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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: November 1, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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iVOL. XVIII-NO. 44 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 1940 PRICE FIVE CENTS




Homestead Put on Priority List' .









In 40 Million Airport Program I







I Jail ielder of Gun and Ax WOULD BE ONE OF 250 FIELDS !




On Boat Tender and Wife. SET UP WITH APPROPRIATION j,



TURN OUT THE VOTE FOR PAXSON FROM FEDERAL GOVERNMENTTHE I

NO HOPE HELD AND HUGH PETERSIn I


the primaries, each county commissioner
Survey to Determine Nature
FOR VICTIMSAT I district votes for its particular representative on WEATHER
and Extent of
the county board, and no other. In the general 6lp.Offlrial,' wrattirr Button tvport, HimtM if the...Atibtrnplmlinunt .. .'?'",.. Improvements

election, however, the county at large votes on all Ru MX.,Mil Itor Rain
Oct. 25: |183 60 30.02
HOSPITALGunshot county commission candidates. Ort 26 I 84 84 30.04 0.01 LOCAL COMMITTEE

Accustomed to taking it for granted that "nom- Oct. 27 ..._ ....1| 85 60 I TOLD OF CAA ACTION

ination is tantamount to election" in the Demo- Oct 28 .. .__._ 83 64 30.07 002 --
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cratic in Florida Democrats inclinednot Oct 29 89 68 30.04 138 Wires From and
: Charges in primaries are Pepper
Oct. 30 I 87 64 30,04 1.29 ,
Jim Drives 6 Miles to bother with the county commission section Oct. 31 81 2999. 0.01 Cannon Received

Save ChildrenNEGRO'S BOdY'I' of the ballot in the general election, or if I by BirdThe

they do, to vote only for the candidate] from their

SON-IN-LAW I district. When there are no opposing candidates, STILING HEADSC. ,has included civil lernnautiib Homestead juthonu on it,

r WREAKS VENGEANCE I this does not matter. This year, however, it does I priority list in commotion with the

y f matter. With an alert opposition voting as a block OF C. AS ALLEN ,$40000,000 federal appropriation

Blamed Well-Lilced Renter I over the county it would be possible for a minority for setting up 250 airports In the
United States, Preston B. Bird.
of Canal Wharfagefor I candidate to get on the commission if the Democrats RESIGNS POST chairman of the city of Homestead ,

Separation should go to sleep on the job. 'a airport committee, was advised I

Lamar Paxson of South Miami, one of SouthDade's I this week in telegrams from
Edward Soling. pioneer realtor the Washington offices of Senator '
J B. Bradley, negro assailant I
of Jim Bankaton and his wife, two representatives on the commission has II and former mayor of Florida City, Claude Pepper and Congressman I

was arrested this morning at opposition in the person of Sidney Mew, and Hugh was elected president of the Red- Pat Cannon ,
Naranja by Constable Joe scar. I The telegram from Senator Pel'i i
Peters, a resident of Miami but also a friend of the land District Chamber of Com-
borough and lodged In the per was as follows-
Homestead Jail. At the Dade (Continued on Page Five) merce at a meeting of the board "Civil aeronautics authority hue i', .

County Hospital it was said { of directors In the clumber building Included Homestead on Its priority I,
there wm little hope for recovery I FIRST 350 CALL Willkie Neighbors Speak I Wednesday night to replace list for airports to be considered ." t
of either of the victim At fleeting in Redland I W. W. Allan whose resignation as in Florida and surveyed
president of the organization was by a special board after whkh \I
A shotgun wound In his abdomen NUMBERS NET 82 -- 'I accepted by the directors at al final determination of the extent i
I Preceded by a motorcade that
and another under his right |meeting the preceding Monday and character of improvement
paraded through Homestead with
armpit Jim Bankston SO,
negro
nightA! advisable will be made This sup-
boat tender at the Mowry Street horns going full blast Willkiesupporters
PERRINE SOUTHIn I R. Livingston was elected I II vey grows out of an appropriation -
held their scheduled
Canal basin, drove
vacht to
up 'fetretary I of the chamber at the I of $40,000000 for the wttini
meeting at Redland school auditorium -
the Homestead police Italian about I Monday night board meeting to up o( 250 .iiipniK in the country "
8:30 last night to ask officer togo an effort to give the names of Wednesday night with fill an office to which appointment I! The tell'IIrnlll fium Connies ,
lots lonely home fix miles out" the Redland District registrants Marty Gessler chairman of Red- had been deferred since the I man Cannon reads'"Administrator
on the East Glade to learn If his whose numbers were among the land District Willkie! Club presiding annual meeting and to comply of civil aeronautics -
wife was still alive and gave his first 390 called in the selective with charter provision that the advises he selected your air-
two children from possible deathon service lottery held Tuesday (one Dr, George Henry Bradford
secretary shall be appointed from i!port In connection with the new
I
their return from a Halloween headline' announced that "the first principal speaker spoke againstthe
the membership and not from the $40,000000, airport program Sur-
In Homestead. 390 men called might as well third term; Mrs Lct.i Foley,
party directors T. E, Kirby treasurer, I vey will be made by R. C Copt-
Constable J. M. Scarborough pack up"), the LeaderEnterprisegot her mother and brother spoke of I who had been serving us acting land, regional I director of CAA. Atlanta 1-
found the In lime ; as far as call number 350 In a Wendell Willkie as their former Gj He should be contactedto
woman a grove secretary was given a'ote off I II
neighbor and Willkie
made campaign
about a bundled yards In back of compilation Wednesday I thanks for having performed the > ascertain when he mil be then
the house, her head badly battered j I,night from an unofficial list of the movies! were shown I extra duties of this office until a I II for your sunev On basis of tin

She was conscious when found, but call numbers. permanent secretary had been I survey composed of secretaries ".f
probably was not when draggedout Then on Thursday morning came SAME POLLS AS chosen war narind commerce will
of the house A bloodstained an additional three or four pagesof The resignation of R. L. Chandler -I make allocation of fund."
a hatchet on. the kitchen table was serial numbers and names from I of Florida City us a memberof Mr Bird acid the loco com-
IN PRIMARY FOR i
apparently the weapon used. The local board headquarters -pre- the board was accepted with mittee has submitted as a pro-
woman would not my anything sumably of resident draft Jim hasn't a chance la the who had registered In districts TUESDAY'S VOTEPolling I I At the meeting of the board the army or navy a tract west
world Hit wife has.a 20 per cent other than District No.7, which I Wednesday night it was moved by I of Homestead comprising 2,000
chance of recovery. Both are In Includes the Redland District. It Mr. Kirby and seconded by J. R'I acres accompanied by all data In
the Dade County Hospital at Ken- was too late to go through these places for the Brooks that Mr. Stihng be elected|I connection with expense of development -
dall, victims of a lon-ln-law who numbers and fill In the gaps, but election next Tuesday will lIeneral'l I to fill the vacancy on the board of nvunUimance and other I
held them to blame for a separa- the call-serial numbers we did same is In the primaries 'directors caused by Mr. Chandler phases, and the government has
! tion from his wife, now In Georgia match with the registration serial Voting machines were moved Into resignation, and the motion was I asked for additional informationfrom
The son-in-law, J. B. Brad- numbers of Redland District young the old Citizens Bank building In (Continued on Page Two) time to time
:
I ley, had not been apprehended before men-both white and negro-are Homestead Wednesday and the I
same thing was happening to pollIng -
press time, but I dragnet has as follows: ;
I been spread with the aid of Miaml'l No. 1-George Franklin Marsh places In the other precinctsof Producer Tours Redland District
(Continued on Page I (Continued on Pace Fir) the county. Election boards II
also, will remain the same as they I In Search for Movie Studio Site
were In the primaries The polls
jl F. D. R. Brought Order Out of Chaos, will be open from Bam. until '
Admitting that he was touringthe J. Reynolds, a former resident of

Prevented Revolution, Speakers Say sundown.Separate voting machines will II' Redland District with the idea Homestead who now lives In Miami
but still land
in this
owns
be provided for voting en the park that a suitable site might be foundat district
How Franklin D. Roosevelt on a program of social legislationhe and beach bonds by freeholderi. a distance from metropolitan
x found 'hundreds starving In I'' has steadily reduced unem- In addition to offices to be filled Miami for a moving picture studio Mr. Nostrand better known In
'I land of plenty," banks giving up ployment and economic fear- from that of president on down to I he plane to establish In the near the movie and theatrical world as
I the ghost day after day and the was told a Homestead audience In constable, there are six proposedamendments I future, Wally Van Nostrand of Wally Van. staged the Irene Rich
" country really on the verge of revolution Legion Park Saturday night by a to the state constitution I Hollywood, CaL. motion picture Red Cross benefit in the Biscayne
I because of the false economies procession of speakers climaxedby to be adopted or rejected director and producer' of 30 years I Fronton last July and Is organis
i I existing In 1932 and how Congressman A. Pat Cannon. They are experience was In Homestead yesterday ing I musical t'xtraoann to be
! I through firmness and courage to Some of the candidate were To remove the state ad valorem .' accompanied by MrNo given for the Red C'."" the middle
' i: make needed charges and embark (Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page T\\0) trand, Ml i Jijn Rue and T.I (Con\.nucd uu Page Two)



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LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, November 1, 1940
_ Page Two :THE

'tance from Los Angeles and that
19 TURN OUT FOR llnsvllle, 111. A carpenter by trade ELECTION studios are now locating 20 and] BOAT TENDER
i he came to Redland six years ago 30 mile away from Hollywood to
from Pear, 111, and became "
'get working pace (Continued from Page
One
FIRST PRACTICE i grove owner. Besides his wife, I (Continued from; Page One) i Mr. and Mrs Nostrand are stay- )
county and state police,
Cora, he leaves a son, Allen, Jr., Hotel
tax on real and personal property. I ling at the Cromwell At the police station and on the
who arrived here Tuesday morning !
OF II. IL S. CAGEHS from Columbia, S. C., where he Is This proposal Is highly touted but way to the hospital Jim told of the '
In the army, and four daughters, many smell a nigger In the wood- STILINGContinued shooting. He had to come to Home.",1
Mrs. John Cown and Mrs. Robert pile working for the big land stead on an errand and thought,,]
Mrs. Walter holders and leading up to eventual nothing of the fact that
The Homestead High School Finch of Miami, and I 1 I Bradley
basketball B. Sutton of Kansas City and Miss passage of a sales tax to make upi ( from Page One) was at hit house, although the SO.J
started
squad officially
i i the deficit created In the state moved by year-old son-in-law had '
Billie Harford of Jacksonville i! carried. Then it was been
practice for the 1940 schedule revenue seconded O. B. quarrelsome about his wife S'
Mr. Brooks and by i going ,
Monday with ID candidates reporting I I I To exempt all widows from tax- Parker and carried that Mr. Staling away. On his return from the 12..

Of this number, James ation up to an assessed valuationof be elected to the presidency mile round trip a half-hour later,
Sullivan and Ralph Delllnger are PRESIDENTIALELECTORS $500, irrespective of dependents On motion by Frank Rue, seconded the house was dark, but the radio i
the only regulars left out of last which is expected to get general by Mr. Brooks, the board was going As Jim opened the '
year', Eighth District champions. approval from the voters of voted to endorse the public beach'' door with flashlight In hand he
D I. Bowen, Charles Connor, In the general election bal- Florida. development program and urge the was met with the first blast from
Le.ter Archer and Elmer Martin lot November 5. the voter will To increase the terms of county
voters to see that the bond issue the double-barreled shotgun, followed -
not find the names of either I commissioners from two years to
taw plenty of action last '
year on carries at the coming election. Immediately by the second ,
presidential candidates, but four and with the now wide-
the B team and years
are strong the
con- Decision on the amount of remuneration one. Then man whom the
to..clcr' for this year's varsity. merely presidential electors ly publicized joker which gives to be paid E. H. Galla- flashlight revealed as Bradley,
r".m,. Remember, there will be the legislature power to redistrictthe .
he ranks of last
year'slunlJ' her for his services as manager of clubbed Jim with the gun-which
fourteen names of presidential county as it pleases-making
high district winners
come Jim's
festival own.
the 1941 fruit was postponed was
Drr Done, all-tournament for- electors on the official more or fewer districts and gainIng -
because of the absence from
'.. irA Walter Brnnnen, all-tourna- ballot-the first seen, DemoI I power over county governments i The boat tender managed to get
of Mr. Gallaher.
'rn' ,enter, Matt Ballero and crats and the last seven, Re- that would be dangerous I I the session I hold of his .22 caliber title and
H; re! Glenn. publicans.The Dade County Commissioners as Following an address by Mayor shot at his attacker, who then fled
( irle, Stoffinl and Charles names will appear at well as commissioners in other 1 T. J. Harris In behalf of the Junior Jim got to his truck and started It
Robert, on. members of the strong follows: counties have declared against this Woman Club proposal to lay an for Homestead. The craved son-

