The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00285
 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 28, 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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00285
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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PLANS SET FOR(Coroner'Woman Jury Took_ Finds Own Life' TO!: OPEN 5,000' :Ailing Weaker AJ BoliU Mayor Racket Fines FLAMES' RAZEBUILDING

i -- 1 1I | Two "Piece" Dispensers

I I Mrs Reba Susan Albury. 34'1 i
BIG JULY 4TH'1 of Tavernier, died at Post Gradu-I GLADE ACRES The ailing bouts racket in !: HIT
I ate hospital Thursday night l I, the negro district, weakenedby
week from the effects of wlf-.id- Mayor Tom Harri consistent -
ministered poison, a coroner's jury "crack-down In city
CELEBRATION I In the court of Justice of the Peace I FOR I court, took another turn for :: BY LIGHTNING
Sid L Kendrick decided Monday FARMING the worse Monday night
o night. Among those who testified I I Two partner In'a "piece'- j
at the hearing were Mia William I 1 -- -
I selling business, Willie Robinson -
Feast and Games Expected -! I. FUk. of the hospital, Dr. J. A. I Seven Miles of Roads, 14 and Louis Chapman, negroes Florida City Pac ,1' i n g

to Attract Large I Smithhe and Mr. Albury attended the victim, : of Ditches Begun South were found guilty by I House Loss Set

Crowds I Mr, Albury who Is postmaster at I j i Florida City the the mayor pair after dispensed police testified lottery at MOO

Tavernier, told of a suicide note
KEY WEST TO HELPIN he found< shortly after he had I I NEW TRACT EXTENDS ern numbers among their brtth- LOCAL UTILITIES HIT

OBSERVANCE taken his wife to the hospital and ,. EAST FROM HIGHWAY HY THUNDERSTORMCity
Penalties were $23 or 30 days
of her periods of despondency over
ill health I. for Willie and $20 or 20 days
Proceed of Day to Aid: --'- I Development May Pave for Louis.CHAMBER. Power Plant Cuts

;, Local Diamondball Way to New Park, Current as Measureof
Organization CENTERPIECE SET Belief PrecautionStruck

\' Plani are being completed forHomesteac IN I FOUNTAIN OF Construction of seven miles of by A bolt <-f .'? ,lag

. !'! Fourth of July celebration roadway and 14 miles of drainageditch TO BETTER PLAYAREAATSCIIOOL during an electrical and r a: rm
which will be marked Wednesday afternoon 1V.1I ,lug
with a program of picnic and LOCAL LIBRARY on virgin glade land live anda house of Giuseppe Tori .f.., a Flor

; athletic events, next Thursday.The half mile south of Florid City Ida City was destroy I'd ', (ire

public observance, the first I and .xtondlnllive miles eastward with a Ion of $4,000
In yean will be held under auspices The new centerpiece for the 'from the Oversea highway started With the exception of a n iibc/

of the Homestead Diamond- I fountain of the Lily LawrenceBow this week. A request to the Dad County; of trees hit by lightning! nc 'jifirrdamage \ \
i ball Association. It includes a Library was given the stamp I The work which It being done was reported in thi> ,lnIty .
gigantic barbecue and Brunswick i of approval by Mrs. Eve Alsman by Quinn, Inc., for the Model Land school board to authorize top-soil- Cordon Ivy, superlnU! lent
. stew feast in the city park at I Fuller of Jacksonville I I state supervisor .Company, will open up 5,000 acre Ing of the playground at the Neva of the local light and ponei :plant:
I noon, a baseball game) In the aft- of the Florida art project ol of land for farming purposes. King Cooper school will be made turned off electrical curren' i* a
ernoon and a diamond ball at i the WPA, yesterday when she precautionary meaiure durlna the
One of the new road will extend by I committee of the Redland
, night visited Homestead on a state-wide storm. Three telephone nci' put
from the eastern boundary of the District Chamber of Commerce asa :
tour of
Inspection. out of commission blowi
The Junior Woman' Club will development to Card Sound The by uses
: Mrs. Fuller who cam here from result of action taken at I meetIng Included In the packing ruse
give a dance on the night of July sound at this point I I. virgin fishIng -
I 1 3, at a prelude to the celebration Key West called on Mayor Tom ground' and the area on the of the chamber Monday night loss were 1,300 field cratea ill
I Plant also are being made to Harris and Councilman W. R. Bird, shore and water has potsibilitie W. W Allan, president of the: number of rolls of papei tf>s

stage field events, F. D. Mock after the had surveyed the new as a public park, A. R. Livingston chamber, appointed C. J. Parmnn' chlnery and other equlpmen ue
decoration and commended them I saved by volunteer drenu:
president of the taid of Homestead
association supervising engineer -
W. Morris
and Benjamin at a
Mr. Torclse .
said his
for such In the
"attaining beauty
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Proceed from the feast and said. There is sand on the mittee to contact the board.
library and Its surroundings Dally covered by inturan lit
beach and could be obtained
garnet will be used to meet a more
. "Florida leads all the other states Need of the top soil was pointedout was sitting In his rest*u ran', ih
deficit In the from a point not far he
operating fund of away
in art activities. I am proud to out. by Mr. Morris who said the he operate near the ,. ,cog
the dlamondball pointed I
association, he
I add Homestead to the list of state greater portion of the area where house, with a group of fi rids,
laid. Preparations are being madeto the children play 1* composed of when beard
art centers, which Includes Key he lightning ke
accommodate a record crowd. West, Bradenton, Jacksonville, NAVY IS GIVEN bedrock or loose stones Children At first he thought M '. .let
The baseball game will be played I New Smyrna Beach, Ocala, Pen- are frequently Injured by falling been hit but in even .tr)
at 3 p. m., between a Key West sacola, St. Petersburg and Tampa," on the rock, h* told. he noticed smoke issuing .. ",
team and a local team composedof she said. SIGNAL TO BEGIN Thomas E. Kirby, secretary pocking house He tekpi, I .n
picked players. The same teams I The fountain centerpiece Is a I read a letter from J. Lamar Tax-I alarm to the Hum te..il : da -
will play a diamondball gum at work of the sculpture division of AQUEDUCT WORKCongressional ion, chairman of the Dude County partment.The .
8 o'clock the i night.Presbyterian the WPA art project at Coral board of commissioners, saYing Homestead fir "I", 'I,
f'Gables It weighs 2,000 pound that the chamber' request bore only a skeleton ere.., Die
Missions and stands five feet on a two-foot approval of the completion of the Homestead B..0-r way to the fire because :n' Ice-

Officer to Speak Here pedestal.I supplemental defense measure Including frunt Park was forwarded to the trlcally-operatcd 8lren..t "d.
Represented on the piece i I. an $2,000,000 for constructionof county budge board. The request, quarter, used to indie,.',* t1) location '

Dr. Egbert Smith field secretaryof owl, symbolic pf wisdom, upon an aqueduct from the mainlandto was contained in a letter sent UJ of a blaze, tta.IT tue
foreign missions of the Presbyterian which rests a globe, with a com- Key West last Saturday has the commissioners by the chamber to the cut-off current. The row
church will speak at the plete relief map of the world. given the navy department the several weeks ago. Frank B Rue, was augmented by Florida i 1.ltyvolunteera.
Homestead Presbyterian Churchat The owl stands on book Homestead signal to start the work, a member of the budget board .
city workmen brought the sold the board took no action on
8 o'clock
Friday night 5.
July The project which Is planned to
HIs subject will be "The World centerpiece by truck from Coral be completed within 12 months, the mutter at a recent meeting THE WEATHER
Crisis and the Church Today Gables and placed it Tuesday will Its water from Home- The meeting voted to hold the
.. get the 01/101.1 .'h.; ;;.;;,.t ,
-- rep .h. F."" 'I '.1
By reason of his extensive trav- DRUNK NEGROES FINED stead-Florida City area. membership ,,,drive dining the Eteerieel i ,. ,.
els the world month of July. Mr. Allan selected "1lla11:1'5:7.u; .
throughout Dr. Smith Four Perrine negroes arrested A senate-addrd proviso that the 'al. Her sears
Paul' Loaner, Juice 21 I 04 i 84 i21J'18:
it well qualified to speak on hit while Mrs. Cina Stewart
in an automobile which Marshall work may be undertaken In cooperation -
Jr. Bud Harden June 2:1: I 9:1: I 65 3'1 flO
chosen topic, ayt the Rev. Geo. William J. Geronimo of with the Florida Key Robert Glenn ants -
H. Ricks, past. of the church. He Florida City overhauled after a Aqueduct Commission, a state as team cnptalnt Mho in turn June 23 I 110 I 68
it one of thi most fascinating'I are to select their team members June 24 I 95 68 364"
were fined In the Florida agency, was passed with thf gc-
speakers In t 1.0' South and it will I City court by Mayor L. R. Becker queduct item. The losing team it to be host to June 23 I 191 73 29,99
be I privilege to hear him, the I Monday. I the other three teams at a social June 26 1 92: 72 34 1:1 1.1;
pastor pointed I "jut I Charles Walker, driver of the Navy officials have informed S. event at the end of the campaign June 27 I I 170 ::31[, 11 Is
I P. Robmeau of Miami counsel for
Dr. Smith i as held the position car, fined --
wa 130 and given 30
the state commission that it will
of executive ".J field secretary of, d"ysln Jail on I charge of driving I '
consider a proposal for co-opera- Free Lessons in hand to Be GivenHere
foreign miser i n- for more than 30 while drunk. Ida May Allen Liz tion under which the rommMon I
years. He soul be in Miami two zie Allen and Hattie Allen
will the ,. This Summer Walter Manor
use tentatively appm c.l by
churches before of tie! starting southern a states.visit to i' drunkenness given $10 fine on wer'l I RFC loan of $1,000,00 and will I
facilitate aquiiition of state-owned
right of ways. I Boys and girls of the Rcdland 'Pupil who would IIKO b fo-
Clarence J. Parman District will again be given the gin the study of I band niitrunt
I as New I opportunity of continuing their and who don't own an ,inttrur'"nt
Head of Homestead Police Arrest Negro music through the u m m I r will be able to purchase new Instruments -
Rotary Club For Robbing Grocery i month, Walter Marlor of the at a school Int. II;
purchase used li trui it I
-- WPA muiU i loject ha returned clAn
C..ire-net J. Parman wa Installed to work for a multl-laned highway John Dawson, negro, was banal< I I to Homes id after a six weeks' a low coal ','!. t'* mont! ,.
a* p''evident of the Homestead from Miami couth so that tourist over to the criminal court <>' 'absence t) take up JIll duties M intensive sic lady, the ut-
Rotary Club at a meeting Wed trade to this area will not be discouraged record under a bond of $230 i band and instrumental instructor. will be abl .1 slay m the" t, <.>'
nesday -light a'tencti by the Rotary by the dangerous narrow he was arraigned la the e' ui t ot j I "Mr. Marlor comes highly rec- band that iiuch sooner
Annsj, I ,tall".' a* vice- one-lane road now existing Justice of the Peace SIr. nded and his work In the All band students and th-,* w
president wa George N. Wake- On the musical program were: drick yesterday on. n 'I' of post ha spoken wU for him." said wish to begin study of an instrument -
field and a* secretary-treasurer, a lyre olo by Ann Rheney and a breaking and entering ..ixl disorderly Mrs. Margaret Mills, Homestead art asked to meet in the
George M. Fri violin 5',10)1 Roy Nelson, with conduct. I High School band and music instructor Homestead High I School music

The gavel wa ..,"we! over to piano accompaniment by Mr*. Dawson wa said to we broken Drawing from ,the room at 130 Tuesday Jury 2, in i
the new president by Chit H. Adrian Jacob!; and a piano selection Into the grocery store of J. S. school bond of Perrtn, Redumd.SjB.1 order to get schedules irrtinnrtf.
SteffAnl, outgoing president by Mrs. Julian H. Webster, ChambUss, in the f'fjo iect.on; I tloiorauMd, then should be The lesson w'U! be given on Tutil > ,
J O. Preston former director of the club' pianist and stolen a quantif of cl-a tr- .ii least forty or fifty band mem- and FrMy flf each w ek.
zoning for Dad County Wit the Favor which conUlad paper and $1.81 in cash. Chief ui Tol. I,,'" ready to begin playing in a There will b* a small fee charged]
speaker of the eye'1,nc lie told cap, confetti, balloons, horn and O. H. SI.IUlvlIJaDd Patrolman J. I. summer bw,<.d that could furnish for each pupil In order to defrayMr.
'of the benefit to i ed from other noise makers contributed to Coker arrested. the negro at hi. I music and 'I ogram for various Marlnr1 transportation. epenee -
zoning and urged South Daden the fun part of the program. home. occasion *.



