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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 14, 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
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System ID: UF00087294:00283
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME- XXVIH-NO. 84 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE |4. 1940 PRICE FIVE CENTS j I





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APPEAL FAILS ; Significance Seen in Start of Church HOUSE GROUP RE

As Italy Enters Second World War UMiiEDS


1'wa pioneer Baptmts of Homestead plement to the Rev. J. E. John H

TO UPSET CITYi I launched construction of tin I stone memento, pastor of the o* occasion the church as a PROJECT AS EMERGENCY t

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new building'ot the First Baptis t
A Urge portion of the -

BOND REFUND !ground Church during by turning ceremonies spadefuls at site o r denominations and many attended friends the of congregation other cere NATpAL DEFENSE NEED!

i of the edifice at N. W. Thud aWeel't monies. The program started with ;

'and Krome avenue Monday after a hymn, "How Firm Foundation"
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., led by J. Q. Caldwell, followed by h
Non-Assenting ondhOld-i'noon.; a scripture reading; and a prayer Efficient Operation of opinion, th, racy d"p.i. i is :
ers Now Must ] To Arch Campbell and Ralph I by Dr. Johnstone Naval Base on Island better qu.e.7: to bu'.J I, IUP- u

i Majority J Musselwhite, both of whom have "It Is significant that that construction Demands Aqueduct duct under pc.\ ..>e cuuti than i,
been affiliated with the local Bap
would be Flol.dkl '
the :
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started almost II I-
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'tist congregation for nearly 2' duct comi"-...". Wider U I ier-: :
HOMESTEAD UPHELD,!years, went the honor of brealunj! I at the very hour that Italy" BILL TO BECOME LAW oative pr"jxn..i of m iii-1ut't. ,

BY COURT the ground. They climaxed the declared war against the Allies .,,.. .",'
ECISIONi] said the Rev. :T. J. Richards pastor WITHIN FEW WEEKS constructed w RFc" m >" and
ceremonies held by plunging I' :I WPAlaborLEAGUELEADING,
S. District :brand new shovel into the plowed I II' of the Homestead Methodist
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earth and then presenting the im- Church who took part la the ,program Early Completion Assured!
'Judge Affirms Approval J "This church and all It represents as RFC and WPA Go

fi- SZ tower C ti.-- ; I will be standing long after Out of Picture
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I LOCAL CHAMBER all dictators have passed on and I I
their regimes have been wrecked HORNE DEFEATEDBY
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bondholders seeking
Non-assenting i
It Is beyond doubt that you who Approval house appropriations I.
to block the city of Home- [PLANS DRIVE FOR are connected with the erection of committee of 12,000,000

stead's efforts to perfect the bond I this building will do your duty for the construction of a freshwater PERRINE 10-5
refunding plan adopted by the city wisely well and will raise this ,
aqueduct from the mainlandto
NEW\ MEMBERS structure to outlast everything thatis
council In 1937 received another
West United
disturbing the world today. Key by the States
TEAM STANDINGSW!
set-tack In a decision banded
Christian civilization is being navy department njaKfei certain an
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down in the United State district i ,
jeopardized but Jt )Js the church
A membership campaign, witha early start on the Jonc-talfced-of Horn 6 l ((113ferritie I '
court of appeals at New Orleans and congregation such .
goal of 150 members, will be .sIre in project which will get Its water 2 U3
last veek. conducted by the Redland District (Continued on Page Three) from the Homestead-Florida City Crocker 2 1 ;:,133:

The decision denied the contention Chamber of Commerce, it was de- area. __ 1\\
of the bondholders that the!cided at a meeting of the chamber Campbell Quits Post In the committee's report on the This H \ekl S<'hedaleJune a

city had no right to refund their Monday night As City Tax Assessor supplementary national defense bill 14-Hero* va. BrouU-i! ,

bonds and upheld the decision o/I W. W. Allan president appointed submitted to the house construction June 17-Horne Perr 1\('. ;
the United States district June IB-Brookar H .me. "
court at vj
Mrs. Cina Stewart Paul Resignation of Claude A. c.mp-j of the aqueduct was recom-
Miami which ruled unfavorablyfor Reynolds Robert Glenn, Jr., and bell as city tax assessor mended as an emergency national
the non-assenting bondholders. himself as a committee to arrange receiving of applications by the defense project.Congressman The league-leading: V, D II ,m,-
Bondholders owning an aggre- details of the drive for presentation I Company team suttowd u lust
city council to appoint his successor Pat Cannon, in reporting -
gate of $134.000 worth of bonds at the. next meeting. There were announced yesterday ] the bill, said the construction defeat of the sea.ooMU.I" i i. :n>.t
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refused to accept refunding bonds. are 5} membeis of the chamberat Mr Campbell until two months I of the aqueduct by the navy
This made it necessary for the IQ lefnnt by a score of in t I. 5 ;
present. ago was engaged in the oil business department as a national defense
city to file a petition In the district Wednesday tuglil The Iii urn
J. D. Redd county commissioner, with his father A. J. Campbell : measure was decided on several
court for confirmation of its
In a talk before' the chamber ad-! but is now connected witha months kfo. The pip line Is needed still retain their first p.,1'" i p, 0,1-iticn
plan of refunding and to requirethe I I vised the organization to contact life insurance company. i he said, to bring Die Key West by reason ol five: "' dpi
non-assenting bondholders I to '
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the board of commissioners by letter Applications for the tax assessor i navy yard up to the point of efficiency wins while rooker and > ''mI'are
accept the! plan urging continuance of work on post must be filed with the required by national de- tied fjr second plu.o,
The petition was filed In May, I Homestead park on tbe bay between council not later than 8 o'clock fell>e. There is "t doubt that the Horne scored only In I'..' lid
1(39 and It was contested by the I ,
and ninth i&ntugkK iiv
the Homestead canal and Monday night. house will approve the appropriation -
non-assenting bondholders. The the Florida City canal. He said I I and that senate approval night. .On man craved I'' ..u
city t won the case and an appeal I iD the second, and In t iii
!completion of the park would rr Tot Hurt in Dynamite would follow o.uly, making the
to the higher court was taken by '
'quire a great amount of mor I bill into a law wi n a few weeks frame, :la in effort to sun' Jr- i
the bondholders. Blast Near Princeton .
which cannot be obtained in L he aald. feat, four mn succeeded .piing
Ira C. Haycock oily attoroey.1! Immediate future but that the II I Rear Admiral I Murrell chief home. rrruie si wed ., in'

who argued the cue In ap- board now has a "Isttle money on A large rock hurled by a blast ot the bureau c ads and docks, game In the eighth by b nl .? m
court, laid the successful re-j I
peals .
five The team made in
hand" which might be obtainedfor of dynamite struck Stephen Lege-1 stated before t' "mmtttee that men.
funding of the city's; indebtedness!, use In this section. ikes, Jr., 6, son of Mr .and Mrs ,', the Key West .y yard will be the third **n aid via e.." the
la reflected in the Improved condition -| The park work so far, has Included Stephen Legeik"s of Kendall and permanent as 11 required a. an fourth, aixt Mt mat'Of '!.
of the city's financial status '
drainage and clearance of Inflicted lacerations on his face advance repair I supply base I the seven trrui nud.. : ..mg
and its ability now to pay the Interest afternoon. The I' and thenavy's the *'->WB made 11 jnd.
vegetation Mr. Redd said. One of Tuesday boy was fir destroyers 6 Ines game
on the refunding bonds. the la. set items of expense will treated at the Post Graduate hos air force.Congressman. I Pernne maps four !tlo,'. -' Will I
Since the refunding bonds have
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laid. In his (Gontir on
pital. non
been Issued there never has been be construction of a beach becauseof 'I
a time when the city bas not been the necessity of transporting The accident occurred near I
sand to the site, he said. Princeton where Mr. Legeikes! a
in a position to pay the Interestas Free Cla 1,1 Modeling Starts Today !
contractor, was constructing a gar-
it matured and, in addition to Geo. W. Turner suggested that J

this, approximately the cit has been$27,000 able to of retire its- the widen chamber the Homestead start a movement and Florida to age.charge Just of dynamite as the father to clear I set out off a n I Under IL ',stead Art Club Sponsorship \;

for the foundation he m .
bonded Indebtedness. and a large City canals so that boats from spot I i
amount of the accrued .Interest on other sections would be attractedto ticed the boy standing in the' -..&. Jean H. '1 of the F. .da rlllerte building. on a \1. t trip

the old bonds h' said. thi *,,\!.. danger tone. Mr. Leweik- .- WPA a' irojert will begin to instruct ,about 1 o'cl".k.I .
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.ed a warning but his son into I II thouh\ that t. J.89egroup !
the shower of broken rixus instead a M in modeling 8:30 will decide to br.ni& :- ,ttes

Future Farmers Mar .me> Carries of to safety. a'olock\ U a njorr1 ,: In le "ham-, to the Ch.nJ..r gt Coilr.eroe
I bee ol Con mrt ''will.... Mrs. building as tLe ad.olt J: has

Article pn Pr' vCts of Local Boy THE WEATHER Ben Archer iresk l .of the lome- 'ten 9aing. ''j
The adult' grauli -Lug : by E,
_. ..--t;;; of tho Sob opirat 'stead Art Club i nuance :loots 1b .b/I-wiil J Fri- ''
sector;;: Official Clarence spur
"Growing Into the Poultry tm it Homestead High School Ell.......... Station. Hop-tad. PInr/da/ to. be used will f ;w. v the Card Sound ""rl\lp
ness" is the topic of an article I next year, was awarded the state Dew M.I.IMIn.1 It.,.4 Mja. day near the
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JU Newton member of the local i farmer degree, the third highest June 7 '-"'- I M I I 87 130.03| I class cad have A pisiic lunch t: .e
chapter of the Future Farmers of fit four Sit Its of active membership June ___ 47 J [ { la the afternoon Miss JW will The only expense aosaaoated With
America appearing in' the June' of natienal organization Son 11.._ 8. Sf j 28.191 i teach sketching and painting to aU thell. toyr4es 1& for materials l.od

issue of the Florida Future farmer;I blewis article follows: June 18 ..__. 81 67 |30.051 1 003 pupils of ached age who desire to and ua jt..ti.n\ far the lostnlC- t
magazine. At the state F. F. A., "I enrolled in yoeat"-l agriculture Sun 11 ___ 82 Jl8 J30JMI 0.18 tors. The art ceases meet each 1
convention! held recently *t in BoiMtteai ugh, School June 12 =--- to M 1U31| 0.21 attend her ciaw. They will probably Friday at 1I.e C7acml.er .f Conmerce {

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Page Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, June 14. %


Floy E. Watson Dies !we are quite proud of the change tU t member of the school :' I\JIII'ouwonder.'h11 M nj'jj
HORNE
DEFEATED we have made In it j I'This I I team, debating team, or church," said a local Snort
After Short Illness
[team representing the to the preacher ml
"' year I am a junior In high I "and

(Continued from Page One) I Funeral aervlcea for Floy Eugene school and I have for projects: 8. Be in the upper 40 you why-there are 'alwiysj

were chalked up because of wild Watson, 39, of Homestead who 70 laying hens, 900 broilers, one of the class In scholarship degree"I hypocrites there! :'
throws. died at Jackson Memorial hospital hog, and one cow of which I owna school subject during the ", don't let that keep you ,
I one-third share. Besides this I period of secondary school said the preacher smiling
Monday night the Brooker Lum- Wednesday night after a brief '
ber Company team, playing against illness will be held at 4 o'clock have one acre of land scarified so tion completed at the time of always room for ono '
Perrlre was In the scoring groove I this afternoon at the First BaptistChurch we can plant a small grove I cation for the state farmer I ,-Progressive Farmer. \'

and turned In a total of 20 rum. with the Rev. J. E. John- have planted 20 citrus trees and 18

Perrine scored but twice. tone, pastor, officiating. Burial avocados."I 1 1I
Brooker acored In every Inning I will be In Palm Cemetery, Naranja. hope to be a poultry farmer I
e", <-pt the third and ninth. Per- Turner Funeral Home will have when I finish school. My uncle has
rine cored oMy In the fourth. charge of arrangement Servicesat already promised me a job here
The' local team started IU scoring -I the grave will be conducted by running the business and helping
pree right at the start of the Royal Palm Lodge of Masons of market the produce p pI

game: bringing In five men in the, which Mr. Watson was a member. "This year In order to market
firIn the sixth frame six men!I Mr. Watson was a native of'I my produce rapidly I bought c

paraded across home plate. I, Blakely Ga, and came to this area I!I small truck and now I have :, I
Simmons and Cuthbert took ;,18 years ago He was a farmer. small retail egg and broiler trade.
I turn on the mound for Perrlne'I Surviving him are his widow, Mrs I Qualifications for the state Guaranteed Used Cars
: but tin s' succeeded In fanning only I! Loretta Horne Watson; a son, (I farmer degree won by Newton Mean
one Brooker man each. rive wild James Watson;.three sisters, Mn.': are as follows according to the F.
; pit tea were charged up against the : Lelia Pearce, Mrs George Belling A. manual:
hUJ lerb. Errora totaled five for I and Mrs Hubert Miller, all of I IF.)I 1. Must have held the degree of{ 1938 CHEVROLET DELUXE TUDOR TRUNK
: Pfmne Miami, and two brothers '
and three for Brooker Mark future farmer for at least one year, SEDAN.
The Horne team played good ball' and John I. Watson, both of Immediately preceding election to

lint Friday night by scoring ten Miami. I I( the degree of state farmer, have
times. I _______ 1937 CHEVROLET DELUXE FORDOR
I blanking Its opponent Per- been an active member of the F.,
fine and making no errors. Pitching -ILOCALF F.A. BOY; F. A. for at least two years, and TRUNK SEDAN.
of Clonlnger, on the mound I have a record of satisfactory par- ]
for the local team, had much to
tlclpatlon In the activities ot the
do with the victory He struck I (Continued from Page One) local chapter. I 1937 FORD 60 TUDOR SEDAN.

