The leader-enterprise
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 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: July 5, 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: UF00087294:00286
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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SOUTH DADE Meat by Fourth Hundreds of July of Pounds Celebration PreparedFor Here WORK\ ON $15,000 PLANT' TO

INMOVEMENTFORDEFENSE This edition of the Leader-En--I noon Thursday, provided by the START IN MONTH; DILL SAYS

i I Enterprise was printed Wednesday I Homestead Diamondball Association ,
night In Older that members of with the proceeds going to
the staff might have a holidayon I the association's treasury which Is
the Fourth and participate In 'suffering<< from a deficit. AS RESERVATIONS ARE MADE
the celebration at the Homesteadcity A strong Key West team, and a
park today.Celebators picked aggregation of local players
were to enjoy a were to play a baseball game in
Local Division to Help In barbecue and Brunswick stew at the afternoon and a diamondballgame Khcney. Woods OfficersOf Only 300 Applications Arc

Move to Preserve at night on the municipal Vets' OrganizationWilliam Necessary to Secure

American Ideals LOCAL SCHOOL dIamond.Preparations for the noon-day ConstructionTOBEONLYUNITOF

I feast were started early Wednes- E. Rheney of Homestead

MASON ROBERTS IS day night under direction of F. D. was elected president of
HEAD OF COMMITTEE GET Mock, president of the association.' Miami chapter Rainbow Division ITS KIND IN FLORIDA
Hundreds of pounds of meat and
Veterans' Association, at a meetingat
Unit Part of HEALTH UNIT AIDThe other food went into the huge bar
Organization becue pits and large caldrons to the Coral Gables American Economy and Convenience

Having Membership, be ready' for the "comeandgetit" Legion ball Tuesday night W. for Farmers and Town

of Two' Million Dade County health unit, call to the large crowds that H Woods also of Homestead, was Residents Cited
were expected. elected historian.COUNCIL -
recently inaugurated constitutes
A local division of the' Dade
I Addition of a rrfngeiai nd
one of the county's greatest progressive Local School Ground
County chapter of the Committee .. ,
steps and its benefits will cold storage plant at the' (F d i iI
to Defend America was formed at be reflected In all branches of To Get Layer of Topsoil MOVES City Slate Farmers' Mack, : v

a meeting of representative citizens rural and urban life through the I pected to be made next 111" ,I II
to come, declared Dr. Elam Placing of a two-Inch of
of Homestead and surrounding years layer TO GET MORE was announced bv Gnii I !F:
T Cato, director of the unit, In a : soil
communities at the American topped with sod on the playground I Dill manager of the m /I '
Legion Hall last night talk before the Redland District i and 'patching up" barren Mr DIJ:I said the *title n+ 'pup

The county committee was form- Lions Dr Club Cato Tuesday night. places in the lawn at the Neva LAND FOR PARKSForeclosure board lastieek informed I, ": tl, it
ed two weeks ago at Miami and Is was introduced at the construction of the plant, v .' t I.r',
Dr Geo. N MacDonell King Cooper School will start
meeting by ,
of national
part a organization immedIately after 300 app? -n-
started several months ago, which director of public health for Miami.Dr. August 1 under direction of the proceedings on city- tor spice in the buildliikcshed ,IV .

has a membership of 2.000.000 In MacDonell declared the inauguration Dade County school board, it was held tax certificates against five raiding the ipp I".. .
200 cities and communities.. of the health unit was due announced this week by Charles plots of land, to be converted into are received within a In"1" i, -
The of the largely to the efforts of the local ,
purpose organization reedy a large number r -
Lions Club. "The clubs G. Turner, local member of the parks was authorized in a resolution -
is to crente and maintain the tenacity I Lions have been made. liThe ,' t+
of In seeking the unit board. passed bv the city councilat
highest of pal itism and to campaign purpose was plant will be the ,'d > "" i.
against doctrines and actions the main" factor'that made it pos The work was authorized upon a meeting Monday night: of Its kind in Florida and w III cost
detrimental to democracy. sible, he said. request of the Redland District The plots are in Fisk Manor, $I .OOO. the manager sold 1 t'oe'i'
The local committee chose Ma- Dr Cato who recently was city Chamber of Commerce C. J. Par- Varena Heights Downer Palms addition are 64 such re fri&\ eting ,iI' ,Id<
son Roberts chairman, Geo. health director for Birmingham, man and Benjamin W Morris. a Pmehurst addition and storage units in Alabama, .1",1" 1111'\,
Cooper, vice-chairman and Thos.E. Ala.. said the unit, at present Is chamber committee contacted the Boulevard addition. have proven highly sueee '", "ire
Kirby, secretary-treasurer The functioning slowly, due to the pro- board after the chamber member- Mayor Tom Harris told the pointed out.
following were selected to composea cess of organization. The work ship voted to ask for the Improve- council purchase by individuals of "The new unit will bi ( 11'plete -
membership committee: W. E. for a time, will be purely of an ment at a recent meeting local land acquired by the tote: food handling esuibii ,Its," m.
Rheney, W H. Owens, Roy Chandler educational nature, with workers Mr. Turner said approximately under the Murphy act should be where farmers und toi ,a :i''i'''
Mayor Tom Harris, L. H. going before clubs and civic organizations 1,000 yards of soil will be placed encouraged as a means of lower- can have meat fish pnult" "ult'
Greer, Dr. J. A. Smith, Curtis Lee ta explain the proposed on the school ground ng the tax rate. The property and vegetables. processed 1 i u, p
Geo W Turner and Carl Hobson. work and plans of procedure would have an assessed va' ration and stored for future use: \1 i Mli t
Charts H. Crandon, chairmanof "The unit will follow I preventative of $1 2OOO and if privately owned
said. Tie plant will\\ con -t i of
the Dade County committee, not a curative, program," LIME GROWERS' would bring $3: ,000 yearly taxes, four majtn depart menu. Fit I" a ,
and Ted Reb"r, vice-chairman, said Dr. Cato. "We Intend to ex- the mayor said. cooling end aging room Yo'11i (. lulktie
explained the i rposes of the or- amine school children of the coun- A draft of an ordinal which
meats alt stored Next I.
ganization. Th were Introducedby ty before schools open and give IL'LT HARVEST would give' the city authcmty to, cresting room whets air "- ,.nor '
(Continued on Page Two) condemn undesirable and unsafe
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Mayor ground end wrapped and i w i 'revegetalki
i- I buildings In Homestead was read
TO AID MARKET( : are prepared to fi" ('zng -
Godwin Preparing for Haycock Then comes the freei i .
,, TAKES Tri-State F. F. A. MeetJ. I where fond a quickly u, i n .I
will be presented before the council ,.
I 20 degrees below zero &0I I .r' ,
Redland Dif 'let houses
packing for adoption at the next meet-
T. Godwin of Homestead freshness and flavor And t i' ill I .
HORN: 12 TO 9 yesterday nol, led Persian lime
I state public speaking champion of the locker room where tin 'II ill
the Future Farmers of America rowers[ to discontinue harvestin .i mi Service Posts be hundreds of Inllvldual I"ik<..rs I

IN Si U UG-FEST Is preparing for the trl-state of their fruit until Monday as a i Open at Key West rented to customers. Food I held in ,
F F A. contest to be held means of stabilizing the market these lockers at a trmpemt v undergoes -
at the F. F. A. state" camp near I Open competitive examinations no change In qUIItI' dur.
which has been weakened by wide-
Won Lost Pet Athena, Ga., July 1'. Godwin will to fill positions of molder, molder uig months of storage, and i h II ady
Home 8 4 .667Brookor compete v.th champions of Ala- sprer cool weather in the central helper, rigger, rigger helper muhinlst for Immediate use .
8 S .500 bama and Georgia and northern states : machinist helper, pattcmiuker 'Locker storage, effects *,
Pen H) 3 7 .300 Godwin will spend I week preceding Haling the harvest was decided sheet met.i worker, ship- eri>ble savings in the ,tus' U, I f i
1 the tourna' v.nt at the University upon at A meeting of packers ye' 'ter, shipfitV helper and cop- bi'l!! find it pro' 1S' '" ilier
lames This Week of Florida at Gainesville smith for work at the United food at all ys.. r ,il, a
July Perrlnj: VI. Brooker. where he will receive coachingand terday afternoon at tie puck I tea naval station at Key West greater utlllzatln ol n. -swat.,

Jul; *-Horp vi I rrtiie bru up" on Ms speech He house of Gordon-llobton, IPtaranja. .,'e been announced by the meats, veget.th' an. h< I i,rudr -

July 10-Pert .< vs. nr<..oker. will be accompanied to the t-i- Th *e attending 's .. states civil service comI ucU
state trio is by Ceo N. W :eflcld Harold Gordon E. A. O I mission.Applications "Perhaps the greatest ec ,, ?my
Every memb. of th Perrine advUor .' the local' r. A. W. Doni, C. J. Parma .t, I for examinations for and convenience accrue ',> the
team contribute ot I"'. one run chapter Broeker, Harold Kend. .cue 1 coppersmith shiptitter and ,hiptitter I farmer He cm slaughter sic unals
to take a 12-to-tf vi from Winner of the trl-state will be Mathers and Carl Plows I helper will be received un- or poultry regardless of ,son
Home at the municipal *]I' field eligible to compete In the southern The pac.-era also de..ldi* to]I ith further notice The others will and enjoy fresh meat wr'mover
Monday night I regional The winner of the make no shipments by *nn.k or o> -'''ed until July IT Appli- I be. wants 1I It
The game went on Ice In the regional will go to the national boat until Monday. Express -hi blanks may be obtainedthe i I "T'-wnspeople fwd locker r
second when six Perrine men which will be held at Kansas Cityin menu were etctyfed. labor board recorder I plants a big convenience and
crossed home plate Thereafter, August There are )pa>rimatey 1.800 llmiUd I Statesal station KeyI money-sa\er They can Guy In ,'
the team brought i In the The winner of the national contest acres of limes, allied at ( O.oOO,1 I West, and at first or secondh J bulk and store the) pea. !' ':11:
(Continued on Page Two) will receive a prize of ':iOO. in the local trea ,-3 pott oftk. I' (Com.nut Pw T

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'Friday July 5 1940'

Mossese-see..ssona 0---- reservations for the fifth camp j

HEALTH UNIT goose Brooker eggs.took On It easy the In other collecting hand,I Redland Girl ScoutsBy period beginning Au,. 4 and con 'i

PERSONS MISSEDIN markers; one In the first, two In KATHLEEN CAMPBELLsetooYONINNYMNNNIMIseNNN11mNNNNN,1Yw tinuing through Aug. B at Greyj j
(Continued from Page One) the third and fifth three In the nolds Park: Elvira Burry, Kath j
We met at the home ot Mrs. leen Campbell Teenie Torbert and
them periodic examination duringthe the seventh
FARM CENSUS sixth and one each In
school year. If any child If and last Innings Tom Torbert In Goulds on Tues- Kathryn Levy. 'i
found defective or has traces of Horne day at 3 o'clock with Teenie Tor- The entire troop, with the adult
third baseman for ,
MAY MAIL DATAThe disease, recommendation for his made Smith two runs, both of them bert a* hostess. who transport them, will enjoy the

treatment will be made to the homers. Bishop, his teammate at Mil Small urged all the girl three lessons In astronomy which .:
school and the will be given in Bayfront Park
parent shortstop, also made a homer. to take part In every summer activity on
census of farms In the Red- The director laid the unit will that is being offered by the' the evenings of July 11, 13 and,
land District ended Saturdaybut strive for the highest degree of Only one error was made during Dade County Girl Scouts, Inc 25.