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rage Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, June 28, 1940

TURNER HONORED died Tuesday at his tome. Funeral
SINCLAIR FILLING I SEARS MANAGER HONORED Vernon W. Turner, son of Mr. I services were held yesterday

and Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, Jr., of I J. W. Garrett was at the bedsideof

i STATION LEASEDBY Homestead a freshman in the college his brother at the time of death.

of law at Stetson University His wife and their daughter, Miss

was one of two students of his Oveda Garrett, and son, Charney

JOAN E. DAVISJohn clan to receive honor distinction Garrett, went to Orlando Wednesday .

I which Is accorded students making ,
d t tI an average of B in academic

E. Davie, who has had :!ix i work, according to an announcement -

:years of experience operating I of Dean Charles G. Smith of

Ice stations In Lima Ohio. hat I the university.

leaned the Sinclair Service Station
on South Krom avenue from the I I L. C. GARRETT DIES aymus

Sinclair Refining Company |I L C Garrett, 49, of Orlando, F 1 "-" N.

Mr Davis came to Homestcidenrly I I brother of J, W Garrett of Homestead ay S MIVMIAV.Closing ,

In May with his wlfo and and a frequent visitor here.
three children after wrote,
a I I d ';
spent In Key Went home of Mi

Di\li' parenta The remcn .i! to:
I South Florida was motivated b.i

tJIA equable climate of thin :tr.1> I

.1 factor Important to the health of I 'ea 2t N. Miami Ave

their children! Mr. Davis Bald

No partners or backers are associated -

with Mr. Davis In the
ownership and operation of the Reading left to right, John Morrli, managing director of the I PRICES'SLASHED

Sinclair' Service Station Miami Chamber of Commerce; John Hall, president of the Miami ,.
Chamber of Commerce; Don K Miller general manager of the X

Sales of Frigidaire South Florida group, Sears Roebuck and Co.; and Dan J. Mahoney I

Ice-president and general manager.of the Miami Daily
Total 100,000 in May News, and president of Station WIOD where the broadcast was

I made.
More than 100.000 Frlgldalre
household refrigerators were told A plaque honoring him as the,, which names of chain store manalert '!

during the month of May more chain store manager in Miami whtf who have performed outstanding -

than were told by dealers during did the most constructive work as.community civic service would be '

the year up to and Including a builder In 1939 was1 placed. Nominees for the roll were

1928, It was announced by Frank presented to Don K. Miller manager received from every trade center.

Webb manager of the Homestead of Miami Sears, Roebuck & The Miami chamber was asked by

Furniture Company, which distributes Company.John the magazine this year to name
Fngldaire here. the manager who merited national NEW MANCHIROPRACTIC Bargain
Hall, president of the
Early In May the Frlgidalre factories recognition, and Mr. MdJer& was 100
Miami Chamber of Commerce,
set the goal at 100,000. giving selected. daily
presented the award to Mr. Miller
Mr Miller fostered the idea of TablesNEWT.
each district a quota with the restores thousands of
during a broadcast over WIOp in making Miami's Retail Merchants
request that every effort be made behalf of Chain Stare Age national sick and ailing people to
Association of the Chamber
that it be attained, Mr. Webb laid a part -
Zany this month announcementwas chain store merchandising of Commerce and was instrumental health. Many had tried

made that tales publication which sponsored the In setting up the Miami else
May bad exceeded contest. everything? in vain. -
the 100,000 mark. convention bureau which has Just
'We realize that attaining the Two years ago Chain Store Age completed its first six months of Don t say you can't get

Inaugurated its roll of honor I successful rid of trouble
100.000 goal! was a great accomplishment on operation. your or-

and we are very proud ganic or otherwise, until G. BALLNOTARY
Frank T. Budge BrotherOfMrs.B.A.WaIdinIies enterprise as a business man is a
ef it, Mr. ,
Webb said. "We
are have
: building, on the northeast corner you given
in of
a communication from PUBLIC
i of Flagler street and Miami avenue practic a chance.Consultation .
the I
company extending congratu- I which he erected 1 in 1900 The
lations for our effort In helpingto Frank T. Budge, Miami hard- without
!structure is the only one on the
achieve this goal:' ware merchant, who died last week obligation.Hours Fire Insurance and
block that has not been altered. ,
after being identified with the
I '-U 1-5 1-8
LEGAL NOTICES Mr. Budge often visited Mrs. : ; ; Kindred Lines
growth of Miami for more than 44 Sundays by Appointment
.. years was a brother of Mrs B. A. j Waldin who is a prominent grove
UTUk or APPI ICATION Waldin owner and clubwoman of the Red- Dr. R. J. Elliott
KIN TAX UH: .., of West Waldin drive
Chapter 17.67A. ,". ?f 19SJ Homestead I land District and took keen interest 15 N. Krone Ave.ka.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAAAAAAA.aAA 1
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In this area. I II Home Bid*. Homestead Fla.
ha. li kmbir .iv.n that L. B 8tan. He helped draw up Miami's city . . .
.M. 10. '..IVr of State and County To. Cr.lie charter and was a member of the I He died at his home. 600 AI- .
raft 1,7.. 700.
7"V. 71. 711
7'1.' ',., ?Ia. 71k. TIT and \ 711. city council. A monument to his hambra Circle, Coral I Gables.
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Attpmet. A D. logo, *has filed : Funeral services were held JuneTurner's i
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ram. my and I
ti fur a tun area I. boo lend I.appik......... The .Mid>oft CllikM! .'nl"*"' was '* thenom. 1 20( .
Haid. IrMiflratM ..11nriUd .b,... the fuiluwlnr, do- Val."i laid .rllfkatM hall k* redeemed I

..... ,.I property Florida,. ..It....11.the County o' Dad.. h.r.ln' nllr k.I lav.sold to the the propane hlfhnt described b..lW r at.] fI' .
,Uta I to to Block II North Miami the Court hoi*. door on the first "day 1! '
Funeral Home
H .hl..d.. a Suadn flat Book U.uaihr In the month ol August 1940 which tm:
Pane 1. I" the County .of DaJe. state the tin dar of Au.u.1. 1MO ,

I; ;:.Florida 707. Th., a. ::::, ':, lertllYtt.: Listed thin llth .day H. of LEATHERMAN.Jun.. l*
arty. ih. Mid (."1'''.,. .k.u.dtons Clerk ol Circuit I Court,I I! Lady Attendant I II
In the name of: Unknown D.d. Cviintr Florida 1 I .
Lots to 11. Block ID, North MIAMI Circuit Court llral.II .
Phone 564-R Homestead Fla.BIRD'S 1
Hnhlandi. a Hubdn. Plat book IS. N. c STERnrrr, ;n. C ', -t
Pas,. 7, inth.lo nt..fU.d.. state ei< (II... II. ts July I. U. 140 a aaago
JlurWa' M ...br..... In rnrirau
is. Th auM n..nt of aid pr,,. .
undo the said Orliric.t ...
.... ...... oft Unkn... |MU | Wl
lU IS lo II. ni....k I*. Monk N"I
H..hl...... a Subdn. Plat Hook fill.
P... T. t. the County 01 n.de. @
01 FI.IoI. .. embraced I. c.rtlr.....
No. 700. The a..m.nt of said pn p.
sits under the told 'mildest@ issue !

ni Lou In 1..v.; ...Klerk of I'nknown U North Miami I IHI.hl.ndo. IndorsedUSED

a Subdn Plot Rook 25. )
Paso 7. In the t'.aunty "f Dad. state I
ft rlotlda a..mhnr.d In C.rtlflral
No 'III Th. a''_m.nt of rid pr uiiirr the sod C.rtin..1N4. I t
was I. the name f 1'nknown CARS
Late I to t RI' k North Miami \
H.nhlan,. a'8,1-In,, 20i i'lal, H,..,) II, I J
I'.8. 7, a the ol D. '.,
.nty F-i
of Florida. a. .n'.racnt: > In <-: n,(.,::: i! vac used e. e always rep'eoo.. Mid Yalue bat tie
Nc. 711 The. _..'OI.n' uf ..14 p .warty ones listed Tow irv uamniallr choice and we recommend -

.. I.usdre name.ho ..hi'rll'lo.r. l'sknwn-tee 1oo.1N4 I' any err of trJ for ,....- consideration. !
..," the.,. tu Sr. 141-k !" 1'/",,_ little ?
home c"
Miami Hlahlssd' rt 14..<11 rS. Pace you want a year own

'1 n.. .nil.In the, aa .County..b,.....,f In(>I.010.'.rtil.*<"..*..No". j ........ ......... ......so. .................. You can make tba: dream COT ,o true on the
7. Th. aaMMntnt of Mid >sett
In nl.r the the sold :CIf ln> nrn... .la.;...| u FHA PU Begi to build right now. Live

lota r.t Plat Block Rouk I 'I.North Pan I' !I.Jrbialanda. J935 m lICK 4-DOOX T .UIUNG SI L.\N- in 'our nw n horr* and enjoy it-while you
the Could; of Pad.. Star of r daa > !
The amaracvd s. .n"ur":I : :, 7.operty.u No..d.1h. in I excellent ron*..lioni; very cheap. I pa; for it conveniently of your income

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same oft i Uaknowa.Lot. I

Hklan.. I and. Plat I. Hi k k*W I.,.Monk Put Miami t. InIK I 1M3 BUICK 2-DOOtt TOUU.NG; S-: UNwell You'll tw su1 .rised w' t r lovely home
c-..., of IJo Ie. Rut af Fta-hl. you

"a.,.*embre..d__*In,f CIf"1', *M rofirky/......II tae* cared for; .. relint (vnditi. .l. Very can PLoY fo- ,with the mt! 'money. We can '*'.
the red C.rtl..caw .Jetted va*, I* UM
I'' bate set..V nka*.'. ... cheap. JHfIMS show yor *tow to Hilld-ia comfort and econ-
Lot 4 11. aback n North ML !
b.kUxkv. Plat Book li. Pa*. t. right from the -tart \nd we'll explain
.F taw County of Dada Slat at """"... or
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W f wtw....IW CIJE'-iiOLhT NA' '1.> jt HA .a'lan for building a modern small
1 j ...ot Core lMt* -
I" mines of.IS-U VakaMra.Lav M II.. lI .k It Nvk I lo KJlike a new >Ih> ; < xcc'Vnt' condition. home on your h'.dget.- .

