The leader-enterprise
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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 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: UF00087294:00302
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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j City Offers Citizens Legal Aid ,

I I, To Get Tax Title on Vacant Lots !

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; I BOARD GIVES Homestead Tuesday Schools to Mark Hold Education Open House Week .''ATTORNEY AND MAYOR SET

GO SIGNAL ON like Homestead other schools and Redland of the schools nation., which Week. is American Education FRIDAY NOV. 22 TO CONFER I

) will demonstrate and discuss their Tuesday will be open house day ,

part In national defense next week, at the Homestead schools. Parentsare I
41 FESTIVAL urged to come to the schools
, and see their sons and daughters I WITH INTERESTED PERSONS

AVOCADO TREE at work. A public assembly pro- I,
gram will be given at 10 a. m. In -

i' Financial Arrangements' the Neva King Cooper auditorium I THE WEATHER Haycock to Spend Day at k
Redland school has ..
not yet set orn.th. report .r the subto'eh'.lEa
Completed With E. H. id open house day, but la expected +rimeni at.55.n. ".__d. .1........ City Hall Advising

Gallaher GROVE OWNER\ to announce It to pupils today I !>.!. 1 IM 11,1 MI.. H.r. Rain ProcedureNO
Based on the theme, "Educationfor Nov. 1 i 87 82 129.98'Nov.
:i I 85 61 1
the Common Defense," the
CHAMBER BUILDINGTO Earl C. Smith committed suicide 20th annual celebration of American I(I Nov. 3 I, 78 69 I 0.12 : BOND PRINCIPAL
Nov 4 .... ._ I 81 T2 |130.06'' 0.53
GET MORE FLOOR Wednesday morning by hanging I Education Week Is sponsored' Nov. 5. 82 82 13002 TO PAY UNTIL 1967
himself in his off Longview by the National Education :
I ciation, the American I Nov. 8 .m |183 81 12991
road, about one-fourth mile southof Asso-I ,
Purchase of Material Is Mowry drive. His body suspended United States office of Nov. 7 | 84 58 29.921| Supreme Court Decision
from the limb of and the National Congress of
an avocado -
Authorized to Meet I tree by a rope, was found by ents and Teachers. I'3 HELD IN DEATH Frees Homestead of

Club OfferA hit wife, Mabel, who went looking American Education Week ,1 LitigationVacant I
-- for him when he failed to show up founded In 1921 to advance the
: r 'at the house for lunch education and OF BOAT TENDER i
flat after having health of the nation lout Homestead which
fee of |500 will be ;
paid :
i eaten no breakfast was an outgrowth of the fact I
E. H. Gallaher for managing the In his truck parked at the side revealed In the draft of the first have produced no income for many k

1941 fruit festival, and he will of the road In front of the grove, World War that large portions I ofAmerica's WIFE IMPROVES 1 ,year are now available to citizens -

provide any bookkeeping or stenographic Smith had left a crude drawing of population were illiterate I I and property owner for acquisition 1

assistant he a man hanging from a tree, together And physically unfit I by tax purchase, and
neeetsary with two notes, one addressed to Lea than 14 hour after the I
according: to an agreement his wife and the other to his death of Jim Bankston, colored I City Attorney Ira C Haycock will
reached between him and the brother Arthur Smith of Miami. BEGIN MAILING boat tender of the Mowry Canal spend Friday, Nov 22, at the city

board of directors of the Redland In the note to his wife he said boat basin who was shot and hall with Mayor Tom Harris to

:District Chamber of in part: clubbed Thursday night! a grand advise interested: persons about
Commerce at "I can't to DIST. 7 DRAFTEEBLANHSMONDAY jury indicted J. B Bradley ,
seem get my mind together negro the procedure to be used In the
I meeting held
Wednesday night and carry on I am all right for first degree murder In connection -
la the Chamber of Commerce for a while I It is worse than a with the crime foreclosure of tax certificates on

building year ago." No inquest was held at first because these lots.

A bid by W. D. Home Co. was The rest of the note was devotedto the condition of Jim' wife, This arrangement was decidedon
assuring his wife that he Willy Mae who hacked with
appreciated was
accepted for furnishing materialfor Questionnaires to draftees of at the regular Meeting of the
the love and care she hatchet the
a same night was so
the flooring of the central part ,had given him and advising her as Dade County draft registration critical that it looked as thoughone city council held Monday night
of the festival building, In connection to disposal of their property district No, 7, will be mailed out I Inquest would cover both The city has already filed several -
with the recent The note to his brother con- from local board headquarters Inj I deaths Now, however, she Is expected ) suits for the purpose of sic I I"
proposal tained funeral Instructions and in-I Coral Gables starting Wm.i I to recover, and the Inquestis quit'ing title to u'rUm blocks furpark
made by the Junior Woman's!i|I (Continued on Page Three) J.was announced yesterday by being deferred in the hope she purposes, and it was oroux!
Club of Homestead to pay for the Geronimo and Mayor Tom Harris may be able to testify out 'hat there :'m" e been man)
labor of extending the present' members of the board from |irqui'i'es from loral cat; .lrna .i* '<'
Jim, who received two chargesof
dance floor of the chamber buildIng RED CROSS CHIEF this section. | the wad In whin they might ,11'llre -
County Agent Chas H Steffanl buckshot In his abdomen and ,
to twice Its present size and ) title to '0,""> lo'q after th'
laying concrete on most of the remaining has offered the services of his soil side and blows from the shotgun have been foreilosed I bv 'the city
TELLS ROTES OF conservation staff and the facili- barrel on the head! lingered at '
unfloored portions of the I Residents who 'l'm.:e 'r obtain
central part of the building if the ties of his office In Homestead to Dade County hospital for 24 hours title In adjoining lots for the pu R
draftees who need assistance In after he drove into Homestead police -
chamber would furnish the material EXPANDEDVORK pone rf enlarglni and I rouifylng
filling out 'their questionnaires station to report the shootingand theft properties especially hays
I ask that officers search for
Colored draftees will-be given
It said.
shown Interest WIll
It was suggested that with such his wife and prevent his children I
by teachers at negrol 1
a dance floor In the main part of, Expansion of the American Red schools from going back to the house from The city Is Interested In gettingthe
between the hours of 3 30
the festival the Cross from 200,000 workers to : lots In question back on Its
building attendance
night an I and 530; I a Halloween party in Homestead.
at the festival, made up army of a million within the past The questionnaires will be sent He died at 9 p m Friday and was 'tax books. ai income producingproperty.
almost entirely of home folk six months was described by W Hence the decision to
out SO at a time. Drafteres have yesterday.Arrested offer the Cervices of the city attorney .
could be attracted by dances- W. Jefferson of Miami, executive I
I five days In which to fill out the early Friday ,
to those who wish to ac
which, It was pointed out could director of the Dad County chap I
I blanks and mail then back In the Bradley admitted to Constable
be under the auspices of the Junior ter of that organization, at the I quire them.
self-addressed envelope to Local Joe Scarborough that while Jim
City Attorney Haycock told the
Club, since it will be responsible weekly meeting of the Homestead
Board Seven. Fire and Police Sta- In Homestead errand
was on an ,
1 I' council that all litigation connected
for Rotary Club Wednesday
getting the floor laid. noon.
tioh, Coral Gables, Fla (Continued Page Three
While declaring emphatically The American Red Cross Is now on ) I with the bonds of the city of
sending all its supplies to Eng Homestead was now at an end by
against gambling and
sions, the a carnival director with favored gyp a conces-large engaging man land he controlled said Germany countries and Ger.h.ve'' Homestead P. T. A. to Help Start Movie 1 I the Action Court of in the refusing United States to hear Supreme an-

enough number and variety of attractions turned down offers of aid from' Film Library for Visual EducationThe appeal In the Harry C. Davis suit
that would provide enter this organization Last week half- I I Bonds of the city, down a* low IS
'20 cents on the dollar not long
a-mlllion additional blannets were;
tainment for the home folk '
1 sent to England to alleviate the I Homestead P. T A execu- will" mean an adequAte film ago are now listed at 70, he said
Mr Gallaher will work with the cold and discomfort of sleeping tive board voted Wednesday to library for the county school sys Mr. Haycock was commended I"
advice and assistance of the boardof join with for the successful work he
underground bomb shelters twenty other schools of I'
directors until such time as an I the tem.The formed t In defending the trf;. t
The Red Cross found that In the county that have motion pic I Homestead school's motion
executive committee Is needed, land fighting of the present w.r.1 ture machines in establishing a ,picture equipment was purchasedby the seemingly unending chain of 1
when It will be selected from the
many soldiers were injuredas film library for classroom work. the Homestead T A. three bond suits
board membership. tl:1 the first World War, though 1 1I A membership charge of $50 will !years ago when nf; eight other I I The city attorney pointed out
Mr. Gallaher was authorized to I the fatalities are higher, Mr. Jefferson be paid by each school R. J. Hester ;school In the state had visual'|that the city has only to meet interest
\. go "full steam ahead" with arrangements said. visual education chairman, re education equipmentIt on the outstanding bond for
1ft for the 1941 festival. I He called attention to the fact ported. This will provide for a I i Ia much better than the average -I the next 27 years, a* no bond principal
The business of the meetingwas that the annual Red Cross roll call $U film and a $J fee The equipment in the schools of falls due until 1967.
handled with dispatch and would begin Monday, Armistice' school board will match all the county, Mr. Hester said I The light and power rate revN
harmony by the new president, Day and reminded his audience' amount paid In, and by Nov. 15 I Principal B. M. Hmdman stated sion ordinance wa adopted by I
Edward Stiling, who was elected that those who are not serving In 88 film will be available that a classroom on the north side I I I the council Monday night. On
It a meeting of the board last weekto the armed force of the nation can' It I* thought that practicallyevery of the high school building will be recommendation of the library
take the place of W. W Allan, do their part by contributing a*' school in the county will 'fitted up properly for motion piC- I:board, the r'"unril elected Mrs
who tendered his resignation!/ at generously a* their circumstance now undertake a visual education 'I ture Instruction If the P T A. will ,Virgin I previous meeting permit to the Red Crc_3, program, Mr Hester laid, and tins i on.inud:; en PalO .Three, Jf' t Ijdy..I.N. .


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Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, November 8. 1940

Mrs. Anne UnderwoodDies Mrs Mary Tremaine of Wilming :-
75 DELEGATESTO ;, Elementary School Will Present /
of Heart Attack ton who arrived in Miami a few .*i
I hours after her sister's death; and 1
Operetta, "Pinocchio" Thursday Mrs Dollie Turner of Wallace, N.I
for Mrs Anne
Funeral services
C, and a granddaughter' Mrs, \
I An operetta, "The Adventure music teacher of the Homestead Donaldson Underwood, 69, of Miami Walter; Erben III of Miami

HERE TOMORROWAbout ;of Pinocchio, will be presented schools : who died In the Dade county
The proceed will be used to Young People Offered
|next Thursday evening In Neva hospital at Kendall following a
help pay for a victrola and radio
I King Cooper School 8t 8 o'clock purchased for the elementary heart attack were conducted NYA Help, Says Thayer :;
seventy-five delegate
lire expected to attend the fall|': ''by pupils of ttut school under the I school last year. I|Tuesday at 11 a. m., In the Turner Young people from 17 to 29
direction of Mrs W. B. Mills the of
Thomas Dolar
rally for young people of South plays part Funeral Home cy the Rev. Geo
I years of age who are not employedmay
Pinocchio doll that comes to
east St Johns Presbytery which i H. Rick, pastor of the Homestead
will be held st the HomesteadPresbyterian School Announces I life at the touch of the wand of]Presbyterian I Church Burial was now work on National Youth

Church Saturday a fairy (Joylene Mock). Geppetto, in Graceland Memorial cemetery. Administration projects, said C. P
Book Week
starting at 10 .. mOn I Program/the old man who made Pinocchio Mrs. Underwood a native of'I Thayer, supervisor of youth personnel
the Is portrayed by Virgil Radford. N. C., to for South Florida during
morning program will 1 A book week program in ob- Duplin county, came a
be n talk on Young People'lMethods" servance of national book week Pinocchio conscience the talking Homestead three years ago from visit to Homestead Wednesday.
by Miss Myrtle Williamson Nov. 10-18, will be presented In cricket, if Ruth Rutland. !I Wilmington, N C., to make her The young people work 78 hours
religious director of the''the Neva King Cooper School I Others In the cast are: Charles ,home with her daughters, Mrs a month and receive for this

Peace !M e m o r I a I Presbyterian I auditorium at 3.13 o'clock, Nov.i Martin, Master Cherry. Dowel' Blanch Bishop and Mrs. Ray- $14.04. After preliminary training
Church at Clearwater, and a dis-i I It, announces Mrs E. H Galln-!i I Alexander, a soldier: Bobby Morgan I mond Insua. in the home field they are
1 1Un] period on "Vocational her, librarian of Homestead High i I Harlequin; Billy Byrd, Pn- Pall bearers were four grandsons sent to Ocala for specialized tr.iln-
1\IIIln'e" led by the He\ Knight School. chlnello: Irving Melton, a boy; Leo, Ernest and Martin ing, he said.
'r' impson and Mrs J. K Aiken, On the program will! be a talk I Ernest Walters, Old Clothes Man; Bishop and Jimmy McConnell, Until a local representative It
b th of Miami on books by Mrs T J. Blcier several -I I Roland Harris, the fire eater: Ruth Walter Erben III of Miami and appointed, applicants for work
A livered dish luncheon will beei readings by Miss Mary, Byrum, the fox: Wanda Smith, the 'Mr Insua I may leave their names and addresses -
veil at cat, Joe Reynolds, Medoro: James three Maters at the Leader-Enterpiise
noon I Eleanor' Williams, and a story I II i Other survivors are
III t the afternoon the Rev. Rob-{hour by Mrs S L, West The, Brown, Dr Crow; Jack Kemp, Mis Hattie Hall of Miami, office '
Dr. Owl Mai by Scarborough, theInmpwick ,
ei'] r Torrenc of Miami Springs I I girls' glee club from both the ; Mary Sincore, .. -. -..-. I
I give a talk on Christian Homestead and the Red I and ;
fish, and Junior Pope, the school-I I
1' t HUH after which the afternoon schools will sing The students
,Ii I: 1,1' given' over to recreation of one elementary class of the.master I
I Second, third, fourth, fifth and For Quality Crops
""I! ii sight-seeing tour of theft Neva King Cooper School will
sixth grade pupils will be soldiers, I
dland District II
present a play | !
fhe Woman's Auxiliary of the marionettes, villages, spirits of I
Jo, 11 Presbyterian Church will 360 Meals Served During I night, school boys and girls Plant I
assassins, silver fishes, blue fair- II
serve the evening meal in the dining Fsee Methodist
hall of the Homestead Methodist Parley ies, attendants, rabbits and sunbeams I

Church.will be conducted Closing vesper at 7 p.services m.- Three hundred sixty meals were The. scenery Is being made by Kilgore'sBredRite !

by !Mr Aiken. I served at the Florida City Free the art classes, under the direc-
Methodist Church to more than
Young people of the local tion of Mrs Wm. Gee I
seventy persons who attended the
churches have been invited ot at-
tend any or all sessions of the I Irulh Miami District quarterly confer- Crash Fatal to NephewOf
ence of the Free Methodist Church Seeds
', said the Rev 1!.
George Silver Palm Woman
held there Oct. 31-Nov, 3,
Ricky of the Homestead,
pastor With the District Elder, the Rev.R. .
Presbyterian Church
B Milligin of Miami, acting as Funeral services were held Tues
president Mrs. Sarah Webb of .
day afternoon at Palm Cemetery
First Aid Taught Here Miami was elected secretary and
And in Kcdland WeeklyA Geo. Cline, Jr., of Miami was chapel Naranja, for Glenn Crewsof TOMATO SEEDS :
elected treasurer. The Rev. Miami, 19-year-old nephew of I
Stokesdale Cleo
Red Cross first aid course, Edith Tamblyn, pastor of the E. J. Lott of Eureka road and Tal-
open to persons 17 years of age Florida City church, was elected bott drive, Silver Palm, who died Grothen Red Globe Rutgers I

and over, Ji being given under the I district secretary of the Woman in Fort Lauderdale Saturday from JJimt Globe New X
sponsorship of the WPA In the,Missionary Society, as well as injuries received In an automobile

Homestead city hall on Wednesday penny-a-day promoter of the accident. BEAN SEEDS
nights and at the Redland Miami District association. Young Crews was in ,i car driven -
school auditorium on Monday The conference took up an offering by his brother. Warren. whenit Asgrow Plentiful :
nlchts to have the Florida City overturned on the ughway a
The fourth le son was given ,church and parsonage insured mile louth of Pompano Tendergreen McCaslon Pole i

this week There will be six morel Bountiful Forclhook Limas I ,

in the course, which IB taught by Stringless Black Valentine ,
Albert II Bliss, authorized Red ,

Cans instructor,
The classes mid from 7 30 to FRESHLY MIXED INSECTICIDES

8':10 on their respedive eveningsand
Copper Lime Dust
,it their pictive meeting !
r: 11 vs.Death. I Squash Dust

Taken F. Shortt i )

Panama Canal Engineer 1 o Our Poison Baits Will

H'I derick Shoot retired con wrHTHIS,
GET the Cutworms
11111'i uon engineer vv ho took part i AMADHG j
m the building of the Panama I NEW
Canal; died Wednesday at the j I .

home of his son, Robert, In Red- ELECTRIC RANGE ,,
hind He was 90 years old

Funeral services will or held at WITHIIedt" \
ipm today at Turner Funeral _. The Kilgore Seed Co.
Home -
with the Rev Jesse E. WaiIn -- -
', pastor of the Silver Palm .

