The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00296
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: September 27, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00296
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Local Guide Map to Keys Tourists

Seen Good Advertising for District

l Armed Forces of Nation Draw Twelve PROJECT"TO .

:From This Area Within Three MonthsTwelve

young men of the :Red- navy, and two, the marines. They
land District have enlisted or applied are:

for enlistment in the armed Theodore Franklin, who hat

forces of the United States within been stationed at Camp Jackson,
N C as a second lieutenant of ENDORSED RY CHAMBER
SAME NIGHTBoard the last three months. Nine of
the army for three months _. ..
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these made out applications In the .
Roy Campbell, who wen honorsat
past two weeksMine CMTC at Fort Screven, I
a camp
Asserts Authority Distribution at Toll Gate
chose the army; one, the Ga. this summer, William Moffctt I
Then Shows Personal Richard and V. C Ritch of Homestead Official _.h..report of th. subtropicalEprriment Seen as Avoidanceof
atatha. H..d. Fl.rida.D.b .
ities Not Involved and Richard Mattson and Waste
FALL FROM I ROOF Earl Rohrer of Florida City left i M.I' .111I'I .. Bar K.!. ,I
Sept. 20 84 71; 29 93 I.52
,VOTES TO 1 AGAINST Tuesday for the army camp at Sept. 21 78 73 29.98 I.76 I RETURN BY nEII )[..\ ()
McDill Field, Tampa Dukes West
2 "APPOINTMENTS" OF SHOP FATAL has been at McDIll Field for six Sept. 22 86 69 0.951 I AREA TO BE INVITED
Sept. 23 80 70
I weeks
Building Custodian Not TO Me II. STEVENSMoses Charles lichen bcrllcr has taken Sept.Sept. 24 25 88 92 66 66 29.97 2997' Signboard Promotion For

; Retained Due to Depleted examinations for entrance to the Sept. 26 69 29.821| Highway Here Not
I naval air school at Pensacola, and
I TreasuryIn ApprovedA
H. Stevens 65 carpenter Charles Little has taken examinations
and former TEC section foreman for the air corps.
motion passed by a vote of I army BOND DEFAULT move to publicize the Redluwi
here, died Monday afternoon I Banks Byrum, who enlisted in
r four to one alter tint being District to the thousands of tourWe
of Injuries suffered In faU from
: a the U. S. marines the early part
ruled cut of order the directors a roof. Funeral services were con of the summer, Is at Paris Island, HOLDS IIANEVS who make the Oversea Highway -
of the Redland District Chamber ducted at 10 o'clock Wednesday S. C. Clyde Bowden will leave trip to Key West and could

of Commerce Monday night Instructed morning at the Turner Funeral within the- pent few weeks for easily visit this section on their
f Home by the Rev. J. J. Richards, Paris Island.HOSPITAL. MOTHER IN JAIL
the secretary to notify E. pastor of the Homestead Methodist return, was made by the Redlaml

H. Gallaher and Mri. Clna Stewart Church. Burial was in District Chamber of Commerce at

in writing that the board of Palm Cemetery, Naranja BOARD Mrs. Iola Haney, 41, charged a meeting Tuesday night

,I director does not affirm the action Mr. Stevens was injured lastFrld.y with being an accessory before The plan under way Is to distribute
morning He was assisting the fact in the fatal shooting of at least 80,000 folders, containing -
of the membership meeting J. E. Gossman In reroofing the SETS NOVEMBER her son, Texas Arkansas Haney a map photographs and

which purportedly him them is blacksmith shop of r. C. Henn 22, of Homestead, Is still In jail as descriptive matter of the district,
fruit festival manager andre- when he stepped on a board which also Is Ceo Stanley, the victim's at the Oversea Highway toll gate
cording secretary," respectively. broke under his weight He fell FOR DEDICATIONDedication cousin, charged with first degree at Upper Matecumbe. The folder
Immediately after of 14 feet and suffered injuries to his murder as a result of their Inability 'will be available also at vantallf'
back and head. He died at theJames to furnish bonds of $1,000 '
points In and along te
the motion, J. R. Brooks, the director I
of the James Archer
Archer Smith hofloital. each while awaiting action of the
highway south of Miami.
who made It, moved that -
1- A native of Tennessee; Mr:Stevens Smith hospital will\ take place grand JuryOrdered The guide map of the Redland
Gallaher be hired by the board to
the 1941 fruit festival. had been a resident of Homestead -I early In November, It was decidedat I held more than a weekago District would be on the reverse
manage I for 17 For two by a coroner's jury at Coral
"I want to make this motion years. years a meeting of the Institution's side of the folder and map which
prior to coming here he lived at I Cables, the mother and Stanleywere Monroe County and Key West distribute -
right now Just to show that there board of control and city officials
Key West offered their release under
Involved In I annually at tin highwaytoll
were Insistence no personalities observance of Surviving Mr. Stevens are his Tuesday night at the hospitalNo bond Tuesday by Judge Ross gate, and will be promoted and

our by-lawi which on give the board of :wife, Nancy; five sons, Moses E., definite plans were made Williams of circuit court following prepared by Joseph W John, who
Charles O. and John Stevens, all a habeas corpus hearing presented the plan to the chamber,
director complete charge of hiring because Dr. J. A. Smith, "father"of
I,of Homestead, Ceo. Stevens of Mrs Evelyn Haney, widow of In detailing his plan. Mr Johnsaid
and firing employee and receiving the hospital and Mrs E J.
'South Miami and William Stevens the victim, testified before Judge he intends to print at least
the chamber and,"expending Mr Brooks funds said. of who Is In the United States army Dyad, a member of the board, Williams that her husband told I 50000 of the booklets for distribution

'Mr Stewart' services-actual- at Fort Oglethorpe, three daughters plan to leave on trips soon Upon her shortly before he died at the at the toll gate at Upper
Mrs. J. R. Ellis: of New Smy- Kendall hospital that "he shot
ly those of custodian of the building their return arrangements for the was Matecumbe and at vantage points
rna, Mrs. J C. Relthmeier of Bun- for his $3,500 Insurance" In Miami.In .
not retained. They ceremonies will be made and a I
had been dispensed with several neU and- Mrs. W. R. Revell of date fixed. I Haney was shot July 7 while approving Mr. John's plan,
South Miami, and a sister, Mrs i riding In an automobile with
months ago by the board for lack I By-laws for the operation of the the board of directors reserved theright
Perry Hawkins of Granite City, Stnaley. He diod about two weeks
of funds after 30 days' trial at J13 111 hospital also were discussed at the to approve or disapprove all
a week. She had been hired under meeting This matter also was ago After the shooting, both advertising contracts and suggestions
the previous administration by J. deferred until a later date. Haney and Stanley told officersthe of Mr John, so that only
i Wi English, chairman of the 1940 : City officials who attended the shot was fired accidentally points of genuine Interest to tourists .,
i festival committee, with his per LIONS TO SEEKCLOTHING meeting were Mayor Tom Harris, The alleged statement by H to his wife that the shooting was A. R. Livingston Ben Archer J.
sonal guarantee of her first Councilmen Frank B. Rue and W. ,
month' salary. The new board FOR R. Bird and City Attorney Ira C. no accident started the police R': Brooks and T E Kirby were
' carried out the agreement for the Haycock, Board members present probe which led to the arrest of named as a committee to work
month' trial and paid the salary were Carl Deden Dr. Carl F. his mother and cousin. with Mr John.

for that time, but felt obliged to NEEDY PUPILSThe Robinson, A. D. Fogle, Luther L. Mr. John said the folder will
terminate the arrangement when Chandler, Harold Sheffield and I (Continued on Page Eleven)

I' the treasury showed a deficit. Mrs. Dyal. NATION URGEDTO
The move to reassert the board's annual drive of the Red- Voter RegistrationTo

authority over the finances: of the land District Lions Club for used Diamondball Series FACE FACT Tie Ended Oct. 12 If
chamber came at the regular wearing apparel to be distributed
meeting of the directors following 'among needy children of this district For ChampionshipTo Oct 12 Is the registration dead

the membership meeting Monday will be conducted Sunday, Start TonightThe WAR THREATENSA line for the coming presidential
night. Both meetings had been Oct. 6, It has been announced. election of persona who have become
characterized by vigorous Interest Robert C MacDonell will be in "little world series" of 1 eligible to vote since the lout

in a proposed publicity project for 'charge, assisted by John Neafseyand the local diamond bJl leagueto plea that this nation wake up primary, points out Carl Holmer,
(Continued on Page Eleven) Dr. Carl F. Robinson. decide the H4I cham.ahI. .,.- and face the fact that It Is teetering Jr, supervisor of registration for

Lions Club members, assistedby ., postponed several times on the brink of war and may Dade County
1940 Drivers Licenses Boy Scouts, will collect the on account of rain. Is sched- I undergo the same terrorism and Mrs. W. B. Caves is listing registrants .

Will Expire Tuesday I clothing in a house-to-house can- sled te get ender way tonight appalling destruction that is for Precinct 111, which Includes
,vass. Persons wishing to make announce F. D. Mock, president sweeping England 'was made by Homestead, at her home,
Motorists have until Tuesday to ,donations have been requested to ef the league. Lee Mason, announcer for radio 107 N.,E. First avenue. Mrs. Flora
buy their 1941 driven' licenses prepare their bundles before the Teams representing the station WIOD, in a talk before the D. Myers, town clerk of Florida
The 1940 permits expire Oct. 1, arrival of the collectors so that Breoker L. m"e r Company Redland District Lion Club Tuesday City, is registration clerk for Precinct w
The licenses may be obtained at work can be expedited and the W. P. Hers Company .night. 114 at her home on Eighth: .
the Legion Ug office operated by The wearing apparel will be will sMnpetej for tin enwn. The meeting'.' sf "ladies' night" street, A. W. McVicker, for Precinct
Wm. J. Geronimo and at the office turned over to Parent-Teacher Associations Brooker won the second half was held at the FoUlard Restaurant 112 at his store In Princeton;
of Justice of the Peace Sid 1. of Homestead and Red-i of the duuneerftall schedule In Homestead because the L. C. Smith for Precinct 111 at
Kendrick. land. I and Items w.. taw first half. (Continued on Page Eleven) Goulds Supply Store in GClu1dJ.f .


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Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, September 27, 1940 1:

i and woman, from every county Inl I Welfare Group Will Fete Marks Opening-
Ii State Home Society Cares fortO,000 I I IIII the state, who make up the sponsoring -, Distribute Food Oct. 2: Of Walton Market
committee in every city I
Orphan Children in 30-Year Period
town in Florida.
I Redland District distribution ol f DeFunlak Springs, Sept 28,
I The home society generally is : (FNS)-The opening of.the Walton .
Jacktonvllle, Sept. 28.-MarcuiC homeless, helpless orphan childrenand regarded as "Florida greatest food from the surplus commodity County Livestock Market her
'Daddy" Fagg. state superintendent the bringing of lasting Joy to charity" It has no support from warehouse at Miami will take place, recently was celebrated wit a
of the Children' Home thousands of childless couples all any state or federal funds and is' Oct. 2, announce Curtis E Lee,,, fish fry and barbecue .
Society of Florida, on Sept. 13 over the state. Many of these supported by free-will gift of: member of the welfare board in The new market, which was
started his slat year In caring former wards are now filling positions money food and clothing. sponsored by the DeFunlak
District 9.
for the homeless, orphaned and of honor and distinction in Everybody in Florida is urged Spring Kiwanis Club, was provided -
'leu chanced": children of Florida. this and other states. by Mr. Fagg to become an active I The food, which will include po-, through the co-operation of

During the past 30 yean the This whole job has been done partner In the great state-wide, tatoes, lard, salt pork and canned Nathan Mayo, commissioner of agriculture -
Home Society, under Mr. Fagg't under the personal direction of 100 non-sectarian child placing service.I' milk, will be distributed from the, and William L. Wilson,
direction, has extended 1U aid and of Florida's most prominent citizens "Daddy" Fagg personally sends' West Grocery in Homestead, the director of state market
care to over 40,000 abused, mistreated who compose the state boardof his sincerest gratitude to all who Princeton and the The local market Is intended to
deserted, afflicted, un- directors, another 200 men and have aided him in this farreaching -, Pratt Grocery in serve the counties of Walton, Oka- ,.
W. W Woodson store in GouldsMr loose, Holmes and Washington, officials .,
wanted, homeless and needy chil- women who direct the activitiesof and absolutely necessary I .
dren from every county, city and the society's branches at Pen- service. His headquarters are at I Lee said only persons having laid.
town In the state These children sacola, Lakeland and Miami and 40 Buckman Building, Jackson certified commodity cards may receive I It Is planned to hold livestock:
were from just a few hour old to another 2,000 choice citizens, men ville. I the supplies. auction sales every week.
18 yean of age, and of everycreed
and belief.