persons missed by the tabulator sanitation In hornet and places the entire game, which ran Marie Rogers, Teenie Torbert
), may fill out blanks and for- visited by the public, particularly eleven Innings and that was leftfielder chalked and Kathleen Campbell accompanied -

word them either to the area census restaurant and other eating places up against Wittkop by Mrs Albert Campbell,
office at Miami or to the department and trailer camps The slightest for Brooker. began horsemanship lessons at the
of commerce at Washlnton ,- Infraction of ganltatloni laws will Thomas, hurling for Brooker Hialeah riding academy last Mon- ? muz
D S., It was announced this be reported to the county healh did good mound work by strikingout day morning. These classes will be
we,'k by Z. O. Young, district department with recommendations ten men and allowing four held every Monday morning at I N.
the Dade for Immediate he sold walks. His opponent, dives fan-
supervisor of Countycensus. correction 0.30. This same trio and Lena ftUfllMIAMl AMCLOSING
The blanks may be ob- Immediate Isolation' of all ven- ned three 'and walked nine Dell Bond, accompanied by Mrs.!
vined at the Lottder-Enterpii.se ereal disease, as well ai other com tennis the'
Tom Torbert, played on
office municable also will be
courts of the Water Tower In Coconut -
Mr. Young, who recently ordered undertaken by the unit ,Dr. Cato Grove on Tuesday morning

A recheck of the district because said Persons with venereal disease These classes will be held every
of the general unfamiliaritywith who are without funds will One
from )
( Page Tuesday and Thursday mornings
be sent to public clinics for treat
the government's definition. they are ready to use it. Verified ,,01 9.30. a I
of a farm, sold lie believes that ment. report show that a family in this The following girls have campAbie's
there are only a small number of At present the unit has only way can save from $75 to $100 a
firms to be listed. several workers In the field, but the Bargain
yet year on food and at same time
Under the census specification, the staff soon will be increased toa enjoy better quality food and a 1 10 0
highly efficient strength the director I
Lunch RoomA.
farm defined greater variety.
a is as being property said. The unit also will TablesRUMMAGE
of than "Fishermen hunters,
more three acre In function In the of the and too,
negro areas
extent or a plot that produces a county! he said will find the plant to their ad- B. (CORE Prop.

early gross profit ot more than Vfntage by storing their catches 219 State Highway I
1.250 for Its owner or owner. and bags here. The fisherman SALE
The Miami census bureau I* DIAMONDBALLContinued need no longer to dispose of fish South Miami

located at 258 S. W. North River, that he cannot use."
drive 1 1Cook's ( from Page One) Mr. Dill said he hopes to obtain Dining Room and Kitchen 5c-10c-25c

third, one In the sixth and two In the necessary 300 applications Under Supervision of

Casino Caters the ninth. within two weeks. Application J
Horne made Its best bid for victory blank may be obtained at the office BOB and AL DYSON HUNDREDS OF ITEMS
To Pleasure, Comfort In the fourth when four men of Charles H. Steffanl!, coun-
I came home but the opposition' ty agricultural agent Formerly of Bryant' Corner PRICES .

Cook1 Bathing Casino In Miami lead could not be overcome I
Beach, located on Ocean Drive, at I Bishop, shortstop for Horne, con- I, Open 24 Hours a Day
Fifth street the continuation of tributed three runs, one of which DR.M.A.BERGERDentist SLASHEDON
the county causeway, Is centrally was a home run. He also cloutedout CURB SERVICE 1

situated in one of the most beau- a three-base hit. Both teams Lunches, Sandwiches and Cold
tiful sections of the ocean front evenly divided eight errors. Drinks at Popular Price EVERYTHING
and has every modern conveniencefor Horne also lost a game last Fri-
comfort and pleasure. day night to Brooker 9 to 10. Office Hours 8:30-4:30 mose
Horne had Intentions at
good ,
The casino's beach Is spaciousand
the start. The boys brought In First National Bank
well guarded. Then also is a
four In the first and five
runs runs
well-equipped solarium, where
In the second. After that their Bwrldintf[
licensed masseurs are in attendance USED CARCLEARANCE
score sheet was splotched with
Open Evenings by Appointment
Refreshments luncheon and I
dinner are served In the attrac- tive dining room overlooking the
ocean. The bathing accessories department -

NOTKR or APPIirAriUN If complete and offers SALETHREE
rim TAX DKM nationally-advertised beach and
Chapter FII 17f61A.> A.SUM i>( lUll sparta wear. Also are offered NEWT. G. BALLNOTARY
NMkit U hereby that D. ..
liven L. SUniv souvenirs and giftsTurner's ,
', ', :Ides nf Mate and C.>untr To Orll-
fti.U \'". fl.,54 Issued. the 7th day of August 'PUBLIC DAYS ONLYFRIDAY.SATURDAY.MONDAY
A. Oh.Oil, has filed unit in my offlo.
and masts application for a ui dmiIn .
b< issued thtraun gold Certtitso ."'. I Funeral Home
brat.* the following described ", In
Ira .inl> o( Dodo. status of Florida, to.Lota Fire Insurance and I
It to 14 Blk SS North Miam i JULY 5.6.8
Kindred Lines
Hlnhlindf. a Resub., Plat lit*,k 21 Lady Attendant
fan I. patina, ;-.. Township bit
S of..ulh l>...It It.. sate... 41 iif Florida....t. In the County II Phone 584-R Homestead Fla. 'I All cars in running shape and sold as is. Make a

The ......m.nt of mid property ands I J5 N. Krome Ave. light truck for next farming No trades
lh< sold ....ill..,. .Issued was In the namt! season.

0"Vn\l. Harrr\ .. mid W..Ol.loir eortlflral, shell b< teemed Let GARLIC Help Fight taken at these give away prices.
ac'ortlin* to low tho pn.perty dn.rrlb.dIher The cheapest and best town.
.in will bt avid to the hlvhral bidder .t Harmful Colon Bacteria
the t'<.urt ho".. done on the tint M..nilar ID
In tho month of Ausu.1910.. which la Oak itf sorts f Harmful baeterui!.Maama.Utad t
the eth dar of August l 1'111. wajt matter In your claim Mar aolaonlni 1930 Chevrolet

Dad this Hlh EH.day of LKA1HERMAMClrrk Jun.I0/0. .. t>..<.rh.. and you dl and' ..Mushy. Try rEAHBOHNavDFFI distressing .._.."....._. '_' .h. .... .... $40.00
of Circuit c. nrt, dortaaa Garlia/ Tablata. Coal IB 1932 wuiys

Circuit Court ....... Dndt Culintr Florida rntltJ sod eat I FREE trial ...k.... K: "r Roadster _......."u _' .. uU 25.00
at Dixie Dra,.
By N. C. TFRRm D. C. 1928 Ford
i Juno II. ID. July I, 11 It4ul 55.00
Tudor .... .. .. h.
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r 1930 Ford 70.\JO

M1 6I Tudor ._ __._...._. .. ..,
; I 1933 PlymouthMSedan
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1932 Ford V-8
Sedan ._ ..01
I 193 Ford
COUNTY 45.30
t Pickup .___ ___._.. ..
1931 International 99 00

Pickup -__ _._' II
Vegetable Growers 1933 Chevrolet 125 OO

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A NEW MAN I, 1031 Tudor rhrvr.ilit____ ____ _u. U" fit .QQ

Our Southeastern divisional office at Ken- I restore CHIr.OPftAC'l.I iiisands dan o', Bird Chevrolet Co.Oldest .

dall, Florida, will remain open throughout I sick a'n ailing people) t. I II Chevrolet Pef"on Florida Last CoastHomestead 9.
the for the benefit of those 11who i Florida Telephone
growers health .tlany[ h* i tried -/fJ

might be interested in discussing with ev"rythu.jj: ese! in vai::. -
.AI''r m
' us their 19 o.19U marketing problem Dun sa: you can't get p AL maamtmm 40ONNOW a.ma-sirs elm.m6

rid of yur, trO\I1,1e, or-

ganic o" lh l'\vi." until WARDSTILING

Pay Us A Visit you ha' e given Chiropractic !

: RICAN: FRUIT GROWERS, INC. Con t1ltati"n a chance.without RLA'uTOR'.

obligation. Real Estate ( neral Insurance
f A. UNSo 3. a DUD.Diy. Hoars 1-1.:: M: '-$ .
Sudan br Appointment I
i ion Manager Sale Huuter NOTARY PUBLIC

Dr. R. J. Elliott Cor. Palm Ave. and Ave. D Florida City, Fla.

Harm BId,. Mamttttti F1a.I. PHONES! Ml-J AND IU.MPage
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Friday, July 5, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pave Three

weeks until July.Diseases Retired Loral Grocer six months later for his health.:
U. S. Must l\1
Weapons of Warring
Mr. Phillips Is survived by several -
I particularly black spot, ,
I Dies in Hospital Here
I brothers and sisters In Al1-]
Nations to Keep Its Peace, Club Told on such plants as hollyhocks phlox bama. A nephew Brown Phillip..

delphiniums, and roses, may be The body of Thomas Jefferson lives at Goulds.
-- controlled by spraying or dusting
Upon the United States' ability Icgeance to Hitler, 00,000 acknowledged regularly, using d a Phillips, 75, retired grocer who I .
to equip Itself quickly with I Communists and 18,000 Fas- 1 pray or fine sulphur : a XdSst. died Saturday at the Post Grad

:weapon of the lame quantity and I I cists, with at least 2,000,000 sym I When leaves of tulip, narcissus, uate hospital, was taken to Florence Prompt, Courteous Service
quality that are In use In pathlzers for the most simple
Europe port -
I etc., have died down dig the bulbs Ala,, for burial.A at the
today will rest the decision of peaceor 1 minded people Incapable of doing -
and dry In the shade. Clean when
II native of Florence Mr.
war, declared S. S. McCahtll. their own thinking.
dry and store In a dry cool place .
Miami attorney and former com The Declaration of Independence land replant In the (all.Shrubs' Phillips came to Homestead In SINCLAIRService
mander of Harvey Seeds Post, has greater Importance today 1919 and established a grocery
American Legion In a talk before than in any year since Its adoption I' which bloom early, such store on West Flagler avenue,
the Homestead Rotary Club Wed Mr. McCahill said. It stands as golden bell and white sptreas, which he operated until 1026. Several
should be pruned now, or soon StationJohn
nesday noon. for all principles that European i years later he opened a
after they have bloomed. Prune
"We are in danger of becoming dictators are seeking to crush he grocery at Goulds and maintained
and fall bloomers
embroiled in the conflict, but ag- pointed out.GARDEN. summer it until last year.

