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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: July 12, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
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System ID: UF00087294:00287
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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,VOLUME XXVIII-NO. 28 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY lg, 1940 PRICE FIVE (.'LS'TS::
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Dr. Conradi Resigns :I IA 'I!' Franklin Enters Army

POLICE CHECK !UdERROd\ I WINS(
F. S. C. W. President} Service as Lieutenant IHORNE


Daytona Beach July II (FNS) I, Theodore Franklin, son of Mr.

DRIVERS IN HOSPITAL and Mrs. P J. Franklin Tuesday iSEASONCHAMPTIILE
; FEW\ !Giving advanced ago as his reason r

Dr. Edward Coniadi 71, edu- I started a year's enlistment as a

cator and president of the Florida second lieutenant in the United

LACKLICENSE State College for Women since ROTARYPLANClub I State* army at Camp Jackwn I

1909 announced his resignation N C. Prior to Joining the regular

here this week. army he was a member of the

Jlighway Offieers' Visit His successor will ben elected by ( Will Equip Unit Reserve Officers Training Corps ;i II Victories, 4 L '. 'alive

Here Reveals "Good" the stale board of control ;Among 1 To Honor Memory at Gainesville the University. of Florida In :, Team "iTS! ;- .

Law Compliance those mentioned for the pout are of Physician I of Sene-i
I
Dr. W. S. Allen president of Stet I I ---

NEGLIGENT OWNERS son University and Dean Walter PICTURE OF DOCTOR POOR GATE MAY I IPERRINE BROOKE

GIVEN SUMMONSES, Mathetlcy of the University of TO HANG ON WALL I HAVE POOR> SHOWING

Florida school of business administration -I STOP PLAYING OF I --

Some Ordered to Walk Committee Named to Get Single-run G a r <' f .,u.t

Home for ForgottenPermits Approval of Widow LEAGUE GAMES of Session Giu ;

and SmithThe Fans Thrill

DEATH SUMMONSDR. ]

State highway patrolmen carried Homestead Rotary Club Is games at Homestead City Park With a record: show ns 11 '.

their drive against unlicensed B. F. ECKMANIN planning te) hang a picture of the Monday, Wednesday and Friday tortes and four losses, ;' WJ:
nights, it will be Mctaaarto stop
automobile drivers into Homestead late Dr. John B. Tower In a roomIt Horne Company tea-n *_ t-
diamondball for the remainder of
and for several hours methodically MIAMI I I HOME will furnish lit the Dew James the season. judged semi-season _t t.::.., of

checked) passing ears-at Flaler ,- Archer Smith Hospital and to This la the conclusion reachedby the Homestead Diamonds *. ..">>

and Krome avenues Wednes- I name the room for Dr. Tower the Homestead Diamondball ciation! at the close of t:. it
one time president at the club. I Association, which at laIn
Dr. Benjamin F. Eckman present
day afternoon half Wednesday n.k.'t Tee'
70'1 At a meeting et the Retary Club the throe of financial pains
formerly
a practicing physician
Four officers were engaged In Homestead died Tuesday at his Wednesday neon, President C J. The pains are being caused by the Brooker Lumber Com .r.) : ,Jy

the check-up and they found only home. 4784 S. W. Fifth terrace, Parman named Edward Staling, : consistently inadequate number of for the half showed sx Vo._ ,nd

a relatively small number of Miami following a long illness O B. Parker and) Bevy Webb as a persona at the gomes Admissionto seven losses while Per I.. ,,a* j
drivers who for one reason or committe to contact Mrs.: Tower the game U 1.. cents a head but three wins and 10 loues
other failed to exhibit licenses > His death followed within 24houri and Dr. J. A; Smith for formal ,
at no tunethis seaaen have there Horne will play the :.: n nt
that of Mrs. Blanche Stewart
These motorists were given court permission to carry out the plans been enough dime collected: tt the the second half of t.!.e h i for
summonses. Some were found Stedman his secretary and office The club has allocated $1)0: for .
gate to offset the 18 M needed to the championship of t, :'.re
who had left their licenses nurse-for many yean, who
at equipping theCbarln room defray the expense of each, game season
home. These were obliged to Coral died at Cables the University hospital, 1.> Sykesv a member of To- date,, the association I* $73 in The final game of fir f If.
"hoof it" home get their little the Miami Rotary Club was guest .
the red. between Perrire and E: ,, _' ,>
tickets and display them to the Dr. Eckman was a native of speaker at the Meeting He gave The brand of diamandball offered of the variety that Can.o, -i if

officers before they were permit- Covington, Ky., where for number a report of the Rotary International here la such a* Ie meet the but seldom see.

ted to resume driving Most of of years following his return convention held recently at most exacting demand of a sport Perrine took the game lcO: "
the drivers the officers said had from Germany where he received Havana Cuba. f fits
lover and the cessation of this and this Ion run was :11:, by
failed to sign their licenses. his medical education, he .
They operateda r night entertainment would leavea pitcher Simmons w I', ,rk
were required to affix the "JohnHenry" private hospital. He closed the .
THE WEATHER void that could not be filled, on the) mound consisted king -
before being allowed to hospital In 1919 and came to lovers of the sport said out 12 batters and .... J '.g
proceed.The Homestead Mrs Stedman, whoreceived Orrlrl.1 weather report of the RuMra., ,
The diamondball and baseball
I 1.'lm.nl_ statbe. Hrmntrft, Florid but two walk. t
officers laid Homestead her nurse* training at Date -- Tn...I Mill;- I R.liT games, which were a part of the The game was un'-i-a, i >, III
drivers were "pretty good In Dr. German's hospital, came to July 5 .1 I 89 I 72 '130.11 association's Fourth of July cele- that all safe hits were ?!lee

obeying the drivers' license law. Homestead several years later to July 8 -I 1 88 f 7. |130.091! 0.42 to the game is 10 cents a head but and no errors were "IT '.y t
Monday, when the state police become associated with Dr. Eck July 7 | 8. ]I 72 | I 'bration here grossed a total of either team.Simmons'.

started the check-up throughout man. July 8 | 90 | 09! |30.071 0.12 $25.52. The feast brought a total oppositi .

the state there were approximately Soon after his arrival In Home July 9 _. .1| BO | 0 |30.13, 0.OS of $8147 Expenses totaled mound, Fuchs, struct; c'u: .nand

40,000 driven without- licenses. stead Dr. Eckman purchased a July 10 ._ -I I 98 I 119 |30.18! 0.U leaving a profit of $9.IS $97.84'1 walked tw f

Approximately 29 drivers made home on Avocado drive near July 11' ( I 69 |130.131 association. The lone run of tr<' k 'Cis t''
Roberts road Her he lived and
application for licenses during the: mnde in the lixtn inn n;' n 'car
week 1A Homestead, it was learned. maintained his office until about sucreerled in nak,r g 1' (
i ten years ago when he went to Homestead, Key West Teams Divide bane hit while Perrine l'U' :e. is'
Miami to practice. .
Caves Horne d
p u r
Surviving Dr Eckrrun. Are a Games at Fourth Celebration HereNo S
MACHINE some pretty good ball I ',- ,at '
"READS"BOOKS daughter. Miss Hattie I May Eck. .
I team to a 5-to-2 victory .. .
man of Cincinnati and brother
a traffic accidents or other rine Monday night Height "d i
second and fourth and from then
Dr. Guy Eckman of Covington
TO BLIND mishaps occurred to mar Home- on failed to talley. Homestead men and walked :t. Je "
If more fans do not attend the
, itead celebration of Indepen- didn't get going until the eighth his opponent on the it c ..L _. :i"

i 3 LIONS CLUB dence Day, which was centered In frame, when a single run was bert, struck out flu TOLDA
sit Smith Horne *m 'I J ,}.
Army Seeks Recruits the picnic and feast at the city counted. Three more were chalked -
park I man contributed his : .t'- I ut
the ninth Craves and
For Air Corps Service Police reported no lawbreaking : rnI served on the mound for 1 victory by socking out awhile I ,'" :.In.
talking book" for
the blind
and firemen received no calls Homestead while Molina pitched Edwards, his m"n
a machine which operates recordings Tampa July 11 (FNS)-A call Plenty of fireworks, purchasedfrom for Key West. third base, hit a trrt .1' .:r.

. I of books and other reading for air corps recruits was Issued the wayside stands outsidethe The dlamondball game started Edwards was mstrumen ,.1 I ItIt

mater! was displayed and explained this week by Col. Daniel D. city went up In smoke but at 8 p. m. and Tompkins In charge of recruitingfor None of Perrine III u: II
t they were discharged without danger Thomas Homes! d hurler over
by Miss
Lucy Dent Smith
l, Georgia and Florida. Men enlisting to property or persen Ward, Key West r ''her, had muchto sufficient force to carry to t'Continued to
Instructor of the Lighthouse School under this call w ill be assigned Nature contributed to make theday do with 'he tiring: of goose on Page Three)

, for the Blind at a meeting of the to Maxwell Fiekl Ala. a success by furnishing a eggs that gra, ,ed the visitor score

Hedland District Lions Club Tues Training will! be afforded in such Clear sky and cooling breezes .card. Torbert Is PromotedTo
technical' work In connection with Most of the resident of Homestead struck nine and
day night Thomas ; ont men Lake Area Post
military aviation as an iLl photography who did not seek the ,
fishing walked! six. War fani it I one and
The machine was manufacturedby airplane and ,ugine '
grounds or all teashoi for walked three. Homestead players
the WPA and record Tom T.'t, manager f C':uld*
machine
are maintenance work
supplied shop ,
their observance ot the Fourth were pretty handy witli their bats,)I
Growers Inc. an IIUII..te: at
by a library at Washington
gunning ant bombing parachute
participated In the barbecue and also E. Sullwirv third baseman,
where than 400 American Fruit Gr< "'ers, lac.,
volumes
more Suing, ra > operation
Brunswick stew fend and attended C. Sullivan right fielder and An-
Save been recorded Miss Smith wet tor administrative has been promoted to tie position
as aI the diamondball And baseball denont first baseman, made home
' said. Ihe records are exchanged such dark. of field manager of the urganlzstlon -
jobs stenographers
tames staged by the HomesteadDiamondball' runs, and, in addition, E. Sullivanmade Twke Oketcbcbe
much in the same manner a* and office mereEnlisted m the urea,
Assoclat on, a wo-baave. The best the
circulating library and more than men do not pit r rnlli- with headquarters at EeL'c): CluJ.
The feast starh.it lit noon and Key Western could do wa to outrun -
21,000 blind persons In the United tary pla'i. Colonel Tompkins after Sef I, it was ar.n"u iced,.
hundred were std until Uie their clout: *o tint base.
States art benefited by their use, said but a U,, Ited number hay by E. W. 1 1.ne, southeaster, .vision .
start of the bases aii each Inning
game at 3 Homestead scored In ..
she said. advanced education aril best manov r, from has jKauyusr-
:
d o'clocl. The conttw.j igrt except the faortti and ninth. ,
Miss Smith told ef the work at physical qualifications may t tWill : tens at v "I'U. .
between a team front Key West
t the school. A talk also was made to one"of the flying schools A ragreement' ha*, l nnegtr
and a local: team ompo.'ed' of Sets of 15
by Mrs. Robert W. Way president nd upon graduation become' regular Navy Quota "f hereby the An: .cs"
licked The Island!
player City
ef the Greater Miami Women's army pilots.Enlistment At Miami Area MinimumThe Fn "I. U hand: a heavy r
toys took this game by a score ., '
t Club in the Mr he v t'eletab1es t :rough
corps, ,
ef to four. The
eight team .
William W. Green, blind violin- said was for a peril| it i ">f three same United States navy depart- it :nuking and prt-r' I.ng faon -
let, played several selection, sc- ,ean. Applicant mi t "'cH Played a diamondb, game that ment has assigned a minimum which construct :II wilt '