Almost $3,000,000 has been voluntarily -
contributed to the society:
by thousand of men, women and
children, individually and through c-
churches, school, lodges civic and
,women' clubs young people's organizations t s3
business firm and
ether groups
The number of children cared ,,lop !, 110
for has increased from 90 in 1810
to an average of practically 2,000
annually, The income has increased -

from,IMS than $4,000 in .. ::
1910 to an Average of $130,000 annually ." .. '..:9/1. NEW
The number of givers has mail
Increased from 157 in 1910 to NE

practically: 50,000 annually. j
In 1910 the society: owned no 0 T
property and was crowding its >
children into one rent-free cottage -
in Jacksonville: In 1940 it
owns, free of any Indedtedness,
four receiving home properties in 1941,
Jacksonville! Pensacola, Miami
and Lakeland, with a dally capac-
ity of 250 children-and serving s
nearly 2,000 children each year. j

Three workers, an elderly ma-
tron a colored cook and "Daddy" In some year, tome cart New, slower-action springs i

Fagg, composed the entire staff of take a big jump ahead. The give allow, gentle, gliding I

has workers in 1910. Now the society ,... '... Ford Jots that for 1941. movement. newly Jfi itJttahiliter
a staff of 43 trained and experienced -
workers that cover the i helps absorb road '
# It hat jumped ahead in .
entire state.Only :. "1 shocks, and maintains bal \' t
.. .. 61.,. It' the Hteut Fordwe've ti .
52 out of the more than AIII: ance on harp curves and in
40,000 children 'aided have died ';' es" ,. ; Ts: ever built inside and winds. t 1 ,
during the past 30 years, which "..,. Its U'iJer.has a lonjerwkttlbfit. cross H t

fives the Florida Society the lowest Its testing room 111 ore rapid acceleration to

t the fntlrtlllticm.orphanage ,mortality rate in ." .:,.., .. !is widert; by.. much as 7 match its familiar peed and

incIies.It has new wide makes this Ford
This record las been made possible power new
through the services of near- doors and itmtcoctalfjrttnninf an even livelier car to drive*
ly 100 of Florida's most outstanding twtrJt.
physicians and dentists and These are only a few of
the fine co-operation of hospital, Youll notice also a new this new car's outstanding
all of whose services were given
,without compensation beauty achieved by a skilful features. represents all the

One of the society's greatest blending of mass with longerft rich experience gained in

contribution has been the drafting owing lines. Larger innj- building more than 28 mil.

of and securing the passage of shield and windows give betlion motor cars.
such welfare legislation during the
vision all around.
past three decades as the Juvenile ter Any Ford dealer can give

court law, child labor law, com- ::f- One of its bluest advanyou many good reasons for
pulsory education law, wife desertion
bill, appropriation for the- -+{t' tages i is the view soft ,.,J,. making this your 1941 car.

slate industrial schools for girl ,
mid boy at Ocala and Marianna, ; .
the Florida crippled children's
commission and the state welfare
board act.

The society's! greatest and most
far reaching service, however, has
been In securing thousands of the s
finest adoptive and foster family
homes for thousands of utterly
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OATH OF OFFICE Radio Star to Push and Inter. 1'draft, betweeTthe ages of IS and pounds and produce (00,000
'I Florida Citrus Fruit Miss McBride was selected ts 35, Is 23900j.according to war pounds of oil which at current
"Radio's No. 1 Personality" by department figures Estimates
WILL, BE GIVEN Lakeland, Sept. 28 (FNS- Rollins College and she was presented place the number subject to call market prices will be worth be.
an official scroll by the In the nation at It.404.000. tween two and three million dol-
Mary Margaret McBride, populari state at the Florida state exhibit
PATROLSTODAY i I radio commentator has been engaged -
; In New York during Florida Week NITS NORTH THREE lIILLIOSFiorlda'i
by the Florida Citrus Commission -
l.fI.JGw.D I
Members of the safety patrols of to conduct series of network 239000 SUBJECT TO DRAFT tung nut crop for the TN[
; programs designed to popularize The number of men In Florida I 1940-41 season Is expected to be : A
the Homestead and Red land Florida citrus fruit this fall 1 ,estimated to be subject to the In the neighborhood of 10,000.000 ___
school will receive their oaths of
office simultaneously with patrols -
throughout Dade County In
Installation ceremonies to be conducted -
over radio station \\QAM
at 1 30 o'clock this afternoon The
ceremonies will be under auspices
of the South Florida Motor Club. Save1i
Those to be sworn In at the
Homestead school are: Eldred ', '-
Gilmer, captain, Sheridan Miller,
lieutenant, Paul Rue, lieutenant,
Jay Newton. Bruce Scott, Don
Done, Roger Glenn, Robert Spear 80n
Gordon Dill, Lynn Irwin, Albert
Byrum John. Little, Ben Bechdol
a.;,. and Albert Newton.
. The Redland patrol is composedof
'" John Landron, captain: Ken-
neth Greer, lieutenant, Carl Greer,
Herbert Lunn, Geo John and ..; : .. tSave
Geo. SIsk. M
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Last Rites Conducted : .
, For Charles Bryant ; :-.

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'" Funeral services for Charles

Bryant, 58, farmer, who died Sun-
day at his home In Princeton, were
held at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon -
, at the Princeton Methodist 6.551Students' !

i Church, with the Rev. J. E. Wailer -
I officiating Burial was in Palm
a'' Cemetery, Naranja Turner Funeral Suits
f Home had charge of arrangements -
I' .
; Mr. Bryant was a native of
22.50 Value/ !
e Georgia and 'came to Florida 25 ;:s d ;
t years ago He is survived by his
t wife, Mrs. Mamie Bryant, four
r sons, Stafford, Roland and Kenneth -
t Bryant of Princeton and Ray
Bryant of Canal Point, two ill
: daughters, Mrs J. L. Strickland
'. and Miss Helen J. Bryant both of
'h r r Canal Point: four brothers, S R
Bryant and J. E' Bryant both of Extra
, 1 Folkston, Ga., 'O F. Bryant of ContraltllllJ { 1
Jacksonville and R. A. Bryant of
Slacks, 4.00 Ate
Princeton; two sisters Mrs J. L. ,ry
Williams and Mrs Louis Allen .
both of Jacksonville, and five
grandchildren Tropical
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Funeral services for Carol Inez Gabardine
Branch, seven-month-old daughter -
of Mr and Mrs InlnB. (Jack) .
Branch of Miami, and granddaughter -
; of Mrs Lester Walkup of R Double
l Florida City, were held at 3 r ;
f o'clock Saturday afternoon at the l Breotttd
I Gautier Funeral Home, Miami. .
The body was sent to Millwood,, ;
i Ga., for burial. The child Is survived Pleated P
also by a brother and two Slacks "
other grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Slide'
B. G. Branch, formerly of Homestead -
I but now residents of Miami. Fastened s ;o

Mrs Jack Branch Is the former .
Miss Lois Whitehead of Florida
City. Practical
We wish to express our appre-
ciation for the great kindness and f
sympathy shown us during our recent Wrinkle resistant
bereavement.MRS. -these suits hold
M. H. STEVBNS a press swell!
AND FAMILY. Tan, blue, green,

CARD OF THANKS gray or brown ;
We wish to express our appre- Sues 33 to 40.
ciation for all the kindness and
sympathy shown us at the loss of
our husband and father

The BRYANT FAMILY. Men's New Felt Hats Save 5.00! Actual 19.95 Values, Reduced!

Prompt, Courteous Service 49 Our best teller-those crisp, S
2_ and-worsted tropical suits mohair149

right the year 'round in

gle breasted, 3-button coat plain
3.00 volveilTropical I.(0 4.... febMe
in back. Pleated 1 slide-fastened
.setaly' ....!
Service StationJohn weight, fur felt trousers. .."'yl., .k..,*
Green medium
E. Davis Ian. and, pearl e.Tan, Hue Reiular Long Fashion Tailored
Prop. gray. 0 Green Brows and Short Models a Site 33 to 42
S. Krome Are. Phone tilt

Store Hearst f to.WO; Sdll'cloto 1
Dr. Leonard W. > V
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1 Pare Four THE LEADER'ENTERPRISE Friday September 27 1940

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PIN ARCHEt _PrMloVM. said. Editor I 13f fr : .

BIIJOK1E LEACH AllCUr..___ --'Te- ........."'....................".................who

_____Swrttiry and Tr..srrSt'RSCRlrrtt7 I THAT the Redland man hat

I ... ..... .. ... \ ; a tev'en-toot blacksnake for a pet ;
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I ;: .. ..::." :.yo;:,,J{ ... '; :."'.;'. \ I, I ." .,,' I .... "'-. .. has no trouble keeping the 'blackboys
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I.::' Canner .. .fact :. .1 \ .). / ;I" '.'''''iI'I I at well at the rodents out ot'
I .( Pride r.. i-:_::= .Ills: (
i ..";." V M t ti hit grove.

The Tide Turns :;:t ; ;( ." 'O. : .

t roll of wide adhesive
The munificent defensive work w. + THAT a
>. > ar*' irtfrw I : ; low tape presented by a close relative .
of Enl:" t fighting planes and the ..
I :: h ..... effective
or ""'! sometimes serves at an
4m. "
of the British .
bulldog character :.--Vmfjk* l --: -j
... ':: --. hint to voluble young "buslnettmen'
of I -
people 111 the face the biggest
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air raids in history have brought j ". 0-: ,..< .. 16i '.' --= I who are
to tread.
angels fear
renewed hopes for an ultimate .
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British victory to America belt ;, : ;. :- _.

informed military expert Early 'r.: '.. :. .; : .:. .. '" > .: -' .2. ____ "': .J/Plr / I THAT example Homestead of hal"he an that Incredible .'

in August with the English defense -
knoweth not and knoweth not that
as yet untried against the 7IeOT j
not. '.
mussed raids of hundreds of he knoweth

bombers, they believed the German .a..a .Ja4A*&AAAAAA"AAAAALIBRARY ;
: :
high commands '.predicted i FACTS

victory within a week or'to when

the concentrated attacks finally I 1 1 1I AND FANCIES

started j' By MRS. J. E. GAUZENSTTTVpynnnnrln .
But huge bombing squadrons I

have struck again and again at I I
I II II Ii .
London and other British cities : i LBIRARY HOURS
'Monday Wednesday, Thursday.
ind there. no sign that England i '1I
3 t p. m.

Or hr contrary, aircraft defense I i Saturday, 9-1 a. m.; I-I p. m.
.IVI'-,rent I)' tightening up at the J PRODUCES I I '.9p. m.

110 i p, > gifise, *. well-informed t ?LoE/DA' 5osrr The day shall not be up to soon

nUl" ,\ the British losses are I' ass.
fin! 'nil,,, i Ii smaller than the Ger- IIAL.UABLG FUR. To try the fair adventure of to-
m..., I'd I Royal Air Force bomb- ./ I I morrow.-Shakespeare. .!

el i ,till, able to make sizeable : .

n' ,1-I upon Gormnn-held terri- I I Happy is that man or woman t:
ton I limn the northern coast ol LALONG -_ !! who can repeat these lines at
)''''II, t.. Bnlln" each day with
Florida's east coast there are NOT my long BRO the North Florida night and begin
Vic ,i lilt, i Ii ia| the war Is not
confine I I adventurer
the zest of a true
few interesting unusual OTTER skin known to sell
I III, flit' Battle of Britain and places more or was as high ls adventurer 1
It 1 I 'p I >led from London that than the famous BLOWING ROCKS rent as $25; Even on a depressed market it ''Because there Individual.I an .

largi ..,,01., operations in the Neal Jupiter Inlet. Here the coquina occurs bunfs a good price, depending on quali- I i I born I That to spirit every within which is ready

East m,\ be close at hand It is immediately along the coast. During; certain tv. Otters are found in practically every : I end willing to accept the challengeof
expected that any offensive by' stages of the tide and wind the water ertion of Florida but each year finds I' new fields to conquer: to

Gtrmnm in this section would rushes through pot holes in the rock them less numerous. Though not generally !,'meditate upon new schools of
take the form of a lightning raid with such terrific force that a spray I U known, Florida is one of the greatest .1 thought and accept or discard them

on British oil pipelines England forced high into the air. From this phenomenon otter producing states in the Union. according! as they apply to hit experience
Ia apparently expecting such i the locality takes its name. 1{ I II : to adjust oneself to ever
move. Oht!
changing economic conditions
From Rome comes the rumor I I limitless possibilitiesto
.... .... ...... .. ........ each day hat
that Mussolini Is not very happy .AAAAAAL..U ............ political or otherwise He says MN..MN/Nmll//NM/INN.NN./I quench the thirst of the true

about the turn of events The I Japan and the U. S. will be In a Children in ;.i.I'.i.I'i adventurer.And .

