The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00146
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: October 22, 1937
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: UF00087294:00146
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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I ON I South Dade Ex-Service Men Turn Out I(NINE YEARS' CONFISCATORY

In Force for Joint Session of 3 Posts

DAMREMOVALNEXTHM Tx-wTvlc men! ::11 the ReJland: Comrn.nctprank Van Houten nfl LEVIES TO BE PAYABLE AT I

.. District responded in force to the I i.'ke Worth fo. Incoming officers
in"Ititton issued b-:' Torn (Ic SJlU of Lindley DeOarmo Poet >y fort American Legion, H attend :: nut GlOW, Biscayne Post of South

n point installation of officers !- Miami! end John U SaUoy Post olHrjw'eid I 40 MILLS LESS BIG DISCOUNT
by three Legion port in Lngkn I Assisting was J. K.,
HAl! at Homestead William of Harvey Seeds Post
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dny r'ght.The I Miami! member of the Florida department -
triple Installation, executive committee. I Lot Delinquent for Tota
Injunction Halts County : cent on the dollar for the yean
the first In the history of the Talks were made afterward by 1934-33-36, the net tax for each
Ditchon Of $565 Can Pay Up
From Reopening ida depprtment of the Legion no--I Mr Van Houten. Mr. Williams. these year would be $12
East Glade conducted: by r.partment I Tom Kelly, commander of Harvey Now for $78 lot Adding, It lIras found that the !

I Seeds Post, Sam i McCahlll, owner of the lot could redeem It

t Hearing'on, temporary writ v department vtce-commander, and INTEREST AT 3.9% ON for a total of $78 lot the entire nine

joining Coumjf :-omnii loner J. MRS.WALHEROUTVOTED I I Chat P. Edwards, commander of 30 YEAR REFUNDING yean, Under the refund In\! provision -
D. Redd and county" force Iron the Miami Beach post, the die whereas taxes assessed

removing a dam constructed lIy ON MOVE de gave of the 40 and 8. and other. agilnit It on the books total IMS
South Da.de Farm at the mouth Theme were the Increasing Importance Bonds Callable as City Is 81, almost equal to Its valuation.

of a ditch at the juncture of Camp !I of the Leglon'i progmm Able to Buy Them From these totals It can be seen '
ben and Tallahassee roads, tour TO RETAIN BUS of Americanism education In the Period that the property owner In this :

mile east of Krome avenue, wit I face of the threat to democracy During: I Instance, anyway, will pay hi \i
be held Tuesday in circuit court i through development abroad, and delinquent taxes at a discount of \
at Miami! A motion by Mr* Nell it Walker I wars and mean of making meet- Cwflscatory tax levies of INput 86% under the bond refunding[

'The Injunction, wa obtained b 7 of Homeitrad South Dade mem1ber I I Inn Interesting and inspiring to nine yean en which a virtue provision. iTor 1

Jamei.Sottile of South 4D dFanruylne. < of the courity school board to I members, together with expressed taxpayer strike ha exiited, caD purpose*}o| wmgarUon! the
., at noon on T w'slop, have the three busses transporting determination: ot.* various ?repretentitivee lit paid up at discount total'nimor following, tabulation on the lot :
workmen)lad{completed nPlovalot pupil of the' Homestead school to lee -that their unite than IS per Cent under pro. I computed la*given:

last week yid teryrcl"'beore retained on their established II made theft membership quota 100 visions ot a 90-year refunding bend OrWiul Tn Ilirihvtw
of the LUte Mr Redd wa out of route, failed to get any vote he- per cent. contract approved 'and signs Mill Tu *.i>4 ItMM
3 J). by the I M I '|JW III
town yesterday and could not breached < side hen at a three-member meeting County ,, Commlsiloner Monday night mayor anccity U 40 IIM IIM
for a statement It la, understood of the board 1I't Redd and Mayor Tom Harris *nex.ervtaejmait council and now being dreu- IM TOMII IS
that he was acting at the A* a result, t wa were present by lated among bondholders for theli III) f MM.MM :
of farmer to the port! to have been dlnxrnUi.jed tiers ( D ZS signature II, Ht. *..*. I
... request a1m"tAle"'f4nd'pt'l tt5iveekbat'eueontfstued I ;tianls"'of the bondhol* I* H MMU i
who feared that the dam by:prt"1 I """ : or I I* lt MM
venting the accustomed flow a pending the,outcome otWednesda tn have already tentatively agreecto I* Gale a

water to the south would gauss ,'. meeting will be"talc-.I WILCOX SPEAKS sign the refunding contract, bj lapis' |IM.II inI
inundation of their fields and dam- en off and transferred to the Per- which Homestead 1980000 bond I I The low mUlage levies In 1928

age to their crops ring school- district effective next, TORDIAMONDAYI ed Indebtedness win be extended:| and 1929 were offset by valuationof I

Mr. Sottue said that in lieu.,Oj Monday !i for 30 yean at Interest rates [ t)827478 and $5,813.14. re- {
bus service In
Lack of sufficient a"'hlnI.II". .
the four-foot ditch that had beer ipectlvely: -more than five time
dammed, South pad Farms had the Hialeah district brought the 1 ATREDLANDinLocal Refunding bond, dated Oct. I. the valuation of 1918, which wa t)

widened deepened and completedthe luggettion from Board Member i I 1937, and maturing Oct. I, 1967, $1,093,4<8. I
-flitch along Campbell tttfeel (Centin ie4 on Page Three) j but callable by the city at any time The following summary of the

to connect with the Campbell street I and national Issue will be I and In any quantity within that (Continued on Page Ten )
canal. The Campbell street ditch Junior Carnival Offers discussed by Congressman J. Mark period, will be exchanged for the I -

,/ M said 1 is now eight feet wide and Big i Attractions Tonight Wilcox in an address before the: present ouUtandlng bonds, 90% ol CURTAIN RISESTOMORROW !
' from five to eight feet deep and Redland District Improvement Association -i which draw Intereit at 8-X.

capable of carrying off all water Homestead High School annual next Monday night in i The delinquent tax discount: feature .
that formerly went through the Junior carnival will begin with Redland School auditorium at 7:30: of the contract I II contained In I ON M

dammed ditch to inundate" farmlands supper at 6 o'clock this evening clock. I the provision for paying the past
and to the south. Thvdam and at 7 o'clock this evening the George L Swan president of due interest on the bonds.
wa constructed: on Oct 14 ratter numerous concession will open. the improvement association, said Fait due Interest on the cltyi I

the Campbell street ditch wa completed Two one-act play, "The Rob that the fourth congressional dis I entire bond lame totals $U ,UOO.I .
by South Dade Farm men trict' representative had been Invited .
will eertlflcatet
bery" and The Deceivers, Non-intenit-btaring coupon
Chevrolet has \,
and machinery, he said.w be given In the auditorium under to toll what had been done for the full amount of the I Company
office everything In readiness for the wfirst
toward obtaining a post
the direction of E. B. Blackburn overdue Interest will be lamed tc:
local of the 1938 f
for Homestead and to speak on new
show will be I[the bondholders, but the contract
and a moving picture 1
Chevrolet which will be given a
OLDS ANNOUNCES given In the gymnasium.The 1 other matters' affecting this section gives the city the right, to call then nation-wide introduction tomorrow
seniors, who are managingthe particularly with certificates at 33%" of their fan t
The show room of the local
popularity conteit report thata agriculture. value. The city proposes to cull 1 ;
NEW DEALERSlllP dealer have been specially decorated !
j' for the winner and retire then certiflca'ei
worth-while prize coupon
I THE WEATHER for the event, and music wilt be
has been donated by the Dixie with fund collected from :Ie hII \-
AND NEW MODELS{ Drug: The art class will have a OffleM mrtMt neat W UK 5uNolftl, I I quent taxes on the bails of the 1039 furnished by the. Pink Elrphant
i &a a.ri..t statics, le.ra.bad. norw. fromto.p.m."W.
,favor booth. levy of 40 mills and the assented are especially proud of the
the attraction Offered Date lain valuation of 1914 lei the fellowlm
Among tl1njXAnIBu.. I[ surprise wr have! In tore this
Motor K un beano. marble dropping, penny Oct: 15' 11 TO ,130.001 .08 schedule of discounts: "
The Flagler Company, 1 year, states W. H. Bird president
P. McDanleU manager I II official- throwing fortune tolling, string. Oct Ie ._ .' .5 U IJo.oII I Taxes for the yean 1J28, 1929, of Bird Chevrolet Company "Nev.

If announced a* Oldsmobile dealerin f pulling, dart throwing, fish pond Oct 11 -- 83 1 111'1 i 1 .20 and 1930 to be settled at 25 cents er in our year In the automobile
Homestead in this iue of the. turtle race, nine pins, fortune Oct. 111. 87 1 T3 110.001 I.al on the dollar business have w* been privilegedto
co-incideol wheel and turtle throw .. Oct. II .,i I 80 I 18 \\28.1151 .' Taxes lot I.n, 1931 and 133 to
Leader* Pnierprto* I introduce such a distinctively \
with the announcement of Olds-[burger, ice cream and pier.m-I Oct. '20 ._ ... In : tie ..H1l be settled at 33 1-3 cent on the' beautiful car in addition, this w
be sale all evening.\ 1 Oct 11 tie .ZUllj; .70 dollar.
U Md oa
. mobila "daahtag new I new Chevrolet letnrte nothing to ::
r dynamic new eight' for 1938 I Taxes for 19)4. 1931 and 1S38 to be desired from the standpoint of :

Mr. McDiinlfl has toad yean pi Full Line of 1938 Pontiacs DisplayAt be settled for M cent on the doll I such quality ,*f performance, i j
j on I lar. (Discount In all cam to be, (Continued m Paige Three) I
'bustmess deducted after computation of:
, Preston b'dl\lotof.Co ShowroomThe
t yean aal l, ?rn najier oldest ..* j, : texts at 40 mill on the 19M \'IV'Te West Arraigned, Date M
uatton.) i
tablished melee ear agencies. -
IJ. Americiiv oldest Preston B. Bird Motor Coi1 get an Idea of the caving that of Trial Yet to Be Set :'
.\ 1. Oldnwbiv lit I choice of eight! body itylel
'" mwiufieWrw' 'of automobile, H ?"ny hi a full Mr*of hew Pontbc I'would be effected for the taxpayerthneugh :'
: \ ann aunt n l"'Jtt; 'follt wrte*. 1 01< models for usa At It) show Militia Retaining. the distinctive" badge this arrangement City Attorney ,.; George A. West,
of the "Silvrr Streak the new
dark R K. Edward selected for former Homestead grocer charfled
, carl; that; Oldsmobile six and dice GIa South Krame avenue, opposite
Pontlatf model for 1938. stressing
Oldsmobile eight for 1938. the Legion ball, reedy far.the b- computation a piece of property. with second degree arson, fifed a JI
it/ety, in many style and mechan. which the taxes bad not been; motion to and motion for ;
i Both albs. (L,. much that 1* ned In performance he* Can officially go on display teal refinements I, go oa public display ;l paid between 1928 and .,3e\ In-' a bill of particular when he wa 6 It
tomorrow at dales show-
and mechanical design and ,berth tomorrow. the country over clualvt lit 1936 valuation was I arraigned for trial ta Dade County
now offer a* in extra-cost option A* a matter of fact, Mr. Bird'ha* Memo the country ever. $600, so at 40 null (the 193S levy),' criminal court Wednesday mom-
the new automatic safety transmission made several advance sale already Built on both a ..ts'and.. eight the tax, before discount are deducted In,. y
developed and Introduced to person impressed] with cylinder chassis,the two line_are would be 824 At 25 cent:I Judge Ben C. Wlllard set hear.Ing "

by Oldllnot>lle. This new developinent the stress laid on safety'In many ,each offered In a choice of eight, on the dollar for the year 1928-2S- on the motion for next Monday
1 .regarded M one of the tnajer style and mechanical reQneroeet body ty let, JO, the net ten for each ot these I when attorney for the proeecation I
Retaining" the diitinctive badge of Outstanding '.skim of both year would be M At 33 1-1 cent[ and for the defense will r

modern the 'SUver Streak", and built on line are complete new treatment on the dollar for the yean 1931- agree oar date for trial, in the
..ltm4l equipment on the Old*. both a six and an eight chassis, them ,.of.. front and --atyting, optional.-, 33-33, the net tax for each ef'!event the motion to qt-ash I II det' -
offered oh Twof)*"*"'' these ftmrvwnswit: At lo' died.
P. Five) Pontiac line an each (Continued Wge

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I r Page Two THE LEADER ENTERPRmE Friday. October 22, 1937 i

I types are avwl- correspond to the contour* of thu are exterior\ colors and combina
u. S. COLLECTOROF 1938 PONTIACSCo '1 I AbTn'n: eight cylinder j radiator shell The long hood has tio ... j :
strndard The first Impression and >4
chastijtpanenger: r gi
silver streak
the striking chrome ,
TAXES TALKS coupe, J-pssenger sport coup upon entering th.en ta thatf a
( Pose
i sliassed Oval unti
and cabriolet, t-puM1I.r J-doer 1 M Its taper' panel comtbonlng b cusjor) ,tailored bedy. Interior ie.rign .
mote Wnftel! ihttt kv*which
of I land. 4-de r sedan, t-door and,he vertical radiator grffle. Thj upholstery, hardware, and
UM Uront *Uotwtntetioni
frees oowpwtmett
TO ROTES LIONSJT. 5 parting line the hood is at the panelsl. are ,
aqy enlarged generator 4-door touring Mdona, and ecuvmft I : Instrument new and
>le phaeton. Curb weight of twit'line only the upper sec achieve the dual purpose of'lacreasing ,- .
!* for electrical need,
amp every
Y. UM 4-door sedan Is 34 IS pound Mum raised to service the engine the beauty and comfort of i
retention of the battery beneath .
six and 3SS5 the .\. Cflllp.rtmenTh.... easily re- the while at the
'as.son Edwin Larsen U. S. coll-cto ir the Hood for greater cleanliness on the on ail car same time add, '
of Internal revenue for Flora I. and accessibility Improved silent I With the six built on a 117inrhvhtclbase movable wing nut hold the lower Ing measurably to its safety For ,)
came down from his Jacksonville; syncro-tntah tranindwlon, comI and the eight on 122, section is place. All hinges are example the roll on the front seat
headquarters and brought a tociasecurity of th two chassis are powered by concealed. The hood side gratis back give every Imprcssloj' of
treatment the Fisher
| plate new
ry tax tpert from his tat::' body Interior, and a host of minor: iiwcors delivering 69 and,100 horsepower d'tfers on the eight from the alx j&that overstuffed upholstery., ", ;rot j
Icafor td discuss problem under TlttiVIII chances designed to increase the I respectively and with piston it b*. three chrome mould,. achieve the further purpose ;of

and Title IX' of the sari'' beauty and safety of this; latest of* tlta@leeenlanta of 223 and 149 cubicMot Instead of two. removing a sharp edge In. th ,
beioq security act with member of UM ferlnf of the second largest s' ,' i Radiator ornaments are redesigned event back seat passengers
Homestead Rotary. Club and th,1 ducer In General Moton.J' .f1'O"I striking in the new exterior In the modernistic manner, be pitched against It by a
:Xed).nd District Lions Club meet I appearance i* the rastylized I and new polished die-cast shields I stop. Similarly the new 'hou4t-l
tug In Joint session Tuesday nigh!; Prurlneeri who have previewed front end. The chromium grille conceal the headlamp bracket adJusting robe cord on the back of the
(!Ids In Legion Hall. : UM I83S model pronounced the I] popularly known as the "Silver cavatie Each model carries seat replaces the non-yielding and 'j

of Robert Hall Mr*. Larson's aide new remote control shift lever oneof Streak," which leaped Into Instant a name plate at both the upper convential robe rail of steel The ,
jbr discussed taxpaying details with| the outstanding mechanical! public favor when PontIac first and lower parts of the vertical new Pontiac "rail" consists of '
his which the employer I* faced and I developments of the new season. A |I Introduced it on the U33 model section of the silver grille. Wheels padded cord finished with a slllc":
] '
the short and \ lever'm
live answered many questions fro easily operated la retained in aU Its Individuality, and hub cap are new. Jacket harmonizing: with the in.*.\

employer In his audience. takes just beneath over all the the functions steering of wheel the I and becomes the focal point of anew On the eight, parking lamps have terror body trim. Hardware and
Two violin number were played conventional hood side grille and new radiator been tailored Into the tops of the window controls closely bug the j
shift lever le-
by Dr. H. S. Wolfe on a violin gear horizontal grille design head-lamps to form a harmonious trimming and have plastic knob ",
rct sated In the center of the front
made by Sam J. Davis a memberof which give the Impression of extreme unit. This model also boasts distinctive made thinner than usual-.also for
the Lion Club. Piano accompaniment compartment." This new "SafetyShift I II power and beauty radiator ornament, lower greater safety "
It Is called, I
tied was plf fad by Mr*. Julie I as represents rear door An ultra-modern and symctrt-
radiator plate
lb* the culmination of six yearn of reParch The center radiator grille hn name
H. Webster.
to for a safe and simple sub- ,ilnri rural crome plated baN : name plate and moulding, as well ally balanced instrument panel
--- -- and highlights the interior and dictate '
ornaments guardsin
[the "IUutr for the conventional gearshift who' h extend up and over the en- as bumper
{Grade Mothers to Meet the luxuryof It* toneWant
with greater
I keeping
lever and.it optional equip nr length of the hood. The ratUjtoi >
In Clinic Room TodayPT. nv'nt on saber! >.I. ":i' <:'tgh at :de grille are formed by' this model. Themt
.J"iffM ixtm cod i rbtontul chrome ban curved b| Interiors are wholly new", Ads Pay-Try:

A. mothers of the -- -- -
grade .. .
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Homestead schools will meet t in
the clinic room this afternoon at
2 o'clock to check up on their
membership drive with Mrs. C T.