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flush Pot V Si. >
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lye rid .rttrkas wad Van 1ft.... I Lumber.'Compan3
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b...... Pie seek II, M ,. I. HOMESTEAD PHONE
the Owl af Dade _ta<* *< P rid. .. j OPPOSITE TAG :AGENCY II I
a. *mkr .i4 ta COTUfwat. N.. lit.at I
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Friday, June 28. 1940 ________----THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pajre Three

Government Sensing Trouble Ahead Kato of Orlando.At gram You sold cookies and helped Seybold Building, Miami, Fla. For
the close of the meeting lilies earn the funds that have made the transportation contact Mrs. Harvey .
Boosts C. M. T. C. Enrollment Claim Small the leader was presentedwith '|summer program possible-now Cossman troop committee
a lovely gift by Marl Rogers I I enjoy It. Study your program, fill chairman and she'll arrange a I
In behalf of tits Girl Scout troopto ,Iin blanks for the activities you way for you."Yours .
express appreciation for her want and mail them to Girl Scout for fun and good scoutIng -
(Writing to the Leader-Enterprl M on June 24 from Fort Screven I great Interest shown during the Council of Dade nty. Inc, 721 .
Ga, where he If a chaplain in the Citizens Military Training Camp) recent scout camp. .a

The) C. M. T. C. this year hal lice up, after which they have set- Many of the mothers and several '
been delightful. We have the Ing up exercises. Then they go to of the fathers were present I
largest enrollment that we have drill and lectures until 11:30 a. m.. The following Information and InnOUncenlentI
ever had because the governmentseems when they come In, and prepare Instructions have been received
to appreciate that there maybe for dinner, At about 10 o'clock 'from our leader, Miss Mildred
trouble, although they do not each morning, a half pint of milkIs Small, who is now In Miami: I I
specify from what direction. served to each of the boys on "1. Next Monday, July 1, any
Last year we had about SOD boys, the field where they are drilling I number o& you juniors or seniors i JOHN E. DAVIS
this year, we have about 630. This, and plentiful food, has been ,be at Hialeah Riding Academy at
I have recently made a religious the cause of a remarkable Improvement ,9 a. m. Instruction is free, but a
census of the group, either interviewing *I I In the appearance of stable charge of 50c Is required Has Leased the
them In person or else I the whole body. Those that needed :I will meet you there and ride
having them Interviewed by some flesh, have put It on, and those too.
one else, and find that 72% are who were too stout, have worked I "2. You may enter free tennis SINCLAIR SERVICE STATIONFrom
members of some church, and only much of It off so that they are classes at the Water Tower, Cpco-
1% claim they do not go to any In the best of health. nut Grove, every Tuesday and
church when at home. Some of Each Sunday we have had a Thursday mornings at ':30 o'clack. the
my cards were mislaid, so that the Bible class of about sixty after I Bring your racket.
numbers here do not account for the church service and each Sun- I "3. Our reservations for the I
alt. Fourteen Christian denominations day we have had a little devo- I astronomy classes are O. K. We Sinclair Refining Co.
are represented at follows: tional service as well as several must be at Bayfront Park at (
Baptists 239; Methodist 179, times during the week, which has !, p. m. on July II, IS and 23 I
Roman Catholic 69; Presbyterian, been well attended. : "4. We must take our aquatic and will be glad to service your car with the
52; Episcopal 42; Christian, 24 Last Friday night we had the course at the Homestead pool Instruction -
Others represented are Lutherans, I first C. M. T. C. dance, with the I in swimming, diving I high quality SINCLAIR GASOLINE, OILS
Congregationalists, Christian Scientists ,orchestra which we organized acrobatics and life
saving will be GREASES and other products.We .
I furnishing the music.!. Another
Adventists, Greek Orthodox taught by a professional twice a
Holiness, Church of God and I dance, scheduled.. Boxing begins week from July 22 through August
Nazarenes. We also have six Jews. : this week, and the match 31. carry also a full line of PENNSYLVANIA -

Each Sunday the boys form behind ", so games It Is for Indeed other with athletic regret,events that I "5. Camping at Creynolds Parkwe TIRES, Union Batteries and other
the band which Is again are advised to go any of the
made up of trainees, and march i leave tomorrow. last three periods. The charge Is Auto Accessories.
.with their officers where bleachers MNINNMN.M/IN MMIMMMNNNMN W IININNNIIN *3-$1 with your reservation. Get
are erected for them to sit on during Redland Girl ScoutsBy a health certificate for this
the church services. I preached KATHLEEN CAMPBELL "9 And last-this Is from melaiWRd SINCLAIR SERVICE STATIONS.

the first Sunday, and yester- "_.. ..".., ..,,' ""._._-'"""" tuop no.( /nunjjoddo
day, the Rev. J. S. Wilder of the Redland I'I:'inj4 puovJussiu| l.Ie nod 'sj8| | KROME AVENUE PHONE 9110tSave
Girl Scout No.
Church pate 'In the above
Savannah Baptist preach arranged pro-
ed. Lt. Col John T. Dcbardeleben 38 held Its first regular meetingof I
Is post chaplain, and arranges for the summer Tuesday at the
, the sen-Ices I have been camp home of Mrs. Albert Campbell In : ,
a chaplain. I leave tomorrow and Naranja. I 'k'.5: : J '-:. .' !,
Capt Joseph Gray from Atlanta Visitors)attending: the meeting
j takes were Miss Helen Daniels and her Start a Workshop Now With Sears;
my place as camp chaplain
1 mother Mrs. Craig and PharabeAbie's
Roy Campbell Hathaway
: David Roberts and Louis Biondo - -
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1 are from Homci.end We also havea I
a couple of other boys from the Lunch RoomA.
'j Redland District 1 AH seem to behaving ,\ ,
a good time. B. CORE, Prop.
, The boys get up ench morning America's outstanding Power Tool Value! Tools of accuracy and fine
1 to the music of the bund I am 219 State Highway,
particularly interested In the band construction priced low for genuine savings Every one a creditable

since I was Instrumental In its South Miami addition to your shop. The complete bet, an ideal shop in itself! Values
I formation last year, as well as this from 20.00 25.00: the low of
Dining Room and Kitchen to now at price
It now numbers about 40 pieces.
Instruments were procured from Under Supervision of
the 118th field artillery In Savan-
nah. After breakfast the boys po- BOB and AL DYSON 15 95
Formerly of Bryant's Corner
Lei GARLIC Help Fight EACH -

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waste matter Co roar olon mar b.
loosing you and cftn.lnv d.tr.lni A. COMPANION BENCH
He.trhro end dlriln.' ... Try DEARBOKNi Lunches Sindnlrhes and Told
* rKtltJ Drinks at Popular Prices null bl.! std get FK Jt trial puktfa
Drur. A .i." mtel i i il l I'.,ihl',, I Iii O:>>
at Dixie I
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Page Four THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, June ?8, 1940 J... '

AAAAAA....................................a.........".. years ago In honor of John New- while Mr. Heady is employedthere" accumpaoied home by his j
.j berry John Newberry, a young James"Toy
LIBRARY FACTS man during the middle of the -'E. C Miller returned this Hobbs alighted from.on.1 I
r..h' rrw.,. .. 11.__. '...
by Ik* Mlk DM '.'11011'.. C;em,..,. .1 eighteenth century, ventured out week after spending the week taking train Sunday night and
Intend M earned 1M, ..!! .1It.. AND FANCIES Into a new field of publishing Believing a months vacation He was a sigh of relief when he put I
".rr!! U. 1012. at the _' .f/lee Oodr
, N..N..d, rl.rtd.. under the set .. ....................... that children should have foot In country again He I
Man I. IITIIP : their own literature, he opened a mnnnited to spend three weeks ', ,
Llua.UY HOCKS small printing establishment In WHO away, visiting in, Georgia,' y

I 1lon4.'t'dn.......', Thursday I St. Pauls churchyard' when ;he ICEThe -"T. T Nixon and family have '' ;I
!* ARCHER .'_II..t and Editor 1-' p. m published only books specifically elieve moved into the Hogard house adjoining "'! i

MARJoniR' LEACH ARCRtRHIBIHIIPTION ..___ Tuesday Friday, 10 a. "",-.1 p. in designed for children Newberr s' the Enterprise office They !I ,

-. H.. ........" and T..Nt Saturday, I-U a. 11\.1 1-' IIm.. Idea proved as successful at it was pupil of the human eye be I purchased this recently from W H, .s '\1
original, and children from allover
1.1..11Io C'Om.mallt'r with ate Mere IIlbl I HogardMrs
i London flocked to his shop Is therefore needed for reading Parks anw Mrs. C. J ,, '
RATER The book chosen this year is as'! New '"
Leah And daughter of Smyrna
I. Pol. county ..._______ 51.55Volatile Br MR3. J. E. C At:ZENS 'Daniel Boone" by Author and one grows older. .
send to the old arrived Thursday to visit Mrs W
.( Du e.mtT _______ 11.1. Books build character thereforethe Illustrator James Dnugherty Radio Is a 4
; folks who prefer not to read as. J. Twcedcll'Tropical : I
books themselves must have Some of the Newberry prizesare much as usual. It i 18 truly kind to I -I1
character The very fact of their : "The Story of Mankind" by the eyes as well ns a source of ,..WWIWW.WnW..n.YnN, rWWe.na1". w.
For France
I being Inanimate objects gives Hendrick Van Loon, "The Voyages pleasure and entertainment. If 'I

By Mary ferrell Dickinson greater scope to their Influence of Dr. Doliltle" by Hugh Lofting, your set Is not functioning! smoothly Cafe ;
(Homestead) since character is not developed "The Dark Frigate" by Charles i give US a call-We service ALL
through force but by choice Whena Boardman, "Smokey" by Will i I t makes.

Oh, -KTP not for the dead) person elects to read the biography James, "Derby" by Monica Shan L C. DODD RADIO SALES *: NOW LOCATEDAT
Their heart no longer break of some great man or woman non, "Roller Skates' by Ruth SERVICE
For wined i country sake; and becomes Inspired to do bigger Sawyer, 'The White Stag' by I 209 N. Krome Av,., Homestead THE
Nor their itlll shoulders bear and better things, the character Kate Scredy.IIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHhlUHlllllllllil Phone S34 "
The Coke a striken people wear. In that book has again lived I and : I I EVANS HOUSE

Noi know they hunger, grief, despair spoken through the written'word I
History or hl.torltalnovela portray I One Block South ..fKrome

Oh, vrrp not for the dead; the hardships of pioneer life -FJ..I r Traffic ".
Their hearts are comforted, and prod us on to overcome our 20 Years Ago'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Light, *n S. Krone Ave.rrwwwe.nWaww.wniwwn.uWUWann.uunu.
difficulties-difficulties that after
But i I. > the pawns of ruthless .mw
1008- all are not perhaps sis great as I ,

Oh, 'I y aloud to God for those)I.Yn. those surmounted.our ancestors successfully / // / /// .