,om panted by Mrs. Way, school graduates or h e 1, *i sight, and the local team turned quota of IS men to be enlisted at :fct-it soon. Mr Iran j.dPuU-
Sam J. Davis, chairman of the ourneymen rating IA mechanical 9)i tables ": "akenking'a the Key din, Miami recruiting office tues :and tomatoes wlU c '.poe

r blind conservation committee of rade.: They must be btiween II Wetter. ID f July It bas been \ durln'l .only: a small Jrt'-n of the total

the club In a brief talk:, requested and 35 year of age, physicallyfit Key West put the baseball game The Florida-Georgia area, volume "vn hick }Ir. T abet'

that members w1ng> persons of high moral character and In ice in the first few innings of list 13 recruiting substations, ha*, will have '., ...uisloa k' di .

needing glasses notify him and 11" !haw BO one dependent on them layv Ta. visitor made three been assignee a Minimum enlistment i Mr. Tortert win enjoy brief

rangement for treatmeijt wouldbe Applications may be made fins each la the first and quota of 175 the largest In vacation before aasuain; .a 4u t

made. rmr recruiting station. third and one run each la the several year 'ties at Belle C.lw.U .



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i Pare! Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, July 12 1940


ed to a watermelon cut by Mrs. The next meeting will be held
Control Home
TOWNSEND\ Start Mosquito at
CLUB
; Rogers. Tuesday July 18, at the home of

I Is Advice of State EntomologistGainesville I Scouts present were: Evelyn.Mrs. Harvey Gossman In Gould
with Evelyn Cossman as hostess.
ACTS TO MAKE Gossman, Sarah Vlhlen, Kathryn
Levy Teenle Torbert, Marie Rogers -
July 11,-Screening all citizens of the community and Rosemary Burk, Thelma and
CREED KNOWNA swatting and spraying are effective professional engineering advice Hazel Johns, Elvira and Grace Prompt, Courteous Service
in keeping adult mosquitoes should be obtained when needed. Burry, Charlotte Murray Lena
: "Mosquito control," Dr. Tissot Belle Bonds, Kathleen Campbelland at the
} out of the house, but satisfactory
.lOlulloldln, that Inn I :
explained "is a good example of Miss Small and Mrs. Albert
active member of the local Town- control depends on elimination of a problem in which everyone Campbell Visitors enjoying the :

fend Cllib be contacted and Informed breeding places and destruction of should be concerned and take an afternoon with the girls were: : SINCLAIRService
about the Townsend Creed wigglers or larvae. Dr. A. N. Tls-, active part. Where mosquito control Mrs. Rogers and daughter, 1.1I I
adopted several month ago by sot state experiment station entomologist Is carried on effectively people Nelle, .Ira. O. W. Calkins Mrs.
the national organization was pointed out recently.To of the community enjoy more Herman Heinlein and daughters StationJohn
passed by the club at a meeting protect the family from adult comfort and the number of cases Phyllis and Pat.yfr... Harvey i
in the Neva King Cooper school mosquitoes, screen the home care- of malaria dengue and other mos- Cowman and daughter Marion
auditorium lot Sunday afternoon. fully and completely with screen quito-borne diseases are kept to a Mrs. M. J. Bonds Vera Sage E. Davis, Prop.

John D. Wysong, secretary of the wire of one-sixteenth of an inch low minimum.1 Pharabe Kato Katherine Wrightand S. Krome Ave. Phone 6111AAA
club who with S. F. Matthews, mesh Dr. Tlssot said. Mesh larger -.N 'NNN N"'".NNNNNNNNNNM Lillian Chubb. i

1 president, was a delegate to the than one-sixteenth of an Inch will Redlamf Girl ScoutsBy . . . . ..
I national convention held recently! enable mosquitoes to crawl KATHLEEN CAMPBELL: A" AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD

r In St. Louis, gave a report. He through into the home. With the MNMNMNMNNNNNM W.......,.-..............
said the meeting was larger than
house screened use a household
I The Redland Girl Scout Troop
Any I of the preceding five annual t
spray to kill the few mosquitoesthat held Its regular meeting Tuesday
conventions with
fifteen approximately may come In through doors afternoon at the home of Mrs. L.
thousand delegates from when they are ripened. Keeping
,,0. Rogers in Eureka with Marie
9.000 clubs attending. Florida was all mosquitoes out of the house is hostess.
The
38th the list of Rogers acting AS
on states and territories if >
particularly important
some
meeting was called to order by the
showing gains In mem- member of the family has malaria.
bership during the preceding 12 "Like president.
charity the experiment
After several rounds of differ-
months, Mr. said.
Wysong station worker said, "mosquito I
ent songs were sung Miss Mil-
The Townsend Creed as adopted -
control should begin at home
dred leader,
Small
troop gave
by the convention follow:
-the place where the individual
"We believe In the girls a lesson in the rules of le
a nation-wide
can do his part against these etiquette and how to Improve
retirement security program based pests. As very little water Is necessary one's personality. The scout circle -
on American principles of equity
and justice without the possibilityof I for, all breeding empty tin dozens cans,of broken mosquitoes sung.was then formed and taps "Yes, Mr. Census Taker '
discrimination\ grounds of !
bottles, discarded automobile tires,
i race, color or religion. I After enjoying an hour's swim ,
and other articles that will hold
In the Homestead the
pool, girl
We believe that ItII
technoloicaladvBnt.'f1 "
be
declining birth rates, I water Covering should cisterns destroyed.and rain barrels scouts and the visitors were treat- ure own our home; I

with the attendant decrease in with tight screen, placing oil
the number of those acceptable to Modern Trends
on standing water, emptying and
industry, and constantly Increasing ,scrubbing watering troughs and Mistress: "I am glad to hear you
demands for retirement of our drinking vessels for stock and)will be staying on with me after
senior citizens require retirement IIn I[you're married. Do I know the :
poultry at least once a week, filling "We Built It
should begin at the age of sixtyat sink holes, puddles, and other lucky man?"
the latest. low places, and pouring* fuel or,!! Maid: "Oh yes, Mum, it's your
"We believe that the retirementof crude oil on ponds or placing surface |son!"-Ex.i .
the elders is a matter of con- feeding fish In them are other; With a
cern to the entire body of society, ways of combating mosquitoes, 'i Let GARLIC Help Fight I
and. therefore ihould be financedby Dr. Tisjot explained.Mosquito I'
a universal tax based upon the control practices on'> HarmfnlGolonBaehria MORTGAGELOAN
total volume of business done > Mid Nw t ....hI-....
larger lakes, marshes, and
ponds i
within the nation. 1 ..... Waste Matwr I. roar oloa .., be
streams must be done on a community I Mtmlni Fee and sawing .'.-.1., [
"We believe that any social security basis. The use of oil or i JMfrf IIM sad dt..M.sa Ter T.bUta.DItARBOILMr15"r"rIaoIorIo"
I Gu-lle COM Im
program should be made fish or draining to prevent mosquito i U4 ..! fRCC VIal xuk *
operative on a basis which will breeding should be done by 'a' Dixie Drag. I
t return to profitable employmentall
those not retired and thus
Arrangedby
open the doors of opportunity to
the youth of our land. I ItaIRD'SIndorsed
"We believe that the stagnationof
business, idle bank reserves, idle
factories idle men are caused by ,
lack of purchasing power in the '
hands of the many. Brooker Lumber Co.
"We believe this condition can I
be remedied only by the releaseof :
the taxes collected from the I USED CARS and
people being returned into the

channels of trade and commerceon i Uw used ears always represent good value, bat the
a scale that will permit the I .DC* listed below are Mutually choice and we recommend
living of the people to be on the j I any one ef then for year consideration. the Paymentsare
typical American standard iastead'
of a bare subsistance level.
"We believe that the Immediate" ......e..a..e......,................
as Easyas
spending of tax: monies and their'

return through the channels of I' 1933 FORD 2-DOOR SEDAN-very good con-
trade should be restricted where ..
ever possible to the purchase of dition. Rent"
American goods made by Ameri i
can ",workmen; that they should I
be spent within the United States 938 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR TOURING

and avoid should rem .be.ng used employable dmc;"telly per tot,! f'F.D.\N-exrellcnt condition: ; low mileage BROOKERLumber

sein idleness, and this inciplc j II ; r xxl paint and tires. I .
f' ,uld be t jntaine ''n any sound

recovery program. 19..71'i.YlOUTIIDOOR TOURING
"We believe that this and all I

other government activities should SED. excellent condition. Company
(
be placed on aaa'yo'IIO'I I
basis, as neither this nation nor' I
any other utu ". can survive; eon-II 193S CHE" ::0' V.T STATION WAGON __
tautly i -r sing Indebted- .:I HOMESTEAD PHONE 62 :
looks like jol excellent condition :I
W*iget-noi-+>>a lect balanced the An n-- .can,alb I a new ; ti i I.............." .,, .............................................J

way of life I

Revival Seniet.st; [ PRESTON B. PD MOTOR CO. II i

By GUI -eh of God I Coo: 's Bathing Casino '
i
j South .. -oaa Ave. Phone 1'Ot ,

The Rev. P. C. Stuart of Lake.i P0r E TAG AGENCY
land wltt -' ach At rexlval service '
t I"I I'
: | IFTH STREET and OCEAN DRIVE
which willsm Su. at the I
Church of Cod w. Fir t avenue a I here, *a ewtnr mesa ... Orau)
and Seventh street a. ,tint l>
announcement of I. Uodsan,I rEJWA.RD sr f"Gli: j MIAMI BEACH

'r nlaVr tr charge ah.al'b.: .j "
hevl
The service win be nela
alaS exce.-H SahU'da1 I [ BATHING SUN LATHS ';

at 1.45 o'cLuk.rarner's REALTOR t IIUVAfE .
f BEACH RESTAURANT ]: ,
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'I Funeral Boise Real Estate General Insurance I BATHING Inn AND A is afar SHOP

Itasca CATS AND TOTS 4CH CHAIRS AND 11
l 1\\ } ICon AMBCLAXCC KKVK NOTARY PUB uc KTOrM WEAK UMBttLLA.
Lady Attearfaa Corm patllv :and Ave. B Florida City 11a. j

rhone M4-R Homestead, na.t nosES Ml-J AM Ml-M JANTZEN HEADQUARTERS
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Friday, July 12, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Three


Gulfport, Miss, iQ V ears ago andwait Brooker, struck out six men and
State School
Seniors Get
BEATTIE DIRECTS 6,000 High to to West Palm Beach last walked five. Cuthbert pitching

