The leader-enterprise
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00293
 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: September 6, 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: UF00087294:00293
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

Full Text
"... "
.. '. .. .__::;r..... _.. ,. .. ryar
-- -- -
.. ., .. .. .11I'. .........- .
. .
1"1I'o. ","! '' -- ...,. ..... .. :... ....
l'II'r' ..-7, : ,


i *

\biBRAK \,\

Diversity Station

d1.u. Fla

i THE LEA.wU E.L4,-hm"thaffrRISE ''I





As :Margaret Ann Opening Is Speeded

SETAT$84,350BYCOICILMEN It looks as though ContractorV. he said In an interview Tuesday. '

L. Harris will receive a gift of Selection of Ansel Barrow former -

"the best hat and suit of clothes Independent grocery store operator

that can be bought in Dade to head a staff made upalmost GIRL'IS FOUND WITH MOTHER

County". ent" was 100 announced per cent of this"local week tal- j

The new Margaret Ann tore following a period of Investigationand 1
building, under construction In the actual try-out in the Miami

Light, Water DepartmentAllowances center of Homestead's business Margaret Ann stores. Martin Bish-I, LISTING OF NEW Father Discovers Fears ofTot's I
op will be assistant manager and
Largestat district scheduled Abduction Are
was for com- have charge of the produce department -
$43,920BROOKER pletion by Oct. 1. J. G. Deslro, and Miss Eleanor Sullivan VOTERS STARTS Groundless '

vice-president or Southern Food daughter of Police Chief and

RUE, KIRBY Stores, lessee of the building that Mrs. O. H. Sullivan, will be cash THROUGH AREA CANCELS WARRANTS !

PREPARE ESTIMATES Mr. Harris is erecting for Mrs. ier. NAMING RELATIONS t
Green Rives, told the contractorhe "We tried to pick out a staff l I.
would buy him that kind of a which the people of Homestead '
Registration for the coming presidential Incident Followed Dispute
Schedule Effective for suit if the building could be com- would repose absolute confidenceand
Fiscal Year pleted ahead of schedule, and as we feel sure that Mr. Bat row election of person who' Over Trip for Child,
Starting the building will be ready to move will make a perfectly capable have become eligible to vote since[ I Report Says
August FirstA Into within the next ten days or manager at the head of one of the the last primary was started Tuesday

so, Mr. Deslro Is ready to pay off- most popular and efficient store and will continue through Oc. Local law enforcement officer
and cheerfully staffs to be found anywhere" said ,
budget of $84,350(; for opera "We ought to have MargaretAnn Mr. DeslroR tober 12, It was announced by and members of the Federal Bureau .

tion o* the city of Homestead during I store going l In two weeks J. Marshburn<. president of Carl Holmer Jr., supervisor of, of Investigation delved Into

the fiscal year which began I the firm was equally pleased with registration for Dade County. what was alleged to have been a \

August 1 was adopted by the city the prospective personnel of the Mrs. W. B. Caves it In chargeof kidnapping in the Redland District

council at a meeting Tuesday night LOCAL PERSONS store Both officials said that no registration for Precinct 113,II this week only to find that 4
stone would be left unturned to )'
The budget, prepared by a com. which includes Homestead. Her the ictim", a five-ye.a old girl,
make the Homestead MaigarclAnn
mittee ESCAPE IN CRASH I merely had been taken from tho
composed of Councilmen store one of the most modemmiliU'tlve'and registration books are open at her.
f Frank Rue, T. E. Kirby and Henry complete- groeovj home 107 N. E. First avenue'.* home of her grandparents by her

f Brooker, Jr., is as follows FATALTOT1IREE markets in south Florida with the Mrs. Flora D. Mjers, town clerkof mother and several relative:>

Mayor .... .._.._. f 60000 I same prices prevailing heir that Florida City has charge of reg- Early Wednesday night Earl Lee
Councilmen 840.00 Mrs. Blanche Smith are obtainable in the Miami stores ThrrklldMin went to 'the office. ,if
proprietor istration for Precinct 114 and she
6 City attorney ..... ... 900.00
Justice of the Pence Sid I Kendrick
I of N. E ,
Legal expenses .._.... .. 730.00 a grocery store on Flagler is listing the new voters at her I I ,
V. Tax assessor 500.00 avenue Is recovering from cuts SALE OF DRIVERS home on Eighth street. and swore to w in, m for l
I the arrest of I A f!"'' mother.
bruises I
City clerk (salaries) 2930.00' and shock which she A.V McVlckcr Is registration
City clerk (supplies) 950.00 I' suffered in an automobile aCCIdent FOR'41 deputy for Precinct 112 and the of his wife and M. W. oilmn, her J

Auditor _. ... .._ 360.00 LICENSES
that took the lives of three books arc at his his store In Pilnee- brothcr-ln-ljw He accused the '$
Advertising ... .'. .... 150.00 ton. '
I pair of kidnapping In- daughter,
Telephone .. .._.. .. 350.00 persons Sunday night STARTS MONDAY Registration in Precinct 111 Is :
p Insurance ...... .. .... 1000.00 A car in which Mis Smith her supervised by L. C. Smith manager i Frances Catherine Km\\ Therk- :

Janitor .-.-. .. ..._......... 260.00(son, Gerald Andrews and Mis- of Goulds Supply and his I ildson. Wednesday ufl, I noon -:

Bonds .. ........ ..._......._.. 150.00 Julia Sullivan were motoring to Drivers' licenses for 1941 will books are kept ut the stoie I I The "kidnapping v..1'i supposed
Library ................_....._ 1382.00 Homesteadat Persons whose names are already to have occurred nt the home ,>f r,
sale Monday in I
Fire ... ... .. .__..._, .._.._ 5,50000 via the Tamiaml Trail. go on the Legion Auto Tag Agency, on the registration booksof Mr. Therkildion's fathei W. F. '
Police ... .. .... ......_?_.__ 7500.00 was sideswiped at a point 40 miles of which Win J Geronimo is in the county are not required to I' Therklldson Silver Palm drive and
Sanitation .___ _............. 3800.00 west of Miami by an automobile charge and at the office of Jus- register again at this time. To beeligible (I I Tennessee' road. Tin fathti of
Streets .... .... ._ 3,000.00 which careened into the canal on Kitty told Justice of the Peace j
( Buildings :.: ..: ..:::: .- :.: 400:00 I the north side the rond and was tice of the Peace Sid L. Kendrick. be a citizen to v tihea person States must, i(I Kendrick that two men came to

Parks ._ .. ... .. 4,401.00 submerged in 16 feet of water. Expiration date for the 1940 21 or over, and must have I I the house and took the child md j jI a
Is October 1. 1940. years
Mis Llda Slnutcr 4(1( Miss Flor- drivers' licenses
Lights & water main resided in the state one year and I I all her clothing away in in automobile }
tenance & operation 32770.00 I ence Brown 40, and John Boiges Approximately twenty-five hundred in the county six months I He ascertained the, two (
Lights & water, extension 59-all residents of St. Petersburgwere drivers' licenses were sold men were GOBI and Coiban by i

i _._..._... ...._....._. 11,150.00 drowned. Mrs. Smith's car at the two offices here last year. I n description of them furnishedby
Model Land Co skidded Into a ditch on the opposite To expedite service drivers( seek- John Houston negro employee j'
(land paym'nts) ... 866.68 side of the road but did not ing renewals are asked to present LOCAL PUPILSTO I at the Tharklldson home. who
WPA (library material overturn. No Injuries were sustained their 1940 licenses when the make saw the men and the girl leave

paym'nts) ..... 2,000.00 by Mrs. Smith's 13yearoldson application. GET HEALTH the father told Kendrick
Contingencies _.-. .. 1840.00 or Miss Sullivan. I Thursday afternoon Mr. Therk- I
Estimated revenues were set Mrs. Smith said the St. Petersburg ,ildson the father returned to Mr.
forth as follows car was traveling on the Stores Drop Closing TEST SAYS CATO Kendrlck's office and withdrew

Lights It water... $ 75.000.00 wrong side of the road and she Schedule Next Week I the charges against GODS and Cor- 1 1I

Licenses ._.___ .... .... .._.. 4,70000 barely averted a head-on collision. I ban He explained he had been e
Fines ... ... _.. ..____ 1,800.00 After she and Miss Sulliivan, a After next week, Homesteadstores A health program for school notified that the child was safe ,
......._ .. teacher In the Redland school, ascertained
Bid g permits 100.00 will discontinue Wednesday students of Homestead and the I and had been found In an automobile -
County taxes.... ......_.._ 750.00 that they could not help which has been with her mother, Mr. and Mrs.
half-day closing Redland District for the i
the occupants of the submergedcar purpose
Ad valorem taxes... 2,000.00 since June 5. Corban and Goss
they notified state patrolmen in effect of correcting physical defects and I Mr. and Mrs. Corban and Cos
from a nearby telephone.The The stores will remain closed andall s detecting the pretence of diseaseIs live at Fayette, Miss Two weeks "
Armistice Day .
St. Petersburg car was en half-day on
To Make ApartmentsIn Thanksgiving, Christ being planned by the Dade ago the child's parents disagreedover
route to Miami where its occupants day on
of the motherto
Post Graduate House planned to spend Labor Day mas and New Years Day County health department for the take the Kitty proposal to Mississippi for a

i.--_ :.............-............-......................."...................,, coming school year, said Dr. T. E. visit Mr. Kendrick learned.
Conversion of the former Post Cato director of the recently Inaugurated -

Graduate Hospital on N. W. First SHOULD HOMESTEAD ADOPT department In a talk
No More Outside Toilets
avenue Into an apartment house COMMISSION-MANAGER GOVERNMENT before the Homestead Rotary Club
containing three apartments is Wednesday noon. Children of Indigent New Ordinance RulesAn
fr Miliut UT
Are or
the Mr. and you families found In need of
\ planned by owners
ordinance providing that all
medical attention will be treatedat
Mrs W. I. Flake according to a In order to determine the sentiment for or against a city the expense of the county, he new buildings! In Homestead be
building permit granted by the manager form of government for Homestead, It has been suggested said equipped wild Inside sanitation

city council Tuesday night. Necessary that the Leader-Ent n>rse conduct a "straw ballot" of Many cases ot disease have been facilities was passed by the city
alterations will cost $800 opinion among its readers. Mark your preference in the spice traced to water which the patient council Tuesday night. City Attorney *
below and bring or mail this slip to the Leader-Enterprise. WIld either externally of internally Ira C. Haycock who pred -
it was stated.Henry Dr. Cato said. Swimming pools the measure, gave It Its first,
Brooker. Jr. was granteda often carrier of contagious second ind final readings at the
permit for;the construction; ol D For city manager government.
disease and the source of epidemicsbut one meeting, since It was con
11 houses la the negro quarter al
manager the last test of water from the sidered an emergency measure
a total cost of W.4BS. Against city government!
q Homestead pool proved negative is A minimum penalty of five dol
for tb .Coastructk 81 ,
Permit .
> of
maximum 1109r
i t far as CM presence of harmful lars' fine and a

houses for a tourist camp on Homestead the a.me .._._.Ll L >, ....., ,, -...,-,.-. --.j .-. bacteria was concerned, he reported. 30 days In Jail is provided to*
Federal highway north of ; .. '. \ ., .. ." violation of the ordinaao
was granted to Frank Webb

\ n_ j

.,. --- ""- ___ -w...;.:., ..-r....,.;. .;; ......

THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. September 6, 1940

Homestead Building & Loan Association her way home ihe stopped off at lowing teacher will havfTchargA
MRS. HUNT LONG now forming, he had to Sebring to visit her father, Mr. of the school this year: primary
go to Miami the lame day to qualify McClanahan. and first grade, Miss Bessie Al.
HOSPITAL HEAD as a charter lgn, r. The -"Mm* Manic McCall, ot Vero corn; second, Mill Flora Chandler;
20 Years AgoIIIIIIIIIIIIII1HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII marble counter for the bank arrived arrived Sunday and has enrolledIn I third, Miss Clyde Smith; fourth
on Thursday" the Homestead high school. She Mil Bernice Pearson; fifth Mr.
DIES IN SLEEPMr -'RE. Edwards: 'I first sow will stay with her sister, Mrs.John I I. T. Pearson; sixth, Miss Faye
Homestead In 1909 when there Granger while here." Burrow, seventh, Mill Wllloli
i were only a few homes here -"A meeting of those Interested Burrow, eighth Miss Elsa Haln-

F:-"no Mahalll Hunt, 87, 'rho ,..."... ..e we" ..." Duvall store, hotel, small store In the formation of a building and lain, departmental high school
wr.t fourl dead Wednesday mornIng k.ll. Inm HIM .( the H...MM4 about where Taylor Bros grocery loan association ft* Homestead Miss Marguerite: Cadwallader, Miss
II......'... ..'..II."'" M.,. II l lAur 1* now and two section houses On was held on Tuesday afternoon Selma Johns, Mrs. L. P. Burrows,
at her home on N. W. Fourths no the a..ih Florid. Pioneer N"d I
..,.. 0,... 87. lost with w B._ Krome Avenue were the old Peters I At the meeting on Tuesday the I. T. Pearson. The grammar
.:!' neat Second avenue, When .....,.
owed Packing House, Mrs. Miller's house|following stockholder met and school department will open Sept.
fcr more thin 23 years the conducted 20, 1920"Work next to the Citizens Bank build- elected the directors: T. A. Collins, 13. ; The high school opened
a hospital and nursing Ing and a tent in which Mr. Miller H S. Sln elA. R. Pratt W. J. Car Au,. 16th "
Home (n ,ill hcillh for several on the hotel annex Is carried on the business of black- ter, I. R. Matthew and A. C. Craw "Mlii Marjorie Leach leaves on
T( ire, ship succumbed to a cerrebril progressing toward completion. smithing. There were very few Then the directors met and elected Monday for Tallahassee to resume
hemmorhaffQ much to" the satisfaction of Dr. people then In what Is now comprised these officers President, W. J. Car- 'her duties ai teacher of domestic
The body w," found in bed by Sthlegle In the town of Homestead' "I ter; vice-president, A. C. Graw, :art In the State College" (Florida
Mro Hunt daughter Mr Muu* -"WilL Bryant got a touch of -"Mra. Jesse Oossmun and baby treasurer, Newt. O Ball, secretary, :City). '
Brondhurst of Nuranja when ihe malaria while visiting In Georgia, left on the morning train Saturday I I I. R. Matthews. .1, 'Baby Edgar Cooper fell Tuts
( tiled for visit at 0:30( Wednesday and I II not feeling ai well ai uiual for her home beyond -"A reception for the teachers of day and received a bad cut on his
morning She laid her mother On their return Mr. and Mr*. Bryant Villa" JaCkSOn-j(the ichool (Redland Farm Life forehead (Florida City).
had apparently died In her Deep brought Mn Charley Bryantand -"Tlie Homestead I School) will be held In the school ,
She lived with three grandsons her two children with them. Monday, Aug. 30, with a large auditorium Friday night, Sept.
Gene Hunt and Donald and Harold -'Mr. Wm. Van Wlnkl left attendance and every teacher In 10, at 8 o'clock The School Im-
McKay but the boy were In the for Idaho about two week ago place for the year's work except provement Association will have : ==WXtI
hililt of leaving early far work on receipt of Information that her In the fifth grade, which will be I charge of the seulon The fol-
without waking their .grandmother lather was very ilcfe* ghe was taught by Miss Elizabeth McCordof
taken sick herself before I
reaching Lebanon, Ky., who wired her
Mn Hunt founded her hospitalin Jacksonville and had to return acceptance Monday Mine Isabel I
1913. shortly after the and her home At last : her father, Becker It In charge of the room r 1941 STATEDRIVER'S
Iiutband, John W Hunt, came here was Improving" ] until Mln McCord arrives. The
from Lawrence, Kant Mr. Hunt "Nellie gone on a bonds 'to provide for additional LICENSES
engaged In farming until Mil death two-week vacation worth."Albert rooms have not been sold, and it
ten years ago III health farced Caves' baby fell offa was necessary to find quarters for
Mri Hunt to discontinue her hospital couch one day last week and three grades which could not be OBTAINABLE IN HOMESTEAD AT
broke Its Dr. Smith
four During the arm. was A
years ago. accomodated In the building
latter yean of IU existence the called in and treated the child, force of carpenters were put to
tmipUnl *|ieclallred In maternity after which It was taken to Miami work closing In and screening, LEGION TAG OFFICEOpen
cases and stores of babies were for further treatment. three of the wide porches which :I
registered on Its records. -"Arch Campbell got home last connect the present classrooms and i
Mrs Hunt received her training' Thursday from hit vacation He this will enable the school workto 1 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Daily
and early experience ai a nurse I spent considerable time on the go on until something better can
west coast and report having had
in Lawrence I' be done" 1 I
HcikK'i Mn. nrondhurst and the a good time. -"Mrs. I. B. Clapp, who has been
grandson ilicady mentioned, the I -"The Florida City Lumber Co.,on a long visit to Syracuse, N. Y.
U ur"-'vcri 1 bv two sons W. W. I. at work laying the foundation has returned to Home ltad." I
Hunt ,it ( II 01 1 Gables| and H. H for their new building ." (Flor- I i-"Mis. J. M. Holcomb returned I I tI
Hunt 11 Mi brother John ida City). after vacation I .
'mi..1 home last Sunday a I /
Hughe ,of rm I Okla., and three| -'Miss Florence Getmun art I. trip covering about three months I .$ .
other gramtihilrircnTunerui i rived home Sunday from a lengthy: during which she visited relative -
I ,icr UL< wore conducted -'trIp to points In the north, in- I fin Texas. Kansas, and elsewhere
at i p.m yesterday at the'eluding Canada ." (Florida ;While in Texas, she visited her I
Homestead Methodist Church by I City). .brother, Howard McClanahan On
his Re I 1.1 I Ru'Imrds. Burial -"Mi J. L. May, the new principal J
w.> In Palm Cemetery at Nanmjn I of Florida City ichool, arrived I I.
Turner Funeral Milan hud charge on Thursday from Jackaon8rpt. Turner's Funeral Borne .
of arrangements 2, 1920 'I ..w
"Newt G Ball, cashier of the 24-IR AMBULANCE SERVICE I .
Father of A. C. Deputy Citizen Bank, arrived in Homestead Lady Attendant
Dies at 86 in Indiana on Wednesday A* he had 1 Phone ....R Homestead, Fla, (&Uh'1ASMTALL HOME
!been elected treasurer of the '
Frank J Deputy, 78, father of .. .I
A C Deputy, chief of the Homestead $Sow/month
fire department and local' JutfJlitt/
business man, died .t his home in'
Seymour Ind.. Sunday Funeral The Top Ten
services were held Tuesday at
SeymourA 1 With One of
native of Indiana, Mr Deputy
wan a retired farmer He I I
spent the winter of 1933 In Home- Passenger CarsFirst
ttcidHe. Our New Construction

leaves besides his ton here
two other ion. Charles and Cliff
Deputy of Seymour; two sisters LoansYou
Mrs Daisy M Polk and Mri Ten in Registrations as ReportedIn
Cloy Crubrr of Nebraska, and a I
brother, M W Deputy of Lake Automotive draws Today
land, Fla.
1940 1939 can build an attractive home that can
A new NYA camp, first of its Position nt Make Position

kind In the nation, designed to 1.-534.949.._.",,.__Chevrolet ............... 38391-1 be paid on convenient terms to suit YOUR in
train youths In national defense
crifts, will be established at Tampa S.-3 JO.823 .._.Ford __.__ ._. ___I 299.125-3 come.

It wa announced. It will 1.-282,023 :.._..Plymouth ____.._.._ U9U3-3

consist of 23 building and will 4.-16.,31.. _. Buick ._......_........... nU3I.-j
cost:$100.000EXPERT. 6.-110.697. Pontiac ..._ _m_'__ 94.181 4 A small down payment. (Equity in the

"' .._ ___ .
8.-132.312 DocIle 128 515-S
building lot will be acceptable.) Monthly payments -
'I 7.-110.873 .. OldmnoblleChrysler ____._ ,798-7

8.- 83430 _. ._ .___.. 43.927-a I on some loans are as low as $20.

..- 83.256Studebaker .... ..._ UI25-1:

1 10-53.501 _. ...... Mercury __...._._....._ .... 38.702-10
BARBERINGHAIRCUT Would you like to see some of the homesin
and around Homestead built through our
1.130.060 1.138.111


SHAMPOO .>?. 40e Reprint through ourtesy at Automotive hew glad to drive you around to them. Phone for
lM.e dated September I. "4__\ol. 15, No. 283
MASSAGE ._... 40c an appointment at your convenience.

