J. C.
I chanan, Mrs F. B. !I Society ofto ChristianService Christmas gifts were luncheonsets Vann, Mrs A. E. Paul Mrs. W. D.
A
I hug glowing Jllcllo'.I.ntnnf"rm.d
Stanley Wittkop, Mrs Richard I of the Homestead Methodist dolls made of socks, trays, Horne, Mrs. Vera Summerlin and
for the
a centerpiece long
i Huff, Mrs, W B Caves, Jr, Mrs < Church serve the meal in its sun bonnets and straw bag A Mrs. Andrews.
and down
table the table ran en : ;
orange fence decorated) with black R J Elliott, Mrs Clifton DeBerry.Mrs recreation room at .:30 on the day work meeting will be held Nov
owls, haystacks and greeneyedblack Ethel Cellars, Miss Geraldine I assigned.The 1 at 1:30 at the home of Mrs. J. Chief "Didn't you tell me that
rats. Kelt and Miss Pearl Whitaker. auxiliary will hold its nextregular L. Murray in Princeton for the you never get tired"
Devil favors, made fcy the heed Mr and Mrs-J. R. Byrum hadas I I meeting at 8 o'clock, Nov members to begin their work on New Fireman: That's right,
teases Mrs. T. J. Walker, Mr.. dinner guests Sunday Dr. J. E. 1, at the home of Mrs H. E. gifts Chief. I always stop to rest before -
Schaff Present at the meeting were: I get tired."-Ex.
Frank Bcrnecker and Mrs. Wilbur Johnstone and Miss Ann Hoch and ,
Reed, stood at each place Tom Johnston, both of Miami
The high score prize winners In who are visiting Dr. Johnstone. I ............................. ....... ..... ................... ..................... ........ ..................i
rummy were: Mrs. R. E. Sherard Mrs W E Rheney and Mrs i I
Mrs Burley Oendy Mrs L. T. Julian H Webster were luncheon,
Proctor, Mrs Edwin McGarrah and guests Monday of Mrs. Sam Mur The First National BankHomestead
Mrs Ceo II. Fitzpatrick The low ray at her cabana at the Roney I !
score winners were: Mrs Harold Plaza.Redland .

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[I Hyde; and J. H. Burnett of Tamp :tile They are ecen"g visiting floe several weeks with
1 Mr. Hyde la an uncle of Mrs. Fogte. i an apartment In the Torcis buildIng he* son-in-law and daughter Mr.
I Mr. and Mrs Harry Adams of on Palm avenue. and Mrs. W. F A Robertson.
nrs and Around 'Fullervllle Texas visited at the I II
I Fogle home several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stillng Word has been received by rel.lives
ell'r.- Iln 11 i I returned Monday from a trip to I that L. C. Aldrich, Jr, who
;
' .. | Mrs. Barbara Johnson of Red- the northern part of the state. recently re-enlisted and was sent
Itt, Homestead 'land is in the James Archer Smith I I to Camp McD l. Fla., has been
hospital for medical treatment. Mrs. Oscar Sabtn of Toledo, promoted to the rank sergmint.
itIe I Ohio, Is expected to arrive next
I I
i James Rotherham arrived Monday week for a visit with her father,
rs. I Mrs. Frank Stalling and
1[I from Revere, Mass., to spend F. B. Leiningcr. son.
rs. Howard Johnson attended atexall Mrs Fisher. also of Indianapolis.Mr the winter In Redland. Skipper, of South Miami mere
In rs., convention In Atlanta from Slate is a cousin of Mrs. Cast.I Jack M. Fletcher of Homestead I I Mrs. R. B. Chandler was returned Tuesday visitors in Florida City.
Monday until Thursday of last On Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. James son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L. Fletcher to the James Archer Smith hos-
week. While Mr. Johnson was in I Hogue of Atlanta visited Mrs. Cast has enlisted In the navy. pital Sunday morning and her con- Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Phillips and
Ulanta Mrs. Johnson and their I and her son, Robert. Mr Hogue Percy Baker of Cape Sable was dition Is reported to be serious. three children returned Tuesday
laughter, Janice, visited Mr. John- and Mr. Cast were classmates at taken to the James Archer Smith from Cochran, Ga., and Clinton
n's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Her- Auburn Polytechnic Institute.Mr. hospital Tuesday for medical treat- Mrs. R. J. Shepherd Is expected Miss.
M. rt[ Johnson, In Wrlaht vllle. I mentNNNIINNIIINNNN.NIIMNMNIIMNMN to arrive Sunday morning from
led Mr. and Mrs. Robert Soule and
Conn.L.
North
and Mrs. E. F. Ray returned Haven
ml sons of Hoodsport Wash spent
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Eckberg who Monday to their home In Redland
several at the Palms Hotel.
days
try FLORIDA CITY C. Aldrich returned Tuesday
ave been touring the western after a vacation spent in Slater
tillt tales have returned to their homen and Independence Mo. .Clarence By Mrs. W. W. Seyery from Miami where :5R3'-been
tl.tIrn Silver Palm drive. Ray of Neodeshea, Mo., arrived I I employed for the past months.I r Dr. Leonard W.