greslve nations will hesitate to .,11I" ,,,,,,,,..,,,...,?,.....,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,/,,,,,,....,,...... winter. After closing his Goulds business E. Davis, Prop.
antagonize us If we are fully pre Ants In the lawn or about the Mr. Phillips returned to Flor- 8. Krome APhone! 9110AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

pared," he said. "Dictators pick on HINTS shrubbery may be controlled by ence, but came back to Homestead I
a nation only when a poison bait made of one teaspoonful -

sure of victory.they Will are reasonably the- soo...."..'''.'''.'''''"'.'''.'"'.....'''''.........,....,... of paris green and one .

government with pound of brown sugar scatterednear
spend enough money Stockier plants longs
for defense to assure peace? And branches and increased number of the entrance to the holes.
can It? These Another method 1s to squirt a teaspoonful -
are two questionsof blooms may be had by pinching
vital Importance today." out the top or terminal bud of such of carbon dlsulphlde In 7
these holes with an oil can and r
Mr McCahill China asters,
centered his talk plants as zinnias
around principles of the Declaration cosmos, and marigolds when 0 to stop up with wet soil. 1. 0
of For a continuous supply of zinnias -
Independence which was 12 Inches tall.
make three to four plantings
adopted 164
years ago yesterday. Prune climbing roses Immediately -
throughout the season. A second
The document was not peculiar to after the blooming period. Cut
late this month of such
the Ideals of the American people them within
back enough to keep
lowers marigold larkspur,
but embodied thousands of thin out of the
yearsof bounds and some
candytuft, nasturtium, petunia and ,
study to obtain I
a government older canes, leaving the new ones
sweet alyssum should be made.
which would
give the ultimate In to develop.
freedom. -The Progressive Farmer.EXPERT .

"The United States must make t Dahlias had during do best the where forenoon sun maybe and I ...................................vvvvvv, '

the same preparations for war today early afternoon with partial shade Yes Mrs Census Taker
that It made In 1917" ,
the the latter half of the afternoon.
speaker said. "If we are strong,
Petunias, zinnias nasturtiums ,
we will avoid war; If we are weak pansies, sweet peas, etc., may be we own our home
we must fight. We must prepare
the -
kept blooming throughout season
ourselves against the aggressors by never allowing them to BARBERING I
of the old world.
produce seed. If the blooms are II
"The fifth column Is strong In not all picked when fresh, pinch I .

our country and will prove almostas out when they begin to die. ; "We Built It
dangerous as the outintheopen bloomIng I HAIRCUT ...... 40c
Regal and other summer -
enemy In time of war If Its I
members are not catalogued and lilies should be planted now. SHAMPOO ...... 40c
Gladioli lovers will continue to i
kept under surveillance by the With a
F. B. I. It Is a fact that there are make plantings every two or threeGLASSES MASSAGE ...... 40c I

100,000 German Bund members In
i iiI
our country who have sworn al- BUSH'SBARBER \I MORTGAGELOAN;

Chapter 17(1,7--Act. of ttSI
File A.4UJ9
Notice .I. hereby liven that Jar Bi-ll Op
holder of State and Count Tai C.rtlf|. Your t
r.ta No. SIS asset the Srd dar of AuKint. (1'C7
A D. lust hu filed i unu In my offln,I d ,I
and han mad application fur ft Ua dwd SHOP
to to iMUint th>rn. Mali CtrtlflrU .m- + Arrangedby
braces the following described property la
the Count of Dad., BUM of Huriili, toW -
wits I
100 ft. Lot S. Block I E. a KROME AVE.
Bub. flat Book S, fan 99, In'ih* N.
Count of Dud., Slat of Florida !
Th. ......m.nl uf said property under
the aild, rmiflcau ma In the name oft
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la the tin day of August' 1(40 and
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.W'hM ,.Id.p.> .t ...neaora. '1-.
kr Hit South' Hid Publishing (....,...', AND FANCIES
J...,.... .. ..reed n.M null matter -. > 0 ." ',r "\, ";,-/ :: J.0
Marsh IS. 1013. M the post .(fir* MNonMrtnil '
Mircli-. 1171 -''''\.. '... :... lIOL'RS'Monday

Wednesday Thursday '

PEN ARCHER President and Editor 3-6 p. m .i

MAMJORII LBACH AR( HER. .._ ... Tuesday, Friday 10 .. m.-l p. m. I.

.. .. 1e..P and TrMHm {Saturday, 9-12 a. mi S-6 p m. '
y It.y 7-9 p. m.

lit DNA. tMDir 8111111C1IIPflOllllATlS, ......-..-!-.---...._ liOnUlife ," I'I l k. Mr. M k 1 By J\IRS.'J.-E. \UZEVS

.C tl.d. County ." .. '. .I1BI Intelligence Is not a thing that t
Ali merrily! comes but Is carved by

'effort The brain like the hand .

Edison In Florida grow with using. o e ."

F' iTlcki has Justifiable grounds This year Is:

lot criticism l of the motion picture The SOOth anniversary of the Invention

"EJi," n the Mm" In that the piclui of printing from movable

'olio any reference to Edi- I type. J.p

con'< I bet; residence at Fort MyersA The 400th anniversary of printing -
-t Mi Edison wasn't Just a VOtiNG /JnAN Otll! | on the American continent.

"to. 11 ..t" Ha first went to Fort lU/L1. Rr ITS ClflNIUGltTNr The 300th anniversary or print. ,,

M' i n 1883 ihortly after hit IN'OOL AVA -. I ing In colonial America. .w
firs 1 mentions. He established afob.r'tnry ''
S/NGLB Nl Regarding the SOOth anniversary "
: there In u modest ll/ .
of the Invention of printing I
"sh,a' "c,'' carried on many of hl $2Jo.O1l0
I quote from an Issue of The Pleasure -
exp imcnts there; and Henry Ford "
} of Publishing: ti
piked up the remnnnts of that -.>r F: SU/AUOU/ BV BLINO'vEWFISH
laboratory and added It to his col. ;; "The forerunner of printing In ;1

led, ion of Fdisonlnna at Dearborn. I Europe as Gutenberg establishedIt !

Mr E'l! son went to Fort Myers on RECENTLY ONE OME p.elzel'eNVNS I was block printing-it began :
about 1400 In China it began
a rr-lnomr from Cedar Key, before za r "moelNESTUD/OSS/rODENLY "
aT about 770. The Gutenberg Bible ;
tl! "'rr was a railroad From
y NISNEO"$200
then m. !he spent much time! did 010RAVr is undated but is supposed to be '
much v, ,nk there His last experiments : Jam.. about 1450. We call it the first
ro THE Of a
book-but do with
In synthetic rubbtr-were printed we so
conducted tl.ere. In hi. early days !!/ / nr 1l Y1/.H2AT/ON "'NOINS'TI.V a blindness which is Inexcusable. '

in Fort Mycn, he confined himself ;YN 17/1Z./V OPENED ITS &"AI'IRNOur There Is extant a printed ,book ,i

'o ''v to his laboratory that the "i 9011TSUCKN( IN THE 'U6H7l >> 'The Diamond Sutra,' which was

nelEhfo. become alarmed for his printed in 888. Gutenberg's name
htjUh ind his wife complained v r !t + f.rrOfJhfrfJfI10c4t&19rD: : is associated with movable type.

ni the did on the screen / titlh 1 y r TyEQD / # 1EAVTTTTTTTTTTTe In 1049 PI Shcng had invented

facts movable type furthermore, the
W III' reminded of these
bi U A Hendry of Tampa, whom Chinese had type made of tin in

i m,ill boy when the great VvvvvTTTTTT I that the first migrants to America 1111111I1111I11 I IIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIlhI; : i the ol Korea 12th century.ordered In the 1390 establishment the king-

In/" n' "i (first went to Fort Myers came from the Oi' tent. via III
linn :1.i i .v him Wil'! throughout hisdence CURRENT of a type foundry. He got
Alaska about 23000 years ago hisfirst font of In 1403 Andin
of Mr.Iilndl .
there. One
long I" during the Ice Age To Iiis, was
Years 1440 Gutenberg Invented printing
\ prized souvenirs is a Dr.
COMMENT added another statement by
All hail Westerners
finm, ,1 heck for $3.05. paid him Spindern of the Brookh scum us

by Mi Edison for goods from theItendr' By AGNEW WELSH that a second, wave cam pi bnbly It must be remembered that we

general store. AAAAAAAAAAAAAA"AAAAAAAAEdith 4,000 years ago-most Ilk .y the ; :! !!! .I11 I are also Indebted to the Chinesefor
the invention of with-
of film couldeast' r.rb.tlm paper
1'111; Producers the ,. Notes Mr Welsh veleomMmtnmenta forerunners of the Mn> in civilization -
hi. CommenU,." whetherthey from lilts .r the H.wrol'ad out which the printing booksin
Incorporated something of the Moundbuilders
> ave and ..
Enterprise: e.tnhlbhed M. 16. 1912.
b Mratmtnt ot variance been Impossible
or have
of Mi Edl on'. life and work In with his opinion.. Address cnmmunl.ratlini who Inhabited the valleys of the u th. South Florid. Banner end quantities

Flor eli''. adding to both Its Interest Roth St..to Miami Ain.w rU.welsh, Kl N. t Mississippi and its main extern stood leotard(..Ort......SI, 1011. with t1** Honw (Each copy of the Gutenberg
which printedon
end vc uty.-Tampa Tribune.I tributaries. He also fixed the date I Bible was
July 8. 1920 required the skins
Westbrook Pegler famous columnist of the Mayan decline as beginningabout sheepskin
'Miss Constance Edwards of Uf 300 animals.) Invented In
calls the American Youth
have seen the film entitled 700 years ago
Florida City was united in marriage China by the year 109 A. D., paper
Congress "the transmission belt of e e
while it Is
'Edl.<:on the Man and
with Jar Ryle of Savannah took over a thousand years to
the: Communist party" and Editor
that is well
a masterful production Sometimes we Americans get a
ialist Walter Locke of the Cox Ga, on Tuesday at 6 p m by travel westward to Europe.
worth teeing am Inclined to side little "uppity" and think we are '! Rev E. I. Gttmun of Florida City. e e e
chain of refers to Harold
with the Tampa Tribune In the papers "it" Intellectually. At such times a "
ekes[ "this Mr. and Mrs B. 11. Edwards, parents Last week 18 children attendedthe
as sharp-tongued gadfly -
contention that it Is decidedly unfair good brake for our optimism Is to (
of of the bride were present hour conducted under
to South Florida in general today. recall the Mayan civilization that story
as well as J. W Edwards and wife tho supervision of Mrs S. L. West.
and to Fort Myers In particular, flourished a thousand years: ago in j and Mrs W C. Norwood and
This will be continued
where he spent the winter season Mr. John Q. Public generally regards Southern Mexico I and Central Mr. and Mrs will program
Caioljn Ryle between 3:30: and
I each
for more than forty years, andw policemen as "rough necks" America. A scientist (Dr H J. make their home In Savannah Friday
4 30 the school vacation.
-ri ,III my of his inventions were; but there are notable exceptionsand I Spindern) recently Mud that their where Mr. Ryle is employed..' : during
At the conclusion there Is to be
J Q. must take off his hat to I
perfc d in his Fort Myers lab era began about 2002 years ago
or Joe Miller Miami patrolman A and that their thcinitlcal, attainments -"Sum McKinfctry and wife returned a prize given to the boy and girl
I I Sunday from Luke Okee- who have read the greatest num-
man scheduled to appear on a excelled the txjt of
Th i il scene In the play I
I where have vls- books.
I chobee they been ber of good'
program of classical music was put Europe of 200 yell01:0: and that
whr lends!
'u a great banquetIn
I iltlng Mrs McKinstiys parents Did know: Winston ChurchIll -
aboard ship for deportation as an they employed n1t'tJldd', of "uencel!I you
1'f' northern city (presumably I
I Mr. and Mrs J. E. Cochran. They the American novelist who
Nr Y Irk ) In celebration of the alien shortly before he was to appear. I and mathematics I ,it ru .','I' did''
I Officer Miller calledfrom I were accompanied by Dill and has been In retirement, has added
", was not attain until the clays of Ualileo
fifti nnlvcrsary of discovery of
his beat to fill in and Becky Cochin, who will visit here another volume to his literary accomplishments
appeared and Newton.
the electric! light Is entirely mis-
the rostrum In fun for a while" The title of the
regalia -
le for"ding it -i and happened contrary that to the Mr.facts and badge and artillery Included. Remains of the muunclliiuldera -"Mrs. Inez F. Bellows and new book la "The Unchartered