Methodist Church in charge Bur. NEW FEATURES Homestead Phone 63
ial will be in Miami Memorial

Mr Shortt was engaged on the
construction of Gatun lock from
1909 until 1915 A native of Wtl- Jim Dandy Horse Feed

pole, New Hampshire I he returnedthere 1.All purpose automstl ._. _. .. ,
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from Panama, and in 1917 even with S
went to Cuba In the employ of the I .....,.4 .ht and
United Fruit Co. He moved to Interior light
Dade County from Cuba in 192S GET YOUR STATEDriver's
2.Three ."",
and came to the Redland District new *.01-
from Miami two yean ago I ........roc.....C.INd

Only survivors are his ion suits with I measured LicenseAT

Robert, and a grandson $95 .b.*,.. i

UP r :3.Flee-Speed ThriftCooker.
ContMnt Reminder I .
'Cheer up! You'll forget all II JUSTICE OF THE PEACE OFFICEIN :{
. about that girl and be happy 4.One piece ftp .l
.) Ilia In..' A t atsla.r..btant.samei. HOMESTEAD

J "Oh, no, I won't. I've bought: S. All porcelain, ...

;1 J too many things plan.-arlt.for her on the Installment Th.Btttlliful. new ARISTOCRAT MOOIL nd Inside and tutHOTPOINr Odd Fellows BId,. Open from 8 s. m. to S p m.

.' WHAT M.ad"wdeat .


Prompt Courteous Service t SimphAel todktng.Makes faif cooks(ood CAUtOD I* FASTER, STRING
.I the and good cooks better. MORE EFFICIENT, EDWARD S
2 Saves current.Saves time.San money, EAfltR-TO.CLEAN
Saves effort Saves nerves,
SINCLAIRService :S Endi guesswork Amire perfect neulta
very line. REALTORReal

,: StationJohn Estate General Insurance

E. Davis Prop. NOTARY PUBLICCor.

S. Krome Ave. Phone, 8110 Caves Bldir. N. Krome A>e. Homestead Palm A.e.PHONES and Ate.561-J AND n S01-M Florida City, Fla.

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Friday, November 8, 1940 .THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Jlagft Three

EDUCATION FOR has offered the service of his de. the killing. Roger was trying to I R L McClurg, Daniel L. Pile,
, paremtn in testing thermometers I(get transportation for Bradley to i SUICIDEContinued Elmer Sullivan, Dexter Horne and
, for accuracy. Persons wishing to Miami. Columbus was ordered Charles Sullivan, brought in a verdict
" DEFENSE TOPIC have their thermometers tested released yesterday. of death by hanging, self inflicted
can leave them at Mr Stetfani's I Bradley confessed to robbing ( from Page One)

office or meet Mr. Blanc Tuesday,I Jim's money box, in which Jim formation as to bills to be paid and Funeral services were conductedat
OF LIONS TALKAmericans Nov. 12, at the county agent's office said he fnad seventy-five or eighty money to be collected. I 3 p. m yesterday at Turner
in Homestead. dollars. Only $14 of this money Friends said the grove owner, Funeral Home by the ReJ J
I has been accounted for who came to this section 19 years Richards, pastor of the Homestead
should be taught Jim Bankston rented out wharf- I ago, from Greenfield, Mus, was Methodist Church. Burial was in
among other things, to conserve FIRST MEETING I ait at the canal in front of his despondent over financial reverses, Palm Cemetery at Naranja
the nation's natural resources, said house at the six-mile bridge, and 1 and a year agtr Tins suffered a In addition to his wife and
Carl Wagner, principal of Red- SONS OF LEGION : was caretaker of a lime grove for I nervous breakdown.1ppp. About sixteen brother, already named, Smith
land High School In a talk on I II :Lee H. Lehman, in whose employ I years ago'ne disappeared leaves a sinter, Mrs F. B. Bard-
"Education for the Common De- :he had been for about 13 years. tram his home her* and was next well of Wheatley, Mass.
fense," given at the meeting of HELD THIS WEEK I heard from In Rochester, N, Y.,
the Redland District Lions Club I where, recovering from a period Kirk I'p Tunes
Tuesday night at the Lions Den In P. T. A. of amnesia, he found himself Two ladies were sitting il an
Silver Palm. A preorganlzation meeting of a working as a cook in a restaurant window.
"The existence of the race is I local unit of the Sons of the American I'I'I -although he had never done One was listening to a church
directly dependent on the preservation Legion was held Wednesdaynight I (Continued from Page One) I any cooking before his life choir practising across the way
of four or five Inches of under auspices of John G I meet the expense Jnsurred, wlhch !I Smith had pulled a sack over The other was listening to the ,.
the earth's topsoil," he said, |Salley Post, American Legion, In
"yet will probably not exceed fifty dollars -I his face and tied it close about noise of the crickets
experts tell u', In one hundred Legion hall.Fourteen. The committee voted to have his neck before adjusting the rope, The first one said, "How loudly
jean this country will not be able sons of legionnaires the work done at once I which was tied with a hangman'sknot. they sing tonight1"And !
to raise enough food to feed I were present to hear the alms and
the Operating expenses will be met, the other one said/'Yes: ,
present population If we continueto objects of the organization out I.. and tell do It with
he said, they me they
lined by a ten-cent fee to be I' Testifying at a coroner's inquest
Ed. J Norman
dissipate the toll at the present by chairman I collected from I' their hind legs"-GritNEWT. .
pupil each held In the office
rate." I of the committee on organization of I every Wednesday night
semester. of Justice of the Peace Sid L
Another need In the Interest of the unit. At the next meeting, to ;
The treasurer's report showed Kendrick were Mrs. Mabel Smith
be held Wednesday Nov.
common defense Is for both children evening
' 20 ,that the election tag day returns wife of the dead man; Arthur
and adults to learn to live in Legion hall, officers will be
together harmoniously and elected and the organization otherwise mounted to $48,6S and the recent Smith, his brother; Laban 1C. G. BALL
to cooperate perfected. bake sale brought in $14.10. Bishop, Sr., a friend of long stand
Rule. practice the Golden Refreshments were served by Both the tag day and the bake ing; and Geo. W. Turner under. NOTARY rCBlIC
sale were directed by Mrs. A. W. taker.
The members of the American
program Tuesday night
Hutchinson, finance and
Inspired by National Education Auxiliary. budget The coroner's jury, composed of
chairman.Mrs. .
I Fire Insurance and
Week which Is Nov. 10-18. A John Graves, study course
Redland High School faculty quartet Steel Work on Church chairman, told of courses that may Mrs. George N. Wakefield. Mrs.
composed of Clarence Gray, J. Halted by CommitteeBecause I be secured through the vocational Ben Archer, Mrs. R E. Anderson, Kindred Lines
Q Caldwell
Mr. Wagner and D. education department of the county Mrs. T E. Kirby, Mrs. Green
R. Snyder, sang several selections I school system. Rives, Mrs. Graves, Mrs. W B
steel spans for the roof SS N. KreineAre..
of the Present were: Mrs. F M. White, Mills, Mr. Hindman and Mr. Hetter -
new Homestead Baptist
Wm. McMichael InjuredAs Church building do not comply I president, Mrs James Nesbitt .

Car Overturns Here,!I with specifications, work of erect- .
Ing them was halted last week by .-
Wm. I the building! committee until alterations ,
a ir------------------------
Homestead High School studentnow I are madeTHREE I

in business in Miami, suffered (OR
cuts and abrasions about 8:30 I HELD ( )
o'clock last night when the car he buy I

was driving overturned after i itslde.wlped I Did you

or was sideswiped by a I (Continued from Page One) I
truck driven by Albert
Sykes he came to the house on the canal
Homestead, on the Federal I I I
High- and attacked Jim's wife with a Is
way a short distance north of Avocado hatchet, then lay In wmt and
drive. I when Jim returned shot him with t Millinery
McMichael was taken by Sykesto i a shotgun; but, Bradley said, he, on
where James his Archer Injuries Smith hospital did all this because another negro I car !
were treated '
forced him at the point of a gun.
Bradley, son-in-law of Bank-
1910-41 Frost Warning I'ston, had threatened Jim and his
Free Methodist Parley ,family because Bradley's wife had I I
I left him and he blamed Jim for It. hear it said often nowadays I
I He Implicated I "Shoemaker I YOU C
it's millinery that sells
The annual frost auto-
warning sere Slim, a negro, who was arrested
ice furnished by the U. S. weather'['and then released when it was I mobiles. I
bureau In conjunction with the I found that Bradley was III:
All right-lei's put it to one who
department of agriculture has been Arrested and held In jail as IYln"1 up
set up for the 1940-41 crop season sories before and after the fact. knows. Did you buy your car on nick Bgtiaar
County Agent C. H Steffanl i, However, are George Roger and 1 nacks, trick devices, novelties? I
announced yesterday ,Columbus Fletcher Bradley was I Buick on its downright all-round performance
Milton Blanc, frost warning asleep in George Fletcher's house 1 We don't think so.
field I ability.On .
representative working I when
in arrested and Bradley said
this IIi1 We believe that while considering
area out of Fort Lauderdale, I'''that Fletcher had helped him do I
its power-on its pull-on its pickup
and and comfort
style, room, you
III': -on its easy handling (includingfreedom :
really picked your car on what it would 1
from shifting)->'c and on
J SEARS SUPER VALUE DAYS 1 do on the road its thrift.

Now, we take our hats off to no car
1 for being IInarttr.looking than Buick.Nowhere! ; will )ou find a car that dutlWe'll

match product against to much to well and so fruiiall
t 14th Annual Sale 9 for room, for appointments I
You'll find novelties the new Iluicksof
fur fine finish
Buick\ Prices course, but they're not the chief
i NOW IN PROGRESSSears begin sit fur comfort. attraction. Instead )'cm'lI see the two

35 Out beyond all that, big basic engineering developments of the

I 9 we challenge the J'ta- FIREBALL design and Com- 9

for Ihs whole field to equal pound Cllrburetion. .1Busln.
last big sale of the year! Timely savings ..' Coups 'J

J for you and jour family, on staple items-big dH"a al f'lml,
reductions I IIl I' '
tax .
, n. lfJ Du"
every department 010"'t ) :
Optional .
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Start jour Christmas shopping now-for even Ira., w,4III .,

greater savings! Stock up on jour reason'sneeds none

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SJIM AtCHER. .. rmldint ..< EdllMuuoau I HOURS
1 Monday, Wednesday Thursday,
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I Saturday, '.11.. m.; 1-6 p. m.
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Diatoms tl h... Gents _.__ .._ II M 'Booki are keys to wisdom'streasure
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Books are gates to lands of
Labor Leaders and Unions

Westbrook Pegler's one-man I I Books are paths that upward

fight, against alleged! criminal elements | lead;
In control of unions bringsun r i Books are friends. Come let

an old truth that many believe I ja read"
'''),dd stand repeating during pres- -Emilie Poulsion

rut times The truth is that the )'law zat I
ordinary citizen has the right to This bit of verse li appropriately

expect honesty from those In control printed on the book marks that

of public or semi-public or- will\ be given to patrons visitingthe
g mizations I library next week because the
a h week of November 10-16 it Book
Without challenging the right of nViawNOS'PPY7PafbTE7O
American Education
Week and
slier to organize it would seem
rV/7ORn, Of R/11VOR Of1 Week combined.
that recent charges brought by Mr '
I'egler should be investigated + 'a'l/IYCIf 77M CAB/N"/ To quota Scholastic: "Educationand

There is no reason to believe that w : Boob: they are inseparable
fie rank and file of labor are any ONQ' Oi! FLOC/OA I Siamese twins. You can't have the

mare interested In harboring criminal .' Od7Y7 6N0/Nt C""JIMT1, l one in any serious way without

activities within their unions /s THAT of ntf MO/f AP/fl the other.

titan the average cItizen u interested Oft CM fa'srouff ssrxrs AT\ I Book Week should have the Interest

in having dishonest adminis- of all ages but It was primarily
tutors I Instituted for children. A
in government positionsIt U
ii AM"KAWY I'1T17f00'ANN4GIl{
is pointed out that the basic [ popular movement such as national
strength of a labor. union comes { r Or.4DiU/QX""V M4ueaVFL ''Book Week hat been in the making

from the rank and file -the men SAT/Trt6 F4rAwn4w 4 for many years

Who du the actual work Many intetca ner aoES n E siwr However It officially begins In
I believe. it is becoming apparant 7jNf O.t/6/N IL VA. R/01'BlAG LP S7Otal r R RiVO M4/EJ7/C I 1918 when Mr. Mathiewi, chief

that' these men hate no real voice- COMAG6 Ar As.4VOAR/N'A. 17 ZOO e'4oO1RiVG !YwAN.tYO V L1Ald: QA.I. Scout librarian Boy Scouts of
li.. the administration of their un- } : America made a stirring speech

I IThh. is Ct'rlamQ true ,if, : before the American Booksellers
a Mr Pegler charges. many of the ,Association Mr. Mathlews had
most prominent labor men were long been interested In making
nut elected to office. but merely I! farm journal but is now I reading a part of the Scout pro-

moved into positions of responsibility I Ii editor-in-chief of the Farm Jour. ,I iram With this In view he traveled -
thrnuh questionable ip- COMMENTBr nal of Philadelphia. In a discussion I from place to place sellinghis
(XMntmenUDemocracy on the conservation of soil he ,20 Years Ago1IIi1I11I1I1I11I1I1IIII1I1I1IIII1I11II1I1IIII1U idea and gathering information

failed to stand the i AGNEW WELSH stated that the soil b merely a I l I as to what boys read andi

teat ,ii France because the leaders iAAAAAAAAAUAAAAAAAAAAAAAEditor.! vehicle for plant growth and contributes i where they obtained their reading

did nut truly represent the people Hotel Mr Walsh. mterniMffmm but about two per cent of I i material