,un.o! high team of two years ago, Paul Appleyard proposal. !additional dance floor section If in-law followed him part ,it the
reported fur practice, as also did Frank B. Dowllng To authorize the legislature to I the chamber will provide the material way In his car, but lave up'the
Fred Fuchs, a senior who was on Wallace. Keith create a state parole commission, the directors voted to appoint chase when Jim fired the rifle at
in quad two years ago. John Knight the number of members. their I a committee with power to him again
:Malcolm McClellan qualifications, method of selection arrange for providing this floor If
rhrer newcomers on the squad Jim thought he saw a pool of
Lewis W. PettewayRay and term of office to be at the dis- the necessary credit could be arranged -
this vear are David Roberts and I blood on the floor as he turnedhis
Harry Bowen, both juniors, and Selden cretion of the leglsliture On the committee President flashlight In the house on entering -
Warren Morris a sophomore. Bernard W. Corey i To distribute excise taxes from Stiling appointed Kirby, Rue and this proved to be the
Three members of the present H. S, Courtney praimutuel racing pools to all and Brooks. case when Scarborough invest
Calvin H. Draper counties In equal portions. Another meeting of the board
year' junior team are reportingfor gated He has the two gum and
daily practice with the var- Roger V. Flory To create a seventh justice of the will be held at 7:30: p. m. next hatchet as evidence

lit They are Steve Biondo, Billy Howard Gibbons state supreme court. Wednesday.A Jim's two children, a boy of 18
Forte and Fleunor Lott. A W. Hill I A \ on changing the bylawswas and a girl 16, were advised of the
for the first time In three yean Ella R. Miller called off at the membership tragedy while at a party. After
Homestead will have three player Pull the gadget on the first PRODUCERContinued meeting Monday night when a going to the hospital they were to

who ore more than six feet seven names to vote forRoosevelt I photostatic copy of the charter spend the night with their grandparents i;
lull and more than five men who and pull it on the under which the chamber was incorporated .
last seven to vote for Willkie ( from Page One) rt.
exhibited
showing
was
are more than five feet nine inches -
Coach Ted Bleier Intends to of November at the Cromwell that "the by-laws of this corpora- t
develop speed to go with this Hotel, Miami Beach under the tion shall be made, altered or rescinded the provisions contained in the
height to the advantage of Home- F. D. R. auspices of the Miami Beach by the board of directors circuit court-granted document, s"
.
Business Women's League which Is dated June 21, 1929Turner's
stead High this year. named herein or their successors
Barring unforeseen difficulties, Asked if areas as far from in office:' was exhibited. Reading

Coach Blelcr said yesterday, (Continued from Page One) metropolitan centers as Homestead I ot the charter showed some of the
Homestead High Schools basket- there would be desirable locations for by-laws not conforming to the Funeral
to put in two cents worth
H ""I earn should again prove to motion picture studios, Mr. Nos- 'I charter. J .I'
for themselves, for a few of them 21-IIK AMBtLA\CE \
b of
opposition a sort But
wood studios grew up at a dis- I I Lady Attendant
i' '1)r Eighth High, School District their first and biggest consider' charter to the board of directors
., 111.1)0.1111Allen ation was the President. ( I with the recommendation that the Phone "' -R Homestead. ,

I More than one speaker took up Peters and J. D. Redd, Sheriff D. I by-laws be revised to conform to .

Harfortl Sr.. Dies defense of the President policy i j I C. Coleman, R. B. Gautier who --- -- --.. .. .. .. .
Suddenly in Kcdland : even on the tariff question. They i spoke instead of Sen Ernest R.
Graham, Jas. L. Ouen Jr. I
pointed out that in a broad policy I mayorof

liell. Harford, Sr 80 died In involving the promotion of Palm Beach Gordon WIlcox. i
f''f> 'run I a heart attack early American solidarity for chairman of the campaign com- PLANT
" not.\ morning at his home at phere defense, the interest of pan-I mittee of the Dade County Dem-
ocratic Committee introduced the
P ,nmei drive and Yetter road, paratively a small group of
ida and California speakers and E. C. hl'OnI8teT.
fl! /1lIId: Services were conduct- tomato
precinct committeeman. Home-
, Inevitably became subordinate
1 Tuesday by the Rev J. HI the policy of woild-\vide Import- stead. presided :
It I. 'n., pastor if the Homestead anceSpeikev.. I

' ,,' Chi' "t. and I the liodi \ bt'ide Congressman Quality SeedsASGROW
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Choice Hay ,



Jim Dandy Horse Feed

51 MFIaqlcrSL 60 N.E. First St.

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Friday, November 1, 1940 LEADER.ENTERPRISE__ 'E Pare Three

BEACH BONDS TO I Hall Buys Drug: Store see if he should stop at South one of the rubber trees that bor- Husband-"And what will I do
In Northwest Miami Miami for more fuel and the next I der both sides of the highway at without you Oils evening I
thing he knew the car had struck that point. Wife-"Do the dishes."-Ex :
BE ON SEPARATE !i I
I O. R. Hall, pharmacist at the '
Dixie Drug for the past five yean, .- ,,,," .
VOTING MACHINE i has purchased the Highland Park .f
Pharmacy on N. W 7th avenue In I
I Miami and will begin operating .
the store Monday. 1 i
Four of Dade's five county
missioner. spoke In ...com-J Mr. Hall was with Lilei' DrugStore
Saturday night for the bond i In Homestead for four years
which freeholder prior to making connection with
will be askedto ,
vote for in Tuesday's election tol i the Dixie Drug. COME
f
make possible development of I I The Highland Park Pharmacy Is "
Rexall and has been In
more public a store
bathing beaches along "
ocean front property that may business the past 19 years. The TO MIAMIby .
otherwise past into private hands present owner Is retiring
forever Mr. and Mrs. Hall will move to
True two of the commissioners Miami this week. bus, train or pline. Come :

were here partly In their own behalf -
and all four were here to George Turner Injured in your own streamlined carl
put in their plugs for their party When Auto Hits Tree
but they all: stressed the I Importance Oct. 30th through Nov. 11 ttj
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of voting the park bonds.
Homestead's commissioner, J 0.1 George W. Turner suffered head M
Redd, said that the opportunity lacerations and his car was badly
to get these beaches may be gone damaged when It struck a tree as I
forever If the county does not act he was driving on the federal BURDINE'SMEN
at once Other commissioners highway near 27th street, Miami
urging! that freeholders not leave Thursday night of last week.
the polling place without going in Mr. Turner was brought to
the special toting machine for the Homestead by H. G. Thur-
park and beach bonds were Lamar man another Homestead resident,
Paxson of South Miami and Hugh who came along not long after the s
Peters and "Neighbor" Lowry of accident. Taken to the James
Miami. Archer Smith Hospital, he wasa
"We have the promise from patient there until Wednesday.
owners of the north two miles of Mr. Turner said he bent over I I
Biscayne Key that they will give to look at the gasoline guage, to 41nd

the county.that beach-to-bay area, I
if we develop it," laid Mr. would become a port develop
"and we have an option to ment to which Dade growers could ws
a. low price another mile Redd'i go without running the traffic
half of ocean frontage just gauntlet they now must go throughto
of Baker's Haulover At present get to the Miami docks."
w. have only a little over a mile Bonds for the beaches and parks
,of county ocean front I were approved, 10 to 1, when
" "The county has been assured placed before the voters last May.
It
of a $3,250,000 self-liquidating but the state supreme court ruled
I,. loan from the Reconstruction Finance that there hed not been SI per
Corporation to build a cent of the freeholders, or registered -
causeway to Biscayne Key, if the property owners who actually
county bond Issue for developmentis voted on the proposition.
approved. The federal loan The county commissioners therefore
would not be a charge against decided to resubmit them In
property With the causeway the general election and a special r
built, the lower half of Biscayne voting machine will be located in
Key would be converted into private each precinct for registered prop I.
residential areas, and muchof erty owners to vote on the pro-
Virginia Key, Just north of It. 1 IposaL 1.

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hesitate to buy a new or used car because !


of the draft. If you buy a car from us and are


called into service, we will buy it back, deducting '


only a rental charge of 3% a month on the selling


price for the time you have used the car.



This means that both your down payment and


the monthly payments you have made will be re-


funded to you in cash-regardless of whether


your down payment was in cash or the tradeinof


your old car.



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( ARCHER PrnMrnl and Editor Monday, Wednesday Thursday

aUIJOIIt LEACH ARCHER i >-t p. m.

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I II. tr Saturday. '-II a. m,; I-t p. .
ds Nr 7-' p. m.

UBRCRIPTION RATES r ?
.. lade to.ntr II asa I ,k Ai a mountain cannot escape It*
..teldo of !>..> C..nte u $1." ."
- I shadow. so man cannot escape his

companionship.-William D.
own
Tolerance Vital to LibertyBut
I Quayle.
Difficult .

By UK JOHN II. SIIFRM \V V This truth becomes more understandable -

President of Webber tullece l s1.wWNla as the birthday

F ,.f wvoklr trtli-lM ith. wrlltvtInt I
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I he' "" ......I-:nlrrprlnby IV John things which once Interested no
II Shu-m.n pmldrnt if Wrbh-r t'nl I Ilw
financial I rdiH.tli, ln>lltulli> I longer appeal.
'
for women, .1 Mihni Park Via Ttw
favorite
has his friendor
Everyone
l.olxlmml.t and ...111..1 lmtM
will aiwuM problem "f urnmlInlomt j friends Why? Because the

time spent In their company has

The most difficult feeling to j been pleasant; mutual Interest

maintain is that of tolerance toward have been collaborated upon and

persons who are saying I even In differences, good natured

things one believes are wrong discussion has strengthened Ideas.

Nearly everyone In the United But from such a friend we wish to

Slates believe, I think that free-
escape from time to time.

dim of speech I II a good thing FJORIDAr So a man'f own companionshipmust
We firmly believe this until we : """'
sir or THE surpass that of any cherished
hear someone say something we
OIZIENr' friend for one cannot maneuver to
consider wicked or against the
(If ASIA escape It It must be a storehouse
public Rood rttDsutttfmmrTHfaeoncArMoswfee &/ from which
/o a supply can be drawnat
Our faith in freedom of speech AI"
all time without
TlE R/I M1CU USES % % )L3if9rt M/ N7ll1t. &ea!Af roaOMt ever deplet- :
tested when we hear Ibt"mentl'Kpmsl ing the
t' >ro source '
rEArNERtFEET cq.CWDE
II / 6G6 fTON-1 AALrMArRN/NTAi1Vf;
the pulley of Improving SAW M/Nar6 r AN/ / S 5rAVV.WS CO ; 1 The mental storehouse is filled
nilional defense. statements /N7'PTS MourN VIlJr,rgpyOF ;fAtl'f6ffl't 1I by personal experiences and those
I of others Of course the personal
iKiunht out capitalist system .

statements statement advocating against i abolition democracy of. '\I ."' .' ... .... .... .. .. .. ..u ,and grotesque mechanisms for do-I 11111IIIl1I11111111111III1III1III3III1Il111II10! I I experiences for storage produce but one most man abundantly can-

freedom of speech CURRENTCOMMENT ing the simplest things A recently not have all the experience possible
perfected phonograph recall so he must try to gather them
has'
rot Charles A Lindbergh :
been putting our faith m democi I thi, Instead of a steel needle Its\ Years from source such .s radio movies .

o to tests rr'enlty. Listening use a pointed sapphire to follow 20 Ago conversation and reading,
olonel By AGNEW WELSHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA the disk' grooves; these vibration Reading I I is the most satisfactory
li tin preuch
appeasement
and advocate friendliness I IIhlll't' or undulations are centered on a: : way of acquiring this knowledge

toward I ......... traveling mirror which transfersthe since It can be absorbed
s Europe the first impulse '.11..... Note: M16 W.I.h.w. illlllllllllllllllllIlIIlIIlIlIIlIlIlIIllIJTh. \ \ slowly, reread -
to assert: I I"Someone onmm..'" an his "_......, .hethe, reflections to a photo-electric U meditated upon and stored
of good people was
many ought to shut that fel with was be his I.opinions.e.llon. aw-onont. Add.0'...at.."Time"..munt. cell and this converts them into r.Il.wlse 119.6 are t.%.. ..... I away for future use. Whereas that
... fit" of the 11.- ad
Ioati. I
I its N. L18th musical sounds which
M As"w.bh passes before the vision
low's mouth. If he turn his way, Cnlwprl..ntnall.hd at.r. 14 1917.a. .
He III.. IIInI' al. "ibi" Until rioriiU H.nn and quickly or I* heard once are more
tio'll have us In bondage. of the western I ...,".. 0... |r, lull With <>>o Bo.*> for Immediate
ahouldn be allowed to say such I Look at a map Cinderella' magic and mythical! stood Load. I consumption than
films" It will anew you that for storage Qurpose
'
hemisphere slipper t* V> be outmoded by a real Oct. II. 1929 If our mental storehouse hat
Rut wait a minute. the entire continent of South Am- one that I* to be on the Miamimarkets been
Col Lindbergh was wrong In I i 1 Growers properly stocked, we need
to this week the
this month It Is made -"Up
erica is east of Jacksonville have
no fear of loneliness For
everything he said His wordsmuse I from plastic material known house hilt
a .1.1vinyllte. Association packing we have companionship that ha
sullen Indignation
in flush of -
me a I
and a wish that he had The cane sugar crop estimate a*I,I This Is a plastic! thinking ageplastics ,, hipped 41 ears of grapefruit, avenging grown rich through the years with
:
everywhere plastic
not spoken. I believe with Presi-I!of Aug 1 by the federal : two a day. Chase &: Co. tolerance; that appreciates the
morals Grandma wentto
plastic: ;
dent Roosevelt and Wendell Will-i!ment of agriculture depart-I'I the store and bought a pair of': will get off about six cars this I beauty interested in an nature and Is keenly
in its fellowman
tie that I It will be much better for 000 ton by Florida' two shoes perhaps with leather lace;i:: week, making a total of SI can" .

