The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00295
 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 20, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
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: UF00087294:00295
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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=a=== Beneficiary Changed here"'HOMESTEAD PROVES ELIGIBLE,


i a 2 Days Before Haney Death CANNON SAYS IN REQUESTING I

a 'MOTHER-HELD 'Local Pastor Kin of Naval Officer ,ii' SERVICE BEFORE \WINTER

:, Who Readied Warships for England _. -

THE WEATHER Year' Ueceilts! | IIf 'Md; '*>7(>
i i Commander Q. Lnthtm Harass I fleet In the Pacific. He is the son
,>f Wilmington, Del.. who had of Mr. and Mrs W H. Harries of
I Wilmington The elder Mr Harries Official wrath ra-rl', f 'h,' $s iir. \tleatEupermmt I SystemWASHINGTON
charge of the reconditioning of
SS i' and Mrs J. A. Ricks of Homestead / stenos. Itome+arad. t1".lda.
SO 'over-age" destroyers which I are brother and sister. -- - : SHOWN
:' the United States Is turning over In a recent letter to his parents, I II Sept 13 90 6R 2981 089Srpt P.O. EXPANSION: MEI'CitvMut )
EI 'I to Eingland f H fIrst cousin of the Rev. Qco I began getting the old destroyer : 15 86 70 I tillStpt ''
Named With Cousin of Harris Ricks. pastor of the Homestead I ready for their trip to England 16 86 71 2994 I) IIi : :\ Honst/S

Victim in Yei J lict of Presbyterian Church, and 'the craft were found to be In very Sept 17 89 70 29.99 0,M Mark Streets to Aid
a of"Mrs T L. Hodges, also ofHomestead i good condition because the con- Sept. 18 86 71 2998 013: I' Letter
a Inquest Jury Si 19 71 2998 0311,165REGtSTEimD Cal'1'iel'8
It was learned yesterday j jstructlon and the materials used t

,| in their building was of such high I :
The Homestead port office has
55 Commander Harrlss, who entered type. .
I won Its right to "\'IIIII IRC' ,kllv
HELD IMPOSSIBLE the United States -- --
:::: navy as a
:3c. boy of IT during the first World I SERIES AGAIN POSTPONE I cry service and slips to have It

Investigator's Tests Sup- War hits visited Florida on the I Old Jupiter Pluvlus still won't Inaugurated by tile post office de.
west coast frequently on navy give In to the Homestead Dia'mondbull IN SCHOOLS AS :r'partmrat at Washington 1' C ,

port Alleged DyingStatement business His local relatives hive Association So the have been taken, according to

c.I not seen him for a number of "little world series to decide the CLASSES STARTA CongrcKsman Pat Cannon if
yean 1940 diamondball championship : MIAmi.
The mother o( Texas Arkansas The reconditioning of the destroyers has been postponed again until I The local postal receipts "f tie

Haney 22, Homestead tractor was completed recently. I next week I total of 1.165 students registered : last fiscal year were $16570 which
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a First and second "batches" of is sufficient to satisfy regulations!
driver fatally wounded by a pistol at the Homestead Redland
a them have been sent to a port"somewhere DRAFT TO I rcg,irrting city delivery. S, F: I IvIngston .
bullet, and a/ cousin I tbe,victim and Florida City schools lust Mon II ,
,= .!pf. In Canada" for the local postmaster, pi inl< II
Geo Stanley, ordered held bya start of their to jFIRST und started their schedule of nt
were trip FngUnd 1 day ,I this out on Sipt 9 when I lu' .1
coroner's Jury at Coral Gables At present, Commander HarrUs 12 IIERE Murk fur the 1940-41 year Weds request Washington flit > .nvey
I yesterday as a result of what authorities is commander of the Blackhawk, d,,v Tin number is 83 less I i of Homestead for the | mp w
believe was an Insurance- tlagship of the U. S. destroyer t th.i' thai III I I lat year. of establishing; the ; c in'

flaying plot.A 35 I N DISTRICT ; The njjjtiilion tibulutor iol-I.'hl" "!I Congressman Cannon drt, II id
first degree murder count was I : >. Homestead High School the possibility of cBtjihlishini the

= 1 ordered for Stanley and an accessory FIRE DESTROYSNEGRO : i 111. a 552.: last yt', 1,400 of the .
before the fact charge for the Approximately' men Kill//{ l'OI'pc'r si'hool. this year 209, |i conversation with the put IIdi'i ,,<
a : mother. THEATER Redlind District490 in H >m<'- last year 210; Hedlund High .irtnwnt on August 28. Hi I, flowed i I-
The mother, Mrs Tola Haney ; I I stcdd-will register under the he- Sthuiltills year J48 lint >' .i' ,I thin up with a lettti '" .1

39, was beneficiary of three insurance lective xuuce l low on October 16 ( ;JOJ: ; P"1J.tiid elementary s\hoOI-1: M Ptmnldson, acting first av I to,1, I Ipohtm
5is'1 1C 1C policies on the life of her LOSS SET $8,000The i I Ol \hcse 31: from the area. and 121| this year 211: lilt year'' 214, fin1Ida ) ',,(cr general, on Sq| '. 'n
be called In
ion for a total of $2.230, of which from Homestead may CIty cot:I, v' this year V>. lastyear bur li.
==== $500 wa made out In her favor | the first dtaft I 35: ncgio chool--thi. years Id part, the letter saint lhcause :-
!E'a two day before he was shot on Ritz Theater, colored town These figures are based on the 187, last year 900 ,{ ft the crov" .J w' tl.mtt
July 7, The shooting occurred In I movie house was dotunrd I hI' i fit1 u' war departments own system rf I It was explained that a bwable! I the ilmne-teud 1'I..", ...*. Ilia' ,
an automobile in which Haney with a loss of approximately! calculations It estimates t.t Increase m the ado il pulatlon' and the Improbnbllilt of iii l>i 1.11"
was riding with Stanley. $8.000 shortly after 1 o'clock men between the ages of 21 mid U expected with the arrival of hag on appi Shortly before his death a week 1 Wcdnesdiy moining J. H Far- 33, the ages for military service I winter visitors: :end fumbles at- fur the constj'ui'tlnn of is, "' = ago at the Kendall hospital Hineyl mer of Ptirme owner, said the under the conscription hIll, consti- Unclad her. for the farming outside the Dlstr- X *>,1"11'1.1"> ,
in d to huvo told his wife, Mrs hoes was partially covered by In- tute approximately 14 per cent of season, I I willfully request "'at r I,
Evihn Haney from whom he had ('. Origin of the fire has not the population of any mea The I II. Both high schools this: year are vcy (n joHlnl uy leer Liver a.o. )
== hen separated three months, that 'been detel'mined. i population! of the Redland District operating under ii schedule of I txi I expedited, In orcl'i th.,<' v'
51'E too shooting "wai no accident I The theater was constructed of it approximately 10,000 and that seven periods if W minutes inch lane delivery service may i he ,'I-I Ificted

= The Inquest was conducted by wood and had a seating capacityof i I of Homestead Is approximately Lust year the school d'y had six I P' 01' to. win"'I"i mn,
Justice ot the Peace Henry L. Op- I 250. During the summer 13500 ono'iiuur p nods. and in rdtr U.ai norm 1111 ,.ui>

: ponborn in the court room of Justice I months it was open only on Satur-! Throughout the nation on estimated I O r t. Hiadinun, prindrul of' of relic from < ..i.tlllilo11".on.I. .
:3 of the Peace O B. Sutton. day and Sunday nights It was 16,&00,000 men will ..'.!IIter I '\-e fomestead and Florida City : make be otituvnd. :'

One' of the principal witnesses constructed three years ago and and 400000, or about ore out of schools, said Latin lift: been dl'\III-1 Since the 1.1I' tthm t I 1 he
I for I ho state was B. C. Murphy I was equipped for sound every 40, will be culled in toe first I pvd from the cunl'i' m this I post office here cltl/uis. ,lend
Homestead' insurance agent. Included In the loll were two draft. The same plan Is hoiD considered1 I been obliged to ca .ut the i I.. I
3\ "Haney had been Insured withm projection machines, valued at The conscription bill, the first in at the .fdlni : school, Curl Wagner office .or th'ir letter mil i ,,, 1 c-
:; % firm for some time with his $1.500 each Mr Farmer, who Is peace time in the nation's history' principe said aiel.Tf tie delivery set i I '
w.lii its benefi&urv," Mr Murphy a deputy sheriff, said he plans to became Inw last Monday with the "Ins Helen Bixler who taught obtained, numbering of e.." !It ,1e
! (Continued ou Page Light) rebuild the theater. signature of President Roosevelt. ph.nlcnl ec.ucHlU In tho Hor J- slid basinets building anal! II'' rid

The Dade County Board ofl! stead schools :n=t year will teach mil of street names :'n Ilunu Cad
= J I County Commissioners will select; English und he junior Uus spon- will be n""etllll.r,
: Young Democrats President Debates places for the registration Members I sor In RC'dJlId: I's'! ;'cji'. Miss I Lot.. post office .ft.em) ,'id

:3E of the draft board will be se- ,i Eleanor :thine will be In ck 'rjjcot no Imormp'ion re'g'rd.ng paved f ,
New Deal Policies With Col. Alva Lee
I I'lected from election officials the art dcp, itnunt. She las in jwklng the ftft'\'IC' ices I I"en

::; I whose services will be purely i taught in Eastern Kentucky State rr.-eived hcii. t>"t all tky now
a Florid has failed to get I Cut, Lee, on his part, charged voluntary and without Teachers College .n Rlclunun't I ill 'uhat "",iy read In its pipers."
tariff against the to-I the Roosevelt administration with I tion
= criminal negligence failure to, __ __. __.
matoes and avocados of Cuba because ,' start preparedness measures In Negro Attacker rCl1lunera-1 Petite Dancers, "Master Mystery yn' P I