...................................... TIM f.ll,.irln> ,..... ... eaten w.felto I
Travel book take us Into distant Iram Hlfm .f the H,mlMn4SnUrprte. DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST
lands where w* mentally live ...."' Mir II, 1111Snth .
CURRENT M ... FliirU' Banner mn4nr !
with strange peoples, understand .. <4 0... 17. IMI. with tk. H.M. Closing 1
ing their characters so that we are Meal ........ _

COMMENT more tolerant of our fellow man, July 1, 1929 26 N. Miami Ave. Office Hours 9 a. IU. to 5 p r&-

Br AGNEW WELSH whatever his race, Strange new -"A miscellaneous shower was I j Sundays I to 1* \
Inventions in fiction books
many liven Mils Frankie Hobson by Mrs ; Cloned Saturdays
have in later the seed
years sown
E. C. Loveland at her home Thursday -
NnUiom Mr Walt ..1....... of Inspiration and turned that afternoon'"S I PRICESSLASHED i I i Free Parking Space .
rnta ofl hi* "C..."m nt.." whether which was fancy into reality '
I h.., b. ,to aee+m... n. st A. King, W. H. Sykes, S. 1764 N. W. HTII ST.. MIAMI
... Today when It seems popular
'h hi. opinion. Adder.s .mmu.l.
E. Livingston and Frank
--h., ro t.. A.... W.I.h. lit N. Y. freely to tell personal ways and Skill -I 1 j PHONE I-tlSl ,
: <-f Miami, ,IL In Miami on Wednesday on bu,, .
means of accomplishing one s ambitions ,
In relation "
ness to the proposed I I
11vot... of 12,887 for and some authors say when canal and have a favorable report '
4 'm T,uln.t, Palm Beach Coun- they run out of material they to make at the meeting of the !I on
change their locale. If not
1Hr fried to expend $18000 a you are Chamber of Commerce on Friday
>' ,II -I mosquito control. realizing the satisfaction from I I
reading that should be the objective night"Mrs.J. L. Glass leaves Thur EverythingBargain RlRe1iab1eI
of time thus spent, diversify
In i magazine article, Col. Dono day next for her former horn in I
von..i no has a fighting record In your the northern part of the ..11151" .
the I 1m mar World War. makes some tell us that when will be accompanied By her mo!.,.
! old men.-40( to 60-If and when he soon finds them narrowed downto the bachelors' fraternity."G. ."
VK get into the present one. He so few that he has little interest W. Cooley and family of : LaundryEMORY
iMe older men are as brave in anything. Would not that principle Atlanta, were In town on Wednt 100
and le", Impulsive and reckless work In a similar way to day They drove through 'in their Tables DEARING
one'i literary taste? Try an adventure Owner and Manager
and I 'kl up their morale better. car to look over Mi Cooley's grin i
Inasmuch us modern armies are in reading and enjoy the Interests here."

largely; motorized, older men are ,stimulation of new fields of -"A. F. Dtndy and family ..te SUITS 49c
not f.t, gued by marching Be. thought staying in Miami for the present
ides.. i he warns that the loss of There will be big doings' go- I
icvei.il",:iunclred thousand of our Ing on in our little town on the -- PANTS 24c
tulle young men in the face of a Fourth of July and no doubt, its 1I

. declining birthrate, would imperilour citizens will turn out in large num- I .I Mrn'. 'Vt'R"IIATS
nil wnal existence He odds bers to take advantage .f the entertainment Cleaned "
J that the man of today who has provided. Just In case Blocked 45 C
reached l the 50-60 age Is as physically there is anyone who Is planningon ATTENTIONDADE
fit is was the youth of a half- relaxing during the heat of Ue Wash

century ago.Floridians, day by reading an Interwkac
book this is a timely notice to PANTS 20c

\ have opposed a sales get that book on July 3, as the COUNTY
tax "tooth and toe nail" but it library will be closed on Independence -

items to be the most paln'. .s and Day. SHIRTS Joe

fair method of raising public revenue We hope the children are keepIng Vegetable GrowersOur
bn universal distribution Of in mind the Children Story
the cost burden, on the theory that Hour to be conducted every Friday DRESSES49c Up
If you do not buy you do not pay. from S 30 to 4:30: under the
Ohio hits used It for several years supervision of Mrs S. L. Weit Ladl,..'
This year, for a pl'rlodaUihU, over Did you know: The Newberry
Southeastern divisional office at Kendall
fOUl "months it had thus received award for the beat children book COATS 49c

tI8.IIIII.431.-I': of the year corresponds in Importance Florida, will remain open throughoutthe Up
I to the Puller lot
It la estimated that quartermillion adult literature? This award ws summer for the benefit of those growers SKIRTS 25o

dollars was spent by the more : established by Frederick Matcher who might be interested in discussing \\ithus
than ,i half-dozen gubernatorial of the Publishers' Weekly a few
I their 1910-1911 marketing problems. Damp Wash, 12 Ibs. 49c
candidates' nnd their friends In the
(Se each additional pound).
recent two primaries. Including million Derriere Macfadden spent

Woe sevtral hundred candidates for $8,333: of his own money to .... Us A Visit Flat Work, lb. ...........7c
other offices In the state, the sum ,claim Liberty throughout the la4 Pay '
would doubtless go well over ar 'that Is FloridaCook's Commercial Flat, Ib. 4c

_ ___ (|1, Minimum)

Casino 79 Caves Bid,.
I Bathing Manager sales Manager I Homestesd Fla

t t FIFTH STREET and OCEAN DRIVE itr -- ._ ",

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Friday, June 28, 1940( THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Fin

Mrs Andrew Domlngues of Fort Hiikson Vernon Jackson and Dr. Crow has been In Jacksonville
Pierce and her sons Webb and I Charles Behrens left the same day for the past few days taking the I
Edward who will visit with the to attend the second conference, examination of the Florida state
In and JlroundHomestead Webbs. which will clone tomorrow.Mr. board of dental examiners
___ .
III Miss Mary Bradley will leave I and Mrs. Adrian Jacobs and Mr and Mrs George RanMin will

Sunday for East Brownsville, Pa., son Billy, will ieati In a few days leave today for \'acatloilin Pennsylvania -
fOl>, .i Mt| with Mm Jean Cold- I far Swoetwster, Tom* where they until Sept L

.,..". t "'n will upend a week,, w th Mr. and Mr. and Mrs;: :-Herman Thomas
Mrs J. A, I'oIIBrd.lr., before going returned Wednesday from a va..i-
Mr and Mrs Orin Smith will\ on to lU-ndersonvllle, N. C., '
t I Uon of Columbia
I Mr, and Mrs. Given Victor !leave, this morning on a vacation to tpend/ two weeln. I' ten days' spent In -
S. C., viiiting lends.
J1 home Tuesday night trip to Connecticut.Mrs. .
1'rived Huntsville, Mo, where Mrs. Mrs B E, Catlln and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dawson of
: had been visiting her mother If. A. Amim of Narnnja will Betty, left Sunday for a short visit Fort Pierce arrived yesterday
> H. C. Johnston since early 'leave Thursday for Vero Beach at Daytona Beach where they will morning for a visit with Mrs. Daw-
I r/' it end where Mr. Victor joined where she will visit a few days be joined by Miss Jane Catlin another son's brothers John Andrew and
tendayugo. with her son H A. Amen Jr before daughter who has been William Webb.
; [ __ I proceeding to Lamont, Fla., upending three weeks visiting In
l("I Mr. J. R. Brooks left to visit other relatives Atlanta and Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Jack Polk andchildren
:: i with her Infant son, Neal Jackie and Margaret, Ann,
Mrs II. H. Graham of Narnnja Mr. and Harden
i for North Carolina to visit her relumed Saturday night from a
will leave for Hot and their Sonny, accompanied!
Mondny Springs son
ter, Mrs. Royal Henry, at three-week vacation trip that
Ark., and points In Oklahoma. by Mrs. Harden's sister Miss Ella
tit; witt Falls, and her parents, took them to Tyler and Henderson -
Pintado and her aunt, Mrs Rosa
and Mrs. L.O. Neal, In Mr. and Mr..oward Si'half I Texas, and Slidell La.
; : Cruz, will arrive from Key West
rl iJ' left Thursday morning for HcndoMonvillf I to Miss Esther the
Howard ? ; tomorrow stay o'ernlllht'Itlt Livingston spent
.J Mr. and Mrs. j
f.;' Janice I N. C., where they will Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Redd and Mr. week-end in Jacksonville where
I "it.f: and infant daughter .
for spend the rummerMi and Mrs J. A. Daugherty. They she attended tho instituting of the
-ji 't ard, left Wednesday
*. ', where Mr. Johnson will '. und Mm. Chun. A. Gosaman will leave Sunday accompaniedby Jacksonville Deach chapter of the
Mr. and Mn. Daugherty for Order of the Eastern Slur
.,:" day or two on business will leave today on a trip to Vero Hendersonvllle, N. C., where they ".......''''...'''..,........,.........,..........,.................
they proceed to Wrlghtsvllte, Beach and other points In Florida
his brother I They will be week. will spend a month's vacation. FLORlllA CITY
)I. 1 I. for a visit with gone a
Mrs. Mr. Harden started work In the By Mrs. W. W. Seven
sister-in-law Mr. and I I
/t.: I Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Striik- U. S naval station at Key West ?1111,11N.NIN.NMINNNNL/NNNMNIMMMIIN.
bert Johnson and to
:;;,p\ vllle N. C, for the lund und son, John Harvey, Jr.,, us an electrician ten days ago after Mrs Roger Snow and infant son
who spent the winter and spring placing first In a civil service examination -
'\ their vacation. They will be left recently for her home in Fort
about a month. In South AllHpatlih Gardens, will In which 127 applicant Pierce after visiting several weeks

.1 i return Sunday to Belle Glade competed. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence -

J. Mrs. Maud Chandler of Mrs. A. A. Payne will spend Wm, Byari of Windsor! S. C., a Becker, aunt and uncle of
accompanied by her daughter, this week-end at Miami Bench newspaper man who attended apress Mrs Snow.

I Goodloe Warden! of Coral with her daughter Miss Emily convention In Havana Cuba Wm. Brook returned Wednesday
Is visiting relatives in Payne nnd Miss Margaret Ames spent Tuesday night and Wednesday from Kendall hospital wherehe
#\ Tenn. and Miss Wnunita Tnlbott, who In Homestead visiting Mr. and underwent an operation
t.- .' have an apartment at the beach Mrs J. D Redd. Mr. Byars and -
Albert Halnhn, son of Mr. for the summer. Mr. Redd are cousins Miss Beth Hunter of Miami i
Mrs. Neal Hulnlin of Miami '" the week-end the homeof
I I spent
j student at Georgia Institute Mits Avis BiUinn and Miss IreneJackson Dr. Robert Crow; : who has been her grandmother, Mrs J. K.
.. Technology. is spending a returned Thursday of last practicing dentistry In Chicago Scott.
of two weeks on the grove of \weik from the flint conleiencc of since last fall Is expected today
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. the Presbyterian Young People at I or tomorrow for a visit here with Mr, and Mr"n: ;; ; Rohrer. and
Halnlln, on Hainlin drive Avon Park and the Rev. George Dr and Mrs J. A. Smith and his daughter Catherine, who accom-
e H. Ricks, Fred Kuhn Richard former schoolmate Archer Smith. (Continued on Page Eight
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Dill ; -
their two sons are visiting in

sonville mother. this week with Mr. #IJII- ;(e ote A/o W4 fe

Mr. and Mrs. B. M. -
1 and their children left rI: '1 .

Indianapolis to spend the
'. with relatives there and I New 1940 FULLY FITTED 6.2 cu. ft.

in Mr.Indiana.and 'Mrs. J. L. Ballard !

