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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: June 4, 1937
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
 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: UF00087294:00126
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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THE LEADERENTERPRISEVOLVME




XXV-NO. 23 c.. HOMESTEAD FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 4, 1937PRICE FIVE CENTS





I PROCLAIMS : PERSIAN LIME WEEKSOMMERS II





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TO T. B. Lectures to Schools and P.-T. A./'s 'MIA1MAYORISSUESTO


Sponsored After Lions View l\loviei.


PIONEER NEW An educational motion picture] of Christmas seala Testa tot incipient DESIGNATING JUNE 6-12 FOR

In two reel, depleting the progress I tuberculosis are now

ot medical science In hi light made among the/attendant bel"'j

SCHOOL FIELD against the scourge of tuberculosis!I school County:cafeteria It h the throughput hop of the'' FEATURINGOFUYOIGGIAT

'WM ,the chief feature of interestat league director to extend these

: Tneeday' session of Redland tests to all school children and I __ ___...___ .
District Lion Club. The Him also to establish a public clinic in!I rt 1 -
To Establish Pri-. Close
All-Day II the county. I Grocery Store Ice Cream Manufacturers,
i
I'
WM presented by
vate Institution In I representatives In order to aid the movement the I At 6 During Summer Drink Stands, Stores
ct Dad ChaptM ot the At1lt1ti p.m.
Miami Area club voted to sponsor a series of I I to Push Fruit11031ESTEAD
I
bereulosie League wide* arrangements
i lecture In all the schools and
made by George L. Swan, W-week
MORNINi Parent-Teacher Association of 1 I I Beginning grocery
ACADEMIC
chairman.
program the Redland District shortly; after!|stores ot Homestead MIl close at : JOININGIN
f CRAFTS AFTER NOON The film commentator explainedthat the opening of the next school year.I j jfl p. jn dally except Thursday OBSERVANCE, TOO
made to
effort are being extend I
William I. risk, deputy district when they dote at Boon and Saturday I
the work ot the
8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Schedule organizationby governor of Florida Lion and si" Mayor Harris
railing fund In addition to when they remain open Will Make
Will Have Full Recreational past president of the Redland District -
those realized from the annual sale I I announced "
club, announced that the state until 10 p. ni, it was Proclamation if Desired ,

Program convention of Lions at West Palm! I|Monday after a conference of More I He Says

Bead, scheduled for June 13 U managers. This schedule will be
'1 B. Sommers who. la leaving 60 PER CENT GAIN I
and 1$, wm be the largest ever
I Iin effect for the duration of the I Next week June t-11, will be
after seven'year as principal of held in the state with a prospective -
\ in
'summer Persian Lime Week Miami.
,
the Homestead and Florida
City .
schools, will pioneer a new field IN CONSERVATION ben attendance and their of wives.some 500 The memo city: I[)t The grocery stores until this ,Mayor William of Miami has Is .

of education, the "country day of West Palm Beach is spending 1. week remained open until T o'clock sued a special proclamation to that
school" he told his fellow daily with the Thursday and Saturday effect. Colonel Alva lee vice- .
members ROLL FOR 1937 $3,000 on the event, and the special president ot the florid Avocado .I
o( the Homestead Rotary Clubat automobiles which will carry the exceptions ,
and Persian Ulnae Growers, announced
their Wed-
luncheon-meeting message of Florida to the Chicago I I
yesterday, act ice cream:
nesdaythe Awakened interest in practical national convention will. make
manufacturers, restaurant operator
school which he wlU establish soil conservation methods on the their first appearance at the stateassembly. jDHEUSHAKlNG{ *, drink stand owners, drugstores
IB Miami as a private instituin .- part of Dade County grower Is A Urge delegstlonfrom store and other
..x tieR,.-''nS}! 'R\Mmje WtaenMd by an inc a M ef HeartyCo the focal-dirt*u>$' attend' H 1 TOBESPEAKER' business"* grocery, house have announcedthat

1 the"morning* hlndcroft subject per cent In the number ef workaheelat Sam 20% guests attended the: they will feature Persian
MB...afternoon with daily se pptlcatlontfof benefits fish fry end dance held at the lime and Persian lime product
sessions beginning at I a. m. and lsstda tbs 7.Ledp..1 conservation : Lions Den last Friday and the TO MIEN TONIGIITDr. in vanoua form.
I ending; at & p. ... At full recreitloBM 'program, filed at the offices vent netted about $30 for the A big department store in Miami h
program will be Included in of County; Agent C 'H. Steffanl) In I 1 publicity I I fund, which will be used I has written Colonel Lee that It will
the urriculum, and the school Will Homestead and Miami. At Ihej|chiefly te advertise Florida at the Elian A King, pastor et the :feature Persian limes la Its advertising -
b* located en. the waterfront in expiration of the filing deadlinelast national convention Dr. B. E: Oatiln. -i i Miami Bench Community Cocgre* every day next week, and J
order that boating and swimming weed[ some 300 applications I chairman of the entertainment'|jgatlona! Church, will deliver the hang placards m its elevator and
nay hive a prominent place in had been received: against a total committee, announced. '1 principal address st the fish fry its restaurant room Inviting the
suds a program. of 17J last year, with correspond- I IINQUEST and I general meeting et the Red- public to partake of the food and
)lr. Sotnmen spoke I* In tne represent land District Christian Men Unionto
response big gain acreage; : : drinks on its menu that are made
to. in invitation from Vlce-,,".- ed. CLEARS j be held In American Legion hall I with Persian lime;

Ideal and Pre dent-E1ect W. E. At a meeting in the county Homestead at seven, o'clock tonight I A lug ice cream manufacturingconcern
Rkeney, presiding to. the absence gent's Miami office last Wednesday William M. Fifield president will specialize: in Persian )
of President J.. R. Brooks, who plan for completlen of this CASSUBE IN GUY of. the Union, announced ye*. lime sherbet for the entire week.
suggested hat the principal tell year? program were discussed In' tent.,. Dr King's subject will i The other line of ,business men-
how he happened to come to Homestead detail by the county conservation :be Tolerance.'" boost before will punk Persian
and other high light of his committee, composed of Luther L,: NEWMAN DEATH I A short IMM session will precede i lime in every way possible .to t.
experience her*. Mr: Sommers ::Chandler, GouUa. Wifflaia Musselwhlte. : Dr King's address. The bylaws make Mlamlan and visitors to
laughed and said He landed in Homestead, and H. L. which were recently: drafted Miami acquainted with this lusty I'I
,,: Florida after having bought passage Cox, Miami. Meetings of the' The yercflcl'ef a coroner's Jury and adopted by the onion board I young giant of tile citrus farfwtry 1
for Alaska. three community; committee, supporting : relieved R. J. Cassube, Homestead of director win be read and explained that Is making the lemon, take aback I
He explained: that after buying the: county group and representing automobile painter, from all blame to the membership* and seatEvery N
his ticket to Alaska, he agreed to Homestead. Miami and for the death of Guy R. Newman e brief dfcrocteion will be held concerning week 1*Permian lime weekIn r
(Continued OIL Page Three) Could have been called for, Saturday i hosiery salesman ot Silver Palm, the future plan ol the the Redland District but Hem *
Monday and Tuesday re! wb was truck and fatally Injured organization. Continued on Page Three !
spectively.AD i by Cassube's car while he was At interval* during the evening
REALTY DEALS work sheet on hand will W walking along the federal highwaynear i instrumental selections will be Farm Ditch Yields !
carefully checked at this series of Princeton early on May 14. given by the well-known local ,
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session and then forwarded At the inquest held l. the office trio composed ot Mrs.: Joe. K.Zlder 9-Pound Black Bass
STILL ACTIVE promptly to state headquarters st of Poem Justice 0. B. Sutton I Dr. R S. Wolfe and George MPrick. To Warden FlowersThe I

