The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00288
 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 19, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00288
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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1)s I Drum and Bugle Corps Is Organized I imr FOR DETECTING BLAZES

To Augment Local High School Band

A drum ,md bugle corps, -\\hnh-;urged; boys interested In joining [ EL BE CONSTRUCTED SOONBYSTATEFORESTRYSERVICE '

will serve f> a supplement to tU I the organization to attend a meeting '
band of the Homestead II g > to be held at 11.30: ( a. m. Tuest

School, was organized at the schoolSaturday I day at the school A small fr|$ I
rooming with a ch..itir will be charged each member to
membership of eleven bojs I defray Mr. Marlor't transportation -

The corps was formed as a WPA expenses. Drums and bugles i
project and will be directed by may be purchased at moderate I THE WEATHEll (Grove, Timber l in Uar'm.: .

Walter Marlor, who has charge ol prices on convenient term, the director 1 -- of 16 Miles to Get
the school's summer band Instruction -: laid official _th.. r poi! of lh. 8ublroplf
HomMtod Protection
Experiment Station
I Regular meetings of the
DM* !M .!MIHI B'r. Rain
Mr. Marlor said that a full corps will be held each Wednesday from July 12 80 71 30111

should consist of 14 players IIndHOSPITAL'VORK (:.30 a. m. to 12:30: p. m. July 13 .. ,. 1 91 I 71 30,131 010 PROJECTS CONTRACTS

July 14 ... ._ 1 91 I 74 I I IJuly I G N E J) BY COUNTY

Roberts Urges ReportsOn 13.. ] 91 I 73 I I
for July 16 on no I I 91 I 70 |,,30.121July | Observation Structure
Un-American Acts 17 'i 92 I 69 |S007I
I .. 0.31 to Cut Losses in
July 18 I I 172 130,12j|
REPORT IS GIVENO.K.BVCOUNCIL Declaring that there are enemiesto Area, ViewA

the "democratic way of life" In

area this community, Mason Roberts B.P.W.C.CLUI5SMEET fire tower lot the protection
chairman of the local branch of of groves and Umbtilar.d will !be

I the Committee to Defend America, erected in the Redlaud D strict b>
1 laid yesterday that "It is the duty IN SILVER the state forest service.
night To date a total of $5.89628 has I
of every citizen loyal to his country This was announced yesterday
plant been paid out In the constructionof
I' to report any un-American actlvltlea. following a conference her intwcen
the new James Archer Smith ." PALM\ SUNDAY B. F tUrrj forester of On

hospital and 18(13.38( has been expended -I'I "It Is unfortunate that we have trict No.5. and Mann Roberta

the on equipment for the Insti- these enemies about us," he said. head of the county fire uuitroi'

; ad- tution, according to the report of "Nevertheless, the fact remains Business and Professional unit In Redland
sug- that they are here, and we must Women's Club members from The Florida board cf forestry
J. L. Burton, treasurer of the hos-
lime combat them with every mean Lake Worth aouth will be ,entertained governing body of U.j. Florida! for
pital building committee, submit- possible. Iill neither the desire
an- Homestead B. P W.
avo ted to the tlty council at a meetIng nor the purpose of the committee by author-ized I
c. at a luncheon featuring local
the Monday night. to embarrass sincere American a contract between the county inn
l'U com- A total of $2,696.89 remains In Therefore, we should move cautiously products in the Lions Den Sunday.To state has been signed, Mr Harm
in the fight; we must stay call attention to the district's said No definite location lot the
was the equipment fund and $997.09 within, the law and maintain regard lime Industry the club will serve! tower or date for its erection rim
fund, the
remains in the building
for Individual rights I been set but these items will be
limeade to the visitors when they
report stated Persons having Information for :decided upon in the Mar futun
The council voted approval of i arrive, use lime place cards and .
The the committee may address their l he said.The
the report and a letter of thanksto I communications to1: Investigating dedication tag and serve lime !I tower, to be 80 feel huzli ,ind

Mr. Burton. Committee Box 644 Homestead pt' us dessert Parman-Lehman constructed of steel, will beri
: :: addi The fiscal report of the local library i Fla. All Information will be i Packing Company is donating 1 lar to approximately 90 ether i iat.
Mrs. J.
was received from treated confidentially, Mr Roberts i file detecting units throughout tin
E, Gauzens, librailan. The report 1 limes for the I :icadc. I .
laid :state It will be the only '"I i
showed a total of 23,963 books i Chickens ann vegetable used I south and east of Sara'Ota .,lIt it!

were loaned and 927 new books will be home grown. 1 The tuwer Mr Hams
were acquired during the year. SIMMONS FANS Even the favors will be home- be manned during daylight 'h, ."
Money received by the library Included -
made-fans made from various and from it fires or smoke ones if
$42388 In fines and rental small native palms.As detected within 4 radius ol 16

receipts, a $300 appropriation from 14 AS PERRINE a parting bit of hospitality miles Included <.n Its equipment
a the Dude County board of commissioners
Mr. and Mrs Joseph DuMond will will bo a range-finder whit will
flOO $100 donated by the entertain the visiting buciiieu and enible the man .n charge t II: ri>'
Homestead Woman's Club and BEATS HORNE 6-2
the i a. professional women at Monkey termlne within a relatively ,riar
at $3 refund check. Money expended Jungle after the meeting I i i* location of the b.t7':
Fed including purchases of new The principal speaker of the day Operation of the tower will i rre-
,books and equipment and salaryof A sudden spurt In the eighth Inning I will be Mary Esarey, West Palm it thousands of dollars w i'h oti
the librarian, totaled $842.22, when five men eroded home
Beach attorney and p lots in this area ye.iny, Mr
the the report laid Balance on handon plate gave Perrlne a tt'2 victory
I I the national legislative steering I Morris said. Discovery cf ';PA
1 $91.S3. Balance over the W. D. Horne Company
Red- July was on I committee, who will tell of the soon after they have started and
the hand July I, 1939 was $106.89. team, half-season champions, Wed- legislative accomplishment and "1,,, immediate dispatch of fire ,
con- On recommendation of W. R. nesday night the national federation.
alms of
to the scene will serve ton
the Bird, library committeeman, the Until the barn parade startedthe I! Mrs. Julius J. Thomas of Laki ,event many widespread uinflagrations
stood jt all. Horn
council re-appointed A. R. Livingston score one will
Worth, district president pre ) he pointed out. Mirny
and and William Musselwhite, scored first during the Initial inning I side. Other speaker will be Past fires have gotten "out of hand'
a members ot the library board, to and Pi'rrin', evened matter State President Vina Betterley, and caused huge damage txuiute

: from five-year and one-year terms, respectively when Leggett, catcher, stole home I Dr. Adele Hampton state chair- they gained too great a 'idwny
mole Its other
the In the sixth.
man of International relations, and before they were discovered Mr
tally in the ninth. 1 State Treasurer Charlotte Varena. Robert said.
Simmons, Perrlne > ocher, who, I Ia
I i Mrs Juliette A. Southard will give '
Mr. Harris, who live at 'ilicland '
,, ... .
last week tar "d 12 ;i during a
Most few h 'jhU on parliamentaryconduc wa accompanied! here i/ L
Important game with b>' oker still had the
I I He 'n meeting Scroggln, acting director of
old working to perfection.
ment, Pastor Holds struck out 14 Hornemen. Cave, president Mrs. Ben, will Archer make,the Homestead welcoming state forests and park

hit opponent on the mound\ fanned
speech, sand M's! Ann Lee,
DeLand Airplane Firm'
best! and following the best. l five.Only Hom's'ea'l uublic relations chairman -
educational 12 ban hits were made will-lead In the flag salute.F Plans to Build Motors
Without a during the ga.ne and they were)
tub I scheduled -
president *
& A, program we soon b, ,ome lopsided evenly divided. Each team was, Deland, July 18:-(I, 3) a 1.*
In and begin to stagr The world credited i with two error ti\j, a on Babcock Airplane Corporation r.,
a'mfrr the
h i new
z ,>r Is staggering today .ff bal+nce- Perrine lost to r"oker by a j; year. cently pun seed all a w-j ,

,; it because of the lack of character sCore of 7 to 3 Monday: night. IT .1 I VET8- -DECREE- ; Rover Airc.it Moor : Di .t,

< U education. Too many keen minds lame was tied thm-all at th PIli! Ohio, and plans to begin tne induction

and weak character of the fourth Inning when ft nine ''* 13.-Mrs. J. O. of airplane ant,' >rs (0' ,U

Only character training some mad Its three ruru. Brookr I 1'> artiest4\ resident, cornier new plant her by Aug. 15, ,!fI-
children and young people get Is wade four runs IK the eighth. dale announced laat 'eek.
un'"idjate work at
one hour per Y',*X in Sunday Simmons struck out six men and ., The recent purchase included sail
ehool, and we expect this one walked two, whit Fuchs, hurling V- I this week engineering data, master dra ,< 'If,

with .,"ur to support the Intellectual for Brooker, fanned two anj four- --'enc deII'MIW' tool, machinery and a large ,:Uick
i.n1 material tralnln,'of the rest balled tkTM.nty 't. "-"'fd.t the surer of unfinished! engines of the Rovrforganliatloa.
us '
of the week, or 107 h little of the game tha- Mi August 18 The total vaJu */
acter training shout an tint wer second summer *e*. stock and ruttrlal InelJdml !.
I most home nd/C 001 sir the deal wa $""$ .OQa., It was announced
*.' A at p a'it + ass art by Pnsideol Fred L. tier
L I childrenCoatis certUirsdf ter of the Babcock Alrr' n. Corp

and ( irtlon. oraUon.M .

* M Ul d

.. Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. July 19.1940 1
the United States supreme court', mendou challenge today Will .