VH to have England win this war Clewtston and Fetoroere tea now the clerks at the "shoe i ishopprs" i -"Mr. and Mrs. H -P, Schau- A recent Issue of the Saturday'
But If we stop Lindbergh or any ask whether want I I I
other person from saying his say per cent Increase over last year' you raacher accompanied by their Review of Literature Is dedicatedto

we are losing everything and crop. The Louisiana output wa daliaed pumps, Oxfords sandals?step-ins, or san-1 I daughter, Mrs. Ben Lowe arrived the exiled writer who have already .
estimated at 4410000 tons but | reached shores from
throwing away what we believethe : Wednesday evening from Springfield our warI
British are defending for us the recent storm may materially I mad Europe or those who are attempting .
In defense of Col Lindbergh it I reduce this figure Indications are that the spiritual I I Ohio having motored to escape to our haven ol
o carried to' through They will I spend thewinter peace,
should be numbered that he had service of war is being I : "
a father who willingly suffered When the writer of Proverb advised a far point by substituting for and possibly stay longer'The I Fanny Hurst under the title,

unpopularity In the cause of "Go to the ant thou slug Y. M. C. A: work and chaplains many friends of Mr. Cultural Repository" says: "The :
proce'l he should have Included the!I I'I (Thomas H.) Tucker were shockedto Americas have '
The colonel father gard, sound trucks-mobile chapels they today become a sort
storm of rotten eggs and overripe hen to which a secular writer recently call them-that can carry the hear of his sudden death last of a placer pan for the bright residuum -
vegetables to talk agunst participation dedicated this tribute: "Did voice to an audience of 2,000. I Friday evening, presumably from of many cultures

m the first World War bye I you ever hear of a hen starving to Which reminds me of the story of heart failure.. Mr."Tucker was In Pearl Buck adds her bit under

the United States An n death waiting for worms to dig the man who went to bed too tiredto his 68th year I the title "The Exiles Gift" which I
titive in congress from themselves to the surface* Did frame a prayer, so he formu- -"J. M Leach is reported as lea those who come to us out of the

lie was one of the few rl'preSl'n-1 you ever hear a hen cackle because lated n good one pasted it on the recovering slowly from his operation '-' I distress of Europe. The greatest
to vote against war with work was hard? No Indeed; head of his bed and when he retired at the home of Dr. Tuller contribution they can make to our 'I

The colonel undoubtedly him they save their breath for digging said Lord. these are my (Florida City). country Is themselves. We hope i
slime early bitter memories I and their cackles always mean sentiment" I -"Ruby Leach of Miami li 1 they can live among us and let

Colonel Lindbergh lived in Eng something to which Old Ike M.......w"..............m..'.....'....,.......-.,M I mother spending Mrs.a f.W1\t.d Leach with; her I their energies flow on in their .
land a* a refugee from American adds, "Ain't it the truth' (Florida usual work. Our civilization will be '
1 Children in Court City), enriched their
kidnapper and public notice by presence and by

Those who accuse him of Ingratitude I One of the flowering trees sometimes By Judge Malcolm llaUield ort 21. 19220"The their talents and their wisdom. I
toward the British might l admit met in South Florida bears These are their permanent lIitl. "
the possibility that having! red flowers several times a year] ...................................................................... Citrus Growers Ex Eric Kahler historian and scientist '-
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seen the English social system'closely and Is known as the Geiger tree TAKING HIMSELF: TOO change will ship in the neighborhood of wide reputation in Europe 1

the colonel Is justifiably i The seed fruit is about the sire ofa SERIOUSLY I ofI cars of grapefruit this, says: "What strikes me most In 1 1I

disgusted with It. I II small plum but hal no pulp. The The parents of a young man i week, and the Homestead Growers (America I* that these fanatically i
think he Is wrong and Is being story of Its coming to these shores came Into court to ask for advice Association is averaging abouta l (Individualistic Americans are habitually 1

well answered by other free I I, U that many years ago a sailor on how to regulate his behav our. car a day, being delayed bj. : the most collective people }
speakers I' landed In Key West bringing from i. They complained that ever since ''rainy weather" I I1 have ever met'

On (1'ea'lOn we mad the mistake some tropical port a few of the their boy began taking a courseIn -"The 5-H Club met and reorganized Albert Einstein asks that the action
of suppressing, talks! by Communists seed which thrived there. psychology at a mid-western at the school house I I taken by the Committee of
and others who might If I II' college, he had been an introvert i Tuesday afternoon, electing the I Publisher In behalf of the exiled

they gained power take away our'' How such conditions a* moun- This boy was formerly interestedin following officers for the ensuing: writer should not be regarded

irvedom to speak our minds. Whenwe I I' tains ocean and wind currents work athletics, and social year: president Mr*. B. A. Tib-, 'solely as humanitarian assistance

do that we prove that we have and Just plain mainland affect I functions, but now he spent most bets; vice-president Mrs W. J,, to unfortunates He goes on to
been convinced and that we do not rainfall is indicated by this recordof of his time trying to analyze himself Krome: secretary, Mrs. R. L,, ''say "For the most part these are

truly believe in fieedom the equatorial Pacific coast of -with the result he lost all' Hamoo Miss Genevieve Crawford I persons whose consciences and

South America: Panama summer the ambition he formerly possessed gave the ladies an Interestinf: loyalty to cultural Ideals have
\
Mike: No gill like candor- rain winter drought; Colombia talk ,proved to be stronger than force I
I I :
about the last thing on earth she I rain all the year Ecuador winter The adolescent goes through 'Friends of Mrs. J. D. Redd :and external constraint" I II

wants I I. to be told what you think ram, summer drought; Peru and many more er less serious phase pleasantly surprised her Wednesday .

.f her northern Chile drought all the of transition During those period by entertaining at luncheon (Ir I Several generous supplies of t
Harold: You'r wrong there. I I I year; southern Chile, rain all the the young man or woman I I. more honor of her birthday. The lunch. magazine have been brought to ,
told a girl I know just what I year, .,..n.IIIthan at any other Intervals eon was held at the home of Mr. to the library during the past
thought of her. C e I II in life. These phases pass Joe Burton Those present I month Those friend donating

Mike And what did the cay? I A few year ago a comic"square"Rube however. With proper parental were: Mesdames W J. Tweeds,,I books were: Mr, A. C Easton

Harold: She said "I love you, Goldberg', wasn't It'-' guidance they leave no harmful W O. Bryant. L. M. Smelser, J. L.1 Mr*. W. J. Krome, Mr*. A. E. I
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loo,"-Ex. I presented the most complicated I after effect Burton and J. D Redd." Barnes and Mrs. A, R. Livingston 4


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J FVMav November 1, 1940 THE" LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Fire jl

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No 136-A. T. Tarter, Goulds I No. 224- Emit L. Strachan,
TURN OUT THE VOTE
CALL
NUMBERSContinued I (2467). Goulds (2 86).

I No. 158-RuMell Ellis James. No, 227-C eel II L. Bounds.
: f Perrine (878) Goulds (38 8). (Continued from Page One) 4
( from Page One)
Naranja (158)I I Nu. IbU-reium Cnmn. Florida) No. 236. -Stafford Jones, Goulds Redland District-the village of Peters was named f

I 1 No. 9-James Ell Moseley I City No.(2849)170-J.. Q. Caldwell Homestead (2703)No. 242-BenJamin (Cobbs Na- for his biothei-w opposed for le-ekction by a
h Goulds (2914). (3322). ranja (2726). Republican candidate.
No. 16-Brooks Lee, Goulds I I No. 172-K. P Harris Pel'rlne No 254-Turner Kendell, Per. Paxson and Peters are good men on the commission -
(2748)). fine (1904). '
. (3438))
J No. 17-Fred Readus, Home-I No. 181-E. H. Walker, Perrine No 2 2-Kirk B. Walker Per. and should be le-elected If you are going to
: ,i Itead (2698). (3183). 'rlne (3292). vote a split ticket, be sure to pull the levers down
' 1j No. -Morris Jefferson Alt- No. 191-Glenn James Simmons No. 286-Robert Garvin Ponder over these two names-as veil as over the names .\
j man, Goulds (848). Homestead (3173). Homestead (2449).
of other incumbent commissioners who haveno
1 No. 22-Edwin Tinsley Shiver No 193-Snmmla Maddox, Per No 273 George Harris, Homestead county
. \ Goulds (161). v rine (2634). (3339). opposition. If you are going Democratic all the
No. 24-Wm. Veran Redding, No. 193-Palmer Peoples No. 275 James Watkins Goulds way, which is the way we're going to vote-from .
i Perrine (3294). Princeton ((3320). ((2653).
; Roosevelt down to that 1
Scarborough t
pull !
No. 25-K. P. Lowe, Princeton No, 202-E. C. McIntyre Homestead No. 277-Wlllie Frlngle, Homestead ; ju
) '(2470). (3343)). (3566). Democratic lever at the left and do all your voting ,
I II No. 28-David tl Shaw, Perrine No. 213-Wm. Roland McGregor, No. 283-J a s per Marshall in one operation. ,
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(S2 9). Jr., Perrine (3187). Homestead (2474).
No. 33-Rubin Thlgpert, Naranja No 214-R. R. Kinard, Homestead No. 286-George Manguel, Per- .
No. 801 Marlon Na-
Cooney (2723)
'J. 1J 1 1f (3673)No: .34-Walter Wright, Goulds No. (3173)218-)Freddie. Scott, Naranja One No.(lsn 287Wime Claude Davis ranja (2718). No. 309-N t
J (3440). No. 394-Robert Joseph Houston Goulds (2733): ).
(2739) I Goulds (2724)) (3673)I.1
Namnja (2459)) No. 11-0
J No. 43-tlber Truby Sapp No. 218 James Dickson, Prince No 289-Clyde Franklin Hinson, r
! No. 30V Sam Thompson Goulds Homestead (
Peters (3252). ton ((2648)). I Perrine (3198)). .
i j No. 49-Jos. Randall Redding No. 219-Glee Ausborn Prince.I N No 308-Ellli Green Goulds I Brown Perrine
<
'. Perrine (3200). ton ((2731)). (1843).
s
) No. 47-Fred Franklin Flack
Goulds ((57).
No. 51- Wm Milford Lee
1 Princeton (3670). I COME IN AND SEE THIS NEW
No. :55 I Sammie Burley, Homestead -

: (2880). r GENERAL MOTORS VALUE () .' '
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No. 37-Byron Clifton, Prince. \
J 1 ton (2540)). I
\ No. 68-Chas. O Turner, Jr.. I T )
Homestead (316). ''' _. "c
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No. 67-Johnnie Boswell, Per. .
I rine (172)). ''' l
t
. No 68-Carl Dcden, Jr., Homestead i .
I (3168) .n.J
i No. 69Wm. A. Henn, HomeStead .
: .lHA .
(3663) $ t. "' < .al
. i ir it it it it No 72-Ashley Shrywln Florida '
\ Clt(3473)( ). \
No. 73--Edflie Rusom, Goulds l AEIAIII 3\
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(2974). I .
, No. 78-Elijah Furlough Home- : .. '" ,
stead (2892). : -...- ,,' ; : .'.., 't'1'" ';{> ':. }

No. (2857)79-Henry. Henson Homestead -I'.U. !> t>!;. .' .),; 1,14 >"' ..f.r .A A..L ,

No 81-Dave Douglas, HomeStead ,\ "'{"',,, ra', ,;)fl vrMlj

((2423). f
, No. 82-Elmer!: Lee Oliver. [ :
Homestead (3151)). O
i iI No 83-Clarence H. Jones.I''
'I Goulds (2548) : $1 G5D ,
I No 85 James Smith, Homestead p
1 1I 1I 1I ((2877) I .
No 89-Paul Losner. Homestead -
((1834)).
No. 03-James Lockhart Peters
, '(167). I MODEL SVP 6ILo
No. 96Biihl Philip Walbndge,
Homestead (3626). ,
, No. 101-Willie Adams Homestead I
I ((3380).
.ill
No 102-San'1S0n carswell I, M BIt 6.2 cubic loot .....
Homestead ((2447). I IW lifetime auolityinside '
No. 109-Jeff Clark Princeton and out
. (3376). SRC/ey
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No. 1 IB-Hugh Dent Stuart i
Homestead ((1300). eful/ fittings f
with, u+ :J JItJ !
No. 122-Elbert Louis Sauls ttJ l/AfItETE
South Miami (2638).
I J
No 125 Marvin Gill Peters I features
(3279) PAcrEP with great

No. 128-Troy Birtley. Prince- i
ton (29"8No >. ,
136-Earl Thomas. Gould
(2657)). There'i no refrigerator finish to equal
No. Clarence Walker,
Homestead '(1295)). Frigidaire's Lifetime Porcelain. Made and ap' I

No. 143-John Sylvester Lynch. in the world's ,
Homestead (3175). plied largest porcelain plant, it

No 146-Dozier Eugene: Banister withstands abuses that would ruin other sur4 [(
Goulds (156)).
1 No. 149-Frank H Stalling. faces A whisk of a cloth keeps it always at its

South No. Miami 163-Jake(3034)Barton. Homestead I beautiful best.See this great bargain right away I

(2928). I

1 Lei! GARLIC Help Fight'

Harmful Colon Bacteria

t t.....tf.10m'.... ..promfulbacteris..... !. .' ""..be.I."..".,...beLonlne .. {I 3 1
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.. ..h.o and r. ollo.and....... Trr ln DBARHORNI 4 .1.* i H
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sad get a IEU vial _k... MORE ,

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Prompt, Courteous Service I
at thSINCLAIR. )RIGIDAIRE ;

0 priced 6 eu. R 6 cu. k Fully-Fitted Frgidaire( Cdd wo, tM STUAT10NHomestead
VALUES ; =' tva offend Frigidun,at new la-pda new brad of eefrig"Oci .

i .' ",,"'IVU 117.00 ",..IIV". ::139.50 Mds" CWM' HIO.50
only onto mew ".tyIa
t'
I Service Station )

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John E. Davis, Prop.

