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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: September 13, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00294
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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.vOL. XXVIII-NO. 37 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13. 1940 lCEFIVE CENTS'


I THE .WEATHER Home, Brooker (. Play

HEAVY RAINS Official Weather nport of UM lubMrapk+* SCHOOLS OPENMONDAY Ball Series Next Week HANEY DEATH i1

l\&Poriltl. Sutkm B.....""' ''. Florida,

SLOW' AREA'SGROVpORK Sept 5_ h_....'] "88 I 78 128.1130.98\ FOR Rain next forced week of postponement the "little world until BEING SIFTED

Sept- 7 I ISO. 68 !121.1I21 0.08 I tries" between teams of Brooker ; n
Sept. 8 __.._ I 188 | 71 | |11.1: ,
Sept. 11 ...... .. .1 I 81 I n |2983| 811 Lumber Co. and W. D. Horne Co.

\ Sept. 10 ._. I 91 I 73 '!29.83| 0.12 1940 1 YEAR to determine the 1941 championof KIN ARRESTED 1
Sept. 11.-., I 80 I 71 129.861| 040 the local dlamondball league ;
Sept. 13 71 :29.8T) 1.83 Three games will be played one
each on Monday, and
Tuesday
Fertilization, Tree Care Student Register, Choose I Wednesday nights The rown Prone Begun After Wife

,. Held Un by Surface AREA MOURNS Studies, Get Assigned go to the team winning two of the Says Shooting No

Water to Classes three games. Accident
h The Brooker team won tlnl

23.74 INCHES FALLIN AS DEATH TAKES BEGULARSCHEDULESTARTS son's place in diamondbal the second! half schedule of the, sea and,, JOSTLED"oFpISTOUCOUSIN

45-DAY PERIOD WEDNESDAYFew Horne Co. won the first half. MAINTAINS

CHAS.T.JTOISSR.Charles Brooker and Home played ir --
Roads Flooded at Points Changes AnnouncedIn the finals last year, also, and the: Former Homestead; Man, t

Throughout High; Pine Theodore Fucht, Sr., 73, Homestead, Florida championship was won by Home, Wounded July f. Dies:

Land SectionThe grove owner, pioneer business man City, RedlandThe At Kendall

unusually heavy rainfall In and' civic worker of Homestead, I
WISE' IN SERIOUSCONDITION
the'Redland District, which fro,1 two Homestead schools, the Because the widow of Texas
at 4.40 o'clock Wedne.da7moniJnl
:August 1 to the date : died i
present has
Redland schools and the Florida Arkansas Haney, 22, former
totaled 2374 inches, has served at his home on East Avo- AFTERSHOOT Homestead tractor driver. believe
only as an inconvenience to growers cado drive, following an Illness of City school, wUl open for the that a shot that took his life may j
and farmers, it was reported. I two years. 1940-41 year at 8:30: o'clock Mon- I not have been accidentally fired,

Massy groves are flooded, haltIng Private funeral services were arranged day morning when students will NG SELF the arrest of the victim's cousin,

work Of fertilizing and caring for 10 e'clock this mornIng meet to register, select classes and Geo. Stanley, and an investigationInto
for the trees, but no actual dam
age has been caused by the water. at the Lutheran Church with studies and plan the year's work. Loonle A. wle'.; O, .Is in a serious State the Attorney cane G.were A. Worley ordered yes by
its the Rev. Norman Zu-
At many points In the district' pastor The regular schedule of classes condition at the James Archer terday.
Uuf officiating Burial was to be
roads are inundated slowing will start Wednesday morning. Smith hospital tram a self-inflict.
up I
la Palm Cemetery, Naranja. The H.iney was wounded July <
automobile traffic. Veritable lakes Only a few changes have been ed bullet wound in the cha.t. J
body was to lie In state ,at the Tur- and died at the Kendall hospital
have been formed over places announced In the teaching staffsof Wise, who lives OR South Krome
ner Funeral Home until two hours He was shot wink riding In an
where the roads Redland avenue, near Lucy street,
run through long before the funeral.A the Homestead< and was automobile driven by Stanley on
depressions, forcing drivers to schools taken\ to the hospital Monday afternoon .
native of Germany, Mr Fuchs the Fedora Highway near Muunl
proceed cautiously. At Homestead, Miss Josephine A chart time before, h<
came to the United States in his At the time both Stanley and
Rain has fallen almost every Cook will replace Miss Helen Bix- walked Into the filling station ol
youth. He engaged in the produce Haney told the police that an
day since the first of August. ler as girls' physical education Instructor the Preston B. Bird Motor Com-
business In New York for a short automatic pistol lying on the seat
Thus far in September 12.01 and Mrs Gladys Webb pany and told J. P. Curl, man 1Wi
time and In U9S went to Milan, between them sass accidentally
Inches have been measured, nearlyan will return as home economics agcr, he was "sick. Curl MW
Tenn., where he established a discharged when Sttinlty's hand
Inch more than the total teacher after a year's leave of ab- that Wise had been hilt and notified -
bakery and confectionery business.On was thrown against it by the sudden
amount of last month. During sence. Mr Bird who took him to
April 12, 1912, Mr. Fuchs lurch of the car.
July the totaled 10 Leifeite the hospital.
rainfall! P7 At Redland, Miss Nell ,
came to Homestead and a year The widow, Mrs. Evelyn! Haney,
s inches. who has taught in the Lakelahd Wise had been living alone hi
1839 later he bought out the bakery his home for the several daughter of Mr. and Mrs B: J.
During August. 8.40 Inches area several years, will be 1 in pa
(ell. (Continued on Page Three) charge of the study hall and at-I weeks, while his wife, Mrs. Min Pope, N. E. Fourth avenue, started

Records maintained by the Sub- tendance. Miss Liefeste replaces I nie Wise, was on a visit in North the investigation Into the cane
tropical Experiment: Station show Lindley Stanley who will be deanat I Carolina: Because of the absence when she told Mr. Worley that her
that during the,past ten years the ULTRA MODERN Miami Edison High School. of bullet holes or powder burns husband shortly before his death, Jt
wettest August was In 1839 when Miss Elinor Payne, high school I Iin his clothing, it Is believed he informed her that the shooting was II

the rainfall measured 1461, and MARGARET ANN English teacher and junior sponsor -I disrobed before shooting lumsell not accidental. Ha would net t !
the driest was in 1938 with 1.63. is on a )'ear', leave of absence and then dressed and walked to elaborate on the shooting, she said
inches attending George Washington University the filling station. His pistol,I The bullet entered Hanoy's body I
The greatest amount of rain STORE IS OPENThe at Washington, D. C.,I containing one discharged cartridge under the left armpit and ranged t
that fell In found bedroom (Continued on Pago Throe)
a single day In the where she has been all summer was in lie i
decade was on October 8, 1933 working toward her master's de- Of the home.
when the measurement was 1130 Margaret Ann store, Home gree. Miss Mildred Small, art Because the bullet pierced no :
inches. The largest amount for stead's newest grocery and meat teacher, has been transferred to vital organs it is believed Wise WAR\ READINESS ':
any single month was 24.54 laches, will Miami High School. I has an even chance to recover. He
be
market, opened to the pub-
in June, 1938 Baker Hindman, Homestead Is said to have been In ill health
lie In Its
$10,000 building on HELD BEST'WAY
(Continued on Page Twelve) for several months
Krome avenue, adjoining the

New Shelves Aid Horne building today. Visitors

Patrons Style at Franklin's other will be cold served beverages free limeade aid and the Motion to Mediate C. of C. Dispute TO KEEP PEACESo

drinks will be "on the house" Is Ruled "Out of Order" by Allan
Installation of streamlinedshelves again tomorrow. long as the United States Is
part of an extensive program Ultra-modern and o",ring a I in a high state of prs'Naredness, it
of Improvements under way I complete and large line t.. grocerIes A proposal by J. R. Brooks, a bership meeting when most of the need not fear entro,,lUimcnt* of
at Franklins Grocery, is moving! i and meats, the store emphasizes new director pf the Redland District directors were Absent on vacationor other nations nor embroilment In
rapidly toward completion. There beauty both in the interior and on I Chamber of Commerce, to otherwise In spite ot provisions I the present conflict, declared J.
new shelves, which make mrrchuAdL > the outside. submit the dispute as to authorityof In the by-laws which stated M. Hoffman, a representative of
>e more accessible and in I I Within, the walls and ceiling are the board to hire employees to that "the authority of this organI- the Dade County unit 01 tOlD
better view, are to replace the snow white and the illumination any judge in Dade County or to zation shall be vested in a board- Committee to Defend Amerl hi
out-moded fclnri and also will occupy fIs from II fluorescent lights. a committee of three lawyers. not of directors," and "the board of a talk before the Homestead Rot
additional space made possible -j I Tile patterned co-nositlon floor resdients of Homestead, was another directors shall engage such employees ary Club Wednesday noon.
by rearrangement of fixtures (covering, which .is CD*.' on the feet motion to be ruled "out of as they deem necessary, Without preparedness the country 1
and equipment. Intel ior re- of" both sales force and patrons, order" by W. W. Allan, president and fix their compensation, and "lays itse,I "pen" to national
decoration also I li on the program harmonizes with the cases, shelves at a board of directors meet- have complete charge of the receipts disaster, the speaker said ShouldHitler
of Improvement. and tables containing the mer ing Monday night. and expenditures of all defeat England he would i
chandise. Tae fiont of the building When Mr. Brooks appealed from funds of the chamber"-In spite have A navy and merchant marineof
is decorated with green tile. the decision of the chair, in a motion of these safeguards against the such a size as to enable him to I
Paul Carson, III Brief The store Is spacious, allowing seconded by Director Frank dissipation of the organization'sfunds dictate to any nation of lewstrength I

Period, Dies at Homer patrons plenty of elbow room in 3. Rue, the president ruled that Mr. Allan did not rule "out he pointed out
making their'.eIl1ct.on.; the articles also "out of order" and refuted to of order" a motion by Paul Leaner "Hitler could bring the United

| Paul Carson 67, retired real estate I are so arranged that they put the motion that would give a to hire Mr. Gallaher as festival! States to its knees without firing
1 dealer, died early Wednesday may be found with a minimum of majority of the board an opportu- manager, and appoint J. W. Erg- a shot if we failed to follow u.. f
morning at his home at Pixie effort nity to sustain or overrule Ma de- (Continued on raga Three) our present plan of prepared.
Highway and Kings Highway, after The meat department occupies cision. D...." Mr. Hefcman said. "II
a brief Illness. Funeral services almost the entire with of the Mr. Brooks was elected to the Roosevelt-Willkie could 'kill' this country commercIally
will be held at S o'clock rtore in the rear. Also In the rear board two weeks ago to fill a vacancy ; he could take away our
this afternoon at the turner Funeral I' a refrigerator for bulk produce, caused by the resignation of Program AnnouncedA foreign trade, which would tauiw
Home, with the Rev. J. E. .A part "t lot for the convenience C,-.J. Parman, who resigned in pro- such a bad depression that the recent
Jehnstone, pastor of the First Bap-' of r ions I Is in the rear of test atan "unfair and dictatorial discussion of the national political "one would sewn like a holiday
tilt Church, officiating. Burial the stow Ontars may be checked'ruling" of Allan, that A motion by situation by a group of local' ,
I will be. la Palm Cemetery at Nar- out through the rear door. I'I Parman doctoring null and void men from both the Roosevelt and Mr. Ho/fman pointed out that a
...,.. i Ansel Barrow, rnatiuger of the the hiring of E. H. Gallaher as WUlkie camp. .Is the program feature depression woudl give added
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Mr. Carton was a native of Ala- store, pointed out that the cash manager of the 1941 Fruit Festival of the Business and Profee strength to subversive groups
bama and cane to Homestead only registers are of a type hluh and Mrs. Cina Stewart as "record- Sional Women's Club of Homestead whose membtt the present
a) year and a half ago. He Is survived shows to the patron the price and ing secretary" on the ground that In the Chamber ef Conunaooe time toUU .uo,000! In hit
by his wife, Mri. Alize F. character of the purchase as it .is by-laws .of the chamber give the building next Monday evening at cpuntry.
Carson; two sons, A. F. Canon checked by the cashier. This board sole -.Ihority In the hiringof I o'clock. Dr. B. E.' Gatlin. will Members ot the Re of Chicago and Robert P. Canon type register holds errors to a employees and in the receiving lead the discussion. trict Lions Club will be guests of
of Jacksonville; and a daughter. minimum because the patron and< and disbursing Of all funds of the Questions from the floor will I lb>Rotary Club next Wednesd.ir
t Mrs. A. Frederick Smith of Tallahassee lie cashier check each Item at, chamber. follow the discussion.The night for the quarterly joint meet
the order simultaneously, he said.I 1 The hiring was done at a mem- public .is invited. I ling[ of the two service clubs.
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Paste Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, September 13, 1940 J


Tropical Cafe OpensAt ley building, on Mowry street family washings at well as individual -,I Gatlin Plans Soda- .