It would stand In the way I'this country years ago when
:=; of the Roosevelt policy of goodriolghboih "Roosevelt knew what was com- To Criminal I Entertain at Lions-Rotary Alerting 'I
,, to insure a solid '
c-!> ,ing"
I Arrested after ;;attacked John
economic and defensive front of England Is getting ten limes I Laughter and fun were the key tartan hotp. .ty The B the nations of the western hemisphere C. Arrant, carpenter with an Iron f ',. ell, of the Ce.k-rjl
encroachments tho battering the papers tell us bar, Jessie L. TInnell, negro, was i note of a joint meeting of the' pastor '
I against Jet Church 4M'aml, flU
said Col Lee. "It is
bound over to Dade County Criminal Homestead Rr 'nClub and the
cf European nation tit ,, ,
", the them kit way ,
within the realm of possibilitythat I
court under 11,500 .bond yesterday ,
So declared George M. Okell, Redlund P sti a Lions Club heldin "Laughter and the Undv;tanding
six months from now the
when he arraigned in
Miami attorney md president ot the Rotary Club dining roomat i Mind"
Germans might walk into Fort the court of Justice of the Pace I
Young -
I the D'I County Alva Laudcrdftle from Port Everglades, Sid I. .. rick. Legion Mill Tuesday nlg-t : The entertainment prosftm was
with Col.
*, In a of Bill Peeks
and couldn't meet them, with club members attended under auspices:
we An..,. M repairing a house In Elghry-elxht
Lee officer of Silver
retired army for Clarence iFvsnttt School of the Ounce, Mrrol Theentertaln.r.
of 150,000 troops As planes, the negro district wtnrn n* wa attacked the meeting .
Palm and conJitc opponent
Ml telrn Turner
where-and when-- re we going He suffered a broken not Rotary president presided -i were
Ne<'/ Deal policies. :it n meeting of and Mix Lena M../ Peck, tup
I to get :90.000 of them0The and laceration on the' Harley Core, Lions president,
md Pro- ,
the Homestead Rusted rih table and ctallRft, whit pre..n".s sole atnvmbrri
the speakers'
Tinncll was a as-
fesslonal Women's Club Monday program Dt :he dub w. In
1; night la the Chamber of Com- : keeping with suggestions made by i Insult and battery wits Intent to gave a short talk In which li* ex- (Caucused, en Dewey Pap floult-n 10\11) ,
Four till j I or *d appreciation for the RI
merce biuldinft (Continued r Page )



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Page Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday September 20. 1940

1941 CHEVROLET i lower edge This not only makes-located for-better appearance, sep horsepower, largely through raising
37- IILL TAX the compression ratio and
bychane. I
the car easier to keep clean, but: arate parking lamps of flush type In combustion chamber

TO DISPLAYED ,assures a firm, dry footing to per- being set In the fenders just beneath shaper ,
sons getting In and out. .
New and more massiveappearing -I Numerous mechanical changes
CITY COUNCILHomestead's HERE TOMORROW;l die-cast radiator grille frame I have been made In the new Chevrolet Dr. Leonard >\. HasklnU

surrounding horizontal ban; new many of them In the Inter- Sp.r/.adee U *>. a..t......
Mules 4 .otrt.. .<
First showing of the 1941 Chev-
hood, and front fenders from ests of performance riding comfort I
rolet will take place tomorrow at which the valley is entirely eliminated or long life, and others to GLASSESItl
tax rate for the fiscal the Bird Chevrolet Co.. Krome dress the front end of the', adapt the chassis to the new 1941 N R. riot HU 1I1..t, FU, ,
of 1940-41 will remain at avenue it wa announced by W style treatment. Engine output C*. l.ulr Air C.. ltItI'" ,
year car Sealed beam headlamps integral w...nU.t turn
27 mills the city council decided R. Bird, head of the concern with front fenders are re-' has been "stepped up to I full 90;
Chevrolet which led the Indus-
.t Its regular meeting Monday try in sales again in 1940 makea

night IU bid for continued. preeminence 4

The councilmen also gave formal in 1941 with two sort, "i first Showing Saturday*.'. .
in which modern streamline .
I :approval to the report of new can
W D rI\/. tax assessor, whichf' styling, and largu I.nmic :
'1'I\ 1 n 11 "* taxable property in bodies, combine with nun NEW 1941 CHEVROLET? ,
II"m, r, ,d I, including real estate mechanical improvement I I

aryl I 1 p' I "n il property, totals $I-, I duCt the finest Chel'l'ci 1 ....
I III'\1\! The city budget of 134,- built. _
11',111"i' "-ierition i' of the various def The famous Chevrcld t I ,
shift which crc"tf t Ii ,
,1m'' nt during the coming year I power
ham been approved. The amount Ration when introduced ..11 1C:Sis
it (1 300 l higher than that of lust standard on alL model of b:.
year writ. it no extra cost Jt
Bodies arc longer, wider '.i I
After City Clerk R. E. Edward*
much more massive looking The
read .I litter from E H Hula, district -
mast l is concentratednear
WPA director formally announcing -,
the ground by changes It
completion of the James
body and fender contour, aj wars
Archer Smith hospital Mayor Tom
a* by judicious use of decorationand
Harris suggested that the council
trim Windshields. rear windows -
consider dedication of
the institut -
and upper portion of side'
on, Councilman Frank B. Rue
of body are Increased in slope I anal'
end Mr.
Harris were named as a
the tops of tide windows are one
committee to fix a date and arrange -
inch lower than In 1940.
for the ceremony The cars' sleek appearance
Permits were granted to S. L.: heightened by the omissIOn of }
West for remodeling and reroof-
running boards, as well as oy the I
Ing a blacksmith shop In Pine- use of concealed hinges on all It,
hurst Addition at a cost of $700;1 doors and trunks, the sole excep-
to Mn Eva Collins fo rremodel- ; tion being the rear deck door

leg the Collins building on Krome 1 hinges of the coupes and cabriolet .
ocenue. near the city hall, at a cost Sides of the body extend I
of $150, and to J. J. Robinson for I.I outward and downward noticeably' .

$325 worth of improvements on a I farther thAn last year, and the
residence on S W. First street, i skirt of each door conceals a convenient 1 THRilliNG NEW It'*a SIZE sensation>,a STYLI sensation.I NEW LONGER
near Mowry.Methodist. BIGNESS WHEESUE
rubber-ribbed saftcy itep a DRIVI and H\oi sensation Bigger In all
to facilitate entrance and egrets I M ALL MAJORDIMENSIONS ,

Conference The safety and convenience provided I major dimensions both Inside and out its lONGER, URGE,.
by a running I board are thus
Slated at Florida CityThe retained, while the less desirable I with Vlonger wheelbase and 3-covpU WIDER FISHER
features are eliminated Dirt and "ARUTOSmE"DESIGN roominess In all sedan models'*With dashingBODIES/
quarterly conference water cannot accumulate upon the WITH NO purr
Miami' district of the Free Meth-I I step. because it it effectively shel- new"Artstoitylendetlgn and longer,larger, VlN11I.AnOHJ
odist Church will be held at the tered under the flare of the doors
Florida Free Methodist ,-"'...."_.,.,,. ._-_.... WITH Tmoreluxurlou..Fisher Bodies that let the new '
City *
I AT EACH 90-11.( VAlVl.lyl. -"'
Church Oct. 31 to Nov. 3, Mrs for then w year WIth a mighty HEAD "VICTORY"
Edith Tamblyn pastor of the Flor- *
ida City Church, announced this Tropical 90-h.p.Valvo-In-Hood"Victory"Engine that ENGINEACTION
week. The Rev. R. J. Milligm I ON AU
elected MODUS lifts performance) and lowers costs* It'the OAlHYDRAUUC
newly district elder -

be in charge.Turner's. will j LOCATED WITH BALANCED WHIN*. new low-prl leader by the builder of.leaden BRAKES, '
IN THEHORNE AND IMPROVED SHOCK- CHEVROLET holder of first plat In Hut sassy were ....1] ',1
ra.snr saae, ""...,y
Funeral Home HLDG i PROOF IH NO motor car sole for 9 out of the last 10 years! sod.eev.J.ao fe.Mam

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Lady Attendant I N. Krome Ave.

Phone "'.R Homestead, Tla Homestead Florid SHIFT nmfoit t CIIEVIIOLETS the IEADER low

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F'" "'"'''''''' ROLE BUILDS IT I___ ,


MAKEAI'PLICATION Bird Chevrolet Company


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1111)) YOUr Tank. itCLARK'S

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Vegetable Growers ,
j Ot'LF'RODt'CT8 ; ''\

t W, T. Ct4i\UK, 1\lgr.

: I i : r I Blocks 'South of t
Fellows Rid Homestead Ha. .
Odd ,
Our Southeastern: divisional office at Ken- | Traffic Light: ,a'
orEN FROM .S A. M TO 8 P H
dall. Florida will .remain' open throughoutthe : SOUTll'MIAMI '

I summer for the benefit of.tho c growers ': ,,' ",., ".1 I" '." "" ".: 1.