successful resistance of EnglandIs I CURRENTC03131ENT strained relationship (they are not pity that man or woman
unexpected for the Italian kissing each other now); that Eng i Judge Malcolm Ilatfleld who wakes to see the morning;
strong man was sold on the Idea land and France will be in hare :: light without recognizing one ray

that Hitlers war machine could ,I mony with Germany In a team-up .. ... of Intelligent expectation of the
conquer the British Islands almost BT AGNEW WELSH4.AAAAAAAA44AAAAAAAAAAAA.A against Russia; that Miami will ALARMING: TRENDS Glorlus Adventure" (with apologies -
at will. Now he Is faced: enjoy the greatest winter seasonIt Those interested in preventingjuvenile to the late Halliburton) that
with the prospect of a long war-( ever had and with warmer the coming day promises This
f"rI'hlen he is not prepared I weather (praises be); that a one. crime are alarmed to human
1 Edl..,. Not I Mr. With mleomoinmnwntA static condition of energy
during which the axis powers mustneees.arily on hU *. -......." whether time czar of underworld will pass note that during the past four has been developed because ot
weaker the, bo !. Bffr omoiit or At variants John years attendance at our churches
grow and England with hit otlnlow AiUroM torn..nl.I.rallori on; that L. Lewis will be false values
stronger to Acnm ""I.",. 141 N. C.16th brought to justice etc. etc. hat declined 30 per cent while the All this prologue leads to the
Nazi at. Miami Flo. tale of whiskey has Increased 220
sympathizers can lain only l o o fact that Osa Johnson In her book

one ray of hope from recent I Hitler violent word attack 'on Lest than a deceade ago one of per cent "I Married Adventure". began her
event* A change In German England for bombing Berlin is During the tame period Africa
the scions of the Reynolds tobacco general udventure not in the wilds of -
bombing tactics from mass attacks -)without reason. Is it a more sac I kings married Libby Holman benevolence declined 29 per cent but In her own home townIn
to split attacks-when red city than London. at which night club linger lie died later while the tale of beer increased Kansas when she fell in love
formation Inn out and strike atl I he has been hammering for weeks I leaving a son now seven The 317 per cent Contributions to the and married Martin Johnson. This

their It goes back to the old rhyme:: tier's guardian recently filed a Community Chest decreased 24 per couple who began life together

ratio cut obJ"I'tlIndlvldual1Yhal'' "Tit for tat; you kill my dog I'll I report showing he had spent in cent, while the tale of cigarettes- under the tame prosaic conditionsof
kill your cat' the last three years $1.701.940 for jumped to 48 per cent and the attendance millions of others, accepted the
one to two and a half to one at the movies increased challenge By meeting their problems
I the childt 'maintenance, education -
much German pilot losses. however, ire A New York religionist Is try I I'I and recreation". Though he I 41 per cent. I courageously they pushed on

alNtl'r. Fighting over their Iin. to have the ban. let down to 'yet hat $4.484.800 to his credit With church attendance down to greater things after each. victory .
own territory, many Royal Air admit 30 million, 30 cent and .
European refugees it looks aa though the boy wouldbe per moving picture
Force fliers survive to fight" again one argument being that It down to shirt sleeves when he attendance up 41 per cent, is there)i I In any venture the heroic acceptance :

01 while Interned Nazi pilots are either killed I would double our wealth. It might attains hit majority-and maybe any wonder that the Sunday school,' of hardships by the other

be another "noble experiment" but that II the best thing that could movement may soon be a thing of,:member or members of the party
By and Urge. however. American a dangerous one from several happen to him, ai a rich play-boy the past 'gives impetus to greater achievements

experts believe the picture angles Is a little less than nothing aa I I by the accepted leader of
hit chapped since the fall of a far as being any benefit to the I the party. He must keep faft\and
France. At that time many believed papers the Newt of Dayton and hit worthiness
The head of the Internal world it concerned. prove
England hid almost no revenue Springfield.I Ohio, and Miami, a4 1 I To anyone who should be.o ,
chance to lur'IN"w all teem department reports an Increase o Journal of Atlanta, says: "Few of l fortunate or unfortunate at to find
of llH.7a7.302: for "
the fiscal
to agree that the British chanceis A Tallahassee dispatch states ut, seeing how wastefully and Inefficiently himself In the wilds of Africa
better than SO-SO and year ended June 30 over the that Florida counties will i I 1
gets better re- our governments local there would naturally be adv n>
each diy the war progresses old previous Ike laid year."By When golly, guests told this the ceive $1012S.S7S of U and one- and national, are run will be' ture. Perhaps he would not have
half million paid In ai tax forthe '
old feller need gas wanting any more. governmentthan :the happy ending that the John
He Is happiest be' he king or It.right smart"Did year 1113'.40."Ye.., but," aa : we carl do without"Of sons had and bring back to civilization : .
peasant who finds, peace in his Books Carter say*. It goes to them valuable Information concerning 1
own home.-Oottfi*. i you g.t some of the inlay.. rtandhareaUke Instead of I the nearly eight billion dollars wild animal life I

new ,pennies, jo bright they resemble being prorated In proportion to earmarked for naval expansion But in "I Married Adventure', "
Man It the only animal that a quarter-eagle gold place* the amounts paid In. Th U a considerable turn Is being the real achievement was VIe
blush-or need to.lark The Philadelphia mint turned out where the little counties give
sal I spent In Florida In addition tothe Johnsons' ability to successfully
, Twain. more than 90 million, of them in the marry ha-ha: they: pay in but
'1.700,000 naval base for trainIng tackle first the American way at
August and nearly that number ta little.and receive to
; "
flyers, now 'under construe- life.
f'H.. who Ilve"th''book will never July About UWrtkllted wortJSmm (heir counties. This Injustice 'lion at Opa-Locka, Senator Pepper .

want a faithful friend, a what*. are workliuA( t-traur hiftll''not' end eo long M they .nnoMnew a ton millloti project 'In'business it teem,.to.be, a .

: some counsellor. cheerful companion to, meet the demand.' .their voting power 11II1 the. to be known u Camp Standing' popular psychological theory to .
,. or an effectual comfort, legislature rami .
i t and located"- at KeyttofM Heights bring expanses down tosn, everyday "
-laaad.8ef1'OW. Miami man proclaim1 himself a i nt en the map but probably a basil so that the amount.appears -
modem Mother Shipton on prophecy The erudite:' thoughtful :; ubdlvtakM nf the village of Key. almost negligible
God never imposes duty with* in which he'natwa a dozen ter Lock, 1x11(0(181 cohunilst. stone a down mile northwestofContinued .f Far instanc; we. are told It Costa
.... put giving Um *to do It--Hmkln. 'dlrt-lhtngt about tur happfn"'-teeal, the Hon. James rig:,;...ehakf l" ( On Pace as) J...' t.Centintssd.onPa PagelIrl....) rtw r

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September 27, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Five

..... .., .,,
i I --M 1/"
IIInIIlIIiilliliIIllllllllllllilllillllhIlli! / I the market; fruited three years family of Montctalr, N. J" are recent = = ted even though the material to
I ago and Is a cross between the arrival in Homestead, and(LIBRARrFACTSI draw from to about the same people << *
September and section
Pollock and Trapp; season
and October. Has small, they are very much pleased with _'_""....""''''"."".",,.....",.._..._, .
this section. Mr. Cameron and 1
20 Years Ago I tight seed is almost as round as family motored through in their I I (Continued Page Four) Otner bock to choose from In
;an orange. W. K Walton has car. He has already made {ONLY so much a day to enjoy a''our rental collection aw.
bought the exclusive right to bud- of property here and purchases is I new car, electric refrigeration, a I Night in Bombay' Louis
wood from this tree." radio, etc. So when we apply
111111i1iIIIiIII! / /Ii 111I 1111I1 III 111I11I! 1 IIIIUOh. I contemplating investing more. "I Bromfield.
-"Cecil Hook returned home, this theory to the current bestseller "New England! : Indian Summer
"Mr. and Mrs. Chesley Saunders -
Wowing. we aa.- Sunday after an extensive trip which your library has on -Van Wyck Brooks
'ad s..A..udN.lld_ ,_ film of the M...-.04... ..... through Kentucky, Ohio. and other are home again from Detroit. its rental shelf-two cent a dayis 'Mrs. Miniver"-Jan Strutlnr.
Mich., where Mr. Saunders
.. ..... ..._ entertainment.
W* a..a / WAed certainly cheap 'Stars on the Set"-F. Van
CIrl, 27.1614 with .... B._ states."A- working. ." .
sbftd ..-. TH pound boy arrivedto Wyck Mason."World's .
-"Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McVIck- In Marjorie Kinnan Rawlmgs'book tnd"-Upton Sinclair.Manana" .
stay with Mr. and Mrs. E
Sept. !3. 1920"Friends
er made a short visit to Fort Laud-
Schrader of Goulds last Tuesday I "When the Whippoorwill", -Sally Salminen.
are pleated to hear .n erdale this week." (Princeton.) I we find 11 short stories about the The Mulberry Bxwh"-Helen
Of the marriage of Frank B. Rue,, -"A. regular adjourned meet -"The Florida City Lumber Florida Crackers, the people whom Topping Miller.
a popular young Homestead man,, ing of council was held Monday began operations Thursday cO'1 the author know so well. "Gal "Love in the Sun"-Leo W alms-
to Miss Edith Montrose Prindle,,, night last to take up the assessment noon when the first kg was Young 'Un", included In this collection ley.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. roll and other business B. H. Edwards and E. A. Home, won the tint O'Henry
Prindle of Stamford Conn. ,. Resolution No. 73 fixing the rail- Jr., are back of this enterprise." prize for 1933. Florida's U41 automobile tag

The ceremony was performed at: lace for the year 1820 was introduced (Florid City.) I will be red and white red figures .
the home of the bride. After
by Finance Committeeman -" Mrs. S. S. Shields arrived : The average borrower keeps i on a white background, the
New York
a trip through state,,
left on the Wednesday night train home on Monday from a four book out ten days or Ie... What same as were used in 1939, it was
:Mr. and Mrs. Rue came to Home-
stead, via steamer. Mr. and Mrs. Tower, and passed. The total mil. months trip to Detroit, Mich. periodical at that price will have announced by Commissioner D.
lap U I 24. ?" Stuart will remain in the north so many well written stories, especially W. Finley. The plates will be
Rue will reside In the George!
;. -Herbert A. Cameron and this winter." (Florida City.) since the contents are var made at Raiford by state priiunJhe -
house Palmetto
Reynolds on street,
which has been purchased by Mr.
"Miss Annabel Lochrle enter-
.., ,
Rue." t _:
-"The Woman's Club of the
Redlands held Its September meetIng -

:ted names? at to.were the membership.clubhouse.voted on: Mrs.and Eight admit S.new A. Stars are "oui- ll // /

King, Mrs. E. M. Horton Mrs. Harry ,
Cooper, Mrs G. R. Rives, Mrs. ... ". ,"K'
Frank Ray Miss Eula Ray, Mri. .' , : .. ','''
Charles Fuchs Jr., Mrs. L. H. Livingston ;'>
and Mrs. J. A. Smith. "
x x"H.. L. Roberts has established
a barber shop In the Bryant ."r AIIP' atlSt Sl'ftl
pool room." n Ya c

-"The birth of a girl to Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Mowry at their home
In Fahokee on Lake Okeechobee, is

reported. ..
t "Born .to"Mr.. and Mrs C W 41tti11sii
I Little on Tuesday night lust a M
f boy."
: -"Mrs. Henry Pridgen and son
; were visitors In town from Thurs-
day to Sunday, being accompanied
t. their Miami home by L. R. Nix
on, who returned the following
day." 41, 1',1/1 hi tJ"ic" CaNTu'

-"This seems to be a poor sea
son for avocados so far (comparedto
last year) but we can't see
we can't see anything the matter
with this: Wally Walton has one lower-swung

tree which has brought in $202 SUPER that's still ride
110 far. ,
-"M. P. Wallam has purchased! the shiningest
a five-acre grove from Joel Lewis style-star of the Here are sensational new micro

of Silver Palm. .. ." season, for all the poise-balanced engines& -FIREBALL

Sept. 3D, 1920. efforts to duplicate Eights that get& extra lift and power

-"L. A. Wise left Sunday on A its beauty. wallop from still further progress in

a short" business trip to South Car I Buick's exclusive D)naRash combustion

olina. You'll lay eyes on a principle -"(rt', a brand'
"Mrs. T. A. Collins and Mrs. :e
C. H. McCloud entertained at the CENTURY: broader new ComfoHnJCarliurttion that com

Collins home on Dixie Highway longer, bigger in hints the lift of an extra ratios with

on Monday afternoon the occasion Hen At tfrthth SPECIAL every way wit economy stepped sip a full 10% to ISt
being the birthdays of both
Mrs. Collins and Mrs. McCloud. probably no news to you, an additional twenty four horse
IT'S Here frames and
," we simply couldn't keep power under its thrusting hood are rugged new

"Mrs. Roy Pennlngton and those strapping big new Duicks off and a ROADviASTER that's its rival new Flash-Way signals.I New quiet-
Children returned Wednesday froma easy Concentric Shifting and new
the street. in action and the very picture of
visit to Mrs. Pennlngton's parents Permi-firm steering.& New; lovely

at Howell, Gat" But it's official now: the bright and super-streamlined grace. body lines and new inside room
-"The Homestead Growers' Association
has been shipping an glittering stars of the 19-41 sea incss. New instrument panels

average of two cars of grapefruit son are out-so at any Buick t + 1 = new oil-bath air cleaners, new

a day this week." showroom you can see the best )' ., concealed running boards-even
-"Mr. and Mrs. Dan Robertson
busness automobiles Buick ever built. h Is new clocks.
a trip to Jacksonville
;for a few days."
-"A new avocado is now on You'll see a massive grille, a'e.-_ ., here are new things& galore,
trim speed-stream radiator modern features by the
.nY?"."""""."...."."..., .. and she ittii-liiuJ Sum new
O ornament-and behind them dozen-but one thing is old, and

not one but five series of cars that You'll see a Buick LIMITED that is hasn't changed a bit.