Csnsquently the men who,actually I lass .hit n"In OB..hli. ."ComBwnU....< or M .whet.....n.,...r the requirements of such growth I The Interest he created among
iced the Germans In battle were I with his opInloM Aldr.o o m..lien. .../. and that in all about dozen ele- TW ..1....... lions MW t.... ...- i,booksellers at the 1919 convention
.. eo Aunt W..... au N. L kill* from Ho .f lh. H......... of
confused were not certain why Tara 't.. Miami Pt. ments are needed. (South Florida E.ter.ri- ..11...... Mir ,.. HIS.Oci I led to the passing a resolution
Uiey were fighting It was i furnishes the treat vehicle for I II .. ... South Florida ..... .... calling on the association to organize
apparent Miles J. O'Brien, poet of the He ..re.d O.5. 27. 3911 with w .._ I national to
winter ) further stated I II a campaign
that many persons In positions I I crops ..... ...-..
Palm Beach Sun got off a good that beans public Interest In more and
of trust were not representing I soy may soon supply I', arouse
one In saying that the former age '' 21. 1t2. I for children. The
the people of France but mere- 1)I' sheet plastic that will largely better books
dot chivalry had given place to the replace black iron galvanized iron American Library Association
Ik themselves and when the opportunity > : -"A Republican rally was held
came "sold out" theli i age of chlselry I land tin sheets now so largely required ;,at the school house afternoon I promptly gave Its support which
111 0 111 in the mtal.tradl'l.. to
country for a guarantee of their (was a most important backing
aNn positions and their propertyand The army heads' proposal to use | the first steps taken.
-"Ed. and wife and I Each Increasing! Interest
profits hostesses In training camps halt One ot the newer and unique,| Woodbury year sees an
Many believe labor unions should[''stirred up a big hullabaloo that productions of Florida Is lung oil Mrs I. R. Matthews left Wednesday In Book Week among parents -

profit by this example. Unions controlled 'I I threatens to rise in volume. Some wed in paints oils, varnishes and to get Mr. and Mrs. Wood- and children. It la an annual

by men who do not truly !call it "slssifylng' the army and::other kindred Industries It is obtained bury's little girl, who has been ,of impetus books to the enjoyment and love

represent them men who amore re others put their objections on from the nuts of the tung
I north with her grandparents Mr. Since book lovers of all
moral | ages
interested In maintaining: tree. Its use begin in China
I'I''I !and Mrs I. P. Jepson" should be more book conscious
their positions of power than in' I I 5.000 years ago and experiments In
than usual during the
for the rank and file ol: -"A daughter arrived Thurs i coming
working Some advertisers have a fine this country found It would thrive ,
we hope: new nameswall
their organization have a weak" sense of humor. Take for Instance I in a limited area thus far confined iIto j day to brighten up the home of be added to the library register

ness that probably could not withstand ., I the case of the Cleveland I Northern Florida and Mississippi : Elijah LoU at Goulds." j : old borrowers' cards will
a severe test Labor union I restaurateur who advertised a In springtime, the trees, which I
-"Homer McKay Is proudly announcing be brought up to date; library
are basically democratic If they |breakfast "special" for those with grow to a height of 30 feet bear '
'I books
the will be returned that have
arrival of Harold
lire not, they will eventually de-' dark I beautiful blossoms The nuts
a brown taste "the morning i 'been misplaced and found and
McKay, on Sunday."A ;
troy themselves. ripen In October and November I'I
after". It was as follows: "One
|friends will make
.I I new arrival is reported at and patrons a
jumbo orange juice toast coffee W ,." .? mNM .NN NNM-w-.NNN.N.1 the Gollatscheck home at Goulds," i'special effort to cull from their

Cost of State GovernmenFlorida's t two aspirins and our sympathy -''Foy Hobbs left Sunday on a 'personal collections books that are

I,50 cents. i iI Children in Court !vacation trip to parts unknown. I no longer an asset but will give
state government ai I I II -"Henry Dodson and wife returned pleasure or Information to others.
such which includes the constitutional -I I It Is said the old Egyptians By Judge Malcolm Halfleld Wednesday from Lake If you have no way of getting the

health regulation officers, ,judiciary state institution militia,:(I kneaded clay with their handswhile .........................."N...,._............................... i Okechobre to spend the winter" books to the library, please get us
kneading dough with their -"Mri. W. A. King will send a word and some one will call for
mid colleges-cost the taxpayeriat I feet-and lots of them needed A ROWDY FOOTBALL GAMEA : ,dozen tropical plants to the state ,them.

Florida only $7,332.804 for the I 'dough" in their money bags I :fair which she has raised for that An interesting bit of news, and
just fiscal year according to the, young man who had always ,purpose. Carter Wilkinson will I one might say 'stranger than fiction

annual report of Comptroller J What a powerful thing is that been regarded by his friends andassociates ;,have a large exhibit of cryitallzed ," comes to light concerning I

M Lee copies of which were received little letter f: It can turn utilityto I mal was as brought being Into perfectly court nor because ,fruit at the state fair. !' Alice i Tlsdale Hobart, author of
here this week' futility, -"It was n Republican landslide "Oil for the LaIf1>>s of China."
The remainder of the $73000,. e I I he had assaulted a youngwoman : for sure .The Democrats I Years ago when she and her
I II after celebrating a high
000 handled through the stall carried! Dade husband In the siege
Scientists claim to have -' school football victory. County by a two-to- were caught
treasury Included millions enl I perfected i one vote. I of Nanking and escaped with the
hack to the counties which spell|:i, a formula whereby a man I I'I | Previous to this Incident a number -"The Eastern Star Halloween loss of all their poiwessions, Alice '

It Among the Items were aid tcwhooU can provide himself! with a years, of the youth friends. had substituted :'carnival on Friday night lust was I I1lobart felt one Item left behindcould
'I l food at a cost of 180. That in
the harmless
13.251.987: highways and I well attended quite a number, never be replaced It wasa
highway bonds $10194834: an d''Iwhat I fine from a selfish standpoint, but that they had brought to the game I,coming from Miami A feature book of poems given to her by .
Is to become of all of foods'
:) nee track funds $3,311422 m allied with intoxicating liquor which of the evening was a popularity Earl Hobart during their honeymoon
Industries china sad
a total of more than $23.000.OCX, they drank throughout the game !contest, won by Miss, Othelia in a Buddist temple. The ,1
metals and the,labor required,
This liquor .coupled with the !
direct aid to the counties Fuchs. fly leaf was Inscribed with the
.fIi Pensions and unemployment t I prepare ands '! It' suggestive methods used by the : -"T..D. Webb returned Sunday circumstances of the giving

": payments etc took another $20- *JJL* I young woman so excited certain :from the north and west being accompanied -; After thirteen years this valued
000,000 of which 7.837,152 was; "Student LlftJ": national maga- sensuous responses. In the 'ounl'' by his newly acquired possession has been returned to its

for old age assistance and veteran s' sine (Washlnirton C.) sponsored man that he misinterpreted her :,wife They are staying for a few :,owner Mrs Hobart la ignorantas I

pensions, while more than $12.331,. by the National Educational,t actions |weeks In Miami prior to making to whom she Is indebted for 4
3lt went for unemployment payments Association, had as IU guest editor I[young man that he misinterpreted their home here.' this unexpected good fortune.

and building up trust balance recently Wheeler McMillen, who I II "I her actions -"The Citrus Exchange got off I i I Mark Van Doren has prepared !

for this Item with the United I calls me his. newspaper "Daddy. j During the court of the trial. 18, cars of grapefruit last week, a pamphlet to be used In connec-

States treasury i I the high school principal, as wellas and the shipments this week will I Itlon with the Columbia Broadcast ,

State highways took anothei to enforce their regulations and the parents of both students, run about 20 cars Their total I ing Systems Sunday book program *

tI4.440.9SO, almost a quarter ol; pay for same I heard the judge make the follow shipment to date are about 83 "Invitation to Learning"
which was federal aid, while the, Of the $73.000,000 cash passing ing remarks: "If the school and the cars*" I "What has become of Shakes (

remaining $7.000,000 was for. through the state treasury Flori- family cannot control the conductof "Bonnie Belle Myers arrived on pcare-Bacon literary groups'" ll

special services, Including the t I d.'. taxing agencies provided one pupils during and after a foot October 20th at the home of Mr the question being asked by the

policing of professions, trades and I ly 55964510. The other $20,000- ball game then something must be and Mrs. Win E. Myers, via the I editors of Columbia University \

industries by such groups ilOOO I came from federal matching radically wrong with our present stork route. Congratulations" Press, who conduct a weekly news l

I using the authority of the state and I: other grants and donations. system of character training" (Florida City.) bulletin about books.etour i


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November 8, 1940 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pare Five
nips and kept begging for more Caves grinned happily as three
and also tha receipt. gills fought for his hand
Since pompous and majestic Katherine Orfanrdes had brooded
High-Lights Squire Haukin (J T. Godwin) over the rate till she woo ,uk
had to leave early he turned hi* I Virginia Kinnvr, too wise to fice
gun and his tjcjgyisibilitiea over ,competition indoors, stood outside
-1 to Adam Lazottg yg Archer Dod and snatched her victim (torn
Student Federation! Mass Wedding Follows Sadie Hawkins i I son). who was svbSkieged by the within Eldred Oilmar and Sheridan
gals for lessons 2 love making Miller vanished so early it
Meets in HomesteadThe Race at Seniors' Dogpatch Frolic :I, that he failed to it that Sadie was feared they might have perished -
I Hawkins (Elbe ) caught In the rare
monthly Dade County Stu. a'man.
So many girls were successfulIn Archer, the room mother Class
dent Council Federation meeting I
the Sadie Hawkins race at the I committees auistedI Sadie was, however, given the Baptists* Announce
was held at Homestead High Monday Seniors' Dogpatch party In the I I Marryln' Sam (Elbert Dolor) I'consolation beauty prize-a small Training Union WeekA
There :wrecking! bar-to assist her in
representativesfrom nextyear's
were municipal park Friday evening'could not do the marryln' because ,
Miami High, Edison High, that the marryln' man had to he had been nabbed by Betty I race Training Union enlargement
Miami Beach, Ponce da Leon, Red- mount one of the built-in seats In Hudley, but the mass knot was The first prize, vanity null file i campaign will begin Sunday at
land, Andrew Jackson and Homestead order to be seen and heard as he tied good and hard by Joe Byrum i (work bench variety), went to the First Baptist Church of Homestead '
conducted the mass wedding which I Quaintly lettered signs adorned Daisy Mae (Betty Brown) who announces the pastor, Dr.
The federation it trying to extend united the couples Dogpatoh Rekreashun Senior and looked lovely indeed In red-spot J. E. lohn llme.
student council to all the The party was given by Daisy pointed out Love meet, Kissm Roks I ted blouse and black skirtlet as It will be directed by W. Lawson -
schools In the itata Report a* Mae's grandmother (Mrs Ben and tha place where Klckapoo joy she clutched Lll' Abner (Fred Allen, educational director of
to the attempts In Jacksonvilleand 1 juice could be obtained Fuchs) by the hand. the First Baptist Church of Aslie-
West Palm Beach were made! and be an example to the rest of' In the barrel of joy juice was a Salomey banks were given to I ville, N C Miss Ethel Howard of
Plant for the state convention of the community. I I I boot which tau used as a dipperto he best dressed men, Adam La- Greenville, S C.. and Miss Harriet
student council to be held In Miami I Mary Eleanor Williams, a for[ fill and glasses, tonga and Miirryin' Sam. Buff of Jacksonville will assist
in March, were made Each I mer student of Redland School,:'I thrust forward by the thirsty Dog- Salomey, herself, was presentedby Mr Allen.
school In Dade County If to take gave two readings, one from "Tom'patchers, and a lone guest from Pansy Yokum (Mrs T J. "These workers will be with us
care of one phase of the convene I Sawyer," and "The Murder." Skunk Holler (Edward Tomerlin), Dialer) to Louise Booker, first girl all next week to help us revitalize -
tlon Homestead if in charge of The band gave two .elet'tion.I I I Near the barrel were supplies to catch a man.Earthquake and enlarge our Training
"The Old Gray Mare," and Union work," said Dr. Johnstone
badges for those who come to the i a Mngoon (Charles
convention march Juice-kero-sene Tins is a revival for our church
I Connor) was master of ceremoniesIn
Assembly was dismissed with[ members Don't miss It
Each high school gave a reportof m-I the Virginia reel.
the singing of "The Star Spangled gredients ....., ... 1
projects and other business being Hairless Joe (Lester Archer) '- ---
Banner." I There was a keg of water, also,
carried on by Its council. Melba VanWinkle. and a gourd dipper. seemed particularly happy in the
This Is one of the main purposesof love seat between two Dogpatch
Pork chops and turnips
the federation share Ideas matrons, Mrs Lawrence Decker Tropical Cafe
ELEMENTARY NEWS were, of course, the favorite
The next meeting Is to be held I and Mrs. Ruth Scott.
dishes at supper. Aunt Bessie
Miss Jackson and her pupils enjoyed -
Lonesome Polecat (Robert
December at Miami Beach High
(Betty Jane Meybem) was particularly -
a visit from Miss Butterfield. Sykes) had chance to be lonesome
I fond of the presarved turElementary -
At the time the Squirrels were
-Jamie Richards. i with such belles as Julia

I'reading forward, but the Rabbits are look- ,-"'."""",-"'""/"",,,"',-,,,,"',,,,,,,,,,.,,,, Frances Sullivan and Adrian Cal- THE
ing to reading for her lahan on his trail.
Speech Class PreparesFor I Mrs Edwards' class has a new 4-H ClubBy Frightful McGulp (Jamie HORN HLDG.V
Book Week Program pupil, Marjorie Halloway from WANDA SMITH ards) tried to help the RICI\-1
I Lcetonia, Ohio. Mrs Edwards and ,,,,NII,,,"'.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,""',...",,.,,",,,...,.,,,, she had to keep an eye on Krome Ave
The dramatics class of Homestead the grade mothers of her room On Nov 3, 1940, all members ryln( Sam and the rocker and lobe I Ilnitvsicad, florid
High School is busy work- entertained the pupils with i a were present We have .i new and slippers the hoped to
Ing on a play for National BookWeek ,; Halloween party last Friday afternoon member Her name is Jane Moon on him. bestow I ._,...._._ ".....' hU......." ,_
which I is to be presented in I They played a black cat We talked about our sewing Miss Pappy Yokum (Elmer Martin)
chapel next Tuesday morning game and bobbed for apples Delaney showed the girls some 1 skipped about happily with the For mulls use! Leader-

The eight! grade boys speech Mrs Thurrnans room is interested things other girls had made i I smallest girl there and Richard I Enterprise Classified AcU:
class Is In the laboratory stages of in its submarine garden
developing a panel discussion for Rocks about the size of a bean are 1
National Education Week which Is dropped Into a chemical water
to be presented at the next assembly -{and a submarine garden Is soon to
also ,be seen They also have a new
The six best speakers will be pupil whose name Is Joann Hol- Figure the Price
chosen and It will be worked on loway. The class now has a spellIng -
a competitive basis chart, nod each one that makes
perfect gets a red apple. Each
-Clarice Dod.wn
I pupil has a notebook to keep language -
Johnny Little Tell work In. the the
The pupils of Mrs. Hoods room figure Features-Figure SavingsANDYOULLBUYCHEVROLETf
Assembly About Scouts painted with their tempora paints
for the first time last Thursday
Assembly ; ; held Tuesday I Mary Lou Lawrence of Miss

morning with Betty Hadley having i I Rays room was absent Monday. !Ii
Charge of the devotional. After
i The class Is making a chart on
the devotional services the student t!teeth, and each pupil seeing the
body sang "I Am an American dentist gets a star. The pupils
and. "The Good Old U. S. A." also received two stars for good
Johnny Little, the oldest mem-I behavior in art
ber of the Homestead Boy Scout Mrs Coopers class hits made a
troop, gave a patriotic talk on the 'reading chart on which each child I R
services rendered by Boy Scoutsof I':has a pocket into which he puts i '
America. He gave the Boy I cards containing the names of the Collin Alm 090174" Tor
Scout oath and some of the laws books he has read. The class has
such as, "A Boy Scout is helpful, finished Its new book case which i
reverent, trustworthy, and clean :was made with the money receivedas 11112 CAE III CAE
in thought, word, and deed. He i the attendance prize at the -
said that a Boy Scout should always :first P T A. meeting this year ENGINE NO NO''
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m m Social Events in South Dade . I .