I out 11 men and allowed only two four years ago. Agriculture la one 2. Must have satisfactorily completed

free walks to first On the other of my favoritesut: > and the at least two yean of instruction CHEVROLET DELUXE FORDOR
hand, Cuthbert hurling for Per- only one that gives me an oppor- In vocational agriculture have 1935 '
; tine fanned only one man and tunity to stud!)* (Vrdky life'i work."I In operation an outstanding program SEDAN.
I walked four live on my.unale'i farm Four of supervised farming, and I
Horne made two scores In the yean ago I rtamrto keep records be enrolled regularly In a vocational '
I tint three In the third one In the on the chic ens on the farm, agriculture I class (or have ] 1938 CHEVROLET PICKUP.
I Jifth and two each In the seventh Finally I defUVft..I would like to completed all the vocational agrl-1; I

f end eighth. have a floctfW my own, So I culture offered In the school attended I

I Friday Night June 1Irtw.rd. I started to sate.money until I was ).

i Lindgren.'PEIIINI Ib -. ._ _....AL a a a. .0. L 1 able to buy 150 chicks, from which 3. Be familiar with the provisions ) Bird Chevrolet Co.Oldest .
Hd..n, III .. I produced 71 pullets. It was but of the constitution of the a
; :.... it-9 '::::'':.:_: : 1 t Chevrolet Dealer on Florida East Coast
4 a short time until I
; III....... e _.._... began to see state association and national or-
J HI.on that there In broilers Homestead Florida Telephone $gLOUP
was money ganization. f
\ Little, ofj _.:::::..._: : : : so I built I small plant which hat 4. Demonstrate proficiency In .

t senor,fire:..::== :.i : : : I capacity of 300 parliamentary procedure. I

: ,", ...", polf ..._"_" .I 0 I "One of our greatest problemsIn 5. Be able to lead I group discussion -

Totals .. .__._._._ .10 0 South Florida Is transportationto for 40 minutes and pass I
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market We are located 35 miles some occupational or F. F. A. test I
a. a. south of Miami and have to haul provided by the state executive' ..fJ'ieOObSD
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1f ..__.. all our produce. I(committee.

ifVM .::: :..._:_.. "My uncle and I started In the 8. Must have earned by his own
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Ib ... ':::.?. poultry business four years ago efforts from farming or other agriculture : @
a lb..hlre. rJ 4 I and today we have 3,000 birds.'! work and In ,
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Clunlnnr.AndfK .b ..........
....- 4 0 001 We have 1,000 broilers and 2,000 bank otherwise In-
y'u..f ...._... ..4 0 0 or productively
t >n, rf :: hem. We are now building a new ''vested at least $250. (At least two
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"' broiler house which will have a thirds of the amount must be derived &
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Tomb ... aa so a I total capacity of 2,000 birds. We from his supervised farming

i 1'.1.. roe too 000-o have built seven chicken hou.el''program) .
H..... ... ..J0010 a a-IO and one egg house In the four I)I 7. Show leadership ability by

two hoN hit.. N1469 Ed.do home ,years which we have been tn busnesi. !-'having held responsible positionsIn ) [}ll
: ban run. 11"Ir tta. bow on 'ball.--of. Culh. When we first started we connection with student chap-
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Two how hi... E. ..111.." LIU, thrw who might be interested in discussing withus right
Mw blob E. Sullivan' h n' r ft..I I I. omy from the start. And we'll explainthe
double ,mm, Hil..n la L. 'tiro., Ilaeve.I their 1910-1911( marketing problems. I '
to C. aiihon; base on bal", off MIN a, I I FHA Plan for building a modern small
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Friday, June 14,1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pajre Three


Lions' convention held at Hollywood Local Presbyterians Florida would receive approximately t \
Brazilian Manufacturer Is Selected
I j the fedei.il
II Sunday, Monday and Tuesday Meet $1,173,000 from "\
Dale Brant of St Petersburg Attending: State I appropriation for the training of ,
President of Rotary International:
was named district governor to succeed I youth in vocations essential to national \
Miss Irene Jackson and Miss
Roscoe Brunstetter of Miami defense,
Armando de Arrmuda Perelra: : ,, tlon In saying that world peace Approximately SO local lions attended Avis Bitting are delegates of the:
tile and brick manufacturer of Sao coulld be achieved and be made Homestead Presbyterian Church ;
the convention, I
Paula, Brazil\, was unanimously permanent if reared on Rotary's attending the junior conference of
elected president of Rotary Inter firm foundation of friendliness, A feature on the entertainment St John's Presbytery which started I

national, lucceedlng Walter D tolerance, and usefulness." program of the convention was the Tuesday at the Highland LakesHotel :

Head o( Philadelphia, at the annual Following the elections, an International model Lions meeting which was Avon Park. The conference \ Reliable
convention of the organization round table was held, presented by the Redland District will .continue through Thursday

hell Sunday, Monday, .Tue.- directed by Past President Allen Lions Club. Charles L Ooley, secretary The Rev. Go. H. Ricks, pastor of I \

day and Wednesday at Havana, D, Albert of Paris, III., in which of the local club, was the church, Charles Behrens andRichard :
Cuba. Rufus F. Chapln of Chicago Rotarians of several of the more speaker, while Mr. Gallaher was Hickson will attend the I Dry Cleaners

was re-elected treasurer, than two dozen countries represented in charge of arrangements.' Tall senior conference which will start:

After the opening of the convention at the convention took part twisters were W. W. Allan. J. Q. Thursday and continue through and Laundry ,

Sunday, which featured Caldwell, Robert Glenn, Jr., W. June 28 at Avon Park. I BEARING
O. Talbott, Lawrence Pope John EMORY 1
of welcome from Dr.
message Mr. Ricks will, attend also the
Ownt'r and !ManagerSUITS
Neafsey and Richard Kinard, Mr.
Federlco Laredo Bru of BREAK GROUND
president pioneer conference which will be
Cuba, and the first general session Caldwell led the singing. held June 28 to July 8. He will I

of the convention on Monday, Business of the convention la- serve as counselor and will teach 49c

the convention met "by vocation (Continued from Page One) eluded adoption of resolutions approving I a class in church membership.

on Tueiday. Twenty-eight vocational Homestead that will keep it intact President Roosevelt's stand
craft assemblies were held for the benefit of mankind." I. In the war and the seeking of legislation U. S. Allots $1,173.000 I PANTS 24c
during the momln,. to obtain greater aid and
Baker M. Hlndman, principal of
The second general session of Homestead schools, declared the more employment for the blind of To Train State Youths !Men's, Women'siiATSsr.45c
the convention held later Tuesday the itate.Florida.
on I
schools and the church have a
morning, featured the con Jacksonville, June 13 (FNS)- :
similar duty to perform and, there
vention addresses O. Ramirez of Public
of State Superintendent
In City Church
hand
fore, must work hand in
Brown, statesman of Managua, developing the younger generation. To Mark Father's Day Instruction Colin English, here this Wash
Nicaragua, second vicepresidentof "Both Institutions strive to build week to attend the conference of

Rotary International, and the character and mould the lives of A in observance ofF.tber' the Florida Congress for Education I PANTS 20c
founder and program
of
message notary's in Democracy, states that
the youth to a spiritual and men
will be the
Day given at
emeritus Paul P. Harris
president ,
tal perfection," laid Mr. Hindman.
of Chicago. Florida City Free Methodist SHIRTS tOe
The first group education in history
Mr. Harris, addressing the more Church Sunday morning at 11 READ THE WANT-ADS
than 3,000 assembled Rotarians and was in the charge of the o'clock. Included In It will be the
church, and today the school can ,
,
following: '"H DRESSES
laid has made of
guests, : "Rotary 49o.
not work Independently in giving
itself a miniature model of a world Prayer, Elizabeth Brooks; scrip .
at peace All great projects must youth the proper outlook in life. ture recitation, Leon Norrls; Abie's Lunch Room Ladle
1Talks, in which appreciation for ,
first have their miniature models. greeting for father, Marjorie '
the new church building and congratulations Cook recitation, Lorena Odum A. B. CORE, Prop.
This holds good In the project of I ; ; I. 7 COATS 490.
to those responsible
"
Wherever I Am, Cook
Bert
world To create a world ;
a peace. I
219 State
wide fellowship out of 60 different for its construction were the theme, "Sunshine for Father," Daniel Highway,
; were made by W. B. Caves, Sr., Morton "Kind to Father "
Carolyn Miami
elements, each with its numerous ; South SKIRTS 25o
Mrs
religious and political subdivisions, I representing the congregation; Cook; "A Wish for Father," George
Julia Polk, representing the Sun
would in the beginning (of Rotary) Morton; "My Father's Sunshine Dlnlnr Room and Kitchen
I school Mrs. A. E. Paul and
day ; Motto Jeredenn Damp Wash. 12 Ibs. 49cSo
have seemed like an Idle dream, I Tamblyn; song I'nder Supervision of I
but while-Rolary Is and has always Miss Ellen Vann, representing the' by he Cook sisters; "A Father," ( each additional pound)
women of the church; How
been idealistic thus far, at young Charles Morton; "Father and
,
BOB and AL DYSON
ard West, representing the young Home," Curtis Gooding, "My Flat Work, II). 7c
least, its idealism has proven to be
practical Rotary has actually men, and Mrs. E H. Collier, representing Father Pressed My Hand," Elizabeth Formerly of llr)ant's Corner Commercial Flat, Ib. Ic
the Women's Missionary "
become of the civic life of Cook; "Pa's Old Breeches,
a part ($' Minimum)
Union. In addition to his talk Mr "
60 nations I have no hesita- Owen Gooding; "My Dad, Alfredu Open 24 Hours a Day
West read a poem, "Two Kinds of Cook; "Tribute to All Fathers,"
People." Genevieve Cline.Souvenlers CURB SERVICE CAIIED FOR AMIDtl
Spear Gets Unanimous Dr. Johnstone presented E. A. will be given to all H LRt:1)

Call to Retain Pulpit Ehman, architect for the new who attend the service according Lumhes, Sandwiches and Told rhone 79 fairs BId,.
building; E, L. Lawrence, chair I to tin1 pastor, the Rev Edith Turnbljn. Drinks at Popular I'rlres Homestead, HJ.
of the building committee;
man h"I'M
The Rev. R. H. Spear, pastor of .
and J. D. Conner, construction ________ -
Homestead Nazarene Church,
the
supervisor-all of whom responded
received a unanimous call to serve with short talk,. FOND OF MY I'IFE"I
the church for another year at a The benediction was pronounced
recent meeting conducted by the :
by the Rev. Ceo. H. Ricks, pastor
district" superintendent. I IMr. of the First Presbyterian
Spear left Monday to. attend : Church.
the general assembly of the I
Nazarene church held I
being at
Oklahoma City, Okla. A guest Gallaher Again Named

ipeaker will occupy the pulpit at I State Lions Treasurer

the Sunday morning service, and
at the evening service the annual I E. H. Gallaher of Homestead

children's: day exercises will beheld i i'It was re-elected state treasurer of
and a medical missionary program Florida Lions for the twelfth consecutive
will be presented. I time at the annual state

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t I THKlEADER.DiTERPRiSE fiJ TlJ.o2iCtA.i '1JG l:!I GHT; 6l. nr> r t{,]J l "AAUUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA LIBRARY FACTS ;


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P""Mi.hd er"a" R..a..4Iw
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t ears ii III II Ik* WflM ItUm .1'Y1'1'.1'1'Y.1'Y.
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errs I, 5571, ".{U ,'to LBIRAKT novas .

84 wt.X Monday. Wednesday. Than**, i\

less ArmBHjHUOMK .. ...- od sdWa 1 1-' >

LKAfM*+ IfI''*. Taesday, Frl'" .10 C ...-( f. at. vSaturday. '

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'bade r"'r __ ...._ 01.84i X rhl MRS. J E. GAVZEMl ;

i! 0S.Mt W Deft Cxmtf __. .., _, II.M Good libraries art' art eMMMt .+.,.

feature el democrat/
.
PioneerBy .
When the dtetxton' of Spa M snit

Miiy Fen-ell Dlrtrlriaow! Germany. purged their libraries of

" 'rile'lUll- his, and wheeling r "undesirable' literature" they
compnci .t v
brought to the consciousness of
''I'
other people the significant fact:
111e'piung' / motor dare tM tar
that libraries are predominant ROM
, Still/ i of thy His father knew
dot forces and wield a powerful Influence
r Sinn: "., )",'.tl. strange seas e !'.
in shaping public opinion.
.. "icin blue ,
However public opinion, is not ,
.
And r' 1m trrr clicking In the ..
molded One factor. The
',, 'i/e- by any
co-operation of the public itself Is
I
: But ?nctrt the Pleiades!
: ,necessary to accomplish this.

The library completes 1U function -
Pioeepts for Living when a book or books on 8

Th: "'M"wing precepts tar those particular subject have been passed }

who n,
iclf-rr,
enjoy i"i.- more fully were re- { country and himself is acquiring;
"
rtnll* nublished in the Masonic I the ability to sift the printed matter -

'\ New ''If Montreal, Canada f ; absorbing that which is helpful -
tc:"n 'o like what doesn't cost )" and rejecting that which U .,

: i much jDrs not In accord with his principles.

In,in u like reading, convww-! ., Never has there been a time when

, r lion, rniul, the combination of much reading

Lenin I i lo like plain food, plum and clear thinking is so .essential .

I"rv", i" ji I m cooking/ -- because the frontiers of knowledge

L. "m ,r" like field, trees woods, 4.1' iu.11iAtt are changing rapidly In this fast

bro,I, ., "'J I
,'. Li,""I to like life for Its own Ford has laid: 'Many

ink 1w, ) persons think by hoarding money
L, '"rn like people even thouf they are gaining lately for themselves -

some Ih,'m may be as different at 6A.v'fb +IAvt: eut,( l1 ?'telSf' :Y .. I' It money I is your only hope I

(n m 'm 'i a Chinese 'II)1t1A1cF zt' OIQIS1'\AtC\ \ for Independence you will never '
I, "in 11 like to work and en- pOCltzlt IE' l'IoA&\\I("I AMP@M. 9 have it. The only security that a

Joy t'1 "it action of doing your man can have In this world is arest'rve

Job ,'-- II as It can be done. of knowledge, experienceand
L. u.i '" like the long of the In 1592 twelve Franciscan missionaries arrived strange looking TOUMPUT TREE, which grows In ability! ."