LIBEL IN WILLS !I New Site MondayThe near Tint avenue, by S. Q. Wal- Mr.orders Walker said the lowest po.1 Fount on Krome Ave.

MAY ENDANGER Tropical Cafe, closed this ker.The laundry Is equipped with a sible prices prevail and that all Jack Gatlin is remodeling the
week for removal from the Evans number of up-to-date electric work is guaranteed. Collins building on N. Krome ave-
House on South Krome avenue, washing machines and other laundering nue, two doors north of the city
PROBATESHbWN will reopen Monday In the west facilities which patrons may TO OPEN RESTAURANT hall, in preparation for opening ofa
store of the Home building use at an hourly rental rate. The Green Lantern Restaurant, soda fountain and sandwich, shop
The new quarter are ample for Ample space has been provided formerly located In Homestead, about Oct. IS.
i a !spacious dining room and a for the drying of the washed ar- will open Sept. 25 in Coral Gables
humorous roomy kitchen. Mrs. Florence Jen- ticles. two blocks west of the Coral Mr. and Mrs. Victor have pur-"
told by Dr. Russell A. Rasco dean ness Buck, owner of the Tropical Also the concern maintains a Gables Theater, Mrs. Given Victor,' chased the building which was
of the law school of the University said that the new location will regular laundry service for large proprietor announced this week. formerly "The Banana! Tree: ." ,
of Miami, at a meeting of the be much more central and con-
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Redland District Lions Club Tuesday venient for the restaurants local -
evening In the Lions Den. patrons and as she caters especially -I
The estate of a certain lean to local patronage, she is very
could be sued, Dr. Raico told the much pleased with the new quarters -
Lions, because he left $100 to a lop
f man because he wan the "worst The dining room and furniture
scoundrel In town and would need are undergoing complete renovation I
that money for court costs when and redccorationCHEVROLET.
he wa on trial"
Dr. Rasco defined a will as a
legal document In which a person UNITIMPORTANT
tells the manner In which he
wishes his property or thoughts INTROOPTRAINING I i
disposed of after his death. A
will written today will be held
legal over one written yesterdayor
any previous time, while the
first deed written Is legal over
any subsequent one drawn up. While national attention focused
Wills found In Egypt many years on America's preparations for defense -
ago could be held probate In Dade and the problems peculiarto
County today, Dr. Rasca. stated modern mechanized warfare, a
Seven hundred dollars for an graphic demonstration of the man-
addition to the Lions Den has been ner In which industry Is aligningIts
raised and work has been startedon forces with those of the United :
the building States army was In evidence at .
Little Falls, Minn}headquarters of
Deuel Will Occupy the most gigantic peace-time military -
Presbyterian PulpitThe history of
the
As of the
Rev. Ceo E. Deuel, retired camp
pastor of the Florida City and maneuveralhe< S. army y
I lare-scale
} Redland Community Churches, Is roo Aug
to occupy the pulpit of the Homestead 3 Chevrolet
Presbyterian l) Church at the
one of it*
morning service Sunday His top-
Baston Motor Co.,
dealers, the Bert w
ic will be, "Why Maintain the u
Church?" of Minneapolis and St. Cloud r
(Continued on Page Twelve) L Rwi
The Rev. Ceo. H Rcks, pastorof ,41a
the Presbyterian Church, Is recovering -
at his home from an op- Help-Yourself Laundry
t eration on His leg performed two Offers Unique ServiceThe
weeks ago In North Carolina, His
condition Is much Improved and his Help-Yourself Laundry, offering -
expected tp resume his duties a service new to Homestead,
within the next few week. has been opened In the old Man-

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SHOULD HOMESTEAD ADOPT

EMISSION-MANAGER GOVERNMENT ..4.i

I Are you for or against Itt

In order to determine the sentiment for or against a 6lty
manager form of government for Homestead, it hiw been suggested A
that the Lender-Enterprise .conduct a "str,*ballot" of
opinion, among its readers. Mark your preference Ip the space
below and bring or. mall this slip to the Leader-I erprise,

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Friday, September 13, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Thre

nine month ago. Hit father had ::1!!" "'" I I ''J !![ [ [ :II !! I [ [ I 1:1::;: J
.NEW OIL FILTER
i been in the United States navy
and named his ion after warships.
; ON '41 PONTIACS Funeral service for Haney were MAACi1-lAET ,1-11111
held at 3 o'clock Tuesday after
I noon at the Turner Funeral Home, 4
IIELD SUPERIORPreviews with the Rev. J. E. Johnstone,
pastor of the First Baptist Church. I == SUPER FOOD STORE 3
I officiating. Burial was In Palm
of the 1941 Pontiaccars Cemetery, Naranja. I
reveal that the company' engineers i Besides his widow, the victim 15-17 North Krome Are. Homestead, Fla. ,: :
have designed and perfected I Is survived by his mother Mrs.
the first built-in oil cleaner In lola Haney of Miami, and two
the Industry that clean 100 per brothers, Vermont Haney of Daytona -
cent of the oil before It goes Beach and' Columbus Haney OPENS TODAY i

through .the pump and into the of Homestead. .
.bearings.The ----- -
new type cleaner for which NEW LOW PRICES FOR HOMESTEADPotatoes I
patents are pending Is an exclusive "OUT OF ORDER"Continued
feature on all 1941 Pontiacsix '.
and eight cylinder engines!, according IN OUR PRODUCE DEPARTMENT ;
to H. J. Kllngler. presidentand ( from Page One) s
general manager of the company lash as chairman of the fair com
mittee. 15c A
Most oil cleaning devices, he :
The motion of Mr, Brooks for
.points out, operate by passing engine adjudication and interpretation of .
oil through some sort of a .
points in dispute was endorsed by
filtering elements which sooner or Directors O. B. Parker and Roy SEEDLESS ICEBERG
later becomes clogged and has to I Chandler. Mr. Allan, 'however, '
be replaced. Also, most filters was adamant The chair, in his GRAPES-T'/ac LETTUCE SVfec
work on a by-pass principle by
of
opinion, was perfectly capable
which only a small, percentage of settling all such question
the oil is filtered and then only I Dr. J. A. Smith, who said he GOLDEN RIPE YELLOW

after pump Ihejiew having_and to gone Pontiac the bearings through oil cleaner the oil, I:storing the.approved community-harmony merely intereated In as the a member organization In ,ft oC*- BANANAS 3 ik lOc 0 N I ION S 3 lOc

' Klingler Is built Into'the
says en
urged that the proposal tq
rlne.atd".nOattached, never has to I
mediate adjudicate be ac
or
ROSEMARY GRAPE
be MIRACLE
removed and cleaned and every
dropl fll has to cepted. Chase it.Sanborn
> pas thorugh it I Mr. Brooks' motion was that the
bearings before:tt goes to the pump and 'question of the board's authorityto JUICEQt20c WHIP

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I hire the employees of the chamber -
Located at the Inlet to the oil
and administer Its finances be
system in the bottom of the
engine submitted Informally to Judge D.
base, the cleaner consists of a set- ,
J. Heffernan or any other Dade .t
(Continued on Page Eleven) County Judge, or' to a committeeof Coffee QT. Z5c

three reputable attorneys, .not
resident in the Redland District SWEET MIXED
FUCHSContinued and that the decision of the mediator
or mediators selected. be accepted
Pickle13c
as final. Oxydol
( from Page One) Mr. Allan accused Mr., Brooksof
and grocery store of William having entered upon his direc- Ib. 17v2c
Noble at Krome avenue and S. torship with a prejudiced attitude. LGE 15c: 19 OZ. :
W. First street. The business grew He "wished that all dissatisfied FKG. JAR
members in the chamber of
commerce
so rapidly that the bakery was "
separated from the grocery store would resign.
Mr. Rue told Mr. Allan he had ,<
In 1919/md was operated is the
Homestead Bakery by Charles T. succeeded In making Parman resign Tomatoes 3 NO. : 14c
Fuchs, Jr., except for an interim but he, Rue, was going to CAN
"stick it out until I am proved
when it was owned by J. E. MacDonald. .I
It was the forerunner of i right or wroni."
the large, modern Holsum Bakery Mr. Allan waxed more persona! ITT AC A'a P
& G
at South' Miami operated by the In his remarks and continued to
Fucba Baking Company and still refuse to put the appeal from his Crisco i
headed by Charles T. Fuchs, Jr. decision, Mr. Parker moved to ad Jewel
Tbe grocery continued to be op. journ."A. ;
erated by the senior Mr. Fuchs I motion has been made to adjourn
under the name of the Homestead ," said the president. "The
Grocery until 1924 when he sold I meeting adjourned." To a suggestion { La. 33c SO Af +
that he the motion CTN. j
it and retired his grove home put
where he edtow his sonlnllaw I for the directors to vote on, he APPLE MiLK
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. made the enlightening! explanationthat
Fred H. Redd, and his grandchll-i "a motion to adjourn Is a
dren, Teresa and Annabell Redd, privileged motion and therefore SAUCE
until his death. doe not need to be voted on"
Mr. Fuchs was in the forefrontof I Giant
,f civic movements while active, 4 Bars tOe TALL 5V4c
and won the love and esteem of NOW OPEN NO. t 5c CANCAN
all who knew him. He was a past
president of the Redland District
Chamber of Commerce, a memberof Help Yourself PILLBURY'S BESTFlour
the Lutheran Church and a
member of the local Odd Fellows 101bs-------29C
5 lb

i. lodge.Mr. Fuchs' wife died 15 years Laundry : 15c 201bs-------57CIN I

i' ago. Besides Mrs. Redd and I
r' Charles T. Fuchs, Jr, he is survived I
by another daughter Mrs
Lena Knowles of Homestead; two OUR MEAT DEPARTMENT l
other sons, Fred Fuchs of Home.I Old Manley Bid?. -
stead and Richard Fuchs of Wash. Mowry St. Roast
ington, D. C., and four other\ % Block West of Bank Steaks ROUND

grandchildren Knowles, and Jane Freddie Fuchs,Fuchs.Theodore SIRLOIN; lb MU. i2>/ c

', Wash your own clothes or let
us wet wash or finish them. FRESH GROUND
IIANEYContinued I RIB
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Electric Washing Machines

Brlnr Running your Hot Water starch and and Steam.soap Beef Stew Ib. lOc HAMBURGER, Ib. 12y2c .

( from Page One) (SUrchmaklng equipment furnished .
downward. He spirit much of the ). Fancy Heavy Western
)ine before his death under an ::
oxygen tent.Stanley .
was booked for Investi Help.Y ourscIC STEAKSslb.29cSMb.10c
gation. An inquest Into Haney's :
death will be held by Justice of Rate
the Peace O. B. Sutton at Miami
following completion of the probe, 40c an hour SWIFTS HICKORY SMOKED
,)at was said. .
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Haney wa a native of:Georgia 1 Our Prices STRING ROUND
and came to Homestead four years HAMS -s129c 15c 17c13y2c
ago. He had been living at Miami Family Wet Wash Flnlih 7e 3e lb.Ib>>, : LBD ELB
since he and his wife separatedTurner's
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Nazis Vision Europe Free i

From All Jews THAT puppet dictatorships can ;

be attempted for organization* .as' '
Dos Schwarj Korpi, organ of i 'l
well a* for conquered countries.
Adolf Hitler SS Elite Guard } r I .
predicts a future Jewless Europe.
and with unbelievable savagery THAT It I II easy to get "bou

comment "The European Jewish quets from those who hope to

qUI tlOn ti not to be lolved I have you continue a* their stooge. ,
through' homeopathic remedies and
nut by administrative and humane ..AA VVAAAAAAAAAAAAAA".
direction

"Germany will solve her own I LIBRARY FACTS

Jew queitlon herself At loon ai
the last Jew 'Is driven out of Ger- AND FANCIES i

the rest of whlclh!
rnany, Europe
1 By MRS. 1. E. GAUZEN j
is awaiting a German peace may

know this peace must be one .,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,TTT
out Jews Germany and with-I
LBIRARY HOURS
victory will secure space far
from European labor and culture Monday, Wednesday, Tnvrsdsr.S .
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where the scum of humanity may "# j
&USMOVf0lNOA.Qr Tuesday, Friday 10 a. m.-1 p m.
try to lead a life of its own toll ordie "i6avES kt
i death It earned" 0W 7'NE... PR1AtZ /8/OtOUP/.4' Saturday. 9-13 a. m.1 I !-< p. m.
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Since November 10 1938 when }. t'P'7 I OIC>rUPi
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the girt puliti/eri rtecution ot -%
< f .4NT.O.ES He who knows not and knows
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J( to,1, place in Grim ny, this rN'.A. D not that he knows not Is a fool.
r,.c I"" lien NysI.IIr"lIv, ,I, oppr .e 'Shun him.
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'- IT Itnppt'nrlln (' That (hit he know Is asleep. Wake him.
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tt, the AAAAAAA UAAA.AAAAA.AAAAXACURRENT dently did not belies in ri,k'i g that he know not is simple Teach
i 1,1 against listed race, : :
Sir I II I ho has their lives for a country that w' snot "i
'u i ceased to dnT : i Children in CourtBy himHe
it, find It Is an accepted part t worth saving 'I' who knows and knows that
of' NI methods-ai much a part I' The French people had grown" Judge !Malcolm Hatflcld he know I* wine Follow him

