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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: August 23, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
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System ID: UF00087294:00291
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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a VOL. XXVIII- NO. 3.1 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 23.: 1940 PRICE FIVE CENTS





I City Negotiates With Navy to Get








I Key West Aqueduct Supply Here







I Chandler Calls Conference [MAYOR, RUE! IVEYOUTIINEHOMESTEAD'S



I To Push Lime Law Plans READINESSTO


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I MEETING SET Only $2,000 Needed for Remaining 'PUMP NEEDED WATER

Debt on New Municipal HospitalAn


I FOR TUESDAY appeal for donations totalIng Tuesday Economy in-Serving Pipe!DFri./\rEMF\T: OF BRIDGES

$2,000, the amount necessaryto Mrs Oreta Bishop was returnedto Line f rom Local Plant ON KEYS IN DEFENSE: PLAN

complete paying for construc-I her home In Naranja after receiving Cited by Advocates I
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tion and furnishing of the James treatment. Mrs. T. E. Replacement of a itumbo of
PRINCETON Archer Smith Hospital, was Issued' Evans, who was in the hospitalfor wooden bridges on the Oversea
I yesterday by Preston B. Bird, gen.! medical attention was returned CITY COULD SUPPLY I I Highway, between the main and<
eral chairman of the hospital fund to her home Tuesday. HEAVIEST DEMAND, to Key West, is among the pi ueils -
committee aproved under tin' federalgovernment's

Foulk's Juice Content Testto 'This most modern hospitalIs Long-Discussed Project Is plan for i-imraen

Be Shown Packers, I Mr.the Bird pride, "and of the this many section persons," said' NEW\ LAW\ GIVES Made Possible': by Navy, ':'highway, defense construction program.in.F Ih W' p--national -

GrowersROUNDTABLE who already have donated will and RFC Money i'kin'. rh in man of the Flm, 0 w
have the permanent satisfactionof CITY POWER\ TO "frond department. hat inn un?'dJFFATOLDITHAS .
a TALK knowing that they helped to Preliminary negotiations to have

a TO AIR PROBLEMS make the hospital possible" I, RAZE EYESORESThe Homestead designated the source!

- Mr. Bird,suggested that a club' of supplA,for the fresh water atue-|
\ Parley to Take Place in to: be known as the Builders' Club II ordinance providing for the i dart ft'** tIe mainland to Key I I
Packing House of be formed with a membershipfee condemnation and removal of West a/ national defense project, PART IN PLANS
of $1 a member, and the took place between local city officials -
Co-operative ey be used for the hospital. man-I buildings considered fire hazardsor and naval authorities In I'
A change in visiting unsafe or unfit for use, wags! Key West Saturday FOR DEFENSES
3 A meeting of growers, packers Homesteads new municipal I hospital passed on Its third and final read- Mayor Tom Harris, Councilman
and others Interested In the Red- was announced this: week by i I ing at a meeting of the city coun- ,Frank B Rue and Gordon Ivey.
= land District Persian lime Indus- Mrs. Elinor Robertson, superintendent .cil Monday night. The vote was superintendent of the Homestead The part that boys in Future
unanimous. and water Farmer chapters can play .m the
=: try, has been called for 2 o'clock Visitors will be welcome I municipal light plant
3 now between 1 and a p. m., Instead ,', Heretofore the council could only represented Homestead at the con- defense program now being prepared -
next Tuesday afternoon at the recommend the ference, returned by was told by
of the previously announced hours razing or removal I They Sunday. congress
packing house of the Florida Lime of 10 a, m. to 9 p, m. I of undesirable buildings. The aqueduct project, specified Col\ Clyde H. Hale, commanding
and Avocado Growers In Prince- E. C Chronister, a memberof Under provisions of the ordinance as vital In the national defense officer of the 397th field .irtilleryreserve
= ton to witness juice content tests the city council, and Howard I II ||a building may be declared a nuisance -I I plan because of the need for furnishing -'' officers of south .Florida
If by reason of and dilapidated the naval station and 'In a talk on preparedness al tlva

age army
West, ion of Mr arid Mrs. S. L.
made by H K. Foulk, assistant
West, underwent condition it Is especially I post and fort at Key West withan tenth anniversary supper of the
appendicitis -
inspector of the Florida Citrus I In the hospital Tuesday.operations liable to catch fire, or If for want unlimited supply of fresh water, Homestead F. F. A. chapter Tuesday -
=: Commission, and to discuss ways J. Tom Vann, deputy sheriff.1 of repair it Is a menace to public I has been assured of both a navy night In the chapter house
and means of bettering the Indus- underwent a tonsilectomy Thurs- health and safety Also, a build- i department appropriation and RFC Charter members and new
I day, and Mrs Wm Folliard underwent Ing which Is a fire or windstorm for Immediate construction. members of the chapter weir honor -
try.The meeting has been called by a similar operation on I hazard due to defect in construction I Both aqueduct officials and local guests
is dangerous for use because city authorities recognize the I
Wednesday Arthur French, who
I Col Hale, who was in the army
Luther L. Chandler, chairman of underwent I of Insufficient egress in case fact that the quickest and most .
an appendectomy last I
I about 23 years, gave d ihorl >ut
:: the citrus commission who was week, was returned to his I home I,of fire, may be condemned economical moans of obtaining u' of the selective draft bill
The ordinance gives the building water supply for the pipe line lime
recently selected chairman of a ,which Is expected to put about
committeeman of the council authority would be to hook on to the Homestead -I'
committee which will gather Information I one million youths Into compulsory -
MOST CITY UNITS I to determine the undesirability municipal water plant, but, ,
=: and data for a proposed military training in ont year.
of a building He Is to serve government officials now must
:: state law to regulate the lime In- bet Harry Brown, one of the char
notice to owners of such propertyIn convinced. The city officials who
:: dustry.At ter members, give a short talk
:: the meeting Tuesday Mr.'I END FISCAL YEAR writing, setting forth what must made the trip to Key West Satur-,on the 9..000 mile trip the chapter -
I be done to make the building safe day, declined to make any statement
3 Foulk will Illustrate the proper -I! members took in 1939 to tho
and placing a time limit for other than that negotiations
com- -
:: method of determining the juice WITHIN BUDGETSThe Kansas City convention and pointswest
(Continued on Page Two) had been begun. ,
discuss the
content of limes and
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.3 content that will Indicate when Ceo N. Wakefield vocational
:: a lime Is marketable. city as a whole kept well Marihuana Plentiful in Miami Area I agriculture instructor in Home
.3 Aroundtable discussion of the within its budget during the fiscal stead High School, has been ad-
problems of growing, packing and year which closed July 31, according But Used Only by Adults Agent Says visor of the chapter during the
:: marketing the fruit will be held. to the report of Auditor !ten years of Its existence The
Mr. Foulk, loaned for the pur- John W. Matthews, submitted to -- I[chapter has won state and national
:: pose by the citrus commission, has the city council Monday night. While there are more cases In vilest phase of the drug traffic: i'recognition for its work.
3 been conducting a series of The report In substance, follows the Miami area Involving the sale with which law enforcement officers !- ---
3 tions of limes In packing Inspec-I City administration-appropriated and possession of marihuana than have to cope, but its scope!II. Leasing of New Hospital
:: of the Redland district. $10,730; spent, $8,904.38. In all the rest of the state of Flor- Is exaggerated by newspapers and| Suggested by Dr. Smith
3 suits of his Investigations will be Police department.-appropriat ida, the area Is singularly free pulp magazines;' !
:: given to the growers' committeeto I ed. $6,800; spent $7,15D.13. of addicted minors declared a The speaker: who asked that Suggestion that the James Archer -
= form the basis of the proposedlaw. Fire department appropriated, member of the Miami office of the' his name be withheld, has been Smith be leased to a private
$6900; spent, $611091 federal bureau of narcotics In a In the service of the federal bureau Individual or organization was ad-
Sanitation department appro- talk before the Homestead Rotary of narcotics for more than vanced to the council by Dr J, A.
3 MISS SMALL APPOINTEDTO : priated, $3,500; spent, $3,28871 Club Wednesday noon. 'I twenty years He Is one of only Smith. Councilmen Frank B. Rue,
MIAMI TEACHING POST Park department-appropriated, "There are reports that schoolchildren 250 narcotic agents In the United W R. Bird and Mayor Tom Harris)
$3,663; spent, $3,906.40. In Miami Indulge In the: States, most of whom, like him. were named a committee to con-
3 Miss Mildred Small who was Street department-appropriated drug weed," said the speaker, "but, are graduate pharmacists.The tact the hospital board of directors -
3 art Instructor for the Redland $3,000; spent 193104. 1 these rumors are not based on! marihuana weed and the regarding the proposal -i
schools for the past school Llltarypproprlatecl; .$1,160, fact. In the past three years II hemp plant are one and the same, Bids I of seven companies to supply -
year spent $1,09020 ,have Investigated 360 marihuana, and the makers of rope and other the city with oil and gasolinefor
wiU teach at Miami High School Debt service appropriated,I'cases In the Miami area and could hempen articles must .obtain a the ensuing fiscal year were
: this year according to word received $43,900; spent; $21,248.84. I:find no cases of minor addicts, federal permit to operate their read by Gordon Ivey. superintendent -
:2 here. Light and water department-'even though I offered a standing legitimate businesses, the agent| of the light and water plant
Miss Small has been leader of appropriated,, $44,160; spent $45,* :monetary reward of considerablesize said. Use of the plant extends He and Councilman Rue, light and
::3 the Redland Girl Scout troop 751.98. for any evidence of the sale back Injd Biblical times, when water committeeman were ap-
:; which was organized about a year WPA library construction andfurniture :of marihuana to any school child Its) effects were obtained through pointed to tabulate the bids and
ago and his received county-wide -appropriated, $3,237; In Dade County. chewing the leaves and twigs. In report back at th next council
recognition for its art work. spent $8,20020. I The traffic In marihuana U the (Continued on Page Two) meeting.
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_rage Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE riday, August 23, 1940