Gainesville for adjustment and Coral Gables, last Friday, testimony Group singing also will "
IN HOMESTEADThe ] approval Immediately upon return Indicated conclusively: that I be a feature of the program. graoddsddr er rathe* I
I of applications the district Newman' own negligence in failing ; Arrangement low the fish try grandmother ** *O Ue black
I committees will'reconvene: to to take proper precaution to ,are in the chargfe of Harold Sheffield baa bt three water waa taken I
sal of 30 acre of land onj I jorganlM the necessary field work avoid passim traffic was Joe L. Burton. Tom Kirby from a farm ditch *. the real
Epmore drive and Roberta road to by the appointment of supervisor responsible for the fatal Primarll//and William E. Rheney In charge el Royal Film Stale Pack t't't
Frank M. Stillman *f Redland was (Continued on Page Three) The glaring headlight of the program Is George Cooper last Friday by Cam Warden W:
reported this week by H. A. Cam. I II proaching car temporarily blinded Ticket sales are In the baud of B. Flewen
I I Cassube who tailed to see Newman ,Frank and Gordon Ivejr
cross Homestead real estate dealer. Homestead Behaves Stillman When weighed In the preemie
The sale was made for L D In time to avoid striking him.is chairman of the publicity com- If several witness It upped
:
Breckenrldge of Miami. Second SuccessiveWeek but stopped immediately and rush. mittee. Ue stair at exactly alas sound*
No CourtFar ed the injured man to Kendall hospital ticket to the event bad
Mr Cameron also reported the ; City Eighty AUbewtk black: baa ran be
where he died two hour been sold when sale were purchase by H. K. Foul of Homestead lager she te north. eat eenlreffFtorld
*f the Merle E. McLeod the seeend s* msalis week later. : Wednesday noon ant t lakes ad 4reuw.. Mss
bout In Fairtawn Park. The deal Ike MM] Monday nlcU session full attendance .t the men of DM newer specimen I* believed
wa completed Monday. of nuulcl>>al earl failed to ma.teriaUae. Food Sale TomorrowFor community is expected, according Is be We large" .Vey embi In
Other recent realty transfer No ease were _t. Building Benefit to nisi SUUman dUa pert *f the state. Flowage
made through Mr.Cameron Included sled and Mayer.. Tern War vas was ftaklag for .,.. at the
the purchase of a house and Jie4: temporary respite ma WEATHER time with a bamboo pale and
:n-heU acre of land in UM AXhouse from his duties ** ..uoe.4> Tomorrow from S to 0 p. nv, the 0 kUI seamen r.r.A.. ... -. ..........eW.6. Hcbitackle. U* wa taken sen*.
..... .......
.
Woman's Missionary Society of la..resea wise One ban
tract west of the Walker JwUecto *t week-end lalade.nueaaers 4elelf by surprise I
rock,hous on Redland road by a4 awtty law viola. ,. .the .Homestead Metnedlat Church Date imax Mile, Bat' *a.. flak snagged the bee*. and .*
V.... GrewMll of Homestead from ...... 'win serve chicken: salad sandwiches May t* __I lg1 5. |P.M| had to play the baa far H or IS
j. C Arrant. taj *t.Homestead, Ae*.Tdla. *. Eal.k. E.. .E4. Iced tea. coftan pie and Mar a _) ** 17 122.HtW malsolee before lasting it.
'MA the sal of another scaall house war**.. > sleek 'and *4dee.* ,candy at the Behrra and Morris May J> j Mr. newer wa aided anhrtecW
In IM same section to Mr. Wm. F. official: In peat ef service Its t*.. real estate office next to the dime May It :4 f" 6S ia&OSJMP Ue fUfcUaafM to the
Brown of Snover, Mldk: Mrs. etty. tilt to UM tint time to the tore on Know avenue Jun I _1 1* .M| sign e* the ...11., a m.Oeper. oJl
Brown was formerly Mm Bogardt bistery .f naeae... that sack AD proceeds will go to the Sunday June t -I"| f ej UOOO 1 another Bsa *4eaa1"toedfcatke'weae"
A of RcdUind. a situation has occurred. school building fund. June J -.-_ ...US I W 180,021 **..*..


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) Two THE' LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday June 4, 1987 r


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SEASOVS 6CIIEDVUEJune Peeples Brothers Open

DIAMOND'BALL Shop-Brooker 4 Home-Burton' : Men i Service Station Here r THE HOME DECORATOR !


Vnne 7 Burton Droolur, Men I'I /
....................-,_ .II 1"1"" ., wiiv8et| >B WaddeU and Palmer Feepk. .- W. BHORNECO.-
brother, .tttvt taken over the operation -
Smoker Lumber C* won fe**. flMp-Vurton; eatabUsne) I
e1111pHoeneBrooker cl the recently : Floors
hard-(ought diamond ball Amoco tiffing station at South:
from W. D. Horn Co., 1-1. oft th I June 11 Men's 6Mp- rooker; and:
street
local field Wednesday night I Horne-Burtoo.* Krome avenue and Fifth ,I practical an the directions joutll!

Thomas, Brooker twirler, held thi June 14 Home-Men' Shop; announce its name as "Peeplcs II need Just wash the floor with a toodl
Amoco Service." I I I lather and Mane 1n
Home boys to DIM hit a tint bj, Brooker-Burton. off wit aplenty of char: water If ]

Burrow,.,who also scored the onlj June IIHomeBrook.M.n'; The Feeples brothers sons of Ui It's been waned, of course youTl ban 5
Home run.Cloninger. Shop-Burton. and Mrs. E.: W. IVeplei of Princeton .j to wash It with turpentine to get that SoB
Next tepnooth out all thJ
Home pitcher. wai June H Brookcr-Burton; have been residents of thy rough spots -with .aandpiipir. TtmA

stingy also allowing only toll Home-Men's Shop district for IT years. As .1 using a good varnish brush, five thai

hit. /f June 21 Home-Men's Shop;; both attended Redland Farm bo1"1 .1I coat surlaee Sts of varnish aft ,Th two' 9
School and have many t.m..r're yyou extremely
Burton' Department Store won. Brooker-Burton. they finish and are

from the Men'i Shop,-12... In the' June 23 lien's',Shop-Burton; In all part (If the district\ I I a1 men economIcal In' the lone 'lII\t,

'I 1I0me. rooker. In addition to Amoco gasoline theme varnish. Brat unl
other fame of the evening tutu nth of ,t
June 25 Brooker-Men'i Shop;, oils and II'Itupplled by W. P. secondly against the grain ::4-then j
.
RiMkM." Ik ."I.k r .R....r.>.M. U 1Br.iw r Mrtie ):I Burton-Home. Cash American Oil Co. distributor with only a slightly moist bruihJ!

.Ik I t I RliHiora tk I I' June 38 Horne-Men'i. Shop; for South Dade, Peeples' Amoco Main with reached the grain. In crevice that way
hmr4 rf I C t t. I you've every anijevery
"1ema. e I e I W. Tr*.y Ik I e 4: Brooker-Burton. Service carries Hood tires and single portion, of the wood. An41
I Sulll.. r I I e Harrow m e I t I I I tube and U. S. L. and Vesta,bat- remember, I=varnish wont ehlAifl
scratch discolor wltS.I
Campbell II I 1 ixnnls a 1V IIIh. or or
... t e .,...*_ w I' I: Two .... but a CampWII.Blh .......: terles Washing, polishing and either hot or cold water so be eantul .
Su11N.. at I I e <-h..Mr. if t tM.o low loft. anlne ri home r...,I greasing will be a specialty the and get a good reoognlxed brand f
11,n.rd | e eMMrvll/ W ",ah.... hares. a, Lama,
It .1 I t=: I The best ls not oontly. (
N.bb.. .; I eockwnrrflII : :: .. 4. a Cuipk.ll 1 1 McrbI brother IIld.Maginnis .
lent the thing
Varnish lot
I fk..l Caves, .. balls' tilt Have you looked your floors overwith only
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I 11, II I -I I aimiMM S M.I:='t..=- I. C.... ltMrark critical eye lately You know. floors, however Paint, In various 5
BrmtOT t 4 I 4.--IHxriH Mt k> MaltaM 4| rrartl HimH tSMmM Announces more than any other house surface- shades to contrast well with wall and I
* I 4 -1HwririMT r I .... L Ixnntt, blluard. walls, doors w ocIwo :-your floors ceiling treatment Is grand for bedrooms .
Slnrorai, .... M Mb offiThnmw ,''I a C.mpk.11.4 B.im. MIMMW.UuplMi Electrolux: Salesmen take a terrific amount of punish- breakfast rooms or kltcbeniJiand
t. Cranllw. 11 itrwk out bj ..-'", _.... Brant. Think of the thousands of la clean And]
1ho...... I Clo.lnrr. 11 I area,t C. Sill.U ....--- yourself take over their a clean .7ramlnllloor" a Joy for-
'I.n. ,,_..............KK.WI ..., .MirraItwtan .1. Two wildly played diamond ball J W. Maglnnla, Homestead representative steps surface you, then add those of the rest ever-on. of the big decorative points f
mpln :
kerosene of and properly a predomiDint
Electfolux In
games featured the Friday night for of your family and your friends a room
'. .. ,. these terms the traffic Is sUggering. feature In every home.
\11'110
0 ahm ell r kk refrigerators, announced yesterday
II..I.h" S I I H''... Ik 111M : play of the local learfue Brooker TheN are One varnishes on the You cleanse your face when ttl
/I III Lumber Co. defeated the Men'sy I that the sales force operating market' that are apply andand needs It, you press clothes when they j
J'I'\ : I 4 I Shop ten. 20-J In s contest marred under his supervision in this are quick-drying Inexpensive. get out o ... and you shine your!
RIM Ib II '1 Ibe I 1 11Lalue' rf IIISilllwi i by 20 errors and W. D. Home Co. territory Is composed as : new floor In almost no time or you why not give your floors a break oncel
r. .
If .I 11L.111-has M I 0 4Mw I
.r4> d. I I liM.lkta U. a .I Store 11-' In an eleven-Inning 18 Mrs. James L. Bird.
feakb"p Mil IIHIiniMMt I "14 error mix-up. I No other are authorizedto
persons
HhMH e I tllnrin, rf I *: New Methodist Sunday j Secretary's Delight
|M.rtl. rf-f II Brooker opened with .'ten run represent Electrolux kerosene \ j ,

