The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00298
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: October 11, 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: UF00087294:00298
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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I Water Control to Open East GladeTo

i Farming Within Two Weeks



I Small User .Gets Break i PUMPS TO LOIR\ TABLE

I In New City Power Rate! THREE FEET BELOW BAY

I SINGLE METER I Homestead May Get $350,000 Camp i LEVELDURINGNEXT1EKTHE \

For Migrants Just for the Asking _

I WEATHER Perfected 1 System to Eliminate

Told that $380,000 has been set lot the camps at Belle Glade, the .I Delay From
0"1.1" "sib" 'I'Mt ot tho suhtropirat
i $3 DOMESTIC aside by the federal governmentfor only existing migratory labor E..r1m..t Station, Hom..d, t1orld. Heavy Rains
camps east of the Mississippi, told
construction of a migratory .. S3 67 (3008'' 014
Oct. 4 (
labor In Homestead and that' the club of squalid and insanitary | : : ; : SCALlTGHOWERS
camp conditions that had resulted in Oct. 9 63 70 30101 002 DIG
its start waits only on an expression 611'' 0.05
I PUT IN EFFECT their construction described the Oct. 6 | 62 ALL SET TO PLOUGH
of the need and desire for It, self-governing and educational Oct. T | 84 62 30.001| 028,
the Homestead Rotary Club Wed- /'
Oct. 8 ,88 62
== features fostered In of i
Commercial Patrons to nesday appointed a committee to the camps and disclosed operation the fact I Oct. 0 63 I 60 130.1{ Lettuce, Tomatoes, Potatoes
visit two such camps at Belle Oct. 10 66 to
that would be built hereas Among Crops
5 Be on 6-Cent Light- Glade preparatory to action by the camp
soon as sufficient local PlantedIn
expression I Be
club asking for establishment of
Power Basis
was made on the subject.
D. Simmons, manager of one The committee appointed to Investigate spite of the fact that mostof
DESIGNED TO SPUR the desirability Kit sucha the East Glade Is still covered
USE OF CURRENT camp for Homestead is composed 1 CITY MAP with water from the heavy rains r>f
CITY JOINS ROTE of Frank B. Rue, Dr. A, M. Logan, the past two months, farming will
Wm. J. Geronimo, Baker M. Hind be under way on a large scale In
a Installation of Refrigerators i man and Max Losner. IN MAIL DELIVERY that area within two weeks as a

== Seen as PLEA FOR SOUTH The two camps at Bell Glade, I result of recent perfecting of the
t One Result opened In April, house 2,500 per water control system started by
sons. Each camp was constructed In response to a request received South Dade Farms several years

13 Inauguration of a new commercial KEY CAUSEWAYThe at a cost of $350,000. Another, by Postmaster S. E. Livingston ago In the area between the Mowtyftreet
camp will be opened at Pompano; from the postmaster general's office canal and the Florida City
rate and additional
3: an domestic
E combination rate with a $3 official voice of the city of in January and two will be openedat In Washington, a map of canal
=: minimum to encourage more use Homestead was added to that 6f Pahokee in February, Mr. Simmons Homestead showing locations of Monday morning six master
=: of municipal electricity was voted the Homestead Rotary Club in said : residences and business houses is canal pumps, with a total capacity
== by the Homestead city council favor of a causeway from a point As to Homestead's need for a being prepared for study In con of a million and a half gallons a
== Monday night. south of the Miami river to either government migratory camp, Mr. nection with possible mall deliveryin minute, and 14 lateral canal pumps,
_ Virginia! or Biscayne Key at a (Continued On Page Four) this' city. each having a capacity of 25,000
The new commercial rate li hearing held by the War Department I The map WM prepnred by Civil gallons a minute, will be started
== based on schedules In effect elsewhere in the courthouse at Miami I Engineer A. R. Livingston without for day and night operationuntil
E in Dade County and In I Tuesday morning. LOCAL ART CLASS charge, and the locations of lmproved a water table satisfactoryto
13 other of the country In
parts gen
property Will be Indicatedon
City Attorney Ira C. Haycock the farmers In that area hut
= eral. Lights and power will be It by City Tax Assessor W B.
represented the city at the hearIng been obtained.
5 hooked on one meter except In the EXHIBITS 'WORK
In compliance with authorization I Caves and City Clerk R. E. Edwards Within a week the water table
= case of heavy duty motors, which ,
= voted at a council ml'etln.I (Continued on Page Four)
== will be allowed to stay on the old Postmaster Livingston sold that
Mondny night A resolution from UNDER WOOTENAn I
== power rate. the Rotary Club was presented by I this Is the first time that the department -
== The new commercial rate mini-I J. D. Redd county commissioner. I has gone into prospective TOM THUMB I GOLF

= mum Is $1.SO for 12 kilowatt howl Arguments for and against sucha exhibit of paintings by Clarence mail delivery for Homestead
a or less The charge for the next., were presented by Iso far as to ask for a imp md
a SOD k.w.h. Is 6 cents per k.w.h.for .:; proponents causeway and opponents of the Woolen. teacher of the WPA diagram of this kind COURSE BUILT BY

a the next 700, 54 cents per" project. Decision of the war department art class in Homestead, and paintIngs Assurance was given some
a k.w.h.; the next 2,000, 5 cents per'1 will not be announced by some members of the "IRA"form I weeks ago by Congressman Pat HOMESTEAD F F A
a k.w.h; 44 cents per k.w.h.for tile| ''I I until after the testimony and evidence the first exhibit to be held 'Cannon that prospects were that
a next 2,000; and 3 cents per kwh has been sifted I by engineersand In the art tenter arranged In the I'Homestead would get mall deliveryby
a for current In excess of .012 k.w.h.:I high I officials I of the army.NOTICE Chamber of Commerce building by this winter season, following An 18-hole miniature golf] course
Electric lights, Neon signs, show the Homestead Art Club. Other i representation made by him to the has been constructed by member
a windows, refrigerators, small mo. ,. ", ,,I paintings will be added. post office department in this city's I of the Homestead charter, Future
a tors will be placed on this schedule. The exhibit Is on display daily. :behalf. Farmers of America on the
a Under the former rate, 9 cents wag .There Is no admission charge, but grounds of their clubhouse on
::::: the lowest rate that could be ob- visitors are requested to registerIn North Krome avenue and Is now I
::::I tained for commercial lighting,, T. B. Veasey, formerly a reporter the visitors' book. Tomorrow Last Day ready for play. '
a points out Gordon Ivey, superin for the Leader-Enter- Mr. Woolen's paintings hang on To Qualify for Voting The new course is open to the II
::::I tendent. The old light rate wa ala prlae, has levered all connection (Continued on Page Four) public from 3 to 8 and from 1 to I
follows: minimum of SI_SO. 19 with this newspaper. Tomorrow Is the last day citizens 10 p. m. ,
(Continued on Page Two) I ,, who have not yet registered To obtain more equipment--'sufliclcnt
Gatlin'g Soda
for voting In 1949 may qualify for ultimately to permit as
Is New Business Here the general election In November, many as 30 persons to play at onetime
! Draft Registration Wednesday to Be I Mrs. W. B. Caves, registration on the course-a charge IJ'
I Gatlln's Soda Fountain. opening deputy for Homestead precinct, five cents for children and 10
Easier as Schools, Teachers Are Used today in the Collins building two I said yesterday cents for adults will be made.

5 ____ doors north of the cityhall, radiates -
E i With schoolhouses designated as' Redland school and Baker Hind.' cheer and youth with its coral Chandler in CBS Network Broadcast
a registration places for men eligible man Is chief registrar at the Homestead colored fountain counter, tables I .1
a for the draft, principals as chief'I school. Likewise, the principals I and chairs and its youthful opera- As McBride Citrus Program
a registrars, teachers as registration of the colored schools in tors Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gatlin. '
t. clerks and members of P. T. A. I Homestead and Goulds are chief Fluorescent lighting and more of ;tt'YI; week, Monday J
days a
the coral color schema In L. L. Chandler of Goulds returned
executive boards as hostesses to registrars for registration 0 f at 3 On 11
and walls add to the attractiveness by plane Tuesday from through Fridays p. m.
_ welcome and guide the registrants,! negroes at those places.Mr. of other stations she is heard three
of the new store. New York, where as chairman
a efficient machinery has been seta Hindman said that he would week Monday Wednesday -
he day a :
The attractive feature to many the Florida Citrus
up in Dade County for facilitating have Robert Hester, science teacher the hour.
today, however, will be the fact took part Monday In the inauguration and Friday same
the selective service registration i appointed chief registrar at the The Is part of the plan
radio program
that free Ice cream cones will be of a yesr's program
,next Wednesday Oct. 16. Neva King Cooper School, and Commission
: served to "the first 100 persons broadcasts by Miss Mary Margaret of the Florida Citrus
School pupils will enjoy a holiday Bernard Blackburn chief registrar
extra effort behind themerchandising
noted radio columnist to put
a and, in Miami, county employees of the Florida City school. All entering the store after 3 p. ml'The McBride behalf, of Florida citrus of the banner crop,
willcalTJ' in
fountain ,
S will have a holiday Wed chief registrars are sworn in as new soda to be the
said by experts highest
sundries In addition to fruitMiss
nesday but no plans had been announced deputy sheriffs
== Mi
In decade or more.
describedas quality a
and McBride, who s
ton drinks
serving ice cream,
e to close stores or officesin Mr. Hindman said teachers said In the Initial
sandwiches. Mr. Gatlin says curb adviser to 18 million women In Chandler
general.In would be worked in iwo shifts asregistration
told how
will be the United States '.ill bioadcastl I I broadcast Mr. Chandler
the RedSnd District Carl clerks .at registration service and free delivery I
= Two)
Continued Page
21 station ')f the CBS nA ( on
;isi Wagner it chief registrar at the i (Continued on Pag* Two) provided. I lover


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Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday October 11, 1940 .

Grapefruit Shipments list In charge of the Subtropical'r for second 500; 24 cents for all covered wagon drawn by oxen. iy \
ILH.S.VARSITYTO 1 Experiment Station has been ap over that. Another thing she mentioned 1
Light at Season Start about the commissioner fl'Oll\'t\: \ '
pointed Redland District'chirmanfor The S3 minimum domestic rate,
the University of Florida 1940 I designed to put intermediate con- Goulds was that his grandfather's "
START PRACTICEON Grapefruit shipping was started
this week from the Redland District homecoming to be held Oct. 18-19. I sumers on a single meter for both name was Shadrach Meshach;
when Redland Citrus Growers The homecoming program will :power and lights, is as follows $3 Abednego Chandler after the .:
OCTOBER 28 Association packing through open with a game between the minimum for 33: k.w.h or less; next three companions of Daniel who "

South Florida Growers, got off (00 freshman teams of the Universityof 40 k.w.h.. 5 cents per k.w.h.; all were thrown Into the fiery furnace .1.
crates, and Silver Palm Citrus Florida and Stetson Universityat over 75 k.w.h.. 3 cents per k.w.h. with him. She commented that *
Vanity basketball; practice willbegin Growers Association rolled a car 2 p. m. Friday. Oct 18, In the 'This rate can be taken at the option her grandfather name was Ebe. '
at Homestead High Oct. 28 neezer and she knew he would
load, or 400 crates, and South Florida Field stadium. of the consumer
In preparation for a schedule Florida Growers shipped 1,000 Programs sent out by the University The IS minimum combination turn over in his grave with envy
which opens on Dec 10. Coach Ted make special mention of If h. could know of the thrice
crates light and rate will remain in
Bleler announced this week. Biblical name of Mr. Chandler'sancestor
!the fact that the Gator Growl will force for heavier domestic consumers
Three ot last years letter men be featured with boxing by H. H .
They pay (S a month for
will be playing again this year R. H. S. ATHLETIC Graham, Jr, of Naranja a student I 75 k.w.h. or less, and 2 cents per
James Sullivan and Ralph Dellln- at the University who is DRAFTContinued
I k.w.h. for all current in excess
ger. who were picked for the lightweight boxing champion of of 75.
Fourth High School District all- the southern conference of universities -
tournament team last year, and D. I and colleges He will be I The new light rate Is $1.SO for ( from Page One)