pure drug necessary to keep him Claude Mercer Dies Spear to Give SeriesOf mud street Mount Vernon, New Yrk
LIME GROWERS\ that th.rm .to '* person '" a4to of "
from going 'nuts. Thus, you can
Sermons JonahA
I After Short Illness on Florida the **rvlc* of a summons hi rkan.r .
easily see the average dope addict .* upon whom would bind the said des
AWARDED\ BONUS must be a person of meansor 'fondant. and that the defendant I* ever
Funeral services for Clyde Mercer series of sermons on Jonah and above the an *ff .nt-on. yuan,
he must steal In order to have
It U. therefore. Old..... that the Mud
that amount o'ar.net. above the 43, ot Miami, who died in a will begin Sunday morning at the MNtklrntlui I Homestead Nazarene Church the ...h. required U to the
BY COOPERATIVE appear lllil of
ordinary ot Uvtafl And I
expenses Miami hospital Tuesday following
I pastor, the Rev, Robert H.. Spear, CnawlaJnt MM U said MUM on or b*.
generally the. average addict U a face Monday, In* Tth dar of OrloWr' A.
thief a short illness were held yesterday has announced. D. 1M. otlwnrtM the saturations of said
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afternoon at Turner Fun. till will k* Uk*. u eon,"
I He Is- using as his first Object "" by said
CL-, I k relJl 11111/11/I,/ profit.Onr- One person out of every 1,000 In eral Home, with the Rev. J. J. "The Jonah defendant.N .
Sign'Mr
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10 further that this
the United States Is narcotic ads order
fug 1)0ril"". in No. I limes which a Richards, pastor of the Homestead Spear said that a cordial be published .nr. a mark tar four ...n_
diet and he is found In every walk I ud" womb In The .
grow i dil,\t.rcd to the Florida Methodist Church, officiatingBurliU I invitation I I. extended to the pub published' In Lnd..E.ta.pr. r
newspaper Mid
of life the speaker said County and
lame :and A\ >cndo Growers from : was in Palm Cemeteryt t lic to attend all of the services gut,
listed this tub d.r of August.
April I through August 17 hive I at Naranja ID40. A Dv
been mailed out Carl riowsjl, NEW CITY LAW I Mr. Mercer a chef, came to MI- IN ClKtKNTH THI riRCI JI'IT DM-IAL COURT nlle''l1'OP TRI IN F,. It UATIIU""N
Clark or
manager ol the co-operative. announced ami three year ago from Kewan-I AM' ) mix DAUB. OINTV rkOUDAIN (Circuit Court ...11 Cireuk Court
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CMAMLHY NO
yesterday. I (Continued from Page One) ,nee, 111 He is survived by his oP HUMtarKAU, tmi.CKIV a municipal eon By R. H RICC: JRDeputy .
Because of the largo volume of wife Mrs. Gladys Gorday Mercer, oratluK of ta* HUM of Florida FUln. IRA c. HAYOCK. Clw_
fruit handled, the co-opernthe pletlon of the work. The owner I formerly of Homestead I tiff (Au.. 1e U. I" a.p6 e II)
has made many economies In packing must start repair or demolition of JOHN H. OREB ACH.rye ANNIE P F18KKkxHvMuillr : Solicitor' for "connpiaiatntTnrner's
and made a building within 49 hours after and H Executrix p' the I-
thereby possible to.. of EDWIN w. HSKF. .......... I
service of I NOTICE
the notice A duplicate OF APPIICATIONFOR
the Additional payment to growerslouse TMEnnoium BAILEY and HOAHI OPCX
Mr. Plowity said jof the notice U to bit filed with the TAX tED I >MMIH8K>NKIU or THE EVER.OLAVFS Funeral) Home
city clerk for presentation at the I Chapter 17457 Acts of IMS! UKAkNAGK DISTRICT, a
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"In addition, said he, out ofwoo I .>b ..., corporation, 1I advertising and new methods next meeting of the cousvcll File ..A4lotI KILL TO FORKCLWK TAX KALI M-ITR<< AMBCLANC BJRVICE

live advertising. and enw method If the owner disregards the tint I Notice U hereby given that H. I*[ Order CERTIFICATES br PoUtotknH Lady AtteadastHione ,
of marketing have made It possible notice he Is sent a second one In Uittlejohn, holder of state and apprarlni by affidavit filed In the S4-R Homestead, Fla
for our growers to realize which he Ii notified that the city county Tax Certificate No. 920 Issued I above enllllrd. cause that Annie K. Fbk., I.
....'"(*..., and la Executrix, of the Estate
better average prices for the season will take action against his prop the third day of August, A. D of Edwin W. KUk., doctored. aVftnilintathrrrla
I erty after the expiration of a certain 1936. has filed tame In my officesand named U a noa.rMldrnt ol the 1....w. .......rY..ww.yy
All growers are welcome to time T-,caner. however has made application t for a Slat ue Mid of, Florida drfmdaat red that u ta particularly* residence, u of .

flip through our facilities, andIt {mar appear council and tax deed to be Issued thereon Said It known I* affiant b a> followal 11* V

it not necessary to buy stock'[show cause belOithe property Certificate embraces the following -I ""01/,""," ,,,,,,,,, "",II."." II m= '" II 1 EXPERT
to become an associate member:!,should not or repaired II described] property in the I
of l hit co-operativ" A fine $100 Is County of Hade State of Florida : On Your Way I
fixed asap .40y for failure to to wit: = TbrenbBevlkj BARBERINGHAIRCUT

IARIIIU ANA comply with prefers of the council I Lot 1. Block 3, Lualeah a I Miami ;
to abate a+ nuisance j.r Sub.. Plat Book 19. Page 66.
in the.County of State
Dade
(Continued from Page One) Kicks Being Treated I of Florida, I' ; Fill Your Tank at I ....., 40c

the Bible It t In referred to as hashish For Infection of Leg The assessment of said property)

a name by which It hat been I I I under the laid certificate Issued : CL&RK'S SHAMPOO ...... 40c
known in recent years also Its The Rev. Ceo.; H. Ricks, pastor was in the name of: Mrs. O. L.
botanical name Is I cannabin. I of the Homestead Presbyterian Minert I MASSAGE ..... 40c
'Narcotic addicts are an unfortunate Church, will remain- in a Unless sold certificate shall be SERVICE STATION I I

lot because they must pay sanitarium at Charlotte, N. C.. for redeemed according to law, the
ii exorbitant price for a greatly treatment of an injured knee next property described therein will be'' GULF PRODUCTS BUSH'SBARBER
adulterated product that brings I 1week. but probably will return sold to the highest bidder at the
tl.en, 'only misery and puts them I Iin time for services the following 1 Court house door on the first Mon I W. T. CLARK, Mgr. !

In m roger of unscrupulous per- I Sunday he wrote In a letter to day In the month of October 1940, I
,o.,, II I 1",1' hold they are rarely I Ceo M. Frick. which .la the 7th day of October, : 2 Block South efi
ev I ,h1c t to break," the agent : Mr. Ricks entered the sanitarium 19- O. i Traffic Light at

'4)1 ITh I for a general physical examination Dated this 20th day of August' SHOP
.. original ounce of d >pelici I last week on his way home 194D( SOUTH lIIAlIIir"It.