M ililIt.'! -, attack on Mathls, Men's Shop refrigerators la the Redland District School Rooms Are Used "I've an Invention at last thai]

...... ..... I 1 0 It.11 pitcher, who walked eight men in Mr. Msginnls ssid. wilt mean a fortune!I"
HiirtMi 4 t I I I the course of the game I I I What lilt this timer \
Tkn. haw klui dnvbdll I Main b..e l Classes were held last Sunday
Smith, McDlnM. lath,*., Mw>r*. IIIn.r The scoring In the Horne-Bur-i I. O. O. F. and Rebekahs In the partially completed Sunday "Why It's an extra key for e
* Caws, CawMAm! low .o balk' "ft I II When dont know
ton's nip and tuck until typewriter. you
JII..... 4. Came I .....It wag kr W.fc S. game was Plan Memorial ServicesThe school building of the Homestead I
C... 4; arrant L Campbell 4. SoilingIMmnb the eleventh Inning when Home Methodist Church to how to spell a word you hit tha
liar, A,<.iru-. O!.. .... UKM pushed over three runs. .cqualntpuplll I key, and It makes blur that might.
**, Milbta .. Irwin Lv..pIw I teacher yd other church
L O. O F. and Rebekahsof
Mkb.rt, Nab_ members be an V, an V or almost anything]
with
Srrlow .k .. the progress that III
f b6M.'a Map r kk Homestead will hold Joint memorial I "
abrr.r4 of 4 1 Nina Ik a/ 1 being made on the building J'''else you like. -Grit.
Burton Department Store dia- man lb .. 0 4boiMMll il IllTnw services tot their dead at
mon ball teem walloped the Brook ...... 110 4 1 IIk e the t. O O. F. hall Monday every: The building when completed i i'
...
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er Lumber Co., team 1-4, and W. "Webb m 0 41 4 I 4H.nl 11a/m..w| > H I I *e e 0 Inc June 14, at 8 30 .o'clock.: will nave value bf f 9,000. It will| John G. Sally Feat N*. 41

Wr.. Ik I 1 4IUw I Mt IT I I I provide four classrooms LEGION
D. Home Co., whipped the Men'sShop and an AMERICAN
.. On the preceding Sunday, June
t.e_... rf I I "IIA.J.rm. I t I I
aggregation, I-S In games lulling If I I 4ir' >rrMr ,mitt 13, at 5 clock: I Joint committee I assembly roort! for each of the Meets first and third Wednesday
played Monday night. _. 1 I tlL. ........ .. !Sunday School's four departments.
Dye rf 41 4 ...tb.. III from the two lodges will decorate 1p.m., America Uxtloa BI e. Five
Mattson pitching for<< Home let : : .. the graves of members who are thousand dollars has been I (old Post pence) South grow||
hit 41 t* ii| 14 44inwkw subscribed already In cash and .
the
clothierd.dowa-with one reliable j
buried in Palm In NI.ranJ. Haneatead
,. ie i i--t* Cemetery Avew ;
Ji home run by Farmer, shortstop ., ....* .... f.. ... I I I 4-. I .. The memorial committee pledget. .
Errors whipped the lumbermenIn T*. hM bib. MoW .. ",.....,. Nail| -
consists of Mr. and Mrs. 0 C. RaoV
shows .... 10100, Sb.r.rd I mothn _, Mod
their game against Burton's, w.... W_. Oral, bar w tall aft ford Mrs. Jos. Cay Mrs. Anna
who committed only one miscue toBrooker' Tkuou It Mauls S; amok .it kr M.thl.
1 ; _t ahrrare I, Nail By ask". Wr.., Messersmlth Car Anderson and
five. Drw .. CCMMII. llninaH. .. FXTHMT I. B. C. Murphy
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.rteir. .b r kk easier air lob Umpinu ........ Debts"S.rM' The public li Invited to both
milk rf II ('llhmre If I 0 I services.
Or.1... II 4 IKrankOT' Ik 11 1WII. .baMa.... .brbb
..... Ib I I .,'"'- a I smith :f III roam IV Til I
MrDntolk. 11 HW_ tk I I 0...... |If 4 lCI| .klrr Ik I 1
Ylhlft.. I I 1'101' IM I 4 0 Wlltko Ib I II 4O.C| ,..... Ib 11 I
Waken, a. I I S'lulltoM. Mil MelMiM Ik a llChMlww f 4 a
a.rf I ICtfr*.!! rf IMIMii Vi..... Ik .. 41 4 ....... Mill, I
I I IOI.nirw.lk NriMi f 41 1 11110Io. If I'
i.pk.11. I 4 el;| 111 KIM rf I 0 '|8lmr* rf I I I
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... balls. dl .. Thomas t o ..trw."u R.m I a..I. 0 0 0 .-. I
.by 1'1..... 4, Th_ 4; omweI C. urM 111..1..00-4
.bbaw. _b.ranL Banker. 0. 5.111.... Two kiM kite Mwir. "_ OJ) GOING UP!
'ho Cmpk.ll. Bn., kom. ...... Imltk i'.tsls.
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M..-. MM* >k r kk'..... >k r kk WMU. *...... ...... ........v"' .......j 'r
loss Ik 14 *,Yield Ik 41 I WOW; bus MI balls. ff i NtUoi. 4. c..... I
faMM of I t *'Ch..Mn rt 1 t I Inpw .; ......k mil kr N..... T. c........... New homes are going up. and so*
Cow .. a I I eplMora Will II rmmi Urnhk I. Vflilm a. M: nrd, General
imnwn Nil *,0 <>i> .I" Ik I 4 | Cunrk.il I, C. II"'..... Plaid Ck..hlr. ., O. I are home standards 1
An..>non d I I *O.Ct>.ll Ik I I I Cimrk.il. Ckwicnr, Bvnw, I /

PuriMr,. :-.:c'It. I II 111 4 *Sinai i Kimto rashes,f If M _411 114 4 I | MlilrMU.Vmvlrax". ..........-,. askew--,.. 11.// Public Utilities Thanks to the low cost of building'

Mitkfalkpttl t Vamoose rt III When In need *f tint >claw Job I materials, better home
HI....... rt I I I Mh.ir.tU. ., I I I
Priming
,".""". > 4 4 appreciate phone year I .fee.tna.eaUmate.... The We |I Homestead Phone 10331Don't : I and the FHA Plan of convenient!

!. a l| 47 II III Leader-Eaterprlw. j IJ
monthly payments-the averagefamily

r I II I- can now afford to build-

I and enjoy home comforts our;J

Neglect Summer grandfathers never dreamed of>l ha


Now the time for you to build the

]Fertilizing home you want We'll be glad to ex*

I plain how you can pay most of its'cost ,'


Don't neglect the summer fertilizing of your grove. We by the month, out of your in*;


carry mixtures for avocados, citrus, limes and other 'come. "I ('

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tropical fruits. Groves should be sprayed during the
new construction loans up to $5U( )

next three months to insure clean,.bright fruit. Don't 000, with 20 years to pay, and rest j

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60 PER CENT GAIN r,Add freeze.lime Juice, cool, strain. and Dancing Log Tavern: Will Feature I .. Everglades Shown at Cleveland \ I j