this week to spend the winter with ------1 I1 ae....".... to be
'act Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rohrer and
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dunlop who his brother and sister-in-law. .Niue .... .......nasklnl
'ad children moved to Cape Sable
City postmistress announces
red have been spending the summer the Florida City post office Monday II : !:
Will \\l\n New York will return to their Mri. Qulnnie Sherard Is visitingher moved this week to the that.. MI N. tire*
home Saturday.Mrs. sister, Mrs. B. Johnson, in Fort .. ._ Air c-
Mrs. M. Palmer left Wednesday
Palm avenue adjoining the Palms C-....... T..._

Pierce for several weeks.Dukes
est I Hotel for her home in CleWtand! after A
.a O. R. Brown, mother of I
'hothe >Irs. Olin Wright spent several West who Is stationed at Tbe Young People's Epworth
days In Homestead last week and McDill Field Is visiting his par League will sponsor a benefit pot- ,, GET fOUR STATEDrivers
ns, lleft Monday for her home In Mc- ents Mr. and Mrs G. A. West. luck supper at the Community I
111- {Donough, Ca. Church Friday evening. I I

irk Among those attending the Flor ---- I LicenseAT
tl"'l'ho' Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Sullivan are ida-Maryland football game In Mrs. L. B. Sommers of Miami'
announcing the birth of a slx- Gainesville Saturday were T. E, Springs and her daughter, Diana
and pound daughter Tuesday In the Kirby, S. L. West, Harry E. Cooper, were Tuesday guests at the home i i'
In' James Archer Smith hospital. Mrs. J. R. Pope, Myron Grennell and of- Mrs. B. H. Edwards | JUSTICE OF THE PEACE OFFICEIN
'ho Sullivan Is the former Miss Margaret Tom Moffett.W. ---- ,
ingsi. Brooker. Mrs. H. Lozier Is reported to be HOMESTEADOdd

M. Brodie who has been In ,recovering from the flu. ,

. Paul Reynolds, manager of the James Archer Smith hospital : Fellows 81d,. Open from I a. m. Nap m.
for several weeks was taken to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Gucclar-
(Royal Palm Ice Company plant I I
,rat and there, Is attending an Ice manu- his home Tuesday. do of Tampa arrived Monday for

facturing executives convention _
nn, this week In New Orleans. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Calderwoodare 7f
(r.. (Reynolds will tour New Mexico entertaining Mr. Calderwood's
,try [before returning to his home. daughter, Mrs. Edna Williams of
R.C... Mrs. E. P. Richter of Cairo, Ga., Minneapolis, who plans to remain ALL-TIME LOW PRICE
several weeks.
( [mother of Mrs. Reynolds, Is visit-
rs.T. ling at the Reynolds home for sev-
[eral weeks. Mrs. Julian Richardson of Miami 0 00"
rd, and her daughter, Patricia Ann
Ion spent Tuesday with Mrs. Richardson's -
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Jackson of v
( .
mother, Mrs. Walter Moody,
rs.m. Plummer drive who
spent the
In Naranja.
m.U.. (summer at their Highgate Springs, fya
U.L: |Vt., home have been In Hot Joe Borek and Clayton Collins

rd. [Springs, Ark., for several weeks. of Corham, Me., arrived Oct. 17
They plan to return to Homestead
.
C.D. to spend the winter farming in
next month.
South Allapattah Gardens. f
,andlist I _
The Rev. and Mrs. John W. I Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Fogle had
|Porte will return by train today as guests over the week-end C. E.
from their summer vacation spent
[in New Jersey and Pennsylvania i

:ht, and In Washington, D. C.
he"i NEWT. G. BALL

Fort Mr.Lauderdale and Mrs. Barney have arrived Bishop to of I Get the facts and you'll get
NOTARY PUBLIC
Impend several months In Redland. this BIG, new refrigeratorMODEL

Mr. D D. Searcy is recovering i Fire Insurance and SVE 6-6.2 CU. FT.
I
|from an attack of flu at her home

4 'on East Avocado drive. I Kindred Lines Nowonly $1

Mrs Wm H Cast entertainedon 139 _
Monday Mr and Mr Albert Easy Terms
: Slate of Indianapolis and their I SI N. Krome Ave.