The Calendar]

Miss Elizabeth Virginia Horn, :I I Jr Mrs. S. S. Beam, Mra. A. O. Nov. 8.Work meeting of The marriage of Miss Anne Idell I made of gardenias
daughter of Mr. and Mn W. D I, Cain, Mn J. L Burton, Mn I. P. Princeton Home McConnell daughter of Mrs Raymond The matron of honor wore a
I!I McLean, Mn Fred Pennington Club at home of Mrs. J. L. th'l Insau of Homestead, to Wal- yellow ensemble and black accessories -
residents of
Home the pioneer Mrs! R. J. Elliott Mn D. E. Bash- ray.Nov. ter Erben III, of Miami was .
Homestead, will be married to I!or. Mn Lee H. Lehman Mn 8-Meeting of Redland solemnized Saturday at 5:30 o'clockIn Mrs Erben lived in Mt. Olive,
Albert George Farres of Bavenne, I Preston B. Bird. Mn T. J. Harris T. A. at 3.30 p. m.; executive meeting the Coral Gables Congregational N. C., before coming to Homesteadthree
Ohio Sunday afternoon at 4J Mn A. J. Campbell, Mrs at 3. Church. The ceremony was years ago She attended the
o'clock at the family home on N. E. C H. Lawrence Mn Carl Deden, Nov. 12.-Business meeting of performed by the pastor of the Homestead Business College and
Sr., Mn Robert Darting, Mn T. Homestead Woman Club. I church, the Rev. J. Leslie Barnett. has been employed at the Dade
Twelfth itreet ,T. Bowen, Mrs Herman Marks, Nov. 12-Meeting of W. M. U. Only members of the immediate County Hospital at Kendall.Mr. .
Dr J. E. Johnstone, pastor of Mn Pauline Hinman, Mn Hir- families and a few friends were Erben a son of Philip Er-
the First Baptist Church of Homestead ,am Retch Mrs Edw. Brooker, of Nov.Florida 13, Federation 14.-State Convention of I present. ben of Miami, came to Miami :
will perform the ceremony Sr., Mn Russell Anderson, Mn and Teachers in Miami The bride was given in marriage about a year ago from Philadelphia '
in the presence of ckue relatives Ceo W. Turner, Sr., Mn P. J by her brother Jimmy McConnell. lie is a graduate of Haver-.
and a few friends Franklin, Mn Isabel Mayer Mn Nov 13-Meeting of Redland Mn Frank Irwin and Wm ford College In Haverford, Pa., and
Plans call for the decoration of A. E. Campbell, Mrs J. R. Dor- Woman Society of Christian Ser- Clark both of South Miami were at present is connected with a
the house with gladioli and other sey Mn Frank Mcllwain, Mn vice at home of Mn Thcs Brewer the only attendants paint company; in Miami.
cut flowers, Robert Glenn Jr., Miss Elizabeth at 2.30.Nov. The bride wore a fur trimmed Mr. and Mn Erben are making;
Miss Home will wear a simple Mcllwain, Miss Evelyee Dellinger, 13.-Meeting of Book Clubin suit of placid blue and matching their home at 3624 Day avenue in
street length wine-colored frockof Miss Hazel Pennington Miss Lil- library at 8 p. m. accessories Her corsage was Coconut Grove :,

sheer wool with a matching long lian Swilley and Miss Eleanor Sullivan Nov. -Operetta, "The Adventures P
sleeve, waist-length Jacket, whose of Pinocchio' at elementary MISS EMILY ENGLE ELECTED PRESIDENTOF
embroidered front has a concealed On Wednesday evening Mn W. school
tipper Her hat will be an off- D Home entertained at dinner the Nov. 14.-Meeting of Presby- LOCAL YOUNG WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION
the-face model of matching color hostesses of the afternoon party terian Auxiliary with Mn Gordon
with a shoulder length veil and and a few other guests The table E Dill. Miss Emily Engle was elected Miss Elizabeth Hall, Miss Edna
other wine-colored accessories was decorated with yellow' and Nov. IS.-Meeting of Homestead president of the Y. W. A. of the I Forte, Miss Jeannette Campbell
Her corsage will be of orchids. white chrysantehmums and white Home Demonstration Club in Neva first Baptist Church of Home- Miss Jewel Hodge, Miss Marjorie
Then will be no attendants candles King Cooper School. '(I Redd, Misses Catherine and Phyllis -
Immediately after the ceremony. Covers were lard for: Mn Her- Nov. IS.-Pot-luck supper of stead at a meeting Monday night ', Bell, Miss Geneva Vann, Mist
the voting couple will leave on bert Harris, Mrs Floy Watson, Ad Astra Chapter of O. E. S at the home of Mrs R. E. Edwards. 'II Constance Hunter and Miss Kath-
their wedding trip and after Nov. Mrs Lonnie L. Hood, Mrs. Alex honoring Masons and their wives sponsor. 'I'leen Freeman.
IS they will reside in Ravenne. L. Lanier Mn J. L. Burton Mn Nov. 18.-B. P. W. C. luncheon Miss Dora Scott was elected [ &
Miss Home has been honored at Dexter Horne. Mrs: David Barnes, meeting
v'ice-pi eiident and Miss Virginia :BIND PARENTS ELECT ?
two prenuptial showers since her Mrs Russell Horne, Mn J. D. Nov. 18-Garden Club meetingat I PRESIDENT
Dorsey, and treasurer JMn
Perkins secretary
engagement was announced two Miss Horne and Mn home of Mn Elberta Buie. s
weeks ago Home Nov. 18.-Meeting of Monday Miss Ellen Vann gave a short Adrian Jacobs was elected kParents'
A miscellaneous shower was given i Mn W. T. McConnell) and Miss Music Club with Mn Julian H. talk on the purpose of Y .W A. I I president of the Homestead Band
for her Wednesday afternoon in Alta Vann gave a dinner in Miss Webster The following members gave Association at a meeting ?
the Woman Club building by I Home honor Tuesday evening in Nov. 21-Executive board meetIng :In the school Monday evening
Mrs David Barnes, Mri J. D. ;the McConnell home. The guests of Woman Club of Homestead readings: Miss Engle, "The First ',Dr. Frank Hausman was elected ,
Perkins, Mrs Lonnie L. Hood, Mrs were members of the Co-Ed Class at 8p.m. Thanksgiving; Miss Melba Van !vice-president and Mrs Ruth L. ,-,
Alex L. Lamer and Mrs Herbert I of the First Baptist Church of Nov. 21.-Meeting of Junior Winkle "Praising God"; Miss |Scott secretary and treasure.
Harris of South Miami Homestead Music Club with Mrs. Bevo Webb. Mabel Ruth Pope "Thanks-! The nominating committee was;
Oreen and yellow' ice cream, I Miss Home was presented with Nov. 21-Annual congregation living: and Mrs. Edwards, "Eyes, .I'composed of Mn Laban K. .
cookies and mints of the same hue, a crystal fruit bowl and candlesticks supper and meeting of St. Johns Hands and Feet." Bishop Mrs Wm. J. Geronimo
and coffee served shortly II and Mn Frank Rue
were Nov. 22 -Redland Home Demonstration The next meeting will be heldat
after the guests arrived On each Coven were laid for: Miss Club meeting at 2 p. m. the home of Miss Vann on Dec ,I Mrs. Rue was made reporter.
plate was placed an old-fashioned 'Elizabeth Mcilwain. Miss Marjorie in Redland Community Church. 2, when Miss Vann and Miss Dor- The group made plans to meet
flowers tied Redd, Miss Eleanor Sullivan, Miss '
nosegay of yellow Nov. 25.-Election of officers of
sey will be hostesses the tint Monday evening of each
with a green ribbon Louise Vickers, Miss Ellen Vann, Jennie Lobdell Circle at
meeting Present besides those mentioned month at 7:30: clock in the music
The bridal gifts in a large white Miss Evelyee Dellinger, Miss at home of Mrs Lloyd Field. were Miss Elizabeth Mcllwain ball.THE .
basket decorated with green were Anna Moon Miss Lillian Swilley, Nov. 26.-Social meeting of
presented by two little girls, her Will Webb, Harold Lumpkin, Leon Homestead Woman Club.
niece Barbara Jean Home and Dane, Mm McConnell, Orvil Ir- Nov. 30-Third annual \\omani -- -

Margaret Barnes, who wore long, ,win, Bert Nixon Miss Horne, Miss Club cabaret. ......... TTMt. ;%3tl .a.' lorea. I.SV. BMt *al"11 AlWaTI
fashioned dresses of green, I Vann and Mrs McConnell. Dec. Meeting of Y. W. A. of
trimmed in yellow. Fint Baptist Church of Homestead -
The bride-elect was lovely in !BEATTS CLUB ONES at home of Miss Ellen Vann.
an aqua frock made with the short I HALLOWEEN PARTY I Dec. 2-Business meeting of DIXIE DRUG

sleeves and neckline scalloped A Halloween party and dance Junior Woman Club.
Her corsage was of peach-tinted I was given by the Beatus Club at Dc. 2-Meeting of Redland JACK POLK HOWARD JOHNSON
gladioli wine angels lace and the home of Miss Betty Ann Mar- I Neighborhood Circle with Mn Phones 30 and tltt Homestead FU.

aqua baby's breath. shall Friday evening The group Emma Wright. -*
Mrs R. E. Edwards. Mrs C. J. danced In the garage at the homeof i Dec. 3.-Meeting of Outlook CHOOSE THE THIS is NATIONAL
Cases, and Mrs W. B. Caves, Jr., MUM Marshall parents, Mr. and Circle with Miss Mary McNeill
DEED with
were prize winners in card games Mrs E. F. Marshall I Dec. Meeting of Legion Auxiliary ANTLEE WEEK
played during the afternoon. The garage was decorated with at 8 p. m. KANTLEEK2HtAT
Mrs Dexter Home slster-ln- orange and black crepe paper and Dec t.-Meeting of Woman
law of the bride-to-be, presided: Spanish moss Apples were hung I Auxiliary of Episcopal Church WATER BOTTLE
ut the guest book. by a string from the raften Dec. 10.-Business meeting of Kntlk't simple! yet effective,
Others present were Mrs W. Besides dancing the group Homestead Woman Club. 2.hear bottle gives. you on the
D Home Mrs E. L.. Lawrence, played various games and had Dec. 19-Legion and Legion corrugated side a soft, moderate,
Mrs Floy Watson Mrs E B. I their fortunes told. I I Auxiliary Christmas supper partyat comforting heat while on the revert
Blackburn Mrs R. J. Hester Mrs Gingerbread, punch apples, 8:30 in Legion hall. 1 ude which it smooth you get
Russell Horne, Mrs Herman peanuts and candy were served :: a'. direct full heat. And you get a
Thomas Mrs George Barnes Mrs. I Present were, Miss Jeanne Eby To the Indies at the Hour with 10Mi"w.e w 5 year universe guarantee
Frank Webb Mrs. Ruth L. Scott, Miss Lillie Mae Campbell, Miss tla Books meeting In the Y. W. C. AWednesday ., en this bottle. Thar are more
Mr J R Rutland M\"!!. Stanley I Jean Irwin Miss Dora Scott, Miss I w ,.. I Kantleek items you should know
Roberts, Mrs C. T. Harper Mrs. Norma Andrews, Miss Jewel
L. K. Bishop Jr., Mrs. H. K. I Hodge, Miss Carol Lee Miss Alice probably
Foulk, Mrs T. E. Kirby, Mrs. E. 'Wysong, Miss Bobbie Simpson,
H. Collier, Mrs Gordon Key Mrs 'Miss Marshall. Eldred Gilmer, Ross
Ceo D. Ruehle Mrs C 11. [Reitz Harry Martin, Jack Marshall I Kant/eel Two-Heat Style/ Water 9ott2.00
Mrs. S. L. West Mrs Clyde Swilley, Robert Riv-
Schauberger Mrs Dexter T.1 I ers, Kernie Kenning. Henry Dix- Kant/eefc/ Regular Style Water Bottle/ 1.50

Mrc Catherine Pickard. Mrs on, Joe Byrum and Edward Burr.WOMAN' $ / .2SKtntlttk
D. Plcne, Mrs. G. A. West Mrs Kant/eel Cap ;
Nell Jeffrey, Mn R. H Cain Mrs s2.00
3 CLUB TO HOLD fountain Syring
Ludlum. I
J. Mrs II O Thurman Mrs C. H. i KanteefcAtomztr s .98
Campbell, Mrs. Charles Martin The Woman Club of Homesteadwill !
; Mrs W. B. Caves, Sr.. Mrs How- hold a business meeting In 15eaut See the complete rime during this KsntletV! wL
ard Johnson Mrs R E. Sherard, the clubhouse Tuesday at 3 o'clock.! t .

Mrs Ansel Barrow. Mm Homer Mrs Herman "el nhd lean chairmanof 60c Sal Hepatica .................................................. .19 .

