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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: June 7, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00282
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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XXVIII-NO. 23 HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1940 PRICE FIVE CE.\TS ...





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i'Two Local Youths Among Annapolis ADMIRAL ADVISES CANNON !

GET FIRSTS IN

I Cadets Receiving Advance in Grade ",--- ,.

THE WEATHER Desirability of I .>cal Terrain i
I William A. Arthur of Homesteadand school today.

SPEAKINGANDTWO Clarence Trencher of Florida( Arthur, who Is the ton of Mr. ow..t _.,..;;.p..t-of tA. II....'......'.., Explain 1 to
I City, cadets at the United States and Mrs. A F. Arthur will be advanced g'pwlm.nt II..'..... H___. Florid. Army Air ChiefCITY'S
Naval Academy at Annapolis will from the third to second D.ie l I\I--"M.I:" a.;: 1'II; ;
31 90 I 69 29.921 1.63
their commls- class, while Froscher, of Mr. May
step nearer son :
move a COMMUTE:
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SPORTSGodwin's June 1 .. 79' 70 i3D.OOI 0.62
and Mrs E. A. Froscher will leave
alone as officers at annual commencement ,
June 2 I 82 li9 I I 2.95 JETS CO-OPERATION
day exercises of the the plebe grade and enter the third : n.
class I June 3 88 71 130.011
June t 85 I 76 30.021 0.t8
I Andrew and Congressman
Both young men are In line for Pepper, -
June 5 87 78 3D.06trace,
Address Gains BREAK GROUNDFOR cruises Froscher and his classmates .i Get Ears
June 8 73 30.081
Him Triumph Over leave within several days of OfficialsThe
aboard the battleships Arkansas!
5 Contestants NEW BAPTIST I
and New York. They will visit I
KENDALL STAFF United States nart i.irtmrnt j.
ports in Venezuela and Panamaand I
BALL, S\VIMAIING CHURCH MONDAYGround returning, will put in at Cuba will\ give consideration 10. the

TEAMS VICTORIOUS and New York. The cruise will end OFFICIAL HEADS Homestead area for tin alt"I,11-, :

August 20. Froscher will arrive ment of on auxiliary] land n liana
H. H. S. Junior Is Eligibleto breaking ceremonies for home for a vacation In September. to the proposed a training ,I..lIlIn
Take Part in the 33000 building of the First Arthur will accompany his classon LOCALHOSP1TAL at Miami.
Baptist Church at N. W Third a cruise which will start June
TriStateState 10 and continue month The -ILJ This was disclosed In u I,'tin
street and Krome avenue will be a trip
from Rear Admiral J H, T.,,, .
will be aboard cruisers which -i '
will Elinor
held at 3 clock Monday afternoon Mrs Robertson, night
F. F. A. championships in visit West chief of the bureau o' mm '\ito ,< '. ''t
it was announced by the Rev.J. Key on July t. Arthur superintendent of the Kendall hospital
vacation will start 1 I. Congressman Pat C.11 n" .I .
djamondtall, public speaking and E. Johnstone, pastor of the July
selected superintendentof
church was copy of which was fcrwartt! vt'
relay swimming were won by the I of the old the new James Archer Smith! terday to Preston B. Bit ,,10.II
Razing building has
Homestead chapter at the annual been completed and the site wll COUNCIL MOVESTO I Hospital by members of the boardof man of a city-iponeored r n niitt-e
state convention of Future Farmers which ,
is seeking ways lAnd III'' an
be cleared and for the
ready construction control at I meeting held at
held at the University of Florida of obtaining an air field In 1 under '
Gainesville last week The program work by Monday tomorrow.will start CREATE FIVE the home of Carl Deden Monday the national defense pioainm

J. T. Godwin, member of the night Admiral Tower letter follow
with the audience led I
a song by ,
local chapter and a junior In Home by J Q. Caldwell, followed by a PARKS IN CITYThe Mr*, Robertson was one of several "Your memorandum with tin-.t-i
stead High School, won the speaking scripture reading and prayer by Florida state registered nurses tached copies of May 22 rind M"v
championship. He triumphed Dr. Johnstone. who made application for the post 23, 1940, relative tor l landing J told
over winners of five district con council at Homestead Florida. have been
Short talks will be made by city authorized the
tests. As a result of his victory, and were interviewed at the meet- given careful consideration 1)the
Mayor Tom Harris, the Rev. J. J. city attorney to foreclose certificates -
he will represent Florida in the ing The superintendents remun- bureau of ucioiiautiieippn'I I"
trl-state public speaking contest of (Continued on Page Two) on five blocks, In the east eration will be on the fee basis. ate your calling our ullcnti,,n tu

the F. F. A. to be held In July, and section of the town. including the Connected with the Kendall hos- the location as it will be mci.irv

compete with state champions of negro section, to be used as parks, pital for five Mrs. Robertson to establish outlying 1 handing field
PERRINE TAKES years -
Alabama and Georgia The win- at a meeting of the council Mon attached to the prupu cd training
ner of the trl-state meet will be day night. Plans for their development hal been night superintendentthree station at Miami, Florida. Fury
entered in the national contest to 6 TO 2 VICTORY will be made later year consideration will btt given h, Ue
be held at Kansas City, Mo ,God-1' The council also authorized Homestead site a* the selection of
win's winning speech was entitled Street and Fire Committeeman theme outlying field is madt .
"Training for Citizenship In a FROM I BROOKER Henry Brooker Jr., to purchase REDLAND SCHOOL Congremtin Cannon, as will
Democracy Through Future Farmers 1000 feet of fire hose from the as Senator Claude Pepper and Senator '
of America STANDINGS Hector Supply Company at $1.62 HONOR STUDENTSRECEIVEJIEDALS Charles O. Andrew fit If-
The dinmondball team of the TEAM per foot and to oil N. W. Fourth eral! weeks have been t)1'k'l1l1
local chapter defeated the Tale Won Lost Pet. street from Second avenue to the Washington action in cMnblNliIng
chapter 14 to 8 to gain the title. In Home h..n. 4 0 1.000 ,
Seaboard Railroad tracks a federal air field in ibis lumty
reaching the finals they "crrlne ._ 1 2 131 The police department report upon request of the local cunmnt-
Ocala: 21 to 5 and defeated I Brooker h __. 1 4 200
for May, read before the council, tee.
to 2, This Weeks Schedule showed 15 arrests were trade and Prcsentatio of medal to stu- Last week Senator Pepper con-
In the swimming relay race were June 7-Home vi Perrine fines totaling $138 were assessed dents for ,landing excellence tacted Maj.) Gen. H 11 Arm,Id.

Richard Biggen, Charles Mingcr, June 10-Perrine vi Brooker. The fire report showed firemen during the I'u.' -t year formed partof chief of the army air corps, and
Walter Erannan and Kenneth
June 12-Home vs. Perrine. made six i runs. explained the practicability and
Glenn They set up a mark of 1.04 On recommendation of Mr. Hay the prof,'din at commencement econon with which an air field
minutes for the 168-yard swim The Brooker Lumber Companyteam cock the council voted to postpone exercises ot Hedland High School could be established here Pie-
to gain the victory. occupying second place in advertisement of the sale of the Wednesday night vlously Congressman Cannon requesit -
Second place in the livestock the dlsmondbaU league standing, delinquent tax list for 1939 until The hc.nol.students and the .i Col W. H. Hale of the
judging contest was taken by and Perrine. in the cellar, changed next ApriL"Sonny" branches In which they excelled army general headquarters aViation -
Virgil Bailey, Lewis Eaker and positions when Perrine defeated follow: division to Inspect the Homestead -
Mlnger representing the local the local men by a score of 6 to 2 Berger Is Star Howard. Crouse scholarship. area and ascertain its .xl-
chapter. Bailey! tied for first place, Monday night. Charl< I,irr, pmident of the vantage as a sale for an army air
in sheep judging. I Perrine strung Us coring In New Orleans Debut student .: The ehapt : took third place In: through the nine innings and gave Lydia VIMen activities (including Serving on the local committee
parliamentary procedure The Brooker ample opportunity at win Margaret .'Sonny" ;Berger nf I cheer I.-ailing. sports writing, with Mr Bird u'' f. Mayor Tom
team was composed of Barney ning but the local team couldnt Homestead, rated a* one ot \1'.<' sin; 'ng In .... gle cluU, taking Harris and Co..aciknen Hoary
Godwin, Charles Conner Harry I seem to get the combination of the best girl diamondball pitcher L> psi, I In school plays, reporting Brooker,Jr.. and Frank B. Rue.and
Bowen, Bailey Winger and Big offering of Deal, Perrine hurler. Florida, upheld her rvi"i hiKin in ichi, I'' events, and being i mem- Civil Engineer 1. R. Livingston
gs" Camp,hen backed up Deas behind New Orleans when she ',,J I Jax ber ot the Booster Club), .. I
the i late. Batteries for Brooker Girls team to a 4-to-O victory over He", n Pope, ewnVa .. Woman Fined
Negro
BOARD DROPS TUESDAY HOUR WfFuch' ., pitcher, and Ennis, the Balshaw team of Houston, .rls Ct. .pbell. music
The district welfare board has l noise. Texas, Sunday night Jeannette C an, put lie speaking $60 on Bolita Charge
discontinued Its Tuesday office I Wednesday night game between Mist Better i* playing with the (M' nth t de '!r\t.1.\
hours and henceforth will receive Brooker and Horne was All Stars of New Orleans and is Junior Kit :, pubis, speaking "I seat happ rid to h+sro them
application only on Friday frolll Uteraly called on account of dark attending the summer school of (seventh grant toy i and I. *,.an"t trying to d/i any bw tnets. -
10 o'clock In the morning until ness. During the third Inning, with Tulane University located there. Rosemary Ucnn,mrton, public .' said Louise Williams 35,
2,SO o'clock in the afternoon, in Home lending S to 0, the floodlights The Jax-Balshaw game was speaking, eighth ,rade. negro when police presented several -
the Chamber of Commerce l building -'I went out and repairs could fisc Berger debut before New I Iva Mae Fulton public speaking book of bvlita tickets as evidence
It was announced. The board net be 1 TV .de In time to continue Orleans fan. She held the Houston ninth trade. against her in city court
receives applications fer old age' the game -- girl to four hit and fanned ,I Clyde Chamber, athletic ,Monday night
assistance, aid to dependent children I Cancelled postponed games tight batten. Hew Orleans news The medal were given by The Look lake buainw ta rae, Sixty -
CCC and WPA registrationand we to be played at the end of the papers were profuse. In their praise school and were presented by Carl dollars or <(9 WI).," said 1II..or :
surplus commodities. ,;season. I of the Homestes tchlrg ace. Wagner principal. JUrrls.






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PARMAN.LEII IAN'Chicago Couple Buys ;A. B. CORE OPENS Bunnell 451-POUND, June BEAK f (FNS KILLED) A ,est States.military band In the Unltrfl;'J j I

Kings Highway Grove I of Flagler and St. Johns County! One or possibly two more artist!,: (

SPEEDS OUTPUT I LUNCIIING PLACE men last week ran will be secured for the artist series j I

Purchase of the grove of Mrs. killed one of the largest bears ever program next year. ... }

I JArvlIla Booth,on West Kings highway bagged in this county. The bear

WITH NEW UNITSCapacity by Mr. and Mrs O. N. Had- AT SOUTH MIAMI which weighed about 450 pounds, I

ley of Chicago was announced by I was brought down at a point between .

Mrs. Eleanor Froscher local real Neoga and Dinner Island .

of the Parman-Lehman estate broker, yesterday. The deal An up-to-date lunch room specializing after having been trailed for several lRReliableDry .1

Packing Company hat been tripled was closed May 20 and the new In lunches, sandwiches I miles by dogs. The animal was

owners took possession a week and cold drinks and offering 24-,killed by several loads of buck- .
by the recent Installation of an up- later. hour service has been opened by shot.GRAlfOPERA. '

to-date fog-waxing machine and Mr. Hadley, formerly In the A. B. Core at 219 State Highway, Cleanersand I

an increase In the facilities for hardware business was ordered to South Miami. It Is being operated

lie-grading and packingThe Florida for his health by his physi under"the name of "Abie's Lunch' I II Laundry

addition to the packinghouse cian. He spent the winter with Room. EMORY BEARING

cost approximately 13,000 his daughter, Mrs. A. R. Tummcl, Mr. Core, who came to South ON PROGRAM OFSTATEJCOLLEGE Owner and Manager I
at Coconut Grove and Mrs Hadley Dade County in 1023, Is a brotherof I

and will give the company an out- came down from Chicago a month the Rev. Harley R Core of Red-I SUITS I

put of about 1,500 quarter boxes ago. Their daughter, Miss Betty land For many years he was In : 49c

of limes per day, laid C. J. Par- Jane Hadley, who will arrive the drug sundry business at South

man, one of the owners of the 1 month, will enter Homestead Miami and In recent years he has Tallahassee, June 6. Grand I PANTS 24cMen's

plant. School next year as a senior High engaged In farming. I opera will be brought to Florida I

Waxing of the limes If for the The dining room and kitchen of I State College for Women for

purpose of closing the pores In the REWARD POSTED the lunch room art under the 'first time on the artist series pro-I I '''omen'aHATS

skin to preserve their rich green supervision of Bob and Al Dyson,I'I gram next year, it has been Cleaned d 45

color and prevent shrinkage by formerly of Bryant's Corner.J ,nounced by Dean Ella Scoble Op- Blocked e I i
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evaporation. The machine has FOR ARREST OF I perman, dean of the school of J

Ureelnll.l. The first one consist W. Shouse SuccumbsIn .1 music, after signing the San Carlo