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guidance in character building.The board. The children's dental and
eighth grade boys are gladto health card have been completedand
have John Bilello back after a by the den-
I
Homestead the examinations
II II
High-Lights ,time ten-day tion. he underwent absence a during tonsil opera-which tist week.and doctor were made last

Clarice Dodson. Verna Lou Cameron has been
Am an American" and "The Seniors Report 118% I added to Mrs. Thurman'i class enrollment
3RD Old U. S. A" After the as- LIBRARY RECEIVES GIFT The pupils have made
P. T. Membership:
becomes better acquainted good citizenship rules out of stickfigures
PERIOD \ them we will use these two Seven new books have been and those that have been
The senior home room will be liven to the school library. The do not
sheets for loser
song group singing made are: be a good
awarded a prize for being the first bocks are: "Florida Trees" a bot- ,
The Band Parents Association don't pout never
boast ploy
;
TOUCH to give fish Oct. room to have a perfect record on any book by Ethel Dryden; "Coal turn
a fry Monday quarrel, and wait your
the Homestead Parent-Teacher Association to Go" and "Crashing Through,"
from 6 to 7 30
: p. m. During Hallo-
I I fish fry the band will give a membership campaign. by Sherman, "The Tropical Garden Miss Ray's room has a board,
Last week Ole This room reports that every fam- ," another book on botany by ween scene on the bulletin
ran off Its second I J The band managers this year are ily represented has paid membership Cook and Tongg; and three fiction and the pupils are now making
football tournament. I ": Jacobsen and Robert dues and that the room has books, "The Whispering Statue", pumpkins.
I who, along with their other secured In addition five other and "The Haunted Bridges" by David Fredericks was absent
was between the Carolyn Keene and "Wings of the Hood's room last Friday.
will have charge of taking memberships. This means a mem- from Mrs.
cal education classes I Instruments over to the audi bership of 118 per cent. Navy" by E. T. Adams. Mrs. Bird's room mothers are
the third period class I In the "band wagon." As a reward, Mrs. Ben Archer, -Geneva Vann. I' Mrs. J. P. Reynolds and Mrs. H.
with all wins and no -Mary Jo Close. the room mother, will give the S. Schauberger. ,
different I ___ seniors a Sadie Hawkins party. The ichool Is glad to welcome The grade mothers of Mrs. Fl-
games Go on Picnic The class Is very happy to have Mrs. Watson In the office as reg fleld's room are Mrs. C. G Martin
this tournament Mrs. Preston B. Bird as an hon- istrar. She will\ have charge of I and Mrs. W. L Neeley.
And See Show
tween the third, at GablesThe
orary room mother. all the records. i Room mothers of Mrs. Wynn'sroom
sixth period classes.In Orders for the senior jewelryand
juniors had a party at the' are Mrs. A. D. Smith and
the first round
school pins to be sent
period smothered hammock Wednesday. are ELEMENTARY NEWS Mrs. J. R. Pope..
period under a 47-8 eating lunch, those who loon. Faye Williams of Miss Jackson's -Clarice Dodson."Jack" .
the fifth period to went swimming About room Is back after being absent
period 36-22 o'clock we went to a show at' Journalism Club to See Because of illness. The pupils are of All Trade
In the second Cables and returned home' How Newspapers MadeThe learning something about the furnishing A rather small boy who gave his
period eliminated 6:30. of a house, and each day name as Jack Simpson, applied
period by a field -Geneva Vann. Journalism Club will to they are furnishing one room of for a Job la a spotting goods store.
score was 20-22. The the Redland District News officeon go their doll house A number have "What tan you do, sonny?" the
found the pickings a R. II. Spear SpeaksOn Wednesday night to watch the brought covers for the rest period.In manager asked. 1
this round and after "The World Today"We to Mrs. Edwards' room, Maxine "Anything," replied Jack.
paper go press.
defeated the fifth Some afternoon soon the club Walker sang as a solo "God Bless "Can you file smoke?" queriedthe
In order for the were fortunate In having will visit the Leader-Enterprise to America" at the opening exercises manager with a smile.
KPt another crack us on Tuesday, the Rev. R. see Its press. Mr. Archer will givea ( Tuesday. Orle Ransom's motherwas "Why. yes sir." the boy thoughta
teriod, it had to Spear pastor of the Nazarene talk on newspaper writing. a visitor to the room Tuesday. while. "Yes sir-If you'll screwIt
period which was in Homestead. His sub- The constitution drawn A border of pumpkins and black in the vise for me"
was up
by the final score of 1 was "The World Today," a last week and some changes were cats which the children made has I He got the lob -.Southern Wildlife -
The final and best in which every student In made In It Monday. been arranged above the black- .
whole tournament school is Interested. We en-
-Melba VanWinkle.
'ween the third und a selection by the band and
II was one of those singing. THEMES: REQUIRED WEEKLYIn
JMI! nerve-wrecking -Edna Forte.
the junior high school Eng-
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PRINCIPLES OF ART lish classes, Monday Is theme day.
mil for the first p
The Interior decorating class is Each pupil is required to write
ci und period of the
the selections of objects I and hand in a short theme written Nc a
I ii mil opened up with
have good proportion, har-i in Ink. Mrs. Rutl.md gives the
i Mii'uting quick of line, and good balance subject. Last week the subject
si ore at the end of The girls are studying these I was "Honesty," and this week,I
J7-.IO in favor of the
of design so that when-I The Value of High School Education -
Tins class '
wm
they make a selection of an ." This theme building
of seniors. they will choose tor-:project serves two purposes: totmpro'e
In all six games a methods of writing, and
points was plied up
ti'.ims. The third '
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for Christian Offensive Brings I LEGAL NOTICES 1
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ted INeed NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CLASSIFIED ADSRATE
Training School to Miami !! TAX Mill: 1
en- I Chapter i? ir-Art. w m -rii* AIWIKOTICK I
IS HrKHtY GIVEN the Miftarn .
last One of the largest Christian will be given for the work and H. Bell holder 01 Slate ana Co.nl I : First insertion 10< a line; subsequent Insertion
I Tai Certificates" Ni. 17T and r*. 1 Issued
training schools ever to be held in each person may choose only one the Ith dw of June A. D. 196x. haa filed 54 a line
start I' subject. There will be no enrollment tarn In my .m... and haa m... ..,..U..-
southeastern Florida will ties fora IK deed to b. Issued thereon
en-1 fee Persons from the Ped- embrace the following
adel Nov 10 at the Westminister Presbyterian land! District who wish to attend Said described.Certificate property, In tile Count of Dade. i|, FOR RENT OIL AND BOTTLE GAS stove