S. Krome Ave. Phone IK

i Y I Furniture f Company

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. Social Events in South Dade . }I.,




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I HISS: MELBA LOUISE RODS WILL WED EXHIBIT OF CHINESE ART IS FEATURE .
The Calendar
WOODROW FORREST OF MISSISSIPPI( NOV. 17 OF ART CLUB'S FIRST PROGRAM '
.... :.?e.. ..' : ..... MEETING .1

.. No 1 Meeting of Woman i :Mrs Maud t: Chandler The hostesses. Mrs. Gatlin Mrs ?y
marriage of Miss Melba most of her I life In the Redland Auxiliary if Episcopal Church at &new '
Jesse Gosaman and Mrs
i nese costume poke nn Archer, ;,-.
T Bond of Goulds to Waodf I>1.trlrthe was graduated from nome of Mrs H E: t art at the Homestead ; punch. :'
ir it of Stewart. Miss. will Redland High School and coma i o'clock. I trot program meeting, held Monday ; Present besides members were ',u'

.tf .,'Iwo at J o'clock !Sunday, ( plated commercial course .t Nov 2 Meeting of Homestead I at the home of Mrs B. E, Gat. three' guests Mrs. Stephen Single *.,:
Stetson University at DeLanrf Art Club in Chamber of Commerce '
ton, Mrs. Jack Cltiln and
'. ; ,n the Ooulds Baptist tin Betty'
Mr. Forrest, son 9f W T Far- building at 9 30 t. m. \iI MM Chandler traced briefly the Gatlin ;i

.rah rent of Stewart, received his education -I Nov Business meeting ef.art history of China from 3000 B. ,, 't,
vt. <, Bond Is daughter of Mr. Junior Woman' Club in clubhouse
a In Stewart He has \been C to the present time, and exhibited CHURCH CLASS HONORS
crrt Wr M J Bonds Although spending the winter in Gould* far atap.nl-I and told about a collectionof MISS MUSS WATTS A',

ira In Byron. Ga. she has spent the past six years : Sov' Meeting of Redland art treasures ihe had brought
X hfcwhoo<1 CIrcle with Mrs J.I I The Willing Worker Class of the .
with her when she returned from

nrrx.Avr: p T. A. TO GIVE: song. "Cnward Chrlstam SnUiers'.'Lawrence Scott I' Soochow, China two years ago. Church of God Sunday School entertained ..
Nov of Homestead
CARD PARTY NOT 4 was written. Meeting Mrs Chandler went to China to with a Halloween party any
B P W. C in Chamber of Commerce -
The Roland P. T A. will give a Mrs t: A. Carter displayed, 1 visit her brother the late Dr. J. In honor of the fifteenth birthday
building at p. m.
IM'n"f,1 raid party at the home of samples of Christmas cards and 1! Nov Hamestrad P T. A. tag A. Scull founder and chief surgeon anniversary of Miss Mavis Watts

vtr Ida Eiehenberger: in Narsnja other greeting carte which elutoi''dayI of the Soochow hospital and I
Tuesday evening at the home of
+n Wednesday. Nov 8. at 8 p m., members will sell during much of the more than two
I
Hot I-Meeting of Circles ofW'I Mrs. C. F Waldron class teacher.
innrunces Mrs Herman Helnleln I I I At UM next meeting Nov 23. jean she spent in his home she r
pro dent I member will bring sematos of. Society of Chnstian. taught English In the Laura Hay- The guest were greeted by

r ?.r'rart bridge and i their favorite cookies and candy Service"t\ School for girls in Soochow. ghosts who lead them along a
Nov 8 aediand P T benefit walk" and
"ghost through
hall
.* 'kcr< will, be played and win-1 and they will bring *:.. ate ,, The collection shown by Mn a
art party at !Dame of Mrs. Ida of horror Fortune telling and
oe given the high score recipes unedPresent EichvniwrBjer in Nor: ilia various other games were played
,, |
were Mrs. J tt.' inns, tapestries scrolls, silhouette

ieth..tes.etI far the party will be: hager, Mrs H H. Burbsmk. Mrs. Tow l-Muting of HomesteadP pictures carved pieces. inlaid during the evening
.%. executive committee at'
1 The house decorated
wa with
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lie. n E: Bmhor. Mrs Brown W D. Mahan, Mn Chas. LaIr. 'll. pieces, statuettes and jewelry
,.' .. ri Mrs John Julian Mrs Mrs J, A. Rothertusn. Mn Z. PRay jVJoe | :'ofrw. Frank Webb exhibited and cats, jack-o'-lantern, witches and .4
:or8.Mt'fItln. of
'. Brr vn Mrs A. D Fogle and Mrs Seymore t>asM. Mn. SL Legion' dlllCUiRed briefly 13 early Italian skulls y
.Auxiliary in Legion Hall at 8 ; Gifts .t.
to the
were presented honor
Hi' If..lr"n., I. Armstrong. Mrs t Lswnmea paintings from Rockwell Kent's"One
Scott and .1 clockNov I guest In a large orange and
five new stembcn. Hundred World Famous
'Meeting ol W. M. U. black basket.Halloween. .
Mrs W W Mrs. "
\jtnm X. aintlngs ,
'MB HAS
PROf.RAvr OV 'IJ'rtaa
Biker Mrs W A J HOW TO READ A ROOK" Nbs- I-Work meeting of the cakes were served from a large
Chas V
Eiwuist and Kn from Polonaise Op. 40, a
flow. to read a book by Dr Hastings Princeton Home Demonstration! composition by Chopin. table decorated with witches, 1i

Mortimer J Adler was reviewedi rash. at harm of 'tIra. J. L. Murwr The Rev. R. H. Spear made the I pumpkins and candy. ':!
+ Wednesday Present Miss Rose Bl-
nights meeting of were:
RID CROSS stwrrc ctxrrTO opening prayer Mrs Ben Archer
'I's \.\\j\ tawrenee Bow Book R MEET wmf wi.s. ARTWTRThe president presided
I iew Hun by Mrs T J Bleler, ? A. at J-30 p. m.. executive meet- A Mary and Dorothy Moon Missed
Red Cross amus vote of thanks was given the
Mr Ben Archer and MM !,. L Sewing > jiae J Brooker Lumber Clarice and Hilda Dodsoa Mines tiI.
sponsored by the Woman AiuuU- Company for donating -
West after Mrs 1 E: Gauzens had Nov 12-:Meeting of W M. U Nellie and Corinne Cash, Miss
(I "in a sketch of Dr Adler lift : sry: of the Homestead P-wtoy- Nov 13 14.-SUte Convention molding that exhibits mightbe Aida Connor Misses Shirley and

Trees of !Heaven by Jesse terian Church will meet WednesInstead II of Fiends Federation of Parents hung Evelyn Davis Miss Almeda Gold ;

Stuart will be reviewed by MrsR |I day 01 Tuesday of next 11;and Teachers in Miami. en, Miss Virginia Klnner MissKathenne
week st the horn of Mrs. A. t \ BIRTHDAY DANCE IS j
r tester at the'" November Nov U.-Meetmg of Book Club de'r ,

meeting and "The", Beloved Return I Arthur. in library at 8 p. m. GIVEN: IN MIAMI Brenner, Lamar Dickinson, George t

*" by Thomas Mann at the Anyone who .M Interested insewing I I Nov 14. Meeting of Presby.terlan The birthday anniversaries of Kufeldt, Irving Candy, Cartel!* .'

December meeting, the group I or knitting for the Red Auxiliary with Mn Cordon Mrs G R. Hall and Mrs W. E. Sayers, Archer Dodaon and Mill r
Cross Is invited to attend E: Dill
.d.d.Th. de-I I Rheney were celebrated Fridayevening Watts v

meeting date was Nov 13 Meeting of Homestead at a dance given by Mr. Assisting Mrs Waldron were: .

v the second Wednesday of each fRFSHYTERUV" AIXILMRY I Home Demonstration Club in Neva Hall and Mr. Rheney at the Sky Mrs John Barnes, Mrs W. P. Cash <,

minth I HEARS OF TRAINING SCHOOL King Cooper School. Dance Club in Miami. Mr. and Mn Gary and son Miss

Mr Lawrence Becker. chairin Mrs J K Alken of Miami ducussed j!I Nov la.-B. P. W. C. luncheon About forty guests were present Sudie Mcllwam, Doris Ada Dod-

r,. appointed Mrs B M. Hmd- I the Presbyterian Assembly meeting son and Mr Waldron
Training School of Richmond !Nov IS Meeting of Monday
min Mr Archer and Mr*. Melee
'to Wary of the Homestead Webster

terian church Oct. 24, at the home Nov.
21 :
Three new members voted -Executive board meetIng -
were of Mrs Carl r Robinson In Red- TODAY AND
I TOMORROW
,riu the club Mrs Green Rives. of Woman's Club of Homesteadat
land. Mrs Aiken
is a graduate of
S m.
Mr B F Collier and Mrs Helen p.
HarklerPrenent the school.Mrs | Nov. 21-Annual congregation Friday and SaturdayTHE
Theron 0 Ntsbitt of Miami
besides the presiding supper and meeting of St John's
secretary of the Westminster Nov. 22.
officer and those on the programere -Redland Home Demonstration

Mrs W J Krome Mrs C Presbyterian Church talked on Club meeting st 2 p. m. ORIGINAL
P Tronpectus of Leadership Training In Redland Community Church.
'f-man. Mrs Hindman. MrsHe "
.ter Mrs Collier and Mrs School Nov. 23.-Election of officers ol
(tackierJPNNIE Announcement was made th.t'Jennie Lobdell Circle at meeting REXALLo
the next meeting will be held Nov. I at home of Mrs. Lloyd Field

14 at the home of Mrs Gordon I Nov. 30-Third annual Woman
: I.oRIIf.IL ( HUIK
E Dill In Homestead Club cabaretT
TO riKT OfFUFRS Present, were: Mrs. J. M.

Mist Jennie Lobdell conducted a ferty, Mrs R. t Trotter, '1101-1 I
Harper. Mrs. Floy Watson. Mn
BiMe, study period at a meeting of Hen Plummer, Mrs H J, Lully of
W. D Home, Mrs. Vera Summer
ennle U>bdell Circle nf the Miami Mrs D. P Blake, Mrs J.
lln. Mrs. T. T &-n. Mrs J T
fir TV lead Methodist ChurchMrndny A. Ricks, Mrs A r. Darling, Mrs.
Vann, Miss Elizabeth Home Miss
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evening at the home of Lawrence Pope, Mrs J. R Hick- Sale
Ellen Vann Miss Ann Horh MIss
Mi A M Logan I son Mrs Paul lUlry Mrs. Myra
Mabel Ruth Pope. Dr J. E ,fohnj -
I* was announced that officers Hook Mrs. Frank Robinson
Mrl'j j stone, B. B. Pullen J. Q. Caldwell
,III be elected' at the next meeting Geo M. Frick, Mrs. T. U ,
I Alvin Campbell, Tom Johnstone,
Nov 2S at the home of Mrs Mrs. Carl Robinson, Mrs. Nesbitt, Barbara Jean Smith Frances and
Lloyd 'Ield"ruent Mrs. Alken, Mrs. Dill and Mrs. I
Ruth Rutland and Jimmy Watson
were Mrs B M Hind- Carl F. Robinson

man Mrs Jason Avery. Mrs I

George Marne., M,". J. J Klrhiri'j BAPTIST CHOIR ll%w

Mrs On ice Fnnls. Mrs Olin CHICKEN SUPPER Thrifty shoppers have
your
W' IK'.i Mrs Field Mime Esther Members of the choir of the First I f ,

mbdc nuptial Church of Homestead enJoyed r
I and Mr Logan a chicken supper In the shopping bags ready to be

Sunday school building on Oct I

VMS' fiRAnr TELLS Ml \'11'\10 24. The supper was prepared In filled with the greatest as- :

OF DEMONSTRATION! PIN the afternoon by women of the I II

Miss Eunice Orsdy county home choir I .:
dpmomtratlnn agent, discussed the Present were Mr and Mrs R. sortment of k sale values
E. Edwards Mr and Mrs. E. L

al deign home and demonstration meaning of the pin nation ui a Lawrence, Mr and Mrs E. H. lBEallt we have ever offered. '
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Collier, Mr. and Mrs J. R. Rutland
nw.'tlng of the Redland flameDemonstration
Mr and Mrs A D Smith, Mrs C. Yx
Club Friday In the

KcJIand Community Church She "' Dm,lasting; wane of saijisiMelorallness .
aI! J demonstrated the use of a with Thsmlque, fee

PIT ler for trousers and slacks DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST i keen [ortabIe1 method tit Cool REXALL lc SALEToday

that eliminates I Ironing, :

Mrs J. D. Wysong, president. JUtfot
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II.a .-11 Club and told why Ih.r .Office llnurti t a. m, to S p. mRundarit i h UlIUQUL- and Tomorrow-Friday and Saturday j

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'" I PROPOSED AMENDMENTS: : announces the president, Mrs. W. J 8 81I

TO BE B. P U. THEME D. Coker.
I A the five proposed Miss Abble lloldcn of Jackson- g
/amendmentkto the state constitution ville, national regional committee- 1
I Social Events I I I to be voted on at the polls woman, national representativeand .

