The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00248
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 1939
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: UF00087294:00248
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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EX-SOLDIER I[Repeal of Cuban Reciprocal Agreement I I'

;." ,Urged by,Wilcox in Lions'Meet Address ,$57,000, BUILDING SCHEDULED

: :s I. GERMANY INTALKJCLUB 'Tfae Man 0( ndUKtriat"-South oe'tinI 'tor'South Yterlda. This, TO GET "FINISHING TOUCHES"NEXT

Dade depends on The revision ana dBtrlct tievet will attain the prosperity ,

amendment of the reciprocal trade due it until the pact Tfchanged"

agreement with Cub and t sharp

reduction in freight rate*J. Mark ..A Jlourbhlnf pineapple growing ]
Wilcox, former congressman told business was in the offing for WEE D.ESPITERUMORS

member of the Redland District South Florida .Just before theCuban

Hitler F fls to tyintturai: Lion*"Club et their meeting Tueedayttght. agreement went into effect .
, e but these thances were dtetroyed, THE WEATIIER: :Work on $20,000 Loading
:ij Areas Says Returned. "The agreement his not a hint Mr. WUce -.id. This. brand of I Shed Will Start 1
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timid w..eb. d o&h timed
'I Dade J ,,Farmer of reciprocity la It for the ked growing could b*' revived, end''aw.t..ae 5 .., $L..A-d, Modus Soon
: land* grower," lie satd. "It give might attain a place among the, Date -1 M...'mi.TBaRaq;

: TRIP TO NAZILAND Cuba all 'the breaks," and leave larger Industries of the state if the
pact I II changed, he Mid 'i Oct. a ---Iu'l J '72 30.04 0.38 TWO WIDE ROADS

: fi MADE LAST: SPRING ''Con ua will change a law If Oct 'I n 30.02 ALSO ON PROGRAM

" POTATO ACREAGE there I* enough pressure-brought(Oct 8 ...-. I 88 6$ I

: 1. August Burrichter Tells to bear," Mr. Wilcox aald "The Oct 9 __._.. .j" 81 30.05 0.03 Activities Refute Reports

: of Change Made toM FOR COUNTY SET Cuban trade agreement would be Oct 10 8S 30.03 I'
WPA Project Facing
: )! War Basis quickly: reshaped It enough grower Oct II --'Oo.J.. .a 21.84 0.20
. 4 : protest to the lawmakers. The Oct. n 64 121.81 US Suspension ;

: s Ninety per ;:;of the rural Inhabitants AT 7,400 BY PACT laboring man and the war veteran I I
I have organized and they have gotten Refuting pu"'biW'ftI rumors .(
:, { ), Nazism because of Germany It hat are against spelled I what they wanted" $2 F.O.B. A AVERAGE I plans to stop work on the Florida

: Dade County' grot allotment Deviating from his theme, Mr. ,City State rumen' Market. W. J.
want, terror and tear tar them but for the 1939-1940 potato crop, set Wilcox declared the European dispute ,,Clark WPA supervisor of the construction
they must bear the yoke of Hitler I' FOR GRAPEFRUIT
:, at 7,400 acre by the United States which caused the presentwar announced yesterday the
In order to evade the ;
unhappy ex Department of Agriculture is being Is the sand as those that (market shed will be completed'next

:. Stifles of a concentration camp, divided Into Individual allotment caused men to tight tor $he last NORTH week and work on a large loading

according to August Burrlchter :and will be ready within' 10 days, 500 years. These senseless differences SHIPPED shed adjoining It on the west,will
: South
, Allapattah Gardens grower I It was announced by Charles H. will not be solved and they !start soon afterward. The loading;
and one-time officer Ger-
In the
: Steffani county agricultural agent never will a* long as "craty Out-of-the- markets have l shed will be 400 feet long and 39

man army, who spoke before the The national allotment Is approximately paperhanger Incite people to received IS carload*.of, feet wide and will cott SU.OOO: It

:. ;--. Homestead.,Rotary tub Wednesdayyoa -"I .. J.JOQ.OOO .acres and I hatred and'greed, he Mid. The t.ronthe Kedland arapetrul'l will parallel the T. J:. C JUdUdiU.

a program prepared by O. was baaed on the last harvest and only mire Way of keeping the war season opened, wtt.lan Only a mall portion of the root
B Parker
; chairman of the club'i
, the subsequent consumption, the I cloud from our horizon I Is to talk f. o. b. price of $t. of the market shed remain to be
International relations
: Mr. Burrlchter, who has committee.been I county agent said It I* designed I and act Americanism: thereby Charles Cox, manager of avera.1 placed and this work, together with
. a a* means of holding potato prices combatting force that are at workin Palm Citrus Growers a few 'finishing touches" Inside I*
resident of the United Statei
. for steady by preventing a surplus on I II our country attempting to kill week all that must be done before lh*>
ten yean and of the Redland District I During the past two car
the market I Mr. Clark
democracy, he pointed out. ,building 1* completed,
a day have been shipped but this
for five yean, returned from
Steffani out that'
Baker M. Hlndman principal ot said
. I rate win continue for only five or
a visit to Germ.n11aat spring He
compliance to the allotment provisions -i ; Construction of roadways
Homestead schools, and Carl Wagner on
visited six days due to decrease In the
several cities
: and took
. I* not compulsory The' principal of Kedland Farm both tides of the market shed aixl
local supply Mr. Cox said The
especial note of the agricultural
: grower will receive a bonus of Life School, will be on the speakIng movement will not again gain volume -I grading of the surrounding market -
. development I three cent a bushel for compliance program at next Week meet property will start when the
"The extent of the preparation for at least a month, be said.
In addition to cover crop ing. I building work come to an end. 1
for war when I was In Germany Trucks are carrying a comparatively -
payment averaging 70 cent an Each roadway will be Tl feet wide
. wa almost inconceivable," Mr.I,I he Mid small amount of grapefruit 4
acre, and will be constructed with 000
. Burrlchter Mid. Tactorie everywhere -i i I I There will be a penalty of 10 Tire Blowout Causes out of the state" while the moveMent I cubic feet Of rock which will be
: were turning out war material by truck to state market* has
cent a bushel on acreage not Accident Injuring Six treated with a mixture of and
Even schools were making within the bound agreed on, the been brisk, Mr. "COx Mid and oil. About 10.000 square feet

: very little progress because the county agent aakL : of the mixture will be used.
: student time wait taken up by Dad allotment wIn.be readyIn Six person, aU Key Westers, The loading shed will be constructed

' military meetings, drilling srd.attending about ten. days. A. E. Durf- were Injured when an automobileIn BIRD CHEVROLET I along the same line IIi
I which they were riding over
: to matters other than getting combe, assistant district agent, 1* s the $ market building It
. turned after a tire blew out hear i
their schooling In charge of estimating the required ARRANGES LOCAL will rent on concrete pillar and I its +
Key Largo shortly before noon
: Moat of the population did not
.. l' averages. side and roof will have unusual ti
I" know that for Sunday.
preparations war _
It will be
I Frank Seam, 41, driver ot the strength. completed
h were going on. To maintain degree : DEBUT OFMOCARS IS.
car, was the moat seriously kurtH about February
: of secrecy In these preparations RIDING COMFORT Thirty additional workmen will
. tie factories never turned received a deep cut on the head -
be employed on the loading shed
: out I completed produqt-only and severe lacerations on the face
Officials 9C; the Binl Chevrolet work.
. one part of'an article would be POWER FEATURE His wife Mrs Oeorgina Sosln, wa .
Company are completing arrangements "Work on the market has progressed
bruised two
: made In a single factory<< The assembling slightly sons Frankle for the formal presentation
9, and Johnnie, 8, received cuts on without Interruption since
: wa done In underground FORDS FOR of the 194 Chevrolet to the public Mr Clark
1940 we started It. MM.
. plants. the, head, and a daughter, Violet, have
Saturday The showroom
"We have had complaint but none
U, suffered a cut leg The other
: "These factories operated night '
been decorated and attendants are Of them have been justified Some
: and day, and people wondered The attractive powerfully built: victim, Amando Alphonae was cut prepared to make the "young. of then complaint came from

. why, when ,there was so much 1940 on the debut .
Ford automobiles are receive tm. aWa" : uiplclou persona who claimed w* were too
work going on, that they had not The were brought to the l
: tog quite a bit of attention fromthe slow on the Job. But these persons
r enough ,to eat. Rationing of food public In the display rooms of I Post Graduate Hospital, Home Detroit, Oct ll.-Three completely were not familiar with conatnm-
: had been started long before Neeee Motor Company The stead, for treatment in a Turner 1
Jhe the I ambulance. Mr Sotln remained at re- tyled series of Chevrolet lion work and did not realize that
war began. new can, which made their debl.lll 1 Slow when the
passenger oars., combining work apparently *
the until
: "Nazi spies are everywhere In last Friday, have many new improvement hospital Wednesday.The greater length and width with result do not meet the carnal
route to Miamito
party was en
(Continued 6n ,page liver and feature
: visit relative when the accident with much more massive appearance glance
A finger-tip gearshift<< mountedon occurred and embodying many mechanical "Recent rumor had It that the r

: :Apartments Are Planned the steering column under the' : Twrutrementtwill make market work would be stopped.

two-spoke steering wheel, U an: their format public bow tomorrowat This is only gossip picked up en tithe
= For May Morris Building Important new feature of the car Father of Major's Wife the National Automobile Show street There is and win be no

: aecond-ijt; This provides Increased room for, Dies' fter and In Chevrolet dealer Seles- reason for the market work to stop

Two apartments the driver and passengers In the I ....:;LpitgIUncgs.." rooms from coat to coast Overall and we will work: steadily M H
: will be Included In the new build front compartment Too, there is: lengthhsas.been Increased 4 $-. until the loading abed and the sin%
. ,'" being constructed on N. Krome Funeral services for N. Ai Bush -
ing a new controlled Ventilation sys Inches a change which make the rounding grounds are completed
: avenue at "Thbrd street for Mr*. tem. New aealed.b ani eadllihb 83, father of Mrs. Thomas J Harris new line outstanding for Its leek-

r May Morris, beauty parlor pro- are used on all types of fords, providing and Mr*. Edward Brooker of neaa-lad grace.Improvements. Local Bank' Deposits
; prietor. greatly Increased driving Homestead Who died Saturdaynight !
,. The first floor of the building vision at night at his home In Byron, Ca, wide from atyl- Show 1151,217 Increase

: will be paced for two stores, one The stew car are big 'substantial were held Monday at Byron. Ing m whfck weeptor changesare -

: :t of which will be occupied by Mr*. and powerful.In_*rrr*'" llr.aB4Mn.HsuTteaadMr.aadMr made, Include provision Of An Increase ot lUUtT.72 In deposit

Morris' wtebUstutMnt i Body line are pleasingly stream-' *. Brooker went to Byron Sunday -I Cbewttlefe exduaI.III lor the quarter ending October -

: Construction of the building lined. Front end designs lie distinctively nominf and returned Wednesday power shift M regular equlpmnrt 2 over the same period In
on III models of all three series, 1938 was reported by the First National
r' (tailed a month ago. The original modern, with low radiator ,
: i'' plans called for one story Recently grill, long hoods and deeply Mr. Bush. a retired rural mail helical, syncro-mesh transmission Bank ot Homestead la 1U

': 'f' Mrs Monte decided upon the rounded fender:: The trinity tailored carrier, died after a lingering nines with silent low and men as wen statement prepared In response to It

. .. addition. of the second story The I Interior are big and roomy *. Beside Mrs. Harris and Mrs. a. silent Intermediate and high the U S. comptroller' call.

: apartment each will contain four with plenty of seat room, leg room, Brooker, he survived by another; and numerous revision affecting n.potltl.t the close of business -

. room and bath. elbow room, sad boulder room. daughter and tour son*. (Continued oo Page Three) on October 2 totaled $323,002


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THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday, October 13, 1939
: pane Two t

I ; U. S. Veterans' Hospital at Bay Pines I ins"Dr.guardianship.George W. Hank, Wad of 1 I II Papa" The said Reverse the young son, A to politician do something want' for his his country country.. (;i1),jJ

I and -what I* the difference between a do something for ."Santa ft I
Wins Praise of Local Legion Officer the 'out-patient' department I statesman and a politician?" Magazine. .I:'\
CapL Fred K. Leister contact Officer "A statesman my son, want ;i
,, -- for the veterans' .
The United State Veteran Hospital M. Bryion, manager of Bay fine tion Instructed admlniJtra.l .

at Bay Pirn is Ian efficiently Veteran facilities, and Charles oral KoapitaUzaUoR and the manner -i '.\\1':
operated Institution when patl- Holtslaw, tate service officer. of admittance of veteran to I Plumbing Installations
nU receive treatment and care Describing the Khool'i procedure the hospital."Guardianship
equal to that of any hospital the :
and appellate
Mr. Geronimo said: "The and Repairs
counter, according to William
procedure were discussed bIll i
first session wu held in the veteran
J. Geronlmo, adjutant of John OSailer for the.i
Burke attorney
i theatre and there wa a complete FIIA Modernization LoansNO
Port, American Legion. hospital. I
and thoroughly detailed discussion -
Mr. Gcronimo returned lat montb'itreatment Friday of proper procedure in The second day session was held! DOWN PAYMENT. UP TO M MONTHS TO PAY
after a
hocplUluatton, and care of veter- In the main hospital building:
the hospital He wi
at an', proper method of filing Method of rating veteran claim
for treatment of SPECTER'SIIOBNE
'claim *o a* to eliminate a* much were gone Into by the rating
blood after attending -
high pressure a* possible unnecessary delay, the board composed of O R. Lee, JohnA.
officer school, which
a service proper processing of claim and Falkenburry, S. W. Ray and BLDG. HOMESTEAD.FLA. PHONE Tl
at the hospital September I
jegn........_ aA appeals and the manner of handl Richard Jacob"
Mw rest MY ten yeah as Ju-
tant ana service officer of the .
Homestead P"et I have heard

iome complaints about the veter- .
am' treatment and of the facilities )- '
of the haeplUl," Mr Geronimo
laid. ""ThkVugh my personal experience RN/C/
a* a patient there. found "

that these' complaints were :
groundless I was more than well .
satisfied with the treatment and THE NEW

care I received.

