The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00303
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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 15, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00303
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Boulevard Information Booth

And Miami Radio Ads Planned

!I Thanksgiving to Be Observed Nov. 28, I


BY The traditional last Thursday-in Thursday. Nov. 21. proclaimed as I
November, which this year talk,national Thanksgiving Day b> I .

on Nov. 28, will be observed ai President Roosevelt IB crder to I

Thanksgiving Day in Homestead ) lengthen the time between the I;
and the rest of the Redland DIa- j' Thanksgiving and Christmas

trlct. It wa Indicated yesterday ,days should have been boU-1

I An poll disclosed .
extemporaneous .
Florida also. I
New Schedule of Season f
that many feel that next ton. held .1 directors meeting en
Flat Space Rentals I Ir ii They also feel, however, that Men Organize Committee : the spot and announced It would
Governor Cone has
since: -
r Is Adopted I IPLTFORXlLEASES to Finance i match Mr. Rue subscription Mi
Nov. 28
as ThanksgivingDay I
FOOD SHOPS TO I Carter and J. R. Brooks preside >
,1 and that date will have to be Program and secretary. respectively
j observed the schools, ,
I by colleges
I Redland CItrUs Growers Assoc

GOING AT FAST RATE WELCOME\ AT :state and, observance county offices of Nov.and 21 employees by- ,' $:?500 TO COVER COST lion announced director of thai

OF YEAR OPERATION group would meet later and vote
I business house would only result'in
Mr Mathc
their contribution
Charges Buyers! 1941 FESTIVALFood ; confusion and complications I laid his firm would come in it ,-,

Only; harmers Use I Therefore Nov. 28 will be the | :$300 Subscribed at :Meeting early date.Orange .
I '
Platforms Free all I'Thanksgiving holiday here. I With Chamber | and grapefruit repmentatUts -
I shop of kinds stands| The Redland District Ministerial Directors on the committee are Mi\

for sale .of fruit juices, home-mad Association meeting on Oct. Carter and Mr Cox Mr Elton'

The charge of one cent on each 'candies, cigars, tobaccos and other 14, voted to hold the annual union represents both business and fru .

package bought at the Florida I'things will be welcome at the 1941 'Thanksgiving service on the evening 'I The superior qualities of Red- interest, a* he is president i,

City; State Turner Market which Redland District Fruit Festival, Eo:1 i:i of Nov, -the night before land District fruit will be broid-I I Coconut Grove Exchange Bank J I

was la effect last year ha* been,H. GaUaher f..UvallllaJ18&er, the customary Thanksgiving Day. ,cast daily by radio to &bQ !and owner of extensive grove .interests -
abolished and the following schedule this week following a Conferencewith in this district. Mr Rut
The observance ,
I' Thanksgiving Day of potential gift box buyers in the
of price adopted lor the 1 40. *1 season, Gordon R. Dill, manager board of director held] recently !holday schedule was arranged the I I'Miami area this season, and an In- well as fertilizer manufacturer >

announced this week: "It Is the desire of the chamberof retail :ornatton booth' will be established the chamber of commerce's
first ol the year by the rfpr
Buyer's space o" large platform, commerce to have everyone merchants under the auspices of I In a strategic downtown locationon I sentattve Mr. Chandler, larg*-

$75 for Mason. terested in space for colll in-I the Redland District Chamber off I, Biscayne boulevard if the enUuisiasm scale fanner was chosen to represent

Buyer's space on small platform purpose m the coming fruit ,Commerce Placards bearing the and the vegetable growers. Mt
support from
tival to In touch with the
ISO for season get I schedule merely lane: "Thanksgiving Mathers maaager of South Florida -
manager at an early date, said a group of growers and shipper
Buyers without on Plat- : Nov 21 or 28. : I Fruit represent
Mr. Gallaher. "In order for us todetermine meeting with the board of directors citrus avocado and lime interest
form II day Ki for
a of season
the cost of all
permit. space of the Redland District Chamberof Mr Parman, president of Parman-
we must know first how many will I KELLY KILLED Commerce I Lehman Packing Co.. and Mr Pro
All trucks hauling produce : patronize the festival, and we Wednesday night is of Florida Avocado
platform II.58 load. I want to make the cost as reasonable Indicative of tin co-operation that manager Lime Growers,
and Persian "pI' -
Mr Dill said that most of the a* possible WIFE HURT IN i i.may be expected from others who
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back platform, which was not used I "Space renters can not expect will benefit both directly and indirectly -
last season, has ben rented now, desirable locations if they wait from such a program
and half of the large platform in until one or two weeks before the It was shown that twenty-five 2 Murders Last Sunday i

front has been taken. Space Is festival opens"Arrangements hundred dollars will cover ICI6of On Darktoun Main Drag I
still being leased, and the marketIs are being made
the radio advertising, constructionof
J E Kelly. 55. carpenter and -- I
ready ta open a* soon as growers with Florida Motor Lines to pro- poultryman of Redland. was killed a 10 by 12 foot booth. landncap- Two fiiit degree murder veo-,
To sell vide bus transportation twice each .
have anything
1 and his wife seriously injured mg painting and erection of a diets were returned by a coronet
All charges apply to buyers 1 day to and from Miami during the Monday morning when the light I floodlighted signboard, leasing of Jury in Justice of the Peace Sd

only, Mr. Dill said. The fanners' festival and the F E. C. Railway I)car m which they were riding collided I the site and services of an attendant L. Kendrick court early th,*
do not for. putting i Co. 1* being solicited to provide a i to give out guide
pay anything I at Redland road and Coconut map week for shootings committed 01
their produce on the platform for passenger train down from Miami I Palm drive with a much heavier and other l information the same dav Nov. 19, on the main

inspection and purchase by the once or twice a day for that period, car driven by Robert Vrana, I' Upon motion of one of the fruit street of Homestead's colored1
the festival said '
buyers 19, and owned by Paul Oluerko men present. President Edward' toWn.
Plenty of music in which the
I of Silver Palm whose wife and Suing appointed the following on Mack Leath i- charged wt"<
local high school bands and bands a committee to solicit financial I "
Fire Tower Base Built ; three children and a negro grove having shot Leroy Saundersdeath
from Miami will participate, will i .
employee were aho in the car. All support for initiating the set-up at 3 30 a. m as the result if
On Site at Black Point !
be a feature of the 1941 festival, he I by Dec. 15 4a-
In the Okkurko car escaped with a dark town triangle and
said. The poultry exhibit will be E. A. Carter Chas. Cox, Julian II
minor cut and bruises Small with having killed J
The concrete foundation for the I outstanding and the location of the I
S. Eaton Frank B.
Rue L. L.
The Kelly car, laid to have Williams at 9 p. m. as the aftermath -
100-foot fire watch-tower of the poultry tent will be more prominent .
Chandler, John Mathers..
R. Clarence
been driven Mrs of All participants
by Kelly was' a crap game
Florida Forest Service has been I than it has been in past years I, J. Pafrnan and Carl Piowaty
traveling west on Coconut Palm were ngross
poured at the site a short distance The premium book will be
Mr. Carter named .
I drive, and the Oskterko car was was chairmanMl Both Lealh and Small were
south of Black Point and erection printed well in advance of the
traveling south on Redland road appointees were pmcM at themeeting committed uthout bond to county
of the tower Itself will be completed festival opening! In order to acquaint -
I I when they collided at the mtersec- j with the exception of Mr jail to await, trial.
\ within ten days County all potential exhibiters
tion. The overturned.Kelly's ParmanIr.. Chandler and Mr. 1
Kelly car {
, Commissioner J. D. Redd said yea- fully with the prizes for which I When
Gallaher 1 body was taken to Turner Piowaty the meeting was
terday. they may compete, Mr i New Building to )louseKromeFlagler
Funeral Home and Mrs Kelly!'called, it was thought that the
The tower will be open to the said StationWork
public when completed, Mr Redd I was taken to James Archer Smith I let-up would necessarily be confined -
, hospital and later removed to KendalL : to oranges and grapefruit as
said. It will be manned by one \
, "Treasure Hunt" Lands I Her condition, at first I>>'V-I'there would be few lines and avo- will Mart Monday oa removal

or more of men.drought.depending on thedel1't8 Boys in Police Court nounced: critical by hospital at- ,'cndo during the tourist season of the preeent building'

) I tendanta. was reported last night fa the discussion, however, it was housing the Homestead Filling

Three Homestead High Schoolboys ta be Improving An inquest pointed out that Miami Is more Station. Flagler and Krome avenues -

County Gins Local C of C charged with reckless driving : for last night was postponed :1 i and more becoming a year-around to make way for an all-bin i

$1,000; Library Gets $300 while oa a "treasure hunt" ata next Thursday. resort and the program might be building twice as large.

party Monday night were fined The body of Mr, Kelly was removed extended to cover the summer The building will be erected for i!i

l The Redland District Chamber $10 each in police court Tuesday to Haines City Tuesday month In the Interests of the lime the Standard Oil Co., by V. L

\ of Commerce and the Homestead night by Mayor T. J. Harris who for burial following the arrival of and avocado industry and that the Harris It is expected to be com

municipal library were among recipients then suspended their sentences but J. P. Carlton of that city, husband interests of the vegetable growers pleted in six weeks C. E. Eichen-

\ of allocations made by the announced that if they were of one of the dead man's sisters. could be advanced in the seasonal berger will continue* lessee cf

I county commissioners last Saturday -\found committing any misdemeanor Other survivors besides Mrs program. the station.

*. from Dade County' publicity I within the next 80 days i Kelly and Mr*. Carlton are three Mr. Rue started the financial Mr Harris will complete construction -

funds. he would suspend their driver's I stepchildren, and five other sis[subscription by pledging 1150 next week of a 20 x $0 1

One thousand dollars ws appropriated I license. ters: Mrs. Rosella Smart of from the Florida East Coast Fertilizer foot concrete and stucco buildingto

for the chamber of I Policeman J. I. Coker who arrested I Davenport; Mrs. Henry Simmonsof CD of which i* u manager 'i house i pout room between tl;,ibo

commerce, the same M last year, the bojs said they were Bartow. Mrs. Wayne Mine it The Saver F 'm < arils chewers' :' :.It., >.... and Slim' Paint ard t
and 1300 for the library, an increase dm.ng L.c.r can in a reckless Springfield. Vermon: Mi H .-.. ,'.';n r' 1 I H. C Bed}' i. "i n S Krome. .tvinue 1
) ,Ci iitine of 1 M: W Betty c. rc: r' Tat '!< trw'Ud
of 1100 over 1t yeas j allocation manner and exceed.ng the speed Tamps: f trc "g : :

I i.-nJt. j ter .llw:;:__jn jf Li J. I I:.- t 1 i -. :-r A. n.

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Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, November 15, 1910 t! !

II. II. S. Touch Football Season Ended I suggestions took shape until the Mr whole John program baa- Local Club to Mark National Art Week

Last Week With Achievement TestsThe made secured arrangement estimate and for other the data cite, By Holding Sales Exhibit of Paintings 'I

-- 'and will superintend the establishing --

touch football season at hen at Homestead High 184 games and operation of the booth The Homestead Art Club to ] Interest of the American artist
Homestead High School ended were played during the physical and advertising in return for distribution observe the newly proclaimed Na-I While the government has met so
Jut week with achievement tests I education class periods Each of the guide maps from tional Art Week Nov. 25 to splendidly the emergency of the

in punting passing, place kickingand game lasted at least 30 minutes i the booth. In the manner Intended by President : past few yean through the various
U i The fact that guide maps of the Roosevelt, of the federal art such
drop kicking By means of There were different teams represented proposer projects, subvention -
these tests each boy la able to throughout the day, with (nationally famous Oversea Highway week, will hold a sales exhIbit. will not take the place in tin
see now much he has improved in moat of the class periods having to Key West will be given out The President' purpose if stated -I long run of the normal market to
these various department of the four teams. The number of wins at the booth is expected to attract In the following extract from which every creative artist and
game aver his skill last year as and losses were tabulated for each many who might not otherwisetake his letter asking Francis Henry craftsman ii entitled For withouta
repealed by similar test given( team and calculated for percentages the trouble to learn of the Taylor, director of the Metropolitan market the artist cannot exist
then The boys are interested at the end of the season I Redland District Museum of Art to serve as as a normal productive member
.' ]n teeing how their individual: Two double elimination tournaments I All receipt and expenditures chairman of a national council for "of society
at :ay; stacks up with that of were held, an inter-class I for the project will be made by Art Week: "I belie, Mr. President that