Harper, membership chairman
Each room that has a membership -
of 100% by 9.30: Monday
morning will be given a dollar bj
the P-T. A.Federalll.

; lISle Class

Gives Piano Recital ,


Mr*. Alice Ruth Whitney federal
music project class gar !
recital in the Neva King Cooper
School Saturday: afternoon for
parents and friends.

Two member of .Joe Astoria' r: t I rY"
r class in stringed instruments. Ar. 1;
cher Dodson and J. T. Pritchard.
( played: the opening number
"Spanish randans".
Katherine and Virginia Kelly
played: three duets, "Spring Song
t "Now the Day I* Over" and "Gaily

.. Sing". Mildred Field played''
r Twinkle Toes" and with Betty
Graham played "Silent Night" a
duet. Two solos, "Singing in UM j jIK
:Rain" played by Madene Gilmer :

I and "Lorig Long Ago" played b>' .

..I r Betty Graham were followed b\
a trio, a medley played by Betty
Mildred and Madene.
Little Margaret Gaily played 'fn
the Month of May" by Bohr and
i Helen looker concluded the program j
,1 will Th Harp" by Wil-
:i Ham

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1i An enclosed concrete front porch hill, MIN!
and porte cechere are being addedto I II t 1l
I the residence of Mr and Mrs '

-f Wm. McMluhael on N. W. First l\\\\\\\\ i? \, .

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( fMTHX your unity together sod go to wee the loot sift* that ever .
OlIldst" your.epw-tile SUrv Strut &uIlf suwT *wA>W to "
fie awe ors lowpriceda dlffcmt as sassy way from any Uu
before There I* nothing like tb m for amaitxi*-PontWs = Of AMUl I C i.'$ IINIST I lOW.PRICID I CAR I
II RejuvenateYour h am to the vorldt Thee no panUd for their baadthf "'tIu
f eiMrodwM ewe Sane or".enuw" r seer WII'f saws ease comet 60'lalllld
the SUtty Shi/ll Coafcrt.amnotliima eceu.ms < o. tf Unnjatarta .....enwe-s. sew eistes Issas Descent sow&"M-emus
Car these new ova em sootttbtog that saint be 1. at Baott ,juts easeee Most careers teessOW! .sr awraes.r aseMetsw sae
America III a trip to Mouse olwwr.ana. Prove for foandf that. f A*cease -_..-... ..- eras sssa aatantAau,}stores s usstsma
I ....,JIul '1 nI- ."..,.114.... e.. > AM* Iwai aAFONTIAC wOW- -. i. t-irr-tntiTtsM-simasiif.i winasu
Wood Work liir-MSb.itfwa.SMi. taste a.assa attaa.sax= 0 nasismaessf
Body Fender Repairs 0.6W.a -- .... esrps eN.. liiassi 0 vens' a.ii-**assess..r ee aj. isauii rea* r
TWO onus RAM neoswea' "Awe rl.eve0 a w+ "'sr "rsaw""r
Tops and Trimming sass.,w a".f LL.f t tr key is r"G1.hr..W N.ea..l. .:; IITTII IOOKINC IIITII ROUT A IITTII IDT
I 005.1Slam, .............,.__,...,""" ..IWIH:Nine Awftwkatop.tar.
Seat CoversPainting ....,.... .a.r..-,,.... "...r --.,.ar. yV'is teat

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Fi'idaOctober 22.193T; .. .':..- .. .THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pace Three j
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ward loom Lbe cowl la a graceful lijruJteel. conjunction with Ins Brat of the t.on.* lonf axis In a feparab corapwtmeot Just
.. CURTAIN RBESTOMORROW Curve, to tap the. almost veftica r-ew. clutch, afford greater flexibility ,drive shaft and hov'ng aeeMtlUUd inside the rear edge ot the trunk,
flat-topped radiator and grille. Th and quicker response to the I: by the change are com and are reached by lifting out IM
ON latter, a radical improvement over,t controls and valve-springs, valve, poBMttegty sturdier to tlllIe caw oiIfcelr eutty-removtd wooden lid. The
previous design, consists of elromt t end oertoln portions of the eoollntl 1, added fcMgth. trunk support i* of new design of 1
ium-plated horizontal ban, flowIng system have n.J-resigned 1' An Innovation In the mode ot the telescoping type. It operate
1938 CHEVROLETContinued back from the center lint o( the rattier than simply Then 1 attaching the rear springs to UM automatically, and by Mason of Its
grille to blend into the radiator I* fatter transfer of beat from Uurwbuotton 1 I rear axle bmurtng results la quieter compactness) and simplicity doe
hell Accentuating these line, chambers, especially I operation over any type of way with any chance of damaging \
( from Page One) every fifth bar i* of double wWth. In Jie vicinity of the valve.. In I:road. Rear springs are completely article In the trunk when the
comfortable riding, safety, ttcj pin striped down the center with : spite of the feet that the cooIn,1 Insulated from the housing by door I* closed

which means 10 much to the care. vermilion enamel The new gut system in 1937 we cutstandlug bushing and washers of live, restUeat Beauty and safety received the
roM emblem In cream fetter on lot rftoiency rubber, used in conjunctionwith Rest consideration In the new
fu| car buyer blue embossed In a die-cast winged The moat notable change In the a new bracket welded to tike Chevrolet Interiors. Gray and tans 1\
Noteworthy advance In per- shield, to centered at the top. pewer! plant and its related units front of the housing on each side predominate In upholstery and
formance, economy: safety, durability The speedllne which Introduced It the electrical system which la MetaMo-mrtr'! contact an eliminated I trim, In the Master DeLuxe and
and style gained through a new style note I II continued In entirely new It consists of a newhighercapacity I I -entirely, a* is the "telegraphing the Mttltl'r-the former offering '
systematic refinement of features 1938. I generator with ',l'I of road noises to the I breathirif hack mohair velvet a*
already thoroughly proved In the I Other Important changes etendK voltage regulator which adjust; 'I passenger compartment of fir car standard a r&broadcloth a* an option .
hands of the public, murk the two louvers headlamps and their its output at all times to the loa,I I, Tl) e need tor adjustment lubrication und a single choice, breathing -
new passenger car series which mountings hood aide panels run- Imposed on On battery; a nest i and service of any sort at fair: talk mohair velvet bring avatlnblc -
Chevrolet li Introducing for 1938 cog boards, and body hardware, starting mechanism of the typ point no longer exists i 'n the Master series A more
Bqth lines embody an improvement -,Interior and exterior. Outside door I i The convenience ana util I tv o I'ttnuiM. instrument panel which '
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destined; to rank at outstanding handles are Incurved at their end,Molar., the trunk models in the new line I 1' I (K .iw easier to read, an Illuminated
In the Industry this year-the for greater lately, and embody the,; and automatic throttle, openln enhanced to a marked degree by ii.nlion lock, sure-grip control .
revolutionary new "Tlptoematlc"clutch ', vormilllon enameled pin strips ,i muring easy, positive start, Md the greatly Increased luggage pac" I knuut flush-type locking knob :
combining more positive found on the grille The overall orovided this year. The flat shelf I on the glove compartment firmer- 1!
action with greater operating ease effect of the many refinements In I I sable I under whlah the spare wheel l rested gup steering wheel which can be ;
and adding Importantly to the the hood and body la one of greater Greater body space and Increased I Ii horizontally has been redesigned adjusted to the spoke-poaltlon prefer ;
safety, comfort and durability of length and racier, more grace'' stability on the road are pro I to Include a well In which the I rtd by the individual driver,
i i
the ear *ul lines-an Impression ot fleet l ]f: \lded by widening he rear tread spare wheel rest In a nearly ver. 'assessed control handle on rlghtI -
The 1138 line. Chevrolet engineers which I confirmed when one hand door of coach and town
reis from 87-9/19 inches to a full 91 Ucal position The floor, which I
assert represent Important takes to the road. I I, inches In conjunction with i I* entirely flat i* covered with a sedan to prevent accidental opening -
advances over even the highly Engine advances for 1938 are 'changes. In the wheel house design, rubber mat and top Ides, and I of door when seat (s tilted for- t
successful 193T models. Refinements 'mainly in the nature of reflnmcnts *-I I this make possible two* inches I rear ar* insulated to exclude heat I ward are among the numerous refinements '
extend to bodies, both Interims : although a new and lighter greater width through the rear cold, and weather. The tool are here. : f
and exteriors, and to numerous --
unit of.the chassis, whose p ?ao.- --ow !

design, however 4 remain funda- I
mentally unchanged The power
plant in both aerie I II the 85-horse- 23rd
power hlgh-compreiston valve-m- i
head six-cylinder engine whose

power, smoothness, economy, and
freedom from service Interruption CHEVROLET -
are already familiar to millions of tl/ybte es tlf.ei s Its ,
owners throughout the world. I bt .,e gte 4

All models hove Chevrolet NEW 1938 CHEVROLET is.kate, bott.wlootta
perfected hydraulic brakes, all- Mw prb esy r
silent, all-steel turret Up bodies by
Fisher, and the trouble-free hy-
Deluxe series, Chevrolet fully-en I "
closed kne action is starting its trwotM-peworM porM
fifth year MODERN, MOST UP.tO.DATEOtORING ADVANTAGES Mve i n tM rare broke
t for IMJOT travel i i s''

ch_tesNp'mast rhevro n .:k ., .. Chevrolet cordially invite you ttfvisit your .....; antes switkMM fatales

th tljingwhi: Dearest Chevrolet dealer and inspect dill finest
cs id" at the frost ends "
motor car Chevrolet has ever produced-the /
The top of the hood sweep for- I
... Dew Chevrolet for 1938-die ear that it complte.:'
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To see"and drive this smart, dashing car ft WI1II IOCKPIOOI' !

MRS. WALKERContinued I to know you'll bt ahead with a Chevrolet a to ...:: :, ....

-.,....- : own it Is to lave money all ways .it because"a 1111'/ ..... I r e hbo 1
( From Page One) 1 again in 1938 a* for 27 years, the Chevrolet l oraddsflea,5''ds... .

Terry, that negro pupils from trade-mark is the symbol oj facings.CFITtOLIT V
Pennsucco Forms be transportedin (10ntM :::A"c.I
with white children MOTO DtTIIIOV.' I
the same bus
1 leave salve c.Ys M.rlorr8ykbrr'i
HI brain throb did not meet DgTiO1T. MICaUa" Larger ;
with any enthusiasm atom either cased t..... .--.r,. o I 1 krleMw solon.,./ Unt-J 1
Mr, Walker or even Board Chairman n.er as sod,-,.r.AA.......w-. ,.... 6441 SOW;
Blanton, who his been 'ye! ".*> body e fortress-of
man and gavel banger for Tern V safety.
and the other new member with
which the< ed a. little,over a month ago oMrs M mistofarsssW
Another beautiful thought advanced t ,o.bkraloo of poorer
by 'Board Member Terry "' 'N'-'v x eaoaoay dad depod) ri

was that an elementary school in i eb9sy-If ,

Mr. Blont n', district, for which a
name was being ought, be named
for Mr. Blenlon Asked tor her
opinion, Mrs. Walker opined with
n smite that Mr Canton was still 4 r / I droll,, r-reek., Nnddd.tdoodles. /
alive and therefore they could not .and assuring'r
with propriety name. the school 1 cod poweneer bdMdu.'
in his memory. Mr. Blanton '>i q4 o F a" orntroed ve.taorloroVA
course had to have becoming modesty -
and disclaim any desire to Oats tj WsIf
huve the school named after him
Mr. Terry persisted, however and
announced frankly he would postpone
putting his proposal to r.
vote until the third member of hi )
triumvirate should be present I

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Paee Four THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday October 2'1, 1931 I
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;' TOE LEADER-ENTERPRISE: U Ulllll(111IIIl11111II1lllfl111111111111111f( ( / ( I I ----",,- eeond *fce
adjutant, Harryberlake TInI ,,
j Published" Way at Homestead I BIG THOUGHTS I : chaplain, Henry 8I'na r

r. ruw at the South Dade 20 Years AgoIPIIIillllpli1111(1101111111111111111, historian! WhV TofflHQspn;
eley raWbhiog. C.. of Little People grant at arm, HartweU shells ,i
John O. Salley Post Homes
., .. I
BEN ARCHER: ..__ Editor 11I11I11 ( : ( I commander, George Crawshaw;. } e
;, MAsUORIE LEACH ARCHER fir.t( Ire-commander{ Frank ScBineider :
_. .. Associate Editor Tap ,......... teas am ft" second vice-commander: .
..... 1
bas Spas > e.a.m..es..a.r
..,.air.a.a MMr.. IS. rate. Harold Sheffield; third vlce-conU,,. J !
,1 Entered aa second elate nail me w a.arb rr .14 ass., .1a I| mander Irving Lyon; adJutanLg.J
....... .
001 n aI..ah we 0.a.
NM aaaltrr Mark 5, ItlS, at the poi ......--. finance and service officer, WaavJ *.J
attire at Renestead.FlarUa uder Geronimo; chaplain, Ben Archer?"
IHW the act ef March I. IfIP.Rotary -"The Owl were entertrlned on !sergeant at arms, Fritz Schroeder 'fy I
Tuesday evening by Mr. and MrsT. 7ru At the close of the meeting a';,'
' or P. Brooker. A lively lame of t.. buffet lunch of several kinds of .*v
''gnlion '5 was played sandwiches, salad
Clubs of potato me."r.and .-
for Germany. Deden and Percy Carlton Were two kinds of liquid re: ,
be : Disband prize winners. A delicious salad menta was served by the Ito t
: course with hot coffee was served '
A* j result of a vigorous campaign Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. I stead postFilm

against them by the adherent Carl Dednn, Mr. and Mrs Lee
fida : of the Nut government, Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Carlton and Talk Explain
; of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Christmas Seal World
Iky : tMa.\ Rotary Clubs of Germany decided Twyman.
Mrs. Sue Rupert and t:. Z. Crowley r
his eta special meeting September

