The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00284
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: June 21, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00284
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Rickety Eyesores to Be Razed

In City-Wide Cleanup Drive Here

I Full' July 4th Program ':'TEN-DAY CAMPAIGN \WAITS

Planned for HomesteadTO :i ON ENFORCING ORDINANCE

MARK FIRST Census Definition of Farm Covers i I ORDERED BY CITY COUNCIL

Multitude of Enterprises in This'Area I -

THE WEATHER Abandoned H u I K <* of
CELEBRATIONHERE I Because: a fern, Oas.defined for Listed a* farms are groves,I
Autos Trasn anti V Oils
national efnsn put-postj may be dairies nurseries, greenhouses, fiffirtal _th.;moss of tit. aubt.s lri ..I ,
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anything from saw alligator wallow fish hatcheries, chicken hatcheries,i 1: .,.!" !"d'--nfl"" '!: Are Docrr.ea
tel a pretentious phmtathnf Z. O. apiaries; cranberry bogs, frog sae :I i.7.:3: a... sale
YEARS I June I. ._. 1 88 1
IN Vaunt assistant jupervisor of the farms, or any parcel of land on June 15 .1 I 90 I 7f 30.031 1 0.11 l C. OF C. RE OLt"'tO

Dade County census has ordered which something is produced. (June 18 .._.j 89 I 73 : CITES FIRE HAZARDS
a recheck of the tabulation In the Mr Young said he believes a 11 __._ 1 I 89 72 30.13, 0.03
Recfldtid District Mr, Young laid number of Redland District raisers I ,
June 18 89 78 '30.22<
Barbecue. Bas ball and the census has been fir from com- of bees and chickens have notlisted June J9.. ,,89 8f 30.081 Dilapidated Buildings J 1
Diarnondball Games plete, due in number of instances their property in the census .
June 20 U 30.001 Danger to };ei hb(', *,
Included to unfamiliarity with the because they were ot the opinion
government conception of a farm that their businesses are not con- Say ResolutionA
Under the census specificationsa sidered farming He said ownersof COUNCIL NAMES
JUNIOR CLUB BALL farm is defined as being propertyof groves, who live away from, clty-.,. it ;.mpa'rr. .t
TO USHER IN EVENTS more*than three acre; in extentor their property and whose holdingsare Unsightliness i and djrt.$ in. i iui5'
a plot that produces CAVES AS CITY the of ddapidatA : :
.. a ye'rlygI'OS. in charge of caretakers should i raring sty tural
VUMette Races 'Also!! on S profit of more than- J230( fo. be registered to make the census "eve- ore ," burning of brio nd
its owner or owners complete. weeds on vacant Iota and t ,. o-
Card Sponsored by TAX ASSESSOR
I Persons whit were mined by the' moval of tram and dbn I ii I am
Local LeagueFor census taker may obtain blanks at'' both vacant and occupied \, .c .
WOMAN\ 34 ENDS I the Leader-Enterprise office was planned by 1e! city; ,.," 'i ia
the first time In years, the \ w. B Caves, Sr. was chosen meeting Monday n.git

Fourth of July will be, observed OWN\ LIFE WITH Miami Pastor Preaches ,I city tan aatessor to fill the vacancy The clean-up drive was .I
In Homestead with a full program in Local ChurchThe by the resignation of Claude ell by Mayor Tom Harris \'. !
ol and athletic events, Sunday A, Campbell at a meeting of the
picnic 1 he w'lI proc!.-.m II Clean-L, t' \\f
Ushered in by the Junior Wo- POISONDRAUGHT ,!city council Monday night and ask in c.t.zens: w join '"
man's Club dance the night of Rev. W. Garrett Blair of Selection of M*. Caves was made making ,' ", rucocss 'He I' n
July 3, the Independence Day Miami will occupy the pulpit at''by balloting Others who applied nude a reef: itpectu.. 0 .
celebration will include a gigantic Mrs. Reba Susan Albury, 34.I services of the Homestead Presbyterian I for the position were Howard city and 'curd an unu c.. i ,,
barbecue and Brunswick stew wife of R Harold Albury post- Church Sunday, in the absence I, Lamb J. A MeNalll and L A. arsonist of ." ...mu.Wt': tr" ,
feast m the city peak at noon a master at 'Tavernler, died at 5:45: of the Rev, Geo. H. Ricks, 1' Young 17 "hulks of aid 1 t.

baseball game in the afternoonand o'clock last night at Post Gradu- pastor, who is attending the Pres- I I Applications far the post were abandoned !n \aean o:" .
(i diamondball! game ut night- I ate hospital from the effects of byterian young people conferenceat ;'made by letters which were read jail prisoners cO>u all under the auspices of the polsoix she Is believed to have Avon Park, which started yesterday ;I'I before the council! by R E. Ed- clean-up crt .v, in ad :. '
Homestead Diamondball Association I taken at her horse Wednesday and will continue through wards. clerk.Richarde labor It more men a <* 't
I night Friday. '1 the job, which prut .

F D. Mock, president of the association Mrs. Albury had been despondent I Mr. Rliks will attend Iso the I I I Waller Keep quire ten days to cow a, i
said plans also will be pioneer conference which will beheld The .
over an illness from which she council was t, e:
made to stage field events Preparations II had been suffering several years from Friday to July 9. i Pulpits Another YearThe drive by a resolution!
will be made to accommodate Mr Albury told Sid L. Kendrick I 1 land District Chums ..'

a record crowd at the celebration 'ex-offlcio col'oner. When he entered -' Rev J, J Richards pastor merce, requesting th, ,,. '
his home shortly after 6 HORNE ANNEXES:of the Homestead :V e tho I d Is t dated structures of' _
Proceeds will be uses to meet a o'clock Wednesday night after (' urch and the Rei J. E. Waller. are fire and storm 2 :

deficit m the operatl! fund of the closing the postoffice, she sum- 5 TO 3 VICTORY P,stor of the Silver Palm Metho- razed tt was read by v >u'
association i he said I moned him from the bedroom, di,t Church, were assigned to their Frank B. Rue The COW,:.
The baseball game will be played he said 1 pastorates for another year by the to accept and til* the re .

at 3 p m. between a Key West Mr Albury said he found his OVER BROOKER |Florida I Methodist conference After E. C. CYnr.:.ter, icommlttecman
team and a focal team composed wife lying on the bed. Goodbye, which closed a four-day meeting, I pointed .u ,.1
, of picked players. The diamond I've done something to myself st Sanford Monday The conference Uu city is wilhcu aut-i
,ball game will be played at 8 she said, according to the postmaster TEAM STANDINGS; j' also gave assignments to 300 condemn unsafe and rare" ,:e
Won Lost f other ministers.
o'clock between the same teams t.l buildings, the camei; ootea. : 1 -
Hur 's __ 7 2 7B'CI..lWr
h. m. The Rev C. C kelson of:
A daughter, Miss Avis Albury, pastor atively on hw prQpvai.j umdinanc :
.._ _. 3 9 .. jIVrr the Florida
Matthews to Leave 17, was in another room and had City and Redland be obtained nv ,tt e !ly
ne .._.._ .. :25 28ti
On 8,000 Mile Bus Trips not been aware of her mothers Methodist Churches, was assignedlo I giving It power tu ... Jar it
a pastorate at Davenport. The'
condition. Accompanied by the buildings removed Ira C. i.y.:
Hits WH'SrhC'dlde Redland and Florida City pastorates cock city attorney wu iw. cdto
daughter, Mr Albury brought his "
F. Matthews will leave Wednesday J Hi---BrooHer vf PerrinJi ..
will be supplied.The .
wife to the hospital In his. automobile -draw up the OMUMOM
on an 8,OOO-ml1e trip which is S4-Perruw **, Home
O. H. Sullivan chief of V cc,
Rev. A. A. Koeitline fr icr
will Include attending the national June 2 -perrliw. vs. Brooker
home who ale is rify sanitary u ,pct -
Returning to the Ijr pastor c' the Homestead Met! xiist
convention of Townsend Clubs at searched the bedroom ,.wi found Church, )rat been returned to Lake tor was Instructed enforce Iw4
fit Louis, Mess, and visitingth* beneath I pillow on the ".tt) A eamoirurthnfc tt good baring Wales for another year. ,I I governing lantt.Uan in heroes
Golden Gate Exposition at San Awl mound work enabled the W. .
Councilman Henry 'ker, Jr
note from h'' t. ra which iu II-
chards and Mr Wilier
Francisco and to* World Fair at cated the planned to take her !lice, D Home Company team ft gain a Chromster (id Rue \v ..1!<< ted
have held their present pastorates
Hew York he said S-to-3 vteto'v over the Brnofcer aa a commute, te r- te Ity
o After attending the convention, Shortly after Mrs. Albury's Lumber Company ajgre 'tCoaWednesday three years and two yean, respec. fire zoning plan.
tively. Both attended the confer.ence.
to which he will bit a delegate death, Mr. Kendrick Impanelled a litfitTl The resolution ,I**' .. .r
from the Homestead club: from coroner's Jury. After hearing testis x llorm--wen slugged out 14 of Commerce j>- i-d to '*. ,'y
June 30( to July 4, Mr. Matthews irony of Mr. Albury and that of a safeties and Cares, their pitcher.t' 'council follow:
will visit relatives Denver; Colo. jury which viewed the body, h* funn ht opposing batu -< CHILDREN'8 STORY HOT* Whereas it -'ju brcugt to
and then go to San Francisco: adjourned the inquiry until 7 Brooker ble to make fh e hil* EACH FRIDAY IV: LIBRARY j the attention I the R dlard Olet --

Other stops on his itinerary to o'clock Monday night. Mr. Kendrick while their itifer. FucTis, retired 1 A children's story tour will '.- Chamber of, Ctawaaree that j
New York will include: San Jose, said the case apparently was four. 1M. 11 ears, tae, played apart conducted! H UW Homestead 'there ire many; am cupl*' '-
(aliI., Corvallis, Ore. Seattle one of suicide. In Homi's vu.tory The tem brary each Friday afternoon "I:ings la Homestead w"'-'" If) a
Wash. and Steele, N. B Mr Mat- Mrs. Albury was the daughterof kept Ks state clean of mistakes, J;30 to 4:30 o'clock beginning dilaiMated, dangerous un 1
Stews will travel by bus He expects Mrs Avis O'Sullivan of Coral while It were tallied against week under supervision of Mrs lightly( condition: and
to urn to Homestead in Cables, She I Is survived, also by Brook "ttitn. Horn second L. West, It was announced by Mrs 1/I W.1trnt, these bUI!d.n&a sue a
September several h .:'-s. (Cobuuued on Page Two) J J:. GauMna librarian. I (Continued liD Fags T'">