, ;. birds 10, nmpnnlonihip of dogs, at St. Augustine with thoir superior and placed the southern a-ea .f Florida: This decidedly troi>-
: r find Inn.'11' r and gaiety of children themselves under the charge of Father Francis ical plant !his fctt a single stem which it hollow Your library will help you gain I
this of knowledge and the
" Manna, warden of the convent of St. Helena One and quite biaiii, :'I"u except scar the apex. Hereof reserve
experience and ability will! follow
Lenin 'n like gardening, cnrpenfcrlnu them. Father Francis Peals, drew up in the the limbs xjirco/ ,I out into clumpi of foliage near as the night follow the day

oii'ii ring around the house, hutnanK of the Yemnwea "AbridftmeM of the branch :''''n. Ihi rlwrterec slender! spiktu, Fancy once again seeing our j

.. the lawn, md the nutmobile Christian Doctrines," mid to be the first work Compiled which are fio tn'f"! .., n:'- several inches in tenth money jar on the desk full of

Lenin to like the sunrise and in may of our Indian hn uag... and comttiro :o -:n ':,11 tree an unusual and ornamental pennies, nlekles dimes and even

limed'. irn' beating of rain on roof A fruit that looks like a tassel but tastes like api: :ca:a,:co. dollars The money thus collected t

and "inl't'! s. nnd the gentle fall a fig! Suck I I. the distinction of the fruit of the RODS to help defray the emtenaet
cf em'"v '111 n winter day /!
of the library. 'I
.
Lei, 'i 1 rep your wants simple .
r I anchoredby nnvvvnvre Tt'a TTTne built the roadbed .........................................................-., And talking about myneJ!.*--.*
Refu1I h" owned and was on of an ex- )
large item of expense in sits tJUUgfer ,
t i '"i and the opinions ot pensive railroad that failed of completion .
CURRENT I. !of library Is replacing books
Children in Court any
cthei) and the cost of th j, nine
, f :that are lout through the. failure
.
__ !,j
road was 63: million dollar, i I
COMMENTBy 'lot patrons to return, !tbem Diu-irU
By Judge Malcolm llslfleldDRlKEE ,
without heavy grade or rut, .aid 1 .1,
1 Folks I Like all craning are by undcrp\- m I .., ... .. ... ._ Iyour spring house-cleaning did
I 1,dt) i ho who realize AGNEW WELSH I ,you find a book or books belong-
r person overhead Autos will 'in ,
11e.AAAAAAI4AAAAAAAAAAAA a u
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1 pay S VIEWED WITH
t he "'t.'- never gotten anywhere ,"i"WW's mile toll and trucks, four cents until i.OOD.NATtRr.n TOLERATIONAn : >I ling to the library tucked away In
, with,) 11 oho help of otheri NJ a corner? It Is so easy for this to
, Nines the federal loon Is repnld I
i parson ,,11't! live unto himself Then "wa..ts oe hi. I 1Mr.;'=. == e employer once came to court {happen. It so please bring them
, 0" ho I. .ar.ee..et a. as __ and stated that unless one of his 'or tend them inNames .
the
share.
the mo f more
you you with Id, ... I ;
-
i have; i ic more you give. the more Mlw to Areso,I iw-::.: 111101-Na: L Summary of opinions expressed employees would be admitted to a of well-known authors
1515 .... Miami' Ties in "Life" by Major George Fielding state Institution to receive alcoholic who have departed this life during -
, : you actI Eliot: "The historic and fundamental treatment he would be I 1940 and of their worksare ,
. I if i person who keepi an Old) Ike was wed to explain forced t* some
; 1 open -"it md nn open heart The his. contented attitude end replied German objective ,N to discharge him. Knowing that this : :
wreck the East of Europe. nut the employee the father of I Thomas Beer-"The Mauve Decade
very m nut.' you and I think weI Hit just thliawiy: : lamed to cooperate I was nine
i' know <', ,', > thing. we're sunk with the Inevitable: When Weal, there are the raw ri mnl... children, the judge immediately ."
: Germany so desperately nevis contacted the superintendent ot the Alexander Black-"Th. Great.
; II, I ki who nr for something in Immovable body to met by an
, A victory over Great Brltlan would state hospital and had him admitted I Desire"
"'in' nlwayi against some-: Irresistible mass something I I. fain -
: think: 1 1 IP nn ppp-tumty. not to but an' thair nothm' you can by no means be a conquest of the for treatment Hamlin Garland-"A Daughter
I
ii an ". le-11, do about It." British empire Canada' Australia Following a period of treatment of the Middle Border" (Pulitzer

1 IIIr'l '"Iki who "'flrk.110 dniwenl New Zealand, BritKh West I at the hospital the man was din- prize), '
Indies-because the Geriy.irn do E. T. Benson-"A* W* WeTfI,"
. work. I like charged About
King ten
u people A Miami youth of 14 was haled nine or months
not possess the sea to force
power LagerlofL11iiecrons'sHcme" ,
Selma
\. make money-whs cantake Into court for refusing to support later he started being 8 "good fellow .
their way into those tress: of
first woMan winner
I I of a firm or a business hh 13 old chHd-wtf and their one moriHa .
; 1 year
: Nobel pure).
slid -r oanitlse It that it win com two months old bab*. The first l was so weak-miaded that he n
They are now laying old K ng Honor Willsle Morrow
tll'OUlJh0 Ih a profit. thought In such cam at why children Nebuchadnezzar could not resin) the various Inx'itatloni Toward 'f
I wasn t su far ever Free "With Malice
Put urns your life above ell of that age should melvct cleanse to "coast with his friends *
things, good will. wrong .after all when h* ate xi.1'i ,. I None," "The Last Full Measure,
ProgressiveFarms Viet such union Consequently his
to marry or employer dial "
Scientists have discoveu th..: "A Lincoln Trilogy
I IA.oA mould be solemnized Even though charged him and
as a result, his
__ blades from grain stalk .11"' i"I'hIn I John Buchan-"The Three HOI -
born of detemma, or parental entire, family was thrown .
a on relief
'
vitamins; that they CM'..,n 2): i sues A few weeks before hi
Cash Other Side : consent, much marriages call for and had to exist! on a few dollars
:
times more of vitamin B th.", dir, |death he had completed a novel
serious reflection: there are so ,i week whereas the former income
Some elks call purity: payment, letter ami U time mm t ,an I disclosing his impressions of Can
"the l""n grab' Implying that many angle. tomatoes In all they figured thata of the family was approximatelytwo ) 'ada duping his tenure as the king'
thousand dollars .
farmer II" being subsidized by pound of dried gross has 29 times a year re'rf>enrttttv-. U will be published

the rui'ion That la one way to One read much these days about ai many vitamins n a pound of The liquor question must be early in 184 1.

look nt i' But let's turn this thing the "Fifth column" and Pathfinder dried fruits or vegetables Some- given serious consideration In the Dld10111111CJW-;

over m?i tick at the other ilde magazine gives the origin and where around 30 yean ago, while past the public his regarded Sholem Asch has presented the-

At't'Ohl1", hI Senator Lee of OkU- mounting of the expression It Is I was editing a weekly new spinier! drunkenness with a great deal manuscript, witH revisions of his

home ':' rlV mouthful oC bread Used to Indicate the isms and 30 days' walk from here if you lof good natured toleration Motion latest novel "The Nazarene," to

the rnn-'im..rt of this country outwas teaching that are contrary to the could do M mites B day. I rm"\t,.< I picture producers frequently the Sterling Memorial Library at

iniol by a farmer who lost accepted form of gorerammt It front some western concern i I'' I, kag portray a person under Yale, where It will become a partof

money ,,n 't, During the 10 yean' had II* Drift* during tM recent .of alfalfa breakfast for' the Influence of liquor n Tales special collection of

acne 1930, i irmeri have failed by Spanish revolution when one, of thing did not go Over "i humorous mdivtdaall Manuscript of American Novels

$::10.000.11.) .000 to obtain parity of the rebel commanders declared down well, with me. Ell,. I It Is probably because of thin

Income 'A i'n' other classes, In other' they had four columns of mea advancing par the Para grass: oh v, toleration' that courts are unable tie need for the police to eontinue-

"words the farmer of America] and "a fifth column of out of it, eh?, Oat straw '''' tu solve a problem which is doIng their practice of simply \locking Intoxicated -
have nib'
the nattrn to the time of 13,000 the enemy line" Secretary Ickes Departn ..f of thousands of children'I Even a period of Incarceration i*

000,000 a year for tM l.t 10 the Interior, wrote in tl". s throughout the United States :a so-called liquor or alcoholic Burr

This .2U,000.000 I It merely On July a great new Pennsylvania day Evening Post of a for ,I. How anyone can gain pleasure,sanitarium I* net permanently effective

I ynt-n' tn tile farmers' -' fe3l'&i highway wig be officially net officer: ""t Is one of from the drunken ,inttr of a father I If the easto oil treatmen '.

Dory '',' Ouffon i to the opened. It b a four-latw ttonatopxoa4 i cftarttnnf mm I have .v. r met mother when children... starv were substituted for teed Stttwed J

en '' '" nation.-'Ruxeae running from Pittsburgh to but be is a aealoC By the latter jar, In th*.jstretihed home to beyond I toleration drbakenaes mm*an "a

In The i-rotrewlv Farmer the. .state capital-Harrtsburg. Ill I I (Ceabnued on Page Fives comprehension. There la lit- ;doubtedly undergo a rapid decline ,




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( June-14 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE;: Pat Five,




-. f Billboards. Mar Florida From State Line to Key West II I




trade I
The tourist which In 1939 be to study conditions, determine have done to secure i" ,I ,'

,alone brought $291000000 into Ute best law for Florida, and organize trol, and wi.a> Flvi Ida ,t t
Jlorlda, ranks first among the Auto Quiz No 3fnnlMS I and educate the state The so will.
:i ilate Industries I citizens of Florida will not supportany
leading both ag "The Ute Junior ?, n u, I of
!riculture and manufacturing, yet bill until they realize present commerce and the State A. ,'utiuiAwociation

there never has been a state move- conditions In their own state and | have pawed strong

agent to protect the natural beauties t ,know what solutions have proved resolutions In favor Of i-oktuetlon

of the highways over which "The7l tO possible in other states Fifteen of highway advertising, Tike great
:4 lieu, stoles now have such a state committee -
thousands of visitors travel year- eat service that these srouvn crt
+ fir, it Is pointed out by Elizabeth you i but in Florida com wellmeaning possibly offer for roadside control

[j. Lawtoit,'.chairman of the National correct. wYr chairman in some women ,in Florid is to open their uiogram

.' Roadside Council of the 'I federation utterly Ignorantof to a full discuwlon of the PI,iblrm
American Nature Association, the scope of the problem, pre '
.
"A .
highway" protedl\t' es bill,
writing la, Nature Magazine for I pares a billboard bill. Some legislator -
such a* was introduced n t IKI" ,id<
Jlq presents anothrr No one or-
: last year. while a do nuii'e t> PI
ganirei the tale to back either bill
,
; "Highway are the real show- and failure li inevitable of legislation, Could not v'';tMy
i window of the state and It I* the be passed in any state ti i e,j there
views from the highway, that F6remosl among the groups that has been so little ejuc.t,,>!n and
must support) roadside control, if it
largely determine the travelers' orcamaaUon for rojdbidj ooi'trolSuth .
: Impression and memories of Florida Is to be achieved, are those whoseprofits a bill If introduced again,

1 :w ," the chairman write depend upon an increase Of should be accompanied bye -ernhJenurly

'l"lt yo\l\ would know what the travel Contradictory as It seems, separate bill (lot. ilni|>l.
these very group art today re*
license and !.
t' slate'" look permit itgt itioni,
Highway like to the
Kponclbte for much of the abuse
which ,
would have
coin t.wce to
s newcomer take a trip from of Florida roadside Hotels
''iVetllll. resorts -
be enacted The two bill ,ne not
line
IT IT
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(1 on down highway' associations and
2 to Miami. A slender gateway l. chambers of convicting for if a protect \ : ores
tease $, <** commerce are using law Is enacted; IH.VIHO tic HI nit
formal welcome
your but it Is
Innumerable and billboards
wholly Ineffective against a maw! 1. II you remember your high school physics you know that a regardless of signs their rt-, regulations will still be m.>c.dIt
Of billboards just beyond. A mile moving body tend to continue In uniform motion In a straight line, devastating Florida required u I'lcnw'

from the gateway you pick up the Some drivers forget this rule only to be reminded of it InUIt frMV feet on the, beauty of Florida'shighways. for each billboard comp, '\.' \, Ith

first of an unending procession of fully when they try to take I curve too fast There 1* aa art to annual license fee; II i pei..it for

; signs, billboards, and roadside negotiating a curve safely without losing btobJ: time, an art I "In few states is the billboard each Sign, no mutter i It"1, ill,
commerce that are to which'requlre applying the brakes (a) reach the Industry a* firmly entrenched as with annual permit foe ot (t (a*

,, ; all the way to Jacksonville accompanyyou curve (b) ai you enter the curve (c) while you are in the curve. ] In Florida, An ardent advocateof In Massachusetts); the aft r"I'" it of

and: indeed, almost without Interruption 1. If you want to qualify M an expert you will always drive at a the, Ttyjan Horse method and the property owner's cons, I I before -
to Miami speed which will allow you to stop, under any condition (a), botlnc-N nw-wJthln tactics, the Industry such permit Is a'.hk'd. Ji'(1
I within BOO feet (b) within three car length (c) within the assured Ka,*lts workers In practically the display of a lag on c-i.,' sign

/j| "The nearer you approach Jack safe distance which you can aee. (d) within one car length i every civic group of prominence showing the permit ninnl I ml

Rlcnville, the thicker the conglom-I 3, Approximately three time I as many person are killed In automobile Most service club and date, these shu\>I,' u ui I tie-
J ,]|tratiom .On the last IT miles, signs accident as In airplane accident True (-). or raise Jon -j. I chambers of commerce are afraidto would do away: Kith ulli t 11-

average one every four second*, discuss the of roadside ,
subject: half Of the smaller -1:,'"- "it
1 !1i'i) between Jacksonville and SU Au- the trees, In all this distance to burn more hotels alwoyt more I control, because billboard mf'm-I along Florida highway ',

t J Justine one every three and one- you have averaged one algn every hotels-and an unending list ofgardenb /btn Object. The Industry I Is later 'But, it should bo tic's'i understood -

Jbalf seconds, and the south ap three seconds. i springs, alligator farms,I where Ignorance and apathy prevail that those ,vckc", tuns;
I ,
preach to St. Augustine Joe two "A constant succession of signs turpentine stllla, and reptile exhibits The same Influence extend would not check tile I h..., Ill-

\|vile carries 49 signs to the mile and billboards of every mine, de seeking your patronage al o Into the garden clubs and wo- beards of the orfiiiilzed UMii' ,:. udindustry

?he 'noisome pestilence' continues I ascription and color, flash past I "On U S, 17, between Sanford i mrn'i clubs, where, In torn cases, In fact Ciev \ u'd

oil of the way to Miami car with kaleidoscopic effect, and Unslmmee, 31 miles outside he wives of billboard men, or of tlrenglhen the position or I""t industry -