Florence Breed, national Christ.',
he 4, 1837, to disband voluntarily Oct. 25, KIT w ma seal lecturer, told of the origin'), ,
eve :. Oct. 19. Final action on and of the seal and the work thet"I '
-ww. H. Cast family returned -
there this decision was contingent upon horn last Saturday after an ab I I finance at a meeting held In the

kit the Reich changing Its attitude acne of about five months, bringIng Nova King Cooper School Wed. ",
II nesday evening, and an educational ,
with them Mrs Ella Johnsonof
towtuil them, which it baa not I "
Jacksonville, .. Her little dimpled hand have tucked her dolls away to bed film was shown by the Dad ,
lied Ibt done "Aldus Matthews met with an And her dream eyes reflect the thoughts that wander through her head County Tuberculosis Association
Walter Such chief Justice of Geo L. Swan chairman for the .
accident last Sunday afternoon As the meditate a moment Just before the foe to bed- "
toItha I the N izl party court, briefly stated when the motorcycle he was riding "Is the day before the night or U the night before the day; I Redland District, presided. The" .
meeting sponsored by the"
t the Homestead Business and Profess
: In these words: "Rotary is some painful bruises but Vas 0........ reel -WUIlMl a U.rr Mor! slonal Women's Club. '
) not Semitic, and It Is ruled not seriously,burt." I I I "" }.

by jn International organization -..Honor roljt-flnt and second T. V. of Florida City was held on Cvuwshaw'a Invitation Leonard ,.. $250 Each Given k H. 8.",1
conceived In America, Thus we grade of Homestead school: Ruth Thursday, pctober: 17, at the homeof Kendrlck retiring commander of "
have the bash of oppoeltloa'of Mowery, Franklin Chandler, Elate Mr. A. <:. Gr .." .' (Florida 'Of the''Coconut Grove pent, noted And Redland for Music]
the Hitler regime to Rotary stated Campbell, Ernest Sistrunk, Ted City.) .' '. aft model post, closed the meet'I '
clearly: It Is "not antiSemitic"and Howard, Earl* Matthews, May i ing.. Music department of Homa.
It was "conceived In America." LeCompt, Malcolm Cobb. Dorothy inufcled stead and Redland high school I
This Is but another of many Proctor, Mary Elizabeth Krome, EX-SERVICE Officer Iri the respectIvo will each get )250 out of ",500,!
demonstration of the fanatical and Albert Sykes." MEN post wen aa follows: I I divided among six hlgh.Khools. of i"'1
Lfndley de Garmo, Coconut the county by the 'Dade school II-
bigotry of Germany totalitarian "Born to Mr and Mrs. C. W (Continued From Pall One) i
government In Its absolutism Italia Little, a gri on Sunday." Oiove-commander. Harry T. board Wednesday for the purchase ",j
Caaon; first vice-commander, O. of orchestra or band Instru ,
for the disbandment
4If clubs
D. Home' ). .
-"W. plant we ur)- .
special Invitation and welcomedthe W. Fairctoth; second vtce-eom-I menu.
within Its boundaries which
own deMand, to be made the association .'
teach International good will whileit house for Homestead. visiting Legionnaires to the mander, E. J. Larson; finance officer One thousand dollar each will
dvmandsUhat Other government! packing district and to the city.E. I B. J. Carbo; service officer, voted to Edison and Miami High ,
accord Nazi sympathizers the -"A meeting of the parent. Z. Thompson, retiring commander H. B. Wyllr; historian Harry 'T. I school while $300 each was ap. a (
right to organize civil lid military teacher aaaoclation" Is announced of the Homestead poet. Judd; chaplain. Dr. M. E.: Heck; propriated for Ponce de Leon and
for Friday night. the grace registration officer F. O. Andrew Jackson.
group within national meeting, and after the !
boundaries -"T. A. Fester i* placing more JntUHatlon ceremony by Mr. Van I Bond. I '.
I Truly, democracy should be building* and-other"hr.provements Uouten, the' incoming'
bleeped, for It b patient and long,on his farm Southwest) of town, to" Commander, George er.wahaw'f commander, Wilfred Carrier, first rW V'WANT- A D
urferlhg. care for the coming winter crop. took over the gavel. At Commander vice-commander. Samuel Coover;'I e ,
'I I iDes (Florida City), -. :

_Fred Itobertaonxreturned from
Ing the past two ".1'1I1 have
/ Key West Wednesday. He ha
on 4
asked 2.8.7 persona, "What do you
been doing carpenter work therefor
d live "r I discovered that M
several month" (Florida City)
i I per lint are anerely enduring the
I. present for some future event or _"D. Borne and wife returned on .
condition' Poof aoulal They are Sunday from their old home In
wasting, today's realities for to- Wisconsin where they have been
morimv\ speculations sitting bored spending the summer." (Florida G

",it t i great entertainment wafting City). sit
for a better show which may -'The W. F. M. Society met at
nr\>'i open It's a common failing the home of Mrs. J. M. Dobbin
i ,j William Moultoo MantonIn Wednesday of last week. This
Ruiulan suagaiin was the annual election of officers.
i I Mr. C. S. Hough was WIOD.CNANGES'uTO'I

Throe million children are born 'elected president; Mrs. J. M. Dobbin -

of drunken parent, vice-president; Mrs. Wm.
.i\ annually according .
Myers, recording secretary; Mrs. ;.
I! to a tract issued by the
Bible Institute Colporiag Asaocl- Leonard CTnapman corresponding .
atlonHalt at million of these are 'II secretary; Mr, Severy, treasurer \ .
born Idiots. Three hundred thou. I ." (Florida City). '
sand are born deaf dumb ur blind --'The first meeting of the W. C.


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W PROJECTING A* WM the CAM In the 1MT Olds- sontal ban, alternating with a chrome. Running: boards are Independently of the liKtrumMt unit controls a
mobile, the designer have preserved single bar ol _what greater mountedand mad UgM switch that indicates which
complete Individuality la width. The grilles of both can of moulded rubber which con- II the drawing. beams b In use
KNOBS ON PANEL styling: the new six and eight' Body taper In a graceful "V" to meet teals I buHt-tn awW, should radio When the upper or highway driving
lines an lower and cleaner than the fender aprons which sweep In Installation be deeired. New earnMnatlon beam to on, a pin point of light
before. fender are onuwally an unbroken line, relieved only by tall and stop lamps mark glows at the top of the speedometer I
OLDSMOBILE wide deeply valanced and of heavier dotted louvers across the base of the rear termination ot the body as a reminder to the driver to 'dip"
gauge metal than In previous the apron moulding. Rear fender and body: I the light when traffic approach
I model Bullet-type headlamp* An entirely; new type of hood contour have been! further Incidentally larger headlights and
(Continued From Page On) are mounted few on the crown ftt I I I louver ha bee developed to provide smoothed and simplified to reduce i new type reflectors effect .> definite i;
mobile eight of hit :year. tit front tenders. While the headlamp : Invisible outlet for escape wind drag. improvement In road Illumi ;
Among other features ot 3l't1e.1 appear to the eye is part oil lot engine beat while pmervlng Interior detail hue been redesigned nation. The change from driving .\
i slat Interest U the new Oldsmobile i the fender thenwelve. actuallythe hood line of unbroken tlmplicttyTWa In all body: models. Most Interesting : beam to pasting beam to controlled ..
safety tntrumcnf unit and safety I headlampi are demountable: I result U achieved by carrying among the changes to the! by: a tae !button on the floor board. L
dash, a departure In the modern foe economy's eke in,case of tender -,I the body moulding forward new safety: dub with I raised : Provision U made at the right tide
namer tram the conventional type otamege.Th I along the hood and extending it safety: Instrument panel which centers of the Instrument unit for the Installation '
of Instrument pttict. The safety i tint major point of diflwenee slightly out from the tide. The all gauges In direct line with of radio control which
I panel, free ol projecting knobs, U that strike the eye tat dintlngulshlne. louver opening to concealed In the the vision of the driver and at a correnspond In design to the fight
but one of many details which I the six from the eight bottom surface of this moulding height which minimizes distraction control at the other end of Bit unit ti
contribute toward passenger security Is the iharpjxmtrast In the smart extension.. A new "feft er to from the road. Made from a Ingle In the center of the instrument
In the redesigned safety interior front end designs of the! two can. hood" treatment entirely ellml- composition tasting, the instrument panel to a roll lop smoking compartment
of the new Oldimoblle The radiator grille of. the fix er.i- mites the gutter which formerly: unit carries a dial-type with ash trey, space
,1 safety glass of coon, U standard VIM heavy: die-cast horliontol WM a source of wind noise. speedometer flanked en either aide for a package of cigarettes and pro
louvers,receded deeply and plated Bumpers, front and rear are of by the gauges' for water temperature vision for installation of a cigar
upholstery to orient chrome. The grille of the exceptionally: heavy construction charging rate eO presses lighter. On the right side of the
Died to the deep cushions hi an effective eight however, to a Ingle massive 'end carry: dust bumper (Herds, theentire and fuel rspply. panel la a spacious package 10_
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, ,,owe tight 0 h. equipment at extra coat.Oldsmobile'a sensational new trained mechanic, the latest in factory.approved
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t Pit" Sir i THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday October 22,1937 ':

....wNwwNNw.Nww.NwwN ._...,.,..........,........._."NNwN _. .........,........- t Merle Jenkins, Edith: Bevis and avtUaaxtny of me building S!i"
NEGRO SCHOOL II September and arrange ,
Mamie Lee Posyte. have been under way ever '

\ HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS The club finished appointing the ,to organize a negro NYA unit }

chairmen and then adjourned with I HERETOGETBIG in order to make the colored q '
eligible for the building J
t NELLA Al'L8. School Editor the pledge .k

an'C .J -_..............._.........._-._.....-_-..............._.............._......._..?........__......._.._._ CLASS BUILDING ,

t Assembly wu held Jut Friday. Mrs tfyrn's claim has a reading Howard Field Begins -

'u- j Oct 15, in the Neva King Cooper.I p<.,tcr cm which each child has an Pastorate in TennesseeThe Homestead colored school two I GROVETIlE Y'
t auditorium The program open- 'I1lope. In these envelopes are new portable class rooms are being
ed with the singing of "America". the names of the book which they completed under the supervision A TRE t\'k' .
;r The Rev. J. J. Richard, pastor ol have i.-ad On the outride are col- Rev. Howard A. Field, ion I ef R. G. Moon. local builder will COCONUT GROVE ".1 I

,onrr the Methodist Church, was in ore.i squares which how how ol Mr. and Mr Carl Field has get its, promised 20 by 120 foot Matinee Saturday and Bandar ''I t
charge of the devotional I many books they have read. recently been appointed pastor building from Camp Roosevelt, lOcI to 6 p. ...

iga The halt of be Class of 41 which I the Nazarene. church' at Loudon,I near Ocala within the next weekor Shows 7 and S p. m.: Aden 254

for was In Mrs. Joseph Adam*' hose 1 Mrs. Wynn's and Mrs D Id', Term.Mr. ten days, Mr*. Nell K. Walker,

beIona room tact year presented DM school:i classes an having their first halfc and Mrs. Field their were arrival given and a, school board member from Homestead SOIL, Mon.. Tne. Oct. ti !5,!SI
: "sundlng" on said yesterday.The .
library with a 15-volume set ot holiday today.
thif arsonage is being building In'knocked down RONALD COLEMANin
encyclopedias bought this spring! ,
and summer with money from Mrs. Webb'l class welcomes two Jhe New Standard. a returnIBhe4'j tecUoni, will be re-erected on the
the class treasury and gift pupils, Shirley Anne Smith from Issued! by the negro school ground by negro
([ of from the room mother Elbert Ohio,'and Dave-Varnadoe. Those People's Society: of toy enrolled in the National "LOST HORIZON"with

till by Dolor last ,I.r'* president, made who have been transferred to Red. nounced a vial tor's day In their Youth Administration and work
The article follow.: log under the direction of Mr.
the the presentation speech. land are: Joe, Al and Johnny Taylor ,
Mrs. Mill WM In charge of the and Jack Stcpp. "Many of our town people have Moon. Thirty negroyouths have JANE WYATT-MAHGO
Iva I enrolled in the NYA and erectionof
to meet
musical part of the program which not as yet been privileged
here I Brother and Sister Field. We are the building tovhouse manual
Included: a solo "The Moon Got Mrs. Flfleld' class hal been
Wed., Thur. Oct. tl, SI
next raining and domestic science classrooms
letsled In My Eyes", by Jack Oatlln; three having contest on the P.-T. ,t.. glad to announce that Sunday well
ai as recreation !
accordion selections by Frank Bl.!I{membership drive. The boys won] will be set'asld! as special Visitor'sDay. or CLAIRE TREVORIn
community center, Will be their
Friends of all denominations
hello; .nd. seventh gradegirls' '10 they were treated to Ice cream
chorus number, "Waltln'II ,by their teacher, while the girl arc urged to be present he- first project. j
beto the Shadows." Mrs. C. N.Walker had candy. peclaQy it you have not heard The knocked down building "One Mile From
member of the school i I Brother Field preach. It I II our cnce part of the camp housing
the board gave very Interesting talk.I| Miss porsey'i fourth grade has desire to help the new pastor and workers on the late crow state

Mr. Richards, also gave an Interesting (two posters, a music poster and a I his wife to become acquainted. so canal project, will be shipped here Issue "March of Time"
II to attend via Seaboard railroad at the
effort expense
I I make a special
calk I good writers' poster. On the music
:, poster I II a night scene and when I; Sunday morning, If possible. Wr of the county school boarj

Three name were left off the''the class receive a gold star In I are sure you will enjoy meeflng) Other than the freight, there will FH Bat, Oct 19. 80 f
these two fine people who will bf' no expense, at It will be a lIft!
honor music a star I II placed In the sky
roll tt month senior high
>; 1 make their home with us this year. from the government for the NYA JAMES ELUSON In
the On the good writer I
on poster.
Eugene Scherrt; low, Marjorie Mover bulldln"a" Brother Field Is an energetic and here. Mrs. Walker and local trustees "
and Norma ao.l 1.n. ,I house.* poster The they block are are the name I uncompromising preacher, whose]i were apprised by D. Howard! 23'/2 Hours Leave"

Interesting' Brown, NYA dlitrlct director, of
messages are clear-cut
: of the children who have good
The Stamp dub under the supervision peojnanshlp.i \ and convincing. Sister Field is *!,,.

of Mr. Hester has elect-i I i Mrs. Edwards' class welcome anew lady of rare quality whom you will
ed the following offkwro ba to know. .D n't fall
presIdent ',t fun from Key West Phens'Rosa delighted ,
Harvey Rue; vW-preiWent., to come this Sunday. We'd like to;,
Marjorie Moner; corresponding Alfonso. live you a personal introduction, Mr. ,and Mrs. John Q.. Public'I

secretary Eugene Scherr; secretary ,I ...._-. so 'let' get acquainted' and help :
Carlton Sw CT, treasurer, Elementary' 4-H ClubBy them to feel at home In .' :' '

Marry Pierce Fay Shiner j LoU401 l You are c cordially invitedto '
.iHHThe "
senior "-m..........-.-.......,............-. ._M./ "r .
tlus I* sponsoring The called to order the showing of the
meeting ws
the popularity contest in the Junior GIRL SCOUT NEWS .
carnival. Those who. ha .'beeft by the president The secretaryread : By Athlef Kemp, Scribe ; \ :j' A.-4" .:f :
: the minute and they were .., ., Chevrolet
chosen tl enter s0 J1938 the complete
rAriprs. Mary car
\ : itooA .* proved.* Dollle Baroejt'ad f :
Elizabeth RanioWand,Phyllis Par- 15, three t nil-t thl '4-H. *%t mptire *a:belt$Tlday:nl tl'a" j: ..' 1 7 ; .;.. \.* ? .