I Davis. Roberts Mrs. A.Mrs.Terburg Harry,.Mrs Cooper. JasII ,. I Hindman conservation, chairman of Mrs.education B. M. I CMD,,Wstlogwavwolexgi.kti.loveluw.ti with Th nnlqu the. $1.25 Squibb's Mineral Oil, qt. size .................... .89 ,"

Mrs A. D. Smith. Mrs Joel J will give short talks atsrlMS Bwthodi nt Cod, i 50c Forhan's Tooth Paste .................................. .39
Mrs J. Tom Vann Mrs I safe, ocmfortablel
Robinson, Mrs. Green Rives, Mn B. A. 3-23c Listerine Tooth Paste ..... ...... .19
S. H. Fitch, Mrs W. T McConnell .................
I IMn. Tibbitts, Mn Ben Archer and Mn i AM leiU1tUlJ11
Pete Morgan Mrs J. W Geo. D Ruehle heard Mrs. I. M. ."I 2-25c Palmolive Shaving Cream .................... .33

ton.English Mn, Mrs Paul Virginia Loaner, Mrs.Hooks Claude Wil ,I Weinstein review C. S. Foresters i qt.lL1 50c Wild Root Shampoo ...................................... .29 f'

Campbell, Mrs. Lloyd Witt, MnMrs. "'Dr. Ifaakin' 2 oOc Halo] Shampoo .......................................... .50
s. A. King, Miss Nella Sauls, Leonard \v.SMltellilitC Oil 6.I:: i
Miss Ellen Vann. Miss Letitia hi (n b..I.._ $1.00 Wild Root Hair Tonic .............................. .59
Campbell and Miss Alta Vann I novae o4 11.e.lna..4GLASSES nLICeTBEAUTVPARLOR

e Those sending gifts were: Mrs.I I I WHITMAN &. NORRIS
Win. Musslewhlte, Mn. W. R. 141 N. L lint ...- ua.i. fU. JI.1t ....:"" A....
} Bird. Mrs. Roberta Harrison. Mn C..pW.Ip Ali C.Mltt.we Il Aar aawsd, Ows.-Opwater I CANDIES
k 0..... .a fw.e _w
'W. H. Woods, Mn. Henry Brooker, | .4.1 IIPare


,. Friday.. November 8. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Seven

.s. M. ALLEN HOLDS FAMILY GATHERING will be held during November, it

Present at the meeting were:

I I Social EventsMRS. I I c. M. Allen was host Sunday at :-and Eugene Allen of Homestead: I Mrs.Buchanan Stanley, Mrs.\Mttkop Ceo, H.Mrt Fitzpatrick B. A.-

a reunion of hit family at his home I a IOn and daughter-in-law. Mrs Fletcher Bryant, Mrs

on N. W. Fifth street The party and Mrs D. B AilfiO of Clew Iston: Clifton DeBeiry, Mrs. Augustus

was given in honor of the return I: a nephew D. t.. Allen of Tifton, Wynn, Mrs Edwin McGarrth, Mrs.
Ga, and seven gtrtdchildrcn, Mr., L. T. Proctor, Mrs f. B. Green,
of hit
: LEUBEN GREENWOOD IS HONOREDAT I ton and daughter-in-law, i and Mrs Wuudcll PecpUt. Miss Mrs. Wilbur Reed, Mrt T J.Walker. .
Mr. and Mrt John T. Allen, who I Mrs Herbert Turner Mrs
PALM' Mabel Ruth Pope and Rodney
have been away 16 years. This Pope, Jr., of HomcMeud Miss Mar- I Robert Glenn Jr., Mrs. Bruce En-

ton hat been In the U S. navy 23 i jone Allen of Clewiston, and Mm nls, Mrt Ansel Barrow Mrs R. J.

Mrs. Leuben Greenwood was Mrs Eugene Fontaine Mrs. JesseE i years and he is now fattened at i Judy Allen Miss Nina Allen, Eugene Elliott Mrs Olin Wright Mrs.

given a miscellaneous bridal l I Waller Mrs. Martha Opa-Locka. and Raymond Allen and John Paul Loaner Mrs. W. B Caves.,

shower Friday afternoon at the ham, Mrt A J m cunnln'-I Other members of Mr Aliens Allen all of MIami. Jr., Mrs Harold Oxford, Mrs

home of Mrs G C. Rivers in Sil- I Marsh, Mrs Gopp, family present were: Mr. and Mrs Other guests Included: Mr and James L. Bird, Mrs Dondy. Mm

ver Palm by Mrs Earl Pacetti. Jr.. ,Booth Misses Jeannette and Annette J. R. Pope the Mm-in-law and Mrs. E. J. Pope, Mrs Evelyn Walton Mrs. Sherard, Miss Geraldine -

and Mrs A. S. Rivers Mrs Campbell Miss Edna Forte daughter with whom Mr. Allen Haney, Miss Hilda Pope and Jackie Reitz, Mint Pearl Whitakerand

Greenwood before her marriage (Miss Constance Scherr Mrs. G C. makes his home: two sons. Hoke Pope. Miss Ellen Huff .

:,was Mist Frances Webb. Rivers Mrs A. S. Rivers. Mrs
.. Greenwood and Mrs Pacettl I II REDIND IRCIE MEETS:
Prizes were won by Mrs Greenwood I CABARET TICKET SELLER two days before the cabaret It (
Gifts were received from: Mrs. \MTll MRS J I. SCOTT
WILL BE CHEN PRIZE was decided The first to
s in a state naming contest by person
Dave Mrs. Mullins I I I
':; Mrs Georgia Gopp in a word contest -I Kufeldt Ralph purchase tickets will\ be given I the Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott enter-
A to the
Mrs. Jesse Greer, Mrs. E. F. Marshall permanent wave per
and by Mrs. Frank Marsh in choice of tables tained the Redland NeighborhoodCircle
Mrs. Gotch Kufeldt, Mrs. son selling the most tickets for the I
an advertising slogan- guessingcontest J. C. Lett, Mrs. E. A Buchanan, third annual Woman Club caba- Mrs. Virginia Hooks Walton was at her home Monday afternoon -
Mrs Stanley Wittkop, Mrs Flor- appointed to have charge of tickets -
The house was decorated with ence Pacetti, Mrs Helen Chubb ret on Nov. 30 will be given by and Mrs. Burley Oendy, of During the afternoon Mrs. Sam

cut flowers. Punch and cake were I' Mrs. Walter Fisher, Mrs Eva Mrs. R. E. Sherard owner and the records of the cast and the costumes J. Davis, violinist accompanied by
I Mrs. W. E. Gaby, pianist, played
served Fletcher Mrs. Green Rives, Mrs. operator of Alice Beauty Shop. : .
several! numbers Mrs Davis useda
Those present were: Mrs. Pete i,I Carlton Singleton, Miss Betty Ann It was announced at an executive I Mrs H K. Foulk will direct a
violin recently completed by Mr.
'! Morgan Mrs. T. E. Kirby Marshall Miss Frances Lett Mist committee meeting following the singing chorus to sing at the cabaret
Davis Mrs Rood Holmes Mrs.
; Douglas Killingsworth. Mrs'j I Louise Pacetti. Miss Helen Brad- regular business meeting of the it was reported.Announcement .
Junior Woman Club of Home- Scott each played several piano
l ard Little Mrs Deneston ley and Miss Eleanor Sullivan. made that
stead Monday night in the selections Other members gave
$3910 had been cleared at the
Woman Club building Mrs readings
f} FRIENDS GIVE SHOWER IN WOMAN'S CLUB I James L. Bird, president, presidedat Halloween dance held m the Present werefn.. Emma

BUILDING FOR MRS ALEX L. LANIER both meetings ,I Homestead Country Club. Wright, Mrs L. H Klopp, Mrs J.
Mrs Sherard announced that A party composed of members D. Wysong. Mrs Gaby Mrs

-- the wave may be obtained at anytime 101 the club will attend the cabaret Holmes Mr Davis. Miss Eva
; Mrs. Alex L. Lanier was given a I Smith, Mrt Russell Anderson I within six months after the iif the Miami Junior W omtm's Club Rotlwrham Mm Scott

'. miscellaneous shower Saturday afternoon I Mrs. Basil Goode Mrs Geo contest ends No16 at the Royal Palm Club The circle will meet with Mrs

iI. In the Romans Club | Ruehle Mn J A. Webb Mn A. Tickets will be on sale Monday '!!I it wa stated Tickets may be obtained Emma Wright on Die S.

building by Mrs. David Barnes, 10. Cain Mrs. Pete Morgan, Mrs and any two tickets will hold a : from Miss Pearl \\hltakcrN'o .

Mrs Jas H. Roberts Mrs L. K. E Edwards Mrs A E. Campbell table which can be enlarged until I social meeting of the club (More Society m Next Pnge
Bishop, Jr., Mrs. Lloyd Witt, Mrs and Mrs :J. W Ludlam;

I C. H. Denby and Mrs Russell Those who sent gifts were: Mrs

Home Howard Johnson Mrs S. A. King,

Mrs. Claude Campbell was high | Mrs Bert Andrews Mn Harry D.

core winner In bridge, Mrs F. D. J Wolfe, Mrt G. F. Braithwaite,

If Mock was high score winner in Mrs. Blanche Bishop Mrs. Geo. The

bunco, and Mn Harry Cooper : Flanningan Mn Grady Lanier

"won the floating ))rlzeI Mrs C. E. Eby Mrt Robert Glenn, I i
Jr., Mrs Adrian Jacobs, Mrs. GeoM .
One end of the main room was I
Frlck Mrs Russell Walker
decorated to represent a garden -
Mrs Herman Thomas, Mrs. Allan Bottlewhich
Mrt John Rickard and Miss Elizabeth -
01\ Kiuam, Mrs T. T. Bowen Mrs
Home presided at punchbowls
D Jacobsen, Mrs. Pauline Hin-
placed at either end of along 1M. Ii
Mn Herbert Harris, Mn
table decorated with fern and
I A. W. Hutchinson Mrs. John
coral vine. Mrs. Campbell and I contains the milk
Graves, Mrs. A. J. Campbell Mrs.
Mrs J. D. Perkins assisted in serving -
I W. D. Horne, Mrs. C H. Lawrence
sandwiches and small cakes leave door
1 I Mrs. S. L. West, Mrs J. L. Bur- r we at Jour
iced in pink, and blue. The favors
'ton, Mn F. O Eullard, Mrs. L f
Were small bonnets trimmed in
i K. Bishop Sr.. Mn J. R. Dorsey. each day
blue ribbon and lace and filled
Mrs Green Rives, Mrs Preston
I IB. Bird, Mrs M A Berger, Mn
Others present were: Mrs Paul ; Ben Morris, Mrs. Chas Caves. is theProperty
Reynolds, Mrs. W. L. Neeley, Mrs Mrs R. E. Sherard, Mrs. Ansel
P. J Franklin Mrs. J. R. Rutland
I Barrow, Miss Anne Lee and Miss
Mrs Edw. Barnes, Mrs W. B. Margaret Macon.

'. Caves, Jr, Mrt Homer Davis, | Mrt Lanier entertained at ti

Mrs Gordon Ivey, Mrs. S. J. luncheon Monday the shower hottesses -
Hurt, Mrt W. W. Allan, Mrs A. : The Halloween motif was -
D Smith Mrs. Alvin Simmons, of
used in the decorations Each
Mrs. Howard Lamb, Mrt H K. guest received an initialed handkerchief

Foulk, Mrs Harry Schauberger, I .
Mrs. Lonnie L. Hood, Mrs. C. Hag- I _
ler Rice, Mrs. Henry Brooker, Jr., i AlpineGrove
Mrs Geo Barnes, Mrs. J. C Davis, ,'
Mrs. Arthur French Mrs Molly I
Thomas, Mrs. M. A. Murphy, Mrs Members of the South Dade Dairy

Henry Olsen, Mrt Earl Cravey, I Garden Club told how they spent

Mrs. A. Terburg, Mrs Hiram the summer when they met Monday -

Bitch, Mrs. Dexter Horne, Mrs I at the home of Mrs Annie R

Paul Losner, Mrs. I. A. Mayer, Butler in Homestead.

Mn Floy Watson, Mrt J. B. Pitts, I' Mrs. R. J. Shepherd, president, y r' T taiattaseat, -.e.anJ117rAZr{ i
Mrs S. II fitch, Mn Catherine opened the meeting by telling of

Pickard Mrs T. D. rich, Mrs the various trees the observed on

., Harry Brown, Jr., Mrs D. H. Del- her trip from her summer home In PleaseReturn
linger Mrs. A. A. Bussey, Mn Connecticut to Florida City

Frank Hausman, Mrs. Julia Polk, I A nominating committee composed -

:Mrt J. A. Pollard, Mrs. Orin |I of Mrs W K. i.aB: Mn
t Herman Heinlcln and I ;
was appointed. !
The next meeting will be held
Nov. 18 at the home of Mn El-
The annual Christmas supper berta Buie, it das decided.
party given by the Woman I Present were: Mrs J. A. Ricks

I Auxiliary of John G. Sally Post Mrt T. L. Hodges Mn J. M. Dobbin '

'" of the American Legion will beheld Mrt H. J Derbyshire, Mrs. Empty
.it on Sunday, Dec. IS, at 8.30, C. W. Mangus Mn Carl A. Field, ii R '

the members decided at a meeting I Mn N. G. Ball, Mrs Alma Shetz- i t

held In Legion hall Wednesdayevening line Mrt Joel J. Robinson, Mrs.

I H M. Brown, Mn Ben Young, Bottle
At usual gifts will be exchangedand Mn Homer Davis, Mrt Wm
each family will be asked to''I Dunlop, Mn Roy Matthews, Mrs

bring a gift to send to the crippled O W. Calkins, Mn E. J. Norman,

children home in UmaUlla Mrs. H. F. Potter Mrs Haas, Mrs.

Hope was expressed the Auxiliary Helnleln Mrs Shepherd, MrtBute Each Day
will have a 100 per cent and Mn Butler.

membership when the membershipdrive

ends on Monday, Nov. 11. :MR. AND :MRS HOOD

After the members were Joined I[GIVE BIFFETT SIPPER Keep the Kiddies Well\\ and strong

by the Legionnaires and prospective Mr and Mrs. Lonnie L. Hood

Sons of the Legion, pie, coffee I entertained at a buffett supper at

and limeade were served I i cently: Mr and Mrs. R J Hester Grove
Present were: Mrs. Lamar Kendrick I Mr and Mrs. E B. Blackburn, Alpine Dairy

president, r.1 Geo' D I 4 Mr.: and Mrs T. J. Bleier Mr. and
Ruehle, Mrt P Reams, Mn: ''' Mrs. A. W Hutchinson and Mr
Wm. J. Geronimo, Mrs Jake I and Mrs. J. L Burton o. B. F.\BKIR. homestead,

Brooks. Mrs. Harold 'I ProP. Fla.w. .

Mrs. Edward Normal SheWeld.1

41 frank B. Rut and READ THE WANT-ADS .

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Bird Norton Wakefield, George!LOCAL P. T. A. DELEGATES Fates Mr. and Mrs. Free Mrs. L,
SOCIAL EVENTS Dickinson, Arthur Brandenburg, TO ATTEND CONTENTION I I B. Danzey, Mrs Mabel Skiner,

I r /, ? ,/, ,. ? ,,. ? ,//. //NNM John Ruehle, Buddy Home and Delegate from Homestead and Miss Mildred Lee Miss Ruth
Noel Steffsnl. |IRedland Parent-Teacher Asla.I Fredrlcks, Misses Sophia and
CLARICE DODSON IS ELECTED PRESIDENTOF Others present were: Mr. and I lions are planning to attend the Lydia Borgardt, Miss Sara King,
Mr*. Steffanl Mr. and Mrs George state convention of the Florida Miss Mary Roberts, Miss Dorothy:
STEPHEN FOSTER JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB N. Wakefield Miss Louise Barnes. I Congress of Parent and TeachersIn I Sullivan Wilbur Free Clifton

Miss Catherine l Staffanl, Kenneth White Temple 11MI.ml Wednesday I Riggs, Alton Craft Amos West
Clarice Dod.ion was elected served. Bryant and Charles Staffani! and Thursday berry, John Chambers Marlon
president of the Stephen Foster Members present were: Jean Drake Clyde and Kenneth Chambers
The theme of the convention,
Junior Music Club at a meeting Anderson, Kathleen Wagner SORORITY TO SPONSOR( "Our Concern, Every Child." will Bob and Eugene King
Joyce Walker Rose Marie Orate,
held Oct. 31 at the home of Vara CHRISTMAS DANCE I be introduced by Mrs Malcolm
Margaret Stlllman, Ruth and Mary FRIEDRICIIS
and Anne The McClellan state president, and DAVID
Rheney. Trances Rutland Caroline Gaff-i Kappa Phi Delta Sororitywill
Other officers elected were: pey, Barbara Wakefleld Kathleen ; sponsor a Christmas dance Miss Katherine Lenroot, chief of OBSERVES ANNIVERSARY
Margaret Stlllrnan, first vice-pres.: Jackson Clarice Podson Vera about Dec, II, It was decided at the Children's Bureau will de- I David Frledrichs was given a
ident; Vara Rheney, second vice nd Anne Rheney and John Mc a meeting Monday evening at the liver the keynote address Wednesday birthday party In observance of
president, Kathleen Wagner, sec Lean home of Miss Rita Dent. The pro. morning i his eighth anniversary by his
Anne I ceed of the dance will be given Mrs. William KlcUer, nationalpresident mother, Mr*. Stanley Wittkop, at
retary ,
Rheney treasurer
; Others present were; Mrl.Geore '
and Marie to the hospital fund. will speak at the banquet I their home on N. W. Second avenue -
Dasher historian. N. Wakefield and Mrs.
Mri On, Oct. 31 the sorority gave a Wednesday night and at one Sunday afternoon
Whitney Beam
played I Webb counselors, and Mn. W. E.
piano solo "Pell Street" by E. Rheney Mrs W. W. Beam Mrs dance at the home of Miss Betty conference Thursday morning I The guests fished for hat favoriand .