"Some of the complaints I received -I ..< >I. >>O .
concerned food I found %% .
the food food, wholesome and
adequate in quantity. TheN are ( FORD CA.R-S'F0Gw K 1940,
about MO patients and WO employe
at the hospital which ,s

make it necessary to serve ap-
prox\nately 1,000 meek per day ::
Of court, there are'times when
not 'everyone like every articleof "I
food served bat taking it J.
.an In at. I cannot eee why any '6. z ; ttr' wN
one hat an lots of a legitimate
reason for making complaint
about the food
:1._ l se-stoe.eest.and ttgniert
'praiae- fdr the kindly and courteou -
*. treatment I received from ,:

the doctor Jtiim and. attendant "I(
.at-Bay Tine
.*f.freefcived, jarbhoat. ** ption, -
.. ,..
U gbod-tare and treatment aa anyone ".
could expect from the fIneetbocpital
anywhereI : tar i er i
could to on indefinitely recounting .
the fine qualities of the 4t. 4d'f
hospital. I do pot hesitate bi recommenduujJBay -
Pine to my bud-
die who are hi need of medical

The service officers' school held
under the auspices of the rehabilitation -
committee of the state department '
ill illI
of the American Legion I
was attended by S2 poet service officers -
Mr. Geronimo laid. "11a
organizer were Joe Frank, for.
merly of Harvey Seed Port Miami -

and now of Tallahassee, CoL ,+r 3+'dtu Sat ;s ,3 i .., saw sn3 ?n 4 ; ,;..,,,



22 important improvements added to fundamental Ford features


International Agricultural represent the most advanced engineering in the low-price field

Corporation laid to be one of the
largest fertilizer concerns la the WHAT do the Ford can for 1940 offer to match their

world has eitabllsned.a a warehouse brilliant new beauty New comfort, convenience, quiet,
la Homest d. on Flagler avenue, 22 IMPORTANT FORD FEATURES
f and the roomiest richest interiors designed
to take ear of direct-to-conumer ty- ever
business from Coulda south, with for a Ford car. rOt COMFOir-More ream ImkU. New c:...
troJUdVtMiUtio*. New tones bar ri ul>iltHreImprvnd
John S. (Jack Peter a* representative
and William A. Herm at 'l'he7l1ave a host of interesting new features. FingerTip spring ............* Bilf mling ihackbnctcn.
warehouse manager. Gearshift on the steering pott. An improved transmission Two ay adjustable d9..'. seat. New.r4s" .
j Mr. Peter baa lived in the Red- unusually easy to ihift. New Controlled type tw3i Caen ..... Now "FtoMinf

land District for more than tlyean. Ventilation Improved shock absorber*. Softer springs, s..c
He I* a nephew of the late FOR OONYENIFMCI-N Finetr-Tip Gtmlufc. ,o
Tom Peters, the -tomato king" for Improved spring suspension and new ride-ttabilizer.* Engine nose ewsmI T........* ix nng ..l.....

whom the settlement of Peters,hut A combination of.new feature makes the' new ear rot um-s..w.Bw K-iunp. DM r

south of Perrine, was named. quieter in operation. They have big, powerful hydraulic J-dtKUJ wipes a. Uw windshield Ur*.e
The local
warehouse ha
a complete "". DMtH7 Ceadcioa, Isd atos as all seedele.
brake have Sealed-Beam that
line of Oaceola and International They new Headlamp
brand of fertlUwr The are .safer stronger and stay bright longer. They have) rot l'UlfCI-La..preeC.q..,.
...._ shitt" er.nssniwiaa. C:.. -red dine
company ha three fertilizer plant e lepraved t
the famous Ford V-8 engine (85 hp in the De Lux
dressy far Ford
la the state at Jacksonville. Mulberry big Mnnlic brakes ,r
and Penucola The Ford. Choice of 85 or 60 hp in the Ford).:.which blend
general FOR STYLE-New assurer ..,. New books
sales office b at Mulberry.The cylinder smoothness with ..0000omfYouw Ia.).New L"trs .a.... .'U.JJ au/y
company to the largest producer
of phosphate rock product never teen can with *o much performance, aces THAN IVII

to the world. It own cotton wed style and comfort at such a low price. Get -wi AUAirrr CM IN INK low-raici

oil mill and recently acquired potash acquainted. resell "). I. experkwel Ift TIaia"t
mines at Carlsbad New Mexico I
s and will be able to produce not

sulphate cly muriate of potaaaunum of potash.and but sulphate olio- ON DISPLAY AT YOUR DEALER'S-HEADQUARTERS FOR' NEW FORD V-8

of potash magnesia in cora- CARS AND TRUCKS. NEW MERCURY AND LINCOLN-ZEPHYR V-12
Inertial quantiU a. Research laboratories -
to determine svqulreaneate -.
of plant and toil !:condition
also are being operated.
Under supervision of the coneern. NEESE MOTOR COMPANY

fertUiaaUoit tests and experiment .
are being made M U acre
e< tomatoes at the farm of R. P.Barfield .. Next Door to Post Office Homestetd Phone 9122s

at Perrine.

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Friday -October' -" ELEADER-E: r
18,1939 V.! : TERPISE Page Three

body rises In an almost vertical ment door and a light within the bumperette are provided at 'the Homestead v.T. A.;Mans 1

CHEVROLET I plane to the body belt, from which j compartment which turn on rear Bumper guards ara furnished -' To Buy Piano for School ;4

line it taper inward toward the automatically when the door isepened at front and rear on the The Homestead P T. A. execuI I
(Continued from Pigs OM) I' top.;:-Slope of the windshield and regardless ot whether the Master De Luxe and Special De tive committee voted Wednesdayto
safety, comfort, convenience, rear panel I is even more pronounced ,other car light ara on or off Lux. Double windshield wipers, make the purchasing of a piano j
performance and long lit*. Xne- both these members .being Springing baa been Improved for and a full complement of Instruments for the school auditorium the f
action and thocklei Inclined more sharply The better balance between front and Including engine heat indicator major project of the :year. and \a.
steering tempered plate glass rear window, rear suspensions, and steering are Included on all model. President W. R. Bird appointed
featured on the Special con-1 used In all models except the new geometry on the Master 83 1* revised as are left-hand sun visors The Mrs. Julian H. Webster and Mr
and Muter DeLuxe series I cabriolet Is of curved section, to for better leering. Gasoline Special De Lux has. In addition, W. B. Mills a* a committee to investigate -
ventional I-beam front axle with blend with the tide and rear contours tank capacity: In all models except I a right-hand sun-visor, special the cost.
wml-elllpUe spring and air, of the body. Windshield Business Coupe and Sedan Delivery :"T'-ipok leering wheel with The committee voted also to
are of the new high test safety i* increased from 14 to II bora-blowing line, stainless steel give $25 to the high school library
plane-type shock
absorber being plate, and safety plate glass i* used gallon. Trunk capacity i* enlarged window reveals, decorative doorsill -, for magazines and Reader's guide
retained on the Matter 83 I In all tide window and ventl- by the lowering of the car plates, and several other extra and to underwrite a S21 contractfor
Except for the difference In pane floor, the engine being inclined Items. copies' of Reader1 Digest tot
front suspension and the use of Bodies are larger inside and out I somewhat more toward the rear, All series for 1940 Include sport classroom work.A .
a slightly higher gear ratio on the and ,are also more rigid. Seat I to minimize the rear compartment sedan, town sedan, and buslne sa tentative budget for the year
Master 83. the chassis of the three are wider, and leg-room and headroom floor tunnel Trunk are larger coupe. Station wagon are provided was approved.The .
aerie are practically Identical are increased. Wider doors and more Illuminated through on the Special De Luxe and association decided to sponsor "
All are of the urn wheel-bale,' make for easier Ingress and egrets.' aperature in the rear of the recessed Master 85, and four-passenger a lame for the high school
and the power plant It the tame Numerous Interior refinements, tail and top lamp shell coupe In the Special DeLuxe and basketball team, and the game
throughout It la the time-tried which Vary among the three Rustprooflng heretofore confined Master DeLuxe. A coupe pickup with Lake Worth on Feb.IS was
Chevrolet six-cylinder valve-ln- series, result in luxury, comfort I to sheet metal such a* ten and I sedan delivery are available selected.Six !
head engine, revised la several and convenience unmatched In den and hood, 1* now applied both on the Master $J and the member volunteered for
particular In the Interests of it-, previous yean' models In thl I also to the body, prior to applies- Master De Luxe, and a brand new one month each to take care of the
lent operation, smoothness, andjj; Special De Luxe series, these ', lon of Duco. Bumper are standard cabriolet, featuring extreme beauty -, laundemg of the sheet from the I
long life These change affect the items include an illuminated clock front and rear, on all models along with high performance,' clinic room and high school: rest ;
oil system the valve mechanism, recessed In the glove compart except the station wagons, where 1 II offered on the Special De Luxe.i room. .
and the camshaft, and in the two
latter cases Involve change In
manufacturing practice a* well ai I
In design ;
In appearance, the WO' Chev,
rolet I* new front bumper to :tI
bumper. Bodies, fender. hood,!
and frame are completely redesigned I SQ py A
to embody low-slung, v
,grace. These change result" also: era
in Increased stability, since they pC
lower the center of gravity of the I
car a* a whole. Change, except'
.. for trim and equipment are the i / sedrl\
same on all three series. I
The radiator grille, one of the
most obvious outward change, Is i
much lower and Wider, The maw, e"etbl i ic ioOtlon
Ive chrome-plated horizontal bar
at the lower part of this unit + eOOlnlrt 4b h
weep outward Include the fender ist' Cho4rotll '*e loaf
area formerly occupied soysuxillary ,
1191 at
louvers, The alligator- eight
Jaw type hood ha* a deep, grace.fullyrounded tot
nose and I* designed
in such a way that the line i
long whlcn It open 1* unnotlcebte I r
.'wheafhoodU -closed. The'
hood tt"equipped with a theft-
proof lock so that access to the.
engine compartment can be gain
ed only after releasing a control
knob under the dash with the car ..raanastMadt BB
Releasing of the latter allow the /aaMaalutsosspuraWRIPAMS J
hood's spring-loaded hinges 'to It3SrK
raise the nose, giving access to a
secondary lock which release It
the rest of the way. This secondary
lock prevents the hood from a ; d vYnmAt
bent Jarred or blown open while 4.
the car Is In motion, even if the '
dash lock should be accidentally
Front fender are longer, wider
deeper and sweep Inward from the
crown to the sides of the hOOd In I
.almost horizontal plane,'with
out valleys Streamlined head.
lamp, nearly 20- Inches long are
nestled In the fender at locations
almost ten Inches farther apart
This mounting make for maxi r
mum Illumination, a* well a* full ? r
protection for the lamps, and easy
access for servicing The new
Haled beam headlamp unit combining AOW
lamp, reflector and scien
tifically-designed lens are used onall ,

mounted models.between Parking headlamp lamp and are Look at the greatly Increased" size Tune Into gear with Chevrolet's New Only Chevrolet gives such '

outer edge of fender. and luxury of this car with new Exclusive Vacuum-Power Shift. high quality at such low cost :
Safety, a* well a* style, i* served
by the new allrubbersurfacedrunning longer wheelbase and stunning new Teat Its matchless combination of e. Low Prices a Low Opera

board with triple-peak ..RO'alClpper".tJ'Una..Andthen power.acc..tloo..moothne: and ating Costs e Low Upkeep.
ed longitudinal rib which parallelthe
body contour The running you will know It's the streamlined econom'.A then you will know ;
board terminate Just short of the No other motor car can
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Above the running boards, the and the blttett valut money can buy I and best-performing low-prked carl


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LEADER.ENTERfRISE f m-f-LOaJPA JjjHjLtGtjTSMARTA:! "'' mJ n Lime ,,;

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ABCBHMiUORIC ..".".___,...__ -frdwe ANEW FLO KID ff G/2L UfMS -.J! Bird

LIACH_ .... ..AICHC.__ A..ta.. ....... NIITION/I/ TENNIS TTTlf
Told Us
....... so ....d .- won tJAWFTr MIAMI ;
Mmk '1, ISIi. M ...* M .<".... .< / EIJ ,TIlE NATIONAL PUfitlC "
II..-. PterM.. ...M MM .. ., PA
sluet -. 1ST*. A-S $/Nt/LS TENNIS CNAMPlawKPKrto
IN NEW YQ It' 11116VSr .zOO! THAT some Interested parties

I. ..... C..n UtMCaifTION.... .___aUI'"_ et.Noat" 143 9 WHIN SKS' tN/rcLA" AU. thought last week's chirping about ;
I, of Pods c...., _____ '1." oppagnOAf. rJ"AM&o WInI AN01y7Q0AM the 18% : 18 Vi gas price In
I RESIDENT M.eS. CAnYZe1A'EtA Miami a that Impression those
RINGS I M 14 Sn 'SNF$0 HV/fTVf were the prevailing prices In
IIItJAirNSlIQ' S ae&M Miami What was said was that
Silver wings crow the sky, ON THE SAM PAYS Mlamlans COULD obtain first
Like an eagle, on they fly; grade gas at those prices early last ':
Taking word of love and qheer week. The AUTHORIZED prevailing '
To the loved ones far and MOT J price this week la Miami 1
f1Or/LW. la MH cents--one-half cent under '1.
But UM ,
lust across see
There aaother. land, Ab, me, MosrVRU.'RL'TCE the Homestead price, which last .Ii
Wednesday took a tumble: from 23 .11
Wing of black and VT to by, + "
r {.Ik* mighty demons In the sky cent to 2Q grata .4:
No criticism of the.local dealersor "I
Tl* heir aim to maIm and kill distributors wait Intended-** ;
AU who do not do their will; a matter of fact the chirp of complaint .
Little children wonder why wa suggested tw, a local 1f
Such mad demons ride the ikyAt filling station owner tn the hope '

that something might, be don to .'f'
their wings gq on their way equalize the MiamiHomesteadprice
Like a vulture, SMkUg prey difference
1'e kill and torture all who might '
The 20-cent level la fair If the
and for what la right
Try fight Ic
If%-cent. rate prevail In Miami

p -.By Virginia Marlor, Miami. but If the Oil companies make concessions .
to Miami dealer to help "
I'U. I them In a price war, the same concessions
S. Can Now Supply Own should be extended to retailers '1
Needs in Potash t and distributor In this
ANTQUEOTrdWOOLLtr area In order that they may pro-
Fiona have been made by the ON rXNI4/TIN AT P.ILALE tect themselves against unfair out