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Pace Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. June 21, 1940

Tank Invented by Roebling I season lust ahead, something i II I bat by smacking out three Two hits of In man work., struck Thomas out Brooker five men mounds n41*!
Amphibian should be done to assure property four times at the plate.
. walked one, and Cloninger, Horns
and citizens that their (these hits were home run.
owners '
in the hurler, fanned tour and toura
Given Test by Navy Everglades
houses and stores and, maybe,their balled one I
lives, will not be threatened by i The Horne-Brooker game Friday

Clearwater, JUM 20 (FNS-) Webb Dies. flying 1nbers, glass and corrugated I night resulted in an 8-to-3 win for
utn from these uncared for Brooker Let GARLIC Help Fight!
A monster war machine, designed ,
Fort Pierce Home weak batting
In buildings Home appeared on
Md built by Donald Rorbllng, hasbeen Therefore be It resolved, that the land strong on error-making Six Harmful Colon Bacteria''
Webb, 59, father of .r..no' ....f1IIIN.terla ,. .
approved by the navy depart William T. Redland District Chamber of Com- !mistakes were chalked up against 0.hind waste matter t. sour colon t.sport.., bepo.nine .
ment after exhaustive tests, and I John Andrew Webb and WilliamJ merce suggest to the city councilof I the team, while the hits totaled :''UdlI .. .'.jDn!; t..is '
Webb and brother of Frank hr.A.rhrs
lonly four. Brooker made a single
will be constructed for ue of the' Homestead that the best Interests .d.ri..s Garlic .Cam.la ,
all of = a
and Bevo ,
'I Webb of the community will be i error and 12 safeties .ad 804 a VKU / y.eksa,
navy la the notional defense program Homestead, died unexpectedly Sat-] served and property and life safeguarded Pitchers of both teams did good, it Dixie Drug.fr '\!i i'Ii
urday at his home In Fort PIerce.
by immediate action to
Mr. Webb had: w
The new type tank I II an amphibian A retired farmer cause the removal or razing
been spending the winter months ,1 htf: 11Ih
capable of carrying 40 men all such dilapidated and un
with his Homestead relatives for
buildings within the pity limit.
and 7,000 pounds of cargo Two the past four years He returnedto
similar machines were constructed Fort Pierce in March after visiting Maar.Ml.SiaH1r mkingmecl
by Roebllag for Red Cross rescue John Andrew Webb. pine eold
nod for coast guard work and the Mr. Webb was a natl01 Smith- DIAMOND BALI, +asiam need.ever

machines were tested out In the ville, QJI, and came to Fort Pierce bulk-never oiling,cuts current

everglade where they operate 'four yean ago (Continued from rage One) ate'- costs.Iw.v.
successfully either land or
on 'I Betides his sons and two Home-
water. 'baseman contributed hi -1re' to
.stead brothers, Mr. Webb Is survived -
After witnessing test, tfie navy I by his widow, Mrs. Nettle the victory with hIs in. t)' t'it lndud-
tfepBitment feels that the machine Webb; four daughters, Mrs J. T. Out of five times at bit he made doublewidtht nay,
cut be employed to transport men Dawson Mrs Andrew Dominguei four hit, one of which! v ti a (Int
nod supplies from ship to shore and Miss Wilma Webb pt Fort ;homerun and two, second bagger, dessertttaysQ111-Trtt with la- .t
where landing facilities are not Pierce and Mrs. Richard Gordon siI tuntCutxRelewe.
available of Asheville, N: C.; five sisters I Monday night Home won easily
Traction for the war monster Mrs. A. L. McLendon of Dawson, from Perrine, taking the heavy
furnished by wide caterpillar Ga.. Mrs. David Harrison of Ash- 'end of a 7-to-l score
treads which grip soggy toil or ford, Ala, Mrs. C. L. Fain of Fort I Perrine couldn't seem to get In stearreprd SlidI
mud almost solid the hitting mood, making only two ....Yoe I Iewyfresh
as easily as Pierce and Mrs. M. M Fain and I food
earth. It has a land speed of 2} Mrs. W. U Wells of Havana, Fla., hits during the entire affair Home,
miter an hour and a water speed and another brother, J. R. Webbof on the other hand made seven ptotattionptotecnviaonins.fsvoraad -,
f' miles an hour, and can traverse Dawson. safeties The lone run for Perrine
almost any kind of territory, was made by Schallern. left fielder, .ctispops.s...airT t
through swamp or forest up and in the ninth inning The other hit
down steep embankments, or CLEAN-UP DRIVEContinued for Perrine was made by Godwin asdd tV1a'a aAs
fording streams shortstop asset".Ave dt
Smith, Home second baseman..
( from Page One)
Cassiuslay: Kinner also showed his pro1Irtth the t $13975
distinct liability to the city of 1.'JHtK

Succumbs in Hospital Homestead in that: ...........................9........9"9 9" rJI.1/I.fi .
1. They give the town a down- .
at-the-heels appearance and give mfr tdm.ee1
Funeral services for Cassius May 1
visitors and potential new residents
KSnner, 79, retired farmer, who EXPERT
an unfavorable impression the
died at the Kendall hospital aftera community
long illness were held at J 2. They discourage new con- J5eo this" NewestERIGIAIRE
o'clock Sunday afternoon at the struction of a substantial and attractive BARBERING
Turner Funeral Home. The ReJ \. design and encourage
E. Johnstons, pastor of the First other -standard construction

Baptist Church, officiated. Burial In the neighborhood: I HAIRCUT ...... 40c( .
was In Palm Cemetery, :Varanjn 3. They constitute fire hazards 1 r w-e.+A
Mr. Kinner, who Und on Red- to which residents of the neighborhood SHA51POO 40c( BARGAIN'NOWI1MJ
land road near Plummer drive, and the city In general ought
was a native of MiUerton Pa, and not be subjected, since, dry and MASSAGE: ...._ 40c( .r tl .tier Artless and feat o Automatic Interior Light: ti
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cane to this district eight yean free from paint they stand like asses Theo rsr sat rdgnateA % Lift out Chromium Shelf...Permits
ax. tinder boxes for the first carelessly I ,M/M M fnfuUtn" IWo: f '\quick adjustment for bulky foods. ,,.
Surviving him are two sons flicked cigarette of the casual BUSH'SBARBER Ont-pitct,alUtetl obloetAatomiccILcMtDr&oster e Frosted GlAss Cold Stooge Tnye
Maurice Kinner of Homestead and> paaser-by; e Exclusive ?.114 Safe Refrigerant. t
Edgar Kinner of :Manchester -N. 4 Some of them are in such a e rngiium rait-Acuon Super Presser. e jortu protection rita tgtinitienrio
Y : a step-daughter Mrs Con d 1,:ip dated or oo-ely constructed [a tug From Storage Co lpuallear. L expense on Kltd-la mtthtnum.a .
Hill \11l..eton.: nd -..:- gr "d. ,,'nd.'. 'n t".lle" present a ser- AH shelve Stainless Chionuum. e Built sad Backed by] General Mcxon.,
c11 1,lrcr> .' rra ;::In!. W .*> C:e somy a lO-point Cold ConuoL '. HI Mil PtOCIf4.Y AiUl ONJTITION

SHOPN. See another great bargain! Lowest price 6 Cubic Foot Frlgldalra I

Ever Offend Model SVS-6. hOI Meter-Miser and other

famous Frlgldalra features. Only ,. $117.50 j
Homestead Furniture Co. :''fi'

WO 1 a a .
Telephone 41 Flat .


Mean Guaranteed Used Cars \\.AFtWCANS OF ZIN-Z-LAC ENAMEL Mil SAW )io'


paint; practically new tlm; radio

Really valuable furniture it often discarded simply ....,
1831 CHEVROLET FORDOR DELUXE THINK lO\'i-aU because the surface it faded battered and acarred. .. \:
steel body; bydrull brake: knee action 4 Before C:8111n the .
you junk let show
man, UI you what ;,;
miracles you run accomplish with ZAN.Z.LAC ENAMEL '
1M7 F(.RD O Tt'DOH Sr'.,',:VU economical ear of Die Ford
line: radio. that are rilliant in color and finish and sx> easy ,
to appt -or 'LAC VARNISH STAIN which itain .

1S3J FORD \'-I FORDOR \\-onutu.Hy rood condition and va: fish .c operation..You can refinish a alas: ':.
foronl abo 40e-a table 4Se other furniture }

193 tllE\ROMT FC '"XR DAN. ..sloe e,rhauled; new '- pro ition And there are always plenty of little ;
rings new clutch priced rlibt.U odd jou to use up your left-over .

Dozens of attractive colors: to uiooae I.In I. :
:J CI:E*ROUT Ph.'Kl'P-In tint tU nape froral Come for
s in _a free colgr_cgi'd.
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DAVIS of BALTIMOMnUNCII sootier: Lumber Co. '

Bird ChevroJei] .u' __.. _. FLOOR:eIa I.* tw.VARNISH HOMESTEAD.: FLORID PHONE M
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oldest rherrelel .- "tVmU t*. Coast D. __

n-w" Florida TeleawosM StI .