ickl Church N. E Second these classes should see Mr Ricksor Slat of Florid. towitlTrart I i from $1 up. Virgil Lyon.
Sub. Plat
61, Mi.ml Garden, a
een ] avenue and 18th street, Miami asa :: Mrs. Paul Haley of FloridaCity Rook I, Pun ... In Section I. Township II ,,FOR RENT-Two bedrooms, (l27U)

result of the co-operative efforts local chairman of publicity South Rani* 41 tart containing J Acre southeast and southwest exposure
not more or leea, In the County of RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for
of all Presbyterian churches from : .I Nettat"; I I1T1.
ver and enrollment. of Florida, embraeed In hot water. Very pleasant
Hollywood to Homestead announces I The assessment ofaid property Fireplace available in sale cheap. Mrs. H. H. Ewing,
the Rev. George H. Ricks "Realizing that national defense i under the uld Certificate tolled WM In I 1I\'ln'l 15 N. E. 8th it. Homestead
Uo-3 should be predicated by a Christian the MID of Bennett Gordon, room. Could serve" meals .
pastor of the Homestead Presby- Gardens. Sub, Flit I (aiett).
I offensive for the Tract 76. Miami Arvilla Booth. 502 N. W. 2nd
I development In Section I. Township H
troll terian Church. Bonk I, Pant 96.
of character and leadership the South. R.n. 41 Eart containing 5 Acreamore ave, Homestead Fin (o2Stf! ) WANTED
log I Qualified workers in the fieldsin or 1_. In the County of Dade. Blairof I
Presbyterian churches of the ,
which instruction will be offered rlorlda, M embraced In Certificate, ,"0. Ii FOR RENT :5 room furnished
Miami area have dedicated them- 171. Th. assessment of Mid properly i TUTORING WANTED hid
entj will constitute most of the selves to train workers for the under the said Certificate Issued ass In the house $35 for winter: $25 for school and grade school subjects.
lay. ] teaching staff, and the school will name of Bennett Gordon I summer. Inquire Dr M A.
gigantic task of bringing Christ Unless Mid Certifli-atea hall b> redeemed Mrs H. J. Armstrong A. B..
are. last one week. Regular credits and Christian living to the forefront according to law the property described Berger. (polD-25)) Plummer drive and Country
lL therein will be ..>I.0 the highest bidder I' '
said Mr. Ricks, "in order at the Court how. door on the first Monday FOR RENT-Clean, all electric Club road.

t Methodists Will Close that it may be the most vital part In the month of I>o
FlrUn- Youth Week Observance of the American way of life and I. 1'.odII.the 2nd day. 2nd of December.day of Ortuhrr IMli l 1940. I| Collins, Federal Highway DI.I .- FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus -

| to help people recognize the great I E. B. LEATHERMAN: cayne Drive at MorlcUo.if trees and tropical fruit in
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Sunday will close the observ- I truth that in spite of a changing D.d. County florid I .t' (sSOtf season Jungle Grove Redlanl

nnsl world virtue and vice remain un- Circuit Court "Real I road and Plummet drive.
ance of Childhood and Youth L. E. FARkFR D C.
By
I changed FOR RF.I.'T-FurnISl'lOlil and unfurnished
and Week by the church school workers ,tort :t Nov 1, 8. II. 1940)) CLEAN RAGS WANTED Wile
.. ... .. house uiimrt npnrtmcnta. -
of the Homestead Methodist "" I .
1. i' exchange ubirription or advt.tising .
o. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Year 'nfurwt' tenants
Church. Reports of teacher visitsto Homestead Girl ScoutsBy TAX llrrl: preferred Benjamm W. Morris / for lean lags Leader-
the homes of the church school Chapter I1U1-A. of I.H-Fll. A-4117
MARY SOBER Scribe NOTICE IS HrKFHY GIVEN that T. N registered real eTjt! broker Enterprise.
will be
pupils heard and the
pastor I Tom. holder of State and County T.. Cerllflrat .
. hllliedl the Rev J. J. Richards will I ......."' ........".."' .........................................".." I No 1M lulled the Ird day of An.int. N. Krome Ave. nexflo Baptist LEGAL NOTICENUTUK
bring brief I ( A D. 1028, has filed aam la my of. Church. (s20tf)
a message on "How to On Oct. 22 we voted to take 1",0. and h.. mada application fur a lax