Whlthorne. Miss Virginia Dorsey Whitney Beam and Miss Dorsey Jane Meybem. Dr, Harold Meyer of the University noise makers. Various games
played accordion numbers, "Glow Present were: Miss Wave Hor- of North Carolina will were played during the afternoon.
Worm" and "My Hero." ton, Miss Libby Jane Buck Miss speak at the closing meeting in Individual cake with orange icing
The next meeting will be heldat PARTY Josephine Cash, Miss Charlotte Bayfront Park Thursday evening were served with orange ice

the home of Mn. Bevo Webb on Geronimo Miss Frances Lamb Morning! conferences will beginat Mrs. Wittkop was assisted by
Nov II, It was decided. Noel Staffanl entertained a group Miss Dent, Miss Meybem, Harry 113: and morning cessions at Mrs, E. A. Buchanan Mr, A. M.
Ice cream and cookies were of his friends at the home of his Martin J. T. and Barney Godwin, 930. Logan and Mrs. Earl Pacetti, Jr.
parents Mr. and Mrs. C H. Staf Charles Connor, Forrest Bell Elmer
I fanl, on Oct. 31 with a Halloween Martini" and Q. Lowe. The guests were: Mary Lou
DISTRICT MtgIC CLt'B YOUNG FEOrLE'8 CLASS Musslewhite, Rente Marie and '
TO MEET IN CORAL GABLES Connie Campbell as a witch and AUXILIARY GIVES HALLOWEEN: PARTY Barbara Marks, Toby Ennis: Emma:
BENEFIT FISH FRY The young people's class of the Jane Rives, Jane Thurman, Barbara *
A district meeting of music I Buddy Horne as LH' Abner won .
Connor Joyce Morgan
clubs will be held Wednesday prizes for the best costumes. Plans for the fish fry held last Homestead Church of the Nazarene I
Nov |3, In the clubhouse of the George Dickinson who was dressed night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. enjoyed a Halloween party at ma Foster, Reba Nell Proctor,
Coral Gable Woman's Club. Registration as a Chinaman won a prize for Frank W. Stlllman in Redland the home of Mr. and Mrs Ulric I Shirley Greer, Faye Milliard, Lou-
I ise Strickland, Betty Turner Rebecca
will begin at (:30. and concealing his Identity the longest. were made by the Woman's Aux Free Friday evening. Brown, Joyce Walker,
the opening session will begin at 'Morton Wakefield was p prize win- iliary of St. John's Church at a After playing various games at Martha Lee Davis Martha Jane
10 Luncheon will be served in ner in a contest pin a dial on a meeting, Nov. 1, at the home of the :Free home the group went to Greer, Doris Lewis Bill Mussle-
the Barcelona restaurant radio and Barbara Horne won a Mrs. H. E. Schaff an old "haunted" house In Red-
white, Jr. Jack Arlen Pacettl
Members wishing to attend and I prize for ranking next. Joe Rey. The proceeds will go Into the land where wieners and marshmallows Stanley Pacettl, Allen Left, Billy
those who can furnish transportation nold and Nadine RuchU were church treasury. were roasted,
Hutchinson Billy Perkins, Bruce
are liked! to get In touch winners In a peanut race. Present at the meeting were: Present were: the Rev. and
Ennls, Jr., Tommy Clark, Bobby
With Mri. J. D. Redd, president) Noise maker favors and balloons ,Mrs. W. K. Haas, Mrs. Lee H. )Mrs. R. H. Spear Mr. and Mrs N. Drawdy, Milton Smith Norton"
of the Monday Music Club. were given the guests, and I Lehman Mrs, J A. Hooks, Mrs. L. Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wakefield John Hodges and Jack-
The Monday Music Club will gingerbread, orange sherbert, pop Frank Hausman, Mrs. Edward Chambers, Mr and Mr. Ira
meet at the home of Mrs. JulianH corn balls and Halloween candy Silling Mrs Henry Johnson Mrs. King, Mr and Mrs. Grady Pope Next
(More Society on Page)
Webster on Nov. 18 when Mri. were served. John Julian Mrs A. H. Single. Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Plummer, Mr.
Webster, Mrs. W 8 Mills and The guests Included: Barbara ton Mrs L. A, Fennel, Mrs J. E, and Mrs, Norman Benson Mr.
Mrs Lewis Brandenburg will be Wakefield, Barbara Home Connie Gauaens, Mrs. Ralph Kingman and Mrs.and Mrs. W. W. Douberly -
hostesses The Coral I Gables Campbell Paula Kemp Betty I Mrs. Bertha Denby, Mrs. R F, Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Can. 1
Music Club will furnish the pro. I Irene Simmons Nadine Ruehle, J. Blackford, Mm Roman, Miss nlngton Mr. and Mr. Delma
gram B. Morton, Joe Reynolds Billy Grace Butterfield and Mrs. Schaff Rhodes, Mr and Mr. Charles



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November 8, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Nine

'game was played and a hunt for Jr.. Mn. E. U Lawrence, Mrs.

I SOCIAL EVENTS candy suckers wag held. Doughnuts Mutlina. Mrs. English Mn Mey-.
were eaten from a string and ,bem, Mrs. Deitz Misses Helen and
In and AroundHomeslead ..,---.--. applet were bobbed for. Root Esther Livingston and Miss Alice
beer and i
B. P. W. C. DISCUSSES candy were served. Macomber.
I 'SIX AMENDMENTS Scouts present were: Ruth : ;
Rutland Patty Robinson
I A talk on the six amendmentsto Jojlene
Mock Anne and Vara Rheney CIRCLE HOSTESS
be voted on at the poll the
next day was made by Mrs. J. F Barbara Jean Smith Barbara Plans for a rummage sale to beheld
Hammett It a meeting of the Home Barbara Miller Katherine Nov. 23 were made at a meetIng -
I Homestead B. P. W. C. in the Kelly Bellegene Bullard, Ann I of Outlook Circle of the Wo-
and Catherine Shackleford Betty man's Society of Christian Service -
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rheney have Tuesday were: Mrs. A. A. Chamber of Commerce building
and Ruth Byrum Margaret and of Homestead Methodist
as a guest for a week, Mrs. Rhe-I Payne Mrs. J. A. Ricks. Mrs T. L. Monday evening. Discussion fol- ,
Betty Stillman Ardel Pat-man Church at the home of Mn. Dun
ney'i mother Mri. W P. Parker Hodges, Mrs. Carl F. Robinson lowed.
Mary Catherine Suber Suzanne Williams Tuesday.
Mrs. Charles Clinton and Mrs. I
of Jacksonville. Mrs. A. F. Darling Mn. C. Ben
Plummer Mn J. M. Holferty and Ben Archer president, gave a Brown and Betty Gatlin. Mrs. J. J. Richards conducted :
Mn R. C. Jackson. brief report of the recent district Other guests were MI and a Bible study period after the business ,
Richard Fuchs, who Is attorneyfor Mn.
meeting held In Miami. Hudson Mr. and Mrs. session
the railroad retirement boardat Rheney Mrs. W. f. Parker and
Washington D. C., arrived in Roy GIsson of Washington, D. By-law changes were voted on. Mrs. Frank Skill. Mrs. Williams served pudding

Homestead Sunday to vote In the C.. la visiting his brother-inlaw MRS. WYSONG IS MADE and coffee.
general election Tuesday. lie returned and sister Mr. and Mrs. B. R SENIOR COUNCIL OFFICER O. E. 8. TO ENTERTAIN Present were: Mrs. Dave Williams I
to Washington Wednesday.Mr. Swilley In Redland. MASONS AND MMES Mrs. Ivan Moaer, Mn Casper :
Mrs. J. D. Wysong, president of t
I Williams I Mrs U C. Dodd,
Plans for a pot-luck lupper
Redland Home Demonstrationclubs
and Mn. H. C. Nichols, for- Jim Bullard has returned to his honoring members of the Masonic Mrs. Allan Kiuam Mrs Richards
will be held Wednesday j
residents of Homestead who home In Ga. Mrs. Day Miss Nella Sauls Miss
mer Edison after a visit tary and reporter of the Dade order and their wives were made
are now making their home In with his brother-in-law and sister County Home Demonstration at a meeting of Ad Astra Chapterof Betty Trcbblo Misses Antionette i

Fort Pierce were In Homesteadto Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Mock in I Council which met In North I the Order of the Eastern Star Oibbs and Helen, sIM'r,1\I; :; Eleanor* Marybelle Wllllama I
vote Tuesday In the general Homestead. Miami Friday Friday night in the I. O. O. T.
election.Mr. MIllS McNeill Lenora Williams !
Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefield ands I hall. The supper will be servedat and Mrs. Williams. !
A. W. Hutchinson who Is farmIng Mrs. Carl Andenon will represent 8.30 o'clock next Friday evenIng -

and Mrs. Robert Newcombwho at Indlantown spent several Homestead on the council; and the regular business II. II 8. 4-11 CLUB: ;}
have been staying at the days this week In Homestead. Mrs. Wysong and Mrs. J. A. Roth- meeting will follow! ELECTS OFFICERS

Brewer place on Redland road ..-.---...-- erham, Hedlnnd; Mn. W. W. Be- The following supper committeewas Virginia Kelly I has been elected 1
have moved to the Gossman house thea and Mrs. R. E Wittenwyler appointed: Mrs. R. A. Mey- president of Homestead High 1
b on Tennessee road where they will FLORIDA CITY Princeton. fcem, Mrs. R. W. Mullln.i Mrs.
School 4-H Club. Virginia Kin-
spend the winter. By Mrs. W. W. Severy Lloyd Deitz and Mrs. W. J. Eng- ner s vice-president; Louise Booker '

-/1.NINI N/IIIN I...MIN,...II/N/MNIN MNM.Y HOMESTEAD: GIRL SCOUTS linh. Misses Esther and Helen secretary; and Lillie Little .
Mrs. Elinor Robertson superintendent HAVE HALLOWEEN PARTY I Livingston will arrange a program. treasurer and county council rep- I
of the James Archer, Mrs. R. B. Chandler and her The Homestead Girl Scout troop The charter was draped In hon- reesntative

Smith hospital has her sister Miss daughter were returned to their gave a Halloween party Tuesday or of the late Mrs. T. E. Evans. Mrs. W. W. Bethea of Princeton J
Bettye Trebble of Covington Ga., home on Wednesday from the evening at the home of Mr. and Present were: Mr. and Mrs. A. is leader of the group.
ai a guest for a few weeks. James Archer Smith Hospital. Mrs. W. E. Rheney, under the direction -I R. Livingston Mr. and Mrs. W. Katherine Orfanedes Is taking f!

Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Muttson of Mary Catherine Suber. B. Caves Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, her eighth year of 4-11 work. i
Joe Hickson son of Mr and Mrs have returned from Barbara Wakefield, Suzanne iI
a stay of several _. .. _. I
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J. R. Hickson of Naranja Is taking weeks in Key West Brown and Betty Gatlin i I ;
course In air conditioning at Ardel Parmnn dressed as a, '
the York Training School in York Mn Lucy Hole of Danville 111, ghost won a handkerchief and BII D'S i :

N. y. and Florida City is expected to return compass for concealing her Identity I
the longest. A balloon burstingson f di
soon for the season. i
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnsonhad I :
as week-end guests Miss Lola Sgt. Lewis C. Aldrich Jr., of who will remain In Miami i IndorsedUSED
Johnson and Mrs. Vivian Brinson Camp McDill visited from Sun- for a few days. I
of Fort Lauderdale and W. L. day till Wednesday with relatives
Johnson of Miami. In Florida City and South Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Curcuruto! '
I I I of Oswego N. Y., who arrived CARS j

Mr. and Mrs. W. K Haas had as MI. and Mrs. Philip Natoli and Saturday have rented the Brock-I
guests for a few days last week daughter Mary Jane of Oswego ett garage apartment on Eighth I, oar DIed care always represent food vase, bat the
Mrs. Haas' cousin Mrs. Maurine I N. Y., arrived Saturday. They are street.Mrs.. ones listed below arc unusually choice and we recommend ;.
Lalte of Miami and her i son occupying the Hobart Brockett I any one of them for your C'ltnaldl'raU.n.i .

Spencer.Mr. cottage on Eighth street. M. Silver-man of Coconut i. i ............................................. I II
Grove and her grandchildren,1Marion
Mrs. M. D. Ingram and Mrs. E. Gloria and Albert Silver-1 I
and Mrs. W. W. Hastings J. Rhodes returned Monday from man visited here Tuesday. I 1938 PONTIAC 4-DOOR SEDAN-* HK I in a I
have purchased the Brown house paint Rood tires looks new inside radio
In extended stay In Miami. Mr. I ; ; ; ;
on Redland road between Coconut Ingra.-n left Friday for Cuba. Grover Becker returned last I priced below the market.
Palm drive and Silver
drive. .
week from Key West where he
Mr. Hastings is chief clerk of the Mrs. Charles Becker returned has been employed.Mrs. i 1936 BUICK 4-DOOR TOURING SEDAN- I

Florida In Florida Power Clay.and Light Co. office Sunday from a visit In Miami with I clean inside and out; good tires ; priced to i iI
her daughters, Misses Isabel and E. Stanley and son recently -
Miry Becker. moved into the Silverman I
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Bowen had I I
apartment.Mr. 1939: FORD FORDOR TOURING S E I) A N-
as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. Anna Porterfield returnedto I
Bowen'a brother-in-law and sister radio; original paint; priced right.
Miami after a one-week visit and Mrs. Joseph Rustad of I
Mr. and. Mrs. W. J. Hamiltonof here. She was accompanied by Miami were Tuesday visitors In I 1939 PONTIAC DELUXE 4-DOOR TOURING
Pompano.Mr. her mother Mrs. W. F. A. Robert- Florida City. I I I
SEDAN-new tires; very clean. I I
and Mrs. M. M. Ramsey of
Bauer drive entertained Mr. and 1931 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR SEDAN-excellcnt i

Mrs. Eugene McKeahn and fam- condition; good tires and paint; a good buy.
ily of Miami Sunday. Redland BrandFertilizers '

Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Torbert of tires and paint; priced right. ; 1
Belle Glade former residents of I

friends Goulds In spent the Redland Tuesday district.visiting PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO. : ;

Mrs. Ovid Sullivan and infant .
daughter Inda born last week South Krome A"c. Phone 18 ,

were returned Friday to their I are manufactured in Homesteadby + OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY
home !{
from the James Archer __ _
Smith hospital.