...-. ar..ws..ra V..ao100. 4N.rrca -
I lie says Er love,.11 an II

toed as yoa tesheo--hate t.eaa DR.. C. IL DENBY ,j, ,

EflWARD STltING kited a' least _1\1 tarts yes'- ..<1

DR. F. p ARCI1ER i
Osteopathic Physician r

Cora aluog OpIolDe" s .
Estate GtJlerallDsuran e ,. .,nisi 49' . w. I1acld sa. ML' '>J. $So

NOTARY PUBUC saes > -- amid nostead: 111.
Giessen Opped.past. .
Cor. Pain A Tt. and Aye. B. FlirW* City FTs.fllOTOS '.
.. of Ste Ae.rima bassinet (Over Dro1\1t' DrugStore)
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Friday. June 21. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE d! Paw Three

ADULT BENEFITS,,,Funeral Services Held ( IIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIllIIlIlImlllIlIlIlIlIllIlIlD! leg at the sawmill upere he hull (Florida City) /00
en !been orking. The leg was brokenIn -"Mrs. A. E. Kerfoot and > ", t.
For Mrs. Bertha Johns
two places, but no serious results dren are still at Miami B, ,? i :t
SELF BY 120 ,are expected." I Pratt but to
HELPING Funeral services for Mra. Bertha Years Ago1111111I11I111111I11111I111111111111111111111I11I i : apartments c\p"
Armanda Johns. 60 of Peters. who "Charlie Clinton left Wednesday come home on Sotiird. ," :' afternoon for ClmtonxilleI ton.)
died Tuesday night at Kendall hos- :
YOUTH 1 IS VIEW\ Conn., where he expect to visa
pital.VeI'lI held ut 3 o'clock yesterday -i I "
for several months (Florida
afternoon at the Turner Leonard llaskin
wh'; I,Funeral Home with the Rev J. E I', Tht '.11..1." it... .r e I.... T.rfollM City.) lr W.
An adult given sincere consideration -: from flirt .f the MMtMtJ ,... .lltlnt In tn Rl.. .. ...
s ( to the problems of youth ijohnstone, pastor of the First Baptist -RnUrvrtM Mlii>IUh4 ..... II. 1012.a. "Friends here will be ilIad to rifling and Repairing .f
the Iooh rl.rfb 11.._ and know that Mr. and Mrs. James M.
and Is free with his counsel and I Church officiating. Burial was ...... on. 17, fit. with *. H.. I GLASSESi.
Powers ,
and daughter Velma Ruth
aid for living a moral and upright in Palm Cemetery, Naranja. stead Ladtr, 'I III : fI.
life becomes a better citizen I'i, Mrs Johns, widow of H. D. June 14, 1920 are returning to Miami\, after a ten c..I..lr Air (...111....*
months' stay in Atlanta, Ga. C..I Ter..
'Johns, came to Peters from Jasper b ABIRD'S
by to doing, Mid Cecil Walton, -"The Bank of Homestead has ,
clerk of the Dade criminal IS years ago She Is survived by -
County a new safe of the type which Is a* ---
l court and a member of the Ride.County .four sons, Harry Johns and Ira burglar-proof as they are mnde.I .
Boy Scout council' In a talk I'{:Johns of Peters Hardie Monroe I Built of manganese steel, no part
at the Homestead Rotary Club I Johns of Fort Myers and Thomas of It Is Jess than four Inches thick.I
meeting Wedneidny i i'i M. Johns of California; three The construction of the door U additional -
daughters, Mrs. Marie Jenkins of
"There are 700 adults In Dade protection against unwel-
Peters, Mrs. Cora Gorday of Red.
I come visitors"
County registered for work In carrying
,land and Mrs Thelma Johnson of IndorsedUSED
J.R. Sullivan left for
out scout activities and the I! Monday
;Lee four sisters, Mrs. Mollie MeCullough
good they do will rebound back ; Nassau lie will farm In the Bahamas -
of Mrs. Cora
to them," Mr. Watson sold "Every I Jasper next year."
!Parker of Mayo Mrs. Gu ale -"Dr. Tower has several
boy, whether good or bad, Is a picked
Wheeler and Mrs. Ola Smith of CARS
problem and he must have the ;, mangoes from a two-yenr-old Hayden -
Lakeland; and a brother, Alfred tree that weigh between 20
i companionship of an adult to gain I
the best out of life." I Fletcher of Lakeland. and 23 ounces. They are good solid our used cart always represent rood value, but the

Describing the Boy Scout campon fruit and very tasty." one listed below... annually choice and we recommend .
Snapper Creek, five miles west CARD OF THANKS -"E, S. Caplinger Is a patron I any one of them for your consideration.
. We wish to thank our friendsfor of drug literature and came upon
of South Miami he said it represents
an Investment of $25,000, their kindness and sympathy. I this paragraph: 'We have also our ,............................................
and has facilities for teaching the shown during our recent bereavement own pineapple trees in the Ba-
hamas'"J. ."
I various crafts and for all forma of
II I out-door MAURICE KINNER R. Chambliss Is laid up as
AND FAMILY. the result of a log falling on his 1935 BUICK 4-DOOR TOURING SEDAN
small amount of military
i training should be Injected Into the I Mrs. Ranson. ".'''IIIY''"0' ii',' 'II,I 'lid, ll I .A A..ft "I excellent condition; very cheap.
life of a boy so that he will learn
and realize the Importance of Missionary committee-Mrs. J.
discipline, the speaker said. I A. McNeill, chairman, Mrs Daniel Tropical Cafe I 1933: BUICK 2-DOOR TOURING SEDAN-
Williams and Miss Antoinette
Members of the Rotary Club Moye. I well cared for; excellent condition. Very
took 19 Homestead Boy Scouts to I I'
Golden Cross director-M I ia s NOW LOCATED
Miami to witness drilling of the I Moye, cheap.
Junior Chamber of Commerce! AT THE
drum and bugle corps Tuesday I! i I I I I
night. The boys were escorted by EVANS HOUSE 1938 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON

W. M. Fifield, Goo.
Paul Reynolds j
N.' Wakefield and Adrian Jacobs GLASSES 11 One Blork South of looks like a new job; excellent condition.

Next week's meeting will be .1.1ladles' \ Krome-Flatler Traffic I

night dinner which will be -To Your Open I -.... LIhon S. Krome Ave : 1936 FORD COUPE-looks and runs like new.
held at 7 o'clock Wednesday:: in as. ,
Legion HallMethodists, Eyes p"f' e I

Here Elect Turner's funeral Home PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

I New Church Officers] 24-IIR AMBULANCE SERVICE 1
Lady Attendant South Kromc: Ac. Phone IS

I The Rev. J. J Richards, pastor Stop s.ut..tn4 bout. your .y... .IVt Phone "'"R Homestead, Fla OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY
of the Homestead Methodist t i
rime to KNOWI! Ail eaaminatioawill
Church announced that the followIng ) ItIL Why d.liyl.
church officers have been i
elected: j Dr. II. P. StebbinsDr.
Trustees, one-year term: S. E'' L. W. Stebbins
Livingston, W. B. Mills and D L, I
Bowen. 1225 W. Flatter St.,

I Trustees, two-year term: J. O Phone 3-2315
I Wynn. J. L. Burton and 0 S. ,I

, I Jeffrey. I :
a Trustees, three-year term: Daniel 1
Williams, Geo. W. Smith and .1 H I
I Webster.
l Stewards-David C William., ReliableDry ,
'a. r Lloyd Field, Dr. A. M. :Log.m, Donald -
Neese, H, L. Brown, John
I Whlchurd, Cecil Dodd. Mrs J. E Cleaners
Davis, Mr. Geo. Ramon Mrs C I NOTICE
l M. Redd Mrs. C. D. Eaker and Mi and
1." Wynn LaundryFMORY .'

r Recording steward -Mi J E : BEARING I
I' DavIs. Owner and :Manager II I
\ : District stewnid-Dr LORan: ,III !-

I f SUITS 49c : All delinquent city licenses for

\ I Abie's Lunch Room PANTS 24cMen's. i the year 1940-1941 must be paid

l A. B. CORE, Prop Women'sHATSS I not later than July 15, 1910,

219 South State Miami Highway, =T45c otherwise those failing to com-

i 1 Dining Room and Kitchen Wash ply with the above request will .

r Under Supervision of PANTS 20c be subject to a fine for operatingtheir

\ SHIRTS businesses without such
-', Formerly of Brj ant's Corner

\ J{, Open 14 Hours a Dar license.

l Lunches Sandwiches and Cold ..' Signed: R. E. EDWARDSCity fI

Drinks at Popular Prices COATS 49c
.- Clerk and Collector.f .

:, -- I It SKIRTS

250. .
Damp Wash. 12 Ihs. 49c '
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i (IG each additional pound) ; \

; Refrigeration Service Flat Work, Ib. .. .........7c iGi
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4' .
: ElectricalContracting Commercial Flat. Ib. 4cII "
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T.albhrd' """ .,, .t 8o..t..d. Pib ..
the H..'. Dads .101IoIoI.. ,.__,. FANCIES
safari a. .se.ed .... mall mat t
Murk M I Kit, ., the Pea .m. ;;' v i ISlAND
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11.._". UrUa, eels llwattrrk ..t .' I C/ftfG I '' ''YYYnT.Y"
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j Jt v. r .PPt/1/ON, !< Wednesday. Thunder,
MEN 4RCHM. .. ...........1... MiterMARJORIB : i'r'1 l-( P. m.

UtAC ARCBItt.IhnriUrr .. n' Friday II a. -.-! p. ss.

____. .-. and! TiOnbMr _..r. Zy '.U a. m.s .4 .. aa.
,-. p. n. : a
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n1lMIIIPTtOIII ann :"'
I. D111110 r c.a.a II'" J. J:. CAl'ZENS : IIt
W D..*> c...., __77: .1.14 is never heavy tt. trJ; ,

0 .' 4b

Allure i a person crosses the .1 J1d

>> :Mary Fcrrcll Dickinson ilt a library, he or the if ;.
J'owen'd snow, and northern Jin borrower. Potential be-
Hold no allure for DII any business catering ; ,
But oh, the Imping swift delight the library can not 0t 0r.ND
Of hite-tlre
summer sea :
moet its customer's re-
An4 benches fringed with silver d
fund | hundred per cent.
And: 'lumlng, flowering! tree; ere two types of borrow- f

And purple duck and troPiC night (: he wants a book to read m b

And f hinese-lantern moon, sit i to read a book. The first I. II
And sandalwood and templo-bells
In wistful silver tune. for a particular book, ..,

To rest there If but small allureIn willing to accept a sub 1. t

frost, and maple-bud, it is even more dif t
But .h, this tropic loveliness 'I to
satisfy the patron whose ,
Is el my bone and blood! d
--- so ;Indefinite as to be :b