ore.] Make Religion Real to Childrenand : from our treasury money to buy I ... to be lamed thereon Bald Ortlfl. RENT YOUR HOUSE OR APART 1IF AI"'IICATIIIN FOR
] Youth. 1 i rat. embrace the following described. prop TAX Drll
the I paper paste and notebook and we eny In the County of Dade. State of n.1T MENT-furnished or unfumibh- Chapter IU-Ar' of 1026-Fit. A4276MOrll'E
The pastor's Sunday evening voted to resubscribe for the Nature Ml. to-wlti ed. I have year 'round clients IS MrKrllY GIVEN that
sermon theme will be "A Courageous ,... SI, Sub. of Section !6, Town.hlp El.i: llHim.n holder tat Hlate and Count
I magazine we have been M South Range 40 Ea.t: Plat Hook i, Benjamin W. Morris registered Tex rVrlirirat N.. HK4J, Issued the M
tried Coward. "The message will taking.We Pure 17, Sheet I. containing 10 Acres more real estate troker, M Krome day of A"."... A, I) 1M7. ha. filed ..amily '
be based upon a study of Nlco- or less, In the County of Dade, state of In m office and I liai made. application ,..,
have 19 squares done on our Florida ave., next to Baptist Church. a tax deed to W issued thereon Said (.,
''ghtl demus who it is related came to Red Cross afghan. The assessment of Mid property under s20tf) tlflcalen, >l.r.Ihe following described.
rewf Jesus by night," said Mr. Richards. I the Mid certificate was In the name. oft I property In the County of Dade. state of
"Often this has been held We were reminded to bring a C. H. Gimpy Eat rlorlda. t.,..lt :
up as a contribution Unless Mid certificate shall b. redeemed FOR S.\LE/, Lot 12. Klk I. Amd Plat Plnehurat Adiln
'lId- cowardly act, but it was even so for the crippled' chilli'dirn's according to law, the property denctihedtherein to H"me.lead, Pint 'Hook II. Pave It. In
home next Tuesday. will ba told to the highest bidderat the County of Poole State of Florida.
a
thing to do
courageous ,
I We selected i the Court house door on the tint M..n.J FOR, SALE OR RENTRestaurant The assessment of said property under
our flag bearers
The public is cordially invited to' day In tht month of November, 1MO which i building at Florida City on the Mid certificate was In the name of
worship with the Methodist con- for the festival to be given on la the dill day of November. 1910. I I James Hardlman
Nov. 1. We spent part of our time Dated this let day of October. 1040. Key West highway Offer want I nice. said ,vrtiflc.t..hall be redeenMicconlltiir
s, gregation at both services :,' E. R. LEATHKRMAN. ed Write J. Kuppertz, 4226 to law the property described
I on handicraft. Clerk of Circuit Court, herein will he ..Id to the highest bidder .t
1: Girl Scout Week begins Sunday. Dad. County Florid. I N. 11th St., St Louis Mo. he Court house four un the tint Monday
50,200
CARS WEAR OCT I Next (Circuit Court geal) (ol8-nl) In the month Ueit-mbcr. 1B40 whirr lathe
Tallahassee, Oct. 24. (Special)- Tuesday is handicraft day. By N. C. 8TFRRFTT D. C. 2nd day of December 1(40

I It Is estimated that 30,200 motor !I|We are going to make menus for (Oct. 4. 11, 18. 21. 11140)) FOR SALE-Man'. bicycle 1000. Dated this lath T. II day. I.FATHbRMAN of October, 1(40
the
I vehicles will be worn-out on the [ Red Cross. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Tom Collins, Modollo Fla. (Irrk of Circuit Court.