Of a series of revolving brushes TURTLE SLAYERS Kentucky Hospital II,Opera Company.The I PANTS 20cSHIRTS

over which the limes travel United States Marine band I

io be cleaned and polished. The will also be attraction of the
J W Shouse, 70, who with Ms an
brushes feed the limes into the
Marineland, June 8.Slaughter wife, Mrs. Parma Shouse, had been coming year."Carmen" IQcDRESSES49o.
Waxing compartment. Here the
of female loggerhead and green spending the winter for the past by Bizet and "Madame
fruit revolving as It moves along
turtles by cutting out their eggs ten years at their residence, Butterfly" by Puccini will be the
on spinning rollers, through
passes
a fog of wax on the beaches of St. Johns, Vo- "Momingside," on Krome road two operas to be presented here
ipray.Passing usia and Flagler counties has near Biscayne drive, died May 31 next year. Although the exact .
out of the waxing unit,
spurred the Marine Studios to post In a Lexington Ky. hospital, according date Is not known, the opera com-
the limes enter the drying compartment LadieeCOATS
a $100 reward with R. L. Dowling to word received by friends pany will come here between January -
against a stiff breezemade
head of the state department of: 29 and February 5. Under
by a huge electric fan. here.Mr. 49c
conservation, for the arrest and Shouse, a retired merchant, the direction of Fortune Gallo the :
From the dryer the limes feed
conviction of guilty persons, according lived at Frankfort, Ky. He and San Carlo Opera Company has a
to slowly-moving belt
a past employees -
to W. Douglas Burden, Mrs. Shouse returned to Kentuckytwo season each year in New York and SKIRTS
who pick out the imperfectones
resident of the studios A state months ago after their annual Chicago, as well ss its tour 250.
and allow the others to pass
law prohibits the slaying of these winter visit here. Singing the title role In "Car
on to automatic sorters which I
place the fruit into bins according turtles during May, June, July andAugust I men" will be Coe Glade, a Spanish Damp Wash, 12 Ibs. 49c

to their lize. Packers place it was pointed out. First Shipments MadeIn linger known as the greatest Car- (Se each additional pound)
"The Inhuman viciousness of men of the modern
State WatermelonsLeesburg opera stage.
the limes Into quarter boxes directly -
those who slaughter a turtle alive Hizl Koyke, Japanese artist, Flat Work, lb. _..7e
from the bins. Into each box Wlll,1
bp cutting out the in orderto sing the title role In l
also is placed a multi-colored placard eggs/ June 6 (FNS)-The Commercial Flat, lb. 4c
save themselves the time of In Its extensive
Butterfly.) tours
which advertises Florida cit tint carload of watermelons to I ($1 Minimum)
waiting until the eggs are laid must leave the state this season was ot the Pacific coast, this opera I
rus.The be stopped," I1dt/).rden said. "In was requested more times than any I IoU1er.
Redland District lime Industry shipped by S. A. Fields and Company CALLED FOR AND
our.scientific l work the .
conducting *
which has been estimated to Okahumpka, last wee : DELIVEREDPhone
studios we have felt for a longtime The States
Marine band
be worth 1230,000, suffered comparatively Northern markets are said to k'i mtv ,I
that the futhless slaughter of which
little from the January firm with excellent demand for two concerts here 79 Caves Bldg.
these deep sea creatures, if continued the afternoon and October ,
freeze. There are about 1,800 Florida melons Shippers anticipate evening of Homestead, Ha.
would Inevitably end In 14, is
recognized as the great
acres of limes growing In the area. much stronger markets thana "
mnllhilation of-lhe species. Florida -
for field limes because of the late
May prices run year ego sea-
ranged from $6 to $8.30 per field i+I is noted fopits many species
of turtles, andy our utmost desire sonAt
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box net to grower, Mr. Farman, a meeting of the Florida
to assist tote. state departmentof
.
Watermelon Festival committee '
conservation,,.". any way possible
here last week it was decided Redland BrandFertilizers
to forces :
said.BREAK stop thejljjJryctiva to hold the annual affair this I year I
which 'along the east
are operating
GROUNDContinued
In view of the lack of financial
coast of the state.
supportProcess
Mr Burden said he has received

( from Page One) I many reports of the cutting of

Richards, pastor of the Homestead eggs from live turtles, which are tare

Methodist Church; Baker M. Hind- then left to die.

man, principal of the Homestead w

schools; W. B. Caves, Sr, representing Air Pilot Training manufactured in Homestead

the congregation; Mrs Julia Offered by Stetson ;

Polk, representing the Sunday ,
school: Miss Ellen Vann and Mrs. I JuS--A;;
DeLand. course In
A. E. Paul, representing the young both ground and flight training! by a locally owned company. '
women of the chsirch, and Howard
under the civilian pilot training Exclusive!
West,representing the young men.
summer division, will open
program
Dr. Johnstone will present E. A. Mixtures carriedon
at Stetson University June 15, are
tm9e
Ehman, architect for the new buildIng The new
provided Stetson's quota of 30 students -
E. L. Lawrence, E. H. Collier
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Is completed by the opening
and J. Lawrence Scott, membersof that makes hand for
date, according to an announcement every
andJ.
the building committee
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today by President W S. this durable
: point more
D. Conner, construction superint -
I Allen Communications rece.'edfrom
ndcnl
Atlanta headquarters of the and" need.
.' more resistant *
he bun ins! the ground will
civil aeronautics authority of A rich
be done by Arrn Campbell and
the C. P. T. P. Is a branch, state I to weather.
Ralph Musselwhlte, who were
that the summer course wit be I
members of the church when the Your patronage is
free to all college students. DAVIS
of Baltimore
old building was erected 27 years I
The course, which will continue
ago./ until 15, la to Stetson I
Sept.
T'' benediction i \\ill be pro- open STANDARDHOUSE always appreciated.
students, student from other colleges
nounred by rue Rev. Geo. H. Hicks
living In the vicinity of De-
Nor of the First PresbyterianChurch ,
of Homestead.Constructir't Land, and college graduates a' any| JAINTBROOKER

of the building was I year, provided they moi the I Co.I I

mAde Out! through cash donations .physical. ithln tt
and .ledges 'talnr-4 in a .
,'cour. is ,''n to men oiil fRANK B.RUE.MGR.
tmpalgn eone'Uv'ec 'v rp' weeks ,.
Lumber Co.
a Co. Dr. John"''J1\ t'
for I e co .itness with I .\WIO WOULD Homestead. Ft*. Ph. It MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER f1

which the firs' dje-, due June HOMESTEAD
it .
1, were paid. ., tllevt 3 FIA.

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Illness Proves Fatal : The COM of electrict.1 HI be I

For Ellid C. YontsThe re1ne greatly one Ih ret .f j

eeld luht to solved. I

body et C Yor. 64, ..e cost of .ntertal..",nt 1s NEWT. G. BALL DR.
C.
II. DENBY
Redland farmer, v no diet I Lies lay within the reach! of aU via dlo.

at the Kendall hospital, 'v's sent Nowhere will ye ir dollar bit) mot e '!

to 8allvC, Vo Wednesday for actual talus than in keeping yot NOTA\ "t'BUC I .

b rbiV under direction .I the Turner radio In repair-Call US fur II I Osteopathic Physician : 1 1I

Funeral Home.A prompt service on all makes.
'
native elf Saltville, Mr. Yenta I II4 DODD RADIO SALES Fire Insurance and I

earn to this district six months t!lEt vies: Kindred Lines P.hene 39HtMestead '

ago He .U. survived by four sons, tae N. Kraw AT.. BeMttaa4M4 !W

Carl and Garland TonU ot Salt- I Pilots Fla. :;

ville and Roy and Everett Yonts U N. Kreaw Ave.

ot Goulds, and a daughter, Mrs READ THE WANT-ADS (Over Browa's Drug: Store) ,

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Richards Will Review I will be attracted by hundreds of STATE BOMB: FACTORY SEEN \
, GIRLS UEREVIN 'OPENING SONGOF ''thousands, during the summer. I The Eustis Lake region reports
History o( PastorateThe this week that O. A. Sauer of
I Already Inquiries are being Eustis, Inventor of the liquid r rpeets
PRIZES IN DADE Rev. J. J. Richards, who : WORLDS FAIR;made dealer by in manufacturers fashionable woman'swear of and bomb, has been In conlercnoe oxygen j'1 ,
has completed his third ,
year as with British air officials' and pi As-
pastor of the Homestead for the privilege of staging
Methodist ,
ESSAY CONTESTMiss are that a factory will be '
: !fashion shows the Florida Bunch
on
Church, will review the church'slife
t IIONORSLORIDAI established at Eustis for the manufacture
(
during the last three years In :as well as In the Florida Tropical I of this type bomb at an
his Sunday night entitled Garden In order to get the proper t :
I Dorothy Moon, 16, studentof sermon ,early date.
"The Woild's Fair N. Y., June 8.-1 background for their displays.The .
Lights and Shadows
of Three
Homestead High School
,
won (Special\ )-Florida was honored it matter is under advisement by ua.uu.n- araan ,-.or. '
I Years. His
first prize In age group, IS: to 18, morning theme will I
the of the World's Fair, I
and Miss Mildred Craft, 19, student be "What Shall We Do With opening the department of special eventsof
by being saluted as the medium the exhibitPARDON
Jesus?
of Redland High School, won
i third prize, age group, 19 to 21, Sunday will mark also, the end through which to carry the, Tropical Cafe
theme of the
new song exposition : BOARD TO MEET
of the church The
In an essay contest conducted by year past year
the Miami Housing Authority. has been the best of the three under "For Peace and Free- The state pardon board will holda NOW LOCATEDAT 1'1\
his dom, over the air to the thou- four-day session at Tallahassee
pastorate, Mr Richards
Harry W. Watts, executive direc-
tor of said. It saw the largest net gainin sands crowding the grounds. It starting June 17, to hear pending THE
the Miami Housing Authority
-
: membership and, In spite of the was put on the public address appeals for clemency. During the
presented $U to Miss Moonat EVANS HOUSE
system over special equipment,
financial reverses of the com-' first two days the board will hear Ii
the Homestead commencement from the tower the
surmounting picas from the
residing
munity, the stewards will be able persons
exercises Tuesday night, and $::5
to
Florida which houses the
to meet the church budget In full, pavilion tint, fourth and fifth districts, and One Block South of t
Miss Craft
at the Hedlund graduating
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exercises for the ninth consecutive time, he famous Stephen Collins Foster me- on the final two days will heal Krome-Flstlrr Traffic
Wednesday night.A said. morial carillon. pleas from those In the second and Light, on S. Kronw Ave.
total of 2,400 essay werewritten The music was heard in every third districts I II ,
In 23: schools of Dade -
nook and corner of the vast area i
County and of this number 237: Princeton Area Youths of the fair and in the opinion of ,

were selected by the schools and Get Riverside DiplomasWilliam experts In that line, was much,I
submitted to the judges. more effective and reached the

The contest, which opened Shelley Johnson, son of ears of more listeners than could,(
March 11 and closed May IS, was Mrs. A. W. Lindgren of Redland possibly have been the case had

conducted.. acquaint the public, and Ernest Franklin Todd, Jr., of I any other Instrument than the
especially the youth, with the Prlncton received diplomas at the carillon been selected as the broadcasting -
semr-soelal program of public annual commencement exercises medium.

bousing. of Riverside Military Academy, The song which Is popularly
Judge ,K the contest were Miss Gainesville, Ga., held Monday. known as "The World's Fair I .
Mary P1 Uerritt, dean of women. Johnson received a commercial March," was written by EugeneLa
University of Miami; the Rev. R.' diploma, while Todd was awardeda Barre who also composed the Mean Guaranteed Used Cars i
L. Allen pastor of the Trinity scientific diploma. During the music It has been adopted by the i
Methodiaq Miami, and F. W. Bor- year Johnson received five merit management of the World's Fair as
ton director,of radio station ribbons for outstanding deport- the official song of the 1940 ex, -
W_ QAM. I I ment. He participated In company position.The 1938 CHEVROLET DELUXE TUDOR TRUNK t
The .essay* .f Miss Moon and, basketball. Todd, who was a memo original program carried a SEDAN.
Miss Craft pppear elsewhere In! ber of the football team of Com- division of time over the public II
the columns of this Issue of the I pany C, received four merit ribbons address system with one of the big

tead r-Enterprise. I during the year bands but at the last moment the 1937 CHEVROLET DELUXE FOR DOlt i
Eugene Talmadge, former ..over.ner Invitation came to Florida eliciting
17-Pound Baby Born I of Georgia, delivered the com- the full period. Following the ren- TRUNK SEDAN. I
mencement address dition of the official song, several
To Florida Parents,
Stephen Foster numbers were put 1937 FORD 60 TUDOR TRUNK SEDAN.
June"" ("F 1723.000 FOR SCHOOLS on the air, Including "Suwannee ,
Starke, 6 FNS)Bradford II The state Is expected to make a1 River" "Jennie With the Light
County points with pride to a new (723,000( payment on Its public!I Brown Hair" and "Old Black Joe." 1931 CHEVROLET TUDOR SEDAN.
arrival in the form of a 17-pound I school this week With the
appropriation i out
baby born last week to Mr and which should cut the deficit to of the way, tae"t : of the I ;
Mrs. L. R. Starling of Heilbronn I about $1,300,000. I I Florida State Exhibit has turnedIts 1932 FOKD-V-8 FORDOR SEDAN.
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Springs.Dr. attention to preparing for the
M, J3, Hcrlong, attending WPA DROPS 1,000 I formal opening of the Florida
physician who announced the State WPA administrator Roy Beach The "beach' will be one of
baby's weight, states that In his Schroder announced this week that I the outstanding features of the Bird Chevrolet Co.
many years of medical experiencehe an additional 1,000 persons had entire fair and many celebrities are
has never seen or heard of a been dropped from the WPA rolls ,expected to take part In the cere- Oldest Chevrolet Dealer on Florida East Coast ,
child so large at birth and it Is of administrative and supervisory I monies dedicating It to the uses I Homestead Florida Telephone 91 .. .
generally believed that the Star- employees. .. of fair visitors ,who, It Is believed,
lings hold a world's record in this
respect. The newcomer is their


Navy 12th child Quota weight Increases and of the at birth.Enlistments only State one of.abnormal I Great New Values New Low Prices!