Central Land Office for leasing yip I Jar OF D0ZZ r sr.Afrra&9V- 6tftA. side competitionAulullullilliluluuuIllhtIliIIII
U40 acre of pubUe land In California A ,SS ADAP FDOUVrr'? tWoo4VTTt7NS' / / !! Uluu

for the production of potash OWCTEOROM Alt I
'I The lease will be effected orta TNI h'OIfll.O AA1OLNTN6 '
A4"/470 PTWeS 20 Years
at till result of a public auctionto / Ago

be held In the District Land Of-
flee at SacraaieotOt Calif., at 11:00a. : '
m October 10 Six units of JY In It-these thing are the AA '.. 1lIIUllIlIIlInlllnnnUmlUllII/IIII1I11U/
sh-bearlng, area of the public [ 'ld.W' a that bring poor digestionand Tlw r......... KMM ... ..... ... Y
CURRENT Children in Court kill* ,... fllM .( flea HoB rtM4BitortrlM ,'/
domain. In Searle Lake. mar fill tbe bloodstream with .t.WI.liW Mir Ik Itll.M .
Truno, Sun Bernardino County vim Instead of vitality. I once Uw SNta ,...... Mime M4Mnr
COMMENT By Jude Malcolm Ilatfield .4 Orb of. lilt, with UM EM*.
will be offered for development checked up A despondent person ..... .......
, under The program of the Department with this chorus of an old soDa: --
1. of the Interior. By AGNEW WELSH. Mlaaal Then what I* the use pf repining A PERPLEXING PROBLEM Oct. Ie 191'A
' The successful bidder will be ......................1.........................,11 for where there a will there a The parents of a popular boy appealed _H' numerously signed petition j.

required to devote at bait '7M,. Parliament wee told that TOO 'way, and tomorrow the sun maybe to the court for advlc>.Thls I is being circulated asking the
000 to the development production British firm were turning out shining although it be cloudy young man waa formerly a mem- county school board that Florida
of potash supply on the war shells and since the present today:"You ilng it-slug It to any ber of the high school football City be set apart a* a separate "
publle land tracts In question 11 disturbance began 280 mllion dollar tune that fits, but tint U team had been a good student school district (Florida City).
a minimum of $M 000 on' each 81 *' worth of these destructive However his studies began to "Orx October 0 Leonard Chap- :\:
three units and f 200.000 on each 01 will discontinue his retail ice
mechanism had been made It was very heartening read suffer a* he was pending most of ,
the other three portions offered Nice stuff to fill grave teat up that about TO youngster from the i his evening taking girl to nightclubs business. and all Florida City and
for lease. land destroy building and empty Redland area, and that Includes I and road house His parent Homestead deliveries of Ice will be f fN .
A <' e o r dla g to Commlssloae: the pockctbook Homestead, have gone to college. *' protest met with open defiance made by the ice company" (FlorIda .'
Fred B Johnson of the Genera I Say, how about that tea billion Of course, you did not know it, The boy early training City).
Land Office, It U estimated that i dollar that you and France and but I have studied your commu-'was not at fault; many youngster -"The local post of the American
the operation of these six additional :Italy ewe us on the old war debt aity for many year and have go through these trying phases of Legion met at the tome of Com-
units on the public domain will Might a* well mark It off you lay? reached the conctuakm that it I II adjustment 11'01Ichildhood to madet Cvakma Thursday Bight ;
produce a supply of potash sufficient 'dues you re right made up of an intelligent and progressive adulthood. The attendance ws large and
to meet all present domes e e e the names of seven new member
people; you have shown While It may seem Impossible to
tic purposes, thirty-three) per tent that in and I think added to the charter list which
It ft's your fad it's a "hobby, a many way keep the boy from entertaining
of which was imported from Germany sort of llfe- averif it Is the other your youngster will come nearer; girls at this stage, much can be show that the post I* still growing -
Spain and other countries fellow It la lust ,another dumed making good than will those of, done to remedy the situation. Parents rapidly The seven new men
Prior to 1017, practically all potash piece of nonsense. most localities.. But wise old' who have mean should arrange were: Luther Chandler, Lawrence
was Imported to the United e e Cicero, the Roman a place of entertainment In Becker. Graver Becker Frank ,\
States from Germany That country If some modern Diogenes should tor made a .taeaman-ora-I their own home which would Rue Fred Lucas, Al Dowling and .. J
then had the only known commercial start a search for an honest man couched In our modern English,I 1 I eclipse outside place in the Interest A. D. StrechliB :t'I
deposits of this fertilizer he'd better put a lot of oil lr\ the mean that If you do not have a of the boy and his ichoolmates --"The grower association got off )r
of importance in the world. With old lantern and get Iron soles on braids background, a college: education : When this ItlOt practical, the nine ear this week. Chase & .
curt llment of Its Importation to his shoes for he will need both. I will not supply the deficiency !"careful substitution of other Inter. Co three, and the Citrus Exchange.lever. :
this country during the war, research This outburst Is brought on by ; it may be efficient but not ests, and a serious talk with the The packing house are all '
was undertaken and for the reading where four West Palm sufficient 1 young man can accomplish wonders closed down now, s* "the fruit to
first time In Its history. the United Beach policemen were dismissedfor too green to ship ',
States will be able to meet al participating robberies. If Phillip Reims who enlisted
v.1n from here and has been in France
of the present domestic demand we can not honest courts I THE MAIL. BOXAS "I
for several month to his !
for thle ..lIIablelr.'tJlJzer element: and honest public official, all btost I prior
discharge June back In :
The two outstanding; deposit at j est. in' U
potash thus far discovered are ee I BE! II i Homestead '''''1 ;
those'In the ancient bed ef Beetles Scientist place the temperature Editor Leader-Enterrruw:. I "
Lake. Caul, and e. Carlsbad.New 'of the Interior of the earth close to My text for today b Genesis 4:9: EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING G. O. Brewster M. D. '
Mexico The latter wa found 1000 degree, or about that created -And the. Lord sold aril Caber '
during an oil well experimentation >y a large and briskly burning Where b Abet tty brother.? And low Ear. Neea *" 'Threat oTreatw ,
house .t tat pine but due to the Cain said-Ant I My brother I .i { ,
enormous area thai Interior beat keeper .4''
Prompt on Cllssas
Gratitude a VirtueAll I* the cause of volcano, landslide We bear this 'In effect every day, FlUeS .,
(earthquake) and geyser, including In our once proud United State of makes-specializing on orn.e books t .. n .* *,. I
people have superstitions Alaska "Valley of a Thousand America automobile radios ""J. .
and one of the oldest b the Idea .
Smoke The great crime of the age I*
of the) hostage to fortune, the idea e e e our.failure te ce-eperat to Nip offl.a at .raw Kn.. Asm salseemA :Wi
of sacrifice in propitiation, of the One of the evidence of good make the world safe for::democracy L C. Dodd so" .
mitt of thankfulness, the conception breeding and self control la the With the manpower and the FtawmBU.. ......... 7LetdeMe. .;.i

that unless gratitude la expreased. ability' to he composed, to lit wUh. money--we. tttar the oetrith, are .---... fieri* I me ..fatDrivers' ,
grace b withdrawn. To ,out dancing your feet or drummingyour trying to hide away" from our God- ;p

mauy people gratitude seems to : fingers, or tapping with given resposlbltJty la the United .........,.........."......... .... ........... ........... ........................... ...............'...,". L
be an outworn conception, per- :rour tillAD eminent physician State senate-tonce "the greatest ,
hope because we haw placed ao ;declare that mental poise, closely deliberative body on earth"there 0:
strong an emphasis upon right I akin to the physical kind I* one ** an eruption of oratory and
and *. weak an emphasis upon 4reaponalbWu. of the essential to good health; modicum Licenses:
.*. BlAt gratitude remains I that the nervous fussy people ship. "
a necessary virtue. Upon it I bring on disturbance: of the 41lestlre To be a nation of cringing cowards 'J"
lNi the many spontaneous and j system and a long train of b Infinitely --. Obta-1e in Homestead at :
voluntary social activities that I attending vll* Fretfulness, IRA I. HAYNES: ..
give health to a ballon or a com I peevishness, (tewing about
munity.--Dorothy Thompson In the something that cannot be helped Nice Mao it, "
Rotarian Magaslne t that way and borrowing trMjl. "DM you go eat a honeymoon, LEGION TAG OFFICE -
nary trouble: that the work b SusabeDer"Alt -
DON'T waste precious time) going to the demnitton bow-wew suppose you might call It
looking tor an opportunity end that there b no longer any 1st, ma'am. Hennery done; help OKI 8 A. M.TO S r. H. DAtt* : '
,make oab.48esjed. i pod or beauty or glory a* graa nk th4..aabJ.nist week"-- .
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EX-SOLDIER rieaae Oe Way and Ut Me SJeeiV,' "\the $rdeat part of my work it
What I* the hardest part ioyour f waking up the audience after the
...--- A9tt. l+t work as a lecturer?" askedthe i man"who Introduces me hat -on-
: "
eluded his remarks. -Ex.
man designated as toastmaster."As .,
(Continued Iroru Fag One) ,
a rule" replied the other,
Germany and men hv
to keep their thoughts to themselves -
," Mr. Burrtehter wild. German Turner's Funeral Home
women are arrested only for Dr. R. J. Elliott
the molt serious offenses and S4-UX AMBULANCE SERVICE:
therefore men take them to meetings | CHIROPRACTOR Lady Attendant
and other public places and
permit them to do the talking Home BUc Homestead Phone aa .R Hnma.tec.Fin.

Ing.while they (the men) maintain
"Nazism has bettered the living t
condition of the middle and lower 'J
classes of Germany and has'Americanized' BIRD'SIndorsed
farm," Mr Bur- t rlp
richter said. He pointed out that
the later-day German ii requiredto
have adequate running water
even In tervant'a quarters, in hit
hOme and he lives In houses that
far surpass those of the preWorldWar
period. The new 1940 Pontiac Special Sis, 117 Inch wheelbase, four-door sells
"Work on farms that formerly powered by 17 tioncpowaF engine is much larger and roomier than" Ib. 1939counterpart
was done with crude implements with a (pur.Inch wider front ant four-inch lower floors and Our seed can always rtpreerat food valea, bit the I
now Is don with machinery, a lot dew per cent increase In vision due to larger jets ..... Note dung la ones listed below are unusually choice aa* we reeem t
of which Is of American make" he appearance and increased UN of chromium. mend any one ef them tee year eomUeratlo. i

aald. He pointed out that most -- .............................................
agricultural experimentation Jj Next! I
being carried on under supervision The minister was remarkablefor I 1938 BUICK 2-Door Sedan practically new
of the government and many the neatness and point of his i Tropical Cafe tires; original paint; low mileage.
striking result have been attained pulpit utterances. Once duringa
lie cited ImprovementsIn disastrous strike a capitalist 1938 PONTIAC Coupe-radio; original paint;
I doors earth of city ball
the potato tomato and In
arose in church and asked leaveto excellent condition; priced right.
"Germany has a soil law which speak. The minister gave him HOMESTEAD FLORIDA
has merits," Mr. Burrlchter I' 4-Door Sedan excellent .
aald. permission and the man delivered J 1938 PONTIAC Touring -
This law provides there shall be himself of a long panegyric upon I I Regular dinner .'.... 50c condition; radio; original paint.

no free ground; that ground, captains of Industry, upon the Plato lunch ....... .... esc CHEVROLET \
If It to fit for
anything must be good they do by giving men work, 1937 2-Door Sedan-new paint;
worked." by booming the country, by reducing Mine Ruth Surfant and Mra i new'seat covers; radio; a real buy.
the cost of and
:Vested Choir to Begin so forth. Florence) Kenadai rrop 1937 FORD Tudor "BO"-excellent condition;

Rehearsals ThursdayAn When the capitalist had finished radio.
his self-praise and, flushed and
1939 PONTIAC 2-Door Touring
satisfied had sat down again the
first rehearsal organization of the meeting vested choir and clergyman aald with quiet signifl. DIUI.A.BERGERDentist mileage; excellent condition; priced
Of the Homestead Methodist cancel "Is there any other sinner right.pREsfoNB.
Church win be held at 8 o'clock that would like to say a WOld1"EL -
Thursday night at the church. The '
choir la under the direction of Irving jii"MOTOR
J Lyon, who has Issued a call Ahem! Office Hours 8:30-4:30 co.
tor additional members. "My husband Is an efficiency ,
Beside expert in a large office." First National Bank
regular church singing
South Krome Ave. Phone 18
the choir will present programs on "What.doe an efficiency expert
special occasions, including do? Bidding OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY
Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter Well, If we women did 11, t.
and Mother's days.Henry they'd caD It nl.aIDl.-Ex. Own Rventan kr Appotaasaeat
Snell Drowns

While Fishing in Maine

Henry Snell, 47, brother of Mrs. iniI 4achag
Maude Chandler of Goulds and
Mrs. Sam 1. Davis of Redland, was
drowned while fishing .In I lake
near Augusta, Maine September
Mr. SneO, a salesman, had visited -
In the Redland District on
several occasions, the last time
about three yean ago. Besides
Mrs. Chandler and Mrs Davis he
Is survived by three brothers, Rob
ert L. Snell of Walsola Mo.. R. W.
Snell of Memphis, Tenn.. and O
C. Snell of Donna Texas Funeral I
services were held at New Salem,;I


i a.aaadeBir.rastii

..-To Enjoy
T Accurate ,,,

ear NN

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C.J id.i.e else. .e4 l with.
njoyiMfif J life tail
tref* I* peer work Act ew< 18 New Low JRrieedSixes TONG FAMOUS AS THH BUILDER fcavtn't driven a 1940 Porxtac-
Dr. B. F. Stcbbins L of America's finest low-priced too missing a lifetime thrill. Foe
car, Pontiac snake Its greatest forward the only car ef its price that
Dr. L. W. StebbiiuI stride and prettats font new can cAill'Oll with pcrtoniiance and
22S W. Flatter St., Miami a.4 RjktsScttiog series of Silver Street foe 1940- fill you with pride! It's big. It'f dis.tinguished .