Training Under U. S. Defense ProgramTallahassee year. He if surVived by a daughter for Perrine, fanned one mm and
INSTALLING OF 64I.O.O.F.OFFICERS Mrs Abble Collins of Reno. walked three
Nev.; a son, Earl Bachelor of New
July 11.- School telephone communlc tlon. Health Mexico; and a sister, Mrs. Douglas MN.....NN"...."-........".-,,.."". "" ,."...
officials and teachers of Florida and camp sanitation will also be McBride of Hjpoluxo, Fla. . . ,. .
were called upon recently by State featured. The body was sent to Gulfport for
Superintendent Colin English to burial
Geometry and
H. B. Beattie of Homestead, past prepare plans this summer for trigonometry
classes will make
tote grandmaster of the Inde- guidance of senior high school boysIn practical application e,.
of mathematical ..
this time of national principlesand ti.
pendent Order of Odd Fellow., emergency. formulae to problems In navigation HORNE \WINS
The first step, Mr. English said,
was In charge of Joint installation range finding and mechanical -
Is for every person who has anyresponsibility I
construction. Classes in mechanical
ceremonies for 84 officers of four
today In high school drawing and school shop (Continued from Page One) A
I. O. O. F. lodges of District No. education to analyze carefully the
will he provided opportunity to ap- ters farther than first base.
22 held at the Odd Fellows Temple, meaning of the present world upheaval ply their work to problems faced
Miami, Tuesday night. E. S. Cap- for the 6,000 boys who will In airplane repair and machine, Horne made only one error in
linger, also of Homestead, district graduated from our schools in shops, including such jobs as wing the game. Porcine made five, four
deputy grand chaplain of the order May and June."Parents construction, metal and sheetmetal I of which were chalked up against

was among the assistants of teachers, and school working, blueprint reading, wiring -i Leggett, third baseman.
Mr. Beattie. officials must unite as never beforeIn radio repair, and Instrument Friday night, Brooker players
The new officers will serve Fort helping these boys become physically I reading and repair Out-ot-class were in the hitting groove and
Dallas Lodge, No. 44; Mount Sinai \ strong and equipped with clubs will be encouraged where- won from Perrine by a 12-to-7
Lodge, No. 10; and Little River the understandings and attitudesso ever a group of boys become Interested score.
Lodge, No. 32, all at Miami, and essential for a continuation of In advanced work or Of the Brookcrman, E. Sullivan
Hatchee Lodge, No. 72, at Fort our democratic way of life," he study. accounted for a home run, Bar

Lauderdale. said. The work will be designed as exploratory -' row and Kinard each made a
Approximately 600 persons attended "Every boy U thinking seriously units to develop an un- three-base hit and Home made a ANEW MANCHIROPRACTIC
the ceremonies, which were today of his place In the life of our derstanding of general principlesand two-base hit. The safeties ofPerrine
fallowed by a dance. Others who nation. The emergency has to determine special abilities were only first sackers. daily
attended from Homestead were: brought technical skill to the fore- and interests as well as some Ini- Some of Perrine's misfortune restores thousands of
Mrs. Beattie Mrs. Caplinger, Mr. front in Industry, aviation, military tial skill in any field In which a might be laid to errors, which
and Mrs. W. Y. Bush and daughter service agriculture and In all\ the boy shows particular ability. The totaled seven. Brooker made I sick and ailing people to

Miss Nina Pearl Bush, Mrs. ways ot life which Increase directlythe program will be principally for the three mistakes. I health. Many had tried
Cora Belle Grlnold and C p, strength of the nation for purposes purpose of guidance and preparation Fuchs and Ashley, pitchers for everything else in vain.
Crlnald. of national defense." for such intensive
training as Don can't
t get
say you
The 'superintendent'and two ,the boys may be expected to undertake
Retired College Head members of his staff have returned after graduation from high rid of your trouble, organic

Remodeling Home HereMr. from Washington, D. C..with plans school, either In college, or perhaps Tropical Cafe or otherwise, until
for use of vocational and technical In a military or technical you have given Chiropractic
schools In the defense program, school.
and Mrs. A. W. Mohn of Sil- training a chance.Consultation .
and for preparation of instructional NOW LOCATEDAT
ver Palm and their daughter Miss materials to.assist high schoolteachers Long Illness Is Fatal without :
Betty Mohn, will leave Monday to
THE
spend several months In Penn- and pupils In science For Walter BachelorWalter oblieation.H !
sylvania.Mr. mathematics, and manual arts : EVANS HOUSE : '-11; 1-5; t-l i
classes. Plans have been made Bachelor; 80, retired
Mohn, now a retired college Sundays by AppolntnvBt
with the assistance of officials in farmer formerly of Florida City,
president and promoter of the national office of education, died last Friday at West Palm One Block Sooth ..rKromeFl.ler Dr. R. J. Elliott
fund for
raising campaigns expansion
Traffic
the civil aeronautics authority, and Beach, following s lingering ill
of churches and Institu- the national youth administration, Light, en S. Krome Are. Horne Bid,. llomnttad. FIs.

tions old cf higher Gollattschek learning, acquiredthe and with the co-operation of senators' ness.He came to Florida City from ....... -, ." ". "' ,.. ... ''' ''' ''' ,,. .,. ..,!I.J I I
grove The Florida Association of Coun- ,
house on Hainlln drive, half a ty Superintendents, at Its annual
mile east of Krome road, back in convention In Daytona Beach this
1914 when he was principal of
week, voted unanimously to sponsor
Ruth Hargrove Institute in Key the program. It was urged I I I
West. Since last January the that teachers join this summer in I
house has been undergoing remodeling planning instructional materials.
and the Mohns have
Teachers who can volunteer servIces ,
been living In It for the past three for a few weeks are asked to|
months. A son, Richard Mohn, write Mr. English at Tallahassee.
active associate of his father in Instructional units will be pre-
the promotional work is expected pared In the various subjectmatter -
home for a visit when the family fields in collaboration withmilitary
returns to Sliver Palm next fall. and technical
The younger Mr. Mohn was hereIn Emphasis will I be placed on giv1Ing I
January to start getting the senior boys in science classes!
house In shape for occupancy. an understanding of the application

of their studies concerning)
"The mule] ," wrote a schoolboy, natural forces, expanding gasses,
"is a hardier bird than the guse electricity chemistry, etc., as they
or turkey and diffrunt. He wears relate to power plants, airplane,
his wings on the side of his head. gunnery, technical construction
He has two legs to walk with,
machine operation, and radio and
two more to kick with, and is aw- I .
I ful backward about going for- 1 lif
ward"-Progresshe Farmer. For. Leonard. Ilaskin'l 1 0 _
Judge: "Have you anything to se.el-11.1.8. I. t:.. ':. ..
offer to the court before sentenceis Fifths and R.e.lrln..f' I
passed on you; GLASSES I! JIi

Prisoner: "No. Judge I had ten Ml N. P. Pint SI, MI..., Fit. :
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BHTRIPTION' RAT! By MRS J. E. 3AULENS"I : '
I. 0.4. ...sty __ __ .twe0014d -Ajj "
.. of II.... Goats ___.. _.__ SIJ will study and get ready end ,??'
some day my chance will come.- .$;
I Abraham Lincoln -oiI
Children
Parasitic *

Preparations must be made In i d
W Mren! '
today are "softies' ..
and risitlc." you'll have to i advance! of a crisis or an opportunity '|
This has been demonstrated
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blan, .
mothers dads, and society
In gt' f. 'I, because "the economic during the past few months
of world events Abraham Lincoln
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pornm of children li not of I
recognized this truth early
Otis T.I knlg," aria Farnsworth
Crq ( In life He was not a great man
I m a Rotarian Magazine
artit-in;: ,d.' ills 1 1 kNdESe I by chance but by effort ,

Dn irgument about the cows I In any phase of life when a

he Use' to milk before breakfast, crisis demands the guidance of a ,;
I great leader, we turn to the man rI
the (" 'I of wood be split, and the
ashes ,hauled are ai obsolete as' I or woman who we feel b capable, ..

button shoes, with milk on through education and experience,
apartment doorstep ell 1he'l, to, cope with the situation Opportunity -

and M,iding janitors. And the I knocks but once and it y j.
"wh
create activities to occupy and from lack of preparation.

te ecll Johnnies and Alycea, Crow- : Today, with. an uncertain future "
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der dc. ]area I facing the world leaders are needthp'i -

Give children something vital ed: men But ideas v
:
to do. he nuggcsU "Not a hypo- ore not the of wishful i *P

thetic something like a textbook thinking They are develop by

pioblcm Not a make-be- ,,-:;;;-- '... ......t.: ':': ... reading meditation and conversation

I He\e jmething. like building a -' 'T"fttlllif ': ASrs" not being too one-sided
iuIt'I
et
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.. toy boa r Not a secondhand something When we think of Abraham

., like gleaning experienceI W 1i ;::,i.lnt. =flUt/GW..,, C9N.S/1'I.. /A.vd'rES t"afE1?#Ot u.e"I ..... Lincoln early life we picture
,
I radio or screen But a ,.. him lying before a log fire avidly
">met" 'jig that Is relevant to the T reading one of the few book It

ihelu the protection and the Only! one mile long. Duval street Is proud. Atlantic side of the Island deep channels and happened to be his good fortuneto

J nippc, of their own livesCrowtv ." I ly referred la by many Key Welters as the harbors the Gulf side possess, or sitting on top of an
1
J tells how children In his old-fashioned rail fence meditating -
longest street In the world'as from f
It reaches According lo Henry Howell writing/ for
expei true keep the family budget ; or when travelers stopped
book<, Tulst with household management the balding beach where the public dunks 'Field & Stream", the best authenticated' recordof for the night taking part In the .,

and other vital things In Itself In (lie Atlantic and extends one mile to the speed of \Valioo, for a known distance conversation on important matters .

a rum :, life which make for hap- the dock facing the Gulf of Mexico, where oceangoing la that of a 67 pounder which/ reeled off 200 'Y

p:n' nd an appreciation of adult steamers are moored at the end of the of line in tl second (lot on light tatlle Thus he was preparing to guide 'c*",

':., >n". street Duval St. Is the principal business streetIn This would figure a little belter than 41 miles our country, many years later :

the city: that distinction having been acquired per !hour Unquestionably, this record stamps through a great crisis. T

..y..y.yyyyyy ... when witerbnrn traffic was lie city's principal! the Wahoo its one of the fastest if not the Are you prepared to give intelligent ,

vocation Shoals and reefs characterize the fastest, of nil fish ( co-operation to your community -

CURRENTCOMMENT state and country?

kind. Out of a waste product of j IuIIIIIllItnIluIIIIIIIIIiIuIIIiIEIlfllliI' ; Ion Tuesday evening last, the The newspapers,' magazines and
radio keep the public well Informed -
one of the big industries is being new officers being: T L. Graves.
N G.; W. R. Thornton V. G.; on the news of the day But
By AGNEW WELSH obtained sulfanlhamite, found to I E. S. CHyliniitr. R. S. N. G.; G. E. when it comes to the important

................"........".. ...... ....A be a powerful preventive of infection //20 Years Ago I Allen, L. S. N. C; L. W Taylor, events, there Is always a certain

Mlrwi N..I.Ir Mr. W."h "Ise" in war wounds. Dn the warden; C E. Cuvhnum. conductor preliminary knowledge: necessary ,,. '
.." ".. "u on hb .M:om_...." clothe heels of this discovery comes another R. S. V. G; S. E. Livingston to understand fully the various 4

t.i l ,;, \;" 'fa opinion I tfrwnwnt.*. A,1,1.ommurs or vtrtenot ire for a waste product Indicated I IIIIlIlIlIlIlIIllllIlIlmllllllllmmlll1ll! !! !! !!!!! L S. V. G, E. G. Stirrup chilpI angles of the ever-changing world, : .