The navy recruiting station at I
Miami I announces that the assigned
'
quota of enlistments for the navy
during the month of June from
the Florida-Georgia area is 140 I v
men. Of this quota, the Miami 1j
navy recruiting ta will be
tnle I
expected to supply than
10 enlistments and as many more I
,
qualified applicants as can be ob- i -J -1
j
tained. I fr REFRIGERATORS and ELECTRIC RANGES

The bureau of navigation has !
announced that Congress and the

navy department have authorized|I ISTORYf
expanding the navy from Its present LOWEST PRICE INN
strength of 147,000 men to 0 Ease
that of 170,000 men The oNLY $117 Terms Special Model 5.10
official quota of enlistments for the
entire United States during the Model
month of June Is 3900 men and It d NeW 6 Cu.Ft.t 940 of the
tna"r
Is expected that similar quotas will BraD like Ibill Has penl..aNenr
11115 before a"bu,. 11IOI t e5t
be assigned throughout the summer tiktaumechao Fiete
months until the authorized same finest Same conatrucul Mnsuionst low pr". i'"udel' n.a on!- i >ot i: sModels. j
Strength Is reached. Ubioett Benue asp
Sleet oinlt W.endn -
frig.nlor -
Yeat protection MechsoamThgain y
$20,000,000 FOR DEFENSE alcd-1n
of the yell!
Florida leads all other states In
the amount of defense money allotted

with over $29,000,000 rep- VALUE
resented In appropriations for military ViSA liON" RANGE
air and naval base expansion .s 0 E8I1 --'

state/and new construction In this I ONLY $1085 TermsNevi'940

Model

'i SUMMER SCHOOL TO OPEN D. Luxe Qualit- frigid

The University of Florida sum- Msdd !Y40 ,...A beau fullle1l!Includes cabineta' faturesImagins
schoor term will begin June s ,bnfry, t.ria
Er for the first of two summer Now Going On Our FrigiJalre 'of m ib pn t Ned,w/u/JJ coo"b. .., idnDPROOF. Tber--
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THE LEADER.ENTERPRISEl! IS LoJiig A.--HJ EM: "B jk.i.'flI1Io m LIBRARY FACTS *


'."II'*" alder. 0& B._..... ... I AND FANCIES
N the ,.iii II.... r.hlhhine c......... :
Ramrod .. ..,end eamalt ..Star .
Mink II. lilt M Uw time .,'1.. MM .y y..y y TTT. ITTTTTT. TTTTTTLBIRART
>xU>J. Fl......, made the .rt .fMarril .t
.. 1171.UN zr f\c\; : HOURS

r t Monday, Wednesday, Thursday

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LIAC1 AJlCBai- +ASctbu ss>ss 3ulpr: +. t Friday 1* a. .....1 t VII

_.Sat.oary and Treaa.e.r F .'L\. .!. .. $;:.t';::;;._,.' Saturday.. .--'" a. ou are ,w anM L

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Dde c..... __ rose ) rOil I By MR*, i. M. GAUZEXS i'i'I :,, t
O M* .. Dub CMlrtr n.N I
i .Let no day past Without readln j ;t v

yin J some good book. .:'
:
The Educated Man t
r *!N eIt
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The Inquiring Mind The educated Adult or sell education la r :

pet: ''In has an appetite for learn -- :" ---..-:'!' ....... --r" .... [prompted by the desire to continue''"" c
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Ing.Spell. LOC/t1to 4
The educated person can AKuPig BrciW,0Wi one's education when school or .,I: tt
I KO I Ir. tr
1.
ape 'i the mother tongue clearly. ( < college days are over. Or perhaps

Read.:"g: The educated person lM'ifOQ.y .f I a person's education has been interrupted ,

reed the mother tongue etflcien by one of many unfortunate 4) I

:ly. ; ::' .....,.Jr r a, circumstances In the latter
WritinThe educated ptrionwr '
J ? :77 case, the one thus affected reacts
!:" the mother tongue effec- !! : (

tlvNum J STONE either with a strong urge to improve (
.
: The educated D '
,
pent "UE'ID.irf Af.&J10/J1.AJ..- himself through self education 1"t
sot his problems of counting .y t,.b111 MRT ,
,
.uur 1M are IV MARKING lJIG.sPOTYNE or he drifts along without this j
and jlculatlng IIA.101.WIWAM tArattitlWrr..aw.dr .
Sight nd Hearing: The educated ; poor na.Naar i w / C II/SltRIC initiative and Is handicapped in, )

pn la killed In listening and A k & t i whatever business he undertakes 1

obc .vlngIleali t :: '" h f@ "It Is never too late to learn" Is It ,
Knowledge: The educated ,
1! /lb slogan that seems to be gaining J
understands the basic'
pc j n 1
ground In all walks of life
foe concerning health and
ONCE
:For Instance, when the Lincoln

scat Library In Springfield 111, con
limit Habits: The educated It STOOD
di.1
ducted a community school for ,..
ton 'rotects hit own health t.. "
tOLD adults between six and seven hun
thai it his dependents
dred persons enrolled In the 32:
Public Health: The educated
per

son orks to improve the health \ :r .r..;: different section classes.of This the population group was,
; a cross
il.1flr.Ji.i ''
: '
of t' community : .:t : '::7t ;:','
.- rR" .. including bankers, lawyers, doctors -
Recrt Ion The educated $ : ., : person "' ,;; : .s.. i.l'I ,. ,
.
is i irtlclpant and spectator in l i ; ,!:.Jt ..: .t7 :. 'I;,;. ..: .;: .; ). t.' ...y factory workers, house-wives,
., .. etc, However the lectures and
man sport and other past- I ,tt. i ''ti'Y r; -fiit+{ :?l .e. .. t.tt ,

time .>;s .t v ; ; ; :.: ;.,oi ,j :'r : ; round table discussions were not
: "
sufficient Books suggestedto
were
Intel] tual Interests: The educatedper 'ri 'II" 'I> .. 1fIAJ'.." Ii" '').' "

: ''In has mental resources for y, ., r/: \\fi flutter their knowledge on the
the use of leisure. : .DfJi ..\ .i\'fil. subject being studied
Character: The educated person '., ,01 1iL'W( Therefore one might glean from
the that books after all
woo def foregoing
glv direction to his
responsible
life. W the aggrandisement of the French FORT LAUDERDALE was erected In 1831 are the important mediums of self-
of
d own -Purposes Education JEALOUS
I Maitland of the United States Army education But 'Is not so .
in American Democracy, Educational under typMllt and Laudonnlora In the New by Major everyone
Policies Commission : world and moved by hatred of the Huguenots, who named It Lauderdale tot his ancestral Horn In fortunate as to have access to -alt 9tn.

Philip of Spain sent Mwendex, a brave but remorseless Scotland. Thetwo.stol1' structure was surroundedby well equipped library Statistics \

A Policeman's s lijj to drive out tie French colonyat a log stockade of palmetto and was an important shew that there are 39 million lack
PrayerDC : rural Americans who still
Fort Caroline. Taking full advantage of the and strategic army post during the famous
service of kind.
o St Michael, Heaven's glorious Seminole Its history Is colorful for in this library any
I absence of Ribault and his fleet which had been war. ,
the
Include
This figure does not
'Jmmissioner I of police, who
once neatly and successfully wrecked by a storm, Menen.tes, after a four days' vicinity many stirring episodes were enccted among residents of south Dade. Thou-
HfHd virtually destroyed the garrison which was the battle of Fort Lauderdale This fightImt'ed the.." 'Boofc -
cleared God premises of all un- I march surprlspij ; sands of volumes on
drain:,lies look with kindly and on September 20, 1505, In what was the first for three days and nights before the Indians shelves in the local .library are-.'".

prof nnl eye on our earthly I I battle betweed European races on American soil.YVYVYYYYYwT were finally driven off ready to impart knowledge or give )

foreCIvil ua: cool heads stout entertainment to those who asK tot:: .a.wt'.

he'in. lard punches, and uncanny M.h_........ ..___....._. ....? .. them And by the way,the librapr"?
?: ..... n ing Protestant churches of that
to be a warro
on
flail id an honest judgment' is a pleasant place
faith but listen to his words: Children in Court '
Muk the terror of burglars the 1 CURRENT day. '
"Peter fishing when God call-
frier if children and lawabid- was If you have any Florida literature '.
ed him; he didn't have to attend a Br Judge Malcolm Ilatlleld longer wish .tN'
5na m'. kind to strangers polite that you no
h borers strict with law COMMENTBy theological seminary to win souls; ..",,,,,,..,.,..,.........,,.....,,.....,,....,,...... ...,,........ keep please pass it on to the:
I he fished and I clean atreeta- 1
break and Impervious to bribery usl AGNEW WELSH I happily and proudly and do REFLECTED INSECURITY library .
In troubles and riots give
\181 "''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''.6 : everything possible to keep my;
sheet -luscle without temper, at : The grandparents of a small boy Did you know-
I', ,,\tor'. seed Mr W.bk temper when! people start throwing author
jurt : That Richard Llewellyn
police live us love for truth .- appeared In court and informed the
MHIMMi me kti "tOMMMi: WtutlCTthnr things Can we do as well And
and e\! rlence, without any thoughtof b. ta urn, n < r M sorrow I :judge that could not of the popular novel, "How Green
they persuadehim
he Is going to keep on sweeping
_
protion. You know dear St with kl* ..1._ Add mmunt.Mttom Was My Valley," hi working-
W. lei M. >R '
k> AIIWW tak itreets. to return to his parents. They
Mlch.-u from your own experi- 1..10.0 Miami ria.I transport officer of the Entertain 1'U
I : admitted that It was useless to send
Service AIIIOcItIOD.directing ,
ence ith the devil, that the policemen ment National
'
Hell. Hitler her s a point for the boy home because he would
'. lot. whether In Heavenor I An Ohio exchange teacher writing the movements of five
you: an Alabama woman gave surely come back and beg to be
on birth to two sets of triplets and a the wnr-to-the-death factionis permitted to remain
one t it your sense of duty that says and France'That
so sur rlsed God, your hard knocks pair of twins a within a a two years still a minor one, the greater After a psychiatrist interviewedthe Sigrid Undset, Norwelgian

that surprised the devil and portion talking of a federation of child and made a report ot novelist and Nobel prize winner
'
;your ngelic self-control that so A retired admiral of the nevy European states!, modeled somewhat -I his findings to the court, the judge is scheduled for an American tour

aurpr 'd both, should be our In- was called before a congressional after our own system He called the parents to his chambers in tbe fall? These plans had been ,

plra: m Only make us as loyalto committee for questioning, under further states that the outlook Is I'and said, "You will no doubt be made before the outbreak of hostilities .'

the aw of God as we are par- ,oath, as to his opinions on certain I gloomy one and that the war surprised to learn thut even though lo Norway but It Is expected .y

ticuli about the law of the land. matters touching our foreign re may last a year or even a hundred I'Junior loves you very .much he that the will fulfill her cone, 11

And len we lay down our batons, 'lations. Being neither! a yesmannor years. They commend us for! prefers to live with his grandparents tract. .
enrol us Into your heavenly force a sphynx he told 'em and now keeping out of It and say that' This would not be the case It That It has Just been officially .i".f

whe ft shall be as proud to :is being castigated for his expression when the powers gather about the I an atmosphere of tolerance and revealed that Professor Rudolph.

gunrit the throne of God as we ; 10 what is an honest man treaty table we will have no business : harmony prevailed In your home Kelley of the department of phil-

haveen: to guard the city. Amen. I,to do under such circumstances? there if we do keep out; they I'for then Junior would possess a osophy at New York. University

Ar' vinous 4 a a censure us for our attitude at the i feeling of security As matters now director of education tot the .

The movie producers keep In Geneva conference in 1919.a now stand, your family Is torn by New York World's Fair Is the au.

"Two Bucks"Did 'close touch with public sentiment. a a I constant strife and the child mere- thor of the hard-boiled Han Hyer '..

I,A recent poll shows a preferencefor One of the striking funerals of I ly reflects the feeling of Insecurity mystery stories? His pen name to ..5

ou ever wonder how peo- the) old-time dramas and a lot the age was that accorded Imre I that exists in the home:' Kurt Steel. ,

ple l'opened to begin saying of them didn't care who playedthe Magyar, Hungarian violinist when -NNNNNNN..N........,,_...,,_,_----_...................... .. ..... ...._.-NNNNI
"buc., for dollars The "leads' so long as they wr a thousand Hungarians marched ats
Is e\ lined In an well handled; neither did they while playing When news of hU I 1. FROM OUR :MAIL ::BOX= :: = s

Daniel! Boone In The myste""l care who directed the picture, all dmth spread through the cafes VNNN.N N.N.YNNNNMNw.xNNNw N.N..N. ..p..NxNNNN. ., N.N.. .,. .
Farm, The writer says: ,of which, take the wind out of the of Budapest the musicians rontinueo -! .
sails of some high-priced people. their programs but with I.Suggest More Organic Fertilizer to Eliminate ,

set-1\ ,Another decided preference was muted instruments as a symbol I Gamming: and Dead Branches in Lime Trees

on the Indian border There the 'for legitimate drama and musical of their deep feeling.. It is said I 1---- ,
I
hunter and trapper exchanged film over the alleged humor Magyar could play with such intense -I Editor Leader-Enterprise- or low grade tankage and rake

pelts < wo deerskins meaning two i and jail stuff feeling that persons have In working and studying on the mulching back over it Soon the
buck er dollars today) for powder, a a been so overcome by it that they Persian lime grove Industry I have trees will show a dark green color

bull, nd other necessities." The most worth-while human threw themselves into the river. come in plain sight of the fact that and the gumming win stop 1

Interest story I have recently readIn a a a gumming and dead branches In the As it now stands the trees are .

When ueopl get ill the public prints is the case ot Columist Boake Carter says the I tops and on the trunks of the trees growing rapidly but with a pate

A doctor Is called the Be,. EustachU PkoUcetti. for present war will not end our civilization are caused by too much chemical color and when the dry weather J

;Who quickly relieve* them of pains. 13 yean street sweeper 1st Breok- but will create a new' fertilizers and not enough. organic catches them they begin' W run
lIe give* then a pill; JIM and Italia bona On May onev Why, Mr. Carter that -process fertilizer fund.

Then isn't it true that be was ordained bishop In a sect has been going on ever since At the beginning of the rainy AU limes of aD varieties are

lIe, lives by hit Ill-gotten gains? known as the Church of God his the first man drew breath:Recently: season rake beck surface mulch timid In regard to both land and

-United American Heavy Stufi being one of the tOO Italian-speak Continued on Page rivet and apply a well rotted compost (Continued oo raga Five)






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Friday, June 7,1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare FIve
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If', 1IIIDI/IIIIIIIUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllUl/ THE PROBLEMS OF POOR HOUSING ?II


.- 20 Years AgoHiimiiitttmiiimmwifmiitiinrmiiii II Auto Quiz No 2 I :I CONDITIONS _; 1


\' I Hr DOROTHY MOON-At. IS committed by boys and fills who ;
Student '"( Hon,.l... Hl.h ftohoot.winner are forced to live In low emujumens. a: \
of tint Prim In Group J lfIS 4
I .> 11 I la my mninil on punta 1I
........ __ Iqr Miami Hm..liwAMhnrll I
" nrlMtb < !>.!. Families in these undeail'le!' :
,.. fdl.wlaeMme art t.... Quit n < Countjr
- I baa. fni ru. .. the M.Inntwd yourikiddmq I FlorMl ll.e.s II'" May II. ISM I ''I dwellings are usually large md
aMrwI..a.N1.lad II... II. ISIS One of the most outstanding need both room and furnish"'g>.