"t* the 300 miles outside of corm 'mingle with rondslde shop. of towns show 1,094 sign*, while large billboard users, hold key b> clearing awes I i mesa

,poivj.' limits of towns,' between stations and trailer Camps 16 milts on U S. 90, between positions and Influence club pollrtei of small competitors, and In qu,etInt -

rf facknonvlll and Miami, you will' the Florida sceneo Jacksonville and Baldwin, show The industry has many tht antl-btllbouici g:taon:

"pass more than 1,000 of the large' long continuous harangue u( 327, i friends In ctmrt For this reason, a Itl'Cn'e o' 'er-

, e < billboard and nearly 000-smaller'lour and unwelcome advice "Little can be accomplished toward Thus dues the billboard Indua- mit law should nut be cm?::c' un-

,lip, and these figure do not in- hotels, shoo polish, patent eliminating roadside Vtew I try close Die door to free speech less it t* pasbeil frankly i.' :i u.t

Y Elude the multitude of signs on ,"'what route to follow, obstructions,until the state group 'and to the, most potent factor IB step with the state Melt! c 4 I i-

I Wand about roadside stations and! city to visit, what paint to most concerned unite to farm a wakening Florida to aitlon: -a I teed to push ahead tui. 5... :'er

+ stands, nor the Innumerable arrows! what tar to buy, what KM central committee whose Job It will knowledge of what other stain. irrulatlotu _

1'1-

s '-- postulated: "'Taint 10: If you're thetic-rubber-as used of the ha net yet reached the "mutC tlasi nary members of the uni.a' .) ; )nmqtrit

CURRENT I ruts' moat everybody knows', it';ehl'uttiFte; and-wrwould not need By the way, the smartest dog that 11'7hI.. one: tV)"mu' (Cjllfornta -

J : bu.t who is going tojiay whb's'right*I.WttitUeiieveartlo' growth* trees ever lived wa a plain m IIgrel. ) university stales t ',t t"-elrnev
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, 'J COMMENT and who's wrong, will yer? Mtfbtw, for. It. So liners another fear t 100-inch tclesccj >; uile.l:

) .. ,,,.,-,,.,,.,_._, hi .opinion'a as good us yours, anyhow allayed As a result of war fright Paste the presence of a ale? I il K" a unknown -
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he's 'titled to it an' 'nuts' air I "(elf continuo to flow to our and that IU di ...II:e ':J-n,

, Jj (Continued From Pale Four) just 'n ther duined nuisance" One or>lhoaen

kfiJIegation we are led to believe 1 t estimates that during the past 4,00'> ttellufl were tent by the following mile,
j
tie "charming gentleman" allowed'
'I'llelle'delv.rI into history keep years of..the -werld' written bis countries, named In order of tHeir I I
)tie l bias to obscure his :
judgment, shattering one's ideal Take fur toi'y nearly seven billion men have the, sue of shipment: Canada, apeclous are tl.. -k. -1,
)jhtt he could see but one side of I innbiiice that stately and bUtuque **- born killed in battle-or three United rtrngdom, Swi* >n*SvVitsrr- er Hw war mongorb' T < '
I que.Uon-hlt side, that he was figure of, Napoleon, w,,,\,h,.,, dm;"- our piesent population.A land, Vni n ef South Aftlt-a. U yenta are we mu,t >e
eternally right, the other man positively f t .
hand thrust into till boMmir'now war to save the tit)', .i <
wrong It Is a fine quality '
to have a firm opinion but It Is atiaer they tell as this wasn't it pose? at Miami professor of dogologyh It you are fond of >p (ulatlnien democracy: new It Is jr
: I all, he was merely scratching himself l the distances
one to be able to allow the !uiued about 90 breeds and between the plan- own.
I to relieve the irritation of IIdl..ease.
other fellow the !
same privilege
.
akin .
With his-right or wrong Byte ,
/ way, Harold laid himself open I( I II
the old criticism of the pot "ToO crowded' i Is Hitlers eiu,e
j I for grabbing aft of '
Kettle black I home the < -4
jtb .. .. .. 'i,quired territory, moaning 1111 Ali

country needs more room. t>.iti
There js accumulating evidence finder
magaime shows the fallacy'
{(hat a flood once covered at least a
et such argument by publishing 1 1 t
'
title northern part of our hemi- "i
the
population per square mile II,
iphere, one such being the recent
i the principal nations of the Mroilawhich x
striding pf the remains of croco-
rank follows
as :
| tUei In the "peak" statft-Coloitado. I Belgium TOO am.a
They are thought to have Rwlsr Noma sssi
Netherlands .
680
:dieted at a period estimatM by I Great Britain 0 '4801,

Jleologlsti at fifty miltlm years Italy ._ q _.a. 3M l

.. Germany ____. .. __.340'':
France, less than --0- .. .._ 2001
.' If we go into this war, one of United States 43'I tyw >ri

Vie early moves will be to clone Russia, less than 20
4cwn all radio station, a a they 0 i I

,,,. ire Umber tell-tales can direct by which their flying.night '. Listen' to this, will you? A pe1tfoteurti ; -- WITH YOUR EXTRA TRAVEL SAYINGS
research scientist stateda ,_
;Well we south Floridians will not,
few days ago that from the cruet ,
M entirely cut oft a* we can
oil wells of the U. S. could be :
filly on i those excellent programs GOING BY BUS
produced 200 times as mucjt<<
ant out.by the half-dozen or entire
Cuban stations ,
"i .. .. .. Mora vacation pore fun for LESS. ?*.*. whet fOil tuna

j A headline In a newspaper says,'; I / by Florida Motor lino. Modem aw BUM*. ....r torn I

','fietUr ,be whole nut than half! Tropical -1 B'I1"1 I': plainly alr<6ndl on* I
right When Ike-that's old man I "' ,/, four favorite vacation fe orl* F r. mm UM than fourth
: 0.
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'tbollebelT-heard that he exit ':I NOW LOCA -' .-M'w coat of driving your ow autoaaobU

AT THE 'I' HOTEL REDLAND BUS STATION
lei GARLIC Help Fight :
EVANS J Jq PHONE 5* HOMI At.Al)
HOUSE l.
1 Harmful Colon Bacteria I .
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w-4 ..tt" r-ar elm my M 1 One Block South ol
mi M-.Hi. 4'vtrmdnffhM
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J C.rUc T........ CM*.!. f, Light I
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Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday _

I Mrs.- W. W. Bethea returned I Becker. Mrs. Doxsee and daughters arrived Saturday for a ,m?this
where will later visit relative In visit at the home of Mr. and'
Tallahassee
from
Monday
she attended the short course for i Arkansas during the summer. Tom Cohernour. '

and GroundHomestead 4-11 girls and leaders.Mr. Mrs. R. L. Nlell and granddaughter Wm. Angelint left 'I

I F and Mrs. J. L Strickland Virginia Clair, left last week Eeaufort, S. C.
left last week for a visit with for Cramerton, N. C. '
Mrs. Mable '
Walkup
friends and relatives In various left Th
places In Georgia..NNN..N.N.IXNNN.IX.I1IX. Mr. and Mis. Roy Niell and sons, day for Kentland, Ind.

...,,,".............IN Kenneth, Bobby and Dicky left I Little Charlie-
Saturday for East Bend, N. C. Barker Is __
0.11 FLORIDA CITYBy week at the home of his punk.
Mrs. C J Parman and daughter .| Mik bed of his father John B. Kin. \V. W. Severy Mrs. "w'uiie wiuiilns and Miss I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bark.

'. Misses Phyllis and Ardel and Scott. ..,.......".."..""' """'""."..."... ? ..".".X1/,1//.1//X Mable Evans of Hinton, W. Va., I Eighth street. .
Mr Parman's father Wm. Par- --
man who has been spending the I Mrs. J. E. Davis of Rcdland will The Rev. and Mrs. C. G. Nelson
inter here will leave Saturday leave next week for Nashville left Wednesday to attend the
for Toledo Ohio. They will be ac- Tenn., where she will visit friends i Methodist conference at Sanford,

cumpanled by Pierre McDnnlel II and relatives. Fla. A THIN film ofarmorrwerlie i if

Mrs. C. H. Steffjnl returned Mrs. R. J. Ward of Miami Beach i I M. E. Sever has purchased the _
Sunday from a visit with her son. underwent a tonsil operation in JesM Caves cottage in Homestead, TOE ME'S! ;
in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. I the Poat Graduate hospital" Thurs-j!1!and will make it his home as soon '
Robert Recly in Orlando. I day. Mrs. Ward Is the daughter of las some alteration are completed.Mr. .
Mr. end Mrs. O. W. Calkins of I
The Rev. J. J. Richards pastor of Redland. and Mrs. Tom Cohernour
the Homestead Methodist Church announce the birth on Wednesdayof
and B. M. Hlndman a lay dele Mrs. Cecil Walker and children a son and daughter ut
gate from the church left Wed are visiting Mra. Walker's parents, Kendall hospital. The twins have
Mr. and Mri. C. W. Little. Mrs. been named. Mr. and
nesday to attend the Florida con not as yet
ference of Methodist churches In Walker, her sister, Miss Leola Little Mrs. Cohernour also have two
Sanford. They will return Monday and Miss PrIscilla Fread will other sons, Jimmy and Billy Guy.
attend the '-II camp to be held at
Miami Beach next week.C. Miss Charlotte Geronlmo left
Mrs. Frank Skill and daughter Sunday to spend the summer visit-
Miss Elizabeth returned Wednesday T. Anderson and son. Curtis, Ing her aunt Mrs. M. C. Carlin of DAVIS Of BALTIMORE }
from Washington D. C, where returned Tuesday from O'Connell, Flushing, Long Island.
Mrs Skill had been visiting rela Ga. 1>r FLOOR ANDweatherproof DECK ENAMEL h j
"" Charles Becker will re-
tives. Miss Skill had been attending Mr. tUfdM-J.;: : E. Amon and Mrs.
the University of Mary chlldreb' ,{ Margaret and Franklin turn after to her a home two-week here on visit Thursday with- a waterproof a scuffproct s ji

land .it College Park Md. and IU A. Amen who have been her daughter, Mist Isabel, in
Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Lehman spending,' the winter In Redland Miami. Did you know how little It1 i
and Mrs: Helen Hackler returned returned to their home In Shady I costs for DAVIS FLOOR and I
Grove, Fla.Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. cTyde Nlcll left Z A N -LAC r rSUPER.
Sunday from a month's stay in DECK ENAMEL-a paint to
Chicago. Mrs. Hackler visited in I Maud Chandler left Saturday on through Sunday southern for a states.business trip SPAR tough that it defies sun, ice, #.
Indianapolis. for a visit in Memphis, Tenn VARNISH rain, snow and grinding foottepi. -
M-Frnk: Carcgnanl The ftnttt varnish .lose, For
I I Mr. and ai little as $2.00
Mri. J. R. Brooks and '
son, Neal e-1 bur-2 cats
I ove a '
Mrs. T. E. Parks and sons, for North Carolina. .
left Sunday
spent last week with Mrs. W. fuller elm then a e .r you can buy enough to paint
''Thomas and William will leave:) .. aneer Ipor W"646 A
,. .... a 225-square foot porch. la
Sanders Graining San Marino INMeI"?
on Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Phillips and
their home in Cleveland today! I.h 'h.. .190.
I I I 10 stylish colors-
Island Miami Beach. three children, left last week for -pIoto -
after visiting Mrs. Parks' mother
.
I come in for tree
Mrs. E J. Norman Jr., Mrs I I Mrs. F. B. Danzey in Homesteadfor Clinton, Miss. color cud. .
Frank B. Rue, Mrs. Wm. J. Geronlmo a week. They were accompanied Mrs. Geo. Brooks of Jackson
and Miss Ruth Fox attendedthe by Miss Velma McKee and
ville and two children are guests I
Past President's Parley lunch Shirley Danzey. On Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
eon for American Legion Auxiliary(I Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Danzey, Mr. Brooks on Eighth street. Brooker Lumber
presidents at the home of Mrs. and Mrs. Jack Dolor, Mrs. Mabel Co. E, '
Marie Parkinson In Coral Gables, Sklner and Mrs. Parks and her Mrs. Alma Doxsee left Mondayfor f .
.
Wednesday. sons went deep sea fishing and Stark, Fla. Shirley and Joanne /HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA PHONE n
: William caught a fifty-pound sail Doxsee will Join their mother on I h
Miss Bertha Anderson of O'Con- fish. 'Friday after a four-day visit at _
nell Ga., is visiting her cousin the home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny sale -6466= lie. .
Miss Ethel Anderson, in Naranja. Mrs. C. F. Compton returned to
her home In Homestead yesterday b
Miss Marguerite Crow who It after a week's visit with friends
In nurse training at Jackson Me- In Miami.
morial hospital is spending her
vocation with Dr. and Mrs J. A. Miss Gloria Hughes of Lake
Smith. Worth I It visiting her cousin. Miss

Miss Jewel Turner and Miss Catherine Orfanedes. I

Helen Bixler left Tuesday for a .
-
Joe Reynolds son ef Mr. and
trip through the western states :
to Mrs. Paul Reynolds is visiting his : : i !
sightseeing trip to California.
grandmother, Urs.! E. P. .Richter ".. .. 'f/
Wm. Hathaway, Roy Campbell, Ia CiSfcE-! '1011'Mr."illl'.Mra. ',
_
David Roberts :.: J
and Louie Biondo :
left last week for Fort Screven, : Wm. a Hearneof ,
Ca., where they will attend I C. their sons William NOTICE
U. T. C. esmp. Tal4nd: | spent Saturday and .
Heorne's brother
Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott and -Iaw, Mr. and ;
children Dors. Dick and Bill, &n Archer "' fore I
left Saturday for Charlote, N. C.. Key West'foul visit with Mr. I
where they will Join Mr. Scott, Mrs. George F, Archer MI'I'I All make '" I
wishing to
r who left last week te be at the of Mrs. Hearne and Mr. persons .'

..........................................10........................... application to the City Council :..