',''i' morphine. etc.-Is often after upending a vacation In the E. B. LEATHERMAN,
['ut. or adulterated many times north. While there It was dis- Clerk of Circuit Court,
Ix.ronIt reaches the addict on I covered that a stone bruise on his Dude County Florida I N. KROME AVE.

j tintniel i, leg had become infected and an,1 Circuit Court Seal I '
"An ounce of dope that cost Incision would be necessary! The'' By N. C. STERRETT D. C. : .

originally $3 it most times mixed minister wrote that &; weeks : (Au,. 23. 30" Sept. 6, 13-194(1).1) I u.AAA.A..AAA.uAAAA"LAST _
with adulterants by each in-be treatment will be necessary before
tween buyer. until often the total I he can resume his trip to
of the sales from that one ounce ot Horns tead.
puts dope will) amount to $137. There will be no prwiching services
"The average addict must pay I I at the church Sunday The
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11 to $10 a day for his dope It he Iita regular Sunday school session will
get enough of the Adulterated be in the charge of Dr. Ira ;J

fluff to contain the amount of the I Haynes. ,1 I I OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE




COMPLAINTS ON 194041 TAXESOn


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Vegetable GrowersOur I Monday August 26,1940, at


8 P. M. the City Council of the'

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Southeastern divisional office at Ken City of Homestead will hold its

dall Florida, will remain open throughoutthe

summer for the benefit of those growers last meeting as a board of

who might be interested in discussing with

vt their 1910-1911 marketing problems. equalization to hear any com .

Pay Us A Visit

plaints on 1940-1941 tax roll.


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Friday, August/ 23, 194Q THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE __ ___ Pan Three! I

1I0RNE ANNEXES header between Home and Per- Itobbon Buy Redland Clarence Hunt's Father
rine to make up for garnet rained
out. Property; to Open Store Succumbs in Canada

12 TO 3 VICTORY The junior team dlamondball representing league the won local -! J. Carl Hobson has purchasedthe I Wm. H. Hunt:e3:father of CUr. NEWT. G. BALL
I I ence Hunt Homestead contractor -
from Coconut Grove by a 3 to t i C. H Woodbury house on I died Saturday at his home In NOTARY PUBLIC
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core In the Miami recreation department Coconut Palm drl\e together.Ontario, Canada lie Is survived
tourney yesterday after i I with its 20 acres oi grove and a also by his wife, .Mrs Edna Hunt
Old Jupiter Pluvlui stepped In noon. The team will play Miami .'another ion, Norman of Ontario, Fire Insurance and
nearby store, from W. A. Malcolm.The
and allowed only one fame of Field thia afternoon and if it and three brothers Funeral services -
dlamondball In the past seven wins will enter the finals tomor. deal was made last week were held Tuesday In Ontario. Kindred Lines
days, the one between Home and Mr. Hobson will operate the .
Perrlne Friday night which the row.A store a* an agency for a well-
local team annexed by a 12: to 3 cruiser now being built by known brand of feeds, he Mid For results use Leader- 15 N. Krome Ave.Another .
core.Tbnlght. the United States navy win bear, yesterday, and will also carry a
there will be a double- the name, Tallahassee.-FNS. I stock of general merchandise. Enterprise Classified Ads, ___ __ __ -- _
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THE LEADER-ENTERPR1SE 4AAALAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAA !Into her ancestor's law offices Her IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINNIIIIIIE and Fred Redd. A pleasant evening '

summers are made busy by the, was spent In playing games *'$

published. Friday@ at R_....... Fla.by .: LIBRARY FACTSAND :Ready stream of tourists and -"James Wallam left Wednesday *
the Seoul OMe Publishing c:.....,. keeping up a correspondence with for a visit to Lake'I

FANCIES I the descendants of the 16 prosperous 20 Years Worth." "
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North 1s Veit at lie pest 0111. ., I children of Patrick Henry is no -"Carl Tweedell left last Sun
..._... lader taa art at By AIRS J. E. GAUZENSvvvvvrvvvvvvvvvvvnn
Hank .. 1ITIrlarlda : small Job. Naturally Mrs Harris day for a week's stay In Key

.,, s son very willing for the government West."
to take over that which Auf 26. 1920,
OEM ARCHER _P........ and Editor LBIRtltr HOURS '
is proving too great for ber failing Two ladies and three men ;
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MARJORIE LEACH ARCHER ..____. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday. health. .II. Irani files af the HeaueteUBnlerprlie from Texas were visitors In Home.' .:.

______ Secretary m4 T........, !-< p. m. More than one hundred clubs antahllrfied Florida Mar Bannr... 1111.aa and. stead this week. 1 y
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Tuesday Friday, 10 ..1 I '
a. m P. m. exist in the United States to accommodate ...... Ork I?, till with rSa Beau, -'Mrs Annie Mayhew FiUpat- J*
Saturday, 9-li a. m; 3-6 PoDo stead Le.d..r. rick entertained her '
Dickens' worshipersthose pupils and

la Dede c.SlBHtRIFTION.... _..O'RATES______ UNiMlalde ".9pm. I who have poured over his Aur. 19, 1920. their mothers on Thursday after
al bade _____.__ ... at her home Redland '
Commit MAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA God grants Liberty only to those works and have an Intense interest noon on road
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who love It and are always ready in the creator of such famous I The pupils were: Mary Elizabeth
for Indian Springs, Ga., on Tuesday -
..Aj to defend it-Webstara ( literary characters as David Cop- morning . Krome, Nandis Simons, Luella Simons .
prficld and others. The life of Wesley and Leona Matthews .
CURRENT Each generation a a finds Dickens has been written for the "Mrs. L. L. Howard and chil- Mary, Rose and John Tower,
many dren, who have been visiting MrsHowards Cyrus Jordan Rosalind Becker
I pages added to history relativeto I stage to satisfy his admirers and and
COMMENTBy world events and characterswho perhaps woo others who consider I II !i daughter In st. Augustine Isabel Graw. The ladies present

helped shape these events. him a dry-as-powder author The I for the past two" weeks, returned were: Mrs. W. J. Krome Mrs. I

AGNEW WELSH Thus It la necessary from time to I title of the play is "The Master I II I home Sunday. R. Matthews, Mrs, J. B. Tower,
to of Cad s Hill", and his love life! -"Green Rives has bought three Mrs Lucy Warner Jordan, Mrs,
AAAAUAAA.............. ............ .... time to emphasize the most Im- I "
the J
., portant developments and leaders has been Interwoven Into the script lots on Krome avenue near Finelle and Mrs. A. C Craw .

Kdltor-1 NoUt .Mr; Webb areleomeiaonfmento so that they may be more easily from a rare collection of private I the town hall. -"Mrs. E. D. Taylor and daughter .

they be !I.on aarreemrnl hla toatnenta"ar .! variance whether impressed upon, a child mind and I letters valued at $38,000. -5. L. McClanahan and wile Inez, of Colquitt, Ga., are en

with his. oplnlona. Addr." tommanural.ration. .. retained by him as knowledge or Dorothea Brands author of I II left last Friday for their home route to Homestead and are ex. .
Settle 8&.In.I.ml Agnew ria.W.III. 86. N. inspiration "Wake up and Live", is Just finIshing |in Sebring after a brief but plea- pected to arrive during the present .