j Barbara men; Juniors Dane, Marela; Gauzes sophomores and,I There ws a new girl to join. The14H d Margaret Lawrence cooked a', on Saturday, October'i3, 1937.

girls are going to give a halloween 'one-pot meal We had game .,
I Claudia :I
Conner and Nina rj
( Dyal; party at Virginia Kail* '* WOrd, ..,
: freshmen, Nmpullard; and Batty I "Music by the Pink Elephants
1 Brown. fritay afternoon the and the girl that are coming are On Tuesday we decided to subscribe -

four I lowed name will be droppedfrom going to bring a dim apiece. / for Nature Magazine, and we .; .
the list .. Those who were present were: practiced our'"'Vfnee, the merrygo from 7 to 9 p. m.

the leader Lou Belle Grennell, the round. ,j,
pre.ld/nt, Mary Radford, the sec- I' Patrol leaders' camp will be
Every one 1* planning for a big retary, Betty June Jenkins andKatherlne Bird Chevrolet Co.
time Friday night, Oct 22, 'at the I I held here Saturday from 10 till 3.
Dixon. Dolly Barnett,
i Each girl is supposed to bring a
Junior carnival which I
will be held
Piillppa Ooff Fay Skiner Virginia i lunch, thlm. '
drinking nosebag
on the school grounds. I, Kelly, Betty Bailey, Lily Little. I ble, scissors. Ice cream box., ESTABLISHED MARCH, 1929

I'Luna Mae Lett Shirley Danzey, I note book and pencil.
Jamie Richards the former class I Barbara Miller Doris Cheshire .
f I Our seed I I. to a
case ready paintKatherlne l
; reporter la Blackburn' room, i Wftnell Sheppard, Katherine Kelly,
Craves, who was hostess
baa resigned and Doris Wan has Madene Gilmer, Gretu Terberg, f '
I this week seryed Dixie ,
been selected to take her
place. Wild Batts. .t
"D !cookies and candy. Agile K WP,

'I '._"M' _.M..__".... '! will be hostess next week.rNATUROTGAS'1.
i' there 1* a new bolh in the li-
. brary in Florida ahelly..Most of the II. II. S. 4-11 CLUBBy 1 To the

.{ students seem to be having hobble _............ Teresa Redd:..,.............. ''I!
this year *o the library j
I* increas
The club met in the 4-H room rescuel
ing these hobbles by
putting a Tuesday. New members present I
shell collection in the room. comes direct from the
were Beatrice Wilson, Chr'.tlneI
Roberts, Thelma Radford. liable: I own gas well te ) eOlllpaa'1
1>e art claim under the
Pope and Carol Walker.
section of Miss William are : 17** It for cooking
I The other present were Anna
ing tome pretty bracelet, ell-I Srl'e! and Teresa Redd. Julia Fran- I I heating J Jp
tray, favors and bird
cage out
eocaeola i 'is Sullivan. Katherine Orfinedes, : VIBGIt P. LTON. It N. MOM AVB.
straws and ,1
hot dish ',nildi Grennell Florence Ne'aon.- ,

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'\' Fertilizers Seeds Insecticides .: .

PLAY fair with that rool of youre. Re-new the life that '

I been frown and thawed and sunburned out by

IIr1 giving It a coat of Carvy Asbestos Fibre Coating. So easy ;

1 for Fall Crops to apply elmply spread U on with a bnuh. { ': t


,' The Carey Finance) Plan provide easy payment*-a* low $
a* $5.00 per month. No Down PCIY'II1.nt-No .

l 1 We have a fresh supply of Stokes', Simons', and Lan- '3 year to pay Let u* explain this almple plan to:you; .;.
without obligating you la the least -? \
drcth's Tomato Seed Also Peat Moss Goat and

Sheep Manure for Pine: Land Planting-And be sure BROOKER LUMBER COMPANY

to use Redland Brand Fertilizers if you want results. TELXniOM I) HOMESTEAD, fLA

Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

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In and Jlround II Red? Cross LiVe-Saving Methods 1 1f'

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: Homestead i =: .: '

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Grand Muter H. B. Beattie and Colombia and Washington, D. Chaw L,4x 1

.Mfrs. Beattie returned Sumiai; returned to Homestead I t( ." i I J A INY
t! from an extended state tour dur- I spend the winter. t
f in* which Mr. Beittle paid officio II ,

J' tits to numerous' lodges John Frederick and Rudolp \ ,
1 I Gossman who are attending thUniversity Z
Mdt Mr. and Mr*. Joseph Elder an of Florida at Gaines
I/announcing the birth of a daugh- villa spent the week-end here. q '

seer, Margaret Ann at Unlverslt
hospital on Oct. 14. She weighed Mr. nd Mrs. D. B. cure return
Ji four pounds and seven ounce. ed from New York Monday t:
'Jra. Elder II I the former MMffSiidee spend the winter bere. They WIn
Murray of Princeton, well, accompanied by Mrs Clure'
;,. known musician. niece, Miss Dorothy Fairclotti 01
Lakeland. -02A
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: A baby weighing eight
Word has been received that
'y''pounds was born to Mrs. J. B.Sparkm.n. .
Mrs. H. H. Ewing and son, William,
', Tuesday afternoon at
arrived in Washington, D, C., Sun
ftho f Jackson Memorial hospital in -

',rtMI mL He has been named for: daT.IAI swimmer a life-saver I* the Meal that the Ufa+avla* service of the American Red Cross hat ae|
'pbis: father the late J. B. Spark., 1 EVERT
country la Its nation-wide campaign to make water sports safe. Instructors trala classes ta "W. \
;:Man. Jr. I FLORIDA CITY approach to the Crowning the breaking of strangle holds, the carrying of struggling or unconscious awlie I
Nra. .,. W. Briery, Correspondent, mere to the shore, the restoration of breathing, and methods of staling with boating and canoe accidental {
T. B. Oranthim was brought ..f..nr.__._ I Through the R" Cross, Indoor pool and bathing beaches are being used In teaching water safety to thousands t.
home from the Jackson Memorial of swimmers throughout the United States. .
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Klngsburj ,
;hospital la Miami Friday, and his -
:'condition Is reported to be satis and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. l>. C. Annette Mrs. Rich Mrs T. of Plttoburg, Pa., will leave fo' HaverhilL Mass., are expected next i
ward all of
factory. '' Marohn Uleta open Sheldon, Mrs. J. Cook and Mrs. W Florida City Sunday. They were week. They will occupy the Batch-
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy I
W Severy. delayed by the serious Illness ol tier house on Avenue B. ,
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| J D. Redd yesterday for a Chandler.Mr. -' Mr. Barker's brother.
abort business visit In Key West.
Mrs. Harry Degler and son Harry L
and Mrs. Lloyd Delta and and Mr. and Mrs Fred Barter Mr, and Mrs Louis LulgU ol WANT ADS. PAY
amity of Florida City, Miss Lillie --- -- .
.i Met J. R. Brooks has returned
,from a visit with various friends I Chandler. of Coral Gables, Henry
and relatives In New York, Ridge- Jones of Miami and George! Cooper
r.1 wood, N. J,Mt Vernon, and Blew.'felt -j of Princeton, were dinner guests nl
Falls, N. C, and with her par.1 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chandler Tues.
ants, Mr., and Mrs. L. a day.
'Albemarle, N. (?. She visited also,
the fraternity house at Lehlgh Mrs. James W. Davis who hat
University In Bethlehem, Pa.,' been visiting her daughter, Mrs
where Mr. Brooks lived in his Charles Baker, for the past twc lOSTlOBEIi }
,dent days: stu-I weeks will return today to her
home.In Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Mc re.dy' .
will arrive next week from their Catherine Potter arrived
summer home In Standish, Mich. Friday from' North Haven, Conn..
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Ennif will to spend .the winter at her. horn
make the trip south with them. on Broadway.Mrs. r
Mrs. William Brodie and Miss R. J. Shepherd of North "';
Grace Hunt left Monday to: Haven, Conn., la expected to arrive -
Safety Harbor where they will this week for the winter.
stay for six weeks.
The Ladles' Aid Society of the
Landon Carney left Monday to Community Church will serve a
spend a few days in Orlando on upper in the Sunday school rooms
business. I cm Friday, Oct. 29. .

Mrs. Blanche Chapman, Mrs R. Ed Hepner and Mr. Ours of
W. Mullina Mrs Ralph Moon, Mrs Moorefleld arrived Saturday tor r
Harry D. Wolfe, and Mrs. E. S. the winter.
aplirjer attended ..-' Rebekah -A-.
school of instructions eonducted by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fools of NOW
the state president, Mrs. Llllyan Lawrence' Mass., are guests of
n B. Stoat of Si. Petersburg In COCO- Urs.Feole't uncle and aunt' Mr. ON DISPLAY
but Grove Thursday. and Mrs. Joe Torme.
'I at IUKX Showrooms .
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Wolfe of H. M Btown and Charlie Brown
Moorefleld, W Vs., arrived Sat left Saturday: for a ten-day vacation
': urday evening to spend the winter in Georgia.
in Homestead.Mr. .
The Florida City .P.-T. A. held than gaieties ever love to motoriitt btfortl
and Mrs. Wm. Nolan who i s meeting the city ball Wednesday .
i have spent the summer In the afternoon. Present were: Mrs. LESS than the engineer,jo' have Matching this marvelous power, Is an
1 northern states and Mrs Nolan's' mu Schroeder, Mrs. Patricia NO stake in any.truly bask advance equally incomparable ride.
brother, Denny, who has been lot lackburd, )In. lonnle Hood, Mrs. I
in automotive design replaced I with '
.type I leaf springs are

For that reason, you will not lIghtly pas juries toll of c.y. cxin' steel. .

over the most important news-story of No matter how the wheel may dip and I
f Potato Growers i the of 1
the new-car season: story and TORQUEcurtsy Puick's. yen ride serene in everlastingFREE
SPRINGING. comfort unmatched anyvhtrt btfortl

start Get What In thin engine happen No other car In the world has these two
You.want quality potatoes, so right. happens
leader of
I feature Yet they only
nowhere else in the world. are
in the floor. Quality begins with the
on ground a host of others you afford to mint
fertilizer use. Each fuel charge is converted Into a tiny
you fist-size hurricane and See your Duick dealer this week, for

Investigate the merits of a good fertilizer and the spark that sets it off what he bat to offer is truly the engi
releases mart per/ormanft veering marvel of the new car seasons
know: why we can consistently: say,

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Page Eight THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday October 22.' 1937

.rte e I Social Events in South DadeLEGION .. .. .JI


J. t. Dyal WM given a surprise :
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ne'ry birthday hmebeen and bridge
The birthday ol Mrs Sophia al the next meeting a covered. V Vlet
party Tuetdat1 Mrs. SybeDa
The ., .
Monday Music Dub was or.anJaed' Gauit the following Stephen Fo*
Lutz ol Coral Gables, state president dish luncheon !* Miami Beach o* Chandler at the Chandler borne on I
Friday afternoon) by a, program will be given: sbif-j I
of the American Legion Auxiliary Dec 7.Freaent. 92Point drive.
''gA The honor sued WM showered group of local levers of music who, ins of "Saw_ Rivet," the FlorIda .
Itot was celebrated to Homestead -' besides the honor gtti, wife birthday gifts Mrs. Leaden Met In the Ness King Cooper state song sketch of 13at41roster I

; Tuesday rt the beat attend and officer were. Mn. web I Carney won the high score prize School with Mn. S. Leroy Smith by Mrs Rice; vocal duet

iob ed session that the Dude County ,Sneffteld, Mrs Wm. I.I Ccrata*, at bridge. of Miami, president of the Florid "Bewstifol Dreamer," by Mra S. .

Counclt of the American Legion I Mm W. E. IPwiwy, II.... hank, Cwen were bid fee Mrs. Given Sttto Federation of Music Clubs. L, West and Mrs. WUItrd Wield; '

idd Auxiliary ha ever bod.Mr ,B. Rue, Mr Gee W. Tamer Jr, Victor Mrs. Elizabeth racks Mrs. Mal J. H Webster was elected awmerial to Stephen Faster, Mrs

*. A. X. Biases of Coconut Mr* Frank Schi,eUer. Mn., Mer-, T. t. roast, Mrs. J. L Horton president; :Mrs. W. B. MiHs, flntvlpnIIdoDto Howard Johnson; air oa Stephens

S Grove, district vtee..pi. ..sU... rill Tm, Mm L D. O, ham. Jr,., Mra. H. K. F .Mrs H. T. Owen, Mn. Ce Xw Mrs.. Dyal and the hostess. second vtoe-presldent; Mrs.. C and a vocal solo "Jeaamle With ,
hid hand la the honor of'the day
.log. Mn. yews D. Carty. Mrs Hastier Rke. secretary end Mra the Light Brew HaIr," by Mn.
hr since tt WM her wedding aonlveT17.
Anna rTerMn, Wn. Saga Optner G. .. Celt, treararer. Mrs. Mills Hunter Harden.
rv4n Mr. Bunell. also waspresent. M... Use Davis,Mn. Jack State.*. n. Cal ftd 2' was made program chairman; II,.. Present at the organization
Mm. Lloyd Henry Mn. Dade Faust membership chairman; and
meeting were: Mrs. E. L. Lawrence ;;
., At the covered dish luncheon Ayers )In. Tether Henry Mrs Oct. 22 Homestead High Uii. Wm. Munetwhite. hospitality Mrs. Flora D. Myera, M1'I. ,
there WM an Immense birthdayand & Martin Mrs. L L. ton
Stella School carnival. chairman. Webb Mn. Flfield, Mrs West., '
wedding ea>ke with decorations Mable
Elizabeth Mrs.
Mn. Balloon When the cum meet Monday Mn. Rice, Mn. Mills, Mra.. Faust,
lulled to Back of the honor guests, rtsCTWT" Mrv. L 9 vpchtirfht MfVL. Oct. a Benefit bridge partvat
afternoon at the home of Mn. O. L Mrs. Gault and Mrs. Musselwhlfc.elded .
and both Mn., Lutz aDd Mn. Russell A. Marvin, Mrs L. H. Fowler! H. L. Cook home at I p. m.

received grits. Mrs. Alice Collins, Mrs., Vera Oct 81-Meeting of Arms Club
i MISS MARY FRANCES ARTHUR wilt bo held at the home of
Officers wee elected after the Ooeaeling Mn. A. B. Lambert. at home of Mn. Frank SchneIder. .
luncheon. Mrf Han Davenport Mn. H. C. Had,., M,.. Clan Oct 25 Rebekah banquet at GIVES SLUMBER PARTY Mrs. Snyder an Nov. I. (
Miss Mary Frances Arthur en- Mrs. Scott served home made'
wa re-elected president, and Mr*. Townsend, Mn., Myrtle Byerty, Green Lantern restaurantOct "
l Hazel Robert was re-elected secretirytreawrer Mn C. B. Colby, M,.. Alice Martin 25 Meeting of Monday I tertained at a slumber party Friday gingerbread with whipped cream.i
After she had takes Those Mrs.
were Lydia
evening. present r
New otnCfI'ln Mn. Olin Johnson, Mn. Ethel of
Music Club at home Mn. G. L
the vice-president Mrs. Polly Mustard, Mra. Lucia Lawrence Gtault her guests to a moving picture Goamnan, Mrs Wright, Mn. Say-i) t
:show she served buffet der and the hostess .
a ,
{ O'Qulnn; the cVptoln. 141'1. Ethel Mn. Tehah Dilday, Mrs, Lucille Oct M Social meeting of I
Anderson; and the historian, Mr*. Owens, Mrs. G. W. Ewing, Mn. \fA. Woman's Cub of Homestead.Oct which consisted of scalloped pota-
Shepard and Mrs. W. H. ChrlJ- toes, baked beans, spaghetti, hamMTger -, MRS. GATLIN: IS HOSTESS TO
Pearl Stoutenbwg.
i 28 Meeting of Young *. baked squash, cherrle and,. PRESBYTERIAN: AUXILIARY t
Mn.Lutz will Install the officers Jan.Mianl. Matron's Circle at home of Mrs.
} apple pie and Iced tea. The Woman's Auxiliary of the.
R O. Waber at T'SO I.
p. m Those invited were: Miss Mary First Presbyterian Church of '
MR. AND MRS. FRANK PANNO CELEBRATE Oct 25 Ladles night at Lions=Hanson, Miss Jane Keely, Mill Homestead met Wednesday after i