Phone I-M1J the biggest most beautiful ever built and impressive yet

N w Standard o tPrld and priced to upset every current Prices start just a few dollars above
idea of dollar-for-dollar values If the lowest It's .so food yet _',
...aad Performance to WIn rou baven't seen these bigger, afford to sties It. So why not buy
Be sure tht yew eyes are as ". better,longer,lower beeutiet,....'.. a Pontiac and have car that anatc
I coed tested a*at jour least brakes'f pac-have coda the.yeDR.F.P.ARCHEI { ,to Fw Great Market I tiMing the jnaer1 best burl If yon you both fnmj sad happy

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CLUTCHSYSTEM to 124 Inches and an overall length greater In width, the front I II enlivened and width given by the entire notable for their! rich and modem
front end design Vertical grilles treatment. To achieve it, the
Increased to 210 3-4 Inches Is a this year by a more liberaluse directly below the headlamps very ,
body of a type new to American latest technological development ."
of chrome. The hood line Is house Harking lights of a new de-
c IS ELIMINATED highway Because floors are so in many line have been utilized ;"
low that running booms are no lone and level and its height I* sign. Th massive bumper I* by Oldsmobile builders. !' ',j,'

FROM19400LDS: longer needed, Oldsmobile engineer pleasingly accentuated: by grace flared it the end for greater body Deep, restful seats of the divan ./' .

have Incorporated the width ful ornament of gleaming chrome protection. type provide room for three pan, '
the running board customarily and luclte Radiator d..IIIof all i fender of the 1940 Oldsmoblle angers In both front and rest, "

Three new Oldsmobile aerie for require. Into the body Itself Needless three models la slnKlar Wide, have been treated *i an integral Padded arm rest are provided in,
part of the body design. Fender the rear seats as well ai front. ,
1940-two sixes and .n eight to say It create an Interior horizonal bands of chrome brightenthe I
that I ta spacious far beyond any radiator grille of heavy die- 'and side wall of the hood art one Seat cushion are unusually sot, "
with marked changes In itjllng, previous motor design Front cast metal Between them the piece_me ''V.lle," that once separated and comfortable this year. In the

and Impressive Increases In wheelbase seat width In the Custom I Cruiser narrower bands of the grill work them 1* gone completely Custom I Cruiser they are padded, '

length and overall dimensions la CO inches a width actually 10 In the -80" and "TO" model are Nettled In the tender top are the with the new foam rubber, which

mad their appearance Tueidar Inches greater than was considered painted I to match the body color !,hesdlamp*-of the new Sealed 1* optional too, in the "60" and '
In dealer salesroom everywhere Beam Safety type introduced this "70" at a slight extra cost '
adequate In many cars no so long In the Custom S Cruiser the entire ,
Bigger and better throughout ago Yet despite this amazing body grille I II sparkling chrome. A distinctive year for the flat time and which

In body and chassis alike, the room, there I* not the slightest suggestion feature too, I II the horizontal have been hailed as the greatest "I see five flies, two masculine '

new Oldsmobile reveal striking of bulkiness I In the design, line carried across the front contribution to safe night driving and three feminine" ;x.

and advances In. comfort, safety power but rather a smooth and graceful, of the fenders, just below the that hs; --r been made "How do you know that?" .,%! .'

be.utl.Headllnlll6 streamlining that sweeps back from headlights, which serve to emphasize Besides their roominess, Interiors "Two are on the table and three
all features of the I the high hood and radiator to the the impression of sturdiness of the pew Oldsmobllei are on the looking ...."-Ex.fl :: .
1940 Oldsmobile offerings I is the .
: almost horizontal lines of the extremely ,.,
Introduction of feature e.Uedbydram.tle ','e'
large luggage
drive--* combinationof I '

liquid flywhel and fully automatic ,
To harmonize with the new and
transmission, which reduce
larger bodies! of the 1940 Oldsmo- ,\ "
driving to 1U simplest, eaaleit
btles, an impressive new frontal
term The conventional clutch'
design was created Definitely ,1"I
assembly U entirely eliminated,
Increased in height, and likewise
THere are no clutch parts to wear

out and replace. The clutch pedal
Itself la cone, leaving no work for
the left foot to do. To itart the C Csw.
n..... U*. seen lUMnt MAIM N.. S e. .I.
car you simply step on the starter a...... e ....._ .. 'M Fire Natlea.1
lever Rank .f Homestead I* the ..." .f Klor.M .
move a valve-actuating
.. ..
the rhM rf knliM Ort I.IMt
Into forward position, and then Fkbll.k.4 hi _ln.. U nil B.4tky .aw..a rro.a.r Z a r MA
the accelerator the Cn..tr.llw .. the (.rraner .sedan as
step on HMUM Ull. V. IL ..._ KtaliitM.LMKI sea
Changes from low, through second As.l ; 11
and third, and Into fourth, or end .-... (Il.eludinsIse e e a 1Irv
nranlrafKI. I II.OK.41ntkui. e
cruising gear, arc entirely automatic UNt.4 Mats _._. .b11. I
Gears always .. dlnrt M f Mrantml It.MO IIOblliiMluM lue
: incidentally, arc of tats Mil rUUe.1 *- r
In mesh, so that there can be luMlrlilMu til.I DO* I
CorvoraM ibMlu. /ad"dlne stock j
no clashing of gears or chipping Of ftdml a...,,. bank I. M.M '
of gear teeth. This means also that Cub. balaiMM with othar ....
,.. .b.
iMludlu I
the engine serves as a brake o n Mh items I. PTOMM Of :0|. I Iilw. Palace 1 for
down grades.To twn l44as..1s
: yr.eh".wad at0,55T t5,
: !
stop the car the driver simply n..d fisent 54,705.55 15.5,1.20

steps on the brake.' With no clutch, Other _. 1.015.55.

to press and no gear to shift, Total Annals 0 70.......
there's nothing for the driver to --I H..I.SMRJESTY
1.1.ullll. :
do but steer, "step on It", and stop, Demand e.5 die .t .,, z.
The feature Is available at an extra Mrt..nb ,. sad = .. '''.IOU' ,
Tlms d.eniIs el '.0I1.1d.......
cost In ,.U three aeries of ean.Oldam06U. tatiU !.lOt.n
I. .'. series "80", Introduced D.paao: >IM4 slams onv.r
Milt ClMludlnS paid sawn
so successfully year 1 !lass> "'- ... 1,001.00

the tow-price (.Ie14"thll'ear appears : Oqx.lt...........of-MUM.-and...". ,..uti..,_..... "J".II': .. t'.' '1' t' win't, .
with? *n overall length increased PotMaI" .a benSra (.1.1. A "castle In the air" freshlngly cool durIng,the
to 117 3-4 Inches and an, Other d.psiu. (..eWS.% seed
_h.... _. _
engine stepped Up to 95 horsepow, Tall Mousse ) 14UTItlSMIfS do for Ills Majesty the season of hot sunshine.

er. An entirely new body hat I 011I.1101111_ _..?... .._...... IMltt 1 ,

, beenMesIgned for the 60" this year Total Liabilities .... .IM4.Ml.II baby. We'll help Dad build it for
that takes full advantage of the
Ca" Assessas

1 greater wheelbase length. It Is a :::""-:.:.... 101&I him as soon as he says the
body of a type heretofore associated Pat _._. .._SMKM MM.M 11 11Co& His Royal Higncss wants
only with car of much higher surplue ....... '_"...... ,,11,0418.10Vdl.I" word. On the FIIA
and profll .......... ..tlG." new
price, reveal quality every a REAL home to grow up
lIne. Seat are so wide that three Tow CtplUI AoioMllll | II 40:M Plan-which won't make ,

I passengers may ride with comforton Total 1.101111111. and in. A room full of sun .'!
either front or rear seat A_." Copltol-I any bigger hole in Dad's

In the popular priced field Olds I ....
gain often the six-cylinder "70" Pledged soma Lad-:....... ;Lead/ I shine and good, fresh air. income than the rent. For

j series, biggest selling car last year United states lice G..n k.ds>....it it 01>11. -, 19
in the Oldsmobile line It 4Picini I dlreet .ad jtpo- '..:' A little Kingdom that is detailed information call
to Damns <: >lo net I
+ equipped with an Improved luxurious oUwr Itahllltli. ....".... 2
.. !: in winter and
observation-type body die cozy reor see
Total ...,.tai. .. a.t44.Ts
tlngulshed for wide deep windshield I
! and window, and narrow ......... II.bllll"
OnmlU lmn4 kr .M..4 ,
body pillar that provide maximum a.e.t ......... ft i..iulra>
vision for the passengers, MUM ..1... .. .. ....... ",?$Los I

and likewise add grace and distinction '
I to the outward *...::1....... County of-Dade, MI 50.l
. appear.once I. W .,.., Mlitor of MM
... of the car. Overall length sand k.nb,5'' on nabewsir .w..r that the 1 W. D. HORNE CO. Inc.LUMBER
of the "70" aerie I* increased to a5mO ...-.II h inn. U the bM of -rM .
.whooln sad 11011"' ,
4 J99 3-4 inches.It W. 0. TATNIL c..h.... I

I II In the medium priced eight tilt aware..r .f OptntMT sad Mh.iirlk, lose.myyoal.Isis hours, M this

I cylinder automobile, christened this : :ya4. """'or AND BUILDING MATERIAL
:, year the "Custom 8 Cruiser," that (NoUrtaTlLtl'I ..*/".* dune It

the most spectacular: change In the Oar-A.t7NOa
, 0"1 Phone 507-J
Oldsmobile line for 1940 appears ,ItI. 'alga: Frank L. Skill, Owner Homestead, Fla.

Her, on a wheelbase Increased MAX J.OIIII'

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October 13, 1939 THE LEADER ENTERPISE Page Seven_ !

, I ot Richmond Va. are living m from New Jersey and has! taken, lily GVrobrm left 'Wtd II'I I

the McDaniel house. an apartment In the Dixon apart for Riverside Military Academy at '

: M f In and .Around 1 Mr. and Mn. Lloyd Witt of Bedford ment oa Caves avenue. Gainesville, Ca, ;I

Va. moved Into the flake Mr. and P. Bacora and ; '
house last week.FLORIDA. Mr. .and Mrs.Willis WhItfield
II IIt son of Fort Myen. arrived last
and son, Bobby, and Mr. and Mrs. "I
t iMrs week to spend the season here. r
Homestead I E. Ward and children of Nlcevtlle, '
CITY: ria. arrived Friday and have taken Mr. and Mn J. H. Fairish
: By Mn. W. W. Sererr apartment in the Clinton moved last week from the Hunter
I apartment on Palm avenue. houae to Homestead.

Frank B. Rue and Mr*. Mr. and Mn. P. L. Baker have from Morris Dover Poucher Del., when arrived ha Sunday visited 4r. and Mr Mile Newton of Pet Splnelll returned Sunday
Win J. Geronimo attended the arrived from
Columbia, Tenn., to Mr. and Mrs. Will Miami who recently returned from from New York.
Rhode for
I Put President Parley luncheon in spend the winter here. weeks. Mr. Poucher was several formerly a vacation spent 'Connetlcut, Tony Tomnsst of Boston, Mass,
Coconut Grove on Wednesday. a Florida City resident, and were week-end guest of Mr. and arrived on Sunday and will visit
s Mr. and Mrs E. M. Murray of during the twelve of his Mrs.. Jay Newton on W. Palm his brother and family, Mr. and
Geo. W. Turner yean absence -
Mn Jr.. MnL. .
Arlington, Ga., announce the birth he ha been avenue. Mrs. Sam TomassI, for the winter
L. Bow and'the Misses Esther of. n eight-pound traveling extensively
r and Helen Livingston attended the Myrna, on Oct. I, Mr. daughter having visited Cuba, Mrs.. James Byte of Miami spent
Murray Is
South America, the Canal Zone Mrs. B. H. Edward and her son-
meeting of the Fort Dallas Chap.
f a brother of Ceo. L. Murray of Thursday and Friday of last week
, ter of the O. E. S. in Biscayne and various other points. in-law and daughter Mr. and
Homestead whom be visited visiting her mother Mn. B. U.
several .
I Temple at Miami Monday night Mrs. Henry Brooker, were weekend
. .- year ago, Mn. Catherine Putter arrived guests of Mr. and Mrs.. O. C. Edwards.

l+ J:. F. Manhall Sr., his accepted Mr. and Mn Lamar Wednesday from North Haven, Ledlow of Fort Pierce. Fla
Freemanand Conn. Mn. Potter, who made the Unanlmollll"There'
a position ai bookkeeper with the
! Mn. Wm.T. Kepp, all of Wau. trip by bus, celebrated her like the
60th Instrument
Preston B. Bird Motor Co.Mn. chula, are visiting Mrs Memben ot the young married seas
t Kepp'smother birthday while on the trip here, set of the Community church Sun- bagpipes."
r Sid L. Kendrick and IOn Mollie Thomas, Mr. and was delightfully surprised by day school will be entertained at "Thank goodness for that!"

6 Ted !left Wednesday morning fort and Mn. Herman Thomas and her fellow.pa Jencen when they the church Friday evening. Edinburgh Dispatch.
Jacksonville when they will visit Mr. presented her with two lovely
and Mrs. Ted Thomas.
a few day with relative and Mr. boxes of candy and many happy
and Mrs. A. D.
Fogle had
friend return of the day.:
M dinner guests Sunday Mr. and GET YOURDRIVER'S
.. M-u.-: Mn. J L. Davis of I
"Mr, and Hindman Miami Mill Elise Schmidt and M.
had as week-end guests, Mr. Hind- Weeds, of Vlnclnnes Ind, were
I,' man's cousins Mr. and Mrs W. Mn O. W. Calkin Is spending Sunday guests at the home of Mr LICENSEAT
7. Hindman of Miami Shore and s few weeks visiting in Daytona and Mn Fritz Schroeder.E. I
! their daughter, Lucille. Beach. OFFICE OF JUSTICE OF THE PEACEIN
W. Severy, of Miami was a
,. Mn. E. A. Ames, Mrs. A. A. E. F. Marshall, Jr. who enlistedIn Sunday visitor In town. HOMESTEAD
Payne and Mn. Adrian Jacobs the U. S. navy a month ago, left
were luncheon guests of Mrs. Carl Wednesday morning for Norfolk William J. Geronlmo returned Sid L. KendrickODD
t Flowity In Miami Wednesday. Va, where he will begin his training Friday from the Veteran's hospital -
c I at Bay Pines. FELLOWS: BLDG.
Mil Vera Rheney returned to
her home here Saturday after a Mr. and M.... A. L. Hutchinson Merle Ridley arrived: Saturday
trip to the New York World's Fair
and to Canada with her uncle and
aunt, Dr. and Mn. W. L, Shackle-
lord of West Palm Beach.

Donald Ames left by plane
Wednesday for the Costa Rica
banana plantation of his father, E.
A. Ames of Redland.
The Rev. George H. Kicks returned -
Thursday of last week

from Jacksonville, where, he, attended -
a"Meeting' 6f the Presbyterian -

Synod of Florida.J. ",

L A. Pollard arrived Monday OLDSMOBILEgoes
from Bedford Va, to join his wife
and daughter and spend the win-
ter In Homestead

Miss Virginia ;Porsey Min
Elizabeth Mcllwaln and William
McMichael enrolled last week in FOR
the Homestead Business College

'Mrs. John L Scarborough returned 194QBIG&ER
last week from a vacationof
10 day spent In Elklns, W. Va.

Mrs. O. F Ekey has' returned to Pi L xX #r {

her home in Lake Worth after u
spending ten days with her father
and mother, Mr. and Mn. J. R.
Hlckson,while Mr. Hlckson was 111

Miss Helen Henderson'; has returned t t, t f '
to her home in Atlanta ,
after visiting her uncle and aunt,
Dr .and Mrs. B. E. Gatlin.

Ceo L. Murray and Fred Suber
spent the week-end in Jacksonville -
-:. on business.