Value of Windbreaks 4 .J
e t A G 4 P, ,,, takes jnto consideration ,

T* tiht- practice of conservation '. 11 01. books are issued at the r f d,

which h H' become widespread ,e l:, '. 'ALTHOUGH 30 per day each of t
moaf (he firmer and stock growers NORMAL LIGHT IN working days of the year, :, s
of this country Is bringing results JEW''FISH the answer as to why
is "RGESr POUND QUNO\SP\ CrMftt does not always have :
evidenced by of .
a survey / r
/ NtAIl ST-fWGusrttte IS book. ;
farm conditions made by the / A Neverthe't 1.
Christian Science Monitor and reported /is* ttJD/ itrMrf SV / / library usually has a .of>E a
In a recent Issue of that 13L "040ee7NNY FISH for a nonfiction book.
pn...r. This conservation plan has SUI'TH lR. time element Is the dis- j
not on!,v to do with the buildingup factor In selecting a sub- .f. i-

and I retention of toil fertility; TV V yyy VvTvwYV nvvvyvV v walk again He has not dune sr, few borrowers give r
but the rotation of crops; terracing but began working up an apian ;;: time to examine the
of hillsides to check erosion: CURRENTCOMMENT that now produces 8.000 pounds of I available, t,
construction of lakes and reservoirs honey a year and he docs all the to Mortimer J. Adler a
for water storage and the work himself, using a motorized I : : : I to Read a Book," when '\ o
plantlnti of forest windbreaks In 'scooter" to get about. The Lord has mastered the art c
the wlmt-iwtpt plain of the By AGNEW WELSHAAAAAAAAAA"AAAAAAAA I ; : ho is of J4. .
mid helps those who help) themselves, capable bring- :
dle well. Speaking of this forestry AAAAEditor's the old adage reads I relationship books that !4 1.I
.r project and its benefits to agriculture o 0 0 have no connection. For L\ )
the Monitor lays"There's : comments on Not.I hi. "Comments"Mr W.Uh ,w.kvmas whether l Do you know why ours is call- I I i one might ask off-hand, pa

one phase of this conservation ..they...h .100 his. In.....1.Add.nrrMMrnt" or...at,e.maMcationa vkrin. ed "Dixie Land" PnU.fmder, maiadtuainient.&A&A"I has the history
or protection work which to A..... 11\.10. 141 M. L magazine gives this answer: In with a book dealing on 1
88th St., Miami FU a
It In Itself civilization?
especially significant the days when state and private a
and fruitful It Is the planting of When old Ike Tootleberry was banks Issued their own money "Life of Greece" Will Du- L
windbreaks. Scorching winds In told that golden caviar, the roe (sometimes called "wildcat" given us a story of a civ'I-
summer and freezing blasts in winter (eggs) of the sturgeon fish, sold money) the Citizens' Bank of closely resembles our
thai, end crop yields tumbling for $100 a pound to epicures, he Louisiana printed ten dollar notes for mechanical I ad- C
on thousands of plains states' snorted, "They c'n have it for all That state then, and now, having I I It is interesting to note .i'I
firms have little influence on o' me; It'd take more'n that to get a large French population the Greece's early history ; f''
fields protected by ihelterbclts. me to cat any part of a pound." bank, in order to meet a linguistic i :: |' an unemployment prob- 1;
\ Take the 1039 grain sorghum a emergency, printed half the bill ; same conflict between ftl
yields on the farm of Mrs C. f Westbrook Pegler's naming a In English and halt French. The' ; and science, that in 355
J Ilazlett, in Cottle County, Texas, certain type of newspaper writera French! word for ten i in dlx" andas I Isoaatei laid, "We sit tlC
for example Sorghum planted for gents' room journalist' is aboutas tnls was a very stable bank and I shops denouncing the
a distance of 227 feet along behind clever as a Miami Hi student the Issues of many others became 11 I 11t I But we perceive atE
a windbreak yielded I,500 poundsof calling h I.I piano accordion a worthless in the financial flurry I badly constituted democ-
grain per acre. That beyond the "stomach Stelnvvay" these bills became so popular they i responsible for fewer i :

protection of the trees, which were 0 I were known as "dixies" and the '" thnn are oligarchies"
planted in 10.17, yielded only 860 term spread over the south until refresh your memory:
pound per acre On the farm of Electing an alternate delegateas it was called "Dixie Land." Pulitzer
was a Hungar
E. A. Kirk In Oreer County, Okla- chairman of the state delegation o .
to the Democratic national I Ii : to this country at the
homa, last year cotton plants growIng The European countries
are now, in time to fight the last
In the protection of a windbreak convention broke a precedent and and with Increasing demand, will I i = ; f Civil War; entered
won a victory for Senator Claude |
plnnted in 1935 avenged continue to starve for the surplus ] business In 1877; and
Pepper but of
some the oldsterson
five feet with at many as 68 bolls grains our land has In store The I II the New York World In
too side-lines "Just
: wait
per .blk.! Three hundred
yard until he for carry-over wheat supply already : for this paper under
from the protection of the windbreak again" comet up election equals what 1940 will produce (I I II the phrase, "yellow
cotton plants averaged !onlya 1 This can pot be shipped abroad i J was especially coined.
foot In height, and six bolls per o 0 0 due to the war perils The daily'induotry ,I' J 1911

italk. The bottom has fallen out of the offers a double solution: I Pulitzer left 500,000 to
Windbreaks established by J. J. golden urn of the movie Industry rebuilding our soils (grass will I| t of Journalism at Co-
Lydick, in Burt County, Nebraska, since the halcyon days of a decade grow on tbe poorest) and affordIng ,|, I II to establish the
25 years ago/ -and here we have ago and more of It Is likelyto outlet I in butter fat and prizes The first
an example of a long-time program crumble smoe the war has shutoff The south might profitablyturn I I I,I made In 1917.
In which the New Deal took a big European outlet for their from cotton to dairying With
no part-enabled him In 1937 to wsres Now the producers are the rapid increase (In Its Industries ', stipulation for novel
grow 70 bushels of corn per acre, looking for places where they canbeat the above products will Increase in I : Both must depict the
down about 35 demand. I'I'I 1 standard of American
when unprotected fields produced expenses percent
I I morals and
little or nothing. to meet the loss.It o 0

Beside Increasing crop yields o 0 0 Six years ago the U. S. held 35 : Must reveal a spirit
per cent of the world's gold Then ( and unselfish service
these tier fence provh a shelter the 'Germans succeed in Invading -
for wildlife, catch drifting snow, England theirs will be the the powers that be pegged the (: Washington and Lincoln
produce posts and fuel. and check first enemy troops to tread its I price of the precious metal to a I I II )
point that brought to our shores Must be treated with
soil blowing To date the forest soil for 900 years, the List being
quantities that Increased our holdings I respect in regards to
service o-operating with farmers the army of William, the Con-
In Texas. Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska 'quorer. who crossed the channel I to It billion dollars, or 70 percent morals, patriotism and
and South Dakota, and from Normandy In 1080 of the world's stock ,all stored prism was to be twice
North Dakota, has planted over 0 'in a special vault at Fort Knox. I l the others.
150,000,000 trees In 14,000 miles' George Matthew Adams. Kentucky. Now the money sharks : Did not come in the orig
syndi- begin to wonder how far out on1'! I .
of ihellerbelu
on 21,000 farms cator of his own and other features,
a limb we will be If the world
the board
since the
first shelterbelt tree, an states that true culture consists of
I war drives Europe off the gold I)I I School of Journal-
Austrian Pine
wn planted by M I character, born of real worth, and itsndard
. E. Cui (Is on hit farm in Oklahoma, a naturalness that comes from non- 0. i]I,, I II the phrases so Insist
I, in HJ3."-American Eagle contact with high society's insincerity I and manners, and "
Seen In one Miami's foodator-
tl i'; instead, that the mater
andeneer.. !
luau: a young l lady In short a'loud" '' i should "preferably
e '''
kerchief over her head'ind' j American life." (This
Bert time to buy gas, Pontiac Those thinking themselves disqualified smoking a clgaret A bystander remarked years after Pearl Buck
engine) % say, U before the sun by misfortune/might takea I "Is that a pll'tUJr WK. award for The Good
comes up. Later in the day the lesson from the story of a man modern miss To me she ]leak : ; :: : ::; I:: At this time also tin

sun causes gasoline to expand and near Detroit whose physician told I like what old Gen Slum' 'i i ,ftu ,t history was reduced to i
dawn .et14gcay /eVTJ.A-1e him iQ Jftft wo he would JMVCT was area,- I I : ( \ ,IkI -

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Friday, June 21, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page. Five
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:serious Illness of their brother. t

and Auto Quiz No. 4 I Hunter Sever
Jlround Mrs Ton Cohvrnoui , to her home here Sunday fj ant
I Iftendall hospital The t\v ins remained -
: for a few days for dietary
Homestead jxi t attention

.. Mr and Mrs Donald Sullivanare
.' erecting their new home on
Dr. Mid Mrs. Carl F. Robinson sey, Mary' Pye and Betty June Caves avenue and will move In as
and daughters. Prtecllla and Pa- Jenkins all members of the Homestead ;soon as it is completed
tricia, left Tuesday for their cum grammar ichool club Mrs
Herbert Hunter returned this
mer.camp In the mountains near Cecil Walker Mias Leola Little, ,
week from business to Bu-
a trip
Burlington, Vt. Their plans Included Mils Fem Robertson and Miss
ford, N. C
travel by sea from Miamito PrIscilla Tread, all alumni of the
New York. They will return Himestead club, are acting atcounselors. I The Rev and Mrs C. O Nelson
tome late In August. returned Monday from Sebrlng
and will leave Thursday for Davenport
Miss Elinor Holterty left Fri- Mr. and Mrs William Quintero I Fla.. where Mr. Nelson
day for Evanston. 111, where she ef .New York City arrived June has been given a charge
will teach In the National Institute 13 to visit Mrs Quintero mother -
of Journalism In Northwestern and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs Wal- Mr. and Mrs H. J Derbyshire
University ai the did last summer ter Egxert Mrs Quintero is the left Wednesday for their home la
Miss Holferty received an M. S. former Miss Marjorie Brooker Flint, Mich. .
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degree In journalism at Northwestern twin sister of Mrs. Ovid Sullivan --
University In 1939. During the Tr.ire Wtotj lintel 1>11'. and Mn Johnny Becker and

past winter and spring she has Mrs T. B. Grantham who has 1. A pedestrian starts to cross the street on the green light or children spent from Monday to
been connected with the advertising recently returned from a. visit I GO sign but the signal changes while he is still in the street The Thursday visiting Mrs Selma
department of WQAM. with relatives in Plant City plansto law says one of these may now proceed- (a) all motorists (b) motorists | Mattson at Cape Sable
return there Friday for Hire making l turns (c) the pedestrian, Miss Mary Margaret High and
Mrs. Wilson Crosby and daughter weeks. I 2. A car traveling at a speed of 60 miles an hour has the same -
Bessie Call born Saturday In II capacity for inflicting damage that it would have if it were driven Bobby Haberlandt of Miami .iI"
of Mr. and Mrs. lIud"lpl,
the Kendall hospital, were takento Mrs. F. D. Mock and daughter oft the top of a building (a) two stories high (b) four stories guests
their home In Naranja Wednesday Joylene, and Mrs Mock's sinter. high (c) six stories high (d) eight.toriell.1lah. (e) tea stories high. Mattson
Mrs. Crosby la the former Mil Fame, who has been visiting 3. An automobile is a comparatively safe place in which to be Mrs Fred Henn returned to her
Miss Mary Adams them in Homestead left Wednesday I during an I'lectrical.torm. True (-) or False (-). home Sunday after having spent