: !boys In the same division !I tournament, and an inter-period the committee appointed in the "In company with others of the Art Week which you propose,
Redland District my
of the
r tournament These held I name and which will reach the
r these tests the boys werer were fellow countrymen. I have been entire
ul In two divisions the senior after school The seniors won the Chamber of Commerce gratified to observe the rapidly ] nation; will accomplish a two-fold
division 1 which Included the, Inter-class tournament, and Die I Special emphasis In the broadcasts developing interest in Americanart I purpose, for not only will it bring
will be the superior
':J:' d) enth and twelfth grades, third period class walked away placed on in recent to the attention of the Ami i u an
and of i years a developmentin I
keeping quality
-' ']'ii junior high division which with the inter-period tournament. carrying ] which the public the fact that original works '.
]' District fruit. Fruit government art programs -
Redland citrus
i ,:jdcd the seventh, eighth and Thirteen games were played in have of art are within the range of the
an importantpart.
I shippers present declared fruit
: grades Scores of all boys both these tournament with a ;i most modest pocketbook, but it
from this area will keep for three '
"mpcted In each of these dio total of 177 games in both theboys' 'will also restore to the artist 'he
whereas somej I "Yet, in of everIncreasing
after spite
days picking an -
were kept tabulated. The physical education classes I dignity of offering his creative
fruit from some other section will interest In art in our
ire indicated below: and the Intra mUI al 1 program after wares in free competition with the
school ospoIl en route in gift boxes. I j the majority of our artists and ."
p punting department J. T. i product of his fellomen.
n: was first with The and : I skilled craftsmen are still engagedin ] In Florida Mrs. Eve Airman
43-yard soccer
a season is now on
I i Talk what must be called a marginal
Timer I Martin second with will be followed I by basketball Flakier! Topic Fuller head of the Florida WPA
44and punt; and Freddie I At Ministers' MeetingA must occupatIon.find ways It is of evident translating that our we art project. and State Administrator -
f Lester Archer and Forrest --- Roy Schroder are cooperating -
C kird with BOULEVARDContinued i interest in American creative expression with national and state councils -
a 43-yard punt
talk on Henry 1>1. Flagler and into active popular sup
in passingFred Fucha and J. T. I set up under the Presiden1proclamatIon
the development of the east coast port expressed In terms of purchase -
Godwin were tied for first ] .
place of Florida was given at the monthly ,
\ ">h !SI yards Harry Brown wasse ( "All facilities of the project'seleven
from One
Page ) meeting of the Redland District
md with 47'!4 yards and Rich "A first step In this direction art centers In the state will
ard raves and Barney Godwin sent limes and avocados Mr. I Ministerial Association Monday In might be taken in an Art Week be available to local groups to accommodate -
Carter, who, in addition to the Pcrrine Methodist Church by
which would dramatize the situation .
D/ ;rd with 48 yards each.In I ] sales exhibits, Mri
drop kicking Elmer Martinw of Redland Citrus Growers I the Rev Edgar L. Pennington of for the American people. I I i Schroder said Likewise all extension -

'" first with a 32-yard kick. 1 Ia manager of Gordon-Hobaon Miami. I feel that a program of this kind units of the art project
Matt Ballaro, Edward Tomerlm Inc, gives afjrtonal representation The December meeting of the planned and initiated by Interested and operating unit of the hand-
to limes and avocados association will be held in the leaders in the arts and conducted -
Ri ] ird Caves, Don Done and i craft project will assist in the
Marir-w, Jacobsen tied for second I The idea for the information I Homestead Nazarene Church on with the co-operation of federal ] work." '
pacr: with 30-yard kicks t I booth was advanced several I II Dec 18, and on the third Monday ] state and municipal agenciesis I! All designers. artists and craftsmen -
In place,: kicking, Kenneth Glenn months -pynJoMph W. Joha. Important at this tIme." living and working in Florida \
and J T Godwin tied for first I who I i. promoting a guide map if In accepting the post, Mr. Tay- are eligible, to submit: work in I
p ..t'OlIth kicks of 4S yards each.' the Redland District on the revere lor replied : all recognized media in the field
<"*- !to', Robertson was second side of which will be a I II "The need for such a step as you of fine arts and crafts
.n .a kick of 35 yards, and Leii -: guide map of the Florida Keys and Rev. and !Mrs W. E. Row ell, the hate taken will be apparent to An endeavor is being made to 1
] \i her Harry Bowen, Joe By. Key West He said that in his I Rev. and Mrs Harley R. Core the everyone who hat it heart the best keep all work moderately priced. 4 4t
'im Richard Caves, Roger Glenn, I yean of promotional work he had Rev and Mrs Geo, E. Deuel the
Fn id Tomerlm and Forrest i long seen the need of such a booth I Rev. and Mrs. R. F. Blackford :
i1 o .],it-d. with 30-yard kIcks. for the area south of Miami. I'Mr and Mrs. Pennington the Rev j

T Godwin walked off with I The radio advertising broadcast Geo H Ricks. the Rev J, J Rich-
i "n the senior division by were the suggestion of Mr ] ards. the Rev Joe E Waller
8 first, place in punting andi Rue. Mr Brooke and other directors I Mrs J A. Ricks, Mrs T. E. Hodges
I i first place in pasting ando I of the l '... 'iber added md Mi< Grace- Butterf icld

o i, mug Freddie, Fuchs. With -
first, place III punting and
11 I p i-'ing. took --ctond honK .
", hard Cal es. who placed
ii i passing, drop kicking and
kicking, took third plate
,. junior disown Bin Shuk -

first place in punting
] boot of 40 jards Billy Last
1"I" ] as second with 36 yards, 2 DaysSUPERVALUE 111EET1.
ii i Arnold Mcllwam, third with 'GDEFFNSE
\ ,iris wi

iii ]lapsing, Jom Billelo Tom-
Harris and Horace Gooding CooruNIrd1T10.VL EEDS
',>r first place with 38 yardsII
s "Forte and Bobby Chambliss
were second with 37 yards, and AND
lluoert Smith and Theodore Or-
rar_des. third with 3S! yards
In drop kicking Howard Kirby To be prepared for emergencies of whatever mag-
md Tommle Harris weer tied for DAYS
nitude is which
or urgency a requirement to telephone
lint place with 27 yards Theo- -
dore Carr Bobbie Delllnger and . company workers are accustomed.
... .. ."rI'rI'NtI'rIY'
Clarence Williams tied for second The National Defense Program is a new emergency

place Whitehead with Hubert 20 yards Smith, and and Lanier Sam Here's your last chance to save I to be met.New switchboards are being installed, several -

Biondo tied for third place with hundreds of items in i thousand miles of telephone lines have been strung

IS yards. In place kicking John on every and large scale telephone engineering projects are
Rufus BiUelo was Aihby first, Theodore with 30 yards Carr department during this great under way to serve the fifty newly approved and existing

Howard Kirby and Wilbur Caves sale. Look these splendid army and navy postS and air bases located in

were tied for second place with 21 up the territory served by this Company.

yards, and Bobble Dellinger and values articles for fam-
Lamar Griffin were tied for third on your Long distance communication facilities are also being

place with 22 yards home expanded and new circuits have been established to
ily Buy
your or your car.
In the ,
Junior division Tommie assure ample long distance telephone service between

first Harris place and honors John Billelo with two tied firsts for now and pocket the differenceor these military bases and all parts of the nation.

to their credit Billy Forte and buy additional needs. Southern Bell and the entire Bell System are in high

Theodore Carr came in second gear, meeting the nation's present defense needs and
with a balance of second and third
place between them Hubert prepared to adequately meet those of tomorrow

Smith, with a third In drop kicking tildslanal IM''
and a third in passing, came
in for third place honors in the
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Junior divisions Miami, Biscayne Boulevard, 13th to 14th Streets .r -

During the touch football season, -

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-- '.Friday;, NovemberJ5,.1940 THE 'LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pan Three

Hostess Finds Entertaining Easier Allen Neal's Father Elected last year. A. R. Caves and Free Technicolor Film

Fatally Injured b>. Car I Geo. N. Wskefield are serving I To Be Shown by F. F. A.

When She Uses Modern RefrigerationEntertainment and three-year Henry terms Brooker; and are W. R.serving Bird

Victor A. Neal S3 father of The Homestead Future Farmer
-- I Allen Neal alll.tont'mannaer of !two-year terms. chapter and the Chilean Nitrateof
at every woman ed humidity and temperature I The Rt. Rev W. H Moreland Soda educational bureau wiU
knows, means several hour of preserve their freshness and flavor Franklin's Grocery of this city retired bishop of !> sponsor a mov ng picture show In
food preparation especially if Even delicate party sandwiches t I was fatall Injured in Hillnndale ; Calif.. will be guest I acramC'nto'l technicolor on fertilizer practices

too keep safely In the { Friday when he stepped into the I II The church's budget for the ,Thursday evening at 7:30: oilock
special delicacies
are on her part
'cold'all' compartment. Frozen I path of a moving automobile at year will be presented and voted In the auditorium of Neva KIIIII
menu Recognition of these facts :
desserts and salads. of course. I
the Intersection of the Federal;on. Cooper School announces Gee !N
makes It clear that the homemaker be prepared and stored in the I i \\akefield head ofocationl\ agriculture -
Highway and the Beach road. He
With adequate food keeping facilities I- freezer. In fact type of food I !
every ,died with half an hour after he Narcotic Agent Talks In Homestead H i n !h
enjoys greater latitude ,in thetime used for refreshments which requires School
element of food preparation cold to keep it safe may be was struck To Local Lions Club
Allen Neal \\'ho'cnt to Hal- The public is invited Then is
since the may do her work early stored In a modern electric refrigerator -
landale Friday night after being no admission charge
and store the refreshments until An agent of the federal narcotic i
advised by telegraph of the accident I
time to serve them. I squad In Miami told Redland DIS-
"A homemaker without a modern said on his return yesterday trict Lions Tuesday night of the ,
3 Churches Hold Union
afternoon that the accident
was of Courteous Service
electric refrigerator" point nil narcotic drugs and of the Prompt
out the Webb brothers, local Service Picnic Sunday unavoidable on the part of the way in which narcotic agents op at the
driver of the automobile that
Frlgldaire appliance dealer. i erate The same talk was delivered ,
struck his fattier
"finds It necessary to prepare most, A combined service of the I to the Homestead Rotary i
Funeral services were held Sunday !'
of her refreshments almost at the Princeton, Silver Palm and Per- In Club some months ago and nar SINCLAIRService
last minute so they will be attractive rine Methodist churches. of which I and burial Hollywood was in Hallandale mortuary rated in detail in the columns of I
and tasty when it is time to the Rev Jesse E. Waller Is pastor Mr. this paper. The agent desired
Cemetery. Neal a carpenterhad
serve them to guests On the other will be held Sunday at the Princeton been a resident of Hallandalefor that his name be withheld from I StationJohn
hand ,the woman who owns an church at 11 a. nx to be fol 19 publication.
electric refrigerator. particluarly land I by a picnic dinner at noon He leaves years: Ms wife, Cynthia; : Judge Mitchell D Price. Miami'attorney i,
one with the 'cold wall feature, the quarterly conference Im- four sons, Allen Paul, Woodrow and Redland' District E. Davis, Prop.
her 1 after dinner.Dr. grove owner, will be the speaker
may prepare refreshments mediately the
I :and Daniel: three daughters, Faye 8, Krome Are flume till
I at next weeks meeting of the
hours .
ahead of time R. Z. Tyler former pastor
Jane, Ruth Jean and Jessie Lee;I
"All types of salads. for Instance ,of Trinity Methodist Church In and a brother, L. D. Neal all of Lions Club.
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may be arranged on individual -j. Miami and now superintendent of Hallajtdale i
plates and stored In the the Miami district of Methodist
'cold wall' section where controll-I churches, will preach the sermon GET fOUR STATEDriver's
St. John's Church to Elect
at the worship service and con-
ATTEND TRAINING CLASSES J duct the quarterly conference In Two Vestrymen Nov. 22
Members of Homestead Presbyterian the afternoon At the conference LicenseAT
Church who attended lead reports will be given concerning Two vestrymen to serve one I
ership training classes at West the activities of every. organization;year will be elected at the annual
minister Church In Miami Sundaywere of the church. parrish supper of St John's Episcopal I
: Dr. and Mrs Carl F. Rob Each family attending will bringa Church to be held No22 in JUSTICE OF THE PEACE OFFICEIN
inson, Mr. and Mrs Geo. M. Frick, basket lunch for the picnic d n-'the Sunday school building of the
Mr. and Mrs. A. F Darling, Mr nero Mr Waller said that all officials -Homestead Methodist Church HOMESTEAD 1
and Mrs. J. M. HoUerty Mrs. Paul and members of the churches The terms of A R. Livingston,
Haley Mrs. J. A. Ricks. Mrs C are urged to be present and who filled a vacancy caused b>
Odd Fellows Bids Open from 8 to I .
Ben Plummer, Mrs. James Nesbitt the public Is invited to any or all the resignation of Joseph Gauzens a. m. P. m.Q
and the Rev. Coo H. Ricks. of the days program and Lee H. Lehman have expired

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liBumrPTioH RATES /AMWS iOWS/AffA LAWYER,, i'EECAM6 ,-, p. m.
.M. .f l led> County .._ SI M A &.S. Education raises
TIll (N"NAAeY persons
[ATFRUS ;. above their
I surroundings and
Nazi Bible Distorts New A1TlJfNIYt'NFMISRA'TM1/ makes them masters of themselves
Testament 'Of OTA* AND SRAlrAltY rather than merely being

STATE YET ne Mere I ., creatures of circumstance
fliblc expert. after un exami- was # c/ratff of rue It Is not enough merely to
n '.on ,)f the Narifted New Tes- I CONFEDERACY NOR" 't I know how to get a living. it

U ment, recently published by the I THE UNITED > +1 is necessary to know hew to
Weimar Institute for research into Ih'eCIIlln Coolidge
fewish influence on church life, SPAT-E.S .

pronounced" it to be a distortion of / hill" AIf The trend of education varies
fundamental Christian doctrine r ,
r ae. ww. ito meet the emergency facing a
Published under the title "The nation, Today we face a defense
Message of God." the volume is a I I emergency

greatly condensed version of part SPIDER John W. Studebaker U. S. commissioner -
of the New Testament Including!I I TWO FEET of education says
only Matthew' Mark, and Luke "Perhaps the greatest challenge
and tells I the story of Christ as'I'I mIDG/ that confronts America today U

though it happened in Nazi Germany to prove that democracy can generate -
I I I and maintain the energy and
In their Epilogue" the editors!I M/GMTrSEA efficiency! which are necessary in
state that their aim is to present'Christ's I SPIDERS POUND meeting the requirements of total A

essential messege to the i s Iff OCEAN MFTHSAfACM preparedness We continue to believe '
Hitlerlzed German No reference I 6GANn&'AOI'IlTlON that in the long pull efficiency -
is made anywhere to Christ's Jew- Is the result of released Individual -
origin In seeking "to accomplish Initiative Imagination and
for their day what Luther leadership and that organizations
did for his," the editors state they can be democratically operated
am ittempting to cleanse the Cospel i without being cumbersome and In-
from the shackles of 'Judaen-1 I efficient."