WEDDING ANNIVERSARY dub. Jane Gettta Mis Barbara Done, noon at the home of Mrs B. E. ,
THEIR SILVER ft Koran O. Ttt S. benefit
Oct }* -
Milo Mania
Mix Phyllis Parman, Gatlin. After Mrs. C. Ben Plun. |
card party at' Basher home in Caozentv Miss Eunice Walker and met, home mission chairman, lead l \

} Mr. and Mn., Frank Fanna of : and Mn. P. Villa Of New Oeukts. Miss Mosley Sever. led the devotional the auxiliary
Oct. 21 Kedtend Ladle Aidmeeting
York: City.Others reviewed the book, "Other Mea ,
Slyer Palm,.. etrtertalMd snarebas
at borne of Mrs. Thomas
present were; Mr. MdMn. REDLAND ORGANIZES Labered".
.. tiny guest at a spaghetti Jrewer.
Ceo. U *wan Mr end Mra, W. M. C. CIRCLE I Refreshments were served byS
dinner at the He&ng Band dub- W. a Mahaa, Ml. and Mn. A. Otto 39. RedtMd mail. 'choolesrnlval. Mrs. a R. Snyder WM elected I the hostess. f |

house Tuesday evening 1. honor Loose Mr and Hrs P. T. Ovkierka, president of the Redland Neighborhood Thon attending were: Mn. JL
aIp of the allver emtversary of their Mr. and Mn. Harry Coopert'Mr (>ct 2t Soared Heart. Club Circle, a new W. M. C. F. Darling, Mra. Paul Haley, Mr if

snarrlage. Mr. and Mn. Pine !and N.... F. A. Mien evly. Mr/sad. card party.:.. Florida lavtfeAM circle, which WM organized at ILL. Nelson,'Mrs. R. E. Tretter .
Oct. so i'
were merited fa Mew Tort and ,Mrs. M. S. Stud tlH, Mr."and Mrs. City he-homo of Mrs. J. Lawrence Mn D. P. Blake Mn f. M. Hsl-S
moved to Redland about twelve A. ZHNatale Mr. and Mrs. Chas sapper la Community Chore Scott on Coconut Palm drive,Wed forty, Mrs J. R. Hickaoa, Uri. R., '

:years ago I Topplno, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dent Nov. 1 Program meeting oX. nesday. Mrs. Ceo. Wright was,Y. Burr, Mrs. H. S. Wolfe Mm.
Homestead Business and Professional
( Out of town guests at the dinner Mr. and Mra J. Palanolo, Mr. ant Women's Club at t In elected secretary.The L. J. Pace, Mrs Jos. Gay Mrs-.A.
were: Mr. and Mr. Harry, Mn. S. R. tonG, Mrs W. C Roberta ,Legion ball p> next meeting, It WM de- F. Arthur and Mra Plummer. '

t. t Pllklngson, Mr. and Mn Ceo Mn Mary Walker, Mrs.. U C. Nov I Meeting of Redland ; -- -- ---
RtDuart and A. O Renuart of! Smith. Mrs. S. R. Atklni Mn. Ceo.Barcui Neighborhood Circle: at home of
Coral Gables; Mr. and Mn. John f Mn. H. Gilbert. Kill MIl D. R. Snyder

Villa, Mn. Marlon Ordway, Mn. Serajtina. Oriflct Mil Elmeda Nov. 2 Homestead P.-T. A.
M. Vohl, Miss Dorothy K. Rathel. Roberta, MM! Elizabeth Broeker, executive committee: meeting at rsssasso
Miss Mary Ptlklngton Min Grace the Rev. Ja.. Cloonan, John Keafeyy 10 .. mNov. -> .

E. May, Min Lucille Baker A. L.I J. Paul Broeker and Jimmie I Covered dish luncheon r
Trotonto and A. L. Ralthel aU of Defoe. meeting of American LeclonAnUlar'J

at home of Mrs W. E. ssss, err
JUNIOR 0)U1'I'1' nt's Whitaker, Milt Alice Hobson, the Rheney.

j HAS SPAGHETTI SUFFER hqeteiees and a visitor, Mri Nov. 3 Meeting of Preby -.r --.r LETTER "
Have Smart
Mra. Bruce Ennia, Mn. Paul Henry Rueff. terian Auxiliary at borne of Mra. :: : WRITING

Reynolds and Miss Grace Hobsnq -TOEutNND. C. Ben P1u..mer4 : Looking Nails I ; MADE EASY !
EASTERN STARS Nov. < Work meeting of Red
-r hostesses' tt a Junior Woman
BOX TO MASONIC HOME land Home Demonstration Club.

the Log Ctubr Tavern spaghetti In Princeton supper Monv any F, 'Pl iM to tend boxes of.home. Nov.t".f Karanjar O",'"E.i S. meetgats'p.re2 : BriteL'iquJd : I

bold goods, clothing and food to .
day evening;; I'!::
I the Masonic booM at Saint Petersburg .teacl P.-T. A. NailPOLISH' t
EIhtM''woo prbes at loft on Thnk iivlng were made meeting at > p. m.T..,
Others present at the meeting!by the O. L S. of Homestead at Its Nov. S .. Oean-up\: meeting of : : I

were Mn. E. A. Buchanan. Mi*. :, meeting Frkby Woman's Club of the Redland
James Bird, Mn. W. B. Caves, Jr. I Plans for the baazar and vp- Nov. 8 Birthday party of r SEVEN SHADES : LORD.

Mrs Burley Dendy, Mra. L. B.I| pa'on Nor.' II were discusied. Gleaners at home of Mrs. Dexter : : BALTIMORE .
Danny Mn. Hunter Harden Mrs' Mn. Eva C. Taudite, put matron Home.. a''
R. R. Klnari, Mn. Russell Home,l lMrs. or Oakdale chapter of Philadelphia Nov. 5 Meeting of Woman : 25C : PORTFOLIO

J S. Horton, Mn. A. M. was I guest Other pratent Auxiliary of St John's.; Episcopal' r
(art Mn. Harold Oxford, Mn.1.0-1 were: Mrs. (]eo. W. Turner. Jr., Church. : 58Sk
D. Perkins, Mn. Herbert Turner,,Mrs Vm. M. Johns, Mrs. Louise I eatli 39"
Mra. Stanley Wtttton Mn. T. B.I Sylte, Mrs. Lloyd Deft, Mrs R.r :
Walker, Mn Francis Freeman W. Mullliu, Mn. Rudolph Matt- .M
Mr. Robert Glenn,Jr, Mn. Claude f ton Miss Alice Macomber and

Q mpbeD. Miss Betty Bowen :Mines Either and Helm Uvln -1 I
Miss Mary Bradley, Miss Pearl 'ton.

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Financing for That Home You w.. iotlias _-ab.M 50Cres. .

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Want to Buildt &Lad et 1...-.....-.' god=
. (led SIM'S she a.w.. give. Miss
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,Ve.fag.'wht) gtmiae IwfaeSachets.

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hair let she mama, with a.
'wsi uudulttloft and liiatrJag DRUGHomestead

Breaker Lumber Co. (Mesw
Florida a"'?_X

., 'ZtuiUtng Materials of AU Kbdi STTaxrm ]fJa9h's lJaiier Shop '

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friday.-October 22, 19a7 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pate K-t

i I REDLAND CLIB: WILL PLANT Mock and two visitor, Mill Catherine REDLAXD CUTS PLANS TO
I The Woman Club of the Red- f I Ta* INland Home Demonstration -
'L Social Events J lands voted Tuesday to plant a SILVER rUJ\I'CIRCLES Club voted yesterday to meetat
memorial tree each year This HAVE INTERESTING: DAR I:JO a. m this year In order to
k the club will plant a royal polncianna The two circles of the Woman's have a cheer-up program before
r tree to honor the Missionary Society of the Silver I 'he regular meeting Mill Eu-
I of Mn Hyram Byrd, its : Palm Church met at the home of nice Grady from the Miami office -
( NARANJA EASTERN STARS GIVE CARD president A royal palm tree Mn Hugo Vlhlen in Goulds Oct. I completed organising the work
PARTY AT HOME OF MR. AND MRS. FOGLEA been planted In honor of the firspresident U for an aU day meeting Bible for the new :year and a'work meeting -
Mr F B. R. study occupied the morning and was planned for Nov. 4.
-- of Tacoma, Wash. after a buffet luncheon report Those present were: Mn X A.
moat successful card party wu Mn Frances Graham Mrs. H. A I The club decided, also, to on the book, 'Beside the Port of Carter. Mn. M. A.: Baker Mn
given Wednesday evening at the Aroan, Mrs. Ruby York, Mn Frank prize for best essays on roadside Bethesda," was given A .InterestIng Seymour Dane, Mr*. Chat. LaIr.
home of Mr. and Mr*. A. D. FogleIn I Pernicker Mn Otto Bernlcker,I beauty preservation and enjoyable day was spent Mr*. J. D. Wysong, ),In. CecIle ..
NaranJ by Naranja Chapter Miss Rebecca Fisher Miss Margaret Nov. S was selected as the time Mn. Chandler, the hostess, dls- Henry Mr, *, D. R. Snyder HR. E.
.,- O. E. S.. and $26.05 was cleared Taylor, Min Marjorie Fogle to hold a general clean-up playd many Chinese article i T. Whitworth, Mr*. A. E. Barnes.Mrs.
for its rut fund. Mrs. Fogle and Mill Mary Brown. Miss Betty Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, Jr. wall Those prevent wen: Mrs. Clan Geo. W. Turner, Jr., Mr.
, Mn John M. Brawn chairman of I Bloke Mix Shirley Darkness, Miss appointed delegate to the county Vihlen. Mrs. W. W. Cunningham Harry Reely and Mrs H. J. Arm-
{ "the party and her committee werhostesses Mildred Campbell, Mia Esther federation meeting Mrs I;. S. Jensen, Mn Reed itrong
for the evening. Livingston, Miss Henrietta Hen- Present were: Mr B. A. Wal- Holmes Mn. L. a Rogers, Mr I
r A halloween color scheme was' derson. Henry Behrens, Dr. C. K. din, Mr II:. A Carter, Mrs. W. D.Mahan J. D. Wysong, Mrs. Harley Core, MRS. a D. BARCt'S HOSTESS
used The flowers were orange tint- Penby, Geo. C. Pedmon. W. M. Mn Geo. W. Turner. Jr,, Mn R. L. Scott, Mr*. Everette I AT SACRED HEART PARTY
ed cosmos, the mints were In orange Crow, W. H. Russell, and Clement Mn H. J. Armstrong Mrs. Cina Duke, Mrs. Cha Lair Mrs. R. W.Prothero 1 1MI'I. Mrs. O D. Bares was hostess
r I and black tone, and the tally card Russell Stewart, Mr M. A Baker and Mrs. Percy Whltworth;, at the Sacred Heart Club card
,,. l were orange and black; witches Mrs Seymour DaneGLEANERS Clyde Goasman Mrs. Me-I party Friday evening In the clubhouse -
with movable cape THREE W. M. S. CIRCLES Kenzie and the Rev. T. H. Norton.1 Prizes were won by Mn
In contract' HOLD OCTOBER SESSIONS R. L. Godwin, Mrs. Frank Belt.
High core prize
Mrs. Frank Schneider and Mr .
t bridge were won by Mn Howard Three of the W. M. a circles of BIRTHDAY PARTY REDLAND AID *
J. Horton.
Lamb and Frank Belts; In auction the Homestead Methodist Church
The Gleanen planned a birth- H. J. Armstrong had chargeOf < Other ..ttend"re: Mr. and
bridge by Mti A. C. Albright and met Tuesday afternoon Circle One Tuesday'at
I I da' party when they met the Redland Ladles' Aid program Mn H. A. Cameron, Mr. and MfLHoward
Robert Ben In five hundred which met with Mrs. J. L. Burton
I the home of Mn Harry Cooper.I, afternoon the
Thursday at Lamb, Mrs. T E. Evan,
., C J. M. Holferty and Charles Bahrain -: discussed attending the district ''It will be given Nov. S, at the homer) home of Mrs J. F McCuOough.MrsJ. Mrs. Herman Schiegtl, Mrs. Frank
In Wilbur Alburjrand : meeting at the Trinity MethodistChurch
; monopoly '
of Mrs. Dexter Home Each mem- L. Robertson read a chapterof Belt. Mn Laura Pye. Mn R.
in bingo, MM Geo W. TunerJr la Miami on Oct. 28 when
, also I II ber I* supposed to bring a penny the book, "Congo Crosses," and Bell, Mrs. M L. Walker, Mr F.
will be served
cafeteria luncheon
Low score prize, were a
I ; for each year of her age, and the winter activities of the aid wen S. Scherr, Mrs W. C. Roberta,
given Mr Carl Wagner won the In the basement of the church. Mr*.
I proceed will be added to the discussed. Each member, It was Mn O D. Barcua, Mr L. C.
and Mn John Anderson
J. door prize. Burton I building fund of the First Baptist decided, 1* to earn a dollar forth Smith, Mrs. M. S. StudstiU Mn.F .
t I Announcement wa mad that were appointed on letter the visiting'therhllUtmes Church. Study of the last portion aid and at the next meetingtell Orificl Mrs. Paul Osklerko, Mrs.
committee. Paul's to
k, the concluding party of the series studied A salad of the book, "What Baptista Believe how the earned it F. A. Minnerley, Miss Pearl Whit-
.,; will be given Wednesday evening was I' wan conducted by Mn S. The hostess served punch and aker. Mitt Serafini OrUinU Mr
of Mr. and Mr D. E. course and tea were served by the
r at the home hostess I L. West cake. Belts and Joseph OrificL
t Bashor' Halloween decoration were Present were: Mr*. Annie Meaenmith *- I
; The following were among the VuJton\ present were: Mrs. 1.1 I I us'd Salad and tea wen served Mn S. E. Drew Mrs. Mrs Sybella Chandler entertained -
guests of the evening:Mr. and Mr. H. Webster Mrs. X. R Blackburn,I, Those present were: Mrs. Alec: C. H. Woodbury Mrs. Geo. W. at luncheon and bridge yesterday -
i Clinton Pepper, Mr. and Mrs Roy Mrs Win. Nolan, Mn Lonnle t,Lanier Mrs Russell Home, Mrs Turner ST. Mrs. M. A. Baker, MI'I.I' Mr*. Geo L., Swan, Mn W. \
,''t,. Wittenwyler, Mr. and Mr*. Charles Hood, Mn J. T. Martin, Miss Dexter Home, Mrs. M. A. Murphy Geo E. Deuel, Mrs. Geo. Reed, I Smythe and Mn. J. T. B. McElroy
t :r Pchnns, Mr. and Mn Frank Emily Jones and Miss CarrelL Mrs. J. W. Tyner. Mrs W. C. House Mrs. Geo W. Turner Jr., Mrs. rhZ .
r4' Rsymond Mr. and Mrs Robliuon Member present were: Mn Eo'' Mrs. Alvin Campbell, Mn Claude Armstrong Mrs. Robertson, Mn.j'
r" Farmer, Mr. and Mr R. C. Wiley, S. Capllnger Mrs. D. L. Bowen,I IMfl. I Campbell, Mn. W. B. Caves, Jr.. McCullough Mr*. Brewer th 'T-11I. ." "
.. Mr. and Mr D. E. Baslio, Mr. Geo. Ranson, Mn. S. E. Livingston -
I Mrs. Alvin Simmons, Mn F. D,. Rev P G. Nelson and .the hostess. ,
I e sad Mr*. Chas Eichenberge-. Mrs. J. J. Richards, Mn.I'I
Pod Mr. Robert Bell, Mr. and Mr*. Anderson, Mia Helen
e Russell Mr. and Mn A C. Aa ]- and the hostess. i
I' ; bright Mr. and Mn Wulbur! M- Mrs. Casper Williams was hostess -
bury Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Witt- to Circle Two, and Mid Jennie ,
If hop! Mr. and Mr*. Howard Lamb Lobdell conducted the Bible quit u y ,
r ;t. Mr end Mrs. A. C. Albright, Mr.! Pumpkin pie, macaroon and iced
>l aid Mr*. Vas Lewis, Mr and Mia' tea 'were served
Frank Belt, Mr and Mn Carl Those present were: Mrs. Joel
Wagner, Mr. and Mr*. John M J. Robinson. Mrs H. L. Brown,
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Fogle!,I Mrs. J. A. McNeijr;. Mill Lobdell
T Mr. and MrsA D. Fogle, Jr., and the hostess.T
Mr and Mrs L. C. Smith, Mrs J. M. Circle Three met at the home 94 e
I. t Holferty: Ulrs. Nancy Rickard, of Mrs. A.. O. Cain. Mn J. E. Davis
I Mr*. Mary Epperson Mn J. M. conducted the Bible study on "Howto
. Deer, Mr. Marty Deer, Mn I Use the Bible" The hostess
Luella Fabrlon, Mr*. Gertrude De- served a fruit salad course
laney, Mn Marjorie Crosby Mrs. Those present were: Mrs Jat
Dorothy Hayes Mr*. Cecil Wal.tonl I A. Dau.hertMrs.. Vlvan Booth.
e Mrs. George W. Turner Jr., MnL Mn O. L. Showalter, Mn C D.
A A. Fennell], Mrs. R. L. Godwin,I In 'I Eaker, Mrs J. D. Redd Mr. J L '
r Mn L. C. Smith, Mn Tom Chapman ''I Ballard Mn L P. McLean, Mn
r v Mrs C. T. Wallace. Mn Mae 1, ",Fie Ita., Mrs. J. P. Dye Mr Dan r
f Campbell, Mn Ruby Dearborn. !i I William, Mrs. Davis, a visitor
I h Mr*. J. J Robinson, Mr*' Leon 'Mn J. M. Holding, and the ho*-
J Hill, Mr P A. Trcmbetta, Mrs. teal
< Floyd Fog* Mrs. Curtis Molll'Ot.1 y I I
l Mn Paul O Rickel, Mrs Ole Pet- For results use
'J< erspn, Mn. Agnes Henderson Mn Leader-I
Russell Anderson. Mn D P Blake Enterprise AdsI I