EXPERT are gorgeously new from dread- close to twenty feet of sheer spa

naught& bumper to directionsignalcious luxury top-of-the-line in That's the plain rockbottom fact

ing taillight. finish, richness and meticulous ap that when you see Buick >ou've
BARBERINGHAIRCUT pointment. seen the best of the bunch.

You'll spot a SPECIAL that not only
looks like but definitely it the biggest All this your wonder.wide eyes Make it the first one you see fur '''I,

40c package the money has ever will tell )ou, then your ears begin and save )ounel a lot of fruitless

I SHAMPOO _._ 40c I bought. to take things in. looking around.

MASSAGE ..... 40c You'll size-up a 125-horsepower tw.r..aA.lnrwG..n4 It
) t'1.vavrcfoj.w

... ,, .. llJ -t I
J BUSII'SBARBER "*-'Ii., Ie u. ,.4fMJ.inn.f.op/.a..GLtHJw1"--, ., 1faerIJ! I I (

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t Krome Ave. Homestead, Fla. -o="'" Phone 18

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( rr M I to nr. .' .to" .....:.....:_............. ;. ,tFriday

Pasre Six TUB LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, September 27, 1940 ,

''ed the following officers: president t de.tructlonVII laid (aid to be incalculable tion It too often winked at, j

Genevieve Cline; vice-presi I but was estimated at on* would expect better thlAgfl
dent, Chsrles Morton, secretary j four million pounds sterling. More in times of national stress *

In and Ground Alfreda Cook; treasurer Carolyn I than a hundred presons lost their .

l I' Cook; assistant treasurer, Jeredean 1 llvei on land and 8,000 seamen The 1930 census showed aI
Tamblyn. i iI found a watery grave. The Eddy-
cline In but one lUte, MontaK(..
\ stone lighthouse was swept away but the figures for 1940 thus farl
Homestead i A rally day program will be I and 12 ships of the English navy, given out place five states in the f

given at the Free Methodist I mounting 524 guns were lost. minus column-all in the "du

Church at 11 o'clock Sunday. o 0 0 bowl". North and South Dukob

A Maryland farm girl won a Nebraska Kansas and Oklahoma:
Mr and Mrt. J M Holferty returned end was issKtant officer of the
MM. Ray Gooding visited relatives beauty contest and ihe couldn't show a decline, with Oklahoma:
It from vacation I Before Homestead
Sept a day returning to
in Miami Saturday and ,cook or milk a cow; she couldn't losing most heavily more than]
trip to the North They visited Mrs Beattie visited relatives
Wednesday. sew or run a plow. She merely a million.

the i two Miss daughters Eleanor Mrs. Miller; In Chilllcothe Ohio ............"""...........".-....""....."....- had the "fatal gift of beauty" and o 0
CrlH and
that poetic term generally runs Various forms of animal lit
in Chicago and HOICert"1 Mrs Buhl Walbridge of Detroit, CURRENT true to form: m hen a girl has great follow the pattern of the human*]
friends in Waupun and
I lister of Mri. A. W. Hutchlnson
beauty that Is about the extent
WL- and in Pontiac and underwent an operation in the -COMMENT race in that they are prone to wan
1 11 of her gifts.
der. Occasionally an armadil
ing 111 During the I I James Archer Smith hospital Saturday I ....................,....................---1 whose habitat li Texas, is found
August Mr and Mn Holferty attended ,
a Presbyterian conference I (Continued from Page Four) Here's what makes me hopping in peninsular Florida. Recent!
Montreal, N. C. mad about this wsr business: aNew a North Carolina citizen found
in Mr and Mrs E. F. Ray of Red- Tampa. It Is to house a population York dispatch announces the strange animal In his hen coop and;

land left Monday for a month's of 40,000 and to be completed indictment by a federal grand jury it took a lot of scurrying aroun
!Mri VV T. McConnell, Miss Vera Jan 1 It Is to be used
in Slater, Mo. by next.
stay 'of that state of a number of persons before they could find some on*
Delk and Bill McConnell left I a training camp for notional I'I'as
for fraud in national defense to Identify it as a badger. You re _
Monday for two weeki in Georgia.Mri built
Mr and Mrs. James Yancey of' guardsmen and on the plan work. Are both honesty and patriotism call that Wisconsin is known
McConnell and Bill will visit
used W. W No
Miami were week-end guests of I dead Political corrup "the badger state",
Damascus and Miss Delk will
The major buildings
visit relativei in Bla k.hear.Mis Mrs. Yancey'i parents Mr and 'I the following1: 33 for lOlt.Plua'l' ___ w _____
Mrs. C H Steffanl In Homestead.
tion, 40 for recreation

Betty Blake, who spent the tor repairs. 22 for officers'
Mrs. Geo. M. Frlck has received mO-1 BIRD'SIndorsed
mimmer in Concord Ga., Is now i I halls and 250 for enlisted menSome
word that her sister Mrs. Robert
attending the University of Miami. of the outlays will
H of frequent I
Wlngfield DeLand a $229,000 power house $100,000 I
visitor in Homestead, has
Dexter ,sewer system $229,000 for railway!
An eight-pound ion Loe '
returned from Johns Hopkins Hospital .tracks.I I
w i I- born to Mr and Mrs Herman !
where she went far checkup
I a i
I In addition to the above named
T i'imat in the James Archer
after her recent illness. Thecheckup
million dollar bases are sthedulcd -
Sndh hospital Wednesdiy. Mrs I
revealed that Mrs Wlngflcld's -,' ,
r former Miks Clara- for Tallahassee Jacksonville USED CARS >
i" i i- is the
illness l Is not serious. I
(I and West '
bll I;. Smith Palm Beach the hnngaiI
I I lat Jacksonville to be the navy's
Mr and Mrs Robert Lance announce largest air base. i iI our mcd cars always represent food value, bat the !
Mi -. E J. Dyal and daughter, ones listed btlow choice and
the birth of eight- are uiusually we recommend
I I I II i I Oh, yes, we're doing a lot of I
NHMil leave Monday for aa any one of them far your consideration.I
pound daughter Rose Marie, in the preparing just in case the thing '
"'h' stay in Hot Springs.Mxron I
James Archer Smith Sunday ,
hospital happens for which a lot of people

are doing some wilful wishing. : 0.........................................u,
Crennell returned Satur-

d.i>' .ifter spending ten weeks at I 0
Mr and Mrs. Orlando Wollam I When I back to the old I ,
Ridgecreftt, N C, Training School go home 1939! OLDSMOBII.E: COt'PE-very low :
for Baptist Workers. Before returning bad at visitors Wednesday Mrs. town, as I do biennially it is to I mileage; looks and runs like new $595 00' .
Brlnsoo, of Miami her 0
home he visited various Ralph know, at the French put it, what
collcjcs in the southern states.Ur daughter Lillian, and Miss Elsie it Is to be a ghost A few of the I 1934 PLYMOUTH 2-DOOR SEDAN-good
Brinson of Cairo Ga.FLORIDA old friends remain and 10 many transportation; cheap .. $195.00 \

and Mrs. R. B. Wells have ................................................."..-... of them have gone away. The 1 '
1932 PACKARD SEDAN-In excellent
returned to home Coco remaining onei have formed 00
their on newassociations $95
CITY i .
; new paint; very cheap :
nut Palm drive after spending the the trees have grown,
summer in New Hampshire By Mrs. W. W. Severy the houses have changed; children I 1936 BOCK 4-DOOR TRUNK*SEDAN_ I

-...........................................................- born since we first came away new pain; clean Inside; radio $395 .00 I

Mr and Mrs. Charles Baker of I An Important called meeting of are now heads of their own families ,
D i' n vel', Col., and daughter I' the Ladies' Aid Society of the But that Isn't all nor theworst clean; good tires; priced I original below paint market; $495.00 i'
! Adelln have moved Into the Cop- Florida City Community Chuich : to come away, not knowing

pane: home on Farm Life road I will be held at the parsonage to whether you shall ever return is, I 1937 CHEVROLET SPORT SEDvery

which they recently purchased.Mr I day. The next regular meeting| and again I quote the French "to I good condition; original paint $345.00It38
will be held Oct {die a little".
on Wednesday 2.\\
*. n II. Ewlng Is spending at the home of Mrs J. H. Miller < | OC
> 7O
and J UU
paint cltan
rf>\\ days with Mrs Roy Marsh I There are icme things that do ; Inside A. f

in Miami.Mr Mrs Roger Snow and son Fhil- not make sense-at least the right

lip, returned to their home In Fort) kind of sense. Among these I
and Mrs. S. E. Livingston Pierce last week after a visit of class the Duchess of Windor'i having I PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO. W

returned Sunday from a two-week several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. a New York hair stylist fly

visit in Columbia, S. C. Lawrence Becker. I down to Nassau to beautify her I
hair and pretty her up. That must South Krome Ave. Phone 18 .1'

I Mi and Mrs. J. M. Holferty, the Mrs M Palmer of Cleveland is have cost a pretty penny In the OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY

He Geo. H Ricks and Mrs J. A visiting her son-in-law and daughter face of England s great need for I ---- -- - ---
Hicks on Monday attended a Mr. and Mrs. W. F A. Rob financial aid-when ihe is asking
workers' conference In Miami ertson. us to shelter her children from

where plans were made for a bombs when women here are saving .
leadership training program to Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Vann of lead foil to send there to be II ,

begin on Nov. 10. South Miami were Sunday guests made Into bullets to help win the l\IAKEAPPUCATION

of 1141" Blanche Chapman. war for Britain. Consistency, thou '!
Ceo M. Frlck went to Orlando :art a whole bag of jewels. lDriver's
on business Monday and returned i Mrs Charles Becker and Miss 'I

Wednesday. Mn. Frlck, who Mary Becker of Miami visited relatives Recently something was said In >.
made the trip with him spent two In Florida City Sunday.J. this column about tropical storms

days and nights with their daughter The greatest one on record was

Virginia! a student at Stetson H Booker left this week for that of 1783. According to the License

Unherslty at DeLand. a short business trip to Sonora Ga. I English record, it originated on

"' I lour continent, swept across the I "
Mr, B P. Harding of Miami Is The Florida City Juniors of the Atlantic and raged with greatest (Beginning Monday, Sept. 9)

pending two weeks with her lis Free Methodist Church have elect- violence on Dec. B. The loss by Its I ,

ter, Mrs. Charles In Redland.
Camp --1"-1; ; ; ; ,, t, .. .. .., .." "II' ATJUSTiCE

I ;

Mr. and Mrs. Win. Knight of Key We truthfully say:- j ;
West and their children Freda PEACE

find Kenneth spent Sunday with

:Mr and Mrs. Herman Thompson PONTIAC .

In Homestead.Mi OFFICE .,

-. H B. Beattle returned ..
Wednesday from Huntlngton, W
Va.. where she attended the International Is The NEWEST Car Odd Fellows Bldg. Homestead Fla.

Lad lei' Auxiliaries of
OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TO 8 P. M.
the Patriarch Militant of the Sovereign FOR 1941
Grand Lodge of the World


DIUI.A.BERGERDentist ; It's really

; a NEW Pontiac ; DR. C. H. DENBY

: SEE rovmes TORPEDO FLEET. : Osteopathic Physician

Office Hours 8:30-1:30 Preston B. Bird Motor Co. :

First National Bank Phone 39Homestead

yib-ome Ave Opposite Tsg Office

, Building z.a.not"hr-wRECKER SERVICED .: Fla.