." In Ann'. Walsh tot N. S. 7M ...Iv...... /1... .,. .arn ..uNatl. lain. J. M. Scarborough, O. Gland conditions
T ..10 Nt Mb.1 Pla. for the cure of stomach brow (11-W ..h.0_" .. I Ins G Officer of the Liberty -- Many books have been and will

R 'tI<>\v we are probably mak- ulcers This remedy is a powder j R.t.rerk"the HmrHi Mtkll 1'10Mt4.>k..l Mir Banner 11, lull.matt4 I I IM JUbtkah Lodge of Homestead continue to be written concerning ,

Orl It. 1)11 With ...t H.U4 ._ the cause and effects of the ';
iiif; : n world political history obtained by evaporating urine 1I L*.*... | in tnltrd were: Mrs. A. Doyle I :
nd tit I iv, It more rapidly, than Ina.l and is adminsterea by Injections. I I N. a", Mrs L F. Chapman. V G.; present war But only a few of +?,
u <\i period. I July II IBtO I ll. W Wcbaler Kecretirv I II them will be accepted as importe

j ., .- .. That sounds .better. ,.doesn't it? ,I -", W. J, Kiomc wi_ witidl I -'Bev. and 'Mr.,TV. Whit- ,tint historical documents How44'

I' ut cost Germany a tidy sum I as newly-elected director ut DIP worth me spending then vacation ever "The Failure of a Mission" ',
Dr. C. A. Mills ) Exchange from Dude County cub- by Sir Neville Henderson ii in- '
to to'I I hit t.200.000 prisoners she University of 1 visiting relatives and friend at .,
is "n have-with her own cub- Cincinnati, says the worlds tem exchange and most cordially I Callahan: Fla" eluded in the list
tot' < ">.ing Mother HubbardizedT perature run in waves of 1.ooo- welcomed bv: the other members -"The Community Church has lie in the fact it is the buck sound :
year periods of Increase and decrease present 1 been given two coats of mint and of the war. It clarifies many reasons '

and declares these affect -" \ us Frankie Hobson of I>resent t', 'Iv.r scare sawn to have enc' the stature of the human rate the Homestead and Carl Lllld len at Gable did the painting antI is to be as they did and their effect on : .' V;

I- effect on Mexico as she cooler eras tending to increase Sliver Palm wore quietly married congratulated on the job The the wo.1ld.aUaiJ', today. 1Ii
coed be belief that _
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their height in Miami on Saturday; evening( main entrance to the church wax Some authorities believe that .'
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Ion
c' with U 'S
on mill- e e e lust After 11 horl wedding Hip uncoiled but just before it was "MeIn Kampf", by Adolph Hitler, 30
tirnomic and
." political ques- The spirit of Intolerance mnnl- they will make their, home hi're." painted Loomud Chapman got belongs in the some group of hn- ''r
f'irwoe.ary.
'. i high horse, Coming eliT downf Festod In several part of the U S. -"Sam Muffott 1 II Inking rate : busy and completed' the job In fine portant historical books because it 4'
a toward a religious lcd, known as of the office work for John Moffett I I style at his own expense without is prophetic and has been very ,

Jehovah's Witnesses, Is most John Is too inlay sHlHig rein I saying a word I to anybody nearly! carried out 'according to .,
\ m n star made the statementt lamentable i I I I (Plorida City) plan to dateCoaaridng .
and due to a patrioticmass estate to hang wound hw oi'lce'Mr I
\i. 1 church statistics showed -"'J. M KUng returned' this our own national :
hysteria If I were a betting I I I
,IIt, 'I'; nri cent of church memo man I would give you long odds Carmichael hat bought WCl'k from his vacation trip to the I affairs additional Information can .fl
file McCutlowh house north
of
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I h.
I were spasmodically active, be
that the men who assaulted the west roastFlorida City) gleaned from the CongressiontlRetold
37 h'lv Homtatowl trading m his car on I
; Inactive had qI
maraiy I
which receive
religionist never did _,_ we
a patriotic the deal" ''' '''''''''' ''''''''''' ''''''''''' '''M '' "
II!K, ,nies on the church roll. or humane act in their lives .
Th." u, like a soldier going into e -"Mr*, Kate Plrkanl and Children in Court Frances Clark, nature lover and .
b It' ? ,thout gun or ammunition daughter, Mist Ptrn. left, Tuesday: author bIll aroused considerable
Chicago gangsters believe In the tty Judge Malcolm UaUield
fold or thoir lssmmer home m Nmunk Interest with her suggestion of a

lll'i lusting a nation and eon- tales adage, probably that dead the reason men tell they no 111" "" ',,, .. ., ... ..I day dedicated to the conservationand .'t

qu it it are entirely cMffetwitprop tilled Jerry Seigel on the eve of -"!. S. Mowry, 9r. xnsl fimily .1 CHARACTER Uluti.CT; $ I election of bird life This
;
'' 1' have IMFLUCENCiWhon ; day to be known Migration .. n
: ; being to Texas as a wit- '
in toll uprising to-Ethiopia under nets in a narcotic charge Just another and Mr. Mnw'fv dwlnrtw! !10. IS better I i approximately fifty per Day and to be observed nationally t
Belle I ',. fatale now that Italy ha; ''I of a dozen simian slaying I satisfied with IlnmeslerNl i than tent of oil school children ore every spring.

gtlte, 'ui? the war And Germany I a I ho ever was L outside the guiding Influent ofi I
"ill! !rH sore thorn in bar flesh -"Dr. John Dennis has been | the chinch and when our public There l II a book on aviation called -
bye tool bye A* j> preamble to his terms of "called to Toronto Canada owing schools and xoIJoBea Are (prohibited 'Ahrinui: a Study in Air
peace Hitler worked himself into a'': I to the Bombnidment" "Ahrl-
death nf his brott ei-Jii-lHW' from teaching religion, how The' word
lather
ft. :uuth's.-PIt contained an i over Germany "Injuredinnocence" :j Mr. William Ea t' can children gain a knowledge of moA II a Persian word and is the

arttk fiejJod, "Qanvtlors. Don't render. Did in the the Fucherer HIS war scar- :,' -"Ala Franc Lewis entertained rekgion, morality and character Zpreastrinn evil spirit
c;H-HA':' and proving they bat on hear of cuss I the Rain or Shin* Ckio at Where shall we obtain our future -----------


theft fjvor. cerned1. ] parties -"Polltmalll., Carter wait called I I. eliminated from lYe curriculum should it not be feasible for all

e e : e --t I into consultation with hwpeclorPulsipher I ? Without character intrlli-j' otiurchei to unite .and tasinl that
: at Miami Wednesday cence Is only a mockery Char some form of religious training
one nf the things bard to ,
uq- Ike Tootleberry', "damphool- relative to the requirements in the I acter la to be'
direct
dei itand. what Is / necessary : intelligence given to the 13 or 15 million
s a newsboy saying L m : a Lou IILndpr'11erI'teacher way of equipment for the yo! t- Unless our future lead- ,children who sire not now or who
*)I'lliII tie is or/iog his I
te "gradnr ._'ajper pupils in j office at Homestead for the milt ,ell Possess character together, never will M affiliated with any
caps and gowns; don women j five years. with intelligeaue there Is disitger I 1 church? Statistics show that mostof
Man-1 crowding beauty parlors while! -"A public installation of offt- that our fittest tivllu.tion will | the four millic criminals .t

Modem fhirnlittrjr .1ar bomba. JKCCI, crashing JA JbIIIr gets at tooth iitt CdKFell ws and lrsstiah.TOgtefee. J large today have not had religious

jog tome wMsterfui aids so .lh1ll'H. J Rvbekahj wa held In Towet.H ., It d+araclas'b 'see- te.hling. .

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vt !t'join Mrs. Rheney and daughters, Mrs. B. D. McGarnb, 1n DeLand. Smith's and Mr. McDonalds
: Vera and Anne in Jacksonvillewhile Joyce Walker, daughter of Mrs.McGarrah mother in Cochran Ga.
; Mr. Woods will visit relative. 1 Is staying with her I
In and JiroundHomestead .. In Orrvillc, Ohio. 1 1I great-grandmother, Mrs 0.0.V.. Mr. and Mrs. Win Smythe left
I Turner, Sr., while her mother kin the first part of the week to spend
< I I Mi and Mrs. Paul Reynolds DrLand. severaleks at their tumuic.I .-
and tons Joe and Gene: will leave I home in llandcraonville.
;:: { Wednesday (or a months visit in Banks By rum is visiting AJ Mr. and Mrs. Frank BUI1'lIl ind
; Cairo Ga., and Blucksburg, Va. Fisher in Tampa for several weeks. son Gene, of South AllnparUb
They are room-nates at University Gardens will leave Saturday for
e I of Florida. a two- ecks' vacation at Buuncll
.'. Mr. and Mr fk M. Hindman Tampa where they had been visiting Mrs. W. H. Cook of ThomasvllkV Fla.
r '; : and two sons, Dickie and Bernard Mr. and Mri. W D: Hearne Ga., is visiting her brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs Walter McDonaldof
"' Mist Rita Brent returned and Mr. and sinter, Mr. and Mrs C. M
., and and Mrs. Armando San Burrow. Princeton and Mr. and Mrs. C. Mrs. Julius Abraham of Coral
Sunday from a two-week visit chez, sons-in-law and daughtersof D. Smith and family of Niranja Gables visited Ur. and Mrs J. R.
In Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. George F Archer.On returned home last week After Byrum Sunday. Ruth Serum re-
Wednesday George and Ben Mr. and Mis. M. M. Ramsey ol spending several weeks with Mrs. (Continued on Page Eight)
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Kinard and Archer and their parents calledon Rcdlnnd laid their granddaughter,:
ton, Dickie, left Wednesday for Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mohn and Jane Marie Moore, era visiting for:
Crescent City. Dickie vrlll remain Miss Betty Mohn of Silver Palm. two months, Mr. Ramsey's brother
with his grandparents, Mr. and Mr. Mohn, now a retired college and Mrs. Ramsey's sinter, Mr and
Mrs. R. R. Kinard, Sr., while his president, was principal of Ruth Mrs. A. H. Ramsey, In Crandall!
mother and father visit In Jacksonville Hargrove Institute in Key West Ga. Redland BrandFertilizers
and Highland, N. C. They ,which the Archer brothers attended
expect to be gone about a month. as boys. Miss Jane Gatlln left Wednes-
u day to visit her uncle and aunt,