- who might be interested in'd !ussii .-wit t-t i ..i

EDWARD STILING ; u* their. 1910-1941 Pay Us marketing A Visit1_problems.. !. j..i i I NE'VT. G." BALL .- t


REALTOR ;1 AMERICAN. mint GROWERS. ,, I INC.. ., IE f Fire,NOTARr.lnuranre: PUBUC and

Real Estate General Insurance I I -

'I ; w. LTX8 1. OttELSnDlvblaa ( Kindred Lines.35.1f. ,

NOTARY PUBLIC i Mauctr Salei )Msnurw

C.r.Palm Ave. and Ave. I) Florida City, Fla. Srme AY. :t
PHONES 1114 AND PI..1ll
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t September 20, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Three

NEW INDIVIDUAL landing improvement. They Lavebeen treatment which readily Identifies the spark plug, providing rruxi.I combination with the-fireball design .
I completely restyled, with an them on the highway and which is I I mum combustion efficiency with- U marked Improvement In
entire new line of bodies on the symbolic of constructionand out detonation or ping I engine performance throughout
FEATURES MARKBUICKSFOR1941 I series 40 special, series CO centul'1Ind the spirited performance of I At the same time compourd I II the range, particularly in lower

\ series 90 limited cars and new which the new cars lire capable 'carburetion involving the use of I speeds where m'e power is
I needed to necessityof i
modernistic treatment of radiator two dual carburetors per engine
I grilles, hood and front end sheet Among outstanding developments I with a resulting step-up in' horsepower too frequent gear shifting.
models the
in the
new are
metal, !' With the new Buick cars, one
Flint, Mkh, Sept 19-rive new I I new Buick engines which have yet a marked improvement I
: I the is In motion, it usually U
been developed
lines of motor can embodying The Buick line for 1941 rovers unusually high compression ratios I in fuel economy has -
luch advanced feature BI com+the price range from the lower that make them available for the exclusively by Buick cnginjers : not necessary to change from high
medium price field, under $1000, I for the 1941 cars I gear
pound carburetlon new aerodynamic use of the new high octane fuels I i
to the deluxe car fieldin Due to the use ot two twin carburetors -
bodies and engines developing -, passenger now developed for the commer-j With compound carburetion the
US, 125 and 165 horsepower, the upper price bracket for cial market The engines are of engine operates under all normal I greater fuel I Ir economy Is
were Introduced last week by the i i which an entirely new line of the "fire-ball" design that have I conditions up to 70 miles an houron achieved through the that the
Buick division of General Motors i I Buick series 90 limited cars has I dome shaped pistons and combus- one dual carburetor. the other I car operates on one carburetor
Corporation in dealers showrooms I been designed this year. i tion chamber contour that compresses 'cutting In when It u needed either under most driving conditions.
throughout the country. Throughout the range the new the fuel into the shape of for fast, smooth acceleration> or Engineers explain that where 1II
The new an represent our-I|II models bear a distinctive style I flattened ball, directly around greater top speed The result in : (Continued on Page Five)
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Paw Four THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, September 20, 1940

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got twenty million dollars more I ly fashion and received the congratulations -I.

for his power company than the LIBRARY FACTS
government first offered in theTennessee had listened with Interest to their I

'. II"04 ,....... .1 11_._. PI.. deal" arguments. In addition to the
a the aeua DUe Peblkhing c........,. (Continued from Page One) Valley Authority club members attending were the AND FANCIES
said Mr. Okell. ,
tutor .. Mc..4 ....Z..11 mtUn national headquarters of the B. Col. Lee turned his guns on the following visitors: Mrs. Okell By MBS. J. E. OAfZENS i iLBIRART
March II. 1111. .l the fllln P. W. C. Mrs. Ben Archer president Mrs.
....I..... FI.rH. infer the rt W I CCC. He referred to a book he Mrs. Lee, Mr, and wain-I

..rck a. 1171. of the Homestead club. explained i shad i written in 1934 urging that wright Ernst Marty ""y y..y..y..yy..y yy......,

after calling the meetingto unemployed man power be turned Archer and Virgil Lyon. HOURS

IBM AlirHKR_ ___.rr..M.nl and Miter order The speakers were Introduced I(I Into the army and navy instead of Limeade was served during the Monday, Wednesday Thursday.

.UJOIIII LEACH "CHltR _____ by the program put to work "raking leaves." He evening.PETITEDANCERS. $-' p. m.

_--Joe...." and T....... man Mrs. James Neibltt Chair-I I sent a Roosevelt copy of who the ,book Col. to Lee President said! Tuesday, Friday, 10 a. U.-1 p. a,
8.tllrdar.II a. mat $-'
: p. m,
Mr. Okell, the first wrote back that was a good 7-9 p. m.
that li far as actual I l -
IIUIIRrIlIPTIOIif RATER thought The came I Into beIng I
Pot County III..Mv. (concerned Japan I I. the only power I notwithstanding he said. (Continued from Page One) Indian Summer the dead Sum*

....... af !>M. Cow" ___ II.M the U. S. has to tear. The real acrobatic dancer and Yendis "the mcr's soul-Mary Clemmer.
"Here callow boys In the
threat that will arise from a Hitler I were master mind of mystery. Miss e e e
CCC $30 month for raking
getting a -
victory over England, he said will I Mildred Hanna was pianist.
GOD KNOWET1I BESTO leaves while soldiers In the Indian summer Is not a seasonon
be that of economic Invasion of Yendis lived up to his title in
army were getting only $21 a which nature has a monopoly;
world markets by goods manufactured the presentation of feats of magic
soul have faith; month" he said. Man the history of nations, sec
with cheap German labor, in several of which Carl Wagner
E'en: though the path looks dark against which the products of the I The colonel saw danger of this Wm. J. Geronimo and J. Q. Caldwell tlons of a country and any phaseof

And all seems) drear, high-standard labor of the United country going totalitarian It Roosevelt assisted as stooges. WillardM. life in which progress is made I

There's One who knows the way States will not be able to com- : is elected to a third term. Fifield was master of cere goes through a transition period
He'll be your Guide and stay from time to time. -
pete. I "Hitler TOM to power in 1013. monies.An t
So do not fear.O It is a hazy condition before ,
"As far as farm policy is concerned ,So did Roosevelt. Both are col- "educational" talk "A Trip an
eventual clear cool autumn whee><
the Republicans are in lectlvists. Talk about Issues! Thereis to Nova Scotia" was given by *
soul!, have hope; man feels rejuvenated after the
agreement with the Democrats, except only one Issue in the present Geo. Cooper Lions club past
Though winds do blow heat of Onmight
stormy sluggish summer.
I <
that they think If they were e.mpaian-do you want a collec. president.In .
O'er life's wild liken it to the '
given the job of administering. It ,tlvist (which means toltalltarlan) his talk, Mr. Angell said the sen
And of doubt roll high of from
waves sation drifting conscious
they could do better' said the form of government, or do you ability to laugh is one of the great I
Your Cod U ness'Into
always nigh the blissful oblivion of
Young Democrats president "In want the Individualist type that est gifts of nature to man. "If
To pilot thee.O I sleep. The change Is so gradual]
fact, the Republicans pretty well America' has always stood for? you would get the poison and acid

endorse all of Mr. Roosevelt's Mr.: Okell, In rebuttal,.replied to out of your system, :you must there i* no definite knowledge ..1)])
soul I have trust 1
; to when it accomplished. Theses
policies but want the chance to Col.! Lee's charge that the U. S. laugh," he aald. "You cannot do
E'en though cannot see Indian after \
you summers come a peakjor
Nor understand show that they can do better than had "spent 29 billion! dollars raking your daily work right If you do crisis has been reached. f!
he can at carrynlg them Out- leaves" by list few in with It.
should "ndTIe" reading a long of not mix a laughs
lust that He
why And so Van Wyck Brooks hal
He mentioned the big conservation dams, and and ,
roads public buildingsthat "To laugh ii to be happy
aches, but to the end
written a book which, like thaibeams
projects that have been car- had been constructed
with happiness Is necessary In attaining j
to His hand.
Cling of a flashlight, casts It* )
ried out, the work of the Civilian this money, and said that when a goal It la far easier to under
Conservation Corps bank Insurance the glow over New England between]
self-liquidating projects had stand the complexities of lift
O soul then wait
; the 1883-1915. The title
security control commission, laU paid out the years ,
would public debt would when one Is happy. ,
F.Vn though you go, the bouTt 1 Is "New England: IndianSummer"
housing projects and others of the two billion dollars less
He'll give you rest than it was In keeping with the spirit of .
Roosevelt reforms. in 1932. 'the evening, Mr. Angell interspersed
And quietness and peace; When one begins to read it "
"Mr. Wlllkle' only clnlm to I After the meeting, the debatersshook his talk with anecdotesand appears '
Su let struggling! cense-
your that this section of our country
fame seems to be the fact that he hands and talked in friendit jokes
Uucl knoweth best Is still in full bloom. But It

--Netha Marie Stutaon In I i II. in reality In the breaking down

Signs of the Times. ,AAAAAA.ALAAALA AAWAAAAAACURRENT might help a whole lot to lessen IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIII ,and rebuilding process from an

Food to Europe'I the gall of the. matrimonial. yoke. |intellectual standpoint The men-
I e I tat repercussions from the Civif

Feeds Hitler's Armies I A scientist makes the statementthat ''War are having their effects Religion -'
COMMENTBy 20 Years Ago reform and education
Tin" question of feeding the over the state of New Mexico!
I Indian
(experiencing an summer.
alone there
annually falls sufficient
quc-ii-d peoples of Europe is
heat from I Through the pages of this :
with the to equal '
in the limelight
tlmt former President ,! ten trillion horsepower worth at IiIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIII I I II IIIIIIIIIIIII' the celebrities of that day
least billion ai naturally as if the author were
sonnies In the project have gone :I Jldlt..i: Not. .Jot. Welsh...d..... that a in dollars. He predicts II' The r.11..1.g ftwe tae.* a rh.em discussing the Interests of a large
tn.m.nto D. site' .CO..m..... whahseth.r world of tomorrow
further than merely to on. nM..1 the Homewoods
It is said .nnounl't'i he I. .._t coP at ....".. solar heat will be used for all ....,rI.. .... I..... ..... I" Ins, family. When the last word has
the plan. I wild, him ...In.... Address tmntuil.Milan .. household m the r..... Bonner and been read one feels he's been
Gibson former ambassador to Belgium to Agnew W.Uh. era N. B.l : purposes and for sprinkling _.. o.t. 81. sus. With wto nor .
the inside
... at.. slams Fla.The the lawn and Irrigating t..d L..r backstage watching activities
hits. talked' it over with officials crops.
I A solar will I of a scene in the making.
engine the farmer'
In Belgium, Holland and ball team organized at pull sea II, 1929"Judson a a .
plough and a sun ray refrigerator -
Mi Hoover's efforts on behalfof I Florida's Institution lor the Insane will keep his food cool. Strickland and WU-I It a person Is Interested in an

these people Is counter to the I has made a hit. In tact several Sorry I can not stick around and liam Muaaelwhite leave Friday arithmetic problem It is a sourceof

administration's, policy and to the of them for when the inmates watch the progress of these thingswe slight for the state college at great satisfaction to have an}

Gainesville. Judson was one of authority on arithmetic give thoj
now regard aa miracles
neutrality act which forbids American challenged the doctors to a gamethey

ships from traveling In the medicos It to 3. Reminds -.-..-....-.'"'...................- the two fortunate boys in the answer. So anyone who world
beat the
county to win the annual scholarship like to know the longest distance!