01 Germ 'in conquest tanks and COMMENTBy Into a lot of softies-too much Kithleen Clendenen, "Proverb
irpLm! at wine, women and song" had long:, ..............................-"-.........-.............. Sequences From the Arabic"

(Italy adopted similar tactic. sp- AGNCW WELSHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA been charged against them, and I INFLUENCE OF THE CIHRCHWhen .

p.1I't'ntlIt the earnest advice of to this Columnist Pegler adds the!I 'I According to the figures of the
charge ot rank political corruption, w. pause to consider that U S.
Germany Rumania hard pressedon Immigration Department,
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Hdllo" Not.i Webb mlgonMnmm 150 per cent of all school children
saying that they were nation ot;
a
every side recently capitulatedto .nta on hI. Commtnti; ." wl.th.e 'I' there are over 80,000 refugees '
German domination. One they ho Ie .._, ass .. t.rt..e. grafters, bribe-takers and seekers receive no religious training from Greater Germany IN the
of with hli opinion.' Add_ wmmunUralloto ;{whatever It can be understood
Public officials grafted and I
the first action was against Jews. Agnew Walsh, 141 N C. no United State This estimate includes -
and a retroactive nullification 01ell lath at., Miami ru. honest man could-continue In business why educators have just cause a large number of persons
to wonder what type of bllslneaaleader.hlp
marriages between Jews and Not reading between the line, unless he paid tribute to the'I be with high standards of education !
will developed In the
person of Rumanian blood" was I I but the lines themselves, one gathers servants who did the marketing Students can not be and culture. Being In a new court ,
future expected .
immediately ordered This not'' from certain columnists of A French officer stated to another I : try, their first natural lnt esf I is
to develop character If they
only severed all mixed marriages I good repute that the heads of the correspondent that their soldiers are permitted to shut their the land and its Inhabitant The s

nice 1879 but reduced the children -I I Democratic nafcuniil committee. drank too much wine, Which I those immensely personal moral eyesto citizen have an obligation toward ,
of such unions to the status 'old and new are getting well fed produced a neurotic condition that this group in helping them to "
problems which not be
can escaped -
o< Illegitimate and deprived them I Io up with i the activities ot a prominent could not' stand up against the In the business world. better understanding of the principles f
( all civil right I gentleman iSy ''the name of more stolid German soldier so' : of our democratic: nationy
Recent dispatches state that Hopkins 'fiue they high-tailed It for safety The question Is, how man In communities where this foreign

(W,000 Jews In Cracow Poland. s !shrewd young men will adopt certain element I* large the libraries playan
unscrupulous business I leaders
must Florida machines A youths' publication that Important part In disseminating
move so that the city. standIng uses voting says
a* capital of the German conquered i.with considerable,,tatisfaction but I north of the equator all vines I of to today emulate as models them. and While attempt knowledge. However It has been

territory might not be Impulred when Tennessee attempted recently twine from left to right but south, realized that one learns more
such boys would think of
Naturally; in France and I' to put them Into use In of that Imaginary line they twine not rob quickly when Interested In the i I
other conquered nation. rertrlc-l|McMinn county the levers were 11'01t'i.hI to left. Test It from I Ling. a filling station or disobey. subject matter or when familiar ,
of the local *
tlims against Jew were immedi-i I smashed over some names And your own observation and see whatit any ordinances material I I. available : "
may not if
) hesitate
given the
ately decreed It prides itself as being "The Ath- reveal! If the northern theory For Instance,' we read 'Stfi fllz;
opportunity, to work behind
|ens of the South" Looks like a I I. wrong. f wouldn't recommend i' and filch thscenes s Mann Wasserman, and Remarque
the
public treasury <
Swiss Independence Ends misnomer. that you go to the southern hem- In the English translation Th .
,; In other words will ou r
isphere to prove the opposite the. Germans have been reader
I greet
For centuries Switzerland hasmaintained I leaders of the future, lacking religious
Its Independence and Secretary R, L Newman makes ,ory, for If one Is wrong they both framing. be loathe to add of some of our American 1\'oJ'ttel X
the statement for the Florida taxpayer are wrong. thousands translated Into their language Mf.
remained aloof from the wars that of dollar to the costs of f
swept over Europe Even in the *' association that it the people I estimate so that the govrnment Buck work lead the list among

World War the Swiss were ableto will stand back of Gov. Holland Zealots, political and otherwise. official who awarded a contract emigre because of their tfmpltcl-
stay out though the economic he can save tht state 24 million In the heat of passion or an overflow .I to an unscrupulous concern cart !ty of style Of Mice!| and Men", t E

KM was terrific Early in August, dollars a year in Its budget If, of enthusiasm frequently receive a handsome gratuity? Grapes of Wrath, 'Life With
however Switzerland for all practical ,that Is true, and he say they have'!do or say foolish thing In the Father", "Gentlemen P r T:* t

purposes, sinned real.the figure to prove it, somebody j I former category I place the hangIng -I Btende are all favorites among \
Independence without away much as''I[has been mighty careless or In effigy on the national Capitol' and those they partially believed'. our foreign visitors These books,
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a shot fired In its defense. and i something the use of the ;. |ground of Senator Pepper While I'I A list was sent to 7176 persons while fiction help to' give them 1

added Its name to the list of nations pie* money Isn't there some there are a great many things 'I and the returns showed the following conception American life
dominated by Hitler Moses to lead u* out of the wilderness about him that I do not admire facts: "The Fire and the Wood" by J

Outwardly the little democracy! I regard such treatment as little I Wholly disbelieved In superstitions R C. Hutchinson may well have

il unchanged Actually, It I 1s completely I 1 4 oI 8I short of criminal. The act wo',' 3,951; partially believed a subtitle: Individuality! Versus
1 dependent upon Nazi Germany -'I It Is not much mender the slow charged to a group of women who 2.132: believed 1093. the Multitude.." r i

fur its existence. Surround- progress the Christian religion I I. ore opposed to the senators attitude Adding those who fully believedto It Is an Intense dramatic story

j e I by n ,tions dominated by Hit,making when one consider the on military conscription, but those who partially believed of the familiar Nazi coup and the

Ir. It WI forced to enter an ironclad type of tome of the people wokr- that is a mighty poor remedy the percentage of those who believed utter hopelessness of the Individual

trade ..ltl't'em'nt'Ith the Ing at It. I haIn mind the I as against those who wholly to develop his Interest or po* ,

Third Reich From mm on. whatIt I snake-bite cult of Georgia One of The cosmopolitanism of the disbelieved Is nearly 43 H Ed- .ssess that which Is the essence of )
Import and what It exports those promoters I* In a madhouse membership of Miami American Idl ,ton Bruce made a similar test I life-hi* loved one It depict A '

will be derided by Germany Its ,
trtde: must clear through Berlin i want to make fools of themselves that 42 tales. the District of Columbia where more than 7J has discovered a new cure for tuberculosis -
and Germany alone can tell It i that Is their business but, and 27 foreign countries per cent admitted that to some degree Because of the revolution "

what It can buy and sell. 'i when they use a six-year old child are represented New York leads they were superstitious And he loses his job as interne I*
The new order In Europe 't'.'allowing It to be bitten to prove ,with 105 born In that aUts Georgia : that In a great university! the hospital where he had hopedto \
complied with the pen what the, the "cause," that Is an act ot inhumanity Is second with 88 and Florida 0 a j carry on his experiment
of the old beyond the of decency I I. third with 83 native tons Of
legion conqueror were: pale A Homestead physician recently) However, he find a housemaid
unable to do by force. In the 15th| or human tolerance the foreign countries Italy fur ,,stated that recovery of a patient who I I. a victim: of TB and who

.. century poorly' equipped Swiss .oldier nished the most 22 and Russia! depended a great deal upon the Is willing to give her life if necessary k

defeated Charles the Bold of When the French army collapsed came second with IT patients faith In his physicianAnd to furthering his ambitions.

, Burgundy when he sought to impose we of the U. S.! who were not in I that doer not mean that he At first she .U an Impersonal ObJect

his. will upon them Since,'the know stood aghast, a* we had Some yean ago a professor In!I ita healed by faith but that one'' ; purely. a means to an end but

J 1499 the Swiss League ha been been led to believe that it was Invincible the University of California tested j I[mental attitude helps a lot; any their close association eventually

Independent ot the Germanic powers -, Gradually reason for belief In superstition by- asking reputable physician" will agree I develops Into a great tove.

and was formally recognizedas 'the defeat art coming to the surface I student to make a list of three[,with that. In fact, our general His arrest and subsequent treat

Independent in 1141 In the i and among these moral eorrupton kind of them tnoi they 4U not outlook en life does much to mold ment in a concentration camp. p
Treaty; Westphalia. .. ''JL I stand high Soldiers evf- before, those they did believe *our character and our health. I I (Continued From Page J'tftJPare
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Schools of Higher Learning Draw week tor OecOur. Ga. what aba X: X. Graham. who will lea w I for a year I by adding to the mor
11 is a Junior at Agnes Scott College the Utter part of the month, will ale of many English men an4
1 79 Students From Redland District Edwin Lawrence la a senloi In be a junior at Duke University. women with her ketches of "Mrs.
1 the business administration school Elizabeth Skill will leave the, Miniver" In the London Times
at the University of Georgia at latter part of the week for College These sketches have been plolb-
Fifty-seven out of approximately 1 se students there. Athens. Park, Md.. where she will bea Itched la book form and prove .- r

seventy-nine young people of Marjorie Moser will be a junior Wm. J. Geronimo, Jr., will be a junior at the University ot tcresUng reading material.
the Redland District who will at-,and Annabell Redd and Clement senior at the Riverside Military Maryland. "Mrs. Miniver" was a woman
tend various schools of higher:]Russell Mill be sophomores at Academy o( ali elvUIe. Ca, and Bobby Ames will be a spoho- who faced the war without U.
learning will enroll In schools or 1 Florida Southern College at Lake- Hollywood Flo. more at the University o( the citement and whose general altitude
colleges In Florida and Georgl South at Sewannee Tenn. was prcU ely right lit the
land.Kathleen France Soper who attended William A. Arthur and Clarence
thirty-nine will remain in Flor- British tradition.
Lloyd, Lydia Vihlen
Redland High School last will
year (Continued on, rage Elcvenj
ida and the other nineteen will
go Richard Crawshaw, WBL Oautler be a senior at Montverde boiu"dln..chool Last Friday concluded a scales
1 to the neighboring state. and Fred Vihlen will attend Ogle- In norther, Florida. -,...---M of children's story hours. Bitvtn
'J The largest number, seventeen thorpe University at Atlanta,' Ga. Fay had the most books. read to her
Among the recent graduate of LIBRARY FACTSContinued
:1 Will go to the University of FlorId Jane Oatlin and LaNelle Rogers credit, but as she was absent the
the local schools who
, are naw.at; i
at Gaillesv le. John Fred- will be freshmen at Wesleyan College tending the Homestead Business __-__'""_"- prize went to tile second high. -
rlclu, who was graduated there In for Women in Macon, Ga. LoIAI" Williams. 1
' College are Corrine Cash, Kathleen ( From Page four)
, June with a bachelor's degree, received Edward Burr and Albert Haln- Ross and Madeline Ogdea. Minna's sacrifices and successful This damp weather ii hard oat
a fellowship in entomology lin are entering their second year Jack Krome left last Monday-for efforts to rescue him add to the books. Please remember to wins ti
and, will work towards a master at Georgia Tech Atlanta. Princeton, N. J., where be is a suspense and Interest of the read them before leaving the house la w|
j of science degree. He was chosen Marguerite Crow and Lou Belle senior in civil engineering, at ere return them to the library. .
from 14 candidates for the 12- Grennell are la their last year of Princeton University. 'I Jan Strutner author of "Mrs. igri4 Undue who bad not bees !
I month course of teaching and training at Jackson Memorial hospital Irving Loaner Wilt leave next I Miniver". Is in this country with heard from since she left Swedra '
studying. while Mary Frances Arthur week for Baton Rouge, La., to two of her children. The third, Some weeks ago cabled her pub...
j Three Other boys will be seniors entered the hospital on Sept. 3. enter his second year at Louisiana I I a boy of IS, remained In England likhcrs from Hawaii that she would"
A at the University of Florida-H Alta Webster will leave next State University i medical school M.... Struther has played her part arrive ,in California soon.
H. Graham of Naranja, who Is
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taking five-year course In chemical
1 engineering; Francis Fitzpatrick -
In the Industrial arts school
and Marion Plummer who attended -
summer school there. Robert
Caves, a junior, Is majoring in
chemistry. There will be three
sophomores, Pierre McDanlel
Harvey Rue and Howard Lamb.
Five of the 1940 Homestead