FIIA PAYMENTS] DIAMONDBALLContinued KOESTLINEContinued can b* used in our public school we heed the warnings of our dayor Ji

I educational system (Based on will we ignore them?

from Page One) first amendment to our Constitu-
MINIAIUM,10 I % ( from Pale One) 6
poled out a twobagger.No tion, the court held that the law
errors were recorded against! their reading matter. Too much is for the benefit of the pupil and 4

OF HOME COSTBecause 'either team. salacious literature on our news not the school and to safeguardthe .
welfare) "HaU off
I The scores: itandi. Also an over- mpha>li of
to Georgia. .1h0 I,
WRDNISDAY NIC.RTHerne texualltlei on the screen. The
of the general confusion As It ilK PO A RMistretta The foundations of our civiliza-
and misunderstanding which arises It. 'I 0bleb' world li presenting In Its highly tion are crumbling world-wide

in many cases over the problem in Oinhlr... .W rf .. "I 0 e e I I psychological methods today, muchof WHY? Built on "sand" insteadof

getting a mortgage for a new Smith. 2b, ..... ., 0 1 1Reward. the cheap, gaudy and insidious "rock". Built with little or no
.. IkYoun .. I e I
home, M. M. Parrlsh, FHA state if ..... ..... e side of life at the expense of the stress on character education. J
director, offers a clear and simple Caw., r ._: ..._ i ea higher and finer traits of character Character education was empha-
: :::;._..
inedo. rl 1bailers. I and of our people sized for time and that
explanation of the FHA insured i ....: ..... 1 many young I during
mortgage plan. Anderson Ib.. .. I 0 I are unable to differentiate be- lime civilization wag on the ascendancy r I

"What does the FHA plan mean? Total. ... ..............- -1 -t -I 1 tween the good and the bad, because but we have become so'Intelligent" 1 I
of the lack of character "'
How does it operate? What does so "proficient"In A
PirrlM AS R I1H PO A E: education In much of our educa- educational
it cost? These questions which are Lrar- t. e ..,............ I I I I our system today II
constantly being asked," Mr. Par- t. KII_, tb ........ I 1 1Llad" tional system that we have crowded out the IJ
.... Ib ............ I 0 0 We In clean- BEST and the most needful- What
rlsh said. "The FHA insured mortgage Gnomon, M _...... I e are scrupulous our
plan Is a method whereby an B. Hlllon, Sb. ........ I 0 1 liness of body, but how about which is character education.Our ,, f
Grew, af ..... ........ 0 0
character? We stress hygiene ed- nation is mad today
bank gambling
individual apply to a or .48 -
"r......, If .. .. .. 0 0 I
other financial institution ap- Hobson. of .......... .... 0 e ucation and home economics and Why? Lack of character ed- Telephone V
proved by the federal housing ad- Martin. rf .... .... .. I I I physical education while little, If jcation. The gambling heads are t
Simmons, p .......?.... 1 I .
ministration for financial assistance any, emphasis Is placed on character. brains without character. Unscrupulous J
in the building of a home. Total. .. .. ...._ What is the necessary Inference liquor dealers are Dollars Do I

This assistance is In the form of a 1..1.10I" / 4 1 1 1 e in the child as he sees this trains without character. Writers a

construction loan from the bank, Rome ... ..... 1 0 e e eo. 0 I contrast in our educational set-up' of much fiction are brains with- a
together with a permanent mortgage Pmlne .. e 0 0 o I e ssummarys e We must remember that life is out character. Why corrupt politics For Dixie *

up to 20 to 25 years. The Salon l bawe, tnrntt B. Hit. more than meat and drink and ? Brains without character. ,
Is to the bankin ."n, : base o. ball., off Simmons e, off attempting to satisfy the lusts of Etc. etc.
mortgage repayable c.... ft struck out br Simmons 14, by etc I
monthly payment over a corresponding C.... 11 winning pitcher. 8110"0.1 losing the flesh. Our educational system was '
pluhcr Ca...1 umpire. Sincee and R.1o'' Pint tm your mind perluti du (
period. ........ L.cett: stole home In sixth to tie, The church li the greatest char- Drought into being and cradled by telephone. indnitr ', principal ,
"Thus it can be seen that the the ...... I acter building agency In the world the church, but It seems today as contribution Ie tetheSonta; quick J

individual purchaser of a home MONDAY NIGHT I and yet a neglected agency by though the system Is! trying to dependable communication I
with bank and Breaker .. AS R BH PO A I We'spend much time and
deals entirely his many. separate itself from the Influenceof
W,nn. of. .... ........ I 1 But Sootier. Bell b ale t.. 1O
not with the federal housing administration on the home and furnish- it* parent. The trouble lies directly -
Barrow. w ,_. ... .. S I 0 money portent as a eitfaeo, aa m _
or the federal govern Rut, tb. ... 4 I 0 ings but forget the church: Chil- within the leaders of the player ef people. M a payer ..
ment. The federal housing administration C. Bulllvan a 1 I dren must be on time in public system rather than in the system l
/ Sb ....... 4 0 I UM, M a purchaser MI*
simply approves or disapproves Brookor.'Tb _... I 0 0 school but not so Important In it can not rise higher than its liaJa. In 1\1139\ aloM, .pontiac 6r 5j
Wlttkop. of ........ ..... 4 I I school amounted
which the school Public t* apprai
the application Sunday leadership.We xpeuei
rnnli, ...._._.___ d 0 I
bank submits to it for insurance "h.nerd, rf _._.?... t 0 0Horn. equipment must be of the best but are confronted by a treEXPERT stately 6lry.a. millsn doilnol I
loss ., rf ____00' 0 0Fuh. anything will do for Sunday BM Including eddltloeU miffiau ,
against ., ......._. ....
p used for Mnitractloi.
"The first thing which the ,, school. Must train teachers for new v iTo I t
prospective Totals _._.__._ I IP.nl. public school but Sunday school build operate ud. DulnUlri,
home owner must consider : :J this aces requires more thiuitmntrOD
is the type of home to be AB 11 DR po A I not so Important.Who 1
thousand tiQled work.
L.r..it, I 0 0 ]]
built Obviously it should be constructed Lindens, H ... ._ 4 1 I gave us the best In music, n vhoM annual payroll I* approximately -
to meet the particular B. Hilion, Sb ._.?..._ I 1 1 art, poetry literature, etc.? The t............................nT'f"Ynn thirty million 40D_' 1
Dft.. MIkmmin ....... ...... d I I
? Because of the
needs in order to provide satisfactory of. ........ 4 0 I church. WHY Th.M telephone" urea end _'
comfort for himself and Campbell, 2b ... 4 0 I I BIBLE. Yet many refuse its use en contribute to the bulme and
If ........ 0 0
Blltllo/ Greatest char-
family, Such things a* location, Hagen, .1 e e 1 In public octal welfare of their commnnl-1 1

materials, size and style are there Blnunona, p .. .. ....! ..! ...! acter text book Is the Bible, and des and of the South They sad. I

fore of prime importance. Totals _. ...... 1 according to opinions rendered by their families compose a group',
of perhaps eighty thousand peo>
'The question of cqtt and the In.lnl'lI' a I I e 1 e 0 BARBERING pie who art dependent m this
ability to meet the required Bra.ker .. 1 d 0 t 0 0 4Perrino 0 man i bu on balk oft Simmons 1. oil business tot their llrelibood.
,_ ._ O. 0/ e 0 0 0 esum.narri riKhi Si struck out. b. glmmom *, br'uchi j
monthly payment during the en- Two bow hit.. D..., Oou. 41 I iimplrM. Retrftart and SinrBIRD'S .. As l tu.piyol. the Southern ,
tire period of the mortgage then Bell does much toward the tap
arises Before consulting with the I HAIRCUT ...... 40c port of the local, Mite and national I

bank on this matter It I I. advisableto goTernnent Total Cued

obtain accurate figures on the SHAMPOO ...... iOc laIC year exceeded nine aodIueeql1arton

total cost from a reliable architector million dollars
builder. MASSAGE ...... 40c early twenty-MTen thousand dot

"The amount of the down-pay- Ian a day.

ment depends on the cost of the IndorsedUSED The Southern Bell Company b
house and will range from a mini- BUSH'SBARBER a Southern Industry la the fullest
sense and its activities form a nhelinllil ,
mum of 10 per cent of the total
contribution to the growth
appraisal on mortgages of less than
CARS and prosperity oi the Sa>",.
$5,400 to 20 per cent on those up ;

to $16,000.

"After these preliminary dtscus- oar used can always represent food value, but the SHOP

along are over, the prospectivehome one listed below are unusually choice and we recom- i SOUTHER BELL TELEPHonE
builder 1* in a much better for consideration.
mend any one of them your I
position to know whether or not
he can afford to ahead with his
construction."If go ................0.09.-.6................... i N. KROME AVE. INSONPDIAT90

the circumstances permit

building the next step Is to file .
SEDAN-very good con-
1933 FORD
an application for a constructionloan AAAAAAAAAaAAAAAAAAAAAAA

and FHA mortgage The procedure dition.
for this is to obtain the I

following papers and submit themto FOR QUICK WRECKER SERVICE
cate.1. FHA applications !In tripli SEDAN-excellent ondition ; low mile- REPAIRS

2. Drawings in duplicate.and building specifications tijc; good paint and irer, j PHONE 561-r

which 3. Duplicate should Include plans the of approximate the lot- 1937 PLYMOUTH 4-D(' OR 0 U R I N G SAWS G Ulm Gr::

location of the house and .ti'n. "
SEDAN-excellent nn
garage and such things. le walk, I SAM ALEX\\prR, Pr IK

drive and grading i Avocado Drive and Old Dixie iliPl'KE "..vI
<" A check for the application nJ8 "IIEVF LET S1ATION WAGON
f' it the r, i of $3 per $1,000, I PRODUCTS

n. nhnum $tO.I. woks liv.o: a new jcb; excellent condition. __ _. 1Cook's

Photograph of the face or -- -
front view of Jir pro.lerty In -

duplicate.j. Sign 'Id trot i conlncfr. I I PRESTON E. BIRD MOTOR CO. ,

A lady r *u.t whose car had I Av H>onj 18 Bathing Ce 'ro
I Southome .
worved a< .s t suburban! street

ear crashed through a plate glass f POSTK TAG AGENCY

w' ."'ow wa- being questioned .... FIFTH STREET nnu OCF N Dna

the local he ic cup sifter the __., a l '1j '
n nan nn
jn a n
\. b"l I .j lease t Came H..ni t. .....
cident "Sur-ly, ik the poll< t

roan, "on such a i" Je ..u.t.I.'j MIAM. {;.
yocould ha-e o.ne some j aa.e.rrEDWARD STRING
pr' ant this claent?"