I a book on how to make sant stay In Homestead. week. They are accompaniedby
There continue to be those who The historical incidents of ones
"
and break habits. Merle Knight of Reno, Ca
rail against capital bait without own country are usually learned I -"Wally Walton and wife are

vast sums of money the world at an early age places and names Andre Maurois, recently arrivedin now occupying their new !bungalow NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR '
would much are readily associated with the New York from London and Is on Redland road. ," TAX IKK1
progre: more slowly File No. S37<*
Take, for Instance the big copper correct situation through life. The working out a series of -"Mary Elizabeth Krome returned Notlc. b hereby liven that C. W. Nik I
American revolution and civil War bout the fall of France.. arllCI"1 relatives IOn, holder of ....* and count tax iwrtlflrata >
find accent!) made In Arizona. last week after visiting numbered 1(11, dated the and der .
The develop rs spent 30 million produced our greatest patriots he will take a place on the Keys:' of July. A. O 1084. hea filed Mid oertifl. y
before Each of them we remember for Boston where he will 1 prepare the I cola In my office. and hu made appllri-
"pay drL"; struck. The
was C. and
I -"Mu. M. Murphy
Lowell lectures that he will deliver i tiers fur tan deed to h>aue thereon In aourdance '
old woman's adage holds good: some outstanding accomplishmentor daughter Louise, have returnedto with law Said eertiflrata em- v
at Harvard In October and i braces the following deafribed
quotation. property
"Them has gits".
as Homestead after visit of
November He Is accompanied by I a several i situated In Dida County, Florida. tumults
Patrick Henry belongs In this weeks In and near Ocala. Lot 17, Hlk M. City Miami South J'
his wife, but their children are in Plat Book II. Pane 41. In
the Countyof
latter ,
A Miami tells group give me lib-
leading physician France and they hope to return I -"The directors of the Royal I Dab, Slate of Florid..
me he begun his work-a-day life erty or give me death, has resounded The assessment of amid proven under
through the In the spring He 1 Is the author Palm Truckers Association met on the said certificate lulled .... In the none
as 11 printer's "devil" (apprentice) years as a of: "The Family Circle", "Atmos- Saturday afternoon in the Citrus : Hourk, UnleM aald certlll.
on a little Georgia weekly at a reminder of the value of freedom. phere of Love"'The Art of Liv I Exchange building and decided to :::14hri: h* redeemed according to law
During the few tax deed will issue thereon on the Silt diy
of one dollar and, past months the
weekly stipend ,
I ing", and others have Ed Carter draw plans for a of September, A. 1>. 1X0Dated .
for hard work at that By the word Liberty, like Democracy and I packing house 60x100 feet. ." this tint day of t,iljr. A 1>. 1)49B .
way a newspaper office is a gruesome -: Americanism, has been used so Kenneth Roberts has completed n IEATHFRMAN,
"Oliver Wiswell" I -Charley Barnes Is putting Clerk of Circuit Court,
a new novel up
and fearful place: It not only to speak, as s rope In a 'tug-og- Oada County, Florida
I I which Is 23 cent longer then a new building on Fourth street,
has a "devil" but also a "hellbox"to war" of Interpretations. The var- per I Clreull Court lealUl .
ious opinions have weakened I'Northwest Passage", size about 29x20, the lower partto N. C. 8TFRKETT D. 0Au .
the
receive discarded metal. When
., ,
I be the ( f I IS SS 10.19401rDr.
be has been properly Introducedto original definition until the average a garage, upper story as
The fruit of liberal educationis an apartment.
person ii more or leas
hB Job the young disciple of confused -
Gaittnbisrg can show you "type as to what constitutes per- : not learning, but the capacityand I Friends of Frank L. Skill Leonard W.

hwu The editor's riundwrltingM sonal liberty desire to learn, not knowledge, gave him a surprise party on 1....... I. Van .
.. -Charles W. Eliot. FIRM. aad .... uaSklnl
It but power Wednesday In honor of his birthday
called his "fist', and while some must be remembered that
stories were "dead". others were there l< no phase in life withoutits These were present: Mr. GLASS
kriled" when the deadline' was limit, and no condition per- It is Impossible to enjoy idling I and Mrs Lee Lehman Mr and N. K. Firms U ..
thoroughly unless one has plentyof and Mrs Carl Dedin Mr. and Completely, Air .
neored In the old days copy easy manent except by constant vigilance c......... Teraw ,
to set was called h I Life today is no dearer work to do.-Jerome. Mrs. Gamer, Miss Othella Fuchs "

city offices maintain a "morgue"Ibureau ,1 I than: It was to the generation of '

( of Information where cuts, the Revolution. To grasp the full

photos and clippings are filed for I significance of liberty as under-

reference). But those were the stool by men who did not then

"good old days! possess it, we should refresh our

I memories by reading the biographies '

In hit story of Jim Farley's I of those who were instru- ONE LAST BIG PUSH
taking the presidency of the Wll- ,mental in giving us freedom

lys-Knight corporation a columnist The government has not forgotten -

.t writes that If the concern turns the men who fought to establish -

i out 200,000 cars for the next year our democracy And so

its net profit will be ten million a movement la now under way FOR OUR. HOSPITALOur

dollars, or $10 per car. The statement to restore the famous Red Hill

was made some time ago mansion of Patrick Henry in Char

that the net profit of the Ford I oenf Virginia. ewA the
company on Its output was six time, Mrs. Bland

dollars per car. Harrison, great-granddaughter of

a a Patrick Henrv Is the owner of the

Then monarchs and would-be estate. Tv/rtfly1 years ago i'henthe

monarch, or pretenders to the manrlot artr.burned, she moved hospital is practically.completed and filled almost to "

thrones of Europe are die-hards, '

there is always one ready to be IX DAB c0UNFt CA(1JtDCFLORDART)\ capacity. Have you been over for a visit? This hospital

crowned Now that France Is In Ne. lain

the throes of governmental reorganization RE FSTATE Or JENNIE WAS BUILT AND FURNISHED BY PUBLIC SUBSCRIPTION
the Comte de Paris NOTICE SEBRING. Do-.d.
OP INTENTION TO MAKE
has emerged from his Brazilian APPLICATION DISCHARGE FOR FINAL WITH THE AID OF WPA, and a swell job it is.
exile to assume "the patriotic duty" i
Notion la loyalty carry that I have filed
ef being crowned emperor of my final report and petition for Final
France, claiming to be the legal lI..h.... aa Admlnbtretrli C. T. A. .,
the eitat* of Jennie _.In.. decaaanl: The purpose of this advertisement is to try to raise about
successor to the throne. and 1hal o. tha loth oar of Rcpt. "4&,
I will apply ta the Honorable W. F
.
BI.o"'o, County Judeo of Dada County $2,000 which is the amount to in
I When it comes to a dessert I Florida for approval I of saw report and necessary pay everything
choice at this season of the fn final di.hnrre a. Admin/-tratrix/ C. T.
I between ripe Georgia peaches year and, A. of. 1M rata of Jennie s.brlae, do.eve..d. full. Won't you help? Go over to the hospital today and ask

cream or luscious sliced mangos, Thai Itna Oar of Au...... JMOFRTRUDE .

I am up against a problem. Reminds I Admlnlatralrli( C. T.C.A.WARREN of the aa. Mrs. Robertson to show you around, because ;we know that

one of the chap who had' tale of Jennie Searlnf, Dec 4.
(Auf If, ... SO, .......) I'
\ after
two sweethearts and said "How you have seen this up-to-date institution, which is a part

happy I could be with either were NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR

other dear charmer away" And TAI 1TU1-DRIDCfcavtef Aeta of 111Irill of your community, you ,will want to have a part in it. Write
when It comes to a sauce, the near-' A.._
ripe mango bests the old-fashioned Not/.. la Wrety dean that Word Fair- and ask business
apple "sass" four ways for Sun-: kill holder of state and eount, ui ....I'. your acquaintances for a donation ,and sendus
kale Na. KS, baaed the put day af J..... ,
.)'. A. D. low ban fled aamo In offka.
I ... ae. .... .ppl........ for a my... ahead one yourself, because we know that you, too want to say,
to be ....... theem. Sale e.rt/fle.t..o-"
The League of Nations has about' araeea the felhmlK deaertbed
property
"That's OUR and
folded up-born of an Ideal that In fault the 1Lot CoMKty af Dada, Slate at Florida.. hospital, I helped make it possible."

should never die: that nations I. Block I. kleeraadira a Sub,
should dwell together In plat. Bask IS. rue I*. In the ea...,
peace of
Daaa. dun af Florida
jL. .s food neighbor do. Nations are The aeaaamwnt of aald property ender
but an aggregate of people. If !'he aald eertllkale waa la 55.. aaeM aft .
,D. E. AI... Ina.Unleaa HOSPITAL COMMITTEE
these peoples are selfish and awe certificate ahall U radeeiMdaaeardln ,
t greedy for pelf and power; if they ta fear, the property dearrlbedi I
thereto will la said ba Ike btakeM bidder
j regard a sacred script as a "mere at the eeurt bates door aaj the first M.... P. B. Bird, Genearal Chairman ft
crap of paper", the structure is day .ta the menu af September. A. D. law,
wkkk at the Serf day af -.-..., IWa.
built upon sand and can not en- I Dated this. '101., af J.lr. 1(44M. .
dure the winds of adversity, however I B. tKATHKRMAN

l high and noble its) purpose Clark Dada of 0000.ObaaM... Florida Court
Its failure 1* another instance of Ctrralt (.art (Val

I I, "United we stand divided we falL" C4... r. *-r.Nia. ....) IIUTT. D. &j i p

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Friday, August 23, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Tape Five