A Happy -


Home Circle

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in Your Own Home !

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.A HAPPY home circle! What meaning it conveys. Prideful -

FOODS tso Ft parents watching their children develop. .
'rlMa lottatit

.'. Without charging a penny in brokerage fees, well be glad

to help put through applications for any responsible person

who wishes to avail himself of the convenient F.H.A. plan

of paying for a home or for repairs and improvements.

*> Coo In and see this sensational
ttfrigCTatu that maintains lower

temperature,Higher humidity,at Ibtx W. D/HORMC CO. Inc.
No' Increase jfl Current Cosf. ,

See the new ilnibh interior arrangements .Hardware and Building; Material
with 9 different (
..ridion.I ZP' 1 Frank L, Skill, Owner


.AYIIDIT' $4 5 0 .


205 N. Krome Avenue Homestead, Fla. ,

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Pare'Ten THE LEADER- ENTRHPRISFT .. .. Edda October.82,1937,

tour year of the program After only to start. and. stop Wltft- the :

the fourth year no specific levy of; 'OLDS IOBILE clutch disengaged, the control

The' Redland Rattler a lump sum will be made but the arm Is moved to first forward posi

levy will be enough to pay the in-1! tion. When the clutch i* released
( By SniKIJET: HAUXEM: terest falling due. After the sixth (Continued From Fu Five) the ear starts forward tint gear,
partment with tumbler lock The
'. year the council will begin making automatically changing second
curved smoothly -
HONOR ROLL written by one of our student specific levies for retirement of the downward panel and Inward eliminating -. at a road speed of about 10 miles

4 I whose name we will not mention: bond a* well a* the interest which might per hour. Without declutching-

Twelfth grade: high Margaret A* a beauty I am no star "The plan provides for settling cause injury projection in event of a sudden"I releasing the accelerator,the driver

Albright, Betty Blake, Mary Ann There are others more handsome with the bondholders for overdue For the cardrobe I then may flick the control lever
Brown, Mary Eleanor WilliamsX flop. same reason to second forwara position whirl
44s by far. Interest by issuing to the bondholders rails have been adopted in
Albert Halnlln Kenneth
J. Graham, -
But my face I don't mind it coupon certificates for the the rear compartment and the ,I
Hawkes, Jack Turner; low,' extremely
For I am behind It- full amount of the overdue Interest edge of the font seat I Is cov
y Alice Mildred Cox, BethGautier 21 mile hour the transmission
Penny ,
front the but the city has the right to about per
The people in get Jar. by thick roll-type padding.A I
Doris Price !
Parker ,
Vera call these certificate in for 25 percent automatically shifts on to
Cordon Cross Don Lair, Marlon radical change baa been madein direct drive
fourth which
I' gear or ,
of their face value. In the
The last seven weeks of fair-one-
Henderson, Clement Russell.Flevcnlh I I one important detail the location I* the economy or cruising gear
event the buy these
Dight-and-rsin-the-next weather city can coupon -
f4M M.ra..t' o( the battery A long, narrow I If the driver wishes to remain in
: grade: high,
i put us In rated of the following, certificates on the open mar- "end end"
I of the type
Griffin, Alma Jane Llndgren; low,I gleaned from an exchange: ket for less than 25 per cent of battery the third or pickup sear he may
Cleo Chubb Willis Baxley, Emily' 1 replace the conventional battery do so merely by holding the accelerator
i Angela who should guard my bed their face value, the city has the and Is located alongside the engine .
Enget Elisabeth Sage Louise,, I fear ar* slumbering instead privilege to do so. The coupon under the car hood, accessible -I all the way down. The
will continue to
then pick-up
Yale. I car
certificate non-interest bearing
i: Angels pray resume your hovering are
to service without diiturblnu
Tenth grade: high, Douglas Bar- ; and non-maturing except a* location I i Iin that gear to a road speed ot U
the The new -
Valerie Campbell Betty the provided in the plan. car occupant mpJi., at which speed there I Ia an
tut low 111 sleep, and you adjust cov permit uw of auch shot
automatic to fourth. If isis
: change
Lou Harris, Marie Neill Jane ering. "The city proposes to retire the battery cable that line low hat! to back fromi
i desired move
Robinson Lydia Vihfen. coupon certificates with funds col- been reduced to a marked decree
;i fourth to the third gear for hill
lected from delinquent taxes A* a result the battery cranks the
Mr. Carl Wagner, principal of BOND PLANContinued Should any certificates be outstanding car considerably fatter than it"climbing or quick plck>up la
driver at 11Ood
traffic, '
i Iledland high School, will resume July I, 1941, the city would It placed in the convelltl.nalIocctlon [
1 59
below m.p.h
speed may go
his adult class at the Silver Palm should begin to make I levy of one- a factor of Importance In I
idto instantly by fully
Methodist Sunday School. On ( From fag One) sixth of the amount outstanding cold father starting. A duct ex- that gear
the accelerator
Sunday Oct. 29, he Is going to bond refunding agreement was for a period of six year in order lording from the front of the moM depressing driver pedalOn
begin a series of ten lectures on given out by City Attorney Ira C. that all may be retired on or be- compartment carries cooling: I down grades, the second may
flick the control from to
tl "How to Win Friends. Haycock In. conference with Oct 1, 1947 The coupon certificates fit through the battery container,. first forward position, thus employing .

I newspaper representatives beforethe however, shall never be redeemed maintaining low battery tempera decelerat.
.condlear as a
The following girls have been council meeting Monday night: for more than 25V of their tUft In warm weather.
"After IS months of work by the I ing force
chosen to represent their classesIn fact value. Although both the six and ilgh-

the popularity contest to be I council with the bondholders and I The city's proposal for Settlement ran unusually ft it and responsive Flattery is soft soap; and soft

held at the carnival w, Friday{ with those who control and hold of delinquent taxes Is a* follow when equipped with conventional soap I I. 90 per cent lye.,EL.I .
night Oct 29: from the senior| bonds, m tentative agreement has I
*: Yean 28-29-30 at 28 cent transmission, they attain even
class; Betty Blake;from this Junior{ been reached whereby the city will i on the dollar; year 1931-32-33 at higher.:: peak of performance when I
be able to refund Its bonded In-
class Ruby Nelll; from the sophomore -
33 1-3 cent on the dollar; years equipped wilt the Oiennobllc automatic -
class. Suzy Leggett; and from'I debtedness. First proposals) by the. 1934-3J-38 at 50 cents on the dollar .safety transmission.-:*

the freshman class, Mildred Lrwl I bondholders were considered far ; outstanding assessment liens! :,...-."'..Ion ...0 con'rlbutei m- I
Mis Rives and Mrs Vlhlra are i I beyond the ability of the taxpayer', at SO cents! on the dollar. All de portnnl'y to \koUi dM. .nll ease nod
to meet, so they were rejected, >
'nt.aring the popularity contest.
; linquent taxes will be baaed on the (.M'-tnj economy, .he letter re- I
After conferences a plan con' I
many :i< 1939 levy of 40 mills and the 1B33 [fUtng' : from a fourtn Year direct E-
sIdled satisfactory to all concern-'
1'here will be a debate Tuesday assessed valuation. All interest drier: which reduces the number:1 I
tic:u ITI member' of Miss Katherine ed has been worked out. I :
I land penalties for delinquency will of none revolutions an 1 irpror tic
l II.via' civics ttapo ;r 7Lnglvscl "The city has outstanding; $980-:I be waived The city will use :the,.fuel.om) by 18 to 10 per cent

that a senlencsjfo pflbea' sttatld lip 000 In bonds, the larger number ol, money collected from delinquent... Operation I It extremely simple,::1

nmit. far rite:purpose of reforming which-90 per cent-bear Interest': taxes to call i in coupon ccrt'ficHtCj Control is by a short lever on the:1I

the prisoner.,Man fur punishment.: al 1%. On April 30 1M7, Uw alt ;..representlny the dellnq Brit In-! steering column There are four,I

On the Hffirmatiu ire Alrti Sykei, was In default on bond: principal 1:' tercst positions for the control tover I
'M Idrrrt Left nnd Thelma In- 1291,000 Past due interest total'
"After the plan has become ope-; neutral; first forward (first and
r I
g> mi. on the m'galive are Marjorie $362,000 frame, the council b>' resoutiot'second 'gears); second! forward:1 i General l

4I I.* wu.. Josephtrie Cash anti Claudie "The council proposes to 4*')writ determine when thy d.-count,}, (tint, third and fourth gears;) and:

Y.tet The 'himmm: is Wanda in exchange for these outftaiwlfclf i I Ito the taxpayer will be ui.lnbb.!I reverse, which can be entered only
SuKlp md th.. judges! mt Eliu.Ik .- bond, 30-year bonds dated Oct..Mayor H.inls' Council President by pressing a safety butu/n on the: Public Utilities

'I i Sage. EH/.lxth Craft and 1, tilT and maturing Oct. I. 1W7"known :i Burton City Clerk Edwards or end of the central arm. :1

I ).'. Mm BraimonMI as callable term bonds, as i'myself will be glad to explain With the automatic safety transmission Homestead Phone 185-lIf

; they ran be recalled at any time"Intamt further am details of the plan to the foot clutch is used I
f.i' I I D. R. Snyder coach, an- rates proposed b>' the anyone clearing more light on the

:* MIX. thai there are thirty-eight city arc 2% for two jean; ltiri j subject'

:.\ nthimastk; boys reporting for two years; 3"; for six yean; ,
f.i, l b., ,ki'thall, several of whomi 4% for 10>e rs; ,1r. for 111 years-| The secret Is Oat HARRY'S WELDING SHOP

,oI M i lo be good prospects The making average interest on the{, Canvasser "You pay a small deposit -'

'. dull-I is rapidly being complet- ,new bonds 3.071 OVL-I the 30-year, then you make no more pay- PRINCETON: FLA
1.1 01''ml' i he dates will soon be an- period. |menu for six months. I I

I !.>'urn ,ed Alice Penny, Rosy LegIMt. "In order to pay this interest the Lady of the hOUR "Who told Portable Electric and Acetilene Welding n' Cylinder Blocks,

Wen GUdden and Adolph city propose to 'levy ,i minimum you about us1"Southern Lumber i Cylinder Head,Aluminum Castings evil OoUcrt.Automotive .
U, '/ have \been elected cheerlrders of
pi I 40.000 per real for the first Journal. Macl.W Itt'palrln.-Caterln te garage In mate

t. / I I bearing pouring and allfned reaming, connecting red pesvlBganu

W \: Mr. Trotter tenth grade section boring and cylinder boring.

f presented U interesting assembly EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED
} program pl1 chapel Friday. Is Your ROOF Renclir

The opening-exercises
were eon. f rmVM wt. w-* *__4 ___ >_ ___ w\\ r
t dated by Ernest: Todd. Mrs.

Helen' Pepper of Princeton gave a

I' rending, and members of the sophomore I'

clas'}"gave a musical number -
The program was concluded''

} with a talk by the Rev E. I. Nekoii -

t of the Homestead Presbyterian

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STEIBINQRegistered r r 11 i 0

Practice In Homestead

Rooms t and ?

1 McCrory Arcade : BE sure your roof is ready for bad

,. Saturday _Hours 7.30: to 10 p. m. If it is worn you may profit i WS2EN YOU BUY TKE : cis *t,

MAIN OITICEl1X19 I by re-roofing now, before prices advance. I

W. Flasher aZUs.USJDr. Miami, nt.Pkeneat Let us tell you about Carey Shingles and S Game of chance mat be all right fa their

t I' Roll Roofings-the standard for over 60 'I pUct-but why risk your money when you t Y
LY.. ..."...... Associate bladed Ask it
years. We will be glad to give you a buy aa* your dealer for Probsk

free estimate on the .Carey Root I Jr.-produced by the world's largest manufacturer f
I' of razor Made Here Is known A
which will best suit needs.
DR.l\I.\ A. BERGERI1' your quality--a: : double-edge blade that gives you tta '
r I one excellent shave after another-- nj se:sat d

BROOKER LUMBER CO.HOMESTEAD. 4 for loll Ask your desks foe a fwcka

Dentist I of Prebak Jr. blade today

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Offlcr Hours 8:34-1:.30S

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'. October 22,1337 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pate Eleven

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Methodist Revival Will LEGAL NOTICES. i 1 1i -
SERMON TOFTCS Close Sunday Night


BAPTIst x'... ortwa ..... I
FIRST CHURCHOct. The. Rev. J. J. Jtieharts wW ... ... ilttr w .. "-I Es..t e. .