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locally owned il; ; ; ; A ;P1 il 1i 1 -1717-
Mrs. John B. Tower Is spend a company. !
ing several weeks with relativesIn
Miami. We truthfully Bay:-
Mixtures are carriedon

Among those who attended an I
all-day district conference of I PONTIACIs

Presbyterian Woman's Auxillaies hand for every
held In the Shenandoah Church

need. The NEWEST Car
Be sure that jour eves are a'
rood U your brakes-have them

tested at least once each year FOR 1911It's
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of TN Awo...kas I.riflato Preston B. Bird Motor Co. ; 1
.Mol for opUaIn.. 0 FRANK B.RUE.MGR. :

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Ten THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday.: November 8, 1340:

R. II. S. Pupils Write Electric Refrigerator Users Save

I Redland Rattler ] I Education Week EssaysNext $3.72 Monthly on Quantity BuyingThrift

1 week our country will be
observing National Education sometimes consists of doIng I to the Webb brothers, owners of
Week. Each day of that week li to without certain things, but Homestead Furniture Company,

have a special topic about educa- I true thrift can be based on the local Frlgldalre appliance dealer
I tion to be discussed in the schools, :
use of something which taxes "Thousands of Frlgldalre
Hands Can Play Together over the radio, and In the newspaper
BASKETBALL TO more in actual cash than it cost for example say that they save an
When New Music ArrivesThe *
of 3.72
average a on
I to and A reduction In
buy use.
I- Sunday's subject Is Enriching quantity buying, because foods
START NOV. 12 band has decided to order Spiritual Life." Topici for the food bills for Instance, li possible may be stored for days without
week are: "Strengthening Civic with the use of a modern electric "
a book of college marches 10 that spoiling, says a recent statementfrom
AT REDLAND III our band and Homestead's band Loyalties," Financing Public Edu- I refrigerator the store "These came users
Homemakers who have
Human Resources analyzed
can play together some time cation, "Developing explained that another economy Is
Homestead Band has these college ," "Perpetuating Individual their food budget problems declare found in preserving left-overs, the
Coach Snyder has announced marches and the combination of Liberties," "Building Economic Security I that real savings can be made with monthly saving here amounting to
that official basketball practicewill the bands will help to develop a I ," and "Safeguarding National an electric refrigerator, according an average of (3.77.

begin on Nov. 12 better spirit between the schools Resources" "Not only does a modem electric
This year'i team Is composed of The members of our band are Every pupil In the high schoolwas manship of James Dyson Sanford rehfrfrrator, such as Frlgldaire
exceptionally small boys. The required to write a 000word'essay senior promises that the 1940
enthusiastic about the Idea. make It possible to save on food
tallest boy Is five feet, ten Inches. on any of these subject campus feature will be even more buying and left-overs, but it also
The band heartily welcomedtwo
The heaviest Is 160 pounds The I new additions to its rank this some time this week. I'entertaining than last year'i provides constant, uniform cold at
team will have to depend on speed memorable event.
cost The well
:week, Jeanne Eby, a Junior who unprecedented
rather than man power. plays a snare drum, and Sophia ; Girls' Glee Club Votes The chasing of uugpatch men known meter-miser cold making
Those boys on the team lout Bogardt who plays a cornet. We' New White UniformsQuite by the campus Daisy Maes will be mechanism makes cold with unbelievable
tear who are to on It again this were really glad to see them come only one part of the celebration, economy; while such
tear are Leonard Greer, Buddy Into advance band practise Tuesday the committee reports A parade features as the hydrators that keep
Lindgren and Henry Dixon The morning a bit of enthusiasm has ii scheduled that bids fair to com- all vegetables and fruit fresh and
rest of the boys will be taken been aroused lately in the Girl'amee hones
mandeer all the mules, flavorsome, the coldwall section
from last year's Junior high and Club about getting new uniforms Model
wagons and T Fords In the that preserve food moisture andvltamln.ll.
B teams Girls Are Completing The 36 girls in the- club vicinity for the most rustic of rustic and the freezer which I.a Is
The boys are to have the hardest decided that any kind of white
Pinafores and Dresses affairs The motion picture fea- necessity for storing frozen foods rand
schedule this In the history i uniforms would be impressive with "
I ture, 'Little Abner, has been for making many salads and
of the school They are to such a large group Most of the
booked by the local theatres for desserts, all contribute not onlyto
24 tall far and Redland High School home economics girls seemed In favor of the tailored -
play games so are I the day and the Sadie Hawkinscast year round convenience but to
negotiating to have on classes are nearing the white dresses with military I "
of players at Stetson plans an actual savings In money.
IS completion of their first projectsthis lined with I
Dec 6 and capes a bright orange I
appropriate show for the stage in
This year's Basketball Schedule year All have been sewingintently A committee of five girls from
conjunction with the movie. "Your communism Is stupid If
altogether since the beginning of the three sections was elected to I
L now complete. i I
Prizes will again be awarded everything were divided today, Ina
The schedule reads: school. finish out the details of the uniforms -
this year for various types of excellence very short time your portion
Dec 10-Miami Beach at Miami The seventh grade girls are and see that the patternsand
in whiskers for the "
Beach making pinafore aprons of dimity cloth ordered campus -I would be gone. What then?
are soon
men and also for the "hair do" "Divide again"-Wall Street
Dec. 18-Edison at Redland.Dec. Instead of the usual cotton kitchen I contest for the co-eds I Journal
20-Homestead at Redland. aprons made In previous years. CLASS GOES SKATING I
Holidays-Kingsport, Tenn. Some of the girls are braiding rag
A few of the other The seventh grade boys and
Ijn 3-Suint Patrick at RedI. rugs girls are
girls reported a grand time at a
crocheting. The rest are making
I. nd ,
skating party given Friday afternoon The Best Seed is the
lan 7-Miami Beach at Red- school or Sunday dresses of various I
lind kinds of cottons and silks. The group met at the

fan 9-Andrew Judson at Miami I I Each girl In the home economics Venetian Skating Rink in Miami Cheapest Seed Regardlessof
classes is learning to choose the I and skated all afternoon They
I stopped for cold drinks on the' \v.n
type of dress that suits her personality -
Fin 11-Miami High In Miami.
home the Price
Jan. 14-Ponce de Leon at best

Jan. 17-Fort Lauderdale at Class Dramatizes Book STETSON PUPILS NEW CROP TOMATO SEED
Rcdlund. I
Jan. 21-West Palm Beach in For Assembly Program Kille's Grothen Globe
Jim Homestead at Homestead Mrs. Polk's fifth grade present-I' Kille's "X"Click's
ed In elementary
Jan. 27-Feb 4-Trip to Tennes- week several scenes from "MIss RACEDeLand Colco GlobeGlkk's
Minerva and William Green Hill",
HJeb. Andiew Jackson at a book they had read and enjoyed Grothen Globe

Rcdlund very much. Nov. 7.-The campus of I Glick's Rutgers
Feb Homestead In Red- The boys and girls choose the Stetson University will soon be
lind various character and directedthe screened behind the foliage oi Glick's MarglobeFerryMorse
.'eb. 12-Fort Lauderdale In scenes themselves whiskers grown b>' ambitions
Fort LnudcrddloJeb Between scenes Barbara Jean I young men ai the two-week beard 0 Grothen Globe.

18-St. Patrick at Miami Grate tap danced and Mary Lou I growing contest got under way .
leach.. Harris played the piano Their' Monday In preparation for the annual Ferry-Morse Rutgers

Fib 20-West Palm Beach at program began with Bible readings Sadie Hawkins Day celebra- Livingston's GlobeFerryMorse
Went Palm Beach. by Eugene Dent the Lord's tion Slated for Novemei 16 the

leb 21-Ponce do Leon at Prayer led bDoris' Jones and ,i student Sadie Hawkins Day committee Pritchard TopperHectorSupply
Unncefib the flag salute .led by Larry Sassei under the general chair-

25-Miami High at Red-

Ind, e [ Co-


were glad to we ont of our
Phone 37
old student Teems Torbert. visit-
jnn our school Mond iTeenic., y S. Flailer' Ave Homestead Fla.
has attended this .choo'l since the JUST put yearinner to Kit iltth-
first grade and we arc sorry to ..Hi forget It
tear that she has noted to Faiiokce ntll mil. liml. TIll click d lull
during the summer. Misses niticillr turn i. the surreal at the -
Ilctte Jjyno and Ruth Crawshnw, lour ito mitt It start coking: later
who now attend Miami High via, iwltcl It III II the sit. Thit I
were Redland visitors on Tuesday. the 'freedom automatic electric ink ACETYLENE

They too have Just recently moved try live (,ill, Too III depend II
t.. Miami. electricity

Mr Gray's Biology classes are WELDING

xperlmcntmg with food materials ,
In the laboiatory In the classroom
they are studying about
plants a* foods.Turner's .

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Friday November 8, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page! Eleven _

'Dr.--Brewster- With Navy I the secretary as she continued

with her work. I LEGAL NOTICES !

\ Closes Homestead Office! i As the time passed the man grew ----- CLASSIFIED ADS

19 more impatient. IN THE 'orNTV jrDRR'H corn IS i -I
Dr. Guy Otis Brewiter arrived I "How much longer do you think ritORATE.

of In Homestead Sunday on a two. he will be?" the stranger de. In Pe: ESTATE: OP RATE: First Insertion 10* a line; subsequent Insertion
ny.ler.. weeks leave of absence from his I manded. ""- .... : I
I "About two weeks," was the re NOTice TO CRFDITOKII -- -J" ,.
duties with the U. S. Navy in I To All Creditors iced All Pentane Kevin -
ply. "He's on a vacation.-Ex Clilaa or Demands Against Raid, Estate:
errs, Washington, D. C. Since July I You and each of ,OI. ara hereby notified FOR, )flENT WANTED
anon and squired Ie present any claims :
Dr. Brewster has been In charge of Modest and demands which you. or either nf you.
A mar h... ...In., the slate of MYRTLE':FOR' RENT-T*% bedrooms, WANTED-25-lb. capacity metal
of I middle-aged
special research actor called
a work was
deforested lat.. of
and small
southeast and southwest ice bouledg.ustove.
r in the armor and projectile unit as a witness In a legal action. Ban Mateo Callfortil. la Uw Hon W F. exposure
out Dlanlnn County Judia of Dade County hot water. Very pleasant Call Western Union.
On I
of the Navy Yard being asked his calling, he de- .....
ent laboratory and and file the In hi. office In the Coun. I Fireplace available In living (n8tOCLlEl'
he will remain in Washington till I scribed himself as the greatest ty Courthouse In Did. County Florida.wllhln
era eight calendar months frost the rt.i; room. Could ..erme..I.. Mrs
/is the Christmas holidays.Dr. actor in the country. A day or two I of the fine publlratlnn .......1. Said
Arvllla Booth 502 N. W. 2nd >T WANTS small S
Brewster later he met a rival actor, who clime or demand to contain the least ait- i grove,
the an eye, ear, nose I asked he draw, of tha claimant and to to sworn to ave, Homestead Fla. o2SU]) 10 acres miscellaneous fruit
why dared to de-
: to and throat specialist, in Hometo I and pn..nt.d as afgrvaaid or aama will
close his office which has been scribe himself In this fashion. bo barred. I with nice comfortable house on

stead for several years returned I Whereupon the actor replied with Date October 54th,H.A.H.D.FRYETTE IP4P. Ii(i FOR RENT-Clean, all electric power line with nil Improvements

trioire located in the Caves building I majestic pride: Aa Domlrlllary Furutor of furnished apartment. Mrs. Eva not over $3,500 Listings

i I "What else could I laddie Last Will and Twununt. of Collins, Federal Highway, Biscayne drured II A Cameron, Phono
say MYRTLE INRI.oW tRYETrK. P....Mdtlrat I
ood Drive at Modcllo. 72, Homesuitd Fla (nltf)
A Long Walt You must remember I was on publication on Nov I. 11140

also The pompous person stalked into oath!"-Montreal Star.NOTll'E
the office and demanded to see the I
vell.ing OF APPLICATION FORfhopl. NOTICE; OP APPLICATION FOR FOR RENT-Furnished and unfurnished school( and grade school subjects.
.manager. TAX: KFrD I

. "I'm sorry, sir but he's not .. 17467Artof TAX HrH IH1J_Flla A-42711 Chapter I7IST-Aria "l I JS.-Fll. A4J7SOTirE houses and apait- Mrs H. J. Armstrong, A. B,
un 18 HEREBY. : GIN that ments. Year 'round tenants Plummer drive and Country
here replied the GIVEN that ,
secretary "Is Elsie Hanson holder of Slut rend \'ountyTax !
uch I Janwa S. Lewis holder of Datura Holdover I preferred. Benjamin W. Morris Club road.
there anything i I could do'" Tax Certificate No 7.4 Issued the tin day Certificate No 1HS42 heard the tat

eep "No," snapped the stranger "I of August. A D. lot. line filed same In day In my<..I nfflrr August, and, A.hai D. made 1017, applliatlim has filed same for registered real estate broker _.-

and never have my dealings with I my tn ides dyed' to and ba has Issued made therein application Slid for Cer.l a I I a bin deed to l be l issued thorron Said Car.tifio.to I I N Kiome A\'e. next to Baptist' FOR SALE plants, citrus

tion underlings. 1'11 wait until the man tiflcaw/ .mbr.... the fullowlni described property embraces In the County the following if Dad. described Btata. ofFlorid. Church (s20tM trees and tropical fruit Inseaion.

and ager returns." Florida property, to-wlti In the County uf U.,... state of i iLt .. to-wlt, I' Jungle Grove, Redland

hi Is well : Plan' Lot 12. Ulk 1. Amd Pint rinrhurat Adds RENT YOUR HOUSE OR APART. drive.
take a seat, saidNOTKB I. Block 1. Castilian Court. lo Hitrad, Plat Rink 11, Pant 16. In road and Plummet
>odland Book 11. Paira 87. In the County of Dada. I MENT furnished unfuml.sh-
'tI t' the County of P."" State of Florida. or
State of Florida.
OF 8AIF "HIKPHY ACT The assessment of mid property under I ed. I have 'round clients
; The
I Assessment of laid property undi- the sold rrrtlflcata was In ha name of I year CLEAN RAGS WANTED WiL
only DADE COLNlV.'WoRlIU the .Id Certificate w.s In the name oft | Benjamin W. Morns registered
Unknown.Unleu Jams H..IIn. exchange subscription or advertising
I to No.74 )Nor. 8th) Isis Unless laid certificate shall ba redeemed
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that said nrtlflcaK shall bt redeemed according to law th. property described real estate trok'r.'I.. Krom fur clean rags. LeudcrEntcrprUe. -
uant to Section 9 Chapter 1K2IK according to law. the property described a\e' next to Baptist Church.
therein will b. sold to the highest bidder .ttha i .
of Florida. Arm of .." .. pur'l therein will ba Bold to the highest bidder atthe
house door the first
MURPHY follow" on MondayIn (s20tt\ ;)
ACT. the ... Court house door .n the fine Monday i
I. If land In Dada County, Florida' will b, t. the month 01 Ireremher IP40. which lathe the the 2nd month day of of D.r.Derrmbar Into 1040 which U LEGAL NOTICEamount
in fared for aala] at public outcry for and day of December 1040
. IMh ...f rtoh.r. 1(140. I
Dated this
hlrhnt and bent rash bid, auhiact to the Doted this lath day of October. I n40.E. FOR SALEi
E R.
lionreef right of the Triuteea of the Internal Im- H. LEATHFKWAN. LEATHrRMAN of iitock If not owned by a conpnrallon
l Clerk of Circuit Court.Dada .
provement Fund to reject any and all Clerk of Circuit Court. i the name and addresses of 'h.Ind"ht".1 .
bid.. at the Courthouse beginning nt 10 '00 Dada County, Morlda. ...
County, Florida. Circuit Court Scott SALE Three bedroom mod ow. must be given' If own.
oclock a. m. on the 4th i .
diy Deccmbrr
(Circuit Court
ed by i firm company or other unlnror.well
1(.'". Easement for road right Sr.llC B, N. C ITFRRETT D. C. house in Home
of six-room
way life STFRRKTT. D. C. I ern por.I" Mover". Its name and address. as
If, Nov
Oct 26 1. t IRW
100 wide will ba reserved from any I (Oct. ID, 2t Nov I. i, 1940)) I stead. A nice home. Price ai those of each Individual member
through which there 10
liarcel. In existing must ItsSouth .Hon.1
Road.DH.rlpUon, | 2500. One-half cash balance Dade Publishing Co Hiweitead.