Mrs. Ballard's mother, Mrs. t
left Thursday of last week with'J I It ALL-PORCElAIN FRIGIDAIRE'I

-a month's vacation in Kansas, .
.. braska and North Carolina. )'

Capt. and Mrs-;: :! Frederick: n'

and their three children 'I
Friday from Fort Sill Okla.

a visit of several weeks with Model SVP a
Weber's parents Col. and .
Ralph Kingman of Kingman 11r
Silver Palm.

Mr. and Mrs Adam J. Ennls
Thursday en route to I I
I Ont., Canada where they 4 $16500Lowest

spend the summer. I
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. ,
Miami spent Sunday at the price wire ever quoted
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam J.
for a new 6.3 cu. ft. All
Farm Life road. : ,
e Porcelain Fricidaire
< l
Miss Marjorie ,

Cast and Roy Nelson spent < red
week-end In Danla visiting t

Lucy Beth Holding.Mr. a

and Mrs. John
Tallahassee and their little
ter Patricia are visiting
W. Atkins, mother of Mrs. Fr, f-LCYftfALED 1040 mod
the former Miss RCELAIN
M ,
Sunday they all went e1lorrsanee veR.MlSIi. the
Key West, and this week Mr. berle
Mrs. Roberts and Patricia are aria vas: estea, ,

ing In Miami.
rw'p NECK
:. Miss Alta Vann; : who Is Lis T
) dietitian at Kendall hospital, 1 raasr rM.Mtw. Msld.lse b
Tuesday In Homestead at the V C l"twe Fall
Mr. and V tlridly 11AA
of her parents, gut Cbraniuat toe
1 Tom, Vann. v r
7 1, :. Alo.2'J V
big Chrowi
Mrs. C. T. Harper and K rtwy 1,6., T I

Cecilia, left Tuesday for a ANOTHER BARGAIN if +QUI Orate C...Part
cs Ube' e
t visit In Norfolk, VS..i ram

.i i Mr. and Mrs.-Henry Lowest priced 6 cubic foot a W=1 Vftth w r. ; y, b '

.' Miami visited. Mr. and Mrs Aecoatjo new
FRIGIDAIRI ever offered V Deheater
: Drlggers Sunday. !", v Pr4ialres
.._......,.", hisb.as.s.sd/Aaldiw iLar+'eaaet1Os, ew j1
Mr. and Mrs. Jules ralrms Gs.ew 11_. "woo C.- a+rsr. Plain
Coral Gables spent Sunday a..a.........s.sts hit___ s ****ST-* 'Oda.in
.' home of Mr. and .
noon at the .. .... 'r(' "

'i drive.J. R, Byrum on West. Modal SYS 6-40 $11700

les| ,.......:' (\!\ .
Dr. and Mrs. Frank ,, L -

s and their grandson, Frank, .. '- -- -
t' leans. Tuesday for Taum..here ] : -_ .IIIO.UJt-I tor..obYAJ.UI: pINONSTRAN'O0 -. -!-- '
their will .tend I day I

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Pane Six THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday; June 28.- 1940

I I . Social Events in South Dade . 1 "

The CalendarJune

WITH MISS RUTH ELMEDA ROBERTS I ...'"'""...." '"._".,....",',,."........ ...'.. I REDLAND, WEDS MISS AGNES A. LAING

Marriage rite uniting Mill Ruth blossoms. Instead of a bouquet 28-Meeting of Federal Art Miss Agnes A. Laing, sister of, District Lions Club.
Classes at 9:30 in Chamber of
I she carried a prayer book from
Flmcdu Robert of Could to I Commerce building Mist Jane S. Lalng and cousin of Him Lain, came to the United
which flowed ribbon streamers on 1
Ernest Campbell of Redland were I which were sewed sweetheart June 28-Meeting of PresbyterIan Mrs. Jean Ross MacVean and the States In 1912 after training at

kolemlnzed at 10 o'clock Monday roses.Miss. [ Auxiliary with Mrs. J. M Hoi- late George L. Ron of Homestead, Inverness, Scotland to be a graduate -
ferty in Goulds. was married to Charles Pratt of nurse. She became connected
the Sacred Heart Catholic
morning Holland wore pink chiffon
Redland Saturday afternoon at with the Neurological Hospital at
June 28
Church here by the pastor, Meeting at Dorca
and a picture hat. Her corsagewas
Class with Mrs. T. three o'clock In the Fifth Avenue New York and later was made
the Rev. T. J. Geary. E. Kirby.
of white dahlias and
Presbyterian Church In New York superintendent of branch of
a this
The wedding was simple but rosei. July 1-Meeting of B. P. W. C.
In Chamber of City. There were no attendants. Institution\ the Arletta Crane Reed
Impressive. Nuptial music wa Mr. Campbell, the son of J. W. building
at 8p.m. They will return here after a Convalescent Hospital at Brews-
played on the organ by Mr*. Campbell, retired pioneer Redland I July 1-Meeting of Junior Woman' short wedding trip to reside In the ter, N. Y., a position the has filled
Charles Pope who alto playedthe In -
merchant was born Redland
Brodie cottage which Mr. Pratt has since 1926.
of Homestead
accompaniments for two vocal and was graduated from Redland at 8
been .
occupying.Born She had been coming to visit
numbers sung by Mr. Tom Tor- High School last year. He is em- p. m.
bert: "I Love You Truly"' and "Ave ployed at a mechanic by Pan-I July 1-Meeting of W. M. U. within 17 miles of each her cousin, Mrs, MacVean at Coco-
Marla. The bride was given In American Airways at Coconut Circles. other In Scotland Mr. Pratt and nut Grove before Mrt. MacVean.
marriage by her father, W. C. Grove. I July 3-Covered dish luncheon Miss Laing did not meet until moved to Homestead, for 11 :years.It .

Roberta Mrs. Campbell daughter of Mr. meeting of Legion Auxiliary at four winters ago when Miss Lain, was while she and Mrs. Mac-

Mixi Robert attendant was and Mrs. W. C. Roberts was bornat I home of Mr E. J. Norman. was visiting with her cousins here. Vean were visiting Mrs. Mac-

Miss Merle Holland. The bride- Goulds where her father Is July 3-Fourth of July dance at Mr. Pratt came to Canada Jrom Vean's brother Mr. Ross, here

groom' best man was Carl station agent for the F. E. C. Rail- Homestead Country Club sponsored Scotland and became the biggest four ;yean ago that she and Mr.

Schmidt. Little Betty Torbert was way. She was a member of the by Junior Woman's Club of manufacturer of pottery In the Do- 'Pratt met. Mr. Ross came to
flower girl. I 1940 Redland High School graduating Homestead. I minion. He came to Redland ten Homestead in 1932 but died a

The bride wore a fitted dress of I class. July J- Meeting of Redland yean ago, after retiring from year auo. Since then Mrs. Mac

marquisette and lace, with hip-, Mr. and Mri. Campbell will make Home Demonstration Club at 3 p. business and In partnership with Vean has been living In the house
length veil crowned with orange' their home in South Miami. m. In Redland Community Church. W. W. Johnston set out entenslv ho built Just off Avocado drive
July Independence Day dance groves of avocado trees. Mr. Pratt and a little north of the Lehman

LIEUT. WM. L. PORTE BRINGS HIS BRIDE TO sponsored by Junior Woman's It president of the Florida Avocado I residence. Miss Jane Lalng, who
Club and Persian Lime Growers and I.a li from Vancouver.
. in Homestead Country Club. comes came
STAY ON HONEYMOONLieutenant July 8-Meeting of general W. past president of the Redland down to stay with Mri. MacVean.

M. U.
Wm. Lyon Porte, ton I! was graduated from the United July 28-District meeting of B. MARRIAGE OF MISS BETTY LOUISE HARRIS
flf Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Porte, formerly States Military Academy at West I P. W. C. In Homestead. I
ul Redland and Point on June 11. 21 B.
now of Wash- July -:. P._W. C. district
ing-Ion, D. C, und grandson of Mr. Lieutenant nnd MM Porte will meeting in Lions Den. I The marriage of Miss'! Betty ,lead. He was born In Atlanta and

and Mn J. W. Porte of Redland, leave tonight for Havana. In Louise Harris of Redland to John moved to Homestead with his parents -
September they will go to Tusca- MRS. Bt'RUDESDT: In 1935. He
HAS was graduatedfrom
nr eared In Redlund Monday withIn loosa, Ala., where Lieutenant I Miles Gatlln of Homestead took
CHARGE OF JULY 3 DANCE Homestead High School and
bride" of a few days the former Porte will report for Instruction Mrs. Burley Dendy was appointed -, place Tuesday In Waupun WIs, attended Emory University, wherehis

!Miss, Matllp Giiswolrt, daughter of nt the army flying school there. general chairman of the Independence -,I at the home of the bride's godmother ability' as a singer won hima

C..h"11'1lild Mix Oscar W The Porte-Gi'Iswold ceremony Day dance committee of Mrs. John Stoddard Morris place: on the varsity glee club
v il This have been staying' wedding In a two column accountin I the who
of the club's executive The bride is daughter of parents went with the
nI. nee of Mr. and Mm J. W. Fort
u Bcnning newspaper. The committee Monday in the clubhouse Mr. and Mil Vane Harris Born young couple to Waupun several
t Poi, u. who are In Washington for 20th Infantry i
furnished a color of the Woman's Club In Waupun, she came to Redland weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Gatlin
the lUtnmer. LleuUnnnt Porte, guard, and the bridal couple passed Homestead. Mrs. Herbert with her parents five years ago, I will make their home In Redland.
who 'lived! In Redlund while hisfather l beneath an arch of sabers as I 01.. 1
!$. was appointed assistant thaii and Is a graduate of Redlund HighSchool
was stationed there head they entered
as and l left
the church.
An extensive program of class of 1940. A talentedsinger I The fifth district conference of
ol the U. S.
department of agiiriilluic Among those
attending were the she Is member of the the American
ation for the dance to be held on a Legion Auxiliarywill
experimental( work from brldegioom's parents his grandmother the of I Stephen Foster Junior Music Club. l I. held 10
night Wednesday, July 3, at a. m. SundayIn
19J4 to 11iO! :!( is a former pupil ofRrdl.uid I and hit sister Miss I I'
.'01'11Life School. He Porte.WOMAN'S will get under way Tuesday night i The bridegroom Is the son of the Cocoplum Woman's Club
The following new members Dr. and Mr B. E. Gatlin of Home- building at South Miami.

were voted into the club at the '
I GIVES executive meeting: Mrs. Ceo H


Mrs.Fletcher Bryant and Miss
A lecrption for members who food vale will be held on Saturday Barbara Done.Dancing .