High School graduating class, -
Howard West, Elwin Cooper, Her "K 114VM
bert Booth, Edward Kirby and
:Allen Pope will be freshmen at 01talri.gal
the University of Florida as will
Charles Burr, Everett Shuler, Ed I
Pacetti and Cohen Leggett.
Seven girls-four juniors, two
II
sophomores and one freshman-
will attend Florida State College)
for Women at Tallahassee. They I _
are: Fern Robertson, who received -
a scholarship offered by the
University Club of Homestead;
Nina Pearl Bush, Cecelia Harper,
Mary Dana Brown Madge Thompson 1
Betty Richards and Wilma rhT
NOW ON DISPUtY ..
Thompson.
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Coral Gables and John B. Stetson I
University at DeLand will draw
six each for the 1940-41 terms.
:Vernon Turner who was graduated -
from Stetson in 1939, with a POWER f
B. A. deiree,.will be a junior In hod'as _6011111 pMTORFIREIALL
the law school there. Virginia der stepped-pp kxa 4
Frick will be a senior In the school enpipet ,.fron+ eefier. V 4 t
ttr music. Iva Dyal Is a Junior, avsdierr, Moro
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I Mary Ann Brown and Jack Turner wog r

{ are both sophomores and Nina
Dyal will be a freshman. Betty OylyCAR e
j, this Buick .,
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Blake and Phyllis Parman, who is TTTITH
studying art will be juniors at the VV ushers in brand-new IlUtomoEvery car in all five series fa/ theyrSf fl' 3bile

University of Miami. Alma Jan model year. whole new line deserves unused
Lindgren will be a sophomore.
fresh-minted language.Slylewise WITH All THESE FEATURES
Elizabeth Hainlln, Charles Beh- 1940 production is history-record-
yens and Carter Sayers also will auicK riiiiAii valve IN MEAD fi*

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selling season our company ha ever
refreshes the jaded eyes MIClO. I" IAIANNNO Am.Bown. .

1- II. would sight of a hydrant fa the d.serl. COIL .
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You maybe sure we grimly realized ea wse owl,
v we had to accomplish things in our They move and fuwttollike young "MAu-"alAM"IODlU. oath w,

new ears for 1941 that we could count wild tking They'ro all grace pod salad, ...._. ......

on to continue our advance. poise! and eagerness, They bring. to COMIIOUNDUIIUIITION.3o.,1edravlng
!' and handling a keener pleasure _..., tt 10-_ ._*

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UIIOUlIIWIllIUIIIIUIIIIIUIU Sept 1. George Hanson, Jr., has
I been elected In Uncle Nh,'. place
at office and warehouse manager
and u now In charge "

20 Years AgoImhiiInHININMIIIMliMllNMik1MlHM "Mri. Dr. 1!!. F. Bckman and Salel'l
two nieces are exsncUdt in Home-i
I stead on Saturday to join the doctor -,

I who hut been here for konw-| 54th Anniversary

.. .. time"M
no !'" am t.a eve. I H2 '
is-
twits tr-ft..'..11..fl.. Ik Mir* It mMl 11.0..4Itatnprlw 1 1"E. taN j
A Curler tmd a bad
M...red Ik. Art.RvMli car Yanae1 IM1. ,"III am".ed.*. B..tad ._ while at work on tie W J Kromeresicfctie $10 e
--.. an Tuesday, breaking Save $5 to on : r

At*. ZG, 1Z two rr%" and sustaining tome bad
bruises He if getting along nicelynow "r"
"Mist Ollie Afctfoed arrived ," II'
Thursday Irons Tallahassee midis I ..:4 "
E at the' home *4 ..... Myrtle -"\f m. R Crow formerly con-
nected with a wetl-kaown .
)(001I. '
I In Miami Is assisting Phar-j !
macy
"Stewart Loveland will to .
go I Seminole Pharmacy." These Suits '
school MIll fall at Bedford, Va. te <
-"Mt'. and Mrs B. A. Waldin ,
r finish his high **oo4 ooune"Florida
I returned Sand. from a ten daysviat ..
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( Oily)
ta Miami with M... Waldm'i ... .
-'The FuBun fam s>' Arrived la brother, Harry Budge and family" r D
Florida City on Wednesday morning -"J, U. Free li home agar altar II-
I and are now totaled in the extended trip to points in the '
4 T. W. Shields lease en Palm avenue New Fall Styles
which Mr. Pirllcn recently Nortll"VI"la.. Free returned from
I ,
.aMsrcbvked. They brought with her vatatlon on Monday She has t
them a famlhr Dun-aitlng of four been visiting in Georgia aid NorthCarolina. in Florida '
member." (Tkrlda City).
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SPDt. 9, 1'2'"Council -"The W C. T. U. social affairat
the White Stone church wn a
met Monday evening Weight Fabrics ;
mutt decided socceas The
with Councilmen Twoedell, Tower
paper on the life of France Wil- 2'
Sullivan. LltM and| Dirton In attendance .
n lord, written by Mrs Smylie, was t.
R. E. Edwards was elected I Ii
comprehensive end thoroughly en-
city clerk at a salary of $100a
,Jojed Mrs Ly..'*. paper dealt Manufacturer'sCloseCut
nwnth on tumendJtion of ,
;with personal recollections and the
Mayor King O W. Meon having I ,
influence uponHiilcKials of this
resigned 'peerless womatu. The music ren- !
"noil of honor Homestead I dctcd by Mifftuchs, Mrs Carter
public school: ) far Mw week ending lira Redd and Mri Hunt was
Friday, Sept 3, Is at follows: 'delightful I-
senior class-Vernie Rohrer: )un- 1'c a 9
fee class-willard Severy: sophomore 1
,': class-Louisa Murphy, Mary!! 1I I
Tower: freshman ol<*s.-Broward 75 -25.00
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Geiger, Wesley Matthews, DeasieMarie I
McCullough, Lula Smoak, .
Mottle Lou Theus.: eighth grade I It' 1 I
Leona Matthews Arietta McCul- I
lough, Ollie Robertson Rose Tower
seventh grade-Mjry Becker. \ ;+ (
: Fay Hamon; sixth rade-Etla- I
values

Mary thur Mayer MiCuUough, Atmer, fifth I:grade-1; I ABU ,

I Edwin Caplinger Mary bizaheth
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Krome Enile Matthews, Beth I Choice of Fine All-Wool Fabrics pot
Moffett: fourth grade Marie ]
i I Bourne Mildred Fisher Barney Gabardines! Flannel! I
Murphy, Walter Rodin, Elbert)
Tweed!
Froscher Weston Fuller; third ;
grade--Marian Dorsey Alice Hob- I ,

ion, Mary Jones, Kate Prom; second .. ,
grade A-Lillie Mae Lee, Susie the ]
I Nobles; second grade B-Elo- eeting t

be Bradley, Edward Brooker, Al- C i In Spite of Higher Prices I
vah Taylor, Anton Waldln, Jr; allenae rt
first grade-William Booth." We Make This Sensational Offer lY

-"Foy Hobbs knocked out a ,, O
couple of fingers in the ball gamein wy A famous manufacturer needed f

Miami last Sunday. of tie cash to go Ito winter production .. 1so
-"Sid la limping around with t
a game hoof. Says he got It hurrying be let us have these superb t

around. Must have doneit Times J l l quality suits at a big sacrifice J
at night, for nobody taw him.
e.
1 If it weren't for ..
His envious enemies say it is the t ICI our lucky buy- +

gout, for the purpose of knocking Its these mils would be priced 25.00 1
looks
:Al our nation to rl .
him out with the
proletariat""Henry
:
Brooker went on a defenses speed !i the order nil to 30.001 I Take advantage of this :

trip to Bimini last Saturday and of the dajr. And vital to the I big sale and I

ran into a bad storm that kept quickened tempo of industry IOY.I"I

them at sea for 24 hours. lie and national activity U the .. .- + f
came back on Wednesday." service.
eountry'i telephone tI
-"Hobart Cmbtree and B. M.
From sea to lea, la every
Duncan the surveyor who are
to resurvey the drainage district corner of the land it must r, 1
set apart for the new canal, from function smoothly quickly What aGrand ;
Homestead to the Bay arrived In regardless of the added burden

town on Tuesday and are now on it it called upon to bear. )
the Job. la the nine southern states )
-"Uncle Nix has resigned as ( "BuY/ Men! .\ I
manager for Armour & Co. andal'ctpted served by Southern Bell, nor ,
with the than twenty-one thousand r 4
a position same r I
firm m traveling representative skilled telephone workers,
the arrangements to take effect with yean of experience in Cool Acetate !
meetingenxrgeodetan keen- Slacks .

ly conscious of the important I

j On Tour Way part they play in the national .

ThroughBeath defense program. They accept 4.00 99 You Save ,

Miami this new and chalbnging responsibility 2 Overvalued ,
with full confidence l.OOfYottd !

i Fill Your Tank atCLARK'S for they .tt prepared

organized, trained, and Expect These Morel
to .Cost
equipped-to meet the test of -
the times. Why? Because ftQ'ie the very I latest irylee--and

Southern Bell and the entire : the fabric and Coloring are 01 the very best) Lightweight

SERVICE STATION Bell System are In high / 'f but dressy-and they hold their shop
weUl Slid fastened. ,
chi High-wauled pleated stylesj.ta .
pro They an meeting the right colors lor Miami Sties 21 to 42
wear.
PRODUCTS .
GULP ..,..
I adoa',needs today.They art .a ,

:i W. T. CLARK, M&r.I ready to meet those of tomor- ,
S rf* r BtU Tilt +
tow.- #
i : I weeks Soot etTratI'Io t
Light at pbelse said r"'p fit Cow-

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, t* '.1. Friday:.ggptembof 13; 1940 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE rage. Seven


'![for Macon, G>., where both will ter, Carol, stayed; at the Archer ..
l enter Wesleyan College aa fresh- home to be with their mother, Mrs.I FLORIDA CITY
r men. J. M. Leach, who Is spending the By IIn.Y.. W. Sever,
In and Around summer with her daughter here. --.... .".-
Miss Mary Frances Arthur whoIs
I' In framing as I aurse at Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson we Mrs. Anthony Cuco+.nrdo wf|
I
Memorial Hospital' In Miami spent announcing the birth ef a four- leave this week fr her home t>\
Homestead I tile WH'kendWith her parents, and-one-third-pound, son. Ray Tampa after a two-neck visit with l
: I Mr. and Mri. A. F. Arthur, In Mitchell, In the James Archer her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Jeokin.
I
Homestead. i hospital.. Tom se.
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Mr, and Mrs. C. Haglor RIM I|11ft Atlantis City before returning Kattwrlne and Ann Shackloiord Bdwan Laiwien left Wvtlnes- i ANM..t Qxluiul I. .,..n"e'ca
.' ltd sons, Frank Magler( and Bun*. home the latter part et Oi.. nrMr who base: been visiting relatives In day for Macon where he will be few days; her tats weak.Mr. .
Tampa for three
,r. returned!YlllikJe'da1 front a trip mid Mrs Rifcert Newcemb weeks returned a senior at the University et I
I
t* their home here .
< 1fcrBi0i" the Smoky MmmtHJisad Iud their son are tatang care of Tuesday.Mr Georgia I aid Mrs D.m JI''Ut-rh"at"
. .a, a vast m Tuscaloosa and BiMWgkiM the Brewer place while Mrs Brewer and Mrs. Huge Vihlcn and --- at Mumil and hr M, Bobby
.
. :, Ala. and OreenvboroQa. : is away Mra. Maude Chandler returned Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Davis hadas were !Sunday' guests W Mr. >tijMu

sir I Sunday .hum. Uvok visit in guest Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Milt***.
L. A. Grace of und their
I I Mrs. Frank Skill tad daughter, Hendersons Miami
t I
Ms>, Olin Wright of McDonough Bkzabeth' will leave today or tomorrow daughter Catherine.: Mrs. Lli\t'd BiU and uhiUn*.