BUSH'SBARBER We have a very good selection of USED CARS

and TRUCKS that have been placed in excellent

condition and are guaranteed to give satisfaction. BROOKERLumber

SHOP Bird Chevrolet Co. Company

N. KROME AVE. Oldest Cber Je4 Dealer* FtorU East. Oaa4flwwttea

*. 'fterUaj Telephone! M HOMESTEAD PHONE'62J'iKet'ou

.-....... ...... .- ._ ...._ -. .. f....


Friday, September 6. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw! Three yDr. ,!S'

Tyler to Conduct of the church and the public iscordially Mother of Dr. Gatlin [Police Force Bats 1,009 1 "La Fiesta Grande". celebratingthe
Methodist Meet HereDr. Invited to hear him, an- Succumbs ia Alabama For Month of AugustThe 373th Anniversary of the
nounces pastor, the Rev. J. J.
Richards. founding of the City of St Augustine
Dr. R. Z Tyler, district tuperin- Mrs. Jane Gatlin 80, mother of Homestead police force bat- will be held in the ancient
tendent of the Methodist Church, Curls Steamed in Oil Dr. B. E. Gatlin of Homestead, ted one thousand during August city September 789.Tropical .
Will conduct live Homestead Methodist died at her home at Andalusia,
In according tothe, report of Police --,,"",
Churcb'i lint quarterly conference Machineless Waving Ala., following a long Illness last
of the church year Sun-, Friday. Dr. Gatlin went to Anda- Chief Homer Sullivan made to the
day at 8 p. m. at the church. Important Glamour, sheen and lustre are lusia to attend the funeral services city council Tuesday night. I CafeNOW
business items of business the outstanding characteristics of which were held there Sun- Three persons were arrested and
will Include: reports from the pas- the Padol oil machinelesa perma they were found guilty In city
tor, the church! school superintendent nent wave that is now being givenat day.Mrs.. Gatlin was the widow of court. Fines assessed totaled $95.! LOCATEDAT
and the Women's SocietyOf Alice's Beauty Parlor. I H. S. Gatlin and was a native off
Christian Service. I The Padol'performance amazes Alabama. lei GARLIC Help FlghlHinafcIColouBacbria THE
the budget of the church will everyone," says Mrs. R. E Sher- She leaves, besides the Homestead I EVANS HOUSE
be adopted and the general officers ard, owner of the shop. "Because I dentist, four other sons, Jeff,
of the church school, including every curl Is steamed In a bath of J. C. and Dr. E. L. Gatlin aU of Oe f ene.r Raerhl.music..-,
We owe as fear am" beea .,
the superintendent and hit oil, the beauty of normal hair is Fort Myers, and M. L Gatlin of sawtr atia.te. Oae Stock Sea
assistants, will be elected. enhanced and Ala ...elrt.see, t\o9 l>a.lJiloUl Krone-naffer Traffic {
i wonders are accomplished I Opp and two daughters, NfLP. .."'-- "--... UtM, 8 Kreme Are.
Dr. Tyler will be the guest on difficult and abused D. Henderson and Mrs. A. W. sae sue a Faa3 low -.evesat e
preacher at the morning service hair and dyed and bleached hair." Woodham, both of Andalusia. Wale ....... -"'"

:1 Your FRIGIDAIRE ,Savings' stall'

with our. sensational' t

pftlirgveri /

OttOtt tta+ R bra ;

cow t>ottOSt .

...but the economy goes on

i for years to come through low

0. a Air. w current cost, and the better food

protection insured by Frigidaire

rwa construction and fine features. .

It's a fact.Right here in our store we have

model' SYS 6-40 the finest refrigerator value that you've

fit foot noW only ever hoped to see. It's Frigidaire 1940(

.6 ( Model SVS 6.. and it'sa Super-Value in

r every sense of the term.

.p 117" It's packed with the famous features that

I have made Frigidaire the nation's No.l

easy tennI refrigerator, but its price is the lowest

'jlria an-tbne LO'e. a:Wiese ever for a 6 cubic foot Frigidaire.

PRICE feature'

Com In and look at oil the new Frigidain

:' refrigerators. Y ou'lllfInd every price lower. .every valve higher

e Meter Muer,never needs oiling a Automatic Reset DefroMcra
Ont-Pwcc,All-Sted Cabinet a Ummatic Cold Control
rt6 .4 Bit Ice Trays with Automatic Tray a }Year Protection Plan against Scrvicti
t! RelaaatFnjidurt. Expense oa the Sealed in Mechanupia
s Super.FreeirrEiclustv. a Staiuleat Porcelain in Food Compartment .
'-114 Refrigerant
n. y e .Large Proven Starlet ee.np.tSatln.Smouth Duliw liMna ...*ndfanny
.Automatic: Interior Light or/iars


I bolds seal Nt asrfruuYftmo..o
OntfMarvelous .y Only

513950hr S165for $19050

hr 1M W.UCIIolt.eIze. far M ClIo ft size
fan U ClIo It.sit*
Ths Chilling Coils
valve.',, Richly b rHWwitliFnjidairt's art In the Waite"onlyrefrigeretorof-
the glesing' wtaiq 01
only Frifidura can ft.kind. .
offer you ttieomplet Lifetune You d"\ .....
list of fittings and Porcelain. and fuDyaojuippadtoaervcyois tIO cover Iuodel
le.turra *
MOOfltVf40 Moon SW 6-ea Mooch twit 4-40

Homestead Furniture Co.



.- .. .- ._. ------.- ,-... ........._........__ ...... ;" .... .-,.,: I, _. -II.: .... ....-



Pare Four THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Fri lav. September 6, 1940

"AAa.............. ............ ......,
( .

...1...... rld.re of .-"..... roe.N .I
1M ".,. bode r.N1.Nn. &:...... .
....... M WCMt ..M> wail MIIMMurk
... Itll. .! Ik* Seat .lfk. M
.._..... KI. ..K., ..... Ik* ... ., By MRS J. E. GAUZEN3
Metals t. 171IN .

AleRtR .. rr........ sod MUM LBIRARY HOURS
I Monday, Wednesday, Thursday,
auiJoitm LiArn AIKHCII I S.I p. II\

_. __ __ ......." nit Tr....rwSUSHCklPTION I Tuesday. Friday, 10 a, m.-J p. m.

Saturday, "-11 a. m.t S.6 p. m
RATESto ,-. p. n. ,

!>.* I..air __ ._ II."
CI...... ., Ita* coaster __ II." 4t, .1X History hath triumphed overtime
which betide it, nothing but

Eternity hath triumphed over-

I Italian-Americana Sir Walter Raleigh,

And Fascism : a a

It is through the medium of history
A* the whole civilized world I that man'i progress in utilizing -

pours contempt and disgust on the elements and resources

Mussolini cowardly act In spring ,lot nature tire made manifest.

ing upon France aid England In I I Slowly It unfolds a civilization I de-

the hope/ of cheep loot and plun. rYPifitS rNE Jot'Y' Iveloped by the co-operation et

der, hit action nan brought to the r, YET IT WAS Oa/0/A/Ar 0BY men; first Instinctively and then
surface the bitter fight that has I
sLAves WHO *fceVhere Intentionally:
between Fascists and
been waged
L ONESOMB fog The page of history push bock
the pro-American Italians In the
United States since the rise of rE NORT/, + the carload,. on the stage of progress

MiMftolImIncrenmnj i tl t I rel't'IIlo.c the connecting link:
between the pant and present so
reports of alleged efforts thui we might not remain in Ignonince -

by Italian commit In this coTTO/V This it at It should be,

country to tirunnlre Italians and ,t '' GQEATEST SOUTHEa2NMAOE dries there I.In inherent desire
Aawieam fir Italian descent
to know about thut which hits
support ""f Fascist politiCK I. being
before Sometimes it fillsus
gone on
investigated hv government igcnclrs H/S W VA
with nostalgia, and then again
end Se' 'letuy Hull announced I
we lire prone to feel superior to
that the ,facts'ut as developed lw 1 those who have made our present
by the \
I civilization possible.
how whether or not theMe ,
arc true nporl'l f Intentionally we have the out-
standing examples of airplanes and
The Italian ambassador In WimhtnflUin I radios that have appreciably. dl-
Prince A miniBlwd our swine of time and
has protested to Secretary limitagainst I'
space Instinctively we began the
the published: reports of I development of our transportation
ulivtrslve activities by Italian ''systems<
consuls, and lays It Is a campaignto ...z'r 'fir
atlr us animosity against Italy. 1 I \ did that romantic worl DIXIE with the romantic story of pioneers, who created First In Importance were the

Spokesmen of lUla.American originate? Tradition 'has it that a Mr Dixienovel colonies, fought savage tribes and cleared plantations I great rivers of America that attracted

organizations In New York City" a group of hit slaves from Mi New out of a wilderness. Its Influence hat the pioneers to their banks.
home of 500 009 Italian- York plantation another tile South Believing that histories ot these
nearly to In deep plaveJ a dominant part In southern Industryand
born persons, were qulok to declare Her* the slaves were In strange surroundings development' A few years after Jamestown rivers would prove Interesting

that American citizens of and !became homesick Tliey 'wanted lo go".k ,n was settled cotton was planted at New. I hart rwidintf contracted matter, to Farsar publish und a Bine-series

Italian origin would be firm In where they were horn to Mason Dixie a (and. port Newt, Virginia Next the first settlers fit "The Rivers of America" lIy

their' allegiance to their adopted I which' to them typified a paradise on eitrth of the are commercial production different authors The Arkansas"by
country and would stand united Their drum celebrated In which which later extend to all the other southern
fcehhid the national defense plans were : tang Clyde Brian Davis hat recently
Two Italian "language newspapers, 1 I soon spread to other plantations, and lit Shoe titles. After the advent of Eli Whitney'scotton been acquired by your local library

the largest Italian dallies In the' the) term "Dixie J-and" became transferred to gin In 1703 cultivation began to surge I .. ..