L Bowen. In addition are follow- IN FULL SWINGRedland starred jointly with John Joca, national 12 k.w.h.; 10 cents per kwh for will take place from 7 a, m. to
the next 18, and on down but it
ing oho saw some action last year champion. Fuller Warren i 9pm
Matt Ballero Charles Conner, Steve High Schools 1940-41 of Jacksonville will be master of II Is obviously to the consumer's advantage All men from 21 to 35, Inclusive, .'
Bundo and Lester Archer. Also varsity basketball schedule as an- ceremonies at the Gator Growl.J. to switch to the $3 mini- must register Mr. Hindman pointedout
coming up are Charles Robertson, I mum combination rate when the Dade County is divided into
Don Done, Charles Steffani, Waite I nounced by Coach D R Snyder Elton :McEwen Dies I II consumption reaches 27 k.w.h. or 10 districts, and the Redland District .
I will begin on Dec. 10, but before .
Brunnan Roger Glenn md Is In District No 7 For Jus.
I then a full program of athletic 3-Month Illness
E :c :i MartinTOUCH After tiflnble reasons, a man In one district ..-
activity will be holding at
------- I
may register In any other district
I that 'rl ool-a program designedto J, Elton McEwen, 63 died Monday -! and his card rill be sent to
FOOTBALLCIIA31PIONSIIIP give participation to many i morning in the Kendall hospital -
his home district.
: pupils Included in the program will be I after an illness of three! The colored chief registrar of ,
months which followed an operation
in \\ed- p
i this district were sworn
i badminton paddle tennis volleyball Funeral services were conducted (Continued from Page One) The chief
I nesday at Goulds. registrars -
hand ball, table tennis touch'
I at Turners Funeral Home I II the state of Florida the white schools ,
through of this area s
\WON BY SENIORS ball football, Softball baseball, basket- Wednesday morning by the Rev. I I citrus commission Is trying to give will be sworn In at 3:30: this afternoon 'j
quoits track gymnastics.
I J. E. Johnstone and burial was In the consumer in every part of the The Parent-Teacher Association .
boxing, box hockey. Two tennis
Palm Cemetery at Naranja
kind will meet .
courts and four shuffleboard country "the of fruit we ourselves executive board .
The senior high championship I courts are under construction. The Mr. McEwen, a brother of C. W I eat in Florida" at 2:45 to attend in a body the
In rtramural touch football at I paddles for paddle tennis were I McEwen, came to Homestead a Miss McBrlde column of the swearing In of the registrars and
Homestead High School was wonby I completed Monday by the manual I year and a half ago from Bremen, 'air is unique She takes the I hear suggestions from the Dad
the twelfth graders yesterday training department Ga., and made his home with a homely, human beings of life and I County selective service committee -
afternoon when they defeated the i I A touch football tournament, In I son, Elton, Jr. He was a retired I makes them living items of Inter- which Includes School Superintendent
eleventh graders for the second carpenter and former railroad James T. Wilson, as to
which the seventh will play the I est to her listeners In the course
time In the double elimination I I eighth grade, the freshmen will man. Survivors besides his brother of her Initial talk, for Instance, she how P. T. A. board members may
tournament which was started last I play the sophomores and the Juniors and son who live In Homestead :,' told of Mr Chandler grandfatherand help in the big task next Wednesday .'
week by Bleier. The are: another son Alexander ofFalrbum his trek into Florida with a .
CcA.Ted will play the seniors will get
score was I under way the week of Oct. 21. Ga.. and three daullhlera.1 u __
The first game between the juniors Mrs Earl McClung of Bremen, and __ __ _
and seniors played after the Misses Belle and Elba McEvven of l n
seniors had defeated the freshmen -Mrs. Whitney Beam; vocal duet, Atlanta.
83-0 and the juniors had downedthe I "Barcorolle" from Tales of Hoff I 1
man"-Mrs, T. L. Hodges and Mrs.
sophomores 46-12, was a battle
of the (lants. At the end of the I W M. Fifield: vocal solo, "The RATES ; !
Answer" (Robt. Terry) Mrs, LIGHT
second half the score was tied at I GATLIN'Sw ;
28 ,ill, and an overtime period was I America Musselwhite" closing hymn, -
nece ar; The final score was I
46-34 in favor of the seniors. cents for first 25 k.w.h; 13 cents 'Uj
Naranja Boy on U. F.
Th' seventh and eighth gradersw 'for second 25: : 11 cents for third
11tart a championship series Homecoming Program 29: and 9 cents for all over that SODB FOUNTAIN
Monday afternoon on the school I amount. The power rate was: .1,
grounds The winner of two out Willlard M. Field. hortlcultur-' cents for first 800 k.w.h.; 3 cents ,

of rhrei' games will get the title. 1.- I I
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(it ,], l'r games of the double i i.1mIn31Ion I i
tournament (in which
I im must be defeated twice 1 I. BRED-RITE Opens Today

r.ter '"+ be eliminated) results I II
t :
1 : Two Doors North
r j' seniors defeated the freshir I
0" '.. 11'(' 53-0 last week-end and i
82 IR Wednesday afternoon of thin I i

war ; I I of City Hall !
r a. ','pi omores were defeated '
I-' 'rr un urs 48-12 and 1 1)11". i iTomato Seeds:,

frtorn 3j-28. I, E
The eighth grade A and B teams I
won from the seventh grade A and i
B I I: -- -- -- .-M_ -
team 40-30 and 52-0, respectively __ -I II
iirsames played last Friday i I
afternoon. The series between I' Give You Crop AssuranceRUTGERS FREE I

these two grades, starting I
will be played by picked MOndRY'j I t I ICE CREAM I II

Circle Will Prest'ntProgram : i I + I to first 800 persons entering store I II

This Evening :
i< I after 3 p. m. j ;
A program will be presented at __ .___ ____ i
the Homestead Methodist Churchat

8 o'clock this evening by the I
Marian Fleltas Circle of the

Woman Society of Christian GROTHEN CLEO i I I
Service at which silver offering I
will be taken. .
The program will be as follow: MARGLOBE SandwichesDrug !

hymn, "Holy, Holy, Holy" (Dykes):

Scripture and prayer, Mrs J J. GLOBE (Waist Globe) NEW.X
Richards, trumpet solos, Song Sundries I
Without Words" (W. D. Revelli) I
and Marjorle' (R. K. Prescott)- I

Hesary1 Wlllard Norman(Nevln; vocal)-Mrs duet, T."The L. Poinsettia Ice Cream :

Hodges and Mrs W M Fifield: KILGORE SEED CO.Phone I t

reading "Love Scene From Tom Bert Ice Cream on the East toast"" Smile :
Sawyer"'-Miss Mary Eleanor Williams J
: vocal solo, "Sing Me to Follows the Spoon ,

Sleep" (Edwin Green*)-Mrs. Wm. 63 Homestead, Fla. i I
Mussehvhit, violin and 'cello ii
duets, "Angels' Serenade" (Q i "

Braga) and Berceuse' (B God- 0 ; ,f,
.rd)-Jose Gaico and Roy Nelson; JACK QATLIM3UM3 j
'cello solo Lullab/ (Cyril Scott) i I

Vocal duet, "The Crimson Glow
of Sunset Fades" (F W. Root)- ;

Mrs Louis Brandenburg and Mrs (Federal) You will always find a pleasant
a' Lloyd Delta, with piano accompaniment lONARK I II

by Mr*. Julian H Webster SHOTGUN: SHELLS atmosphere here.
and Mrs. J. D Redd; reading, ;
Mary Stuart'-Miss Mary Eleanor -
Williams: offertory, "Roman- CURB SERVICE FREE DELIVERY :
will be carried the
throughout I
la" (Orlmfeld) -1'011'1I. Webster; season J :
I '
'..oeat solo. "The Holy City" (Wea- I

tlwrty and Adams): piano tola 7: I I _______ __ __ _'
"X'a:i' de Tune (Claude Busse) j ,. - __ __ __- .__ ,,_ -__ __ ___ __

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vi J Friday, October 11, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Three

'nj, ,* I Mr. and.Mrs. Julian Abraham of Elizabeth Brooks, secretary; Mn. .
b' Coral Gables visited at the Byrum Dano, treasurer; and Mn. Mary Homestead Girl ScoutsBy f

'*' I home Sunday. Goading, Mrs. Tamblyn, Mn Mary Catherine Saber! Scribe.
oat 9 In and )troundF1.omeslead Genevieve Cline, Mn Cook and "" '
met at Mn. Skill's home
I Mr. and Mn. W. C. Campbelland Mn. Dano, teachers.
Tuesday Oct. 8, for our scout
, *
I daughters Marjorie and The Woman's Missionary Societyof meeting. We have decided that
Faye, and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. the Florida City Free Methodist i
i everyone Is to be here at 3.30. It
ii Campbell all of Princeton, spent Church has elected the following
you are not here you will be count-
last week at Lament officers: president Mrs Elizabeth ed absent.
Brooks; vice-president and secretary -
es The girls voted to knit blocks
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Horne are Mn.. Edith Tamblyn; treasurer -
for an afghan for the Red Cross.Miss .
Dr. and Mn. J. A. Smith will Mrs. Albert Campbell who have moving this week to the former Mrs. Naomi Dano; home mission Josephine Cook U going to
I Sherwood Hodson house In Ponce secretary, Mn. Mae Cook
leave tomorrow for a one-month been operating the Wishing Well ; give a first aid course for the
vacation in Mexico City and other during the summer have moved de Leon. and mission study secretary, Mrs. scouts if it Is wanted. Miss Cookis

places In Mexico. They will be I into the Easton house on Bauer Mary Goodmg; Junior superintendent to come on Saturday, Oct. 12 to
joined In Houston, Texas, by MM.Smith' drive. Miss Dora Scott will spend the Mrs. Tamblyn; and tidings give the .first lesson. It will coverall
week-end with Mr. and Mn. DaveWaten agent, Mrs. Dano.
, sister, Mrs. S. L. Casperof emergencies. She will start at
Kansas; Mn. Bertha Denby of Warren, In Miami.
City. Wm. J. Geronimo Jr. 9 and will work out a scheduleand
R. I.. arrived Sunday to spend the returned
we will be finished by 2 at the
A. her and Mn. Hannah Lowe of TavernierIs home Wednesday from a visit of
F. Arthur who has spent several winter with son daughter- most.
I, weeks In Minneapolis, Chicago in-law, Dr. and Mn. C. H. Denby. In the James Archer Smith hos-. two North.months with relatives in the We will meet at Mn. Skill's

and Washington, returned by plane pital for medical treatment. home and bring our lunches. We
Tuesday evening.Mr. Frank Panno of Redland underwent The F7clu.:
Mn. Grace Booth returned last W. met Thurs- have invited Redland Scout TroopNo.
In the James
an day evening at the home of Mn 38 to attend the classes with us.
week from visit relativesin
and Mrs. Francis Freeman Archer Smith hospital yesterday.Mrs. a
Tawai John Rohrer. Mn. Harold Rohrer Scout week begins Oct 27.
v have as their guest Mn. Ortha and Mrs. Harvey Rohrer were hos- There Is to be a pageant Nov 1 in
Frank Skill ill
was during ,
Duffield of Charleston, W. Va. I
tesses. Miami Beach. There Is to be a
her recent trip to Washington, D.
Mn. Duffield Is supervisor of the
CITY rehearsal Oct. 31 In Miami.
operating room at States hospitalin C., and to Vineland, N. J.. where : Mr. and Mrs Spurgeon Davis
F Charleston.Mrs. her daughter, Elizabeth, Is attend- By Mrs. W. W. InerT arrived Monday from Niot, 'I'hn'1