Will tin position zone The that government no guarantee takes of I me of the story of the patient Children in CourtBy ." between two given points, 900\

there who saw a man drive miles apart, should consult ProfJ
Ilitlcc's I that the food would actually 1 -The Baptist parsonage was

reach the people for whomIt I along the street with a load of Judge Malcolm Hatfleld the Ken of the wedding of a pop Lancelot Hogben author of"Math--J
ematics for the Millions". f
was Intended could be acceptedIn I stable fertilizer and asked him -..-..-...--.......,- ular young couple on Thursday He had just lecture
of his record of violations -' evening last when Dr. completed a
view past Sutton
what he going to do with It. I
was WHY CHILDREN FAIL IN tour of Norway when the country
ot his pledged word. It I united in matrimony Ernest Eby
The "Put It SCHOOL invaded. He Is In New,
man replied on my: was now
believes the food would find Its son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Eby

way to the German army ,strawberries." at which the patient When a child fails In his studiesIn and Miss Emma Fitch daughter I York after traveling 20,000 miles,
and the Atlantic Ocean still -
Both army and navy officials snorted "Hunh, we put sugar school It fan usually be attributed of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Fitch ." separates
I him from London. >
feel that feeding German soldiersis I and cream on ours and yet they to his lack of Interest, or to -"Shaw. Miss. ,
Sept. 3.-At the ,
equivalent to feeding an enemyof call us crazy." his inability to carry on the work.If home of the bride'i '
the United States The' entire a child Is unable to master the I day at parents yester-! Western thrillers are considered *
one o'clock Miss Lorean
armament Is made necei prescribed subject matter, the escape reading and are always In ,
program Many sharp distinctions have Mitchell -
was married to Mr. Ivan'
ary because. of the Hue of Hit- school should Immediately' set new Moser the Rev. W. great demand. However It is ;i:
been drawn between the "haves"and W. Jones of- '
ler. Since the most potent weapon standards of achievement, apply common knowledge that mOlt
the "ha'. ". ficiating. The bride Is the accomplished i authors''
.not' Some weeks Westerns written
against him Is hunger they believe different methods. of Instruction are by
daughter of W.
the United States should do ago a brother and sister died in and permit him to study a subjectIn Mitchell A'I I who have never' been west. Most"I
agent for the Y. it M. .
everything in Its power to aid in Miami leaving an estate of 36000. which he can become proficient R. R. at this I addicts of Western stories picture [
place; a sister of Mrs.
the maintenance of Great Britain's(I They made that money honestly! Special classes for mentally retarded Mae Vann Homestead the author as a rodeo hl'ro.lOne .

blockade 'and In a humble occupation and pupil Is one method of :niece of H. pfM of Poncho-, Fla.,1 prolific writer of Westerns,

It Mr. Hoover's plans go much 1 with no blare of trumpets. For meeting their needs. The child tuls. La., and of Mrs. Donnie Bertha! Muzzy Bower (Mrs. Robert -

further it Is possible the Logan many :yean they operated a newsstand who has the capacity for absorbIng Allister I of Wingo, Ky.: The groom Mc,I II Cowan) died July 23 at the aga '
bill which makes it a criminal offense on one of the down-town the routine subject matter '.I a medical student at Vanderbilt I I ot 68.

for u private citizen to engage corners: they led the ilmple life but falls because of want of Interest University is Her first thriller "Chip of the
the of
son Mrs. J.
sawed their earnings and In I Flying U", was published In 1906. '
In diplomatic relations with alii l Is usually suffering from some R. Moser of
Homestead Fla. and
a foreign government may be In-(probability saw more real happi-i deep-seated maladjustment. It is, brother of Russell Moser of Louisville I Since that time she has written
voked. It Is doubtful if the! administration ness than did the high therefore, the duty of the school to Ky., L L. Moser of some sixty Westerns, of which

will tolerate We Interference night club habitues. When the Interpret and remove such a condition Ind., and Mrs. Chas. Flora I nearly two million copies have
which. obviously helpful general run of people gear their Logan, Okla. After of! been sold In regular and reprint f

to a potential if not actual lives to a lower tempo, there will The percentage of maladjusted from a brief tour returning editions.

enemy.! 'I The no need of the "57 varieties" I students In our high schools today home to their they will be at I Most people believed her to bea

ot what Al Smith termed many friends in' man and her secret has been
Report from France Indicate la much greater than it was two Shaw; then Mr. Moser
I I will go to
that the German army is getting betical soup" or three decades ago. It Is esti- Naihvllle. generally respected by booksellers

moat of the available food supply i. mated that so many maladjusted I who felt sure that the general

free-.though the French people Thus far Dade la pupils are |in our public high I I"c.. E. Cushman returned from public might question a Western

do not seem to realize it. The i ida county to ,. illhllyor the schools now that only one out of his navy cruise on Saturday having -I story written by.a woman.

Nazis buy the mod with "kredit- new law providing courts of domestic every four could graduate It they had a moat enjoyable trip .

enmaxks", which are redeemablefor I relations. Judge Beckham, were required to pursue the cur- Aldus and Roy Matthews were on I I The author of one of the current

French francs. Since the Pe- who presides over this court In riculum that was In vogue thirty the trip with Mr. Cushman and. belt sellers has also passed on to

tein French government has guaranteed -I Dade County. cite the following years ago. While these figures also had a fine time." I the other shore. Dr. Hans Zins.

this,, new German money as the leading causes ot broken may seem to be high, it U doubt- -"The reception given on Friday ser, the world's leading authorityon .

the French people are paying for homes: couples marrying too ful whether 40 per cent of our evening by the members of typhus, was a victim of leukem.

the privilege of feeding the In- young; too much liquor; lack of present crop of high school students the Longview club to the teachersin ia. He was (1 years of age.

vader. religious Influence: too lax divorce could successfully assimilate the Homestead and Florida City The last two yean of his life

The situation U different Ins laws; unemployment It would be such subjects aa physics City schools at their clubhouse in was spent writing a unique autobiography -

Holland, however. The people a good Idea tor young people- chemistry, calculus and Creek. Longview was a delightful affair in the form of the blogrsphy -,

were forced by the Invaders to am} tome older ones-to write Many schools have so-called "rrwh ." of a third person pre."*

S plant crape, but they quietly plow down these causes the better to air" courses. The pupils In such sumably a friend. It was published

11It'ftunMr whenever they get fix them in their minds, and then an institution remain there simply Lillian Robertson aratved on June 2) under the title,

the chance. Apparently they seriously think them over a num- because they are attracted by the the morning train Friday after an "The Biography of R. S." It Immediately ,

would' rather starve than feed the ber of time, and if you would social and athletic privilege that extended stay with relatives In became a non-fiction

MRTteror. talk them over with each ether|,(the school affords. the North." (f1orida.City: best seller.

.. .. .

Friday, September 20,1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE
. Page Five
__ __ __

to I week with Mrs. Rhodes' parents, 1 last year. Unusually wide, witH
I Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Murphy. Miss 1941 BUICK five feet of shoulder room in the
and [Catherine Murphy of Miami, an I front seats, the cars are fully
In Around other daughter also spent several .. streamlined from the graceful hoodto
days with her parents In eContinued from Page One) the rear of the tapered tall.
stead last week. They take full advantage of the
impossible to adjust one carburetor -
Homestead I Mrs. L. L. Gallway of Cross City to meet all speed and acceleration tear drop design In which Is accomplished
,is visiting Mrs. Chas. Dearlng and requirement efficiently with a sweeping aerodynamic ,
family. compound carburttion, the exact: streamlined back of unusual