"I did," t.1I motoristjred BATA LNG SUN' BTT.3RESTAURANT

turn quite earnestly, "I screamed as 1
loud a* I could!"-Ix. REALTOR pnrYATE'nEACn.

4 M Rea. Estate General, .a.icc BURIN UTTS AND ACCSSOPJESOle!I
Fceral Rome


\ lady Attendant I Core Palm A\'e. and A .E EADQUARTERSdo

Homestead 11 .
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1t Friday: July 19. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE. Pare Three

, 1111 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII handle tomatoes and other ve.eta.1 Mrs. Catherine Hoban Ricks to Attend Meets Northwestern University.Mr. -
bles marketing the same through I Ricks was accompanied to
I co-operative process After the I Succumbs at Kendall At Chicago, New YorkThe North Carolina by his mother

20. Years passage of some resolutions the Funeral services for Mrs. Catherine Mrs. J. A. Ricks, and his sister.
Ago meeting elected the following directors I Elizabeth Hoban, 86, widow Rev. Geo. H. Ricks, pastor I Mrs. T. L. Hodges and her two
.\ : H. L. Cook, W. J. Carter .of D. J. Hoban, who died Friday of the Homestead Presbyterian sons Tom and John Uod t.. They
T. A. Collins, Wm. Anderson, and I|I at the Kendall hospital, were held Church, left Tuesday to spend I planned to visit the Rev. John
111I""' 111I1111I1111I II 11111111111111111I111I1 A. C- Craw., who In turn elected I'at 8:30 o'clock Wednesday mornIng three weeks attending conferencesat Ricks, pastor of the Rocky River
rile. l.ll..lni IUM ... !.>.. .... these officers: H. L. Cook, president I at Sacred Heart Catholic New York and Chicago At I Presbyterian Church at Concord
"."|w.rlM Inm-.film..11..ot.. the M>..UmMniB It. Illi.M ; Wm. Anderson vicepresident Church with the pastor, the Rev.T. New York he will attend a confer N. C, another son of Mrs. Ricks.
the ...1. F''.".. Banns and ; Wm. J. Carter, secretary ind J. Geary, officiating. Burial ence for ministers at Union Theological The church school and young
at..re.d" ...Ort...r.17, IIS I. with W BM treasurer. was in Palm Cemetery, Naranja. Seminary and a similar ; people's services will be held as
July 12, 1920 -"A recent arrival In Home Turner Funeral Home had chargeof meeting at Chicago the following usual during Mr. Ricks' absence.
I -"The county road machine stead is a daughter at the home arrangements.Mrs. week. At Chicago he will attend, I Morning worship will be discontinued
are at work on Krome of F. P. Cahoon" Hoban died after a long ill- also, an institute on worship at until August\, 18.Anyone .
hauling rock, scarifying and grading I I"M.. P. Wallam left Thursdayon ness. She was a native of New .,
It li hoped that the roadway a business trip to "points In Ala- York City and came to the Red-
r will be oiled after It li finished, I bama and Michigan land area to make her home with
aa It has always deteriorated -"The telephone company has relatives seven years ago.
extended Its line down Brewer'sroad
Surviving her are three sons,
Idly under the heavy traffic, while
Flagler avenue, which Is oiled it giving phone service to I. R. Patrick J. Hoban of Naranja and
Matthews, H. C. Carter, E. A. Car-
still In good shape." David J. Hoban and Thomas F.
ter and J. S. Slnsel." Hoban of Omaha, Neb., a daughter -
-"L. S. McCloud arrived this "Velma Ruth Powers, who has Mrs. Marguret Dent of Naranja having information
week from the west coast to been spending a few days with and a brother Michael Madden
take charge of the Redland Citrus friends In Florida City, returned of Ashtabula, Ohio. of interest to the
Growers Association packing to her home In Miami Monday."
house. He succeeds J. F. Alex- (Florida City). .,
ander who resigned several months
William Franz Dies : ThroBihSooth
-"Funeral services for R M. :'
Whitley, former superintendentof At Home'in Redlands Miami
Coral Reef Nurseries at Rock- -.0- AMERICA
dale, who died Sunday from InJuries Funeral services for William Fill Your Tank atCLARK'S
sustained In an accident Franz, 81, retired;;furnace maker
July 11, when his motorcycle col- I who died Monday at his home on I
lided with an auto truck, were Newton road, ne.ar Silver Palm = is hereby assured
held 'Wednesday afternoon. at 3 ,drive,'were held at :2 o'clock Wednesday -
O'clock. ." afternoon' etw' : SERVICE STATION that it will be appreciatedand
-"Mrs L. F. Chapman has been eral Home.. Blirlai was in
sworn in as postmistress at Flor- lawn Cemetery, Miami.Mr treated confidentially,
ida City and will assume full I Franz wa's a native of GULF PRODUCTSW.
Charge on Monday. The present Sweden and camp to the United j T. CLARK, Mgr.
postmistress, Mrs. M C. Norwood; States In 'his 'youth. He cane to Write lavMllcatlng Committee
will move to Miami In a short .this area two years ago and engaged Blocks South of Box (44. Hoomtead, Fla
time." In fruit growing. Traffic Light at
-"About thirty growers met In Surviving Mr. Franz are his
the Citrus Growers' building on I widow, Mrs. Naomi Franz and a SOUTH MIAMI
Saturday afternoon to consider the daughter, Mrs. Augustus Holding I
formation of branch which would of -
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Pare Four THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, July 19, 1940


THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE I m =FLOR.'DAHJ' 4pHLL! L ."!t.Stt!+o f 'r/ fljJ / T\ Little-:

'..tlo.... 'rf4I" at 11.._.... PI.. ,
M tho mate Delta Pahlbhine Company.
....,... M ..rend elM wail! matttr rJ Bird
Mink ... 1".. .. lk. MM fftn .! MOTION'SWflTERS
MMPMteW Florida. into the will W
Jut* I, l'7,. .
TOld Us
wcSer RLAClle3RSS
UN ARCHER ,...1.... mt Editor .................IIN.IIIIN.1111oil.IIin."-

MARJORIE LEACH ARCHER..a.araarr .__ THAT a plan evolved by the

__ .___.. and Tnuiw !r lONM THE WGHTT ST. JOHNS Junior Woman's Club for purchase '
ICGi +eJVC,0 ONCE FAMO/S FO27l of the Homestead "Country Club"as

,RRGE dilrCNES OF RECORD BQEAJ'/NQ a clubhouse for the junior and

r. 0.... ("I'RHCRIPTION.w.te _. RATES._ "M M 9+945 NQUI FRUS Si /OVSJUtGflO# senior clubs would convert the .
0.'..... ., stale cants-.r.M._____ ..... or TillS SP' NP/O lORLO.FG'fl7OUSORME district's only adequate ball room "
fSTN,000ON ACT'/Y1r/4 OF facilities into an asset instead of -

S4lNe.es 1//110 ARE RaOIVI"p -19V6RNN a menace to the youth of the community
The Devil's Best Tool JRtv..roJUG SEINES ",-Mrs -and would add civic pre-

It \.3 once announced that the SPIlIUv/N6 6..eOIlNO$ OOrEM7ALLYJOfMGS tige to organizations that the pub'
comps MUtffMS Of FffH lie has come to regard -
devil was going out of business fflX0M6 as almost
tnct 'ju4d offer al! lilt. tool for wholly social In .aims and objects: :
e a
ale ',> whoever would pay his "
price On the night of the sale, UiOftfHffllUIONS THAT another woman's organization .
they<< ...ere all attractively dis- 1614 found out recently that volunteered

pljye'i, and a bad looking lot promises of a candidate

they re Malice, Hatred Envy, Tats "AlIISiIOUt FIGR/DR during a campaign can be easily

J.II'HI"' *, Sensuality and Deceit, NPIlONI81TIIJ I cancelled once the job has been
and i 1 the other implement of / cinched for another two years

evil v. re spread out, each marked TO RINnsDV f y ............ .........................
,v" i iu price Apart from
it I,<' I" \J\lbe-haped tool much worn (IgO I1RS t $ ;

and priced higher than any of the y 1J.eIJIN6SlISON AND FANCIES
other IAI I l ,

Stir one asked the devil what ORDER TDMESUYE f I By MRS. J. E. GATJZENSLBIRARY

It wiT IUlAMI "NI OO t
.t'. Discouragement" was 1 F1NISr'ArvAA wwwww""""""""""""""""""1' ,

the flJly HOURS ,

'Wril. why do you price It 10 H I1f .TS, r TilE FGTLVl3QLRCh Monday, Wednesday, Thursday:
high" lIAS'S ANNUAUvOrreRGT.f 1-' p. m.

B'i UM," replied the devil 7"NOVSANOS OMt Tuesday, Friday It .. m.-l p. m. r
"MI i I' wire useful to me than any j PORT5M6N TO X4 OlllOH YEr tr Saturday, e-u a. mot 1.11 p. m. :
Of the!' ,then I can pry open and t lA/JOYS ffo PQOTEETONN THE 7-9 p. m. 4
Sit i I"s ile a man's consciousness S7 JOHNS eivse NORTH Of Y(1I.US/A ,.

%itti Hat' when I could not get 10 eAte l//NERP 7/S TAKEN SEINES Books add to man's stature the ,It

tic "i m with any of the others,' AY f oviri.css movsaNOs DUKNOTliere mysterious cubit which makes the s.
and 'ion once Inside, I can use J t'AI BREED/NO difference between living Islanded
I his \ wtevcr lulu best.
way me i
It .' much worn because I use Will a lime just a few years alto = But that doe not prevent the commercial frlsh. In to Illimitable his own personality and freed ,
horizons of
itA I!, nearly everybody, as few when a base enthusiast could run out on the\ ermen from drag nets over the spawnIng space,-lone M. RiderNatures time and
ft ili!1'< yet know It belongs to me" St. Johns river 'most anywhere between Jacksonville beds! In the sallow waters of (he St. Johns a .
It 11 idly need be added that and Late George and capture a nice Even if they do not boot.leg the bats they haulIn.