Mr and Mrs. Geo. M. Frick and I Mrs. J. C. Shelton of Pedernal. Dr. and Mrs E. L. GaUui In An- I,

daughter, Virginia, and C. J. Par- New Mexico, 1 Is visiting Mr. and dulusla, Ala.
man will leave Sunday for Gaines ;Mrs O. B. Parker on Krome road
ville where Mr. Par Pn and Mr. She will return home In several Mr. and Mrs. Couh Kufoldt,;
Frick will attend the district assembly !weeks. Miss Merle January, Miss Emily manufactured in Homesteadby
Engle and William Mulkins returned are
cf and
presidents secretaries
II on June 29 from Lake,
Of Florida Rptary clubs. An eight-pound girl) was born to '
1 Mrs. Frick and Miss Frick will Mr. and Mrs.; Raymond Greer ol Worth where they attended the locally owned
Epworth League assembly. a company.
visit Dr. and Mrs.\ Herbert Wolfe Goulds in the Kendall hospital I
while In Gainesville. From Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Htusaclwhite.
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Frick
and children, Lou and Mixtures carriedon
Mary Buddy
are
and Miss Fciclc will go to Jacksonville
Mrs. Dick Gordon
and daughters returned yesterday from ,
amonth's
to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Barbara and Wilma of
,
visit! In Charleston and I .
Lee, parents of Mrs. Frick. Mr. Asheville, N. C., who have been Savannah and other points of interest I hand for
Parman will tour the northern every
visiting Mrs, Cordon's brotherand in Georgia and South Caro
and) eastern fruit markets and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs lina. F
visit relatives in Toledo, Ohio. John Andrew Webb In homestead,
Mrs. Parman and daughters, Phyllis need.
left Tuesday to visit relatives in Mrs. Edw. Brooker was brought
and Ardel, went to Toledo the
Fort Pierce.
home Sunday from the University r
first part of June. 1
hospital where she underwent an
Your is
Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Polk haveas operation' for apP<'lldlciUs two patronage
Archer Smith, son of Dr. and guests for several weeks Mri. weeks ago. She In staying with
Mrs. J. A. Smith of Homestead, Polk's sisters Muses Sue and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hauls for several 1
who Is employed at Pan-American Mary Johnson of Nashville, and weeks. always appreciated.
air base at Coconut Grove, spent her brother, Grover Johnson of
last week-end in Havana,. Cuba.' San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Egbert Smith, who was a I

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Turner' Mrs. Irene Drunnon of Jacksonville speaker Church last at the Friday First evening Presbyterian, wasn Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

and son, Hcrble, and Mrs. Virginia Is visiting her son-in-law guest of llr and Mrs J M Hol- i ;
i Clark will return Monday from and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Wilson ferty during his stay here. On FRANK B.QUE.MGrtII
Baltimore! where they have been Crosby and their infant Saturday lie WAS aocompunicd to I

I c visiting! relatives for two weeks.s daughter, Bessie, In PrmretonW fcity.Urs Hollywood. by Mi and All... Hol- MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER

Mrs. M. D. Jacobnen returned W. E. Rheney and W H Woods II HOMESTEAD. FLA.
Monday from a month's stay i*I are attending the Rainbow DIvI- Edwin MiGniroh and ton
Baltimore and New York City. sion encampment at Mote.nmrv, Pat kit OB Thu'day of lout wwkjto J

Ala. Afterward Mr Rhwry will I visit Ur McGurrahV mother nn_.______ _
Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Ledforsl of ------- -- -- --- -
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birth of a son, Larry Smith, on
July 8. Mrs. Ledford is the former Values New

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Mrs. Elmer &;
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visit with relative et Wayor %s, .
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Mr. and Urs. Raymond lumnj:
are spending a month ii Hondersonvllle. -

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of Augusta, Ga., their two children -
Nell and George!, and Mr REFRIGERATORS and ELECTRIC RANGES
Archer's parents, Mr. sod Mrs
George F. Archer of Key Want,
spent part of Tuesday east Wednesday I
In Homestead with )'fr.1 F LOWEST PRICE IN HIS1VI, YiEasy
and Mrs. Don Archer, anettier son 1
and daughter-in-law of Mr. and SJ170 Terms Special Mo"10
Mrs. George F. Archer They ONLY
were enroute to Key WONt from
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Six =- THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, July 12, 1940n

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Ii n Social ell Events in Sough Dade . .I



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RED WHITE AND BLUE CANDLELIGHT RITES EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY HAS CLUB ELECTS
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IIj 1 The Calendar I MOTHER.U'GHTEB MEETINGA MRS. IIEINLEIN SECRETARY I

I I FEATURE REBEKAH INSTALLATION HERE I WNNN.INNM.N.._1-1......"..,,'''',.... mother-daughter meeting and Mri Herman Heinlein was
12
July
of
-Meeting HomesteadArt
Mi E. S. Caplinger of Home green cellophane capes over white Club at 9:30 in Chamber of covered dish luncheon was held elected recording secretary of the
.te..d.. district deputy president olRcl ,t dresses as they escorted the new Commerce building Friday by the Woman Auxiliary Woman Club ot Homestead at a

,,,kuh*. Installed Mn W. OM.I :I. members to their posts. The entire July 14.-Townsend Club meeting of St. Johns Episcopal Churchat called meeting Monday afternoonIn
!II.'n' noble grand of Liberty Rebek installing ceremony was carried In Neva King Cooper School the home of Mrs Edw. Billing the club house. Mn Heinlein

h lodge at a candlelight sere out in a pink and green color auditorium, at 2:30: m. In Florida City. Mri Silting was was elected to fill the vacancy
mon) Monday night In the I. O I. scheme The officers wore corsages July 19-B. P. W.p C. luncheon assisted as hostess by her daughter < caused by the resignation of Mn.
0 F hall of pink gladioli meeting In Bamboo Tavern at 12 Mri Lee H Lehman. I R. J. Elliott who It unable to attend

Red. white and blue, In obnerv- Other Installing district deputy o'clock. A short business, period was held all the afternoon meetings
once of Independence Day, were officers besides Mrs Caplinger July IS -Social meeting of following the luncheon The next I It was reported that there li
used the halt Baa meeting will be at the home of $113.43 In the building fund of
decorating
in were: Mrs. ,Ethel Culm, marshal Junior Woman Club of Homestead
kels of flowers were placed in the ; Mra Cora Russell, chaplain; Mrs Ralph Xln< hull and candle bra. of red, white I Mrs. Edith Brand, Inside guardian; July 18-Meeting of W. M. S. 3pm. Those present at the meetingwere
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and blue candles were plAced in I Mrs Leila Kantro outside guardIan Circles Mothers and daughters present : Mrs N O Ball Mn 1(.

front tit the officen' chain Mrs. Ethel Vandecar recording I July -Woman's Club sponsored were: Mrs W. J. Clark and Mrs. K. Foulk Mrs H. B. Beattie Mrs
Mrs. Wm. Hastings Mrs R. R.Klnard .
Officer Installed were: Mn. secretary, Mrs Martha Nick- dance with Mrs Joe Hall Richard Huff and Miss Ellen Huff; ,
Carrie McCullougn vice-grand, erson financial secretary! Mrs and Miss Ellen Huff as hostesses Mrs J. A. Hooks and Mri Virginia Mrs Joel J. Robinson,
Mrs O C. Radford, warden Mn, Minnie O W. Calkins, Mrt Joe Hall, Jr.,
King, treasurer; and Mrs July 18-Woman's Club sponsored Walton and Patricia Walton;
I. P McLean conductress, Mrs Barbara Hendry, musician. Mrs dance with Mrs H B. Mrs Wm. Hastings and Sally Mri W. K Haas, Mri H. Ruegg

E. E Bailey, right supporter to the Daisy Chronlster. Mrs Louise Andrews Seattle and Mrs Paul Loaner as I Hastings; Mrs W K. Haat and Mrs A. Cude Mrs W. R. Anderson
noble grand, Mri R W. Mulllni Mn J. F. Hammett and Mrs.
and Mrs Blanche Morris( hostesses I Mist Virginia Haas; Mrs C. P.
V left supporter to the noble grand; also assisted. All were from Coconut July 21-B. P. W. C. district Jackson and Miss Mary Jackson; FELLOWSHIP CLASS HAS
Mis H. B. Beattie, chaplain, Mrs Grove. meeting in Lions Den. Mn. W. L. Vercoe and Mri Lawrence WATERMELON: CUTTINGA
Mollie Wlngate, right supporterto Mrs Andrews, noble grand of Au,. 2.-Meeting of Episcopal Becker; Mrs. Kingman and watermelon
the vice-grand, Mrs R O Moon, Coral Rebekah Lodge; Mrs Cap- Auxiliary: with Mrs Ralph Kin,. Mrs. Frederick Weber of Fort Sill Joyed by- members cutting'was of the Wesley en-
left supporter to the vice-grand linger H. B Beattie and Claus man at 3 clock Okla.; Mn A. H. Singleton. Mrs
Fellowship Class of the Homestead
Mn. Anna Messerimlth Is the retiring Grlnold all gave short talks Au,. I.-Meeting of Neighborhood Helen Hackler,. Mrs. Livingston Methodist Church Tuesday
evening
noble grand Following the meeting, punch Circle with Mri. Reed Mri. James Black, Mrt L. A. Fen- In the .
municipal
The escorts;.Mrs. Harriet Tall and cookies were served Holmes. nell, Dickie and Bobby Huff,. Met. Mill Helen park.
man Mrs Viola Arnold Mrs Mrs McLean, Mrt McCulloughand Au,. S.-Meeting of W. M.. V. Lehman and Mri. Stiling various outdoor Mayconducted.
Kathryn Lather and games.Those
Mn Ode Mrt Messersmith had charge Circles
1 Camber of Coral Rebekah lodge 1 In of the decorations and refreshment Au,. 12.-General meeting of MRS. C. A. AUSTIN SPEAKS present were: Mr. and
Mrs L. C. Dodd, Mrs Julian H.
Coconut Grove wore pink and *. W. M.U. AT W. M MEETING
Webster Misses Antoinette and
Mn C. A. Austin of Miami
--- 1 Helen Moye, Misses Jeanette and
JENNIE LOBDELL CIRCLE Mist Ellen Vann, Mist Mabel Pope, MRS FLORENCE KERCADO spoke on "Missions' at a general Clara Willet, Miss Helen Field,
Gins BENEFIT LUNCH the Rev. J. E. Johnstone B. B. WEDS A. G. BUCK meeting of the Woman Mission t: Mill Nella Saula, Miss Alta Webster .