l r -.......-.-.. adjustment needed for the whole attractiveness
Mrs. Adrian Jacobs and Mrs. A. school. On her return Mrs. Har speed and power range run be supplied For the first time In more man :
F. Arthur will leave Monday for ford visited a son, Allen Jr., who FLORIDA CITYBy Compound carburttion likewise five years, according to the engineers I
, Washington where Mrs. Arthur enlisted in the army last summer Mrs W. W. SeTcry contributed materially to the a completely modertw
I will join Mr. Arthur. Mr. and and Is now a member of Company .... .-- power Increase in the engines. streamlined, and fully appointedcar
.. Mrs. Arthur will attend the Navy L, 34th Infantry Fort Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Mal on I.. connection with fuel econ- has been brought to the tine
football game on the 28th. Mrs. Columbia, S. C. motored to Key West Sunday for omy, It li claimed that the 169 car field in the new Buick series
Jacobs will visit in Fredrlcksburg a stay of three weeki. Mr. Matt- horsepower Buick engine now M limited croup with which this
; and Richmond, Va. Mr. and Mrs A. W. Hutchinson son Is employed in Key West. gives more miles per gallon at 90 division of General Motors win
I have as visitors Mr. and Mn. Her- miles per hour than was obtained 8 0 to the fine car market in 1M!.'
. Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Beam arrived bert Vollrath of Orlando and Mrs. Mrs. Edith Tamblyn and children from last year's 107 horsepower This line will include, beside
Sunday from Aberdeen, W. L. Walbrldge, sister-in-law of have returned from Macon engine, at like speed. regular and formal sedan and
Idaho. Mrs. Beam was Miss Roberta Mrs. Hutchinson, who arrived by Ga., where Mrs. Tamblyn attended la the new itylmg Buick engineers limousines a complete line of
I, Colburn before her marriage plane from Detroit Tuesday. the annual meeting of the Flor and deiigners In cooperation custom cars to meet every requirement .
several weeks ago in Aberdeen to ida-Georgia conference of the Free I with General Motors stylists -
I Mr. Beam, who is returning to engage Mn. Agnes Bird who spent the Methodist Church. Mrs. Tamblynwas I have given broader range and
I in winter farming operations summer in Jacksonville arrived again appointed pastor of the ,greater utility to the "torpedo" i
i with his father, W. S. Beam. Friday to spend the winter with Florida City Free Methodist 'type of body introduced by Buick
Friday to spend the winter herewith Church.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gee spent I her son and daughter-in-law nora, Ca., and are occupying the
the week-end In Alva, Fla., with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bird. Miss Charlotte Geronlmo, daughter Horace Potter cottage on North )
Mrs. Gee's parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Cer- Broadway for the winter.
A. Williams. Miss Alice Sloan of Miami was onimo, returned home Friday at f l
a week-end guest at the home of ter a three-months vacation as the Mrs. Charles Becker Is visitingher
Kenneth Kinard of Crescent Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wynn. guest of her uncle and aunt, daughter, Nisi Isabel Becker
City arrived Sunday to spend the 1 and Mn. M. C. Csrlin in Mr.1 In Miami. MEMORY :
winter with his brother and sister- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Askeriko of in, Long Island, N. Y. While I
in-law Mr. and Mrs. R. 1' Kinard. Redland are announcing the birth away she visited the New York Mr. and Mrs. Olin J. Myer of
of a six pound girl In the James World's Fair, Canada and relatives -I New York City vlwted here with
Wilbur Free began a pilot's Archer Smith hospital Sunday. I In New Hampshire. Bill Mr. Myer's sister Mr. Edith Tam- CAN'T SERVE) j
course of training at OpaLocka Geronlmo, Jr. who is also In blyn Friday. They were accom-
Monday.: After a month at Opa Mrs Claude S. Allen returned New York, will remain there fora 1:panied by Mrs. Myer's mother
Locks he will be sent to Pensa- FrIday from a three-month stay in while longer. Both Charlotte Mrt. Schotts and her sister-in- YOU. I
cola or some other training base. Grand Rapids and other points in and Bill spent considerable time at I law. Mr. Myer it retary-man- .
Michigan. White Lake N. Y., boating and agvr of Solane House Y.M.C.A. In
Mrs. Annie Nabors who has swimming l New York City. brad
spent the summer In Waverly Miss Louise Thorman of Scrib- 1CiJ tyre g
Hills, N. C., plans to spend the bent Ga., Is spending the winter Mr. and Mrs Lester Walkup I Donald Stnrke of Florida City
winter In Washington, D. C., with with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ellis In visited their daughter Mrs Jack':visited his mother at Miami, Beach
her brother and niece instead of I Goulds. Branch, in Miami Tuesday Little'Tuesday. DIRECTORY
returning to Homestead. Carol Branch infant daughter of
L. A. Wise was returned to his Mr. and Mn Branch is serioualy1 I
Mrs. Chan. Camp spent TuesdayIn home C. J. BROWN CO. 41,
Wednesday from the James ill at Jackson Memorial Hospital
Miami with her sister, Mrs. B. Archer Smith .
hospital.Joe from
suffering colhtis
P. Harding. look Up the Number
from Boston I Refrigeration Service
Coppage of Caruthenvllle,
Mrs. W. D. Horne and daughter,
Elizabeth, who had been spendingthe Mo., arrived Friday for a visit of Joe Saviola returned Sunday, Before You Call

summer In Hendersonville, returned several days In Redland on busi- Mr. and Mrs. Julian Angel inl' 'ElectricalContracting i

to their home here Friday. ness. of Beverly, Mass., arrived last e i

Mr. and Mn:-Lewis' Brandenburg I c. R. Lee or Redland Is In the week for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Angelinl The Memory is a trick'jrthing.
and son, returned to their James Archer Smith hospital for
home in Homestead Friday afterpending medical treatment. AngeUni has bought a homeIn CAVES BLPO. If it doesn't fail

the summer in Gay, Ga. Mrs Norwood Collin of Cairo, Homestead j I IUn HOMESTEAD PHONE 934 altogether, it sometimes .

Miss Anne Hutch of Miami spent Ga., is spending the winter with E J. Rhodes returned Sunday I
several days last week in Homestead Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Wollam.Mr. from _Miami where she had I j ... gets things
with her uncle the Rev. J. Collins, brother of Mn. Wol I been spending the summer. Mrs.I - - - I twisted. This is especially
E. Johnstone. lam, has been in Homestead for M. D. Ingram accompanied her! lie ...* that yw eye are as
several weeks. for a short visit until Mr. Inll'aml) aHCIu your brakes-nave then true in the case

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Burnett of arrives from Oriente Dellckxo. tested! at least ease ea!h year of figures and explains -
West Palm Beach and their small Mr. and Mrs. Roland Miller have Cuba, when they will leave on al |
son, Leon Jr., accompanied Mrs. returned to Homestead after business trip to New York. DR. F. P. ARCHER why calling telephone
Burnett's mother Mrs. Vera Sum- spending the summer In Allegan, I II numbers
merlin, to Homestead Saturday Mich. I Mr. and Mn. J H. Booker and' AND SON front

where Mrs. Summerlin will spend family arrived Monday from So- Consulting Optometrists memory often results
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Close visited
several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. '
Mr and Mrs Fred Dewhurst in 1(24 W. Flatlet St. Miami Fla. in getting wrong num..
G. 'A. West. Mr. and Mn. Bur- Lei GARLIC
Help FlgM :
Hialeah Sunday. Their daughter,
bers. This is
nett .. annoying
returned home .
Sunday. 11: 1I.lnod-LoD: QesadOrr.
Mary Jo Close, who had! been Harmful Colon BaclariaTryDI lCot l .-. .....,....
spending several weeks In Hialeah .to both'you and those
Hugh Bowen of Metier. Ga., ar- ,
se 00"".t A.rrlrl b..M-1.__ 0_ .r The A........ leatkstesbri
rived Friday to visit Mr. and Mrs. accompanied them on their return. law 104"W 111 Feet __ way Mfifti. I be oalMlr.w call by mistake.
sed .' dvwowt.. you
T, T. Bowen and Mr. and Mrs. D. end Fee.....ID.O.- ''' '
L. Bowen. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rhodes of I' dorUM Gull,TibU. COT In 1;;-"....." ......--.-.-.....n So be sure of the num..
Halltmdale and children, Ronnie sod aye a rasa trial a.rt.emat
Mn. Allen Harford has returnedto and Betty spent several days last Dixie Drug. NEW MANCHIROPRACTIC ber before you make!

her home on Plummer Drive 1 a call. Look it UD in
after a four-month trip to visit i
relatives In Illinois Iowa. Nebraska | daily your telephone direc..
and Oklahoma. While In Jack- restores thousands of It will
sonville, 111., she attended the I sick and ailing people to tory. save your;

graduation exercises of her daughter health. Many had tried time. You will avoid

Billle, from nurses' training everything else in vain. Disturbing others un-

............................................... LifilllPPILan.yap I i Don t say you can't get jftuly, and you will

.. rid of your trouble, organic spare yourself die em.
1 or until
EXPERT ;Jill '' you have given Chiropractic barrassment of get.

( ) a chance ting wrong numbers.

Consultation without .
IS Hours: I-1J: 1-5; 1-' :$0 OTHER nBEUTFUPHOnE. '
Sundays by: Appointment ,
...... 40c '

SHAMPOO.. 40c Lagsiaple-s word.'Uncertain liiiirf, 111..11..... freedom Dr. R.: J. Elliott! I ADD TELEGRAPH reeoapesaves COfllPHDH,.

MASSAGE 40c trigs thitiwlooidia Frenchfrom iVrif try.MI i Barn Bid* UwnMlead. Fla. .. .-

OllliMd lOUllilM Milt ::1.t
Electricity It cheap,....-.r..
something extra,tits thirteenth
BUSH'SBARBER Put It t..rk II your bomb :; 1911 STATEDRIVER'S '0
rill I ii tea hikers dozen, the *
enjoy year"ligslippi"' if ,
"..'alMwidI.JIII'jMtf. LICENSES ;
canfrti ftri*(!


.xtra sale II better hiss Wt

year electric Mar hays...Of LEGION TAG OFFICEOPEN



Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, September 20, 1940

.. ,

.n Social Events in South DadeMARRIAGE .. I


-sister give its) reception for teachers I: Carl Deden Jr., of Homestead bridegroom's parents on King
complete surprise to friends Mr. and Mn E. R. Blake. this evening at 8 o'clock in the
and Miss Virginia Voss of Cincinnati
Hill to the Redland Neva King Cooper School. Officers !
of Mri came '
hen the marrlagfe Tuesday
was married
were In a very The bride was born In Cincinnati -
Mi, Naomi Davis, daughter of District an a child with her parents faculty members and past ,quiet ceremony Friday evening at I and received her education at
will be in the receiving
Home presidents
She attended the
Mi and Mrs J. V. Davis of graduatedfrom line. 18:30 at the home of the Rev. T. J. St. Josephs Academy in that
stead school and wan I Geary of the Sacred Heart Church She
city. was a photographer's
Homestead, to James Tate Hill\ Jr., Miami Edison High School In Mrs. J. D. Perkins, hospitality I. Mrs Robert Darelng sister of, printer until coming to Homestead

of Charleston, W. Va, In Catletts- 1938. During the pilot year she chairman, and her committee will the bridegroom and Ray Voss, last January where she stayed

burn, Ky. The Rev. O. A. Price has been employed by the Western serve refreshments. I brother of the bride were the attendants until April.

(xi formed the ceremony. Union Telegraph Co ...........".,"..........,..,.....,,,..........,,......",....,,. : Mr. Deden a native of the Red.I .