M...MM.. clef amob IT. fUrUn lab with..._*. a.mat_ i ,, problems of the United States today As there Is, many times an insufficient -

(.... 1,401W. [I Is the question of proper housing I supply of food children

Jane S.. 1121 conditions. Proper housing hiv\ to go hungry forcing themto
I conditions are vitally Important i secure food in any manner V".-
-". W.'X Krome has materialon because they determine the lives sible. As a result the youngsters

the way for a < or7-room house, :of thousands of our young people are caught stealing. The need of
young people who will In time I food Is paramount and members t\
which he will build west ofKrone's
[:be the leaders ef our country :of the household invariably rt t>eat \

I comer. The cost of this I The effect that poor housing conditions -;1 the offence and get sentenced to '

will range around 110,000 as the fill has on young people Is dis reform school just because of the

most modem appointments will be astrous. It was found after a!;endeavor to satisfy their d uly. e.

thorough Investigation of the slum needs.
used. The sills and other parts
$ exposed to the weather wilt be "'U._ 'I'raw\nI1.t.t.r. Snh I districts in several of our larger I Boys, and in many Instances

of redwood West will start en cities, that numerous crimes are (Continued on Page Eleven>
Rt 1. Quit your skidding and give us the correct answer to this one: I
this, M soon as material arrives,
It your car start to skid on a wet or icy pavement the best thingto
tinder the direction of E.
A. Car-
tar. The Masons de U to (a) threw out the clutch and apply the brakes sharply. FEDERAL HOUSING CONDITIONS I
expect to
! soon :Xb) leave the clutch in and apply the brakes carefully (c) throw out
Materialize their plan for a three- the clutch and apply the brakes carefully (d) shift into second gar

r! story building next to the town and apply the hand brake. student lip m.nis.t R........'IAn-A.Uwh ...h......it win.Mr conditions which exist there
ball. The rough outline was toM do into skid will of third priM, In i.rwp a M- ISM
I 2. If, in spite of your precautions, you to a you Filth and vermin, dammu I
, the top floor for a lodge roans, keep cool, keep a Arm pip on the wheel and: steer (a) straight lee all M.Jium III many br(MM MlMl* Ml Housing llWIt k:.. and lack of fresh aid and suiiiiqiit,

while the lower two floors will be head (b) in the direction yon ire skidding (c) in the direction opposite thusly In ......... of !>.... County, foul odors and overcrowding lack '
devoted to store and either office VWMte. _.... II to Mw II. I9.et
to that in which you are skidding. of heating units and plpedin.itcr
c cr) apartment space. The fact methods will enable to The Federal housing situation
S. Toull find that only one of these you characterize these slums V use
that it is in the has In the United States In the past few
country kept without
cross slippery street car tracks or icy ruts difficulty, adverse conditions which oxi-) In
from the notice of many that an (a> ease into the tracks or ruts, then speed up and gradually work years has taken a decided step for- these slums are not even Im gin-
addition Is being made to the Red- your wheels out on the ether slda. (b> slow down and cross at u ward. However it ts still in II very f able to some people.To .
land Farm Lite School, where two wide an angle as possible (c) slow down and cross ia BI nearly a critical condition. We have in our
class large industrial cities and. rural me, this condition of iwor
rooms are being added Fisher parallel position as possible.
It Hamon have this contract this j sections yet many alums districts 'housing is an uncalled for situation.If .

is a $15,000 Jot They expectto that are so poorly built and equip a person does not bIte'1u"ah
finish about August 1, as workis l- nnnnw.n.wnn. nn.n.nnnn |great internal fires 'renewing out"1 ped that the more civilized classof capital or cannot borrow enough

being shoved along Arrange. CURRENTCOMMENT I their fat. So the processes of nature people could not endure the (Continued on rage Eleven) ,

aunts are being completed l by J. have been great mysterious -

D. Rftdd for a 80x80 building on i' and prolonged.nHnlllIMtMH / I 1

the lot adjoining the Bank ofHomestead ._H._._.._..._.._........nnwnw" .MHMIIII..... ......"._._..._..
BIRD'S
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(Continued From Page Four) FROM OUR MAIL BOXi
-.Jim
Campbell, proprietor of I

the Redland Supply Company, it Dr. J. Keith Spuldmfc California ............." ..........................................nn..........
explorer and scientist, stated lit a
advertising the arrival of brand
a IndorsedUSED
Continued
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new boy who appeared last Sat meeting In Palm Beach that the
'
urday morning. city of KnoxVille. Tenn., was once:fertilizer This has been known f-r I

the site of a civilisation( that comprised -, many yean. I II
-"The rowers' picnic and
political
rally en Thursday drew a probably a million people.|I DAN M. ROBERTS. CARS
Just bow long ago it existed you
large crowd McCasklll Pine homestead, Fla., June i, 1940.
for
can easily estimate yourself I
and Moran spoke briefly. The uur steed cars-alwijs represent rd vane, but the
a. he says it Is covered by 400
chief interest in the rally centered I APPRECIATE CO-OPERATION cues listed below are unvally choice and we -
feet of limestone that was formed
in the red-hat speech made I II t TB4 say see M tfcea fr year _ldtntlttL
front fish bones and sea shell at Editor Lcadvr-Eiiteipiise:
by Prof. C. M. Fisher in which he' the rate of about one foot in a ,.'......,.............._._................ t,
his The members of the American
flayed opponents unmercifully
million He might have
: ." ] years. I Legion Auxiliary of the John G.
added that the weight of the floodwaters
i -"Sid Livingston in th.'. handsof SAlley.Post. No. 1, want you to '
'! that overspread it compacted know that they deeply appreciatethe 1931 MODEL' FORD SEDAN-KOCK] condi-
the sheriff this week. Don't
all into a solid mass which '
j valuable youl)
misunderstand this. Sid Is just en h.rdenecilnder interior heat when publicity tint tion.
tha's.all" I gave them through ;your paper for/
Jury duty, the.water receded .Now do not
our Po'ppy'Day.Our .
scoff at that: a Miami man, with .
vans.It, Ittl an exploration flair has a mummified success in this phase of our 1938 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON--

"Mrs. J, L. Burton and son,; frog and numerous shells that work Is measured by the co-oper-I, looks like a new job; excellent condition. I
ation
we'receive from the general
with the while !
Joe left Thursday for Columbus I came 'up limestone
dredging the Calloosahatchee river, public., All 100 per cent Americans
Ga.
on a vacation trip. Mr. Burton
I want to we our country 1936 FORD COUPE looks and like
will join them la a few weeks. a fsrmatiait he thinks occurred progress runs new.
,
I million and through our rehabilitation,
about three. years ago as
-"Fred'lIetld leaves next week ''national defense, child welfare and
for a trip te Aiken, S. C. He will Indicated'!, and by other the known accompanyingshells geological .community service program we are l 1937 PLYMOUTH 4 D 0 O R TOURING "

be gone probably for the summer"|I facts able to reach into the homes of a' SEDAN-very clean; original paint.

"While driving at a good rate ._ I great number of our citizen
of speed the other day Anton Waldon -
,
The American Legion and the
I Admiral Byrd is quoted as the 1937 PONTIAC 2-DOOR TOURING SEDAN
collided with a car owned by '.Auxiliary stand for service in this

Dr. Sties at Krome's corner. Mr. authority for the statement Uwt community and in our nation and -radio; new paint; car in excellent con

Waldin's ear had it's front end i inn the antarctic region (south all we ask is that the people stand

somewhat damaged but it Is now polar) there are tremendous quantities back of us. dition.PRESTON. .

on the street once more as good as!I I of coal and petroleum. Scientists Your co-operation has meant a

ever, The other car, which was an] have accorded the origin of
: : great deal to our Auxiliary.
old model was beyond the trouble 1 I the former' to the "charcoaling" of Signed American Legion B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

of repairing. This corner is very] great forests of lush tropical trees
Unit No. 43
dangerous place owing to the high'while the crude oil specialists affirm Auxiliary South Krome Ave.
Phone 18
hedge which borders at"Council ." that its source was the countless By Mrs. Lamar P. Ken.

met In regular session hints of hUll! arehiiitorle animals dnck Preudent. OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY

on Monday night last On matron like the dinosaur the later Homestead Fla., May 29, 1940. ,
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of Dr. Tower seconded by C. ,
W. Little the fire committeeman

Was authorized to purchase 350 feet

ef fire hose. On motion of Joe Burton .

seconded,117 ,O. H. Sullivan:i
Finance committeeman Tower was

requested to take .p the sale of the'

$13,000 electric light bonds .".

-"Carl Deden has made a contract {,

with the town In which he is '

to finance an extension of the eke-J 401119LfflBRAND' : ,<
trie light wires from the town
limits as far as W. D. Home's1 I Ihow. :

.. He will receive his money
back as the receipts come in, an* ?
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tt has also been agreed th.lln case {'

of excessive overload they will .
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be the tint to be disconnected. Mr. < "
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Deden is doing this purely at a :.. :. ., ,
convenience to himself and neigh- # -
bon ." 1 'k. ,

-"Edwin L. Hook Jr., left Sat- $ AMERICA'S FINEST

ta day for Ashland Ky. where he' ., ', 7..
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t' .i. '
will stay for a while with his brother .

H. Cecil Hook who is employed ,

as a salesman] for the Southwestern -J

Company ." j I

-"Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schweitzer,

will leave this week for an extend-

ed trip to Arkansas
Washington state. (Florida CiU).

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Pare Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, June 7. 1940

the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. W. rived Tuesday from Tuscan Ariz,' spend the summer TinitinfThlit ,
Turner, and Jack Is the son of Mr. to visit Mr, Pullen'i lather B. f.{father and later. Mrs Robtn.o.O i
and Mrs. Chns. G. Turner Pullen. wUl Join him after a.
and GroundHomestead I in Toledo, Ohio. Inl: '
I' I" I I 1 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis T. Klssam of Mr. and Mn. R. E. Shepherd of : :
r Miami are announcing the birth off.pound Redland spent the week-end In Mr, and Mrs. Albert Hwmui
a ''\ daughter at Jackson Tampa on busineu. will leave for the North thij iseek.
Memorial hospital Monday. Mrs. and will be accompanied lII4.u "
Kissam Is the daughter of Mr. and John Hufflne was returned to'Orlando[ by Mra J. H. Maleg l .., .
____ Mrs. R. H. Done of Homestead. his home Friday from the Kendall
t I I hospital where he underwent ar Charley Pratt who hat W; ilw,t
Mr. A. F. Arthur and daughter. attend the world conference of I Mrs Dave Sullivan returned appendicitis opperatlon. the Kendall hospital for out
Miss Mary Frances, accompanied l I i Nllz renr The Rev. Howard Field Monday from St. Louis where she month ii reported as serio ".
by Mrs. Arthur's mother Mm W. I is delegate representing the I visited her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Toy of Washington : .
T. Atkins will leave next week) | young people of the Tennessee district I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dick- D. C., are visiting Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Walton Dixohiion eft
lor Lewes Del., to spend the sum- I' Mr and Mrs Carl Fieldwill man. Toy't mother, Mrs. Fannie Shuler. Saturday for Valdosta Ca;,to
Atkins whose home return to Homestead on June
mer. Mrs. i" Visit Mri. Dixon'i mother,
In Lewes, has been visiting here 27. Mr. and Mrs. A S. Moye have a* Irving Losner returned last week I:
tot several months. I' their guest, Forrester Bulford of from New Orleans where he has Mrs. Pauline Schycon of BrOOki'
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop Atlanta. Mr. Bulford Is a nephewof attended Louslana State Univer- lyn N. Y, arrived Monday for"a
Miss Bertha Nill Hausman left left Tuesday for a visit with Mr. Mr. Moye. sity. visit with Mrs. Ida Silverman.,% 1Mri.
yesterday for Tallahassee where Wittkop'i parents In Ida Mich., '
she will teach the summer courseof and with other relatives In Detroit. I Myron Grennell Banks Byrum Mr and Mrs. J. L. Stricklandand S. Matteon of Cape Sable
!
home economics at Florida State Miss Marybelle Cibbi accompaniedMr and Howard Lamb, all students at family spent last week-end in spent Monday Tuesday and Wed*
College for Women. and Mrs Wittkop to Michigan. the University of Florida arrived Lake Worth. nesday with relatives here. Little

home last week to spend the sum Norma Becker returned to her
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pollard and Rex Faust will arrive home today mer. John H. Parker returned to his home here after a week's visit, with
daughter, Miss Yvonne, will leave from the University of home In Cullman Ala., Sunday Mri. Mattson at Cape Sable. "',
tomorrow for Bedford, Va., to visit Georgia where he has completedhis after spending several months with '
; been farm-
Mis. PoiLrd's parents, Mr. and freshman year. Edwin Law- A. D. Fogle who has his son-in-law and daughter Mr. Dr. J. Beaty Griffith of Wish-
Mrs J. W. Gilhxple before going rence, also a student at the University ng at Birdon during the winter will to- and Mrs Corbet Smith.FLORIDA Ington D. C., arrived for a week's

to their summer nemo In Sweet- of Georgia, left yesterdayfor return to his Mrs.home Fogle In Naranja returned ,N 1NII,111,11, ....."' ."'....."'.........11.111111,1?..111.,111.. vacation and la. staying at the
water, Tcnn. Fort Ogclthorpe where he will morrow. Palms Hotel. T t
home Friday after spending three CITY _._
receive R. O. T. C training for six weeks with Mr. Fogle on his trail Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Booker and
Miss Mary McNeill left Wednes- weeks. By Mrs. W. W. Severn left lor
day for a visit with friends and farmA. I.,N,." ,.."" ..".." .",,,..........,,..,,.,..."'.,.,...,,II,.. family Senoria Friday Ga.GLASSES. their homeIn

relatives In New York and Canada.Mr. Miss Alta Webster daughter of F. Arthur left Wednesday fora Mr. and Mrs. Francis Freemanof
Mr. and Mrs. Julian H. Webster business trip of two weeks to Homestead will leave today fora
and Mrs. T. J. Bleler 'will arrived home from Agnes Scott and Virginia. two-week vacation In Fairmont,
the Carolinas
leave tomorrow for Nashville,, College In Decatur, Ga, W. Va., accompanied by J. W. a
Tenn., where they will attend Peabody day. .I I Freeman who will remain for the I i
Miss Naomi Davis Is visiting hel.
for teachers. Mr. wedne'-I I
College
summer.
and brother-in-law and sister Mr. and I IMM. -To Open
Bleler, athletic director for Homestead -
Mrs. W. L. Neely
Robert Atkinson, in Miami) Your
schools, will work on his lid will leave today for a Mrs. Johnny Becker and Mrs. Q
master's degree and Mrs. Bleler,, several months at Lakeland. They Beach. I iMrs. Alma Doxsce returned Tuesday Eyes
English teacher in Homestead High will be Joined there by Mr. Neely from two week's vacation spent at
school\, will attend the library who has been In Mississippi.Mrs. C. C. Marsh who is em- Lake Harbor and Pahokee.
school ployed at Pahokee returned here