!Tuesday will be made by Mrs J. state manager will be thee .
F Hammett at a meeting of th principal speaker Other speakers r
I Homestead B. P. W. C. In the will Include: Mrs. Kate Broom of Please c): ta n ,.
I Chamber of Commerce building Fort Lauderdale state \'Ice-prcsl- t11e3S tilttri t ;
MR. AND MRS. ORMAND D. CASH HONOREDAT !Monday evening at 8 o'clock. dent: Mis Pearl Davis of Fort
Lauderdale, state assistant reporter and \N
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MISCELLANEOUS BRIDAL SHOWER
IELLOUS1IIP CLASS ; Mrs. Janie Frazier state inner
-- IHS \LLO\MEN P\RTY sentinel; and Mrs. Ida Cowni of fi

Mr and Mri Ormond D. Cash hostesses The Wesley Fellowship Class of Miami, state audItor. 7, k cn l
were honored with a miscellaneous I Those sending gifts were: Mr. the Homestead Methodist Church The district Includes Home- t ,\
11''f kt p iltCt1Y
shower given Oct. 24 at the home and Mn L. Anderson, Mr. and entertained with a Halloween stead, Fort Lauderdale. Pompano inQ.?
of Mr. and Mn R A. Cash In Mrs J. B. Cash, Mrs. W. D. Coker, party Tuesday evening in the Sun West Palm Beach Pahokce. Coconut -
Princeton by Miss Josephine Cash Mrs. A. D. Smith, Mrs. P J. Franklin day school building Grove and Miami
' and Miss Marjorie Campbell. Mrs. Abbie Holden of Jacksonville Miss Helen Field, Miss Miry Those who will attend from here 3what can tdo
. Mrs. Earl Pacetti, Jr., and Mrs Mrs. A. V. Anderson, Mrs. Eleanor Williams and Robert Cast are: Mrs Coker, president; Mrs abce.uk extra _
41 leroy Chambers won contest Henry French, Mrs. T. T. Bowen, had charge of the entertainment. R. L. Godwin, vice-piestdent; MrsJ.
prizes, and M. A Baker won a Mrs. M D. Jacobsen, Mrs. C. G. Gingerbread and Ice cream were T. Martin attendant: Mrs. Flor-
I
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.11 prize for chewing-gum modeling Calderwood, Mn A. H. Aman, served ence Pacettl. chaplain: Miss Pearl
Present were: Mr. and Mr. J. Mrs. Joseph Benson Mrs. R. A. Present were: Mr. and Mrs Whitaker secretary; Mrs. J. R. I .
"t"; I Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Ormand Cash, Miss Joyce Milliard Miss Lloyd Field, Mr. and Mrs Dave Bevls, {Inner sentinel; Mrs. Ormand By Kitty Rise.w l
Cash Mrs Walter Cochran, Mrs. Marjorie Redd, Mss Bonnie Williams Cash, Mrs. J. P Curl and Mn
Mr.
and Mrs. Cecil Dodd, I. Wises a recipe calls for I tup
Ellen: Martin, Mn J. I. Coker, Groover, Miss Edith Lowler, Ish- Miss Helen Moye, Miss Jean Cold- Cecil Curl.SHOWER, elll.-4 to I what m, are rsjulr ,
Mn Chambers Mrs. Pacetti, Miss mael Cash, Emmett Anderson, ren, Misses Mary and Helen Bradley < d: I to 10 etc whites make I,
j Ethel Anderson, Alias Gladys An- Billy Anderson, Royal Poinciana Miss Mary McNeill!, Miss Effie IS GIVEN cup; 10 to II oil yolks equal Itup.
derson, Elmer Martin, Oliver Cash, Grove Woodman's Circle and Bougainvillea Booth, Willard Norman, Roy Nelson FOR :MRS ALTON: HORNE Medium-sited eats are suit 0'1

R. A. Cash, Mr. Baker and the Circle of Miami. and Mr. Cast Mrs J R Pope and Mn Lonnie iDMsurement I. Plate bacon strips between

I Horne entertained with a miscellaneous rake racks end broil .und.r a low
MBS RIIENEY HONOREDON board meeting In the Sunday BEATt CLUB TO GIVE shower In honor of Mrs. came (l0-IS minutes) or until
: HER ANNIVERSARY school building Wednesday.Mrs. HALLOWEEN PARTY TONIGHT Alton Horne Tuesday afternoon crisp ind brown. Rack keep bacon
W. F. Brown at the home of Mn from curling If you pastry b co..
Mrs. W. E. Rheney was honoredon past president The Beatus Club will Pope low
give and
a snip ed.la try over very
her birthday anniversary Sat- of the Miami Association, will Halloween party tonight at the Contests were won by Mrs. flam
urday with a surprise bridge party conduct the course. The meeting I home of Miss Betty Ann Marshall, Charles Martin, Mrs. J. A. Mc- i I'M two small utensils with
given by her daughters, Vara and will be held In the Sunday school the members decided at a Neill, Mrs. L. C. Dodd and Mrs two Urns ones Now illS rUII'
Anne, at the Rheney home. I build I.igCircles. Monday afternoon at the home meeting of Bringer of Opa-Locka. "Hf cooking ulensili. For example,
Mrs. Julian H. Webster won the Two, Three, Four and Miss Carol Lee. I Others present were: Mrs. II L. the 'stig( n>d" burner lop dviliiH i
Five will meet on Thursday nextweek The 1 Brown, Mrs. Pile Morgan, Mrs. gives Iota el space to extra large, ;
high score prize In bridge. club chose blue and white I atenails.Fall .
Instead of Wednesday, it as its colors J. A. Hewitt, Mrs Virgil Gren- :
A large decorated cake was presented was announced. Circle Two will Announcement I nell, Jr., Mrs Lloyd Field, Mrs.I .
was made that --
to Mrs Rheney meet with Mrs. Chas Martin. the I L Field, Mil Earl Field, Mrs
Present were: Mrs. Howard Circle Three, with Mrs. G. A. certificate organization of has received Its I Crawford of Opa-Locka, at Play Ii Fatal
membership in Harris
Johnson, Mrs. Bevo Webb Mrs.I West; Circle Four, with Mrs. ,I : National the i i Sanders, Mn Roberta Grandson
Federation of Sub Deb To :Mrs. Katz'
J. R. Brooks, Mrs. Geo. N. Wake- -
Lawrence Scott; and Circle Five Clubs (Mrs. J. E. Close, Mrs. Waudell
field, Mrs C. J. Parmun, Mrs. Lee! with Mrs. J. C. Vann. Circle One' After the Peeples, Miss Frances Lott, Miss
I H Lehman, Mrs. Webster, Mrs will meet with Mrs. T. T. Bowcn practiced dance meeting. the group I Alia Vann and Miss Nclla Saul Lester P. Mirscrcau 11 year oil
' Rheney and Vara and Anne Thursday evening. steps.DE31ONSTRATiON Gifts were sent by: Mrs. Otis grandson of Mrs. Herbert Katy fRcdland

Rheney. Present at the meeting were: Brannon. Mrs Chas Caves, Mrs died early Tuesday HI
Mrs. J. Tom Vann, Mrs Frank CLtB Russell Walker, Mrs. Bob Blggers the Flushing Long Island Hospital
CABARET PRACTICE j Irwin, Mrs. Harry Schauberger, HAS KNITTING LESSONA I Mrs. Chas Campbell, Mrs. J. G. In Bayslde, L}", from Injuries received j
,f. TO BEGIN: NOV. 11 Mrs. C. E. Saunders, Mn Julia work meeting devoted to Wynn, Mrs. E J. Pope, Mrs. Carl 1 from fall Monday, according
4 Practice for the third annual Polk, Mrs. S. A. King, Mrs. W. B. knitting was held by the Home Field Mrs Randolph Caves, Miss to word received by Mrs.
Woman Club cabaret will begin Caves, Mrs. J. R. Pope, Mrs. Annie stead Home Demonstration Club Alice Sloan of Miami, Miss Lou Katz Tuesday
Monday, Nov..11, in the Woman R. Butler, Mrs. Pete Morgan, Mrs. Friday In Neva King Cooper Campbell, Miss Birdie Home, Miss The child fell while pliiyinit j
.1 Club building, It was announced T D. Plche Mrs. E. L. Lawrence, School. Helen Field and Misses Helm and follow the learkr after school I
at a called joint meeting of the Mrs. Bert Andrews, Mrs. R. E. The next regular meeting of the Antionette Moye. Monday and was Injured internally -
Woman's Club of Homestead and Edwards, Mri Scott and Mrs T. E. club will be held Nov. 15 In the .
the Junior Woman Club of Kirby. school. The work meeting of the Pt Ince. Lester spoilt about a year and ,
Homestead The cabaret will be Present at the work meetingwere ton Home Demonstration will be a half with Mr. and Mil Katz it

held Saturday, Nov. 30, In the WOODMAN: CIRCLE : Mrs A. D. Smith, Mn G held Friday, Nov. 8. at the home I their home, Avocado Lodge, on
NChamber of Commerce building HONORS MEMBER: M Cooper, Mrs M. A. Swan Mrs of Mrs. J. L. Murray instead of Rrdland rand and returned to New

... Mrs. James L. Bird, junior Mrs Cecil Curl, member of Hassle Groover, Mrs A. D. French, today, announces the prelld York with his mother Mrs. Jessie
, i president, presided at the meetIng a Mrs Virgil Grennell Jr., Mrs L. Mrs. W. W. Bcthea Mernereuu, In Fedruaiv
Royal Poinciana Grove, Wood- nt'l
C. Dodd, Mrs. Earl I
Cravey Mrs. lie attended the Nets King
man's Circle, was honored by the H. E. Cooper, M.... R. E.
Edwards. School In Homestead and
The will be Cooper
public not Invited
Mrs Ben
, Circle with a miscellaneous shower Mrs Archer, president, and
to attend the practice on Nov. 11i I Irwin and Miss Goaldie Gien- Mrs Charles was a member of tie First Bop
Oct. 24 at the home of Mrs W. nell. Clinton, health chairman -
but talent will be selected by a tint Church of Moment*'ad.f .
D. Coker. Mrs. Coker, Mrs. R. J. represented the Homestead
committee of which Mrs. Joel J.I I Bevls, Mrs Clare Thompson, Mrs. B. P. W. C. at a district meeting ................................
i Robinson and Mn Virginia Walton J P. Curl and Mrs. R. L. Godwin MRS JULIAN: WEBSTER held In Miami Sunday. .
are chairmen. ENTERTAINS CLASS
were hostesses
.. Mrs Lillian Connelly will select Contest prize winners were Mrs. Mrs Julian H. Webster enter Mrs Tetwittle-"Did you Si
several chorus from the juniorwomen Chas Martin and Mrs. Cecil Curl tained at her home Wednesday change the napkins as I told you1' f
j one from the senior members I Others present were: Mrs. Ossle evening the members of the Sun- New Maid-"Yes'm. I shuffled
and one other chorus outside Gilmer, Mrs. Jessie Greer, Mrs. day school class which she teaches 'cm and dealt em out so', no one I
11; the clubs Special numbers will ,C. B. Walters, Mn Art Rcichert, gets the same one he had it break-
be selected after practice be.ln8'1 Mrs. C. C. Nesselrote, Mrs. Alex The various games played during fast."-Ex.
A list of committees Brannon, Mrs. I, B. Jeffrey, Mrs. the evening were directed by
i. duties were distributed to the Pete Morgan, Mrs Polly Smith, Miss Marie Bashor. Hot choco-
sncmberi Mrs. Bessie Sanderson and Mn late and pop corn were served Be sore thai your eyes are as .;/LI
Present were: Mrs W. R. Anderson Ruby Foster.. Present besides Mrs. Websterand food u your brakes-have them