He bride wore a brown and Mr Hill Is the ton of Mrs Willa The Calendar I The bride was dressed In a dark I.land District Is the son of Mr. and

wiiiU street length( georgette Wyman. He attended West Virginia ......,...'".."".."..-..................".. ..""".. blue print with a sheer redingoteof Mrs Carl Deden of Homestead.He .
University and Marshall Col- the The attended
same design. redingote the Homestead schools
doss with matching acccsnoiles Sept. 20.-Homestead P. T. A.
h lIe. with short puffed sleeves buttoned and was graduated from Riverside
and dusty green halo made to resemble reception for teachers at 8 m.
In the E. I. du- p. from the neckline, trimmed He
I with short He Is employed in old Military Academy. Is half-
a rose petal, a In Neva King Cooper School
of Pont de Nemours Chemical Corp. rose ribbon, to the waist. Her owner of the Dcden-Sulllvan fillIng -
brown veil. Her corsage wan I In Charleston Sept. 21.-Meeting of art class at other accessories were white and station on N. Krome Ave.

yellow Attending rosebuds the wedding were the : After a trip through Kentucky, 9 a. m In Chamber of Commerce she wore a corsage of pink gladioli Mr. and Mrs Deden are making

bride' sisters, Mri M. H Defiler Indiana and Ohio, Mr. and Mrs building Following the ceremony a din their home In the Losner apart
23.Meeting of Gleaners ner was held at the home of the menu
and Mri C. M. Degler( and the Hill will make their home In Sept.

bridegroom brother-in-law and Charleston Class


. MRS. H. PIERRE McDANIEL ANNOUNCES HER II meeting Sept with 23.-Mrs Bridge A. M.tournament Logan CHARTER MEETING W. S. C. S. TUESDAY I.I

:MARRIAGE TO JESSE L. FAITH OF MIAMI of University Club with Mrs
Mrs. B. M. Hindman was elected student work, Mrs Ivan Moser
Bevo Webb and Miss Margaret
-- president of the Woman Societyof young women and girls group;
i Friends learned this week of Mr. Faith Is a native of Georgia Ames is hostesses, at Webb homeat Christian Service of the Home Mrs. Earl Pacetti, literature, Mrs.

the marriage of Mrs H PierreMrllunlcl and has known the UcDanlels 2 p. m. stead Methodist Church 1
: J ) at a charter J. W. English supplies, Mrs Geo.
He Sept. 25.-Meeting of Dade I
for than fifteen
to Jesse L Faith of more years meeting of the organization Ranson, spiritual life group, Miss
Miami which took plnce several is.employed by the Florida East County Council of Parent-Teacher Tuesday In the church. Helen Livingston, printing and
Associations In Redland High )
HI:tilth* ago Coast Railway Co. The Rev. J. J. Richards outlined publicity; Mrs. J. P. Anderson
!Mr. McDaniel Is the widow of, After a short trip to Georgiaand the duties of the society flower committee Mrs O. L. J
23. of Book ClubIn
Sept -Meeting
II Pierre McDnnlel of Home- Tennessee they will make their Mrs. Hindmiin, who succeeds Showalter Is pianist. .'

stctid automobile dealer. Before home at 226 N. E. 26th street library at 8 p m. Mrs Dan Williams president of i Present were: Mrs V. F. ;
Sept. 25.-0b'tlJC'vance of foundIng -
filing to Homestead 12 years ale,' Miami the W M S., which the W. S. C. S. Booth, Mrs H. M. Gibbs, Mrs. C. 1
of Rebekah order by
  • Odd Fellows.
    flv Years. where she went from CLUB SPONSORED DANCES organization will do during the' E. S. Caplinger, Mrs J. A. Dllu/*- r
    \ihome in Ceonjia She has TO BE RESUMED: SEPT. 24 Sept. 25 -Evening group of coming year. I'I, erty, Mrs. E. E. Atkinson Mrs W. I

    I b 1..t employed ns tin office asslst- ,I Dances for the younK' unmarriedset bridge Clwb with tournament Mrs Howard of University Johnson Other' officers elected were: I; D. Wyman Mrs Sam J. Davis, )

    ate .it the Dade County Home for m the Ridland District, sponsored and Mrs Geo. Polk as hostessesat first vil'e-pr..ldt"nt. Mrs. Casper Mrs Mollie Wmgate, Mrs A. S. 1
    ss ei.il\ month Previous to that by the Senior and Junior Williams; second vice-president I Moye, Mrs J. V. Davis Mrs. '
    Johnson ,
    home at 8
    .4, wan employed ut Duitons Deli -I Women's Clubs of Homestead, wisl Sept. 28.-Woodman p C I r c 1 e Mrs J. A. McNwIl; recording secretary .' Selma Reitz, Mrs D. Smith, lla.. D
    i tment Store In miettead be resumed! each Tuesday and Fri D. Mrs Dave Williams; L. L. Field Mrs A. M. Logan,
    meeting with Mrs. W. Coker.
    I day evening, starting Sept. 24. Sept. 28-Meeting of PresbyterIan responding secretary, Mrs L. Mrs George Barnes, Mrs. Joel J. D
    Dodd; and treasurer, Mrs C. Robinson Mrs Jason MI'\ .. 1
    AftT LASS f'H\NGE-i The dances will begin at 8:30.: A Auxiliary with Mrs. Von Gel- cor-I Avery
    U\Y Of MEETING small admission charge, ISc, dren Eaker H. L. Brown, Mrs. Lewis Brandon JI
    Secretaries of various burg, Mrs Dan Williams, Mrs. J
    be made for each person Sept. 27.-Bridge( tournament nf
    DM WPA art class, taught by wl11'l tees elected 1
    were: Mrs J. J. Eakcr Mrs Casper Williams Ms.
    Hostesses' Tuesday will be Club with IJrs GeoRuchle .
    University ,
    CIMI'nrWonlen of Miami
    Richards. I (
    James Bird and Miss Pearl missionary education; I Richards, Mrs Ranson Mrs Sho-
    and Mrs Wm. Gee as
    Hicut dining the siiool year on J
    Mrs Dan Williams, Christian walter. Mrs Hindman, Miss Nella
    aker Mrs Burley Dendy andMrs. hostesses, at home of Mrs B. M social I
    K'timliys. the members decided '
    relations and local church ac-1 Souls and Miss Jennie Lobdell.
    Herbert Turner will be hos-
    .11 I list wrek meeting I Hindman at 2 p. m. l
    tesses Friday Sept. 27.-Evening group of I
    Tile modeling class far school IJ
    bridge tournament of UniversityClub
    l'1..tdl.'n... might, this summer by COUNTY P. T. A. TO :MEETIN I with Mrs. Frank Webb and THE DIXIE DRUG r
    .\li s Virginia! HoIUcljvv, will be UEDLASD'EDSESDAY
    Mrs W. O Mills as hsotesses, at
    continued but clans In sketching
    a All school patrons of the Red- Webb home at 8 p. m. Phones SO and 9101-Homestead, II*. l
    and painting be offered
    may land District are Invited to attend Sept. 27.-Ladies' evening groupof JACK POLK-HOWARD JOHNSON s
    01 Siturdiys
    the opening meeting of the Dade bridge tournament of University -
    The class meets at D o'clock In County Council of Parent-Teacher Club, with Miss Bertha Nil I

    tar Chamber. of Commerce building Associations In Redland Wednesday Hausman and Miss Julia Sullivanas (

    Anyone Interested is invited hostesses, at home of Miss dsds a de.loP well r
    to attend.AORR slaM yrs. IIL1
    Hausman at 8 p. m. 71% i.es e r
    r to
    Oct. bd.ely +./ aec.w a
    1 -Meeting of Outlook Circle
    :you have un almost complete combination WELL I
    M UCOIM MiWINUD d..emod cemP101-
    ," of the Homestead Methodist ,1%. lino L J
    TALKS TO JUNIOR':; WOMEN Ill "14, l+w that iso0
    Church with Mrs Allan Kissum MEN r
    Since number of the Homestead $00
    When a member of the Junior a Oct 2.-Homestead P. T. A. executive GROOMED dalighd'sa.aJ't to )

    \','"'n''in'. Club reaches the age limo junior club members will committee mealing M mss ..

    it if the club, either the may Joinsenior '.icon reach the junior age limit, Oct 2.-Meeting at Legion Auxiliary USE ,Stahl f

    hr' club or .i group of such I that Instead of taking the entire 11

    members. If for some reason they II club to make a department of the Oct. 4-Mretmg of Episcpal
    ,senior club the be ,
    younger girls I
    are unable to attend the senior Auxiliary.
    left behind to lead the
    sneetmgs-may form a department Ineomlng Oct 7.-Meeting of Redlnnd I
    e f the senior club, explained Mrs !new members of the junior club Neighborhood Circle with Mrs W .
    This, she out, would eliminate .
    Malcolm McDonald of Coin! Cubic I pointed E. Gaby. I

    v stale chairman of junior the danger of bringing a Oct. 8.-Woman'i Club of Homestead .

    clubs, In a talk on What Happens clique Into the senior club and meeting in clubhouse at Briten .

    tl) Juniors' at a dinner meeting :would allow the work of both 3pm. THIS SAFEFLOTATION
    clubs to be
    Monday nlglit( at the Bamboo Tav expanded.
    Mrs McDonald also gave a brief

    ernThe Golden Jubilee, or BOth anniversary ,talk on the golden jubilee, i PROCESS
    Tooth Paste
    of the Federation of I Mrs Q' G Lee, president of

    Women Clubs was observed at the Coral Gables Junior Woman'sClub i i BRIGHTEN

    the dinner The "hostesses, Mrs. answered questions on the
    Herbert Turner Mrs Durley Den Coral Gables cabaret and made YOUR TEETH With Alkalizing Foam

    dir and Miss Pearl Whltaker car suggestions as to how the Home

    ried out a yellow color scheme In stead club might Improve Its an- .
    the decorations nual cabaret. Large :

    "The Junior club Is a brain child Guests were: Mrs Fred Hosea, 4SC I
    of the seniors," said Mrs McDonald first Nice-president of the Miami TubePaR'e

    "Combine the youth and vitality Woman Club: Mrs Fielding Ruff,

    (S the juniors with chant I Mrs' Clifton DeBerry and Mrs H. (dea1tt1k1osti: C

    and experience Of the seniors, and K. Foulk.Blstayne .