: r Fhone II Night none 536-R (Over rown'. Drug Store)

Opesi CTesOaj* '7 A..tIM.. .. .. .... ,... .. .... ... .. '" .... ... ... .. .. j



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Friday, September 27, 1940 THE LEADER. ENTERPRffiEa Pace Severs

I I 'oppose both Roosevelt and Winkle! ernment fixing the price over .1 I other wnan for I Uuid-.lerra. He I['considered! Wendell Willkle unfit
FLORIDIAN11URH I and would be the candidate of theevergrowlnf 12-months period.In 'he could not support him or any]I for the office I
number of Americans regard to governmental expenditures I'
HAT IN RING FORU. who are opposed to I third Lowry declared that It
term and yet cannot support Wen cost entirely too much for opera.I
dell Wlllkle. I tlort and Indicated that these cOlts '
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S. PRESIDENCY Outlining his platform Lowry could be cut in half. He urged
said he was "against all immigra the firing of officials when them 1' LICENSES
tion" and thinks it should be services were not necessary I
Brooksvlllo Sept. 28. (FNS)-, stopped Continuing, he declared lIe declared that the WPA had I
A dark-horse candidate for President "We\e got enough bad people in become a racket that every worker OBTAINABLE IN HOMESTEAD AT
of the United States, JesseP. : this country now without ImportIng should get the some pay regard J
more from foreign countries I less of what his Job might be. He
Lowry, of Brooksville, from the
steps of the Hernando County: He said he believed that the said he favored an old age pension I LEGION TAG OFFICEOPEN
court house announced his intention fifth-column should be crushed! for everyone past sixty years of
to run.Lowry. 'I and all paid agents of other countries I age; that he was In agreement I
a ten-year resident ol deported. He favored a guarantee -; with Roosevelt on the nntiqnul defense ALL DAY
this community laid that he would I for farm products, the gov program, but declared thai
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27.-Called meeting of --

r and plant for the con which Mrs. Malcolm McClellan, Florida City Ladies' Aid at par MUll Nellie Mae Martin of I The bride has spent most of her
state president, will be present,
vention of the Florida Congress of sonage. I Homestead and Ormand D. Cashof ,life in Homestead. She was graduated -
Ada Men-lit Schoolon
will be held In
i Parents and Teachers which will Sept. 27.-Bridge tournament of Princeton were married Sunday from Homestead High
Oct. IS.: This will take the
= be held in Miami Nov. 12 13 and University Club with Mrs. Ceo. afternoon at 2 o'clock at the School and attended Homestead
place of the regular council meetIng I
14, were disclosed at the meeting D. Ruehle and Mrs. Win. Gee as home of the brlde'f parents Mr. Business College.Mr. .
in October she said. .
of the Dade County Council of : hostesses, at home of Airs. B. M. and Mrs. J. T. Martin. I Cash also has spent most of
Parents and Teacher in Redland The Redland P. T. A. served
Hmdman at 2 p. m. The ceremony was performed his life In the Redland District. He
the convention luncheon to swell its fund for welfare '
Wednesday by
graduated from Redland High
i Sept. 27.-Evening group of under a flower decked arch between was
chairman Mr*. Walter Beckham, work. I
+ I bridge tournament of University the dining and living room School
third vice-president of the state Among the announcements concerning : Mr. and Mrs. Cash are making
Club with Mrs. Frank Webb and by the Rev. J. !Kohler pastor of
congress. I the state convention made Mrs. W. a :Mills as hsotesses, at the Uleta Nazarene Church, and I their home In an apartment at the

Registration was close to five by Mrs Beckham were the following Webb home at 8p.m. former pastor of the ,Princeton I Martin home at N. W First avenue

hundred. Mrs. Fred Hoses new Sept. 27j-Ladies' evening groupof Nazarene Church. and Third street.
council at the convention win:
president presided and Speakers
bridge tournament of University

The bride was given in marriage
Mrs. Herman Heinlein, Redland Include the national president and MRS. C. W. LITTLE HONORED
Miss Bertha Nil
Club by her father. She wore a white !
president, made the address of leading educators from various ON BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARYMri.
Hausman and Miss Julia Sullivanas
i sheer, street length frock made
welcome. sections of the United States hostesses, at home of Miss with a v-neckline, a wide gathered C. W, Little was honoredon

Principal Carl Wagner who substituted The Columbus Hotel will be the I Hausman at I p. m. belt and sleeves fitted just below her birthday anniversaryWednesday -

s for Superintendent James convention headquarters, and the Sept. 28.-Meeting of HomesteadArt the: elbows. The skirt was gathered at a party given at the

T Wilson, speaker of the day gave White Temple the convention Club in Chamber of Com from each of the small set-in home of her mother Mrs. L. S.
audltorj m. The banquet, to be
a short inspirational address on merce at 9.30 a. m. pockets. Her hat was a large white Mowry.
served In'Civic Center, will be
The American Way at Life. It
based Sept 28.-Called meeting of the straw model which fastened underDie During the evening Mrs. J. H.
on ths Seminole Indian
j is based he said the
on working
theme. Redland Ladies' Aid at 2:30: to chin. At her throat was a Dodson and Mrs. Mowry wonprizes
together of five independent institutions lavaller that had been of hermother' Ice and
Delegates will be guests of the form a Woman's Society of part I in a contest cream
home, church Industry
-- school -
bridal costume. Her
Christian Service. were
city of Miami on a boat ride on
and When
government one flowers[ were a bouquet of Mr. and Mrs.
corsage I Present were:
the first
night of the
of these institutions becomes too conventionand Sept. 30.-Bridge tournament of
they will be guests of the University Club with Mrs. JulianH. red rosebuds. Little Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Campbell -
powerful there is
no democracy Muss Lillian Swilley, the maidof Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Little
Miami Theatre I
at .
He illustrated with examples from a midnight showon Webster and Mrs. Thomas
the honor wore a beige dress with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred TomerLn
Murphy hostesses at
the past as well as from the
Every P. T. A. member Is Invitedto home short puffed sleeves, a rather full 'Mr. and Mrs. Dodson. Mrs. Lee
present the I skirt and a high neckline on 'Fread. Mrs. H. E. Redln, Mrs. W.
community In
program Bay- .
The Redland school band Oct. 1.-Meeting of Outlook Circle which fastened three
played front Park on the closing night were clips. ,R, Myrick Mrs Mowry Mist
of the Homestead Methodist
{ 'r opening numbers and the Rev. All associations of the council Her accessories were white and Leola Little Miss Doris Avery,
Church with Mrs. Allan Kissam. '
lirle\!; Core Lions Club she oC'
president, were urged to send as many delegates wore a corsage bouquet Miss Bessie Darlow of Miami
,. the invocation. J. Q. Cald- as their membership entitles Oct Homestead P. T. A. executive pink rosebuds. 'Misses Hilda Clarice Doris and

,<.'.'11 king two solos. them to. Others who wish to attend committee meeting. Elmer Martin brother of the Rachel Dodson Lillie Little, Helen

i Conferences were the closing may do so ai visiting dele- Oct. 2.-Meeting or Legion Aux bride was best man. and Ruth Elsie TomerUn, Peggie
} it .turi of the program. gates. iliary. Mrs. Martin the bride's mother Little, E. A. Richardson Robert

Phi president announced that an Homestead ,Is entitled to 16 voting Oct. 2.-Bridge tournament of wore dusty rose with white accessories Grubbs, Irving Myrlck Charles

> .day school of Instruction at I delegates and Redlund to 13. University Club with Mrs LonnieL. and a corsage bouquet of Little Archer and Harvey Dodson,

Hood and Miss Helen Daniel as pnik roses. Mrs R. A. Cash Alfred Tomerlin and Edward Lit

hostesses at the Hood home. mother of the bridegroom worea tle Jr.
II GIVES II white costume and a corsage

j E RECEPTION FOR HOMESTEAD FACULTYAn Auxiliary.Ort 4.-Meeting of Eplscpal bouquet of pink roses. Mr. and Mrs Albert Foster of

At the reception following the Miami Mr. and Mrs Frank Lar-
Oct. 7, Meetlna of HomesteadB. I
informal reception for the old Keith Foulk and Mrs. Lewis P. W.-C.-------- n ceremony Miss Ellen Vann and don of Redland and Mrs. Jane
faculty members of Homestead Brindtnburg. Hiss Josephine Cash, sister of the French of Coral Cables formed a
Oct 7. Business of
High School and Neva King bridegroom presided over the I musclal group at the home of SamJ.
Attendance awards went to Mrs. Junior Woman's Club.
punch bowl The wedding cake Davis yesterday afternoon whena
School followed
Cooper a short B G Dye's In the Neva : Homestead '
room King Oct. Woman's Club of -I
business meeting of the Homestead was topped with a miniature bride) new 'cello made by Mr. Davis
Cooper School and to Ted Bleler's meeting in clubhouse at and bridegroom.
was being tested.
Parent-Teacher A"'IOClaUonFrda I room in the high school. 3p.m. I

: >' evening Oct 9,-Dinner meeting of University rVa
The receiving line formed In the, REDLAND LADIES': AID Club.

patio Punch was served by Mrs TO BE REORGANIZED Oct. 9.-Meeting of HomesteadP. THE DIXIE DRUG

r J D Perkins and other members, Members of the Ladies' Aid So- T. A. at 3 p m. In Neva King
of the hospitality committee Cooper School. Phones 30 and 9101-Homestead, Fla.
of Redland
ciety Community
Mrs, M. F. White president an- Church are requested to attend a Oct. U.-Monday Music Club JACK POIK-HOWARD JOHNSON

n..unced the program numbers called meeting tomorrow afternoonat meeting at home of Mrs. Bevo
the 'opening) song "God Bless
Webb at 3:30: o'clock.
330 o'clock to organize
as a
America and solos by Mrs. Har.t branch of the Woman's Society: of Oct. 15.-County P. T. A. schoolof .... .,.. .r

(Christian Service-the combined I instruction at Ada Meriitt Nedw.s were 041. well
'Sn (!' r, stag .. .. I've
ERSITY CLUB BEGINS Ladies' Aid of northern and the School. ...01..1' I0rpm.d .. .... "atio0'.iNerss

BENEFIT BRIDGE SERIES I W. M. S. of southern Methodist Oct. 15.-Installation services of W ELL e41o..,I.t_

The first In a series of benefit churches.The Woman's Society: of Christian ... ...... t'. Use 16 .so d.11it"
... epee
bridge! parties sponsored by the pastor, the Rev W. E. Service. GROOMED MEN ; ..".",101''a'"
University Club held I Oct. 23.-Ladie. night at Rotary ,. ... .
was by an Rowell), will have charge of the Club. ;..sees a ......
afternoon group Monday at the
home of Mrs. Bevo Webb with program. Oct 30.-Lily Bow Book Review USE ,.,

Mrs Webb and Miss Margaret(LEGION: AUXILIARY Club meeting In library at 8 p. m.

Ames as hostesses. TO MEET WEDNESDAY Nov. 23.-Third annual Woman's
I Mrs A. A. Payne was high score Club cabaret In Chamber of Com I
prize winner end Mrs. A. M The Legion Auxiliary will hold merce building.Mr. 1

Logan, second high score prize I Its October meeting Wednesday
winner, night at 8 o'clock la Legion hall, and Mrs. Sam J. Davis wen .4

Others playing were: Mrs. Mrs Lamar Kendrick, the president guests Wednesday evening of I

Claude S. Allen, Mrs. E. A. Ames, announces Membership dues Louis Fleischer of the Fleischer Briten
Mrs Russell Anderson, Mrs. Frank are payable at that time. Studios and Mrs. Fleischer at theirC I THISSAFfcPROCES

Hausman, Mrs. T. J. Faust, Mrs. 1 r
Lee H. Lehman Mrs W. E. Whitaker Allen Neal and William

1 Rheney, Mrs. C. H. Steffanl, Mrs. Krome. Tooth Paste
J. R. Brooks Mrs. Geo. N. Wake The group will meet again next o

i field. Mrs. B. M. Hmdman. Mrs Wednesday night at I o'clock a.tI BRIGHTEN

Henry Johnson, Mrs. Howard I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie

) Johnson Mrs. Agnes L Bird and 111.. Hood. J YOURTEETH With Alkalizing Foam

Mrs. Webster.
J II I ,,, """',"' ,':;" ::,"', I : [ :'" .
This group will meet again next +

II Monday at the home of Mrs. Julian''i'iI GLASSES Large .
H. Webster with Mrs. Thomas I 25C
Murphy and Mrs. Webster as I[
hostesses.The I II II' Te Make

first evening group met I life C eautttf .

Wednesday at the home of Mr. and 6ey.r

Mrs. Howard Johnson with 101,..i 4
t loadw1-o// kft except MILK OFMAGNESIA
i Johnson and Mrs. Geo. Polk as"; km .iMM, lthlVsatwlMS ;Pe L .