(CtVmttan tradition which tht'ychum I ',u American workers teachers
has distorted the true char- 'Although Judah P. Benjamin became a Florida where he tools refuse In the old Gamble 1 school systems and public libraries

sell. and significance of leNa and national figure! In American politics during IheV.r Mansion near Bradenton. later escaping to : have responded Instantly b)' assuming -

Hi teaching. I ".\ Between the Slates', lie never technically England where he became one of the leading their share of the responsibility -
di Examples, of Nazificatton and became a citizen of either the Confederacy hamsters cf the British; Empire. Thus It was In this national defense ef-
rtion are to be found I .
in the jfort The
American Association
.ec'reaentauon of Jesus or the United Slates. It was In 1815 that his, that his great American died as he was born Library -
as entirely
"uiinun and suppression of all ali parents removed to this country from the British a British subject. The old Gamble mansion I'and the in National a statement Emergence'i Libraries

m to his divine origin The Vest Indies where Judah was born. After leaving scene of the historic Benjamin' episode. Is todayan i points out that librarians can

Jx ,mina on the Mount is .entitled i iHi Yale University, young Beit) mln went to interesting Confederate museum. I serve the national interest In the
huilds. a communlt\. The New Orleans where he passed the liar and SEA SPIDERS are found In depths varying f present emergency by considering
"i c' Col-, ; ) started on Ills brilliant career. The elder Benjamin from 1400 to 1600 fathoms and are usually I service for military establishments

l, an English Jew neglected to become e of a bright red. So extremely queer are these Industrial preparedness democracy -
'> Che period before arrest naturalized a fact that his distinguished son animals that coologists are compelled to provide i and its problems, maintaining -
uu crucifixion. is called "III, apparently overlooked. Following. the fall of them with a special place In a group I normal library service and
K mpf and is followed by His the Confederacy_ Benjamin made his way to designated as the Pycnogons. I i preservation of the worlds cul-
V '(orv At the Last Supper, I 1 I. Jtural materials
Christ does not offer his blood ]1l l 1 | So the march of education is
Au.uurAAAAA.A..A.uA The next In rank is Los 1"""' ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' ''''
fo "
(he of
redemption man but to ,instilling in every American man,
erect Reich for man>.," Christ's I IMMidrmnation : CURRENT Angeles with two and nine-tenths |woman and child the love of coun-
Is termed "Justiz-1 I New York Is at the foot of the class Children in CourtBy j try. A country where they may live

mord His summons to take up I!I COMMENT with but one car for each ten persons -I Judge Malcolm. lUtfield in freedom of thought, speech and
the cross and follow him .is entitled Miami also tops the state ''action, However, it is necessary

'Without faith and sacrifice By AGNEW WELSH in commercial trucks-7.873 to ._."..... ,.. ".,..."..? to be prepared to defend these liberties -
there i" no victory' no life '' j''AAA..A.... AAAAALAAAAAEdheres Jacksonville 6615 and Tampa I I. : : should eventuality present -
All reference to Christ's Jewish I!I Nda .rile. Webb v.imna.annnant. 5,399 : Itself Our national defensepI'OII'lm
'>r and to his an his 4 __...." wtath.rth. ]
I an being King of the Is like the oM axiom. "An
., be I..r......", o. .t mesas.. A in a medical Journal
1> are sMtematically suppress.t I with kli oplnloni. A d... remmooI .1.u. paper 1 Since all children are requiredto ,ounce of prevention Is worth a
<, ( hrist descent from David is'i I .. ... In ,A..... Wel h. 141 N. B.ttlK states that delirium tremens is get at least a public school edu1cation I pound of cwre"
,muted Thus Luke 2 4. which 8t. Mlirnl etaNight due to the absence of Vitamin public schools are the mo.t101lleal .
n orally rends "And Joseph also sound I like, to hear: the B-l in the liquor. Soon you may/( places to detect signs of
vt <11 up to Galilee out of the city chirp of a fat black cricket or the expect to see blazing forth in billboards possible future delinquency In| ,, Catherine Mayo best' known
'II Nazareth Into Judea the city I singing of a tree cricket, the hoot and advertisements the admonition order to facilitate such work, each for her book. "Mother India," died
df David which Is railed Itethle1''of an owl the bark of a dog or the : "Drink Old school system should provide the after a long Illness in Bedford
hem breaaw be wu Itf the hmi"e whistle of a locomotive-the latter (there are about 200 'Old' brands) services of a trained payehiatrl.tto Hills, N. Y. She had devoted forty
and family .( DavW. is 'two at a far distance. Completely Vitaminized aid in discovering children who |years to literary activities and was
senipd m II", N.II version "1'.1 e a show delinquent tendencies. Every especially interested in exposing
oU' the wind in hrnvier j type I It was recently my good fortune Miami's health officer has issued ,school system should provide sufficient !social or political conditions When
J,J"iph w described as a man ofj1G (I to certify to the good char- a warning against dressing I funds and proper methods "Mother India. was published m
flee and the whole I list of hisIforfather ] of a young man who applied wild rabbits and urges the use of i I jto accomplish the following results ;: 1927. It created an International
.: *, which in the book of'1 i for a surety bond. I wonder if rubber gloves for such purpose. : (1)) to discover diagnose'sensation It was burned in India
Matthew goes back to Abraham young men realize the nature of due to danger of contracting certain and treat each Individual case of defended In the House of Com-
I, u ind Jacob is eliminated 1'these inquiries'1 Here are some of fever Last year 20 such cases potential or actual delinquency, )'I imons and praised by Gandhi At
The story of the circumcision of{I''the important ones: does he drink, were reported with one fatality (2) to help enrich the curriculum ''the time of her death Miss Mayo
Je us M similarly omitted. anything 'gamble, speculate or bet on the and two cases have already been individualize the methods of Instruction '. ;''present w' s Working on a book on the
which might represent Him 1 races' Does he pay his debts and noted this year and also provide adequate day traffic. a In. narcotics
as claiming i to bring salvation toj'live within his means, and whattype recreational facilities I
the Jews Is suppressed Thus In I I'' are his associates? Better take good care of throughout the year: (3to provide i!I I Literary critics agree that "For
your I
AI Whom the Bell Tolls" Is Ernest
Luke mental
2:5.: where the original text! "peepers" A professional shows hygiene clinics an ,
that The comptroller of Florida reports child training education niHemmingway's!I best work The
so" 'there was a man in we obtain 87 cent' of for bot
U> Uem whose name was Jer-I( that more than 83 million knowledge through them our I adults and high school students I i 1;author has given an artists touch
looking for the constitution of dollar passed into the state treasurers cent seven If all schools were to establish To this story of the Spanish Civil
per through
hearing and
iv' lei ." the Nazified version' hands for the fiscal year three and one-half through touch.I psychological clinics. It would I I I War wherein Intrigue loyalty and
loaves out mention of his home ending June 30. This sum included eventually be potable to abolish I'deceit all have their place In thu
and represents him as Cooking for federal matching. funds in the, Sir Isaac Tootleberry /the Juvenile court There Is. fight for humanity
the 'the kingdom of God In Luke sum of 12,594.610 That looks likea "Heard a try-oh of gals with I however" no indication that our Robert Jordan an American'
, 315 where Jesus Is hailed i as whole lot of money to squeaky ,'olt'f'r'ln' to that public schools usurp the duties' of teacher of Spanish the hero doesn
"I.ht; ;In the illumination of the I one state negro spiritual 'Batttin' Down the I the Juvenile court. They not proto be a superman.He
Gentiles and the glory of Thy 1 operatt'i Walls o' Jerry-Co' an' they could- fail to Interest themselves in the loses his life In performing the
pi* of br..I.Nazi \.... Of the cities of over n't make good W'y to personalities of their maladjusted dangerous task to which he has u:
sing a
substitutes! "and salvation for JIf'O-I population a national \ spiritual. good an' pupils or their environments As been assigned. Through the whole
w ) awaited, It.11'n tion shows Miami has the to hale01t't'B that'll proper you got :the school controls the education I II story towers La Pilar. the wife ot J
not '
(i 1- In the ortgmal version rate of auto ownership per Individual shake the rafters but only I of a chiM: I,Pablo Pitnr disillusioned Chief-
be born for 'the falling and rising of any city in the United floor trimble," make the 1,bein a position toeoffertgreater lain of the guerillas It Is the w ifeif.who
up of many In Israel" the last two ':States the percentage one car for ,service in rehabilitating lives I is the powerful Influence of
w'o omlttrd I each two and eight-tenths person During the first World War delinquents who pan through Ito( 'this band This is not Just another
a doors 'war story but vibrant with
Moitgn! fu':tnt distortion of then French general commandeer-d
,nal Biblical text is to be found I I that He ta M* and there b I 1.000 taxicabs to rush 14090 The cause of delinquency must life of a people struggling for a
in Mark 12:J8. which rearh I i none other than He In this I troops to the battle of the MIme be discovered in each individual cause in which .they belie c
C .' of the scribes cane and asked I caw Jesus' statement is completely |North Carolina says its fleet of case; an adequate follow-up treatment .
Ji i I' What commandment is the I ly I distorted by omission of the 4600 school busses could moo should be applied before the Several weeks ago Hen"r 'ge .
t: if Jesus answered: The firstI!j black words The reason for this I 200,000 men That state claimsto difficult can be removed Both Press asked fifty literary en:uto
1 Hear. 0 Israel the ford Is our may be found In 1M fact that carry more t"tIldren to school the parent and the teachers name the ten leading clas<''t of 1
God the Lard 1st one. And thou Jesus WIll quoting Deuteronomy |I II than any other one .( the Union should correct all forms of undesirable American literature" So far 1\ i'ni .
I live the Lord thy God. I eA 4-5 which are among the holiest I and at a lower cost--S690 per, behavior at its first manifestation ity have replied "'Mobv 1) k '
: I the scribe said unto him Of phrases of Jewish ritual-Christian ''pupil. as against the national overage The new JllYt'holOlkalCont.nu'd leads with twenty vote "l. cj

s it' Mi=1 ttr than hasl "f'U..d. Advocate i of $19 per pupil, / on Page Five) (Continued on Pace rive

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1111 11111111111I11111111I::11II11I11I1I1111II1Ir. !I of flowers Booby prizes went to $40,000 bond issue was devoted to :PLAYERS MUST 'Scouts HoldIl'l'tin: (

I i Mrs J. J. Hubbard who was given I the purchase of a 30 k. vv generator As Holding Return
''a big black bottle containing exactly run by a 60 horse power De ;

| one fish and Albert Hufebard LaWrgnc horizontal type engine OBSERVE RULES 1 : : -
Tin first naming of the H melt -
20 Years Ago was married a carton of cigarettes In September 1919. m ele-
I' ',id Scout Ti
Boy wp simx tin
lion was held at u bleb $15 000 SAYS
return if Scoutmaster Spat knloln
-"The mall son -of Mr. and was almost unanimously voted In :
Holding from
i Mri W O. Talbot was not able to the purchase of an additional unit a I"Imonth111.6- I ]
Ii/rIUIQIIIIIUIIIIIUIIaIUIliVIII! :IIIIIJ attend school this week on accountof i for the light plant. Owing to i By T. J. KIEIFR 'I lion wan held last night in tee E
sickness :' (Silver Palm). market conditions the bonds were I Homestead basketeers. Wit h Sunday "school building. I
Th. f.tl./lie items .... I I and "
art talon plans made
were for 100
beam from 161. of the -.... -"Mr. and Mrs Howard Schaff not sold so the Bank of Homestead two week of practice under their a percent I
tor': .....11....d AI.,. IL ins.as returned Tuesday from n vacation agreed to purchase them bt-Itl. are rapidly rounding Into ] attendance meeting next I !
...the. Booth li.r/da Banner and trip through Texas several months The shape Fundamentals such Thursday night at the same pbce
o.t. 37. 1111 with w .._ and Kansa."R. .. ago en- as Prior to
stood 1,46dow. J. Sellers, local expreagent Installed i* a shooting. passing. dribbling and the meeting the scouts
ssFairbanksMorse took part In B. Y. P
a U.
Nov. 11. 1920 and Miss Elizabeth vertical type guarding have taken up most of training
a teacher in the Homestead I I developing 100 horse power at 257 'the time. It is felt that sny offense course
-"Sad beyond description 1* schools, were quietly united In ''r. p. m. The fuel used is crude oil or defense. no matter how I James Roberts assistant scoutmaster -
the terrible accident which occur- matrimony on Saturday evening I of which It uses about eight gallon well put together' Is no better than had been m charge of the

cd Saturday night, taking the life laL They are at present making an hour. .' I the fundamentals upon which It troop with assistance from Troop'Commi'teeman

of one and possibly crippling another their home with C. T. Harper and,, -"Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Hall depend Realizing this the player W. E. Rhcney' durIng -
According to the facts family on Flagler avenue"Nor of Covington, K,. are visiting Mi have gone into drill with pep : Mr. Holdings! absence
., developed at the coroner'I Inqueston Halls sifter Mrs. Berger: ." and enthusiasm with the knowledge Present Mist night were Mr.
Sunday morning the two, Mrs II, 1S2IA -"L. H. Schweitzer a residentof that fundamentals unless Holding. Mr Roberts Mr Rheney