Mrs. r. M. Hlckson, mother of
Mrs. J. R. Hlckson, and Miss Virginia -
Wallace, niece of Mn. J. R wd,
Hlckson, arrived Sunday from
Nathalie Va., to spend the winter
wltt. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hlckson.
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gain 1st 'Town* and Ie IIYDm.1ttmcBlOClla

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BIG a1sWa b 19040 III the hietuel.. la the popular-frio Said, J''KS. '=d'iw.. rte-w We Nwa -In.and sew It'e
get and better OtdswaobU the new Seventy la larger ">..rr..._.. ...... gee aW::=._ rt.es.se aasing ....:::.-et
C>n ** -.Mol
three stunning now car and now than ever. While lor jo= .: It red lefty sesaeg,
each a bigger and better p.fueI Its clientele ,.... a 1. t
t eight-cylinder: w Ta ChMI ....w4" NmWs5 INDIA,
Buyers of win Oldsmobile Introduces H".0. ) .. gy....,..... ..
tow.pilued oar the .a V::;::: busy."", :; (1).....,Old-
find the new Sixty longer new Custom Cruiser, a s..r,..." s a.,v. w"' ....... .U7..D....,.,.....
f. and roomier,wtthaBJ H.P. longer,wider Eight that' T_... a./ -"f "w.._....011"0....h.. 810
row s. of' w r qonly$37antra l
; Econo. Master Engine deluaelhrouchol&t.8eethe ..lrs w.vw..w ease en ag Oids-. 1. faleeof: I
. that saves etUI more oa new Oldsmobile today :-
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I r . Social Events in South ,Dade U U I



Us* old rose with fold and-a bit Oeo. D. Ruehle, treasurer; and 21-1 Miss T.Oct.A. at .-I p. m. Mist Lola Erailie Eoberts daughter wore a green hat with a short veil
Elinor Payne, historian. torium. I of) Mr. and Mr*. Dan M. Roberts Her corsage was of coral gladioli)
of Copenhagen blue In your living
It would have vivacity I Mn. Lela B. Norman, treasurer Oct 13.- of Redland, wa married to Miss Holferty' wore a triple sheer
room you Consumer Tax with Mn. A. A. Robert rose crepe. She wore a wheat
and aoclablUty reign then, Dr. of the National I Holland of) Miami Saturday,
Morton Held of Miami told the Commission, Inc., executive chairman Oct 13.--T : Oct. 7, at 4 p. rn., In the home of 'colored hat.
member of the University Club In | of the National Coral Cables with Mr. and 'the bridegroom' brotherinlawand A reception for the couple wa j
( and chairman for I Oct. 11- I hald''Efter the ceremony. After a '
League; publicity
a talk on 'C'-o101'-e Smile or a I abler. Mr. and Mr*. Howard .
Frown" at a dinner meeting In I the Miami branch of the National I Club in Neva Wheeler In Fort Mjen. wedding trip throughout the state,
the Green Lantern Restaurant League of American Pen Women, at 2:30 o'clock. The ceremony wa performed the couple will live at 174 N, E.
Wednesday night! will speak on hidden taxes at theI Oct 18. Social In the living room by the Rev. 47th street in Miami. ,
I next meeting, Nov. 8, at the home ior Woman' Mn. Holland, daughter of f
Dr. Held was Introduced by Miss I Kennedy, pastor of the Fort Myen a one
'of MM. Lonnie Hood, Mill Haut Oct 10.- j of Redland' pioneer families a
Bertha Nlll Haiuman, program Presbyterian Church before an was
chairman, after the annual election man announced. meeting of Improvised altajL banked with hibiscus. I born In Redland. She waa graduated .
In which all officers were re- I Mn. Hindman announced the at 7p.m.Oct. I from Redland High 'School

elected. Mra B. M. Hindman the i following committee for the grand IT..Jolnt Miss Eleanor Holferty of South I In 1831 a* an honor student and

president, presided. i(I finale of the bridge tournament: S. circle at AUapattah Gardens and Frank 1 later attended Centenary: College

Use yellow at the dominant color i!,refreshment Mr*. Julian H. Webster Park. Race of Coral Cable were the attendants -< I In Shreveport, La., where she was .
In the library, Dr. Held advised, I Mr*. Richard Huff Miss Emily: Oct. 18.- Jennlelee Wheeler, I* member of Alpha PI Delta Sorority ,
with Mr. and Mr
If would help concentration! Jones; grand prize, Mist Payne niece of the bridegroom was the I For the past two yean she
an Iou re.n. the harmonizing color, !i M.... Theo Moore, 14.... George i iI Oct. 18. ) ring bearer. I has been connected with the county
in the dining room If you would I Polk, Mia Jewel Turner, Miss, Auxiliary in The bride wore) dark green 1 tax assessor's office In Miami. .
Oct. 18.
discourage indigestion. In the Helen Bixler, Miss Margaret Arm, crepe ensemble with accent of Mr. Holland I* a contractor and .
P. T. A. in Neva
sleeping rooms UM pastel Unit and Miss Kathryn Davis; and table I gold at the neck and wrist. She, I builder in Miami. i; ,
In the hall, red to show warmth 'prize Mn. B. O. Dye. Mn. James ,| torlum at 3 p. m.Oct.

and cordiality, he aald. Bird, Mrs. Rudolph Mattaon, Mrs. with .Miss 18.- MRS. J. D. REDD ELECTED PRESIDENTOF J
In distusslng the effect of color Ben Archer, Miss Helen Daniel I I I
Oct 20. MUSIC CLUB )
In clothing Dr. Held explainedthat Member of these committee will AT FIRST FALL MEETING
given at Mn.
+ red raises the blood pressure; serve a* hostesses for the evening. -- 1
home by "
pink give a feeling of ease and rive new members, Mr*. Lawrence I II Mn J. D. Redd was elected Mrs. Howard Johnson played a
i Oct. 20.-Mee
aelf-confldence; orange stimulates Becker, Mrs. Frank Webb, ) president of) the Monday Music "Melodic", by Padenw kl. The
of O. Ii:. I
depleted nerve and Its brighter Mrs Bevo Webb, Mr*. W. B. Mill Chapter ) Club at its opening meeting of the Choral Club sang "Blue Danube", ,
Oct. 20.
shades add a touch of aggressive- I and Mia Eleanor Holferty, were' fall season at the home of Mn. by Strauss Mr. Gel M. Frick
new; yellow la powerful like aun- added to the) club roll. : Auxiliary with Bevo Webb with Mr*. T. J. Faustas gave a short talk on Polish music

light, and It feed the nerve; Those present were: Dr. Held ings. 'Joint hottesi. and composers; Mr*. Ed!: Gallaher ;
green produce harmony; indigo and Mrs. John Hamilton of Miami,' Oct. 20.- Other officer elected were:' talked on the memoirs of Paderew- I
with Mr.
and Mn.
acts a* a. anaesthetic and a dark Mn. Frank Hauamao. Mn. W. R. 1 Oct. 20. Mr*. Clarence Gray, first vice- ski; and Mn. H. Collier gave a
blue bulb on a thlrty.watt light lathe Bird U... X. B, Blackburn, Mr. riaa President; Mr. H. C Nichols, set- current event en Chopin. 1to
bedroom la a remedy for In. Howard Johnson !.ire. Hood. Mrs, Auxiliary and vice-president; Bin. Lloyd The roll caii was answered with
somnla blue and Paid Reynolds, MM. R. J. Elliott: ,I Holferty.:
; navy midnight ; Oct 20.- Delta; recording secretary; Mn. name of Polish and American I
blutn. depressing; Mack 1* even Mr Hlndman. *. W. M. Flfteld with Mn. B. M. Gas M. Prick, corresponding secretary composers c
won; gray it for the person with Mr*. Bleier, Mn. Dye Mn. Buehle'l'' Mrs. Gee. D. ; Mn A. W. Hutchinson The next meeting will be Nov.

a radiant personality; and purple Mn. Archer, Mr*. Frank ,. Oct U. treasurer:; Mn Prank Webb, hlttorian 13 at the home of Mrs. Frank ,
1* the color: spirituality. I Mr*. Mill. Mr*. Becker Mr*.1 Lobdea Circle- ; him W. ... fifield parliamentarian Hausman with Miss Berth Mil ,, (
Offbeat reflected beside kin.Hlndman Mattsoa, Ills Alette Vercoe, Mia Mrs. Carl (
Livingston. ; Wagner and Hausman as joint hostess.Those .
president are: Mill Daniel, Mlat Hausman Miss Bell- Oct. IS_' Mr*. Cray, program committee; present were: Mn. Lewis
Hausman, vice-president; Mn. rent Mia saves. Mis Jones, Miss with Mr. and Mrs Mr Lee H. Lehman, publicity Brandenburg, Mrs. W R. Bird, I
Theo J. Bleler, secretary; ; Mr*. (Continued on rage Twelve) committee Mn. "V. E. Joe
Oct J..- ; Rheney, Mn. Elder Mr R. E. Edwards ,!
da flower committee Mr*. Keith Foulk, Mrs. O.I. .
SHOWER HONORS MRS. ROBERT CASSUBE, Oct. .-- / Mrs. Gray presented a programon i Gault, Mn. B E..Gatlin, Mrs. L. nI nI:np

I WHO WAS FORMERLY MISS BETTY BOWEN I land Ladle Aid Polish music and composers; L. Hood, Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson I
munity Church. Mn. Frank Hausman played Pad- Mr. A. M. Logan, Mn. W. B. Mill, 1Ii
erewski'r "Menuet a L'Antique" Continued Twelve
Oct. M- ; ( on Pale )

Mn. Robert Cattub, who wst, Howard Lamb, Mn. R. E. Sherard, Music Club with IJ'I"I J

Miss Betty Bowea before her marriage .. Mn. P. J. franklin, Mr A. at o'clock.: 's'L

en Sept 23, wa honored a l t Relchert. Mr*. Herman Mark, ." j 0 "...OUI on.a .. r !L ......",
Mn. Herbert Turner, Mrs. S. L.West MRI. TirOS. D
a miscellaneous shower Tuesday r Mrs C. H. Denby Mn. M. ON & P. W. C. 1g
afternoon In the Woman' Club>> F. White, Miss Pearl Whitaker, 1ll
building by Mn. S. E. McClung, Min Martha West and Miss Geraldlne 'Pioneer 11L
Mn. J. S. Horton and Mr*. O. H Reitt. topic of the ,
Sulllvin. Those lending gift were: Mrs. the meeting ot
Bunco and bridge were played I James Bird. Mn. Frank Webb, Professional
during the afternoon Mn. Henry r Mn VT. J. Clerk. Mr*, P. B. Bird, luck dinner C

Johnson won high score prize In Sr, 14.... A. R. Singleton, Mn. Hospitality Home. lACK rOLK 34
bridge; Mn. Gordon Ivey, second I Robert Glenn Jr., Mrs. Richard Brewer, a pioneer HOWARD JOHNSON J.

prize; and Mrs. frank Belts, low Huff, Mrs. T. T. Bowen, Mr*. land, will be the) Homestead na. Phones a. and 9101I lJ
score prize. Mrs. Harold Oxfordwon I Stanley Wlttkop, Mrs Bruce Ennl,* Mrs Flora D. 1'1

the high score prize In bunco;;: Mr. Given Victor, Mr. T. J. Faust, the club, will give at
Mn. Barley Dendy: second prize;: Mrs, Fletcher Bryant, Mrs. Bevo neer Women of ,a
and Mr*. Wm. Mustelwhlte, lov. Webb M.... Francis Freeman, Mrs. 144111

Mn. W. B. Caves, Jr., won the cut; T. McGamh, Mrs. W. E. Rheney, "Dr. Leonard SPECIAL VALUE COMBINATION FtT
prize. Mr*. Henry Brooker, Mn. Julian (
apaskrl.Me in 11:
Pineapple sherbet and Individual H. Webster, Mrs. Adrian Jacob, rauae end abe
iced cake were served Mr*. John L. Scarborough Mn MI 31
Others present were: Mrs C. Frank Morris. Mn. W. H. Woods, l tat t spCie

B. Barnes, Mrs. A. M. Logan Mr. Mr* Paul Leaner, Mr. W.re. Wal. 141 cC..N.wr.M. Ale
Carl Anderson, Mr Curtis Monroe ton, Mr. X. A. Buchanan, Mn M. .. Klellz TOOTH BRUSH ( tic

Mr*. Paul Reynolds, Mr*. 0 Jacobsen, Mr*. Dexter Home, j atan
Frank irwin. Jr., Mrs Fielding Mr*. C. J. Dyal. Mrs. C. M. Borrow Na's:'I" yet" Is palectles tar cal
Ruff Mrs, Ansel Barrow, Mn. A. Mn. Pauline Hlnman, Mrs. %* A. 31 protests coaled bad wafts-we as r tae
'-. to ..IeOat "keeslt.t .f colds. other I.
O. Cain, Mrs. J. A. Webb Iwo awe
Mn. V. Wilson Mn. W. R. Bird Mn. A. "
stifles ,... ... tWt ....... 2k
L. Harris, Jr., Mrs. W. R. Home, R Livingston Miss Hazel Pen.nington. Vale. KUNZO TA ............... ajar
Mn. C. A. Campbell Mrs. J. D. Mia Ethel Nixon and w Mel Voodoo. MlstAruL pm
Perkins, Mn. Oeo. M. Flick. Mrs. Min Helen west. = e terIs
iz REGULAR 74c VALUE 49c 1l.Jln

REDLAND LADIES: AID TO at the home of Mill Nina Dyal a 'Ne THESE AM j 2S3 PRODUCT
HAVE; BENEFIT SUPPER Mist Dyal WM elected vice-presi tae

The Redland Ladles'Aid decidedat dent; Miss Betty Brown, treasurer SARsn

its regular meeting lit the Min Mary Grace English, secretary J
Redland Community Church yesterday and publicity chairman; Md Corns Of f fAce

afternoon to sponsor a Barbara Done scrap book PIMIf- REX nUB 75c Lift am
benefit supper la the church bn nan. n > ALhleIe' ,.b E bat

Oct 29 A program will be prevented A scavenger hunt fofclast Chalr-I In em "de Ru N.seed h sac aNelos, ; ......... lb,
was planned for the rug 664 .
following the as owns Just apple I
supper. w
boo epee a PURETEST
Those Re'Y.and ace...1.1I Doris Ware, Mis 89c Raaet cw..sa/ end Not of
attending .
wen: the Horton Mist France Lamb and Latent ,... COD m'Ea OIL.___ to,._ we took. Ie htW
Mr C. 0, Nelson Mrs. F. W.Stillman. {
Miss Betty Jan coq is wade M 4. ..,.
Mr Carrie
All el ISM*, We
Mr*. Thorn Brewer, Mrs Anna 1' PURETEST 5s) Is
Meetertmlth, Mrs. H. J. Armstrong KEBCKAIM TO DONOR Shelton Therm* Kabul 08 Cap*.le*_ a.Tier'
i and Mr*, Goo W. Turner STATE PRESIDENT WI"" Cern solvent '
Jr. Plan were made for entertaining I Land ...... I 7
the state Rebekah president, ..a. PURE Tablets.-50 e
Mr Ida Seaaholea at the meetingof BIKE'S Cad Liver Oil. 25
MIS JAMIE RICHARDS NEW the Liberty Rebekah Lodge In I