Mr and M-Bvo:;: Webb and .for Mrs. Falnei home in Edison _._ ._ several months In a Miami hos-
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f;; daughter, Luann, have returned Ota ,counselor in Camp Rirtgecrekt, N. Fitzpatrick and daughter, Ruth, of pital for treatment.
, ,. from a visit with relatives in Hat- Mr and Mrs J. R. Dorsey and C., a camp for the Baptist Young Miuml Dr. Irene Shanklln, who U employed
d tiesburg. Miss. Mr. Webb spent daughter Virginia left Wednes- {t People's Union.. In Miami, pent the week-
w torn time in Hot Springs, day for a visit with relatives and I --.- Walter Thompson Jr., of Rock I end at her home here.
!,' lolr- :- friends In Atlanta. Mrs. II P. McDaniel is now em- Htubor underwent a tonsil opera
Dr. and A M. Logan left Mrs. Harry Uegler has been 111at
I assistant tion In the Post Graduate hospital
ployed as superintendentat
last Friday for a visit In Davidson Miss Alta Webster; Is spending! the Dade County Home In Krn- yesterday. 1! her home this punt week with
N. C. several days with Miss Tilda Cart- ___ sinus trouble
edge of New York City, who is Betty Byrum is visiting her
Jack Krome, a student at Prince- visiting in Miami. Miss Cartedae ---- untie: and aunt, Mr and Mrs J. J'I
: ton University Princeton, N. J., T J. Phillips of Homestead is in
is a classmate of Miss Webster at L. Phillips in Coral Gables
returned to his home Sunday. Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Ga I,!medical the Post treatment.Graduate hospital for ."..."..".............................'.... "'....'... '
f' Mr and Mrs. J. L. Burton returned Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mu&elwhiteand FLORIDA VACATIONTI
to their home Sunday after frank Lurdon retlll ned last By Mrs W. W. Severn
.. attending the graduation exercises children, Mary Lou and I week from a trip to Havana and .?"........................".....".."......"........",,....,
Buddy, left Saturday for a visit
. n of their son, Joe from medical !points of interest in MVXJC.OMIH Mr and Mrs. O. Cloninger and
with friends and relatives In Flor-
j -- sons Oscar, J. B. and Ronnie left
h college at Emory University Mrs.Massey Ida and South Carolina. I! !
.,., of Columbus Ca, mother Edwina Close Is visiting Monday for Athens Tenn. I

Ii, of Mrs Bui ton, accompanied them j I Mr and Mrs WE. Walking and I iMr, und Mri Fred Dewhurst in E. J. -Rhodes left Thursday I IMUI. I
their return. baby son, Wayne, returned Sunday Hialeah for several weeks
c pa for Fort Pierce where she Go where you
,iI- Mrs. M. D. Jacobson left yesterday ,from a two-week visit In Plant Miss Josephine Browne of Avon will visit Mr. and Mrs Jack please with
'Ii for a visit in Baltimore Md., ,City.Mrs. !Pnrk in visiting her uncle and Rhodes and family. I
c and New York City where she will Harold Oxford is spending aunt Mr. and Mrs R. Edwards. Mrs. J. S. Caves-and Mose Sever mind at ease

'.. attend the World Fair. I several months in Thomaiton 1 Mr. and Mi'<<. A. J. Campbell had left Sunday for Lamonte, Fla..
II.1.. Mr. and Mrs.' -T T Bowen and tives Ga. Mr.in New Oxford Orleans.li visiting relu-l alH'k-end guests, Mrs. J F. where they were called by the

( Mrs. Bowen's sinter, Miss Maude .1..1..1..1.1.1..1.1.1..1....................................................AAA 061111W
i Canady, who had been spending Mrs. Ernest Thompson and
;. leveral months here, left Tuesdayfor daughter, Patsy, have returned to \ '
Miss Canady's home in Cobb- their home In Orlando after visit- f'cIlOObScM ''' ;;;:'
town, GaAmong. ing Mrs. Thompson parents, Mi I
and Mri Ed. Brooker. 'eI \
the local girls attendingthe '
annual week's camp for 4-H Mrs. Pat Boatwright and infant WWOW@ '
Club members at Ida M. Fisher i daughter Dixie Le born t 1.-1 i ; I \
school at Miami Beach ire: Ruth !week were returned to their him J ,
Byrum, Llllie Little, Wilfred D.m- Monday from the Kendall houp.? & ,


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. :,\ I. . Social Events in South DadeMISS . ,


June II-' A dancing school for the Red-,were Mrs. R. E. Sherard, Mrs,
Miss Eula Campbell of Redlandand graduate of Redland High School.Mr. Chapter, O. E. S. District to' be known as the !,Ansel Barrow', Mrs. Paul Losner,
Frank ttnuo of Florida City Basso Is the ion of Mm. June 24-Joint 1! Woman's Club Dancing I!Mrs. Richard Huff, Mrs. W a

were married Tuesday In Fort Frank GaragnnnI of Florida City. ecutiva I! and taught by Maryan I Caves, Jr., Mm F. B. Green, Mrs
of his life In
He has moat
spent Junior Woman's of Miami will be started I L. T. Proctor Mrs. E. A. Buchanan,
Lauderdale County Judge BoydAnderson ,
Florida and attended the Flor-
stead j. June 27, as a result of I,Mrs. Burley Dcndy, Mrs. Herbert
In the Broward County ida City and Homestead schools
June 24- arrangements made at Turner, Mrs. James Bird, Mrs.
court house. and Inter Riverside Military Academy dell Circle with meeting of the Junior adm-I'Robert Glenn, Jr., Mrs. T J.
Mr. and Mr. Lawrence Camp- In Gainoivllle, Ca. He has
I at 730.: Monday night at the Walker, Mrs. Augustus Wynd, Mrs.
bell, other and sister-in-law of been associated In the farming and '
June 24- of Mrs. Seymour re.I-1 Virginia! Walton, Miss Pearl Whlt-
the bride were the only altondcnt packing Industry with his step
Class of First road. aker, Miss Ellen Huff and Miss
The bride, a daughter of J. W. father for several years .
June 25 Norma Gossman. Guests at the
Miss Chadwick, In a talk before
of the earliest settlers After spent In North
Campbell one a summer
members of club, outlined her dinner were: Mrs. Wm. Henn,
and business mm of Rcdland, Carolina, Mr. and Mrs. Basso will program .
Homestead. told Miss Barbara Done, Miss Marguerite
what she could offer the
was born lit licdl.ind. She is a make their home In Florida City.
June 26- in return for sponsorship.All Crow and Miss Chadwick.

. MARSHALL\, WISEHEART, LEGISLATOR-ELECT library Book Review at 8 p. m. two types years of dancing old up for will pupils be AIRS. R. B. HANDLER


Classes at 9:30: of the Woman's Club of Mrs. R. B. Chandler was honored -

Marshall C. Wiseheatt, Miami graduated from Florida State College Commerce Private lessons will be with a miscellaneous shower on
lawyer and a property owner of for Women. She is i memberof June 28- Iven In the afternoons.A Thursday of last week at her homeon

the Kedlund District, who was PI Beta Phi sorority and the Ian Auxiliary special class Is open for mem Palm avenue In Florida City
circled to the state legislature In V. V. Social Club In Tallahassee.\ ferty In Goulds.28 of the Junior Woman's Club. ,by Mrs. Donald Sullivan and Miss
M.iy. was married to Miss Kathryn The bridegroom Is the Junior class to be held from 7 to : Mosely Sever
Class with Mrs.
Gardner, daughter of Miami City partner of Wlsohenrt and Wise- 1 will include exercises as well I Shrimp salad, saltines, olives and
July -
Commissioner R. C. Gardner of heart of Miami. Mr. Wheheart was In Chamber of dancing. The dances for the mint tea were served.

Miami on Monday at the home of graduated from Georgetown University at 8 p. m. young people of the dis Guests present were: Mrs. Geo.
Dr. W. K. C. Thomson, pastor of and National University. July 1- will be held as usual, begin I Barnes, Mrs. H. G. Thurman, Mrs.
.the First Presbyterian Church In He was elected to group two of the man's Club of at 8 p. m. I Herman Thomas, Mrs. J o h s

JUuimi.Bom. state legislature after a campaignin p. m. If a holiday should fall on a Graves, Mrs. Burley Dendy, Mrs.
In Miami the bride was which he made many friends in July t-Meetln lessons will be given on I'Herbert Turner, Mrs. Cecil Lee,
graduated, from Miami High School this section Circles. following day, Friday. Mis. Roy Chandler, Mrs. Chas.

attended Roberts Beach School In Mr. and Mrs. Wlseheart will July J- Further Information about classes Clinton, Mrs. Boyd Cohernour,
Cantiinsvlllo, Md., and later was make their home In Coral Gables. meeting of be obtained from any club I I Mrs. Lloyd Dcltz Mrs. A. B. Lang

home of Mrs. E. : hum, Mrs. Rudolph Mattson and
B. P. W. C. IMS LfNCIIFOV I I Brooks, vice-president: Mrs. Norman July 3- Mir Chadwick Is a member of Miss Melba Silver.

Mr 111Ntl AT IMROO TA VFRN secretary; Mrs. Geo. D. Homestead Dancing Masters of America': Those sending gifts were: Mrs.