,ing the University of Maryland, ___ "-
. t tv W. T. McConnell and heron and she has been ill since she re- Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Derbyshireof I
MBS. J. W. MILLER HOSTESSTO Flint Mich., arrived for CafeNOW
; William and Miss Vera Delk turned to Homestead Saturday. Friday I Tropical
the winter
returned Friday from a two-week season
trip to Georgia. The McConnell Mrs. Lillian Connelly and her Woman's Society of Christian -
visited in Damascus and Mm Delk, sister, Mrs. Ruth Sumner, both of Service held its October meetIng Mn. M. Silverman of Coconut

in Blackshear. Miami, spent Friday with Miss at the home of Mn. J. W. Mil Grove and her son Myer, were LOCATEDIN
Pearl Whitaker. Mn. Connelly is Tuesday visitors in Florida City.
;"irik;; ler.Those
Miss Virginia I senior at
Mn. Joseph
director: of the Junior Woman'sClub present were: Ricky Becker spent several daysthis
Stetson University, spent the cabaret. RusUd of Miami, Mrs. C. BLDG.
i week visiting his aunts Miss
week-end with her parents, Mr. Black, Mri. John Rohrer, Mrs.:
and Miss Mary Becker, in
and Mn. Geo. M. Frick. Banks Byrum who enlisted In James M. Dobbin Mrs. Charles Miami.
N Krome Ave.
the Marines the latter part of Clinton and children, Diana,
Mn. T. B. Grantham left
Homestead, Florida
yesterday June has been transferred from Archer and Richard, Mrs. Margaret Mrs. R. Worley reported to be
morning on a short business
trip to Savannah.Mr. Parrli Island, S. C., to Quantico, Kennedy, Mn. B. F. Collier. 'recovering from her recent illness, ---,...".._-
Va. Mrs W. E. RowelU Mrs A. H. Hm-

and Mn. Jesse Gossman and man, Mrs. Reeves and daughter,
i Herble Turner, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Niell and
son Charles, spent the weekendIn Clyde daughter
,Mrs. Herbert Turner, was taken to Mrs
Key West. Virginia Claire Roy
'the James Archer Smith hospital ler Mrs. D. V. Wells, Mrs.Chand-I

Mr. and Mn. A. W. Hutchinson 1 Wednesday for medical treatment. Mullins and the hostess I II
have as guests Mrs. Hutchinion's
I Foy Hobbs Is completing his
brother-In-law and sister Mr. and The Sunday school board of the
third week as salesman for Pres-
Mrs. Tom Homan of Trenton N. Florida I City Free Methodist I
ton B. Bird Motor Co., Buick and
J., and their son Harold. I Church elected Mrs. Edith Tom 1
Pontiac dealer for Homestead.
I blyn, president at the annual
John Fredrick who
has teach-
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Byrum had meeting held Tuesday evening.
ing fellowship at the University of as guests Saturday, Mr. Byrum's Mrs. Mae Cook was elected secretary I
Florida Is spending a few days brother-in-law and sister Mr. and and Mn. Naomi Davis treas
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I
Mrs. J. L. Williams of Greenville,I urer. Mrs. Tamblyn is superintendent
Pavld Fredrick. John
recently S. C., who are visiting In Miami. of the Sunday school; Mrs.,
underwent a minor operation fora

foot ailment. '" " ,,' ," ,, " I IE'
F. '
Mrs. Chas. Camp had as guests

Monday, her niece and nephew We truthfully say:- I
Mr. and Mn. H. C. Bredlow of I
Panawanda, N. Y. Cry lour is the day yes
Md hot wets hi .a if .
PONTIACIs i .1......... Jar dlth.. lot both*. .
Mrs. Preston
B. Bird and baby It's always. ready with ..t.-
ion David Lester was removed math el.ctrie water ....u.orric 1
from the James Archer Smith hospital ." *-olgbl or day. rain .. I ,
to their home In Downer ; I (Una-and the coot i Ia only a I

Palms on Wednesday.W. The NEWEST Car : I tow cent a day. I C'

M. Brodie of Redland was .

hospital taken to Monday the James for medical Archer Smith treat- FOR 1941 : :'SE': !'. '};,O'I I I R" :EL' : r.J i JA'ct'aJ: : :

ment. '
It's really
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Gaffney and

daughter, Caroline who spent the a NEW PontiacSEE
summer In Nov, Mich., returned BIRD'SIndorsed
last week to their home, the Wishing '

Well, in Naranja Mr. and PONTUC'S TORPEDO FLEET 1

f SPEAKINGIN I Preston B. Bird Motor Co. !I

LEGION PARK S. Krome Ave., Opposite Tar Office USED CARS i


SAT. NIGHTOct. : Day Phone IS Night Phone 538-R i uur used ears always represent good value, but the I

" ones listed below are uaa.uallYl'holre and we recommend
12-8 I any one of them for your consideration.
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Candidate for Licenses priced low

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I 1931 FORD 2-DOOR SEIAn'w tires ; good I
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for 1940 have expiredAvoid I condition.

by 1939 OLDSMOBILE COUl -nry low mile- j I

Labor citizenship Committee unnecessary embarrassment, inconvenience age; looks and runs like new. I II

Central Labor mien and expense; apply now for 1911 Licenses 1931 PLYMOUTH 2-DOOR SEDAN-good i

Building Trades Council I I transportation cheap.

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P.bI1.h.d endsa at Res-toad. Flu LIBRARY FACTS .....,......?...............-_. .-.._-.._-,...,,,....,,,,............,,IY......,,,,._...,,....,._..-....._.. ?._?_..,_.......,.......,..._,........ (Continued from Page One)

by the Death 0.... P.hll.hi.e h....'. I I AND FANCIES Homestead High School School Pins to Be Sold of the East Glade Is expected to be

entered .. ..rend clue wilt ..11.. three feet lower than the level of
.... ., By Senior Committee
.h II HIS It the MM "Ira Adopts Honor System
H....l..d. Pleads, ..*.. the art .( By MRS. J. E. CVEVSYTTTTTTYTTTYTTTTTVTTTTT1 the bay At that point the canal
Muck I. II7S. will be cloned the
gates pump
A new honor system has been The seniors this week have mad
and the natural Inflow
installed in the school This system plans for selling pins throughout
'IN "lIcnu P.... ... and F. II.'I IBIR\RT llartm gives the student more free Senior High Elbert Dolor was water permitted to resume its

IIo\IJOIlII LEACH ARCHER _..__ I Monday, Wednesday Thursday dom. When a person Is absent or appointed chairman of a sales] committee I the natural abnormally course low After water a table week the of
3p.. m. he does not have to bring of Frances Lamb
. _______ ..,.. ..... tardy composed I
S r Kit tn 10 .-1 marl toil li expected to be dry
Tuesday Friday, fills
a. m p. m. a note from home-he just Lester Archer and Katherine Or-
Saturday, 9-13 .. m; 3-6 p. m, out one of the honor blanks lie fanedes I I enough for ploughing and disking
and farmers making their
BNTRIPTIOV RATES 7-9 p. m. Is supposed to tell the truth. These pins will have the Initials are
U Dull r...tr ... _.._______ II M We that this system will of the school and the of I plans to get on their land two
155.1d..1 Pads Court ____._._..._ ..... I........"........."...................".......................... hope year | weeks from the day the pumps are
be very satisfactory graduation from high school
llu Is the freeman whom the truth -Melba VanWInkle The seniors hope to raise moneyIn started, according to James Sottile,
Roll Your SleevesHull makes -- I president of South Dade Farms
Up free this way for such things .is Skip
And all are slaves besides GIRLS WORK O\ DRESSESAll Day and all other such fun. Among thoM who have started
up your sleeves and get tow"lk" planting or will start planting on
-Cowper.Those -Katherine Oifanedes
the home economics aiI'llhave
I 11 the way Dr. Minnie L. the East Glade within the next
been cutting out garments ---
M ,felt president of the NationalF
two or three weeks Ire
who listen regularly to Each tenth grade gill has the
deration of Business and Professional L. L. Chandler 600 of
the broadcasts of European news, choice of making an afternoon Ardel Parman and Harry

Women's National Business Clubs now Women'sWeek celebrating -I ia\r one more privilege In this dress or a Sunday diessThe Bishop Head Freshmen early tomatoes; Harold Brenner,
200 of lettuce Gus Hooks
acres ; ,
great nation of ours for which to makIng
ninth grade girls are -
has called the 73.000
member -
100 acres tomatoes; John G. Williams -
be thankful: the freedom of the school dresses; the eighth Miss Behren'a eighth grade classof
of the organization to attention 100 acres tomatoes; O. B.
'eur garde gills are making sleeping girls has elected the following
Since the radio Is the chief pajamas; and the seventh grade officers: Ardel Parman, president; Thornblll of Danla, 25 acres tomatoes -
They are to concentrate on the of I and ; Joe Torclse, 40 acres tomatoes -
memit employing a large part four girls are cutting out aprons which Jenny Hardy vlce-piesidcnt;
fudrrtition program for the year leisure time Imagine radio they will be using later in their Anne Rheney, secretary-treasurer ; J. W. Gillosple 400 acres
Making Democracy Work" which fans not being allowed to tune In cooking classes Milfred Severy was elected student tomatoes; C H. Shaw (with J. W.Gillespie .

has been designed to help them to to any station regardless of location -Gracie Torclse council representative. I ) 200 acres tomatoes; John

come to grips with the problems Few of us would relish a restraint Mrs Rutland class of eighth I II W. Campbell 200 acres potatoes;

in their own communities "The of this kind. 'New Members ReportedBy grade boys elected Harry Bishopas Pat TuccI 100 acres tomatoes, 200

most Important factor In making Because of the restrictions of various I president, Wayne Sherry asvicepresident I acres potatoes; Charles Weekly, 40
democracy work Is to have an Informed natures In other countriesthe Glee Club and Band and Wilson Austin acres tomatoes, 20 acres potatoes

and responsible citizenry" United States Is becoming the There are 33 girls In the Glee as secretary-treasurer The student I North Dakota Seed Commission, 23:
Dr. Moffett declared. haven for learned TomHodges acres potatoes to be planted by
many men and council representative Is
Club this This Is the
year. largest : I
So likewise thinks Star- Tucci under supervision of com-
Kathryn women who cannot work where girls' glee club In several years The Junior high school
buck, secretary of Skidmore College Individual! creative Instincts are The voices well trained and clauses have completed two weeks' mission.
who Is chairman of the fed- held In The water control system of
abeyance by decrees ol well blended, and the club will be work of'Literature and Life and II
.T. ,it Ions program committee. the governments I able to do three part songs later are beginning the study of junior South Dnde Farms was made ade-
Fivt hundred state committee Such a one is Thomas Mann who English. quate to meed the present flood

.Ii I ,irmen. individually consultedI not only sought temporary freedom on.The Glee Club will sing at the I condition by the addition this sum

I tin national chaiiman are In but cherished it so dearly he assembly program next Tuesday I MANUAL TRAINING NEWS mer of two master canal pumps to

-I 11 input on the point that women has become an American citizen. I Forest Dance" by Delibps and The manual training boys have; the four already in operation.
i ( After the week of the
His latest work, 'Th Beloved pumping
n i I.t t p ,.i'iticipntemoie vitally morei Song of the Plains' by Wilson. all started on their projects for
i n t'1 Iltc'ntiy i In the everyday mech- Returns is a novel l of Goethe and E1 Members of the band will begin this year, and as it looks now, we'I 11'I'locked gates of the canals nijd

,",, "nn of government if the peoDl the Weimar of 123 years ago Pub- I drill practice this week in preparation have a good exhibit foi the fair ditches will hold the water back

', i iii.ht, to 'lit*, liberty and the llMer call it 'delightful and biill- I for the basketball games and this year. Several beds have been' until the tnble rises high enoughto

Pi" -tit of hnppinem' are to preI Innt' He Interrupted his Joseph I the Orange Bowl game and pa- started, one or two vanities. some I I feed the proper amount of

\ I \ ,,, Stnibuck explained "If series to write thus' story of the rade In January. Billy Jacobs, chairs and some tables are among I water to the glowing plant'sA .