He three numbers and I'nephew, Bobby are visiting Mrs. Way.
Mr Ed: !- that memorable sang they work are thickly scattered over
: on spent were high-class ones at that. the Mississippi valley and Florida Green Rives. Mrs. Bellows is -.-.....................-...........-.........,...........
e\ is in Estero Florida and the
in Ice'' republished here from e e eAt has several Fruit M Setaler, I'jMr, Rives' mother" Children in CourtBy

The At I iran Eogle of June 6, the recent session of the Smithsonian Institution anthropologist -"We ate pleased to announce

1929, follows: American Scientific Congress a and thereto one whosestatements the approaching marriage of Judge Malcolm: Ilatfleld

most Interesting and Important beat the it' nip of Frankie L. Hobson of Homestead ....,......."........,.."...,.............."............"......
!n Saturday night, June 1,
wit! .. i'.o nation at large was cele- statement was made by Dr, Robertsof thenticity says this, r.ict carne and Carl Lindgren of Silver Palmon I SNOBBISHNESS AMONG

bent t t ",a fiftieth anniversary of the Smithsonian Institution :the South-Indians from the* aU.1 Saturday July 10th The STUDENTSIt
when he !of Mexico region that will b cere-I
When: ,mention of the Incandescent said evidence Indicated they mony performed in
well-developed religious ritual -"Mr. and Mrs Fleitas Is difficult to believe that
tJJ:"" I'>Ir. and Mrs. Edison
In contentment and awaited were great explorers As it indicated and Mrs Pintado and daughterreturned I class snobbishness Is practiced
I i
a.. 1 ."'i i brother Mr Miller, werel'uti1 I
ment of the storm. Ibate'I'I,by their possessing obsidian from on the afternoon train I among the very young However,
then supper by candle-light "It I I it is found In its most vicious form
in a ',i' tie rustic tea garden In was a strange :the Rocky Mountains. copper from Wednesday to their home in Key I
ween the lights of Wisconsin and i niie> '.i finest the \palachlans I West" among school childien If the possession

E jliere, they had foundrc.'i Y., and other metropolitan cent Some of their strur.lures | -"Mr. and Mrs. McDavid returned I of material wealth could
';:e during a violent thunder
ers, the gay crowds brilliantly are ;yet 30 feet high, 160 wide and this week from Georgia insure the possession of spiritual

1't t Illuminated shop windows, theatres 200 long and to build such stymied i where Mr Me'David has been I I kindliness, social snobbishness

'It .II happened In this way: ,and flashing signs and the rustic directed labor over a long period working"' (Florida City.) I would be unknown It often happens -

The InRulshed party were return little palm thatched building In the earth being transported In''i -"Mrs. E. J. Dyal complimentedher that a child is hurt by class "

;'r a 1\J'Ut.\ p. m. from some Estero, Florida where the great woven baskets. i mother Mrs J. Gordon Mc- mates who have snubbed him because \

point < interest they had visited electrical wizard who made pos- e I Sweeney on lust Saturday with a of his inferiour social standing 1

7 e down tl! Tamlami Trail, and when sible the turning of Bight Into day Seismologists have long rccog-j, surprise birthday party and a lack of wealth or poor clothing .

mat leg Fstero were overtaken by sat contentedly taking his evening niied the existence of a rcol jolly crowd gathered to talk over If the child has not the

a s t.' rm of violent Intensity. meal by candlelight I : while the, elements j fault" among the unues lying old times und enjoy the delicious proper training he may resort to

Brentrd to the skin they sought roared without. No doubthe rocks of the Pacific skpc The| t lee cream cake and fruit punch acts of violence or to thievery in

refuge In the rustic palm thatched was more pleased with the cooling and contraction of this I that was served Those gatheredwere an effort to elevate himself the

building of our local tea garden,! novel surroundings than would mundane sphere is ftiv*i :as the I : Mrs. T. Henderson! M.... C. estimation of his classmates

and there found cordial hospitality have been the case it he had feasted cause Of these frequent slides or. M. Henderson Mrs. R. S. Caves, Teachers, merchants and other

dry shelter, warm food and drink. at the sweltest New York restaurant quakes. The latest was In the, Mrs C. C. Patton Mrs. Hurlong adults frequently show deferenceto

While eating nipper the electric or hotel amid the gay lower Imperial valley late in Maya j M... Rogers, Mrs Green, Mrs. children of the wealthy which

lights went out. Candles were crowd, the raucous noise of jazz: An accompanying fcittii \\ n thel 1 Cadwalder, Mrs C. C. Gilbert Is totally absent when dealing

brought In, and there In simple orchestras and the glitter of myriads action of a geyser in the; S;> r: Mrs L Smith Mrs Geo. Taylor with the children of the poor.

and rustic surroundings amid the of incandescent lights for near Bishop which begun: in December M,..>. MrVirker Mr Harper and Snobbishness is decidedly not an

booming of the thunder and the simplicity of life and dislike of 1937, to per<.dk 01,:I.. spurt j Mrs Hitch" (Princeton) asset to Its possessor; in the final

VIvid flashing of lightning the pomp and pretense U one of the columns of water a huw'l', r
electrical! wizard and his eompan- outstanding traits of this truly into the air. The Ii"I' quake Ga. during the packing season" the prepetrator of this detestable

ions -fMMnlttd their evening meet treat man American Eagle. j visibly lessened Its pressure I (Prmceton) trait as It does tq the recipient,

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July 6, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE. Page Five

!'They were accompanied by Mrs. Mable Evans left Monday for their Guest at the Silverman home
Vera Summerlin mother of Mrs. home in Hinton, W. Va., after having Sunday were: Mr and Mrs, Eddie
' Burnett, who had been visiting In visited the past month at the Silverman, Mr and Mrs Sam
: In and ,AroundHomestead tlumesteud home of Mrs Tom Cohernour Siherman and son, Ronnie, Myer
Silverman and Sam Silverman
I Mr and Mrs L. A. Wise left Charlie FraU returned to his

Monday for u two-months stay at home here Wednesday from the Mrs Frank Shillings of South
: \anous points in Georgia und Kendall hospital l. where hv has Miami. and son. Skipper. w-jvd
\ South Ciirollna been receiving treatment since Mrs. Stalling father r... C Aldrich -

,J 8Mrs from to
Dr May Thursday Monday
... -' and Mil A. M. Logan have
moved from the Hiner house
{t.. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rheney andI Mingo and Mr. Lowe, and their N W. Ninth street to the Faust on M. D Ingram of Deliciosa, Mr. and Mrs Harley Lazier and
daughters Vara and Anne will daughter Alice. accompanied Mr. home on N. W. Fourth street Cuba, arrived Friday for a few two children moved into the Fred
; leave Monday to visit Mrs W. A. and Mrs. Joseph Lowe back Tues- days' visit with her mother Mrs.E. Biorkttt cottage on Tenth street
Parker, mother of Mrs. Rheney in day from Key West where they: Mr. and Mm Lraory Smith of J. Rhodes. Mrs Ingram and
Jacksonville before going to McCormick had been visiting Perrine and Mr. Smith's brother Mrs. Rhodes will leave shortly for Alfred Silwrmnn returned Sun
I S. C., to visit Mr.' Robert Smith, returned Saturday a visit In Miami day from a week's visit at the
Rheney's relatives. Mr. and Mrs Noah Peterson and' from a two-wen visit in Statei- home of Mr. and Mrs D. Zlm
daughter Ruth are visiting Mr. boro, Ga. Mr. and Mrs Roy Gcao of Lawrence mono of MiamI.

Mrs E. O Schultz and son, EdI' i and Mri Edgar Driggers, their ...."'''''. .,,111.1........... .....,,.. Mass, were In Florida Citya -
ward, will leave next week to Join son-in-law and daughter In Cross FLORIDA; CITY: few days this week and have I Mrs. S. S. Shields returned to
her home here from
Mr Schultz at Maryville Mo., City and Miss Rose Peterson another -, rented the Silverman cottage on I Saturday
Bjt Mrs. \V. W. Sevfrr
Miami and has been confined to
I' where he is light director fur the daughter who has been staying ."",,,,,,.....,..,,,.."'...,,,,.,,....,.,,,,...,,,....,,,,....,,... Avenue B for_next. winter. her home by illness since her return -
C. A. A. at the Missouri State in Cross City. Mrs Tom Cohernour and children Mrs. Lillian McRne and children II .
Teachers College. moved lAst week from the ._
Mrs. C. S. Schmidt and son, me guests of her sister Mrs. Jim
TomAssi tourist to the J. C. Mr. and Mrs D. Lorlcr and two
'1 Dukes West, who is in the medical Carl, will leave their home in Sil- comp Dixon.
Cohernour cottage on 11th street sons have taken the Collier cot-
'II corps of the U. S. army, Is stationed ver Palm on July IS for a visit I
. Mrs. Ida Silverman is slowly tage on Eighth street and will move
at Tampa In New York and Island Mr.
City Long and Mrs. Paul Haley left recovering from her recent illness in Monday.
;, They will later go to Pails last week for a visit with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wittkop
' Island to visit Capt. Schmidt, who In Buford, Ga.
and Miss Marybelle Gibbs returned -
was called back from retirement
j to Homestead Friday from a after thirty years of service for Mr. and Mrs Albert Hinm.m FOR QUICK WRECKER SERVICE
visit In Michigan. Mr. and Mrs are expected to return this week
duty as paymaster in the U. S. AND EXPERT AUTO REPAIRS
Wlttkop visited Mr. Wlttkop's Marine from Charleston, S. C.
", parents In Ida Mich., and Miss
Cibbs, her brother-in-law and sister Mrs. Frank Schneider, Mrs. Tom Word wan received from Roland PHONE 561nSAM'S
'n;; Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Tillev in Chapman Miss Estelle Turner and Worley of the recent death of his
t Detroit. Mrs. Tilley and five children Miss Helen Livingston attendeda mother in Hawthorne, Fla., followIng -
'/; s returned to Homestead with dinner at the Miami Chapter O. a lingering
. her sister to visit her parents, Mr. E. S., Friday and later attendeda Mr. and Mrs. A. B Langham

i \sand Mrs. H. M. Gibbs. meeting at Immunh chapter and family. left Monday for a few SAM ALEXANDER, Prop.