Mrs. H K. Foulk, Mrs P. J. Gifts were received from: Mrs Miss Blshor're: Muses tested at leant once each year i
$ Franklin, Mrs. J. R. Brooks, Mrs. Mary Doyle, Mrs Bert Andrews, Martha and Edwma Close MissNclla
W. E. Rheney, Mrs. Jos T Hall, Mn Ormand D. Cash, Mrs. Mary Sauls, Misses Mildred nd DR. P. ARCHER
Jr., Mrs B. M Hindrmm, Mrs. Cravey, Mrs J. T. Martin Mrs. R Margaret Field Miss Mary! Pierce AND SON | Chiropractic i
A Emmett Crowson, Dr. Irene E. Sherard, Mrs. Wm. Batts, Mrs Mill Iris Caplmger, Miss Lillian
i Shanklin, Mrs Harold Oxford. J. K. Whitaker, Mrs. Ben Flowers, Booth, Miss Louise Dearing, Elbt.it Consulting Optometrists | Keeps You Fit! ]S
, Mrs Wilbur Reed Mrs. Frank Mrs. Russell Walker and Miss Dolor, Clyde Chambers D. L and
Bcrnecker, Mrs T. J. Walker, Mrs. Pearl Whitaker. Harry Bowen, Paul Rue and Lewis 1624 W. Flaglrr st., Miami, Fla Chiropractor ute his j
Richard Huff, Mrs W. B. Caves 1 THE
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EakerWOODMAN'S. I Eyes Essmised--Ga.m Ground hands only, applying |
Jr. Mrs Clifton Mrs. L. ..
DeBerry, SORORITY DISCUSSES 01. R.p.iredi :
them to adjust the spinal vertebrae j
T. Proctor, Mrs Olin Wright Mrs.
PLANS FOR YEAR'S WORK Directors of Th. .
: CIRCLETO Amakan Institute > out of an abnormal position ;
Bruce Ennls, Mrs F. B. Green, sehooi for
Plans for the year and civic ATTEND CONVENTION: i Opticians ... back to correct position j
Mrs. Augustus Wynn, Mrs. Her- &
projects were discussed at a meetIng :! and function. By doing
t ;
Ten members of the Royal 1
bert Turner, Mn Walton, Mrs
of the Kappa Phi Delta Sor- | so he relieves the pressure ;
: Poinciana Grove Woodman Circleare I..or
Robinson Mrs Bird Mss Geraldine l
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ority Monday at the home of Miss results use Leader. ; from Impinged nerves and al- S
planning to attend a district
Reitz and Miss Ellen Huff
Libby Jane Buck, convention In Miami on Nov 13 >I i Enterprise Classified Ads ; lows the nerve tone to now {
Miss Wava Horton was recently ; without any obstructions. ;
w. M. U PLANS FOR elected president: Miss Charlotte '
MISSION: STUDY: DAY Geronimo, vice-president; Miss i Hours: I-12: IS. 1-'

1 The Woman's Missionary Union Betty Jane Meybem, secretary; ', Sundays by Appointment
of the First Baptist Church of. Miss Frances Lamb, treasurer: and
, Homestead will I devote Nov 191to I Miss Rita Dent, reporter. Miss
in all day mission study course |Buck will have charge of the club Dr. R. J. Elliott!
I PflffLEHBrand
1 it was decided at an executive !scrapbook

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: I UEDLAND F.: F. A. Young People of St. Johns PresbyteryIn I

By John Landrnm Reporter Fall Rally at Homestead on Nov. 9
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Green Hand Initiation was the The young peoples departmentof The Rev. Geo H. Ricks' con'
D'ORA SCOTT and ILA JEAN IRWIN, Editors main feature of our regular meetIng -
the Homestead Presbyterian ducted a morning service of the
E Monday night, Oct. 28, at 7:30(
p. m. New members Initiated as Church will be host at the fall rally St Johns Presbytery held In the

Nearly! $100 Cleared Green Hands were: F C. Stevens of the Young People ot Southeast Hyde Park Presbyterian Church

MARY ENGLE IS At Redland Carnival Jr., Lynn Gowdy, Ballard st. John's Presbytery Saturday, In Tampa Tuesday and Wednes
Lewis R. A. Bethea,
Raymond Nov 9, In the Homestead chuicn day.
I Lee Re:< Seats J. L. King, Jr, and
ELECTED HEAD The net results of the entire Kenneth Creer Dick Harvey of Miami, presidentof Mr. Rlcki used as his theme for

school carnival Including the Jun- New (1940-41) officers H A. the organization, said about 75 the Wednesday morning worship,

OF III COUNCIL for program, was close to $400. Aman, Jf, Phillip Reams, Dean 'delegates from West Palm Beachto "The Reformation and Our Day:'
We all had a grand time and we Sickle, Adolph Lopez John Land- Key West would attend, Mrs J. A. Ricks visited friend
...... were glad to see so people ,
.a.- many I rum and Rex Komlne with in Seffner while her son was in
The new representatives of the there The students tagging for Charles Behrens and Reid Wysong All young people of the Redland Tampa They returned to Homestead -
Student Council met Wednesday the band made enough money to I as conductor, were In charge of District are Invited to attend any yesterday
morning, Ort 21, and elected the buy a large pair of cymbals the Initiation. of the programs being planned

following officers: president, Mary The athletic show in the gym If wad decided that Rex Ro- announces the Rev. Ceo H Ricks, Without Batting An KitA

Ehgle, Vlc president, Helen Pope, nasinm was a grand success Ken- mine and Dean Sickle will be our pastor of the local church. gentleman In the optical business -
secretary Marjorie Lewis, treasurer neth Oreer won the boxing matchIn I delegates to accompany H A Committees appointed make was instructing his soft: In thf
Forest Burke the 115-pound class; Jack Aman and Phillip! Reams, our arrangements for the rally are: technique of edging1 a fair and
A special meeting was called Campbell and Charles Kelly had members of the F. F. A. Federation reception, Miss Irene Jackson, Miss honest price out of a customer.
'Tuesday, Oct. 29 a draw in the 130-pound class, and executive committee to the Lois Behrens, Miss Helen Pope He said, "Son, after you hav
The president appointed the George Johns was victorious in committee meeting In Miami Wednesday Mrs J. W. Irwin and Mrs Lawrence fitted glasses to a customer and
following committee chairmen: the 125-pound class A. T Davis night October 30. H. A. Pope, entertainment Miss the customer asks, 'Whatt the
ground Improvement, Buddy Lind- was the table tennis champion. Amon was elected to serve as our Wanda Sickle, Donald Cross, Dean charge?' you say: 'The charge U
gren: entertainment, Mary Engel; The high" spots of the show were diamond ball captain this year. Sickle and Bill Hampton; arrangement ten dollars'
finance Dora Scott; alumni Wanda I the relay race between two sections After the initiation Mr. H C of church Miss Dorothy Beh- "Then you pause, and watch lop
Sickle; pawn shop, Buddy of the sixth grade and the Reely and Mr. Robert Manson who rens, Richard Hickson Adolph Lopez the flinch. If the customer doesn
Llndgren: sports Graham McEl- handball and badminton demonstrations were guests both favored us With and Vernon Jackson; music flinch, you say: 'That's for the
roy, school boys' patrol Buddy ,short talks We appreciate their Miss Ila Jean Irwin and Dr. Carl F frames; the lenses will be another
Lmdgren I After an exciting race at the interest In us and our activities Robinson; evening meal Miss Avis ten dollan'

An amendment was proposed to 'carnival Friday night, the senior At the conclusion of our business Bitting, Miss Athley Kemp, Miss "Then you pause again but this1
our present constitution whichMated i candidate. June Vrana, was elect- meeting. we enjoyed refreshments Almeda Golden Miss Dorothy Ed. time just slightly, and again
that the class presidents toll I led queen of the carnival. She prepared and served by wards Rex Romine, Blair Hick- watch for the flinch.
Redland Senior High School be !i was presented with a small gold Earle Wysong Eugene Ingram son and Buddy Kuhn: identification 'If the customer doesn flinch
I i loving cup. Barbara Williams was Donald Grate and Dean Sickle cards Miss Irwin, Miss Ann
made regular and voting members I If
I a close second and she received a with the assistance of Mrs. Reely Hickson Miss Susan Pope and
the Student Council. This
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gold bracelet and Mrs Baker. Miss Helen Pope
; sight-seeing
amendment will have to be oppa D .
Others present besides those tour' Charles Behrens and BondBitting. I ;{
rt by every pupil of the en- 'I
) I Art Classes at Work named above were: Walter Rutzke, I .
II< II J" school IA
George ingate and Lewis Vrana. .
1I"l00 was made that the Day I|I On Varied Projects

's, tot I tke h of the raising t tml Francis Piothero recently received -
l,,,\v<,ntiK: of Relh' flag even I I The art classes are all now well a check for $2.50 from GET YOUR STATEDriver's
,,111Ind that the troop bugler play I organized and are beginning to American Farm Youth Magazine
,tin ng this exercise each day It work on various projects They as a prize for his project story
cat..tlso suggested that the whole have just purchased 15 pounds of published In the October 1940 issue LicenseAT
shoat<< "in fi"nt, AS a group, to hold morn- ; girls have started modeling this
ng devotional services. once a clay and the eighth grade girls A New Slant I
>pk This motion and suRKes- are making masks out of the clay Little Peter, aged three, regarded -, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE OFFICEIN
non was submitted to the Boy and paper. After completing pos pepper as a biting enemy that
Sc iut, for further actlnn ters advertising the carnival, the he never wanted to meet again HOMESTEAD
eighth I ICh grade boys have begun cartooning One evening at dinner he was i
11-; and the ninth grade boys served with vegetable that was
ics Class! I Odd Fellows Bldg Open from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.
are working on book-week posters sprinkled with pepper. Eyeing It I
To Witness Voting' The seventh grade boys are carv- suspiciously he said "I don I\

ing wood and helping the seventh want that Father, It has pepperon
The twelfth grade government grade girls, with their marionette It"
,-, began this year with the show, Cinderella." His father examined it carefullyand I
urh 'tidied in detail the judicial and studying color and making color '
Peter drew the plate closer to' Redland BrandFertilizers
legi>!llIlIdepnl.tm'nts! as this is charts. The first two grades in him and carefully examined the i
iiional election' year special study the elementary have been making contents and then laughingly re- II
lint been made of our method of
Halloween decorations marked
| : "My mistake its not
electing our president and vice- I| pepper its only a little dirt." He I

prcwdent LEARNS: TO :IRC1I then proceeded to eat it with relish :
rio.! class will try to have the
Our School Boy Patrol has been -Ex.
Core I
ReIlirltv come over soonto I
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KIM A lecture on Alexander enforcing rules of saftey all over I
Hamilton nnd the Constitution" our school campus The boys Winter Haven last week. They
1..181 i vear he lectured on "James spent most of the day Tuesday have been living for two years In II are manufactured in Homestead ;
Madison and the Constitution" ,learning how to march. We hope Princeton and we ore going to miss ,
they successful and didn I them
were much.
very :
the before that
ind year M spoken
Thomns Jefferson and the I get too tired even If some of us i We want to welcome Jonnie I by a locally owned company.
Condition" in the classes did get rather tired Lee Andrews back into the Fresh- jI
of listening to the Incessant class Jonnie Lee '
Thi year the class will visit beatingof man had been I
the drums all day. I going to the Homestead school the
the nearest voting precinct to Mixtures are carried
I first of this year We also wantto :
carried We were sorry to see Margaretand welcome Hazel Rice from Ponce
onHistory I
Jeanette Cowan leave for'ids' Leon into the Junior class
Classes Make I I on hand for every r

War Maps and Booklets

The Best Seed is the need. r
The world history classes are
studying the present World War
and coloring maps of Europe with' Cheapest Seed Regardlessof Your patronage is
the new boundaries as they change

almost every day. the Price I
They are starting on a bookletof
always appreciated.
this war which will contain
maps and pictures of current developments NEW CROP TOMATO SEEDKille's

as well as reading material -
The dames have Just completed Grothen Globe

War that booklets had intending of the<< first pictures World Kills "X"Glick's Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. I

and maps In them One boy Colco Globe FRANK B.RUE.MGR.
brought an old Modello newspaper
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printed during the World War Click's Grolhen Globe MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER
which contained I letter from a
soldier In France. Other pupils Glick's Rutgers HOMESTEAD. FLA.
had Included actual I pictures
Glick's 3larglobeFerry.Morse
brought back from Franca by their

fathers They Intend to go bark Grothen Globe
and study the past or ancient his-
I tory after they become well-ac Ferr> -Morse RutgersLivingston's
quainted with present developments .
Globe DR.C.I1.DENBYOsteopathic


I'' Members of the English classes Ferry-Morse Pritchard Topper

\I.> enlarging their vocabularies I Physician
by looking up the 'Unt'In'<< of
words they come m i,,nllct wit1 i Hettor Supply CoFhone

( while reading their literature and Phone 39Homestead '.
by studying all the rules ef spellIng I

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" i I'of South Miami and their son,
Ailments From Food Protection
I Skipper and Mr. and Mrs. A. Faulty I

and Jlround French friends In of Florida Homestead City, Tuesday visited ,Reduced by Modern RefrigerationMany

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I I common ailments which ilies try to keep foods with makeshift -
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Cumin and for years plagued long-suffering methods that actually encourage -
Homestead baby returned last week from I food spoilage rather than ,
humanity have been greatly reduced -
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'Charle.ton. W. Va. They have I prevent It.
l taken an apartment In the home of I I in frequency of occurrence I "All spoiled foods. too, cannot :
'Mr and Mrs. S. S Caves. aDd in severity, according to medical I be detected at once. Bacterial ,
I statistics Science with Its growth that may cause sickness If ,
'. Miss Eleanore Holferty who bas Hodson, a former resident of Edw. Hepner returned recently unflagging determination to improve I the food is eaten cannot be seen .
i been teaching ,at ftarthwesterni Homestead has been returned I from Roanoke, Va. to spend the the health status of mankind In its tint stage, so the healthfulness -
i University, will arrive Tuesday tot from the Baltimore Hospital in winter in Florida City. has demonstrated that certain of foods cannot be determinedby
visit her parents Mr and Mrs. J North Carolina to her home In I types of neglect contribute to 'I tests that rely on sight\ smellor
,jiM. Holferty In South Alltipattuh Drumhlll N. C. Mrs. Hodson Mrs. M. SIKerman and son, the cause of some Illnesses and taste
>Gardens underwent a major operation !Myer of Coconut Grove were bus that by correcting conditions due .
about a month ago and has beenin iness visitors here Monday.Mr. to this neglect nun it able to HOMESTEAD HI SC11EDI
Mrs J R. Brooks and son Neal a critical condition until re- maintain a more even level of I
will leave today to visit Mr. and cently.Mr. and Mrs E. W. Severy of good health.It I The basketball schedule ai announced -
M. Torbett In Belle Glade Miami and their daughter Joan by Coach Bleier follows
T.
I f Mrs 'Is a well known fact for example
. and Mrs J. A. Van Marter Maureen, were Sunday visitors of ,that several form of illness- Dec. 10-Gesu (tentative)-here.
Mr and Mrs. W. W. Dec. 13-Miami Bt-at'h-there.
plan to leave for their winter home Severy I
, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heinlein are the, result of faulty protectionof
Dec 17-Miami Edinon-here
I
week-end here as soon as they have cast food. Ailment from t
I guest, their thissource
Iliad as a : .
Mr. Dec 20-Rcdland-there
I their ballots at their home in and Mrs H. Lozier and chil-
Helnlein of Miami formerly much
sun, Richard were more .
'I-St. Patrick'shere.Jan.
Jan.
dren moved to Fort Lauderdale J
Ithaca N Y. :
who recently returned from Knox- Sunday. prevalent because In the day before 10-Miami Bench-here.
vllle Tenn., where he had been I the need of dependable uni- Jan 14-Miami High-there.
I Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Wynn form cold
employed.Mr. was recognized at It Jan 17-C e. u (tentative-
had as a week-end guest Mrs. Standard Oil to Pay is today the 32 to 50 degree zone there.

and Mrs A. J. Ennls returned -i Wynn mother, Mrs. S W Smithof Army Pay DifferencesCarl of safety for foods was virtually Jan 21-A n dr. w Jackson-
Monday from Kingston! Hollywood. unattainable. With the coming of there.