This fee .Is good served as a dessert Rope illr _
I with cake, or can be served t
Continued From Post On) in ginger ale, MM cola, or Umead A "grand re-opening' of the Log
and survey crews for etch district, to be used with small cakes or Tavern restaurant, located one-
Each farm and grove will be measured cookies. Mikes a very delightful fourth mile south of Princeton on
and mapped with all, and delicious drink refoeshmen the federal highway, has been announced .
waste land eliminated and a pen- for Saturday (tomorrow) .'
ally of $3 an acre assessed against PERSIAN LIME PIE night by its new managers Mr SI
the final payment should the survey By Mrs. 0. Victor and Mrs Martin Plousek. forma t
show leu land entitled to benefits 1 cup sugar ly of Chicago, who took over the
then the acreage claimed on Juice 1 large lime place. Jut Saturday
the work eIIee"Althoucb 1 tbsp. butter Free dancing to music furnishedby :
no definite allotment 1 tbsp. cornstarch a good orchestra will be the feature \
from the national appropriation 1 cup boiling water of the evening. Popular I
of 1900,000,000 haw yet been a egg yolks. priced dinners) will be served
made to Florida It 1* believed that Mix sugar, egg yolks, butter and Mr. Plousek has been a restaurant .
the sum to be distributed later to boiling water Let cook for IS man for seven years His most
Dade County growers will exceed minutes In double boiler. Add corn- recent connection ws with Louis
$100.000 this year Funds for the starch dissolved In lime juice. Cuts in Fox River Grove, til t
field work arc not yet available, Pour Into baked pie shell. Cover Under his management the Log
but the preliminary clerical details with meringue made of three elll Tavern will make a specialty of
are being financed by a small whites, beaten stiff, sweetened to genuine Bohemian cooking in ad-
appropriation of $250 recently taste half tip. baking powder and dition to offering the highest
granted by the board at county pinch of salt Brown meringueIn quality American cuisine Mr.
commissioners for this purpose. oven. Plousek said. i -
I BnUlantly-BiMd garments bright sunshine and tropical foliage will
I make the great "natunma* or third-dimension picture of life among the t
!Mrs. Walker Teach
By Mrs. H. r. Shepherd to 1 Seminoles in Florida's mysterious everglades, one ef the most colorful
SOMMERSContinued I Melt tbsp. butter In pie tin covering Summer School HereMrs. of the many colorful exhibits fat"Naturalarlnm" as the new building en ,
bottom and sides. Crush the Florida area at the Great Lakes Exposition at Cleveland win be called. \
---- two Sc packages vanilla wafers Nell K. Walker, county)I i i The Illustration above shews Miss Margaret Humphreys of the staff el
( From faM One) and press onto bottom and sides or school board member, announcedthat artists and ..!1InU.... fader tilt direction of Kerry Blares the landscape ;
I I I I artist working with the Indiaa men, women and children chosen ss the
drive
some relatives to Miami, and pre pan for: crust: Beat < egg yolks. f
sine else has
no one applied<1
: models lot the life-die figures whkh will the group to be presented -
after arrival' there: wrote back and Add Juicepf\ Persian limes and for the position of teacher of the:,>, at the Orest Lake EipotHion. The picture will be 42 feet long ay .
canceled his Alaska.trip. A JittU W tsp. grated, rind. Add .1 can summer' school for the Junior and II feet.hi depth, showing Seminole dress, architecture, general surround-
later he accept*}.teaching position -.1 Eagle Brand milk-and H cup sugar. senior Homestead and Redland I lop and Implements of At chase as well as the limited agriculture whkhprevaila ;f'

in Ada Werritt Junior High Beat,well and pour.: Into high schools, she herself, will I among this tittle-knows tribe- he only unconquered India trhe i: {,
.. ,School at Miami and'the following crusts Make meringue with 4 Conduct the Hummer school. within continental United States. The palm and ether tropical growth*
year cars to Homestead t>rlnMr egg'wnltea beaten stiff W'which !'I Win be life site as'win the birds besets and fist which abound In that \
.. ) cipai tonlj't( .loe a'I'abadt; 6J&.' 'I 4.tbkp: tujs'r hat beer added Place ._Quarter,..schools of, the countyare i tnysterioiH land and furnish much of the food el the Indian inhabitants, t
I >lSomijfefVsaldJWbelleve>
the'country day school f r.the coming 111 moderate: oven 20 minutes Credits in. certain subjects, she
said The tuition la three dollars
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method of education although Place In- ice box to chill Serve day from 11:SO till a:SO by Mrs. Mrs. Whitney says.
It is now In ill experimental stage: cold., I i month for each subject taken. Alice Ruth Whitney of Miami federal Mrs. Whitney teae"In.. the
He said I nationally known edu- The summer sessions begin next music project teacher. Both music room of the Redland schoolon
cational research group had asked Monday and last eight weeks j jMr adults and children who are not Thursday of each week.
By Rachael Janet
Walker will conduct her
permission to study the progress of a cups bel"w.ter" financially able to pay for instruction Miss Shirley Thome of Miami,
classes in the Homestead High
its another federal teacher, at the
school after It la established. 2 are welcomed Into Mrs. Whit-
egg yolks .
Edward Stlllng. pioneer real I. 1H cups sugar School I I ney's classes. : same time teaches Redland pupil
estate man, five a vocational talk how to play stringed Instrumentsand
4 tbsp. cornstarch Instruction i* by the class meth I the harmonics. An effort 1*
in which he told of his arrival inj I 2 tbsp butter Manager Re-appointed |
Florida City 17 years ago when the;I Vitsp. salt For P.-T. A. Cafeteria od. About forty are enrolledIn being made to get her to leach In
town was named Detroit and of the Homestead classes so far. I Homestead also. a
Vi cup Urns tulce. '
Ms activities. since then. Mix sugar, salt and flour (or Mrs. C. O. Robertson was re- ,7

cornstarch), and add to beaten egg appointed manager of the Home-
'II. : yolks. Stir slowly Into boiling lead P.-T. A. cafeteria at a called
WWEEKtCxituiwd : water, to which lime juice has meeting of the' association's officers S.nUFv.ACIALThis
been added. Add butter. .Cook Tuesday. To show the asso-
until thick and pour Into baked iatlon's appreciation for her efficiency -
from Psee" Oiw I pie crust Cover. with meringueand she was given in Increase
stead plans to Join In the observance brown. In salary of two dollars I week.
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next week. Mayor Tan Her assistant Mrs. F L. :
Harris said last night he had not I$50.46 Realized From wain was given a Men-I Week
yet been asked to issue a proclamation 'c......
but he stood ready to do Sale of Poppies Here

so if those engineering the observance '
desired It. Local drink Fifty dollars and forty-six cents Federal Teachers Offer

stands and grocery stores will Join was realized for dllllbled'veteraMfrom Free Lessons in MusicFree l
la the observance. the sale of poppies by the .,
Persian Lime Week was one of Homestead American Legion Auxiliary Instruction In piano playing L AN
the promotion methods decided on I Saturday according to Mrs. I II offered at the Neva King Cooper
at a conference, between directors Frank B. Rue secretary of the i School auditorium each W.d...... i
of the Florida Avocado and Persian Auxiliary. Charlotte Ceronimo 1933 FORD COUPE

Lime Growers and key business : daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. j
men of Miami two weeks ago Ceronimo, won first prize for $250
at a meeting arranged by the agricultural selling the most poppies, and Bud. GROVETHEATRE
committee of the Miami dy Kuhn son of Mrs. Lamar Ken. 1934 Chevrolet Sedan
Chamber of Commerce at the request drtck, won second prize ''I .
of the lime co-op. I Mrs George W. Turner, Jr., COCONUT GROVE Good Condition; paint and rubber new.
The following are among Persian Mrs. Fred Redd and Theresa Redd Shows T and > Admission ice I

lime recipes that have teen j, canvassed Redland; Mrs. Harry Matinee Sal. and Sun. 2teltel 1933 Deluxe Sedan i
received by the avocado and lime I) Hiner, Ruth and Mary Hiner and .. as. Plymouth
growers' co-op In response to Mamie Lee Posey canvassed r
New paint rubber good.TRUCKS .
request recently broadcast: a'' Goulds; and Mrs. Rue and Char- ;
lotte Oeronlmo canvassed Florida Sun., Mon., Tnes.. Jane I. 7. I8CUONE ,
PERSIAN LIME CHIFFON City. Other Junior members of
By Mrs. Frank Schneider the Auxiliary helping in Home- SIMON i
1 eggs I I stead were Katherine and Ruth JAMES STEWART Jt %v g4aEg OF r

H cup sugarU Graves, and Dorothy Kuhn. JEAN IIERSHOLT ,
cup lime! juice Ia

H Up. salt I I "Seventh Heaven ALL KINDS AND
Separate eggs and beat yolks.I For results use Leader-
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Classified AdsNATUROluAS ,
Enterprise
Juice. Cook in,double boiler until I
,' rather thick. Cool mixture and Wednesday, Tharsdsy DESCRIPTIONSBird