r; Whitchard left yesterday where past worthy matrons and weeks' stay III Bonelle, Fla., where Avocado Drive and Old Dixie Illghwsv

\ 1 lor a visit with friends and rela- patrons were honored Mr. Langliam is employed. I PURE OIL PRODUCTS

4 Itives, Ilk/ Hattiesburg Miss Mrs. E. S. Caplinger will leave MM Vv lie' Mullins and Miss'.
Wednesday to visit her mother
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I Mrs. Qulnnlo Shcrard returned Mrs. N. Roth In Dayton Ohio.
,'. home last week after visiting In
She will also spend some time
'; Gainesville Fort Pierce and West with her brothers, Fred and Eugene Iliit
Palm Beach She was accompanied i Roth of Dayton. #
I home by her sister, Mrs W D
'7 |Hall of West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs W. E. WatkIns and
Wayne returned last Monday
( Miss Norma Gossmnn left last from a visit with relatives at New 1940 FULLY FITTED 6.2 cu. ft.
1 Friday for a visit with friends and Plant City.
relatives in Shady Grove, Fla.
: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Biandmim
t Mr and Mrs.: Herman. Thomas of Buffalo, N. Y, arrived in Home-
will leave this week for Columbia -
stead Tuesday to visit Mr. and
,\ S. C., where Mr. Thomas will Mrs J. E. Gauzens.Dr. .
t play ball. Mrs. Thomas will return -
I In August.Mr. and Mrs. G. O Brewster left
Friday for a tour of the southeastern -
and Mrs. Dexter Smith left states
Sunday for a visit In Fitzgerald,
Ga. Leslie Hinkle of Princeton will
leave Sunday for a visit In New --- Modg SVP 6I
[ Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Collier will York City and Chicago. I,
leave Monday for Daytona Beach
and Montgomery, Ala. Mrs P. M. Keely has returned "r: tIII.-::. --
from a vacation spent at various I
Mrs. J. Gor'do'MlRgo and two South Carolina.Mr. ilji @) _
"children, Barbara Anne and Harry, points in i I Sti j ..........
{lof Fort Lauderdale arrived Mon- and Mrs Leon Burnett and
,day for a visit with Mrs Mingo's son. Leon. Jr., returned to then I I i .. -
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and home in West Palm Beach Mon- : ] '1i 1- : t
Mrs. Joseph Lowe Mr and Mrs. day after spending the week-end I
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MRS ERNEST CAMPBELL: MRS! 8. L. KENDRICK B P. W. C DISCUSSES i home of Mrs Irwin on August 5.
JlO"OREDUTII SHOWER SURPRISED ON ANNIVERSARY ::::::::2 Calendar: ::::::::::::: BY-LAW CHANCES I Those present were: Mri W. B.

Ml Ernest Campbell was hon- Mri S. L. Kendrick was honored I ................ At Monday nights meeting of Myrick, Mrs S. T Corday, Sr,
ored with a miscellaneous showerby on her birthday anniversarywith July 5 Covered dish luncheon the Homestead B. P. W. C., Mri Mrs. G A. West, M... Chas Martin -
members of the Sacred Heart a surprise party given by of Episcopal: Auxiliary at home of J. F. Hammett, chairman of a Mrs. W. B. Caves, Mrs. J.
Altar ockty on Thursday of laltwe.r members of Circle One of the W. Mn Edw. Stiling special committee, read the bylaws W. Garrett, Mrs. Irwin, Mrs Morgan -
at the home of Mn C. S. M. U, of the First Baptist Church July S-Meeting of Redland and suggested changes were and Mrs. Scott.
Sdmdt: in Redland Mrs. Campbell of Homestead at her home last Home Demonstration Club at 3 p. discussed by the club. The changes Mri W. B Coker and Mrs S. A.
a ", Miss Elmeda Robert before Friday, m. In Redland Community Church. will be voted' on at the next lunch- King were appointed as a nominating
her. marriage on June 24 The group sang hymns gave July 7-Townsend Club meetingIn eon meeting to be held In the committee! for Circle Three at a
fit afternoon was spent In readings' and played games Cake Neva King Cooper School auditorium Bamboo Tavern on Monday July meeting Monday afternoon at the
PI:: mg various gamesT and punch were served. at 2:30: p. m. 15, at 12 clock home of Mrs. Coker. Officers will
,cs present were: Mrs. Frank Present were: Mn J. H Scott, July 8-Called meeting of Woman Plans for the district meeting be elected next month.
Panno Mn Chai Pope Mn Jose Mn M. P. Wollam, Mrs. A. W.i 's Club of Homestead In club- which will be held in the Lions M.... J Tom Vann gave a reading -

phine Orifici Mri E. O Schultz Jones. Mrs Lamar Kendrick, Mrs house at 3 p. m. Den on Sunday, July 21, were discussed "To Be Well and Happy Mrs.J. .
Mr F A. Minnerly Mn DonI Pete Morgan Mrs Frank Irwin, July Executive meeting of R. Pope had charge of the de-
rreyra Miss Elizabeth Broeker Mn W. B. Myrick, Mrs L. A. Junior Woman Club of Homestead votlonali Ice cream and cake were
Mr, Campbell and Mri Schmidt. Wise, Mrs. Louise Cannington.Mri EPISCOPAL AUXILIARYTO served.

APPOINT COMMITTEETO : Chas Martin Mrs L. S. Fitz- July General meeting of W. HOLD LUNCHEON TODAY Those present were Mrs. A. L.

REMODEL: : KITCHEN: hugh, Mrs. S. T. Corday Sr., and M U i The Woman Auxiliary of the Brannon, Mrs J. T. Martin, Mrs
Mrs. Kendrick. July Woman'i Club sponsored : St. Johns Episcopal Church will King, Mn Vann, Mri Pope and
Mrs E. S. Caplinger was appointed dance for younger set with' hold Mrs Coker.
chairman of I committee I IIOIESTEADUS'S: : CLUB Mrs R. E. Sherard and Mrs B. E. a covered dish luncheon and Mrs. Catherine Pickard, gave a
meeting today at the home of Mrs
to make arrangement for the remodeling TO HOLD MEETING MONDAY
Gatlin hostessei the American
as Edw. Stiling in Florida City.W. talk on His Majesty, -
of the kitchen of the A called meeting of the membersof July H-Woman's Club sponsored ," at a meeting of Circle Four

Methodist Church at a meeting of the Woman Club of Homestead dance for younger let with M. U. CIRCLES Monday afternoon at the home of
the W M. S. Tuesday afternoon will be held on Monday at 3 p. m. Mrs H. Ruegg and Mri T. J. HOLD JUNE MEETINGS Mrs. S. H FItch.
In the church. in the clubhouse, Mrs. H K. Foulk, Walker as hostesses Mrs. Julia Polk gave a talk on
The society has purchased a president has announced. All July 12-Meeting of HomesteadArt Mri A. W. Taylor of Miami was 'Rellgloui Liberty in America"Mrs

bookcase for the missionary members are urged to be presentto Club at B:30 in Chamber of guest speaker at a meeting of Cir R. E:. Edwards gave a patriotic
library. discuss business concerning the Commerce building cle Five of the W. M. U. of the reading, "I Thought I Was God," d'
The Pearl Davis Circle presented clubhouse. July 15-B. P. W. C. luncheon First Baptist Church of Homestead and Mrs Fitch read a poem,
a program on "Our Human Heritage meeting In Bamboo Tavern at 12 Monday afternoon at the "Prayer for Peace." ,
with Mri C. D. Eaker, Mrs JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB o'clock. home of Mrs A. L. Lanier. Ice and cake served I
Vivun Booth DISCUSSES CLIB HOLDING Mrs. Taylor, a former missionary r
and Miss Helen Livingston July IS -Social meeting of Those present were: Mrs. T. D.
taking part A discussion on whether to remodel Junior Woman Club of Homestead to Mexico, told of the missionary Piche, Mrs. Picard, Mrs Fitch, Mrs,
work being carried on In the
the present clubhouse of .
Polk and Mrs Edwards
the Woman Club of Homesteador July 16-Meeting of W. M. S. world tOday.
to purchase another site and Cii'clei. Mrs A. E. Paul conducted a
membership drive for the CoEd short business session Mri J. W. M U. OFFICER TO SPEAK
build was held at a meeting of July 16-Woman s Club sponsored
: i la.of the First Baptist tht Junior Woman Club Monday dance with Mrs. Joe Hall Lee Smith had charge of the de- AT LOCAL MEETING MONDAY

eli' Ii ..f Homestead was dis- I! evening In the clubhouse. and Miss Ellen Huff as hostesses votlonals. Mri C. A. Austin of Miami will
,"u d I ,t..i bui- ness meeting Tuesmng Mrs, Virginia Walton was ap- July 18-Woman's Club sponsored Others present at the meeting be guest ipeaker at a general meetIng .
\ III the Sunday school : pointed chairman of the drama dance with Mrs, H B. were: Mrs. Laban Bishop Jr.. Mn of the W. M. U of the First
h" ""JiI committee and Miss Geraldine Beattie and Mrs Paul Losner as C. H. Denby, Mrs Henry Olsen, Baptist Church of Homestead
\1 I sidle Went IIIIa read- Reltz chairman of the finance hostesses Mrs. James Roberts. Mri Gordon Monday afternoon in the Sunday
'" rlu' Touch of the Musters committee to fill the vacancy July 21-B. P. W. C. district Ivey, Mrs. S. L. West and Mn school building
I caused by the absence of Mrs meeting in Lions Den. W. B. Caves, Jr. Mri Austin Is the mission study
;it, ,II efficiency content covcr- I Rudolph Mattson whO will not be Mrs J. H. Scott was hostess to chairman for the W. M U. associa-

na ree months, a team captained here during the summer IOCAL REBEKAII MEMBERS Circle One at her home Monday tion. Circle Five Is In charge of
I I" Wi McConnell lost and will I afternoon the
Mri Burley Dendy, first vice- INSTALL GROVE OFFICERS program
II' I party for the winning team, president, gave a report of a Mrs. Pete Morgan. who had
v." 'I luncheon of the junior clubs at district deputy Rebekah gave a talk on Tithes that Bind Art Club spent last Fridayat
Mi W. T McConnell served the Pan American Airways Friday president, was Installing officer for to Cuba" Mrs Frank Irwin conducted the Anglers' Club In Key Largo ,
wile,melon. Mrs. Malcolm McDonald of the Coral Rebekah' Lodge In Coconut the devotionals and It plans to go there today