PRESIDENT or OKORirr the ". O. O. F. hall Monday night, It %M,.OOUCf Peestan
r Miss Jamie Richard was ..lectedJdeoIIt Mn Seejhole win make leer of. IN..c..-.- 1'IJ'
of the Kappa Phi Delta ficial visit here during UM firs

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October 13, 1939 _--0 THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Par Nine

I JUNIOR MUS1O CLUB TO I aerial Ptn..t N... W. B., Myriek, SMJBCTION O! BOM IS
American compose will be 1 A. Wise "What Unpaid Tithe are Hiss Eunice Grady:county horn
[ Social Events II studied this year, it wa decidedat Doing1 lira. Frank Irwin; "The ,demonstration agent gave a talk
the opening meeting of the year I Great Commission and the Luis ,on c the election of hoe a* to
ot the Junior Music Club In the Moon Christina Offering." shad, texture and uaa at the
Homestead High School music l Mrs Gordon Xvey, Mr*. C. It. meeting of the Homestead Home.
I Denby and Mrs A. E. Paul .
room Wednesday afternoon. songseveral Demonstration Club meeting yt*
WOMAN'S CLUB DISCUSSES SCHOLARSHIPSAT Jack McMichael was reflected election accompanied by terday afternoon In the Neva King
Mrs J. Lee Smith.It .
president; Valerie Campbell was Cooper School.
ITS FIRST METTING OF FALL SEASON elected vice-president; Betty Lou wa* announced that the ascoclatlotial Mlaa Grady displayed the new
Harris, secretary; and Kathleen I < W. M. U. meeting wouldbe fall dress materials and vases
Mr. Harry D. Wolfe, presidentof scholarship fund. It wa decided I Wagner, treasurer. held la the Central Baptist boxes and plaque made of Italian
the Woman1 Club of Homestead to send the name of a The vice-president I* chairmanof Church In Miami oa Oct 21. Mrs. clay The results of the last work
appointed her: committee I a candidate for the l the program committee and wild H. Collier president presided over meeting picture made of copper
chairmen at the first meeting of Anyone wishing to ICholarahtp.1 be assisted by Mary Therklldson the business meeting and aluminum iheetingi, WIN
the fall teaton. Tuesday afternoonin of a girl must notify Mrs. Wolfe or and France Rutland. A yearbookI I shown
the club building. I,:Mr*. Shanklln before Oct. 24. : being planned for the club. HKS E. P. COWEN HONORED It wa announced that a work
The chairmen are: civic, Mr*. The president appointed Mn. Stephen C Foster will be studied AT MISCELLANEOUS SHOVtKKMr meeting would be held 0* Nov .T
E. J. Dyal; membership, Mrs. T. J. Geo. W. Harris, Mrs. White, Mn. at the next meeting ..tbe I X. P. Cowen, wife of the to atari Italian clay modeling
Faust and Mr*. A. F. Arthur; Johson, Mrs Foulk and Miss Pearl: home of Betty Lou on Oct. 26 announced pastor of the Princeton Nazarene which will be completed at the
house and grounds, Mrs. M. F. Whltaker as delegate to the Dade the sponsors Mrs. C. Hat-I Church was honored at a Btlacellaueou next business meeting on Nov. ..
Whit*; visiting and flower, Mrs. County Federation to be held at let Rice' and Mn Geo. K Wake- shower givea at the Monogram wttt be etched on glue.
W. K. Walton; Junior department Biscayne Tempi In Miami on field of the Monday Music: dub. ,church by member GIlts missionary .t the work meeting en Nev. 'T.
Mrs. A. M. Logan; program, Mrs., Oct. 24, Members of the club are: Merle society yesterday afternoon. Mrs Boy wtttenwytar, Mr*. W.
B. II:. Gatlln; press and publicity, An idea' o( having the club establish January Mary Therklldson Phyllis Various games and contest wan W. Bathes astd Mr*. W. W. Haste
" Mr*. H. K. Foulk; aviation, Mrs. a local vocational scholarship Jensen, Shirley Davis, Lydia played during the afternoon. Ice trigs, the hostess, served nut
W. E.: :Rheney; resolution, Mr*. W. fund and have It alternate between Vlhlen, Kathleen Lloyd Valeria II cream and cake were served cane sad punch.
D Bishop: scholarship. Dr. Irene a girl and boy wa dls-* Campbell, Betty Lou Harris, France Those present were: Mrs Those present were Mr*. Earl
Shanklin; scrap book, Mr*. Carrie cussed. Mr*. Bow made a motion and Ruth Rutland, Barbara i Henry French Mrs. Fred Fuchs, Cravey, Mrs. A. D. Smith Mr R.
Crowton; library, Mrs. Annie R. that the club donate one dollar to Jean Wakefield, Marion Anderson, Mr Pete Morgan. Mn. Ira King B. Edward, Mr*. S. A. RMng. Mr*.
Butler, educational, Mrs. W. D. the Vera Simmons scholarship Frank Hagler Rice, Frank Haua- I Mrs. C, D. Smith. Mrs. C. L. Russell Halnea, Mrs. J. A. Hooks,
Bishop; way and 'me.M. Mr. fund and she gave the club the man and Jack McMlchaeL 1011'1.I Mathuv Mr*. J. L Underwood. Mrs. Gee, N. Wakefield, Mr*.
Henry Johnson; beautification, money for this purpose. J. D. :Redd,'' president of the Monday Mrs. C. A. Underwood, Mrs. C. T. Frank: Schneider, Mn. Fred Suber,
14m Joel J. Robinson and all other A motion was made that Mn Music Club Mrs. Wakefielit Anderson, Mn James Murray, Mrs. A. M. Logan, Mrs. Bert As-
officer; advisory, Mr*. Robinson Wolfe's and Mrs. Arthur' name and Mn. Rice were present also, Mrs. Gladys Burry Mrs. J. E... drew, Mr*. O. C Radford. Mra
Mn. Johnson Mr*. Logan Mrs. be placed' on the nomination list Home. Mrs. M. M. Blackstone Mia Carl Anderson, Mn Pearl Cooper
Foulk Mr. Wolfe; and poet lau a* vice-president and secretary- MISS JOAN GRAHAM GIVEN Mildred Chambers and Miss Ruby Mrs. Joe Simonton, Mrs. Wlttn
reate Mr*. L. L. Bow.A treasurer, respectively of the fed- SURPRISE BRIDAL SHOWER Benson. wyler Mrs. Bethea, Mn. Hastingsand
check for five dollar wa vent eration. A meeting of the federation Miss Joan uranam, bride-elect Those tending gift were: MnR Mia Or.d,.
to the federation for the county will be held In Fort Lauderdale of Julian Richardson of Miami, A. Cash. Mrs W.tbe Cash, Mrs. -
on Nov. 14. wa surprised at a miscellaneous I Thompson, Mr* Lance:, The Homestead P. T. A. will hold
AD ASTRA TO ENTERTAIN New members of the club are: shower yesterday afternoon at the 'Mn. Lydia Goasman,. Mrs. W. L. its October meeting In the Java
OFFICERS OF DISTRICT M Mrs. E. E. Pickering, Mrs. Arthur home of Mrs. A. D. roil In Ma- 'Chamber, Mrs. Tom Brantleyand King Cooper School auditorium
Plan to entertain the matron Oudd, Mrs. Paul Carson, Mn. Joe ranJa. Mrs. Warner Baxter. Wednesday afternoon at a o'clock.:
sad patron of District 29 on Oct. Hall Mrs. B. M. Hindman and The house wa decorated with
2*, were made at the meeting of Mn. J, D. Perkins. cut flower Various game and
Ad Astra Chapter of the O. E. Mn. Henry Ruegg the hostess, contests were played. Cake and
S. Friday night in the I. O. a F. served punch and cake. punch were served. I
hall. Other members present were: i. Guest present were: Mrs. H.
The Chapter charter wa draped Mrs. White Mrs. Ruegg, Mrs. Bow D. Bowers, Mrs R. C. Jackson !I
la memory of Henry Carter who Mrs. Arthur Mrs. Harris, Mr*. I Mrs: G. W. Driggers, Mn. C Z '
died during the lummer. Crowson, Dr. Shanklin, Mr. I Eichenberger Mrs. C G Calder- '
The member of the Chapterwere Logan, Mrs Butler Mrs. Robinson wood Mrs H. A. Mahan, Mr A.l
Invited to attend a meeting Mr, a E.: Gattin,.Mrs Foulk, D. Fogle Jr., Mrs. Geo L FolIo
., of the Masons tonight to hear the Miss Whitaker. Mrs. T. B Leach I Mr*. A E Crasser Mr*. Carl Wag-1 I
Grand Matter' jt,the state. talk, was a guestEPISCOPAL nero Mrs. H. H. Graham, Mrs. Ole 1 1I
The next meeting will be held Peterson, Mill Annie Kyle Mis1Katherine 1
On Oct. 20. AUXILIARY TO I Fortenderry, Miss Virginia -
Those present were: Mr. and HAVE: CANDY AND BAKE SALEA Love of Miami, Miss Lucille
Mrs. W. B. Cave, Mr. and Mr. candy and bake sale to be Driggers Miss Marjorie Fogle and 'I
A R, Livingston, Mr*. Lloyd held downtown Saturday was Miss Graham. j 1
: Delta. Mr*. Frank Morris, Mr*. planned at the meeting of the Those tending gift were: Mr.i I
E J. Dyal, Mr*. J. W. English Mn.R. Episcopal Auxiliary Friday at the A. G. Trlpp, Mn. V. Watts, Mrt.I
W. Mulllna, Mrs Ceo. Turner home of Mrs. J. J:. Gauzen Wilbur Reed Mn. J. C. Hobson I
Jr, Mr. A. R. Meybem..Mrs. W. H. Mrs Gauzen presented a program Mr*. J. L. Lake Mrs. W. H. Russell I t
j}Sheffield Mr*. Robert Harris, Mr*. on United. Thank Offering. Mn. W. T. Smith Mn. J. M.1! t, 1 i
> L, L Bow. Mn. J. A. Daugherty, Mn. A H. Singleton, custodian of Brown, Miss Shirley Harkness and, _
t Mn. J.,P. Dye; Mrs. Herbert Katz the United Thank Offering announced Miss Louise Everett.P. I
.Mrs. Q. R. Oldendorf. Mrs VirR that the presentation of I
R ,!!lIe Edwards, Mill Hazel Sullivan the offering would be held at com T. A. MEMBERS D I
: Misses H.len.nd Esther munion service on Nov. 1. Mrs. I TO TEA FOR COUNTY HEAD
,Livingston and Miss Alice Mae- WBV Hastings, chairman of the I All P. T. A. members of the dis-j
t comber.Mr. Foreward Movement Booklet, gave trict are Invited to attend the tea
f and Mrs. Ralph Moon Mrs.I,the booklet to the member to be given by the Dade County I
,Ceo. W. Turner Jr., Mrs, :R. W. Mn. Hastings will entertain, the Council of Parent and Teachers' does more than beautify
Mulllna Mr* Lloyd Delta. Mr*. Auxiliary at the next meeting on in honor of Its president, Mrs.I I pAINT
''J. W. English, Misses Helen and Oct. 20.Those. Leonard B. Haskln. I I your home and make it more at
Esther Livingston Miss EttU: present were! Mr. W. J. The tea will be given In the,
Tumer and Miss Alice Macomber,: Clark, Mn. Frank Hausman, Mrs. Earllngton Height School In' tractive. Paint protects and acts as
attended a school of instruction in i J. A. Hooks Mrs. W. K. Has. Mn. Miami Tuesday afternoon from Ii|
Corsl Gables on Saturday. Geo. N. Walufleld Mr. W. R. to 8 o'clock. j an armor against the onslaughts of
Bird, Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, Mrs. R.
TOM THUMB WEDDING I F. Blackford Mrs. Singleton Mrs. CIRCLE GIVES PROGRAM I wind and rain and moisture and sun.
, A "Tom Thumb" wedding will A program, "The Great Commit-1,
U the feature at a silver tea to be MOTION PICTURE SHOWN AT sloe and W. M. U. Chief AIm j, If the paint on your home has begunto
t sponsored by the members of the PRESBYTERIAN Tithe and Offering" wa* present..
Gleaners Class of the First Bap. ; ed by Circle One of the Woman, crack, peel, or show signs of giving
l tilt Church next Friday, Oct. 20 A motion picture of the potato i Misstoaary Union Wednesday at.
i at the home of Mr. and Mrs. How Industry la this section was shownat I ternoon at a general meeting at the, way to Enemy Weather, let us checkup
ard Johnson at 7:30 o'clock. The a Ladle Night program of the :First Baptist Church, ,
I money will be wed for the bund- Presbyterian M..'.-Club meeting I Mrs. Pete Morgan, leader of I and tell you how,you save now by
I''" tag fund ot Ole church. Friday bight at the home of Mr. Circle One, had charge of the pro.I
i Sylvia Serves will be the bride I and Mn. A. F. Arthur.Mr. I' gran. She also gave a talk on a new protective coating.If .
and Jackie Polk the groom. Bridesmaids Arhr, treasurer of the "The Great Commission sad Civ*
are: Amelia Hope Witt, church, gave a report of the finance Ing.". Other talks were given by I
LaureH Walker Loulae Allen,I *. Mrs. C. E.: Saunders "God' Fin-! wish take advantage of the
you ,
Mains Runty and Carat Hardee. A ham dinner wa served by the i
'Jtaiaay Watson le to be th* Wet' Ladle Auxiliary of the church. F1IA :Modernization Credit Plan,
_0. Usher are: Billy Allen I' Those present were: Mr. and i
UOly Caves Billy Smith Carl Mrs. John Dagelman., Mr. and Evelyn Cooke I which allows you to paint at once
9*lta and Dexter Horn. Jr. Par Mrs. J, W. Irwin Mr. and Mrs. W.
l trfcial Walton I* to be flower girl H.Owens Mr. and Mr J. R Hit*- Studio of Dancing I and pay for the jell in convenient
l son.Mr MIl ,Mr*,,J, II:. McClung;
. Mr. and Mr*, R..t.: Trotter. Mr. I = monthly Installments.
Home parent aad Mrs. D.P. Blake Mr. and Mn. New has elasse ea
t Paul Haley, Dr and Mn.,Carl,F Monday Thursday AftenMeta! I
; MIDLAND p. T. A. MEETS Robinson Mr. and Mr* R. ,Y. CALL US TODAY!
. ,KiriS! AFTERNOON I' Burr, Mr. sad U M-Holferty; InHospitality I
) The Redland P. T A. will hold' Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. M. Frick. Mr.
its first meeting of the year at' and Mrs. W. M. FlfleU, Mr. and ,
1 House Homestead
1 o'clock this afternoon la the Mr*. A. F. DarHag, Mn. Hazel "",,
Rvdland School auditorium Dagelman, Mu Nettie Wall, Mrs.
I' The faculty quartette composed I. A. Rick, Mrs. T. L. Hodges. AD tnw ef awing i
. ."f / Q. Caldwell Clarence Cray Mrs Geo. D. :Ruehle, Mr*. McValn.Mr T.PolCJ'baUc.'b.l1et, ballroom ; Brooker Lumber Co.
Leslie Stanley and D. R. Snyder *. A. A. Payne Mn. C Ben i I
}(Will stag several sel.ctionason the Plummer Mrs. B. E:, Gatlln, MIlt
program. Euta Ray L G. Rugglea, the Rev. CLASS INSTRUCTION
The association wUl bold Its Geo. IL :Rick, Chester Hawley, fee per lease *r $4 per month I Homestead, Fla. Phone 62Friday !
on the second Friday'ef Wm. Payne and Mr. and Mr*.