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to which sit cup. sugar and salt LACUNCft QUIVER
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"I. lightly browned. Eervewtth whipped IS NOT EXTENSIVE Fire Over England"FrUUy

cream, meringue may be' watt ft Lye BesMtsead

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4. cups fresh time Juice tl-H AMBULANCE: SERVICE I MAE: CLARKE
green veetab'eolorill' if A i'
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Lady,
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Make a syrup of boiling water Phone M4-R Homestead, tics

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REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER
vmseost; TO .. c. .imrcrFreight '
, GENERAL HARDWAREPhone Dirt. Weed, Shafts**. Registered Land Surveyor
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. M-LEADER-ENTERPRISE: m f IQfllPAUNV 411x1C I d!1 hAWmrl t D Y m Water Be Used Hyacinths As Feed Can And !" :

bUshe4 Fridays at R*e etaed. Fertilizer Material ;
Fin. by the Secta Dade '

P&G.wag Co. 1 ,dt'r. i- The water hysrinth supposed ,
: t| to have been introduced Into flor. ,
HEM AKCKM ... ..__.. UUtorttaUOUE Ida in the late IDBO'i has spread '
&ACII AtCIXt < e. until It threaten to infest every ;.
'. .... Associate EUtaraaaMeKa fresh water lake and stream la .
R !lUll ftUQE& 01 the slat At first thought beautiful G
t aisss4 M seeBlass sun / or TW $ STOtttcAi.o
+* .. .'11. *1 00 te eat .11> {;R.\rN: -UC l.AfCI quick growth In pond, It was soon w
.... .(HMM.M..n MIke .,scaler found to be t pent It mnden n.
ant of Natick S. lira aavtgatian and pleasure boating' Mal'l the beauty of'th*, lakes and i e.
A mm nUtOB It" A TXABFriendships I rivers, renders tiuMfclto tror\\' rYd
more difficult perhaps adversely; ,
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affects fish parUfcuUrly 1I1ac\,
bass. in a lake or ktream, end M ( -
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BT CAaOtTW K. (Mas. C A.) I doubt also reduces the capacity<:.
' FIELD: I of water for absorbing heat and sbto
Inj thus giving protection to adjacent
Friendship are ships that pall crop during the cold night
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the night
"f Yet, however brief they maybe ..'. Eradication of the pest now 11an .
i Impossibility however tine ,
It profusely from either dm
'. Hat it ever occurred to you, grows
Ir that He vegetative parts or teed. Is wld.
r ty scattered, and Its teed sometimes -
a Might have tied them to etem- J
I\y lr 7w m Of"MJ! stay in ponds for years before .
they germinate Much ts
n
complete eradication is to be desired -
Hew fin It la, a* our way we take In
It I* now admitted to be be
cannot 1I
That the future jv* see 6.
Yet how tine It .is, K seems tome yond accomplishment.
A When a pest cannot be eradicated rtw
That each one I* given a key the next best thing I* control.
" I -. .----- .. E F DeBusk, citrlculturlst with the r
To unlock the friendships, day by state agricultural extension service
.j day I proposes that farmers and .ts
And to use It most lavishly I growers use hyacinth to fertiilza .
A hey for you and a key form their citrus tree and other growing -
'. crops. He says the weed has s.e
To be used though unselfishly considerable fertilizer value and
I hat the additional avnntage of being -
, organic in nature. Florida a
Fr&'lICbhIPlre& mode to treasure i toil are improved for crop pro- r
I think. J .rxx duction by the addition of organic.
For their love and fidelity | =' matter

Are symbols of On who roost Aiialylae made at the Florida t, e
certainly I Experiment Station show the hyacinths I
Was friendly to you and to m*. I I I to carry a content of t per L

cent nitrogen and about per cent 4
Yet friendships are ships that pass potash, one 4 per cent moisture ,
In the night l 'l basis This would indicate that

Yet, however brief"She? maybe the plant, dried tq 4 per cent moil
'j;11Friendship TURTLE MOUND Is located on the One ,of the most Interesting plants In aura would have a fertilizer value
through life, it' 11ndianRiver. ) a few miles ';south of >{ Florida Is the PITAYA, a native of Mexico ot about $7.00 a ton. Whlle,%reen gn
teem, for tie city of New Smyrna and : known also as the Night Blooming and undried they would be worth
a nave beer tied, fa tUrrdty". a'a earn*' property of the Florida State Cereus or Strawberry Pear. Because of from SO to 60 cent a ton as fertilizer -

Historical Society. Steeped in rich his its scrambling habit of growth, it has be- The organic matter values
Byrd Tells What All Can torical tradition, it will now b* preserved torn a popular ornamental in the warmer would be additional. e..

Do to Check War 1 for posterity. Built of oyster an4 seashells sections of the state and lends a pic 'Goln, a little more Into figures,
by the Indians over five centuriesago turesque appearance especially to ,low Mr. DeBusk lay the area ot water
Can we, as Individuals do'.nr-I' it teaches a height of nearly 50 walls where ample room is available. hyacinth in the St. Johns Riverterritory
thing to avert .*art feet. It figures! In ancient history and Its extremely large flowers open at alone has been estimatedat
Admiral Richard E. Byrd believes II charts of the Old World 'old drawings night Its stems are three angled. Its 30.009 acre, each of which
that we can and In a 'recant -I oft It being preserved to this day on' oval fruits are red and contain an edible would produce 100 ton ot green
Issue of the Rotarian MaaIIt I papyrus. white juicy flesh. material annually or 3.oo0Oot
enumerates several steps that I]1 1 tons for the entire area, At ID i
can be taken by all\ Individual defining .I i' I I, cent a ton, this would have an t
to maintain peaceful relations 'tide in amity? We know of coune, annual fertilizing value of 1,309- I
More Than Million Now Available -
between nation. 1 that they cam The classic Instance 000.

m -Th* first step" urges the fa-J t* Canada and the United State. ForState'85,500 Farm Relief Families I It hat feeding value for livestock *
anus arctic explorer, who on hit two countries& having the longest also, and baa been used for
bet top to tie South Pole resolved I common frontier of any nation*- that purpose tor more than 49>>
to devote most of the remainder of without one mile of that frontier Gainesville June 1 More Gum worked out farm and borne plow I year. I
Ms life to effort tor peace, .'I* to fortified-and not In a century and one million dollar It MW available /prepared by rehabi station.county By.making snore wiespread us*
inform ourselves and our children a quarter has there been war orOM foe ecDendlUirM at Jh* |,MO farm and turn supervisor and r of It on their garden orchard,and
at to what Involved In the choicest serious Hunger of war The Florida rehabilitation farm faraUtos farm beads \la co-operation with field crop and hi feeding their .
be mad*. countries nf the Scandinavianpeninsula according to J A. Texada. county .&rIllllI1I1n1..Jn this 1 cattle,, farmers adjacent to waterIn
'*TueU ] tto. have Mt known Jt. stale rehabiHtttloo director waythe backs :
just one of the Question government Its which hyacinth are growing
war for more than a century Farm and home -p1.rut1l.va beencompleted Uoant with ,
ot peace: disarmament Hewcouch supervision which acts would be obtaining something of
doe the man In th* street "The final thin, .| course, after and loan agreements in a way 14 security ia addition to : value and at the same-time keep-
"w about it? Th point la that having informed ourselves I* to perfected requiring $1.404,000Rehabilitation ,[the usual crop loins and chattel ing down a troublesome pest.
disarmament It not at simple a* It lake positive action toward the farm families are mortgages on equipment and animals
...n wives about It. at we need to Inform 'a", I am not *. cure-nor am 1 crops making purchases and arranging loaned I A gentleman had completed his A
ourselves about all the prob.,are that any one way It the only tor deliveries at an manner The suc lean of peace To promote way-I would, net want, to glom of necessities Incidental to by the fine repayment record out the tales slip asked: '
w* mutt know what peace my mind to any proposal honestly farming Work stock livestock of last year What la the name, please'"Jepson.
"A second step, perhaps p'ace'f\ and competently made with the poultry, materials.; Implements, ." replied our hero.'
steely war and violence a* purpose ot furthering peace When itemaof aubsistann etc. art being "ChrptonT
tawns, and to reach conclusions| peace come .It MIl M,datrb come secured.. Thousand of rehabiU.tatkm Attempt, to Matte paper1 orl-r: Jepson. Sixteen twenty
about then I* violence effective' I through the neetuif and .greenwnt farm famines arc.'happily From Australian Pine --*. i
I* war an efficient method of many nUnda which among [striving to reach mother step up. --r "Tour flint' Initial, pI..**.' ..jPage
cI settling dispute? Disregarding themselves pones diverse views ward ta their nhbUitatioa program Tampa; June S (rhStfStudentsa OhK.". .,
ethical consideration, bloodshed,, on moat *ubect*-and even _th- the Vntverrtti bt Tampa "0. K. J tpIOII."
veined live, blololcC'OfIt- oft M attatnmg this ebjeetire"Jail be able to arraynever "TCxcus me, It Isn't Ot K. ; * "We have don well \In the pasti'add make silk: purse '*
,- pnrnces, sod th* like doe war doth 11 Us'. Ynada, "..* Florida rehabilitation out of tt>vf ears; fcut they are understand TO' ,l'IIe; I said.0h.. -