'Rheney for the past two weeks Knowlet and her children, Joan staves at the home of Mrs. P T.
[will return to her home in Jacksonville and Tommy, for a visit of several Tucker In Miami Monday.
tomorrow.. Mist Mary I hours with Mr. and Mrs. Ben
In and JlroundHomestead :Lou Magnrahan who also visitedat Archer. Mr. Archer I* a brotherof Mrs. Walter Bailey and daughters *
the Rheney home left last Saturday Mrs. Sanchos and Mrs. Knowles. Norma and Ruby have returned -
l I I for her home in Anderson, after spending several
S. C. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brookor weeks In Lake City and Winter
Jr., moved this week to Southwest Haven.H. .
Ray Downs who is employed at Fourth street.Professor .
I
.. I the Dixie Drug Store, returnedto A. Amim has returned to his
n po; MEOW Homestead Sunday after spending and Mrs. Edw. Shelry home In N.irnnja after isevn.il,
MM. A. F. Arthur and daughter Kendrick, of Luverne, Ala.. wno a month with relatives in and daughter, Barbara left Sun- weeks spent in Shady Grove md
' Mary Frances, returned to I I Its upending the tummer with Wrlghtsvllle, Ga. day for their home in New York Lamonte .'111.
their home here Tuesday aftera them returned to Homestead Saturday afterUit with Mr. Shciry's
visit of three months In Lewes,'' after a two-week vacation Mr. and Mrs. Dan Williams andchildren uncle and aunt Dr. and Mrs.Frank Mrs. Charles Conner and daughters
Del. Mr. Arthur, who Is on a I Hendarsonville while Miss Kendrick Webster Leonora and lIausR1 I Charles returned to their home In home recently after a moirth's
business tour of the potato centers visited relatives In Talla- i
Mr. and Mrs. John And..wWebb visit with relatives Jarkstmv.
Homestead Friday after spendingthe m
of the country, win return about hassee.
Sept. 1. summer m Brownsville Pa have as their guest Mr. .,,,NNNNNNMNNNNNN-N.N.NNNNNNNNi ..,N
, I Webb's mother, Mrs. Will Webbof
Mr. and Mrs O. A. Halnlln returned FLORIDA CITYBy
ys Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson to their home in Redland I Mr. and Mrs. S E. Livingstonand Fort Pierce
.:. and son, Billy, who hud been Saturday after a month's visit In daughters, Esther and Helen, Mrs. W. W. SeveryNNNNNNNNNN.NNNNNNNNNNNNINNN
spending the summer in Albany, Brownsburg, Covirgton, and other I had as guests from Monday until Mrs. A. S. Moye and daughters, .
S. C. and Hen- I Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. John T. Antoinette, Helen and Sue had
I Ga., Spartaiburg places m Indiana, and with their Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Becker
.;.. dcrsonville, N. C., returned to their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Chandler of Columbia S. C.,I as guests Tuesday him Harry and bliss Rosalyn Becker loft Sunday -
Mull and Miss Ann of
nephew and niece of Mrs. Living Coppedge
home. here Sunday Mrs. Harold Faylor, In Suffield, for a O1"th's"Ucatlon In
.
ston. Miami and Mh> Ruth Jones of
( Miss Vera M and brother, Ohio. West Point, Ga. Prnrobe, N. C.

Harris, will leave Saturday for Mr.Delk' Miss Ethel Roberts, who hm Mrs Albert Wiggins, a representative Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Albury The Sunday school of the C'immunity -
home in Blackshear Ga. been In her of Wesleyan College In
living Chicago with of Narnnja, who spent the summerat Church will go to Miami
Mr. Delk has been visiting hlaIt. sister, Mrs. Wm. Fricke, for the Macon, visited Miss Edna Ntrle
Princess Anne, Md, arrived Beach Saturday for its annual pic
ert S. Dunn. visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. in Homestead Wednesday. wef'I I
Dan Roberts In Redland. Miss George Fog] and Ernest Smith Walton Dixon returned Trnii*-
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Edwards Roberts visited the New York' Mr. and M-G.: W. Hadlcy left last week tot Mulberry, N. Y. day from Atlanta, Ga. Mr DMOH
. have as their guests Mr. Edwards' I Worlds Fair before coming here.F. moved Monday from the Flak res- where they will be employed remained and Is In n hospital.
" niece, Mrs. A. W Ferrell of Jacksonville I Idence on First avenue into the I there fur treatment.
:I and her daughter, Lillian. D. Mock and his brother C house on Kings Highway formerly Pierre McDaniel has returned to
{. I E. Mock, who had been visitinghere occupied by Mr. and Mrs. F. S, Homestead after upending several I Mr and Mrs. Justice nkl Rufus S. Sams Jr., of Macon. New York shear of Fort Worth, Texslant
left last night for Colquitt, Scherr. months visiting In ,
Ga., will arrive Saturday to fpend Ga Miss Ruby Bullurd of Edison i Pennsylvania Ohio and Georgia Wednesday and Thursday in Hor-
two weeks with the Rev. ana Mn, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Sanchez of Ida City.
I Ca, is visiting her sister, Mrs
I
J. J. Richards. Mr. Santa McConnell and Mrs
was F'I Tampa. who had beenSIII; n/l1 Mrs W. T
D. Mock. for several months.
graduated from Mercer UniversityIn In Key West for ten days arrivedin E H. Collier attended a meeting Mi and Mr. Wm For )'U' 'If
' In Macon Thursday Miss Barbara;: Bigger;; who has Homestead Wednesday en route I I of the Miami Baptist Animation Fernandina ur spending I W( 'I<'*
; been visiting Vara and Anne' home accompanied by Mr. Neil committee of W '.I U represent I (Continued on Page Eight)
Clarence Froscher who is entering ,
... .
j' his second year at the U. S.I,I ,
Naval Academy at Annapolis, i.
J 4 rived Friday for a month's visit
" with his parents, Mr and Mrs E,I
A. Froscher, In Florida City

Mr. and Mrs W. B. Mills, and PROFIT SHARING i
Mrs. Mills' sister, Miss Eleanor


1 lip ;

.

We have just mailed all growers bring. es would he assured! growers. It is folly

ing fruit to the Florida Lima and Avocado for Redland District growers to compete
m
Growers a check covering a profit against each other in northern marls, .

i sharing bonus on all number one limes delivered Proper control and distribution of fruit

.J j to our plant April 1st through August will bring more money and make your I

,1 ; 17th, inclusive. grove more valuable.All .

1i 4 -,
This speaks for itself and carries out growers are welcome. It is not

H the principle of co-operative, which area necessary to buy stock to be an associate
+
; profit-sharing institutions. The large vol- member of this co-operative. Climb on

THESEASON ,! ume of fruit handled by us has enabled us the bandwagon now. We are helping ev- ,

q'j to make many economies in packing, there- cry grower in' the district by our extensive

.
i by making it possible to make this acid ij advertising;silts promotion and new meth-
-
1
WHY j tional payment at this time. ods of m tMtil1g.:
,

In addition to the above, our efficient Every grower, large or small, treat- 1
.
I', sales management has made it possible to ed alike. Cash advances made when re- ,

glass pill nt oft wi bottle M realize for our growers best average prices quired. Co-operate with the Co-operative. J
iinrlcii-PLIS iinlmb -
alloy
WON ti Ski kill feb if IMrttiH I'' for the season. The larger the volume, the greater the re- '

iliitrlttty, all Irliilif It
ti par .... WIlt <. m Im (.MMIIMUUltllH. We are equipped to handle all the limes turns. Our aim is not what we can get ..1

IfM HldiUllrllunlii. !1 grown in the Redland District, and if eighty out of you but what we can get for >ou.
seders stills ,lienitlii.isiliyi 1
if niifniitT Will fro@ t to eighty-five per cent of the limes are martI A growers' organization owned and oper- ;i :

kin iiiiiBlit iirtlnT. WkfUtikii keted through one organization better pric- ated by growers. 5

KiMlutTim .
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0. DIRECTORS e 1

*. Urt ,;
nil itnrkii mrf C. G. CALDERWOOD LAWRENCE POPE ROBERT SIMPSON i
tUitrittty. .ors cmMltit **
T. M. DOLANJ. CH.ULl.SI'RA1T: W. R. WATTS
......1..1. W IIIIlM fll Vltlm J
was ti M M U Will fir ya.flss. W. ENGLISH HENRY RfEGG c. W. ZARI.NQ ,

ftlS sinless 1 tocrnii tk*

island m if ilietrititj ut asks

R ....11I1. fir M cmnti t.t .
Florida Lime and Avocado GrowersA
iBw iinoin It it tki LOWEST RATES II


( CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION)

Phone Homestead 95 Princeton, Florida


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I I . Social Events in South Dade . I






I.; MISS EMMA EVELYN CHAMBERS MARRIES --ih; Calendar MMM/I.MIIIII MARRIAGE OF WHITNEY BEAM TODAYIN T

NORMAN BENSON IN PRINCETON CHURCH M.IIM/IMM M W '--1 IDAHO IS SURPRISE TO FRIENDS HEREA

-- Aug. 28-Meeting of Jennie Lob- I

Miss Emma Evelyn Chambers Mr Benson, also, has spent Ml dell Circle, WS.CS. I complete surprise to friends and Is 1 popular member of the

daughter of Mr. and Mri W. L entire life at Princeton. He was Au,. 28-Meeting of Gleaners' of Whitney Beam of Homestead younger set of this city. He was

Chambers of Princeton was mar- graduated from Redland High Class of First Baptist Church. Is the announcement of his born In Idaho but has spent mostof
ried at 8 o'clock last night In the School in 139 Au,. 31-Labor Day dance at mar. his life here. He was graduated -
Princeton Nazarene Church to The couple will live in Princeton Homestead Country Club, given riage today In Aberdeen, Idaho. from Homestead High School

Norman Preston Benson, ton 01 where Mr. Benson does electrical Sept. 2-Meeting of HomesteadB. Mr. Beam and Miss Roberta in 1936 and attended Stetson University

Mr. and Mr. Henry Benson, also contracting P. W. C. In chamber of commerce Marlon Moore will be married at For the past several

of Princeton. building at 8 p. m. IUD this evening In the First years he has been engaged In

The Rev R. H. Spear, pastor ART CLASS BEGINS by Junior Woman Club. Presbyterian Church of Aberdeen.I farming with his father. He Is a

of the Homestead Church of the PORTRAIT WORK Sept. 3-Luncheon and meetingof The bride-elect l Is the daughterof i brother of Mrs. E. B. Hayden, the

Nazarene, of which the bride I.I li. Members of Ute Homestead Art Legion Auxiliary Mrs. Ruth Moore of that city, former Miss Lois Beam, who now i

member, performed the conformed Club will spend today on theu Sept. 3-Meeting of Woman Mr. Beam Is the son of Mr. and resides In Aberdeen where he and i

the cellTlonyln the church first attempt at portrait painting Society of Christian Service of Mn W. F. Beam of Homestead,his father farm in the summer
belongs under the direction of Clarence Homestead Methodist Church.Sept .
to which the bridegroom
of Miami WPA Instructor. Business !
Wooten of
The bride was liven in marriage meeting GOULD9 BAPTIST MEMBERS: : MRS E. H. GALLAHER GIVES w
I Anyone interested Is Invited to Junior Woman Club. '
by her father She wore a n vjblue HAVE GET-TOGETHER: PARTY FOR VISITING NIECE
the which meets weekly of
join group Sept. Meeting Episcopal
Mrs. E. H. Gallaher entertainedwith
ensemble with short
iheer In the chamber:! of commerce Auxiliary Members of the Goulds Baptist !
sleeves From the high; a weiner roast Tuesday eve-
puffed building Sept. 18-Luncheon meeting of Church enjoyed a covered dish
neckline edged In white to theo aMISS I ning In honor of her niece, Jane
I Homestead B. P. W. C. at Bamboo supper and get-together at the
waist were small white buttons : M4RJ04JB fOGLE Tavern at 12 o'clock. home of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. FogleIn Anderson, of St. Petersburg who f
.
and the redingote ol the tame material is visiting her.Following !
HONORED ON(":\>nERSART.. Naranja Friday
was made prlnousa style the supper, cooked in f
The sixteenth birthday anni-i Those attending Mr and
( MRS DAN WILLIAMS TALKSAT were:
with small buttons at the walat the outdoor fireplace, the
versary of Miss Marjorie Fogle CIRCLE MEETING Mrs F M. Henderson, Mr. and group I
She wore a small! blue hat withihoulderlrngth attended a movie
was celebrated with 8 surprise Mrs Dan William, president of Mrs. Adam Bianuen, Mr. and Mrs
veil and other
Guests Barbara Jean
were:
1 party given by her parents Mr. the Society of Christian Service, W. C. Campbell, Mr. and I
.
blue accessories. Wakefield, Betty Lou Geiger, Bar'
and Mrs A. D. Togle, at their the former W. M. S. of the Homestead Arthur Fogle] Jr., and '
blips Chambers carried a while home In Naranja Wednesday evening Methodist Church, gave a Jean and June, Mr. and Mrs MrS'1 bora Jean Smith Connie Campbell
Bible with white ,streamers on Joylene Mock, Joy Peters,
.
talk on "Faith" at a joint meeting I bur Albury Mr. and Mrs.
tube tied. Her Shirley Sims, Barbara Jean Horne,
Which roses were I'
Miller Mrs. Frank Burrell.
of the circles of the Tuesday
Dancing and games were enjoyed society -
of rows and Ilene Fay, Maryln and Jane Hut-
was pink ,
corpse during the evening A cake afternoon at the home of Mannie Barnard Miss
ton and Irene Cox.
lube roses. decorated in pink and green to Mrs G W. Hadley in Redland. I(I Watts Miss Lillian Andrews Miss'j

MI*. Marjorie Redd, the maid carry out the color scheme usedIn Mrs Williams also conductedthe Faye Campbell. Miss i

at honor. and Miss Marjorie Camp decorating the house was devotlonnls Campbell, H A Amen, Gene Bur son, Wanda and Johnny Miller

bell the bridesmaid, both wore served with Ice cream and punch. The social service reports of 1 I rell, Marion and Clyde Mender-1 I II and Mr. and Mrs Fogle I

navy blue and white ensembles Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. A. D. each circle were given Games I

with white accessories. Fogle, Jr., and daughters, June were played after the business I !

William Chambers, brother of and Jean Mr. and Mrs Wilbur session

the bride, was best mart and Albury, Mrs. E. C. Elchenberger,, Present other than those men-
Thomas Lee Campbell was the Misses Valeria and Carolyn Camp
tioned above were: Mrs. J D'i
groomsman Ushers were Jesse bell, Miss Colleen McVicker, Mini Redd Mrs. E. F. Booth Mrs. C D.' S"IIt& I

and Clayton Underwood Jean Cox Miss Marie Bauhor Eakers Mrs L. D. Wyman Mrs Al/G/Sl

Immediately following the cer- Miss Johnny Lee Andrews Misi D. K. Ritch, Mrs H. M. Brown. I

emon) H reception was held at 'Lillian Andrews, Miss Nornta An- Mrs H. M. Gibbs, Mrs J A. Me-
5 the home of the brides parents. drews, Misses Marjorie ant Faye Neill, Mrs Sam J. Davis, Mrs. AS ADVERTISED IN THE SATURDAY EVENING POST AUGUST 10 ISSUE

The house was decorated with Campbell, Clyde Chambers, Rob- Mollie Wlngate, Mrs. A. E. Heath

cut flower and potted plants. A ert Lee Elwin Cooper Lloyd Cash, Mrs J. D. Hardy, Mrs O. L. Sho- I
THE DIXIE DRUG
large wedding cake topped with Adolph Lopez, Forrest Bell, Wm. walter, Mrs. Walter Booth, Miss

a miniature bride and bridegroom Bozeman and Ralph Andrews Helen Livingston and Lillian JACK POLK-HOWARD JOHNSON
was the centerpiece of the dining,
Booth.
table GUILD MEMBERS SPEND DAY Phones SO and lltl-lUmesUad, Fla.