F. P Cahoon and daughter Zeda -" regular meeting of the Florida City for the past three thoroughly mastered will not and Home the following scouts: Lonnir
were walking near the center of John G. Salley Post No. 43 of the year passed away Tuesday morn- produce the desired results With Little Smith Johnnie
Krome avenue on their way home. American Legion Post was held in Ing at 8 o'clock at his home on'mastery, of fundamentals comes Peter Searcy Htnry
A truck driven by J. C Vann was the town hall on Wednesday evening Seventh street Death was causedby satisfaction, poise. and confidenceso Gerald. Lynn Irwin. Rufus Ashby

approaching them from the rear A committee composed of Bright disease .Mr Schweitzer essential to every successful Andrews Billy Dickinson,
bearing rather dim lights. Behind has been in team. Kirby Richard d* Mario
Fred Lucas ,Ray L. Hainon. W. B. poor health' I and John
the truck some distance wasa Strickland and C. E. Cushman for some time He was 75 yearsof Also of utmost Importance In McLean

car with dazzling lights which were appointed as an investigating I age at the time of his death the organization of an athletic -.M."."........._..'"'......" "
flashed ahead of the truck on one committee for the purpose of making Three yean ago he wa united -I team are loyalty strengthening ofwill
tide, deceiving the ladies at to its the necessary plans to secure in matrimony with Mrs Mae and self-discipline These IMRARYFACTSContinued

position, and also cutting off what a home for the John G. Salley I|'(11. Summers. (Florida are as necessary to a team as the --.............-.._. ..__._
Jight; the truck had It was then post. Plans are laid for the I I| City.) I II ability to play the game Perhaps ( From
that the truck struck them, killing formation of the Homestead Auxiliary : they are more Important because Page Four)
Mri Cahoon instantly and break unit to the John G. Salley they go deeper They develop and of Grass hat nineteen: "Walden. '

ing Miss Zeda s right leg bellde'i post and the same will be organ I Children in Court : reveal the real character of the -Htukleberry Finn" and Emerson>

fracturing her skull and causing ized In the immediate future. ."11 individual who i is performing be- essays each' hive received tourt'fn' -
minor injuries Mr. Vann s"The new packing house of fore the spectators oft the commun- ; Poe < stories have Uelv. ;
exonerated it being brought out the Royal Palm Truckers' Association (Continued from Page Four) ity As he plays.J he Is being "The Scarlet Utter," eleven,
that his light complied with the Is finished and Is now being I| labelling certain children as de- judged by his tfmmatei! classmates :Franklin autobiography ten.
law. and he was on his own side equipped for packing all kinds of Ilinquenta: by placing them in special -| and the adults who attend Tom SlIwyer". nine. and the Ua.t
of the road. The city street lights vegetables The house was built I I clas'cs Finally all agencies the.!.. game. Hi performance, of the Mohicans and Emily DiekInson -

were not lit at the tune combined by J. W Conner. ." attempting to aid children should, whether he realizes It or not ere 's poems seven each.
with the fact that It was rainymade -"W. J. Clark Teft Wednesday unite in one definite program to tea a touting impression of his I errvvtrvtrrvevtt7vtrrrvvvrtr.
it very dark Burial was In for West Palm Beach where he I supplement the work of the home worth as an indivIdual.( .
Ocala the former home of the Ca- I Ihoon. will be employed for several weeks and school In order for a basketball .
.. on Wednesday of this II on surveying work." The problem of delinquency is'to be In condition to give
week" |I so complex that its manifestation best In a game he mutt not PlaY"1 EXPERTBARBERING
I -"Dr. J. A. Sutton Mrs. R. T '
cannot be eradicated by the school i drink eat sweets '
Rosclla Camber will take the Jackson, Miss Josephine Pratt and I or
place of Mrs. Carrie Snow In the 1 Miss 1 Fanny Himon; : alone. It requires all the united hours. No player can 'juke' and
are attending
post office taking up her dutieson the Baptist Association meeting at i I efforts of the school the home and' play winning basketball A boy
Monday" 'Fort Lauderdale this week." the community to solve this problem who does not conscientiously keep I

-"C. E. Fox and son, William -"The Berean Class of the Bap I The visiting teacher and the training will not hold up! under
of Columbia Mo.. arrived Satur tist Sunday school held Interesting attendance officer however can ';the terrific pace he will be expected -
day to spend the winter and also meeting at the Moon an homeon I greatly assist In the discovery and to keep from November I HAIRCUT ...... JOc
to raise some tomatoes I eradication of delinquency by through March If a player disregards -
Tuesday evening Mrs J. T sharing their confidences with both training rules he breaks SHAMPOO ...... lOc
Lester L. Moser and family Vann and Miss OIlie Alllgood be I!
the home room teacher and the faith with
the student body if
;: or
returned Friday afternoon of tail ing the hostesses Officers '
were MASSAGE ..... 40cBUSH'S
parents. Frequent visits to the he falls to keep himself in physical
week from a motor trip to Indiana elected after which a social evenIng -
I home by the teacher and attend ,and mental condition he will be
whei they \ sited relatives was enjoyed. The officers
once officer help to maintain a unable to do his best and if he
-' :hiss Myrtle Moon left Tuesday elected are: President, Mrs. R. L of
spirit co-operation between the falls to justify their confidence
fu: .i fortnights visit withfriends H mon; treasurer, Miss Joseph; I home and the school The isitmg in him he may pay the penaltyof

and relative In ConfluentPa Pratt; and recording "secretary teacher can advise both the parents I'' social disapproval J by his group
Miss Othelia Fuchs. .
: I and the home room teacher ,aijd perhaps the community at BARBERSHOP
-\Irs. A. T, Jackson returned -\laud Hunt daughter of Mr :large,
Wednesday i from Rochester M nn.. and Mrs J W. Hunt, and Chas I']behavioris-tic homestead High School boys

where he has been In the Mayo Rucker were quietly married by teacher usually possesses special" I have an enviable i ipcorrt in games

Ei tlus hospital, undergoing ,I Rev B. D. Bourn on Monday last.//training which enables him to'won and each \c.ar]i the soil l in to
ttuou operation ." point out many obscure symptoms I better! the resin idnf jiuvi IOUS years.

-Ed. J. Cooper and wife, parent '':''Jack OKU.cn of Pompano i and thus suggest a remedy. 'Therefore each, player: should be N. KROME
of Harry Cooper And a son. came down Saturday to visit his Rural teachers should be trained I determined ill I hoc \vn heart that !

I. W Cooper of Seattle, Wash. arrived son, Roy, for a few days. to differentiate between the child I he c in't bt besot by tiny but abetter II

this week drl'/'"' thiuughWomtgi -"Mr*. A>lm Anderson ol with a deep seated emotional con I te.inn. :'nd,, I that you can't I [ .

: Kans." Pikesboro Ala, and two childrenare fllct end the youngster who i 1. 1 bent a team t that 1\ "n't bt beaten ....................... I
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expected Sunday to join Mr passing through a temporary diturbance '
Nov 4. 19:0While .
Anderson, who has been here Such a teacher could

-" making a call at Na- some time He has built a house 're-direct the child into taw apes i
ran). on Wednesday, Dr. J. A at Red land which they will occupy of activities which w "ild IUIlI-I i

Smith had the misfortune to have They will be accompanied hereby ,note certain, feelings of ]nrl'II"'lty.

his new Buick burn upV ith the Lamar Dickinson also of Pikes injustice etc I i
exception of the engine and the boro" I

two front wheels, the car is d."Another era of the development Lei GARLIC Help Fight IndorsedUSED i
The cause of the fire is unknown of Homestead was entered
"s yet. ." last Monday when the new unit of Harmful Colon Bacteria

-"Election night a number of the local electric light plant was .smso CARS i iI
people gathered at Homestead Hotel put into active operation .I n Lon/na race And missing daroe.IR; |
fc A.rh., and dUtlnx. DKARUORN
> Trr
to play 500 and while away the 1913 the first electric light plant ......... C.rH. T.bUt.. Come I.
time while election returns were was installed to fill the growing flSHy a.* f M a lass total M>4.... I uur used ran slotr represent good value but the I
coming In. All enjoyed the evenIng needs of the town. $15.000 of the .t Dixie Drag. one listed below are manually choice and w. recommend I II I
I any one of them for your coniildmtlan. ;
and also luncheon
the which I ,, ,
Was served at midnight Those .............go..............................
L present were: Carl Deden and 1

wife. Albert Hubbard and wife I We truthfully say:-
Airs J J Hubbard Chas T.FIlCh. 1938 rq.NTIAr MOOIl) SE!>AN-4> rln.l! I I .

.. Sr.. and wife Chas T. 4 paint ; good tires; looks new inside; radio; ,

Fuchs, Jr., and wife. Lee Lehman PONTIACIs priced below the market.
and wife Frank Rue and wife

Fred C. Gamer and wife, Mrs J.
:A. Copper Dr J. A. Smith and

wife Miss Othelia Fuchs and F. + 1939 FORD FOKDOR TOURING SEDAN( -
H Redd Th prize winners were The NEWEST Car
radio original paint priced right.
:Dr. J. A. Smith, who received a ; ;

box of cigars and Mrs Smith was FOR 1941 t
presented with a beautiful basket

It's really : SI-UAN-new tires; very clean.

C. J. BROWN CO. : a NEW Pontiac I


Refrigeration Service. : SEE rONTIAC'S TORPEDO FLEET tires and paint; priced right.

ElectricalContracting Preston B. Bird Motor Co.
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: 8, Krome Avt. Opposite Tag Office I !

CAVES BLPG j 24-HOUIt ,WRECKER SERVICE South Krome Ate Phone 18 i


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I Saone Social Events in South Dade SEEMS



-- announcing the engagement of

The engagement of Miss Eleanor I taught m Perrine Junior High her daughter. Miss Shirley Hark-I William Benjamin Edwards, son room on the arm of her father. by !

I Ruth Holferty. one of the dutrict i School. She also taught journal- ness to Charles L. Sellers of Mrs Virginia Edwards was I whom she was grven in marriage, :
:inn during the past two summersat I cadia Fla. married Saturday evening to Miss and was met at the altar by the t
mOil popular young women to': Northwestern and is now on'I The marriage will take place Sarah Margaret Darsey at the groom and his best man Mr Ru-

Floyd Gorden Arpan of [\'aftltoo.1|the faculty of the National next June. I home of the bride in Sunny Side I dolph Aebi of Newnan his broth

Ill. is being announced by Mr nalism Institute it Jour-I) .. .. .. ... ... Ga er-in-law.
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and Mr Joseph M Holferty of Last winter she was a member of : The"Caiendar Mrs Edwards left the preceding! Mias Danny was stunning In
South AUapattah Gardens. parent the advertising i staff of Radio Station I I Thursday the weddingand her attire of sea gull blue with
of the brlde-e lee!. WQAM In M ami. Miss Hol -"..?-.."-NNNNMH"....-,,HN.NN ,. to I'n son-in-law and I which she used soldier blue accessories

The marriage will take place ferty is a member of the University I Nov. 43-Benefit fish fry supper daughter Mr. and Mrs Rudolph She wore a single orchid'at

Dec. 21 in the Lev ere Memorial Club of Homestead and she In. Red la n d Community 1 Aebl and their son Billy Bush,I' her shoulder .
Chapel in Evanston served last year as chairman of Church who live at Newnan Ga, thirty- "Mrs. Darsey. mother of the

Milt Holferty a graduate of the Lily Lawrence Bow Book Review Nov Canvassers supper of 1 five miles from Sunny Side. She bride. was pretty in her dress of ">

Redland High School, received a Club. St. Johns Episcopal Church in 1 returned Tuesday. soldier blue with which she used if-

B.A. degree from the College of Mr. Arpan son of Mrs. Nora church. Following Is the account of the dark accessories and a corsage of w

William and Mary in Williams- Arpan of Evanston is an assistant Nov. 15.-Meeting of Homestead I wedding given by the Griffin white carnations The groom's
burg, Va.. and an M A, degree In professor of Journalism r' Northwestern i Home Demonstration Club In Neva I News: mother was lovely In powder blue .-
journalism at Northwestern Unl- and director the National !with black accessories and a cluster -
King Cooper
Institute. He "Beauty and simplicity markedthe of sweetheart roses and tube
venity She if a member of Chi Journalism
Nov. 15 Pot-luck of
I supper I
Sarah Margaret
of Miss
both hit B.A. and M.A. marriage ro.es.II .
Delta Phi, national literary hon- received
Ad Astra
Chapter of O E S
orary sorority Before teaching in degrees at Northwestern He is Darsey of Sunny Side and "Immediately following the solemn
honoring Masons and their wives II
of Delta Chi Mr. William Benjamin Edwards of rites the guests were invited
the Homestead Junior High School i iyear a member Sigma oNoISMIIslon
before last Miss Holferty |national journalism fraternity I' study class of Winter Park Fla.. on Saturday Into the dining room where a delicious
Homestead W. S. C. S
evening November 9. at thehomeof dinner was served buffet
Nov. 18,-B, P. W. C. luncheon the bride Mr. and I
parents style The table was overlaid witha
REMAND P. T. A DECIDES TO CHANGE I meeting at Folliard restaurant at Mrs Ralph H. Darsey in Sunny white cloth and centered withan

I FROM AFTERNOON TO NIGHT MEETINGS 12 o'clock. Side at 8 o'clock. The Rev. J. W. arrangement of white flowers.flanked .
\ Nov. 18-Garden Club meeting
Gardner of McDonough performed i on each side by burning
at home of Mrs. Elberta Bule
-- the solemn double ring ceremony tapers. Valley lilies tied with
The Redland P T A. at its No- band members vrill be formed itl I' Nov. 18 Meeting of Monday In the presence of a gathering of white satin ribbons. were placed .'