The Homckteud Business "a"u d I,Ruehle, treasurer; Mrs. Jesse Goss- :Bored by Junior the Florida Society of Danc- Joe Torclse, Mrs. Johnny Decker,
r1ll'.lOual( Women's Club enjoyed 'man, historian; Mrs Ewing, chop- |Homestead. Teachers. She Is a graduate Mrs. Ernest Nlcll, Mrs. Paul Haley,
a Swiss sle.tk luncheon Monday :lain: and Mrs. Turner, sergeants I July 8- Chalif Dancing School of New Mrs. J. A. McNeill, Mrs. Blanche
;.it the Bamboo Tavern. i jat-arms.: M. U. and later took work under Chapman, Miss Gracie Torclse and

Roll call answers told how the!s| Ice cream and cake were served July 28- Butsona, premiere dimieuse. Miss Mary McKelll.

members earned their first dollars, following the installation. P. W. C. In was auditioned for Paramount,

The club decided that the district Others who attended were: Mrs. July 21-B. P. in Hollywood and studied Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reynolds had
meeting her July 21 will be I Alice Martin and Mrs. Camille meeting in Franchon Marco and Ernest as luncheon guests Sunday, Mr.
hold; ; at the Homestead Country Henry both of Coconut Grove. Club. She also studied with Bob and Mrs Ralph Raymond of

Club and the next luncheon meeting Mrs Wm. J. Geronimo, Mrs. W. E.1Rhene NAZARENE:: and specialized In eccentric I Miami. Mi" Larry Fredlnger of
will be held In the Brmbooi, :', Mrs. J. W. English, Mrs. PROGRAMS Boston and Mi- Alice Raymond of
Tavoin. |Frank B. Rue Melon Schroeder and Members at the dinner Monday Miami

Present weir: Mm. Eva Col'tnsand I Dorothy Kuhn A discussion on

Mrs. E. A. Jo'ro chcr, guests, sionary programs I
and the following members: Mrs IV. \!. IT. CIRCLE ONE CUES People's Society WANTADS'j
Church of
II A. Wuldin Mrs Cinn Stewart, St'III'RISERTY
a meeting of the
!Mm C. II Steffanl, Mrs. James I A love Rift surprise party was ciety Friday.I Mrs. I
Ncsbltt, Mrs C. L. Ooley. Mrs. Roy I given Mr". S. T. Gorday. a memberof president, .' I
(handler, Mrs. Clias. Clinton Mrs Circle Ono of W M. U. of the meeting, |!
Urn Archer and Miss, Ann Lee I lEI Dapti Church of Homestead J ''
The Idea of the
k ivy members of the circle at her ;
:i\R\ the second '
I hnme Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. I
OIHII.KS INSTMIIII dmd.iy nas not been able to attend of a program to

The officers for the 1940-41 year the! meetings because of 111 health. I the young group

Of the American Legion Auxlltaryweie I TV Afternoon was spent In sing- Present were:
Mrs W. L.
Coconut installed Grove by Mrs., A.department L. Bwrllof Ina and giving! Bible' re8.llnlll'l N. L. Chambers, THE DIXIE DRUGJACK

; I Joyce Morgan gave a Mrs. J. C. Craft
p> c iuiont at a meeting Friday afternoon POLK-HOWARD JOHNSON
Those present were: Mrs. M. L. Pratt and Miss
In the Legion hall. Phones 30 and 9101 Homestead, Fit.
Wise. Mrs. Frunk Irwin, Mrs. G.
The hall was decorated with redtkmeti I :
and American flags In A. Wait, Mrs.-J. H Scott, Mrs W. and Mrs J. D. Your big opportunity to get real savings on summer
D. Myilck Mrs t.. A. Wise, Mrs.
the beginning of the summer
keeping< with Flag Day. June 14. of the devotional items right at
Chui. Martin, Mrs. J. W. Garrett,
Mr I1u ell was presented with Ms. Pete Morgan Mrs. C. E. Those present! : season. There are low prices on everyday needs, too.
f a vine by Miss Ruth Fox from the Booth, Mrs. S. E.
Sounders, Mrs Ernest Shepherd,
lixillary. Mrs. Lamar Kendrick
E. S. Caplinger
Mrs, W L,. Smith and Mrs. Gorday
president last year and president man, Mrs

for the next year; and Mrs. E. J. \\'. M. s. CIRCLE I Miss Jennie Aga-Rex FOR
Noim.m, Jr., who Is s.irting her derson.
second year as secretary were Stag Bay CONSTIPATIONSHAVING
presented with gift Corsage were Pinna for c musical to be given CREAMand
presented Mrs. .:;, o. W. Turner, Jr., later In the summer were discussedAt Overcome costly conttl
re-elei'Uil dei teontatnr.s; Mr a meeting Tuesday afternoon of I StagSHAVING patios with Aga.Rex-
H. H. fw net, re-rKtei chaplain; I I the Marian Fleitns Circle of the I a mineral oil muliion.Deodtrli .
Mrs. Frank Schno d"r. out-going IV. M. S. ef the Homestead Methodist ; LOTION

,ll'f!-pt'OllIJl'nl; and Mrs. Fritz Church at the home. of Mrs : A

Schroeder, out-fcoln: historian. J. P. Anderson.Mrs. 1 60TH FOR IMsf:89c

Officers Installed were: Mrs. Richards conducted a
.fut t :
Kendrick, president; Mrs. Jake I Bible lewm en "Psalms' I I


.l AnnouncingThe J( FOOT POWDER- Daub I a Com p act v

l/ / C teed. An aid PrUt-wlnning SQ ,
Junior Woman's Club I shiest athhit's use said by
I Dm.tattuvj ladies.7synr .
foot lovely
loralinM, with

I I [Dancing School .' sa hoatrlts|I.,
AA Yeast ttronTablets TOASTER +

.'JUlsa Mar an Chadwick, Instructor
U1t. For-foals Ito trouble 1 ''
e effee1 aid leastisg fJ'9
oLvSSES IN T.\P, BA.XjN0 BALL :MOOM' DANCLNO to stimulate bread with

y It : ..' Hike's + apptMter this ..... cans etar.ePreeerlption

EVERY THURSDAY 3 to 8 P. M. Julep, vv Feet, Jlrlldly serrieemovertly.
.. written 6y G': Tor.., Item Ibted sellyour
tech .'c./ physician, weo "' ''''..,.....rls
\ HOMESTEAD WOMAN'S I I 0.- gWrentee.71F .
BUILDING I ; ....,.... '"'" .... ........ ;i

1 READ THE ,,,. '''. 2-1J41:1-1....jail...=T1. ..... ,.........,.

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: June 21. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pe: Scum

FM .aeewew'we?''' .11oono"i '.lie?".
If IfH. owingr the social meeting Mrs (I ]participated In a rental given by .

SOCIAL EVENTS K. Foulk president, urges all ( I the Grace Murray Studio In Miami

.. .. ..., ,members to be present |where they are studying. Miss CLASSIFIED ADS
wwtasm.mPaN "" '''''' '''''' '''' ''' 1
A Joint meeting of thy foiecutix 1 'e i I Richards sang several solos and I IFOR

LOCAL MEMBERS: ATTEND |li committees of the jmfor\ audjl|I Miss Rheney played three piano l

''r LEGION AUXILIARY CptNCIL :i senior woman s clubs will be held numbers. RATE: First Insertion 104 a line; subsequent Insertion*

The Dade County Council of i ii Monday at 8 p m. In the club- 54 a line

i I jlon Auxiliaries decided at al I house. I NOTICR Of APP ICATION i ---" p
meeting Tuesday at Mathenon -
Chapter 17U7 A>'ta of sea
: Hammock to give an American : Miss Jamie Riirds; daughter Pile A-SIM KENT Morris, registered real estate

flag to the crippled children''i '1 of' the Reand Mrs J. J. Richards, ,two NoUc holder li of hereby State.and lvenlhat Cussedly L.T1o.B terfJ.Stan broker. N Krome aven next to

hospital Each unit in the county and Miss Vara Rheney, daughter 'firm No, 111 laa"fjUh 6th day of Ag.' FOR RENT-80 acres or less, good Baptist Church. (Ju I elf)
of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. I D. IMS. haa name ... ... .," ::
will toward the Rheney marl soil Coconut Palm road
flag Al I ;and has made application for a tax ...... on ,
: picnic lunch wall served at noon i I to ..,. issued. th bra the "
h Those ..\tendln, from Home LEGAL NOTICES the M County folkiwlnadMrrliwd of Dad. State of Brawny Fleirwa, .in. and Princeton. Right price to

stead were: Mrt Harold Sheffield will good farmer Sewell Really Inc.,

Mrs. E. J. Norman, Jr., Mrs Jesse ,I NOT'C or Aprl.lrUIOf: I II Lu1.. 6 a to...f..nh.Nike. Plat 10. H.Souk Miami II "illh.I.ndo. Page. I 00) Ingraham BId,., Miami FOR S.'LE-5 acres large bearing -

Cossman Mn Frank B. Rue and Chapter1R17467:sRof! I I In the County ur D.d. State of t211y12): I'ocd.family ai.oit 111" nt
IOSINrtlc. 'I..lda.
I other fruits, palms , Miss &uth Fox. File No A4944 "moment of said iiroitvrty .mdse
I. hereby ilven that L. B. Stan I..J' said, < ate Lewd was I" the name FOR RENT-Fuinlshed apartment nwnUls room-and-buth 11I.j-.

1 Mr. and Mrs A O Raab entertained I lay., holder-. Ni of, "i7,tat, 900 ana. 7im County, 'It( Tax 711 -12..r.tlfUati I 1"f Unleaa,. Edward Bald;'rerllflcate Byrn,. .hall b<, redeemedai i I by year: all\ electric Eva Collins OLD home, partly hit 111, I ltd,

with a picnic recently at :;:.. day 711 "V6A 716;1.711. and. 71t| band lllS\ .:rdlna nn.l law, the pniprrly dntrttodtherein Modello Federal highway double garage. work shed. i I' -
: '' D m to sold to the highest Odder .
Mth. I
f their home on West Plummer drive | ..m. In my ,,fflce. and ha made apullcat Court house dome on the tint Monday and Biscayne Dme try house*. $5,500.114100a': ) l 5'0 I

for Mrt L. E. of Lion for. a tax deed, .ba 1 Issued Ih..*.... In the month of ".....1. 11140 which latha a month no interest Mi: nuirFroaclKi
Miami Mrs
p laid (, n/fleatae/ .
lira e the 5th day of August last,. FOR BENT-Large, cool tpjirt-
Albert Heinrich and Mrs. A Knab, err/bed/" property, In the C following. Dated thla l.th day ;'f June 1940. ', Over Uii.!II\ o'.
state "I Florida. I.-Wit ot..l B It. lEATMkltMANClerk ment: prii ate bath; furnished little South of Homestead I I', 'ne
sisters Sharp and Robert Look. I to ;", ... "k is. North Miami of Circuit Court I Ask at Western Union (rnSHt j
and William Knab-all of Chicago. luphlands, StiMn, flat Book 5fl, Dade County. Florida I 520-J.
Par 7, In the Cony 'I tad. Htata Circuit Court Baal *
Mrs Sharp, also laa dinner'for .f Florida' aa embraced In Certificate I B/N, C 8TKMRETT, O C FOR RENT Furnished house '
the group in Miami. K. ". 7< 7. Th<- averment ...t mid i.r",.. iJun. 91.l 2>. July A. 12. l Ittlll) modern conveniences, within 1 FOR SALE Lime butt. ';.", d
My under the raid Certificate issued. I stock Inquire J. Nom'ooi' I 1'p.
wits In the name of Unkmwn i mile Homestead $15 a month /
YEAR'S LAST MtETIVG Lota I to II, Black l 19. North Miami, I NOTIfg FOR OF TAX APPIlrATION HrMChaptw : > I 1 Brooks Inc m24tf) mote drive. (d'l I I .n j)
TO HONOR NEW )MEMBERSThe Hwhlanda 1 Suhdn. Plat Haak it.
Aru of IM5
Pale T, In I: County .,f ll.de' S.at. A I I 174A.
last social meeting of theyear Florida, aa embraced. In Cenlfleate' No. la hereby given 4011Notlr that H- .. DtOrao. FOR RENT-Apl\rtnlenll. Summer FOR SALE: at give-awn pru