Toronto, Canada, where they' Anderson agent for Stand- electric refrigeration however Jan. J4-Redland-here.
spent the summer Mrs Ennls' Mrs. Roy Wlttenwyler and Mrs the constant availability of proper Jan. 29-Ponce de Leonthere.Jan .
also visited In Woodstock Canada W. W. Bethea will attend an all ard Oil Co. In Homestead, received temperatures for all foods made It 31-Miami Edison-there.
day meeting of the.County Councilof a letter from the Jackson- apparent, after even a brief time Feb. 4-Fort Laudl'rdale-there,
Home Demonstration Clubs in ville office Wednesday advisingthat that foods not only taste better Feb. 7-Open.
North Miami today. I but are more healthful when kept .
Feb. 11-Open
Mrs E. J. Dyal and daughter the company will pay Its employees in safety zone
1 I temperatures Feb. 14-ronce de Leonhere.Feb. .
Nina, returned Sunday from '
a Inducted into the land 'Safety
or
zone
Mr and Mrs.. C L Underwood I temperatures are 17St. Patrick's-there.
stay of several weeks in Hot
1|I naval forces of the United States, not just a hot weather requirement -
Ark. and son, Tom. have returned to Feb. 18-Miami High-here
Springs the difference between the total for "
I'(I positive food protection, .
their home at Naranjo after a visit Feb. 21-Andrew Jacksonhere.Feb.
amount paid by the United points out Frank Webb, Frigid-
Dublin Ga. 25-Fort Lauderdale-here.
In
Mrs. H. H. Ewing had as a guest !I I States government and the regular I aire appliance dealer here. "Theyare
Tuesday Mrs. Roy Marsh of Miami salary of the employee for a equally as important In cold
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Keen and
I period of 12 months providedsuch I weather a time when some fam- READ THE WANT-ADS
Lou and
children, June, Patty persons were in the employ
Claudia, of Miami visited friends,
Mrs W. B. Harden of Miami ,' of the company prior to June 1,
In Homestead Sunday afternoon.
and her children Joan and Floyd 1940.
are visiting Mrs. Harden mother+I ...,..........,..........,......N"..................-NMNN In addition Mr. Anderson was
Mrs. Floy Camber FLORIDA CITYBy advised, employees will receive
full credit for the time spent in
Mr. and Mrs. Basil Gude who I Mrs. W. W. Severy training and service and any em- n

have been spending the summer in -"..............,....-.................,..............,...- I ployee who files application within -
Shelby, N C.. have returned to Mrs. R. B. Chandler Is reported 40 days after he Is relieved
their home in Homestead.Mr. I at James(from training and service, shall,
be slowly recovering
Ito I hospital ,be restored to his former positionor
and Mrs. Leon Burnett returned a position of like seniority, .
to their home In West Miss Mary Becker underwenta status and pay provided he is
Palm Beach Monday, after spending tonsil operation at Jackson Mem- still qualified to perform the
the week-end In Homesteadwith duties attached thereto and pro-
orial Hospital In Miami Monday.
Mr and Mrs. G. A. West. vided that the company s circumstances f
Mrs. Burnetts mother. Mrs. Vtra Mr. end Mrs. Rudolph Mattson have not changed as to i
Summerlin who had been visiting make it impossible or unreasonable '
spent Sunday at their home here
"We homeAre
with here returned them. to West Palm Beach and returned Monday to Key West to do '0. own our ,
where Mr. Mattson is employed.

Mrs R. A. Bethea of Princeton Mrs Jesse Caves of South Miami
YOUR children enjoying the benefitsof
Is NEWT. G. BALLNOTARY
spending the week with Mr. visited Mrs. J. S. Cave and Mrs
Bethea in Felder, Fla., where Mr. A. B. Langham Friday I
Bctnea is farming PUBLIC a home PLANNED to include them? You

Miss Jewell Hubbard, of Sonora,
Mr. and Mrs Claude Daigle arrived Ga., arrived Sunday for a visit
Sunday from Gorman Me., with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Booker. Fire Insurance and can give them a fine home backgroundto
to spend the season In South Alla- ,

pattah Gardens. Mrs. E. J. Rhodes Is visiting Mr. Kindred Lines grow up in a place where they'll
and Mrs M. D. Ingram in Miami
Mrs. W. E. Rheney and Mrs. for a few days.Mrs. .
Julian H. Webster spent Tuesday i SI N. Keene AT. be proud to bring friends and jour
visiting friends In West Palm Charles Becker is spending i
Beach.
a few days visiting her daughter needn't be
monthly payments any more
Miss Isabel Becker of Miami
Mrs H. K. Foulk had as guests I For results use Leader-I

Tuesday Mrs. Given Victor and Mr and Mrs Frank H. SUillings Enterprise than "rent.
Mrs J. W. Weston both of Coral I
Gables Mrs. Weston, former res-
ident of Homestead recently returned -
from Waterton S. D.

Mrs. Thomas Brewer has received 1duild A SMALL HOME

word that Mrs. Sherwood

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Group to Meet : STARTEDA Girls Sponsor Party :=;T.--- ;:

In Homestead Monday' new game is being started for For School on HalloweenThe I FOR RENT WANTEDCLIENT i
the boys and girls to play during I I

Homestead Student Council held physical education period or after Girls' Athletic Association. |FOR RENT-Two bedrooms. WANTS small grove :S 01 a

meeting last Friday In Mr. school. Its called quits, and Is sponsoring a Halloween part southeast and southwest exposure 10 acres miscellaneous fruit
id
Blackburn's room. Several memo will be one of the minor sports for the whole school Thursday I hot water Very pleasant. with nice comfortable house on

bers were appointed ai representatives this year I night Oct 31. Everyone is to I Fireplace available In living power line with all Improve-

to the County Student -Annabelle Peters. come In costume and the party begins room. Could serve meals. Mrs. ments, not over $3,900 Listings

Council which Is held once a I .I at 7:30V hope that every I ArUlla Booth 502 N. W. 2nd desired II. A. Cameron Phone

'month. I WRITE BOOK REPORTSThe one will come and enjoy himself. ave, Homestead Fla. o23tf) 72. Homestead Fla. (nltf)

made for the The party will be held at the
The council plans I Junior high classes
were required TUTORING WANTED high
FOR RENT Clean all electric
,
council's meeting which Is to write book last gym.
county reports school and grade school subjects.Mrs. .
furnished Mrs. Eva
to be held In Homestead Monday I Friday, They were allowed to There will volunteer committees apartment. H. J. Armstrong, A. B..
I Collins Federal Highway, Biscayne -
of this in- from class to helpwith I
.Nov.: 4. The purpose i write on any kind of book for the every Plummer drland Country
Drive at Modello.
terscholastic meeting Is to foster first time, but thereafter will be the party. Both boys and Club road.

'aa even greater friendship among I required to write on one out of girls are Invited.Annabelle i (s20tf) .n

schools and to discuss common several which will be assigned.The i I Peters. (IFOR- RENT-Furnished and unfurnished FOR SALE Troprcai plants, citrus _

problems. title for the theme this weekis I houses and apartments trees and troplcai fruit In I

'.* A discussion was held as to "Our Flag." i iI S.U'ETr.TROL BUSYThe I Year 'round tenants season. Jungle Grove Redland

sending two delegates from Homestead I -Clarice Dodson. Safety Patrol Is doing things preferred. Benjamin W. Morris road and Plummet drive.

to Lakeland at the request I MH H-H HH w--M M B-WB -> BM I I I and going places thanks to the I registered real estate broker

of Southern College. This meeting people of Homestead who are cooperating N Krome A\'e. next to Baptist CLEAN RAGS WANTED Wile
and all I Next week they will make oneabout I exchange subscription or advertising ,
lasts five days expenses : I with us to the fullest Church. s2otf)
ire paid except transportation.James manners in public places I extent. I for clean rags. Leader- '

Nesbitt. I Mrs. Field substituted for Mrs I The patrol has In It a fine bunchof 'RENT YOUR HOUSE OR APARTMENT Enterprise. I

.i Bird for several days. willing boys, ready to com I -furnished or unfurnished.

:\H\\n\ nEST SUCCESSFUL 1 :Mrs Flfield's fclerce clasps' I i dI go as they are bidden. Every 1 have lound clients
leI I.Im.I.OTIC
'Last Monday night the Home- |, tadpoles escaped after turning into afternoon these patrolmen are busy Benjamin ,' registered

stead band sponsored a fish fry at. frogs. The pupils of her sixth I gathering newspapers and getting real estate trokcr M Krome
Tai Certlfkal No.re l 1..ucd the Ith day
it the Municipal paik During the grade science class have covered them ready to sell I ave., next to Baptist Church. of Ausiut, A n. HUH hoe filed tame In

course of the supper, the band i their science scrapbook with blue -Bob Spear. (s20tf) my office, and ha. made ai>llrallnn/ for a
tat deed. to he issued thereon Said err
gave t concert which was greatly i oilcloth to match their room. The I tiflcale embraces the following drarrlbnlpmiierly .
enjoyed by all attending. The' fifth grade class used green for Miss Cook's and Miss Behrens FOR SALEFOR In the County of Dade HUM ofFlorida I

numbers played were "Altamont" its cover. seventh and eighth grade girls hada Lot ,I.to-wll Block i 1. Ca.tlHan Court, Plat o

'Military Escort," "Dress Parade." Mrs Wynn's room has made half-holidny last Friday. I SALE-Small house, furnished Rook 11, run 17, In the County of Dade 1
slate nr FloridaTha .
Aero Club" and "Northwestern an original poster for the black. $1,000; $200 down and $15 ....w"e"t of said property under

Spirit." board. I Florida-Found MastodonOn a month with 61 interest. Call the said '.leitlfiiat was In the name of i
i I I Unknown.
Each plate served contained potato Dr. M. A. ( )
Beigcr pnl
The grade mothers have collected i j I Unless Paid certificate hall be redeemedaoeordlna
j at F. S. C. W.
salad baked beans and a big $10.50 for P. T. A. dues some Display to law, the property denrrlberfherein .
j of hot fish fishcornbread ]FOR SALE 25-lb. capacity metal will .be sold to the hlnheat bidder H.he
piece of which the and ,
boys earned
girls Court house door on the lint MondayIn
lettuce and hot coffee. Oct. 31.-Only i ice box. Call at Wcttcrn Union the .
pickles I by working. The pupils are Tallahassee com I month of December HUH. which b
very (nltf) the ind day of Dec,.miter. 11140
table
The bird-cage tilt-top presented pletely mounted mastodon south of
proud of the fact they already Dated this 1Mb day of October. 11'0.
by Mr. Rice was awardedto have one-hundred per cent. Washington D C., and east of the FOR SALE OR RENT-Restaurant K. II. I.RATHrKMAN;
Miss Pearl Whitaker. is at Clerk of Circuit Court,
display
Mississippi on
I now
All the rooms are decorated with building at Florida City on Hade County, Florida.Circuit .
Despite the rain which insisted Halloween the state geological survey head Key West highway. Offer want- ( Court Heal I IHy
scenes
on being present at times there I quarters on the Florida State College : N r. RTrHRfcTT. D C.
-Clarice Dodson.homestead"G' ed. Write J. Kuppertz, 4226 (Oct IH, 21 : Nut I, e, toil)
was a large crowd attending and I campus N. 11th St., St. Louis Mo.
the fish fry and concert were a "" "" The monster was recovered In I
ol8-nl) NOTUM (IP Al'l'l (ATIOS! FOR
great success. The proeeds will go I ;;;;; irl Scouts I 1930-31 from Wakulla Springs by TAX. ..'.nJIHUTAt. :

for buying new uniforms for new I the Florida Geological Survey with FOR SALE-Man'l bicycle, $10.00. Chapter NOTICE: ID HHIHIY of: .SI-FII.GIVEN: A-4J7I that

band members and a sousaphone By MARY SIBER Scribe permission of Mr. George T, Christie Tom Collins Modcllo Fla. I Fl.le Hanson holder of Kluto and County

which Is quite necessary to the I "..".....""""".....".".....".......,..................""....1 then of Wakulla Springs. It I! o4tf) Tn Certificate, No luiua l.eued the lot i I
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day of August, A, D 11I.7. h.. filed um
Homestead band At our regular meeting Tuesday] was mounted In the survey head OIL AND BOTTLE GAS stoves In i my office and line made '1. II..tlon fur
i -Hilda Dodson. I in the Martin building from $1 Virgil Lyon a tat deed to be Issued tliem.n Raid Can
we sang a round of songs and I quarters I up. ,,first, rmbnrn the following dwrllxdproperty j
played a few games We had a.i thereafter but recently It was (s27tf) In the County of Hide. state <,f