Spinal Adjustment for the position of Tax As- :


sessor, which is now vacant due

(Chiropractic)
to the resignation of Mr. C. A. u

Corrects the Cause of Disease

Campbell, are hereby requestedto
HEAinrouow THE real' cause most DiseasesoMMKTicMtm

.U"00 SAMLanwes in the spinal column. If a file their applications to the ;

w susoee nerve leading from the spinal col-
...-::- umn becomes impinged betweenthe City Council not later than 8:00P. :

= the vertebrae and the organ : ..
M. Monday June 17 1940. .
? served by that nerve becomes affected ,

,::, and you have stomach i I
t= trouble trouble heart 3
kidney ,
== trouble, etc., according to the i it Signed. : R. E. EDWARDS, -

= particular nerve impinged. i Clerk.P. .
t 1 .;,.. City .
=: It you have any trouble from : ,

"** which you don't seem to be able ,, t..y'." \. (:':f"f .. roo ...

to get relief try chiropractic. Call for thorough ...,. ,

examination and consultation. ;

Hearst t-lt; 1-S; l-l : ; : '
Snday by Atpotatmcat : : : : !
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Home Bldy. Homestead, Fla. i .4'
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Friday, June 14, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Seven'FLORIDA'S '
a


STATE \ I An Open Hearth is Easy to Make 11- 1 j


TO AID IN U.


DEFENSE P L A A 0:1 f !


floor
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Tallahassee, June 13.-In ,.

with the President's appeal ., ,IININO I

t r w i n e d mechanical

Harold C. Wall. chairman of -,
x I Florida apprentice council, t :

d nounced that ten joint '
'
( arr I ship committees Had been 1ft

IIlied In Florida up to this ., I
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.. n tr and several more are in the 1:1i :

Y of being organized.This i
4 I
program is designed to

mechanics, carpenters, I 11
electricians machinist and 4If

craft workers all of whom r

available as trained workers In A M1 I ...1

{ I defense program of the nation.Mr FRONT VIEW FOUNDATION TO A .,
j
Wall pointed out that j etto MOST '.iJ5CJJON. \ \

state apprentice program tied - I (
FAIREST, with the national defense plan """ ---- --- ',If I
U Perkins,
offers a.can of grapefruit "* I cause 90 per cent of the 2.6_, ,A-A, 1
juice to "Red" the parrot tat received by the apprentice Is ) .,

the Florida State Exhibit r i the job performing actual : r '.4.. .\, ."> ,..t'I.
\
at New York' World the craft he has chosen. ')1 ,
Fair. Chosen "Miss Florida I ;
For 1940"! Miss Perkins ii I Joint committees are XI Kllttt aW.* .... Mn ... .
another reason why Miami \, under this program between ,"'IN..11'__.!Ubsr.B4 MPMMiM ..
is so popular in the winter a !ployer and employees to no_.'D...1.. .....1_.. (t
time.. the program in local '.....- lk*.!turn r'M(M iWifl I
(and at the present time some > 1Il. **f w ll-M.! ta.hMlHgkutf
boys and young men are IRON 'a.d ,:: Mr, 1* hussy '*. a

I trained to take their place J In I BARS 9 YMawwa.nabout a'Y..tb .; L
(. e.\ly w.n1 r..a.11..9 s, tat
..I'4pIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIUIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU dustry as qunlified craftsmen .. "
'-MMi.ry la id twM .( .100 ..iMtrr t
their particular line. but A...I< gaited below tout Iras 'I.If'
6 4 AH of the larger cities in 1 "'010
F # state now have 0'
one or more I
t prenticeship committees Top VIEW "
various trades, and it Is

,Tampa Company Gets that other trades In those zHE

munities will soon establish I above di'elgn appears Id (1 tIMt bf DeelIm was ftnt.r..t
Achievment Trophy mittees for the training of June House lIeauUrul. 1ft those lubJ ts. Flr.t psist )t
I prentices In their particular! with outdoor fireplaces h'j'f was N. Grunrnr.lder of
20 Years AgoIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I' Tampa, June 13 (FNSThe The Florida apprenticeship I rum pus rooms" Dame ilniversitj1 second

Tamp Electric Company has been cil will issue a certificate of : I, Beautiful competition l: U : went to Charles We Sande
;. awarded the George A. Hughes pletion to every apprentice i architects of the Beaux of Illinois.

trophy for general achlevment completes his apprenticeship

" ._ .... .. during the past year it was announced der the standards of the joint I! MARKET HAS BIG DAY chinch bugs Is a three per cent I
n following ll are n .nWHO
\ ..MteU by officials this week. prenticethlp This nicotine sulphate-lime dust when
true tlln .f the H committees biggest day in the history
b ....,..... .....U.hN M... 1s. lilt. I The award Is presented through gram Insures Industry a Plant City's huge farmers' apphctt at the rate of 300 pound I
, y u !.. Bwlk Pl.rtJ.. B.nn *mtriW the Edison General Electric
Ort. IT, till wllk she BMW I Ap- supply of trained craftsmen occurred last Monday when per acre. This material can be 9
t ...d LeN' pliance Company Inc., and IK will ultimately result in a total of 14,391 packages were taught already prepared or can e
I
Jane 17, 19ZO given for the superior quality of to the general public by Tomatoes headed the list be made by mixing at the rate of t
. plans and methods of salesmanship a more stable economic 34 pounds of 40 per cent nicotine e
.="Mrs Lou B. Anderson, a plo- black eyed peas in second
'It:' ,..+ '"Tees resident of Goulds passed and for tales increases. Between employer and labor >| sulphate to SO pounds of hydrated
With the award $300 which 1
goes lime. A second application ahotiM
last Tuesday at the homeof
away will go into the benefit fund for be made a week after the list 'j i
her daughter, Mrs. V. M. Gren-
nell of Homestead ." company employees Recommend Dust to Control A third way of combating chinch r

"Russell Moser and wife, left ................,........I.'.'.............I.'.....-' bugs In St. Augustine grass is to 'tl
by train Thursday for Louisville, Redland Girl Scouts Chinch Bugs in Augustine Grass spray the lawn with a solution consisting -

JCys where they expect to stay." By KATHLEEN CAMPBELL of two pints Of nicotine sulphate A

-"A permit has been applied .......- Gainesville, June 13.- 100 gallons of water and ,M/
feet of lawn. It's
a good
for T L. Webster be for five or six pounds of fish oil or \I .,
by to erect the Toop 38 opened a house partyat may a pleasure man, to sprinkle the dusted area
Citizen's Bank 58x85 fi trouble for chinch laundry toap Repeat this application ',.
building, the childhood home of Mrs. CEo bugs ", but not enough to wash the
20 feet in front the little black insects that after a week.
feet high on Elchenberger in Naranja, on have into the ground. The material
corner of Miller street and Krome Wednesday morning. making many St. Augustine only kills.the chinch bugs (but Control is more effective and 'I

venue." Miss Small It full time chaperon lawns unsightly during the immediately), but it is also quicker when measures are taken 40
"Mrs. D. P. Harkness returned assisted by Mn. Harvey Cowman, few weeks.In good fertilizer.U before Infestation becomes wide- w

on Thursday from Davenport, Mrs. Tom Torbert, Mrs. Herman fact, says J. R. Watson, applleor&t early stages of the spread In the lawn, Mr. Watson a

Fla., where she has been visiting Heinlein, Mrs. Albert Campbell. Experiment Station rDarser tobacco dust point out x

friends. Mrs. L. O. Rogers and Mrs. M. J. finely ground tobacco dust lowif g,JiKotine content may "

"Chas. M. richer and family Bonds. The house party opened bly Is the most satisfactory sa 4 iifoctory control. If the The child took a long look at t

left on Tuesday for Nashville, with a course In first aid, taughtby yet found for these insects. ;+ ''l..;:mixed with an equal the old man, and asked: "Were

Term., by auto. Mr. Fisher will. Miss Small and Mrs. Campbell liome-owners whose lawns of',h*drated lime, the con you in the ark, Grandpa, when the
take a course in superintendencework Classes will be held each morn been marked by patches of Action will be quicker. flood came?"

at Peabody Institute." ing. After rest period each afternoon and brown grass-the results An Infested lawn should not be "No certainly not, my child"

"Henry and Ed Brooker were the girls will enjoy swimmingat chinch bug attacks-Mr. too closely and it should be replied the aged man.
in Miami on Tuesday in Henry's the Homestead pool. The week'i rives the following well watered. "Then why weren't you drowned -

car, wearing a new coat of paint. entertainment Includes swimming, tions: Another good control agent fo rEDWARD ?" asked the child.-Ex.
This means the car, of course." I a theatre party, and a covered When parts of the lawn turn
-,"J. D. Redd and W. J.Tweedell' dish and Brunswick stew dinner low, spread finely ground ....r '

visited Miami on business Tues for parents and friends of the Girl dust containing! at least one per
day." I Scouts. nicotine on the grass. Spread

"John E. Dorsey has established thick enough to be readily STILING
I
a freight and express line, running evening and were given a receptionby or about 10 pounds to every ,

between Homestead. ." Florida I friends They were married In ...,.....,.,....,..........,...,.
City and Miami ." REALTORReal
Moberly, Mo."Quite .
-"Word has been received here
i
a few of our town people
of the death of Mrs. J. M. Clark,
went to Homestead last Thursday -
mother of Mrs. Thos. Brewer, at EXPERT Estate General Insurance
night to the C. M. Fisher cele-
her home in Atlantic City N. J."
bration given by the home town"Princeton. C
Fred Redd and wardrobeleft ( .) NOTARY PUBUC

on Tuesday for Aiken the, S. C.. BARBERING Cor. Palm Ave. and Ave. B lorida City Fla.
where they will spend sum
511-J AND Sll-M
rilONES
"
mer. Turner's Home Funeral
-"Given Victor, formerly a
Homestead I HAIRCUT .. 40c
faithful member of the tl-HIt AMBULANCE: SERVICE ? A
bachelor organization, has deserted
the privileges of a single blessedness Lady Attendant SHAMPOO.... 40c r/1

and got hitched. He and his Phone 5J4-R Homestead, Fla. i THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS

bride returned here on Thursday MASSAGE _. 40c till torn to yew tane asps day through

'THI CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

G. 0.. Brewster. M. D. BUSH'SBARBER 'Ae Iaareaelesal PM" 11_',..
e. J. BROWN CO. a a..qs ale .ewlee -
( =r.. = ':' : TaaY.1qya1. L l
Eye Ear, Ness and Threat tI'.rif: __ev, wm BOWM ow bum a" affid au t1J
1Jr I W wow" ""a" ...-
Treatment Refrigeration Service

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II AND MKS. HOWELL S. KOPP AT HOME MISS JESSIE ANDERSON! : I WEST-MURRAH NUPTIALS TO BE SOLMNIZED I
WEDS: WALTER COCHRAN '
HERE AFTER CEREMONY IN PENSACOLAMr. Miss Jessie Anderaon. daughter AT HOME WEDDING SUNDAY AFTERNOON

Mr. and Mrt. HoweU Stewart i Eula Hopf, Mist Mary Hammondand of Mn. Atka Anderson of Red- -
Kopp whose wedding took place in Mist Edith McNeal of Mont- land, and Walter J Cochran Jr,I Miss Helen Ga, but hat lived In Home-
penMcol June 5, art .t home I* i Igomery, at brldesmnUs. of Coconut Orove were married I Mr. and Mrs. S. t ti .. f.r the past eight yean. She
the tin Court apartment on S. "Mtld-of-hotlor and bridesmaids I Friday in the Dade County court I married to graduate of Homestead High
W. First. street, following their arrival 'were dressed alike In pmU.1-shaded hou here Friday. Mr. Kopp. who 'gowns, following the lines of that Lois Carpenter, Miss Mil- I o'clock at the : ", Georgia College In Com
la the lOll of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. worn b' the bride."The dred Lewis and Win Anderson, on Roberts road. Ga., and Walsh School of
J. Kopp ef Redland and a clerk bride brother of the bride witnessed the I Johnstone, pastor .... Science In Miami. For
was a lovely picture
In the rim National Bank ofhomettetd hi ceremimy. list' Church of past two yean, the hat been
white
martnlsette over satin
went to Pensacola. trimmed In whirls of dainty val- The bride was born 'In Redland perform the 'in MlamL
of .
horn of the bride., June 2 lot the enclennes lace, the bodice shirred and she attended Redland High I once Mn. Vera relative Murrah U the son of Mr. and
ceremony. school She iilso attended the Content A. L. Murrah of Miami. Al-
waist and the skirt '
above, t grldled the bride,.will .
Mr Kopp'i fattier ind hit brtiher sweeping Into graceful lengths, of Mary Immaculate In KeyMr. torn M Augusta, Cs, he
companied by
William, who WM beat man with long train. The wedding veil West.' (Miss frtck will bend in Miami tine childhood.
Were among these whe wltnetsrt of old lace, worn by the groom'smaternal Cochran Is the IOn ot Mr. *traum" during : a graduate of Edison High I
the ceremony, grandmother on her wedding and Mrs W. J. Cochran of SaunAwsvllle Mist Martha ( tine It Bow connected with

The wedding to described hiPenttcola al day was arranged In Juliet On Several years; ago onj bride will be produce business,
he made Ms home In Redland
newspaper in part 11.' cap effect with tiny orange blossoms I Jack Chandler
follows: across the front the full farmed there will be best man. [ FIREPLACES .
The couple will live In Coconut BsT TltSMt: OF MEETING
attached to
length veil In a setting of white and l The bride will
hove where Mr. Cochran Is connected -
n'l the tap at the buck. She carried N. VTakefSeld's class In
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the marriage of Mill Emma with the Royal Palm Ice Huge by her .
whit roc** showered with lilies- beautification plant to make
Holland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. a white street
Henamin Virginfus Holland, to Mr.:I I of-the-valtay, and centered withorchids. Company. with a full skirt U Miami today to Inspect