\. hostesses Mrs, Henry Johnson' SMtKod *4 < ( USaING
and Be\o Webb were high score I I sale cotnJartobUlMM wliHOU1S

prize winners.Those I Free fri4. earthy I* ......Mite 1111I,14 wes'gires yore'
playing were: Mr. and YM miss! M each wMa yesfeteielhrel I V f-.rtr rstaed Myw Seen shoe Iwtrwt Polish wlHwvtMtubbinq.
Mrs. C. J. Parman, Mr. and Mrs Yew eyes are 557. .f yoat Dries I*e
the lull Ma
Carl Wagner Mr. and Men Clarence CK kp your eyed ,! U llut 1U.C1.UlJ Q fiH got I* pie
Gray Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Aloe FloorbritcOQf

VTlttkop, Mr. and Mrs. W R. Bird Dr. I6Stebbins f .I P00 M.Mia.1wALICE'S... 10._ way, M ,
Sir and Mrs R H. Done, Mr. and FULL

Mrs. Webb Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ir, L-JVrStebbins I BeAUTYI :1 ,,,135c t i tOVC QUARTiMiMiic

Johnson, Mrs. J. A. Rbtherham, PARLOR saw ri A'etygraooucy ,
Mrs. Ida'Elchenber r, Mrs. D. E. 1125 w. r/ "rr5&.. Miami I IMI M Am* er.owd ,

Bashor, Mrs. Willard Campbell. 1b.er. Mus I Anse SA-a4. OaweeerakepMw ....w .m *st* ,... msm ..'I.n Mutit 'IW TIJIr'r

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Friday, September 27,1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw_Nine i iI

W. M. U. TO HOLD I Grown-up guests *iet Mrs. THANKSGIVING! SET
SEASON OF PRATER Herman Marks, Mrs. Robert Cass
Ignoring the proclamation of
The Woman's Missionary Unionof ube, Mrs. V. L. Harris, Jr. Mn,, the President In setting Thanksgiving -
I Social Events I the First Baptist Church of Paul Losner, Mrs. Herbert Turner,, Day one week ahead. Gov-
Homestead will hold a season of Mrs. C. H. Denby, Mrs. Elmer ernor Fred P. Cone officially set
11 Sullivan, Mn. W. B. Caves, Jr.., the date for Thursday, Nov. 28, for
Monday and
Tuesday Dirt Don Talbott, Mrs. B. L. Left the state of Florida.
: mornings from 8:30 until 9.30 In Mrs. Virginia Walton Air*. Richard

MUSIC BY STRING ENSEMBLE IS FEATUREOF I the !Sunday school building, it Huff, Mrs. O. H. Sullivan, Manager: "What is the new
was decided at a called meeting of Dire M. F. White Mrs. W. J. Idea which you think will revo-
ODD FELLOW-REBEKAH ANNIVERSARY I the society Wednesday afternoonIn Clark. Mrs. Howard Johnson, lutionize the business world"
-- the educational building.Mrs. Mrs. Bevo Webb and Mrs Mc Salesman: "It Is a plan to pay
The eighty-ninth anniversary Mr. Gaaco a former teacher In Pete Morgan will be In Clung. installments, In Installment*."-Ex.
of the founding of the Odd Fellows the Atlanta Conservatory of charge of the program Monday..
and Rebekah orders was Music and mmeber of the Symphony and Mra. J, Lawrence Scott will
celebrated by the local lodge Orchestra there a former have the program Tuesday A
Tuesday evening In the L O. O member of the University of
playlet will be given Wednesday
F. hall when friends and relatives Miami Symphony Orchestra, now evening in the Sunday MARAGRET HNN
of both lodges were guests. lives at his grove home on Silver ichool building. A silver offeringwill

The Redland String Orchestra, Palm drive west of Rodland road. be taken and used for mission
organized six weeks ago made i Its He Is a graduate of the Universityof work.

first public appearance at this Mexico. The society decided to reorganize -I 11-17 NORTH KROME: A\E. HOMESTEAD, FLA.
meeting the circles.

Mrs. E. S. Caplinger, district KAPPA PHI DELTA SORORITY Mrs. Frank Irwin, president, and I i
manager of the Rebekahs, read a GIVES INFORMAL DANCE other circle chairmen will meet j
history of. the. lodge, and Mrs The Kappa Phi Delta Sorority within the next week to complete
Chapman program chairman, as- entertained wiUIn Informal arrangements. I Potatoes 14c
listed by Mrs. A. W, Jones, Mrs dance Friday evening In the 1 I 10 k.'

Harry D. Wolfe, presented I skit! Woman's Club building. ROSE MARIE MrCLUNG HAS
telling why they had joined the,,1 I Punch and cookies were served PARTY ON ANNIVERSARYMrs. I
organization. Pie and coffee during the evening
were I J, S. Horton gave a party
served at the close of the program,I Among those attending were:
Wednesday afternoon In honor of
The Redland (Miss Wava Horton Miss Frances I
String Ensemble
directed by Jose Gasca, played Lamb Miss Betty Jane the third birthday anniversary of I >
"Cod Bless America" with orchestration Miss Katherine Marsh, MeYbem'l her niece Rose Marie McClung I I RINSO *. pkg 14 /2c

prepared especially for the Carpenter, Misses daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.'!
ensemble by N. O. Uttermoehlen,I Jeanette Campbell Miss Kathleen McClung. j!
Brahm'i "Hungarian Dance No. 5," Freeman, Miss Constance Hunter Rents, Marie Marks and Nicky .
and "Minuet Opus 49" by Bee Miss Nina Bullard, Miss Nina Denby won prizes In a contest.
thoven. Dyal Miss Iris Caplinger, Miss The favors were horns, brace I
The ensemble Libby Jane Buck, Miss Vara leta and rings. Ice cream and MAXWELL HOUSECoffee
was organized Rheney, Miss Johnnie Lee Andrews cake
were served.
through the efforts of Mrs. SamJ. I i
Miss Betty Jane Hadley, The
Davis. Mrs. Walter was decorated with
Gaby plays Miss Edna Forte, Miss Charlotte cut flowers and gay balloons. 19c
the piano; Roy Nelson, William I
Geronlmo Miss Rose
Krome Willard Hendershott d Other small guests were: Bar .
anMrs. Misses Mary Ellen and Louise bara Marks Jean Dendy Patsy
Harold Kendall violins Mrs.
Sam J, Davis viola; Mrs; Jose Dcarlng, Billy Moffett J. T. and I and Donna Talbott, Patricia I Walton I

Cases double bass; and Mr. Gasca, Barney Godwin Elmer Martin Nina Sullivan, Ann Sullivan,I
'cello. Jack Sullivan, Clinton Bishop. Ann and Cat) Harris, LuannWebb
Noah Peterson Tommy Moffett,) Janice Howard:: Johnson I

FAREWELL Emory Dcarlng Harry Martin Lunnie Left Billy Loaner Dick> '
NEW SOLDIERS PARTY CHEVFOR Fred Borgardt. Kenneth Glenn I l and Bob Huff Jackie Caves.'I Sugar It. 19c

Charles Conner Lester Archer. Bryan Wynn, John Denby. HeroicTurner I
A farewell party in honor of James Nesbltt Fred Chapman and Bobbie Cusnube

Richard both of Mattson Florida and Earl Rohrer Oscar Clonlngcr Fred Fuchs and -...............................".....".................... .. I I II
City who left James Sullivan.
Tuesday for McDill Field near II II I CORNED

Tampa, and a birthday party In MRS. FRANK RtE HONORED I
honor of the anniversaries of Mr. BY RAIN OR SHINE CLUB 12 OZ.
Mattson and Fred Borgardt I Beef 27c
was Mrs. Frank B. Rue was honoredon S+ rAN*
given Saturday .
evening In the her birthday I
Homestead Country Club. anniversary yesterday I
by members of the Rain or
evening.Dancing was enjoyed during the Shine Club, who gave her a handkerchief 1e

shower at a luncheon .
Mrs.Others attending were: Mr. and given for her by Mrs. Lee H. Leh- N
Whitney Beam, Mr. and Mrs man. Tomatoes3's214c
Carl Deden Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Bur- Covers
were laid for: Mrs C.
ley Dendy Mr. and Mrs.
Hubert J: Parman, Mrs. Carl Deden Mrs
Miami Miss Kathleen
Julian H. Webster, Mrs W. E.
Freeman, Misses Annette anti Rheney Mrs Fred .
Redd MraHelen
Campbell Miss
Forte Hackler Mrs. T. J. FaultMrs. .
Katherine_ Marsh Miss Rue and Mrs. Lehman.
t nidijune \onner. MISS Bonnie TALL
Groover, Miss Nina Bullard Miss I BOOK CUB-REVIEWS I CAN t3 5c

Mosely Sever, Miss Constance I'I"WILD GEESE CALLING" W _
Hunter, Miss Louise Pacettl Lll-
? burn and Bert Nixon, Buddy Mrs. Geo. D. Ruehle talked on

.: Tore, J. B. Seats, Sidney Kendrick the setting and historical back A NEW MANCHIROPRACTIC
Robert Vrana Fred Chap ground of Stewart Edward White's"Wild SWIfTS
man Harold Campbell James Geese Calling" at Wednesday I
Redd Emory night's meeting of the Lily daily
Dearing, Daniel and I II JEWELarson33c
A. D. Neill, John Barker Charles Bow Book Review Club In the II- restores thousands of
Sullivan George Wright and Gene brary. Mrs B. M. Hmdman spoke I sick and ailing people to !I
Campbell. of the plot, and Mrs. R. J. Hester,
health. :Many had tried
of the style. Mrs. J. E. Cauzeru I
JUNIOR CLUB- gave a sketch of the author's life everything else in vain. I
TO ATTEND RECEPTION Mrs. Gauzens. Mrs. W. J. Krome Don t say you can't get I Picnic Hams I i iU 13/2c:
and Mrs. Theo J. Bleicr
Officers appointed
and rid of trouble
board members of your organic I
to select books to be
the: Junior reviewed
Homestead Woman's Club of at the next few meetings or otherwise, until .
art Invited to be guests selected have YOUNG: TENDER STEER BEEFSteaks
at.1 fall reception of the Miami i They for the October you given Chiropractic II
Junior meeting Mortimer J" Adler's "Howto a chance.Consultation .
Woman's. Club tomorrow
af Read a Book" and for the November ALL
rnoon. frorn 4 to 5.30: at the without 19c
home of Mrs. "J. Elworth Davis. Beloved meeting Returns.Henry" Mann's"The Mrs. obligation.Hours I :
who will attend are: Mrs. Bleier, Mrs. Ben Archer and Mrs.S. : '-M) 1-5 6-1
Burley Dendy first vlce-pre.ldent; L. West will review the October Sundays by Appointment j I
Huff corresponding selection, and Mrs. Gauzens '
. secretary; Miss Pearl Whitaker will tell of the author's life. Dr. R. J. Elliott I
auditor; and Miss Geraldine Reltz, ,
finance Miss Josephine. Cook was a guestof :Bane Bids' Homestead FU.
chairman.'. the club. | .11"M-NM ---..-"..-...."-MM -, Roast :ifs 15c


Mrs. Orlando Wollam was hostess The World's News Seen Through U
to the Gleaners Class of the I
First Baptist Church of Homesteadat THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ;

a social meeting at her home An 1"'tNl.tiOffJ Diily Newspaper -

Tuesday afternoon. Mn. C. H. Is Truthful-ConmiKtiYt-UnbiMMl.-FCM from ..
Denby and Mrs. A. A. Buuey won Ira-Ediuriali An Timely md IiMrurtin and EDWARD STILINGREALTOR
Prizes in contests. ,......., TofMhtr with th Wieldy Magazine Section

Sandwiches and coca-cola were the.....MMUMT..... UM| Naiosmm.far dw Horn
erved. .n.; OiriKMiTsdmM PuW.JJng; ;i; Smitf" ]

Present were: MrsuO. R. Sny.aw. 0..., Norway SUMC Boo...., M n rhuiiiTa
Mr*. Alvin. Simmons Mr Prig |12.00 Ywf?. *r f 1.00 a Month.
Don Talbott -1CrI.- ,W/ .B. Cave., SMMW law* fodtubn Rbcufaw+ S.eion, f 2.60 a
Jr-.11,14-4.; Lee Smith, Mrs A. E ImradWory Off**, < bwM 21,CM* Real Estate General Insurance

, Smith Mrs. Labon K. .Bishop Jr., N- '

Mrs. Gorton lv y. Mrs. ,Earl ... __._ I ROTARY PUBLIC
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Gravy ." ".- .
Mrs if J. Davis; Mn Cor.Palm'Ave/ara? : Ave n Fl.rid City, Fla.
Denby, 'Mi. 8tweyMiss.'Hasel ,SAMPLB COPY ON.lEQCrEST i YttONIS Hl-J AMD Hl-M
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I Hiih-Lights TRUCKSJEGISr! IN FLORIDA 1 1936.1939
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Start Beginners' Band I irPLE FOR THE TE.\CIIER1* RtM4Gi 0M .0.M lktf 400-CJlli -

And llojs' Glee Club The seniors of Homestead r.uas .
I this year have moved upstairs
Thirty member of the bane 1 l make room for the enlarged ; .'i!
!They say that since the move
were present for the first rehearsal
j|made for the good of all they II!
of the year last Thuriduy stand the second floor one mOl"I .. .
There will be a beginners band I )'ear. They will be ably "'"

this year and this clan composed I by joint sponsors, Mrs T J. WW
and Mrs Ruth Scott
of fifteen, will meet after ichool: 100,000
II| The union this year have Mrl.GlIIdYI
three day week I
a ( Webb and Mr. R. J. H
This from the fourth
year I
to guide them on their alllmpor8
grade through high school will b t tant junior year. Mrs. E. H, Gallater '
given the opportunity to begin the: and Mrs William Gee
study of IrtBtruments Quite a few
,taken on the sophomores.
puplli In the elementary ichool !Thos and Mr. E I 000,00D
have already purchased instruments II Blackburn have charge of : : I I II \
and are ready for the be-
freshmen Freshles, you are I II
ginneri' band
missing something by missing
For the first time I iflf les. N1r /a /sac '
a club)Jn several ,old traditional "rat day :/ _to. --..... -.....-. f
yean boys' glee hat been 1)) Junior high has taken on a
organized There ten bo'swho
are ,system this year in that the boys ,
are In this class
and girls have '
now.0.. V. rooms. The eighth separate grade girls, I!'