Uilted States, expressed regret their new homes end thus became a name foe forward and cotton became cane of the greatest The author begins at the source

editorially, that Mussolini decid- I the South. So well did It fit the traditionof commodities on earth Today, he. Sooth leaijs of the river In the :Rocky Mountains -

ed to fight against the side that'I tU SoulMand tW "Dixie"'eventually came the entire world In production el cotton which. taking in turn. the Colorado

leas United States sympathi" to mesa only that section of the imiuhy Below directly effects a far greater turnover <4 onm. towns mushroomed into booms by

In its June Issue II Mondo, an Mtnn and Dbron't LIne. funds than any o ker product In Florida, the gold rush of the nineteenth

i Italian magazine published in New Ilea irMory of eorton projection In Dixie btU nvcMM fawn Cotton anal .. niaiAmasriniatj'iiatwutj ccptury Leadville, one of the Important "

;York says, In part: Ms rid y .J tU South Iteelf. It It Interwoven $1.600.000If. trading rlmwn'It' that '
time, wit the product of greed
"The Italian people hare been
and untamed impulse where Inw'.nd

dragged'win When Into Mussolini this war against stabbed their his .......... ...................................... Almost simultaneously "Lind," ,It ..._""!' ..,.- "". order did not exist, v,_,
neighbor In the bade with the cynicism Chicago; uttered a contradictory Children i in Court Mr. Davis .cites, 'the /act that I
CURRENT statement saying. "There ire still ,'
worthy of his whole debauched UO more miles of liver 'scenery tp. '
career, he really stabbed (interests m this .country and Hy Je4te .Maieeba BatrieldTHC will be added to the already ,Incomparable
abroad that will do .their utmost I
COMMENTBy waterway if certain
tile best Italian Interests, the most .
to Involve ut In the war. Against government Improvements aft
glorious Italian tradition, everything -
the Italian people have held AGNEW WELSH these Interests we must be continually DDTT OF, TUB CHURCH made. .

Wear for mlllenlums Encouraged tAJ..........A............................I on our guard,. but American The church stands In a splendid At In the case cf any success: ,

ky, the determination of the American Mlkir't Nouc Mr woks mom_ opinion Is now, definitely In.ovwwhelmlnplY' d, position to. educate adults to the competition soon follows, Another -

people to rise te the defense e..a..s so aM "C..e.ww;. _. spajwt our UYvolvement. importance 'IS delinquency prevention publishing company it now"
.... .
ta .. .
jf the things which are theirs and tlMt wll_ tow .ri...retar.. UrM ftl Mnmoi.tM .-\When the church b called, sponsoring t series vt 'The Oceans '

urt-liberty, democracy, human .. >.. u ...... Violate, S4I N. B. a e e upon to assist In reclaiming a of the World".. Recently Dodd
eights, spiritual tl'f'dom-w. lay Silk .... Miami Fte. Tht City of Miami Reach voted I :youngster, there is no stigma attached Mead announced a series ot biographies -

that the forces of Italian drmac.r. Til said there. four applications $500 form its publicity fund to I to Its Intervention the of the states under the

.", together with the forces of on file witty, !,e federal bureau send Dude County Vol lure', (Fo r- cast Consequently, any movement general heading, Soverlgn States

democracy throughout the world, for a tourth Adio station In ty-and-Elght) "locomotive" to the I on the part ot the churches to offer Anew book by Lin Yutang, described

:will win" Miami national Legionnaire encampment specialized courses to ministers so at being, In the same spirit

The order, Sons of Italy of New in Boston next month. that they can actively engage In at "The Importance of Living",
;York state, which was formerlyla Time was when a considerablefun a this Important work Is to be highly will, be published in November.Its .

the, hands ot the Fascist leaders was had about the story of a Lieut Arthut O Keene editorof commended. It Is a 'recognized title will be,-'The Little Crick-
who were exploiting It for Fascist who had the Florida Veteran, auks which I duty of every church to Interest et."
man a that would
action and propaganda has shoot around i tree gun Now a patent of these it shall be- Itself in the problem of the children 'Tho tiedslde Book of Famous

now passed Into the hands of real has been granted on a war Battleships or bridle paths who are ,not receiving religious British Stories" brings ut. all In

:American leaders such as Edward weapon with a curved barrel to Submarines or sewing circlet? /training Such bays and I one compact volume. the best of

Coif, deputy commissioner of fire from a trench without exposing 4ua-chasert: or swimming pools?, girl*, are worth saving; In many the stories which were so important -
public welfare of New York City Instances: they can be remoldedinto I
: the gunner, Destroyers or dancing schools? to us In the yean when we
TJr Charles Yams, chairman of Airports auditoriums ardent converts Church
a a t or I had plenty of time to read the
the medical board, New York City A national magazine states that Airplanes or, athletic centers? members could well devote i part> things we liked best and which are
retirement pension system, and Pilots or playgrounds? of their leisure time to aVrange inextricably bound with all
the Black Death (bubonic plague) up
Charier Polelti lieutenant governor Armies or art galleries* a program for contacting children that we call our education
In the 14th
carried 25
century off
of New Yerk state These Tanks or theatres who are in no way affiliated with Core Johnson
consldtrt writinga
million and the 1(18
people, ,
men are loyal Americans and havekeen sweepof Powder any church.
Influenza aver the world tooka plants or picnic grounds. book that would deal more tally
direct and open In their repudiation toll of ten million lives Munitions or museums with her girlhood In the Midwest

of Mussolini and what Guam or golf courses? a married daughter, but the reference than duet her current book, "I
he stands for Rifle ranges or recreation cen, to ,the secretary Married Adventure".
On the other hand the "..arlat1ft. When we get to meddling with ten
the affairs Is confined to this one sentence The friends of the library who
of other
.. in New York City has be-, nations and Well, you look over the Uit and t
: "Paul Wilson
is donated
to "You the name bocks during August are:
bold and threateningto they say us, got a Monroe
eoine more
see which think
Doctrine lint ye?" we have to you are more t of Mix*. Perkins' husband' She 1s Eleutior Robinson, John Little, Mrs
American citizens of Italianextraction conducive
to well-being and to
who stand far the I fumble for a replyVMien civilization branded at being very talkative Marcia Ewing, A. R. Livingston
up I One of my choice stories concernsthe and Robert Oaiucnt.
form of II a a
American government
Oriel Delia Stlrpe, which Is the I such seasoned veterans 'Vengeance Is Mine, salth the I'I words taciturnity, U you please the economy ot Calvin in I A few of the pleasant things

allotted mouthpiece of Fascist organizations as Gen. Pershlng Issue a warningit Lord. Itt mine, too: a D.D&friend Coolldge One Sunday Mrs C. did connected with library work are:
In the United States, is time to sit up and take notice the cheerful greetings of tho patrons
I recently stated that he wai i not him I to church
attacked Mayor La however much : j 1.m and : the satisfied borrower: having -
has Guardia' we may dlslke obliged to have a tooth extracted, wit reticent I reply 'Well
vehemently because La Guardia, his advice He urges the U. S. to Eleanor Robinson at assistant

dared to attack racism In a recent : send SO destroyers to the immediate One of the popular magazine, on war his the return sermon ashed about: "Calvin?" ,"Sin what" In junior department on Saturdaymornings

Issue the paper said 1 aid of England: "to the the clink of coins when
prints, is ot July 27, the life-sto ry reply "Well what did the minister
"We a Chinaman to b emayor war the other dropped into the money jar; having -
prefer on side of the Atlantic of Madame Secretary of Labor"Mist' ,. have to say about it?" was her
of New York City. than anKalian ," adding. "I to solemnly I lost book returned; register-
say you Frances Perkins, who, b y next! inquiry, to which Mr. C
1 of the type ot Le Ou.rdl..1 tomorrow may be too lAte.* the way, is not a "mist" havlnf I I plied, "lie was agin H," re-idun.tiuns of patrons magazines; and or receiving boou.r .




September 6, 1910 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Five t

., -
!where he will be stationed in tile where their homo Is, miter Day holidays visiting here with
air corps of 'l.he'U. S. navy He spent the week-end 1 her sister, Mn. Rudolph M IItlloon.
In and Around I has just completed training at Florida City visiting Mrs II l _

Peniacola.Lester unclu and aunt. Mayor Move Sever has purchased the

I Arches Lawrence Docker. F E. C. section Maine on Eighth
nn of Mr and .1 street and moved It to his "'nacre
Homestead Mri. Den Archer returned Tuesday I Mr. and Mn harry trait on Caves avenue
from a vial of several monthsat 1 i Miami visited relatives... : -
Carols, the farm of his uncle I SalUl'\llIY to Mondiy. Mrs Frank Stalling and .won,
.. I and aunt, Mr and Mrs James M I marriage In June Mrs. I, Skipper| of South Miami wire

Mr and ..I.... 11 C Nichols !Mid,tow, Mr and Mri Rudolph Acbi, Carson near Kenans\lllc Fla. |j Mix Eloise MiDaUd \\h visitors In Florida City Friday.
tons, Hubert and Bohjjy moved tin I Union Cm She visited also I |hood was spent let Fluiliiii
this week to Fort Tierce where fin I Mcntone. Ala.. and in Tuscaloosa Miss Leona Pritchard of MIami I C. AMrloh has secured m- t't'L.
Mr. Nichols Is stationed at an engineer Alii. with her litter, Mil li spending several days with Mrs I I The Liidles' Aid of the ployment at OpIIIIl'k"
of tho state road department : W. B. McMHliun, and In Winter E Elder In Princeton. ity Church hold its regular
I IJ. Walton Dixon 'lift for
i Park, Fla, with her son Wm. Ed Wednesday afternoon at the recently
a business trip to Virginia
wards. Robcit E. Lee of Marlannn, Flu. of Mri Roy ChundlvrMm .
Mr. aad Mrs Jack GatUn returned who has boon visiting his uncle Mrs John Cook entertained'
I Friday from a honeymoon Miss Louie Long Fitzpatrick left and aunt Mr. and Mn Curtis Lee Anthony Cucclardo Wednesday with a surprise party \
., In Wsupaun, Wis. Before her Saturday fur Everglades City to In Redland will lee next week I Friday from Tampa far a for her U-n-jenr-old daughter
I marriage lust June In Wisconsin, resume her position as teacher ol for Auburn, Ala., whore he will two we.'k'Ith her Carolyn. Punch and birthday coke .'I J v
"., Mrs. Gatlin was Miss Betty Louise home economics In the school ol be a student at Alabama Poly and Mrs Joe Torclne.J. were sensed to the following: Feldu -
Harris daughter of Mr. and ,Mrs. I that town. technic Institute. and Christine Sutton, Ethel:

Vane) Harris of Redland. I W. Freeman returned] Lott Albert Newton Oncvlcve r.; I,
I Clement Russell son of Mrs. V. Mr. and Mn Frank Lardon returned dRY from CIIILk burg, Cline, Jen-dean TaniIyn, Charles, :. l'
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bleier returned H. Russell of Nurmija left Tuesday i to their! lime on Richard where he hud been ..> George and Daniel Morton TxinnteOrech. 'J ,.
I to Homestead Monday after ,for Lakeland where h tI will bea I road last week after spending! the summer Jr., Elisabeth Alfredo,
having spent the summer attending sophomore at Florida Southern summer at Miami Bench W Hurt Marjorie, Wanda and RoN',rt
'" Peabody College at Nashville ,College, I I Little Edward no 'Ja"<'kie Cook Mil Lonnle Crecih Mr. T i
L Tenn. Before starting home Mrs Annie Proper left Mondayfor dler, sons of Mr."lujd Mr Labia'r and Mn \Tm Hiwkii Mr. J II
they visited relative of Mr. Bleier Mn W. L. Neeley and son, Donald her homo In St. Petersburg I Chandler, undrrwiJ( e Newton Mrs Edith Tamt'lyn. 1\1".,. i
In Appleton, Wis. returned Tuesday firm Lakeland after a visit with her brother and for removal of their tonsils, Naomi Dares and the hONI,'"" .