s ..., and her two children are for( Washington, D. C., I Miss Esther front a Livingston two-week returnedSunday visit In Neil Kna,'les and his mother, Anita, Phylis and John, relumedTuesday
visiting Mr. BId Mrs. Bruce Ennls where Mrs. Skill will visit her HendersonvilleMis Mrs. J. T. Knowles, of Key West from a visit In Lewlfbmis
r until Mr. Weight jams hill family brother-m-law and sister Mr. and I itptwt lust Saturday nltlht M Homestead W. Va.
MM whore they win mate their Mrs. J. T White, and Mass Skill Ben Archer returned Monday us guests .f Mr. Know let'
, r', hops. Mrs. Wright is the formerItlas will ester the University of Mary
I morning from Havana where Itr.h.r.ln..w. Bon Archer. Thcjr Steven Cucuio returned &./.
I' Fratie Grown who lived land. Spent two dads on a good Mil left eussy Sunday mnrnlng fur day from Vast Dedham, Mn....
a base several yours ago. tour of the BPVYC. During her Tampa to bring home Mr. Miis.vles'
,', Miss Jane GaiHn, aid Mns La. .absence her sister, Mrs James M. wife and two children who had Mr and Mrs. W. F. A. Robrrt-
_' i Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Field re- Nelle Rogers will leave Sunday I Carson of Miami and her dough eet1 visiting relatives there (Continued on Page Ten)
: tucned front week's tour _.
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Mrs. Frank--u. and Mrs In Three Great Divisions the

',f Mtbelle Rue returned yesterday
. f4 horn taking the tureiier's son Hart -
%../, to Gainesville where he will
I be a Mphomore_ She' Universityof

World
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Mr. and Mis S. E. Livingston

I left Wednesday morning for a vacation -
In Columbia, 3. C.


f1. Mr. sad Mrs. C. H. Steffanl who sit tr
have been traveling through Georgia -
I North and South Carolina and
Tennessee have returned to their

Noel home, accompanied here. ,Their them younger as far son at, Three entirely new lines Evety one a f eTo,pedo"! Your choice of a Six

Orlando whet he visited Mr and

Mrs. Robert Reel,, )his brother-in- in model. Prices above the lowest.
law and sister, until they returned. or an Eight any begin just
'.
,
Mrs. Beatrice Miller and children
Barbara and Sheridan. returned IN THE GREATEST YEAR.i .
Sunday from ,New York Or
i in its history Pontiac
City where they spent two months r
Visiting'! relatives. presents its greatest line of cars- (

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sherard will the 1941 Pontiac "Torpedoes"!

leave Sunday for a two-week va- Three entirely new lines of cars- '
ratio ntrlp through the mountains ,
I cf Georgia and North Carolina. every one a"Torpedo"-and every _
Miss Jeanette Seigren of Miami "
model offering you a choice of a
will be the beautician in charge
cf Mrs. Sherard shop Alice's Six or Eight enginel! And they'reled

a Beauty Parlor during their ab
by a new De Luxe "Torpedo"any
sence. Miss Seigren had chargeof
the shop last when Mrs car buyer can afford!
year new
PONTIAC Dl tuitl Low \$ Sherard was on her vacation. Bigger? Yes More powerful? Pontiac fciscoiyl TOSr1tww lrV< -over-all length increased 1udui.
d New conceded numiaivfcoardi. Available io tare tnodtlwi '
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W Stillman Yest! Easier to handle? Yes! More 1 "
and their daughters Margaret and
Betty, reaurned Wednesday of last comfortable? Yes! Yet they give

week from a six-week vacation you the same record economy that
trip to New York and Philadelphia.
'. made this year's Pontiacs such a
'
sensation!
Vernon Turner left Tuesday for
DeLand where he will enter his See these new Pontiacs today.
second year in the law school of
Stetson University Then you'll know why we say"It'sAnotbtr _

Big Year for Pontiac!
H. K. Foulk returned to Home-
stead Wednesday after a short
business trip to Winter Haven.
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Miss Bertha Nill Hausman had PONTIAC TtUMLINM tOS.MOO." A Dew ..r rtllin'd version of
a. guests yesterday Mrs. Wilson 6WHAfJfN1llfWNFN Poniinc' famous "Torpedo" styling. 122.inch ...beelba.-1ji<
Massey Barnes and Miss Sara Hor- IC inches greater vvvr-BU length. New concealed runsuac buxJn,
ton .lftf/YAffaifAoliYA' tau sted m the Four-Dooe Sedan and Sedan Coupes:
both of Miami Miss Haus-

man recently bought and moved 1. WW BEAUTY AND LUXURY
Into the house formerly occupiedby
Mrs. T. B: Grantbam in Forenir. 2. ENCLOSED 11oo'_RUNNING ko" BOARDS / _

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3. GREATER OVER.All LENGTH
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4. INCREASED POWER'
Miss Virginia
Frick and Miss Iva
Dyal left Tuesday for DeLand I. RECORD. GAS AND OK ECONOMY
where ..N..Oil a-
they will be students at
( University. 6. LARGER, SAFER BODIES "
stetson
7. NEW, TRU.ARC SAFETY STEERING _
Mrs. Thomas Brewer who hasbeen .. NEW INTERIOR LUXURY
visiting friends and relatives CUSHIONED"
"TRIPLI.
9. PERFECTED
to Brtvard, N. c., is In a hospital
In Brevard for treatment of a RIDE
broken arm. She plans to visit 10. CHOKE OF A SIX 01 AN EIGHT MANYMODE1

,Y fJ/A A .. PONTIAC CUSTOM *TO*>..O.* Tb .n 121tacbwhecllMM
r a -cnci..ill Itmgth increased 47.411Available, as a lout.
Door Sedan Sedaa Coup* aad WSCUMar
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MEMBERSHIP OF HOMESTEAD P. T. A. N M.NNNN W NYNNYNNNY W.NIN. UNIVERSITY CLUB ANNOUNCES BRIDGE
The Calendar
_1 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ANNOUNCED ------1 I I1 TOURNAMENT WILL BEGIN NEXT WEEK

Sept. 14-Food Sale sponsoredby
Tb Homestead P. T. A. executive er National Parent-Teacher MagailiMt Homestead Woman's Club for, The University dub' second annual -, Mrs. Lawrence Becker and Mr*.

committee for the new school and publications, Mr*. "benefit of municipal hospital. bridge tournament for Hi, Rudolph Mattson, on Oct. t; and

1* now complete announce Adrian Juoobs; health, Mrs. Joe Sept. It-Discussion of Roosevelt scholarship fund will begin next t; Mill Kathryn; Davis and Miss
fear
Hall; hospitality Mrs. J. D. Perkins and WillMe policies at Homestead week, Mrs. W R. Bird tournament t; Jewel Turner, on Oct. I.
Mrs. M. F. White, president. It It i ; library, Mrs. C. J. Parman; & P. W. a In Chamber of chairman, announced at the club 1 It wa decided that beginnings

composed of the live elected eI. membership, Mrs Geo. Harris; Commerce at 9 p. m. opening, meeting held at Mr*., November the meetings will be
fleers, thee principal and the historian motion picture, Robert J. Hester; 18. Bird' home Wednesday evening held on the fourth Wednesday
Sept. -Dinner
meeting of
parliamentarian and chairmen program, K. B. Blackburn; publicity Junior Woman's. Club at Bamboo There will be two afternoon each month instead of the second

chosen by themThe Inside, Mrs. William Gee; Tavern at I p. II). groups and) three evening group, Wednesday,
Mrs. White publicity\ outside, Mr. Nesbttt; tin. Bird (aid.Mr .
oftisers are: Sept 1?.-Ban i tit chicken I The president. Mr* Hindman,,
Mr*. O.o. a Ruehle, first vice room mother, elementary school luncheon in Homestead school *. Dave Webb will be chairman *, appointed Mrs Ruehle. Mrs June
president; Mrs. Jack Polk, second Mrs. HartY Schaubcrger; room cafeteria. for one afternoon group. Bird and Miss Davis to serve as a
vice-president Mr*. Jane Nesbitt mother hlftb school. Mr*. W. E. I I Mrs. Webb and Miss MargaretAme nominating committee and M"*.,
secretary; and Mrs. Geo. N. Wake- Rheney; student aid chairman, Sept. 17-Charter meeting ofWoman's will be hostesses at the first' Johnson, Mrs. James Bird and
Principal( B. M: Hlndmaa studycourse Society of Christian '
Ser
field treasurer Mrs. Lamar Dick. meeting; Mr*. Julian H. Webster Miss Behrens to prepare an
inson Is historian and Mrs. Ben Mrs. John Graves. vice in the Homestead Methodist I and Mri. Thomas Murphy, at the amendment to change the date of

Archer, parliamentarian.The The executive board will meet Church at 2p.m. second meeting; and Mr*. Frank the annual meeting:

chairmen include: cafeteria at 3 p. n. on the first Wednesdayof Sept. It.-Election of officers of I Hausman and Mrs. B. Q. Dye, on The hostesses, Mr*. W, R. Bird.
Mrs. Robert E:. Anderson; each month. Homestead Home DemonstrationClub. Oct. 23.Mrs. and Mr*. Ruehle, served sherbet
finance and budget, Mrs. A. W, Room mother are invited to all .
I I Geo. IX Ruehle I II chairman course.
Hutchlnson; Florida Parent-Teach of Its meetings. Sept. 13-Meeting of Cleaners of the other afternoon group, Present were: Mr, Hindman

.Class. I which plans to meet at I o'clock on Mrs. Ruehle, Mrs. W. R. Bird Mr*.
MISSIONARY! TELLS OF WORK Labor Day dance and floor show.A Sept. 23-Jennie Lcbdell Circlt I Friday Mr*. Ruehle and Mrs. James Bird, Mr*. Rutland, Mrs.
TO EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY birthday fund so-called because meeting with Mrs. A. M. Logan.S William Gee will entertain on Sept. Mills, Mrs. Fifield, Mrs. Johnson
Mission wqrk done this summer each member contributed a pt. I J.Meeting of Dad I 27; Mr*. Paul Reynolds'and Mrs. Mrs. Mattson Mrs. Becker; Mrs.

In. North Carolina by the Church penny for each year of her age, County Council of ParenlT.ueherlatioRl Theo J. Bleier, on Oct. 4, and Mr*. Archer, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs Frank
Army of the Episcopal Church was was established to be used to help In Redlaod High, Ben Archer and Miss Lois Beh- Webb, Mrs. Hood, Mrs. Thurman,
described by Miss Grace Butter- I clean the clubhouse and yard. School. reni, on Oct. 11. Miss Hausman and Miss Behrens.

field to the members of the St. Mrs. r be in charge of Sept. 25-Meeting of Book ClubIn Mr*. Howard Johnson 1* chairman -
John's Episcopal Auxiliary Friday I the \ I library at 8 p. m. of a group which will give FELLOWSHIP CLASS I

at the home of Mrs W. R. Bird. 'I I Dendj Ward and Mrs, Oct. I-Meeting of Outlook Circle parties for couple on Wednesday GIVES PARTY I

Miss Butterfield, who moved ,I Introduced as I of the Homestead Methodist evenings. She and Mrs. George The Wesley Fellowship Class of
from Mount Dora to Homestead new j|, Church with Mrs. Allan Klssam.' Polk will be hostesses on Sept. 25; the Homestead Methodist Church I

this past month, had spent the I I Members who can not attenothe Oct. Homestead P. T. A. ex- Mrs. Lonnie Hood and Miss Helen Save a party Tuesday evening In I
summer ut a training! school of the asked to ecutive committee meeting Daniel, on Oct. 2; and Mr*. W. R. the Sunday school building. A
dinner Monday night are
church In Glendale Springs, N C. i Oct 2-Meeting of Legion Aux- Bird and Mr*. W. M. Flflcld on wiener roast was to have been held
of the hostesses by
notify one
Mina Butterfield Is a graduate ,iliary. Oct. 9.MfS.. In the municipal park but rain
nurse and she ha* but recently returned I Saturday noon. Oct. 4.-Meeting of Episcopal Frank Webb is chairman off made a change of plan necessary.
from Porto Rico where she Present besides those mentioned Auxiliary.Oct. I f II group( that will give bridge Games were directed by Miss
did mission work. were: Mrs. Fletcher Bryant Mrs. 7-Meeting of Redlund parties for couple on Friday eve Marjorie Moser.
''i A covered dish luncheon preceded I E. A. Buchanan, Mrs. W. B. Caves, Neighborhood Circle With Mrs: W. nings. $he and Mr*. W. B. Mills I Others present were: Mr. and

the meeting. The Rev. R. Jr. Mrs R. E. Sherard Mrs. Paul E. Gaby. will be hostesses on Sept. 27; Mrs., Mrs. L. C Dodd, Mrs. Casper Williams
F BInckford conducted the devotional Losner, Mrs. Ansel Barrow Mrs. Oct. 7.-Bifciness meeting of E. B. Blackburn and }Mrs. J. Miss Mary Eleanor Wil-
*. I I Harold Oxford, Mrs. Virginia Wal- Junior Woman's Club. Rutland, on Oct. 4; and Mrs. R.I liams, Miss Marybelle Glbbs, Miss
Those attending were: Mr. 't10,,. Mrs. T. J. Walker. Mrs. Bruce Oct.Woman'* Club of Home- M. Hindman and Mr*. H. a. e* Helen and Antoinette Moye,
Mrs Blackford Mrs Lee H. Leh-1, Ennis, Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop, Miss stead meeting In clubhouse at man, on Oct. 11 Miss Alta Webster, Miss Jamie \

man. Mrs Geo. N. Wakefield, Mrs. Ellen Huff and Miss Geraldine 3p.m. A series of evening parties for Richards, Misses Helen Mildred e,
W K. Ilion, Mrs. Ralph Kingman, ReiU. Mrs. Olin Wright was a Oct. .-Dinner meeting o( Uni- women will be given by a group and Margaret Field Miss Nella '