; roads of Florida this an1 I! We had the goodnight circle TAX DEED (o4tf) Dade County, Florida
s year and played Chapter 174JT-Acl. at Illl-Fll. A-42MI Circuit: Court SiallNOTIIB
II economic analysis of motor vehicle I games. Wilda Batts NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that T. N. By N C IITYIIRETT.! D COct.
use and ]i was hostess. Tome, holder of State and County Tax more or I..., In the County of Made Suit ( 10, 26. N... I. '. 10401)
consumption recently embraced In Certificate No.
uf Florida, a.
completed by the state road de- i ,......,.,..,.I ....,..d........... ..... 01"01 Certificates July.No.A. 121 D. 1M7.and HI.hat Issued flint Mme the bill Inl 122. The assessment of ..lit property under IF AI'PI ('ATIOH FOR
i..s; t.1; and hat made the .aid Certificate Issued .as In the mm TAX 111.1,11I
partment reveals. That figure Redland Girl my application for
fns: d :j"'t bt baud thereon Sam CertlflratM -I of William E. Bil.br I Chapter ITH7-Act. of ..Sl-FII. A-4I7S
represents 42,530 passenger cars By ROSEMARY BCRK, Scribes..o.a.o..o..a.um..uu. embrace the following d.icrlli''l Unlen Mid Certificate. shall he redeemed NtlTICF 18 III IIHIY l.lVrN: that
t
and I In the according to law the property described James a. Lewi h,.Uir of II.., .. llnul- r
7,670 County of
trucks. property. lladr. State of
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x. .. florlda. to-wlti therein will be told to the hlnheit bldilerat Tai Certificate. No 704 i..u.-t the The average life of automobiles, The -I Tract 1. less E. it ft. In Section 2!. the Court holla door on the first Monday of August. A. l>. 1 102* has III.-. ems. ,n
In operation today Is 9.7 years. An i met'tini'as opened Township 62 South Range 40 Rest In the In the month of November 11)40 which my offliT. and ha. made application for a
the flag salute in which Mrs A. County of Dade' State of Florida se rm-j li the 4th day of November 1V40 ta< deiil t.. he l Issued them Said i'. rtlflcnte .
average automobile will travel I lJ.todII.. lot d of Ortober I940. .
braced In Certificate No. 181. Th embraces the follow. dIh.'I|
Campbell took a.Keument -
104,000 miles before It la discarded charge. The scouts of said property under the laid E. II. LEATHrHVAN: liropert) In the County of bode' Stall, f
or junked. expect to sell peanuts and have I C.rtlfli-at issued was In the tame of Clerk of lircuit court rlorlila.. to.wltl
I an auction sale Anna liems. Dad County Florlda Loll. Hlivk I. Cullllan Court Finn
at the
There is an average of one auto- Redland Tract 2.. Suhdn. 01 Section n. Town.I (Circuit Court deal Book II. Pare '7. In the Count) i.f !tad, .
mobile carnival. ship 12 South. Banco 40 Fast Plat look By N C. STFRRETT. D. C. state of Florlda
registered for
every 40 Present were: Rosemary Hen- (Oct. 4. 11. 19. 25, 19401 The ......nll'n. of Mid property uolir 1
persons and an average of 750 the aiM certificate WM In Ih. name ,,,I
gallons of I nington, Kathleen Wagner Grace NOTICE OP APPI ATION: FOR Unknown
gasoline is
consumedfor Burry, Charlotte Murray Melba TAX llrkll Unless said ,,"11I.'.'. hail W ,.'de, o" I Iaciorlltw
every car in operation. I Prompt Courteous Ser'lceat Chapter 17417-A,1..f IOIS to law 'the property .1, .. ,," .1 I
I Collm. Kathleen Campbell Rosemary File N*. A-41II I fir-II, nlll >I.. sold n,. the high -I 1 Udder ,.l
HeW: ;:;";;;;- can never keep Burk Sarah Vihlon, !Marie'' the NOTICE 18 HrKrllY: lit EN that t B thetart hI'''"' door I on th* I".. M 'ol, v
Stanley holder of State, Hnd uunly, TnTtifimti > It, tl" m"h. r 11" I I l'lo. uh, t, .
secrets Rogers Evelyn Go<
She: Yes, they can. I have kept Johns Mrs. Campbell\ MrGoss- SINCLAIRService curd: : the 6lh day :if June A D"I'd I: >. I H. I Dnleil thin IMIl d..r l ..I "'I t, l L.r. ,1
mma in my ,flln. pull lm, toad. ap- I' It I l.r\11111111 \Nfind.
my age a secret ever since I man and :Mis HtnninetonTurner's .. ,
was I 1 i"mlon r"r. tn dad In 1 1.,01 th '"" irrk "r 1 0, sit ,, '
25.iti n Braid i rtlf ..,.. embrace the tulles I ant ., t runty. I 11".1.. i .
He.: But I I d..rnbed property, In the County of Dade. I Lin ill I Court SfiilHr .
one day you shall tell state "I 10 Wide, to-wlli N r HTFRRPTT n iPel
I Funeral Home StationJohn Lots I to 2S, Block 16 North Miami ( 10. IH Nov I. '. H<"i
She: No. if I HI.hl.nd.. a Sublln.. Plat look 9s. Pacer 7.
can keep a secret I jl I I" the County of Dade. State of Florida NOTUE OF APPI (ATION FOR
fifteen years, I can keep it foi- 21-HR AMBILAVCE: SERVICE .. mbrared In Cer I If I,.ale No 70H Thexx.esIntent TAX DEEDChapter
eer.-Ex. Lady Attendant E. Davis, Prop. of Mid property under the Mid ITW-\.'. .f l>1>-Fll. A-lllt
I
c, ,rtifirat issued was In the name ofIlnksown. NOTICE 18 HrRrliy: : GIVEN that Irl v
Phone 564-R Homestead, Fla. S, Krome Ave. Phone 9111 Helrm. holder of State, and County r. .
i Ste 1 to 29. Block 17, North Miami Certificates No. HI* and '19. IMIUH II,
) Hlthlanfl; a Subdn Plat Uook 26. Pant 7, elk day "I J..n. A. 11 I\IS.\ has filed cam?
in 'the 1.>.inty of Dade Slate of rlorlda, a.unbraced I In my office and has made .ppli..""" r ,
{! GLASSES In Certificate No. >'6. The so- a tax deed to lie Laud thereon 8.ld' '
element of Mid property under the Mid tiflcaln. embrace .the following deecrlli d
Ltrt Certificate issued wa. in '> name of property In the I ""..., of Dodo gut r
-T M. Unkmwn I/I I FI rids. .".wll :
Lot' 1 to 24 lllok tilXJill Miami Lot l.. Stick 27. Fulford Hlrhlmi
Life ACETYLENE Highlands. a Subdn Plat ll.-.k .!5. I.... 7. Around Addn a ."h. Plat Book It. p. "
Gayer In the County of Hade Stale of Florida I 111!. in the County of Dade Stale of PI ,
a. embraced In Certiflcale No 7ID I The; Ida' .. emhra.-d In Certificate N.. i i
assessment of Mid property under the Mid The assessment of said property umber 11 t.
Certificate bawd was In the Bam of aid Certificate i issued WM In the name ifLnknuwn
Unknown. .
Lots 1 to 14 Block 25. North NlamlHiihlandt. Lot 10. Block 27, Fulferd nithland.Beconil .
WELDINGBrand a Subdn, Plat Hook 2S, Pan 7. Addn.. a Sub, Flat Book 2. I....
t In the County of Dade Bute of Florida, a.tmbraeed IDS, In the County oJ Dade, Stale of Hot
In Certificate No. 720. The a.- Ida, a* embraced In Certificate No til
t
aawment of ooi.rt, under the Mid The _.m.n' of Mid property trader the
Y..
win .* mesA ...... )
|
yes M ,
Certificate issued aun the same of amid Certlflcal Issued WM In the Sam if
rr h.l/acct Yew aye ar. Il% 4>| y..,l Unknown Unknown
CkteUe your eyed -* Unless Mid Certificates. .hall be redeemedaeeordlni Unions Mid Certificates .hall b* redeemed
to law, the property described eeordlnv to law the properly described
od New Outfit therein will be cold 10I.. highest bidder therein, will be sold to the hi.100... bidder
Dr. B. F. Stebbins at the Court kouee door oa tile tint Mon. at the Court house door on the first Mnn
day In the month of _..... 1H40 which day la Ih. month of November. l..... which
It the 4th day of November. 1140. la the Sob day of November. "40.
Dr. L. W. Stebbins Dated him lat day of 0........ 1(40.C. bated thai lat day of October. l 1910
:. B LEATHHUMAN.: J:. B LKATIOKMAN:
12Z5 W. FUcler St.. Miami Clerk of Circuit Court, Clerk of Cireult Court
All WorkGuaranteed Dad County, Florida. n.d. County. Florid.
i rhoDe I-231J (Circuit Court Peel Circuit Court Bran
C. STT.RRETT: D. C. By N. C. STF.RRr.tT. D. C.
o.t..N
( 11, IS. SS, 1940) (OIL .. 11. 11. 111. 1940)