; and Wauchula where they uster-ln-law Mr. and Mri A. D. d.iy'at the Janus Archer John A. Duluny, mayor of r">- i
; A. F. Arthur returned Tuesday hud spent three months visiting Foglu In Nnnmja Mn Proper! also Hospital I hokeo, has nmiounred tlviit ''lie
", utter a 13.ouo-mllo tour of thepotato relatives and friends. visited another sister, Mri Chan
stain plans to build mi iiddii I'''nato
Thompson of Key West L. Fors "
markets of the United > motored to the local farmer market M
Stutel. iln James Ncsbitt und n Min, dlna Monday to spend the Joe, who have spent five weak Mm Goo P Wright Is 111 nt her his son and I I plant All the !latest ,odra,"<'-
,> Mr. and Mrs. Chan G Turner Uniting in Johnson City Tcnn, home in Redound; this vtctkMr and &lri Wm. Foriyth, menu In pre-iiKillim wiener \' ,II
and their daughter, Jewell, and and Cordite and Albany, G.I, returned and Mri Cult Lee: had HI bring home Mil L. For. I be ini/m poruttvl In Its r< uprsent.|
von Jack returned to their home to Homestead Saturday guests Sunday Mr and Mn M LMeyrrs I hud been visiting there for a The new plant will hate a -t...-
here l lust week lifteD having spent! and children, Gloria and "age caiMirity of four cum, Ou\i\,,,ny,
lallM weeks in Marykcid. VhgHriii Curtis/ Luc nnd diiuiilyter, Carol, Bert, of Miami Bench: o'and: TIrs.|1 I Miss Mary Decker lift said-rMS.
mid D. C. Ruth Stone fit Miami. Tluirs-1 on a short vacation In North
Washington Joy and Janice returned
day Ml.. Estl. Smith, Mini Cora'I'll olina ..--------
morning from Marlann.i, Fla. Carat i
und Mini Jimmlu
Mrs Charles Camp who spent hud been visiting in Waycross, lie ,
Thomas, all of Miami, Anne// Mr. and Mri Hubert Prompt, Courteous 8rr\ke.
three' months visiting her ion and Ga., Montgomery, Alu, and Pen-
I and Mrs. Lee turned Wednesday from a I II the
daughter-in-law, Mr and Mri. sacola and Mtirmnna for the past I tion N. -j s
trip to Elizabeth
Paul Z Camp, In Washington, D. five weeks and her father accompanied -
C.; her sister, Mrs B. F. Dvlng- by Joy and Juice, Mrs Charli" Lair and d New York City, where they I SINCLAIBService
fiat., and her niece Mrs John S.Sargent motored to Muriannv to bring her Mrs. Devine Elton Ullhtrr'l the World FairMrs ,

In Chicago and other relatives I home 4 M -.. wovk from a visit In Union McRae and
and friends In Wisconsin and '
Indiana, returned her home in Edwin Lawrence will leave the Mr. and Mrs T. E Kirby had ill)dren. Barbara and Danny StationJohn
left Tuesday for Tampa
, '.edlaad Au,. 29. first of next week for the University their guests Tuesday Mn Klrby'slisters i 1
with Mri Me
1. summer spent
Mri P Hendsy Miss
of Georgia at Macon whorehe lister Mrs J. H. Dlxon Davis, Prop. ,
Susie Butts of MiamiFLORIDA
Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Denby an- will be I senior I
ntunce the birth of a nine-pound .WNINMNW........?.....,.. WNNMNNNNNW W W/NI Mrs Dim naberlandt and I A. Hrome Are. Phase .1H-
son, George Nichols, at their home Mn B. E. Gutlm went the Labor
CITYBy Bobby of Miami spent the ---------- )
Monday. Duy week-end visiting friendsat Mr*. W. W. Savery

Mn. Ben Archer, president of Miami Beach. .NNM W NN/NNIN W MNNNINNNNMINNN W NN W NNM / 11
ilGote. OuJt.d/f9' .
the Homestead Business and Professional Mrs Ida II. Elchenaerger and The Florida City Community !: '
Women's Club. and Mn :Mn W. H. Kiuicll have returnedto Church will observe 'National
Sylvia Atklni of Redland will goer I 'their home in Naranja from Prayer Sunday" on Sept. 8. "Let Sears Poebuck Co. !
I' to Miami this afternoon to ]loin A' short business, trip to Alto Ga. us all go to church and pray for )
. 0 the BPWC.. delegation that will 't. peace to come into the hearts of! ,
leave tonight on the steamship Air. and Mn Harry Cooper and mankind" sayi the pastor, theRev I BISCAYHb BOULEVARD: AT 131 ST. : I
Florida to make a good win visit ]Mrs S. A. King have as their W. E Rowea "We cordially 1 1I" j
"s. I"to Caba,. partlcuIatVpavBiM. '.and''j guest for I Sew days Mrs. Earl i invite you to worship with us" .
I' j I its environs Wall of Kansas City. Wm. Wan, : ,
: .. ; .. .. ',": ..;...:.;...J" ,' 'j son I 'of Mrs Wall, who also visited Mn Roger :Snow and son Philip "
Mr. and Mri: "Ca" Williams J Ben left Monday for Key West ] left Tuesday for Fort Pierce,
. and daughter, Mary, Eleanor and I II' PLENTY or nil PARKING SPACE: i iI

Barbara returned Friday M their, i
home In Model '

summer.vitle.' APPLICATION :i
. ,;
... f '
Mrs. E. J. Dyal and.daughters,1 1 FOR YOUR I Redland Brand
Jva and Nina, returned Sunday'I *
Iron their I summer home 'I In Hen- ,
denonville, N. C, where they
keen for the past three hav'l ,
Both girls will leave next" Driver's License :

.for Stetson University where Mini
Iva will be a junior and Miss Nina,|

A. freshman. "I (Beginning Monday, Sept. 9) are manufactured in Homesteadby

Jack Krome left Monday for,
Princeton N. J., where he will\
eater his senior year at Princeton 'I' a locally owned company.
University. !
Mn. Virginia Edwards returned; Mixtures are carriedon
:Aug 20 after a three-month visit'
with her son-in-law and daughtmn'ttmf"mtt'ttmrb -;
hand for
+tgtfmTr I every

On Tour WayThroat
_' h Fellows Bid?. Homestead, Fla. need.

Booth Miami OPEN FROM a A. M. TO 8 P. M.

Fill Your Tank at Your patronage is

'v I

!, CLARK'S always appreciated.


GULF PRODUCTS REALTORReal Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.


Estate General Insurance
:: S Blocks South of -
SOUTH MIAMI i Cor. Palm Ave. and At e. D Florida City Fla. ,
:. ,,,,, ,,..,,. ,,,,,, I
"' 'm.nucu.' '''''''' "' "'' I
.. I

r t

Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday September 6, 194Q.::

I I manna Social Events in South Dade moons :




Mr, and Mn. James Archer mother wont a periwinkle blu e Sept. (-Meeting e of>> yearbook AU women who are members according to the wishes of the so-

Smith. Jr, whoM marriage too: dress of shadow material, wit and program committees of Home; 0 f the Homestead Methodist ciety.
stead senior and Women'
place Thursday, Aug. 29, In Tam pa,, white accmarlai. She wore corerrs junior The W. M. S donated to the
Clubs Church are urged by Mrt. Dan '
returned yesterday by plant fra I sage of lavender orchids. James Archer Smith Hospital 7)
honeymoon trip to Havana andre I Immediately. after the cere mart; Sept. 7-Food tale sponsored bj Williams, president of what has pair of pillow caret which had.
at home at J2I SMonia avenue a reception was held and a buffet s Homestead Woman's Club for benefit been the Woman's Missionary Society been made by the members.

Coral C.b.... luncheon served at the bride',s of municipal! hospital V> attend a charter meeting In the efficiency contest of the

Mr. Smith It the ton of Dr. tat i home. Sept 6-Meeting of Episcopala Sept. 17 of the Women's Societyof five circles, the Jennie Lobdell

Mrs J. A. Smith of Homesteadand ,, For traveling the bride wore < Auxiliary. Christian Service of the combined -; Circle has a score of 17. points;,-.
hit bride, the former>> Miss, navy blue dreim with e thor jack, Sept. 9-Business meeting of Methodist churches, whichIs I the Mollie Wingate IT6; the Pearl
Florence Miriam RobeT'A Is the, et embroidered in white wool ana d Junior Woman's Club to take the place of the W. M. S.' Davis 127; and the Marian Fleltat
daughter of Mr. and Mrt. Benjamin mall blue tailor nom and the Outlook circlet ire tied
navy Sept. 11-Homestead P. T. .A. of the former M. E. Church, South
Wesley Robert of Tampa. brera hat and the with e score of 122 poinU. The,
executive board meeting In Neva .Ladies' Aid Society of
The wedding was held at H .. m, All the orchids) carried or won King Cooper School at J p. m. the Northern' .Methodist The I winning circle will be honored ,.
of last week In the Hyde In the brought fa with a Christmas party to be1given
Thursday ceremony were ) Sept 11-Meeting of Vnivenity charter,.meeting will be held at 2 .
Park Methodist Church In Tampa the U. S.'from Colombia. p. m. In the Homestead church. by the losers.
Club with Mrs. W. R. Bird.
with Itt pastor, the Rev. Harry Mrs:" htlth hat spent most o r Those present it the meeting
E. Waller. former pastor of the her life in Tampa where' the wti s Sept. 12-Woodman Circle meeting Those who are unable to attend Tuesday were: Mn. E. S. Cpllng.er .
Coral Gables Methodist Church, graduated from Plant High School with Mrs. Florence Pacetti. the meeting are asked to sign Mn. N. O. Ball, Mrs. Casper