ELEMENTARY: NEWS visitor a Mrs Kendrick who is to completely mounted for the first Florida t.o'lt :
I.o I Atnd Pint t'InehursAdd"
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RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for
Miss Jackson's pupils are Interested I help us. Mrs Hausman was there time on the state college campus i In Honu.uad.I'I fist llmik II;. floor It, In t
I also I where the survey offices were j sale cheap. Mrs. H H. Ewing. the County of Dealt. Rote of Florida.
in the narcissus bulbs i II N E. 8th tt., Homestead The .......m.nt of old, property under
(they call them their "brownbabies" Our party is to be held Nov. moved last January.The I : the .aid certificate I... In the name of.
I 51 skeleton Is labeled "Masto-: i (a6U J.nes Itarttlm.n
) that In their cabinets Mrs. '
are at Rhene "s home. Each I Unless Paid lorllflrale hall be redeemedarrordlnir
den Amerlcanus" (Kerr). It has a
and are now growing white roots. son is to bring fifteen cents. Our : i ti law the properly described
Dickinson I height/ of nine feet two inches: LEGAL NOTICES : therein will be .,,101 lo the highest hlddi-r at
Fay Williams and Rosemary committee for the Halloween party .
the Court house floor the first
of 22 feet and width of on MondayIn
were absent Friday because I is to be Mary Sober Ardcl Par- length ; NOTIIE OP APPI.H AT10N FOR ,I the month of. December, 11140 which I.i M
six feet. il TAX Prill the 2nd day of Ueiemher, IH40
of Illness. The children are lookIng man Betty Gatlin and Barbara I :
I Primary concern of the state' Chapter 1747-Act. .f IM.V-Flle A-I10J i Dated thin lath day of Oclolier. III4IIF ,
forward to a half-holiday, and Wakefleld. NOTICE IS II hit HH' GIVEN: that, Marnret I II FATHKRMANI .
they now have ten perfect days I geoliglcal survey Is Investigationof II Dell holder of Stall and loinity'Tax 'Ir'k I of I'IrriHI liMirl
We .ved\"e our Christmascards i mineral resources of Florida irllflcatw No I r? and 1 IT" U.mdith I Pade County, MorldaiCInult I ,
Mrs. Edwards' class Is very happy today. now have 30 tllh day of June, A' n l!Oda, "has filed i Court. grail
I I
; lly N I' rTKRRFTT, O C
same In my office and hits outdo aiiplliatlun / -
to have Elsie Becker from Wisconsin I squares done on our afghan For | A motorist was observing a for a tax decal to be II' ud thirconSaid (Oct. I'ft Nov. i I. '. mm

added to the class enrollment our handicraft did Red Cross | farmer tilling a rocky farm In Certificate fmliraie the following
The pupils have six new menu cards for the Red Cross I described. property In the county of Daile I IN THR: I'"I NTV It IH.KM 401 NT IN
Vermont and remarked. "Honest 'Imitate of Morlda. hxvlt AMI FOR IHHK 101 NTV. HOKIIH
balls to play with. .drive I friend. I don't how Tract 64. Miami dardenn a Bob put IN 1"'1101141 K.
my see you Rook l. I'... M In Section I. Town.hii 52 In He': hHTAIF: tiKMRTIK ,
Everyone in Mrs. Thurman'slroom i Mrs. Brooks brought some jam make a living on this farm. Lookat i south, Kanie 41 K"l: lonuinlnil I Acre WINSLOW' rHYETTI, (

is bringing some flowers to I for the troop. the rocks everywhere'!" more or lr-M..I In the lounty: of: Dude' Mate lleceau'd
f Morlda embraced In lirllfliatc I No "MITIt: TO tllKDITOKUTo
put In the two pretty large v88e.1 On Friday Betty Gatlin and "I ain't so poor as y' think I be" 177 The aMeaamcnt of mid proto-rteunder All (.Million, and. All ('..... llavinvClaim .
which Mrs Thurman I I the Certificate l>.ued In or Demand Aualiiat Raid r.lau
Barbara Miller are coming to work replied the Yankee: "I don't own the: name oi.Bennett tiordiitiTiait :. "t. You, and rah of. yi'n. are hereby mhfled
the room. I I towards tree finder badges. this farmRays of Sunshine I 76. Miami Gard a Sub, Platt and n.iiilml, to ,...,...t any claimand -,
Inza West Section I. 61 demands which >ou. ,r either of y. "
Nell Roman from t Rouk 1 Pave \M In Townnhlp .
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may ha .tn. the .1. of MVHII.fV4INSIOW
41 East .iniiMlniiiu b Acme
Kanye
Palm Beach is a new pupil in Mrs Hnuth. ins In the County ..f Pnde. Bate rKYhltr.; ......... late r
more ur
Hood'l .,., Ran M...... allfornla.. to the lion W f
third trade. 'Last Monday, of rloilda. aa .mb. -<1 In drtlflcale No
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lUanton, County .luilvi< .r Dade. County
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17D Th. .m.nt of aid
the pupils started a new arithmetic luunl properlyunder In thename and file the mini. ,n his office. In the I',,u,
the said Certlfnale wait
I ty CourlhoiiM' hi County. F'1.bla" ,
tontest. I
'ACETYLENEWELDING of Bennett GordonI'nleu -.n"
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within Ought i.I.I., r from the date
aald certificates shall be redeemed
Miss Ray's pupils have completed I of the tint piililli at nn hereof S..dclaims
according to law the property described d..m.nd. ..ln the legal ud
to
or ""
the Halloween score on the therein will ... old to the highest bidderat ...
dress or the .m..t and tn be assure t.
bulletin board and are now making I the Court houae door on the flat Monday and preaent.d. me aforesaid or ..m@ will
In the month of December. IU40, which
be barredData
a booklet on a story named it the god day of December IV4II October 2..10. 4 II 1940
"Sunny Elephant" which Miss Ray I Dated this Hud day of October 1040. H H. FKYETTB.Ai .
I X.: R. LF.ATHrKMAN .
Domiciliary Fiecubir evil
Just finished reading to them. They
I Clerk of Circuit Court laM Will and Testament of
are beginning "Pinocchlo" now so Hade County Horlda. MYRTLE 1NKLOW rHYKTTK, Denoted
''that better the (Circuit c..n-t.) lint vuhllcallon on 1'1.... 1, 1BIO.Nov. .
they can enjoy E. PARKER. D. C. ( I. .. 11. 19401
operetta that Mrs. Mills will soon I (Oct 81 : Nov .. S. IS. 1H40I


put Mrs.on.Cooper's room has two new Brand New Outfit some or TAX APPLICATION DEED row I For results use Leader-

) Chapter 17457-Aria .f IMI-File A-4J7I
pupils Leonard Becker and Junior NOTICE IS HFRKBY GIVfN that I Enterprise Classified Ad:

Quoaabart. This fourth grade won Jamea 8. Lewis Bolder of Baaere Haulovir

the P. T. A. dollar and with the II

money Is planning to buy some library All Work i X L4L640's' 1.G9OOV'i4'\

books. The pupils have just '
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HOMECOMING OF I

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STETSON UNDERWAY 5c Size LARGECRAX


AT DE LAND FRRNKLIN S LIMAS>t< LBS.
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DeLand, Oct. It.-The campusof t
Stetson University this week resembled -
the picture of a veritable APTE BRAND
beehive' of activity u students and can 5,2ctoniakoes
student groups put last minute,! NO. 2 CAN
touches to plans for what i is expected '
to be the greatest Influx otl I -
old grads In recent yean The1MO I 1 TARGET SUNSHINE 1 LB. PItG. SUNBURST

homecoming celebration at HI-Ho Butter: (.'ax. 19c BARTLETT PEARS
Stetson will be spread over an en.I Corned Beef
tire week-end. November 1-3, In-,
tend of being confined to the customary -I I BLUE ROSEWhole No.% can.. 17c
one-day festival. Square Can. 17 c Grain Rice : 17 c
A return engagement with the t s.
University of Tampa Spartans will| BULKMealor PItG. CLOROX
BALLARD'S
provide the Stetson Hatters with
a chance for revenge for the 6-01 I Grits4lbs.
Tampa victory earlier in the sea-j i Pancake Flour lOc When ITS QT.
ion when the two rivals met on+ !' ., w OI-tLW19! I
Saturday afternoon as the principal ... ..... 9c PIIILUPS \\It's Disinfected! '
gridiron attraction of the weekend I '"
The: Mystic Krewe, men's' PHILLIPS> DELICIOUS Pork & Beans 3 %; 25cVAN
leadership society, will stage the LOG CABIN
first banquet in its history, withplans I Tomato Juice CAMP'S
under way to make the student
leader group's dinner one of,I RED BEANS FOAMS 25cSALAD SYRUPMedCan
the most colorful events of the annual -' 46 oz. tin ... 17c
.17cFREEH
homecoming occasionE DRESSINGMIRACLE ....

I .r..... \\\.AIN'T A.OI 'e'un DAT u,.(Noyt.M WHIP, Qts. 29c !

Those Jellied I : DEL MONTE IIAN-D.ISH

Salads! "TOMATO i Seedless Raisins FKGS. 15 c "lnlLIFEBUOY

> Frtntii Let Barton I SOUP" ... BULK SOAP I

JELLIED,mooUl, and salads,..oraul each are year.. they becoming Cool.are I i St2tallcans..15cYork Brown Sugar t LBS. _25 c J bars .. ... 20c )


11 Ignore tpee men women favorites even who ot and otherFortunately.alad.with otters with popular I Imperial Apples sibs. 13c I


there are dozens
of combinations lJt. COUNTY ItISTCORN GREEN GL\NT
ef fruits and
I .
1 notables thattaay I' N:r30rs ZSc
H Served la thle form. Here PEAS
Is a combination of beets cabbage
I
sad great peppers that roa will (W4 HiMrKHjrinf IhHiliiN CLUB LIDOSpaghetti SERVES t
,1.D4! IINtilUlerl1 delicious:
(y> Beet Luncheon Salad' I PALM OLIVE 3 for 17c Dinner pkg. 15cKELLOGG'S
11 Jaekac Iwnon-UTortd n'atla I
I E pmt hot water SUPER SUDS
I .. I 2 for 17c
I tableepoen Tlnegtrr n M tm Mr MH' HUM IaN
I.114 1 cuss teaspoon diced salt cooked beeU I OCTAGON' SOAP 3 for 13c FLAKES .T I
CORN rK'GS.13c
I!|H sage shredded cabbage CONCNTRATID
.M sap diced green pepper
I SUPER SUDS ] 19c
I at teaspoon scraped onion H*Sk...kr*.....(MM+ Iff. FAVORITE
P. IMaeolT* gelatin In hot Wks'
!\4dd rtnegar sad H teaspoon salt.Thill OCTAGONPOWDER:1: for 13c Food 25c 2 25c
Dot
until slightly thickened. Beep I CANS cans .. ......
'Pan beet, cabbage and green pep.
with \t teaspoon salt I add
onion Kelatla.Fold Ton Into Into slightly ladlTl< thlck.lle'l MAXWELL HOUSE LB.
Chill until firm. tJnmold on crisp
lettnoey Garnish with mayonnaise ,
and auoes of hard-eookad pgi or. lSaion
stuffed fgft. P.rrei 4,'36"'A" n aoZ Coffee 19c


Good Jam 1 LIMIT 1 LB. WITH ORDER lib. cans, 2 for 29c t I
A little boy did errands for a RN isiM 3
woman, who, baking oatcakes,
,thought i treat she would give him one as FRESH TENDERString S LBS. .YOUNG TENDER LB.


and after She gave the spread It boy to one returned.him.thickly A little with while jam Beans 1 Q-c 'Veal Roast 2Oc '

Thanks for the jam. tnluus," I
he said. "There's your board back! 1
again "-Montreal StarrTTTTTTTTTTTf FRESH WESTERN / or whole

.".......... j Rutabagas Waxed 2c Pork Shoulders I
I I Ib. lb. :19c I

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EXPERTBARBERING II IB FANCY SIIANKLESS


I? Carrots, lb. 4Y2Ct TENDERIZED PICNICS, lb. 19c I

DEXTER LB. ,
SNO-WHITE

HAIRCUT ...... 40c t Cauliflower lb. 5I / 'Sliced Bacon 25c

I SHAMPOO ...... 40c I
I LONG ISLANDCobbler 10 ElR
': MASSAGE __. 40c II03IE MADE LB. j


BUSH'S Potatoes %Zcq. Sausage Meat 23c

I Gerbor. 2 cans .
BARBER
Strit4 Feeds

SHOPN. \ t n FOR VARIETIES BABY 15c COUNTRY ROLL BUTTER, lb. 34c I


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