Howell Stewart Kopp of H. P. W. O LUNCHED waist and buttons examples of beautiful gardens
lead Fl Solemnized "the mttd-of-honor 'Miss Price front. -Her outdoor living rocms.
wu Home-I' TO BE AT B*MBOO TAVERN -
day afternoon at 13ft was m aqua m rHOtt' : Miss The Homestead Business and other accessories fireplaces and outdoor ,
the First Methodist eh Hopi wOre hydrangea1' pink, Miss Professional Women's Club Win Her corsage will 'nIltlW'It'n." rooms will be the theme of
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Rev, W. Fletcher Calhoun Hammond was In durftdU yellow hold, a luncheon meeting at the valley and ., evening's meeting In the .
ing. Otfl\t.t-I.1 and Mist McNeal hi cornflower Benison!" Tavern at 1} o'clock Monday Miss Martha rooms of the high
"Empire baskets blue They wore perky doll hat of | aqua spectator l. Anyone interested it In-
gladiolus and delicate fern with I marquisette, trimmed In little I' Mrs. Don Ferreyra Is luncheon matching turban to attend.
foliage plant a* a background and bunches of field flowers and car I'i chairman of the club.ww..w.w.w.w..www.wnww"wwww.wwwww.wow. accessories.A .
groupings of tall tapers accented I ried mixed bouquets in cascade ,I three-tlerd V. CIRCUS HA\:
Jhe bridal note, carried out with I effect tied with pink satin ribbon The CalendarM.MNNnwwMw..wwwwwNwr.Mwwwwww miniature bride ON AFRICA

many white flower and tapers. I ''a be cut by the program en Africa was given
..M..., Maurice Davis *( the or j "In the exchange of vows the June IS-Fond sale of Woman't with punch.' mbtrs of Circle four of the
Man and Mrt. J. Wallace Lamar, double ring ceremny was used, Club of HomCO ad. I I' M.... Leon '. Missionary Union at a >'
violinist, with Mn. forfeit Hughes bride and groom kneeling on small i June 17-Luncheon meeting of meeting Menday after
Virginia i
tee vocalist, were Ilk charge of the!white satin pillows. I B P W Cat Bamboo Tavern at.12: i I<>t the guest Dorsey : in the Sunday school build 1
wedding music with Lohengrinfor "At the reception, which Immediately o'clock Home, sinter of et the First Baptist! Church of ,
entrance, MM. Hughes singing I followed, the bride's 1 June 17 -Social meeting of I I Cordon Ivey will i

"Drink To Me Only With Thine I mother received with the wedding Junior Womnn'i Club Miss Frick, Mlm It. t. Ec.rd.t.4.! ..., pre ,
lyet" and "I Love You Truly," asguests party wearing ait afternoon dressof June II-Dunce fur youngpeoplent Ion and Miss .the program "Never Give
Mcembled During the"ceres .chiffon in pastel tones with the district In Woman's Club aPrv'e plinch' Mrs. & ." Others taking part ,*
ny Mrt. Lamar played "0, Per white accessories and corsage of building at S p m. Mn. E. H. Julia. Polk Mrs. S. L. B
free Love and the Mendelssohn yellow gladiolus. June -Meeting of W. M. S. bride, will serve Mn. T. D. Picbe and Mrt.
earth'" was used M the recessional "The home was beautifully decorated Circle. .-Plcllard.
Immediately )
The bride had a* her attendant with white and green pre I June 20-Dunce for young people -
her return, Mia tilt* Price M dominating. An Ice court was of the district In Woman't.Club!; ception,"Mr"' and l""t4I the.meeting the mem-
Norfolk, meJd-oMimner. and Mis served the 200 guests whit eytlM.1 building, at I p. m leave on: a short "". tttte.the-ground-breaking
their ieturt'th"ey new church.
June tl-Mrttln* of Al Astra.
Chapter, (>. E. S 'f 878' N. W.; 47th" Five-win have charge of
UGION AtJXlUAlT OPtCT13t Homestead Friday evening in the j I June 24 -.Ml'I'tlIIIt, Jennie e The bTiar Is'a prsiaram. in August.
TO INSTALLED. TODAY j j'II" clubhftuM.
Lobdell Circle with hlrs'
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Lamar Kendrick will be I I IiMUUed Mn Burley Bendy and Mrs.Paul Avery, ;I, ( MIN
president of the AmertMA Leaner Will be In charge of f June 24-Meeting, of. Gleaners' ,1
Legion Auxiliary. 'aftftt >. the door and tickets. Mrs. Bruce Class of First Buptlsl Church. I
Boon 9.30 In Legion: Hall. This tnnls I chairman .f the decorating' I June 25: Reception for nevi|
kj Mrt. Kendrlck'i second year as'I committee and Mn. Robert Glenn member ut Woman's Club 'of '
president Mrs A. U Buztell ofl Jr., will have charge Of a contest. I HomeaUad THE DIXIE DRUGJACK
Miami, new department president, I| The dunce will be held at the June 2$-Movtml of Llly"BawB
will install the ofttren.In Homestead Country qua and reservations I >vk Review Club with Mhs$:felt- Tot *.l -II 1U'D JOBNSO
Jake Brook will be In- '' may be nia.l by>> calling nti..Holferty In Oou1 stalled vice-president; Mr. t. J.I,the country club. TleaVU will be I 'June 28 Meeting of DorcSj rhe.W awaV H WNo nrat *tX Fit. ,
Norman Jr. secretary; Mn. Ceo. sold at the door only but letters Class with Mrs T. E Kuby.
D. Ruehle, treasurer; Mn. H. H.I I'10 members of the various .i ganlutions July Meeting of W. M. U
twlng, chaplain; Mrs. Ceo. W. Tur- :, In the dlsUlttu being Circles. :
n.r. Jr. tergetnt-at-trmi; and tent urging them W attend I July 1-MccUng of W. M. U
Mn Jesse Cowman historian. ,i The social rnt'l'tln1f..l1Je club Circles. GraleatieR
Plant for the Installation were will be t dinner meoilnllield' at I July 3-COM ltd dish luncheon CAM NOME ,f

made at a meeting of the Auxiliary the residence of "' !'t. Seymour I meeting of Lemon Auxiliary .it TRIPLE COMPACT ;
Wednesday evening In the Legion Dane on Redlond road and Silver home of Mrs F. J Norman
Hall. i Palm drive. There will be no I July 3--Foui tli of July dance at )r An Mril sin t* the js*| Iff
girl tniliMK. !imsrl l.ppeanree.
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hostesses but member who will Homestead Country Club spunsored -
Pins were p..nteunior $2
j I :: C m V il. Z
memben at tile meeting for their attend are asked to notify Mrt.I by Junior Woman's Club ofI / Pty Powder, Tease ;P. .i0Wseed
help during the post year. I I James L. Bird by Saturday noon. I Homentcad. liiMiirk. tN w.Yl ttl.wSpECiAtAMMOME
Junior members who received Following the dinner, the members July 8Mn'tuiH of general W.
pins are: Helen Norman' Helen w :U dance and play garnet at the M. U. ADRIENNE
Bchroeder, Dorothy Kuhn Vats clubhouse. June 17-S!"-i'tun, ol home b .iu- BEAUTY HIT
and Anne lieaey'Aanabelle ted CJien present at the meeting tificalion chin H H. S. agriculture 011111"1 2 Lipstfch
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Teresa Redd, Margaret Berger and were: Mrt. Alma Doxaee Mrs. raonw 7o ar.dwael haurrwbt
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July :!II-VI'trtrt mt'eNnt of B. Mxkt h
Charlotte Geronimo.The RudolPh Mattson Mn. W. B Covet '. %Awekwew "is sir't' eIt"
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next meeting of the auk IN' Jr. Mn Ansel Barrow, Mrs. Her P. W C. in 1I..m..trad.Pellrl t6 .wwa t Al4a

stry will be a covered dish' lunch- bert Turner. Mn. L, T. Proctor, .
am at the home of Mrs- Norman Mrs F B. Green Mrs. Paul Loaner \ II MMaw Geraldine
an July I. Mrs. Augustus Wynn Mid Reltj and Mi- Ellen Huff Take Home Quart of

Those present at the meeting I .w..ww.ww.w........... .... ........................,.._w-
were Mrs. Wm J. Geronlmo, Mrs I twowww.w..w.w.w.ww..ww.ww.w. .
Our Own ICE CREAM
W. t. Rheney, Mn. J. W English, Ole
Mn. Frank B. Rue, !Mn Ruehle, f
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Mn. Trills Schroeder. Mn. Gorman Made in Our Store
Mrs. Norman, lira Kendrick?

and Miss Ruth fox. j Right Before Your Eyes!

JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLtm I

TO SPONSOR DANCE, iVLT I I IS
Flans for I fiance to be held 7Hl* TlMnnlque HcabrUss malted Wit F011.11.01MINSiAuct10 ;
July In celebration of In tpend-I I*arailabl ID yet In our shop. 3
Ton will b*delVjhlwt wilt, its tnuolk and!
ones Day were mad and commit-1 Lie nt a1w. bt yawsPbt.iei.o
teas appointed at called.Un"; t Blasting quality ... Pa lualri and Uauh, ts nn r .

at the Junior Woman'i Pub: ofDr. \ Trrtheheatwless Monogram Uoiner p..dprtwn ihwbi.. first i'jilt Klen2,

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: WOMAN'S CLUB TO ACT AS JOINT SPONSOR DR. J. E. JOHNSTONE SPEAKS f\ '

OF JUNIOR CLUB CABARET IN NOVEMBER AT SUPPER MEETING } t

II 1 I i Dr. 3 E. Johnstone discussed 1

Social Events The third annual cabaret-to be;, The proceeds of the cabaret will I the church building and the plains! \{ I
the church at a meeting of the II
( lot
liven Ia November
will be
II sponsored be used to remodel the clufttiouse '
of the First (
teaeher
officers and
jointly by the Senior (Ml 1'[Committees from the senior club I I
Junior Woman CRIBS .< Home- Ito work with Die Junior etal comjnftln Baptist Church of HomesteadMonday v
BAPTIST CO-ED CLASSES HONOR FATHERS Mead The senior *K b it a meeting wW be appointed at a callJed1 alight' in WM Sunday school ,
I buikkna, t tDi
Tasd> oft.eaoew Ma***I. meeting later bt the ye'rTli i
AT MUSICAL TEA SUNDAY AFTERNOON: measly voted-to Jaia the junior I >. JotnstoM stated that Use j
._. exeot*.e eonumttav *( both
u. .. due and that i
in t the eatwret were
tiM oo which monthly pledges |
he ***** and Jonas dub win
of win be ReM in the ttardee-Harrll erection of ffie building would
la observance approaching Msen Peeples Miss Elizabeth \ make plans for repairing the root the
Father'Day, fathers of the members Hared Mass Lucille West, Miss packing house. Mr. Lillian Con- and making other necessary Improvements be begun aoon *
of the senior and Junior Coed Frances Lott, Muses AMa and*Ellen nelly who directed the p,,,t two to the building A covered dish supper proceeded -

) classes of the First Baptist Van",. Miss Elizabeth Mctlwain I cabaret will be In charge of the A food sale will be held Satur- the meeting.Others .

L Lurch of Homestead were honored Miss Eleanor Sullivan Mill Lila third one day near the Dixie Drug Store who attended were: bits

with musical tea given at lion Swille,.. MIR Hazel Pennlng- Mr*. J. D. Perkins chairman, and Mr*. T. D. Fiche, Mr and Mrs
the home of Mrs J. Lee Smith Ism. Mill Ocelia Harper, Misses yean term payable $29 at the asked sit member to bring their E. H. Collier Mr. and Mrs. T. C.Shackteford .

Sunday afternoon Norm and Eloise Gossmon Miss beginning of the first semester, article at ,.30 so that the sale Mr and Mrs E: U t
Mrs. WaudeU Peeples, Miss Effie Maude Canady, Mill Effie Mae and $25 at the beginning of the may bt'1I11e.rl) hi the morning Lawrence, Mr and Mr*. W B. If
Mae Waters and Miss Frances Lott Waters,. Mill Louise Barnes. Mills second semester, Cave Mr. and Mrs. A E Campbell
The senior club voted to allow '.'
received guests; Mrs. A. E. Paul Marjorie Redd, Miss Fern Robertson 'We' are sponsoring a July 3 the junior club to use the buildingfor Mr. and Mr Dexter Horn.
sad Miss Louise Barnes poured Miss Helen West Miss Evylee dance for this scholarship! fund, and classes Mr and Mn W T. McConnell .
private dancing
I tee. Mn Smith Miss Ellen Vann, Dellmger, Miss Evelyn Goldlng, I have written a abort note to by Miss Maryan Chadwlck after given Mr and Mrs. J. R. Byrum, Mr. and aMrs. \
Misa Elizabeth Hall and Miss Ann Miss Mildred Sims, Miss Libby those who might be Interested in a A. D. Smith Mr. and Mr. "
committee of the Junior club investigates
Shackleford assisted In serving, Buck, Miss Primrose Pritchard, attending! and who have not left Frank Millwain Mrs. J. R. Dor- >/ :
the '
A color scheme of orange, green Misses Phyllis and Catherine Bell, on their vacations hoping we that thoroughly be arrangements spy, Mn S. L. Welt Mn, J. Tons
can mad with Miss
'. and white-the class colors-were Miss Elizabeth: Hall Miss Birdie night have a table or two ef Vnttersity Chadwlek Vann. Mn! W. D. Home, Mrs. S. "t
used In the decorations and re- Home, Miss Betty Ann Marshall, Club members. A King Miss Elisabeth Horn", "
fieshments Harvey Newton, Wm. McConnell "We hope that- this enthusiastic The Dad County Federation of Miss Ellen Vann, Misses Anna-

Miss Ellen Vann gave the welcome Stanton Beck, John and Tommy support of your worth-while project Woman Clubs will hold Its 1941 I belle and Teresa Redd Miss Julia
Moffett Everett Shuler Will Webb meeting in Homestead, It was announced Frances Sullivan. J. Q. Caldwell .
to fathers, to which T. D. will be the beginning of other ,
Plche responded Miss Virginia Walter Goldinft Bunks ByrumJimmy civic-minded organizations contributing by the president of the Wm. McConnell, Elwin Cooper. ',
Schnlern! Orval Irwin local elubv Mr*. H. K. foulk I Gordon Ivey, Banks Byrum. Askew
ponejr gave an accordion solo, to thin fund which may (
Leon Dame J. T. and Godwits A representation club members Smith, Harvey Newton, Ruth and
"Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life" Miss Barney in the futuie help local girls 'n
u Harold Is aaked to*Und the second I l Betty Byrum and Barbara Jeaa 1 '
Roland
Helen West gave two readings, Lumpkln, achieve their desire for a college f ,
annual dinner meettag of the Dade H
"Bill's In Trouble' and "Nothing Mead Edwin Lawrence Joe and education." Smith .| c
F : Jud Fiche Elbert West Allen County Community. Chest to beht'ld -
Suited Him Howard West play The Woman Club of Homestead I
ed 'Sylvia' and "Thank God for Pope, Eldred Gilmcr, Ralph Andrews recently gave (2 SO to the University at the Miami ,Woman Club' |I AD ASTRA ('\PTER PLANS .I

Dawn"' Miss Lucille West gave a I Harry Martin, Joe Byrum, Clubs scholarship fund ,building on July 24 I YEARS LAST MEETING
I The
reading, 'Fascinating Man" Miss Herbert Booth, Richard Caves, El- club will establish a re !| Plans for the last meeting of
placement fund box which
will be
:METHODISTOlG: PEOPLE
win Cooper Sheridan Miller
and
Helen West and her brother, Howard ( the year were discussed at a m..tIlnll -
I Forrest linE PARTYA passed' during the meeting and I
sang "The End of a Perfect Bell party for the young people of the money will be wed to replace } at Ad Astra Chapter 0 E. S..
Day The class sang, "Silver Friday night in the Odd Fellow
articles for the clubhouse
the Homestead Methodist Church necessary -
Haired Daddy" The Rev. J. GIVES TO SCHOLARSHIP I Hall The meeting on June i\ will l .
Johnstone gave the benediction 'I FUND OF tM\ERSITY: CLUB: and the Redlunil Community Mrs Pearl Hiimmett elected be the last held until the tint Friday "
was
E'I Church was given on the eveningof
Members of the classes : A pledge of fifty dollars for the June 6 In the Chamber of Commerce [auditor to fill the vacancy causedby In October.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Brown, I University Club scholarship fund bnilding the resignation of Mrs. Paul Those present wereIr: and

has been received by Mrs B. MHmdman I The Rev C G. Nelson had Carson who Is inIce Mr W. B. Caves. Mr and Mm.