1,1juilll'd, since April of 1939 I July 6, in front of the Dixie Drug lessons for the chorus d Aw

w is I'eld by the Woman's Club of Stoic. and every member was In the Labor Day dance were begun NYe aTeeeTHE

llirnieiteiid In its clubhouse Tuesd I asked to contact Mrs. Perkins or last night by Miss Maryan I

,IN afternoon\ at the last racial Mrs Foulk and to bring a donation Chadwlck, Instructor of the Junior
meeting of the club year. Mrs II of baked food to the sale. Woman's Club School of Dancing. I DIXIE DRUGJACK

K F.mlk. president, Mrs J. D Members were asked to watch Chorus instruction will be from 7

Perkins !Mn. Joel J. Robinson and the papers for announcement of to 8 each Thursday evening, preceding POLK-HOWARD JOHNSON 1

MiTrail Whltaker were hosleoc one or two rolled meetings which the regular dancing instruction Phones 30 and 9101-Homestead, Fla. 1

'. will\ be held during the summerto ut the school. ftiii it the time of year when people ore going; places end doing thmgi-gay
A program, presented by Mrs plan building repairs and Jointponlor.hlp Hostesses for last night's dunce j
portiei, icurtiont, etc There are scores of afro items needed for greater c
Robw'i son, consisted of the following with the junior club were Miss Pearl Whitaker and
numbers: club collect. Mrs: O : of the cabaret which will be held I Mrs Fielding Ruff The hostessesfor ehatm-t tl.r.!(health-more! happinnt. You gel Them here at big; lavmgi.;

W. C'.ilklns; piano solos, Aspira m November I July will be appointed at ameeting I

tion', and "A June Row," Mrs Present bP ldthole named I on July 1, 2A 36 SHEETS "...' 1I
Julian H. Webster; readings, "Moo were: Mrs J. F. Hammett, MisH 24 ENVELOPES 1 ': =%
Cow Moo" and "To Little and to Ruegg, Mrs A. Guile Mn R. O. REDLAND DEMONSTRATION:: (

Big." MISS Jminltn Dtllerr: violist Shore, Mrs. S. Melville Mrs H. S. LCD MEETS TODAY '

solos, 8ou\enir" and "Sere- Kopp. Mrs C C. Dl'D'rryIra.! The Redland Home Demonstration lI 'VALUc; 29C! 10 ,' IJ

nade" Mrs. Herman Marks, vocal Grace Smith, !Mrs. P J Franklin Club will meet at 3 o'clock t

solos. "Smiling Through" and Mn. W. R. Anderson Mrs. H. B. this afternoon In the Redlnnd Com-

"A Perfect Day" Mrs. T. L Beattie, Mri. Maude Muderi, Mn. munity Church with Miss Alice I 1i

Hodge; and readings "Tho Quarrel W. K. Hans, Mrs. F. A. Ruff Mri. Grady, county home demonstration SKIN j

," "The Llspcr" and "E\' n n J. T. Hall, Jr., and Mr W. E. agent In charge. FOR yOUR 1i

Little Faith" (Lily Laurence Bow), Rheney. leaping your
Mrs Herman llc-lnleln. thing t. rid I"
the the
PAUL MERRILL TO HE 8is ee SrylL Just s.r.d I. d.,1n9 1
Ice cream cookies and mints properly .
; mints
slip ...
1 ,NIV/ND "nbotr" t
were served by the hostesses durIng tl.li'"
Announcement has been made I/lVSH WTmeh' eva-I t
o the social hour. .
: I that Paul LaRose Merrill who was High qualify alin irrifdiom.erInefred
A .,
At a called business meeting graduated from Redland High .a (

which followed the social meeting School in 1934, and from the University ..4'I bristle CALAMINE 11Jt (.
oven new members-Mrs, Alex of I Sot In rub b.,. 4Dl.
Florida last will
t Lanier Mn. David Wtod ..
I Barnes Mrs
\ Orin Mrs. be married on July 1 In Pmnlng- ....... "O' 23Ndelf C ,
Smith Herbert Katz
ton, N J., to Miss Jean Rosabel ttifk plier c:
I Mrs. Clara Dixon, Mrs. Lillian Northrup of that city. t. .: 172"2 sloes j.

McR.te and Mrs. Frank Schneider Mr. Merrill It the son of )fr e.aW.T 8ye a
\ -weio voted Into the club. Berrian and a1, of William THESEPRICES
U cousin {a
I Announcement was made that .1 forte. .'."''I" EcLU.tll. REAP iff/llKr IeI Ietr

I . '
,lostInQWQ"IOl esqufette ARE YOURWELCOME
/lonilnets, with Ihemlqu, the \ ywr ..yesIt ,
Dance glees
Independence Day btattrltM method ill Cool' t jROaRlreednq. I lighf.Yet: N4. tru
af*.comfortable!rAil 119911414 .... j
41,011,111 ..... ,4.I 41e CI
; Wednesday July 3" p oaf. .i. ....tol
forHIKE'S r.....e" octseit: ". AT THEittMEMicmTiic I
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Sponsored ))y' -- STOR .
Junior Woman's Club ,
: : PARLOR .,.." I,
t ; Adm. $1.10 couple 10-2 t.r .
per .
it-H McCrwr An 4 -illrt .Sherselo..o..e.a. '
1I For &...rvatio. Phase 1I9 % o.n'o.. r;. iatmCTJAi.iliTir.

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Friday June 28, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Sep ail


I I BY The REBEKAH Three Link MEMBERS:Club was organized I CLASSIFIED ADS

w I Social Euents I I Rebekah by Lodge members Tuesday of eveningat Liberty I

RATE: First Insertion 101 a line, subsequent insertion*
: : a meeting at the home of Mrs So a lie*

E. S Caplmger Purpose of the _

1 club will be Die staging of benefit I II

r PINS ARE AWARDED AT ENSEMBLE CLASS I Officers entertainments.elected are: president, I: FOll-RENT FOR SALEFOR

I RECITAL AT MRS. R. H. TITZPATRICK'S HOMEThe Mrs Ralph Moon: vice-president, I
I FOR RENT-80 tort, or less,, good FOR S.\1.E-U HI1I1\1',1 I f. l-d
: Mrs Blanche Chapman: secretary, marl toil C Palm road
ut ,
: on ,
I hens c.ir' the
Ensemble.Club gave program Announcement was made that Ar- laying $1.00 '
Caplingcr; treasurer, Mrs east of South Allapattah road
at the home of Mrs. R. H 1 dell Parman, also, before her de- Florence Pacett.Arrangements. I I : lot Fred A. MtJIbl.. t,

Fitzpatrick Thursday morning I I I parture, had met the requirements I tud Princeton Right price to Uume.lead. :))
were made forgiving :: good farmer. Sewell Realty Inc., .
The following numbers were ,| for a pin by playing Mozart's"Sonata
In :
benefit entertainments ::
600 lagraaam; Bldg, Miami. FOR SALE-31J ,
I 'qu.It
I C Heller "Taran-
Cat" (Bil in
given: Naughty Pussy .
the near future. Iced tea and JllJyU) I I'
I 1) nt'Infttal tviof ll I lrHauPlI11ln. :
bro and Roek-a-bye Rachel telle in D Flat" and Nein
cookies were served "' ,
Dodson: waltz (Thompson). Doro- "Shepherds All and Maidens FaIr." I Organizing members present FOR RENT= -Large, cool apal.tI -

thy Kinner: folk song, waltz (Gur- The summer contest Mrs. Fitzpatrick were: Mrs Anna Messersmith ment: private bath; furnished. FOR SALE-D aCI'l'. I

litt) and "Little Piece (Bilbro), said. will be for scales and Mrs. Thelma Radford, Mrs Nellie I Ask at Western Union (mJHI) I lag avocados tanH

Rene Hooker: "Air" (Mozart)), arpeggios, and the awards will be i Mullins Mrs. Carrie McCullough, I' other fruits. palms I" I

"Spanish Dance (Williams). made lIt the late summer recital !Mrs Nellie Mahan Mrs Edith FOR RENT Furnished house, mental 8 room-.lI1d. .

'Hunting Song (Williams) and Guests present were: Mrs J. R Bailey Mrs Janie MiLean, Mrs. I modern conveniences, within 1 I ern home, pnlil' 1

'Long, Long Ago," Junior Pope; Rutland Mrs J. R. Pope Mm Louise Jones and Mrs Irene | mile Homestead, $1) a m mil I'1 double garage. I\'l\ I I. '

Song from the Deep" (Wagness), J. H. Dodson, Mrs. \\.ildron. Evelyn Shanklin. Guests were: Mrs M. J. I Brooks, Inc (mJ4tf thou...... $5,1100. S I'n (JOa

Irwin Hooker, 'Song of the Mill" Lee, Josephine Brown, Margaret FllzhuRh of Jacksonville and Mrs [I'OR RENT-Apartment*. sum- Month, no 111I"1' I j. :not

(Strickland), Doris Ada Dodson; Hart, Calvin Waldron and Lena Brickley. mer ratei Benj. W Morris Ftoscher, 0 vet e t II I ly.

"Impromptu" (Schubert) and Harvey Dodson. i registered real estate broker, mile south of Home", .1 1 r lone

"Chimes" (Strickland), Ruth Rut- CHICKEN SUPPER CHEN I I 6 6-J.

land; 'Changeable Weather" (Bil- MRS FRANK SKILL HEADS AT LAMBERT: HOME: RENT YOUR HOUSE-lurnisnea

bro), Helen Hooker; "Flower of DADE GIRL SCOUT TRIP or unfurnished year FOR S.'LE-Llnw bud,. lOud
Mr. Mrs M L. Lambert ieJn:
Love" (Grandfield), Buddy Kuhn; Mr Frank Skill, captain of the and I 'round clienti W stock. Inquire J. Sl't'' ",'d F.p.I : .

"Minuette" (Mozart), Dorothy Homestead Girl Scouts, is In chargeof were hosts their at home a chicken in Princeton supper I Morris, registered real estate I more dl' \'e. ,1St, 0)
given at
First Movement of Op. 49 broker N. Krome next to
Kuhn; a "IVD8T trio and education | ave.
in G" (Beethoven), "Andante In tour of-the-state taken by senior Thursday night of last week. Baptist Church (julStf) I SALE at glee-Ill I v price-
Guests were: Mr. and Mrs Clar- i 3 goats, 1 billy H. Kufedt.; Rid-
F" (Beethoven) and "Taranrella"
I Girl Scouts of Dade County this
ence HIlliard and children, Faye land road mile ",utt if 1t.l111-
(Cramman), Clarice Dodson, Resume week. Mrs. Skill Is being assistedby I and Virginia: Mr. and Mrs Tommy WANTED I tin drive 4 pays

Etude" (Heller), Frances her daughter ,Miss Elizabeth Brantley and son, Charles: Mr. --

Rutland: march from "Tannhauser" Skill, and Miss Geraldine Reitz of and Mrs Leon Milliard Mrs. Ellen | WANTED to exchange rent ot I FOR SALE Tropnal plants, Citrus

(Wagner), Hilda Dodson; Homestead, counselors Keene and children Ailene and apartment for light services to I trees and tropicai fruit la

and "Sonata in F" (Mozart), The Itinerary Includes points of Marlene, Misses Belinda and Ethel one adult. 118 N. W. First St.pjn8). I season Jungle] Cf'QRedlaa4

"Scherzo" (Mendelssohn) and interest at New Smyrna, Gainesville Anderson: Miss Myrtle Conner J. ( : ) road and Plumrnsti drive

Goodnight" (Nevin), Mable Ruth St Augustine and other D. Conner, Leo HIlliard, Joe I