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INTRAMURAL CLUBACTIVITIES popu'alar this week a* our record

will how [Qhe seventh and

eighth grades, 30 boy have signed
11 Homestead High-Lights \ By Eiwia'cooper up. Paddle tennis: a game derived

; Football has occupied the center from tennis, has a court about
wmrrTEN BT MEMBERS or Tins HOMESTEAD JUNIOR men SCHOOL JOURNALISM CLUB 1 one-half the site of a tennis court
of Interest among the students this and wooden paddle are used Instead *
I week. By the first of the week of the string racket Other.
f High School was read to the members by I i,Rile)** book-Mrs. George W
fifteen games will have been wise from this It 1* very much like
The senior clan has already a I Jamie Richards. The duties of Harris. played by the teams of the ninth. ,regular tennis. It is believed that
\ 100 per cent P. T. A. membership. etch committee were discussed tenth, eleventh and twelfth grade I this port will become more popular
and explained. New membersfor Jane Clinton, who was !
\ i Betty while twelve game will have been as time passes on and the students -
i Mr. Hester' class has chosen a. the year are: John Little from formerly In Miss Jackson' first played by the seventh and eighth become more accustomed to !
home room mother., Mr*. Ben the ninth grade, Harry Martin grade, ha been transferred to grades. The seventh and eighth playing. I
from the tenth, Lester Archer
i Archer and Mn. A. R. Meybem. South Miami grades conducting a round i i
'from the eleventh, and Nina Dyal are Plan have been completed for
} T. Godwin tin resigned M president robin tournament; that Is, each making a horseshoe throwing pit
from the twelfth grade For the I
and Jack Sullivan, being The first grade pupils enjoyed team plays each other team twice. between the Welt wall of the gym I
will be heldevel"1
.: vice president, become president. present meetings afternoon. making owl for Hallowe'en in However,the ninth,tenth, eleventh and N. W. Second avenue. This 1
The Juniors elected Lester Archer Monday their first art Alison In the high and twelfth grade have conducted port 1* more for the student that I
representative to the student council school art room a double elimination tournament; are unable to compete in the more
thus filling a vacancy. I ELEMENTARY NEWS In other words, a team has to be strenuous games Next to the !
Miss Bow'i room elected clan Mrs Dye's room wa first In the Mrs.Edwards' room has two new defeated twice before being elimi horseshoe pit will be shuffleboard 1
officer ai follows: president, Leslie elementary school: to have a 100 pupils, Bonnie Swindle, tint grade, nated. There will be considerable courts. These will be laid off on
Cheshire; vice-president Kith- per cent P. T. A. membership and Burnlce Creel, second grade. excitement around the football the street as the tract an f
!reef Freeman; secretary, Marjorie They are also building a'regularlibrary field Monday a* the championship I" blocked off during school hour
Connor; treasurer, James Nesbltt corner in their room. Mrs. Thurman'i room I I. makinga games will be played. This At noon there Is a great deal of
There will be a counter for book garden. Everyone I* working will mark the end of the football activity among the students as
New books are being added to and another for the checking of, for P T. A. membership. season. II they are allowed to play paddle
the library, Recent additions are: books Continued From Page Eleven)
I I. Paddle tennis has been very (
History of American Labor I Mrs Wynn' fifth and sixth
Beard; "Sir Roger De Coverly,". The Club the I have "Good Oral+
Citizenship gave 1 grade begun a !
Addison and Steel; "Contemporary following I program In Miss Ray's 'English Club" which meet !
America's Best Washer "Buy"Electric
Drama Dickinson "The
; Patriot"earl
room trflj10yltterQoQn.. Bobby Friday They select a new chOlr.j
Buck "Keturah Cam
: Harris I* chairman of the entertainment man every two weeks I NAWY
'Round Horn, Ada C. Darby; committee. sides at the meeting. The members '
': Goodbye, Mr. ChipsJamesHilton 1111110E
AnnOl1ncer-Dobby Harris.ElectricaLSetrationBobby. choose a new topic to discuss Y es
; "Oil for the Lamp of each week. This week's topic is,
\ China," Mrs Hobart; "Voice of ; "Fire Prevention
\ Bugle Ann," McKinley Kanbon; |
'; "Jungle Book," Rudyard Kipling; Poem, <"ThJp4oon"Austln. I The fourth grade Is very Inter- I
"Boy King Arthur," Sir Thomas Story, :yqjfcey Mouse-Bobby ested in the new aquarium in their I
+ Malory; "Se U of the Mighty," Sir Monroe. .,', .'1 ',0iv room. ':
Gilbert Parker; "The Yearling," Dance-Billy Hutchlnson. '
Marjorie" HawUngs; "Scarlet Cockerel 'Song, "Down in he Meadow"- Mr*. Cooper' room his begun j
Clifford Subetta. Sally Suber. some new health booklet. I

PHYSICAL EDUCATION Poem, "I Had a Little Pony"- :
The girl In junlqr and senior Billy Perkins. Mrs. Fifteld'i fifth grade to now I
high are to meet Thursday to divide Reading from James Whitcomb studying birds.
the classes Into A and B tees
team, These A and B teams will
have tournaments between classes

In volleyball. The girl are very New
much Interested. SupplyI

The home economic department

has numeral volunteered for the to girl*make' physical the We Have a New Supply of i iLandreths'

education tretta i* In uniforms charge of the Mary work.MIs-: Simon's, and Stokes'SEED l lI:1 I

Practical crime prevention-experlenc .
has shown that music U !,
Invaluable in crime prevention.. r
When your time come to vote, In l rI
your home, or In your community,
for an investment In music study, FOR FALL PLANTING w t I rI
an investment In an Instrument, in w I
musical books or in the local band, PWWWWVWVWt
give the project all your enthusiasm Ft., .
and convince other parents I
and taxpayers that there are few AND DON'T FORGET TO USE i rye
wiser and more prudont way in I
Which to spend money.
It |Is a small 'wonder that the Redland Brand FertilizersTO
band Interests have been employIng I
a slogan, "Teach your boy to '
a blow safe.a"horn and he will not blow PLANT YOUR SEED BEDS

Music Appreciation-tune In on '
NBC Friday from :I to 3 o'clock. AND CROPS WITH
Dr. Damrouch begin hi* new series
o< programs This Friday the subject
will be, Musical
"My Family"and
"Nature In Music" Term a* Low a*
STUDENT ,Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. 51195 '5.011 Down
COUNCIL MEETS Balance Monthly
The Student Council held its FRANK B.RUEMGR. Small Carrying Charge
first meeting of the school year

on win Octobers called the. President I. T. God- MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER Big Smart, and Efficient We knew It's the beet tar-
meeting to order
and It began with the reading of HOMESTEAD FLA. that' why we award It the
the minute by Secretary Mary Oil Sealed Silent Four Star emblem! The..UI..
France Arthur The constitution Mechanism vase agitate Is thorevgd la

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.:.FridaY October 13, 1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Part Eleven

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Ircrhe Churches I. REMAND LEWIS nANA,F.Reporter F. A. I CLASSIFIED ADS

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Tuesday night Kedland CB p- BAT,: tint InwrUon 1W a Hue; subsequent Insertion .

--- ter installed new officers for the IIU lire

r BAPTIST CHURCH001nTNt.DDw. Mhanl it titl a. (Li nnaeklnr n4 year and advanced Green Handsto j'
.nd T..* a. m.: Jnnlo Y. .. M t. riUwXTi Future Farmer grade New officers -
'1i I. IL lobaataaa Paso -.* a1 t In naraonaaa From man
....... .t (.c, .. ..| praaek* tow. I a, a WadnnMlnr. who were elected at a FOR RENT GET A PAIR or more of peacock
,'JJJinV A aad 7lM p. >l B. 11. P. V. CHURCH previous regular meeting, are: See Morris White Peacock
OF TIll:
-Ti arTka WadnnadafCATHOL10
M p. Prnraf president Rex Romine FOR RENT Lodge Redland. (oU)
; vice-presi "
,. acres high pint
aVerde 1U.. W. t. .......
:. *"*? .""* Ir..">.* at a'ta a. w! dent Willis Vlck; secretary Harold scarified land, fine SOIL $' an
r ,, frarablnc at II a. .. Bud tiM a. B.I Hampton; treasurer K A. Icre. N. W. comer Redland FOR SALE: Tropic plants, citrus .
; : sprwhlae k a,
I.o= 4ot at a6 Y. P. and Junkies Kaatln M IM
r at Its a. sod Viso Po .., 8. T. P. U. .. ,. a Frarar aaUni ...-, evening Aman Jr.; reporter Lewis Vrana; road and Mowry street Mr*. trees and tropical wit In
'; .:.It r. reverse ....... as t.me P. EL iise p. .. executive committee Don Lair. Dlckeo. (polJ eason. Jungle Grove Redland

,,',....- PRINCETON-... .... K F eolor. -.,, ,chairman. Dean Sickle and Bill road and Plummet drive.
...... ........ al llUi CMachlni Hampton. FOR RENT-Oftlct or desk space
..t II,ea ..
a Bad Isle p. m. Junior
In downtown section. Phone 10 ACRES GLADE LAND FORSALETracts
a1..ttat 1:10: | young paoplal. .
see Green
this Hands who advanced
"t .,'0. P...... mention Wtdnaadajr, at 2020. 17 and 18, Block
CIVICS 01 THE RACKED IU.RTt 7... to Future Farmer grade
k. Saeand a....... homestead the Ha. P. a. X 15-S1-38. This land Is on the
.V t. I. Oaarr paitor. Suadar .._ nt EPISCOPALST. were: Walter Rutxke Perry FOR RENT-Two room, modern north Ride of Mowry street just
., a. nkt weak dar maai at ?:So dallr John, Lewis Vrana, Richard Ball, convenleLSe: K. W. 6th
Sunday, aahaal Sunday following S d'oloek.MH. 108"11.II.' .,... and steret beyond the S-mlle road. Price
Conwnnlon far woman the tint rv..rtn struck Homestead the Ra.. *. F H. A. Aman. Willis Vlck, Francis Mrs Charlotte Gott (i29-o20); IR |75 per acre, Land close by
Suaaaa af minute for men and ban. the BlatUard, __ Ho* wmnnmloa M Prothero and Robert Munn. The I
,) mnd Sunday af month. Help hoot Thura. TiM .. at Sunday steel at ado Mar* degree team in the charge of the FOR RENT-Furnished bout U priced at $100 per acre. Taxes
day before fin Friday of month at TIN law nmrar nl 1UFREE
are paid and have good title.
lint IhN.y advancement of these members to i Apply at Dr, M, A. Berr'i mldene -
.. ]laaadittla of die III.... amnmata..hoe METHODIST Future Farmer grade were! Rex *, Tenth aDd Krome ave. Terms $300 cash, balance 1, a

< Suva.WCHUSTIAN. FLORIDA cmr iu.. (l22U and I years. Interest 4%. P.
-Tha wa b. c. Etomlne, Bill Hampton, Harold ; )
Rmaal analM. Sunday Mhaol. O. Box 732 Homestead, Fit.
SCIENCE cncxcn mehlna S mad aM As.pray. agym.' Hampton, Don Lair I Dean Sickle,i FOR RENT-furnished
.' Bartlnc M til< .. .. Donald Hawkes and Reid WysongWe apartment -
S'FLORIDA CtTT-Broadwirfat Nan ill electric, clean cool MISCELLANEOUSSEC !
atiark Rindar aohooj at S:41 a. .. forpnalto METHODISTnOMIRTIADTha plan to Initiate a croup of Bedroom
living room, dinette.
nodi M rain of aai xuvafntaM.Ua
... ......... Green Hands Rome time In the
M II "oeloa w .lug Bow J 1. bath; daybed In living room.
... anhwarhn*.nMlaoa taatlmaajlaU af fcaa*. iMor. Sunday aahaal nt Ii4l .. a.; near future but a definite date AND BUY at ananklm Varies
,4.ew.d __ inm and remarks an Chrla ,ranoklfi* at 11 a. a>.. and I:M n. n>. for that Initiation has not been Plenty of closet spec. Reasonable ty Grove, West Florida Qty.
", s>'an. wine Amarar nt ado a. m.I Ml UMIM yet rent Dim, Collins, Biscayne U7tn'
1107 town"r.etWw ., llM .. n,.. lamer Uana al 4tl. a. m. decided.
drive end Federal
Pram -aatln* M lilo .. m. Wadnaadaa.RltVn Highway. '
.... Act IL Leaa4-e.rm ee041110101 i Redland boys who participatedIn RENT YOUR HOUSE-.fumlahed

&rt..u..e.' 1 rALM..Thn .... t. K. W"I... the district field day held recently GOOD, cool roomy Apt for rent or unfurnlahed. I have year
Sunday asked ....... M
.1 1Ift"- It .. .... remodeling ttntcm an flrat, third In Homestead, were! Charles Private bath, reasonable rate. 'round clients. Benjamin W.
and fifth Sundays at II .. s ... I iM a. nv Sehrens and Herman Byan, ,who Ask Western Union. (mUtt) Morris registered real estate

.maCK OJ' C50tr l. ..I1fCllTOfl-"I'he .... I. 'L 1'.11... won first place In horseshoe pitchIng broker N. Krome .ve" next to.
'"7d OMKSTCA -ntwr nranni and N."lr scurf pee.rhieea, ,M"! a "I Apady ; Larry Holt third place In 100- FOR SALE
Church. (Julltf
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tut* tin* llWa-vMkr at K) a. ta..'...( ached At lo. :
niiiilna. rJaUovaklsi. '''nd ppamobio0. d yard dash; Don Lair, competing In,
: 11 06 X16 "K.ORIDA CITY COMHUKITT CailRCM 'Chinese checkers and catching FOR SALE! CHEAP One 100.: WANTED
-n.e Bar. C. 0. Makoa.
paator. Charekarhaal
.mnCll 01' GOD al l. .. n>.| nmehla at Visa n. BL 'treaty pig; Donald Hawker, In.tug pound Ice box, good M hew See
hlldwMJi prararf red UU>la Mud Wadaaa.UWa 'of war, football and table tennis
; Morris White Peacock Lodge
EOINWEAp 106 N. W.'lli55 a..aemWei .N 1. { TRACTOR
am. th... Q. coolies. past.. and.:. Robert Munn. in broad Jump shot Radiated: ,. toll Mowing, raking, plowing and
'InIM4J11D COMMtlN cavRCaTbeyitm" put, football and tug of war Willis
A; a eleba.r.pa.ter.' Church Vick FOR SALE-Flat desk.I I diaking Wm. H. ,(Bill) Sykea,
sod Francis Prothero, catchIng top office '
sat l9h 'Inn at 1t 1 Spw.rth I 112 S. Krome Ave. (pon3)
..... ., W. W. Se'very. (o6tf ;
;L-00,40 hoses .h ...,.. aM greasy pig; Adolph Lopec, football )
......... .
atadr' nl 1 ,iM and tug of Jack Marshall
y tisB1"rEil spring mattress -
cHU-RCH croquet and tug war; and Rex
SAVE Romine, football and one 100-peund ice boar) school and trade school subjects.Mrs.
I.O..8T..D- .ranoa at N Utn good al new. Mr*. S. E. Pop. Ii. J. Armstrong A. B..
atn.k, That Kar.
Oak B. Kleka.
AMnvMaol at i a. M.I raaehln l"fi pall, ModeUo o';Fla:'. roa.20J Plummet drive .and :Country
!.'P taanneaiiajlaVnjii lns.tti>en. will also be available. After Club road.