I Immediate Job,el settling Internutloftal the Cart tarnlJ.l".H. 'test aoriMM>t>ns; with she making ofrayoa *"O Na-:Jepson RuttoutthrO' and let the K:
disputes? expectations from this season's tnd ia ef>ijt ojbejiulpet "
rtt*think In sober mamejt that ). California Dr C. jr. Chewr-tesops. I .m onfldealbaVwithaferago Auitralun UBa uu4t tint. s we mutt avoid war at all costs;yet ton; president. ,of Chapman'. College -! '.weaMter..MMaM, thit rer M
sleets tha-ho5.com**. 14 W"u.' -hw .uttntetf.VtM :Kt. year will ?ewr. rpaedp ot .... a1. the fdtemiitry:aVpantroent..,*f Initials''gain' you pleas* ";"give' .mouf* -,' .J]
temn thV Xreater imperative traffic ornnmtvrtoA the Marcerathes habilitation farmers wUh a tue.ctnful Ute 11. .* ;'. -
risers. to b*, boos.* vat reeuntry .W 'ai ...e>rile ea r* wean l harvest thai will jend them !ifr.1 .,. apparatus thas.bsa-**& ':J laid R." "
aratad.whatapporently,tihreatatt tt.punlthrng violates,./>e.taw. a. tone way up the rehabilitation *nMruct 4 ttwedd andtend* "Patdao.; you said* o. K. ;., I
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Perhaps w* can fortify our John Dos Convicted M- &speeding d tt'." 1 1]t funr found around.the"university SaidPK V '
serves oSKlcxst thlt by ,calm logic for Instance, would not gels jail habilitation loan are' mad bulMtntVformerrjr tbeTsnips "Just now.you said K"
artotk Per- and would not a fine,-tat his to *m.. lama smiUn...wins "Allow tn* to finish I said.:tftV
before ** war ctouids pay g Clay fCeIItI; Dr.. Bo4e...Hti*. 4eni because 1 dldnt Undentand'what 1
hep w* can convince --'VNoaM automobile ,would go to durance eater. someone ed ardit.an.es em.hsauatut .aMMaot* tMpe ....I...*U*,.t* '1 1
then othen, that wr does Mt vtte, ptthaM for I* day, perhaps. ,OM the kaais;ot carefully transmute: the pulp? of the; fastrowing yoa wr' utfttnet tfnintjneaa -
and dlfficultiei. toe )0 day, perhaps for M day < U was' any iaJUal Mjf acme
settle problems AustratUn pin. W r..*oa Ia.nlty'! .. .
"A third ..**. '\\lDlliWbaaIl San! : This way teem fit*.1 whimsical if not be wise to disarm a man who aid paper .."Ob" Jepson "1

take. ,perhaps. eo.U .*i Admiral *uMeUeaMt ban des l*4t the baa already rieaaaMtraawl hot'*.. _>,:If their experiment/ *.*rotMful *. "*.. 'not O,'UV'K. Her*,.give'
.. to Inform themselves a* of an Me It It to wise to
germ cannot
Hyrd. ue tvetierly a machine they will form ''a"bail for *
a m* the pencil aced I It write Jt my
W wus. a really necessary toe ,disarm a mace who, teem likely to loot a* dlaaiferauil air* ntBMnr -, neW,-.nd.....bte'!lndmjry...is.i'bn I tell There gueai MT' O-K. po**l lIMIl. <
ptac. CtoMUMUni&to 1 make harmful MM af. a CINI would {Maine) Ne_ .
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7' International diplomats. It helps make employment for our home town folks, helps

It sounds a little more polite than the common expression, make prosperity for all of us.
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r *you scratch my bhck and 111 scratch yours." 'Bu; .ft .

1 i cornea right down to the same thing. "; :, REDLAND DISTRICT BOOSTERS NO. I
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( Nations ,get along by helping each other, just like states, J, W Miglnnlf, Homestead representative of Storwlll.drolux.:
,\ r ;, Caves bldg Krome avenue, has been a resident of Dade County for
cities communities'and families.
,,. \ ; the put twentyfiveyear Mr. M'|tnnli had the opportunity tit
-j, -s, watching (\1, growth and progm of Homestead until, becoming

You help me and 111_ help. you. It is as simple as'''tna+.... to convinced become mart that' there closely was tdenttfitd a definite with future south In Dude this County area, It*and decided mov:

Every, purchase you make from your home town mer- (continued on Page Nine)

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cbaritlttltl entertained-the Rain "ThOsditipt; sit fYe bkrelf ot .: r.rr6; 'ucf'''' l( (tie 'to- v

or Shine Club with a luncheonWednesday. EVERY PONTIACIMPROVEMENT. sign help to prevent accidents. rN 87,662lnlCll compared 11th
20 Years Ago Mb Margaret Baker In the ejaufflcation of protective :' unit la the like month of

was t*. center of attraction for safety feature are the 100 percent 1938."Norge.

the luncheon was In her boner and steel Fisher bodies. with sotid vale increase* so far

11I111I11"II II 11I11 11:11I11111111111I111I1111I11'Iot : for the purpose of aimouncrag her steel turret tope, aUae, panels,I this year," said Blood, "reflect the ,

t.._.. ..._ a. .... enga..ment and approaching marriage ADDS TO SAFETY I door and floor Outride of theluggage Increased buying power of greaatremployment I

k.NOWnart.!. f,_. oiUtlMw res.M u...11.-It. sets to Mr Albert RoaHr." shelf in the trunk, there and higher" wages.They t

M u.. KOTih steno HUMC ..* -"Rev. W. O. Fletcher and wit laat a piece of wood a* big a* a also Indicate the greater public -
.K...,........M.,.17. lilt with UMli. 1w were given a fine reception to the Pontiac MichJune 3 Motor _tch. This body really I* I' Interest in home modernization

'+ school: auditorium, Homestead on ear become safer every year. And steel life preserver for Iii occu-'and new residential construction.
asks B. H. Anibal, chief -
why. engineer
.,.' I HI Thursday.o'L Representativechurch pant There is a national spendabiHty
I Il I from Princeton, of Pontiac Motors Then there I* the new four-way
|at least twelve billion dollar greater +
'I'IK T rue h.. Jr. enlisted In "
"Well take he
Sliver Palm. Naranja, Redtand, our own case X-type cantilever chassis frame
than In 1933 and much el this I*
West but
U il I 1"ierVIe.t Key
( n Florida City and other point in said. "Unless we can make every I that I* three tune more rigid and|going Into the home. Not only do
week He ii accompanied byF
redesigned part of a chassis, engine -
the county vied with our townspeople throw a. gigantic safety factor more people desire the convenience
) ,ink: Hue, who bu also enlistedin or body contribute somethingto 'I
in an official greeting to between the passengers and land health protection of Rollator
that branch Pastor Fletcher and Mr*. Fletcher, the operating safety of the car any outside crushing force. I!refrigeration but they are replacing '
'June S. Registration Day, passed who have been with us long enoughto on the highway, we leave them the "Not so many yean ago we all washer and range, and adding

quietly in Homestead and the account for the warmth and way they were drove cars with folding cloth top[new heating equipmentll a larger -
neighboring town There wn no personnel of this public' reception.In "Why change at all It It doesn'tbuild that flopped back and forth II we, way than before."Interesting .
opposition shown to regbtratlon. the receiving line were: the greater safety into a new car? careened over the road. They were I I "
The number registering In Homestead Rev. W. O. Fletcher and wife; "Safety a* applied to automobileconstruction I 1 mere match boxes without coven. too, reported
I Blood, 1* the fact that Norg
wa far In excess of the estimated Rev. F. N. Lapham and wife, of the naturally divides Itself They didn't ride well and engine open
order at the end of April for all
figure a conservative estimate Florida City M. E. Church; the Rev. Into two classification: feature were noisy and full of vibration. i
I product exceeded total shipments
being 100. Out of the total Dr. Barton and wife of the Home that provide preventive ..re'l "They didnt hold the road and I II
for the comparative month of 1934
of 157 reglitering. 79 were native stead Baptist Church; A. C. Grow ty and feature that provide protective their headlamp were little morel I
and represented 99 cent of
born white men three white and wife; the Rev. H. R. Core and aafety. than figure of speech. Spindly per '
alien 37 native born negroes, and Col. H. S. Chubb." "Every major Improvement In I wheel seemed always ready to I'i April sales.
41 alien The alien R hostess the 1937 Pontiac can I* a safety I I II
negroes. negroes -"Mr* R. Prldgen wa the snap off and when you changed a -'-
are from the Bahama to the Owls Tuesday evening. Improvement, regardless of how tire at night :you had to stand In: I
Thirty-eight were registered at I Progressive five hundred wa much it contributed also to appearance I,Front of the centrally mounted tall