Pope. places. The group stayed overnightat Hardin. TUTORING WANTED: high offhv. and has made ..'.1..,.". 1 I. ,
Pins were awarded to those who d.rd to b Iwurdhen.n. gain' ':.rn'.te.
Stetson University and at Flor- school and grade .choolaubjects. ..mb...,... the lonu.'n .1.,1..1 ,o.ya, -rtp
had accomplished three numbersof ida Southern College, and visited DOROTHY KUHN HONOREDON Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. B, In the Cot..." ..I Dade. 0lat.. r .',,""..
I wwltI
distinct type-Clarice Dodson, the University of Florida, Rollins : TWELFTH BIRTHDAY Plummer drive and Country I Lot 1!. Block S. Oltmih Hrlnhtt.
Mable Ruth Pope and Junior Pope. College and Art Museum, and n Hub. Tilt H..k h'. l.., t_ the
Mrs L. P. Kendrick in celebra- Club road. I I Louniy uf Dealt, plate of M ,,'I.
Bok Tower at Lake Wales. The' .ucumtnt of ..Id pro i.."It dpi
BEATIFICATION tion of the twelfth anniversary :
Two established scout the rid <* tiflest.' Issued ..v 1I -h ".me
VISITS FONTS OF INTEREST campsCamp the birth of her daughter, Dor- fir... No. Ill iMutd the Sth day! .1 August l I oT Mr Nellie Dodd
Chowenwah at Green Cove 1 A. D lust. h.. filed unit ,I. nr office. I Unlttt Mid ....n'fI..lit th. 1 In 4
On Monday Ceo N Wakefield and Camp Marjorie othy Kuhn gave a birthday partyat and hit made .ppll.alon for a tax deed .... rdlni ui liw. the mi"I'. .l....lthtnrln
took his class in home beautification Sprngs her home Thursday afternoon. i to bt /Itturd thtrton g.d l.rl flroiv cm. will bt told to the hit 1.-I, k.
Daniels at Jupiter are being view- Ihram the following seethed' pnprrtr In the Lnun hoar door on In- I M d..
to visit Chafer Nursery and the After the games a birthday cake I tht County of U.d. Butt of Florida, toll li ht month ..f Ass,," '1 I" ,.
ed by 'tht. tilt day .f Auiutl '11-4-- ,
and fruit punch were served. wit' (
the Hibiscus Gardens In Perrine, The group left Monday morning 1 Lou S lo 7. Rlk 10. No Miami Hlith rioted. this lath d., of Jul.. .
the Montgomery estate, the Fair- chartered bus and will return Dorothy guests were: Helen I l lands. a Hnub. Plat Rook It I...t I II. I I H LI'A 111; .MSClrrk
by a Schroeder Paula Kemp, Mary | 7. In the County of D.Jt. State of I I .. n.
child Tropical Gardens, Four Way tomorrow afternoon. I rlorldt 1 Vol.' \ ",,.,' 1 ..ri
Lodge In Coconut Grove and the I Nicholson, Wayne Sherry Jack. Tnt DtKtwmtnt of Mid imiprrUr under Circuit Court ***!I.
i Kemp and Robert Kuhn. the sad J nrtlflri. ,o issued was la tilt cimt K> N C. MLK1J t I I'' I II
Riviera Nursery In South Miami. KINDNESS IS TOPIC 'oft Sciatica t. KytrtUnlm nt 81. 2., July
In the party were: Mrs. W. R. Mid rtrtill..lit shall bt rtdvmrdrrordlni I --
AT CLEANERS MEETINGThe I to !law. the prontny de.rrlb.dtherein NOTH r OP API'I It .HI'I'"\
Bird, Mrs H H Ewing Mrs. M. I Gleaners Class of the First Attending a barbecue given Sun- will be sold l.i the hlihttt bidder it I HIM TAX 1'IMIChifUr .
,, .
J Hobart, Mrs Ben Archer, Miss day at Matheson Hammock by O. the Court house door on the first Mondayin I 17467A.
Church met afternoon I
Baptist Monday the month or AiwuM, nil. which I C 1/Is A-dust'
Mary Jackson, Miss Ellen Huff at the home of Mrs. W. B. J. O'Neil, noble! grand of the Lit- the Alh day of August. "4(.. I I N,51r. to henby Iv'. '
I Dated this itch day "f Juno. 1MKk bo...., of (tat" And C.unO.. t.
Ceo M. Frick Clark Fred O. F.
tle I. O. for Odd
Billy lodge
Caves, Jr. n LEtTHHlMAK, I""t. t,0. IIS issued the sad dm r t .cwt,
Hobart and Mr. Wakefield. A devotional on kindness was Fellows and their families from Clerk of Circuit Court. D 1I*<, has filed mm 'ill I : :aJ;
Unit county. HurkltCircuit I And. hU made application .. I '
av! n.bY Mrs Gordon Ivey The Fort Lauderdale to Homestead,. Court Real I .. be ,and. IlKn-un. M.I, l ".".
B P. W. C. TO m'CtSS: made that the were Mr and Mrs. W. Y. Bush He N C. 8n.nf..v.i D. C.I I I' '....; the following d.- .,1 ihr I I I II
i suggestion was I ,JU.I 21 2.. :July I I ''''''la' of D dt. alt.. I' '"
BY LAW CHANGESThe class take up the study of parliamentary and daughter Nina Pearl, Mr. and .IIIW
W. will Mrs B. C. Murphy, Mr. and !Mrs. NOTICE or Arri ATION 100> It. Lat, HI. nli I n
Homestead B P. C. law some time this summer Bull I'lit U... t I ".. ,
discuss by-law change at its meeting H. J. Beattie Mrs Cora Belle FOR 114&1A.TAX lifcfcllChintcr ... of ItSS County "f Dade, *u,. ,,I I I .,
the Cham- Mrs Mrs I Grinold and Claus Grinold-all of I tilt A.IM The ...tmint.. .f ,...1 1 .r
Monday evening The hostesses, Notice li hereby .1... that I.. n Sun. Ihr rid nrtlf. mta ... ,In I I

ber of Commerce building Ivey and Mrs D. H. Dellmger, Jr.. Homestead. More than 900 persons' by holder o( But and County Too Cm). It. I I.. UroonUnlM mid. ...rtlfla..1 I Ihrnln .11 .1.1ser.rding \

The district luncheon meeting served fruit salad, saltines and were present. I flea' D* No.Ml 1254, hu Wuid filed th.>.7lh m. any In air of A off'liut.A /let., ,.. law the "I. r"".> I +.1 I

which will be held here on Sunday Iced tea. and has mad application for a tax doled oil l I eat II It'' :
Ult Court bow 4> doer ou the If Monday
July 21 will be served at the Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bird enter- l" tw issued Ilitrhrarvt ..,.. Paid Certificate .m. ..
Others) present were: the f.46.1011 des rilad rnperty in in the m"'n f \ IV" hto
Lion Den on Silver Palm drive, Roberts, Mrs Henry Olsen, Mrs.A. tained at dinner Tuesday night al the County of Deal Butt u( Florida. to. Dated he 61h this"d.&Ih, uA"day .01...'Jun.F 'I. I II .

the members decided this week. L. Lanier, Mrs M. A. Murphy, quartette of summer bachelors : I"It I I.,UUtoSI. "''k. tl North Mutml I : B. 1 II: \t ul. I 1(11, .. ti

I Mrs. Dexter Home Mrs. Ernest Clarence J. Parman, Ceo N. Hvhlindu t K..uh... Plat Hook, UHIII. Clock Dodo J\ .I. t. I ..d.rl?,
7 I
7 Rrctloni Tuwnihlp Muth
ART CLUB PAINTS Sherard, Mrs A. E. Campbell Mrs field, Wlllar -M. FIfield wake-I hangs 41 F*.,: 1 In the County I Circuit' Court Cal
I I''
or N. 1' tlhlIJI I 1
CARD SOU VIEWS Subcr <.f Did. state of lorldl
Elmer Sullivan, Mrs S. West
I I II The of said rte under (jJu. a.. July 5. I.
The Homestead Art Club mem- : Mrs A. A. Bussey, Mrs. Labon I I the I.r'O'I; ;: laud :In the turn. .
IM THE InT" jl l" FH: .l11 NT IN
bers and Clarence Wooten of 1 Bishop Mrs. Harry Schaubergor ''I Mr. and Mrs C. D. Bethea of ,oft'almost Hurry" .Id W.renlflr.t..hall OltlroT U rtdwmtdMint AND! FOR DARK Kll STY. 1 LOIII"A.I .

Miami federal art Instructor, spent and Mrs C. H Denby. I LaCrosse, Fid, were dinner guests I* liw the property described, I IS N.PU.. 11,4In IHATk,
I ".rtln wl I: .M toM t Friday painting water scenes near I IESTRTA' I of Mr and Mrs. W. W B.)thea Curt house d...r .,n the first Monday Rot ItIT.\T" ur Jttt'> NitA1K1.PY
Ii .FE'RTY ...
Card Sound bridge. A picnic :MRS J. M I Monday "'venlngI I i tie. month of "101I10'. 4 104. whtekth I\Irr... F. Tit l.1."I'IIITURIe

lunch enjoyed. The S Al \IIMRYMi I ':;r.,1 Jun.. IP4ft. "' AI Credit' n >tid X I H "
was group '1- -- DaI'd ,! ,r DnntndiK II., :, "" ., ,
plans ta work in the same vicinity D. F P " Creek f Circuit C"., I, 11 each yu I nr"
: "
today. I tury work li. 'la. ssiont Dr. Leonard A> Haskin v81".1.Srng I. Dodo County. Plot .' U.hlrb 1'......' HO > ".
n.. r 1 Ibe "
Junior members of the club w eMi dot th m "'ng/ of thein's hi I,. Cumin No f 'ircuk frost ..1.N C STERRBTT. D tho "tellI J"", 'I t H".
I'it' of 'Iompotea 1aby- Filling ... Repairing tf Fly i ley ,J "f U.;,: ; ,.aa. .
..strutted n modeling and sketching y ."'u.. 114. s. July t. I'. 19401I ,I r'
I I'I I I.o
II to \\. F. Ills/
by Miss Virginia HolUclaw In 4" rial! hurc:' <. th. home of Mrs : GLASSESMl I I HOTH OF Arm Ir4T1N -I ,,' ,..n". and I "+ .. I '

the Chamber of Commerce build- J. M 1,,'lft'rt.tr. South / 'npauah N. C. pint .II.. Fit. FOR ,.X I FKI> I jl al- in .the'I.U"-I'lI'\:;: \" :.n..s..u I IVol" I.t,

J"t Garuer n Jun 29 &: George Itupltulr Al Conditioned File Ml ., month from the date III I I I r.
... Not f l Is harms .n at C n .
Classes are open t( new mem- D. RUtI press 1d. __ c..i. Terms .d nIX *r u 01' .. of Cty' of HI'., ,,h::1 I U 'I'd'I'd:: :: : tddrtxind laim. .:: I ..::..:.
,tot .null Nur ml IOWA and 1 JT4ti ,
bers at any time The only expense Mrs Grace othf than form 'erlalu is for I linn interprcj's: "r. uf th ,v 1 I IR for APPIlrATIOH ',aPaid! car In my offlrt nt I. .Paid nr Mint will bt 1.-r ""
FOR TAX DIED has i 'it. 'l. or Ui tnf Iwuin ,,120 ,.f Iht INS PniLit Ad
tranw. ortitlon ,r a It..:ructort i.idaim and Irs A. A. 1 .yne Cl i 17467P. "ut of I II I. 1 In Ads ... with law t r '... Doted Jun. 17ILLA j If MA/ICI I 1
old of mission'orc In Vbor Ci.y ASklTNo t Ic the followingPropene .d I' .. .
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b silicon that L. B. R' situated ki Dade Cou F...w.1 A. Adminweatrta
rft . ,
John A 7 ks led the Wlr- J.'nw .. 101..1.I.
CHICKEN NLA' SlTPLtt IMn. I *.t 01. Coun Tax < ..
CHEN BY IIFNUERSONS I m'rvlceus title .... 14 M ht h day t, IxH Bln-k 4. 5555 ,Slant' ..... IIr feet publlc.iMn n. Jules i"PPLICA ,2': '1J. .
... 11, II. Julr
CI ,
f Hide.
Aue D. ) it. I. lid unit in mr Uu ,1 HI..h. r I
N.r. and Mr F M. Hen,'crson Hulferty rrv de'I 01/ Hi* made littlor for I ft offlrti/ u .. od t.rU "
1O'1 1 n R
refreshment '. Ui it ... belies! th B.I Ci ifltt .l. .. luM.. Th. w ftl.f NOTICE o' < IHUM
( Princeton entertained umber cou. t 1 'OR i nu u
f ea. < the 'ilkut described ...! r rly under. t' -.If" up AIMII KIN or 1
cf rrienat a Chickenilau and P., ert 'jcsld. ho. nan I ; It County of t>dt. >u>.property < of ..t .Iwutol .., of U.. .lit'I I ION IF nILUl" b CNNlmThR&184 K .
ice Tu..da.vnln were: t Van Ge... '. IV -'. T nili' to with ,,,. I II.f PTFH1C;N' M\\4r: WA.bA u > EIINOH
cream supper t S, H ork M North Almost HI Vtamh _. m.rk .J Street UWM.
a. their home In Princes n. Hodf Mri Go, Fri" P's.. \ lUtnbdn Plat Book M. I Ct Cl'- nf tt C. il' laid.. "'! Ho-frrnArcoNCE

Guests were: an! 1 Uii 'Wesley Harr Croi wii.., r.. c. U. T.FloT'w' 's c; tin' ol Dido W-' bV...J. >'. rlil 10" ..t Tb nkn MM, ml Ortlf of iTo Nona 1 : h..rBits tint It T ".>f.