4aSUNfilYS Oct 15.....Sermon 'aabjectt school there are around seventy- LEAVE! TOUR ORDERS for bornecooked

The Task ef the Church lathe five boys who participate In some foods-cakes, plea, salads, Noises Or APPMCATIOir

World Today. kind of activity which the athletic law, etc.f -at Hospitality House TAX DEKD. file. Mill
17 W. Mowry street N..... .. kwr4 r wl.." that D.a L. Kitties .
I department has provided for them.
I and Mary M. K1111... hit wlfa. aoMmaa
A street light erected through the awliaaai at 0..1.... T.. CaMlflaaUNumbarad
I : H. H.S.NEW8Continued TREES-Roberta Nurseries .,
Ep- 181.1 the led dar An.
of Mr. last
II courtesy Ivey spring,
more drive. Early and late anat A I>. aU, has ( :1.mid Oarttfkiatain
enables the students to play at air afllca and ban avalloUan Inr
I Ir. ( From Pace Ten) night on the Outside court. On the orange. Oneco tangerine! grapefruit > tai food to....It thereon In w>aor ldw. hid ConI'1a embraces the followIna
lime lemon and
tennis on the outside court and whole the Intramural program kumquat described psprty. .k...... I. Dade
box hockey on the athletic fIeld. has aroused great deal of interest Large stock excellent quality County, Florida ,..wit t
both budded and unbudded I Lot a. Hlk. 1: Hlmo's Add, to Ksdoti
Many are to be seen passing and on the part of the student body Pot Book I. P... 1. located I. tide Cell"w

r. punting football, Inside the gym and it U hoped that as the year trees (p521013)NOTICE ) I...The State assessment of rb.rwa of mid property ender

still others play basketball and progresses additional projects will the said Cartllral issued w.. In ties nnma
i or APPLICATION FOR Mid. Crrtirkata shall
of Vnknawn Unless
handball. Soon the horseshoe pits be offered. TAX DEED Pile N. IIM I ha radaamad a.ou dine Ui law u, dad. will
... .
Motlo I hereby ilnn that J m M. .
... _. .... less tl_ <" the file day of Ha'ainkaa
Ko.nan. .
-- oIII.oft. I huidar M of City at A. D. .....
Miami T.. Certificate Numbered. HIM. Dated this Ira dar of OM.brr, A. D. Illf,
dated the led dar it June, A D. list has KB: LBATrimnAN.
Long Distance Rates filed aid Ortltfeata la mt offlra, mi hu Clark af Circuit Court

1939 New CropTOMATO thereon mad application la awordanM for tax I'h' ..to: Issue RiidCartifleata lies Dade Co.nlr. Florida.Clrault .

Are Reduced embraces /ullowlni dwrlhd ( Cuu'r: N 6. RTrRRETT 0. C.
pmoartr, situated la Uada County FinIda. Get d, II, tn. J1: Nov IIHomestead's
"'wll I ,
SEED Lot 7. Itl. 3. Flowed Park First Amend.d. ,
Every Evening After 7 I Plat hook : Pon A, Ice lb. City of I
:Ni..d, Conn, ; bad.. tiesd rler/d. Oldest
The amm.mst of new PVT" under
and the sold I C.Rltiam i.te# .04 1n the s. Barber Shop
I IGiiC'K of Uskaow". U._,mid C_II"" ... shall
ka ndamwd WMordlMI la low lax deed
I q1J s Ofi / : ; will baua tharwwi a* UK lath tw of Oftub
:jJ' D I D. L. BOWEN
this 10th dar of Best.. .... A. P.t .
Grothen Globe 1' >S..

I It cost little at any time MarglobeImproved Dada Clark. County of Circuit Florida.NOTICE Court. HAIRCUT _. _.._ 40

(Cirealt Corm SHAMPOO. _. 40
to voice-visit with out-of- t."tlllIEn'
hr D. C.I. .
Rutgers Sap.. 17 It; Get .. 1s. 10. 19191,, MASSAGE ....4M
I town friend and relative COOL AND SANITARY
*. But both Station. Special Stock Buist Globe DFKD-. h..... I7IU, -Arta af till Expert and eearteens serrlee.
eta' ** that John L.
to-Stati and Perion-to- G''tnl,7 Rb Co. Tan CarUMcala A trial Will b* appreciated.
N. IITSt .Issued the Itk dar ol Accent,
Person long distance FERRY.MORSE A. B. I.... .ban find aaaia III a.,. afriea,
II and has nada application for 0 Ua dead laha
rate art especially low Issued ..._.. Raid Cartlfloata awaracaa ,
the following daMrlbad ._rIP ..
after Seven at night until Grothen Globe o-ttl the Count, o< Vada, Rut*, af Florida NEWT G. BALL

4:30 A. M. Over weekends Lot II. Block !. Warn Nnarfa a *uh.
Plat II, la the Cmatp at
MarglobeRutgers hooks.Yb
reduced rate apply Dade aM NOTARY PUBLIC
Tba a..mem.at al Property tender
from 7 P. M. Saturday* Ida' mid I aartlfluta laavad was U taa nanw'

.11 day Sunday, and Pritchard's Scarlet TopperKILLE'S seeding"t.l.h-tr.to law the...Props shall ty U redeemed daacrlbadlharala Fire Insurance and

I will ha add U the highest bidder
through to 4:30 A. M. at, the Court Hoaaa dnar aa the tint ..... Kindred Lines
day la the Month af Momnhar. til. which
Monday. ':la the .i* dar af 11_b>r, IMS
Dated Ola sent fen
E i'"h"1H"F.: ,

At fa"Jima COW Clark of Circuit Oaart, II N. Krome AT.
/M I
Grothen Globe .
A*# _HII... ,' ::, ::
' 100 mile for 53c X (..... 32. It I 0... .. II. IM( I
200 mile for 6JC :- .

goo miles tot $l.U 'LIVINGSTON'S

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Tkre smlnncM 4Surioo EDWARD STILING

to jiadeia'segrlc*" Old Globe.' ,

j ji MarglobeHector tReal Estate General Insurance

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Paw TWA!.. THE LEADER-ENTERPISE. Friday, Ortober IS, 1939


1'. : t Dr. norton Held Talks Thirty Seven- a Coca-Cola

t To University Club r% go C DOT=
(Continued from Pact Eight COQ

I' ;, Blxler, Miss Turner Mia Payne' 25c
and Mlu Ames. 15c
Plin Deposit
I Mr*. Claude Campbell and Mr*.
{ A. A. Payne were high score prizewinners Golden With $5 Regular Cash Order
" at the party of Group Tweet The Ideal Shortening Silver Cow or KeyMILK a
{ the University Club bridge tournament -
: on Friday afternoon at the SUGARFactory
,' home of Mr*.W.R.Anderson when ciscoI
i i' Mrs. Elliott wu hostess. -
Mn, P. B. Bird, Sr., Mr*. J. A. Pack

r\ played Pollard card and Mr but*.were A. L.not Hutchinson tournament 3 Ib. can 4f c 3 Tall Cans If c 5 Ibs. for 24cEhler's

\ player, and Mrs. Hindman
and Mr*. Adrian Jacob substituted -
for player who were unableto Vacuum PackCoffee Sylvan FarmsRoll Ib.Piilsbury's .
,nend.J' .
Other player were! Mn. 1:. J Ib.
. Dyal, Mn. T. J. Faust, Mn. H. K. 25c Butter r 1c
Foulk Mn. Russell Home Mrs.
Gordon lve", Mn. A. L. Lanler, Guaranteed to Pleas
Mr*. A. M. Logan Mrt. H. C.
Nichols Mrs J. D. Perkins Mrs. Best Swift's Hockless to 6 lb. average
W E. Rheney, Mrs Ruehle, Mr.
, Carl Schmidt, Mr*. W. V. Smythe,
Mr*. N. D. L. Swan. Mrs. J. A. F1oUF Picnic Ham lb. 19cSwift's
(1' Webb demon Mn.and M.Mn.F.Elliott White, Mr*. An 'I :: 21c ,

,t( This group will meet again this Premium Ib.
afternoon at Mnfi Psyne' horn
Mr Lawrence Becker and Mn. All-Good Whole PeeledZIprkofs
" Rudolph Mattson Were high score County Kist Leg o' Lamb .Sc
j ., winner In the Group four party
*> at the Behreni home of was Mn.hostess.Those Bleler.. MissLois PEX St. l l 2 tana
I '
' present were: Mr.J. W. i sic, ifor No. 23/2 can 15C Selected lb.
* i English, Mr. Mattaon. Mr Beck I CORN f
s er, Mis Holferty Miss Daniel,
Miss Vercoe, Miss Mildred Slngli Pig Liver lb. I.ScGrapefruit
tary of Miami, Mia Behrena and Silver Palm Gables Brand ,
Mn. Bleler.
Mr. and Mr. H. Collier, Mn. R. Juice Tomatoes2No.2cans Local Fresh Dressed Fresh Meaty
H. Done and Miss Ellen Huff won
high core price It the tint of
the Croup Five parties held Friday 4 No.2 cans 25c 13c Fryers, lb. .. 35e Pork Ribs
evening at the home of Mr. And

Mn.Other Howard playing Johnson.were: Mr. andMrs. COMBINATION LA-CMOY Roasters I b. 35c Ib. ISc
Carl Wagner, Mr. and Mn .
Hlndman Mr. and Mrs J. R.
Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. C. 3. Par Swift's Premium lb
man Mr. and Mn. Webster, Mr. Pea Soup DINNER Chuck'J
and Mn. Oeo N. Wakefleld, Mr. -
Mrs.and Mrs.Hausman C. H., Mn.Steffani.Pollard Dr., Mn and No. 2 4 can LOe The Deal. Z'c Beef Roast'20'm

Jacob and Mr. Done.
Mr. and Mrs. Hood Will entertain
the group at their home tonight VAN CAMPSPork Assorted

Cold Cuts

Mrs. J. D. Redd Elected and Beans, 2 No. Z1A cans 19c

President of Music Club 1 CAKE Per.lb. .. .".$5cPALMOLIVE
(Continued from Page Eight) SOAP| Chili Con Carne, 2 No. 1 cans 19c
Mr Wm. Musaelwhite, Mr*. C.

Mr Hagler*. Julian Rica,H.Mn Webster Carl F., Mn.Robinson s. L., sa'k'es ire d ?acdt Red Beans, tall can, 2 for :. .. 17c Dexter

West, Mrt. J. :T. Vann Mn. Collier CONCENTRATED Sliced Bacon
Mrs. Delta, Mn. Flfield, Mn. Spaghetti, tall can, 2 for .. 19c
Frick, Mrs. Oallaher, Mr Gray, SURSl1DS
Mr*. Hauaman, Mr*. Johnson, ik Fancy lb.ZSC
Mr*. Lehman, Mrs. Redd, Mn Kello g'gCorn
Nichols Mrs. Rheney, Mr. Wagner
Miss Berth NIll Hausman Flakes2pkgs..l3c RiceStrawberries
York CooklnrAPPLES
and the hostesses, Mr Webb and '
Mrs Faust Mr Dexter Home,
Mn. Iran Moser, Mrs. Joe Hall ot 1 4l 5 lbs. ___.21c
and Mile Martha West were visitor -

*. sow 5 21c FOR American 41 -1 5 Ibs. .....I7c,

BrUT ENROLLMENT Dill Pickles --- R' Fancy Yellow
Mrs Oeo.L.Murray,Homectead
P. T. A. membership chairman, Quart 1jC ONIONSBox
will meet with the room mothers w sNN atsHES -
in the clinic room on Monday from
2 to 1 o'clock to receive their reports 0 a TargetCorned : 28c :Ibs. ......J:3c:
on enrollment Prizes for
100 per cent enrollment will be "e Beef
given through Oct. 23. MEDI1M o TokayGrapes
The senior class won the dollar + 17c
prize offered by the association to 1 GIANT Per can ..16cRaspberries
the first room to turn In a 100 per .
cent record, and the junior class,
which completed ita membership 21bs.1,3ctgo
drive the first half day of the official I
% Miracle Whip
membership period, Oct 10 Youngberries
to New 10| wa awarded a special Giant IceberrLfttlKC
gripe by its room mother. FEES Pint Jar ..22c Box 23c
In the elementary school M... 19c .
A O. Dye's room won the dollar ,
Jar. 32cKXATTS
Quart --
award for being the tint to get a
perfect score, and Mrs VraIn.lantftanb' IIead -w-12C
room Tanked second.The Octagon Powder al

Altar Society of Sacred 3 for ........ 13c VELVEETA Pig..21c Long CrispCELERY
J Heart Catholic Church will elect
I officer at a meeting to be held OCTAGON CHEESE :. ,
ta the church' recreational hall
.t 1.30 o'clock Wednesday after- Toilet Soap Blueberriesk ,'I'

noocv 3 for _____.._ 13c 2- lb. box 4t ; .,. 26c Stalk.12cr : 'lr


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