Florida City. I) white and 17 ne- played and at a late hour It wa performance, comfort or lamp. Skidding wa made I 1FiERVICE I
.. found that Miss Eunice Nixon had economy. And these Improvements by high pressure tire*. easy j

groetMis* Marjorie Leach who hat won the ladle prize and Messra. either fall under the headof "Contrast that with the car of nI II
T. P. Brooker, Clark and C. B. preventive or protective safety ]
been teaching In Key Welt High 1937. What a glorious automobile I
features."Some
School la staying with her parents Colby tied for the men' prize. safety the motorist of today has at I
of the preventive
for a few week and will then go After playing off the tie, Mr. Include visibility ill disposal, when looked at from I
feature improved -
"
to Tallahassee to teach In the Brooker won the prim."Mr. I any angle--aafety included." R11
summer school before going to Columbia .- and Mrs. J. I). Redd left on due to higher and wider of i
windshield With
greater angle
extended visit to
Monday for an
University for graduate

work. (Florida City). Washington." and point In the Carolina that slant tilt; the to adjustable give driven driver's of different seat..I NORGE IS AHEAD J
Miss Ruby Leach li pending a YOU LIKE
suture the correct line of
week with her parent on Palm -"Work Ma been started on the
avenue. (Florida City). I power house by the contractor, low; wider driver' seat with 'VII-I AGAIN WITH 26 I Careful checking and thorough
er elbow room; Improved
Mrs Ruby McKay of Moore I Ben Flower, who expect to mention and inspection which

Haven was In Florida City this finish the building in two week point cross-steering with PER CENT GAIN we inst| upon in every case
that I easier and
steering ratio *
week visiting her parent, Mr. and I nil must be done on account of give you the dependable, conscientious -
the fact that the electrical contractors surer; more positive acceleration;I
Mr J W. Hunt service you want. We
'Joseph Rusted I* building an have already begun locating open-type Improved multi-beam knee action headlight which. I*; Detroit ..Jmes:: Again Norge appreciate your patronage and

addition to his house on Broadway the pole.. The building, easier and aster around corners; lead, according to Howard E. we know that Its continuance;
also making improvements which I* to be of frame, will be
Blood, executive vice pre.ldenBor.W.rnt'r \, depend to
Hotchkls drive with less chance upon our ability
on the lot" (Florida Qty; ). 18x40 feet and will contain all the
,
Corporation parent
for the of kidding; lower center of grav- satisfy 'ou.RED .
The election of the teacher necessary paraphernalia
--
company with 231,413 unit household
Ity built-in windshield defrosters
for the; Homestead and Florida City ,generating of electricity.: A large ; appliance shipment for the WURMAN'S
and triple sealed hydraulic brake
schools wa the main topic of di* tank Will be situated at thejttck tint tout month period this
cuulnn at the meeting of the local I for storing the' fuel oil to run the compared With 1 0S68 unite SERVICE STATION
school board tot Friday. Out of a engine. The place elected by; W. B. Cave. W. J. Tweedell, R. r. comparative period of 131 a year'l .
.. Krone at Sid street
below Arch Camp Dorsey, O. M. Budd, and W.
large number of applicant, the the council lust of better than 21 per cent April
following were accepted and also bell' gasoline tank on the Florida tle. Mr*. F. J. Power nd 1r

recommended to the county board: City road. ...* fine one a* there A. 8. Bounle were the \ Bat-I

Freshman sophomore and enlor I* a good road In front and a rail the club."

English and freshman and junior road aiding at the rear of the -"C. V. Barnes purchased Save on Your

Latin. Mr* Eva Dean Fisher; home building." of the small boat on the Florida I II

economics, sophomore biology, -"Miss Genevieve Crawford, I City Canal recently and now that I Ii

freshman science and junior history county canning club agent, is i terming "..lOna ended he Is Home Water System '

Miss Carrie Lou Gray. In away at present taking a .vacation I busily engaged at feeding the fish
the grade the appointee are a* after her strenuous winter work." with Indigestible hook"
follow; eighth grade, Mr O. R -"The C. D.'. met at the home I Ever Ready Deliver 3156 ;

Rivet: seventh grade Miss Lue of Mr*. J. W. English on Thun Gallon Per Hear
Home Water
Mae Green: ilxth grade, Mr*. Neva day for an afternoon of work and NEWTG.BALLNotary ] System
K Cooper fifth grade, Mia Lela pleasure. Two contest were had

Luter fourth grade, Mb Eula the prize winner being Mr* O. mile

R a j second and third grade, Mr*. M. Budd and Mrs. W. J. FIRE INSURANCE AND 5

Dorn 0 Sails; tint and primary Delicious refreshment Twt't'deu'l KINDRED WES 64 : :

1 grade, Mlu Clarke Cole." ed by the hostess to the SS N. Krome Are.r .
Mr*. Edward Silting moat members: Mesdames J. j
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Cash price nsirisit, (
| YOU WANT MY KIND OF FAINTRM.aertho4W I 1
I $8 down

f $7 monthly ? Lva t

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I cost less than Sc per day to operate this home water system for ,
N. I. DAVIS CO. .f( BALTIMORE the average family And it can be depended upon for reliable ser

I vice. Double-acting. reciprocating pump provide 330 gallon of
i" water per hour. Bj-asa-Uned cylinder and bras valve seats manU
a longer wearing system.: Buy it .,..Sear Plan
FOR' It yean ... k4 bx aw, K'e es brae.e..w... Easy Payment

ei oai P&W4 ryaaj fmtorft* ., __ 250 GaL Per Hour
4150
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'folks...':..aiei .A s connection wish! .., ocher I System .......................................................... h
Palo company regardless ol n-J.
Back prodwi tasty line is mind Wry of Bass*. And third dUll mr

.I Sroa she finest materials sad w produces are said Only through' GALVANIZED'WELLPOINTS30Inch

seeding to a special so a drari s4 dealer operating la. I
J that it It hr for k. pardcvl.f kla4 dependent and ew tyip : 1.98 t

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give I-
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p Friday,June 4, 1937 THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Page Seven
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5 for Women this year Is expected left Wednesday for Detroit., To- struction at the Biscayne Temple lit
to return home today after a ledo and Cleveland where they Miami Saturday. e
: I short visit at the home of Mr. and will visit friends and ret6"for I :.- :

In and Around Mrs. Stanley Gulp of DeLand. )(1'1.1' a month. I Mr. and Mr. D. U McKhMtey ,
,, 'Gulp! who before her marriage was and their small sen. Herbert, and

Mia Margaret MeOerrah will return -; MiN Jewel Turner returned to Betty Graham vtsrled relatives) In
'\ with Miss Vena to spend a; Homestead Saturday to spend Lake Worth Meaday.
Homestead few days in Homestead. I about two weeks at her betas be-
I I fore she returns to Tallahassee to Miss Thelma MacMnhan la now
a> Miss Fern Robertson who bw I attend summer school at the Fter. staying at the Butler Hotel
been attending the Florida State Ida State College for Women.
1 College for Women will"remain In I Mrs. O. L. Shewslter visited
and relaUvea there and Miss Tower
daughter oi
Miss Eta Aroiarena Tallahassee to attend the .-11 Club:
relatives in Lake Worth .
Saturday.FLOBIDA
y Mrs. Sylvia Atkins, returned Sat and Miss McNeUl will attend the Mrs A. H. DaUliwr of Shelby
short course whale starts June 5.
I urday from the Florida State Col- state assembly which will meetat : N. C., and her little daughter, ,

I fcgt for Women in Tallahassee Southern College on June 7. Archer Smith who has completedhis Margaret Durham, will leave today CITY
f After a two-week stay at her borne They will be accompanied- Junior year at the University' for their home after a visit Mrs ,v. lie,...", Correspeadeet
M ( here miss Arourin will returnto Mrs. A. E. Neeley, mother of W. of FlOrid.returned yesterday.The I with Mra. Dclllnger's parents, Mr. :..::
j the college where she will re- L. Neeley, al far as her home in and Mrs. H.J. Davis of Homestead.
Wauchula.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mullins left
at the
bachelor's degree
| ceive a Rev. Allen West, Dukes
{ close of the summer school West Francis Irwin and Vlrgl! Miss Margaret Williams plans Wednesday morning for a six- I
and Mrs. A. B. Slaglo and Grennell spent Monday night and to leave today for her home In week trip to Kansas City. ;