Ruth L. Scott and ion, Tuesday to attend the commence Mrs. Charles Becker and Miss
Mrs. E. J. Dyal and daughters,. Bruce will leave next week for ment exercises of her daughter Isabel Becker of Miami were Sunday A.
Misses Tea and Nina, left yesterday Minneapolis; inh. Miss Kathryn from Homestead visitors at their home here.
for their summer home In !lion High School. Stop e.aedss about yew eyes..t11ii
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Hendersonville N. C. Miss Iva returned The Reffli! Mr.. Geo. E. Deuel F. B. Leininger returned Friday .... Why KNOWI....,1 IuI .aesisalescis .
from Stetson University will leavtoWnwrrow' to spend the Mrs. Will J. Thorton of Logans- from Toledo, Ohio, accompaniedby
Monday to attend the graduation summerI Intne O. W. Calkin home port, Ind., arrived last week to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Edelman Dr. B. F. Stebbins ,
of her sister from Homestead High In MlaiwfTMr-. Deuel will, :preach visit Mrs. Florence Kercado and and son Bobby who will remainfor Dr. L. W Stebbins f! '
School.. during ttinwmmer it tha.Miami Miss Ovedla Garrett.Mr. a week's visit. .
IUS W. Flatter SI., Miami
Beach CJfcQrjXmity Church.
Mr. and Mrs. Tyler B. Veaseyare and Mrs. Morris Pullen and W. F. A. Robertson left Wednesday Phone 3.2315
announcing the birth of a nine- Lester-Atrrfjer, son of Mr. and childr.en.. Roy, Paul and Fannie, ar for Wilklnsburg Pa., to ..
pound boy born Saturday at SU. Mrs Ben.'yir'flWl1, will leave todayto = --
Mary and Elizabeth hospital In accompany his aunt, Mrs. Jai. h
Louisville, Ky. M. Carton,..,and toil cousins Jack
and Carol to Kenansville for a
Miss Eleanor Kendrick of La- visit of ten days at the Carson VisitABIE'S
verne, Ala., arrived Sunday to farm near there.
visit her brother-in-law and sister
Mr and Mrs. W. B. Mills. Mrs. H. C. Nichols and sons Hu-
bert and Bobby will leave today
Miss Jan Gatlin left Thursdayfor for Louisville, Ky., to visit relatives LUNCH ROOM
Jacksonville where she will of Mr. Nichols. Mr. Nichols
visit relatives before going to will join his family at Louisville In
Birmingham, Ala. July.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Field left Adrian Jacob and J. A. Pollard 219 State Highway, South Miami ,
Wednesday to visit their son and returned Wednesday; from a fishing ;
daughter-in-law the Rev and Mrs. trip to Atawstta River, Florida
Howard Field at Loudon. Tenn : Ii
where the younger Mr. Field Is vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvlDINING :
pastor of the First Nazarene Vernon Turner and Jack Turner ; '
Church. Next Tuesday all four both students at Stetson University '! .
will leave for Oklahoma City to arrived home Sunday. Vernon Is


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:laW oOIt. '., I New Trend I WE DRIVERS

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toM />rM"'. Dell I'.4
:H Serf** ./ Brfe/ D w on '
f-. ie the S./.,". Comfort eiul i'fesa.rel .:
..1aek ,,/tat Af odmns Public. JYiJWMly .A
'" General Motor
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I \\Jrn wt look down from a tall building and witch the trains la the street
M below, wt wonder how-In the world ill there tart em keep movlnrtalong
crowing intersections, pawing each other, turning In and put o<
parking positions without getting hopelessly

lit ILnIt tangled.A* a matter of fact, from away up there, we do \';\ I l ;

I see farafllo Jams now and then, and many times the ,
reasons for the trouble are just ai plain as day. ". \
10 Someone will try to turn from a wrong position, and .',..
and In a few seconds the ,'holilin.of can U thrown :t i
out of kilter for blocks.Or a pedestrian will dart out of
I In front of a car to the driver hot to slum on big
'k.a i brakes, and one after another the carl behind have to<>> ..
.
" do the same thing. Then there li apt to be a great i
blowing of horns that only; adds to the confusion.But ."' .: I
I when we become part of that traffic our
ble whole viewpoint change We can't see those thing going on up ahead thai
,'t- make us Hop and start and stop again And the worst of It to we eanl
ale i t. look Into other people's minds..the drive
her I (it 4 who makes a sudden turn,or the pedestrla I
ilk who decides Iff do something we can't fore.
see.The Inlere.tinllhin.It that what pedra
'.tJ trims do may seem strange and Illogicalto
ih- Q us while we'rt driving; but we're all
It', e I leading double llxes..sometimes driver*
that ,ooaoerses sometimes pedestrian and jt', funny
how our psychology changes when w.
('I I.w change from one to the other.
aid Anyhow: things: can happen all-of-a
\ -I e y sudden In our crowded cities and we have
=
me r 1 ,a++ to be ready for them. And 10, aa one driveshas ,
laid, wt have to drive along with every
if.
Ise'U' Intersection, every alley, every car ,. under '
thla a\a tale au a... I suspicion. We oil like to think it was the other fellow'i fault when we gel
of into trouble. But, aa wt have been reminded, if we'rt sufficiently alert wt
i don't let the other fellow's mi.tak.aet us Into<>> trouble, ..... '
a ___ "_ Expert drivers tell us there It just one thing to I Iw ',..,..-.
: ade- i iI I!., .. .to live ourselves a margin of safety .a rev {
the "**'* I serve of ipace and a reserve of time. ::.-::.. .
I 4M.OO '
I !- It's an easy mi-tier to take a reserve of space. \\" ..
I They point out that wt don't hove to<>> drive right up '{.
of almost bumper-to-bumper with the car ahead. If ,
I wt do, the r') ncea art wt can't atop aa quickly atwt ...:::".:::
: may may need to if he suddenly Hops, slows up, I oil
i : pay I or makes a turn: But U we drop back a little, and '
t take a little extra room,we won't have to worry about '
: a. PL Mllshlng "stopping on a dime" or turning out at right angles I/1.
I to avoid bumping. And we won't pick up such a One I t '
i collection of nicked fenders and bent bumpers, either. {:l1 J '"
. But a reasonable Interval of space or even clear .
. house is becoming widely tailing,for that matter won't do us much good If we don't keep a time margin
I known as a place of Interest. Over of safety too. W other words, wt don't want to go to fait that wt won't haveI'
100,000 people visit It annually.., i time to 1o what we may have to do. All-of-t-tuddesi
from wellknowneducational .- ." iJ a car may dash out of a side itreet, and wt want to
i I Including groups II' be sure we can keep our car and that car from
Individuals
i her I institutions and In the same place at the same tlmt. And we being
study
i I, from all parts of the want to have to atop so fast that cart behind .:
I'w. decided I world." I 'E' e into each other for perhaps a block back.
to de
Now Just as we need a
Science Get safety margin ahead, we also rl t
"Seeing' Eye" Dog to .
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.. need to protect ourselves from
instruc- Diploma From Stetson behind. For Instance manyi !
drivers tell us that when they ={ 11-A I
in the
-ot
June < FNS) want to turn or stop they
DeLand ( -Katje,
she .:- (G make its rule to start at least }f VA ,:
The German-Shepherd "Seeing Eye"dog i two blocks beforehand get i=\Ix '.,
elected who came to Stetson with her I ting Into the right
Mother blind master, Robert Barnett, will somebody behind sees them gradually \
lecturer have the distinction of receivinga over to the right, for example, why, he
her that either going to turn or position.rpiIf /
July, degree along with owner figures they're ....
.
I has been when commencement exercises are I be give them a wide berth, to keep out of
told here this week, We may all know these things j but wt J II
Christian to well ...'.. apt to get careless about them.
attired In regulation
1 I Formally wt can drive almost automatically, and hardly hive
the man- cap and gown, the black and tan I to even think about it, wt'rt apt to go rolling along thinking of sometbtnsjelse. .
guide dog will march to the plat- Then.all at once our ayes hive an Important message for our brain, in*
,
ot.I form with her master who will whom they try to get the message through, the line Is busy <\
I assist receive his own degree of Bachelorof So It d_' pay to let our thoughts go wool-gathering. Aa a matter
are Arts, and Katje will receive fact It makes city driving just one emergency after another, which takes
I mani from President W. S. Allen a degree the pleasure out of It.And there It pleasure in city driving when we kno.WI're 5
friendli doing a skIllful Job, keeping the proper margins of time and 11I-
of C. T., which stands for
i and
I press Canine Fidelity The dog will be
; Christian
also with specially Inscribed -
presented a '
It evi- BEWARE or THE DOGS research department was an amA -
diploma, President Allen Monte to discourage
of public squirt gun
said. major accessory of cars back I
alongside.
and In 1900 according to the Pontiac dogs running
; of re- !MOST ECONOMICAL SPEED

I ,the" sub The most economical speed to .Peas.-p,,,,.,,,....", ..- .... ...ieawara, -awew.o

I drive a car Is 25 miles per hour
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Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, June 7, 1940





. Social Events in South Dade . 111 I t




INEXPENSIVE DANCES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE J MISS HELEN PARKER I MISS BETTY LOUISE HARRIS TO MARRY
I MARRIES L. B. \XZEY [
SPONSORED JOINTLY BY WOMEN'S CLUBS I Miss Helen Parker and L. B.I JACK GATLIN IN WISCONSIN JUNE 25

Danzey were married Sunday afternoon -
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do not wish to dance, and cold at >1> 'clock In Fort Lauder- I Mr. and Mrs Vane of the University Glee Club. L
drinks wilt to told during dale. There were no attendants Redland announce the engagement Mr. and Mrs. Harris, Miss Harris G
evening I The bride wore a navy crape ensemble of their daughter Miss Betty and Mr. Gatlin left yesterday for W
and Mn. R. R. Kinard. Mr with white accessories Louise, to Jack Miles Gatlin, son Waupun.
Mrs Vf. R. Anderson Mrs, Mrs Danzey is the daughter of I of Dr. and Mrs. B. E. Gatlm of I''
.
Glenn, Jr., and Mrs. Ed' the Rev and Mrs W. J. Parker Homestead GIRL SCOUT COMMITTEE: :
McCarrah were chaperons, of Hmestesd Bern in,Livermore The wedding will take place PLANS FOR CAMPING TRIP hi'rof
I night Dr. and Mrs a J. El: Falls, Me, she came to Homestead -I I June 211 at the home of Miss Har Plans for the annual campingtrip -
will sponsor the group on with her patents tour years ris' god-mother, Mrs John Stod- of Homestead Girl Scouts to eJ'
: sunning W next week. ago from Avon Park. She attended dard Morris In Wiupun, Wis Biscayne Key were made Tuesday -
ef the dances 4s to Homestead High School. afternoon at the home of Mrs.
I purpose Miss Harris is a graduate of the
supervised recreation and' Mr. DMzey came to Homestead 1940 class of Redland High School. Frank Skill by a committee of representatives ofg''
for the younger set from Caraele Ga, about fifteen She is member of the Stephen of the patrols The
: thus draw them from less years agn He U foreman of Ber- Foster Junior a Music Club and Is troop will leave June 14 and be ,g'.e
I places of amusement' nerker Motors garage gone a week. '
: sufficient number at caupte i After a wedding trip through a Mr.talented Gatlin singer. graduated from Mrs. Russell Home had chargeof
the dances during the aum- the Ute, Mr. and Mrs. Danzey Homestead High was School in 1938 the meeting in the absence of .eR
they will be continued during will lire in He tead. and attended Emory University at Mrs. Skill. Menu for the week's
winter. ...... trip were made and groceries'
Macon, where he was a member listed. .

The Calendar The "education box" which contains w
'
CHAIRMEN ..-.. "'... JUNIOR WOM.'S'S CLUB all books and literature that
: BY B. P. W. C.
T Called meeting of Junior TALKS REMODELINGA can be used for study of stars, J.1
Jane --
chairmen (or the' Woman's Club at 8 p. m. in clubhouse discussion. of how the club- shells, trees, map making and other B
year went appoitned at a I II house of the Woman'i Club of 'things was packed, as well as the .
: of the Business and Pro I ,Homestead could be remodeled and camp cooking equipmentGirls .trynbt,
June Meeting of Ad Astra
Wonua Club ot Home I
who did not attend the
the work financed was held at a
Monday night in the Cham Chapter O. E. S. meeting of the Junior Woman's ,meeting are asked to bring five 1
: of Commerce building June T- Meeting of Episcopal Club Monday night in the club I pounds of apples each. Committee B
are: Mrs. C. L. Ooley, Auxiliary with Mrs. Ruth L. Scott. house. !members will bring homemade
; Mrs A. E. Easton, em 10 of general W. cookies.Those. lo1'I
June -Meeting One of the prospective plans was
; Mrs. Cfaas. Clinton, health; who attended the committee
M U to tear down the partitions and -
M. f. White international re- June 11 Bumness meeting of make one large room where dances meeting were Mn Home, Miss G
; Mrs. J F. Hammett U'fil- Homestead: Woman's Club. I and other parties. could be held. Geraldine Reitz, Ann Shackleford, J1t1
r ; Mrs James Nesbitt, pro- Dora Scott Anne and Vara
There are also plans for enlarging Rheney,
11 Business meeting
June |
0'1Woman' 1t1d.
and magazine; Mrs Cina Frances and Ruth
the clubhouse In a few years Rutland Betty
of Homestead
membership; Mrs. Virgil Club | Sketches of how the building could Gatlin, Betty Bailey, Margaret d.CI
publicity: Miss Anne Lee June 12-Work meeting of Red- be rebuilt were shown by the Stillman, Barbara Miller and Bar- .i
relations Mrs. J, E. Gau- land Home Demonstration Club In '
;
president, Mrs James Bird, who bara Home. ,
research; Wri. Helen Fer- Redland Community Church '(
drew them.
luncheons; Mrs I. P. Mc June 12-Business i meeting ofRedland I The work will be financed young people of the community. ,'(

music. Ladies' Aid l at home of through a loan granted jointly, to, Mrs Sam Specter gave a report -
president, Mrs. Bea Archer Mrs Frank Stillman. the senior and junior clubs. Money of the Dade County Federa.tlon "(
that the B P. W. C. dis June 12 Meeting of Legion obtained through dances and. meeting held In South Miami
: meeting would be held in Auxiliary in Legion hall. other means will be used to makethe !several weeks ago "I
on July 38. After the June 17-Luncheon meeting of monthly payment The club voted to give $21 to "I
a mortorcude will visit A called will be held the University Club to be
B P W C at Bamboo Tavern kt 12 meeting placedin
)' Jungle through the cour .'clit<:k.r' tonight at the clubhouse to make the fund for a scholarship to a Mt
of Joseph DuMend, ."..r. plans for a Fourth of Joly 4a ce. local gill-
luncheon meeting will be r'. June IT -Social meetingof- All members are urged to attend. Mrs. W. B. Caves, Jr, Mrs. Richard ",
Junior Woman's Club.
en June 17 at Bamboo Taw The club decided to assist the Huff and Miss Ellen Huff will "I
Loads will Jbe served at 12 June 18-Meeting of W. M. s.Clrel. senior club in sponsoring 'oper-i be hostesses at the social meeting
I ... viw recreation for the unmarried on June IT.
June 14 -Meeting of .Jennie "I
nuiAN: SCHOOL Lobdcll Circle: with Isiys. Jason ",