Hose present at the meeting Miami and state chairman of the Grove Tuesday evening. The next meeting will be at the alsoTHE ;
wciiMrs, McConnell Miss Eliza junior clubs was the principal Others from the Liberty Re /
beth Homo, Mini Ellen Vann, Miss speaker. Mrs Herbert Turner also bekah lodge of Homestead who assisted '
Eleanor Sullivan, Misses Jeannette attended the federation luncheon. In the Installation were:
and Clara Willet. Miss Fern Rob- Mn Sam Specter has invited the Mrs H. B. Beattie, grand marshall!: '

erl'on Miss Elizabeth MclhvalnM club! to her home In Coral Gablesfor Mrs. Blanche Chapman grand
warden: Mrs. R. W. Mull ns. grand '
Lillian Swilley, Miss West the social meeting on August '
eYe efeer
Or ,I Irwin and Air. McConnell treasurer; Mrs Florence Pacettl
19. Mrs. Richard Huff Mrs. W.
grand chaplain: Mrs O. C. Rad-
MRS F. H. I.ICAIN HOSTESS Caves, Jr., and Miss Ellen B'I ford, grand inside guardian; Mrs. -

TO MltMI (I. E. S. CIIVPTFRMi will An be hostesses on July IS Edith Bailey grand outside guardian DIXIE DRUGJACK
F. h l.tCam of Redland ; and Mrs I. P. MiLean Mrs.
entt.ined, the Sunshine auxiliary held at A o'clock Monday night )f W. D, Mahan Mrs. Carrie McCul- POLK-HOWARD JOHNSON
:,I itiyne:, chapter; : (Miami:) of I in the clubhouse. I lough, Mrs Anna Messersmith Phones SO and 8101homestead, Fla !

lit ( F S at her homo V'ednesf and Mrs. Mollla Wlngatc all es- with the whole family and see all the saving
) ifli"i'no >n. After lunch, the I Mr. and Mrs Robert Lance, Mr. corts. a't' e In the family: There are the same I
rI u' 11 >hu'imi, was discumedI and Mrs II. C. Greir, Mr. and Mrs. Cora; Belle Grnold, Claus low prices on everyday needs as well as on vacation needs. Take
I.1, r pn.....nt were: Mrs Adela Mrs Ed Tlsdile Mr. and Mrs. Grinold Mr. Caplinger and Mr. advantage of prices now
It, -mi. Mrs Nunrye Rukmd ,' Chas. Be vis. Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Bcottle also attended

Pi.itier. frjndry, Mrs Win- King Mrs. King W. A. Shuler TRY OUR FRESH PEACH
C i I Clark, Mrs E. Nelson Mrs. Pat Boatw right and H C. Mc- : I
O II. 'jbcck. MIs. W. Combs, Mis Connell of Miami. '
M Hu'pelli Mrs. M. Swan Mrs SUNDAES AND SODAS

M t lItd.lclons. Mis L. Ink, Mn Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reynolds' at
D oati. MrR. Mae Mlxon Mrs. tended picnic given In Matheson Faymus.
C I 'Iii .tu,. Mts E- Donner Mrs. Hammock by Mr. and' Mrs. H. C : V, 4 9D t OZWA'' '
M Wright Mix M Hudson Mrs. McConnell of Miami last Friday.nW4jJ ,
F Itullmd, Mrs E. Reel, M.... L. '
Wit ji, Mrs J. S. House, Mrs MMiXomtney L/e UUMNFI&Moll

: Mrs E. Mine, Mrs CLOSING /6VA/.UE
l.oil'al4on.. Mrs. C Conners; I I' 107/0N 4oz.fvillfpeena.
Mrs P Turner M:.. J. Rittle and I ,
Mi.. I' Rhodes Mrs Ceo W. \ I 28 N. \MIA1E.. 36 SHun ....
: 24INVUOPU 1\
Turner ,li' ,
was a guest -it.
tS.'.: '::
: : LIB in A Bargain A Just flee thine i iM !
Mi. Revo Webb entertained the' Ira 11011 M .id i. Loop.
members of the Tuesday Bridge lee your aloe
Club; at her' homo Tuesday after- Tables -" property cared

noon Mrs A M Logan was high 1 !or during the
11.1411 1
cure prize winner and Mn Lee lBtallttJr lyrno a nbure end
It Lehman was second GYPSY A' eemer doe lyre.tat..ee. .

Time present were: M.... W. E. p,lessiin0 trowel of aqulslts RUMMAGE SALE5c10c25c j
:Rhcney, Mrs Julian H. Webster loveliness, with Thermlqu the
Mr. T, J. Faust Mrs Frank Webb twatcrlMS method 11 I Cool, CREAM
Mrs, C. Haglcr Rice. Mrs Lehman SQ|., ccmfortoblelMlor ,
Mn Logan and Mrs Webb. ,
For Heat Rash BorateJBABYTALC
Mr. and Mrs Paul Reynolds entertained PRICESSLASHED Lae. cis social*. Made ietpoaially
the employees of the u : --BEAUTY Sw baby'l dale.
e.f* skin. Aedhot r141fs.eeryl
Joyall'alm| Ice plant In Homestead Sun Burn ..
with a spaghetti supper at the PARLOR frd[ "Lima a9( s
:Reynolds home on June 27. I 141C
IM4 ..,('"" Amfe AHn swr.ro.r.eoes.eew +
Guest present were: Mr and I i
Mrs Tom Olliam and Mr. and .live etww j KMC9HSUK TUB IBM ITfH kUX f AlWi tWT :
)[n J. II Prucha, all of Miami: .


'. Friday July 5. 1940 u L THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page SeI' \'

emehuithitIi''''''''''.''''''''''''''''.'''".'''''..'''.'.'''.'.''''.''''.''''.'''''''"I.."".".""..'.'''''''''''''.'''.''.'' I '
as follows: Anne Rheney stuck a'

I' HOMESTEAD GIRL SCOUTS I nail finger In; Betty her foot Stillman and drilled stuck her the ;i''I CLASSIFIED ADS I

'......." "...........'.....".........u""", "....."... scissors In her Tuesday leg '

[r- Annual Camping Trip to Biscayne Key The SeaCrapetro], consisting RATE: First Insertion 104 a line; subsequent insertion84 /

of Vida I a line
I r Friday. June IIi I plumosa belts made of sea Clarke Betty Bailey .
beanl'j and -
We left Mrs. Skill's home about' belts made of cocos plumosa Margaret Stillmnn worked to-

t 10 o'clock Friday morning Jun! bracelets, carved coconuts, shell day. We had beans and stewed FOR RENT FOR SALEFOR
fruit for lunch.
t14. We were delayed because the! necklaces, and beaded rings and Some of the girls
completed their ,
Struck had been bogged down bracelets, handicraft today

where was washed. and started on something else I IJerry rOR RENT-80 acres or less, good SALE-14 Hampshire Red
It During our regular morning I
left us this morning. We marl soil on Coconut Palm road, laying hens, $1.00 each for the
After a hot, but pleasant trip swim the girls played water "ball
lot. Fred A. Route 1
are sorry to see her go but Mrs. east of South Allapattah road Howry, ,
we reached the Matheson's dock We had our first accident this
Home Homestead
came this afternoon to and Princeton. Right price to (pjjJ:
i little after IL o'clock. We ate morning when Barbara Horne cut
take h'ead
Jerry's place as of her good farmer Sewell Realty Inc.,
four nosebag lunches on the deck her foot on s rock while in swim
We FOR SALE Lime buds good
patrol. initiated Mrs Horne 600 Ingraham Bldg, Miami ,
rjowlille( the palms which had been ming. Our lifeguard made buoysto and Mr. Canfield tonight by having (J21JJ12) I stock Inquire J. Norwood Ep-

: f brought from the island were beIng -' keep the other girls from having them "whi per to the corpse." I more drive. (j21 -i\ .> )

i ;., unloaded. Our lifeguards, Mr' accidents. This afternoon the Anne Shackleford was again the ,

and Mrs Dick Canfield and Cath- girls went hiking and cut palmettos corpse. roR RENT-Apurtmenhi. Sum- FOR SALE at gl\e-swuy .e-

i. trine their young daughter, soon to cook supper on. We en- mer rates. Benj. W. Morris, 3 go U, I billy. H. Kufeldt IIcdI -

L arrived We soon discovered that joyed an outdoor supper of "angeli WednesdayThe : registered real estate bl'lIkcl'.1RENT land road '4 mile south of lUiln1m -

r we had two kinds of bread-the on horseback" and salad Sea-Weed Patrol. consistingof I I diivo. ( pj\ 5)
? Vara Frances Rutland
accordion, which was flat from We had two visitors, Mr. Martin YOUR HOUbE-fui nuneu
Anne 1
and Shackleford
1 worked
Tropical plants citrus -
-end to end, and the pancake, which and Howard Clyman of Coconut or unfurnished. I have yeot
today. We cooked beans and ,
and Id
trees troplcai fruit
was flat from side to side. Evidently Grove who came ave in their 'round clients. Benjamin W.
toes for lunch. Mr. Cnnfield season. Jungle Grave, Redland
someone had put something cabin cruiser bringing a movie and Morris, registered real estate
fishing caught snapper toma-I road and Plummet drive.
of the bread box.
on top Wi camera and xylophone. They anchored we enjoyed for supper Mrs broker, N. Krome ave., next to

., moved it out of the sun, only to their boat in the ocean, out cooked the fish and also Baptist Church. (julOtf) FOR SALE-Coiner lot and fur

find that the bottom of the box from the cabin and spent the night i I goods." The "darn goods" were delicious nlshrd house, Floilda City I .
was missing When our lifeguard WANTED
there. and everyone enjoyed I $2.500-52 cash, $23 pet rno;
came he threw hit mattress on the
Sunday them. This afternoon most ill the TUTORING WANTED I 6"e interval. payable semiannually -
egg box high
Our visitors had breakfast withus girls fixed their beds, getting ready .
school and school
After waiting until 2 o'clock for this morning Immedlatelyatterbreakfast to sleep] on the beach All the girls I grade subjects I House in Florida City $1.800- .
Mrs. H. J. A. B.
the truck to unload and the ice to the girls took their I except four slept on the beach tonight I Plummer Armstrong and $250 Cash $25 per mo.; 6' interest -

come we finally started on'that shovels, went down the beach I and enjoyed it d.drl't Country; I payable emiannualljHouse ,

I wonderful trip to the Island To and tried to dig up what looked until around morning Club In Homestead $2.000--52\0: (

make that .trip even more entertaining like a treasure chest Later we sandflles got hold of thorOUllhy'l LEGAL NOTICES cash, $25 per mo.; 6% intel'''!,

there was a little black covered it wasn't All the di'-I Thursday payable scnii-annudlly

1 pickaninny with the features of of the patrols worked today. Everyone started working early tlflrat No. lotM. The aMmm.nl 01 Benjamin W. Morris

Joe E Brown who kept us are: Anne Shackleford, this morning, because we had been']I', aid iirop rtir under Ui* Mid lrllfl.oau Registered Real Estate BrokerN.
luurd waa la the onto ol Unknown
amused all the
way over. Horne Betty Gatlin and Vida Krome A\e Homestead
planning on hiking to the light ,