{ Mr Edw. Stung, Mr*. A. H. Singleton visitor. versity Club. under the chairmanship of Miss Sauls, Robert Cast, Willard Nor-

Mrs. L. A. Fennel, Mr*.I Bertha Mill Hausman. Miss Haul- pan, Gene Hunt and E. J. Gra-
Frank Hausman, Mr*. C. P. Jack.I P. T. A. BOARD HOLDS FOOD SALE STARTS AT [man will be hostess on Sept. 25: ; pam.THE .
son Mrs. Henry Johnson. Mrs. M.i SEPTEMBER MEETING ':31 A. M. SATURDAYA

F. White, Mrs. J. A. Hooks, Miss The Homestead P. T. A. will food sale, sponsored by the
Berth Nil Baseman, Miss Mary II have a much smaller fund for its Woman' Club of Homestead, will Ew
Jackson, Miss Butterfield and Mrs welfare woi4 ,4bia year, PrlnculU be held Saturday morning beginning -
Bird B. M. Hindman, student aid chair- at !9:30 in front of the Dude
man, told members of the execu-I Drug Store.
CAFETERIA TO SERVE tive camir its meeting lathe The
'St proceeds along with those
CHICKEN LUNCHEON tlinio of Neva King
received from a sale the previous I.' .
To get extra funds for the Cooper Schim Ufcsdneaday after. week, will be given to the James ..," ..z .... uun .',.. t.. UiU'rd,
Homestead school cafeteria, the noon. Thl.r the South Dade Archer Smith hospital committee.
f
cafeteria manager, Mrs. J. M. Welfare Board, which administers
( Forte, and her assistants will serve the welfare funds for South Dade, DIXIE DRUG
convention which will be held In I
a chicken pie luncheon Tuesdayfor I gets i portion of the Miami Community Miami in November. I
the P. T. A. executive committee Chest funds instead of the rbonea JI and 'HI-Homestead. Fls
the faculty and all others who race track fund formerly available. Present were: Mr*. Joe JACK J-OLK-1I0WARD JOHNSON. ,
care to com. The charge will be The committee voted to have Its Hall Mrs. White, Mrs. Hutchinson 1
.
Mrs. Nesbitt, Mrs. Ruehle ltd Se ) *.I to w.r4.ck lee *MUM. > M*> wtf 1| stay
forty cent. usual tag day at election time. Mr*. Archer Mrs. Wakefield, JofLP.nnal IM end t! ==easy M. drag Moro..Hunt 10 par.kaa. 6.t b.rtr. More
Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson, finance dependable 1 mmli.iiaiM and It His.. aces time ,.t real| soviets| fcf ltocli"9t
MR. AND MIS. BECKER and budget chairman, will manage \, Mr*. Rheney, Robert. lIP the H",.H pose $*..- lack t. School 3,610.' oil 1 values! for vryoM. (
Hester and
Mr. Hindman
CUE DINNER PARTYMr. the tag day sale.

and Mrs. Lawrence Becker Mr*. Geo. D. Ruehle tint vice-
entertained with a turkey dinnerat president, was appointed by thepresident 3 S.. Met rw .hi....V... ,.* the bed ef .'
Mr. M. F. White, to mat rich .h. they per/ balk M .."**. .tehMres
their home In Florida City Saturday
tit. to led melulets--ad. j'
annual sale of workbooks ban i ir
handle the
evening. w e4 .I 4 resell May it muck Utter ..... AlIt tr
Covers were laid for: Mr. and I to the elementary school d MM '*M w key ear tnt steelmerd..dise
Mrs. Roger Snow, and son. Philip' children. She will be assisted by I = 4* best .* 1
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Mattson Mr. C. J. Parmaa. Mrs W. E. A I GIVE THEM asset School tos-lit '-t.... 1.63.-.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Becker, Mrs.!' Rh sy Sad Mn. Geo. N. Wake- I ..... Yee their M.*. Hi*.licit the *.*.*)
field. The work books are brought 7H.-B.-SrW/TH DTM Star (a* Moiftf t,
W. L. Vercoe, Mrs Chas Becker,I I r
Mrs S. Mattson, Miss Isabel' from Miami and sold at cost to *lttall;

Becker, Mill Anna Lochrle MissRosalyn save parents from having to go to '&Kaft SCHOOl SUPPLIES
Becker, W F A. Robert- Miami for them. ._
son, Norma and Ricky Becker and Mrs. Ben Archer, county board I I

Mr. and Mrs. Docker. ,I I member, gave a report of the stateGLASSES dieautijsafe !I For Schppl f PINT SIZE

OREX
TO MARK GOLDEN JUBILEE: : I I I Lunches CAL '

OF WOMAN'S CLUB LEAGUE j lostlowpi 'vs squ do Bus l/tess/ Bottle .
'I : vlo+ VaCUum
The'golden Jubilee, or 50th annlverary -; ._.. _tbod Qd; H.. bbd nee ah.M la
of the general federation'! > beNb i s fI"I
t m -T MU oomfortabl*! .N "' Vital
of Women' Clubs will be celebrated I Life .Sole NeY' bled l'' .."'" :=: t.4'. ,
by the Junior Woman'j Geyer JU.fr.* east saw.T+ tiers. \ .....g...NSNd N Me /

Club of Homestead at a dinner h e .... .....",. ....
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boo meeting Tavern.Mrs Monday. evening in Bam' J 139 .. -

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Malcolm McDonald of 1M '!. 19c. s
.i Miami, state chairman of Juniors, t ."" 704 Von
will be guest speaker and wlU tell Oil I\lachlnelew 1-1

what happen to junior club members Tea miss so meek ah.n yin iwthalfWA Permanent Wave
after they reach the age limit Yew eyes ors i2% at YostCh1ciup ECONOMY ROTARY
w of the junior club. yew sysst -Il

Mr* Herbert TlnterIn.. Bur. 7LIC 'S BeAUTY
ley Dandy; and Mis Pearl Whit-I Dr. B. F. Stebbins i ipflfPencSharpener ,
alter will be hostesses. A silver PARLOR
offering will be taken and sent to'' Dr. L. W. Stebbins = Nice sharp' "H the national headquarter IMS w. Flatter St. Miami Ii U-lf McCrery Arcade ,
j Alice Stienrd. Owner-Operator
Mrs. James L Bird announced rh_ J-MIS I '
DAve ', ,
Phone Sea-W \
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that 120." seracleared on the1, r .U.o..tltfAtVl..U. fi

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i I -Friday.September 13. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Fade Nina

Islstant secretary; and Mr*. W. B.' the parsonage, and she was presented Tuesday after school opens al r Is
(Caves, treasure With an Immense basket of the usual custom, announces Mrs.
I : flowers. I Front Skill captain. Mrs. Skill
! 't Social Events I I1I1RS I litera-ture ; MM. S. L. West gave a reading will leave today or tomorrow to
lihlp, Mrs Julia Polk; personal Ice cream and cake were served I accompany her daughter, Miss
I by the hostesses, Mrs McConnell Elizabeth Skill, to Maryland, and
!serviwt, Mrs Annie Butler, mission
Mri J. Tom Vann, Mrs J. R. Dor-I visit relatives In Washington, D. C.
study, Mrs. Charles Martin; pub. sejr and Mrs Edwards The troop will begin meeting in
licity, 1\f1'f. E. L. Lawrence, social, the latter of October.
Two had charge of a program on part
FRANK IRWIN ELECTED PRESIDENT I Mrs. J R. Pope, White Cross, Mrs "Jews in the Southland." Those

k OF W. M. U.; MRS. COLLIER IS HONORED I S.McConnell A King;; devotional Margaret Fund Mrl,W.Mrs T. taking>art were Mrs T B. Kirby, \V..8. C. S. CHARTER MEETING: -
.
Mn. Bert Andrews!, Mrs s. ATurner.
T. D. Plchi, Y. W. A., Mrs Ralph TO BE HELD TUESDAY
Mrs. Frank Irwin wa.-elected J: Lawrence: Scott, first vice-presi Edwards; Sunbeams, Mrs. Jim The charter meeting of the
president of the Woman'i Minion-1 dent; Mr. E. H. Collier, second i Vann; O A, Mrs J. R. Pope and Women's Society of Christian
try Union of the First Baptist vice-president; MM J Lee Smith Mrs. Gordon Ivey; R. A, William HOMESTEAD: GIRL SCOUTSTO Service of the Homestead Methodist
'I Church of Homestead at a meeting third vice-president; Mn. J Tom McConnell, Jr MEET IV: OCTOBER Church will be held Tuesday
Monday afternoon in the Sunday Vann, recording secretary; Mrs. The retiring president, Mrs. E The Nasturtium Troop, 15, afternoon at :2 o'clock in the
school building. Chesley Saunders, corresponding I H. Collier, was honored after the Homestead Girl Scouts, will not I church. This will take the place
Other officers elected were: MI'I.I j secretary; Mn. A. D. Smith, a.- meeting with e surprise party at begin its 1940-41 year on the first of the regular circle meetings. .
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/ ./ H1NIIN..1NINN.MSOENTS - I Patty, returned to their' home Inf, 1

; IN[ AND AROUND 'Miami Sunday after a one-weelc| 1
r Auto Quiz'No. 9168rit111 visit with Mrs. B. H. Edwards.?. \
....."..".......""_..",,,..........,,......,,.., HOMESTCAD mother of Mr. Ryle,
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MISS PHYLLIS FARM ,
GIVES BRIDGE PARTY NNNMwwMwwlNlwwN1"NNNw MINNININ/MMNNIM Mrs. Frank Stalllngs of South''
Miss Phyllis Parman entertained (Continued on Page Seven) Miami and her son, Skipper, were' j

with I bridge party Friday afternoon l l son returned Friday from a visit Wednesday visitors at the home ot,'.
U the home of hec parents r Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Severy. *
with relatives In Ohio and Wll- I
Mr. and Mrs C. J. Parman. KILLED kensburg, Pa. Mrs. Robertson li t'
Miss Eleanor Kendrick was high I amom 00 goo spending this week In Miami with Mrs. Ray Gooding and son, Curtis :
core prize winner. I -- her daughter Mrs. Anna Porter- returned Saturday from 8 fit,
Present were: Miss Alta Webster ---.w field. summer's visit In Basslnger, Fla.'\

Miss Barbara Done, Miss -- 5'
s Mosely! Sever Mlu Iva Dyal, Miss --- Mrs. Wm. Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Rohrer of "
McCullough. of Red-
Nina Pearl Miss Vlrlnla'Frick visitors in',<
Bush Miami were Sunday
land her children, Carolyn, Dorothy ,
Miss Dana Brown "Lookbahind JI
Mary i and Billy, and Mrs. Rudolph Florida City.
Miss Kendrick and Mm Parman. I ,
Mattson were luncheon guests of
I Cohernour will leave
Mrs. Boyd
Mrs. Johnny Becker on Wednes-
RAIN OR SHINE CLUB you day. Saturday for a visit with Mr. and
MEETS WITH MRS. SKILL ;.;; fl tstga Mrs. Jack Cohernour of Lynchburg -

Mr*. Frank Skill entertained Va. i i i j
The W. W. F. C class of the
members of the Rain or Shine Clubat
Florida
City Community ttourch Florida will participate with
her home Sept 5 with lunch- .
a
held Its September meeting Thursday both an exhibit and a In the'Southeastern
eon. The afternoon was spent In at the home of Miss Kathleen World's r.t Atlanta
.ewln,.
Freeman. Sept 28 to Oct. 8. Governor
TrmlMi SWttT ItnrM
Those present were: Mrs. Carl .
Dcden, Mrs. Robert Dareing and 1. Truly, the traffic accident situation Is worse than war for during Cone and other Florida officials -
daughter, Carlo Mrs. H. P. Mc- the last sixteen years almost twice as many Americans have lost Mrs James Ryle and daughter I plan to attend. "
Daniel! Mrs. Julian H. Webster, their live In automobile accidents aa were killed In action or died i
Mrs. Lee H. Lehman Mrs. FrankB. of wounds In (a) The World War. (b) The Civil War. (c) the
Rue, Mrs. Helen Hackler, Mrs above wars combined. (d) The World War Civil War and Revolutionary 1941 STATEDRIVER'S "
Skill and Miss Elizabeth Skill. War combined. (e). all the wan in which our country ha* :"'

PROGRAM IS CHEN been 1 engsgtd.Wa hope you won't ever lie involved In an accident but If you LICENSES i

BY ENSEMBLE CLASSA should be, no matter how alight it 1* we hope you will- (a) drive
home, telephone the police, await development (b) stop give aaalrtance I .1
of
the Ensemble Class "
taught group by Mrs. R. H. Fitzpatrick U necessary, end Identify yourself (c) drive quickly to the OBTAINABLE IN HOMESTEAD 'AT
nearest police station and report (d), drive to the nearest telephone
gave a program Saturday morning I <
and call the hospital.I.
at the home of Mrs. Fitzpatrick. few fatal accidents OCC\III'speed of 29 miles par bout or lea. I LEGION TAG OFFICE'J "
The follows
program : True (-) or False (-).
Pop Corn Boy"'_..'. _. h Cramm II t:. .
Rachel Dodson Nei ANSWERS ON CLASSIFIED FACE I Open 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Daily
I>
Surprise Symphony" .. ... Haydn ,
Junior Pope ma Johns:;;:Sarah Vihlen Melba sion of some of the general activities -| f<'.'