    I : rssib.rmwif G Win. 7t. Qrt MILK: OF ; G a G ,Dal?. ,

    hart I method's! a e CDII" x MAGNESIAW11H0UTiSCRU661NG
    sad nom I

    II' Wfal 1 No Rua eer4h Pa. PIe.e .ifa'pae1J t lip I' t'e.erophooeefsod

    r a st- that Wcsow Hfwf
    jts'got 5. Ira la..
    Uha. Ali Seklfy,.
    UtJ. .PIN jls ploowsl tar
    at Kill BlUoiL Ample Fire Parking
    ... FI or.6ri
    fill 111.._ osi. any. e ;
    f1 54th Anniversary Sale r.......i weALICE'S :
    BEAUTY ; FULL IIN1 35c i oUtt


    arts 110(;.... ......
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    Friday. September 20. 1940 ___ THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page e"'L


    II Social Events I Society of the Nazarene I

    Church of Princeton will give a
    RATE: First Insertion 10* a line; subsequent Insertion
    "native worker" program at the
    B* a lln*
    church Sunday night at T:43. ,.. __ __ ____ ___ .
    Members of the society will

    dress to represent different countries FOR SALE \ citrus
    Tropll'lIptants., -
    SHOWER HONORS (J F Foster Mrs. Chesley Saunders -
    I and tell of their work and
    trees and tropics fruit I In
    MRS. JOSEPH BENSON Mrs. Wilbur Albury, Mrs. religion. I
    Preston Lee, Mrs. Lydia Gossman FOR RENT-Clean, all electric season. Jungle Grave Redland
    Mrs. Joseph Benson was honored -I The Rev. E. P. Cowen cordially road and Plummet drive.
    with a miscellaneous shower!| Mrs. W. R. Bird, Mrs. Willard M. Invites the public to attend. furnished apiirlmcnU Rent $23:

    Tuesday afternoon at the home of Fifield, Mrs. J. G. Wynn, Mrs W. year round, season $32.:50. Mrs

    D. Coker Mrs. Adam Brannen, Eva Collins, Federal Highway, WANTEDWANTr
    Mrs. Frank Henderson in Prince ,
    \'. M. V. TO :MEET \\FD\ESD\Y _
    I Mrs. Wilson Crosby, Mrs W. C. Biscayne Drive at Modcllo.
    with Mrs. Curtis Lee .
    ton and Airs TO DECIDE PLANS FOR YEAR :D Automobile sak" man
    Bell of Plant City, Mrs. T. O. Watkins (20tf)
    Wesley Campbell as joint hos- A called meeting of the Woman's bv old established I .ntctt ,1
    I Mrs Frank Irwin, Mrs. Ray I I
    tesses. Missionary Union of the First Unlimited p".sihiliiii,
    Benson Miss Nella Sauls und I RENT YOUR HOUSE OR APARTMENT
    Mrs. Benson, the former Miss Alias Pearl Whitiikcr.MRS. Baptist Church will be held Wednesday -(urnlihed or unfurnlnh-! for right person. Apply! m ..Il

    Ruth Peterson was married last I I afternoon at 3 o'clock In I ed. 1 have year 'round clients., handwriting to Box A-l-! ,n'

    month.In I the Sunday school building when Lo.idei'-Enterprise. (-211 .'1))
    : PUTOF :AIDE CII.\lR\I\S I Benjamin. Morris, registeredreal

    a contest to draw picture ,, BAPTIST BUILDING HAD I plans for the >car will be dis- I estate broker W Kromr WANTt'DRI'pI''MPnl.ttl"I 1 I.. "k
    with chewing gum, )prizes were Mis A. E. P.iulvns! elected I <.us'odj lI\'l', next to Kiptisl Chuuh ,' lifter our magazine! .sub-i i i I"' nI
    Mrs J. Lawrence I j The work und meeting day were' (2UIO)
    won by Scott chntrm of the building fund <'f I I I Intno-N! In 11"1<'.1"110 mil ui -
    Mrs A. E. Smith and Mrs. Nor- the Fist Baptist Church of Homestead diet u.'d at an executive l mlmt-
    unity. family order nb-
    man Benson.. Mrs. E. P. Cownn, I at a supper meeting of the (tee l1"'I'llnloill.t\ Wednesday in Hit FOR RENT-Fuinlshed and unfurnished i| -ciiptioiH Hundreds of itiilUim>

    Mrs. Norman Brhuon and Mrs. G building committee and teachers | Sunday schuul building. houses and apartment
    are spent for them each fall 'ndwhIleI'
    Year 'round tenantspreferred.
    W. Shiver, Jr., were prize win- and officers of the Sunday school *
    I : In this \'lrlnlly. Intll'ltlona t -
    I Benjamin
    ners in a contest of jumbled wordsof and church Monday night In the PREMIYTERIVV At'MI.IVRVHAS and equipment free. Guaranteed -
    I registered real estate broker,
    vegetables and kitchen utensils. j Sunday school building. BIBLE STUDY COURSE
    N. Krome Ave., next to Baptist lowest rates on all pro -
    The hostesses were assisted by !| Each group captain made a report Mrs. A. F. Darling conducted a Church. (s20U) odiculs, domestic and foreign

    Mrs. A. D. Fogle, Jr., and Mrs. of collections made during Bible study course nt a meeting I Represent the oldest mPlln,"'I'

    John M. Lee. I the summer. R. E. Edwards, of the Presbyterian Auxiliary on FOR RENT-60 acres west of Per- agency in the United Suttee

    The house was decorated in cut treasurer of the fund, gave a re Thursday of last week at the homeof rine, $5 per acre. Offer good Start a growing and permanent

    flowers And Christmas vine :I port. Mrs. A. F. Arthur I for one week only. R. J. Clein, I business in whole or spore tune

    The next meeting will be held i Phone 3-6012 or 2-2081, 110 Address MOORE-COTTRFLL

    olate Limeade cake, angel's served.food and choc TO CELEBRATE FOUNDING at the home of Mrs Von Gcldren j I I West Flagler St., Miami. (t3)) Inc. Naples Road, North CuhOl'
    OF REBEKAII ORDER oq Sept. 26 Anyone wishing togo ton, New York. (pa 20<
    Others present were: Mrs. Liberty Rebekah Lodge and but Is without transportation RENT YOUR HOUbE: -furmsnedor

    Frank Mcllwaln Mrs. J. E. Close 1 Homestead Lodge, No. 20, I. 0. O. Is asked to get In touch with Mrs.J. unfurnished. I have year TUTORING WANTED blab

    Mrs. Frazier Waldron Mrs Bert F., will observe the 89th anniversary I A. Ricks at the parsonage. 'round clients.: Benjamin W school and grade school subjects,

    Andrews, Mrs. A. A. Busscy Mrs. of the founding of the Re- Present at the meeting were: Morris, registered real estate Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. B, .

    Annie R. Butler Mrs, E. L. Law II bekah order Tuesday evening In Mrs F. G. Hathaway Mis. Lawrence broker, N. Krome ave., next to Plummer drive and Country

    rence, Mrs. M. A. Murphy, Mrs. the Odd Fellows hall on N. W. Pope, Mrs. J. R. Hickson, Baptist Church. (julfltl) Club road.

    J. E. Davis Mrs. Earl Cravey, First street. Members of their Mrs. F. C. Robinson, Mrs. T. L. I
    Mrs. S. L. West Mrs. Leslie Dit- the hove entlllrd court, and y..i an n
    I I I families will be guests. I Hodges, Mis. Curl F. Robinson FOR SALEFOR q..l.... to l>pr., to raid bill of mmiiliilnton
    ter Mrt. E. D. Wright, Mrs. V. ...... t, ,,
    Last Tuesday evening Mrs Mrs. J. R. Irvin, Mrs. C. Ben or lipftrc 0. r 1\1.\ th wades
    L. Harris, Sr.. Mrs. Chas. M.utln", Blanche SALE-Immediate disposal the sll..wstion. ,4 said bill will .... takes
    Chapman Mrs. Plummcr, Mrs. Ceo D. Ruehle, ... .
    Mrs. J. H. Benson, Mis. J. I Mullins Mrs. A. W. Jones Mrs. : Mrs. Darling, Mrs. Ricks and Mrs. Used sheet tin and wood. Collins M This ranfewnl order br shall> u hr piihllihmi >.,...r.".Hinl

    Hooks, Mrs. Virginia Walton, 11. P. McLean, Mrs. Corabelle II Arthur. Bldg. See Mrs. Eva Collins W l low In The HimnHo l I....,...'....,. ,

    Florence Pacetti, Mrs. J. R. A'I I Grlnold Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe, I Modello. (s20)) I p.I.oimty.a Florida.WITNI.as newspaper. published In !'."

    Mrs. S. G. Odom, Mrs. A. W. I Mrs. W. D. Mahnn, Mrs. Carrie WOODMAN: CIRCLE my hand and the >..I..f.. aid
    stand. Mrs. ,,, ,
    FOR SALE-Fruit mart Hill Tlh dar of September, 1 Ml
    Vlcker Mrs. J W. Beckton Mrs. '
    I McCullough, Mrs. Anna HEARS DISTRICT MANAGERMrs. .,.., ,'
    Eva Collins, Federal Highway at Miami l In Hit state mid rimnlr -"
    Alma Edwards, Mrs. Fred Jordan, 1' smith and Mrs. E. S. Messer-I' Ii:. H. LKADItKMANLUrk
    Mrs. W. W. Bethea, Mrs. Noah Katherine Richardson of Biscayne, Modello. sl2tf) i of Circuit ,'. ",t.
    a district Circuit Court 8 ill
    Coconut Grove, district < )
    Peterson, Mrs. H. A. Amon, Mrs. manager F. i, r.oiH.iiIVnuljl .
    Rebekah lodges in Coconut Grove. of the Woodman RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for i Oi
    Ed. Holland Mri. I spoke on Ol, .1.
    Martlnos, Miss
    Mrs. H. H. Ewing,
    the work being done In Woodman sale cheap. r Rllnl. rFTTFWAV a STUHHI.rK:
    Myrtle Kerfoot, Misses Rose and MRS. RICHARD HUFF GIVES I Homestead.
    15 N. E. 8th st., BollclUin lor I'l.lnlllf.
    circles from Vero
    Beach to Home-
    Elizabeth Peterson Misses Kath PARTY FOR SON BOB (a6tf). III<',,&. IS. 110. |I7. (1<1. I. 1 .IDR.R.S.AKERS
    stead, at meeting of the
    a Royal
    leen and Nelle Lloyd, Miss Faye Mrs. Richard Huff gave a party Poinciana Grove Woodman Circle ... .... ..,.. .., .. ,........" .. ,
    and Carol IN THE riKU'ir comr up TIIK
    Campbell Virginia and in observance of the first birthday
    Sept. 12, at the home of Mrs. ElfiTH: It 011'1\1. 'RITIT. IS
    Janice Lee.
    anniversary of her son Bob, at I AM FOR DAUB MIINTV' MOHIUA.
    Those sending gifts were: Mrs. their home Tuesday afternoon. Florence Pacetti. IN 1HAMEKY. NO). '4.UWILIIUH -_. .