I ANNUAL PICNIC .very. 't
Sunday school department June 24-Meeting of'Gleaners': :f': ""1 7
First Presbyterian Church Class of First Baptist Church Till" "
'" held Ms picnic Satur June 28-Meeting of Lily Bow 1
AN.4111who: afternoon at Msthesan Ham Book Review Club with Miss Eleanor -
The group sliest the after. Holferty in Gould
wandering through the trails June 21-Meeting of Dorcas JACK POLK-HOWARD JOHNSON 01
? and playing games Class with Mrs. T. E. Kirby ,
"
4n messes It and 1191-HoBMatead. na.I \
picnic supper vas spread June 21-fteceptioa fur new
members of Woman'i Club of "V
(;eo. D. Xueble. Mrs. Carl Hlme tead. I i
end Mn. D. P. Blake July Meeting of W M. U. "(Vt
charge ef the refreshments Nicies.
Rev Gee H. Ricks and Dr July 2g-District meeting of B c aaaau.a "
CARA NOMETRIPLE D)
h J. Rants conducted games; P. W. C.4it Hametteail r
Harris and Mr. Blake were COMPACT
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DRAMA OF A MAN WHO BEGAN blned borax load for -the wagons
was 60,000 pounds.

Ir Social Events]1 WITH A DIME AND A DREAM\ I A little colored boy going througha ;

cemetery read this Inscription, )
With Spencer "Not dead, but
Tracy again portraying cense, it Is replete with drama and on a tombstone" :
a real-life character M thrills all of which tier taken'sleeping
r.... "II Scratching his head, and pondering -
expertly that once more lie enacts from the Inventor's life. The story
LtNCHEOX AND BfUDGCGtTEN W M. & WILL REMODEL ; bo finally said, "He sure
is
his stellar role without the use .( bawcally a young mans story,
AT SICK BOMB cmncH UTCHIN nisi toolia nobody but hlsselr'-
JiKdI.oQ
betas his
I artificial make-up, "EduvB.* hvrentiv
1Mm[ .C Room Bicsj and Miss Hans hi :remodel the kitchen In Man" begins en engagement ef career at the age of twenty-two . . i
Bertha Kill Hatwnan entertained that recreational building of the two days at the Olympia Theatre, The picture carries him through
nth a luncheon amt-brMg at Bie Hasniitead Methodist Orarclrwere Friday.: his courtship, big home lift as a
of MM. Rice Saturday an- dianaued at father, and his for
Wine a meeting of the genera Through till work li Father struggles OLYMPIATHEATRE ]
arnoon. I W. M..S. Tuesday afternoon Flanagan in "Boys' Town," Henry' achievement culminating in his
color. scheme of andyellow In the creation of the
: )A green church. The group plans to M. Stanley In "Stanley and Living phonograph at the
was carried out in the oVae.] put in several cabinets and 'a ilnk. stone" and Major Robert Rogersin age of thirty and the incandescentlight
orations and luncheon. Favor of'I The Outlook Circle presented a "Northwest Passage," Tracy has' at the early\ age of thirty-two.

miniature brass.candlesticks withgreen j program on Murni Holding, a become recognized ai the Ideal/tar
or yellow candles were given j missionary In Mexico. Mrs. L. C. to portray any' typical American I Wagons of 1890Resurrected MIAMI
.
:]
the guests.'Mrs I Dodd and Mrs. Dave Williams hero. He was aided la hit portrayalof
B. M. Hlodman as high'short talk gave (ISe till 1 P. e*.| J5. UU p. m.:
Thomas A Edison bj the fact for
lean prize winner In bridge won II f fpair tie Evenlnc)
j Others that in stature and facial structure
present were: Mrs, Virgil
of candlesticks made by Mr! "
f Lyon, Mn A. M. Logan, Mrs. Dan he bear a striking resemblance to 20 Mule Team"The
Rice Miss Elinor Payne won as;I I Friday and Saturday
'Williams, Mrs. B. the beloved American Inventor.
M. Hindman
second prize a footstool made by"Mr. June 78SPENCER
.Mrs. O. 1, Showalter, Mrs. Vlvani While the picture follows the
Rice; and Mri' W. R. Bird original high-wheeled wagons -
i Booth, Mrs. Ceo. Ranson, Mrs. highlights of Edison's early life 10 TRACY
C.
won a cake plate as third prize. ,I 1 which hauled thousands of tons
Guests were: Mrs. A. A. Payne :!D. Eaker, Mrs. J.:J. Richards i Mrs: faithfully that none can accuse the I of borax out of Death Valley in the -
lira Howard Schaff, Mrs E. B ;|E. S. Caplinger, Mrs. Lloyd Field, studio of adopting cinematic II- 1890's and which had been on exhibit lie
Blackburn Mri. Thos. Murphy, : Mrs. J. D. Redd, Miss Helen Liv- outside the railroad depot at "Edison ( Man"Sunday
Mrs.. L. L. Hood, Mn. Frank Haus- inston and Miss Jennie Lobdell. were: Mrs. J. tl Scott Mr*. Jennie Barstow since track was laid to the
man, Mn. Frank Webb, Mrs. W. B.I Smith Mrs. G. A. West. Mrs. present borax plant at Trona, went and Monday
Mills, Mrs J. R. Rutland, Mn. G. A.'S ENTERTAINED AT PARK Charles Martin and Mrs S, L. back Into service for the motion June -10
... Blackford, Mri. Hindman Mrs. I BY W. M. U. CIRCLE TWO Kendrick.A picture, "20 Mule Team," showing
Bird, Miss Katherine Davis, Miss Members of the G. A. were entertained program on "Christianity'sTouchstone" at the Olympia Theatre, Sunday Wallace Beery
Mary Jackson and Miss Payne. I I by their sponsors members was given lit a meeting and Monday. Leo CarrilloIn
of Circle Two, of the W. M. U. of Circle Three Mondoy aft- Originally driven by "Borax
PUPILS OF l\1s. G..I. GAfLT of the First Baptist Church, at a ernoon at the home of Mrs. E. It Bill" Parkinson, most celebrated -
(GIVE RECITAL I meeting of the circle Monday afternoon Collier muleskinner of his time they "20 Mule Team"Tuesday
A recital by the music pupils of in the city park with Mrs. Letters from a millenary In driven in the film by
Mrs. G I. Gault was given yester- T. E. Kirby and Mis. Annie R. Rumania, as published in a magazine Beery, enacting the fictional we"1
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Butler as hostesses. were read by circle acter, Bill Bragg. In and Wednesday
Chas. Martin.The After the devotionals conductedby bers. day the haul from Furnace Creek June 11-12
Mrs. J. C. Vann the afternoonwas The hostess served punch ml"ID-1 to Mojave, then the nearest rail-1 I Elsie Janis"Women'"of
program consisted of'"Good : I spent In playing, various games. sandwiches.The road point, 162 miles away was '
Little Topsy" Louise Robyn I j Ice cream cookies and candy were next meeting will be made with two wagons and a steel
"Out in a Swing" Louise Robyn'served. the home of Mrs. C. O. Robertson water tank coupled together and War"with
Anita Deitz G. A. members present were: Those present were Mrs. S. A. pulled by the 20 mules, averaging
"Old Sun Dial" _Francis Terry Wynell and Geraldine Shepherd King, Mrs. G. A. West. Mrs. J. R. I sixteen to eighteen miles a d,y In
Anita and Mrs. Gault I June Vann, Virginia Kelly Ruth I Pope, .Mrs. J. T. Vann, Mrs A. D'i a temperature that ranged from 131 Patrick Knowles
"Bird Lullaby"m ...H. L. Dunn I and Betty By rum, Uldine and Brannon Mrs. W. D. Coker Mrs I to 150 degrees/One stretch of sixty Wendy Barry
"Pirate Bold" Louise Robyn Estelle Falrcloth Thena Rose Alfonso Robertson and Mrs. Collier. I miles had DO> water Therefore
Geraldine Sheperd Barbara Home Bet t y Plans for a program to be presented : the steel tank, coittaietag 1200 gallons
June 11:
"Octaves" ._... Williams Schauberger and Hilda Pope. at the regular monthly : for man and VMUflf1 TlmndnY.
Geraldine and Mrs. Gault Circle members present were: business" meeting of the circles 1: Reputedly the MtMfcitest wagons
Mrs Walter Frazeur, Mrs W. D. were made at a meeting of Circle I eV made, and livulinbst as good "Torrid Zone"f
"An April-Son .Mathilda Bilbro Horne, Mrs Bert Andrews, Mrs. Four Monday at the borne of Mrs. coition now as wlWn, they went I withJames .
"Do's Best Friend" Dorothy Gaynor E. L. Lawrence, Mrs Ben Young, S. L. West. I out of service near> forty yean N
Martha Jane Gault Mrs. Vann, Mrs. Butler and Mrs. Mrs. Catherine Picknrd read a ago the vehicle] Weighing 7800 CagneyPat
"Playtime Hour" Louise Robyn Kirby.W. summary of the history of Africa; pounds each, were taken back to I O'Brien
"At the Fireside" Johannes Brahms I others who rend titles oa Africa Furnace Creek bv "Charles Hunt, |
Margaret Barnes M. U. CIRCLES were: Mrs. R. E. Edwards. "Christmas -I, production mm)WPfor' the Metro- Ann Sheridan

"The Fair"C.: Gurlctt I HOLD MONTHLY MEETINGS at IdnAblt"11'; ., T. D. Fiche I Uoldwyn-MayerftcWe The com- i, .. . . .
"Long, Lofig Ago" :T H Bayly I Circle One of the W. M U. of "The Dark Continent"; and Mrs A.
"Rowing Down the River" the First Baptist Church at Its D Smith, "A New Recruit In A................................................

-. .I JVft .J. H. Dudly I I meeting Tuesday at the home of Africa" I II
bolt gAiartin"Acro Mrs L. A. Wise voted to hold several I I Others present were: Mrs. J. I }
atic TIngers" __ __. I I special prayer meetings The Forte Mis S. H. Fitch, Mra. .. M'I f'
1. Helen Lorena Dunn :time and place of the meetings will Hall and Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott
"Woo and Waltz" Francis Guynn be decided later. !I! A program on "Africn" was presented -/I I I
Adrian Callahan Mrs. W. B. Myrick gave a talk nt the meeting er Carole OO SDM @
"Wanclerjn, Gaily Along" ... on "Loving Kindness"; Mrs Frank Five Monday at the home of Mrs. z JU J U J
i.l.l: _,._. ? m Wm. Berwald Irwin, "A Call to American Moth- C. H. Denby. Mrs A. E. Paul hud
"Good":Little !:v." .Louise Robyn ers to Pray"; and Mrs Wise. "The : charge of the program Mrs S. C.
'
L nell' Sheperd Most Deplorable" The ubtects Hurt conducted the devotional & &
Duet1!} ,". ._.. Williams were taken from the mallnzlne'l'1!I Mrs. A. L. Lanier will be has.'teis -
Wyndl and Mrs. Gault The Baptist Witness. Mrs Morgan to the circle at the next meet-

"Minuet" ._,....___ __..W A. Mozart who presided during the business ing on July\ 1. 90pt
"Softl and Sweetly" ...._._Anon meeting read an article on missions -f I Others present were: (ties. Labon OO@
"Gaily Chanting" _.Franz Bern "Suppose," taken from the Bishop, Jr., Mrs. Gordon Ivry Mrs
Mary France Morton Royal Service Magazine |JH I Silmubergei: and Mrs. J. C.

"Sonatina" .... _..... .___.__ Clement! Others present at the meeting Davis. \

"Old Black Joe" _...__..Jotter ..............-.-...............-....................--......---.'. t. l
Barbara Jean Wakefleld : -
"Musette" _.... ......J. S. Bach
."Avalanche". .. _....._...8. Heller
Betty Gatlin Spinal Adjustment fl -

"Snake Charmer" _Wm. O. Munn

"Squadrons: jewel, of the Hodge Air" I. M.Bitter (Chiropractic)


"Springtime Jewell in and Chinatown"Mrs. Gault .. Corrects the Cause of Disease E I Do you want a little home of your own?

__.i .__ _..____ ..._. Renton I You can make that dream come true on the
"Bird Calls" .. ...___ Wright real cause of most diseases
Ann Shackleford HEALTiralOWS THE FHA Plan: Begin to build right now. Live
"March. of Progress" __.. .Williams c:. in the spinal column. If a :
in own home and enjoy it-while
you
Ann and Mrs. Gault IfIIVJIIIDISfAsnOP nerve leading from thespinalcol- your
"Dark Eyes" ..__ __...Anon. c 'N 1OI.IOW'IOOIiAI\P'' umn becomes impinged between pay for it conveniently-out of your income -
"Starlight\ Waltz .C. S. Brainard
"Unfinished Symphony" _.. iS the vertebrae and the organ !

r. Schubert ,NOW- served by that nerve becomes affected -
You'll be what home
surprised a lovely you
Marjorie Langham -r:: and you have stomach 3 3'M
Guests were..Mrs. Pete morgan, trouble kidney trouble heart can pay for with the rent money; We can
Mr*. J. S;Cones. Mrs. A. B. Laug-
ham, Mr*. J. Tom Vann, Mrs Wal- = trouble, etc., according to the 's show you how to build-in comfort and econ-

lace Smith. Mrs. R. E. Shepherd. !' Imo particular nerve impinged. omy right from the start. And well explain
Mrs.\ Lloyd Delta Mrs. T C
Shackleford, 'Mrs. G. G. Morton L: r .:.? If you have any trouble from the FHA Plan for building a modern small

Mrs\ B. 'E.:: 'Cfatlln, Mn. G. M.Hodg. .** which you don't seem to be able home on' your budget.Let .
.;, Mrs Martin; Phyllis Deitz e to get relief try chiropractic. Call for
thorough
and Barbara Jean Home. us help you FHA-Plan your home!
examination and consultation.Hours .