I preach on "So Near and Yet S* ...... t.aeb.d by 1M 11a.or.hla Pt dD
First insertion
: a ; shbeequeitt Insertions
11 Morning Sermons slam, w d the ta.
"The Great Teacher"! evento Far" at tonight's service at the cah CM of 'uW JadmaJeud :-I Ids line ,
I HflC M Methodist Church: Un'B tads rfHarMo hi.td C uaty. --- .
sermon "The Gospel at na MM ttk.Sr of (;.tote. A. O I"' ta -- ---- --
1M dM.. aal congregations have been .!.. that ...... ion eoN .
Bata of tending the revival. Wtu _CkaaoWf z ... Cosaap.wkleb{ FOR RENTFOR I FOR SALE House 4 ""artments. -

The sennena fee the next a.a_.-nn a PMMa. Wt Solute Krome
The Sunday services the, alalatirTaad
I lMtofo MaaroUaB, b Alfiud Caatarnoal
few weeks will be based en the church will mark the the aad MoUl Canlaju.al, fcb wile. < Has too*! ImlUtton tile roof Of.
nr .,..._ I M NOW Maolnr to RENT Furnished apart-.
awpel ., Mark, berinnlaf this feted at an tttractlve price. Sea
At the
revival effort morning
a.-. ....-- We Oman 10 mU
Sunday sight with UM fln&c..Id' worship hour the pastor will dotM. ondr fwd is ht*. of Ito torn i I' menu Water, lights and bath me for details. Cameron Phone

An who can d* so are preach on "The Greatest Institution tkoraof M oflur fat MM and auU. 0r.'t' \ ....I Prefer man and wife. No children 71, Homestead'
Ur M* Motorfor
Invited to Jol. hi these studies in the World" and win deal .: the halt o--.t: .1 or dogs S. It Fitch, Kmgs

Is the Impel ef Mark whichIs Cwah..e of. D.4. 0.-... I. Wit Highway, East (olS U) '
with the place of the home In the III ...... ......... I. 101... d I i :'FINE: COUNTRY HOME j mica,
the shortest and most directof life of Sunday night the A int. Cal. the yw ii I
today : -r'o' C' = : modern house. 7 rooms: large
ot A II..d: I IIf e'ehea r
an the aerosols ., Cbrlit'alife i FOR RENT Apartment Haut
final sermon will be on "The Prayer ., the MM Insist a Ion Iowa Any ... bent and back porches l.,...,
that we have Every One Should Pr&)." The .... koatu the Intel kouru of ..... tno ..... > man building Phone 20. (poD) and aervantt quailcn.
.h.fat a-wd.d Atlanta Is Dude I jarfge
Oct 17 Subject far prayer large chorus choir directed by: the County, Florida, unit: I I"-- 1 I Rare tropical dhrubbery This

meeting, "'WII, Da Kingdom Rev. Howren.Norten will bring Th. .,rant Half the BmiliMilIriiarMr FOR RENT Several hundred II. show plao. ... I4.WOOO. Some
ISE: MM and F Uir Inspiring messages In song at both M Boot. Ran. It Knot. ..Mtela. .. ,1: acres land suitable for alt trunk j terms. Cameron, Homestead

service, and there will be special N iw crops for rent at $10.00 par acre: rhone 12-
The .w a. Aforesaid bewomar
music. with .u the C.rdltaaa..u ad .re.rt.- 1 half cash balance from crop.
"The pastor wishes to expresshis tomuato koknnthul. ota saw wtor $750 perxbundred acres. Part
appsnat.lue being now N .bfy MM dwawe '
ClInCH appreciation and the appreciation has never been cropped and Is

Oct. t4 Reformation of the membership of the Dowd thin Itch day of (lvN4.,. A. D. 1111.1 I! therefore Ideal for tomatoes. Oit 4 > A. Wed ?wry .. $50 per! acre
at S P. m.: sermon OB "The church for the large attendanceof Jt_ N C""' _. I,1 Bird Road (paved road) near 10 A. Epmore Drive 130 per acre

History and the Heritage .f the people of the other churchesof Solicitor. F F for MRInHAM PlalnMff. '>,' Happy Farms Dairy. Only ten 11 A. Coconut.Palm |U per acre

the Christian Church1*; Celebration the community: said Mr. Rich. Ortokor II. ... and I*. "arti|i miles from business section of 30 A. 31-37-38 tlS per acre

of the Lord's Sapper. ards "Our eordlallnvlta&lon to all i Miami. Call at Happy Farms 110 A. North Khan Aw f 10 per

The abUt b larlted.PRESBYTEKIAN Christian faiths of the communityIs : NOTICC OO N" >*Ttll1l SALE 'i Dairy or write E. P. Fripp acre. Cameron. pilot* U,

sincerely renewed to attend the NOTICK IK RRKKKV GIVEN thai 10' Coral l Cables Fla. Homestead.
,_.._ d the Fta.l UrnM /0.1u.', i
services of the revival meeting." WrM M UM It* IV .... d fepMHw.A. .
CHURCH D. IBM M ._... k> M-r that .1, IMI ta Uw e'_.. Cntrt '"Tnnntk FOR RENT 10 acres scarified STRAWBERRY

"Why dos you keep brushing tM Judl'M Ckmtt M 'xl 'jrOM .; land $IS an acre. J. 1. Hifcon ; pUnta, 40c B hundred. 11 M.
Oct t4 The Valve ef ,
baby's fact with whiskbroom" > CMntt. FVirtita H CMm In tttH '
Hone Missions." Betty Blake ..no' nw nor reading' .1oonI. Tar, WarMija. (I 13\f) Lyon Longview road S ml west
"I lust wanted him to get used to fcrvV. _.. In*.. a rlxrM .IM 11 iltmi.i 1 and J ml. south of Homettc
mill lead the young people of FMMirf' and PAM r mr, kissing rrandp.Ex.I .t.h
the church at 7 :. .,. nt.. IDorVrt, Ni>. 40110.0). t h.1' FOR SALE (111-,,:.)
p. m. .............. 11.M eo a+.rted Is I
Thiposed people will havea d.s..nd I., srMr In -... and oattoflr'
party at the home of John GAL"NOTICESIN the M_, will off.t (nr Mb M ....>H9 ._ TURN-TORE: FOR SALE: Mr*i JI't'1r to''.F 7br'-st ,,'. i.I..
tin to IW tlrhtrt kMte U-f. IM
lUckwB U Naraaj .Ik .Mk Wtan UK- Roth her W tk> C-r.itt* i iI ,' a A. TlbblU, 504 N. Krome. rue trees Bud tropical truA :II

TRW CIBOtlT COURT RLKVWNTH I Cwt Horn : DMto loosely Ftwlrt;*. taNoHMkor (poll) season. Jungle Grove, Reriiand
11., City d .,4 I7.rM.
JUDICIAL I 111'1'1' nAna COUNTY hutw w.t that l
road and Plummet drive.
, hunts d .Musa e'elaek A. H. And Iw
COM No. ...... .loch P. M. a hared.W I. day d FOR SALE Oiv war'w electric !'I
H. II KOXFUJE.: Plaintiff we. HOLI.1C A. D. IMI. ht _I. nnwol'of I
Baptist Training/ Union of the M. WIUOON. *t,.. a ol... Dofoadanta.FOBB. land shouted ta the Orutr, d Ones I 1 wattle irons. Your ptfC: R. L RED FRYERS Live or arew

First Baptist Church of Homestead TAX LIKNStkr Stato of. ..IVrMa..... aforooild, oWcrlkod M'fnUauu. Also practically new dress,' i i ed. Free delivery in city. Phone S
It ._..." M anli.b ._.dud M l 1
for people who arc over the kill MM .. tko cam mated saw that Lot lad Blork Idth. Rllhnoronl I Phone 550-J. (po 22) \ fiJJ-M. McEweo Poultry Plant

Sensor B. Y. P. U. ap; VD.1 be Molllo M. WI_. sod It aianM*. kwkuaoaod. A-000 d eo..l IW.1.a, a _... I
MrriodKla I all se the Nw 4 of a.- ,,,
-. F. Elliott and If = i l\IISCELLANEOUS-
organized Sunday evening ,at (JO I, wtfo. sank of Bar .__ a wrvrotloo > M SMtk. R.m 41 KM, FOR SALE 3-burner Florence
o'clock at the pastortum, the Rev.I I IC FwrMa Rialtj, Syndicate. lot. oFlorMa IW NIt af tW SWH '"( the NW(4 WMM I
1 ,orpoMtlnK.. BollonM .MMrwCoraMalni. s-ti if. ill ta met kerosene stove, pmcUca'ly! neyr. .
: M. Wa'ker fnnotmcod' bit Sun- riorlM. >fMl _; M __ I PIANO TUNING >
dVt a florid ooxoralloo sea.fdatd to.Dofoadoala rf TMOT4 ... Bht bank tap. M.o IS.nbHo I Big oveft, also. BiU for 120. T. ana rwoalrlng,

night ka Stat tamla of ......end..... and ara that tk* ....- NOMPI W Dodo Cm,.!,. ru.. C. Selfert, 17 N. W. Fourth St. Good used piano for Mia: cheapW.LKoon,315K.W.lidSt.
All who .re lnterei art |n- Asses of MM .a tiaMal. aro m tko rmnlalaaat .... .sad .M Jln" W a oMIratb ofnek i
..k_, that tkoro k oo nonoa .ilot 4<#r d rMonl ta MM Dodo I' SALE I
Vltod in attei d thb'mortlog.a .
: U the stab of Florida tko ...... Maukvoooo County, rloriita.JnTtk' FOR S3 Ford truck. IV
: t. tt WANTED
-- -. -(.......xaoav aad that.w kM MM would defmdaaM bled suit fnrtko A. 5ps.Ia1 Naar ,msy.. ch.ewrf.i, :ton, stake, duals, good eondlt n. !

R.D.Y.P.U. Will Elect an of twr r. that. MM aoo-tMMr DofoodanUko N. WANTED Listings of houses
Talbott Rd. mU
and ........ miulMd to R. On %
New Officers Oct. 31 thor or* po
on pear to tko. Bill of Coowlalnt lend. I* MMM NOTICE OP AprtrrtnoN FOB :/ Silver Palm (ol tf) j and apartments for rent Henry

M oa w Wars la........ tk* Stk dar ofIXiMkor DEED TAXI Behrens It Benj. W. Morris N.
,,_ ,.. '
A. D. INT. ul.rwwo 110, all*. Chapter ''''' ml nb 4. '
Officers for tfi*. Redland District otalkoa of a>M kill will a* ...... a. coofoooai AlfKrf NOTICE M Rl. CIVKN that ,FOR SALE Compost in any Krome ave., north of 10-rrat
U BOTIIM. of flaw and '
Young People' Union will be It la ky r..MM......Drfndaata.ardoiod that thin ....... k> CuuMT T.. CoitlflMb. Mo. 4IM Wad UMot amount Shipped In by K. H. Wilson store; phone '4. alS-U)

elected .l"o'ckl lt Sunday Oct '.blle""" a week Inv to. m.a Nine our of AMTM. A D. Ittl. kM 111.d|1 of Hastings. Storage lot
wain .. The ---.11---: a .__ MOM l> OIF Of riM. MM kM made aaplk..l, .tl I
31 at s meetim of the delegates of Inner aohllnhod la MM dmaty sod sate ho fur a tea dud M .k> >MO< tkoNM. I I Modello H. S. Hlgginbotham. Buy a Home

the various churches:! In the First This Ctatobrr ..... 1MTK Sow OorUflMM ooiknoio the. follmrin* agent, Box 383. Homestead. ;:
OMrriM |>KH ni I. UM Coaoty of Dodo. ,
Saptist Church: of Homestead. At S. LBATRERoUN.Cbrk of Circuit Court. State of ,....... ......: (po -29) Buy Grove Land

8-30 the union will meet In this (Clrralt. Cant BnJ Lot I. Block I I. Monkvort HidilaaaW.: ': '
Flat Book a. ran U. la UM Calms Buy Glade Land
Ur M. SWIFT, Deputy CI.....
church for a service conducted: by B. C. PA VIR. ......_ tar Plaintiff of :. Bate of ::-. .1 1 1TM LEGAL NOTICES I
.sweat o( ..part. ..... It Is firm belief Out tilth9T .
the B. Y. P. U An young people'sunions lOrt n. W. New. I. IS. HIT I any
the MM '
salt 100. taMrd aaioo'
WM ta Ik* It
are Invited to attend. f "Vakaoom.. I ---t prices are IDlml.....
I UnbM MM orttlfk. ... <.kirk It the I"ulM.
of the cabinet last lf TRW CIRCITf rOtRT. FLRVKNTHFLOBIUA. : ta .n ot Mdomi.W
At meeting :
a JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I -ordlii< ta law uo nop+te ooorrthod: Doled this INb Aq of Dva't gash: ;a about price.Dcn' .
Sunday, the members voted to ask IN BANPFRT.PAPS I'Ol'N1'Y. theMe will .ko ..Ii to U* kick** kkMrr' B. B LEATHKRHAM $ welt,
.. UM Cant koMt diior M the flat 9h.-! Chink at Ctrealt Court. Buy Dow.Vcu'tl .
each union re-elect one of Its COM Ih. MlUBBITI -< Dodo cftorlda..
!! .AM N. IKISK. 1'1._. ... WALTER day In tko Month of NownoWr, IMI. wkvkw I
former delegates, to that not more B. ROBE lid...,.. the list day d KemillMl, 1MT "J,,I fit55.r! '.!I'I Court Seal BTERRItTt D. C. tlun' ma for this t.ilestian .
DOM Mia Saab du oT Rep ln .. .
than hajf of the new cabinet will BILL FOR DIVORCE: & BTiEAminWAW. toot. i. .. it. m B few months hence.
II an>Mria> or affMartt appended lHw .I/
1 1Arran
be unfamiliar with Its wosk.
Clrra of China Ooort.fJ I
hill ftttd la MM above mated raw hot
WalME. Raw the Drfoadaa tkorolnmrt >4* owA ty. >1orUa'lar IC.THI CIVIL ro liT fll' seaman fI' II. A. Cameron
w h b a ooo.raaMra* of tko. Btato WFlorMa. Caen ..A r f"! DAUB OUNTY.' Fl....'.>*. *.. '1' lNOTITi I