II'i. ,I, \ tl't price for Diacourige- string of the fighting' Cil"" That time Is gone. they kill many of them and they destroy which Is the trump spice card of is life variety Her

inen 11 so high that It wai never Most of the unhappy anglers who\ go out lo countless millions of their eggs by breaking up '| plan does not permit all male
lie till owns it and la still the beds beds. The Florida has designated :
r- grass now come back with nothing, the legislature babies to attain the physical :
u .:.Religious Digest, onljr I disappointment and a smouldering wrath the St. Johns rivet ai salt water from : necessary to be known proportions'

'TTTTTTVTTTVYTTTVTTTTTTTCURRENT under the surface because of the realization that Its mouth Valuate Bar This Is a fake basedon as big men

the great fighter have 'been slaughtered. an untruth. It was done to avoid the plain The hero worship of football ,et

slaughtered in lelnes sold for a pittance duly of the legislators and that was to protect and baseball stars as well as prizefighters "

pure gold bartered off as dross It la a moral f the fresh water fish that live In this great fosters In all boys the de- r

COMMENT crime ever to drag a seine through the spawning stream Not only the sportsmen but all Florida sire to grow in strength and stature .','

beds of these nolle fighting fish. The few people who have sense enough to comprehendthe Mothers urge little boysto .. .

Bjr AGNEW WELSIiaAALAAAAAAAWAURAAyAA paltry dollars that the commercial fishermen Immense riches represented by the fine game eat this or that so they may ,,'

1 garner by selling them fish for food constitute fills of this state must see te it that the next grow up to be a "big man" like

r liter'. Nnt.o1 II. 1111141.11 ..t.laseerNr1n.n. a mere mesa of pottage for which the state Ii legislature changes this law. The day must Daddy But in R majority of case
so his -'t.naa.nta," .hotho valuable of birthright. After mim's efforts along this line are
selling Its
a port
tw la url -.., 'a at ....._ and should when seine
come soon, no
'** lain opinion. _... _", "nl. many years of effort the Sportsmen and older come frustrated Thus we have shryt, .
"IMili,". m"SI.. ,u Miami A.n*.fk.i WtUh.. MS N. 1. intelligent Floridians were title to get the Flor will be permitted anywhere In the fresh water till, thin, fat and even physically t

,,Ida legislature to outlaw the sale of black bass, of Florida where our famous game fish abouad.I handicapped men.
M 1 at r says th a t an 6..... spend most We might say nature has redeemed

_......._......................__M.__ by equipping every
triuo, Quite human, aren't they? human being with a brain

a a I Auto Quiz No.5 I Children in Court an which unknown he himself degree can The develop properly to

It i- said that there
are (000 Br Judge Malcolm Hatltold developed brain has no room for

UKCf r pnper With the scarcityand ..NMNNNIINrMNIrNNNMMNWNNNN.MIPRACIICING I pettiness, selfishness or egoism.
h:fch cost of print paper, Eng- I
The Bible story of David and
llsi! di tiei. already ens mailed to i t N tye10 WHAT Wl: Coliuth is an excellent Illustration
eightfvt, have been further re- ., s .t PREACU
of conquest by mental superiority
diltfd! to six Many American A church which Is located only a
over brute force. This
daillts could omit a lot of bunk few blocks from one of the snout
Mt Ananias 9h : story U a lesson that should be
then ,.. .mt and nobody would be appalling slum district in the
impressed all youth curly
the i,ti. mentally + I country Wait a splendid donationto In lit'. upon
its foreign mission board for
That man or woman who Is
work among the heathen,
T evhas been
no severe critic -
Islanded in his or her own personality
S' 11 France soldiery: but its When we consider that so much
finds much with whichto
grist1.as Shakespeare said, I work can be done at hone in re-
be discontented But of him
"Arc, :here's the rub." They re- cLiimin, the live ef thousands
who has added the mysteriouscubit
mint 1ie: of the famous Ferdinand of pre-d linquent children, we an-
*e he has vfenn becau.ehe
lIe t' I I. who'd rather smell flower II forced to inquire why wore ef-
has been freed to illimitable
Ih n tight In warfare, flow- I| fort Is bet exerted wi home mis-
Ume and
e s i ii' tar the dead only. I I Islona. Before sending biimels of space
I(I clothing to poor children In Af- Thus vie have the paradox:,"He
!! Hca, members ef I mi> Is a big man even though small;
f:tl ,ha A. H Andrews of Ih.1 nrhw I monary "
or little evw though large .
society might abuttt them
A 11 Eagle (E U>ro I
-:tying that t on Kt)1 Largo print: I isD a I Z. I and ascertain first if these me I The mentally big man lives after

of atx>ut one hundred Trawl, ..ntj Unrlee JBH> children at home who need his bones have been Interred

I .. h. iny trees, "mjoy of them I 1. Liars sometime figure bat figures don't lll', and the! figures ny I: attention. I IChkrch But the deeds of tM physically
that if Is im lived in clunm., that it will large grow dim with time, and his
s as a barrel, und that the your car an accident the are attendance hAS fatkn off
IUU' ,"nteilty bureau is tiymg to be found to have (a) defective: brake. (bt a punctured or blown thirty per cent In recent yems I lame U short-lived :.
ki .11" the owne" tire. (c) defective steering mechanism. (d> no apparent defect, More Attention should be given to In reading the autobiography of
e e ,(e) defective headJ hu. (f) faulty tail light strengthening the influence off 1 Hans Zmwr under the title "As +
Vull be 2. One ct the following age group contribute much more than churches here In me United States 1 Remember Him", one realized I
i be'to toon hearing much Its chart of automobile driver involved in fatel accident (a)' An Anisic visitor te Amenta that the author easily qualifiesas !

new radio discover, under 18 yeai (b) 18 to 14 year (c). 25 to M years. (d) 61 yearsand once humorously observed Why a big man regardless of his stature. f
(e hn.clIlt) known L1 FM mean-
over. U it that you Americans are always As a doctor and scientist!
i 1.1' :rniMncy moduUtion", and 3 If you happen to come upon the scene of sn accident and find I his desire to help man has carried t
laving some one else wheat
r"cenil! "1' licensed tc be you
put into I someone injured It i* your humane duty to take the) Injured personin I hel.1at t yet saved him fir beyond the Island of his
bu.-,n<. your .car and rush him to the nearest hospital. True (,-). or own personality
tl- it ll will shut out all sUilic And False (->). 0 I Study, experiments and application :
otter. interference* and will tm. I tired pouuds and bearing have led his to all part
pI'I'CCeptlDn.. Special rvoeiV' Answers on Classified Ad Page I tion in runic letters
I -\ 6f the world adding to his knowledge -
L trial a t UYe necessary bt combl.In" trAck imitation It was Inler1P-1 of human understanding, %
'n nets will be on the market.. wrestle. It Is known that as early as Minnesota This theory I m bared r 1362 and set forth that :9V wets Id conditions and diseases, to

a 0 ai the 14th. century a party of on two important" discoveries the i number camped there which he hat devoted a large part
T* tot of the tort colony ofV Scandinavians reached our shoresby finding in that region uf i inet.il the rest were on a fishing trip of his life.

T ntu (Roanoke 1587) hM been way of Greenland and Nova tattle axes and spear-points pad ten of them were slain. < -As I Remember Him", set downas
'"tr*' definitely decided by historiMtu .I Scotia and tarried a while In the near Kensington In 1SU8 there I! Hjilmer R. Roland ha writtena a biography of R. S. (which

and now corM + parallel Cape Cod or Vinlund region; from was unearthed a tablet-shaped i book, illustrated with maps and are tile author' initial backward)
Prof' with *hW per CM there they w-.i. xutd a* far wttt. slime r *- nn b : cuts, la defense ot this theory (Continued on Pap Seren).


Friday. July 19, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Five

Mrs. Cmvoy; will visit Mr. and day for Fort Lauderdale where hIt .
!Mrs. J. O. Williams, parents of FLORlDACI1T employed.J. .

Mi Cravcy.Mr By Mr*. W. W. 8evrr
In and Around I 1--- Sullivan, who has been employed -

and Mrs. Lonnie Hood re Mr. and Mr*. Alonio Lewis returned at the 1M sawmill .au:' .
I I turned. Tuesday; from a two-week Wednesday from a trip to west of Florida City, left last v,ik

Homestead \1,1111, Commerce Ga. They also Pennsylvania and New York and for DrRidder, La.
1\ i fed! Dr. and Mrs. Joe Burton, Petersburg, West Virginia.
brother and sister-in-law of Mil. Miss Natalie Oohtotain and MN:
Hood In Atlanta. Crover Decker and Frill Schroe- Dorothy Woodruff of Newark N
der, who are employed In Key J., were visitors in Florida <. i
Mr. and Mr*. Frank Weld h. Dr. Blackford served two weeks Wednesday.Word .
asa West, spent the week-end at their
Dr. A. M. Logan returned Monday -
Mri. Geo. D. Ruehle Mr. and
and chaplain of the CMTC camp at homes here.Miss .
Mr*. Geo, Cooper and Mr and Fort Screven Ga. from a month's visit' with relatives was received thli week
in Davidson, N. C., and
Mrs. H. Ruegg will sail Monday Mary Becker of Miami Is by Mra. S. S. Shields of the di ib y
for Havana where they will attend Mr. and Savannah, On. He was accompanied of her sister-in-law Mrs. Joe La-
Mrs. B. M. Hindman home by his brother and spending her vacation visiting her
r the International Lions con have mother measure on July 11 at her homeIn
o. a* guests this week Mr. sister-in-law! Mr. and Mrs. Gor- Mrs. Charles Decker, in
Hindmnn's uncle and aunt, Mr. Florida City. Detroit, Mich.
. don Logan of Savannah, who will ,
and Mrs. Roy Hmdman of Cincin
short time here.
:. Mr. and Mr*. C. Ben Plummer nati. spend a Mr. and Mrs, C. Heffner moved Mr. and Mr*. H. Smith, their