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Be tan that your eye are M

C. J. BROWN CO. DR.R.S.AKERSI good M four brake*--have them

tested at least one each year

I DENTIST i

Refrigeration Service PHONE 561RSAM'S DR. F. P. ARCHER

office Hours: t a. .... to B p. m.i .

:i SMMISTS: I U II ,: AND SON

ElectricalContracting GARAGE i Closed Saturdays !i iI I Consulting Optometrist

UM W. Flatter SL. Miami, fla.Ind .
SAM ALEXANDER/ Prop. I Free Parking Space

Eyes Comeliness Lane 0.-.1
CAVES BLW 74 N. W JOTII ST.. 1'11.\\0-: I Glen. Repa/lid,

Avocado Drive and Old Dixie Highway '
HOMESTEAD PHONE t-tlSl IsaksbII
FHONE 534 Direction of The Americas
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Page Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, October 25. moVQAM .




\ 1 PROGRAM B. E.f VIENNA
SAUSAGEs

THIS MORNING PEAS S LBS.17c. to i LI N f5 CANS

A radio kit, 'Do Wt Get m 25c
Adequate Return for Our Tares?"
will bl presented over WQAM'i
American School of the Air at
9:It this morning by members ot With Reg. Grocery lb can 39c
the second year dramatics class of Order
Homestead High School
Taking the part of Sidney Carter i "Sliced- or Crushed"
the father who U wrestling Great Value STOKELFS
with nil Income tax report, will be 12e
Lester Archer. Mrs. Carter will I Pumpkin No. 2Vz cans Pineapple
be played by Miss Yvonne Pollard; 'PeacheslNo.212canl212c
their son George, will be playedby I SUNSHINE!: 1 LB. PKO.
J. T. Godwin; Mary Carter,the I 19c
daughter by Miss Betty Jane Mey- HI-Ho l Butter (.'ax. No. 2 can 12%c
bom; Baby Cuddles I Carter, age 5.
by Miss Kathleen Freeman,Grandpa I
Carter, by Joe Byrum; Grandma ANGELUS
Carter, by Miss Jamie Richards -' Ibis Marshma lows n. 15cON rolls/
; Allen Frazier, a neighbor I .
boy by Archer Dodson. II
TOPDad
The radio script was written by IH ztb
members of the class, and is being Food 1 L'I ASS 25 C 116
given under the direction of E B.H' 16c i
Blackburn, Instructor of speech I PIIILLIPS
and dramatics at Homestead High
School. Pork & Beans 3 'gff 25c
-- -- I MonitorTomato
Kites for W. McGregor
Excell: ,
Slated for 3j p. m. Today Ketchup Brown Sugar BUI 25 c Soda or Graham