I !GIRL SCOUTS LEAEiOt I I president, from the charge of the games Cake and I cream, cookies and mintswere Chas. G Turner Mrs. Frank
Junior Woman Club of Home t i SclnllderIrs.. R. W. Mullma.Mn "
BISCAYNE KEY TODAY I punch were served I nerved by the hostesses. Mrs
i J. W. English, Mn A, R.
stead. I T J. Faust and Mrs Foulk.
I Those who attended from both
Thirteen members of the Homestead I I I The letter cent by Mrs. James churches were' Mr und Mrs Curli I These who attended were: !\tn.N. Meybem, Mn Herbert Kali Mr*. ,
Girl
Mrs. Frank Scout troop, the captain Bird president of the Junior club i, I ton Singleton Mr. and Mrs Drive I a Bait, Mrs Joe Hill, Mn JoelJ Lloyd Deitz, Mrs. J. A Daugh- i
Skill
e and seven MM
troop counselors will leave today notifying the University Club of' : Williams. Mr. md Mrs Nelson, I Robinson, Mn Henry Johnson erty, Miss Estelle Turner and a

for the annual camping trip of the ,the gift reads as follows Mri Ivan Moscr, Mr<. Lloyd Deitz;, Mis O. W. Calkin, Mrs. Herman Alice Macomber. t .
scouts to Biscayne Key. I I l i "A request from the University'Club dMr.. Gotih Kuftldt Mime Helen I Helnlem, Mrs J A M.idera, Mri n
The for contribution to its scholarship Margaret and Mildred Field. Miss luella Kavney Mrs P J Franklin Mistress: "You know. I 'u'pert
it will leave
group the Skill
home at 939 this morning and I fund was received by our, Marjorie Mo ei. Misses Antoinette Mia B. E. Gutlin Mrs J D that my husband has a love affair, J
return next Friday. ;club and action was taken on June'Ind Helen M"vr. Robert Cml Perkins, Mn R. R. Kinard. Mrs with his stenographer"
3. ; Carlton Swixi Willnrd Norman W R. Anderson Mr HammOtt.I Maid "I don believe II Yuu're ..
While staying there they will I l The Junior Woman Club'ery William Muik' 'nd t'jrrc,ter I Min Pearl Whitukcr and the hostess only saying it to make me jc.,iloua." 1
make several collections of seashells 'generously pledged $10! for thl<, I Buford -Ex.
wW tawiU be sold Miss

Elizabeth Skill", daughter of Mrs i I ,- ,\ .4 ,
Skill andtt&ttrmer scout, will teach I '.;." .. ..t.. "
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a dan-In salt water life for the' I' I


salt and Judging map water making heights lit,%.finder's will and be studied badge distances by i I: : 'IElEFI/ EI AT/NJ' NEWEST AND ';


a group of the girls Handicraft, '
work will consist of making belts,I PRDI/E4E1I

,. and. bracelets of the tropical articles I I IlEA1 R / :

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'tis
First aid, star study' drama and i 7p
swimming I will be taught each d
Richard Canfield will conduct the;

swimming classes with the assistance ;'
of Mils I Geraldine Reitz I

One feature of the trip will bel!

a hike. to Cape Florida as well! FRIGIDAIRE

t n hikes to other places of interest,
on the island. I
Those who will attend are: Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Canfield and, _

daughter, Catherine Mrs. Frank UCo1dVall"NoJV

Hausman, Mn Skill Mss Alta
Webster, Miss Geraldine Hull.
Miss Skill. Vida Clark of Miami,
,, Betty Bailey, Vara and Anne at Netv Low Prices!

Kheney, Margaret and Betty Still-
nun, Ann' and Catherine Shackle-
ford, Mary Frances and Ruth Rut 4 I \ffftt Miss showing'th< feftfenror that will guy

land, Barbara Home, Betty GatBn Food a '.igr.lea ; modern for years ttf CWM. It's the Frigidaire "Cold-

Margaret Barnes and Patty WsH" hilt oo' .. entirely new principle of food
Robinson Mn Russell Home will /? r foods
yeter protection Bring life-pmernng cold to your
Join the group on Tuesday. .;;
food'e Freshness j in t new wy that keeps them from drying out. Sites

PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY vitamins, tare freshness, color Saves vital food juices

MEETS WITH MRS. PAYNE /) days longer Come in. New low prices are
Mn! Frank Hathaway conductedthe ss
food' BOW ill effect See tru* new miracle or foo>lkerpwigXM -
Bible study at a meeting of illoeltfa erg
tnt Woman Auxiliary of the Color sadi Flavor low >Prtgi dace"Grid-Wall"u our ::
as
Homestead Presbyterian Churchon Days Looker store tod.CC .,.
June S at the home of Mrs. A. "

A.After Payne the, business meeting Mrs| ;:;,And e to tea:: food eves, $17 475 Greatest Advance In Home 't

Payne served Russian tea and ,+ Refrigeration IB 25 Years ...

cookies I "

Others present were: Mn Carl!
Drawdy, Mrs. T. L. Hodges Mn'
i A. Ricks Mn R. E. t-J.leu.
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Grace
Mn Geo D. Ruehle, Mr*. v q
McLeUan Smith Mrs. R. C Jack-) C7

Son. Mn A. F Darling. Mn J
Holferty, Mn C. Ben M'I
Mrs. J. R. Hlckson Mn N. HOMESTEAD FURNITURE CO.

Celderen, Mrs. R. Y. Burr Mr
Cart r. Robuwon. Mr Ceo. U'
rMckMr>, CLrOol..jvMr.F, CRoblrucn .I TELEPHONE 41 ..HOtESTEAD.FIA...._.. A

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OLD GLORY'S BIRTHDAY Auto Quiz No. 3

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1. a. before you reach the curve
A car is steadier on a curve when; RATE First insertion 104 a line; subsequent insertion

the engine Is pulling A drivershould it a line

eater the curve slowly

enough to enable him to accelerate
FOR RENT Morris registered real estate
slightly when actually rounding '
broker, N. Krome ave, next to '
It. It you have to use
your
FOR RENT-Furnished apartmentby Baptist Church. JulStf) j
brakes on a.curve ;ou label yourself I
.x an Inexpert driver. year; all electric Eva Collins FOR SALE .1

2. c within the assured safe distance Modello. Federal Highway

which you can tee Road und Biscayne Drive FOR SALE at givt-awny price- :,

light, weather and traffic conditions FOR RENT-Urge. cool apart- 3 goats 1 bill H. Kufeldt, Red- ,

Em vary greatly. making SO milesan ment; private bath: furnished. land road 14 mile south of 11.lin- '

hour safe at times and 20 milesan Ask at Western Union. (m31tf lin dii\- (pjy5) .
rt5 hour dangerous at others No ;,

matter how straight the road, how FOR RENT-Furnished house, FOR \LE-Singer sewing ma-

good the car or how dry the pavement modern conveniences. within 1 chaine; good Condition; $1710 )I 4

if headlight. carry only 200 mile Homestead $U a month Singer Sewing Machine Shop I II

AN ffAVENJ feet you must drive In the dark ata Brooks, Inc. (m2.!!) I No. 8 McCrory Amide (PJ7-J1) '

AP'i': speed which will allow you to FOR SALE-Iron crib with unused '
,
in 200 FOR RENT-Apartments. Sum
within
stop, an emergency, mattress. 14 Mrs Anna K.
feet. Likewise, in daylight, mer rates BcnJV. Morris, ;
J you I Backer Old Dixie Highway and > .
registered real estate broker
must drive at a speed which will Newton Rd, Modello. J7) <
allow you to stop In time should

the car ahead stop suddenly, should RENT YOUR HOUSE-furmrtiea FOR SALE TropICal plants, citrus -

1 another car emerge suddenly from or unfurnished. I have year trees and tropical fruit in !

a fide road, or should a child dart 'round clients Benjamin W I season Jungle Grove, Redland ,

suddenly into the road ahead of road and Plummet drive 3
you LEGAL NOTICES

3. False. HI times as many persons NOTICE: OF APriUAIlUNOR MISCELLANEOUSROOM -
are killed in automobile accident ( TAX DUO
J
Chapter 17461Act.- nf IMI I ,
ai are killed in airplane rUe 1>1.. A SK71Nolle FOR THREE to Nashville:
accident tj hmetycLvfa that W Russell
Horns bolder tit-Bamt>->and County TasCanlflcata Tenn., next week Ref exch
sw.w.wr..., two- No. Klltl I b.wri the ath day olA Mrs J. C Davis,
.mint, A. D. Itltfliiajfflleil, moo In my I Homestead.PJlG
off Ira. and baa V-V
  • LEGAL NOTICES Ua Herd to ba laauej fl........ Said Cartlfkrata #
    _b..... the following dearrlWdpravarty '
    aftwosimmOtsooo It In the C........(Dada Suit aftorlda I WANTE0
    NOTICE or APPLICATIONdatd to-wit i .
    FOR T At] DEED Lou SI and If V) Und
    ,Romance has trailed Old Glory tlesnake symbol, with Its mottoDont I File .Ns.. 11168Natl. Dr. Co. lubdn, ejI'r\ : I
    ," .. Is hereby gin. that C. G. I.. ship It South. Ra_>lt Eait Plat TUTORING WANTED high
    slow' it became our national flag Tread on Me, also appeared ..In... hold" u _..... of Ctr cot Hialeah, Punk S. .... 10. la the Count of school and grade school subjects.
    on the drums of American laa ..'UII.... Numb.nd 10961 and I"'S'. 1>.... Slat of Florida. ,
    Ita I
    yean ago today Since its Uit Irt day of August, A, D. 1W1 The aiianmrnt of mid pmavrty under Mrs. H. J. Armstrong; A. B, ,
    idoptlon it hag symbolized the I marines at that time t i I I baa filed Hid wnlflfitej In my offica. mi the mid .."'I..te. was in the Roes aft Plummer drive and Country '
    baa midf application for Ul deed to issue Unknown.
    The Grand Union
    hopes aspirations and of flag was popu- th.ron in areonlanr*, with law Bald ear unless Mid e.rtlflc.t* ih.ll ba r*. I Club rold.'CLEAN .
    ,
    spirit .
    i lar with naval men and It was UII..... ....n.. the following deacrlbrdpropirty doomed cording to law the property d*> '
    nation devoted to the cause of lib. sometimes called the "first situated In Dade County. I1 lor. arrllwd therein will ba .old U the blabnt
    navy Ida. to-wlti hidde. at the Caurt h.... door an the first RAGS WANTED Will
    trty. ensign" There were scores of Lot Block 4, Beth Stnwt Monday In the month of July. I"10 which
    other colonial banners each of I I In the! of Hlaleih County ol 'a 10 the lit day ef July. 14", exchange subscription or advertising
    Prominent among early American fitat Florida, ai embraced In Dated this Both day of M.r I.4HC I for clean Leader-
    which found special favor In the tlflcata No. I'''B l. The aamiinent of B. LEATHHtMAN I I rajs
    flags, forerunners of the Stan I gold property under In. laid OnlflaaM Clerk of Circuit{ Court I Enterprise
    and colony where it originated Uaud III the nami of Un .
    Stripes, were pine trees, rattlesnakes Was I>ad County. Florida
    .
    and other designs The Even today there Is a certain knn.Loa"*. Bloc 4. Both Btmt........ Circuit Court ga.. c STERRETT, D c j I
    Grand Union flag, with a British mystery about Old Glory. Historians In tha City of Blessed, County of Dade, 1 (May SI. June ', 14 21 ID40I. I WANTED TO BUY
    Slaw of Florida, ai embraced In tirtifirit. -
    Jack appearing where forty-eight fail to agree as to who designed No. IOt B?. The a..e..m.nt.r I

    start are now shown In a blue field, it. although tradition pointsto paid raw property hawed ma under In the the name laid Lirtlfl of Unknown. jR>EAD Ii Cash on barrel-head for portable

    was the Immediate ancestor of our Betsy Rots, a Quaker City seamstress t i grove pump. Write Box 734,
    III.leu laid Crllfletlei lhall]) r.- n.deemed I
    national flag as the maker of the first' accimlln lo law tan deed will I.- .. Homestead (pjT-21) ,

    Pine tree flags were displayedby Stars and Stripes adopted by the sow thmoa on the Uth day of July A. D.I .kBIRD'S

    the cruisers of Washington Continental Congress on June 14, 10.06Dated this llth dar ot Jme A r> 1140R ,

    fleet which operated in New England 1777. I E. ...k LIATHKKMANf "f Clr 1 ..,ill C,, irt, I
    waters, and such flags bore With a deep appreciation of the Dade County. Florida i

    the words, 'An appeal to Heaven' benefits we enjoy as citizens, each Circuit Court KealBy N.. C KTFRRETT D < r.