Mrs J B. Hilliard and Mrs. H. FISHING Members AID of the SWIMMING Acolytes Guild Ernest Jenner, George Jenner,
C Platt aunts of the bride, received BIG
Sullivan of St. Johns Episcopal! Church' Wm. J Clark, Jr. WUsen Austin, jn7lniJtr.t'I'6t4
Miss Julia
the gumts
the Rev. R. F. Blackford, pastor Hubert and Robert Nichols, Harry
presided at the punch bowl land church outing Curl and Frank Hausman. Thom or* More than 250 grouj viluet included. In this\ I.Ie-.lw"'
of the enjoyed an -
and Mrs N L. Chambers and Mrs. Iv offood this isle!
O TYO"' I Is flit ftm Althouh lone of the orttflot oo
Lathe Campbell had charge of the I Tuesday fishing in the bay at fO not mtngfictuttd In tlto Roioll factories oil' ol this mookondii to

:r guest book. Miss Marie Borgardt,I Miami and In the ocean at Baker's BrodiMo4 w riuly for Roitll sod tomoi the Roioll guaoelse ol HofKrloH -
Haulover. Ivory item whether monaftctvroa1 by* Rti.ll 1 or m do fat P> fl
Miss Bertha Lou Mathis and Miss
Ruth Fredricks assisted In A picnic supper was spread on tlfioutod! exclusively through bull PV... Slorok

The bride Is a .rYinll'j the beach after swim. ?IS i le.
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cf the lute A. S. Guild members attending were: /fr6AlOR1>Eles'rli/ t' F

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homesteaded near Princeton more 'll II I '
than thirty years ago when there I I RELIABLE '
(
was ,ml) .i sawmill and several 11 .. 254 Milk. ,.,.101. *.1. 296 value' "lome flit
other families there. Althoughborn I II Dry Cleaners and I I r- EPSOM SALT IVC SHAVING CREAM
at Vero Beach, she has spent
Pty of W J Bcoihl.
almost her entire life In this sec-I I LailIryEMORP'LiARING I REXAU (3RDERLIES JVC SLAVING CREAM 79CR

tion She was a member of the I lOc value Jiimliw

1940 graduating class of Redland Owner and; Manager (Ocuutt BEAUTY CREAMS R.gLIQUIDR0016040 RANT 27cI

High School. R. 4ts v.U' 100' fur.l.it + 49. Modtrit Char "
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SUITS __. .. .. ate CABLETS 3VCW '
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PASTS ..__. ._..._.__._ __ tie eating( wo os of iqul nlorJlnw
Iea'onwn'. *,with Thennkpie, the 7.MAJA
Abie's Lunch Room I heattrleM method 1 1 i Cool
JUTS Cleaned and Blocked 45o safe, comfortable I IA
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A. B. CORE, Prop. WASH PANTS ...-. .. .____ Me : *(for M pint MillAnfiseptis f.n ANTISEPTIC Plat Klons

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219 State Highway, DRESSES 49 :I sod benl..f 100 11.
upLADIES' UhfJtJ1niquLAI.
DENTAL CREMESe.
South Miami COATS _._ ... 49e ip Pureteit Aspirin .
value
91. value /.K
SKIRTS ISo up .. : eet.. e.r Both to 59ca .a.efe fw S94Car5idi.sR.id
Dining Room aid Kitchen DAMP WASH, It It* 49 e
Oil MacMnelessPrrrrtBitenl
Under Supervision of (II! each additional pound)
ANA ,l iah4fr
FLAT WORK, Ib. __ Te WavesALICE'S .
BOB and AL DYSON
COMMERCIAL: : FLAT. Ib. 4< BaigWitRa e'. RiAP,Pefrofol
BeAUTY
of
Formerly Bryants Comer
($l Minimum)

PARLOR SO APr :=. .4 9Cn"69C
Open 14 Hours si Day WORK CALLED FOR AND
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Homestead. Fla. Rr A TsisS "e811<'
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rood as your brake*-have them DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST
DR.M.A.BERGERDentist EDWARD STILINGREALTOR
tested at least once each year


DR. F. P. ARCHER

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National Bank MM W. nagler St, MUnO, Ha. : Real Estate General Insurance

i Free Parking Space ;
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Friday; August 23.. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE- Pare Seven
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Mrs. James I Bird, president of

the is sponsoring Junior Woman's*the dance.Club.The which ball CLASSIFIED ADS iRATE I

Social Events !room will open at B p. m. and I : I IFOI
I I dancing will begin an hour later. Insertion

Floyd will Wheatley's furnish the orchestra music. ol Miami : First Insertion 104 ti a a line line subsequent

An informal discussion of the
dance of which Mrs
I arrangement, RENTFOR FOR SALE Corner lot and furnished -
DETAILS OF GOOD-WILL TOUR TO HAVANA Ansel Barrow is general chairman house Florida C I t y.UOo$2t10 ,

EXPLAINED AT B. B. W. C. LUNCHEONPhases was held at a dinner meeting of RENT-8-room house, 2 bed- $ cash, $23 per mo.;
the club Monday night in a Miami
rooms, furnished throughout. 6% interest, payable semi-an
of the women's goodwill 1i> come along." restaurant. The meeting was to Reasonable rent. Apply H. C. nually.
to Havana which Is be- Other at the luncheonwere have been held at the home of House in Florida ll.SOO--
tour guests Nichols, 30 N. W. :J it. (a23). City
'oj, sponsored by the Miami Business Mrs. Sylvia Atkins, Mrs. A. Mrs. Sam Specter In Coral Gables, $250 cash $29 per mo.; 8''; in
and Professional Women's C. Deputy and Mrs. Gotch Kufeldt. but Mrs. Specter was called to APARTMENT Hausman terest payable semi-annually
discussed at the lunch- West Palm Bench because of thellIne.s I in building House In Homestead, $2,000$230
Club were Members present included: Mrs. I Krome a\'e. Phone 20 for
eon meeting of the Homestead Green Rives, Mrs J. E. Gauzens of an aunt pnrticulars (pa30) cash $25 per mo.; 6l Interest
After dinner the club members
Business and Professional Wom Mrs. B. A. Waldm Mrs Don Fer. payable semi-annually.
en's Club at the Bamboo Tavern reyra, Mrs. Charles Clinton Mrs. divided two into Miami two parties movie and shows.attended FURNISHED HOUSE, modern Benjamin W. Morris
Monday by Dr. Adele Hampton, Cina Stewart, Mrs. Roy Chandler conveniences within 1 mile of Registered Real Estate BrokerN.
Mrs. Minnie Morgan and Miss Mrs Archer and Miss Ann Lee. !MRS FRANK WEBB: HOSTESS Homestead. $U per month. Krome Ave., Homestead.
Louise J. Mann, all members of .
(J19)
Inc.
TO BRIDGE CLIOMrs. Brooks (aO-tf)
the Miami club. REV. AND MRSV.. E. ROM'ELL, Frank Webb entertained
The nuking of good-will toursIs HONORED: WITH PARTY I Wednesday afternoon bridge club FOR RENT- FURNISHED APT., FOR SALE: Tropical plants, citrus
one of the objectives of the The Rev. W. E. Rowell, new lat her home this week. Mrs. A. all-electric; preferably by year. trees and tropical fruit in
National Federation of Business pastor of the Redland and Florida M. Logan was high score prizewinner Reasonable rent. Mrs Eva Collins aeasoB. JiuigU Grove, Redlao4
and Professional( Women's Clubs I City Community Churches, and and Mrs. Qeo M. Frick Baacayne Dr. and Federal road and Plummet drive.
this year explained Dr. Hampton, I Mrs Rowell were honored witha was awarded low score prize. Highway, 2 miles above Homestead -
who will be the official represent party given Tuesday evening by Those attending were: Mrs. H. at Modello. (a2-tf) WANTEDWANTEDBy
ative of the federation on this tour Mr. and Mrs. Gotch Kufeldt at C. Nichols. Mrs a. M. Hmdman
to establish a closer relationshipwith !their home in Redland. The young Mrs. Frank Hauiman, Mrs. Paul FOR a--stare at 89 N. Krome Madeira Aug wood.23 or Call 24 latest JohnD.
some
the women of Cuba. people pi the church in Redland Reynolds. Mrs. Logan Mrs. Trick, Ave. Apply Mr*. Eve Collins Fed- Fitch, Miami T1919. Edison
"Others besides club members were guests, and the party was Miss Bertha Nill Hausman and eral Highway and Biscayne Drive Boat Shop. (a23))
are invited to go on thf tour," given in order that they might become Mrs. Webb. 2 mile above Homcatiw4 t26-U
said Mri Morgan finance chairman better acquainted with the .WANTED: -Second hand ice box
of the Miami club. "Some SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS RENT yeW HOUSE-turoislieo
I pastor and his wife. 50 lb. capacity good conditionW.
men have made reservations. The HAVE SPAGHETTI SUPPER or unfurnished. I have year W. Severy, tare Redd's Dry
total cost wilt be $39.50 plus the MARGARET SULLIVAN GIVEN Teachers ol the Sunday school 'round cheats. Benjamin W. Cleaners (aI3-tf I IOVAVAS
Cuban tourist tax of 78 cents, BIRTHDAY PARTY of St. John'i Episcopal Church Morr'reistere4 real estate
This pay for all transportation held a spaghetti supper and meeting broker, N. Krome ave., next to -If you have guavas for
Mrs. Donald Sullivan and her
hotel accommodations meals and at the church last night.. The Baptist Church (JuI6U) sale suitable for Jelly, mail post
trips. We will go on the palatial sister, Miss Mosely Sever, save I food was prepared by Wm. J. card and we will see you. Sun-
steamship Florida and have rooms a party Monday afternoon at the I Clark, Jr.Present. FOR, RENT-Apartments. Summer Rayed )Fruit 1052 N. W. 2nd
home of Mrs. Sullivan in Florida I also were: Geo. N. rates. BenJ. W. Morris
with private baths at the Hotel ave, Miami. (ale)
City in observance of the third Wakefield superintendent of the registered real estate broker
Bristol or the Hotel Royal Palm.
birthday anniversary of Mrs. Sul- Sunday school Mrs. J. E. Gauzena, TUTORING WANTED" high
"We will leave Miami at 7 p. m. I Ilivan's daughter Margaret. Mrs. R. F. Blackford Mri. Lee ( FOR SALE school and grade school subjects.Mrs. .
on Friday, Sept. 6, and return to Games were played and favorsof I It Lehman, Mrs. Virginia Wal- I H. J. Armstrong, A B.,
Miami at 8 a. m. on Monday, Sept.I I balloons and story books were ton, Miss Betty Brown, Miss Virginia 1160 ACRES-Wonderful piece IIfI Plummer drive and Country
9. given the guests Ice cream and Haas and Miss Ellen Huff I acreage will grow any tropical Club road.
"You will nred a street dress cake were served. I fruit plenty of dirt has %-niil
and walking shoes and an evening and Miss I ((3880 ft.) Krome eve frontage
Small guests present were: Mary Mrs. R. F Blackford
dress," she said. I I Cutol Thurman. Jane Tliurmtm, Betty Brown took their Sunday I' Only $9 00 per acre cnsh Thu
C. J. BROWN
"Cuban hostess clubs will be Graves is far below actual value CO.
I Warren and Kenny Skip- school classes of St. John's Episcopal -
the Woman's Club pf Havana I South Jean I H .\. CAMERON
I per Sauls of Miami Church on a swimming partyin
the Mothers' Club the Lyceum Dendy, Gloria Ann Sullivan Elaine the private pool of the W. F. Phones 72 and 98, Homestead
the Pro Art Musical Club and Sullivan Jimmy and Genevieve Therkikiaon home in Silver Palm I (a23-tf) Refrigeration Service