I'' \ are to weather the storms greatest of poets ol the last three 'Vara Rheney and Charlotte Ge- the projects started As usual |dare:' bumper crop and good prices
nl\II'ifli. expected because of the increased -
< 'iino, toward us from within as Iron Imo have been doing some native mahogany is being Used.
Twenty-fixe when the I demands for feeding men
\'" II its i from without our country. yeses ago fancy twilling the past few days A large shipment of cedar from
T' .i. state leaders advised us to, tint World War wai new Dodd -Mary Jo Close North Carolina was received this :i in defense units of the countrj

'roll up our sleeves! and get to, Mead and Co. published a novel I -- -- past summer and a number of '_

work That's what we are doing by Lrsklne Chilrteri, an officer In Bob Spear Is Elected cedar chests have been started. I i $350OMCAMPContinued

"In this critical citizens the British navy, entitled "The I President -Carl Alexander
year Sophomore
Rid'I!* of the S.mds" The novel

must key. themselves Can we. for to instance emergencythinking. see dealt with! a projected Invasion of Tenth grade officers elected COMPILES BIBLIOGRAPHYA I I ( from Page One)
England by the Germans from
clear enough to curb real 'fifth I bases on Frisian Islands. So realistic -II Monday are: president Bob bibliography of colonial life Simmons said he spent three
column' perils without losing those Commander Childers'prophecy Spear; vice-president Mary Mis- has been compiled by the librarian months here last winter and found
civil rights that ore the very foundation that the novel Is now tretta; secretary-treasurer Roger for the use of history students and I I deplorable conditions among sub-

of democracy? Will we Inertuse I being reissued Glenn. anyone eke who Is Interested It]marginal! migratory families In this
taxes to meet partially the A party committee appointed contains material the dress
on area. All that remains now Is for
This book
be obtained
costs of national defense Or will I local can thanks from I Friday Is composed of: Fred Hobart manners homes and surroundingsof I the community to want the camp
your library, to a
Walter Brannan Norman
wi' charge expenditure to future the period. he said and once the purpose of
friend of the library who donateda
Ernst Charlotte Geronimo and
generations? I -Doris Thompson. I I

"No one could possibly blueprint copy LIppincott last summer reports that the first I Dorothy Sullivan. op-eration
Those appointed on the student I I
1 ''uisr through all the thousand I European order for books to be |guidance committee by Mrs. Gal- them to bring wraps of some sort
aid problems that may arise filled In months includes fifty to place over them because of the thusiastic for the camps.
from the terrible stress of world copies cf Christopher Morley l laher were: Athley Kemp Mary coming chilly weulher The camps are Intended to take

events Yet it Is clear that In orderto I "Kuty Foyle. Th shipment Is Frances Rutland Carl Mary Ellen Mrs Edwards lass has been I care of families who live in the
Dearing, Alexander and
retain our rights, we must accept bound for Sweden.Duncan entering clowns and balloons. I open or seek refuge In abandoned
Richard Biggers. Each week this
our full share of responsibilityIn I Aikirmn, whose "The Mrs Thurman's room has a shacks, cobbled up packing box
committee will the tenth
defending them: we must strive I All American Front" has Just gone pretty border of autumn leaves I shelters and other unhealthful 1 and

to make democracy operate as efficiently into a fourth edition, has starteda grade a program during home which the children made in the I(|Insanitary quarters, Simmons said.
,i" possible" room peiiod This week program The tables At Belle Glade rent of $1 a week
tour of the United States in art peiiod of the I
was as follows: Monday-Carl I'
--- - hours of work li
room are decorated with yellow'oilcloth I plus two charged
I simi-lar ( Alexander spoke on "Committee centerpieces Billy Ball I. but the money goes back Into op-
Talks" I I.
ART EXHIBIT I Your library has the third edition on "Personality"; Tuesday-Athley; Wednesday-Kemp who has been transferred to'' eration of the camp, for added

of "The All American Front" Miami Is being missed by all the' comforts, advantages and recrea-
Fred "Student
Hobart Council"
I on, "
tional facilities for the Inhabitants,
brought up to date In January of Walter
(Continued from Page One) ; Thursday- Brannan and not to the government for repayment -
I this year. It includes vital material the Tune pupils in Miss Ray's third
on party committee and Friday
; -
the right hand side and front ol which reflects the critical grade are having an arithmetic of constiuction With the

tho building, as one enters I position of the South and Central Get-Along Hilda With Dodson Others on" How to contest with sides. names as I aid of WPA and other federal

Across the front of the building, American republics in the world The room mothers are Mrr Wm. Brooker and Horne. So far agencies, a clinic Is maintainedwith

hung paintings made by Mill I drive bv Nazi and Fascist forces J Geronimo, Mrs. L. W. Ernst Brookcr's side has won I. a nurse and physician there

Maude E. Chandler in China and In August Duncan Aikman stop- and Mrs M. D. Jacobscn. In Mrs. Cooper's room the are a recreation supervisor, music

in Florida and adjacent states On I iped over In Miami to recuperate'from pupils have started new spelling teacher, home manager and schools

the left are groups b>' Mrs Lonnle the flu contracted In Havana Thomas Varnado Is New notebooks and twenty-one pupils -furnished by the government but

Hood and Mrs rank Webb. |while covering the Pun-Ameilcan have made perfect papers and received staffed by the county education
President of F. F. A. board All children of migratory
Conference. It this stars on them
Paintings bj the Rev R. HSpeai was during The remainder -
pastor of the HomesteadChun I atay that he visited the local library Thomas Varnado was elected of the class Is expectingto I workers housed in the camp must

II of the Nuzarene fill a i and was much impressede president of the Homestead Future do the same The pupils are attend school.Instruction.

bI I h .,it the extreme edge of th 'i'with the building and Its toll 't'I Farmers at a meeting Tuesday expecting to make a new book In sanitation nnd
I health hygiene 1st and the
I given
''tion of books Casa, also
I, 11(1 It. nnd on the wall neubv Virgil Bailey was made viro-prenl-
ate v'DI Hi ef Mr Hood and Mrs,, I The library subscribes for the dent; Walter Brannan secretary: The fourth graders have just!I'camps elect a council to maintain

V H> Pan American Bulletin published ,Oscar Clonlnsjer. treasurer; Harry finished a border of wild ,ees.1!(government within the camp The
by the Pan American Union 1 and cattails for the bulletin board chairman of the council acts as
Bowen and D. L. Bowen
In in, unframed group me Miss I I reporter; I I Those who do not
camp mayor.
Washington, D. C. This bulletin around the room.
watch Lewis
dog Eaker, Jay
B"rih i Mill ilausman's first tiviattempt -
:comes In English and Spanish each I Newton and Both fifth and sixth grades have conform with the camp laws regarding -
Angelo Mistrettawere
at portrait painting ana
{month and will give any one interested placed the their Good English Clubs organized -! health sanitation orderliness
Mrs Ben Archer's first two. | on executive committee ,
the latest Information con- Connie Campbell i II chair etc., are ejected
Pupils of high school a.* 01' No family can remain In the
'cemlng our relations with our New members Alfred man In Mrs Bird room and I
:younger who) are interested In art t': Latin neighbor are: James Brown In Mrs. Wynn's camp for more than a ye.r. Thus
Billy Dickinson ,
asked b Mrs Archer ,,5.lunde. Sonny the lessons taught In the regarding -
are ) president camp
Just two days after the third Peters and Teddy Parker. nlgrcenhands room. Mrs Fifields room hasnt
of the Homestead. Act Club,, I sanitation hygiene and
'printing of 'Th Fire and the I chosen a chairman yet. ,
to com to the Chamber of Com-, Wood" went to press, a fourth Harry R. Bowen. Mrs Wynns sixth grade English diet can be given to a new popu-

mere building Saturday morning I I:printing was required. This is the Club held its first meeting lation each year.

.t > oclock and to bring with I fastest selling R. C. Hutchinson ELEMENTARY: NEWS Monday with "Kindness" as the migration of birds.

them any art materials they have, novel so far published ItI a The pupils of Miss Jackson'sroom subject

that may be of use on that day current best seller have been drawing circles Mrs. FuVld's science classes are The sixth grade arithmetic

Two-hour classes In sketching, and straight lines In preparation collecting tadpoles, turtles, butterflies classes are practicing making

JIII.teler colors or ell will b* Art Instruction for both ,hlldrn for manuscript writing, and from etc. The sixth grade boys change with paper money they

formed it th* demand warrants and adults U tree, but the the circles which are being drawn I are very much interested in this mad

An instructor for this group ii local student must pay the In. they are making animals. They collection. The fifth grade classesare Mrs Futield's pupils have been

promised] by the Miami art center structors' transportation expenses, hltLKI beta having lust after aim collating pictures discussing hobbles. Each child I*,
The modeling classes for children and they must buy their own materla -, lunch a fifteen-minute rest period Arctic terms, golden plovers, I I to chooM ont and work at It to d*-

were oil' Jowevea. J, whicha they lie en. rugs and humming birds for theta science 1 I""jo"It. .Man/ child,", already
>\I s,ga"'.i i I !t I ,I ,I :, 1 ijiti iraltalLr ''iiIIII 1 {I. I .N I.l.cull.u..N wbN sent****:ji ItetUM kWrUsjl th* \I.M Ii ,. :'... IIPave .