Lot 19. murk I. lro. Manor Plot i easy terms. See or write A. QVcach Fl.. Ban Archer, M.rjorla I.each Archer.R. .
Book I
10 at Pawl. L Arrher, W. I> Horne, W. D. Hurna
owner care Coconut Co. Jeffrey Lumber Co lli.ine.tead. Ma .
8. 4. I, Block 8. Railroad Shop.
Colored Addn.. A Grove Bank. (n8d6)FOR ) A. ; Arrh.r. key
Sub' Plot| Hook 5 Veal 'wmnl. Teach" Horlda''
I'... .. Fla. lly.
Fla f A. Halnca, Man'ord, Fla ; T i
Lot 4. Nobles
Bunk I at Page 1100.Addition A I.b.. Plat r SALE-Turkeys, all sizes HCuchlclla Peters; -lnti>. Miami. Ma J. H: Fuller: '
Lot 14. W. D. Horns 1'hwnAn/ : J K Donald. Orlando
lub.. Plat Book I
li Palm Florida
a\e .
Paso 122. 'la.I.
That the known "' ..dhold.... mnrtikeea -
Tract 49. Section
10. Town.hlp II South, City. (pnl)
and ul her security holdera ownlni
Range 40 Est, containing 10 acre nun i '1
or leai. or holding 1 per rent nr mora of total
Tracts II and 20, Portion U. Township FOR SALE-Small house furnished mount of bonds. murutagca, or other ,.-
tl South R.... 40 Fault, curioan; ,.It then an "n., 10 .,.t,. I
aces more or IH. container 20 $1,000; $200 down, and $I' t'lro..I'r.1 g.tlnri and Loan A..O-I..

Lota I to 18. Block SI. Hallandale Perk a month with 6T interest Call lion of Miami, A. J. gihnwchcr. 0.a ,.

No .. Plat took 20 at Pam e '0. L. O Hall at Berger residence Militancy.
I That the awn paraffrajihe next above, (
Lots 17 to tl, Block 88. Hallandale Park 4. I
No 8. Plat Stick tn at Pure 40 (pnl-8)) RIi.; the name of the owner. stark-
Lot. I to I and 10. l'k 114, Hallin. holder., and ircurlly hotdi-r. If any mialn ,
dale Park No. S, Plat Honk 211 at Paso 411 FOR SALE-23-lb. capacity metalice nit onl4" the MM of ,.1.--kh.il std 1
Lots 12 to 16, Kick 84. llandale Park security hilder n they; strew ",."n the
No. N. Flat Nook 20 at Pane 40. I box. Call at Western Union. book< "I t h. company but also, In .-Sam
L".. 20. JJ: and 23. Block 84, H.ll.n.1,1 (n lit) wiser the "tokholdT or .., ulI. I..ld,rapwaeo
Park No H. Plat| i Book 20 at Pane 411 We home"Arc ,pill file b..k. "f the "'m"y, rwenoiee
Lots 10 to 41. flock S4. Hallandale Park own our or tn any olh'r fid"riary, r.l"t, n.
No. f. Plat Hook 2ii at 1'... 40. FOR SALE OR RENT-ResUiu- the Hoar "I the I""n or orpoeqOi-o f.rwh..m
I.",. 11., n and 12 to IS, Ilknl I'. Hnl I i.mt building at Florida City on ""h toaster I. ..tllI..I. ph, .
landHlr Park No. 8, Plat Hook 2n .1' hat the said' tau paragraph.Natrm '','' "'"
Pate 40. Key West highway Offernnt- '.
nt. \'r.rln. .elan full k-1-
Lit "II. Block lit, Hallandale Puk Nu "I YOUR children enjoying the benefitsof ed Write J. Kuppertz 4226N. age .u.1 in"iii r .. 10 Ihe "Irromataa, es ."tad,
Flat Rook 10 nt Pan 4*. I condition. "ul"r .hi.h alockholdinecurfty "..d
L"t IH, Block IS llullanjale Park No II, 11th St., St Louis Mo. holders who do not appear ul..nthe '

Flat Hook 20 M 1'... 40 I Ip.lk"N ol8-nl) book. ..r the r..miimiy .. IriKlepitotk h.ld
:IHM O and 80 Dlock 86 Hnllnnilnlc a home PLANNED) to include them ? You and ......llh'. In a ,specify whir"
.. H. Plat I Hook. 20 at Pane 49.Lot. .
I than that nf bona fide nut 11.1.
i owmr
FOR SALE-Man' bicycle, 1000. n
24 to 27. Block 85, Halland.liPark .
aslant has to belli that
no reason anyother
No h. Plat Hook 20 at Vane 4flL Tom Collins :Modcllo Fla. .. .
I .
.J.ti"n, ur eorporntl,0 ,
them fine home person
Flat I Rook>. Hlock 20 it Hit Pave. Hnllandslc 40 Pork No I. can give a backgroundto o4tf) has any .it-r0 .llr...i "r Indirect In it.

I i- 80. r and <. Moth In. HnllnnHalc I, said stock loud.. "r other "', .rltlot than

Park No i. Plat ll-ik 2i< nt Pair. 10 TOIL' AND BOTTLE GAS stoves as to outnl L. him
Lit 911, Block 35. Hallnndalv' too rk No. .. grow up in a place where they'llbe III-N AHClim Pulill.h.r
Plat Book 2u. at Pave 111. I from $1 up. Virgil Lyon Sworn
Lot" 41, Block S" H.llandnlc Pork No ., / | (s27tf) slot .f 0.'li h. I '1940
T HALL, Notary Public
Pill Book
I'll at Pare IK.
I. TIU'STFI-H OF TUB INTKRNAI.: proud to bring friends and jour ,My r r, ntnil.nl., i.,pl.... Jin U, l.43iIITItE ,
cheap. Ewing
H? E B LEATHrRMAN AtmlTruiteea TAX HrH
I I Fund. Dade r. unly. monthly payments needn't be any more 13 N. E. 8th at, Homestead, Chapter 17157-tot. of l !lril. A,41MNOIll
iNo1(401 I 'I I H HI' III:IIY I GIVEN that Margaret .
a. ( II Hill, h Iol'r of Hill and &. mlr
Tat On in..I-. Nn; and Kl. b.ii-4 i
Lei GARLIC Help Fight! I than "rent. LEGAL NOTICES due "f June. A DUll. has filed ,
I .home In m>. iffi.i.. and hai made ..,.h.'o- ,
I i Ion /.r a li. deed to I- bottledit
Harmful Colon Bacteria Statement at the Own.reblp. Manaf.ianrt. said ('rrllfi.olc. mlirac the fiillouintrrlti

0. ad lorta' Harmful b..t.rla I. I Irrulallan.. air, Required a, the Art alI d property, In the \'"only iif Ijnile I
I. 001. i ontmu af August 14 lull and Mint Stale: of rluriila. -wit:
waste matter be
your may J
and amusing d'strs.ln .. "". Tract 14, Miami: I. ;. .n.. a Sub flat
| and dl..I..... Try DIARIIORJI 1Jldld I Of tho taader.EM.rprlia. published nook 1. Pave lift In Nation I, Township 4tsrmth.
i;; dorms Garlic/ Tablati. Coma to SMALL HOME weekly at Hniaeatead Fla for Oft 1 I. 1940. Ranvc 41 Fiat. containing 5 Ai rn
and fat a tUX; trial packa' ** state of Florid, County of Dada n moro or less In the County of Dade, Veal.of ,., ,
m. a notary public In and lot Florida, embraced In Certrflcab. N.
ftl Dixie Drug.n i 'h-'r::: and county aforesaid, personally 117. The aa.....mi-nt of mid property
iktdJtittle aJ $20 wntonthWith I appeared Ben Archer, who. having been under. the and Certificatesurd was In
1"l'yyy"rtI'yy'II'1 t duly sworn BMordint 10 law, deposes. and the name of Hennett Gordon.Tract .
rays time he to lIMo editor of the Lead.nEnterprise. 71. Miami flardrni, a lub, Plot'
I II and that lIMo following 10. to look t. Pan M, In Section S. Towmhlp b2South
I the beet of Me anowled and belief. a true Ranu. 41 1'...., containing S Acre
I statement of the ownership management, mom or less, In the County of Dada, State
EXPERT I et..., of the aforeuid publication. for the 01 Florida, aa embraced In CertuVatai No7S. .
I data .h..... In the above option required The ...-.m.., of amid protwrty
I One of by Ih. Act of August 14 ISII. as amendedby under the laid {"rllll.-... Issued was In tho
Hit Art of March .. 1831. embodied. Ineertlnn name of Bennett Gordon
set Postal Leslie and R- uletlona.printed Unleaa" laid Certificates shall ... redeem.
BARBERINGHAIRCUT o> the ....... .1... at till form, od according to law the property deicrlhedjhorell
to vltt will be wild to the highest bidder
I. That the nomand .0101_ of the .t the Cuurt house door on the first Mon.
Our New Construction : publisher edlur. manning idltor and tier In the month of _..... 1840. whirls
b.sinw ...n...... an: 10 ,he and diy of Member 1140
...... 40c Publisher Ben Archrr/HonMUad. Fla. Dated this 22nd day of October till.
Editor: Ben Archer. HomeaUtd. Fla. E. B LEATHERN
UiulnM Mon...... linn Archer, Man Clerk of Circuit: Court
SHAMPOO ...... 40c Joan' L. Arrhvr, Hnmeeletd, Fla. D.d. County, Florida,
Loans L That the owner tai Alf owned by t (Circuit Court .1'
MASSAGE ..sOcBUSII'S corporation same and add_ must be By L. E: PARKER. D. 0.DR.R.S.AKERS.
...... stated and alas Immediately trwreunder the I

name and odd_ irf .Wckhold.pl own. ." .. "..... .. .. .. ",..,,,..
Int or' holding ona per soot ir mora of tonal

DR.M.A.BERGERDentist ; 1'


Hours: I a. m. te I f. m I.

E Sundays: t to II :

Office Hours 8:30-1:30 Closed Saturdays ,

Company First National Bank Free Parking Space 1

Building 1764 X. W. JSTII ST., MIAMI \


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Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE t __ Friday, November 8, 1940




Nov. If-Chevrolet retail 65c, 25c
alee in 1940. in exactly nine
months and W days, have surpassed I
those for the entire calendar Morton's Salt FREE BALLOON WITH
year of 1939, it was announcedhere I EACH PACKAGE g.
today by William E Holler.|
general aalea. manager The figure -'
for the current year through)
Oct 10, he said, 1 is 114,(SI as!, Del-Monte Kellogg'a Pkg.
compared with 791.818 for
tire year of 1939 This is already COFFEE CORN
i gain of 2 9 per cent runs 1e
Coincidentally with the sales. I CORN FLAKES /Zc
= -
record for the annual period i DRIP ORREGULAR
Holler announced two other/IJ' lb. 19c
Chevrolet selling records The ,
od just closed-the second 10
if October-establishes a new dy'l I. Mrs. Kay's Great ValuePeaches Evaporated Phillips' Delicious
ord as the greatest similar period, PURE MIXED FRUITS
in Chevrolet history Likewise I I''
the record for the first 20 days 01 I or Pork and Beans
i'-' month surpasses any previouefOct ) 1 Preserves21b.jar..29c
1-20 in Chevrolet annals. /i J PEACHES21b.can..25c
During the second 10-day pet-!I *
3 25c
(tod he reported, dealers sold at/ CAN' / CANS >oR
total of 31.091ll'W passenger cars i
and trucks, a gain of 100 per cent
'aver the same period last :yearend Royal
a substantial increase over the
first 10 days of October this year.
Combined sales for both 10-day A Gelatins and Puddings
periods In October of this year,
Mr Holler said.totaled 61147, again ,
22898 of sales 1(7 reported per cent during over the the,I SPkgs. ... .. ...... 14c 2 lb. Pkg- .. ...... 17c

same 20-day period last year I i
Used car sales likewise

the comparable substantial preceding periods gains period over last this showed year f! York Imperial Apples S lbse 12c

During the 10 days, dealers recalled
a total of 43.053 used cars.
a gain of 38 per cent over 1930) SNO-BALL LB TENDER GREEN
und 4:2 cent the
per over preceding
total period was this 84358 year used The can today .: Ballard's FlourPlain Cauliflower 5'/2c l BEANS, 2.lbs. 9c J

tales ,as against 80,590 reported\. .
during the same period in 1939 ,
This ia an increase of 39 2 per centn't II or Self Rising

SUll W..... I I I I F 5 Ibs. 10 Ibs. 20 Ibs. CABBAGE lb. 1Zc t

In a big shop on a hot day: al ... FANCY s LBS. GOLDEN RIPE 3 .
woman was area to hold her dog 25 45 83
c c c :
up for I drink at one of the fountain -l
*. A shopwalker advised of Sweet i Yams 19c BANANAS 14c
this, hurried to the .cene.
"...CS...," he expostulated, "this I Whole Grain Rice ..:s. 17 c SIX-MAID 4
fountain Is for the use of customer -
The shopper looked confused"Oh.
t' IlO sorry: she replied.Z CORNED BEEF, can 17c .
thought it wu for the employ....."

-Tit-Bit'I say, why Is Perkins pacing up1'!J r* TOMATO MONARCH KETCHUP.14-OZ.. BOTTLE 15c! {I 3 Cans I Pk r.

And down outside his house bke1that'

wife"He'poor a awfully chap worried .about his BEANS, 3 Ibs e 17c:

'Why what has she got
'The c.r"-Ex ,I "ITon1aloES DECISION BRAND SY2ct I
l vlI..l' 1 NO. 2 CANS

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.> For Mat leaf, Gravy
Q and Breaded Meats,
,' use Irradiated Pat Milk i


I I Country Roll lb. Locally Killed lb.BUTTER .

ChiropracticKeeps I 34c FRYERS 35cCut

You Fit! f I!

Chiropractor uses his :j from
Two Yearling
hands only, applying :
I them to adjuat the spiral vertebrae :
out of an abnormal position : I Steaklb: Z9c SPECL\L I
back to correct position : .
I and function. 87 doingso : 5-10cPkgs.
he relieves the pressurt : I
from Impinged nencs and allows : \ 2 CAKES OCTAGON
I the herr force to flow :
S without any obstruction. : PicnicHamsl7cGeorgia I N 19 PALMOLIVE SOAP Granulated

I U..IU; 1-5; M I '
: Sundays by Ap.lIllDMa' II Aes you 6ee 9 a Se SOAP
{. : 1 J k Whole or Shank Half LB. CONCENTRATED

i Dr. R. J. Elliott:! D Pork Shoulders, Ib. 17c: SUPER SUDS 201 FOR ...... ..25cPage
=i Homeetead. Fla. '
u ( ItorM Bid* : :I'

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