Campbell, M am. ,IrI.. A'tour Plu.r, B' r i H -hawayMrs .MM I sold pntftr., sad ..irty under .. ttkrtl'l. of ..-. 10 limit* and of Won MICU I.>DooM Ulnor County I'rtvn, 'tt, Ikl big., will tr,
Fogte, Mr. and Mrs \ W. B-thea, '<. H. Owens, iln. F. G. of DM I HI Union BIT. .M *d v 1 u I raw*and 4tdl WM Ia... wm see Ut >>rd dr a July' A. r lbX

/ Mr and Mrs. Noun PeUrtoi. .Mr. Robs .irln :, V UnU. ...I.fl.: .... (, I } tee., r '' I l rtifk-iut ihtll W toIw '... e.5. thtrttf ut.u* Mint Jr p.w uf b. .. Urv.lt:
I'J ... | will to out
: .. fcw u OP
ae."dl tbt .b't.4M
and Mri Black rf South .rattan 3 .el n. flatMt' ... aw.tolt lo tl t [>to ldo rht JUT, M Kill d... t July, A. D. Court of tw r 'nlk Judltwl, ,lrr Miami.,It I.nd .,
for Itedn ( us", rnrlilt tit
C rdens, KIlv Faye t nprClyde Ia R. Y; Burr, I. .a. La .e t CouH hob t door t b Hand .falld l h lltk *." of' '. A. D. 1(40. YtorI.... a. "."a *Mfen.' .. servinga.
I tht nv.hU of Aiin. Width
Ifonderion Ma.'ion Ht ,- Pope ant" Was Eu Ray. 4"n nth. day Ill Atm.1 ... 'u. *' L. ITRERMAN.: { Ordtr ft UntnttN .and..h.f
1t.Ckrk be told nlontIht
day Hoptlo
trout crIJ8do \.I( rt
... 'I r
of J'i" I. .
listed taM job Up '
-deraon.inSPOPAL kwwa e-
.... vr now
..IIi''. Fluty Blt
it Tie llev !flair Game was I I LB. 1 N 1lla. F './ a-I .. offs
ci.r of r MI coon wen" *
\ ." 11M sold sailuaM
At nu.Uy.SETS' din!) guest c>* >f.r.. and airs J. Cctrt ..1. I- Connie. "nrUftCJrmtt l.:{1 M.J* C;..imUIBTT rS.U: see.*,!Ot VU sou5s... W lams Ulu .......

tit;. '.'L&ED .DI8 LCNrilEON !d. iloUertjr Su..-jy. "t N. O fTERtn D. C ""*"" Dual al.. "'' I., A. County 1t. lUG.Florida,
A dish will be -- /1... It P. July .. la, 19481 in or APPI irATiow' lib lash acrulfWA.
covered luncheon role TAX DUO T

held by the Woman Auxiliary Of Robert )c. McDonald of No nth NOTICE- OF" I NATION Chapter nit It,,'AII--*... ., Its \AARON M.. ,.:.:.tit.I L1NUa. rITE!, 101.

St John's Episcopal Church nut Miami Beach was e dinner guest Canonry ME 11467-AimP TA.. DEED of ISSII If... It WTMT nto Uw ...... IkOrvtt A ttars.. ft .tutM.DuUtliuj._

Friday 12:30: at the home of Mrs Sunday' of Uf. and Mrs Curtis I Put A.- boa er ., Pus and County: Tan: 505 alaaras.. ,
Nets II Mcwsy When that L. 1.M Boa- Gat/f5.... No. '0." __ the ask Up o M .
Edward Staling In Florida City L.ie bdd.w of Seattle oM County Tea Qonio. June A. D. 1SSS, kM loW MOM !. -I{, IJ_ '1, .., July I. 25. U. lUG

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' Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, June 28,1940

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HOMESTEAD Nitkv to. hereby. ah..ro ..h..he i imfHIiu Art0.!
i f th. t.khdd.ra Qf the ,'
wW..WnW.WWw ..WNN,..NnNNWrrwWn KOT MunwrlM Co. will loa Mod.at h.
III.* c'Impaay at H.n" t.nd. F",
panled(Continued Mri From Rohrer'i Page.0 Five nand) ,' ..p.a. w YNndae.dhseton:.nf.r the July and:u.'n't.anaa.tinh? :: :,,".?M.j.t ",,:,..,, F RNKi

i daughter-in-law, Mi" and Mrs. I bwlam a. Slay.P"" e h.fore the Meal Fla.Wis.
H. KROIU' aes.t rpJua.
Verne Rohrer of Miami on amonth' I ( aM, July t. 1..0.
visit to Condo N. D, and
Shaw. Mlsi, are expected to return Ehler's Shredded Wheat
t + Friday. Factory Packed MIRACLES

} Mr. and Mrt. S. Heffner and I iYMPiK ti da P Cof fcc Biscuits wiiP
I, family of CTOUM, N.C, have taken

rt t J.an Mead.apartment_at the home of T. I 5 lbs..25c lb. _.25c pkg. 9 c Qts. .29 c _

: Mr. and Mn. Claude High and THEATREMIAMI :=== Pillsubury'g Bestrlour
. family of Miami were Sunday
'& guest of Mr. and Mri Rudolph
Mattson.r I ((25 till IP.ro.SSotill .. m.; 89c
,. Miss Juanlta-Slawnon of Fort 4ee Evening) 20 Ib. baA
Pierce returned home Sunday I
after a three-week visit at the
"' home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert AKMOCK'S
Nature-Sweet -
f Hunter. SATURDAYEdward Tomato Juice, 2 giant cans,! /C 3 I
..i Mr. and Mr7. .f.f. Owens and G. FRUIT COCKTAIL
It(< children of Jacksonville are guest
IV at the home of Mr. and Mri R. B. RobinsonAnn COUNTY-KIST ==
j Chandler. 2 tall cans .25c cans.19C
= or |
Sunday lIue7ti the home of Sothern
Mrs. M. Silverman were: Mr. and
Mri. D. Zimmon and their ion, -in- Vil-Vila RAISIN BRAN 2 pkgs. .25c 1
: David of New York, Mr and Mrs. .
.. Sam Silverman and children. San Peaches
dra and Ira Joe, and Justice Schy. "BROTHERORCHID" =
con. Alfred Silverman, young so mien IT wmrs _
grandson of Mrs. M. Silverman returned No. 2% MLNUT 3 tall cans 19C
25c ,
to Miami with Mr. and Mrs. = can ................ -- _
Zimmon for a short visitMrs. I

.' Selma MatUon of Cape SESSION'S HEALTHFUL =
Sable spent the week-end = Ivanhoe
home of her -I wat a :1
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Johnny SUNDAY and 1 MACARONI Peanut Oil 1
Becker. MONDAYWilliam =3
= or
I' Mri M. Silverman visited relatives
i I(.' Tuesday in Miami and Miami Beach Holden | POTATO SALAD Pint Quart2 Gallon |

Bonita Carnvillein 22c 39c 65
Mri. C. P. Sheffield and ion, c |
.. Carl, of Miami were week-end | 2 tall cans. .. ..25cTry
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold -
= li FREE In Our Store
Sheffield. = Friday and Saturday IRISH POTATOES 10 Ibs.. .23 C 1
t Mrs. J, S. Caves and Moss Sever "THOSE WERE
: returned Thursday of last week
I from Lamont, Fla.

Mr. and Mrs Alonzo Lewis left THE DAYS"Mean 3 lbs. CHOICE MEATS
M Wednesday for a month'i visit in l
.............................""""" """"" F.1 ==

1 Fresh, Crisp Otep: lb.1 ISd I

Demonstration Friday and Saturday =

i Lettuce

\ Guaranteed Used Cars IH-Lb. Avf.
Large Heads .==

I 1)39! FORD DELUXE 85 TUDOR TRUNK 2 for . .25c EACH 45c =

SEDAN-original grey finish; upholstery
1 as clean as new; two tail lamps; bumper Fresh Georgia CUT FROM BRANDED BEEF c

'guards; panel clock; two sun visors; two ClingstonePeaches
Chuck Roast ''b
I horns; two wipers; deluxe steering wheel; 27c

deluxe radio; four new tires. A new car '
I slightly used.

:. nAN-a good clean car ready to take :3 ------.19c
4. } you on that vacation. =
., 1937 ell E V R 0 L.E; T FORDOR DELUXE
TRUNK SEDVN-hydraulic brakes; all
J steel body; knee action. DEXTER O1 =

: I 1935; PLYMOUTH TUDOR TRUNK SEDAN. Sliced Bacon lb. 1C |
;. .+. 1931 FORD COUl'E. \

Bird Chevrolet. .. Co.OUMt VEAL ROAST, lb .. . 29c s
i Chevrolet TWO r Florida Eut Tout
I Homestead Florida Telephone 91 _
)f H RINSO, large _.. ...... 3cg FRESH DELICIOUS -

; medium ........ 9c COTTAGE CHEESE, lb. 220cLUX

J DAVIS french floor VARNISH i 1 FLAKES, Ig..23c

l'L' easy to cpply-wll net turn wAffo s med. 9c SWIFTS CIRCLE "S

!' It only two $1 JO to KftnUh floor of 159aqtiw 1 LIFEBOY SOAP _._.7cn PICNIC HAMS, lb. .. .. ..
feet with a WlLant, *(>*r-pr T, SCUM
Proof Cost of Davis Fiowcv Ft .VAJU-IW. Iteaa / ar\' LUX TOILET SOAP.. 7c GEORGIA SMOKEDBacon
U washed without tnrdnahkI i I
ar wag its|low|It'*ewer U<: > f\*. I
.;t than ah it and lasts font or An, t L1k r PARR "b. I7c
r !C- g0f

i f Brooker Lumber Co. I Dot Food LFiN AND MEATY ,

Homct ea4. Fla. phone (1 3 cans .... .25c SPARERIBS, lb 15Ctr =
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