    Ceo. M. Frick, Mrs. Stella Chambers I Balloons were given the guests I The next meeting will be held CLEVELAND v. Plaintiff I :
    26 at the home of Mrs. W. DENTIST
    Mrs. C. W. Little Mrs. i aft favors, and fruit jello, cake and Sept. FLORIDA POWER a MHT CO. Mfniriilluli -' j .
    D. Coker. BRAY, If
    and THOMAS
    Henry Bropker Jr., Mrs. Ralph candy were served. I Irvine, sad If deed all, unknown htln.4fvltt Office Hours: > a. m. to S 9. at:
    Mullins, Mrs Frank Burrcll Mrs.: Small guests were: Rose Marie HELPING 11\SOCIETY +*. (rr.nt... nr otnrr claimant j
    CiadiTs t to It
    1 under him, dwMHd or otherwise U -I ;
    T. T. Bowen
    Mrs. Joe Lake
    McClung, Jackie Caves, Carla IRS ALL-DAY MEET e-sdants. .
    C. T. Anderson, Mrs. M. D. Jacobsen Daieing, Robert Cassube, Janice The Helping Hand Society of HILL FOR INJUNCTION AND TO 1 ;

    Mrs. Harry Schauberger Howard Johnson Johnnie and 1 Florida held IIF-CLAI'E TRUST
    City an all-day meet- Order far PubillofasTO '
    Mrs Preston B. Bird Mrs. A. D.'' Nick Denby Jon Molkentine Patricia I Ing Wednesday at the home of THOMAS K. IIHAV. residence l usknown free Parking Space

    Foglo, Sr., Mrs J. R. Dorsey, Mr s. Walton, Billy Loaner, Bern Mrs. Blanche Chapman. A pot- known helm It living. dour. .and.>n .It..n.dead.. or ill other im- :1764 N. W. S TH tfT., MIVJII

    , Chas. Chambers, Mn Cora Lott ard and Dickie Hindmon, Dickie luck luncheon win served at clsmants under him, drowsed .>r .Uin- 1 PRONE: 2ZUlI

    Mrs. Liirius Boll of Fort Myers, Huff and Sandra Casselberry. I noon. A short business session wise.You, .
    ratified that hill ofr.mw4ini
    Mrs. J. D. Redd, Mis J. K. Whit- Grown-ups present were: MrsJ. was held in the afternoon. I are h.hen been filed Instant a It..", In I '!I'W'III .,." '. "JIII"'III"'I' ,

    Bker Mrs. T. B. Granthnni, Mrs.J. E. McClung, Mrs. W. B Caves, Present were: Mrs. Helen Wat-

    L. Burton, Mrs. T. M. Harris I Jr., Mrs, Robert Dnreing Mrs terson, Mrs Lena Woodbury. Airs I

    Mrs. J. L Majray, Mrs. E, A.1 Robert Ctisnube. Mrs C II Denby, Wm Erpenbach Ono Mrc Ralph

    Harper, Mrs. Molly Thomas, Mrs. I I[Mrs E t). Molkentine, S '., MI"! Chr nlster, all of Miami; Mrs.II

    NOTICE OF APPLICATION! FOR I Emil!: Molkcntine, Jr. Mrs Virginia Frank BrrnecKer M.... Albert Albrecht -I Redland Brand

    TAX DEEP Walton Mrs. Paul Loaner, Mrs Fred Barker!' knd son

    File .,.. I.17HT Mrs 11. M. Hmclmnn Miss Ellen [Charlie, Mrt. Harry Desler Mrs.Jason. .I
    Notre ...h..-.., ''h'''n thatR. 1':. Unrtar. Huff and Mrs. Hull .
    .....d.. of -Citr .f Miami! Tit Otllfl.I Avery und Mrs. Chipman.r .j
    vows Plastic '1M" nm| 1..4-. dittnl the
    tlh toy of June. A n. IPS, hu HIMMid --- -- -- Fertilizers
    Mrtlff, ..tM hi ray offVm .inChM Mule! I .
    .. .
    lipi tl.m fur ass donl lo issue thrnnm
    In .nordtnra with l. Reid
    v nertfretoa.mbrsr.
    .. the following VKtlhni pro"" ..... 1
    Ilutv4 In bad. County, Pliri>l. to-mtu :
    Lot 10, Ulh tl, oraliiitil VIIIk Er. I manufactured in Homestead
    twMfcn, Plat 80..... 17. I-.*. &t, In the I r are .
    city ol Miami. yeasty of Il.rt". HIM 1 1
    fit rlorld. M _.....). (.. 1 will lc.w
    No. NMtt. The UKrai.nt of said nmp-
    srb .infer the Mia nrtlflnu I 'iutdww owned
    lii the .*... .f Uoh..... II by a locally company.
    lot II, Hlk II. Orrh.rd Vill I V.I. \
    ration, rhR Bulk IT.'PM* II. Ai Itio Mean Guaranteed Used Cars
    City of Miami. County of !%.!.. State
    .f JTkirlita., u tmlinvM III t' rtlflciiw Mixtures\ are carrcd:
    N. 1047. Tin iMcMtmil ofd I
    ._ty under the Mid <*ntfic.t. ..
    need WM In duo name ,.f Unlni. wn' 1936 CHEVROLET LONG WHEEL BASE I
    Mutfm Hid. OHtlflrit shall lie mhwimlonflm -
    .. to .... ta> **d ..11I...._ tl w- TKUCKS-two them. With or without on hand for every
    10 o* as UK ash day at Octofer. A.-D. lt Ibfc Srd day o< ...._bor. A. S>. bodies.
    I"" r .
    R> B. 'LF.ATH'KRMAW need.
    Ckr of Clmitt Court 1931 CHEVROLET LONG WHEEL BASE
    Diul OOU. '. Florida. .
    einaH cows peel. TRUCK. '
    B' N. c. msRRnr, B. c.
    Mqt S,.1.. 19. l7-:, (t. 4. IMC) Your patronage is


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    Station I Bird Chevrolet Co. MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER

    John E. Davis Prop. HOMESTEAD FLA.
    Oldest Chevrolet Dealer .a nOrth East CoastHomestead. I ,
    8. KIMM Ave. Phonr till Florida T Upbo.. III I

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    Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday September 20. 1940

    formed him of the seriousness 011 aalldiillmulul llul lullluuulualllllllllllalllluail1111 nlIllfiillllllllllil ul II IInI IIIInIIiIIUII1Ili( 1lnuum I
    MOTHER HELDContinued the cane and described the penalties -
    for t.helarlow degree of

    ( from PIe One) homicide. Non
    ', started the I
    Hane, widow who
    Hid 'The policy was for MOO!
    Investigation shortly after her FRHNKLIN'S IS
    end contained a double Indemnity i I
    husband' death by telling State
    clause In1 case of violent death.Two I ,
    G.A Worley that the
    days before Haney WM hot,
    I' victim had said the hooting was
    on July 1. his mother came to me I
    not accidental was not present at
    and laid she wanted herself made
    I the inquest State InvestigatorRay
    beneficiary) of the policy. Incases I
    read her statement before
    Mills -

    must be of. the obtained change content of to beneficiary of I went the Insured to tee ofcourte I;I At the the court time Haney was wounded 1 CHASE & SANBORN DATED COFFEE ib. 19cl

    Haney :both he and Stanley told poJoI.'ethe
    shooting Wit accidental Stanley -
    "He. sold he never had considered claimed that the lurching automobile Phillips "Delicious" Products Excell 1 Ib. pkgs. =
    change of beneficiary and' caused his arm to drop on

    seemed matter surprised before when him.I broughtthe Hit jl seat the pistol between which the was two lying causing on the the Pork & Beans ?Li;?g 25c Soda Crackers, 2 for 17c
    mother was present at the time I weapon to be discharged
    For tome time he was reluctant to I Physicians testified at the inquest Juice SSf 17c
    make, the change!, declaring that that the bullet entered highin __ Tomato Broken, Sliced or No. 2 can, 2 for
    he .d obtained the policy for his Haney'i side and ranged = =
    wmd/ wanted her to get the downward and could not ha\e Butter Beans c\-9* 25c 25c
    bet:':ti.' of it lie and his mother been inflicted In the manner alleged Crushed Pineapple B
    arc -i bout the change for some by Stanley
    tin, Mrs Haney pointed out to
    I Investigator Milk testified n I
    he .n, Hint now since he was the hearing that he tested tin
    net '. .I from his wife hc (them death weapon and' found .it impossible I Osccola Tender Peas'25c
    must care for him duringtllr to discharge accidentlv,
    { '.oilth Finally Haney He said he dropped tin put-' ''
    agtI I i I the change and I made threw it on the floor and J-: :; I Rosemary
    the :,u" beneficiary. I I IH wise handled it in an unnutin> Juice =
    Muy,i said Mrs HaDe) manner and It failed to iirr AK.. tors .,,! Grape QT.23c _
    .1. j" h beneficiary of the the trigger responded only to
    oil ,>i": ,e< which were issued hard pull, he suid | } FREE TEA GLASS with ',4 Ib. pkg;
    by >n M murance company. I
    I 11 .l ould not be induced to I CARD OF HUNKS I MAXWELL HOUSE TEA 25c
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