I have Miss Lois Behrens while i
STUDENT COUNCIL" NEW I boys helve Mrs. J. R, Rutland. The '
The first meeting of the Student t seventh graders have as their I
Council was called to order In Mr. home room Instructors the phyil-
Blackburn room Friday; Sept. 20, 'cal education teachers Miss Josephine I
by the president, J. T Godwin. I I Cook takes charge of the I{
The students seemed to approve t I 11 girls and Mr, Theo Bleier has the I'
tie cafeteria plan used last term,.boys I :,
and decided It should be continued I --Katherine urianeaes.ART I'I I',
through the year of 40-41 The I II
Council has also assumed the responsibility -I CLASSES MIKE MASKS I''
of conducting the assembly
programs Mrs Gee'i art classes are studying ;
The members of the Student colon and making color charts.
Council voted by secret ballot forth (i! The ninth through the twelfth ) I "
sponsor for this year Announcement grades are making masks for the 'We

made later. of the selection will be:.!operetta, Pinnochlo," -G V. / I I I|' ,4 10 ME .

-Charlotte Geronimo. are remodeling It and using the
colors blue and cream for thewalls. I I Are YOUR children enjoying the benefits
CHOOSE PLAY SUITS The tables have been cov-
We girls feel ourselves for- ered In blue oilcloth and the table I I
tunate to be able to start another legs have been painted blue The I I l ,, of a home PLANNED to include them? You
year In oui physical education bulletin boards are blue and I I I

classes with our new teacher, Miss cream. { I can give them a fine home background ;
Josephine Cook, who recently was The two sixth grades are mak
graduated from Perdue University ing floor maps of the western
.II' Lafayette, Ind. hemisphere from old newspapers I to grow up in a place where they'll : 1
We have chosen fur our play Blue oilcloth represents the bodiesof I I .:. ]
suits white blouses and water. ,I .
shorts with
be proud to bring friends and -
Mrs. your
Wynns Is
a room attractively '
green stripe on each side of the I ,
shorts The outfits will be completed I decorated with a border of goldenrods .
by white socks and tennis I I around the bulletin board. monthly payments needn't be any, more : :1 +
shoes Charles Stevens has been absent I'I''I :
Miss Cook has been giving us because of the death of hll grandfather -''I ; f I
I I than "rent.
for .
the past week
some pointers
in volltybnll. so w* may choose Melba VanWinkle. ; :: I : :I .' '
teams and start our real pldying I !/ j
We have also discussed many more New Taxation '
new games for the future Orator: "This statement, gentlemen 1dtd/dASMALL
Giacie Torcise may tax your credulity" HOMEIvbaA .
Voice: What1! Has it come tothisT'1lfuskegon
ELEMENTARY Nl\\s- Chronicle l I I little
aJ $ 0/11I101itt.
Miss Jackson pupils enjoy ;;
looking at pictures during their
library period I ,
Mrs. Edwards pupils are getting
materials together to make a Redland Brand
lunch cabinet for their room. They With One of
are enjoying new games on the j
playground during recess and

I lunch Mrs.hour.Thurman's second grade Fertilizersare Our New Construction

enjoys drawing on the two new
easels In the room.
Mrs Ray's third grade has
started 21 pupils.out with an enrollment of manufactured in Homesteadby Loans

Mrs Dye's fourth grade won ,
the P. T A. dollar, and with the a locally owned
money the boys of the class are company.
f. going to build a new lunch cabinet .
for the room They are study. BROOKERLumber
dog about Florida and are study Mixtures are carriedon
ing in the Elson Basic Readers I
about the out-of-doors, The bul
letin board Is decorated in pictures hand for every
of the out-of-doors
i Mrs. Cooper's pupils are beginning Company I
to write In their new spellers need.
for the first time and every pupil I
making perfect grades gets a star HOMESTEAD PHONE 62 :
on each paper. They are also Your patronage is
coloring autumn leaves and fruit i:
to decorate i
their bulletin board.

doing The fifth Interesting and sixth experimental grades are always appreciated. I FOR QUICK WRECKER SERVICE ;

work in science The pupils are AND EXPERT AUTO REPAIRS j
bringing In specimens of flower
bulbs, seeds, old bird nesU etc ,
The pupil in Mr .Tifield room Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.FRANK PHONE 561-R ,

.I Turner's. Funeral tome B.PUE.MGP. SAM'S GEREGE

Leads Attendant HOMESTEAD. FLA. ATcado Drive and Old DIxie highway

Phone MR*Homestead, Fla I PIKE OIL FRODICT3

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September 27, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace!' Eleven

. the question by asking it wasn't products was rejected by the

DIRECTORS time to begin talking about the board. Mr. Rue pointed out that 1

1941 festivaL such a sign could not serve its CLASSIFIED ADS

Reference to the minute confirmed purpose either to the district or to I
I i (Continued from Pge One) Mr. Parker' statement. the advertiser because occupant I 11

the Redland District, and no mention "I ask for a roll call vote on of a moving automobile could not RATE: Tint insertion 10, a line; subsequent insertion

o( the dispute was made inIthe'membership Mr. Brooks' motion," insisted Mr. possibly read it. I St a line

meeting. Rue. 1
. "All right) I'll that "
put motion
After detail had been workedout said President Allan, at last 'WAR THREATENS FOil RENTFOR FOR SALE Two-story house, U
the directors' meeting to insure all celled Inside toilet
at On roll call, Directors Rue, i rooms, ;
Intelligent promotion of the Brook Parker and RENT Clean all! electric need tome repairs. It is an excellent
T. E. KIrby ,
ii publicity project and after another voted fo rthe motion. DirectorAL (Continued r-; ;; Page One) furnished apartment. Rent $2:1! purchase at $1.350 cash.

i advertising project had been Rue Llndgren voted against It. Lion Den In Silver Palm i* year round, season $32.:30. Mrs No terms can be made and
rejected. Director Frank Mr. Gallaher There Eva Collins Federal $1,359 la rock-bottom price. If
called in by the undergoing Improvements. Highway,
of the
brought up the question directors before the vote was were 114 diners present Amongthe Biscayne Drive at Modello put in condition the two apartments

1a. illegal hiring of Mr. Gallaher and taken, admitted he had done little guests was Robert Blake dep- (20tf)) should rent for $360 per

Mr*. Stewart. since his appointment because of uty district governor, who gave a I year. It Is a 20% Investment

|"We have demonstrated here tonight the dispute over the authority for short talk. RENT YOUR HOUSE OR APART- H. A. Cameron, Homestead,

/ what we can 110 when we all his appointment. Upon questioning We are at the cross road otl! MENT-furnished or unfurnished. Phone 73. (s27tf)

work together in harmony," Mr. he confirmed the contention our national existence and ourliberty I have year 'round clients

Ru said, "but we are not going to i that he had been appointed by the and happiness are at stake," Benjamin W. Morris, registeredreal WANTED

have complete harmony until we director last year and that in said Mr. Mason. "We will lose estate broker, M. Krome

gtt back to going by the by-law i year past, during his former con- these God-given rights if we do ave., next to Baptist Church. WANTED Automobile salesmanby

cf, this organization. i nection with the chamber, the directors not fight back at those elements (S20U)) old established Homestead

(Addressing President W. W. had always had charge of column I II not a myth; It i* a stern firm. Unlimited possibilities

:Allan, who had repeatedly ruled the finances and the appointmentof reality that 1 te boring at u* from FOR RENT-Furnished and un- for right person. Apply in own

"dut of order" motions for correcting employees. within and threatening everythingthat furnished house and apartment handwriting to Box A-129, care

the Irregular appointment, he we hold dear. We must fight *. Year 'round tenants Leader-Enterprise. (s20-27)

again put forward the proposal to this subversive element if we preferred. Benjamin W. Morris -

..... i, let any Miami Judge or attorneyin. GUIDE MAP would escape the fate of European registered real estate broker,, WANTED-Representative to look
N. Krome Ave. to
good standing interpret the nations.. next Baptist after our magazine subscription
. .
:. by-Iawi and render a decision bywhich Selfishness and greed form a Church. (s20lf) interests in Homestead and vi

I all parties would abide. Mr. (Continued from Page One) basis of war, and these insidious RENT YOUR HOUSE-furnlsSea cinity. Every family orders subscriptions -

Allan still refused After long be of the pocket-size for convenience factors are gaining much ground or unfurnished. I have year I Hundred of dollarsare

discussion! Mr., Brooks made his of motorists The section I that would destroy us. The fIfthIn 'round client Benjamin W. spent for them each fall and

-a. motion to notify the two illegally around the border of the map will our country, the speaker said.A Morris, registered real estate winter in this vicinity. Instructions *

,r hired employees that the board be reserved for Redland District greater faith In God and a general broker, N. Krome ave., next to and equipment free, Guaranteed -

did not affirm their appointments. ,photograph of point of Interest return to the simple beliefs Baptist Church. (Jul6tf) lowest rate on all periodical .

Mr. Allan Issued another "out- and their individual descriptions.A In religion will do much to pre- *, domestic and foreign.

rof-order" ruling on the ground I plan for erecting a large sign serve our national unity and overcome FOR SALEFOR Represent the oldest magazine
director on the highway bearing advertisements any desire to engage in war, agency in the United State
six of the seven
f were that only present (although four director of local and district he said. SALE-93 acre on Palm Start a growing and permanent
west of Florida has business in whole or spare time.
..fi constitute a quorum), - avenue, City,
almost half-mile of oiled roadfrontage. Address MOORE-COTTRELL.
1i "Wh Is lb{hat you did not show
Inc. Naples Road North Cohoc-
Electric line close by. ,
:i u. the same consideration when This is a give-away: at 1250.: i ton, New York. (ps20)
were away on our vacations I
Must be all cash. H. A. Cam-
and you allowed the hiring motion TUTORING WANTED high
eron. Homestead, Phone 2.
w to be put through without evep a (s2-t1)) school and grade school subjects

...i board meeting" asked Mr. Rue. I Mr. H. J. Armstrong, A. B..

; "That wa different," the president FISKE MANOR HOUSE for sale, Plummer drive and Country

4. replied. "Mr. Chandler (Roy I 1500. See me and make offer. Club road.

Chandler,' the absent director), Is ) H. A. Cameron, Homestead, .

the one who made the motion to Mean Guaranteed Used Cars Phone 72. s27tf) CLEAN RAGS WANTED Wit

'"tilr* the festival manager and he exchange subscription or advvtising -
..should be here If we vote on undoing BUY A NEW FOR car or truck Leader-
1938 PONTIAC 6 TUDOR-a good clean car j for clean rag*.
it" $30 below regular price. P. O. ,
In the midst of incredulous exclamations with a rebuilt motor. Smart in appearance Box 1363.: (427t.0 I Enterprise.

at such logic Director and economical to operate radio equipped
4 O. B. Parker said: finish.
green from $1 up. Virgil Lyon.
"Anyway, I beg to differ with (27tf TIB crarriT Jf.rl'RTIR or TH*
you, Mr. President. If you will 1937 CHEVROLET TUDOR TRUNK SEDAN AND roil DAD: COUNTY, fLORIDA.
f consult the minute I think you FOR SALE-Immediate disposal.' IN CBANCrRY. NO. tl.lt-A.