performing! the ceremony. attended Tampa University ancBrewster i Sept. 14-Food sale sponsored the cards Rev.obtainable J. J. from the pastor, Williams Mrt. J. A. McNeill, Mrs.
Richards and give
The bride was given In mar *! Vocational Sclrool. She by Homestead Woman's Club. for Showalter; Mn. Dan Williams
riage by her father. She wore a It a member of Sigma Omega Sigma .. benefit of municipal hospital. a have will offering to signify! that Mn. Hindman, Mn. Redd, Mrs.
length dress made cf For the they become charter members Logan, Mrt. Ennts, Mrt. Richardsand I
white street Sorority. past yea r Sept. 1*-Meeting of Homestead of the organization.
jersey along Grecian llnei. She she hat lived In Miami where shi! B.P.W.C. .t ( p. m. In Chamber Mist Jennie Lobdell. '
wore, also l >>, a large picture hat of was employed by Pan-Amertcar I of Commerce building for roundtable Officer will be elected and Installed '& I
at the charter meeting. MRS. HERMAN THOMAS: '
and other white +
white straw ac- Airways.Mr. on national campaign Issues.
ceuorlei. tier bridal bouquet of Smith came to Homesteacat I Sept 17-Charter meeting of Committees to make plant for HONORED WITH SHOWER | i
child with 20 I the meeting were appointed at Mn. Herman Thomas hon
white orchids tinted with yellow a his parents Woman't Society of Christian Ser- was -
came from Colombia, South America years ago when Dr. Smith began I vice In the Homestead Methodist e general meeting of the W. M. S. ored with a miscellaneous showe .
by Pan-American Airways, practicing medicine in the Red. Church' 2 p. m. Tuesday afternoon in the church. Wednesday afternoon at the home I
with which Mr. Smith It connect and District. Ha it a graduate! They are: nominating, Mrs. J. D. of Mrs. R. E. Sherard, with Mr
of Riverside Military Academy and: Sept. 23-Meeting of Gleaners I Redd, Mrt. C. D. Eaker, Mrt. O. Ansel Burrow, Mrs. W. B. Cave ,I I

ed.The matron of honor Mrs. R. L. the University of Florida where, Class. L. Showalter, Mrs. Bruce Ennis, Jr., and Mrs. Sherard as hostessI I
Johnson, titter. of the bride, wore I(the was a member of Phi DeliA, Sept. 23-Jennie Lobdell Circlet and Mrs. L. C. Dodd; publicity, es. ,(.
a pigskin pink silk dress with Theta Fraternity. He Is assistant: meeting with Mrs. A. M. Log an. Mrs. A. M. Logan, Mint Mary Me- Mra. H. G. Thurman won a prize

white accessorial and carried white I traffic manager at the Dinner Keybass Sept. 25-Meeting of Book Clubs Neill, and Miss Helen Livingston; for the best drawing of a bird and
orchids with lavender tint*. Mrs.J of Pan-American Airway, library at 8 p. m. I study program, Mrt. J. J. Richards Mist Anne McConnell won the

A. Smith the bridegroom'sPOLITICAL in MiamI. Oct. Meeting of Outlook Circle Mrs. George Raiwon, and Mrt. B. guest prize. L
M. Hindman general arrangements wedr''
of the Homestead Methodist Sandwiches and limeade
Mrs. Richards. Mrt. Redd
ROUND TABLE WOMAN'S CUB FOOD SALES Church with Mrs. Allan Klssam. served. t
POSTPONED TILL SEPT. 16 TO BENEFIT NEW HOSPITAL Oct. 2-Meeting of Legion Aux-I and Miss Livingston Others present were: Mrs. J. D.Perkins .
The round title discussion of+ Two food tales for the benefitof t: hary Plans for the coming year will Mn. Bruce Ennlt, Mil?
presidential campaign issues that I the James Archer Smith municipal Oct. 7 be discussed and outlined. Mr. 'Richard Huff, Mrs. A. L. Lanlcfe
-Meeting of Redland
was planned for this month by hospital will be held Sept,, Richards will be 4n charge of the Mrs. James Roberts, Mrs. Oria
Neighborhood Circle with Mn. W.
the Homestead BuiJiem and Professional 7 and 14 under auspices of the, E. Gaby. activities during UM afternoon.The I Smith, Mrs. Paul Loaner, Mrs. Lab'
Women't Club, will be I Woman's Club of Homestead. financial year and the cir- bon K. Bishop Jr., Mrs. Mollit
be held frontof cles' the time when each Thomas, Mn. Dexter Smith l Mrs,11
held on Monday, Sept. 14, at 8 Both tales will in P. T. A. EXECUTIVE BOARD year, or
p. m. in the Chamber of Commerce the Dixie Drag Store beginning TO MEET WEDNESDAY circle will have completed a year's Joe Thurman, Mn. John Gravel,
building. at 9:10 a. m. and will last until work, will end in December Circles Mn George Barnes, Mrs. Russell!
Dr. B. E. O Uln who will lead !mid-afternoon. The executive board of the may be redwlded at that Horne, Mn. Robert Anderson and I

the discussion has not yet announced I! AU cakes, pies,, cookies and candy Homestead P. T. A. will hold a time or will continue at they are, Mitt Ellen Huff. J
will be donated by club members meeting Wednesday afternoon at
the names of the Republicans -
3 p. m. In the Neva King Cooper !
and the will be given
and Democrats who will I proceeds School IIIJ .
takepait. over to Mrs. Elinor Robertson, .

The club't regular luncheon on I I superintendent of the hospital. LEGION AUXILIARY HOLDS +
that day win be omitted I
The public \U Invited to the I|
round table meeting, Mra. Ben 0V SCHOOL AT CIRCLE MEET American Legion Auxiliaryof
Mrs. Reed Holmes gave a talk John G.
Archer, president, announced. I Salley Post held a
on the Redland School library at covered dish luncheon meeting j

WOMEN'S CLUBS GROUPSTO a meeting of the Redland Neighborhood Tuesday at the home of Mrs. H. H.
MEET TONIGHTA I Circle at the home of Ewing. Mist Ruth Fox presidedover
I Mrs. J. A. Rotherham. Miss Eva a short business session.! '
meeting of both the ,",I'j j Rotherham was Joint hosteu.Mr The next meeting will be held
book and program committees *. Sam J. Davit played Mta- Oct. 2, the place to be announced THE DIXIE DRUGPhones :
the Woman' Club of Homestead Beet-
I'cha Elam'i arrangement of later. I
SO and SHI-Homestead. Fla.
and the Junior Woman't Club of hoven't "Minuet In G." Hymns
Homestead will be held Friday .tl the closed Those attending Tuesday were: JACK POLK-HOWARD JOHNSONflfREARFSAiM
and meeting
clubhouse. were lUng Mrs. Edw. Norman, Jr, Mn. Jesse
8 p. m. In the with the singing of "God Bless .
Gossmnn, Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson,
America, with piano accompaniment Mrs. W. I
E. Rheney, Mrs FrankB.
ANNIVERSARY ,by, Mrs W. E. Gaby and Rue, Miss Fox and Mrs. EWln,.
violin obligate by
Dr and Mrs. S. S. Shields held The next meeting will be held

open house at their home In Flor- Monday, Oct. T, at the home of
ida City Monday In honor of the Mrs. Gaby. lES f CeAer ZONE
75th birthday anniversary of Dr. Those present were: Mrs. L. H.

Shields. Klopp, Mn. Gaby, Mn. Holmes, BATH SOAP
Punch and cake were served Mrs. Davis, Margaret Gaby, Mrs. l Oft)?
during the afternoon. Rotherham and Miss Rotherham. I 496
Among the guests were Dr. and I .. $ 5'Rtes
Mrs. Shields' ton and daughter- r '
In -law, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart M/k off '

Shields of Miami and their children MM Tablefs "K" ANTISEPnCYoe
Martha, Gloria and Walter, Mayn-Sit
and Mr. and Mrs. U Varner a/ 114 26 N, always have .d 3% fete Ill
Miami. rhea band 2f0' DENTAL CREME
Beauty when Too = In sae .alga U*
this sues. 59c

SEPTEIBIRIEETISG: : : Famous for : Dtep,lasttncj waves of exquisite ?eav I, fen Ib. It.aN ThaahisalJASMNE
Miss Leola Little and Miss Prls- lonUMM, with IWmVjvi* the OLD CREAM
cilla Freed were Joint hostesses bsaterlMS method tit OK*,
SLACKS and 100 lb h Kl.aag
aural -
to the Outlook Circle of the Homestead '
Methodist Church Tuesday leak to CREAMS E, F ACIvalue SUES
evening at the home of Mist Little. SLACK SUITS
Contests were held and games d1w 4YIANlAtM YAN/fANNi ... g.aw+aeea fee 69
played during the evening nJ ql1hA CMf tHMf
Present were: Mrs. Edw, Little, SHORTS Est the crttmi yw sad M pint MillArthepfe
fee your k* y y n nln.1M Sedition
Mrs. Kiasam, Mist Mary McNeill, _
Misses Helen and Antoinette Moye, H and sea bead* of tot
Mist Marjorie Moser, Mist Tread and Oil Marhlnekst m o n e y.. 29 Purttttt Aipirfo

and Mist Little. Permanent Wavy tag. Gat Ili "legm..al.
aea.se. 2ai' eel S9

**& r are .. PARLOR Try Our Delicious Ice Cream, Made Daily by Us
age rt.....lIuklll

I I 1144 Yecewr Aas.M-Atka ...... I in Our Own Store, Right Before Your Eyes.

I I Ii 1
Lau H. L Fd M, O
C-.lifclT Alt O From Maker to You j
--- .. Pro ...w ncnnn nl T tr Ireii ? tttr vmc aiWkviPa


-_. ... --- - 0. ____ ,

- -- -" ". -' ..,.. -'........ ".,.,


\ .. 1'


Friday, September 6 1940 _THE LEADERJSTTERPRISE. Page Seven ;

; !I I t Social Events I 111'Itedland KATHLEEN Girl" CAMPBELLWe flcoata CLASSIFIED ADS l II

met at the home of Rosemary RATE: First Insertion 10* a line, subsequent Insertion* I

I Hennington on Silver Palm I B* a line
drive Tuesday afternoon for a social -

.'.., gathering S.verslilames were
I House In Homestead $2.000-f.250:
W. M. C. CIRCLES HOLD 'G A. COMPLETES BOOKS played, Including an exciting gameof FOR RENTFURNISHED
cash $23 8% interest,
per mo.;
i SEPTEMBER: MEETINGS :AT ALL-D\Y MEETING diamondball. Artificial respiration i payable et'mlannually.Benjamin .