When the boat reached the dock Clarke. This afternoon all the house. Each girl had one special In Lot the City S. Block of Hlalrah.4, Mth County Street of tawi D.dr.... I (jy 19)

we went to our new cabin, which girls, except the seniors, went to job to do towards getting ready State of Florida, a. embraced In t..;
tiflrat, No. 10W7 Th. of FOR SALE-Fstate must be closed.
was in a different location from the zoo. We enjoyed the trip very to The senior girls made .
go. nosebag Mid prcMFty under the Mid IVrllfl.rat for 5-
See and submit offer nice
the one we formerly occupied.The much. lunches for all the Scouts. Utid wa In the name of UnkuAga. > i
I room and bath, furnished house
cabin had a nice big front had Scouts Ham and Inlm'uld .
After supper we cheese sandwiches, Certificates ihall b* r*
porch where there were two tables. I loomed .....rdl.. to law. tax deed will In.iu and garage in Homestead. Lama
Own. The circle was directly un- pickles, a green vegetable, apples, :
thnoa on the flh day uf July A. U. palms and fruit trees. Eleanor
There was a roomy kitchen three der a palm tree right on the ocean candy and boiled eggs made up 1840. 1'
bedrooms, and a back porch. When I LAW thia llth day of Jim. A n 1040G Frosclier Overseas HiRhuay at
front. Anne Shackleford was mas- the lunchei We started hiking R. LEATMhllMAN Florida City Phone 5J8-J

our rolls arrived we claimed ouirooms : ter of ceremonies We sang "The' around 9:30: o'clock, and found clerk of Circuit Court (JyS: -22)
Dad County, lurid., : .
and got settled When we "
I Battle Hymn of the Republic, be- many beautiful shells on the way "circuit Court 8"].

started to unpack the food we cause the theme of the evening It was a hot hike but enjoyable. :r. N. S. ITr r.Fi'tOID. C. When ott U.kno"n.
found some of the bread had been /June II, go.t I : I.... f 10 11. Dlork fl. North Miami
Vara Rheney reada After back at the cabin ,
was 'peace arriving --------- -- "'.hi..... lint Honk II Pan 7. -0
dropped in'the bay. (That bread!) poem on peace; then each girl we enjoyed a supper of ham and MOTIIK OP APPLICATION the County of D.,I.. state of Florida
I FOR TAllrk.lt; ni .mbrarxl In C.rtlfl<... No. 7 I II
Having placed our camp equip- gave her idea of neace and what potato salad.Tonight I Chapter 17467 -A.... of 1VSSMl 'rh. aMwMimrnt of said: :1in,. .,

ment, a nice swim was enjoyedby it meant to her Mrs Skill's idea'I is our regular "stunt A-SVI7 I the sold; erlirirat' .I .. 'laautd In-
that L. H St.n.'OF. "
Notice b
hereby slven -
the majority of the troop. It had to do with "peace of mind," night," and we Invited people from ,' holder of State and County Tai tcrllflcat "Lota"IV17: to II,. Block It, N-11"

was high tide and there was plentyof Jeiry's idea was based on the ;I the Island to be our guests. One I No. Slu listed the bill dial of I ,Miami the Illiihlimla, Plat of Oatte Book. tit StniiMorUIn I'. -r
I Auiruit, A I>. 1M*, has filed .am* In my In County'
sea weed. league of nations, and other Interesting patrol gave brief picture talks on I,fflr.. and hu mail application for a a> .nbra.rd I. cirtirie.t.4.. : ..
After We closed 'MK uVed to be .....thcrmn Said CtrllflMU '111. The awwrnont '"f said rr i"undir
the swim we ate our nose ones were given. I birds. Another patrol had apantry the sold Mtlflrat issued oin -
I i: .mbrirn the followliiK ilncrlbed" prop
bag supper. by singing "America the Beautiful. band, singing "Old KingCole. rty In the County of Dad., SUM ufFlorida the narne "It U.kn.wn.I. .
.4. III..k lia. North MiIHighland.
After supper the screens were ." i ." The seniors gave a shadowgraph I Lot. S to-wltl. Block I 92. North Miami Hldh.landa ,I .. Plat lIook 23. Pane 7. '"

painted with sand-fly "S ta yAway" all was quiet the seniors had fun stunt while singing "Fare- n Rc.ubJn, Plot Hook '1. Pope the County 01 U.d. state 0' Fb-d" .

by the girls by playing tricks on the little ones well to Thee." One of our guests, Hnrlda.7. In the County of Dad. State of .The. onibincod BMfinnimn' In.1 k3orlifleate sold property No.iwder 71 I.

A meeting was held by Mrs. Nevertheless, they got it back onus : a boy, played his accordion, while The' an *.*ment of uld property under the mid l.rllfliat .l I..od wu li il',p
'ho said certificate luucd *ai In th* mini name oil Unknown.Lots
Skill on the front porch to decideon by locking us out.Monday. Mrs. Sherwood sang foreign songs :'f I nkon..n.' I to is 11I.k U North Min""

patrols, leaders, and working : for us Mr. Canfield led In a iccordlnir Unless said to law certificate th shall be redeemed di
. days. It was raining this morning round-robin Inh'oduc'tlon. When I''therein will h* aold: to.thr.ht; embraced In certificate N.. i 14

Later came taps.Saturday. when we awoke. but soon stopped. I bedtime came the girls were tired j 'lha Court house dunr on Ik. tint siontig the The said anwaiunenl, Certificate of said, issued property wait In"i .I.11 I" 1 r
t In the month uf which la j
The Sea-Dean Patrol consisting of and glad to get to bed. the oth day of ,"AusrI6 'I'V40.' name oft tlnk..n. ..

We woke up this morning to Betty Gntlin Ruth Rutland Kath- FridayThe I Dated this 18110 .diy H. < June. 1040.S. Unless mid t.i .I nrtlfkuM taw. Ow Or-grtfr.hall Iw ml.irrordlnc dthiiiln ": :-d....

1" beautiful weather and the girls erine Shackleford and Betty Still- girls started working; early of Circuit Court.Dad I will auld in bl.l.l., i
homo tio.r the flnt 'tiny
the on
County, r lurid :
took their regular morning dip. man, worked today with Mrs. this morning, Betting ready to go Circuit Court Ural I :In lli< month of AMIUII !1040. l h 14

The Sea-Biscuit Pfctrol consistingof Hausman supervising them. We home. The rolls were all model by N. ('. STtRRETT. D C. the Blh day "f Aiia-uiit. 1040
I Voted this ,H.y, !PIn
into INUTK I "L.
(June SI July I. IS. I'
j Barbara Miller, Anne Rheney, had green beans and potatoes and and the cabin cleaned when the K. II. IEATthRMAN.CI.k .
01 ('I.,1t I "''r!.
Margaret Barnes, Barbara Horne stewed fruit for lunch. truck came after us. After getting F IIP TAX APPI HKHIChapUr KATIONtOK 0.010 eo..n.,. 1"1..101."

,( and Jerry Reitz cooked breakfast The girls found many InterestIng settled on the boat, we ate break- 17;.7 Act.1 1 S9 Circuit Court ftral ,.

and cleaned because it shells and sea-life while stroll- fast, which consisted of all the File No. A.Jlinl I Sty N. C Bn RRF.TT.( D.
r up was Notice la kirabv liven that L. H Stanloy. ,iJun il. 19 July 9. 12.1940))
their day to work. They managedto ing on the beach. left-over food We enjoyed the holuVr of Slat, and County Tax (.1-
:llfK.t., No. 74,71,, 7U*, 709. 7lu, 711. 712. IV THE: 40IISTY Jl Itl.h'rl 101 HTMAKkl INAib
Tonight Ruth Rutland, Margaret boat ride, but when we reached .
get several in hock thereby MS. 714 711 716 anil 710, kuiiml the laid 1141tP. t'1 IfLIIKIIIA.
t lessening the amount of work. A Barnes, Barbara Home and Kath- the Matheson's dock we were gladto I IIh day'of Auat: .aA, UtU.. hu filed IN PH4111ATE.No.. .
II 1080in
person put in hock for mislaid erine Shackleford "spoke to the be on land again. We had to lam1< (in or ttiy. ta title. deed*. 1 and to ha.I 1 I.made."..... th.rwm applliatlo n.t ItIITATIt fly JAHF8 M-

articles] had to do extra work. corpse." The seniors fixed up wait on the truck quite a while, I Said C ,fill. embrace the fi.llo.lni doicroi .FY: ,or 1 DwAedW TO RFJIITOKM
After the workers finished cleanIng Anne Shackleford for the corpse. and while waiting \e visited the I file I-lorl pn .i will the County of Undo To All .1 and All Vietnam It-, -t

up we started on handle", 'ft, We all!! had fun out c* It been 'iso curb market. The ride on the L",. I to> '. limit 1*. North MlimllliBhlancl. Claims a ;i-h r t I IA u :ln.t M Why Slid i I, :--11*<"'J
.. look 88lax. you. 0.
BubdPlat '
i Differnt kinds of novelties ere the we'" plenty ''nruu. ,ick was very pleasant. and in I 7. I iha Co nf n.".. Stat and ""ui, roI V. .... any .1.", ,italtmondo

., startgd, such as: bralued belts of Minor ..ccidentLIf Wv. uay M 0 ,''h Miami we stopped at thei ,If f' IIV.: .iuwi@mbit;m.nt In if CtirtfiflicatatN uhlirop.. how ag"I 'f1h II llh Jesus.r of M> 'M.". I IIs -y

fish line wit buckles of ocoi ')rug Store, and enjoyed cool ?Fly under said Certificate Issued r' diner I lot- l Cuunly ; ',' ,, .