Lot HARLIC Help Fight : 9-12; IS1
Sundays by Appointment BROOKER
Harmful Colon Bacteria

Mac tka.e W"10 tray r sa.tt.R.r.raa. 1n := '':'.=:; Dr. R. J. Elliott
M4 ...tq 4*.tTM.ll< Lumber
B'ni.h.I....-. L Try.,..DKAKSOBJllto ..*. OMM M CompanyHOMESTEAD
mad go. rBUJMMxloDn ..... ..-- Home Bid?. : : Homestead, Ha. j PHONE 62

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Friday, June 7, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Elevenf"5


which ii basically at fault. I ti


I slum Throughout has been this mentioned essay the, but word Is i CLASSIFIED ADS .

I the real meaning of the word real

ized? Slums ar filthy rat holes

I where families by no fault of their RATE: First insertion 10 j a line; subsequent Insertion*

.1' own are forced to live under the I 54 a line 'I '
BAPTIST CHURCH Fourth street, Romateadi I the Re*. R, F. worst I ,
possible condition No bath
Blackford. rector. Holy communion at .0 1
toIMTgAD--Dr. I. E. 3011_.. pwm 7 ISO a. ia.i Sunday aoboal at tilOl mornIng rooms are found in slum district, t

I at 11..odar. ::d 7 50 C 0.1 A.Y. P.U.II prayer at 11.FREE no decent water systems and certainly i FOR RENTFOR WANTEd .

':10 o8I. Prayer ankce Wednesday METHODIST no healthy people are found t !
Uj.Mp.TsoULDSTh. FLORIDA UTT-The: Re*. Writer C. there Nothing but disease sickness CENT: -Furnished apartmentby WANTED for year 'round Job,
I...... ...1<1.. Sunday irbool I year; all electric. Eva Collins ) j
H... Noah .0&0..". pa* p. m.I and a high death rate These young man good personality

[ITlt faaday- achool at 10 a. B.m.!I .preaching. at I prayer preaching meeting S and at 7.10 wile: p p.m... Tuesday are found there extensively.In Modello Federal Highwayand strong, willing to learn and D'I I

..-1 a.o" aPryerr.parma at T :50U.) m. I I environment such as this Biscayne Drive. sume responsibility age 21 to
........ METHODIST CHl'RCII
.. there la 33. A little knowledge of book
!;i BOMESTEAD-Th Re I. J. Richard.' little room for the teachings FOR RENT-Large, cool apartment keeping and tying helpful. Ap
CATHOLIC of American
paitor. Sunday school at I i4l a. n. i good citizenshIp. ; private bath; furnished '
,; preaching at 11 and 7,10 p. m, and there Is ply in own handwriting. Box ;
CIIuac OF TBI SACRED HEART- "i'p:: hardly any moral and Ask at Western Union. mSltf
Junior League at : m. HI Leaguea ( )
I. L second .....*. Homestead I the ..... I spiritual A-127 care Leader-Enterprise.
I,ISO m senior Leaf 4 10 growth. Due to these
T.&J. Gary. ,....,. Sunday man at p : ue at p. m
., Tito' dally Prater meeting at T :It) p. m Wednreday. slum conditions human FOR RENT- Furnished house,
\m'n.f. I ..
ioadv school I 'clock SILVER PALM-Tha He I. E. Waller, WANTED To
contact
Communion for women the tint ': paitor. Sunday school every Sunday al ships are abnormal and relatlon.j modern conveniences, within I someonewho
pae Under of month for men and boyi the 10 .. m., preaching services on tint third lacking. mile Homestead $1.1 a month is willing to help with drive ,
of month. | and fifth Sunday at 11 a. m. and t Sao p. m.PRINCETONThe for
,Mead' Sunday Holy hour Thura- ing transportation to Ohio.
Brooks Inc. f
Wore first Friday of month at t :SO Rn. i. E. Tialler, Our government realizes this tot! (m24tf) Write Box
.Tai M_ lint Friday at T ilO a. m. I I Pastor, preaching at 9 .. m Sunday the utmost and In an effort to clear I A-128. car Leader- {
EwMdlctloa of the Bleeeed. sacrament afl.rrVToRIDA !school at 10. th. e- slums has r FOR RENT-Apartment!. Summer Enterprise. (niDI) tt
appropriated
CITT-rrmdway and sixth I|i I -Tka FLORIDA Raw C.CITY O. Nelion COMMl'MTT I paitor.Cat Church INCH I certain amount of money and is a ratei. EenJ. W. Morris! '

stank Sunday school at 1.41 a. m. for school at 10 a. m. preaching .t 7SO p. m backing project (U.S.H.A. F.H.A. I registered real estate broker TUTORING WANTED high
)
:*> I,1 Midweek prepare and bible study Wedneajday school and grade school lubjectj. i
dealing with the removal and I
at 1:10.REnLAND
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH :,
RENT YOUR HOUSE-furmsned Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. B.
COMMl'.VITT CBt'RrHThe building of better homes.
pails nuler iO pears of aiei morningMrek : : "' C. 0. Nelion pastor Churchachool I or unfurnished. I have year Plummer drive and Country
*.at which 11 o'clock.Include testimonials Wedneaday of evening hoal. I'I I IMnlM. at 10 preaching at 11 EpwortbLard. The plan of these numerous projects 'round clients. Benjamin Club road.

ma and experiences and remarks on Chris.sibs at <,id. Midweek prayara and la to build low priced houses I Morris registered real W'I
bible study Thursday at 1:10.PRESBYTERIAN:
Sckwoa. I p. .. Tat public l> and rent them for
fetaa ......., S p. n.Itoadlng CHURCH sum proportionate broker N. Krome ave., next WANTED TO BUY
>; room I. church edifies h to the salaries the families re- Baptist Church. (JulStf)
niry n.....' afternoon Inn ItOO eo"l BOMESTEAD-Krom. a.enu. at N. 11th.tnet. elve. rIro'e
I1M. Th* public b cordially invited to Th. II... Oee R. Rlrka _.... Cash: on barrel-head for portable
amleai Old to visit the possums room.'BJ Bible school at 10 a. n. preaching at II Due to the success of the plan FOR ALt; I pump. Write Box 734
a. m.. your: _.10'. marls at 1.10 .. B. ,
Jane t Lesson sermon which is now being exercised in Homestead. (PJ7-21)

I tote: "Cod the Only Cause I many cities of America hundredsof FOR SALE-Refrigerator and elec-

tjui Crt-tor. CRAFT ESSAY slum families are moving into trip stove. See W. E. Rheney, NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOR :t.

1-- I desirable section of town in homes Biscayne, Drive and Krome Ave. Chapter TAX 174 7_BEND.. nf MI .

CBnCD OF''CHRIST within reach nf the__ inmma. (IT) File No. ,&..1'6'
Not!** to hereby il M.
i ifcpMEmAD-Klrat scenes and N. WHit (Continued From Page Five) Here the parents and children bolder of SUM and County Tn Crnuicalea -
etreet. Bible study at 10 .. a.I eonajiafc FOR SALE-8 cu. ft elec. refrigerator No. 1879, 1071, IU74 and SUPS Issued '
*, f.llow.hipand preaching aljJ0 money to build a dwelling place eel that they are really beginning A-l condition $40; elec. the Slh day of July, A. D. 1MT kaa IM :'
i to live. Hope and aaaw Ik aiy office and has I" eppllva.
courage springs
and equip it with at ]least the absolute
mangle, $30; large cupboard with this for a tai deed lo be issued 'h.-.. '
CIITJRCH or GOD necessities sued as running anew and the result Is a deep appreciation French doors, Mrs. H. J. Kavney, Said Certificate. ...br... the following

OMCttEAD-tfll H. W. Pint ."..., water, lights, some method of heat- of our wonderful government 302 S. Krome (p.7)) awls dncrttxd of .property'Iurld.. lowlnII. In the County of Dade

law .*.. 0... Q. Coplln paitor. Sunday j Ing etc. he should not be permitted rapid decrease of crime, Lot 11, block 3 Hialasb' H.isht.I .
aaeaal. at Si4S a. m.I preaching at 11 a. wj. specially Juvenile betterment of FOR SALE-Singer sewing Amended. a Sub.. Flat' Built to, paw
...,:.. p. ...i Junior Y. P. at 71 children' to build at all. ma- In Mention I'. Township II South 1
..... moral and spiritual, growth chaine; good condition $17.50. Kaon 41 tail. In
meeting at V In p. .* Prayer meet"K that than I ; the County of U.d.',
.. Statistics show more Btat of Florida. embraced In
I Wednesday.CEVECH healthier and happier people who Singer Sewing Machine Shop at Con
one half of all the homes In the tificaita No tni Tho assessment nf
OF THE NAZARENE become citizens of whom real I No. S McCrory Arcade. (PJ7-21)) said property under the said Ortiri.oau .
United States do not measure
up Uaurd. war In the name of Un
IfONESTEAD-Tn lto>. Robert. R. to minimum standards of health Americans can duly be proud I FOR SALE-Iron crib with known'
Unused
List 12, Block I, Mlaeah
.paw, ,..&or. Sunday school a* .:.. a. ..., I and decency. mattress $4 Mrs Anna K Amended a Sub. Plat Book I"Helihla.. pair
blot at II a. n. and wise pm.g AMERICAN BOY MAGAZINE 24. In Section K, Township II Mouth
n 0 P, a. and Junior meeting at *tOO Poor housing contributes in Backer Old Ouuc. Highway and Ranm 41. K".,. In the County of Dally
many respects to delinquency and COMPANION: TO THOUSANDS Newton Rd., Modello. (J7)) 8taM of Florida M embraced In Can
p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday ....In, tl''''.'. No. St74 Th. assessment of
,.10 Po" :'crime. Children who are reared I said property under the said Cerllfl.rau .

rUNCETON-Thl Rev. f. ". Cowen, >ln these so-called slums are under- Hundreds of thousand of boys LEGAL NQTICES nasal .was. In the Mme of Wll-
puttr. Sunday School at Ii4ll I
al leMI m. and 7:10 p. ..preaching. Junior privileged, to the extent that they and young men read THE AMER- ATIOt "Lola"to"* II. Block I, Hialeah .
mating M I.101 young people meeting do not even have sufficient food CN BOY Magazine every month POTII'.r. N iF.b Relchta, a 8ub. Plat slosh to Paso

it 1Nwa.<10. Prayer meeting Wrdnmliy at I A good many of them suffer from and consider it more a* a living Chapter File A-l- j.of UII 14.Range la 41 Ballon(1Ce.t U In t.Township. County|of j South Dodo. .,

.r. I'malnutrition and many other diseases companion than a* a magazine. NMI" is h.reby riven i Ii et Dr. Frrdcri.' kBalirr BUM of Nu.Florida 29T..>.The embraced aaw.menl In lertlflcato nf t

EPISCOPAL as a result of food deficiency It's as much a buddy to me at Certificate holder No.of l.cone'ued la the County and Ts dar Mid fuud property under the dor'e tjfi.
IT. JOBNt-8. .. ...sad events. and |It is in these slum areas where most neighborhood chum" writes of July, A, D I 1140.,.Jt.,iiled mm* In my rat Turner. was In tnt mm O R.

_.................. ?."...".."..................11.1. i of our delinquent gang life and my one high school senior. "THE tax arfiee deed. and M bl has,iufdUDreon. aWllcatlun. Said C.rtitirata for a. Reiirhta Lola ,9 a Id, Block. II. Hialeah. ,7.
: Amended Bub., Plat Book '
1 '
{crime get their start The youth AMERICAN BOY seems to understand the'Miaielng i deeiribed prop.rely 20, Pass, S4 In Be. Inn K, Township
In the County of Dad, Blat of
Auto Quiz No. 2 not having recreational facilities, M South, Rann 41 Eait In the
a boy' problems and 100..11. County of Dade Slat of Florida
I 'L'I a.eembraced
Blk I, Amd Plot nf High
resort to something of 1
naturally In Certificate Mo 5009. The
sldera them In such a con'l Pins a ...-.ubd.. Plot Book 10. Pu assessment of laid
under the
AmmenJl :that nature. and helpful way. It gives I ID, In the County of Dad*. Hut of Mid Cortlflrat Issued property was In the nunn

I By all means I do not think that and entertaining roding on every Florida. of Hid under of Juanlla Forbes.
b, leave the clutch in and The assessment property Valves said Certificate hall be ...
apply the brakes carefully. When our government should receive any sUbject In which a young fellow the laid certificate ".. In the mm oft dermal according to law. the property de
Unk.ow. scribed' therein will be cold to the hi.h...
driving on criticism because of this condition I. Interested. It 1* particularlyhelpful Valves said certificate .h.1I be reiterated
slippery you bidder at the Court Room door on the
should always drive afas.p that exists here so prominently in sport I made our aceonhne. will to be law sold. the to pnprrty the hi.hnt drsrlhrdtheni bidder tint Monday In the month nf July, mil,

.which makes braking unnecessary. I Our federal officers are doing all school basketball team because of It the court hoo.. door on the tint 1'1". which la thli the 16th lot day'of nf July May,10411.Baled m<.l),
do to rid i read In THE AMERICAN day In the month or July. 11040 which I. i'B. LEATHFHMAN,
,11 they can possibly our laying tip .
you must sic p or slow down do the let day 0' lul,. 1940.Da.d Clock of Circuit Court.Circuit ,
so gradually touching the brakes country of these unsightly slumi BOY." this l>>ln far II.of LUTHIKIoUN.Mar; 10408 : Dad County, Florida

lightly and Intermittently and always Congress has passed bills of many athletes Clerk .r circuit C..rt. Court deal
Many famous in all .. By N. C. ITERRKTT D. C.
descriptions to aid the people who Did CountFlorid. (May IT, 14. II. June 1. 11)40)
keeping the car in gear. ports credit much of their success Circuit Court Seal.Hr '.
are so unfortunate as to be livingin N. O. PTERKM D. C.
II b. In the direction you are such places. to helpful suggestions received May II, June 7, 14. 91. 18'01 SUBMIT: BILLS BY JULY 1

kidding You object is to from sport article carried in All those having bills or accounts -
Itralghten out" the and Statistics report that desertion THE AMERICAN BOY Magazine. NOTICE OF APPLICATION
car this is FOR TAX DEED: against the Redljnd District
the way to do it Be careful, however and divorce rates are much higherIn Virtually every 'Issue offers advice Chapter 174(17- AcU of ItSI Chamber of Commerce are hereby

not to turn the steering wheel these areas of poor housing than from a famous coach or player. Notice hi h.reb.Pile No.Rican A l ,
too far As the car straightens out, in areas of better housing. In many Football, basketball track tennis, Horne. holtler of Suite and County Tiaertiflcat and accounts must be presentedin

'you should again straighten out thefront respects poi housing contributes a In fact every major sport is covered '.1111,1.1 A.* No.D. late fill hag issued file the same ttb day In my of writing not Inter than July f

wheels. great deal t our major social in fiction! and fact articles. offlc*. and has nude ...lIaU... for a 1st, 1940 otherwise the will not
tan de.l to be limited. thereon MM. C.r lfl-
Et b. slow down and cross at as problems.To Teachers, 1 I' irlans parents and caw emhracea the following hNrrlbednwm be given i< '''UM rHdc ''Ion.I .