. returned July 11 from West Palm Into the Frye house on Avenue Blast daughter, Jean, and Mr. and Mr.
Beach when they visited their son, Miss Hazel Mitchell of Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore of week. Newman, all of St. Louis, Mo.
Ben Plummer for two Orlando arrived Wednesday to of Mr. M.
t; Dr. C. Fla. is were Sunday guests
visiting her sister, Mrs. L. ,
visit Mr. and Mrs. Geo Polk.
weeks. Anderson Mrs. S. S. Shields u reportedas Silverman.
on Bauer drive for sev- Misses Sue and Mary Johnson of
eral weeks. Improving slowly from a recent ... .M..IWIWIIIIANIpLYI111.._
Nashville and Grover Johnson of
I Mri. Wm. Bethea will leave today illness.L. .
San Antonio Texas, litters and
: to visit relative In Gainesvillefor Dr. Robert P. Crow left Tuesdayfor < brother of Mrs. Polk, have returned -
several weeks. Her daughter, his home In Chicago after to their homes after a visit C. Aldrich Jr., who recently Tropical CafeNOW
Marilyn who has been In Gainesville visiting at the home of Dr. and hert. re-enlisted in the army left last
' since the close of school, will Mrs J. A. Smith in Homestead for week for Fort McDill, Fla.
r return home with her. three weeks. LOCATEDAT
Mr. and Mrs. A. L Campbell of
l Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Longhorn
I NaranJ had as guests Sunday, THE
: and children returned
Mrs. W. D. Horne, Mrs. Flay
r Mr. and Mrs. Ben Archer were
Misses Geraldine and Gwendolyn
a Watson, Miss Elizabeth Horn and I from a visit of two weeks in Bun- EVANS HOUSEI
hosts last night to Mr. Archer'sparents
Campbell Miss Clntlce Candy
nell, Fla. Mr. Langham left Man-
Watson left this morning
::1' Jimmy Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F and Miss Ruth Edwards, all of
k for a visit in Hendersonville. They Archer pf Key West, and his Miami. Block South of
were accompanied by Mrs, Harry brother and sister-in-law Mr. and r Dr. Leonard W. Hasklnp ""11II1 I KronM-Flafler Traffic
Schauberger and daughter, Betty, Light 3. Krom Are.
Mrs Ceo E. Archer and two chil- en
Hendersonville for Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Davis and l.Hif..ff I. RT. ....1.._
who will stay In dren of Augusta, Ga., who will ..4
, daughter, Naomi, left Wednesday riltlw lUMl'lM W -__ Aha
two weeks. leave this morning for Augusta
I for a two-week visit with their GLASSESoil
where the elder Archers will visit inn-in-law and Mr. And .
daughter N. B. rtnt Ot. Mliml pie
i Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pratt arrived with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Archerfor Mrs. Richard Dealer in Elkins, W. te....... Air C..I...... :
at their home in Redlandlast 'ft."I'rAD9
G.n.i.a Isms
several weeks. 61 ..411III J the
Va. Miss Davis plans to remain
week from New York City.
I June 28 I for the rest of the summer.
Before their marriage on I I
Mrs Frank Morris returned
of New York City. Sunday from a month's visit with Mrs. E. W. Coates pf Tampa Is
( I
relatives In Philadelphia and New visiting her biotluT-ln-luw and

i Miss Dorothy Nabcrs of Greenville York City. sister, Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Anderson -

' S. C., will arrive today to In Naranjo.
visit Miss Alta Webster. Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott s

Naberi Is a classmate of Miss Web- and children, Dora, Dick and Billy }fl"l. J. D. Stephens returned toher
ster at Agnes Scott College at De- returned to their home Friday titter home In Tallahassee Friday

." catur, Ga.Frank visiting relatives in Charleston S offer spending five weeks with her
C., and Pittsburgh Pa. nephew find neice, Mr and Mrs.W. .
B. Ru-;and Walter Moody B. Mills.

l left Monday for a short vacation Mr. and Mrs. Earl'Cravey, Mint
In Hot Springs, Ark. Opal McCook and Miss Lola ilc- The Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Richards -
I Cullough will leave tomorrow fur and daughters Betty and ,

f Miss Louie Long Fitzpatrick returned Fitzgerald, Ga., the home of Mint Jamie, left Monday for a vacationIn
Wednesday from Key West McCook and Miss McCullough who Jacksonville. They will be
r where she spent the week-end have been visiting at the Crave; joined by another daughter Edna
visiting Miss Katherine Lowe. home for several weeks 111nl Nolle who IB visiting in Macon.t "Yes Mr. Census Taker
Miss Lowe was a guest of Miss
J Fitzpatrick last week. i

e lire own our home"We
Allen Neal underwent an appen-

Graduate i
r r

Mr. and Mr*. Harry Brnndman Built It
who have been visiting Mr. and

Mrs. J. E. Gauzens for several,
weeks left Friday for their home
in Buffalo, N. Y. I Ii Mean Guaranteed Used Cars With a

i ____ I
\ Misses Margaret Johnstone and 1939! PLYMOUTH FOKDOR TRUNK SEDAN

. Tena Josephine, will Johnstone arrive Monday of Knoxville to visit,'I original gray finish i ; original tires; up- MORTGAGELOAN

their uncle, the Rev. J. I E.! John-: holstery as clean as new; low mileage; car

stone, pastor of tha First Baptist' owned and operated in the district. If you

Church. can't afford a new one then this is the next I

best thing.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Dunn left

Monday for a visit with relatives 1937 CHEVROLET TUDOR TRUNK SEDAN Arrangedby
in Blackshear, Ga.
two tone finish ; practical! new tin's.

Miss Hazel Pennington left Friday -: 1937 FORD 60 TUDOR SEDAN- for a visit with friends In Lake '
City. I of the Tore line.

The Rev and Mrs. R. F. :BUok- Brooker Lumber Co.

ford returned Friday from a week's 1933 PLYMOUTH TRUNK SEDAN.
stay at Miami Beach. Before

ing to* the Beach they .,.. 1933 CHEVROLET V/t TON TRUCK and
weelt In Norfolk, Va Pi- 1.0111-1
that Mrs Blnckford visited
Bird Chevrolet Co.
friends in Athens, S. C, wI,,!! i
the Paymentsare
Oldest Chevrolet Dealer on Florida East: Coast

Homestead, Florida Telephone II

Abie's Lurch Rom as Easyas

I 4 A. >>. CORE fr.,. I II II II

219 State Highway,. II Rent"

I South Miami The asweCtllit$'Protetsmokes I

. Dining Kwm and klk-IIM this paint more durable and

Under Supervision .f j
more resistant to weofner.

Formerly .( IV"."'* Corsair

Open (4 Wean a Brag. !1


CsMwkhM and Cold
Drinks at :galas thieve *
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Pane Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, July 19, 191Q

I Milano Social Events in South Dade SOMME I ;

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B. P. W. MEMBERS: : HAVE JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUBHAS W. M. 8. WILL SELL period. Tea and sandwiches were

Mondoy'i luncheon meeting at 1 An Independence Day dinner Bottles of vanilla extract will be Others who attended were: Mrs
,.. ... ...... ;
the Bamboo Tavern was greatly I was held Monday night In the N"NI N/NII "".""- sold by members of the Woman'sMissionary R. C. Jackson, Mra. Joel J. Robinson

enjoyed by members of the Homestead Diner by the Junior Woman's July 21-B. P. W. C. district I Society of the Homestead Mrs. A. F. Darling, Mrs if
Business and Professional I Club with Mrs. Richard Huff Mrs. meeting In Lions Den. Methodist Church. The extract Lawrence Pope Mrs H. W. Johnston t

Women'i Club. Roll call answers W. B. Caves, Jr., and Miss Ellen July 21.-Townsend Club meeting was distributed at the Individual Mrs. R. Y. Burr, Mrs. J. M. i

were recounting of emborajslnjmoments. Huff as hostesses. In Neva King Cooper School I meetings of the circles Holferty, Mra. T. L. Hodges, Mrs.
Following the dinner bingo was auditorium at 2:30: o'clock. Tuesday afternoon. The proceeds Geo. M. Frick and Miss Eula Roy
Present were: Mri. J. E. Gau- played at the Woman's Club buildIng July 23.-Sponsored dances for will be used for the budget of the

tens, Mri Clan Stewart, Mrs. B.I younger set at Woman's Club, society. SLUMBER PARTY I
A. Waldln, Mri Don Ferreyra, Those attending were: Mrs. building at 8 p. m. with Mrs. Herman The Pearl Davis Circle met at GIVEN AT BURRY HOME

Mm, M. F White, Mrs. Roy Chandler James L. Bird, Mrs. G. H. Fitzpatrick Marks and Mrs. Richard I the horn of Mrs. Virgil Lyon Miss Efvlra Burry entertained a I

Mrs. Ben Archer and Mia Mrs. Virginia Walton, Huff as hostesses Miss Helen Livingston conducted of girls with a slumber party !I'
Ann Lee.IIAMBVRGER. Mrs. Paul Losner, Mrs. R. E. July 23.-Meeting of Presbyterian the mission study lesson on Fellowship group Tuesday at the home of her parents *
Sherard Mrs. Ansel Barrow, Mrs Auxiliary with Mrs. R. Y. and Faith.
Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Burry
: FRY E. A. Buchanan Mrs. Stanley Burr In Goulds. The Marian Fleltas Circle met Princeton. f

GIVEN AT LEHMAN HOMEMr Wittkop,_Mrs. .Bruce Ennls, Mrs. July 29.-Sponsored dances for with Mr. Harvey M. Brown and
and Mri Lee H. Lehman FranK Bernecker, Mrs. Burley younger set at Woman's Club the Mollie Wingate Circle met Various games were enjoyed
entertained the employees of the Dendy, Mrs Herbert Turner, Mrs. building at 8 p. m. with Mrs. J D with Mri. J. A. McNellL during the evening and watermelon -

r r-Leh packing house with a L. T. Proctor Mrs. F. B. Green, Perkins and Mrs. Burley Dendy as was served.
Mrs Fletcher Bryant, Mrs. Wm., hostesses. Those who attended were: Miss
hamburger fry at their home
Wednesday evening Following Henn. Mrs. T. J. Walker, Mrs. Rob July 28.-Meeting of Redland SURPRISES MRS M P WOLLAM: Verna Anderson, Miss Kathleen
ert Glenn Jr., Mrs. Augustus : Home Demonstration Club with Mrs. M. P. Wollam was given a Campbell, Miss Jeanette Cohen
the enjoyed swim
upper group
Wynn, Miss Pearl Whitaker, Miss I Mrs. W; K. Haas. surprise party by members of Miss Grace Burry and the hostess.
t the Homestead
municipal pool. I Geraldine Reitz. Mrs. Mrs. Circle One of the W, M. U. of the
Those present were: Mr. and Huff July 28-Meeting of Homestead
First Baptist Church of Homestead
Caves and Miss Huft Art Club In Chamber of Commerce
Mrs. Leonard Canmngton Mri.
at her home on Thursday of last
Virginia Walton Mrs. Roberta building at 9 a. m.
P. T. A. TREASURER week. Mrs. Wollam is a memberof
{ July 29.-Meeting of Jennie
Harrison Mr. and Mrs.
Crady the circle but has been unableto
Stepp, Miss Margaret Hester, Miss Lobdell Circle with Mrs. B. M. i
attend for some time.
following report for the
Frances Lott, Roy Stepp, William Mrs. J. Ton Vann and Mrs. S
Homestead P. T. A. during the 30. (1'1
July -Sponsored dances for (
I Kulm Patricia Walton and Betty
A. Proctor each In
past year Is submitted by Mrs. W. younger set at Woman's Club sang a song
i S. Rheney, the outgoing treasurer: building 8 p. m. with Mrs. P. J. honor of Mrs. Wollam. Mrs. Wol.lam' -

BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN Aurust Z to 1939. to June It, 1140. Franklin and Mrs. Virginia Wal favorite passage of Scripture
FOR ALFRED SILVERMA.V Inclusive ton as hostesses. was read and various longs sung

i Alfred Sllverman of Florida 3nl on hand last report.... $333,29 July 31.-Meeting of Lily Bow Those present were: Mrs.
Frank Irwin, Mrs. W. B. Myrlck.

City In was observance given a party of his Wednesday ninth. dues _....?-...__ 147,00 I Book Aug.Review 2.-Meeting Club at of library Episcopal Mrs. S. T. Gorday, Sr., Mrs. J. W. (Q
Gift from P. T. A. member B,00 Auxiliary with Mrs. Garrett, Mrs. C. E Sounders, Mrs. eau.tttPcf
I' Ralph King-
birthday anniversary at the home
Prize 100% membership... 3 00 man at 3 o'clock. L. S. Fitzhugh, Mrs. Chas, Martin,
of n grandmother, Mrs. M. Sil- I
Operetta receipts 1939 ... 22.30 Aug. 9-Meeting of HomesteadB. Mrs. M. M. Blggcrs, Mrs J. H ,
Florida :
vcrm in City.
V., in i Tag day receipts .... 9831 P W. C. at 8 p. m. In Chamberof Scott Mrs. Jennie Smith, Mrs. Thwmlque Cool, use
ious games were played dur I I Premium book receipts .._ 171.SO I II Commerce building Lamar Kendrick, Mrs C. Champ- hMterln method 11 t ,
ing 'l.i] afternoon and favors were sale! comfortable!
El,1, I li guest I''I Receipts from fond sales. 34.65:I Aug 5. Meeting of Junior lin, Mrs. Vann Mrs Proctor Dorothy
Receipts from cafeteria __ 32.34 Woman's Club Kuhn und Mrs Wollam. ; Mord1t (
Homestead j
C ill 'Tuesti present were: Ron' ntS _
iT:. Vli.n, and Barbara Marks, Receipts from cafeteria __ 43.00 p. m. in club house. PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY .
Receipts from concert_ 20.00\ Aug. 5.-Meeting of
r Innnic old Allen Lcff Honey Neighborhood MEETS AT PARSONAGEThe

HrlKii ,IP,in and Bobby Anderson, Circle with Mrs. Reed Woman's Auxiliary of the
Total receipts .....__..___ $870.99 Holmes.
Chili lei Barker and Marlon and Presbyterian Church of Homestead ALICE'S BEAUTY
Clon.i, Silverman Disbursements: Au,. 9.-Meeting of W. M. U. met on July 11 at the home of
Adults present were: Mrs. Herman Cash for cafeteria expenses $ 29.00 Circles. Mrs. J. A. Ricks with Mrs Grace PARLOR
Repairs cafeteria ...._. ..._ 3126
Maikt Mrs Ben Loft. Mrs. on Aug. 19.-B. P W. C luncheonat McLellan Smith and Mrs, Harry
Benj Dollar Mrs Robert Anderson Repairs on plumbing _. 2.SO Bamboo Tavern at 12 o'clock. Cronwell as hostesses. 11-14 McCr.T Ar.. Secretary's '38 '39 2. Owntr-Op...".
Mr Fred Barker. Mrs. II. M expense 42Secretary's Mrs. Geo, D. Ruehle, president Phone .....11'
Dell('", Eddie Silverman MrrSlhi'i'iniin expense 2 90 Homestead P. T. A. have been presided over a short business
Scrapbook for
IUd Mri Silvcrmnn publicity carefully checked and
chairman ..___.... 2.90 and examined
Attendance awards ___. found correct. This statement
AIRS. CARL HELD REPORTS 1800 of the treasurer
Refreshments .. .. 147 represents the
true condition of said
school ...... ._ organizationas
Mr', Carl Field gave a report Library high 23 00 of July 1, 1940.
Dade County Council dues 2.00 --
of the general assembly of the' W. A. J. KOPP Auditor p a a
t"-.L 'h ,If the Nazarene held In P T. A. membership dues 43.69 Respectfully '

Ok I:,nnmn City lust month at a Morgan Piano Co. __.... ._ 276.29 MRS W. submitted E. RHENEY
Potters for national education
meeting of the Missionary Societyof Treasurer
the Homestead Nazarene week __..__.___ .90 P. T A
Transportation ___ __ 19.63 Homestead Fla.. July 1, 1940. THE DIXIE DRUGJACK
the taut' ciiurchMi 'n last Friday afternoon In The Readers Digest" ... .' .. gOO .......""""......""..."."..."...""""......."....."....,.

md Mrs. Field and their Tuberculosis board (bond) 9.00 . . . FOLK-HOWARD JOHNSON

onid dHUghter-ln-law the 'Flowers _...._. .... _......_ 4.00 I Phones 31 and .IU Homestead. Fla.
and Mn- Howard Field of Southeastern Natural Gas

see ittended the assembly Rev'l Corp. __ '_'_.., ___ 32.34 i
11: mKslon stations of Damaged film .._......___.._ 34.86 ti. (fMfpt
field were represented. Medal awards.. '_"'__ 2.20 WITH T IS COMBINATIONDouble I

Mi I. N. L Chambers, president Dade County P. T. A. convention from '
announced that the society has fund ._..._......... 10.00 end protection glare of wind

paid Its quota to the general fund Student aid work .......__.... 3.00 dudsp.ci.lly Croo .'. lens on automobile_ i j I IridlS.
for the fiscal ending Sept 30. Past president pin. ......._ 2.18 goggle pink
year M molitd., And Eyelo it to cool and refresh i
Mrs. David Fiedrlcks conduct 1 1i 1n
ine for the
ed the dexotionnls. Total disbursements $555.26 ) .y.

Those attending were: Mrs Balance on hand July 1, i BOTH FOR

Lydia Caplingcr Mrs R. H Spear, 1940 .. ..._ $315.69 EYELO ;

Mrs Chambers Mrs. Fredrlcks, The books and records of the II eJ E-Z-/ 5QCGOGGLES I

Mrs. Field, Miss Josephine Pratt '

and Mini Hanson. r' RELIABLEDry iHEyea35TOiiEiVacation j

Mr. and Mrs. Frank IrwIn had .
a. dinner guests Tuesday Mrs. Q Cleaners and : .t/ ;' 01 Specials

I. Cmult and Mrs. C. L. Gaines, Laundry '

Owner and Manager

'; SUITS _. .. ..._. ._.. 49c daily \. GYPSY 50c

PANTS .._ .. ""__ J4cf' restores thousands of I. J i CREAM: -..- -.
Men's, "'oml'n'. f \ SHOELACES J.
sick and ailing people to SUN TAN 50c
.-To Opea' t 1, HATS Cleaned and Blocked 45c *. : OM.I6 IL u ... ....
Many had tried ...
JOc |
Your// v everything else in vain. slot. 1,1. --w QUART CALOREX J
$5 00
i SHIRTS .. '_ ..._ life : slots feel.I tike UNBREAKABLE .
Don t say you can't get .... ....
DRESSES .. ...... .. 49o upLADIES' ..
rid of your. CALOREX BOTTLE
trouble organic QUART
COATS ._ _. 49e up

I HURTS :. -.. .__ __..,ISo up or otherwise until ALL CAP WITH.BAKELITE. __ _. $1,75
< DAME "'Asllr 11 Ibt.Ut' you have given Chiropractic rORy C

(J. each 'ddill a chance.Consultation
at nr. found) Bemis S'fl.Shavifl'l8rllsI

s..,'t' .1.A sots Mi ls\ L FLAT WORK, Ib. __ .. __._ It without "Ind- le
.. KN Wl AA
1$ es.aOs.es., "
win: .....WII>, "el.y r ,COMMERCIAL: FLAT, Ib (. obligation.

Dr. U. F. Stebblnsir.L.W.Stebbn4 1" ($1 Minimum) Hours '.11; 1-5: f-8 ,MqIs...... es'''All', importedSee i. nabSo,4
Sundays by Appointment
;: WORK CALLED FOB AND ICL CREAM .....1.. ...04.
DELIVEREDPhone Dr. R. J. Elliott t
I |us W. Flutes SI. MUml MADE IN OUR OWY 89 h

Those s-ius 114-W Care BIJdr.IfonesleaJ. Bant BMf. HMtMtea* ..... STORE DAILY 1 .,...d.eslcs }1
FU. . . .