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'II . Social Events in South Dade . I 'II

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onstration Club's opening meetingIn

A brilliant address on leadership Miss Bertha Kill Hausman, program Neva King Cooper School at I I Members of the Homestead B. P. A. Payne, Mrs. Elinor A. Robert
'\\'i "'-, by Dr. Nancy Meek Hnin Miami chairman. Mrs. Archer pre- 9:30: o'clock. W. C. entertained other business I son. Mrs. S. L. West, Mrs. Frank
64 'f physician and psychologist, marked sented the speaker. Oct. Homestead P. T. A. and professional women of the Morris, Mrs. Herbert Katz Mrs.
the meeting of the University Club "This world war is a contest between room mother meeting at S o'clock I district at a potluckdinner in A. Froscher Mrs. II. K Foulk,

'I( Mmiday evening when Mrs. Lawrence two ideas of leadership- and executive meeting at 3:41.: the Chamber of Commerce buildIng IE.I T. E. Kirby, Mrs. Henry J"hn-
Becker VMS elected to the democratic Ideals on one side and Oct. 11.-Musical program of' Monday evening In observanceof |,son, Mrs. Allan Klmam, hitC '
presidency. Mrs. Becker will suc- brute force on the other," Dr. Hain Marian Fleltas Circle In Homestead I National Business Women's jHagler Rice, Mrs. A. R I.King-
reed Mrs. B. U. Hindman. first said. "Groups like this club should Methodist Church at 8 o'clock. Week (ston Mrs. R. R. KI lu'lI. Mrs. Alex

president and charter member, take leadership seriously, for the Oct. 12-Meeting of art class In I Miss Clarissa Greene of Miami, Hammings, Mrs Chandler Mi-
who has served two terms. right sort of leadership is needed." Chamber of Commerce building. ; state publicity chairman spoke I Williams, Miss Hilda Dodtton and
One who would develop leadership Oct. 12. Meeting of art class in !
The meeting was held at the briefly of the organization of the Emma Jane Rives.
' Bamboo Tavern she said, mutt: find and develop Chamber of Commerce at ( o'clock. I National Federation of Business Members present were: Mrs
.Other officers elected were: the Innate worth and talentsof Oct. 14.-Monday Music Club and Professional Women's Club I' Roy Chandler Mrs. M. F. White.

vice-president, Mrs. Ben Archer; each Individual in the group, meeting at home of Mrs. Bevo twenty-one years ago md of Its Mrs. B. A Waldin, Mrs. C. H. Stef-
secretary Miss Lois Behrens; develop the highest degree of personality Webb at 3:30: o'clock. growth to 73,000 members since I Ifanl), Mrs.: Clinton, Mrs. Stewart,
treasurer Mrs. R. J. Elliott; and and magnetism In himself, Oct. IS.-County P. T. A. school that time. In developing the I Mrs. Rives, Mrs. Hammett. Mrs

historian, Mrs. George L. Polk. be representative of the group, of Instruction at Ada Merritt theme of the evening, "Voting Intelligently ''I Nenbitt, Mrs. Archer Mrs. Lyon
Officers will hereafter be elected have a super-abundance of confidence School. ," Miss Greene told of and Miss Lee.
t In May, It was decided. in himself, think things Oct. 15-Meeting of Woman's the value of legitimate publicityand
The bridge tournament which through, have a sympathetic Imagination Club of Redlands.Oct. contrasted It with propaganda SILVER TEA H GIVEN
1 the club Is holding for Its scholar unusual vitality and 15.-Installation services of FOR REDLAND SOCIETYMrs.
Mrs. Cina Stewart
: ship fund will end with the final abounding energy, be free from the Woman's Society of Christian chairman, assisted by, membership Mrs. Virgil M. A. Bilker and Mrs Dave
1 party next Thursday evening, Oct. habit of worrying, be fair and generous Service. Kufeldl entertained with a silver
Lyon, publicity chairman, hire
J 17, at the home of Mrs. A A. to all, get along with others, Oct. 18.-Benefit supper of Red- Green Rives, Mrs. Charles Clin- tea Wednesday afternoon at the
Mrs. James L. Bird, chair- give the Impression of ability, and land Church.
: Payne. ton, Mrs. J. F. Hammett, Mrs Jas. home of Mrs. Baker fur the benefit -
i man for the party, announced.I have emotional control. Oct. 17-Final party of Uni- M. Carson and Miss Ann Lee of the Redland Woman's Society -
I !\ George D. Ruehle, trcostirer Other guests of the club were versity Club's tournament at homeof gave of Christian Service
analysis of propaganda.Only
_ reported that the tournamenthas Mrs. John Ritter of Miami, Mrs.J. Mrs. A. A. Payne at 8 o'clock. an read "Th
E. J Moor
so far netted the club $92. The G. Wynn, Mrs. J. L. Burton and Oct. 18.-Princeton Home Demonstration one of those present had
f total amount cleared on last year'stournament Mrs. Dexter Smith. Members Club meeting at 2 not yet registered for the Novem Glory of the Gardens" by Kipling

_ was 102.70, she said. present were: Mrs. Lonnie Hood, o'clock at home of Mrs. W. W. ber election, a question by Mrs. and Mrs Herman Heinlein gave a
I Applications of Mrs. Ruth Scott, Mrs. H. J. Thurman, Mrs. Frank Bethea. Hammett, legislation chairman group of original readings.
the Rev
Others present were:
_ Mrs. Green Rives and Miss Josephine Webb, Mrs. Howard Johnson, Mrs.E. Oct. 18.-Meeting of HomesteadP. disclobcd. W. E. Rowrll Mrs Carrie -
and Mrs.
) Cook for club membershipwere B. Blackburn, Mrs. Paul Reynolds T. A. at 3p.m. Miss Mary Eleanor Williams, McCullouiih. Mm J T Kelly
unanimously approved. Mrs. W. R. Bird, Mrs. JamesL. Oct. 22.-Dude County Councilof newest professional womun of the
|Mrs. J. D. Wysong, Mrs. Gn W
J Annual reports were given by I Bird, Mrs. Hindman, Mrs. Legion Auxiliaries meeting and district drew applause] with a I Turner Sr., Mrs Oco. W Turner.

I Mrs. Ruehle, treasurer and finance Ruehle, Mrs. Bleler, Mrs. Becker, luncheon In Legion hall. humorous reading. I Jr Mrs. A. W. January, Mrs ( ''i ,
: chairman Mrs. T. J. Elder, secretary !Mrs. Polk. Mrs. Archer, MissI Oct. 21-B. P. W. C. luncheon Mrs. Maude E. Chandler plllntl'I'and Lair, Mrs. Fronk Shunt 'liI -
and publicity chairman and I Hausman and Miss Bchrens. Bamboo Tavern.
1 meeting at former teacher both here and |I M. M. Ramsey, Mrs. Ida EIII11'
Oct. 21-Social meeting of Jun In China talked on the exhibit of ,iF. J. Cornell, Mrs. Annn MI--I-I-

JUNIOR CLUB PLANS FOR MASQUERADEBALL for Woman's Club. l paintings put up by the I Illml1llteadArl ':'smith, Mrs. W. D. Mahmi,, Ml-
I I Oct. 22-Social meeting of Club that afternoon on thesurrounding 1 Harry Holy, Mrs. Fred KufI\1\
AT COUNTRY CLUB ON HALLOWEENto Woman's Club of Homestead. walls. I Mrs. H. J Armstrong !MiA .1

1 Oct. 23-Meeting of Dade Coun Mrs. W. B Mills; led the assembly King and daughter, I..uu.i. .J, .n 1
A masquerade ball in observ- rule "out of order." A person ty Federation of Women's Club in singing rlub sunns. Program and Wins Eslclle Turner
ance of Halloween will be given I I can be ruled out of order if he I In Redland.Oct. numbers<< were announced by i ..
at the homestead Country Club does not rise to make a motion, or 23.-Ladies' night at Rotary Mrs. James Nesbitt Mrs. Ben Ml'Sir ('II'n TO :MEET
Thursday, Oct. 31,. by the Junior I the chairman may be out of orderIf Club. Archer, president presided.The AT WEBB HOME MONDAY e
Woman's Club of Homestead, the he does not allow on amendmentto Oct. 24.-Dorcas Class mcctin,, guests included: Miss RuthE. I The Monday Music Clut i will
group decided at a meeting Mon- a motion to be voted on before at home' of Mrs. T. E. Kirby. Shorter and Miss Greene from meet at 3 o'clock Monday .'I the
day evening the clubhouse. the motion Itself, pointed out Mr. Oct. 24.-Meeting of Presbyterian Miami, Mrs. Carson from Keniins- home of Mrs. Bevo Webb -\'ItloMrs :
Prizes will be given for the best Wakefield. Mr. Wakefield Is Auxiliary.Oct. vllle and Miami Mrs. Gussle W. I Webb and Mrs W E Rhen
; costumes and for staying unidentified chapter advisor of the Homestead 30.-Lily Bow Book Review Joiner Mrs L R. Becker. Mrs A. as hostesses.
the longest. Patrons will not Future Farmers that won first Club meeting in library at 8 p. m.
; be required to wear costumes but I place in parliamentary procedurein I
masks will be sold at the door. the district last spring RAIN OB SHINE CLUB

; Mrs. James 1. Bird, president,, !MRS. HINDMAN: 19 SPEAKERAT HONORS MRS. WEBSTER THE DIXIE DRUGPhones
. Mrs. Julian H. Webster was honored -
named Mrs. Harold Oxford, Mrs. WOMAN'S CLUB! MEETING
Walton and Mils Pearl with a handkerchief shower 30 and 9181-Homestead. Fla.
{ Virginia Fabrics and their uses were discussed -
In observance of her birthday an'
Whitaker to serve as the dance JACK POLK-HOWARD JOHNSONIWfTfVfUUM
by Mrs. B. M. Hindman at
niversary at a luncheon fur members -
committee.All the opening meeting of theWoman's of the RaJn or Shine Club by
the district
women's clubs In -
attend Club of Homestead Tues- Mrs. C. J. Parman at Die P8I'manhome
will be Invited to a
day afternoon In the clubhouse yesterday.Covers .
series of sound motion pictures to
Mrs. Hindman also talked on nylon
I were laid for: Mrs. Lei
be shown under the club's sponsorship -
its use and care. H. Mrs. W. E.
Tuberculosis Lehman, Rheney,
by the Dade County -
t Association it was de Mrs. J. R. Brooks was made pub- Mrs. Frank B. Rue Mrs. Carl Caa cade
the lic health chairman. Mrs. II. K. Deden Mrs. Helen Hackler MrsT.
clded. The series will start
second Monday In December. Mrs. Foulk presided. J. Faust, Mrs. Webster and c1 e

Edwin McGarrah, program chairman Delegates selected for the meet- Mrs. Parman. 2fi
of the Dade County Federation
association Ing
announced that the
1 f, A school of instruction will beheld
l can furnish the club with a of Woman's Clubs In RedlandOct. by the Dade County Council This Volvo won't rest lone M bt Inn early! Y*..
series ot movies dealing with general '' 23 were: Mrs. Foulk Mrs. of Parent-Teacher Associations in 4% get 36 large sal sheets end 24 tn-tlopn. fine
health, care of the child and Orln Smith, Mrs. P. J. Franklin, the Ada Merritt School In Miami quilily thill ..Hum,
other subjects."Under Mrs J, T. Hall, Jr., and Mrs. J. ---.....-
no circumstances may a F. Hammett. 3,9C'Ibw
chairman or president at a meeting Present were: Mrs. J. D. Perkins Henry Ruegg, Mrs. Hindman. Mrs A 71a PlOOUCI ,
; enter Into a discussion, unlesshe Mrs. O. W. Calkins, Mrs. Em- Foulk, Mrs. Smith Mrs. Franklin.
leaves the chair" said Geo. N. mett Crowson Dr. Irene Shanklin, Mrs. Hall Mrs. Hammett and Miles
.: Wakefield in a talk on parliamentary Mrs, H. B. Seattle, Mrs. W. R, An. Pearl Whitaker. tk ttnu t tItattuu

procedure preceding the meet. derson, Mrs R. R. Kinard, Mrs.

ing. A member in the organization -!(Joel J. Robinson, Mrs. Herman LATHER BRUSH
may rise to a point of o.der Heinleln I Mrs. Herbert Katz Mrs.
T* got Ihs lent ihivi you need plenty .' .bundintUtKtr pIIlQ I p''
Take a Up.-Uks your trip I' \\j worked Into the b.'d. A..<. truth helps 1r
: by florid Motor Lineal This ,sprats l l priced brash hit pure bldair her
Wherever you travel by: % ...t. lOt |I. rubber.