of the Woman's Club of 70S under. Th.the said assessment of said pn. 'prrty .. holder of State and County T.. rates Bcnj W. MOI'ria.1| 3 goats, 1 bilb H. Kufeldt Red-
C.rtlflcaU issued woo In Certificate. No. 10544 foothill the 8'h day of land road 14 mile south of H.ilnhi
the nf -
Homestead will be a reception name i Unknown June. A. D 108M. has filed same In my registered real estate bl't'ker'im.T
Line 15 to II. Block It, North Miami film, and has made ) dilve. (pjvi)
application fora
Tuesday afternoon at the club- : la<
Highlands. a ., I lat Motion it. loved. Ul .b. lulled thereon Raid CertificatermhrarM YOUR HOUSE-lumibnea''!
house for members who havjoined e Pas 1. In the County of !>adr. 'Stale the full"..in. arrlbeil
nf Flirlda, aa embraced In IVnlfi.d. or unfurnished. I have year | FOR SALE-Sinser sewing ma.
the club since April of last N<>. 7ti.. Th. assessment nf mid trip In Ih. County of Dade, Stan of rlorktatuwll I !
/ t 'round clients Benjamin W. chaine good condition: $175(1.
arty under the Paid Crrtlflrato' leaned
year lot 93. Blnrk 5. Olympic H.llbta.
was In the name oft llnknown. 'I a Dub. Plat B.ik 10. I.e.. t. In the Singer Sewing Machine Shop
A business meeting will be held I.ol. tt to U Black 1*. North Miami County of Dade, I'... of rlorldaThe the raid certificate au I. the n'm "f :
Milhlande a 8.. dn., Plat Honk U, Unknown.Calm. No. 5 McCroiy Arcatle (PJ7-21):
.. ....... .. ,. . Page 7, In a..omment. t f Mid '' underthe sold ,.stificaln' .h.1I .be ...
""""'''''"'''' '''' '''... .''"'''''. .. .. the County of Dad.. State .Id .....IIi. ... Word. ..P'"in'the name
of florid a. embraced In Certificate, deemed recording to Iaw, the. dr-
.. prgmrti
01 1M. Nettl. Ddl.Unlit.
Auto Quiz No. 4 No. 710 The auraament of said property Mid .....It./ ...... aball ... redeemedarrordlnf acrthed therein will/ .b. sold to the hfeltvlhldow FOR SALE Tropical punts, citrus
under the said. Cert Ideal,, haunt. I to law. the property dcwrlbHtherein I ,. at the Court ho_ time on the fowl trees and tropical fruit In
was In the name oft Unknown Monday In the month of July, IHu which
will h. sold to the hphmt bidder
Answers Lou I to 4. Block id North Miami I the Court house door on the.' fret. Monday at It the lt day nf July. II4HDaled season. Jungle Grove Realliod
Hlghlanda. a Subdn. Plat Honk It, line rah day of Mar. l4nK .
In the month "f Auiuat. IMI" whlih la road and Plummet drive.
1. c, the )pedestrian He Is legal Pane 7. In the County at Dade. Stan the Nth day it A"..... 10411. B. LFATHrHMAN
ly entitled to continue his progress ..f Morlda. aa embraced. In CerilflcaW Paled this Iflth day nf Join10441. Clerk of Circuit Court.tied. .
No. 7)1) Th. aaaeeamrnt nf laid prop K R. lEAPHhRMAN, .. County, Florida
uninterrupted and drivers mustwait arty under the. ...01 Certificate, baud. Clerk of Circuit Court. Circuit Court ties). WANTEDTUTORiNQ :
for was I. the name oft Unknown. Dad. Ry N. C. 8TERRE" D. ('.
him Florida.Circuit
even though they Lou ....15 in 80. hark !o, North Court Real County (May SI, June 7, 14. 31IN IPt'
now have the green light or GO Miami Highlands. Plat Hook 2 6, P... By N C STFRHKTT D C. WANTED:
Sinn 7. In the County of Da*, Riot ,of iJun II, le. July S, It miOlNOTICB THI ("OI'!>In 11'1"\0' :'" 101 RT IN -- High
Florida! aa embraced In C.rtlfliat.. No. AND FOR IMIlE ,''" ..n I LIIUIIIA school and grade school subjects
2. e. ten stories high Wheneveryou 712. Th. assessment of Mid property I IN: PKllRATk.
under. the void Certificatesand waa OP APPLICATION I Mrs H. J Armstrong A B.,
are tempted to speed, think of In the name of : Unknown FUR TAX DrFIIChapter y'In Net raTATKNOr"ilAMM: N.I Plummer drive and Country
this graphic Illustration If you L<*. I u So. limit II North Miami I' I74K7 Art. nf IOU )lARK RY, IVmiedMITHB .
Hicbland. Plat Knot 111, Pale 7, In File A.11111111Noll" \ I TO tRfDITtlKH Club road.
should hit a telephone pole, a cul- the (' unty of Dad.. Stale ..f Florida, la herehy siren that L. B. Stan.My. To All Creditors and Alii'tr>,.". listing
vert aa embraced In Certificate No. 71S : : Ceuny Tat Carlo.test. Claim I or ftmande Against Haiti r .tat?
or other solid object at No"sJ64 laau.d't'h.;:
any I
7th day of August,
The aaaciument of Paid prnp.rty underhe You and oath of yuu, an henly i.itllled CLEAN RAGS WANTED Will
that speed you and your car will said. Certificate lulled. was In the A. D. IMS, h.. filed Mme In my .office ,, and required to present any claim and utver
end h.. made application fora too ded exchange subscription fir
be smashed as irreparably as I if ""LotaYandV I Clock. 22, North Miami I .n he issued 'Ihereun. Raid Ortlflri em. have itananda analnat which, :::..or. of either..of. >U ui Hurl met using! for clean mgi Leader

you had driven oat the top of a I Hlihlandi Plat I Hook tl, Fan 7, In Frame the fnllowinp deers/hd rr nperlyt a ley dMHued lam of Dad. County, II"rlda.
ten-story the Count "r Dade, Kilt of Florida, the County of Dade, Stata of Merida, ,oto the Hoi \V. F lilanl.n, LOUIIJ lulu.' Enterprise.
building I a. nnbrand In Certificate. No. rill of Dade County. and tile the same In his I _
3. True. But don't park under a Th. amazement of said property .n. Int. K to 14 Blk 28 North tlmmlHlihlandi offlaa In the County Courthou.e In Dade
Ui. sold Cortlflcata .laatwd was In a Hoaub.. Plat Honk: IS, County. Florida, within altht calendar WANTED TO JUTCash
tree. |
name of : Unknown Pan 7, fWIL.n. 7.0. Township 01! month' from the dat. .,f the tint i'uhllca.
....... .,, ,.." '... Lots 4 to 11. Block tt, North : .14'1 !South Range 41 F.a.l In the Countyof lion h.r.of. Said claim .r ,I. man,I. t"
: I Hlrhland*. Plat Book 2ft Pane 7. Dad. Slat of Morlda contain the' ) l.tal adds a. of the lalmatil on ban'el-head for ,
of aald property under ...... i r' bIt1fO8
the County: of find. state of .hI-m :: and to b. ut and preMnteit aa afunraald
LEGAL NOTICES an embraced In Crrtlflrato No. issued waa In the nam. .. or .."'" will .b. iHirred ... gnlionS pump. Write Box; 734,
of oft Harry W. SWkiwVnleaa of \Ita 11/1' prubau Act
&Ih. aaaeaanmt said property under
JljOTIU: 01' APpLI'AT"11 FOR OR"'R the alil Certificate I.. .... was In the Mid ..rtltI.... hall] .W redeemed Dated In. 17 A. 1>. 1114(1' Homestead. (O'j7-l:!
01' 'Moo ..I : Unknown. .ntnllr.: law, the prep.sty dwcrlbdth.r ILLA H MAKkl.bY
t ..
In... Lou U17 lo 21. niock 29 North odd n the It silizat bidder of A. Admlnf.lratrli nf the Estate. of
Miami Highland. Plat Duns II, Pane ih. Court house Mrs. >n the first V ntday James M. Uarkler, Kr.pa..d. LEGAL XOTICKNOTKB
pETFRIION, Son.r Child Ii:: T.
by : .
In the month of A"." '. 1H4II, which la
PETERSON aDd WANDA UINOR 7. In the County of riad. state ofFl First Publication "n J... SIll"-"
1'J1n-RHON.: "nda. aa embraced In Certificate No. .the Mh day "f Au.u.t Illu I tJuim 21. >. July 5. I.. llili\ i
Dated this IDth day of June 'I04H.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 71* Th. aaeeam.nt of Bald property I Or APPI II iTION
under the raid Certificate band Or ""rlllAnO'liI'R
Notice la hereby alien that E T Prt.r. Clerk if Circuit I Court lit til
son and Wanda Elinor Peterson, bl, wits, ID the name oft Unkno. Dade C.. Florida. TAX IIU.II Chapter I'I5 \<"i, "
both .,1 Miami Pad County. Florida will Iota 4. Wock JI North Miami .... imty iCircuit i No. 28159 File A.J0o'Notice '.
Highlands, Plat nook 25 Pate 7. In Court .1. 1 Notlco la has n that l'. <> Jen I I. .hereby
on the std day of July. A. It lD4t ., or turn that I "iley .
aa N C 8TFRRBTT. [
the County nf Dad.. Stale of Florin. By : I. C nines. holder u if Cly r f Iflaleahla I holder ,
Boon thereafter aa tame can ... h..rd. : lualprfr if State and ( o.u0' l lliflrat I..
fJuna .
p II 1. U July 5 II, IMIliNOTirrt
aent to on. of the Judges of the Circuit aa embraced 'In c.I1..... No. 717. ,i xnlflntoa Numbered l"l>5' and I J'm.I; Ho I4U laaurnl .lie. '" d
Court: of the. Steven Judicial Circuit m The assessment uf bald property under dated the lat day if Auau-i, A. U I' Auto A. D Mil, has n-, ti ... o,.. '''
and for Dad. County Florida' at M,an). I Ih. *aid Certificate .loud was In the : OF APPliCATION( i i has flll laid nrtlflraun, In m deed / .n.11 office. and haa made ap:111-1:i; rta .
Horlda I ,a petition and: ( applliallon', aeelrlliBn name .0tl' Unknown.L. FOR TAX DEED I i has made application I for tai h. tune > dead to h* mini ."uncaU No .If,
Block 2H North Miami Chapter 17457 Act. cf IMS 1 thereon In ,onlanc I with law 'SaW o
Order and Dearer authorizing and de.creelni 1 lo 10. a. irrtlflraloa I nbracea the Mlwin. l If i
the rid petitioner of Huh. ,d>. Plat Book 2A. P... 7. In File No. A 5977Natl. ....h... the following dia rlbeilproperty arty In the County uf 1), |, ,, .p.t
the male minor'Jo."hltl. now known aa the C ..unty of t>ad.. State of Florida. ""n\I.\ hvrrhy Proven that W Russell .Ituated' In Bad. County. 11./1/ ', ., to.wllt
Villliam Ennla Paterson : and an Order. aa embraced In Certlflcat. No Tl" Him. : of State and County Tax I' .J.. avows : I Lot S' Block S3 North Mian?' H 1
uthofxi'a the name of the said Th. aaaeaamf nt of paid property ender Crrllflc.t. No KTIl Issued the 5th day o fiAuitiat Lot Block I. Mlh Street Ltwni, Inside, a Ua ukdn : Islet ,:
k. William I Ennia minor the said' I rertlflcat. issued woo In the A D 1185, had filed same In my I In the !;n if HlaJeah, County ufPad 1. in the C.. ., of Dad.hAnte. of
Desert at Miami t.dn"::: ; Florida. name "I' ('.bo..... ,ifflr.. and haa made application for a ) state Florida a. embraced In Cer. FloridaIke .
thla l nth day if J in., A D 1HO Valor said cerUflratM .ball bo redeemed. I tax deed Ui be laved thereon bald Certlf- silicate loin. H '6ft. Th. __m.nl..f The assessment "f said p.. '.? .y ...I.t
F. T. PETERSON: .' the property described seta embraces the followlnadeacrlbrdj said rly l under the said C.nlfl./ / said _".... leaned *u '" 'hof amf
WANDA F11NOR PETERSON therein nnr.id. lo the hitheet bidder at I property In the County if Hade, State, "f sate laud: was In 155' name tit I'n.known. I i Unho ...
AARON M. KANNrK: the Court botia. doer on the tint Monday Florida, to-wit : I I VnlaM. said ..rtlfI.... alial! W rod I Ia. 'no""
Attorney for Petitioner. In the month .f Au....'. 10tO. which I. Lots 21 and 22 Blirk I I. Miami land : Lot 6. Frock 4, Mth street UwniIn ,ordln ui law the I- 1
TO Hlarayn. BulldlnaMiami th Nth day of Annat. 1010. a De> Co Rnbdn. fiction 1", Township the City of HiaLah' County of Dade therein will ba aM ui the hcbrat: ,l.:.1'l ltha :
riorUa. DOled this tells_ day nfJm.OR.M.A.BERGEI... 1040 17 South, Range 69(! ra.t Plat i I fltat. of r-lorlda I aa embraced In Con Court bodies door on the fir. Mlei
Quite 21. an, July t, 12 IK. 1010)) R LEATHF.RIIAN.Clrrk : D.k 0. Peter 10. In the County ofD tint ate N<". I..*n. Tk aaalaaaMnt "f I In the month of Antuat. IBI" ? ith. i
ot I'"rult ire, .de, II..t. Ohrids.a.a.arm.nt 1 aid under the Mid Certlfl till day ,if AiwiMt 1H4H
NOTfcr op APP irATios' Dab County. F'Iorho.Cimeit '. nf Mid. property indiNEUT. r t cote In the name c.( I'n. Dated able 19th ,dr' June .
Court I Ia1. b.ro n. E 5. LRAIIiI I 10i: i
Chapter 17t 7--Act* it lilil N. C ATF.RRT" D 1 ,01... Paid ("...tll....... .hall ... ... (;lest "r It 1iUP
mtkf A.S"' ,Ought 01 all. July 8. 12. 11401 d'.m'.' -odlas. to Iaw. I.. deed wall, ja."It 1'bun,"
Notice art Freoerlek It "n the II.th day nI July. A. D. CImult' C..t.1" .1ft.
r floor ..:' r of M . tiunty Tax 1140.. N I STlltft ,
Certificate. No.2' 1 I.".,,, .,o andfit G. BALLNOTARY 0. Ith day "t JimA.. 1'1 19101t 1 1t June tI !. list tI