\(mber meeting, held in the was decided to cooperate in Music Club with Mrs Julian H. friends and relatives of the popular on the table as favors for the /
school auditorium Friday afternoon I Ing the band raise money helP-I'Webster couple. I guests

voted to change the regular struments and uniforms Nov 19-All-day meeting of "An improvised altar of southern I i After the dinner, Mr. and Mrs .
meeting hour to 8 m and to hold' l i Homestead W. S. C. S. in Royal ,, I
p. The following delegates were i smilax ferns, white chrysanthemums Edwards left for a wedding trip
the meetings on the second Wed- elected to attend the state convention Palm State Park. and gladioli was formed in the destination of which was not
nesday of each month instead of m Miami: Mrs. Heinlcin Nov. 19 -All-day mission study the living room of the Darsey announced and upon their return ;

the second Friday. The change was Mrs. Carl Wagner Mrs. D R. Snyder course of W. M U. in Sunday home where the vow were spoken will make their home in Winter j

made to enable more parents to Mrs J. A. Rotherham Mrs. school building beginning at 10 This was arranged before the mantel Park, Fla, where the groom is a 1

attend the meetings Mrs Herman A. D. regie Mrs A. W. McVicker o'clock. in the room which was banked druggist." 1
Helnlein. the president, presided. Mrs. C. F. Henmngton Mrs. A. L. Nov. 20-Business meeting of wit h greenery Two seven- Many out-of-town guests at- 1
At the next meeting Dec. 11. Campbell Mrs Arthur DavisMrs W. M U. at 2.43 clock. branched candelabra were placed tended the wedding '
a holiday program will be given, Frank Hathaway Mrs. W. W. Nov. 21-Executive board meeting at the altar and preceding the The bride attended Georgia .j;
it was announced, and the Red- Bethea, Mrs Clyde Gosaman and of Woman's Club of Homesteadat ceremony William Darsey young State College for Women In Milt 'J

land School band will play. Refreshments Mrs. O. W. Calkins. 8p.m. brother of the bride, lighted the ledgeville, and she has been em- \
will follow the program Nov. 21.-Meeting of Junior candles ployed in the Griffin bank. i
Music Club with Mrs. Bevo Webb.
"Prior to the solemn rites, Mrs The bridegroom after graduation
made LOCAL P. T. A. DELEGATES Nov. 22-Annual congregation Homestead High School attended
Announcement was that Carl Richardson aunt of the bride, from
Chas L. Ooley, safety chairman ATTEND STATE CONVENTION supper and meeting of St. Johni played Because." "To a Wild the University of Alabamaand

will present a safety program in The Homestead P. T. A. was I Nov. 22.-Redland Home Dem- Rose" and Traumerei," and the was graduated from Southern

the near future represented at the state conven- onstration Club meeting at 2 p. mIn conventional wedding marches I[College of Pharmacy in Atlanta,

The association discussed plans tion of the Florida Congress of Redland Community Church. were used He is now one of the proprietorsin
fnr presenting a play to raise Parents and Teachers in Miami Nov. 25.-Election of officers ol 1 The beautiful bride entered the a Rexall store In Winter Park

fund for new blinds for the Wednesday and Thursday by: Mrs. Jennie Lobdell Circle at meeting
at home of Mrs Field
1 library windows M F. White Mrs. Ben Archer Lloyd

An organization or parents of Mrs R. II Done Mrs. R. E. Anderson Nov. 28.-Social meeting of {! ? IfifJt *T MsV tvl MM Wtlt M* .
Homestead Woman Club
J Mrs Clifton DeBerry Mrs.
MRS RUDOLPH: \TTSONt James Nesbitt. Mrs A. W. Hutah- Nov. 27-Meeting of Redland W .
S. C. S. with Mrs W
Mrs Paul Frank Still- I' DIXIE DRUG
Inson Mrs T. S: Kirby. THE
I Reynolds and Mrs C. Hagler Rice
Mrs Mattson elected Nov. 30-Third annual Junior
The RedlanrVF. T. A. was rep- .\ roiKHomestead
i president of the Lily Lawrence resented by: 1 Principal and Mrs/ Woman Club cabsret Fla. Phones 30 and 9101SHAVING ,
1. Bow Book Review Club at a meeting Carl Wagner Mm Herman Hein- Dec. Meeting of Y. W A. ol

held in the library Wednesday lein Mrs O. W. Calkins Mrs. D I First BaptIst Church of Home-
night stead at home of Miss Ellen Vann. p
R. Snyder Mrs. C F Hennington tj'ettM
Dec. Business
:Mrs J. E. Gauzens was elected Mrs. J. A. Rotherham Mrs A. L. I meeting of!

; vice-president and Mrs. R. J. Hester Campbell Mrs Frank Hathaway Junior Woman's Club. COMBINATION
Dec. 2-Meeting of W. M. U,
was elected secretary and and Mrs. Arthur Davis.MRS.
i -......"tin jasurer Lawrence Becker and Mrs I Dec Business meeting ol tube Lavender Shaving Cream
I : KIIENEY AND MOTHER Homestead W. S. C. S. in church
Hester reviewed the book Trees Blades.e
cf Heaven" by Jesse Stewart. HONORED AT LUNCHEON Dec. Spaghetti dinner andfood and 10 K/enzo Super Thin
sale of Sacred Heart SocietyDec .
At the next meeting to be held The Rain or Shine Club honored ,
I tier 11 in the library Mrs B M. Mrs W E Rheney and her mother Meeting of Legion Aux- You open who went I BOTH 41t9

i Hindman and Mrs W J. Krome Mrs. W. P. Parker of Jacksonville iliary at 8 p. m. real honest-fo-good.ess c *
Dec. 10.-Business meeting ol f .ha.e"ot this tomb FOR 4yi 9
will report on the book "Beloved at a luncheon given by Mrs Homestead Woman's Club notion, Gvo your fag. b ty
Returns." by Thomas Mann Fred Redd at her home Nov '7. a frost.
Dec. 11-Meeting of Redland P THEN+ STORESPECIAL
Present at the meeting were: I A hankerchlef shower was given T A.at8p.m.
Mrs T. J Blcler Mm S L. West Mrs Rheney In observance of her
Dec 11-Book Review Club
!Mr Hmdman Mrs Becker Mrs !birthday anniversary.
Mattson Mrs Gauze. Mrs meeting in library. for COLD DISCOMFORT
I Covers were laid for: Mrs Lee ,
Krome. Mrs. Hester and Mrs B. H Lehman, Mri Helen Hackler,

: A. Tibbcts a guest Mrs Frank B. Rue Mrs C. J. Par- I Box of 30 Special Cold Tablets

man Mrs T. J. Faust Mrs Frank
T1IIRSD\Y NIGHT CUB I Skill Mrs Jew L. Faith Mrs I fJ and tube Analgesic Balm
I IRheney
Mrs. Parker and Mrs
Thursday Night" Bridge Club Redd. a should eOc VALUE
keep ,
met Nov 7 at the home of Mr. and big tpceiil you
I I '" on hand for the discomfort of Both for only
Mrs T J. Faust In South Miami. ...
Mr and Mrs. Frank Webb were IART CLASS PLANS FOR I i aches and pains ef colds,

winners of the prize for club members D.yT BISCUNE BAY simple neuralg e pains, etc,

and Mr. and Mrs. J. R Brooks Homestead Art Club members And real l laving 39C

were winners of the prize for !plan to go to the bay Saturdayby I ?raw**I nonucri39.t

guests '[ way ot Mowry canal road dcaut
Members who attended were: They will have a picnic meal at ( % dt w Defender
Mr and Mrs. Bevo Webb Mr. and I twelve o'clock.
Mrs Julian II Webster Mr and
Mrs Lee H. Lehman. Mr and Mrs I ", ,,Ii.. ..,.. !;,,,,...,, pMp,lasting wan ofuqunlt C y a se PTY WATER BOTTLE
loe llna, with,B mi Ceo N. Wakefield Mr nd :Mrs tatrlou BMthod 11 Coed,
DR. R. S. AKERS n a l.rve..bl. w.t.r
Webb and Mr ind Mrs SOPIUM bottle..t.
Frank aH comfortable t GE 2 qt. M.d of !17.0
Faust i PHOSPHATE tubb.t
; JLk for
Guests were: Mr. and 1\11' C" DENTISTOffice
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J. Par man. Mr. and Mr, f1r"'k. Mildly
and Mr.. Chis T. Fuehs.rDr. Moan: ( a. m. la 5 p, la: JItUllTltiquLAIN flow of bile. Try"L

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fr Friday November 15. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Seven '


"I Social EventsMISS I'I't ,I Enlarging the present floor-of,I-borough. Jr., daughter of Mrs.

the RcdUnd District Chamber of f I Connelly, will assist in directingthe
t j
} Commerce building to more than east
G twice Ha present me will be started I The principal feature of the
tomorroy by workers who will: show will be an Indian dance

: ELIZABETH JANE BOW WILL MARRY donate their service I m order that I I number, similar U a dance presented .
the third annual Junior Woman'sClub In the moving picture
f' LIEUT. RAILEY MACEY IN MIAMI THIS FALL Cabaret can be held in the' Buik Benny Rides Again" by

P. I building Nov JO The cabaret in eight warriors and eight squaw,

of Miss Elizabeth year. She is a graduate of Miami I sponsored by both the Woman Eight or ten members of the
e The i Club of Homestead and the Junior, senior club will d> a dance in old-
Edison High School j
Jane Bow of Miami to Lieut and Florida
Woman'. Club of HomeiteadJ fashioned costumes
Railey W. Macey, Jr., of Redland II State College for Women and t ul t I I II Tickets for the cabaret may be
both former teachers in theY charter member of Cheflxico chapter I D Conner will supervise the I purchased from any member of
Homestead High School, is announced D. A. R.Lieutenant. : I work The pouting! of cement I either club.
by the bride-elect mother ( Macey son of Mr i around the floor will probably be i The pl'Ot't't'ds111 be used for

Mrs Richard Lawrence Bow of and Mrs. R. W Macey of Redland, I done next week Booths ext'nd-I the building fund.
Miami. i Is a graduate of Redland High ing into the center of the buildingwill I
The marriage will take School and of the University of be removed temporarily :MR. AND MRS. FRED: REDD
t this winter at Holy Cross Episco-I Florida where he was in the Reserve A larger floor will provide more I ENTERTAIN EMPLOYEES: :
pal Church In Miami with only Officers Training Corps. He dancing room and a better view of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Redd entertained -
.. relatives and close friends attending was cadet teacher and office assistant the floor show The Junior club the employees of Redds
" of Principal B M. H nd- MRS. JAMES L. BIRD plans to give other dances In the Dry Cleaners and Laundry at their

Mss Bow U a granddaughter man of the Homestead schools last President Junior Woman Club building home with a picnic supper recently -
yet Mrs. Lily Lawrence Bow, year and this year until he was of Homestead Try-outs for chorus numbers I ,
founder of the Homestead municipal called Into active service several have been held three nights this! Among those attending were:
library which bears her months ago. He is stationed at week by Mrs. Lillian Connelly of Mr and Mrs. Russell McGinnis,
f>name She taught home economics Fort Knox, Ky., for a )'ear's army Miami who Is :In charge of the I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Severy, Mr.
:; In the Homestead schools last:I duty. HONORED AT SHOWERMrs cabaret The final selection of T. T. Dow..n one of the first employees -

a Delma Rhodes was honored five or ilx choruses will be mode Milfred and Warrene Se\'-

I PRINCETON CLUB SEES teach from a book, Publishing with a miscellaneous bridal next week. Mrs. Thai Pi Chee.I'RISflPU .-I ery, Miss Teresa Redd, Emory

| TABLE DECORATIONS Glad Tidings," at an all-day mission shower given yesterday afternoon Dearing, James Redd, Hugh
J. Centerpieces for a Thanksgivingtable study course of the societyto "' CARL \GNER Bowen and Mr nd Mrs Redd.
and suggestions for Christ- at the home of Mrs. P.I.. Posej;
be held in the church Tuesday. '
fe o mas gift were shown and discussed The meeting will start at 10 o'clock byIrs.. Posey and Mrs Nell I
the duties of the individual TO :mET TODAY
i" by Miss Eunice Grady, county and a covered dish luncheon will Jeffry Mrs Rhodes before her -
to see that our natural resources The Homestead Home Demonstration
| home demonstration agent, at a be served at noon. marriage was Miss Claudine Hill-
are not destructively used Club will hold a merlin
f business and work meeting of the The regular monthly business lard
Carl Wagner spoke la the \\oman today it 9 30 o'clock in the Neat
Princeton Home Demonstration meeting of the society will be heldat Mrs. Selma Reitz won a prize in School.
Club of in the King Cooper
Homestead Tuesday
'Club at the home of Mrs
Friday 2:45: o'clock Wednesday announced a slogan guessing contest. VarIOus
J:L. Murray. Mrs. Frank Irwin president other games were played duringthe Mrs. H K Foulk, president, announced REDLAND W. S C S. MEETS
1 One table decoration consisted I Miss Florence Walker area afternoon that a member of theomans WITH :MRS THUS BREWER

'of two bright red:e'n I as holders 1 supervisor of the WPA housekeeping Chicken salad, cake and pum'hwere \\ Co-operative League of Mrs. Thomas Brewer was hostess
for yellow frosted aid, will give a short talk. served Miami will display articles made to the \\omans Society of