Cry Florida's Zephyr flue J'ou ::J KUNZOSHAVING '"
will arrive refreshed rest I ,
s,,,.t '
Itu !' ed. ready for an>thing- + 98 c )

and with money left \ BRUSH tI

Sample One Way everl'l

MIAMI .43 Gieautij.

ST. rETER"BlltG 1.051, Deep,laWngwoesof4 Alta COMBINATION ,
GAINESVILLETALLAHASSEE ..55 to 'eliness.with Thermlque, the I SPECIAL
/4 ''US beatwleM Method i a 4 Owl
ATLANTA I.U safe( comfortable i 50c size R.xillanaCough
CINCINNATIHOTEL IUel "-' Art f tot' Syrup and .

REDLAND 1tf.M1l4UlJAI. 25 list of 30 R.xaM

Phone 51 .. Cold Tablets
e Flatter Avenue OU 1110..1..1 .
..... tlALICE'S..... w._ ttmblMtleii C
A. five fee

l BEAUTY kelp I 111 e ert sUf that toed

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Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday; October 11.- 1940

BRIDAL SHOWER AT VANN HOME TUESDAYMrs. t i Plans for the meeting of the

I Social EventsBRIDGE Ormand Cash was honored 'James Coker Mrs. R. L. Godwin. I|Dade County Federation ofi
Ii i Women's Clubs with the Woman's'Club
with surprise miscellaneous ihower Mrs. B. R. Swllley, Mrs. Florence of the Redlands were made
I Facettl, Mrs. W. D. Coker, Mrs. J.
I Tuesday evening given at the homeof T. Martin, Mrs Adam Brannen. 'at a called meeting of the Redland
I Mr. and Mrs. J. Tom Vann by Mrs. R. A. Cash Mrs. Vann Mm club Monday evening the club.I I

Mill Ellen Vann and Miss Lillian Edwina Close Miss Norma Cost- house.
TOURNAMENT TO END WITH PARTY Swilley. Mrs Cash before her man, Miss Josephine Cash, Miss The federation meeting will b.

AT HOME OF MRS. A. A PAYNE THURSDAY I I.marriage recently was Miss Nellie Eleanor Sullivan bliss Sauls, Mrs. ''held In Redland Community
Mae Martin. Cash, Miss Swilley and Miss Vann. I Church on Oct. 23. Luncheon will
-- Mrs. R. A. Cash and Mm Nella Those sending gifts were: Mrs.J. ''be served In the clubhouse.
The finals of the bridge tournament -j Mn. Vane Harris Mrs. Claude Souls J. Curl Mrs. chairmen foe
I were winners in contests. R. Dorsey, Mrs. P. Committees and
given by the University Club Campbell Mn. J. D. Perkins, Mrs. I I I
Present were: Mrs. L. Anderson P. M. Posey and Miss Pearl Whit- the meeting announced by Mrs.
for IU scholarship fund will be S J. Lynch, Mn. H. K. Foulk Mrs. Mri. Wayne Adams Mrs. aker. Cina Stewart president are: reg-
played Thursday evening at 1 M. F. White. Mn. C. H. SteffanI 'jistratlon, Mn. Seymour Dane;
(clock at the home of Mrs. A. A. Mrs. Geo. D. Ruehle and Miss Lois
Mrs. E A. Carter hostesses
ticket sale ;
Payne. Prizes will be given to Behrens I FIVE W. M. U. CIRCLES ELECT LEADERSAT I at the church, Mrs. Frank:

tie two women and the two men Miss Elinor Payne and Frank GROUP MEETINGS HELD WEDNESDAY W. Stlllman Mn. Geo. W. Turner,
who have the highest scores. Webb won the prizes In the third ,Jr., and Mn. Dan M. Roberts;
The club hopes to have a large party of a group Friday evening I i I Mrs. Pete Morgan was elected Mrs. R. E. Edwards was elected hostesses at the clubhouse, Mrs.
attendance of those not In the at the home of Mr. and Mrs E. B. leader of Circle One of the leader of Circle Three and Mn. T.I Dave Kufeldt, Mrs. M. A. Baker
rials, and table prizes tor this Blackburn. Mn. Blackburn and Woman's Missionary Union of the C. Shackleford, assistant leader, and Mr*. Chas. O. Turner; decorations
group will be provided. Mrs. J R. Rutland were hostesses First Baptist Church at a meeting when the group met at the home I Mn Stillman and Mrs. H.
Hostesses for the party will be Others playing were: Dr, and Wednesday afternoon at her home. of Mrs. Edwards Wednesday afternoon J. .Armstrong. Miss Estelle Turner
Mrs James L. Bird, Mrs. W. R. Mrs. Frank Hausman Mr and Mrs. T. D. Piche was elected secretary and Mrs. Stillman will serve
Bird and Miss Kathryn Davis Mn. B. M. Hindman, Mr. and Mrs.T. and treasurer. Committee Mrs. J. Lee Smith was elected the luncheon to add to the church's. ;
Mrs R J. Elliott has charge of J Bleler, Mr. and Mn. R. J. i chairmen chosen were: Mrs. Julia secretary and treasurer. Chairmen piano fund. i
He ticket sale; Mrs. W. M. Fifleld I Hester, Mr. and Mn. Lee H. Leh- Polk, stewardship and children'shome chosen were: Mrs. G. A. Those wishing to attend must
of prizes; Mrs. Paul Reynolds and man, Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Elliott, i ; Mn. Annie R. Butler, personal West, devotional; Mn. Howard notify Mrs. Stillman Route One,
Mrs Geo. D. Ruehle of refreshments Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Frick, Mr. service: Mn. Piche, MargaretFund I Johnson mission study; Mrs. or Mrs. Geo. W. Turner Jr., in
; and Mrs. B. M. Hindmanand and Mrs Howard Lamb and Mrs. ; and Mrs. J. H. Scott, literature Leonard Cannington social; Mrs. Homestead (Phone 595-J) by Monday
Mrs. W. R. Bird, of decora- Webb. W. B. Caves personal service; and Oct. 21, it was decided.
tons. Mrs J. H. Miller and Miss The circle voted to donate a dol- Mn. H. E. Copper literature. Mrs. The club will hold a business
The last game of the group Bertha Nill Hausman were prizewinners lar for the children's home In Lillie Ritch and Mn. Jennie Smith meeting Tuesday.
aeries will be played this afternoon In the second of a series!Arcadia. I were also present.
at the home of Mrs. B. M. of evening parties for women Fri Others present were: Mrs. Mn. J. Tom Vann was elected, REDLAND CIRCLE ELECTS
Hindman. Mrs. Ben Archer and day at the home of Mn. LawrenceBecker !Frank Irwin, Mrs. W. D. Coker, leader of Circle Four when the MRS. SAM J. DAVIS LEADER
Miss' Lois Behrens will be hoitenses. in Florida City where Mn. Mrs. J. T. Martin and Mn. Catherine group met with her Wednesday I Mrs. Sam J, Davis was elected
Becker and Mrs. Rudolph Mattson PIckard. afternoon. Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott
leader of the Redland Neighbor-
were hostesses. Mrs. Harry Schauberger was elected and Mrs. J. t tI
was secretary
Mrs A. A. Payne and Mrs. E. hood Circle at a meeting Monday
Others playing were: Mri. Roy elected leader of Circle Two and H. Newton, treasurer. I I
A. Ames were prize winners in a afternoon at the home of Mn. W,
Chandler, Mrs. Charles Clinton Mrs. Chas. Martin was made assistant I Chairmen elected were: Mrs. E.
group that met for the third time Gaby. .
I Mrs, Paul Haley, Mrs. Lloyd Deitz, leader at a meeting Wednesday J. Pope personal service; Mrs. A.
Monday afternoon at the home ofMrs I
Mrs A. Wells, Mrs. R. B. Chandler afternoon at the home of D. Brannen. White Cross; 1>11'8. T. Mrs. Davis played several violin I'
Julian It. Webster where ; Miss Mary Louise Booker Miss Mrs. J. R. Byrum. E. Kirby literature; lIIr.V.. B. m'Tben with piano accompaniment
Mrs Webster and Mrs. Thomas
Ann Lee Miss Mosely Sever, Miss Mrs. S. A Turner was made Myrlck Margaret Fund: Mrs. L by Mrs. J. A. Rotherham I
Murph) were hostesses. Barbara Done and Miss Eleanor secretary; Mrs. S. A. King, treas-I A. Wise, stewardship; Mrs. S. H. Mrs. Gaby played several piano
others playing were: Mn. Lee I Kendrick. urer and personal service chair- Fitch enlistment; Mrs. W T. Mc- selections.The .
I'i ,Lrhman, Mrs. C. J. Parman The same group met Wednesday man; Mrs. Bert Andrews, devo- I Connell, devotional; and Mrs. J. hostess served sandwiches
MrBeo Webb Mrs. Howard evening at the home of Miss tional chairman; Mrs. A. D. Smith R. Pope social.! cake and punch.
'ohnson Mrs Paul Reynolds, Mrs. Bertha Nill Hausman with Miss program chairman; Mrs. A. E. Mrs. C E. Saunders was elected The group will meet Nov. 4 with
1enrJohl1llon., Mrs. Frank Haus- I Jewell Turner and Miss Helen Paul, social chairman; Mrs. Gor-I leader of Circle Five at a meeting Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott.
plan Mrs Russell Anderson Mrs Bixler as hostesses. don Ivey, literature chairman: and Wednesday afternoon at the homeof Present were: Mrs. Frank Lar-
W E Rheney Mrs Geo. N. Wake- 1>fn. Alma Doxsee and Miss Mrs. Fred Fuchs White Cross Mrs. E. L. Lawrence. Mrs. I don, Mrs. Geo. Wright, Mrs. L. H.
field, Mrs. C. H. Steffunl Mrs Eleanor Kendrick were the prize chairman.The I Lawrence was elected assistant Klopp, Mrs. Reed Holmes Mrs.
Adrian Jacobs andIr.. T J. winners. group voted to sponsor the', leader and Mrs. J. C. Vann, secretary I Rotherham Mrs. Scott. Mrs. Davis
taust Others playing were: Mn. C. G. A. group during the coming and treasurer. Chairmen 'Miss Eva Rotherham and Mrs.
!Mrs Julia Phillips and W. R. Mailer Rice Mrs. Chas. Clinton, year. I chosen were: Mrs. S, A. Proctor, ,Gaby. HRedm
Bird were prize winners In the Mrs. Lawrence Becker Mrs. Roy Mrs. Paul gave a short talk on I I devotional; Mrs. S. L. West, mission i I
Wednesday evening group that Chandler Mrs. Geo. D. Ruehle personal service. Mrs. Schauberger study; Mrs. Gerda Fread iI I Mrs. E. H. Collier, Mrs.
played for last time at the home Mrs. Lloyd Delti Mrs. J. H. Miller spoke on "Only a Tract." and White Cross; Mrs. W, D. Horne, I Vera Summerlin, Mn. Vann Mrs.
)l Mi and Mrs Bird. Mrs. Bird Mrs. A. Wells Miss Ann Lee, Mrs. Ivey, on "What Do I Owe"I I I social; and Mrs. T. C. Seifert, personal Proctor Mrs. West, Mrs. Fread,
,,"dI1'1I.! W. M. Fifield were hos- Miss Mary Louise Booker and Miss Mrs. O. H. Sullivan also was I service. ,Mrs. Horne, Mrs. Seifert and Mrs.
Wisfy Mosely Sever. present. I I I Present were: Mrs. H, E. Lawrence.
Others playing were: Mr. and -
Mn C. J. Parman Mr. and Mrs. > 1P|

Witlkop.Carl(dndmnn.Wagner Mr.Mr., Mr.and and and Mis.Mrs Mrs, Stanley B.R. M.II. SEE new kind of Refrigerator-you don't have to cover food,r'OeA '

Done Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb.
Mr and Mrs Henry Johnson, Mr.
md Mrs Clarence Gray, Mrs Ida
Clrhrnbergei, Mrs. Willard Camp COLOWALLs
bell. Mrs J. A. Rotherhnm Miss .. 5 ."
Pearl Whitakcr, Allen Neal and s
William Krome iiiitjri ,.1 vAT \

Mrs Joseph Hall Jr., and Mr
Russell Home made the high IiI
idorei in an afternoon group that LOW ( I
met Friday at the home of Mrs. ALL-TIME ,
Paul Reynolds where Mrs. '
Reynolds tSCU.ft.
and Mrs. T. J. Bleier were Model CWM 6- I-

hostesses. II II
Others playing were: Mrs. A. I
F Arthur, Mrs. A. M. Logan Mrs. NOW $ 19V j
Gordon Ivev. Mrs. Jack Gntlin ONLY EASY TER"d I

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Service Station 1only .,
Tbe Frigidaire, COLD-WALL li better because It It the '

refrigerator with chilling coils In the walla. This \ I
John E. Davis, Prop. r
revolutionary principle make possible moist, still cold i;
s. Krome Ave. Phone ell
In the Cold-Wall compartment.Thousands have already

j proved that the FrigldaJre COLD-WALL keeps foods Chilling coils j1! :?!