A benefit luncheon for the Jennie I Fallen. C. E. Bullard, J. Q. Caldwell Mrs Florence Kercado and A. ary Union of the First Baptist : Miss Marjorie Moser Robert
talxlell Circle of the W. M. S E. L. Lawrence, A. E. Smith, G. Buck were married last nightin Church of Homestead Monday In Cast Roy Nelson and Willard
of the Homestead Methodist Benj. W. Morris Wm. McConnell Fort Lauderdale by County the Sunday school building Mrs I Norman.
Church was given Wednesday, I Joe and Jud Plch and Ann and Judge Boyd Anderson Austin It mission study chairman
noon dt the home of Mrs A. M I Catherine ShacklefordNFIGHBORIIOOD'CIRCI. Miss Ovelda Garrett was the for the Miami district W. M. U. REDLAND LADIES' AID MEETS
Logan' with Mrs B. M. Madman bride's attendant. association I WITH !MRS II. J. ARMSTRONG

Mn Joel J. Robinson and Mrs E Mrs Buck Is owner of the Mrs Austin was Introduced by Mrs H. J. Armstrong was hostess
Logan as hostesses I MEETS WITH :AIRS DAVIS Tropical Cafe and Mr. Buck is Mrt A. E. Paul, leader of Circle to the Ladles' Aid of the Red-

Another luncheon will be given Mri Sam J. TJavIs entertained mechanic for Preston B Bird Five which had charge< of the land Community Church at her

In August and still another one In the members of the Redland Motor Co. program. home Wednesday afternoon Following .
September The proceeds> of the Neighborhood Circle at her homeon Mrs, Bert Andrews gave a report a short business session, asocial
luncheons will be used for the on Life Road Monday after- REV. EDITH TAMBLYN of an association meeting in hour was held,

cii'<'lc'* pledge to the local society noon.Mrs.. HONORED ON ANNIVERSARY Fort Lauderdule on June 27. Mrs Those present were: Mri F. ,
Those who attended were: Mn Harold Kendall and Miss, The Rev. Edith Tamblyn of the J. Lee Smith conducted the devo- W. Stillmun, Mrs Anna Messer-

Stanley Wittknp Mrs Bruce Ennls, Margaret Gaby tied for first placeIn Free Methodist Church of Florida tlonalsMri smith Mrs Ceo W. Turner Jr., .
Ain Geo Barnes, Mrs C. D an alphabet travel game Musical City was given a handkerchief N. B. Molkentine of Miami Mrs E J. Moore and Mn Armstrong I

Euker, Mrs A. A. Payne Mrs T I numbers Included a piano solo shower on her birthday anniversary tang several numbers. !
B Giunthum, Mrs Richard Huff by Mrt W. E. Gaby violin solos recently by Mrs Naomi
I by Mrs Kendall and Mrs Davis Dane.
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Mri J. D. Perkins, Mrs. Goo D
Rutlile, Mrs Gco M. Flick, Mrs and a vocal solo by Miss Caby. During the evening various THE DIXIE DRUGJACK
Given Victor, Mrs Gordon E. Dill, Mrs J. P Wright gave a reading< games were played and cake and t

Mrt I 1. P. McLean, Mrs C. Hngler/FREE METHOIBTST SUNDAY ice cream were ser\ed POLK-HOWARD JOHNSON

Rice Mis Julian I!. Webster, Mrs SCHOOL HOLDS PICNIC Members ot the church attended. Phones SO and 9101-Homestead, Fla.

J. D Hedd Mis Carl Anderson Members of the Sunday school J-
i Mr:, Wm. Fox, Mis A. Gudo of the Free Methodist Church ol :JUNIOR HOMviTq CLUB CHOOSE ANT TWO f Riker's I.AIM,

Mi, Virginia Dill, Miss JennieLobiKll I Florida City enjoyed a picnic and TO MEET AT THE DINER
The dinner meeting of the Junior FULL PINTRUBBING PWMJW
Miss Mary Jackson, Miss swim at Matheson Hammock and PETROFOL T
Alti! Webster and Miss Virginia beach July 4. I Woman Club of Homesteadwill ALCOHOL Compound
FrUB 1" Those be held at the Diner at 8 Taneltn, odorless, col-
Naomi Dane attending the Rev.were Edith: Tam Mrs I p. m Monday. All those who are KM PINT M: 31 SOLUTION orleti, Mechanical relief

P. W. C. 1C HOLD blyn, Mrs. Mae Cook Donald 1 unable to attend are asked to for that costly eoseri.
: notify one of the hostesses, Mrs
M'NIIKMEETING:
Stark Stephen Biblj, Jr., Eliza- 100 RiftteSt panon FULL |
TI,,' Homestead Business and I Richard' Huff, Mrs. W. B. Caves. r'
beth Alfreds, Carolyn Margie, REG 79e QT,
Profs "uinal! Women's Club will Wanda and Robert Cook, Genevieve Jr.. or Miss Ellen Huff ASPIRIN
hold It. July luncheon meetingMomljy Cline Irene A party composed ot Mr. and
Merlckel and
it 12 sharp In the Bamboo Jeiedenn Tamblyn. Mrs. Frank Webb, Mr. and Mrs ( BOTH 595BOUQUET
TjvcrnnPTIST I Harry Sihauberger Mr. and Mrs ( i' 98c FOR

A blrthdny dinner was given In :-I. G. Thurman Mr and Mrs J. i t 1 7
OFFICERS honor of Stephen B.ibiJ, Jr. at the L. Burton Mr. and Mrs J. R. VALUE 69C 'eased?
DISCUSS FINANCES home of Mrt Naomi Dane in FlorIda Rutland Frances and Ruth Rut- f.fatt rtODUCn Lz
A committee to seek an assistantto City on Wednesday Covert and, Betty Schauberger and Jane
R. E. Edwards In the finance were laid for: Mr. and Mrs Thurman spent Wednesday fishingon
work of the First Baptist Church Stephen Babl of Miami, the Rev I the keys A fish fry was heldat Delicately ICE CREAM

of Homestead was appointed at acovered Edith Tamblyn Elizabeth Brooks. Tom Harbor In the evening RAMEB Abundant.

dish upper meeting Monday Genevieve Cline, Donald Stark, SOAP soft tither. Made in Our Own
night In the Sunday school Jeredean Tamblyn, Stephen BabiJ
building Captains, team members and Mrs Dane. Store Daily
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of the recent drive to raise $33,000to Of t:1 CAKES FOR
Mr. and Mrs Paul Reynolds and '
construct the new church building t 25c Puretetf Brewers'
their Joe
sons, and Gene, were
as well as other church officers !
attended the meeting dinner. Knoderer guests In of Miami Mr. and Monday Mri JH f aefssror Yeast TABLETS
Apixilnted on the committee
1W Each tablet equals s alt of or.el..rr
were T C. Shackleford, Gordon dinary mom yeast la vitama
Ivey. Harry Schauberger, W. B toniint

Cave and Mr. 'lEdwardi Mr. Abie's Lunch RoomA. ORDERLIES Joe SIZE SI.00 SIZE,
Edwards was elected treasurer at 100 250 .
Chocolate Navortd laxativf.
the beginning of the drive in April. B. CORE, Prop. big family favont
Report a* to the recent pledges (ajautt 50< SIZE PKG. OP tO 39C 77 I,
ME
received' were given. 219 State Highway, ?e.Ner
Those who attended were: Mr. __
South Miami DMD.lotting wa..ol..quIaI*e 7 C
and Mrt. W. T. McConnell Mr. the
lorclinM*. with Theraiyue
and Mrs J. R. Pope; Mr and Mrs Dining Room and IwatwlM* method Hi Coal, w ,1700 75c SIZE
A*'D. Smith Mr. and Mrt Dexter Kitchen eater comfortobleI Theatrical
Horne Mr. and Mm T..D. Piche, Under'saw-vvtslon of \
Alk lot COLD CREAMPage
Mr, and Mr S. 1.. West, Mr: and BOB ,
Mrs G. A. West Mr. and, Mrt J and L'DYSON WITCH HAZEL Ewa fee many ye cton bawl

R. Rutland Mr. and Mrs. J. R Fornwrly.cf JJrysntn Corner! 4ub

Byrum, Mr. and Mrt Earl CraveyMr **<*M $ U1tr'S For minor sprains. In. NOW

and Mrs Frank Mcllwaln, Open JjJJours a Day : BeAUTYPARLOR sect bites. Extra alined. \ .
Mr and Vlrt J. Tom Vann, Mr. J .541CREQ.

and Mrs Caves, Mrt T. T. Bowen, CURBSERVICELuttbe SSc
e )I.... T. E Kirby, Mrt J. C. Vann a c 4Gf e* "
Mrt L. T. Proctor, Mrs Bert Andrews SMdwkhet sad CU I.-.. M
Mn, S. A> Kin*. Mrt. V Drinks aa Pepslar Prime o..eo..awPlea.. ses.w A 3tsai r..e. er.a.. .

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Friday, :July 12, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page; Seven