fF'ii'i.: a and prtltl I; ;im. :ipllcatlo thnrlil jnd artklni.l dunna and ice cream. I was In the a".. oft Unknown. III the H. W "",1'. "tU small>aniConrthniu. I .
Miami of Dade unity
Illock North
.. ,..... Lola I to 11. If I
1 > / -
the ido Ion .old. In
arming We und out from the Sv If light %do. a Fubdn, Plat II-"k it. office InCounty .
mal minoi ch-1.I Bow t no">n ai 17 'iJ ,
the .. thin tffht1
W140 William Ennli put.01, end ... Order ', 'nds last night that the v.at her Pan In th. County of Bud it. ofNorlda 4a' <,f this first 91', 1 1Said ,
brand la Cntlfi No
itlThe authorlrln the mm l'he ul I minorto .ro all wrong, and were an nour 76,11., Tha a> .n unvnn of gold I irtyunder h., (, I aims ", dent, ,, .
etieve ,.,,,,,,
DC Wlllliu An's P -n.118tef : legal' ..,1.... if it,.
the C to. issue iu In onnt.ln t
&I )41aml. Do Co.nt. rforida.It f' ,1 have bee eating sleep- and presented '
tIN now f' t'l *". 'nd to b %wor J.'s:
I\i\ .
I". A. D. Ut' "
11. 18.h dn l S
& be hurr
North ; mlHlrtl.no I
r vlng ar >ur early. lAte II t J1. k It < III. or MM
F.. T pI"n'IIPON Sul .Wat i[ I It.r tin of the 1 Bin Pn*.t. Art.
pupil of t' human 'tI",I-. WANT "'.'NOR rCTElll: OK. ..L Caching u. Skill's we .- ,. tkrC, ''r Da, urtoo D' -I June 17 A. n. 1049WILLA '

comes smaller "IUi at". Me Atilt ". tON M.r' .....'t.. unloaded our belon 41 and raid i lor' a. -inbra- i. C#, .'.Iflact H. MARKL"IlAmIntatmirix
Attorney ". ii,. of the Fd'a" 'ifJoe
.. ., of aid '1
No a w prap.@fly I
Is therefore needet for reailhur It hf bee wonder-
Mon 1 1 Illica llulldlnil. rood-bye .n tb@ laid Certificate, issued 'II. Markley' 1lor..J

grow older. 14 :.1, Fkr14.; July S 12. I' .$01 ul I trip and a' ,f us hi.1 "a I. It .mant, off 'nk..... Fl. miMlf.l'" i on Jiliu "I 1. 1VIU
June St. as. 1 40NOTII '
July I. I
lyita ,I. Block l.. North Miami (J M.
Radio Is s God-send to f'.o old ,oed eno. .1.1LEGAL Id4st
-ifiiiii 'PPI.lr4TION Mix tat i I "bdn. l.t What 20 :
folks who prefer not to read as 0 Pat In the ntit Pid*, Hint ; r OF ApPI IrATION
POD of I In7. la a. : .u .l in C.rtlflcaUNo. I OR TAX Dl tfh '
much as usu il. It is truly kind to Chapter 11457 -Aria of Mil JTICB 7417Art f IMS
V89Mlotlr "I,,. Th wuir I of Mid vtvriy .pl"r "
the eyes as well as a source of Ml. that L. B.I "n .. i nli1, 1111...,* butVais Fife A-WU
h .
Itietaw giver ... that M.I. noGrace.
.. Notice hi hereby
NOT K TO In the nkniiwn.Lota
Tax .. i DChHOLDKRSh nk i
pleasure and entertainment If lor.I holder ol State an'only I t. l.rby ..n that .h. .....'I t to 4. 1 U tnl holder .r Suu >nd Coun.y Too
J.. your set Is not functioning Smoothly -' f1i". :; No .II.iilJ' fit,day..0 :.AA. 't.I. m_. the stock i Ones, of t t'. ... Nighta J'\\ .fol.o..h. SI.PI f. ."..... K.: .>44 b. HJ the (Oi day -4
39115. a
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Refso loa Co. ir be held" a the -' The C untf n 'X.f 'a
... for 0 14A tu
and has applie- ,
US call We servlci ALL for .t .
mill nppltritlon
give a 10 be ... I th"You"t "I Cer ,Mut .0 fine uf t lompai Haititind.'. Fla lo- a* Bathe Ji .,I C"'dielleNA % and ku .
makes. h_ following ratedpa.. t.I "- Monday., July r\ ,'.1... /< '" UHBIWII of uid Pt dr U b. tewd I be.n. said C.rll'lc.1.mbruM .

L. '. DODD RADIO SALES ,left he cottaof I Cad*. .ta .1. I-riz 1Z A of* MI,;FIczo,th' *and pv,_tranaa oJ.t' K "lurk m .board..... 'Tty "ams.h. Sol-, 0'' :Ulikoor9,1 .rtln.... loseboo the tjunlf the followlnl of Dedes described Si,.M of vrtwevIn Florid

SERVICE 'iVti I hi t. tlk lo No. Miami Hit k bust< *a ... lay om* I.*, the rjiotir i : se Jpl At N ""'I!a "
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1i.. 1"01 fit 'v
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Ad .. I .m.nt of u4! nnwrty ur V*
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NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB vltlliaOr t.* .aidruflrato based Is ai li tile aiinseoft .
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File N" Ilia
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I* r*. ADOPT' -: Of WILLIAM KNVISPCTTRHON ** .0..ld r nll' t* out I, rrdi.mdacoordli. I ._ Mid MrUflrat. O-n. Ibxlthcniii
.nor Child, art f T, .. to lav. the propertr doiert. oil van. holder, aa K IIIM. of cu of HI'.uk *. 'M Dor.. I. Pi... 7. In _imp will M be"cold". w the the. i T .4
PKTFitaoN suit WANDA [4 \OR ...... will h* add. to M kltknt r ".. at tu ,rtiflealu NaiukN4 IM4 and 1 4 the Irt day of Aiuruat A. D. a* chrome la Orl t* the a.
PKTKRHON. the Court kouu tr MI the fire near *
1:74 of Annul '. I*
.. f usdIrthe 1. the Bomb 4
TO kw TIM uld | oM la '- j M*>i nt froprt
WHOM IT MAT CONCERN It the month of Auiuet. 1140. wluek la ,
: .f food .. I
lot tko bill of Avau.1
Ht Hi day
Noic la kr bT cltm that E. the Stk day of 4_.. 1 40.Daud he. me" appllut line tu to Insist sold OnlflcaW.. wa n.h .... 1'1 J 11411.
tit' Dow t.h.Io
:; throm, aeeorda, with law laid MUM .11 Vnka
"a end W.ad Minor Punon. this lltk day of Joe1640 .J .. 111-11' II North Miami .. II. 1.11, JIMAN.'
both at ml. Do& county Florida will E. B IKATHrRMAN.Clwk tiflnta *mkra<* I following Od Lola I Bed ,
Fiat %
J. .1, t. I. Clark
ON tk. .. dar of July. A. D. 1MO. *r u of Circuit Court pimpirm. situated. IB Dade Coanty Mr the Highlands.lomtr" Plot Mrbad' state* Whorld a 0 *. Dad t iuJ1 ..... Florida.clinesit .
On" tkaiuftw u __ can k* kurd ,,w Dado Co nly. FtorlJa.Circuit to-wit certificate. No. 714. Court
0-4 .* MM of the Judges of the Circuit Court loa! tot S. skill, f It'lo StIA04 lAw", aa rabnwW ra of mid. md>r ,. ""' 'IP1'1'. D. 0.J.M .
xl"h. of TIll una.ni.at praprt
assail of The Ehrmtk. Justified Clrralt la"d or STERRETT. ft ? to the City of Cousty Dado
I- Dad C.....lr. Florida, .. Miaail, (June II, liS; *, 11, 11401 SUM of >lirid. "a @Wheat" in Or. the uM Ccrtlfkau. issued was ta tka ( ti L4 / I



Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday! July 5, 1940

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VEGETABLE SALADA OM Week WBlh Trtffle ofKroFJ..er Factory Packed Ehler's Shredded Wheat MIRACLE

cool, crisp salad] properly and Light, ea 8. Krone Are.

attractively a. a refreshing prepared,food if hard during tobeat II" '.." ,." ,",__ .... ,. Sli6a P Coffcc Biscuits whip

the warm summer weather. Not . 5 lbs. .25c lb. 25c 9c Qts.-29c
only it It refreshing, but It provides . IS .__ pkgs. ..
nourishment In a form that
has a ready appeal to almost everyone = I'illbbury's BestFlou
In addition to these favorable OLYMPIATHEATRE
charactcrlcs, a salad Is usually,
easy to prepare So thevli 89
home-maker will serve salads fre-: 201be hao -C _
quently this summer _
Salads are one of the best ways ......
to make use of greens and other MIAMI
vegetables When raw-vegetable (23o: &1\11 p. ro.| 15: till 6 p. m.| Blue TagNectarAde ARMOl'H'S S
combinations are prepared there too Evenings) Tomato Juice, 2 giant cans! /C 1
Is no Ions of vitamins and minerals I
through cooking.A .
Friday and Saturday
simple salad Is usually best. -- Asst. Flavors COUNTY-KIST ?-=
For example, have you tried combining July 5-8 CORN PEAS 2 cans.19C
shredded cabbage with == 3 tall cans ..25c or |
grated carrot, with thin slices of Joan Crawford

onion? ,Orated or with chopped raw rutabaga green pepper and- Fredric March Ivanhoe RAISIN BRAN, 2 pkgs. ...25c |
chopped celery also make a delicious -
raw salad. Then there is -In"SUSAN- ss
the ever popular combination MACARONIor SO RICH IT WHIPS31ILNUT Is
salad made with slices of tomato AND _
and cucumber on lettuce with a 3 tall cans .. 19d
garnish of onion, radishes, green-
pepper rings, or water cress.For GOD"with I POTATO SALAD

the vegetables appetizing and winds the salad, see plate that IRISH POTATOES, 10 Ibs.. .23 c I

are both cold. Crisp the vegetablesby Ruth Hussey 2 tall cans ...25 c
placing them In the hydratorof Bruce Cabot
the refrigerator after they are I try II FREE In Our Store
washed. For best results, combine Sunday, Monday and Tuesday e All Day Saturday Grape-Nuts Flakes Regular II
the vegetableswith the dressing fair 7-1-1
Just before serving. I E =

DouglasFairbanks ... I Shredded Wheat Pkg. I
Dr, Leonard W Illaskln" 3 lbs.49c.
...l.Mdng to Rye Ru-t.atl-a Jr.
Filling sad RMairina atGLASSES I l1r
[ ..... lOc
Madeleine Carroll'SAfARF =- ".-.." Puffed Rice I
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ElectricalContracting Billy Gilbert i Oleo lb.I 18c lb. .- ... .. 5C
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Demonstration Saturday
CAVES BLDG. OnrscaKadota
11- Figs I
1 Sirloin or T-Bone Steaks lb. 27' :

Tall glass .25 c i


AND WALLS GAY BRIGHT- the 1 PRIME RIB ROAST, lb. 29crKESII Fresh, CrispLettuce i_

paint nil cost/asst __J = SHIPMENTCountry Large Ito Is:

t than 3 If you use |g|| 2 for ____ 2 5 c
Roll Butter lb. 33c

+ FE' -9! Cl'D.\Iirs PURITANHams

'i"cots ft'to mining have those how h t le tlfully it. I try:;::?.;, lb. 25c c

tinted,velvet. -fii *dwall. I
..Enough Far-Ct in
for 800 square tert: oall DAVIS 53
COtta only$4 73 Of IAITIMOKI CHEESE lb. .0
*apace MIS.CO'OIOS I'COITAGE RINSO, large ......._..23c g
It's easy to apply, :ti
freely and covers dsly and SIM.|>6LO medium ... .... 9c ||

'wit"out.!lap f*brush rk9.xd Par kitclwa mania bath DEXTER '.1..1 ...... f|
room and 1121cc LUX FLAKES, Ig .23c
/ It comei: >f 18 smart woodwork and trio. Sliced 3. Bacon )
"lelect Pull glass a .tml. d med. 9' =L
ladet i>/ leading
nterior deec- tor,. pries ai.tbl.MmtPHONE LIFEBOY SOAP ..........7c J .
Come:: in tutu {!{..' ritANKUN-S FRESH KILLED Mf f f. ..WI -
free color.. adJ ,
I Broilers mr' 45c

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