Summer Reverie" .. Torjussen Collins, Peggy O'Brlan, Evelyn of the chapter for the past
Doris Ada Dodson jossman, Rosemary Hermlngton, and coming year were participated '
Curious Story" . Heller Kathleen Wagner Hazel Johns In by all members present, and I<
Ruth Rutland Grace Burry, Charlotte Murray, a visitor Junior King, was introduced -
SluWc March". Tsrhaikowskl Marlon Gossman, Gloria Sage, El and made a few remarks j
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Clarice Dodson, Mrs. Fitzpatrick vira Burry, Vera Sage Marie It was decided to begin our meetIngs -I
M Fifth Nocturne" Leybach Rogers, Kathleen Campbell, Rob at 7:30 p. m. beginning at;
Mable Ruth Pope ert Collins, Benny Hennington, next regular meeting, Instead of
Elude In A Flat WallenhauptHilda Mrs. Marshall Collins Mrs. Har- at 8 o'clock as during the past I

Dodson vey Gossman, Mrs. Charlie Hen few months
:Waltz In E Flat Durand I II
and Mra. Albert !
nington Camp
Present were: John Landrum,
Mary Frances Rutland
I Earl Wysong, Reid Wysong, Lewis,
Ruth Rutland received for bellNext
having completed her project a pin of Tuesday Sept. 17,' at one Vrana, Phillip Reams, H. A. Aman;'
o'clock the girl and visitors will Jr., Chas. Behrens, Rex Romine
three solos of
Illustrative types of
meet at the municipal park In and Junior King. i i
music-an etude, a classic and a '
Homestead. We adjourned at 8:30: and en-
Solon type of aolo.
.... ... .. Joyed refreshment Kldld'
Guests were: Mrs. J. R. Rut- .... .''/NNNI INIMNI/MIINNNNNNIINI !j A SMALL HOME
land, Mrs Floy Watson Melba RED LAND F. F. A.
VanWInkle and Jimmie Watson. A professor was trying to demonstrate -j r
LEWIS VBANA. ReporterMNNNNNMNNNINNNNw1.NwIN.N.NINNNNNN.N. a simple experiment In! ad std 20 ar/rm"a
DEMONSTRATION CLUB the generation of steam. I y
TO MEET NEXT 'What' have I la my hand?"' v
TIILRSDAYThe Monday night our chapter held he asked. |
Homestead Home Demonstration its regular Darting and heard reports 'A tin can," was the answer.'Exactly. .
Club will hold Its first of the work day committeeon )
Now little I
meeting of the fall can any With One of
next Thursday
the wqrk day held last Saturday
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In the Neva King Cooper School boy tell me how with this tin can,j
by Phillip Reams and a report -
Is to I
it possible generate a u
auditorium will be when elected.officers for the by H.. A. Amen, Jr., regard-i ingly amount of speed and poweralmost :;I'
year
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log the progress to date by the beyond control?" Our New Construction
program of work committee. 7
Mrs Herman Hemleln, Mrs. M. I One little boy raised his hand.i
V. White and Mrs. Ben Archer attended Charles Behrens presided at this "You may answer Carter. I
meeting Instead of our regular "Tie it. to a do,'* tail."-Wall
a meeting of the board of I
managers of the Dade County president, Rex Romine. Discus Street Journal. LoansYou

Council of Parent-Teacher Association -
In Miami Wednesday fore-
noon.M1N1NN.INN.11NNM11.NININII1111111.,1..x1..1..

_I can build an attractive home that can .!

Rcdland Girl Scouts
By KATHLEEN CAMPBELL I be paid on convenient terms to suit YOUR in- J

.......,,,.....,,..N.11N1111111111111111.1.11..111.NNThe I come. !
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troop went on a picnic to

the Matlicson morning Hammock a number Tuesday of games In I Mean Guaranteed Used Cars A small down payment. (Equity in the

Were played, Including a close
gum of diamondball.: A grand I 1939 CHEVROLET COUPE-black finish, low building lot will be acceptable.) :Monthly pay

picnic lunch was spread beneath owned good tires radio
mileage, locally ; ,
the royal palms beside ments on some loans low
one of the are as as $20.
mall lakes. I clean inside and out.
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After lunch there was a rest 1937 FORD 60 TUDOR SEDAN-a real buy at ,
period during which singing and'' Would you like to see some of the homesin
story telling were enjoyed. By I the price.

2 o'clock all were ready for a and around Homestead built through our ;'
1936 CHEVROLET DELUXE TUDOR TRUNK
r long swim in the bay. The remainder -
of the picnic lunch was' SEDAN-one of the best buys in town. NEW CONSTRUCTION LOANS We'll be

eaten before Calling It a day and" Dual equipment throughout with radio
a
leaving for home. glad to drive you around to them. Phone for
included. Come in and see this one.
Present at the picnic were: Thel-
I appointment at convenience. :
1935 BUICK FORDOR SEDAN-You will be your 1.an 1.

surprised to see a car of this age in such I
Prompt, Courteous
Serviceat good condition. The green finish .Is' like
the
new. The inside as clean as can be. .Mechanically .- BROOKER1'

SINCLAIRService O. K.

1936 INTERNATIONAL PICKUP Recondi- :

tioiutl and ready to go fo work.

StationJohn Bird Chevrolet Co. Lumber Company tl


E. Davis, Prop. I oldest Chevrolet Dealer ea Florida East Coast

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' CHECK FARM RECORDS 1 self open to a charge of "evading

79 STUDENTS A. Dunscombe, field agent for responsibility' and severe punishment -

t' 'I the agricultural adjustment administration In many localities you are CLASSIFIED ADS

I (Continued From Page Ten) started work of also required: to report an accidentto I

Froicher art cadets at the U. S. checking Redland District conservation the proper authorities.
Naval Acadmy at Annapolis. Wil- records, and D. A. Sowell, 3. True. Many minor mishaps RATE: First insertion 104 a line; subsequent insertion

, Jard Hendershott Ii studying at the poultry specialist of the state extension occur at low speeds but police department 1 BO line._ ,._ ,
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Margaret Berger who hal attended poultry records in the Homestead at 25 miles an hour or under. FOR RENT terett, payable semiannually.

Tulane University summer office of Shades H. Steffani, Dade M.M.MM.MN House In Homestead, $2,000$250

+r, school will attend that Institution County agricultural agent, yes FOR RENT- 0 acres Wilt of Per- cash $25 per mo.; 6% interest,

this winter also. terday. NOTICE OF APPLICATION rlne, )S per acre. Offer good payable seml-annually.
will attend Carlisle -
Cecil Parker FOR TAX DEED
Military Academy at Barn- 0 for one week only R. J Cleln,I Benjamin W. Morris
17457 Acts of 1935
Chapter Phone 3-6012 2-2681 '
or HO Registered Real Estate Broker
berg, S. CCarolyn
File A-4106
and Valeria Campbellwill of il'1of even microscopic: proportions West Flagler St.. Miami. s3)) N. Krome Ave, Homestead
Notice U hereby given that H. L.
as well as metal and car- to Trevecca College in '
go IMtlejohn holder of state and
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FOR RENTFUR.'iISlIED APT.
bon particles. Tests have been
Athens, Tenn. I county Tax Certificate No. 926 Issued -I all-electric; preferably by year. FOR SALE Tropical plants citrus .
conducted with kinds of oil
rti Mary Grace English will enter many the third day of August, A. D. Reasonable rent Mrs Eva Collins trees and tropics fruit In
at different engine
Ward-Belmont Junior College In with uniformly amazing temperature results. 1936 has filed same In my office\ Biscayne Dr and Federal season Jungle Grove, Redland

Nashville, Tenn.Henrietta and has made application for a I Highway 2 miles above Homestead road and Plummet drive.
"The oil cleaner
new will add
Hartman, a former tax deed to be Issued thereon Said
at Modello. (a2-tf)
I materially to the life of the engine
resident of Homestead and student Certificate embraces the follow-I WANTEDjWANTEDRepresentative
at Homestead High School, bearings, especially in dusty countries ing described property In the RENT YOUR HOtbE-furnlsned I

is taking a laboratory techniciancourse and we feel certain Is des- County of Dade State of Florida: or unfurnished. I have year to lokI
i I tined to add another important engineering I
Vanderbilt 'round
t at University to wit: clients Benjamin W. our magazine suhsCI'lptlolI
hospital In Nashville. [ tint to the already long Lot 1, Block 3, Lualeah a Morris registered real estate I j Interests In Homestead and vicinity. -

Jack Kopp is entering his senior list of universally adopted fea- Sub., Plat Book 19, Page 66 broker N. Krome ave., next to I Every imily orders subscriptions -

1. year at Webb School! of Naval tures that" have been pioneered by In the County of Dade, :fate Baptist Church. (Jul6tf) a Hundreds of dollars

J Architecture In. New York CityPhyllis Pontiac, Klingler said of Florida. I are spent for them each fall and
... FOR RENT-Apartments. Sum-
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Jensen will enter Tennessee said
of
The assessment property winter In this vicinity. Imtructlons -
rates Benj. W. Molds
mer ,
1: Wesley College CARD OF THANKS under the said certificate Issued and equipment free Guaranteed -
.. registered real estate broker
", : Doris Price will return to North We wish to express our appre- wall In the name of: Mrs. O L. lowest rates on nil periodicals -

;''... Manchester College, N. Manchester ciation to our many friends for Minert FOR SALE domestic and foreign
\ Ind., for her second year. their kindness and sympathy during Unless said certificate shall be I Represent the oldest magazine

'. Alice Penny, who was graduated our recent sorrow redeemed according to law the FOR J5ALE Fruit stand Mn agency in the United States,

from Redland High School in MAUDE HUNT BROADHURSTAND property described therein will be Eva Collins. Federal Highway' at I Start a growing and permanent

1938, wW 'continue her' work at FAMILY.AUTO sold to,the highest bidder at the BIscayne Modello. (i2tf) business In whole or spare time

Michigan State' University' In East- M W NNNINMINNNNM.N......-..............", Court house door on the first Monday Address MOORE-COTTRELL,,
Lansing. f,. .:. ? in the month of October, 1940,, RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for I Inc., Naples Road North Cohoc-
'John and Edward.Hicksonare QUIZ NO.9ANSWERS which 'U the 7th day of October, sale cheap. Mrs H. 1(. Ewing ton, New York. (ps20)
f entering their second yearat Ala 1940. IS N. E. 8th [A.\ ;homestead

"T bama Polytechnic Institute at 1. e. air thewars in which our Dated this 20th day of August, (aietf). T u GUAVAS-If you have guavas for
;' Auburn, Ala, while Howard 1940. sale suitable for jelly mail postcard
country has been engaged Our nation FOR SALB-CornmorSnd fur-
+I<. Crouse will enter his first year' E. B. LEATHERMAN, and we will see you. Sun-
has been engaged In six maJor nished house Fjorlda: City,
: there. of Circuit Court Rayed Fruit, 2052 N. W. 2nd
: Clerk ,,
wars since its birth in 1776 In 12.500-$250 cash $25
per mo.;
(aid)
Wm. J. Clark Jr., will complete Dade County, Florida. ave, Miami.
total these wars have extendedover 8% interest, payBlof' eml-an-
his studies at Mars ,Hill Junior
Circuit Court Seal ,
a period of about 11 years. nualy. Sv9 TUTORING WANTED high
Mars Hill, N. C., and Lu' D. C.
College, N. C.
By STERRETT
4t1 The number of American soldiers Housai'tn Florida City, $1800 school and grade school subjects:
elite West and' Billy Walton.will, (Au,. 23, SO,, Sept. 6, 13-1940).
killed In action or died of wounds $250 cash, $25 per mo.; 6% in- Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. B,
their first there. .
begin year during those 16 years was 244.357. Plummer drland Country

q During the last 16 years there have Lei GARLIC Help Fight 1 NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATION DEFOrn FOR Club road.CLEAN .