.; grapes on autumn leaves Miss) Present were: Mrs J W Con- by that organization at the next Christian Service of the Redland
) Grady suggested making turkeys, CATHOLIC SOC'lETYrLA ner, Mrs. Wilbur Reed, Mrs. J. F. meeting of the club, Nov. 26 at 3 Community Church at her home
of pine cones with crepe paper for S FOOD SALE Rhodes, Mrs Cora Daniels. Mrs. o'clock. I Wednesday afternoon. Mrs H. J.
the tail Members of the Sacred Heart Harold Evan Mr.. Gerry Reeve Present at the meeting were: Armstrong, president, had charge
met at their clubhouse
',' Among the gift suggestionsmade Society Mrs J. B. Hilliaid Mrs. Norman Mrs. J. D. Perkins, Mrs. J. T. of the meeting
at the work meeting were Wednesday to make final plans for Benson, Mrs. D. S, Conner, Mrs. Hall, Jr., Mrs W. E. Rheney, Mrs Mrs. A. W January gave .a
'f j dolls ice tea coasters and bedroom the annual spaghetti dinner and Claudia Sullivan, Mrs. Frank Ir- J. R. Brooks, Mrs J. F. Hammett, reading "I Will Abide In Thine
food sale which will be held In the
r Slippers win, Jr., Mrs. Richard Cain, Mrs. Mrs Herman Helntem, Mrs. P. J. House," by Adeline Whitney
Members brought samples of clubhouse on Wednesday, Dec 4. Carl Schumacher Mrs Fred Franklin, Mrs. Henry Ruegg, Mrs. Other present were: Mrs.
their favorite cookies and the Members present were: Mrs. Rhodes, Miss Lena Green of Cor- Joel J. Robinson, Mrs. Harry D. Frank W. Stillman, Mrs. Anna
recipes were exchanged The Charles Pope, Mrs Pat Tucci, Mrs dele, Ga., Miss Joyce Milliard, Wolfe, Mrs. II B. Beattie, Dr Mc-ssersmith. Mrs. Rose Wilson,
cookies were served with puncht Clark Roberts, Mrs. Julian An- Miss Eugenia Perry of Valdosta Irene Shanklm Mrs Herbert Katz, Mrs M A Baker Mrs M M.
furnished by the hostess. gelini, Mrs Francis Less Mrs Oa.Irs.. Reitz, Mrs. Delma Mrs OV. ilkins and Mrs Ram e% Mr. Goo W Turner. Tr,
At the next meeting knitting John Gadway Mis Lawrence Rhodes, Mrs Jeffry and Mrs Foulk and Mr N ,ai Baokei
Smith, Mrs Don E. Ferreyra and
1..Will be taught. The meeting will Posey
the Rev. T. J. Gory
*' be held on Dec. 13 at the home of I Gifts were received fromII.! '.
Mrs Walter Peterson Bruce Ennls, Mrs. J M Si.ubi-,
!dll Present at the meeting were I I MRS F E ATKINSON' ough, Mrs Louis Chimlx'i', M, .
*: Mrs. Chas. Behrens, Mrs. W. W. TO ENTERTAIN CIRCLESAll Wesley Campbell. !\I" I't,
:i t! Bethea, Mrs. Ben Bittirg/ Mrs. five circles of the Woman's Laughlin Mrs AIm Rite't''
<,Robin Bryant, Mrs. Olin Edwards, I Society of Christian Service of the Harry Brown !Mr. H !M M, i .
"*".f Mn. Russell Hams, Mrs. John Julian I Homestead Methodist Church will Mrs E A. Buchanan.l: M. .i \
Mrs R. A Mullins, Mrs. R L. hold an all-day meeting Tuesday Brooker and Miss MarJollI' l Sri"i -
Scott, Mrs Red Spadig, Mrs. Ray ''at Royal Palm State Park where bell.
Snyder, Mrs Peterson, Miss Jean Mn E. E. Atkinson will be hostess -
\Coldren, Miss Grady and Mrs. The group will leave from
Murray the church at 10 o'clock.A THIRD ANNUAL WITH'rH1S'O",' -. :\
mission study course for the "
I t'LVBIEIBERS! : TO TELL society will begin Friday at 3 AMAZING .
jk WHAT STARS SAY OF THEM o'clock In the parsonage. Mrs J. Junior Woman's Club HEW fC .
%, Each Homestead B P W C J. Richards will conduct the le.son .
j member will tell her horoscope at I ELECTRIC: RANGE.-

next Monday luncheon at Folll- EPISCOPAL CANVASSERS ANEW
Tcrds restaurant. WITH tf
f The luncheon hour Is 12 o'clock.
annual canvassers' supperof

4W: M U. TO HOLD TWOf the St. John's Episcopal Church
MEETINGS NEXT WEEK will be held tonight in the church, FEATURES
The Woman Missionary Union announces the rector, the Rev R. In Woman's Club
ef the First Baptist Church of .F Blackford. of HomesteadI Mt
Homestead will hold two meetings I The Rev. J Mitchell Taylor of
next week, one on Tuesday and Fort Pierce, chairman of the field I
i of the diocese of South MAf .
the other on Wednesday.Mrs. department DATESATURDAY.
W. F Brown of Miami will I Florida, will be guest speaker NO\ 30TII 1. All pmrMse aut
malls avast wit S
measured kt and

PLACE Interior Pilot.

7 WZOTH OF COMMERCE: BULKING rr1 tMyclMiiClrs4units
THE I N GIN f with t .measured

TIME s95
40 3.Fl...S,**4 Thrift
10:00-Doors Open10.30Orchestra l'P
TOWN Begins 100 Cooker.a .

11.00-Floor Show Begin 4.One lace tp *l
3:3o-Evrr: )body foe home. atalsaiJtMt......
r S. All porcelain I"

Things stay fresh in TICKETS The Beautiful stew ARISTOCRAT MOOIl ml Inside sold cut.HOTPOINT'S 1

an automatic elec- f 1.It Per Person WHAT AfetMtted Iud .
No reservation be mad 1
You can
tric refrigerator NEW
unless ticket are paid for In advanre DOES FOR YOU t
can take advantage [CALROD I If FASTER,
lou bay two ticked
mar 1 Bimrlifoi/ cooklri. Maktt fair cooki food
of week end specialsto and reserve a table for TWO-.red l) and food cooks txiwr MORE EFFICIENT, ito j

stock up on meats add to that S, 10 or IS more up 2 I ave@ cuir nl Saves Urn.Sans mawy EAI IIER.TO.C LEAN
6...s tfforu Sarti MTVM.
HtlD\Y Nov 29th.
and .. THAN EVER
vegetables .r
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FIRST Tables bought will b A and there's no dan preferred loratlon and so on dow Ij'!' every timt. ,

ger of spoilage. I the list. (Though this year all I '
i will hate good locations since the.1

1 spare first two Is arranged yean), better! than the SMITH-GRAVES FURNITURE CO.

I Tickets may be obtained from;1 j

ay _....., W Jw'I jj
.. Club or Senior 'A_D'I Club. Caves Bid;. N. Krome Ace, Homestead j

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LOCAL GROVE MEMBERS: Mrs. Pete Morgan; and a talk on

(GET DISTRICT OFFICES mission work in Italy by Mrs.
Three member of Royal Poln- Julia Polk.

Classes Present I American Education I ELEMENTARY NEW I,cmna Grove Woodmen Circle Others present were: Mrs.
In Miss Jackson's art class last were elected to district offices at Catherine Pirkard Mrs J T. Martin
Education Week Program Week '
Friday morning the pupil made! an all-day district meeting I of the Mrs. Harry Hall and Mrs. T.

If America Is to survive the Plnocchlo paper dolls, and this I Woodmen of the World in Miami D. Plche.
An Education Week program I present upheaval as a democracy,I'week they dressed them. Miss Wednesday. Mrs. Florence Pa. The next meeting will be held

was given In assembly Tuesday civic loyalty must be persistently Jackson is now reading the story cettl was elected auditor; Mrs, R. with Mrs. W. D. Coker on Dec. 2.
morning( Yvonne Pollard acted I cultivated. Good citizenship means "Pinocchio" to the pupils. Every till tillL.. Godwin banker; and Mrs. W.I Mrs. Harry Schauberger gave a
Frederick had
chairman. Carl
s : Intelligent participation in democratic child has brought money and Coker chaplain. report of the Miami Baptist Association
charge of the devotional after I procedures, not mere lip every member of the class now Among thoM who received gifts. meeting held in Miami last
which the student" body sang service. Schools teach childrenI has si Red Cross pin. Then U a for birthdays celebrated In the last week at a meeting of Circle Twoat
"God Bless America.
I the Ideals of democracy apprecla- border of turkeys on the bulletin I six months were: Mrs. J. T. Martin the home of Mrs. Charles Mar
The speech class gave s short"'tion of our country an understanding board Mrs. J. f. Curl. Mrs. Pacetti!, tin.

play called "Information. Please of our government, and Mrs. Carter substituted tot Mrs. Godwin and Mrs. Coker. Program/ numbers presented by
which hud to do with the libraries respect: for law in school and out. Edwards last Friday because Others from Homestead were: Mn. A. D. Smith were: a talk by
within the school and the help More than that they teach chil- Edwards went to her son's Mn'l Mrs. Ormand Cash, Mrs. B. G. Mrs. Jack Polk on "The Kind of P.
they can be to the student dren skills needed by the active Branch and Mrs. Cecil Curl. Life for a Christian"; a talk by
doIn'j' ding.Mrs.
citizen of a democracy and provide Thurman's class has two Mrs. S. A. King on "Sowing
The Boys' Glee Club gave f I actual practice in self-gov new pupils, Phylis Mendelson from MBS. CLYDE NIELL HOSTESSTO Seed"; a reading by Mrs. D. R.
"Corn Field Melodies
lection" culled ernment and the acceptance of Bronx. N. Y.. and Joyce Rhodes FLORIDA CITY GROUP Snyder "Thank You"; and a talk

I civic duties.In from Reedsville Pa. The Woman's Society of Christian by Mrs. Smith on "How Tall Are
Lewis Murray Introduced six financing public educationthe Verna Lou Cameron broughtsome I Service of the Florida City" You?"

speakers from the junior speech public elementary and high pressed leaves and the chil- ,Community Church held its November I It was announced) that transportation
Wilson Austin Donald
classes, schools of the nation cost two billion dren are enjoying studying them. meeting at the home of, for all members to circle
Rufus Lake Proctor
Searcy Ashby dollars a year. There is a Maxie Rhodes has been addedto Mrs. Clyde Niell. The hostess was meeting and to church will be provided -
Dennis Burman and Harry great Inequality In the distributionof Mrs. Hood's class enrollment.The assisted by Mrs. Johnny Becker in J I f I by the circle.

Bishop who gave talks on 1M Importance ., funds between states and between cabinet of the room is now ,serving sandwiches and cocoa, Others present> were: Mrs. A.
of school education.The
districts within states finished and is used for various 1 Present were: Mrs. Roy Chandler I I E. Paul Mrs. A. A. Bussey Mrf.
student was gladto
have of body the very attend' School costs have Increased dur- purposes. The pupils have been Mrs. W. Wells Mrs John W. K. Watts and Mrs Frank
some parents I ing recent decades because of increased making Pilgrims In art, and In 1 Rohrer Mrs R. W. Mulling, Mrs.J. Irwin.

the Assembly program. was dismissed with I services rendered by arithmetic they have a contest 1 H. Miller Mrs. Margaret Ken Mrs. Polk will entertain the
schools and also because of the decrease going on. 'nedy Mrs. Charles Clinton Mrs group on Dee. 2.
the singing of 'The Star Spangled] j
Banner. In the purchasing power of Miss Ray's room has been interested I J. M. Dobbin Mrs. Catherine Pot Circle Four at its meeting Wednesday

-Melba VanWInkle. i the dollar. In their Cataline Submarine ter, Mrs. R. J. Shepherd, Mrs. H. at the home of Mrs J.
While thereji: a widespread Insistence Garden. I M. Degler. Mrs. W. RowelL Mrs. Lawrence: Scott decided to furnish

upoiMax. reduction and at Last Friday the Citizenship Lester Walkup Mrs. Roy Neill, its protege the R. A. organization,
Spanish Class to Hold I the same time-there are increased Club had an election and chose as : Mrs. Becker Mrs. Clyde Neill, with another magazine. Mrs. W

Weekly Evening: Meeting: demands for expenditures for officers: president Seaborn Pye; Genevieve and Jimmy Chandler B. Myrick chairman of the Mar

relatively new governmental servIces vice-president Rebecca Blown; Diana Richard and Archie Clinton garet Fund announced that details .
The first year Spanish class II' it would be folly to sacrificethe secretary Effie Radford. They Ricky and Norma Becker of the special Christmas of

meeting every Tuesday night atl, school to meet these demands also appointed a new committee. Dickie Bobby and Virginia Claire fcrlng for the Margaret fund will

the home of Mrs.: William Gee, the: Education Is an economic asset an Stanley Pacetti has been absent Niell. be explained at a meeting of the
teacher The object of this class is',' investment in human resources. because of an njurcd hand and church In the near future.

to learn more about Spanish i and ioj I -Annette Campbell. foot.Mrs. SUZANNE BROWN HEADS Mrs. J Tom Vann and Mrs. W.

get any difficulties straightened'out Cooper's pupils are at workon EPISCOPAL YOUNG PEOPLE T. McConnell sang a duet "Jesus
The time is from 7:30 to 8 Dramatics Class Begins a Congo village which they put Saves"; Mrs. Scott told of the history
o'clock I I Rehearsal of War Drama up last Tuesday. The children Suzanne Brown was elected of the hymn; and Mrs L. A.
Their first meeting was held| have finished a Thanksgiving bor- president of the Young People'sService Wise discussed stewardship and

last Tuesday and a good portion i iot 1 The der which Is now on the bulletin League of the St. John'sEpiscopal IU meaning,
dramatics class is stalling Church at a meeting
the regular class attended.
The next meeting will be with
a rehearsal of a one-act play with Sunday night in the church.
Those present were benefited by I The dress rehearsal for "rln.i Mrs. J. R. Pope on Dec. 2.
an all-boy cast. It Is being put Anne Rhency was circled] : vice-
:the,i-, I h\,Spanish the refreshments help received ai well]j I Jon at this particular time because i occh'o" took place last Wednesday president; Doris Singleton secretary Present were: Mrs. Jay Newton -
i It is a war play. This Is the first i and the operetta was put on ; and Mrs. Ceo N. Wakefield.one Mrs E. J. Pope Mrs. J. R.
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The sPM-nth grade gills have a I!i The cast will be announced i In connection with the holidayInst treasurer Kirby Mrs. J. R. Chambllss. Mrs.