    Rattlesnake designs were frequently of us should display the Star. (June 1..11. IK. July It, II 1040MT ) '

    used by the southern colonies Spangled Banner today, and by so I !FUR TAN 'ICATIO1* IndorsedUSED
    doing honor the birth of our flag HELD
    and a flag of this type was Ch.pk1716:- Art of all
    carried by the U S. marines and No flag In the world is more beautiful Fill A.WHO r
    I No flag spreads Its folds overa Notice to hereby .1.! .. that P,. Frederickr
    bJUejackets from the Continental I Butler holder of Ran and County Ta<
    navy, who made a landing In the I more highly favored' land than I Certificate No. Zk47 nailed lha tut day CARS
    of July A. D 1M4 hia filed wmi In my
    Bahamas in March, ITS. The rat- ours .. off!I.a. and haa mil* application for a
    .......
    lax dead to ba issued u. Said Onlfl'
    rata embrace the tollowinr described property Unr used ran always represent food value, but the
    In the County of Dad. 8Ul of
    ones listed below are mutually choice and we recommend -

    II Churches II F1"lot V"Blk. 1. A",d. Plat of Hlih any one of them for jour consideration.
    Pine, a ..-.ubd.., Plat Bonk 10 Paiain
    In .the County of Dadi. State of

    Tba Florida aaiMRitnt ol sold property under ...I1........0..0.......................
    f It the said, .certificate was I. the nana allUnknown

    Unless said rtlfl..ta ihallarcordlna loa redeemed
    BAPTIST Cllt'ItCIIBOMIIBTI4 t P"4110ns at 11 a. m. and 7:50 to law. the property deicr:bed OdlSIOBlLE
    N. Y P. a. and Junto" meeting I :i 7300 herein will be said to the hlnhert bidder 1936 ) 6 COUPE-excellent con
    -Or. 1. E Johnito pal.lor ... a\ the Court house door M the first Monday
    p. Prayar naMIni Wdna da> awnlnf In tha month of Ally. 1V40 which la
    In," at Bund.y 11 a. M.achool and 1:50p.at 1:46: m.B.Y.a. m:I preach P Uftayar TtlOp,t*. the lot d.. 0'lIy.. 1060. dition ; original paint. Priced low.

    at S so p. m. services Wednesday P\UNCITOf-Til. R... L. P. Cow .. Dated this Both day, of Mar 1540. ,:
    t; B LEATHERMAN.
    ,,10 _"'.. Sunday wheat
    at p. m.GOULDRThe at e:4aI preaching .
    Court,
    R... Noah Pearson 55.. at 10,46 .. ... and I too p. ... Juniormeeting Clerk Dade of County Circuit. Florida' r BUICK 2.D\Jn:'. TOURING
    ..... Sunday ..honl .1 10 .. m. 1 prearhire at S 10> young wool:. snorting Circuit Court Rea.1By 1933 SEU.\N-I
    at 11 a. m. and 7100 Po m.t B. r. ... U. .t at,04:80.: Pair meeting Wednwoiy at V. C. M HFFTT D. e.Mar .
    I:'0 Po... !'rarer service al tiW p. m.wadnaiday T, .. ( I". i H 11401) 'nil cared for; excellent .
    EPISCOPAL I
    .. _
    \rnoiio cheap.

    CBI RCH TWA SACRED' HKART-- ST JORN-f--S. Rcruse .....* and Be sore this lour eyes are ss
    .. K. Meon T. 4 0.r Pastor. Sunday n..a at I Ulickford. ..,. rector Holy aommunlon. .. tented at least once each 1 1918 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON )
    9 a. I'.k day ...., .t' dally :lo a : Sunday achool at I W| mops year
    turn, ...L.I Sudsy followlnc i clock Ins P..... at 11.FREE '
    .._ Communes for women the tint METHODIST DR. I'. P. A RCIIT'RAND looks liKe a new job; excellent condition. ,
    atra..ity of month: for men and boy the
    aeaond Sunday of month hour 'r
    Holy jr*
    FLORIDA CITY. .M... Edits! TsSlya. SON
    day before fIn Friday of month at lilt :
    tint Friday at 7,SO a. m. paitInf Sunday school. 10' a. m.; prmrb-' 19 ti FORD COUPE-looks and run Tike new.
    iissdlrtlo. of the Blessed Sacrammt fur li a. _.. and 1:loi. .._ Myer ..mt. Cf"i' iiltlns Optonttni >
    IU_ In*. t:10 p. .... Tuesday I" a e' ,lint. I
    I I:Kl p. n. Tb'r aMETHODIST. J : W llaglrr S... Miami, Fla
    CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CIICRCU'r.ORln4 '

    ; Cni'RCH ,.,. .... .... r aaM On n5II..a : MOTOR co.'
    CITY-Prcedwp and sixth PRESTON B. BRD:
    Xn. unday school al *41 .. m. for I BOMKSTKAD It -. J J. Hichampallor .. tared
    MnXIa ender SO. seen of a.al mornlnvintoa Sunday school at ",41 a. m; GE \ Hid f
    al 11 ......k. Wvtrnaiday ...nl.. pnxhlna t at 11 a. M I m.Juafc < kof;; ,e .," .
    K**|M* whkb. Inaluda tlaioaiali of hNJ.I. r Leaa-ue at 0,50" 'P.'j. L saw So th Kroncve.. Phone IS
    .. and experiences and remarks as Cbrfatiaa at S .S p. ....; P. nlor La.ua at 1:Sit p. a.
    ) ....._ S p. ai The pubes to *ortian > Prayer meeting al t.10 p. m. Wnl....... WH1 1.p 1 OPPOSITE TAO AGENCY
    Seiana S U. _
    lUa lna nan'i. church adlflra la tries I SILVER PALM-Tbl B*.. I IL WaUar opsom .
    4mry afwrnooa from Itat to ..."'.. Sunday wheat ."ry Sunday at : -
    4 tM. The public la aord,ally ln,IWd to the 111 a. au| preaching ion, .. f..1. third t!::e.:t ,t arc ;; .. .. .. .. ;;
    ., "
    aarrieoj ..d.1o Net the Passing room and fifth Sunday at 11 a. n .01' a p. n -' "
    PBINCrrON-Tk. IU*. J. F Walter no pro ANKEYJUHDtt

    OMISTtAD-rint cut'RCH OF annu CHRIST and N 'WPIftII athool Posters..praacklni 10.FLORIDA. at f a. ai. ....... The ease of electH'lt will k.II(DK. [to 8. AKER'DENTIST :J. t

    itrart. Bibl .1..... -I I It a. ..i aaniMtoa. CRT COMXtTVITT CHUe" .. rNar aI malt DaM ,si rei of'
    faUowiklp and praaeklns at -Taa .... C. O. )I.' -mtor, ..racbool rely light la avlrcd f
    It a .. it mot j-hii-a atlas a.Htdwaik .;, | etfJ.YMONKItY
    prior ;lilul rtody w ..... ; The cwt: of cntar. inmen, ..I
    amen OF con 'day at 754. within the r' act of sill vii r'din :Offlee Hovnrt I a. m. M I p. 0-. I
    80IlUTIU_. 't, Wrtnt amaal I ur>i. two cemsmmr Cit7RC.Th. .- Nowhere will l1l' dollar bL ore : ,,,,"'our:
    7' j
    w ..*. Oa, 0. Or 1. '. Suaday4Malt j' C.: C. ..-.. __. Ca.rebacbaal ; gunda/s 1.. It =
    Staa.am.1 ..11 .. av at ISt promising at 111 CpwwtnrusanzuAN actual ",Lie than In Kerpln. your 1It.1'HI UnIt
    it T:a p. aa.1 Jnalo ehWraaay Loses ..... Midweek pray.w ..ada" radio ,n repair-t.'.oi US low = Classed SatasaUy .I e,

    ana* 5 na p.M a I WadnaadOUPKCH fa pa .. re 'r'.yr leave. stay Tbwadaa M 1.... prompt service on all make I Free Parking Space I It7M sea ,........ Member
    cav&cn -eta Set' wanea
    Or TTE WAZAtgKl I. a DODD RADIO SALES fine owed S-00 adP.a.r
    BO"'T&4Dat X Mia UUTIOIMf N. W. UTB ST, MLMOraoNK on, Miami.
    """"'D-no ..*. Bobarl B.MM met. TV He.. 0... (L BUeka. paataratk K Know A.., ......... JoUst: : B aawe.aIss1A..
    aakoal a* I* .. nm.i warrior al II .
    js laaday school at t.a a. .., ..
    a. pa| y'.CI.Ws, i mapliaj at 1.M .. av (14 ; .. .
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    Page Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. June 14 1940,

    LHGW TAYLOR [.eing Kidded by iiis fellow pHuti !
    and the stupid Questions asked b>
    the students causes MorganValt. U
    STAR IN COMING Virginia Bruce pleads with II I
    him to Stay, but he refuses and I

    OLYMPIA FILM From accepts this a point pilot's on Job, the In action China is F R R .l !
    (act and :furious
    Also featured In "FlUhi A*. \
    "Wtrrloo Bridge," which opens ,els" are Jane Wymaa and Wayne ,
    -
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    at the Olympia Theatre i to ttiaml Morris. Miss Vfyman portrays a Have You Tried Me '; Coffee YetfEhler i
    next Thursday It a ilmplt.human, young stewardess who is much, ;
    story ojt :wo young people des, more interested hi catching Wayne GRADE AIL
    perately la love and caught the Morris than she is Jn the futureof Coffee ft. 25c
    merciless web of war when a Life.I federal Airlines. As for Morris s A G ".
    ,
    time often must be telescoped into he it seen as a fellow pilot of
    twenljp-Jour houri. Its stars art Morgan, whose principal la
    Vivian Leigh and Robert Taylor, a new stratosphere plane, which My.T.Finc Any BrandMILK Factory Packed '
    reunited for the first time since'the two of them have designed.
    they appeared together three years I Pudding & Dessert Sugar51bs.
    alllo in "A Yank at Oxford."
    Miss Leigh K the most-Ulked-I I. . . I
    of actress on the screen today as Pkg. . .. . ::5c 3 cans ....19c . ,25
    the result of her academy award)
    winning performance as Scarlet OLYMPIATHEATRE ERNST
    O'Hara In "Gone with the Wind" 1 :1 LO. PKG. ,
    People naturally asked, "After I Corn Flakes EACH SC
    Starlet] what" The answer is
    "Waterloo Bridge." No two role
    could be further apart than Sc r. 1 CAKE -
    left and Myra, the heroine of MIAMI BLTE-fLATE

    ly"Waterloo one thing Bridge.in common" They, hive magnificent on- ((2Sc till 1 40e p. EvenlnaiFriday m.: Sit till> I p.m; PRLMOUVE SORPju&tnvov&uy" Mayonnaise pt. Jar 25c

    acting opportunities The *'
    characterization of Myra brings and Saturday _
    Miss Leigh a new sweetness and June 14.15"Torrid CONCENTRATED PIlLiBlU'S .M$.I1IIIIUflollP
    charm and the
    chance to display
    ersonality.hidden facets of her fascinating Zone" SUPERSUDS Joe 5-LB. BAG 27c

    I As the hero, Roy Cronin, Taylor Ji+'
    has been given the most mature J James(Cagney
    and dynamically virile characteri Pat O'Brien .

    sation the from self-contained of the his young career officer man The In transition love Ito Ann Sheridan -J I Crisco or Spry, 3 lb. can 49c

    nt.rln'l I
    middle age give him 1 Sunday Bad ;Monday,
    than ever before. It is a role) Jane 16-17
    Ideally suited to Taylor and puts I Ked BlissPotatoes
    him back In uniform for the first "Flight Angels" :
    time since his college role in withVirginia I' R- CANNED FOODS
    "Journey' End" brought him to .

    Mayer the Mention talent scouts."I of JJelro-Coldwya-. Wayne Morris Bruce 5 Ibs. ...4;9c 1'...-................."oQNY......" ..IP..,..1199....r.,,,.laaAD/ATIO................CARNATION...................AAIJHROYAL .....
    ARMS No. I Cans

    light Angels," playing at the Dennis Morgan Hone Grown Sour Pitted Cherries, 2 cans 25cCarrots
    Olympia Theatre, Sunday and
    Monday, brings to the screen the Tuesday and Wednesday
    thrilling story of those Jerre 11.1. ABBEY

    tesses.heroines of the air-airline unsung boa. Way of All Flesh'with Bunch .... 5c TUNA-----FISH-. FLAKES, 2 cans 2&CALLGOOD

    Dennis Morgan playing! the .

    grounded role of a after federal years airline of pilot service Is Akim Tamiroff Fancy APRICOTS, No. 2/ cans, each. 15 C
    when the doctor tells him that hit Gladys George
    eyesight la failing. Ralph Bellamy, Sweet Potatoes CAMPBELL'S
    1\1 the flight superintendent, lifelong Thursday June it I
    friend of Morgan offers him TOMATO SOUP, :3 cans .. 2&C
    a job as teacher in the airline's Waterloo Bridge'with I 5 Ibs .23c
    School for plane hostesses. Pilot I COUNTT-KIST

    down Morgan, but promptly Virginia turns Bruce the, lovelystewardess offer Robert Taylor GoldenRipeBananas CORN or PEAS, 2 cans .... 19 C
    persuades him to accept Vhien
    Leigh
    > the position, Things go along J KRAFT'S
    smoothly; until the combination of, I. . . 27C
    3 Ibs .. 13c Chocolate Malted Milk, Mb can
    d

    v I SMARTY

    Red land BrandFertilizers I 11..'* Dog Food

    r Ii -fOU SAUCES AND GRAVIES USE CARNATION MIlK"
    m ...,:':,..nVVVVYVVVYVTTYYYTY"YYVVYYVVYnI
    l-LU. CAS

    Gem-Nut Oleo, lb. IDe 6 cans .. .25c\\


    DEXTER ._ \ \ I /) ,

    are manufactured in Homestead Bleed Bacon, Ib. 2rc' ."Jf '::

    FRANKLIN'S FRESH KILLED \\
    It
    by a locally owned t

    Mixtures are carriedon company. I Fryers & Roasters, lb. 3f! ?(C MONEY.SAV'?

    CUT FROM HEAVY WESTERN BEEF -
    BIRDS EYE VALUES

    hand for every Chuck Roast lb. 27c
    Green or W x Beans

    need. Stringlm,ready to cook.
    22c
    FRESH SHIPMENT 4 generous tcrriafS,

    Your patronage is Country Roll Butter 3.c Flounder Fillets]
    '7. B< ltt,wuufr**. 37cYEA
    OcMa-Imb.U>.serves 4.
    -
    always appreciated ROAST-. I Lima Beans '

    ....... 29c T..d.c..b'be..... ,,28c<
    Ready to cook. Servos 4.
    GIIOCGIA JRQ .
    Florida East Coast Fe' :.izerCo t tftIMP S rres 4 .
    .. Smoked Bacon lb. ,1p _' USSElSSPROUTS.28(|

    FRANK B.RUEMGr :AS a .27f|
    8'' OWERNMa .'2
    'REDLAND
    MFRS. BRAND FERTH l'7ER J.EA."IfUn

    HOMESTEAD FLA. l Spare Rib lb. 15c ,,swoara.e 29M--

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