Mrs Pete Morgan, leader of The Girls' Auxiliary of the First was practiced with the girls HOUSE, modern
1 Circle One of the Woman's Mis- ,Baptist Church of Homestead heldan taking turn in being the drown- conveniences, within 1 mile of W. Morris
, ilnnary Union of the First Baptist all-day meeting Friday in the ing victim and Die tirel-aider Homestead. $15 per month. Registered Real Estate Broker
Church of Homestead, conducted :Sunday school building to complete We then went to the dining room Brooks, Inc (a9-tf) N. Krome Ave., Homestead,

w a Bible quiz at a meeting of the I the work on their mission and found our place around the (Jylll

+ circle Tuesday afternoon at the study books The previous day table where a delicious iced course FOR RENT- FURNISHED APT..
t I home of Mrs Charles Martin. Mrs. the plans for the all-day meetingwere was served. all-electric; preferably by year FOR SALE: Tropical plant, citrus .

f' Morgan also had charge of the devotionals I completed at a meeting held Scouts present were: Rosemary 'Reasonable rent. Mrs Eva Collins tree and tropical fruit In

\ 'I at the home of Mrs. J. R. Pope. Hennington, Marie Rogers, Melba Biscayne Dr. and Federal season Jungle Grove, Redland

l' Others present were: Mrs J. H. I Mrs Pope served luncheon at Collins, Sarah Vihlen, Thclma Highway, 2 miles above Homestead road and Plummet drive.

Scott, Mrs Jennie Smith, Mrs. S. noon and watermelon was servedIn Johns, Charlotte Murray, Hazel at Modcllo (a2-t()
.. I A. Proctor, Mrs. S. T. Corday, the later afternoon. Mrs Gor- Johns, Evelyn Gasman, Kathleen WANTEDWANTED
Mrs. Frank Irwin Mrs G. A. don Ivey attended the afternoon Campbell, and the lieutenant, FOR REN'i-store at 99 N. Krome I

West, Mrs. J. W. Garrett, Mrs L. meeting Mr*. Charlie Hennington and Mrs. Ave Apply Mrs Eve Collins, Fed- -Second hand Ice box

S Fitzhugh, Mrs W. L. Smith, Those attending the meeting on Albert Campbell. eral Highway and Biscayne Drive, 80 Ib capacity, good condition
1 Mrs.'C. E. Saunders and Mrs. Cus- Friday were: Mrs Pope. Mr*. Ivey, The Girl Scout and visitor 2 miles Above Homel 4. tyJ6-tf W. W. Severy, care Redd's Dry
'. ale Hagberg Virginia ind Katherine Kelly, will meet at Matheson Hammock Cleaners (923-tf.i

. Mrs E. L. Lawrence was hostess June Vann, Wynell and Geraldine next :Tuesday, Sept. 10, at 10 a. m. RENT YOUR 1I0US -,turnuned,

I to Circle Two at her home Wednesday Shepard, Bellegene Bullard, Ruth for a gala day of swimming and or unfurnished I have year GUAVAS you have guavas for

afternoon. She had chargeof 3yrum, Joy Peters, Connie Campbell games 'round client Benjamin W. sale suitable for Jelly, mail post
j the devotionals. Phena Rose Alfonso and Bet Morris, registered real ,estate card and we will see you Sun-
The next meeting will be held ty Schaubergor HOW TO WEATHERSTRIP broker N. Krome ave,(-next to Rayed Fruit, 2052 N W. 2nd

J at the home of Mrs 'S. Turner FRENCH DOORS Baptist. Church. (JulHtf) ave.. Miami (sH)

I in October. Mia Mildred Price, Miss MIl- Although French door are attractive I
Others who attended were: Mrs. dred Betheune, Tom Collins and and desirable home owners FOR ENT-Apel'tmentl. Sum- TUTORING WANTED: Sigh

Annie R. Butler. Mrs. Gerda Fread, Clarence Froscher attended a -navel sometimes Imd It difficult to mer rates BenJ. W Morris school and grade school subject

Mrs. J. C. Vann Mrs H. E. Hedln, -reserve Labor Day dance at weatherstrip them. renintered real estate broker Jin. H. J. Armstrong, A. &.
and Mrs On Frazeur the Merry-Oo-Round In Miami When French doors are In place Plummer drive and Country

At the meeting of Circle Three Monday night and moisture penetrat: occurs at i FOR SALE Club road.
Tuesday afternoon at the home of the till, the doors maybe made

Mrs W. T. McConnell, the subject, Mr. and Mrs A. D. Fogle, Jr., reasonably watertight and airtight i FOR PEACOCKS, bit or small, CLEAN RAGS WANTED Will
t' "Service", was discussed. had as dinner guest Sunday Mr. through the use of a four-Inch I young or old see Maurice White, exchange subscription or adver-
Talks were given by: Mrs W. and Mrs John Hickson of Miami.IN bras saddle or sill with an Interlocking Redlund tising for clean rags.Leader
Peacock Lodge, (poll)
. D. Coker, "Jesus Gave Us an Example metal strip on the bottomof Enterprise
COUNTY ji'nrit a COURT
t: of Serving; Mrs S. A. DAUB COUNTY. FLORIDA the doors. RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for

r King, "Holy Spirit Supplying the : MTATB: OF No.JKNN1B8FHKINO 102(8RRl sale cheap Mrs. II H Ewing LEGAL NOTICES

Motive for Service"; Mrs J. R. Demur Ing described property In the, IS N E. 8th st, Homestead. IN TAR rUI\'IT C'OI'IIT 0" TAR
Pope, "Development In the Christian NOT1CK OF INTENTION TO MAKE County of Dude, State of Florida, (a6tf). ELEVENTH: JUDICIAL l'IHrl'IT IN
IN .
, Mrs. A. L. Brannen 'How Cant Notice ti hereby sines that I have filed Lot 1, Block 3. Lualeah a FOR SALE Corner lot and fur- CITY "HANI OF HOMFgTfMtl t"IIY. "0. 81125 a m nlrlp.1 ",rI "
We Serve'". Mrs. J. Tom Vann Dllrh.mr final..." M report Admlnhtrmrlx and petition C for T A.Fine of 1 Sub., Plat Book 19. Page COIn nished house Florida City I ,I II I pnrallin of the Hut of Florida. Pl.lnI .

read a poem, "The Man In the I the nut. of Jennie febrlni. d_<...l, the County of Dade, "fate I $2,500-$210 cash, $25 per mo; I: till ....
l Bond. and that n. the I"th day of 8opI,.", of Florida. I 8':, Interest, payable gf-mi-annually JOHN It rnKBIIAHI ANNIE: h, M8Kh

Mrs. J R. Dorsey had charge of: I will.,apply County to Judeo the Honorable of Dad. T W.untyrkrlda I'BI.o. The assessment of said property.j tatof Individually HIWIN mail a*W Klntrl. FINKS,> ,.,f itrrnnMTHr01)01(1 the >. ".

the awhich eachmember for approval of laid report and under the said certificate t Issued I House in Florida City, $1.800- II IUI11-V: and IIOAHII totCOMMlaeliiNF'RA
for final ..
took part. I A. of the dlacharm estate of Jennie Admlnbtraftli aVbrlnad C T.. was In the name of: Mr*. O. L. I $250 cash $25 per mo.; 6% In.. GLADES; HAINAtIR IK HIS Tin rVrK
........ 1 RUT rare
Apple pie and Ice cream were Minert. I terest, payable semi-annually. tsar. rn, nd4ntH I
Btrved This 7th. day GERTRUDE of A"' runt,C.1040 WARREN Unless said certificate shall be 1111.I. O'tt.):f.i1rJ::! BALE !

r' Mrs A. D. Smith was hostess to Admhilatratrla C. T. A. of the ... redeemed according to law, the LEGAL NOTICES Orrr far Ptikllr.ll.il !

,t Circle Four it her home Tuesday (Aur It ate. S3 of. SO Jennie. grptt Stbrlnit. Dc'd. property described therein will be .Hoy H*l|entitled"".arln.rauw br .that'tl40.Annie" filed, E l I.rlia.the, '

, afternoon Mrs Catherine Pick- sold to the highest bidder at the! NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Individually and .. E...."..'" .f the Mare
and gave a talk I on "BlackoutOver NOTICE OF APPLICATION Court house door on the first Mon TAT DEED ft Edwin: W rUk.. drrnnH. di-r.n anu
y I FOR TAX DEED File' N. therein, named. ta ......mtdrnt of the
Europe", Mrs S. L. West day In the month of October, 1940, Notice b hereby ilvrn U7DT that R. B. Hurr .I fun of Florida. and that Uw _....... of
. talked on 'Munitions and Mis Chapter 174S7-Ada of 1935 which Is the 7th day of October,, .. holilrr of City of Miami Tn Orrtlfl.MU. .1 the maid defendant .. rarttrularlr ..
sions'; Mrs. R. I:. Edwards: read Tile A-4106 1940. Numbered IM and 1047 d..... the k known t* "'''.1 to a* Mliraai.ll' WBorond
Notice is (th day .< JUM A. l>. 1m. hu tiled Strwt Mount V.rnoa. N. York;
an article on 'Redeeming the hereby given that H L. Dated this 20th day of August, Mid MrtirirXM In mr off.... and mm, made that then ta 10 Series In the HUM of
. Time| Mrs. Julia Polk gave a Uttlejohn, holder of State and i mo r application for M< Wd to ..... Ihrrmi" Florid. the __toe of > lummon. In ..tan.r .
', talk on 'Reconstruction of Pales county Tax Certificate No. 926, Issued E. B. LEATHERMAN ,In acoora.no. with I.., now certificates .nr_ups. end whom Mld ..kind.,....the. said ""-.
t mkr... the followhi. .wMrrlkad 1 .........., nt that the M to rn
tine". Mrs Smith concluded theprogram the third day of August, A D. Clerk of Circuit Court, .1_.... In Pad. County. Florida. to-wll i and .hm" the aft of t..t,..... y.ir..
f. 1936 has filet in office Lot SO, Rlk II. Orchard Villa Ka It to. tkmfor.. ordmri amt .... maid
1 same
with a story on "A Shoemaker my Dade Florida .... ...
County, .*....., Plat Hook 11. Pare II, In the 101..1 defendant and h. I.
, and the Map of the and ha made application for a Circuit Court Seal city of Ml.ml, Counlr of 110.... sate hereby. required to appear In .... Bill trf
tax deed to be issued theneon Said i of Florida. a. emb.a..d In Certificate lonpLInt flint In Mid. .1_ m mt k..
The October meeting world"1 By N STERRETT, B CAug No. IMS The anM.ia.nt of MM Bn.v ton Mcmd.x the It n day of fho"'....., A.
"" held at the home of Certificate embraces the followDR.R.&AKERS ( 23, 30,.C& 6, 1J-1MO): arty under the Mid nrMflrau. Issued D. IMO, otherwise act limitations ml mM
11111 ... .. .
'l Byrum. wa In the .." of Unknown will taken IOnl br amid,
,." "" "" ,.' .' "" ." ," ,." Lot SI. Blk II. Orchard. Villa Faw orf.n taut. ......
Present betide those mentioned >n.lon. Plot It...1C 17 Purr II I. the It tm further 0. that this onWt
, were: Mr*. S. H Fitch, Mrs. T. D. : Be sure that your eye an a* I City of Miami, County of Dark. sate be publlohlll sae., a work..for tour rnnew
.... .
.. tttlv. werkf In Th. :ntorprlMn. a"Paper
wnhrarcd In
good M you brake* -have them of Florida Lrtiri"*>Ui
Piche Mrs J. M Forte and Mrs.I ; .
No.The" assessment of MMproperty publtahrd In Mid County and
. I J. Lawrence Scott. tested at least once each year I ..dar the amid wn If.... k.ord > sate
DENTIST : I waa In the acme of Unknown listed thin sib day at A_. A. 1>..
tnl.M amid certificate hall be redeemed 1>W.
[' Mrs H H Graham, Mrs W. L. c DR. F. P. ARCHER .. .... .. ID law, taa deed will bear tkrnkan t *. IFATHFRMAN
Office Hours: t a. m. to 5 m.: Clerk of Clnult Court
p. an the Sta diy of October. A. D. 18111.
Albury Ann Brown
f" Mary : AND SON (Clm.lt Court 811Hr
: Point thin' Ird day ol oVplrmktr A. D.
t to H !
Misses Lillian and Norma Andrews 1140 It H Mirr! JR
, Mint Marjorie Fogle and ; Closed Saturday 1; Consulting Optometrists F. R. tKATHFJIMAN, IRA C. HAYCOCK Deputy CIO*