IK -. pupil"", Selma Mcndc'lson. :1 later. i] Monday, the children of MrsWynn's Mrs. W E. Rhcney is the other Vann, Mrs. McConnell Mrs. My-
rick Mrs. Scott and Mrs. J. I..
The English classes of the stv- home room have Illustrated counsellor for the group.
< nth grade are receiving library I Journalism Club to Be I "Flanders' Field" on the bulle- McCallahan a new member.
Plans for the of .
instructions from Mrs. tin hoard. also
Gallaher! They bought two
I Called Cub Scratchers I Uf. M. U. CIRCLES HOLD general W. M. U. meeting to beheld .
mi the correct use of the library. library books with the money
NOVEMBER MEETINGS next Wednesday were mad.
she H teaching them correct ways 1 which was received from their I
'to find encyclopedias, fiction and'i The Journalism Club met Mon- grade mothers for winning the Mrs. T. T Bowen was hostessto i at a meeting of Circle Five Nov.
Circle One of W. M. U. 17 at the home of Mrs J C. Vann.
the of
books tor study.Nicholas I day afternoon in Mrs. Bleier'sroom. dollar for P T A. dues. 1
Turner is now a new 'I Mrs Bleicr took charge of All the fifth and sixth grades the First Baptist Church of Home- I This circle will provide flowers
pupil in Mrs. Rutland home the meeting in the absence of the received a half holiday last Fri- stead at her home the evening of ;for the church during the month.
Nov. 7 when the Present Mrs C. E, Saunders
I president.A following program were: -
loom I' day for getting twenty perfect '
One day last week Just as the! name for the club was discussed day in each room. was presented: "The First Thanks- Mrs. S, A Proctor. Mrs T.
bell fur changing, clauses and "Cub Scratchers" was giving" Mrs Bowen; Thanksgiving '- C. Scifert, Mrs. H .E Redm Mrs.
I howa overheard telling another rung a decided upon.Assignments, Clarice Dodson poem Mrs Annie R. Butler; a S L West, Mrs Ora Frazcur Mrs
were made and the talk on current missionary work E. L. Lawrence and Mrs. Vann.
"Come on. We can't be late
: Treasure Island" I meeting was adjourned -
Be sure that your eyes are as
grade is truly enjoying -Mabel Ruth Pope.
food as your brakes-have them
Treasure Island" by Robert Louis
tested at least once each year
Stevenson. The boys area especially ART CLASSES MIKE POSTERSThe

Interested I In the mystery. commercial art classes have DR. F. P. ARCHER Redland BrandFertilizers
The theme for the Junior high I''been making posters Each class)

school classes last week was "Wise I made a different kind. The sev-l AND SON

Use of Leisure Time. enth grade boys are using conservation I Consulting Optometrists
eight per cent of the of wild life and safety |
handed In their themes NinetY-I as their theme The eighth gradeis 1624 W. Flagler St., :Miami Tit.EM .

excellent paragraphs were making patriotic posters and
The subject for the the grades from nine to twelveare tBrooKcr 01. RepairedGround

week was "Reasons for working on travel posters. ... ... Institute
ing Armistice Day I The seventh grade girls are / so'aoI for opticians are manufactured in Homesteadby

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7'-; -'daughter, Miss Eleanore, had as Miss Gibson, missionary, has{w. will send our Owen Hand h'ltialton .
dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Seen ordered to Chins and she! team to Initials Green
Mrs. Claude Daigle and Mist Lois will leave for that country shortly. Hands for Andrew Jackson Chap.
In and Around Behrens. I ter soon.
Mr. and Mrs Angelo Ferlito and' The program for this meeting
I' The sewing circle of the son Chick, and Mrs. Rosa Vasta was In charge of George Wingateand
Woman's Auxiliary of the St. of Chester, N. Y., arrived Saturday. consisted of a debut and some
Homestead John's Episcopal Church met yesterday songs and yells The debate sub
at the home of Mrs. John I I ject was "Resolved: That Fishing
Julian In Naranja and sewed for a J. C. Cohernour and son Tom Is Safer Sport Than Hunt-
I bazaar to be held toon. returned last Thursday from,I Ing." Those participating in the

........-- .. N.. Charleston W. Va., and Lexing1ton I debate were Adolph Lopez Jack
t>r. and Mrt t. A.. Smith return :erts, and their young daughter Va, where they spent the,Campbell, H. A. Aman and Bill
ea Wednesday from aft B.OOO-mile Pat. Mrs. Roberts and Pat accompanied FLORIDA CITY summer.Mr. < Ha"ptoft.on,. debate .*. won by
notion 'trip into old Mexico thorn back to Homestead By Mrs. W. W. Sever I the ..f'tlrmutl.Ide..
They were met at Houston Texas, for a visit which will last and Mrs Johnny Becker Others present at this meeting
by Mrs. Stanley Casper, sister ofMrs. till January. ......?.......?......,.......................................- and children, Rickey and Norma,!.were': Richard Ball Dick Campbell -
Smith who accompanied Mr and Mrs. David Snow arrived and W. W. Severy spent John Landrum, Donald
tern on the remainder of the trip. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darling Sunday from Bradford at Cape Sable Sunday!Orafe Earle Wysong Dean Sickle.
hi the way home, Dr. and Mr?. of Littleton Mass, arrived yesterday Conn., where they spent the sum Eugene Ingram Reid Wysong F
mlth visited a week with Mr. to spend their fourth winter I II mer. Mrs Lucy Hole nt \' ., C. Stevens, Lynn Gowdy, J. L.
nd Mrs Casper at their home In] hi Redland. arrived Monday to spend the win-1 King. Jr., and Kenneth Grrerllffr .
Kansas. City. I I I The W. W.U class of the ter with her son-in-law and I,
The Rev R. F. Blackford was I Florida City Community Church daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. H. I la tour Hal
,Mr.and Mrs. Henry Brooker 3r, guest speaker at a banquet of the met last night: at the home of Mrs field. Sher-J She: "Would you put yourself
went to Pahokee yesterday morning Young People's Service League of Lloyd DeiU. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. out for me?"
to spend a day of two \I'lthMr. Holy Cross Episcopal Church in moved Into the Free I He: "Of course 1 would"
Brooker's father who has been Miami last night. Dr. G. O. Brewster returned to 'Palm avenue recently. Mr. Watson She: "I wish you would then
suffering a slight illness. I Washington D. C., Friday to resume operates a fishing camp on:'it's getting lale "-Ex
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lee haveas his duties In the research Snake Island. __W tl'tYNAM1W,XIITropical
iMr. and Mrs A. F. Arthur returned guests Mr. Lee's brother and division of the navy yard labora- I'
Sunday from a two-week sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. H. A I tory after a twoweek'lIl.'a taon Vincent Pungl arrived Thursday
trip to Washington D. C., Lewes Lee of Marianna. On Monday the spent here. from Beverly, Mass, to farm here i Cafe
Del., and Charleston and New ,, Lees had as guests Mrs. E. P. this winter.

:burn, S. C. They also visited I I Smith Miss Jenny Ann Thomas Mrs. Fannie Turner of Cleveland ............................-.......-I...-................
heir son William, at Annapolis. and Miss Winnie Douglas all ofMiami. arrived Tuesday for the season !
iur. and Mrs. A. J. Van Marter Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hunter returned By 1M. LaMrea+. Render IN THEIIORNE
turned Friday Anight from their I Mrs. Sarah D. Hastings arrived Friday from Chester, N. Y., .......,.?.....-.-INM/NINMIN MIMI..INIIINMIII l
home in Ithaca N. Y. Friday from Cohoes N. Y., to spend
Shimmer to where they spent the summer. At the meeting held Monday BLDG.
their winter home on North Krome the winter with her son and nlgM. Nov. 11, with President I!.j

avenue. daughter-in-law W. Hastings.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. Miss Edna Gibson and Miss F. A. Aman presiding, It was decided I N. Krome Ave.
Cooley of Arkansas who arrived I that we will invite Homestead Homestead Florida
Mr and Mrs. C. J. Parman hadas
Friday are occupying the Rhodes Chapter to install our officers as i
guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Harold Faylor arrived garage apartment on Eighth street.':I I ve did their's recently and thai t awNNww-wmnunriX.mnm. ,,,,, eYANX..N-I--
Kenneth: Sabin Mrs. O. Sabin and recently from their summer I
{,Mr*. Gill all of Toledo, 0., who home in Suffield 0., to spend the II I
are visiting In Miami. winter in Goulds.

p Mrs. J. D. Redd' Mrs. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hester have
Brandenburg and Mrs. B. E. Gat- as guests for the week Mr. and The
,lln attended a meeting of music Mrs. W. F. Cole of Pittsburgh Pa ,
dubs In Coral Gables Wednesday. who arrived yesterday.

M. J. Bonds broke his arm whileat Mr. and Mrs. John E. Davis have +
work In Goulds Growers packing as a guest for two weeks Mrs
house Monday night. Davis' mother, Mrs. Jennie Wood Bottle
ruff of Key West, who arrived
Mr. and Mrs. John Graves and Saturday.Mr. .
Children spent Sunday In Pompano which contains the milkwe
with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. and Mrs. M. Mayerson of '
Jourson, uncle and aunt of Mrs. New York who are spending the leave at door I
Cnves. winter at Miami Beach visited your
several days this week with their each day
L. L. Warren of Miami visited grandson, Dennis Burman Who Is
III Homestead Sunday with hit spending the winter at the homeof
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Proctor. is theProperty
Uri. Dexter Smith
Mrs. Jos. T. Hall., Jr., will leave
Mr. and Mrs. Orin Smith were Monday for Savannah, Ga. where
.tats Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. she will Join her husband Captain
W was called Into active service sev-
m,Mr. and Mr-V C. Taunton of eral weeks ago. of
Miami visited here Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs: J M Holferty and
Mrs. Taunton's
parents Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. Redin I AlpilleGtove

I Mrs. Sylvia Atkins and her Turner's Funeral Home
!mother Mrs Alice Rousseau of Dairy
Havana returned Wednesday from 24-IIR AMBt'LAN'CE: SERVICELady I

Tallahassee where they visited Attendant It rI
Mrs. Atkins' son-in-law and Hone SC4-R Homestead Fla: AND IS LOANED TO YOU
daughter Mr. and Mrs. John Rob I I


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Redland Girl ScoutsBy i
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; Redland Rattler .?........'"...xaaaoa.n.wnrrn ,xw.nro.u..uar 'I

At our meeting Mrs. Campbellread RATE: First Insertion 104 t line; subsequent Insertion I
DORA SCOTT and ILA JEAN IRWIN Editor i letter which she received
94 a line
from the Girl Scout office
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the scouts taking care of -

the smaller children during the FOR EXCHANGE MISCELLANEOUS
School Observes National Book Week i P. T. A. meetings A wiener roast I

was planned to be held the following i TRADE Real Estate Lents

It'I And Also National Education Week! Tuesday at the home of, <0 acres ALLAPATTAH GARDENS LOANS TO BUILD, MODERNIZE,

j I Mrs Mae Campbell.Scouts REPAIR Residential Grove
I east of Princeton, for
i This past week has been Nation- offered a prize for the best Book I present : Miami vacant or improved and Business Property
I' Rogers Kathleen Wagner Kath-! From $30 to $5.000-from 6 mo to
Book Week. 'Our library has Week poster made b>' any Redland ryn Terry, Grace Burry Rosemary SEWELL REALTY, 1NGRA-
been brightened by colorful Book student HAM: BLDG MIAMI.: (nlS-d8)) S years
and the annual book The annual Book Hennington, Rosemary Bulk No Down 1'11 'ml'nt-No Rod TapeSMALL
Week posters
community '
y I'Kathleen Campbell, Peggy O Bnen, MONTHLY PAYMENTS
circulating.The Week j FOR RENT
markers are program will be given in ,
Melba Collins Evelyn Cowman,
$200 for 38 mo.-Repay $8.30 mo.
official slogan of Book Week Nea King '
Cooper auditorium this
I Mrs Campbell. Miss Kerfoot and $500 for 36 mo.-Repay $1597 mo
js Books-Good Friends. I
"Good afternoon 'I !IFOR
: Mary Eleanor Williams :Mrs Gossman, RENT-S rooms and b.ith
for 60 $1250mo :
$1,500 mo.-Repay
Other titles are: "Know Your a former graduate of Red- I | Modern house.
Books" '..."...""".......,............"".,,............................. Phone 528-J. .
Country". "Read and I land, will give a reading and ourgirls' 1 I. j (pills
FREE Estimates
Ask for
Build Character. Homestead Girl ScoutsBy
Books glee club will sing four selections