July 19. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE" Pace Seven

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Auto Quiz No.5 Redland Girl Scouts


does not deal entirely with scientific IFOR
Answer ----
research, but at aome-one
. .. has laid, "He Is a modern Boawell 1. d. no apparent defect Many Evelyn Cossman was hostess to HATE: lint insertion 104 a line; subsequent Insertion

i reporting his times and oun." drivers, after an accident, will> Insist the Redland Girl Scout Troop 4 a line

that the gas pedal stuck, or
Tuesday afternoon at the home of
The of dogwood and lilacs that the brakes suddenly failed or
painting -
by Newton D. Merrill, and that something else went wrong. her mother, Mr*. Harvey Cossman, RENTFOR FOR SALE-Comer lot and furnished

the American lag which now Actually, from 93 to 93 per cent in Goulds. house, Florida City,

the walls ot the main room at all vehicles involved In accidents There was a round table discussion $2,5000-$250 cash, 125 per mo.;
trace RENT-Ten acre high pine II'%) Interest payable seml-im-
are found to be In apparently good
in the library, were hung under on how to conduct the meetIngs land, scarified. Located Redland
condition with no major defects nually.
4 the direction of Gordon Ivey. so as to make them more educational Road and Mowry St. N. W. .
corner House In Florida City '1,800
noted In
steering, braking, lightIng -
The flag li the gift of Mr. and
:Mrs. Edward Oakley. etc. and Interesting Several 1318 N. \Y. 75th St., Miami!. $290 cash $23 per mo. t Interest -

1 The painting was presented to the 2. b. 18 to 24 years Recent fig- troop activities were planned.Cake (pjlt-28) payable semJarmuaT: 'I',

library by Mrs. Merr.ll in mem- urea indicate that the most dangerous and orangeade were servedby House In Homestead $2.000$230

ory of her mother and In honor ages are 18 and 19; that Evelyn Gosuman. Several FOR RENT-Apartments. Summer cash $25 per mo.; 6'. intrrc!,

of Mri. L. L. Bow. The Merrills driven under 20 and over 60 have I games were played after which the rates B4>nJ. W Morris, payable semi-armuulh

, will be remembered by many, ai the highest accident rates. I girls enjoyed a swim in the mu- registered real estate broker. Benjamin W. Morris

'I they were resident of Homestead 3. False. You should I move him nicipal pool at Homestead Registered Real &t10 BIr

i several years ago Mrs. Merrill only enough to prevent his being Scouts present were Mrs. Albert RENT YOUR HOUSE-furnlrtied N. Krome Ave., Home t, :H

: and Mrs. Bow were friend back run over again then make him Campbell lieutenant, Belle Bonds or unfurnished I have year I (. ,:19)

i t' la Iowa. comfortable and call an ambulance. Rosemary Bonds Rosemary Burk 'round client Benjamin W. I

Hundreds of deaths are caused by Melba Collins, Sarah Vihlen, Eve- Morris, registered real estate I FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus .

I F LEGAL NOTICES the bungling of well-meaning but lyn Goasmnn Grace Burry, Char- broker, N. Krom aver next to trees and tropical fruit ill I

ill-advised bystanders whose first lotte Murray, Elvira Burry Thelma Baptist Church. (julttf season. Jungle Grove, Redland ,

Notice NOTICE la hereby OF liven MA8nR's that: In SALE pursuance thought!! is to put the injured per- Johns, Hazel Johns and Kathleen road and Plummet drive

of the Final Decree of Foreclosure entered son In an automobile and rush him Campbell. FOR SALEFOR

m the Mill day of July. A. D. II4U In to the hospital. This often resultsIn Visitors were Mrs. Harry Goss- WANTEDTUTORING :
the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial
Circuit; In and for Dade County, Florida compound fractures, concussions man. Mrs. O. W. Calkins Mrs. SALE-Estate must be closed

pond In Chancery wherein, In that Greater certain Miami...Develop.. now punctured rungs. Herman Heinlein, Phyllis and See and submit offer for nice 5- WANTED .- hlgU,

meet Corporation, a Florida corporation, "' .............,..................."' ""...................."' ..... Patsy Heinlein and Marlon and room and bath furnished house school and grade school subjects.
li the Plaintiff, and Th. American Airl. Faye Gossman.The and garage in Homestead. Large Mn. H. J. Armstrong A. B.,

cultural Chemical, .tU.ar Company* Defendant.4Caaa a DelawareeoraomUea next meeting will be held palms and fruit trees. Eleanor I Plummer drive and Country'

eery OawM Nov UIM-Dlt . tmdenliiMdMailer. Let GARLIC Help Fight Tuesday July 23 at three o'clock Froscher Overseas Highway at Club road.
a. direct ** such decree and In
at the Homestead park. Florida City Phone 528-J
order to exeeut* and satisfy the amw will ,
offer for Mle"..at public auction to the Harmful Colon Bacteria In the absence of Miss Mildred (JyS-12) CLEAN RAGS WANTED WHl'

hllhait and beet bidder or bidden thereforfor 0. d aorta I Rarmfal bacteria hI gorseso Small, leader of the troop who exchange subscription or advertising i
cub, and In the manner directed In
u listed weto matter I. poor .olio may beaanl.g '
Hid thermal, at the South Front Door of the 706 sad .aaelna d'etr.ealee has gone north on a few weeks'vacation LEGAL NOTICENOTICE for clean rags LeaderEnterprise. -
DM County Court House In Miami. Florida i rr.d.rh" aid dto.Is.... Try DRARBOeteNora. Mrs. Albert Campbellhas .
.between the hours of eleven o'clock. .. Garlic Tall..... Co.. In ''1
a. m. and two clock. p m on Monday, the and act II FILLS tear fttktn. been appointed to take charge OP APPI CATION FOR
ttI day of August A. D. 1140, those certain at Dixie Drof. of the troop. TAX DIED TAX DEED 6
particle of land Situated. In the County
File N. ll<" Chapter 17117_Art. ef |>IS
.t Dadslate. or Florida. described ufollows. Notice le hereby ilven thai J. H. Mean. File !\o.. A-I07I
te .IU holder aa aeilmie of City of Hialeah TCertifloau Notice la hereby, given thai Barflelii I...
a. Inclusive, of Block I. and
Loa I U
Numbered< Ul, dated the Sin .
store. lite holder of Stale and
Lola I and I of Block S. of R08SITLR day of June, A. D. l.l.. ha. filed told partment county Tai Certificate No 1 "I MiH
FARE a subdivision In NW<4 of Section. Certlflrau In my office, and hae m.Heapplication thin Ith day of June, A. D. 1 1956 has MM.
1, Township IS South. Raw 41 Eut, ..c.eoHlnrr Redland Brand for lax deed tor0., thereonIn acme In m> offlr, and h.. mad. apnUralion .
thereof recorded In PI.tBook
to plat
accordance with law feed! Certificate ,
for a ta< deed to b. NAl therenn
27. 42. of the Public Record of
pan embrace the following dwcribed .
proiiertylltuited Said Certificate embraces the "I. wins described
Dade County Florida I also In Dad. County, Florid. to-wit I property In the C..untl of ".He
Lota 1, to II, lnclu.lv. and i*. of Lot '. Block 0. Woo Buena Vista. In state .( Florida ...-..lt !
Block I, and Lots I to S. inclusive, 10 to
the City of Hialeah. County of Dade. Stateot ,
Ely Lot I. block 11. Toot or Perr'i a
12 and .
20, Inclusive
IS. Inclusive to Florida. '.. ,
Sub Plat Book H, Pan ,In 'h
and Lou 10 IS, lnclu.lve. Fertilizersare inlr
I'. of Hock I to The assessment of Hid property tinder
(Vat of
( Paile Florida
IS. II. SS and I' of Block 1, of WEST *
the Hid Certificate issued was In the name
Th. assessment of Mid prrperti ndri
BISCAYNE a Subdivision of the NE'. of of Unknown
I the aald certificate wee in 1.1.1 lam aPerrlne
MEM< : of Section I. Township SI South Unleu Hid Certificate shall b* redeemed Grant Land Co.
Range 41 Ea.t according to the plat according to law, tax deed will Issue
eerllflrale hall eilwinnlapeordlnfl
Unless Hid I b<
thereof, recorded In Flat Book T, at pan thereon on the flat day of August, A. D. ,
the hi'dtherein
to law ? r )
pre i
18, of th. Fubll. Record of Dad. Co.nt,. manufactured in Homestead I 140. ,
will be sold to the I n..1 "I
Florida i alp Dated this Itih day ..f July A n. I tinE I I at the Court hater dour un Hw M. .
Lot 19 of Block 1, of COMMERCIAL .
d., In the month of Heuteinl' i v .ala
SEVENTH AVENUE n subdivision otl I Clerk of Circuit/ Court, ,
.. thereof the lint day of ..p,... "" "
loads County* Florida, per plat Dade Co..tlI'lorida.. ,
recorded In Plat Book 14, Pave 15. lemon I by a locally owned company. (Circuit Court BeallBy Dated this l8Ih K day b. LU11t1.RMAN f J
the Public Record of Dad County, rlor- N. C. STERRETT. D. C. Clerk "I" "
Ida, formerly described a. follow A lot (July 1>, M: Aiv I. I. 1"1| Dad. Count"j V',
100 feet on Biscayne Road running bark to
a depth that other logo facing en cold road NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Circuit Court gash.. ,
Mixtures: carriedon N. iTinit r uJuly
By C.
will be.. when some U platted, aid lot I are TAX DEEM:! ( 19, 21 Aui. .
helm located In the southwest corner of Chapter I74H-An. ef 1941File
the of H of the BE"' of the .
!\o. A IMSUcitlc.
BEW of Township (J South, I I. hereby given I that Cha. Brown FOR TAX DEED:
Ranf. 41 Ea.t. hand for every holder of Bute and County Tax Certificate Chapter 11.07 A.I" 11371 I
RUSSELL M. YATE8, No. 10WI issued the tin day of June. A File A-lulx
A. Special Matter In Ch....", D. 1999. ha. filed tame In my office. and Notion li Mrehy .1,- it "' Jo, n'I,
R1NEHART CARROLL has made application for a tai deed tn hehailed I holder of ." and c..."," ,are r'I.
Solicitor for Flalntlff thereon Bald Certificate embrace I raw No. SIS bound the Sri la> 1 Au ...t.A ,
(July ... II ; Am 1. 18.01 need. the following described. property In the D, lti, ha. filed ram. I 1.. M i County of P.ile State of Florida. towl! : and hae made appllr.ti-i inr ., Fat: ii,.,4la
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ORDER I i! E. a...., of (IF** of BK'<, of 8V/V, be issued thereon Said Coo .' t< OP ADOPTION OF MINOR C HUD Section IS. Township It South Rime 40 hrarw the following deirrll''' if. "pal l| In
tare. ADOPTION OF WILLIAM ENNIStWANDAELINOR Your is tail: containing i Acre mum cr less. In the county of Dade Dial. .' f V .. to
Minor Child byt F TPETERSON patronage
the County of Dade Rally of Florida
and of W 100 ft. Lot Rl> r IPW' a
The assessment Mid under
PF.TFR8ON property Sub Plat Bonk S. r.u> 't the
MAY CONCERN the sold certificate was In the name "fi .. ,
TO WHOM IT County of Dade State f I I
Notice li hereby given' that E T Peter Unknown The mowers ant uf Mil.. i n ion and Wanda Oboe Pttennn his wife, always appreciated. Unless laid certificate shall he redeemedaccordlnff the Mid certificate ... lot 'W' "i.m' atB
both of Miami. Dade County, Florida willon to law the property described L. Brown.
the lard day of July. A. D ID40 or aa therein will b* .old to the hltthe.1 bidder Unions sold eertlflcate hall redeemed
soon thereafter .. some eon be heard pre. at the Court house door on the tint M in. accordion to law the pr ",,' des. shed. .
ant of the Judge of the Circuit day In the month of September. 140, which therein will U eold ui the >.'uh' b..llrt
tGofo the Eleventh I Judicial Circuit In l II the Ind day of September II.1 ". at the Court house dour 01 t' e fink Woodsy .
and for Dad. County. Florida. at Miami Fertilizer Co. Dated thll Klh day of July lain In the month of Ali. ,.' 1)40 "h rkla
Florida. a petition and application seeking Florida East Coast E. B. LEATHERMAN: the Bth dos uf A...... Jl
an Order and Decree authnrltlni and deereelm Clerk of Circuit Court, Dated this $$tit day uf J ." 1 .
the adoption by aid petitioner of Dad County, Florida E. U 2.F.tll HMAN.
male minor child known uWllli.m FRANK < I HisUsdx
the now B.RUE.MGR. 'iCIrcult Court Renll I I Clerk ?
Ennla Pctereoni and an Order B, N. C. STFRRETT. D. C. < ''U'U Forlim.Circuit .
.uthorltlni the name of the aid minor (July 19. 21. Aug I. 0. 104,11N'"JIYT. Court rVali .
ID he William Fnnle Ptenuu.Dited MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERHC By N. C. Frt '1RrT't, 0 C
at Miami Dad County Florida I Illation 19 July I. I I.. I
this lath day of June n. III .
Attorney for Petitioner, LJ| I .
Till' Biscayne Building. -
Miami. Y rid.. I
(June '1, 18 July .. II. II M0) NOT.* rnur