E. 3. Graham pent Monday at''I'' 1624 W. Flackr St.. Miami Fla. I Clark Dad of County Circuit: Florida CiMirt., (A.... IS. IS, ID. ....ot S. II)
! Matheson Hammock. Free Parking Space : ,I Circuit Court Amily I Solicitor for CompMinantNEWT.
z.'n"-Le N C 8TFSBFTT D C
, :1764 N. W. S6TH ST, MIAMI Ere c;...... Repaired Ormand I (Brpt 8 II. til S7. Oct 4, IMO

1L1'i;: .s :r--".. PIKTSE J-2131 1: Dire.ten 1 of Th. Amen'.. institute I
school for G.
: Dptbans" 1 BALLNOTARY
-yew J /lilllll'i1l!, 1''" ''II"! !, !II"!!!"I I''" !111",11'1"" "!"e DR.M.A.BEKGERDentist


Office Hours 8:3o-t ::30i Insurance and

Refrigeration Service Osteopathic PhysicianPhone i I First National BankDividing Kindred Lines

ElectricalContracting 39Homestead I 35 N. Krome Ave.
Open Evenings by Appointment I I
-- -
- - ---

;' HOMESTEAD PHONE BJ4 (Over Brown's Drug Store) ''I\ The World's News Seen Through i\

1-1 =J II An lilirmltoiut Daily Newspaper I
FOR QUICK WRECKER SERVICE I It Truthful Cdmtructitw-Unbputd. ._Fr from fcmailonal.l ..
,I MONKEY JUNGLE ..n _Editorial. AM Timely and Innnumr and Its Daily
AND EXPERT AUTO REPAIRS F.aturn, Together with .... Weekly Magann Section Make
ONLY Uw Monitor an .. Newspaper. for the HMM.
( .aI. .. ..______un_
PHONE 561RSAM'S. Tha Christian Science Publishing. Society
( i UNINTM= I On, Norway Since Boston MaauchiuattsPru.

112| 00 Yearly, or II.00 a MoiuH.
RIDGE Saturday -. Including M* aiiiM S...ion. fliOn Y_
I Introductory Off.r, 6 Issues 2)
s.. 'tarn'. tF.a.r : :
Jangle Drive W..ean SAM ALEXANDER, Prep.L "': .-
fire ..d sash .1
.s.ade . u4 OH Disk Jlylwrep Addr..._- ... .- ___.,.



-- .

--- -'


Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. September. 6. 1940-

FLORIDA GROWS KEEP NEW CONCRETE MOISTDo tmu ruumrumururmuuuumuuuuumiuauuiuu armoumrmuuumu ur r uiiourumu i tieruK

not permit newly placed
95 PER CENT OFNATION'S concrete to dry out too rapidly.
Protect it from the sun or drying
winds for a week or ten days, otherwise LN *
LIMESIt the water necessary for :
proper hardening will evaporate,
Will elmo lake I summer resulting In loss cf strength. EI
Spirit, to read "Limes and Lemonsin Floors walks, and similar surfaces _
Florida", a ,TS8-page booklet 1 can be protected by cover-
published last week by the tate Ing with I earth or straw kept moist I H This remodeling is slow, tedious business. However, we have the 0
department of agriculture Attractively by oceaslonal sprinkling as soon
illustrated. It Is the nlntn II the concrete has hardened sufficiently H market in fair shape, and we think it is as pretty and modern as you will
In a aeries of agricultural bulletins so that it will not be injured
compiled for the department by the Walls should be protectedby .== find anywhere. We invite you to come in and inspect it yourself.
WPA wrlten1 project of Florida hanging moist canvas or bur
and it the tint collection of data lap over them. Factory Packed Favorite Pillsbury's
ever printed on the subject of the
suite's booming lime and lemon "There are four requisites to a Flour
Industry. good short story" explained the Sugar Dog Food
A growing number of Investors English teacher to the class"Brev-
are turning to the production of ity a reference to religion some
sour citrus fruits, and the booklet association with the royalty and 5 lb. . 2424c.6 cans . 25 c 5 lb. bag 22c
li designed primarily for their an illustration of modesty. Now
Information Indicating the possibilities with these four things in mind, I Target Salad Dressing
of expansion in the Industry minutes to
will give you thirty
it states that Floridians spend I write a story." CORNED BEEF MIRACLE WHIP, qt. jar 29C
more than $500,000 yearly on imported -
Ten minutes later the hand of
lemons while only $100,000worth 17c
Sandy went up. Can
are produced within the N. B. C.'s
.Th;'tiiilne's; ; d' ," she
I complimented -
state On the other hand, Florida
glows about ninety-five per cent I to the, ""and clan now read yourstorjr Bulk SHREDDED WHEAT, 2 pkgs.l9C
of the nation's lime I
The booklet describes crop.entertainingly .! Sandy read: "My Gawd,11 said G. N. BEANS
the "take hand off
the life cycle of the lime and countess your Mrs
my knee."--Ex.: 3 lbs. 19c Ehler's Assorted
lemon from the grove to the
squeezer including discussions of I _'___'""""""'HH"'HH'H"'HH'H PURE PRESERVES, lb. jar 21c N
plant diseases production costs: Any Brand
nursery trees market prices, harvesting :
and related data. Florida's
first lemon trees were brought MIL I K Monitor 14 oz, bottle
leers centuries ago by Spanish explorers -
while the first limes, a 3 tall cans 20c Tomato Ketchup 10 C
Mexican variety, were planted on
the Florida Keys in 1837 by Dr

Henry Copies Perri.without of ,tne.. booklet cost Requests are distributed w I CHASE & SANBORN DATED COFFEE Ib. 19clH

should be addi.uied to the State _
Department of Agriculture, Tal- i Cobbler I s

lahassee. .... .. I Potatoes 10 ib __ _190S


I Dry) Cleaners and | M CELERY HEARTS bnch. .1UC 19cl I
Laundry I jj jjg -
SUITS! ... a9e1'ANTS -
. He" daily !
Mens Women's restores thousands of I ICEBERG LETTUCE 2 hds. 17c a rue
tick and ailing people to I ,
HATS (leaned and Worked 4V
MASH PANTS 20oSlllltTS "' health. Many had tried Box 21
| YELLOW ONIONS, 3 Ibs. 12c Large c n
.. lOc everything else in vain.
DRESSES 49o up Don t say you can't get II== Selected
LADIES' TOTS 41e up rid of your trouble organic ocucoNVVVTVVvmvvvvvvvvvvvvmvmvvvvvvvvvvvv
SKIRTS .. 23e up ; or otherwise until | SWEET VMS, 5 Ibs . 19c o" nn

DAME HASH, n Ibs. u 49c you have given Chiro- S ww so MG,
S (30 each additional pound) practic a chance.Consultation I Fes'
.. I 19 =
| FLAT WORK, Ib. n To without o a c
1 ('OMMI lt('I,\L FLAT lb. 4o obligation. _
($1 Minimum) .
Hours: 9-12; 1-5; 8-'
I' WORK CALLED FOR AND Sundays: by Appointment H Sirloin orITBONE PALMOLIVE

DELIVERED Dr. R. J. Elliott
Phone SI4-W Caves Blld,. STEAKS ib. 29c
Oarne B'U, Homestead Fla. >3 FOR 17t'Homesteads *
l ,," Homestead Fla. ,I I"II"I -.........,....,.....,..............,........,....................
=5 Fresh Shipment _-

I ATTENTioN I I Roll Butter Ib. 33c oC1pGp = '

H Fancy Selected Western vE g

j Chuck Roast Ib-27c .. .


I Growers I Sliced B Bacon Ib. 23c 4C AG0 -

Vegetable 0 s FOR

jji Gem-Nut g 2V

I I O LEO 2 Ibs. 2tcI IPage
f osa
Our Southeastern divisional office at Ken-

dall, Florida, will remain open throughout Milk-Fed
Veal Roast Ib. 29c
,; the summer for the benefit of those growers Boned and Railed

'. who might be interested In discussing withus are,"* a

their 1910-1911( marketing problems. j Georgia

Pay Us A Visit M Smoked Bacon, Ib. 18cS

Lean and MeatySpare orEd


E. W. UN. i. 0. WKLSO.

MvWe Muuier .aakr Manager \ Leading Independent Merchant | i

4suur rumuamrruu arnrrrunrrr miuerarruuurbr urrrprarrrmrummrrmmWrmr rmrmr rr