I Mrs. Nettles, our librarian hasBachelor's MARY SOBER, Scribe [FOR RENT-Two bedroom, Without Obligation
i We also have FHA. LOANS for
I This week was also NationalEducation I", .....,,,..'",,,.........,.MIIOIMH. ........,,..........,,,,,,,,...., | southeast and southwest expos- New Homes payable monthly
Week. The pupils were !I ure hot water. Very pleasant
Club Formed I Ii I I
I .
We sang a round of songs at the : over
: told to invite their parents to visit !i Fireplace available in living
Seniors and JuniorsSome start of the meeting and checked Let us supply your BUILDING
By our school any time this week In ; room, Could serve meals. Mrs.
,lour We NEEDS Prompt ServiceWUHIKHI .
achievement chart. have
I I any of the classes Several patrons ,1| i, An Ilia l Booth, 902 N. W 2nd
4 of the boys of the junior ,i i took advantage of thIS invitation seven more squares done on our j ave, Homestead, Fla afghan. to have Phone 62 Ilomcslrud Fin,
Saturday we are
and senior classes have formedthe and we certainly enjoyed I I
Bachelor's Club. At the first I'',, having them as visitois I j'I day camp for the tenderfeet at I FOR RENT-Clean, all electric
of the week they had a sign posted f : 1pmWe furnished apartment. Mrs. Eva

i on the bulletin board asking those '; High School Rooms Join voted to buy a pup tent for Collins, Federal Highway Biscayne -
who wanted to join to sign their our troop. Girls are coming Wednesday II Drive at Modcllo. WANTED-25-lb. capacity metal
In Impressive CeremonyThe and Friday to check on i
'jiames; I up (s20tf) Ice box md small bottlcd-gns
They had their first meeting to II ,I badges that they have earned, I stove Cull Western Union.

organize during the noon hour suggestion made by the :I Miss Cook was here for half an I!FOR RENT-Furnished and unfurnished I (nfltf)

Wednesday in the home room of Student Council last week as to I hour to give us another class in houses and apart- '

-their sponsor Mr. Caldwell. I the flag ceremonies In the first aid. menu. Year 'icund tenants CLIENT WANTS small grove, 5 or
t has been worked out. fruits
10 miscellaneous
first Thursday morning a morning'l I CARD OF THINKS preferred. Benjamin. Morris with nice comfortable house
registered real l estate broker
[Monthly Book Reviews and have done It several We deeply appreciate the kindness N. Krome AveVMekt power lilwith all Improvements

Are Due This Afternoon', week so that we can get it working and sympathy shown us dur- I Church. to Baptist not over $3,300. Listings

I I smoothly I(I ing our recent bereavement flu (s20tf) deSIred. II. A. Cameron Phone

i All the English students In high I A bugler sounds "Assembly" on I|,MR AND MRS RALPH SHORTT. 72, Homestead Fla. (nltf)
his horn few
I school have been working hard this a minutes after the

week-their monthly book reports first bell has rung and all classes :I Won I MENT-furnished or unfurnish TUTORING WANTED high
march i Excerpt from a cinema program! ed. I have year 'round clients
are due this afternoon. quickly out to the flag polein school and grade school subjects

The pupils may read and reporton front of the high school. They I I,Patrons who consider the usher Benjamin W. Morris registered Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. B.,

I any book approved by either form a double semi-circle facing ettes uncivil should see the man-I real estate trokcr, N Kiome Plummer drive and Country J '

the librarian or the English teacher. the flag pole. Then the Boy Scouts I ager-Ex. ave., next to Baptist Church. Club road.

They must report on at least raise the flag, lead the salute, read ', s20tf)

one book of fiction, one of nonfiction the Bible and lead us in the 'sPrayer
notebooks of the SALE
present war or FOR Tioprcai plants, citrus
one of biography, one of j 1 "World War No. Two." These! FOR SALEFOR trees and tropical fruit In
one of technical nature and This all makes a very impressive':'
books contain of developments
tram I an account season. Jungle Grove, Redland
others choose to read for ceremony and we feel that I :
[Tiny they It'1 since the beginning of SALE-Fordson Tractor. See road and Plummet drive.
I the remaining months. I makes us stop and think a little i this war, either in outline or essay Fred A. Mowry. (pn22)
...They have also been studying more about this morning devo-1
form. Most of the students took
the twelve figures of speech. One | tional that has become such a |up each country involved in the FOR SALE-Good used electric -

\of; this week's assignments was tOi I Il habit The pupils have;: been conducting !'war and followed all its history stove, che.ip Virgil I Lyon exchange for subscription clean or J.iuh' ,IeI'v-.
I tising
themselves like true Americans rafc's:
l look all through the Literature through this war. 1! (nlS-U)

: Books and find In them five examples during this service. I The books contain also many interesting Enterprise

of each of the twelve ports FOR SALE-Thice bedioum. modem -
from .
current .
pictures I
I more "r I.wa in the county I .Ir. slate
rof speech The English classes WASHROOMS: ARE CLEANED I magazines find newspapers having six-room house in Homestead of HuniU .. .nbro..d In c ,-r'Irk...- N '.
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8\'e been practicing reading orally j Principal Wagner asked one of to do with this Will' After turn A nice home Price under the .,,1"/ Certificate I....... WM in

5nd studying the English soundrkings I the pupils to give each class a'' ing these In. the classes lire going i 2500. One-half cash, balance the name Tract 7H. Miami I Garden. tub, Pint
n so that they can tell short talk Tuesday about keeping back to studv: the beginnings of | easy terms. See or write A. O. Hook 2, rave Hit In S.i II.in S,a Township ,S

{ [tasil> how to pronounce a wordy the washrooms clean They were I civilization I in the world. 1 Veach, owner, care Coconut South. Knout 41 hunt. innulnliuf t Acremen
I In., In the of l>.d>. Stan
or County
looking it in the dictionaiy Grove Bank. (n8-d6)
up |
painted cleaned last ij .
I .
___ weekendI of I-1 > iinlrxnl- In Certificate' No.
I so we were reminded not to mark I, 17*. 'T ... .;mint of id.turrrr

,Rev. Geo. II. Ricks Makes I on the walls, splash water on the DR.M.A.BERGERDentist FOR SALE-Turkeys, all sizes. IICuchlclla turn under. of Hit lknn.lt iiul I m'erllf"tl.rdon.nil Issued vie In the

floor or throw paper towels about I P.ilmlvc,, Florida UnitPaid l Certificates ihill be rtuVtmrd -
Inspirational AddressWe the floor. {I City. (pnl) m.c rill i"u l".. !low, the |iru|>rrty ......rll....
I i therein will'" ill t 0 the hmehe.t bidder .
I They asked us to lo, this without I .t the L, url h., ..i", ili...r ... the' II... Mon-
a teacher's having to enforce it. FOR SALE-29-lb. capacity metal d., In the m. nih or December. 1U4H. which
enjoyed a grand high school It th. end d.) ,,t I>i.itilMT. mill'
So far the students have ice box. Call at Western Union. Dated .....
( : Office Hours 8 :30-1 1:30 I this J.ml hy "( H't" WCI
I assembly program last Friday
erited splendidly, and we CO-fp-I I (nltf) E. II LKA1HU: 4N.
[morning put on by the tenth grade (Irrk of Circuit Unrt
I they will continue to do so. Dad. County, H.rlJ.
ys' homeroom. John Benson I First National Bank {FOR SALE-Man's bicycle $10.00. Circuit Court &.4 1.
t Led I the devotional. The Rev Geo Tom Collins, Modcllo Fla. Or I.. F.' PARKER 1). C.
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.... Ricks, from the HomesteadIPresbyterlnn :MAKING WAR NOTEBOOKS BuildingOpen o4tf ----- ---- -
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Church gave us an m- The world history classes are Evenlnn by Appointment I YON lltllK I III NIV, HOKIIU.IN .
1114mitA Ill.
ispiring talk about "Ungirding Our completing and handing m their OIL AND BOTTLE GAS stoves In He.: F.SIAIF: (IFMVKTI.l
[National Defense." The faculty I from $1 up. Virgil Lyon. WINSIUW rRYETTF. :
[quartet composed of Mr Synder. 11..d.
|Mr Caldwell, Mr. Wagner and Mr To All l'"d"o. and All I....".. Ile.lae

( Cray tang two grand songs, and RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for Claims You. end nr each Demands uf you Amlr.it ere, said hereby haute,.IIfM -:

}Mr. and Mrs. Gray led us In group sale cheap. Mrs. H. H. Ewing and required to present any i Inline.

.Inglng. We sang several World ACETYLENEWELDING 15 N. E. Bill .t. Homestead, and demendi, which you ,d, 'n.
may be r .aainal the t =zM F j
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NOTRE OF APPliCATION FOR and file the some In hi. office In the County
Graders Give TAX llt.H Courthouse In O.J. County rlirlita" ,
Chapter 1T4IT-Art. IMS-Flit A 4JM within eight calendar. month from the dais
Armistice Day Program NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that M..- of the first piibllntlnn hrntf Ih4rlilnu
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Page Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday November 1ST: '1940

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A Poetic I

I Georgia- French's

By Frtnttt Recipe Lee Bert JAN Pecans BIRDSEED

1 inexpensive clng r,bag crysuuis of pears,, Ib.25c. RN L'' : 5
some siiiar-seven cups or mu. S FKG3.
Hay I AM*'t yon
tastallaed?ttWt 25 c
rends wd *
kettle lams;

lI. little make aU some roil beat Jar Jwa seed'1'1I&:Ut&to'a, Irish Potatoes -1 ibs. lOc ,

llnb.lVBJng Dad says ."

r and Pear Jam Del-Monte
Kcllogg's Pktr.
4 cups (1 Ibs.) prepared trait WAvk
H to 1 CUP diced crrilaUlstd sister /
: 7V4 cups UK Ibi) sugar, 1 [ COFFEE COBMFLAKEI
bottle fruit pectin
To prepare fruit, peel core, and CORN FLAKES 12cREGULAR
crush completely or grind about! tpounds DRIP OR lb '
fully ripe ptiara Die about 1C
u pound cryitalUied ginger I IM
esesre sugar and prepared fruit
solidly packed. Into large kittla. | Evaporated
Add ginger mix: well and bring to j I Mrs. Kay'sPURE Great ValuePeaches Phillips' Delicious
a full rolling ball over hottest flra. I MIXED FRUITS
Stir constantly before and while 1
oiling Boll hard 1 minute. Remove |
from Ore and stir In !bottled Preserves21b.jar..29c PEACHES Pork and Beans
fruit paella. Then stir and iklm
by turns for just 6 minutes to cool

slightly Pour quickly, to prevent Paraffin floating hot jam fruit.atone ANON'zy' 124c 2 Ibs. .. .. 25c cA-wsys 3 FOR 25c
*. Make about It flutes (( ,
dull ounces sack.
I Royal

Industrial Study Said SUNSWEET PRUNES

Great Need in Florida Gelatins and Puddings ; :

General education opens our .
eyes vocational to the education world around fits a us person, and 3Pkgs. .. .. .. .. .. 14c 2 lb. Pkg. .. .. . .. 17c 1I

for his particular niche in the Industrial I
professional or business
world, said Or Charles R Foster,
dean of the school of education of h :1 York Imperial Apples sibs. 12c.
the University of Miami in a talk ,
before the Homestead Rotary Club
on a program arranged in observance -,
of American Education t .. SNO-BALL LB. 2 LBS.
One of the greatest e
\ Florida is Industrial research to Ballard's Hour Cauliflower 42c IBf Nr. HC
enable the state to determine and I l -
exploit Its natural resources, the

speaker now manufactured said and many on a bill products scale I' i Tr Plain or Self Rising GRAPES 2 Ibs. 13c
were developed In other states -
from processes laboratories.Expexhsee4 discovered. in university I t 5 11>8. 10 Ibs. 20 Ibs
45c 83c
r 25c PEAS 2 Ik 17c BANANAS 14c:
friend: 'Jones, you were quite ,
t success. on that radio quU pro : Whole Grain Rice LBS. 17 c
Cram ku>t Right" SUN.WAlD S FKGS.
Jones: "On the questions were
simp]*-you see I'm the father of TARGET SEEDLESS RAISINS 25c
five small toy*."-Ex. CORNED BEEF, can. 17cMONAR.U1

"Riches,"Have said the Wings teacher "take KETCHUP'ois Cans Pkg.
sings and fly away. Now what TOMATO I
kind of riches does the writer .
H. stared around the class but I-
met no response. BEANS, 3 Ibs e 17cLemons .
'Surely lomeone can answer
the question You,John,what kind
of riches did the writer mean?" :
John hesitated for a moment; doz. 12c
then: "Ostriches, sir," be replied.
-Dublin Evening Mail 1

r Si .]: V MEATS

1 ,i For Meat Loaf Gravy
and Brooded Moats,

1 use Irradiated Pot Milk

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I Chiropractic I 35 I
j Keeps You Fit!
ii'ii'THE a
his i
I Chiropractor use from YearlingsSteak
; <) hoods only applying; :
S them to adjust the spinal vertebra '
out of ao abnormal = f I' Sirloin or EXTRA SPECIAL I
; \ Ib. Z9c p
; titiotx back ta. correct i T-Bone I
; so nII'e: function.the By po'I'I'I' 5-lOcPkgs.

; from impinged nerves and Assorted lb. Georgia 2 CAKES OCTAGONGranulated

:! without lows Ileum the any nerve-lit obttructloru.fore ij to,-,low .i i II: Cold Cuts,lb.25c 1 BACON 18 PALMOLIVE SOAP fl J

I guy large
Sundays by Appointment 4-yo"
=Drs R. J. Elliott!
I Pork Shoulders SUDS
:; Verse BJ4f. 11_....... FU. : Ib. 17c 2Qt FOR ........... 25c

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