Lei GARLIC Help Fight better, protects the vital values of foods, that It save '''in the woii/6 t
and food vitamtarflavotill- 1
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Fridav October 11. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Seven

LEGAL NOTICES Dlirhlanti. n Subdn.. Pint Book tl Pan 7. -
la the County of Dade. State of Florida Kcdland i rG ri"'Sf t-- z

LANDS-DADK COUNTY FLORIDA I na amaamtnt embraced of In said Certificate mttrty No.......71 Out*. said The By KATHLEEN.. WAGNER....... I I CLASSIFIED ADS
H..ker "I Ort Ilk. 1141 'Certificate issued .... In the name of _._..".... 1.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that puileant V.known. The Redland Girl Scout troop : 11
to lectio < of Chapter 1I2M. Laws Lou 1 to" 14 Block M. North NlamlHuthlanda Tuel-
el Florida Arts of IM. known u the n Outdo, Plat Book U Pan I. met In the .ch auditorium I RATE First insertion 10d a line; subsequent insertion
Murphy Art the following drecrlbed land In the County of Dade. Btatt of Florida. aa day afternoon. The meeting was ,
hi Dada Closely. Florid. will be offend embraced. In Certificate No. 720 The aa.areiment chairman I 8, a lint
for .t public outcry fur the lifeboat of said property tinder the said called to order by acting ___ _A____
and beet made bid a bjert to the right 01 Certificate Issued* was In the namt of Mrs Albert' P
'M Trustees of the Internal Improvemeii Unknown transacted I
Fund to rajert sop and oil bIde, at the I Vnleei' said Certificate shall bt redeemed I The new Dullness l FOR RENT put In condition the two apartments -

Courthouse beginning it 10 Ml .'.1..10 according to law. the properly described was the election of the following 1 should rent for $360 per
t a. a.. on the .lh day of November. 1(41Baeement therein will be told to the highest bidder officers for the : Scout chair- '
for road right of way (00 fat at the Court home door on the tint Monday ,FOR RENT-Clean, all electric )'ear. It Is a 20% IruestmenU
wide will ba reeerved from any parwUirouin t ID the month of November mo which man, Kathleen Levy, scribe, Rose- furnished apartment. Mrs. Eva H. A. Cameron, Homestead
which there la an existing state U the 4th day of November U40. Burk treasurer Kathleen
mary ,
72. s27tf
KmdDeaerlptloit. I Dated tail lit day of October. 1040.I Collins Federal Highway Biscayne Phone ( )
I I E. B. LEATHERMAN, Wagner; patrol leaders Rosemary Drive at Modello
Lot I. Block t. Morris Homealtea No. j I. Clerk of Circuit Court Htnnnigton, Marie Rogers! Eh'in I
A gubdn Plat Hook II at pan I. I I' Dade County. Florida (dOlt) OIL AND BOTTLE GAS Stoves:
Lot I. 111.vk 10. Rn View Park Amehed Circuit Court Seal) Burry, membership chairman from $1 up. Virgil
Plat A Bubdn Plat Book 17 at pan* 9o. I By N. C. BTFRRETT D. C. I Evelyn Goisman, chairman of the FOR RENT-Furnished and unfurnished Lyon.s27t1)
LoU I and I, Block 10, ... View Part / 4. 11 111 tl. U4o'I committee Kath
Amended Plat A '"W... Plat Book 17 .t entertainment houses and apartments

ran '0.r leen Campbell. Year 'round tenants
Lot I. Block 10. *ea View Park Amend OF FOR I enthusiastic over FOR SALE-Immediate disposal.
Subdn Plat Book 17 TAX DFEDChapter The girls are preferred. Benjamin W. Morris
ed Plat. A at pan K Used sheet tin and wood. Collins -
Lot t. block 10. orb View Park Amenil 17487-Ant! ef IU8-fll. A-427'I their i program and are looking for registered real estate broker
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that T. N. Bid See Mrs. Eva Collins
A giibdn Plat Hook 17 at 10. ,
ed Plat pan
Lot t. Block 1 lira View Park Amend Tome holder of State and County Tax Cer.tlflcat ward to a good year N. Krome Ave next to
:Modello (s20)
d Plat A > "bdn. Plat Bonk 17 at ran M. No. KO Issued the Ird day of Au. i Church. (. )
Lot 11 Block 10. 8ea View Park Amend Brat. A. D. 1.!8. has filed same In my of. day of July A. D IM7 baa filed. same 1.1 1 Baptist I .
Book II... and has made application for a tax my offlre and han made application for n
.d Plat A h"hdn Plat 17 at pateLota I" RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for
17 and IK Block 10. gea View Park deed to bt Issued thereon Bald Certificate tan deed to bo issued thrrton Bald Cer.tlftrauo FOR SALE
Amended Plot, A Sutton Plat Book 17 a.tI embrace the following described prop embrace the following dncrlbMlproperty i sale cheap Mrs. H. H. Ewing
pan 10. arty In the County of Dade. state of Florida In the County of Dade State of 15 N. E. 8th it. Homestead
Lot 1.. Block 1.80. View Park Amend to>.lt. Florida. to-wltt
ed Plat A B"MII Plat Rook 17 at ran .0. Tract 21. Sub of Section 21. Township Tract 4. less E. SS ft. In Section 21 I FISKE MANOR HOUSE: for .ale.1 (16tf).

i Lot 21. Bl", k 10. Boo View Park Amend SJ SouUl Range 45F( +a. PUt Book I, I Township. 12 South Rann 40 East, In the $1,500. See me and make .
td Plat Ad..Inln PUt Hook 17 at pan 8.0.t Page 17, Sheet I, containing j 10 Acres moreor County of r>a ,
1 lose. In the County of Certificate No 121 The aeenamrnt
Dade State of In
Sea View Park Amend
Kink 10.
Lot 22. day In the month of November. 1140 *hl. nla
Id P ... A 8..l Led 29 Black 1 lo. Sea View Park Amend The mistreatment of IIId property under Certificate heard .... In the name of ,. I H. 1.KATHMIM.
td Plat A Bel Mn. Plat Book 17 at pan 8'', cVoim..utt.' .1' was In the name oft. Ann. ZI."". Dated this 14th .
1...' 14. Block 1 10. Bra View Park Amended ", Eot. Tract 10. Bubdn. of Section 2S Town I'FOR SALE-93 acres on Palm C'1k :(I rr.: iCunW; :::
Plat A 8 ibdn. Plot Book 17 at pace MI Unless laid certificate thill bt ndremrdarcordlng ship U douth Range 411 rest Plat Hook avenue west of Florida City, has ll.d. County. rlurMaairtult .
P ..,. 0 and 10.'Bl.x-k 11. Are View lark. to law. the property described. 2. Page 17. Sheet I. containing 10 Actual II i Court Real"
therein will be sold to the highest bidderat lea, In the County of Dade State almost a half-mile of oiled road
I I.; Amended Pint. A gubdn Plat Book 17 .t i more or B) N t.'. 8TH1HKTT D O.
the Court house door on the first Mon i'of Florida, ai embraced In Certificate No I Electric line close
idLot frontigc! by. .' .
; MM I t BrIt" H' U t 4. 11. 10. 104411VVV7f7VVYVVVTVTT'V
i. Block 11. ftea View Park Amend day In the month of November 1.40 which 122 The ......m.nt of Paid property under '
td Plat A Bubdn Plat Bmk 17 at pan Ml ,tl the 4'h day of November. 1D40 the Paid Certlflrato lewd was In the name This is a ghe-auay at $1250 V TVVVV
Lot II Block 11. Sea View Park Anwndtd Dated this lot diy of (I,foorr 1 1140. I of William E. 8il.br Must be all cash H. A. Cam I
Plat A gtibdn Plat Book 17 at pan 80. E. B. LEATHPRMAN tlnleai laid Certificates shall bt redeemedaccording .
Lot II Block 11. 8ra View Park Anwnd Clerk of Circuit Court. u law, the property described eron, Homestead, Phone 72.
td Plat A Subdn Plat B.*>k 17 at pin M. I Dade County, Florida I there. ; will be sold to the highest bidder (s27tf)
Lot II Block 11. Bra View. Park Amrnd ,Circuit Court Seal 1) at the Court house door on the first Monday EXPERT
td Plat A Subdn Plat Hook 17 at pan 10. By N. C. STFRRETT D. C. In the non' h of November. 1040 which. '
SALE Man $10.00.Tom .
.. 1' to tl. Block 11. Ira View Park I (Oft 4. 11. II. 26, mo I la the 4th day of November 1940. s bicycle
Amended Plat A 8ubdn Plat Book 17 .t I Dated. this Itt day of October. 1040 Collins, Modello Fla.
Lot U. Block 12. Sea View Pork, A..nd.td TAX DEED Clerk of Circuit Court BARBERING
flat A luMn. Plat Book IT It "... ill.f I, Chapter I74H-Arte of 1010-Fit. A-421* I>adi County. Florida
Lots II to II Block 12. Hra View l Park NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that T. N. Circuit Court Broil FOR SALE-Two-story house 12
f Amended Plat. A Iubdn Flat Book 17 a. I Tomi holder of Stale and County Tax I By N. C. STFRRFTT D. C. rooms, all celled Inside toilet;
1 NLo go, I Certlflcatra No. 121 and 122 issued tht 8th (Oct. 4. II. II 21 H40J I
1 Lot 110. purchase at $1,350 cash.
Lot 4. G..I.nd Villa, A luMn. Plat
Book I at page 187. 1 No terms can be made and SHAMPOO: ...... lOc