Vide an angle 9 possible. Trying become too' American citizens leaders of b '1)1). also recommend > la the' County of Da.Stan n' W. Al. lilenL

re.., mg in a good "Kl nlnd ft. nioek I. Ml.n.1 land T. 1. KIFU1. .
to *rr :J tracks or ruts from a parallel requires THE :A ICAN BOY enthusiastically .1 uierM
17. Town.ship
isitlon Ii almost: certain to wholesome i vironment. One can y Have found Dw II Co.south Subdn' Kain, Section IV .....t. Plat I ( i4l, J 3)JACkSOWiU

cause a dangerous ikid.First very plainly tee that being rearedIn that as lien. ule regular re 4- Rook I, Pa.. I". In. the County of
node. state of Florida.The
,' such surroundings as these TiE :: .. ::T: social
ancee> ipldly and del 31".jp .*...ment of said propane under ,
,ales ..... .......... .. ... of
-.10. ''' .''.."..". found in nut slums makes r any- more oruiwh ie characterises the Mid rartlflcat was In the name :

thing but good citizenship.Therefol' than CJ boys who do not read it. Unknown C.I.) .. std .ertifiesto. ohm,, I. rOo. I EI J' OUA
rimmed uwxdin. t. I... the Ptr.M
make ,
!', in n der to our Trained writers anti artist! famous .orlhr4 throe, will loa mid to the tl.. Ihid. \ ',
tier place In I'"' eh to ..,.. .t the Cntrt house door. on 'bo first I' .."'"t
k. country n M ..
Choice coaches and athletes, explorers Monde I. the moral or Jul,. ]I' wh'I. ; ..... ,
*> to it criteria )
live nd measure u r.r-1
scientists ana men successful : I. she lot day 01 July I"" I sr ,
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.r M... 1 1t. I. :, '
of \aierican d. nocracy we business Dated this 11th ;
in and industry |
IIIA19
Amon j Boy.Magarlncs 't. Lrnl' 'Qfk'
must clci our nation of these Jr"1 i with sal experienced staff topr Clerk "I C Lt- rbull p

II .I1,iis. tucu i' the THE AMERICAN !I.. Dade C FI"ride. I J .1 ,j}
Ci'ull "
a i. air 4r1a
( Boys JFE Bibliogra.ny: "Problems of Our 1CV, the sort of reading matter Ce.rtbyN. C. srr tc7T. D. C =J, %
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(May II, 3. t, 14. '. 1940) "
Times" by Brt.'uard and Zeleny. be like best, _t :r "
I 'Books 'Id T pamphlets ,
One ; TH2 AMERICAN EOY tell .
rW4tar4l oknV'rNMI. ,.,All Jays published, b>' thjtional Public news stands at 20"( a copy.onmost I 1 1e a4?rJ} t.1411s.' 7

lu, .nt! Housing Author \ ibscriptibU pric a Akre aUOO for
'. .. vrttara age .rnrt 'S i

r"nildidid. ..I'LIIII!.. ....lr..Wl.A .. -- ? year or $3.50 for three yean.leign .,' LEADING HOT I (
r I rate iOc a year extra

l-W.Offt' ..,., ,.), ?lOON ESSAY To subscribe limply send your P-mlUU' a e "*... "_ b

SHot 1.s0 iW year':' name. addrea inor remittance dlre.t t Gh'l"J'SOfOoII k.w4. ... f5l'
V
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Q I wbserly.lun' to THE AMER1P M BOY, *MII J-lil)
.,43, (Con til a From Page Five) COMfOU '
:. 430 Second Blvd., Detroit, Mlrblan. ".- with% a

....... --..;r..o:; girls, wt >. feel Insecurity a. I .-Adv. M01141MJUNOLIC tows. 14 "as J

f r".IMalta.g.a.ag9tg.. se.uFet .... discomfort ta' \ngt! 'y fro- -0..1.. .,' bet
41tM ..... .:. .... NOTICE TO .1'O.R..1 4 via ku..lspeW..t. bra"m.fa.P ."
9 .Lk home, a L na u. nthof. the Notice I 10 Hereby river i .001 In THIC U.S. P.WOs: matSe a. Jsea'bMAP
: resulting ,mil In the meeting *f the aUMkkold flat do ,
name ?
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East Coat Families Can leads. e Pelt'
fom.u of acre: the youth at u COM
;, fang > at-rd ; ICO'UISHO'
erg PMM.b MaalmJaarto
J' ( .. COCKTAIL lOUN<
GI.
In the Florida. EtJ P. a.. .
learn to make only PHe. .
m. r tow tk. ..leafwd: 1 di, -> WMa
\ ;,'IeT ICOt"S"i.a 1il1C.: possible way known to them. This ... a.s.artl.g .. .ewe bmiwa Ikvt read CwwU atFar.
any some w.. sibs ..easel.e. a Mi.ab
,; tL41 A9 wa.rKrehabsftil" makes criminal out of young people W. MOODY: = mar6ead aXr6wer. -A a hod 40.0. .
r who not wholly to bum .. D. Fn4ILR Mer.mry: W = : .. .
are uSa, 24. .11 Jews ,. If"' loW .. ...c.-. ..__ .10........
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_Pare Twelve _.- THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday June_7. 194*

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t' '"11Redland

fF Girl Scouts I
of
By KATHLEEN CAMPBELL

_.N. NM/NNM.IYYNMMMINIM.MIMMM FRRMLIIS

Troop S8 plant a gala vacation,
t participating In many of tha ac- tBulk
HviUe Offered In the Dade County I

summer scouting program. -
They win open their season with
"
a home party In the old home- DriedSugar
place of Mrs. C E. Eichenbergerin Brown Any Brand Sun-Brite

Naranja. An girls are to bring bed It( Lima Beans
the assigned equipment and come fire Milk Cleanser
to this rendezvous it (.30 a. m. pE5tyZ ,.,.

. be Wednesday four days June of Instruction 12. There, scheduled will- 4 Ins. .25 c 3 cans ,.19c 3 cam 13c 3IbsEhler's 19C

fun frolic and work. Every :31f3ow do I
hour Is planned. Chaperons are lute: and.-frutts;
Miss Small, full time assisted by sml king
Mrs. C F. Hcnnlngton, Mrs. A. L. to the bd.t.ciIi All
Campbell Mrs Harvey Coalman, '''' tt tTIY ? Coffee Ib. 25c
Mt s. Tom Tortjert, Mrs. L. O ., CaKes Grinds
Rogers and Mrs. Melba Bonds
All expenses will be taken care Br Kirey Pc'
I
of by Troop 38's treasury. There 1. Juices' extracted from chicken' ,
will be parties, picnics, swims, anda beef and vegetables trough boiling.are Miracle 35c 2
called' "stock" It can be stored Whip qt.
study course on Tlrst Aid. Mrs.
I la jars In the refrigerator, use for ,
Hennlngton will instruct In bandages flavoring soups, gravies, aances.I .
Mrs Campbell artificial respiration I S The so-called "searing method" GJ lb. pkg.-
; and Miss Small physiology | has been discarded In many kitchens AI.L-PURPO"E SHORTENING ARMOUR'S '
\ -
Each girl will be expectedto I because a constant low temperature
J (J00'-350| can be automatically
pass the requirements for the I
maintained, In modern Has range .
first aid badge at the end of this Gauze19C.
ovens. This eliminates watching TEX3
period I mlnlmlsea shrinkage and renders CAN 41c
,. At the meeting last Tuesday meat and fowl extraordinarily ten
Miss Small appointed Kathleen I der, Juicy and delicious
Campbell to act ss scribe during 3, Heat them tn the oven and Toilet TissueMEAL
Kathleen Wagner's summer visit I then, mix them In a little flour before
adding to the batter BULK
to Borden, Indiana Other girls
who will be missed at the house I or GRITS 5 Ibs. 14c 25c
,
party are Bertha May Flajw, Caro- Lists Bridge Manners 6 rolls .. ..
line Gaffney and Marion Dacca, all I Good and Otherwise
of whom will be In northern ter- Kraft's CHOCOLATE
ritory for the summer. I TTNFORTUNATELY, manyi 'T iiATO SOUPS 3 cans .25c
At last Tuesday's meeting Mrs i \ women, when they sit downto Malted Milk
Henmngton, Mrs. Gossman and i game of bridge terra their
Miss Small assisted the following manners behind. little
Though FACTORY PACKED

girls house In party formulating: Rosemary plans Hcnnlng for the spoken of matter, etiquette when is it a cornel very important toY Sap 5-lb. bag 25c l-lb. can 2CPillsbury's

ton, Marie Rogers, Teem Torbert. I
Kathryn Levy Rosemary Burk. ERNST HARVEST MOON EXCELL SODA OIL GRAHAM
Louise Robinson. ElouUe Robin-
son, Marion Decca Kathleen Wagner
Kathleen Campbell, Hazel Corn Flakes Sandwich Spread CraCkEl'S

Johns, Grace Burry. Elivira Burry

, and Marjorie Murray---- 3 pkgs. -.-_.14c Qt. Jar ___2Sc I-lb. pl\g. ..........10c



. [ A CasserolePie ] Flour 5-LB.BAG 27ci ifl


By Frances Lee Sltrt'J ?

vegeUtles tapioca. sea- Sun-Glo! FRESH COUNTRY Oft
MEAT. butler and milk k 1

aU baked la a casserole a until dish youhave ni Light BulbsEach ROLL BUTTER, lb. _:::. C

for kinfolk: olrompany
+ar rJosephine
That's -
the cold-weather DEXTER

4 luxury below:featurd 15cNew SLICED B. BACON, lb. 21 C

Liver andVegetable Culbcrtsoabridge

PIe and can make er break a
V pound sale party. Men may be excused for Red BlissPotatoes CUT FROM HEAVY WESTERN BEEF _
pork, diced; 114 occasional outbursts,but it Is hardly 2
caps cooked liver cut In pieces 1% forgivable in a gently bred woman CHUCK ROAST, Ib. cLEAN
cups sliced onions; 1 cup diced who Is expected to keep her emo-
carrots; lit cups boiling water; tions well in hand.
Itt tablespoons quick: cooking I Formulas of behaviour are fat and MEATY
tapioca; ..i teaspoon celery salt' I from complicated! at the bridge 5 lbs. 17c
H teaspoon sage; dash of paprika; table, and Josephine Culbertaon, uuu. SPARERIBS lb. __ IOC
dash of black u u n
. pepper; M" teaspoonWorcaatershlre wife of the well-known bridge ex-
wan: 1 cup sifted pert. says In the June Good Housekeeping I
\ flour; 1 teaspoon double-acting that It all boils down to GoldenRipeBananas MILK FED-BONED AND ROLLED -
baking powder; 'i teaspoon salt, i iI I kindness. Chiding a fellow playerfor
tablespoons I butter or other short I a bad bid or play besides being : VEAL ROAST lb. 29C
erring t aboull.I n
f ; tablespoons milk ( irritating and mannered, isdownright
'. Try out salt pork; add liver aad j inrl can very frequently
i browa sllsbtlr. Cook onions ant I i contribute to an unpleasant Slbs. 13c
"
carrot la bolllnsr salted water I scent. unu GEORGIA
until Just trader. Deals; measure i Post-mortem discussions of a
; liquid and add water to make two I' hand, Miss' Culbertson nays, though SMOKED BACON, lb. 18c
. cups. Add vegetables and liquid to part and parcel of the game, can un
meat mixture: then add remainingIngredients lead to unnecessary argument and Home GrownTomatoes
and bring to a brisk I should be avoided if UK talk .becomes
t boll. stirring; constantly, Tura Intgireaasd too heated or If one Memberof 81\'U'T'S CIRCLE: *
i; casserole. the party Is particularly aJfIl'ftoaive. '
* SIR flour one, measure, add .In planning bridge game,tat PICNIC HAMS, lb. 17 CiSLUX
| baking powder and salt and sift author points out, an effective uu
, again. Cut la sbortealng. Add method to Insure complete equableness
.. milk gradually, stirring until soft ; is to plate all the self-appomtad '5c
dough la formed. Tarn out on authorities together.This, she says Lb.
slightly floured board and knead ''I usually has a restraining effect ta 5DAP3tor19c'i.Ll
It seconds or enough to shape. all concerned.
N Roll dough 14 Inch thick; with i t
sharp bite make slits to
permit EAGLE ATTACKS rUSE Home Grown
escape of "1&1II. Fit ever meat '
mixture la .,_roe, Bake to kot A giant sea eagle is reported to

... Seven i.(U9r..) It Blames. Serves near have attacked Key West a naval last patrol week. plane The Lima Beans3lbs. !.lLq'3 for 19c

bird swooped down upon the plant
HOW TO BEAT A SKID lllre an attacking bomb crashing SMARTY

Race drivers have three cardinal i j ; Into the plane'a wing mid then u 25C DOG FOOD 6 2&CIldme
cans
.
rule when their can go plummeted into the w."<'f. Astonished ,
skid and the rules might wo.:1. n8then bl'l'lulb1tIeit
memorized by all motorists, plane safely to lard and reportedno
cording to Pontiae engineer. damage.. Grown '

art: don't touch the brakes, Ie-I I : !!
the car in gear turn with the caught off Stuart last week by F.
.
not against it. W. Pratt of Brooklyn. after a CarrotsBunch ,
forty-minute battle. Zane Cray
RECORD DOLTUIN CAt'cirr holds too world's record w/nh

What may prove to ,be a new 63 waters.pounder caught In : al .. ... OCII MAIL i0arse atsrca".oz a, ucw rant csnr 23c
North American record-a Si-
pound dolphin, tarot SIS Inches,
length I fet 1M Inches-was READ THE WANT-ADS .




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