;< will find that Paul Leaner made 1937 FORD 60 TUDOR SEDAN. Used sheet tin and wood. Collins WILBUR CLEVELAND; Plaintiff

that motion. A* I remember it, Bldg. See Mrs. Eva Collins, FLORIDA POWER a'LIGHT CO. a aorBoraUo

.i I Mr..Chandler imply brought up 1937 PLYMOUTH PICKUP-handles like a pas- Modello. (20) *. and THOMAS K.. BRAY. bTllTlni
sad If dead all unknown kdra.dvlf .
a.. other >..lmanuivnorr
innocent or *
LEGAL NOTICES senger car. FOR SALE-Fruit stand. Mrs. him, dammed or otanwl, I> -
Eva Collins, Federal Highway at f........
duty light truck. Ordn for PabllrallMTOt
.\ ...
i.CHA1LCR T. F11CH9. SR Pmoaatd. TRUCK-cab and sale cheap. Mrs. H. H. Ewing, known If 1/.tag., and If d_d all ...
NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1936 CHEVROLET 1 % TON known balm. dnlin*. amasses *r other
t. All Cradtton and All "" _n. Having 13: N. E. Sth it, Homestead .Iomsea inner him, dammed .e _
tires better than
stake body; good 8-ply ; .
-CIai_ or Demands'Aaai.at Bald EMattlIn (ales). .
and each of ar, hereby aotiIM Too are kw.r notified. that a bill *teoiaplalM
ft ro.ilnd to p.....' any claim average condition. ha ..... fllrd ...1." Fee laj
... daauuda which you, or lthr ot "o'. FOR SALE Ttoprcan plants, citrus the above entitled ...n. and from ... suit
W have against the estate of Charles T. trees and tropics fruit IB I: Gulped to appear to old bill of oomplalnton
I ......... ..., cleansed let* of Dido County or before October T. lV4n. oth.......
norlaa to the Hon. W. F. Bl.nton Coun.t Bird Chevrolet Co. season. Jungle Grove, Redland the allwatloni of raid bill will k* Ukaa .
Judge of Do d< County and file the ..am.la road and Plumnuu drive. contained by ....
his offle In the County Courthouse tm This order shall b* publl.hrd ._fag
Dodo County. Florida within. eight calmdar Oldest Chevrolet Dealer en Florida East Coast I* law In The Homestead Losd.r.anl.rprla .
Itoathi from tho oat. of tho flint pul>- 18 NOTICE OF. APPLICATION FOR I *. a newspaper published la Dad
fissure aro(. gold claim or demands Homestead Florida Telephone TAX DEED Counrr Florida.W1TNLSS .
to OMUli tho fetal address of tho el.lmaat rite N.. IITIT ny hand and the Goal of solid.
and U ... sworn to and presented aaafonHid Notice b .ant>y al.m that R E Banter court this 7th day of S>pt.nbr. IMO aa
or same will b* b....... BM holder of City of Miami Tn C.nlfl. I Miami. In the state and County af.mHM.Z .
Bntloa 120 of the 19IS Probate Act. eater Numbered 104* and 1047 died the :. H LEATlirHMAN.
Data September 34th A D. 1040. IIh day. of June, A. D Mm, has filed I'Urk of Circuit Court
r FRED J. rUCHS. told certificates In my offlr*. and ha mad I Circuit Court a..nD
A. Administrator of the Estate of application for tax deed to .liou th.ron F. i. GOULD
Charles T. Fuchi Sri Deceased. In accordance with law. hid otrtlflcaMrmbrar .
Tint publication on Sept IT, 1040. the fallowing dcofrllml properly, CAnSOM. PETTIWAV Si SILMIl'tR,
(apt IT, Oct. 4. II, 18. K40I iitua14 In rode county Florida towit-, I Solicitors for Flilntlff.lawpt. .
ATTENTIONDADE Lot 10. Ulk 11. Orchard VIII L.. la. 20. 1'7. Oft 4. "40.'
NOTICE: OF APPLICATION FOR toniion Plat Book IT. Fat ai,In the .
TAX DEED I II city of Miami County of Dad*. Prate ,
Chapter JTm- of 1U5--Fll. A-42i I of Florida, a* embraced In Certificate
.i l .11..... la hereby. clvrn that E. A. (..anttilrr ..... 1041. The ...- >.nt of laid property Be sore that jam eyes are as
holder of Slat ond'County Tn c..- under the said certificate .Uiurdwai food as your brakes-have them
tlfI.... No. soft toned the 6lh day of COUNTY la the name of Unknown
Jas., A. logo, hw filed tam* In my Lot SI. Ulk 11. Orchard Villa T.ttrralon. I tested at least once each year
offm, made application for a tam Plat Book 17. Palle rl in the
dead to bi lamed the laid C.nif/eat./ HIT of Miami. County of Dado Slat
mbtaa the following described property nf Florida, u embraced In C.rtld,'.". DR. F. ARCHER
I* the County of Dade. (tat. of Florida, Vegetable GrowersOur No. 1047. The Manservant ,.( said
to-wk Iscale property under the Mid rritlfliiit. !I.- i AND SON
it the N. B Coy of W'i of Will sued was In the name of rUwn
H Wi of Bgi,, th: wily fto ft.. I ly 100, Unions ..ld renltlcat shall br mlnmrdiccordln Consulting Optometrists
J.1a.lrln ft., N'ly I 100 ft to Pt of to I... tat deed will fast,. thereon -
; BWttoa I. Township 14 South .. the Ilh day of 0.10",.. A. I) 11)4" 1624 VI. J1aller 8t.Jlaml, Fla.
10 Raan :* East, In the County of Pad. Ruled this trd diy ef Keptrmbrr. A. D.

lut The'immunities FferMC of sale property antler Southeastern divisional office at Ken. If40 E. n. LEATHERMAN. Erse 1.ln.-Ltn Glaser \Iopel.. Ground
the mid MitlfiMlt wu lit the nam of! Clerk of Circuit Court,
T. I. 1111I... It .1. dall Florida will remain open throughoutthe Dad Cuuuty. Florida Directors 01 Th. A_.1... Institute. .
USING said nrtlflcat shall ................ Circuit Court Rat. school tar Optk/ans
seems 0 few ":. property described for the benefit of those Dy H. C. rTERRFTT D C
tkw.fs %IIt'b. *:I.t"to the hl h.,rt holder summer growers (IS.pt. I. 1e. 10, II Oct. d, ID40IDR.R.S.AKERS
at the Court house Arne on the tint Monjo -
>: th* (Mink W November. 140, which who might be interested in discussing .. ,, .. ,,,, ,,, "

> 1. *1t.4aPass y*4th-of E. B.--bo"b.LEATHERMAN.; : : ', 140 their 1910-1911 marketing problems. : C. J. BROWN CO.

Clerk of Circuit Court ,
hit 8D ado County Florida. Pay Us A Visit :
: By INJ BTBRRETT. D. C. | Refrigeration Service
C *p>. 17 1 4, II. It, 1MOUl i .
:Office ileum: Sa.m. to S p. m.i .

GARLIC Help FigM AMERICAN fRUIT GROWERS, INC. i Bndaw 1ooad Saturday P .. IS ':-i ElectricalContracting

Harmful Colon Baclsria

hied..= Rermf.lbaelmw if-=;o.. E. W. IDS, j. G. WEUD. :! Free Parking Staace
matter to raw Golan k.
=law -...i and owning .'...-.... Division Manager Sales Manager nil N. w. &ant STfmun CAVES BUHL
five an 4 dlmin.s. TIF DEAIIBORN
1'ii; 1 dorloia Oarlla T.b.: .... Com la PRONE I-Z131 : HOMESTEAD HIO.VI ..31Friday
i aa. irt a FEES trial naaaa.
at Dixie Drug. -.1 nn ........ .......... .. .




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Pare Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, September 27, 1940 '

AUGUST SALESOF -o i.l4" a pfliiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwKRAFTS( / UIIiIIImIIlliluu/ :- / ullliuim/ Il IIIIUlUIIIIIIIII I IllnulllUIllUl3/ \\\


>-Which is 1 1V

Flint, Mich., Sept. 26.-Nw car irabbtt = 0 _
sales by the Buick division of I
= E
General Motors Sales Corporation I

during showed the an last Increase Un days of of 1075 August per AMERICAN or VELVEETA CHEESE 2 loaf 39c \

cent over the same period In 1939, -== -E3 ,:
according to W.F. Hufitader, vice.president rlalbarb CuL Phillips "Delicious" Products Excell 1 lb. pkgs. .
and general sales manager -
3-DoBli -
Sales for the period were Kinds of 5 O 25 Soda Crackers 2 for' _. 17c
4,994, bringing the total for the becomeandirouc Pork &Beans : A g e ,
month to 14,776. This represent ,..
an increase of 85.7 per cent over w. u.oz. =
Tomato Juice 17c
when baked? .1 l
August, 1939. CAN
Broken,Sliced or No.2 can, 2 for
Used Buick eRr stocks dealers were decreasedwhen processed Or Kitty Kltthen.. Butter Beans 'c A:isl 25e Crushed Pineapple 25c <
16,172 units during the last 10 1. The word rarebit iras the ml*
days of August, an Increase of take of an early American diction E.
6,339 units or 49 6 per cent. Used ary maker. Welsh rabbit was the j= LARSEN'S S :

car Increase sales for of the 44 6 month per cent showed, with I an I nobleman's name given In an chet.emergency to a Both cheese are by dish a In Welsh mod.eoneocttd 2 large 29c
43,299 units I told 1 In August, 1940,I ern dictionaries. I Freshie i Vegetable's I'
compared with I 29,943 In the lame I Buy very young brightskinnedstalks cans .
of rhubarb. ,
month lost year. I Scrub but do not
perl. Cut tender stalks Into/ strip ,
Used car stocks on hand at the I = E
'Hth of an Inch thick. Stand them
end of August were equal to only i In Ice water until they curL Serve i Rosemary ;:; II
23.3 dny turnover, with a total ts a garnish_at rawl! I
of 3 ,153 units In the field. I become J. K orerbaked, all tbeeses-will Grape Juice <>T- 23c (F
stringy and tough. Whenyou
"I haven't 'ad a bite for do *,"''I sprinkle cheese on top of a '
laid a tramp to the landlady) of casserole, bake at 350' in the automatically FREE TEA GLASS with '/4 lb. )pkjf. 3 .

Dragon.an English"D'you Inn, The think George yer could and its controlled ranee.I oven at yourmalarn LUX Nf. PKO.- -9< MAXWELL HOUSE TEA SScl .

apace me oneT""Certainly I PRO. .9cLUXT.
landlady not," replied the I i- SOAP 3 FOR 19CLIFEBUOY Log Cabin Syrup DIED. 17c i :
"Thank yer," laid the tramp, 3 FOR 19C CAN
and slouched off. A few minutes
later"What he was d'yer back.want now?" the I MONKEY ONLY = SILVER DUST | Angelus 1 Ib. Cello Dar .

landlady asked savagely) JUNGLE TSSf&SSP 25C Marshmallows JScNo.
"Could I love I
a few words with IN TNS U.S.a" .
George" said the
ed. tramp.-5elect-j r1wide's 111"11.0p, Fair Play No. 2 can ==
.Jana tls). -e..d DA.a..W. Willi.a wi .Y 3 CAN 47 c Cuts .. --ISc;
Then If no duty we so much I Plum .w M16011. w.Sp Aspargus I
under-rate as the duty of being i B.-.L.e altAwq. I
happjr.-Stevenson. .
Science and religion no more 1' j 3 Fancy Bunch '
contradict each other than For results use Leader. .
and el.ctrlclty.-'oulk. light I III Enterprise Classified Ads 1 Celery Hearts lOc: Coffee: :

I ,j == 2 Ig. heads

FOR CROP SUCCESS I Iceberg Lettuce ISc I I L% IOn

i= Top 19cDo i

.. Plant .. food CANS 25cSelected

:i Chipso, Ig. pkg. 22cServing a

\ Ic
t : Selected Delicious Eating:

: :I Potatoes Apples Both 23c-' I

SeedsRutger's == 10 Ibs. ..ISc 5 Ibs .. ..2k

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l I Ii 1 CHOICE MEATS i Today..SaveMoney I

== "'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' '''''''''in.I \ BIRDS m S ==
: Cleo, Grothen, New m Fresh ....

j Marglobe, Globe (Buist Strain) ..1 I Pork Shoulders SHANK WHOLE HALF OR 17c r 1 :e :

f \ Fresh Shipment Country BIRDS lYE

r I I Roll Butter 1b. 33c ';'LINK BEANS I
i i o.tz.b Ms squals 2 tt>a>

: :I 1 I 1 Veal I Roast Bones -,.Rolled Ib. 29c 'l IIRM poda-tcrrcs m: 4. 27 ea 53

Pull favor awl fnlu-IA =
. I Sliced B. Bacon Ib 23c 040101111': 49c

mot KYE :::II
t Phone 63Homestead 9 Heavy Western Center Cuts SPINACH r

; Fla. I I 9_ Chuck Roast -27c N. sead-eoeee..grit....dy 0 24c,q.

\ Franklin's Fresh Killed 41
, SCALLOPS '!** 37c
.v -
Fryers, Ib... 35c-Hens.Jb.._ 30c COO ru.urS. .{ 1"> 28c g
r Cut from Yearling Steers ASPARAGUS TIPS/... 88< E

+ Complete Line of Flower Seed*?4w AvailaIw T-DONE OKEMMk
29 .
for Home Gardens SIRLOIN lb. C .ao ts o.........Poe" I

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