IMPROVEMENT THF-INTF.RNAI. 1I $1.330 U rock-bottom price. It

(Circuit Court Brail f I TAX DEED
By E. B. LEATHERMAN. Ann I t2l
Chapter 1745T-Act. et 1056-Fin. A-
I. 1. Fund
Truilrra Notice .. hereby liven that R A. Can
Dade County hler: holder of state and County Tax Ler BUSlI'SBARBER
II. 1140)
Ort tificate( N.. MS4 limited the 6th day of
J..n. A. D. MS. has filed same In my
NOTICE OF APPI.CATION fOR iff lee. and baa mach application for ft tai
TAX DEED dyed to be Issued. thereon gold Certificate'mhraeee
Clutter I74ST-Aria of IMJ-Flle A.4211 the following desertions! property
NOTICE!: 18 HEREBY GIVEN that Irbi In the County of bade. state of 1'10.101..
Kelme. holder of State and County Tai Wilt
Certificates No. 018 and 910. Issued. the Kevin at the N F. Cor. of w'? ,f W', SHOP
Oh day of Jun.. A. D. 1911II. has filed same .f 8W'< of BE",. Ih WI ly 100 It 8 Ir 1..0.
In my office. and has made application for It.. Ely 100 tt. Mr 100 ft to Pt "f J
a tax deed to be leaned thereon Raid Certlflratea ism Benin In Section 1 I. Township 64 S..h..
embrace the following described lot Range SO rail. In the County "-f UKItate ,'.

property. In the County of Dade State of of Florida '
Florida. to-wltt The assessment of Paid pint ,.rt> uudcr'I N. KR03IE AVE.
Lot M Block 17. Fulford Ehlanda homeAre he said certificate w. in the rum f
Second Addn. a tub? Plat Hook 8. Per; own: our r T. J. Miller et al .
II In the County of Dade 810" of FlorIda nleu amid certificate shall be r. drrrr d
ai embraced. In Certificate N.. 011. ">c,,wiling I" an. 'he iroprrt! ,I II ....."." 01' .
The assessment of tald property under the thereto I mill be -oJoI! to the 101.1....t 1,1 A..AAAAAAaaAAAAAAAAAAAA.AMean

aid Certificate Issued was In the name of
Inknown YOUR children enjoying the benefitsof -

Lot 10 lock 27. F.Iferd Hllhlandi.
Second Addn. a Rub. Plat Hook H Page
103. In the County of Iade Stale of FlorIda home PLANNED to include them ? You
.. embraced. In Certificate No. I"'8. a
The atonement of said property under the
said Certificate Issued wa In the emu ol

Unknown can give them a fine home backgroundto
Unless said Certificate ahall be redeemed
according to law. the property described. .
therein will be sold to the hlBhvt bidder
at the Court house door on the tint Mo. grow up in a place where they'llbe
day In the month of November 1040 which
la the 4th day of "November 1940 I
Dated this lit day of October. IfUO Used Cars
E. B. LEATHERMAN proud to bring friends and jour
Clerk of Circuit Court

(Circuit Court Bract Dailt County Florida I I 1938 CHEVROLET l'z TON TKUCK LonK
needn't be
By N. C. STERRETT D. C. monthly payments any more
(Oft 4. II. U. tl 1>40) I wheelbase; rab and chassis or rah and stake

IN THE COUNTY jinrF.' COt'RT IN bod>'.
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. fLORIDA. than "rent. condition

CHARLES T. FUCHS 8R. TleceuedNOTICC I handles like a passenger car.

To All Credltora and All Penone Having
Claims. or Demand Against Raid Estates wheelbase cab and stake body.
You and each of you are hereby notl SMALL HOME ;
fled and required. to preeent any claim : 1936 CHEVROLET 1'i TON TRUCK Long
and demands which you. or either of you
may hav against the sulfate of Charles. T. wheelbase ; cab and chassis.
........ Ir., deceased late of Dad County utf'JJdlIe wmorith
Florida. to the Hon. W. F. Blantan Cow ( aJ $20 1933 CHEVROLET IVi TON TRUCK Long
flit the
ty Judge of Dade County and aaiM

to his office. In the County CourU...o oaleaZ V wheelbase ; cab and flat body.
Dade Florida within eight
dar aunt ha from the date of the tint pub.lUetloe 1931& CHEVROLET Hj TON TRUCK Long
hereof. Said claims or demand
to contain the legal address of the claimant wheelbase; cab and flat body.

aforeaald ad to tr bt some sworn will to and be barred preeenttd Bra at With One of THESE TRUCKS HAVE ALL BEEN THROUGH OUR SERVICE

Section 110 of the 1(11 Probate Act. DEPARTMENT AND ARE IN A-l SHAPE
D... September leth A. D 1940 I
At Administrator of the Eatatt of
Charles T. Fu Flat publication on 110.... 17, 1140Oepi Our New Construction Bird Chevrolet Co.Oldest
171 Oct. 4. 11. 111. UtoJ .

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Chevrolet Dealer on Florida Fact Court

TAX DEED Homestead Florida Telephone 91VDVARDSTILING
Chapter 17417-Aeta of IMI Loans ---- -.-- .
File Ne A-4MI
Unky. holder of Sate and County TuCertifleatea 'P' ''I'll' a "wlvnaasam. rwmoxwuglnrwxwou.wua. +l r.url
No. '0&. 704. Its and 720. la-
..... the 4th day of June. A. D. In8. boa
filed eame la my office. and bun made ....
for a tu deed to be 'issued there-
l l:0.: :: : Ctrtlflcatet embrace. the followingdoes .

Items property. In the County of Dade
State tf Florida, towltiLota BROOKERLumber
I to IB. Block II North Miami
RI.bl....... a Subda.. Plat Book 16. Pan TIn .
the County of Dade. SUM of Florida REALTORReal
.a tmhraoW In Cmlfk-att No. 701 The
aaataament of sold property under the laid f
t Certificate. head waa In the unit ol General Insurance
, VnknownLota Estate -
I to M Block IT. North Miami Company

Hlah......, n Subdn. Plat Book 1&. Pan 7In I
the County of Dada, state of Florida utnbreoed. NOTARY VU L'C
I In Certificate No, 70'. Tnt a.teeament .. Florida Fla.
of said property under tht sad Cor. Palm Ave and At e. H City,
Cmlilratt basted vaa in the MX 4 of PHONES 501 J AND 601-M:
I \1okn waLu !
. Ito .(, D"". ,Ii 24. Mwta M..tr -sd1

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e Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday,October 11, 1940

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EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY ter Friday night In the I. O. O. F r _
Mrs Sam J. Davis will have
Plant for the annual concregagatlon .
charge of the program and Mrs.E.
and business meeting -
supper J. Norman, Jr., Mrs. J, W. EnIl1.h *-
of St. John'i Episcopal Church
and Miss Alice Macomber will
which will be held Nov. 21, were
have charge of refreshments.
discussed It a luncheon meeting of
the Woman's Auxiliary of the, TURNERS: STiTo GROUP
church at the home of Mrs. Frank FROM STETSON
Crackers 2& 17c
Hausman Friday. The Rev. R. F. Vernon Turner, a student it Excell Soda
Blackford announced that the Rt. Stetson University, was host to a _
Rev. W. H. Moreland, retired
group of his classmates over the _
bishop of Sacramento, Cal., who week-end at the home of his par- c
If now In Delrajr Beach,will be theau..t ents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Tur- N. B. Co. 1 Ib. pkg..
I Products
ipeaker.Mr ner, Jr., In Redland. Phillips
Ralph Klngman lave I arrived Friday to attend -
short talk on the educational features -, the group University of Miami- El Pork &Beans Ag* 25 c Graham Crackers .17cN.
of the church. I Stetson football game. His guests _
Mrs. Julian H. Webster, Mrs. W. were:Russell D.Stillwell of Kings- =
Ferry, N. Y.; Irving Merritt of String Beans 'CANS' 25c B. Co.', 2 pkus.
JACK AND DICK CAMPBELL Panama City; Russell S. Thacker

GIVE Jack: INFORMAL and Dick Campbell PARTY entertained of Shuler Daytona of Tallahassee.Beach, and Arthur Garbanzos 'CANS' 25 c Shredded Wheat .. .17c,

with an Informal party Fri- Mr. and Mrs. F. X. Carmondyof -
day at the home of their mother, Manasquan, N. J., also In the
Mrs Mae Campbell, In Princeton.The .! group, were week-end guests of 3 I Golden Nip 6 cans
evening was spent In playingping Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Turner. (jGeribers Pk*.
pong and dancing.Guests Orange Juice 25c NA
were: Mrs. Carl Wagner HOMESTEAD: ROOM: MOTHERSTO !STRAINED'or, cans -
Mist Marie" Rogers, Miss :MEET THIS AFTERNOON Rosemary Qts.t
Peggy O'Brien, Miss Rosemary The Homestead P. T. A room JUNIOR FOODS 25C Grape Juice 20c I's 19c
Miss Kathleen Camp-
Hennlngton mothers will meet with the mem-
bell, Miss Margaret Stillman, Miss bership chairman Mrs, Green
Rosemary Burke,Miss Lucille Jen- Rives, In the clinic room today at
kbll,Miss Kathleen Wagner, Francis 2 o'clock to make plans for the Pineapple CUBAN 2 NO. Ia 25c
and Richard Prothero, Bobby membership enrollment which will SLICED OR g
Jensen, Otis Snellgrove, R. begin Monday.A = MONITOR -
tinker, John McLaughlin called meeting of the execu-
Oliver Cash. B'1 tive board will be held at 2:41. 1 TOMATO KETCHUP ... ,CRU811EDlilt
The Homestead P T. A. is [ _
asked to help in a distribution of S SUN-OLO
ENTERTAIN OFFICIALS OCT. It clothing for underprivileged children -
Ad Astra chapter of the O. E. Swill i which will be held In Miami 1UGHT BULBS s zle each 15c WITH PATRIOT jEwtunr =3UNCLESAM'SHAT
entertain the grand In.truc-I Springs Oct. 23.
tress the grand Homestead took a small part In |
and the worthy matrons and, a county WPA sewing project E TARGET ISO Mt 1 MX top MM HI* ==S
worthy patrons ot District 29 at this summer and is entitled to a mil TO HUE, mm tin. .. ..
their next meeting, Oct. 18, It was proportion of the new garments l Corned Beef rl7c
decided at a meeting ot the chap made for school children. KLEK 19c, j

1 Coffee 7 1 Ib. Pkg..lie Octagon H
Day 3 Ib. pkg .......39c1KEEBLER

PflffLEHBrand SALTINES p;az10 C
5 small bars IOC
| CAKE FLOUR LG. PKG. 23 c Bulk

Never Worry Solution, Qt. .IOC MEAL or GRITS |_

Avocados and Limes i MILK, 3 tall cans ........ 21c 51bs. .. .... 13cl



E 25cKRAFT w::::
21g. cans ,, =

CHEESE American Velveeta or 2 bas 39ci

Redland Brand
Fancy Veal Roast Milk-Fed Ib. 29cl
| CELERY HEARTS Boned and Rolled

Fertilizersare 1_ Bunch ... . lOc WHOLE OR
Pork Shoulder SHANK HALF Lb. 18CIg

manufactured in Homesteadby | Cobbler SYLVAN FARMS COUNTRY

a locally owned company. | POTATOES Roll Butter i Ib. 35c

IlOlbs. ... . 16c HEAVY WESTERNChucK

Mixtures are carriedon White Seedless Roast 28c

hand for every GRAPES, 2 Ibs. 17c SMOKED
Boneless Butts Ib. 23c

S Yellow 3 Ibs. -

ONIONS ..... lOc
Your patronage is* SMOKED SAUSAGE 2 Ihs. ,25c I'


always appreciated. I
,.w w+ ..,.aw w T-BONE lb. 29c :

t ,':d a.eak",, i
Florida East Coast Fertilizer Gx ALMOIIfL SOAP FOR :

FRANK B.PUE.MGR. ice 'z17; c Large Franks Ib. ISc 0j


HOMESTEAD FLA. j "Homestead's Leading Independent Grocer"Pa a'Y

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