aoa and Wanda Elinor Peteiaon, hb wife Ib* Ith by of Auruat, 1.4..
both of Miami, Dad* County Florida, willm I Dated till loth day of June 1940.1C
LEGAL NOTICES the lard day of July A. b I IMO at aaaaon N LEATHERMAN.
thereafter aa same can b* heard. cloth Dt Circuit CaaM,
most to on, of th. Circuit Dado County. Florida. CLASSIFIED ADS
MOTlrC OP APPLICATION Court at the $I n uiIIthci I In Circuit Court Real I IFOIt
FOB TAX LIKED and for Dad Florida at Miami By N. 0. ITERRETT D. 0. l
Chapter 174a7 -Acta of l.ll Florida a ttErJ:: aD Ibato., seeker. IJun II, JS, July I, 11 1 40INOTirl
File A.IW7Notic an Order and wthorisMg and dI RATE Tint Insertion lOd a line; subsequent insertion,
I la hereby alma that L. R. (ten.In craning the adoption by said petitlonen 01 Un
holder of SUM and County Tax c.r- the male minor child sow known II OF APPIICATION M *
I tlflcaw. N... 140 batted the tth day ofAuauit William Canis Petarrat and .n order FOR TAX DUD
r t A. D. 1 929. hu filed teame In ny autborialns the name of U said minor, File No. Illta
.,11.., and nae mad application for a to be William Ennis Pearson, Notice la hereby given! that 0 0 Jen.nlnaa. .
t tai deed M be Weed thereon. Bald Certlfl.Mnbraeaa Dated .t 1II1a..1. Dade County. Florida, hobby aa ...Ion.. of cty of Hialeah RENT FOR SALE
sate Ue d ur/bed/ prop. Into lath day of June, A. D. 1940. Ux etrtlflratei Numbered 101)4 and I""WT.
era In the County of Dud., ate, ofFlorida. F!:. f. PETFRgON dated the lit day of Aucuat. A. D, 1147
to-Witt WANDA HJNOB PETERSON has filed Mid ertlflcate In my office, ants SO
FOR RENT leu
acres or good FOR SALE cll-
|Lot .. Block U, North Miami Bilk AARON M. BANNER. haa mad application I for lax deed to Issw Tropical punt.
......, Reeubdn.. Plat Book a.. Pa*. Attorney for Petitioners. thereon. la accordance with law Raid coy. marl toll on Coconut Palm road rut trees and troplcai fruit In
T. in ZIP. County of Dada Slat 01FI.rida. Ito hi".,... Building, titl..... ....bra.. the following d .11104 east of South Allapattah road
n... MNuon Jungle Grove Redland
Idiom[ Florida. propertyitltuated In County. .10. ,
assessment of gold property order IJun II, 29, July I I. t. 19. 11.0\ and Princeton. Right price to road and Plummet drive.
ItJ'l certificate Issued was In the MUM Lot I. Block 4. 16.h Blrwt Lawna, good farmer Sewell Inc
all UnkanwnUnleea NOTICE!: OP APPIlrATIONFll. In the Cit Ih. County of Dada Realty '
Mid eertlfleal shall be redeemed FOR TAX DELD Mate of Florida, M embraced In Cer.llftr.te GOO Ingraham BId,., Miami. FOR SALE-Cornei lot and furntilird .
according U law. the property described Chapter 17.11--A. .1 .n No. 10 M. The assignment of
Ihrnln will ba sold to the highest bidder at A-4011 gold issue: under the geld Certlfl.oat U2IJylZ) house Florid I' 1 II y.
the Court h.UM door .n 110. first McedarIn Notice la hereby alien that Helen t>* was In the nam of Un. 500-J260 cash $25 her, mo:
the month ot August 1940 which II irace. holder of But and County Tan ho..n. FOR RENT-Apartment!. Summer
the .th day .t August. 1940. Certificate No. 10144 Accord the lib day of Lot t. Block 4. 16th Street I awns, 6% interest payable "'mi-annually -
Dated this 18.10 day .t June. IP... June. A. D loss bar filed same In ny In the City of Hlaleah, County lit Dada, rate Benj W. Morris, .
E. II. LEATHERMAN office and baa made acpllratlon for a tax Rut of Florida I a. embraced In CON real
broker
Clerk .t Circuit C.urt. deed to be bailed. theraon Said Cartlflcataenbracra tlfknt No. IOM7 Th. assessment of registered estate House In Florida City $1800-
Dada County. Florida, the following described said property under the .aid Certlfl.
property $350 cash (25!! 6' .
mo
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In the rate Issued Was In the of Un.i per
Circuit Court Real County of Dad. Slat of Florida. nam RENT YOUR HOUbE-turnlstied
By N C STFRRETT, D. C to-wit' known.Uhl. I Uicst payable semi-annu.111t 1I
Hum 81, IS July 6. 12. IU4UINOTlrlt Lot U. Block Olympic Heights, Mid Certiffeatss .h.n be Pilotdeemed or unfurnished. I have year I House In Homestead 000 J.50
a Bub.. Plat "-,kS.to, late: fn the areordlns to I.w. .n drool will I.Pon ., 'round clients Benjamin W. I $2,
OP APPLICATION County of D.d.. State of Florida Abortion o.i the Itth day of July A. D. rauli $25 per mo; FOR TAX DEED; 1.J nMeiitnent of gold property under 1110. Morris, registered real estate i
Chapter 1t17--A.. of 1W told er-rtlfleate its. wa* In tha name Dated this 11th day of i.me. A n. 1040 broker N. Krome next to I I payable ecml-unnualh
File A..on oft !Mr. Nrttl. I),Kid. E. R. LFATHFRM4N ate, W. :Morns
Notice II hereby Five" that Jay Br11bolder Unlna said ..rtlr.....* shall be redeemed Clerk of Circuit Court. Baptist Church. (Jul6tf) Benjamin
of Slat and County Tn C.rtlfl according to law. the property dorrlbedtherein Dada County rhrlda Registered Real Eitatc Broker
IIS Accord the Brit day of August. will be avid the .. Circuit Court Real'
eat No to high t bidder at .
A. 0. 1936, has filed Mm. In my offlra.aad the Court house door on the flat Monday R. N. C. STERRETT. D. C.lJun. WANTED I N. Kionie Ave., Homesi,, ..d
baa mad application for a tan droolto In the month of Auri... 1(141) which .. U. a1. II, July I. 12 1910) ( J\ 19)
ba blued thereon Bald OrtlflcU .m. TUTORING
WANTED
brass the following dncrlbrd property In high
--- - - - --- --- - FOR SALE E be
l t8 loned
tin County of Dada. sate of Florida, to. school and grid school subject must i
wit' See and submit offer fOl I1ICO II-
1W JM ft lot I. Block I F, Ojui aBub Proftcf/on against Cart/titnaitf Mrt H. J. Armstrong, A. B,
.. Plat Book I: Fata (16. In the Plummer drive and Country I room and bath furnished iiiiimo
Count of Pad. Rut .f Florida and garage In Homestead Large
Tae ass m..' of gold property under ZAN-Z-UC SUPER Club road.
SPAR..VARNISH.
the said certificate wait In the name oft palms and fruit treei Eleanor

1. one" }troecher Overseas Highway at
hall be redarmedaeeordlaa MISCELLANEOUS
Unless:Mid to law certificate. the property deacribed For let than half a dollar,you eaa give Florida City, Phone !526-J.

therein will ba raid to the W h-t aidde.1 the average table top a protective coat ofBvPtavSrAH : CHILDREN given mother I (Jyl-12)!
care
.. .... Court house door on the flat Mon.lay "
Vxiurm iraralah{ that -
of which e home. Moderate
I. the month Aumut 1U41I : good rates by
to the bill day of August 1B40 give a platetteia nniah and can actually ., I Lola .....11 to '.. Block in. North
Tune day or week Mn Naomi Dane Miami Hlnhland.a Flat IS
book ,
.Dead this 26th day 1940- I lax
E. B. LEATH"RIIA". sand S hours of belllag !11 tt/t J| Free Methodist parsonage Flor. 7. In the County of Dad*. State of
Clerk of Circuit Court, prawn against alcohol Florid.. aa en'braced In Certificate No.,
>>.d. County. FloridaCircuit alkalia fruit ida City (pjI2) III The aaeeaimenl of gold propertyunder
adds
Court Seal tAd hot the said Certificate issued was
by N. C. ITERRETT. D. C. 1r"T f IfllTi In the name oft Unknown
(Juno 18. July I. U. 19 1940)NOTICR ) LEGAL NOTICE Lots I to 86. Block II. North Miami
; Hlihland.. Plat Book il Page 7. In
!: Of APPLICATIONFOR Breaker Lumber Co. PL5I the County of Dad. Slate of Florida.
TAX DEED .- NOTICC!: OP APPLICATIONFOR aa embraced In Certificate No. Ill,
Chapter 17447-Acta of 1MB TAX DEED The assessment of gold property under
File A.IvIlS t r Homestead I, Fla. Phone n aTTRrP Chapter 1"11- .Art* of lOJI the Mid certificate blued was In the
Notion U hereby liven that L. B. Stan File A-l..* name out UnkmwnLota .
In. holder of But and County Ta Cartl '\. Notice la hereby aiven that L. B. Sun. I and t. block 29 North Miami
tI.... Ho 1264 Issued the 7th day of Awuat -v.; ; cy. holder of state and County Tai Lertlliat Highlands. Plat Hook 11. Pane In
A. D. 1988 Iou filed. same In my office, No. 111 Issued the Mb day if August, the county of Dale state of rlorlla.
and .. deed A. D. 1111. loll filed same In my office .. embraced In -.rtlllu' No ;I..
to ... Wadthereon.. Raid Certiflrat0 embrace and h. made application for a ax dad The ......m.nl of mid proper' ""dr.
the following described property lathe to b* issued therein Said Certificate ..miracea the cad CrrtHlrato blued was ,in the
County of Dad, gut of Florida, to. FOR the following dearrlbed" memo of! Unknown.
"" QUICK WRECKER SERVICE the County of bad, Dial of l'loriday Lots 4 t* 11. Hlock 22. North Miami
'Lota I* to I.. Blk il North Miami wit H.hl.nda. Plat Hook 28 Pan 7 la
Highlands, a Rcaub, Plat Book 8S, AND EXPERT AUTO REPAIRS Lots I to 7. Rlk. !O, No. MI.mlllloh. the County of Dade. Riot ot Flu Ida.
Pair 7 Section. 7.9. Township 6J lands. a RHub.. Plat Honk 2A. Voice aa embraced In Lertlflcat No ::IIh.
South knows 41 Fart: In the tknintyof 7. In the l.u.'I' or D.d. Sate of aaaeaamrnt of Bald pn.prrty i r
Dadr Slat of Florida Flolda. the DAN Certificate issued a., ,::. ;the .
The aueaiment of amid property under PHONE 561RSAM'S The a..wm.nt of said property under name oft Unknown ,
the said eertlflcat. bn d was In the name the Said certificate blued was the name Lots I*.17 to 11. Block I J. N rlh
oft Harry W. Glelow .r: Edward f' Nye". Miami Highlands. Plot Dk 't 'I....
U.I.... Mid certificate shall ba redeemed tlnlr. ..id ...tlfI,." shell be redeemed 7. In the r Dad. Sm., ..f
according to law the property ......Ibed GZSRHGE according to law, the priperty dwrrlhed Murliln. aa emhnro4 In (.,'It I. nt,. N"
thareln will ... add to the /.n/7".bll'lrrd.'i I herein will b* cold to the hlllheit! bidder athe 71 e. Die nonalignment. of sold i"roo"i,. "r
the Court house door on the I nurt house door on the Monday under the gold .."Irh.at* I.."ird "".
In the month of August. 1040 Whiffs la I III rh. month of August. "fin which 10th. In the name 0" Unknown
Or 6th day .I August, 1..0. SAM ALEXANDER Prop l rlh day of August I.... Lou, 111 x-k !2. North M"'I'
Voted this 18th day ot J"n. 1940 Dated thla ISlh day of J me, 104.1K. Highland.. Plat Book n. P.,.. In
E. H. LEATHERMAN Avocado Drive and Old Dixie Highway R. UATHIIIII\IAN. the Count of Dade. Stale nf II .d laaa .
Clerk 01 Circuit Court, Clerk of llrcult Court emhra.W In Cert/orate N. 1 ;
D.d. County. Florida.Circuit FIRE OIL PRODUCTS Dad. County. fkrlda Th. aaaeaiment or laid property' o. I".r
Court BealBy I Circuit Court Real the said Certificate l Issued l w. I 10 he
N. C. STERRFTT D. CNOTICE Hy N. (t UTERRFTT. D. C. name oft Unkmwn
//Ju. 21. 29. July .. 12. I"UI June 21. 29 July .. III 10401bOTiII Lou I to 111. Block 21 N"rlh M..".mlHlthinda
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Plat Book if Pane 'n
FOR or APP""AT'O" the County of Hide. State "f I LIo. .
ADOPTION OP APPIICATION OP MINOR CHI"JJKBOK I- .. .... .... ''' : 9040 TAX "ItU' a. aced In Certiflcat No 1u
In re ADOPTION OF WILLIAM ENN18 II Chaiter 17' 7- Art. of IISI ,:aneMittent of laid prop.rt> ,I.'r
PETERSON Minor Child. *"T. I I. It S. AKERSDENTIST rile No. AIIW4 the seed Certiflcat' 'l..ued ... I" ticname
PETERsnN and WANDA ELINOR DIt Native la hereby liven that L. B. Stanley of, UnknownUnlaM .
PIITF.RSON. DR. 11 T. A. BERGER ) holder of BI...> and County Tai t.r. said certificate shall ... rnlremedacoordlhv
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN A Iflratei No 707, log 709. 710' 711 711II to law the rlbrd!
Notice 10 hereby given that E. T. Pear. : 714. 71t 714. 714 and lit, issue the therein .lll W old li the hiyhvt w liter at
Ith day of A t ill, A I). IMI has filed the Court home door n. the fleet I M.nday
..me In my office, and hal made appllca- I In the month "' A in,..,. 104. ..h..h I*
Office Hours: S a. m. to I p. ....: lion for a ax deed to be lieucd tMnua.said the bill lay ..f AUIU.I III" .
Dentist : Cert'(IraM embrace the following da.icrlbed Dated thin lath lay ..I J"n.. 191'
Sundays: > to 1} property. In the County of E. II I.FATHrRMAN. .
NEWT. G. BALLNOTARY ,. Slat of rl rlda. *>wlttLota Clerk "r t'Ir.i.II ""..,
Closed Saturdays 1 to U Block IK North Dada. C.'unty. Florida
Highlands, a bdn.. Flat Hook Pod"1 Circuit Court Heal
Office Hours 8:304:30First : Par. 7. In the county of Dade 8. By lJ C STKRRrTT O c. t
PUBLIC : Free Parking: Space of Fl *rlda. .. embraced In Cortltl, (IJu. U, I. 12 19401
No. '07. The waumcnt of said
1764 N. W S6TII ST., MIAMI errs under the Said Certificate Issued I'd. Tint rOI'NT'f II'Vt.I'1I IOI'HT I'll.
National Bank was In the naiao oft Unknown AND FUR DAIIE i'te) "Ti' 'IIKIIIA.
Fire Insurance and i PHONE t-tlJl ,.... Ito IB North Miami I IN PRllinTKNo .
11,0111:1.k. .
Ilia-bland : Plat Bank lli..
Btuiding IlI'I'If! !a ? ,, ..111"t"Ithl" "I' 'Ita'' :'':'. Pane 7, In the (ounty;of Itade fttate;,: I I In Re: rBTATV' OP JAMFS MMAIIhl .
Kindred Line rl bads, a. embraced In enlflcal. .f\ DeceaMdMITirK
701. The a.' "o..nt of said rnpcrtyIflvhland. TO {RFfilTllltll ,
,mdrr the .. .1atrat@ tested was In I I To All Creditors All I'.none ll.d.. !
Open
Evenings tr API ointment the n.m. ".r .known.lit Claims or Deman Aaalnit 8.1.1'MI I 1..o.. : ,
W,10 WOULD 15 'n III., 'G. North Miami I You, and each of > >u. an her,I.. J
35 N. Kromeve.. I .. a iluhdr'At II..... 2SP. and requln 1 to preaent any 1 IH,: ad j jI
1
tltew it ... 7. ,In V.. Ca'of Da.,.le. *... demands : i or elth r > .nay
--J ,...; a ail .rtHi.rt.N I hare again I Jot. ;ale of M )t
o.r lea I.d.t. aeaai ,td prop.rt ley' decaa lat D* en : xis, ,
--- matter Hid .l. blued lo the lion: W 'I U ,t' ,:',It Iu194,
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I ,' '. ,
th l
Dad C she him
The pupil cf the human eye becomes w i thl ne ( "wn. I 1 untynd : .o lob
Be sure thai your eves are an f 29 to '. Vie North Miami it In the County Curth .i 'n ,
smaller II' re. Morel'rh 1 ilandi. il.hPI... Book 11K ty. Fl rlda' wkli" .Lhjtilhi I, titter
C. J. BROW CO. coo M your brake*--have them la therefore veer for rea<111L as .. 7. In Co CJ' 'f Dad. sate front the i' .f th. ft,", .""....
.. Florida, en"I'raced In Certificate 'I..n, hereof laid '.... .11 I- ",,1s a
ten, 4 :M Iraat once each year one grown older No. 710 Ti I any "tent of aald pronrv .r' i the 'legal' ..... of the .lom.nt
nnHer ... Certificate touedla a br sworn .. ant, .roseatad a- ..t.....
C to the 'J
Radio Is t aa the .... Unknownixiu he ... 8nr 't rote
w "ine
/ P. AR TIER T.
Refrigeration Scrvici folks who pr I er. to rea-4 ,J I t* 4. Ml Narth Miami 1i. lhml'a.1"Psa0 ..
I Highland.. a a' hd.aoPI Book 16, Dated Ju" ..
AND SOI much IMP It I. ;rut-d.. u 11".1i. : tit
I i trn County of Dade Said
the eyes aa W(. ia a .,)urce of: "w/,.: embraced In Certificate, AI Administns. s.Jara ... .
E. drical Consult Optomet .1' Nn 71' tad _"iynt "f said prop.irty M. i: 1. r. ..r '
pic ure MA wiUrtalnment It ,r the 'a Certlflcata located. Pint ublloalloo.. "n J.. 19.'
ContrTtingrCAE3B1DQ. I !'I W. acler' S Miami, tla your .
'Ir, give US I II.J1-W ir Ice ALL - ,1