the D. A. R.-all in active exist-I I Chandler, Archie, Diana and Dicky Wednesday RARE TROPICAL PLANTS forI

ence In and around Havana. The Clinton Bobby and Eddie Lozler I nIWMWR111NUkNIN.IIWI0Y1N11111tI, '" .1i11WIMM1NM11iW" ,, I sale crteap. Mrs. H. H. Ewing ElectricalContracting
president of the Cuban tourist Fritz and Jane Lazier Charlie t 1 It N. E. 8th st., Homestenda6tf '
commission Jose Ceidre also will I Barker Norma and Ricky Becker I ( ).
assist in entertaining us. I I Billy Carpenter Wayne Marjorie Tropical Cafe '
"The six trips planned Include: and Audrey Langharo, Sylvia and CYPRESS WATER TANK AND CAVES La\
a three-hour city trip a night trip, Ronald Barnes Phyllis: Caves, tower for sale cheap. Sunset Fil
Laurel and Station Hainlin dr and I HOMESTEAD FHOM: 534
from 930: p. m to 230: a. m. a Snookie Saunders NOW LOCATEDAT beg
three-hour trip to Morro Castle Hinton Walker and Donna Lou NaraaM) rd. (p30
and Cabana Fortress a four-hour Sullivan THE

country trip a shopping trip anda EVANS HOUSE
visit to the Cuban national cap- LABOR DAY LANCE TOPIC
' Itol. AT JUNIOR CLUB WEtTING
One Block South o(
"Your president, Mrs. Ben Archer -I The floor show to be presentedat Krome-Flaiter Traffic
will the greeting from the Labor Day dance on Aug. i
carry
Light, on S. Krome Ave. B p
your club and we hops that many I 131 at the Homestead Country Club '
others from Homestead will decide begin at 11.30: announces --/'"",_.. 'IIII. ,III,, II'II"II"NIIX 1

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Mean Guaranteed Used Cars

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-Page*_...*Eight_......._.__. ...-...-- THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. August 23. 1940
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IN AND AROUND of Orlando who will remain for
a short visit.

+......_1I0_IESTEAD..,"...,_...._-"-,..,"'" of Mr.Orangeville and Mrs. Dominick S. C. arrived de Santls Sunday ''B'Smono !!
Continued From Pare Five) for a visit. FRALI
vurutlon visiting Mr. Forsyte'sparents
Mr and Mrs L. Forsyth Tony Rala left Sunday for
of Florida City. Brooklyn after a month's visit
-
Mose Sever-t.ned;;; Tuesday with T. Todaro. BestFLOUR
== Pillsbury'g
from a visit with his brother, Hun- Mrt. E. J.
Rhodes of Miami visited =
ter Sever In Lament, Fla. friends here
Mr. and Mrs:-Wilson Edwardsof Friday. 20 Ib.
Miami spent the week-end visiting Mrs M. Sllverman of Coconut 69c I
Mrs. B. II };Edwards sister- Grove spent Thursday here on bagS
In-law of Mr. Edwards. business. = a

Mrs Fritz Schroeder and children Mrs. A. Oxland of Coral Gables
Glenn and Helen went to visited her sister, Mrs. L. For Peak of the Pack
VAL VITA
Miami Saturday for a short visit syth Tuesday.
Sliced or Crushed
Richard Mjttson and Earl Roh- Once there was a woman who
rei both of whom are employedat wondered where her husband Peaches PineappleNo.2
South Miami, are visiting their spent his evenings. One night she
homes here during a two-week va- returned home early from a society -
cation. Ex. function, and there he was.- % cans __ ...... 13c 2 No. 2 cans......... .25c |

Mr and Mrs. Stuart Shields and ,
family were visitors Sunday at c ANGELUS Rosemary Miracle Whip
the home of Mr. Shields' parents Prompt, Courteous Service
Dr. and Mrs. S. S. Shields. j.a's,the Marshmallow Grape Juice SALAD DRESSING

I)\In accompanied J. W. Miller by returned Mr. and Mrs.Frld SIN CLAIRService Lbpkg. ____ 15c Qt ........ 19c Quart _-_ __ .29c

Lei GARLIC Help Fight BLUE FLAG ASSTD. VAL VITA wholeapricots Rich CreamySpry
Harmful Colon Baclsria StationJohn
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ud wests matter I.your colon may to
.. you .n' .using d'ty./nf E.Davis, Prop.S. _
f 0; ..n'and dl.a/nsea.fit...>O.rlH lags Try TVbl.ti trial Drsanoa.d11. .soakage Come l I. Krome Ave. Phone 9110 2 tall cans 15c 2 tall cans.25c 3-lb. can .49c -
at Dixie Drue ) _
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SHREDDED WHEAT Sugar2pkg


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1 IRISH POTATOES Maxwell HouseTEA

jlQlb. .._ __.19c
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f & A.SMALLHOMEantonti lOnionsJ31b OWN SPECIAL GRIND -

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aa, 'c 't 4 a420 > H GoldenRipeBananas CoffEE 31b. _ 39cl


1 Roll Butter Ib. 33c
With One of | 3 lb. for 13c __

H Thompson SeedlessGrapes Fancy RoundStEak
Our New Construction

| ">. 29c

Loans | 21b. 15cH Dexter Sliced I IBacon

1C Fancy Cooking

You can build an attractive home that can I Hpples5lb lb. 23c I

be paid on convenient terms to suit'YOUR in ..........24cLUX ,
Georgia SmokedBacon =
come. .

A small down payment. (Equity in the i" ii>. 18c I

building: lot will be acceptable.) Monthly payments = TOILET SOAP

on some loans are as low as $20. Swift's CircleSPicnic ||
1 3 cakes .19CLitcbuuov
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Would you like to see some of the homesin 1

and around Homestead built through our
S TOILET SOAP 19c
NEW CONSTRUCTION LOANS -
We'll] be
3 cakes 19C:
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glad to drive you around to them. Phone for
Boned and Rolled

an appointment at your convenience. I RinsoI Veal! Roast Ib. 29c I IFryers


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BROOKERLumber j Small..... .. 9c Local Fresh Dressed

| Silver Dust lb. 35c
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