I > e.tist
Be lure the rour aa a' 4sgoof I

C. J. BROWN f '. i is ,ou' urakes ve tern -DR. I.. So i\Kr1S: Fire Insurance arj ,.1..ce F IM 8:30.10:

tester it lt.at once each year I
D VTIST ; K nt red Lines I 'irst 1'.0 !IBanki

Refrigeration Se 'vic: D' F. 1'. ARCHER j .. i I

AND DON :Office Hours: I a. m. to 15' fa.: j \\ .6i;

I ; Sundays: 9 to IS .4 N. iUome 41% i O ta E eu'"n tr A) tolateneat'
Electrica i I Consulting C utr. triltl ; Closed Saturday I

'rent. acting 1621 W. r..fler i lot Miai i, Fla.I _- --,. -- --

I Ic. : Free Parking Spa..) q 1--- -
Eye B.. 'don_ Oroundir II.--t"' rs +ex;
I ) .. ..Ired
C .
..VES BLJI(]. iTJi N. W. UW ST.U M1

*' Tt Am- lose Institute. \ ; IHE ., JtLf.1 CO 1 biltRWa
HOMESTEAD FHONa\ S ..bear far optician 1llOSE 1.1131

--j .''1 ecu U r* uraeat thi )i
I ,
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1 1* l1ba.ced MI r '', .
t i /IeertilK 'otia Tbel 'itua)
torn (M ) ..ales.M'. UIt'l..1---: '*irt >flt
DR. C. B. DF BI \ Z ;C ,:
I K/f**a ".. .n, ( T>.., ta bad d]
: tJUr '* iL Wfclly MI.B. tee...
ftMisu k 8a Tae -

i 'I. Osteopathic Physician /halgoA = .

iIfIrHC .I ; rt9taa N 11 ilrLlatt 1- ...IIIt.7A

:.LI. : In. .: .PII tle. ''II "I11*
1 Y ..... tailMIl' -..J 6.1 ty/a5 P ...t b' Phone ::
M Flekl.'. ream. --:-
Jana D./ve wra t
Ilomcslea Fla.
frog teed 9.aq rMoe.
.a lit6s.n..te. II/ftIU ..., .5 MWa
., J .
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Eight _THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, July" 19, 1940

!I Jones What'?" asked the formula the science for matter.water, llIIlIIlIIlIIlItlllllllllllllm?? lif 311111IUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIHllllllr.I 40 ( ( lllllll/ p i'IND

"HUklmno" t p led out the
1 scholar..
Whtt'g that?"asked the master
The scholar slowly repeated the
,'letters.'Whatever" are you driving at?" I FR AN Llal'

said the matter. "What gave you
that idea?"
j You, sir," laid Jones. "You
By A.BNIR CORDON I Ex said yesterday it was H to O..*.- == Pillsbury Sanka Factory Packed Maxwell House S

TO floor dust frequently nil I Flour Sugar51bs. |
polish twice monthly.

4,. t'' .. touching Xwu.up entire worn floor ipoti twIce wbanavwatCMurjr. yearly _= 5 Ibs. .. 23c lb. __ _. 33c .25 c lb. __ ___ 25cmH

t : Before rtwixlnf use liquid wit Kounty Kist N.B.C.Shredded .
1. on dim cloths to remove dirt Than
1 polish oa well thin coat of put. Wesson Oil
{ e 1 PEAS Wheat I
WIX.Q-Which li the molt durable *..
t. tartar paint for home UN?

1931 A.-Quoting l>iu* of from"Coniurotri the February Guide IS, I 2 Iff. cans oo 19c pkg. _____ lOc pint can ____ 25c I
(bi-monthly publication of the A..
1 rlcultural Adjustment Admln lra. All GoodApricots Red BannerPEACHES =
Von DlvUlon of the United States li
Department of Agriculture): Type i Ioc"r |
I paInt-pure whit lead end oil- Dressed
ii recommended. Forest Producti by the Laboratory UnitedState. td J/ No. 2!/ can .14c
( u th* most durable paint for home = Fryers N o. 21/ can 15 c _
I 18 =
i DMTjrpi: Fancy Long GrainRICE ==
T Paint:The pigment con. -'
Sun Sweet
dials entirely of whit lead
for the additions of colored except pig. I Ib oo... 35cliENS I 1
, meats to make the tinted paint, I Prunes2lg.pkgs
j This.paint the beat U choice used exclusively for home own., rem.ln. 5 Ibs. _,.. ....21cl
ers who wish to allow very long in.tervals THE .. 19c
I -
longer than the durabilityof :: ShaverFIELD ==

elapse any other between whit paint or tinted job. paintto REASON' :: Ib .... 30cPhillips Baby Lima PEAS
"Whan -- -
worn out a coating con. DRY BEANS
lilting wholly ot whit lead, on 2 No. 2 -.17c
'i wood that hold paint well,will itlll :: cans
I go through I long period ot neglect WHY 31bs. .. -- -19 C
during which It looks shabby but Light Meat ==
not unkempt After such neglectwhile a == .
lead surface can easily be r*. MEAL or GRITS TUNA FLAKES
painted without undue .
czpenM.Faint I
also for of houses type In If which la recommended moisture at _| Pork & Beans 5 lbs. _____.15c can .... _..u..lle
( time collects behind the painted Sum. people ask wy wf tmrldt .i
I! woodwork. The coating will blister many iirvicn-PLUS tiryieii- Royal ArmsCORN Red Pitted
ai readily ai other palnta but, It the String Beans
, coating consists entirely of white In addition ti the liiie {lob of f gene I CherriesSpaghetti
, lead paint the blisters usually dla"appear crating electricity' wd bringing Hti ::
when the wood dries out

! without and leading lelllnt.i to." i lubnqutntptellng dennijtritlom your dtor. Why, light de wi ttndltl have home.,., | I Ig. can oo..__ ..lOc 2 No. 2 cans .25 ciVOTE s

i\ ( service, modern office facilities, :3 cans 25c
i displays tf UullIun! Why free E
'I{ "I'd like a couple of hard-boiled i Mix 'Em Up
items ecMimitt service? Whykitchen
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eggs to take out, the young fellow
: Mid to the girl at the counter pl..IIlf ( I
1 "All right," replied the waitress Swift's Circle
( with a unite "You'll have to wait e
Mamie and I don't get oil until PicnicHams FOR
These PLUS services make the use
I ,; if electricity mIre convenient md
Prompt Courteous Service 'I' .economical ir acquaint you with X1o/ i
new ways to put It to wort far ,III.
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Thus. PLUS services increase the
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general use if electricity' ml make = -- I
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I deliver It it the LOWEST RATES IN New Cobbler Georgia SmokedBacon Side or Piece
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John E. Davis, Prop. II r-
S. Krome Ave. Phone 9110 Golden Ripe Fancy Western ChuckBananas
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i ,:= Beef Roast t Ib. 25c i

: I_ 31bs. .._......13c i

i ATTENTIONDADE ilI Crisp IcebergLettuce Sylvan Farms :

{I COUNTY) IIt ISif Large Heads 44. Roll Butter, Ib. 33c

t { Vegetable Growers I== 2 for Fresh. ..Elberta..19C Genuine Calf i 5

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Our Southeastern divisio ;al office at Ken- IE __ .. _19c ._ _M
dall, Florida, will remain oven throughoutthe
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who irk'.* be interested in ?':fussing with PEaS Cold Cuts Ib.ZSC I ",

. us their 1)40-1941!) marketing p..oi'lcms. '

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Pay Us ;i Visit I, lb. --_________-10c

AMERICAN FRUIT f.' OWERJ\ \ INC I FreshCabbage Bon Ib.N7 23 cm=

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B. W. LIONS J. G. WELSH.tMrUloa .

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