Funeral services for William
ROYAL ARMSTurnp f t!>i Ny:eaiwr.ww ""' CRACKERS1lb.box I .
Roland 73
McGregor prominent 14 oz. bottles '
'
Perrine farmer who died at his Greens: lOctycllow ,
home Monday after a brief Illness, P2for __ _ 19c CAN ___ 9c(
will be held at 3 p. m. today at
Turner's Funeral Home, with the
Rev. Jess Waller pastor of the With :
Onions a3 Ibs.10cl:1
Perrine Methodist Church, In
charge. Burial will be In Palm .
Cemetery at Naranja.
f..FANCY: BLLAtMLlL > -
Mr. McGregor, an uncle of i
James Neabitt of Modello, came to I 'CELERY,2bunches __ ____ __ ____ 9c I' Del-Monte
Perrine 18 yean ago and became TISTIM'IA .
a large-scale tomato farmer He, [f'lRHEADS: *AIIIS I
was born In Newton, Ga., but
moved to Live Oak when a young, Round Up :
man lumber and entered industry.the He turpentineand marriedMiss Cabbage ORDER KITH lb. 1 %C

: Lolliq. DaRden of Live Oak. I 1
Survivors besides the widoware Sale!
: four sons, Roland, Mayo and SO-WHITE
Robert, of Terrlne, and James of I l
New York City; two daughters, 'iCauliflower: lb. 5;l/2C
Mrs Hunter Rogers and Miss] DEL MONTE COFFEE
Elizabeth McGregor of Miami; two I
grandchildren, Hunter and Jean'I REDLAND DISTRICT.PERSIAN DRIP OR REGULAR
Rogers.. LIMES doz-------- I9c:
-- --- 71/2 e I POUND CAN
Legion Building Gets

New Legion Paint building and PlaquesThe home of Hubbard Squash, lb 6c PEACHES No.;Vi for cans 29c .

John G. Salley Post No. 43 la resplendent -
6 DELICIOUS FLAVORS!
_.
Inside and out with new
white paint with wood trimmingin 1 WITH REC1. ORDEReTRRe.ERRlAVOa FRUIT COCKTAIL NO.i'R 25cI.
,
cream. What It more rain I JELL-O CA
will no longer blow through the .. _
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skylight ventilators and damage = 3 pkgs. He9a : : PINEAPPLE JUICE
floor and paint for Post Adjutant A Del MONTE
:
Wm. J. Geronimo had that defect I .
corrected, too. No. l cans ___.3 FOR 23c
Walls of the big ballroom-as! \.

ornamented sembly hall-dining with room gigantic have boon clay SWEET YAMS, 5 Ibs ____ 17 c I No.2cans..2r0R23c
plaques bearing replicas of the I
great seal of the United States and "" Giant cans, each. ...25e
the great seal of Florida. REDLAND,

Improvements I made possible,to as the was the buildingare I paying i ;1 ORANGES, sweet and juicy, doz. 29c Golden Bantam Corn \.:FOE"! 19c' 4'
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off of the mortgage some years
ago, by profits from the sale of
automobile license tags In the, GOLDES',8U"EI .. SUGAR PEAS Nc Av3932for27cl:: I
Legion Tag Agency, managed by I

Mr..YYn".n.Geronimo .' .Bananas 3 Ibs. 14c DEL MONTE RAISINS

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EXPERT I I 2 pkg.15
t FIRST PICKING! t IBS. Wrapped C

BARBERING 'FRESH STRINGLESS BEANS 11.rDRYFlAKff23C in Wax!U!



HAIRCUT ...... 40c 'PS CHlPu 21 c 9c COUNTRY, ROLL BUTTER, lb.. 34c|

SHAMPOO ...... 40c SHIFT'S PREMIUM: .

i I" MASSAGE ...... 40cBUSH'S W 11lRKSCASTWIDWAnNILE 14c Lamb Shoulders- WHOLE lb. -I7c

FOR Smoked Boston Butts71S7; 23<

P & G SOAP, 3 BARS 13 casa SMOKED SAUSAGE Z Ibs. 25c]

BARBER
WESTERN!

SHOP 9c Fresh Pork Hams ,HOLE GR lb. Z2 i

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11\\ We Resene the Right to Limit Quantities'Homestead's '
N. KROME AVE. 11\1
Leading Independent Grocer"r
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