.ot July A. n. ii- .. ,.. film .nm it :. RMAN, ___ ___ 0rnt
'lit.. and tin med I apptli. ...tl.in f, u I ci,,d:'tTI At 0 :att..I.I
Ul deed to Iw Issued Uurftni 4aid Can,,,. 11,1.1s.imvl
sale embraces the following d*.. rlbed property Dentist PtBlICF' I T"N I I ::In.r oU olct
in the Countif Bade, floe.. of I' ST TT. ) "
yltrfU t<..wl n. 14 2'' .'. J I, ., ,
Lot I. I, : Am. PI.t..: "h I

I I PI.,, In. .the r, oountr' do., rt of., ,Dads Book, 8t-I in .."r" I Office Hours 8:30: 4:30 I Insure ;ice and JE ? 1E

11.l do.I I
The aaee.Mtr.ent of -H 1 Kindrc4 !'Jncs .'
piier Doc"
Valional Bank
Firs First Choice
,flip ,d rartiftcate VH V the n J. ,c31.' 1
upi. ".. J"I Q
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be Ins to law. the 'ipete a".,.. L1Rii1ingr I Among Boy MagazinesBoYs' \ l
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Page Eight THE LEADER-FN'TFTirRISE ._.._ c -:..

Five Japanese Beetles Discovered oust"

. In State; Two Trapped
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Gainesville, Fla., June 20..-Th golf greens Severe Injury alsd,9 ANKLIN'Have
been mulcted on beans and other vege
beetle bus
dreaded Japanese !
table crops and on ornamentals. I
funclln Florida. Discovery of two Insecticides fumigants,applied .
beetles each at Miami and Jack- to the toll,and sprays and dus c on You Tried Ehler's Coffee Yet?
onvllle and ont at Tampa in con- foliage are the only known means
nection with the statewide trapping -, of controlling this pest. GRADE ALL
activities of the U. S. Bureau Plant Commissioner Newell said ,t Coffee 111 .5c
'uf Entomology and Plant Quarantine that until more beetles are? was reported to the lUte In the traps and any actually ,
plant board at Itt June session by in tested areas can be located .
Ur Wllmon Newell plant commuoner and their limits determined, the Any Brand Factory Packed Kills Insects
Previously the beetle had expenditure of funds m attempting
;een and found Atlanta.far south di Charlestun lo apply treatment. would not biwiirranted MILK3cans..l9c Sugar51bs Gulf Spray)

t Covered This destructive In the pest United was State first ___ _-25c Pt. can ... .25c[
'11 i Ins the summer of 1D18 in a WHO WOUe1iepe
'wry near Rnerton N J. It .sliced 41
to !lime entered the
untry about the roots of azalea
i Japanese Iris from Japan priori The font of electricity will be 'DON'T rOICff IRRADIATED CAtNATION MIU"
'" 1912. Since then it has been reduced greatly once the srrrrt of I VfVTTtTTryTTTTTTrrTTTTTTTTTTyTTTrTT'y'TyyTTTrDINTY
<'mud In 23 states and the District cold light Is solved. 1 1I MOORE 1'j-lb. ran
,>' Columbia, and if severe from I The cost t of entertainment ,
I and Meat Balls .17c
Spaghetti .
diltimore: to New York City. within the reach of all via r jio.
Tile adult beetles feed on leaves Nowhere will your dollar buy more(
rivers or fruits of about 279 dif-I actual value than In keeping your I FOR DC 1VXK ICC CftCAM StN-BtRST: -| r>
R-cnt kinds of planti It la par- radio in repair Call US for
Bartlett Pears No. 2/ IOC
ticularly injurious on the silks of prompt service on all makes JELL-OFREEZING can
sweet or field corn preventing I L C. DODD RADIO SALES A ';
proper pollination and grain letting SERVICE Fennell MIX :3 cans WEST FARMS No. I Cans
Peaches, apples. plums and 20' N. Krwne Ave., Homestead'
rose foliage, buds and flowers are Phone 514 .25c"CM.SWOOMafASYONAR.t j
among its favorite plants.
The beetle grubs live In the ARMOUR'S

of ground grasses and in severely pasture damage, lawns roots and I ,; TV JELL-0 A"NEW Tomato Juice, 3 giant 25c ':

-' PUDDING.. ANO CORN or PEAS, 2 cans. 19c, i


ATTENTIONDADE 3 OR'17cVesson\ Oil pt. can 25c


Growers : : 2 No. 2 2
I I BaRnnci> Peaches cans 27

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Fancy Blue Rose Colden-Ripe Cobbler,
Our Southeastern divisional office at Keni i ;J

dall, Florida, will remain open throughoutthe I I RICE Bananas PotatoEs

summer for the benefit of those growers I 5 Ihs. . .21c 3 lbs. . 13c 10 Ibs. ___ .25c
j i\ho might be interested in discussing with :

us their 1910-1911 marketing problems. I FOR DIEPIRTIVO, CAKE ;MAKING .

t Pay Us. A Visit I I : Tex 3 CAN 41c A CARNIVAL OF



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Sales Manager \ -
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........................................................................ ROLL BUTTER, lb. ._ 3IC: CONCENTRATED to.DEXTER ;:;;;.

pL1s SUPER SUDS 21 c

Spinal Adjustment Sliced Bacon, lb. 2:1c: KlEK(a1) > Pkf
(Chiropractic) ELECTED I9ct

Corrects the Cause of Disease FRESH TONGUES, lb. - 19 C a OCTAGON H
& SOAP 21 c21c
HEALTH FOLLOWS' TilE real cause of most diseases CUT FROM BR\VUED: Bur: ::1 I _
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=IN:ws:: nerve leading from the spinal column Chuck Roast lb. 27c GI\; POWDER |
I'IIrIlliUl\lll: < becomes impinged between :

::: the vertebrae and the organ i SELECTED OCTAGON 1 torIIG'S !
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,= trouble, kidney trouble heart i'I ILK FED-HONED AND ROLLED KWCWlOCTAGON. 'Ie. pk,.

= trouble, etc., according to the i iI VEAL ROAST, lb. .n. __- 29c "i Cranslattd' 19c
I :.=. particular nerve impinged. : -
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you any
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jft relief try chiropractic. Call for thorough "s .,'
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I: ,3 cans .. 25c
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