L. R' Nixon Grove Bought SOW Mi mUoar. b ..._. t" oNC.. lIT".'o.rTT D c OF SHKKirr-a GALS -
(Oct I. t. U MARTYN LUMHtlH COMPANY. IKC .. .. ,. ..
plaintiff. that Wen b aa prraun In tat Itll f: dour .of t%. County r nrl H. '. 'I b
By Brooks This Week, sat '"f VI-..... the' ....... at .obnor.a ...'v-ntt+' !'!.Rill w... DIXIEAMUaRNNNT I (:.unty. ......... ta ,... city .l III"mf.
COMPAsi. a .rMreths.ik ..
.pun wines would Mad ..10 DofnidaataooKlkal hrI_. tkr ham "I 'I"'" *
.k* b 'on* too alt of twmlyoMvlalnt NOTICEIF ArnwiTiour'" FOB TAX i ..... I A. M. and tune .'....._ F kl on N.. .>....
...... I. .la shown" .nMad that Mid DM50Chanter rrnct in HEREBY CVFM that i. *''"
_NOIdtM tof.-.I .be and .M la k... WIT, A... of Illl. Flh No. ......1 I B. C. L L'MAN. M RMriff al DodaJ! rta': ea wat l NoronilMr.Ind a..d; thud.t'aaaq
The former L. R. Nixon grove, k _I..... 1. appear a the Bill d 0.- NOTICE IS HEREHT GIVEN that B. |Cnamty. Florid. and ky rhr. ., ] JSOooV.*swan !.r FWUU1af". "iSdoMTiboil
consisting: of 10 acres fronting 660 flM la MM mass *a ot k>.tae.Nad.s. P. BarfWd. Insider ,.f ear and Essay, writ of noputhia iMntafor tatnd set ofMM M Indian to-wltt.
Tai Cmirtrato No. 4IM oMwd Ik* l.t dv akoro. rntHM Coort woa the JMVBoat .,..
the atk dar of Diiiiiil. A. D. | I af UM Wit roWtloa
of Block
feet on Krome avenue ,north of 1117. otkrrwM UM alharatloM of MM Mil j of Aorart. A. D IMS, km noel MOM, to .atmd I II Ik. anon ...... MUMkan Let IS rf Coral (.bla." a ......1.,. ..
avocado drive, was purchased this will k. taaoaj .. whoMi ky MM DeWtead..t lor d.: .ad kM node Application for a. I hale spas UM following doKntod. of alloftfcoNWHof Baden?. T..."-
ht to oo IMuM "We" BoMtllktu C.
week Brooks Inc. from Mrs. ...._ pr.p.assoil t shy M ...... BOOM 41 EaH. (lorn*
by _
It t> fwtkor onknd that this ordor ...1 UM Mhwiaarapntr Lola 1* mNstowsdalwh. R UM N'* of tko any of tkr r-WS ..ISortb
W. / Krome.J. oklbkrd .*eo a week (... tare lUMKotlTowook .. ta UM Coontr of boda Boa of. LIHKKCT: CITY. aahdlvhiaa. of Doi 11. all ta Dado Count. Klo'M.aad ..
In Has, tend LMdW.Kot. ..rpi<.... an FbrMa, to-wll! i c-.&?, EMI;., an lliK to FMtkwonf. _I.. to plat tiw.o.f..1 "nlta
R. Brooks; resident manager __paor aMluod la tall [...", and Lot i. Block.uL.I. )'''' ot Blka. .- I Iof __ ,. Plot Book 1..t Flat Book W. runs *.. Poohlk- in..-
said Unpacking house and CQUip. BtatoTkto. Midway. a Plot Book a. van I/ pass TS. d the PuMI Binroi of Pod ordi of Pod .,..,.... Flartda. .*d
Isis UiNkin MITC. Li.: .ta UM c....* of Dodo ..... at \ O...it. FbrMa.U I .hidiilr
ment nhed M the property .could B. LBATHKKKAIf lb. Rrhpony of the. d,... Mod .... a-.rdnt*f MMJ to a dntMtlourti ta MM "** '.""i".
be )headciuarler of the grove de of Clrank Coarl Too 10 in..i.t of MM MOIIOIU Smear J_.. 01IB AMUSEMENT OOairANV.ooraoratlon .
(Ctnt.lt Coort: Moil UM MM earMiMalo anood ... ...tW BOOM ..> and the oo "..*. aw Mllu ftari" JOHN 1. LINMIT.
velopment and spraying tiro. Aft Uuhsawe.talee ..__. A. D. IMI. kMw*. tk*
Mr M. SWIFT liptoll. 4 | Aa ........ hammer ta Ci shame
Parr A clam BulMMa lu* roan Babeayn am ....,.... DIME \ow ......... .raal koan of aala arty atoooa .--.. (-.I..n''I' I
BulMlnc.tOri. 'l.Mdls' m .... tM pesp.rty d.a.elC.4Vow111 of n tko I.e..a and two V.lork b tkarftor. I
... tI l Mor o. U, 1Ot) : wdl .be aoItI .. W ........, bSMvM ..... on MM 4.,. at the. *.lk rr- NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB VAX
tho Man" Maw der .. .... /k.t lion ft the Coart Hooo. ta Hlaini Dad PRIM
DRKLS.AKERSDENTIST NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR Tn :del N the' ...nth of tb.NAT,. Itn. 0_... (>: unt*. ,....... I will dew for .... oodma Fit Mo. IMII
; Y N.. Nis 611, of Mww.h.r. $N7.0.A. .
DSLOChaplw ., pail..ory. to tko high" and Retina b korrkr (Iron that HM>T A
Par. A.ae d y'iJ"". A-cats .. thin talk day d __. lop.L .Mot bidder for M sad ...... tile 1' ,1'....., Mdor M MPWM of City of OlowdTaa
HOTICI 1S RERKLV .than D..N J& I.IATRKIII,. .' I">..* dioirniii MMim M the mowrtf CMIftrnol NuMkorod U7H dawd the
. MankiH. Mute of MM and CooMy ToaCortlfleaM [Ink of CIt C N.. da>l Issued MM Stk day ofAno Bod say. FbrMa.,,"0.<*t ,CortlflMbi I* nqr offlro, and kM matt awIkrotteo
One Boefut I a. SB." ta I pus SB. *. A. D IM. IMO MM MOM M MToffwa. I CbuuBJ Court SatBy C. CCtrMAM ,, for taa dord t* bra tkomn taotoardooM
aad kM Md aavHMtMa for a Ma'I H f. rrr.ltr.ETT.' : A : a* sheriff of ftado Coaatr FbrMa I web law. BaM CorlHuwMoMkrnoa
.SBMUrs f if U And.M k* heed.tknoon. SaM rorUftaat Jftrfc U. L. "I ; ,)1ronna Br IL O KARKNIEBB, l>Mut( Ikrrtff : tko Miowloc unwobul. OMvaortnHMtod
oMkrnoM Cko folk.>...< _rn id craoortrIn P. GRILEV '. ta Dodo Coooar. Florida ....1
Closed. aalerdayaFree the Gaily. of Dod,. But of rlwk* I *".' -APTI.rr TWM FOB TAX It Plaintiff.I0 I' Lot II. aisle lo. Bprlm O.rn
PBBD | t. L s. B. t*. lull fut ... ta tko Cloy' o*
'warmsNR1t of ew1( d 15(4. In% d I rasp... '''". A.. of r.... Fit n*. on. 5.s ..., c.-'b.: ,* BUM ..0.sness..c
.Parblnj Space 5.11.5 Towokta NOTICE HKBKBr GIVEN 'Malnat. "j Fl.rtd*.
89114,911114. It w.::swe.kdM I ... la ..II.. W BUM and (loantrru NOTICE OF MAKT1B-S BALL 1 Tkr a of MM p Ann-- ....
UM K.; W. MTtt W.. MIAMI U ACM ran or kM. In the County of I OrtlflMt Mo. MI ....... The Ilk1k NOTICE IB HKITKHY GIVEN that laNWMao ,tk* MM CorlHtooM k>*>4 WM la Ik. MM*
..IUlJnH's Undo. .... Or FlorMaTko I l<*r, A. D. trsa, kaMod MOM > of loo Float. Dorro. of two d u.__
''HONE mnuaunt c.loI.T"L; = :In m* offtM. and boa Md aaallwth.i| rtoMT. ..4ere4 o. tko and day of tfcwnMMrT V.- sad CorKCIaaW ..... W too*,anod
MMwMs... kin 1ta did ao M Lod ton..wGMfkla A. O. '. la tko .. Court aorardloc ta law; taa d-d will boo
oft Unknown.PnlrM .: .ubr..w tIIr ___ d..1.' the Sheath Jnolrfol Cleave la aad ,. inure oo tka tlk dar of KoMaoVr A.
.N onrUfwaot doll W lifc.nndtlmuM .: ..o..q' : the Oauatr of Dad. Mate, J J"CoU COOM clue/... ta Ckaawrr. N the .
_I.. a .... W Newry d..IhM 09 ::iruta roM MW ooodlnov aikmln Tat DDAMS this tetb our d 0aInI000' A .
will to oM to the Meteor .....r Ti llUrk la, Otwat Cokba, \solo Sumo, ,.... a PI.maa 1111. .
the Curt .has doer on tow dm "-" BM L. Plot Book I. oam M. ta the I UC. tan, b tk* Plats and Juan R. MIt _.. K. .. UA1'IIf.1I."N
FOBe1'll .. M tko wait of _.... IU1 wkfck 'I our ot tow Sou o< Fbrido. ..., an P.fiad.nt. '0..'" .... C "' >
Ik* dtk dar of OoMuuWa. = The. oOMOtawwt .f Mid *iniii.. tads'! IMIt-D tko aa.intaanl II...*, M dloMd U.Ja = Fkoua.
S4-BB AMBULANCE SERYICt; Dad tCb lltt dry of .... 1M7 .JM U orrtlTvaM sense WM ta tko same ( kr ark dwrM and .la ordrr to Asre" > Climate e-rt'.....
L B. LIATH.IUoI: AN' I at B. M. Brail 1, and Mtbfr the loan win offer forla By K. C. fTTKBrnr II i
Lady AUdveUBt Chink of CI..... Cam*. Lair MM orrUflrnui And kr roo.noid ot aniolb aortkM aM { lost I'. It ib H... 6. 111
Ondo Cwontn FkfM d .egs41sp M e.4wy -4! "hof"t -
" Phone 864-R .homestead Fla. CInoa CsuAt.wi.. : harm.. will .law4. tlM ..,..
Er M. ee -rtltllrn'f.: 7R'CI e.r ar w Met h.r'.w M tr"flr.t'' 9-at.NT 1 ADS
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Page Twelve TEE LFADER ENTERPRISE Friday, October 27, 1937

Redland School Will Hold Annual 1

Carnival on Friday of Next WeekNext ; Chase& Shipment Fmh :

;. oj. ... .::....- j Sanborn / r Candied 1d

...._ Friday evening, Oct. 21J,1dtecI by the wpltomom. Fruit ;
will be carnival time at the Red-actor will be: Cohen 1'h'1 Dated for
'. land school, and everyone In tho Marie Nelll, Suzy Leggett, 'FRUITCAKE
district to Invited to Join In the fun.c.roce, Robert lllvcra, Charles .
Tre freshman boys will have apirr and Gertrude Cree Coffee
baby ahow; the freshman girls A. There will be bingo( games, lrch. t 1 bulk
moving picture show; the ifnthnyi. penny throwing, fortune tellgrade Ib. or
girl\ a costume Mew. riding bean guessing I popularity I package
the fourth grade a negro oab'eontel' 27c
and a fish' pane&
show There will be also, an athThe P.-T. A. will begin to serve I -. .
: Ielle show and boxing! matches supper at j.30, and hot dogs< tutm.I! Juliette
"The Two Dicks" la two acts burger and cold drink will be on'
a hilarious mix--up, will be prc- vile. I Meal or Grits :
Flour 20 lb. bag 95c
5 Ibs. .. 10c .
No More Cat Fights on Station WIOD 1 '

After Shift to New.FrequencyT'tJe aYi j MAINE FANCY
New radio enjoyment I I. in'In congratulatory speeches Offl-j Irish Potatoes It b I8c: '
store for the people of Homestead I I cials of the National Broadcasting, 5Ibs ..__ _.,_1c
and the surrounding territory when'Company and other nationally!
Station WIOD Miami, shifts to Its,known figures also will extend Dry
new 610 kilocycle frequency Tue*.i felicitation to WIOD on Its new LIBBY'Sr Fag
day, Oct 28 The shift in frequency .I frequency \ Fruit,
will permit the Miami station Station WIOD will maintain Its MILK 3 tall cans ZOC
to tend Into Homestead a much I 1000 watt power for the present j! Ib.. ..... .-.. .15c
stronger algnal than It now trans- time but station officials said to-!
mite on 1U present 1300 kilocyclefrequency ''day that Increase in power. would, Sunlight! Country Roll Standard
'be a logical sequence to the frequency -I
WIOD plan several gala pro'I change. I BUTTERlb.38cSWIFT'S Corn or Peas3No.2cans
gram Tuesday to mark the frequency f The new frequency without ad-' 27c
change. The station will I dltlonal power will permit VflOOi -
sign on at 6:10 a.m that day with I to bureau Its coverage area *ome*
aa all star variety ihow which will three and one half times, according|!; JEWELLARD Van Camp's
last for more than one hour. Outstanding to expert radio engineer who have I
musicians, singer and made an extensive survey of the; 4-lb.pkg. 45cVEGETABLES Pork& Beans
comedian will be featured on the field which WIOD will cover. ', :.
tint program to be broadcast over Slight Interference which WIODI; 16-oz. can .. .. 5c
the new frequency has occasionally suffered from I
Another gala show will be a South Carolina station which+ osm Baltimore Pack *. '
broadcast from B:49 to 8:41 p. m. was also on the 1300 kilocycle frequency 1
Tuesday. In edition to outstanding: will be eliminated by the | Fresh Meats ;TOMATOES2No.2cans.15c
entertainers, official of east coast i shift to (10 kilocycle, the engineer
cities, and counties will be heard declare. ; ,
I 010
i Large Firm.LETTUCE FREE ONe Glass Del Monte Early

with All Sweet GardenPEAS

'Oldest Chevrolet 2 heads, __ u 15c OLEO

lb. ..._ _r_ ._ 19c No. 2 can "'r 17c., j
Fresh TenderSPINACH .1
Dealer East Coast Armour's Star Winslow'I
on Asparagus Tips! : 'I

2 lbs. u. on. 15c Sliced Baconlb. Mediumcan 15c i

;.. nr SINCE Garden box .. 41c
\ BUSINESS) w.u.rwt MARCH imTRUCKS u. All in one
ALAN PEAS Western Fruit Cocktail :

21bs. ___ u.. 29c Round Steak tall can n" 15cR '

1937 Chevrolet 157" D W Cab and body;rood condition Nancy HallYAMS I lb. ... .. .. 28c Del Monte Peeled Whole ,1 l

; good tires; mechanically A-l. Chuck
1936 Chevrolet 15r D W Cab and body; mechani* 5 Ibs .. .. .__ 19c Beef Roast No. 21/ ca n.. 25c !.1
cally in fine shape; checked over thoroughly.

York C klni' lb. .._ _...n... 25c, Del Monte Melba Halve ;t
1930 Ford D W job; good condition;priced cheap.j" PEACHESNo.

APPLES Swift. Premium
1930 Chevrolet cab and body; good paint; tires. No. 21z can _. 1ge, ''I
-5 Ibs ft... 17c HAM .
\ 1928 Ford Pickup; looks good Jots of wear'yet. .
Eastern Delicious Eat- 2 center 31C )
IngAPPLES Slices _................. Dill Pickles s :
J USED CARS : i id
e Lean MeatySpareribs quart jar ..._ 15c '
; 1933 Chevrolet Sedan; new paint; new seat cowers N.B.C. or Sun.hine'j
3 Ibs 14c j
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; new tires; motor good shape; no draft u. Crackers :

ventilation. Fresh I lb. ____ .. 22c All 5c sizes t t
1934 Chevrolet Sedan; new paint; new seat covers BROCCOLI Copeland Pure PorkSAESE 3 pkgs.for .__ 136 : ;
; new tires;no draft TenUJationf goof! .
condition. > lg. bunch :_. 20c Armour's Star ; !

1936 Chevrolet DeLuxe Town Sedan; radio; new Long Crisp lb. .... _.. ...-40c: Peanut Butter, ,1 i ;t tlb

tires; good paint; a better used car. jar ......._.> l5c :
CELERYStalk Fresh Shipment
1932 Ford V-8 Sedan; tires good;paint good; mo- Beechnut ''

tor in fine condition;well worth the price. i 12cGolden OYSTERS Baby Foods

Bird I Ripe Standards, qt. ........ Mf 3 jars 25e

'goes i BANANAS Extra Select, qt. ...... 80c< N.B.-C i

Local Fresh' DressedFRYE.IS BARS 1
Chevrolet 3 Ibs. IDei'
i' lb. 1st""
,.4. .._. .. .
New CropPECANS Red Pitfeti Sow ,
Co. !I R>. ..........,35c. i

1.N.XreM A,e. Phone 98 1tJ. ..........-c.,..-. 2& HenS, lb. ___ 3k 3nt15c
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