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Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday July 12, 1940rN

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In Kendall hospital =11111I11111111I It(II I III III 11I11 II! 111111""1I1II1II11I1i iI lllUlllI I IIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillllllllllliIlllllilllllllllllill{ {ilIIIIIlI 11'
I attention since birth was brought
AND AROUND home Sunday, but his twin sister
HOMESTEAD WM kept |**re for further ob-
......".......-....-- servaM-n.Irene .
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turned to Coral Cables with Mrs. Merlckel of Miami spent
Abraham for a abort visit. several ClIne. days with Genevieve

Tomaacl left Tuesday a
Sam on
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Irwin of! =
Cape Sable are announcing the business trip to Jacksonville. Fresh Georgia Freestone Piibbury's BestFlour
birth, of and one-hal
a seven I ,
Mrs. Ray Goodlng and son Cur-
pound boy, Kay Ashley. In the Mrs. Inez Odom and I
tis and
Post Graduate hospital Friday. 'daughter left Friday for a visit I Peaches ">. 5c SJt 24c
with relatives In Bassenger Fla.
Mn. James L. Bird and Miss =
Pearl Whitaker are spending the Moss Sever and daughters the == Maxwell House Greenwich Pure Red BannerPeaches' '
week-end at Tampa. Misses Mosley and Melba, movedto
Homestead last week. Coffee Preserves20oz.jar..22c 91
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hardy and 1 I
children James and Jennie, returned Guests at the home of Mri. M.

Friday. from Charleston S. C., lira Silverman, Sam Silverman Sunday were and:ion Mr.Ronnie and- Ilk u. .. .. 23c No. 2'/ can .. 14c i

Mr. and Mri. Eddie Silver
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Fresh Fla. PackedSugar
Osceola
Factory My-T-Finc
Mrs. O. Topping of Miami pent man-all of 'lIaml-and Myer Sil-
Saturday at her grove home on verman of Coconut Grove. LA DESSERTS !
i
Silver Palm drive In Redland. GGSw COFFEE

. . Pkz. _. 5c
Miss Nina Bullurd returned last Doz. .29c 5 lbs. ..25 week from a visit with relativesin _
Camilla Ga.
OLYMPIATHEATRE Oriole Sweet 1C SALE

i Homestead Mr. and Mrs.announce Elmer the Cannon birth of of I! ZO _. ... _.15 CORNWES !

a raven and one-half pound boy PEASNo.2can..l7c FIG BRAN ___.01 _
Elmer, Jr., In the Kendall Hospitalon =

July 2. MIAMI BOTII pkgs.. 14cA I
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Mr. and Mn. Barney Bishop (25e till 1 p. m.i ass till a p.m.;
and daughter, Lillian of Fort Lauderdale fee Evenings) NEW VEGETABLE MIRACLE WHIPSalad _
visited friend In Redland SHORTENINGCREAMS
Friday Dna Monday
Sunday. July 13, 13. 14, 15 DrEssill1

Mr. and Mn. Carl Thomas, Mr. Bob Hope Paulette Goddard i Tex

and Mrs. E. ,Uhlroon and, Mrs. 1a ..Qts. ..,_ .. .._u_ _... ..--29c
I Adalla Thomas all of Miami weredinner EASILY =
'. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
1- K Haas Sunday. "THE GHOSTBREAKERS" I FANCY
I 3CCAA.I39Royal c
.; Mrs. N. VanGeldren of Goulds RICE 5 Ibs. 21c:
11 .. I
left Monday for a visit In Roanokeand with = Arms G. B.
other points In Virginia.FLORIDA !1
--,'".'".............,--,..._.'".........,.. Paul Lukas MAXWELL HOUSE
Anthony Quinn I I CopnNo.
CITYBy .
Mrs. W W. Severy.IIINIIIMNIIINNMNNNNNIINNNNINNINMIINNLY Tuesday and WednesdayJuly j TEa / lb. 25cl
IS, IT I:5 303 can

Mr. and Mn. D. Owens of Charles Coburn. Virgins Grey, ; 2 for 19c FREE-ONE TEA GLASS
Jacksonville who with their Billie Burke BemUh Bond 11In
daughters had been visiting at the I
homes of Mr.and Mri. R. B. Chan- I:jj DRY BABY LIMA
dler and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chan- "THE CAPTAINIS 11 CHOICE MEATS
dler, returned home
Saturday.
I P "'01 SAI/CfS ANO CMVIfS USE CAIWATION IIIIL"" 2
Mrs Harry Dcgler has been ill A LADY" 11 Beans ......"......................"............................"v..v"vv"vv ==
at her hum here this week.

Mr and Mrs.:-Donald; Sullivan Start Thursday 11| 3 Ibs. __ __ 19c =
and children moved Into their Margaret Sullivan Junes OiEO
new home on Awes avenue lat>t Stewart Robert Young-, := GOLD CRAFT Ib. 18c
week. Tg[ Frank MorganIn I 1 PEANUT BUTTER ,
Mrs S. S. Shields Is reported 1 Demonstration SaturdayGOOD =
as slightly Improved In health | 2 lb. jar 25c ___ ______ ________ ____________ 3
this week. 'THE MORTAL
= NEW COBBLER JH
Mrs. Tom Llndaey and her STORM"

are daughters visiting Martha at the Ann home and of Jean Mr. withIrene I;.=| Irish Potatoes Sirloin or T-Bone Steaks ft. 27 i

stead.and Mrs. W. E. Rheney 40 in Home Robert Rich Stack jlOlbs. 23c

The infant ion of Mr and Mrs. I . . Fresh, CrispLettuce SELECTED. STANDING .., 5
Tom Cohernour who has been I I. I/1
| PRIME RIB ROAST, lb. 29c ;


;; Lam Heads 4*
1 2 for .25C49C FRESH SHIPMENT 3

ATTENTIONDADE Country Roll Butter, lb. 33c |


COUNTY 31b$ BONED AND ROLLED: S

lt[ VEAL ROAST lb. 29C1rtCSH.
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Vegetable GrowersOur "

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DELICIOUS

COTTAGE CHEESE lb. 20c !
Southeastern divisional office at Kendall i- e t

Florida will remain open throughoutthe ]DEXTER S
summer for the benefit of tho* grower lb.21
who might be interested in discussing with '1- : Sliced B. Bacon C |

J. us their 1940-1941 marketing problems. :'\

i JTIANKJJV8 FRESH KILt..its '=
| RINSO large _2St

Pay Us A Visit =' medium.?-__ 9e I Broilers .":Avg5C I

AMERICAN FRUIT GROWERS INC. = LUX FLAKES, Ijr.._...23c
| nivdinm ___ 9c GEORGIA SMOKED

Eo w.UNS. J. 0. WELSH IIllvt.ip I-| LIFEBOY SOAP _7c : l1lb.17cl

f Msragee. e. Salt Staaater 1 LUX TOILET SOAP, 7c =

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