been almost 471000 Americans a' .. IIIIT
NEW OjLFILTER I killed in traffic accidents. Harmful Colon Bacltrla Untie fa forth given that R. )I). Hen RAGS WANTED Will

2. b. stop give assistance if necessary o.t sd.....I Harmful ..._Ie wean.1.tad lar holder. of City of Mi.ml Tax tarllll.tau exchange subscription or advertising
.,
II wsIs ..,tor Ie yasr *own easy be Numbered 10.1 and 1. datod the
t"I'i' (Continued From Page Three) and Identify yourself. II I .I pas and "-soles dtr..lef Got day o( Jtma. A. D. \tSR. his llfd for clean rags Leader-
r.'d.: ::, .. offlr and has made
and .I Try DEARBOKJ laid certificates In aiy Enterprise.
If tllng chamber, wh, h is concentric you leave the scene of an accident,, .decl..s G.rlls Tablets. Come is application for tax d.*d to two then,aIn
I with the oil Inlet tube. Around even though your motives may be:I ERUJ sad stl s ran trial pwkaesat aaeordane with law Said nrtlflraMmbrar CERTIFICATKS:

the settling chamber U an: Invertedcup of the best, you may leave your Dixie Dnc. .situated* In the Date following County d.*rrlhMl EJurlda properly...-..11.. Order far '..bll.Ie.It *
fill In
-and between the cup and the Lot all Rlh II. Orchard Villa K.. above appnrlnaby anllllad rauaa affl.larit that Annie t.Individually rlik the..
settling chamber 1s a cylindrical trn.ton. Plat nook IT, Pan II In the and aa Executrix of the R: tate
City of Miami. County of DariV BtaMnf .
of Edwin W. Flak, dcaa dr'pmlan'
screen, Florid.. u embraced In OrtlflrawNo .
I therein namd la Ron raaldrnt of theState
a
oil first throughthe 10411 The ._......t of aald prop. .
All of the
passes of Florida. and that the ml"knoa of
ands the laid certificate Issued
screen which: takes out any arty ID the of Unknown the said defendant. aa particularly aala
Brand woe am*
Redland
known to .""/'.t h aa allow: us W,
i-' large particles If. dirt. Then it I Lot SI. Blk. II, Orchard Villa r..- second street Mount Varnon N... Yorkt
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trnilhn. Plat Stab 17 Pass 40 In the
enters the inlet pipe and la drawn City of Miami. County of Dada. Slawol that then I* no person In. the state rfllorlda .
the service of a immuna In rharvfary
It upward flowing against the bottom Klorl hi, as nbra<+d In Certificate upon whom would bind the laid a>..
'I No. 1047 Th. nuMtnwnt of aaldproperly
of the' Inverted This 'f..d.nt. and that the dfffa.lant I* o rand
cup.
trader the said renifleat to .
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the of twvnly-ont yran.It .
changes its direction and causes It Fertilizersare I tied.. was .. the earn* of UnknownUal to. thereto.. ordered. that the ..'ldIB
,af.yiald s,111c.te' aaatf .m nilmodaecordlnz .... .....
to flow downward around the outside I drfandhat ba. and she la
law tai k"l will hiw thor.- ,
of the Inlet pipe for a short 'tUi day nf 04 JV 'to D 4 hereby minlrul hi pee I* the Illll atComulalM
'l.g fdrd In aald cause oa or r-
i I.n : of{ .i5.dr. :
flat Deed tab sal day S i D .
distinct where It strikes a for Uoadar. tb. 7th day of C.'r. AI
baffle. The baffle causes the direction I'' 1910 II II Ir-jtrKFHMAN.j ),. 1140 Otherwise the allniatMMia of said
manufactured in Homestead
Illll will ba taken aa rn'ihii by laiddrfradant
Clfrk iLItHlt.tt I irt.Pad
of the sit to be phuiply reversed I .
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\Ooanty rior.la II la further orilrrd. that this ,lair
throwing all particles, p( cwt.
ClrwiU Imrrt ba publiahnl weak fur four ..._
oar* a
dirt eat of the oil stream and Into I a, U e. STHT-I'ETT: D. C .U". marks In The 1_"...CntarprkM" an.wtpapee
owned <8>lt S. II. U .4, 1U4UIIN
by a locally (0 17 *,
tie settling chamber where' they company. 1, I'Sail published i la paid County and

settle te the bottom. ins rmn'!' r.i'iwr or TIIHA Rated KM out day, of Aiwiiat. A. D.
hi all experimental work Jtbs ,EI.RVs",j.va ".sserd1. ellff".T, 1 !Mt.
Mixtures are carriedon I *"* eve pldaa I5+.'"... Ml*. IXtAlMltRMAItrrlt
keen te emptra "JjJlt
never
iKwraptnay
)
tied, rie c' of tlmHl OiiKtOftvuH
settling chamber Qd.since tits miss Itr {:SJI.m"1t8. a i..tml.l|>al .... ( Oont (Valil I
oil near the bottom of the chamber perRtt.s ; ... III... of FIri4n. Plain.) .ran. Daputy nicR, JR.lark

Is not disturbed the dirt does not hand for every I Uft. IDA O BArCOCNAm ,
enter the oil JOHN H 1I1111'1mACH'. AWW E fTWrCInd ( II 18. SO. "H-ft e. 111tkJIcllor
strca111After
again
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sit( ,vMually mod at Hi.'tn< of llw P for Coni lainai t
reversing its direction: ..> ol EDWIN W, HsKP tl",.ail. f -
the baffle the oil Is. sucked need. :8 "o\II.Y.Y and OAIID( DK
OP 1HF VEB-
through the oil pump inlet into the ; DRAINAGE DISTRICT a
pump and then pumped into the I.... ..* ...........110.. nor-.""....
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TO roRWTLOSH TAX BALE
lULL
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is'stated that examination of '. ......, ." ,,, II.. ....
the 'dirt trapped*.in the cleaner I Be tare that yeur eyes are u

show that Jt comprises.partickis load aa your brakr*-ha\e them DR.R.S.AKEHSDENTIST :
always appreciated. .
tested at Irani-one* sac r year

OR.. M.. A.'BERGER I IR.F.PrAUCHEl.AND !

Office Moral t to 5 :
a. n. p. in.

Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. I SON : Sundays t t. 11

I Dentist Consulting Optometrists : Cloned Salnrdajr
FRANK B.RUE.MGR. I
-to 124 W. FUcier SL, MlanU. no.lye. ,
Office Hours 8:30-4:30 Free Parking Space :
,MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER .W.mlod-I..s. Growdcl..s
First National Bank I II......... 1764 N. tv. J6T1I flT, MI M1_

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I cessories for repair or replacement,!], ; SCHOOLSContinued with a total value in excels of:
$10,000 was maintained at the tent I
( from fate On) "service headquarter, i == !isiMiA6t|* #**
principal, announced the Of the total of 3,400 pieces of I II
tng members of hit high mechanized equipment which this FRRNKLIN'S
faculty: Mrs Margaret I record number of troop used in
octal studies; Miss Lois the army's greatest training session '
mathematics and social ; more than one-third were
Mn. Marion Btoter, English: R. j Chevrolet, They included five-
Hester, science i Geo. W.k passenger sedges for use by officers IBSSHSIJI"s
vocational agriculture, ; C H. wad io communication duty; WESTON'S COOKIES
manual tr ioip(; Mrs. eight passenger reconnalsance C
;Webb, horn economics; Mn. ) cars, haJl. ul pick-up for all.duty aniaa0DIN
garet UUU, music; Mr*. use; JVton cargo trucks and lh I Cello.Rolls . 2 for 19c
Gee, art and Spanish; Mri. .\ ton ambulances In addition, ..v.
Galluher, study hall; Mri. eral of the larger trucks were letup 1 lb. Asst. Pkgs. ... .. 22c
.
Scott, commercial; E. B. as mobile repair shops and 3 lg. cans .
bum, dramatic and public I traveling warehouses, to follow 2
Ing; Mr*. J. R. Rutland. the mechanized troops as they ad. Selected
U. S. No.1 ,
Bulk
high English; Mn. Emily vanced In the sham warfare. Man Concentrated
mathematics; and R. W. Macy, ned by factory-trained Chevrolet =
aecretary. mechanics and skilled army craftsmen SUPER.SUDS l\IEAL or GRITS POTATOES a
Carl Wagner, Redland these Chevrolet mobile machine .

principal member,of announced the high school hit diately shops behind were the In lines service to Imme.assure Giant Size 49c 5 lbs. . .14c 10 lbs. . .15 c IN

ing staff: social science, swift advance of the troops. I
Katherine Davit; Gasoline for these service unitsas E H. Coo's 19c Selected
Charles L. Ooley; science, well as for the combat transport
Gray; commercial subject, trucks was provided by additional RITZ CRACKERS, 1g. pkg. Iceberg.Lettuce
Julia Sullivan; librarian, Chevrolet mobile equip.:
Mary D. Nettles; Industrial ment which transported the fuel '
R. E. Trotter; home in 10-gallon containers. Thus' I SiIREDDED 2 lg. heads .1Sc I
Mill Berth Nill Hswiman; complete assurance aganlot break' WHEAT, 2 pkgs.17c
Mn. Rebecca Gray; physical down or delay" is furnished. '
cation D. R. Snyder; I Fancy Bleached
agriculture, M. A. Baker, Operations during the mock, Gruber's 2-1 oz. jar
and secretary, Mu Jewel ; warfare stimulated as nearly .11 CELERY HEARTS
possible actual wartime condi-
Latin and :English, Mini
tions. The mobile equipment was Pure Jam 17c
Harkneu; mathematics, J. IIC'I Grape
Caldwell; and Spanish and driven across open terrain, forded Bunch . . IOe
lish, Miss Helen Daniel. streams when necessary, and em- = ::::
Faculties of the ployed bridges built by engineering == =
Florida City and Redland detschments where required. Small C Fancy
Even the troops Involved were on : 21
schools will remain the same.
.
Removal of Mr. Hlndman'i actual wartime rations.More I IRil1s0 Large Carrots
fice to larger quarters, grading tharT 000,000 acres of land ei
sodding of ground and were leafed by procurement I lg. Pkr.
of trees and shrubbery are officers for the maneuvers. Every I 3 ::3
provement authorized by available building In Little Tails i LUX BRAKES 23c 21g. bunches .15c
Dade Board of Education at suited to army needs, was taken I \iia Ei
Homestead schools. The over for" the duration of the "campaign ::::: Yellow !
formerly occupied by the GHQ being sa t up In the
3 for
class has been converted Into local high school where officers: _
office for the principal. assemble dally for field orders. I I LifEbUOY Onions I
19c
ground work, started a month Servicing of the Chevrolet
by WPA workmen but equipment by the Boston company''
ued a week later, will be mechanic and regular army per
today. This will be followed sonnel was under the direction of ; LtlX Soap 2 for 3 lbs. . .10c
the tree and shrubbery Major G. A. Lockhart of the quartermaster -; 1 9c :
which will be done by corps.Experience :
::::: Greening
students under direction of has shown, It is un-
Wakefield. deartood, that the majority of the .- eeati, LB. Cooking APples mPr"
repairs required by the Chevrolet SPRY -ENI-NG3
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mobile equipment in use in army' 3: "AYlSO..t 1t 5 Ibs 19c a
CHEVROLET maneuvers are minor replacement
of such Items as headlamp lenses,

Minn.(Continued, established From and Page Two tires windshield In, running glass boards, radiator and wheels sheila, I CHASEi"SANBORN or BUSS cOFi i 1b.: 19c 11Sunbrite

addition to the repairs and
complete parts and service replacements, lubrication racks ...
.
house. """ Yn'y"y"y "yy"" 53
were1' set up' at the service headquarters :
Hue at this motor IniUhng maintenance ot 2 S
ters, three service trucks and Mrs at maximum e(- == ==
of the Eastern company" were on .
flclency level.YDr.
hour duty, on call at all times Cleanser .. "
repair and service the 1,180 ria == [ '01..SAUCES..................AND...., 'GRAVIES''''''''''''''''YS'''''''CARNATION'''''''''''''''''AAAAAA AUIgAAAaA a
of Chevrolet transport W.
in use during the mancu\ ni. '_..u.... U Frt Cut from Heavy Western Beef
stock of Chevrolet ports and rilS-s .-d ........JI&Sl..Inl 3 .OC I IlIrs.
[ cans . .
.. PRIME RIB ROAST. lb. 29c
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PRESERVES STEAKS SIRLOIN lb- 29 C

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I Dexter .

COUNTYVegetable =| Quaker Sliced Be Bacon lb. 23c I',

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GrowersOur 3 pkgs. . 21c Smoked Bacon, Ib. 20c | -

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Fresh Shipment p '1
County Khat
Southeastern divisional office at Ken Roll Butter Ib. 33c I .r

dall, Florida will remain open throughoutthe &

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their 1910-1941 marketing problems. 2 cans .. . 19c

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