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mark their two children left Tuesday Tuesday morning fishing on Francis Alva, Fla. whtre she will spend ,
with their children left for New for Lubbock, Texas, to spend the Irwln's boat. the summer. I Mn Ernest: Durrance of West it
(York Wednesday to visit friend summer with Mr. Slagl_'s mother. Palm Beach with her Infant son,
I sad relatives and to buy stock: for Mrs. J. M. Single. Mrs. Howard McClanahait ot Mr. and Mrs. William McMlchael Raymond, is visiting at the home )
I the store. They expect to,return Key West spent the week-end with and their sons, William and Jack, of her parents, Mr. and Mn. H N. '\
I in about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hammett who Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Holcomb her have left Eau Gallie to go to Brown
were called to Cedar Rapids by brother-in-law and sister. Charleston where they will spend ;
The Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Koest- the death of ka uncle returned the) summer. Mrs. J. H. Dixon and Walton t
after five-week visit Deden John Walton and Dixon left last week to torn Mr.
line and J. L. Burton, delegate ot Wednesday a Carl ,
Miss Emily Payne returned Dixon In Camilla Ga. tor the sum I
I the fdlam141.trld. will leave Wednesday with relatives there. Billy Geronimo have returned .
for St. Petersburg wberethef from Riverside Military Academy. home Saturday from Tallahassee mer.
where she has been
attending the
I will attend the annual Florida The Rev. Howard Field, ton of -
j
Florida State College for Women. The meeting of the Ladles Aid
John Frederick who is attending -
I Conference of the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. C A. Field of Homestead I of the
Community Church Wednesday -
I Church South. Appointments preached the baccalaureate the University at Gainesville
Episcopal:
at the home of Mrs.
John
Mrs. Ceo W. Turner.1r., Mn.
for the FutunFarmers'
will remain there
will be read at the ad- sermon at Lake Mary High SchoolIn
Edwin McCarrah and Misses Rohrer was attended by Mrs
convention, June 15-17.
of the conference on Lake Fla.
Mary
June Journment 14. I when he will receive a plantcr'i Esther and Helen Livingston attended Margaret Kennedy, Mrs Joe Dox- J.I S J.
degree. the O. E. S. school of inI I (Continued on Page Twelve)
-- Mr. and MW. Summerlin, _
Mr. and Mra. R. O. Walter and Mrs. J. R. Summerlin, her ion I
I.Ir. Blanche Bishop of Homestead Jimmy Summerlin, and Mn I Williams Chambers who la attending -
E and Mr. and Mn. Howard Ward Reno Fender returned to Daytona the University at Gainesville -
|Mr. and Mn. R. W. Craig, and Mr. Beach Wednesday after a brief will stay In Gainesville and
land Mn. Jack Baldwin of Miami visit with relatives here. work In the agricultural depart
I pent the week-end in Havana. ment of the university during the

The Rev. Allen West left Wed summer.
Mr. and Mn. C. E.: Eichenbergei
I
nesday for Shclbyville, Ky., where
and their Charles Jr. who baa :
[ ton ho 'will be assistant pastor and Miss Louie Long Fitzpatrick arrived -
I Just been graduated horn Riverside educational director for the Shel- home from the Florida State II
Military Academy left last byville Baptist Church during the College for Women last week to
I week for a two-month vacation in spend about two weeks before she
[South Carolina and California. summer. returns to Tallahassee for a summer II

Mrs. Hazel Robinson and her course.
and Mre.Dave .
Mn. Clna Stewart for
son. Russell left Tuesday
i Kutel4t returned to RedlandSunday their..home in Angola, Ind. aftera Mrs. L. T. Proctor was taken
:
after at.(ett'weekrip visit with Mrs, Robinson's parents Sunday morning to the Kendall
which Included atope in Mexico Mr and Mrs O. D. Camber. Hospital where she will probably
[:New Orleans, Brownsville, El undergo an operation the last of

Paso, Phoenix, Forest City, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. H. R..Prldgen. ofJacksonville next week. GREASE
[Chicago and Anderson and Good- visited Monday night
land, Ind. with Mn. Prldgen's brother-in- Vernon 'Turner Is expected to

law and sister, Mr. and Mn. R. J:. return home Saturday from Stetson -
Mr. and Mn. Lewis T. KJssam Homestead. University at DeLand where
Edwards of For rapid service in lubrication of all types
,
fromI
returned
{ Friday evening M has completed his sophomore
I their wedding trip to New York H. Collier. Alene KoeitUne and rear. drive into Peeples' Amoco Service and let us
land St Louis. They have taken Jr underwent
Ian apartment In Miami until their operations Charles Steffanl for removal, of their Edwin Lawrence, son of Mr. and go to work. Complete lubrication service in
I new home Is completed. Min Mrs. E. L. Lawrence was expected
tonsils at the Post Graduate hospital -
|Klnam la the former Miss Carole yesterday.Mrs. tome last night from Gordon twenty minutes. Thorough service ; lowest

Done- of Homestead. Military Academy In Barnesville prices.Peeples'.

Robert Glenn and her niece Us. A schoolmate Robert Brown
Mr. and Mn. L. B. Sommen and Mrs. Wm. Musselwhite ....i1lle.ve if Perry Ga., a sergeant at the
""baby will leave Saturday for Homestead today to attend the academy, was expected to accompany Amoco ServiceS.
I Camp Cloudmont, Mr. Sommers" graduation of Mrs. Glenn's son, him for a visit here.
|boya at Mentone Ala.
camp
Charlie Glenn, at the University A\e. & 4th I St., Opposite Tag Office
of Florida In Gainesville. Mr. Glenn Jack Krome is expected home
Mra. C. J. Farmatt and her will receive the degree of bachelorof the Jut of the week from the Indian i
{daughters Jean, Phyllis and Arden science In agriculture.Ray River School at New Smyrna.Dr. .
will leave the list of this weekto

[ spend their vacation in Chicago. Bowen of Metier, Ga, arrived and Mn Ernest Cooper plano
Miss> Jean Parman returned from in Homestead Monday to leave soon for Plainfield.Ind. 7k
[the Florida State College for Women spend the summer visiting his where they will stay for two or atA
Friday accompanied by
\ on uncles and aunts, Mr. and Mrs. T. three months.
r roommate, Miss Inez Dempsey
T. Bowen and Mr. and Mrs D. [..
lot Graham. Fla, who will nccom
Bowen of this tlty. William Henenhott, Robert Cast
1 pony the. Parmaru as far as her, and Sam Hickson returned tofomestead ever WW.

home. I Mrs. Askew Smith, her daughter, Friday from the Ala-
JuaniU and-. m. Carl left Wednesday home Polytechnic Institute at Au-
Miss Eunice Walker and Mia for Riddlevllle Ga., where burn. Joe Hickson who went to
lary Frances Arthur will leave hey will spend six weeks visiting the same school Is taking a short .
ada) to tttend the young peo Irs. Smith' parents, Mr. and Mrs. vacation la Virginia before returnIng -k
ple's course at the Baptist assembly C. J. Hartley. to Homestead. 10P '
which will be held In Stetson J j"r .. '
,. {University In DeLand. Miss Lois Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Field, Mia Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wittkop 'I
Walker who baa just completedher Leola Little and Miss Nella, Souls I 1 ,

freshman year at Stetson willairs will go to Lakeland Monday to EurrtTEBrmxiale I'ILU -- -\.
i there to attend the assem- attend the Florida Methodist Glands Tonsils WHEN I
bl1. Young People's Assembly at ceeatfully TreatedBy YWf BUY THE /.W i c**fe&

Southern College. The assembly Son-Surgical Methods I
t Mn. W. L. Neeley, Miss Mary loses Saturday. DR. RONWNO .It tnaj be fun to"sit to"on a game-but
McNcUl and Mine Ruth Tower ex- Mil N. E. Reread A venn .....'. the full la risking your money oa !,
c10 leave Sunday for Lake- Miss Alta Vann who was a Junior liens l-tt38. Miami far blades Probak Jr.at 4 tat 10*. offers Y

and. Mn. Neeley will visit friends I at the Florida State College yott a doubie-edg blade cf mown quality. rcat Y r a

Made by a special process,Probek Jr.glide 1 QI
TROPICXL.MDNKEYJUNGLE. through toughest whisker without pull or et te lrIrdtatloe.

HARRY'S WELDING SHOP I 'I I 1 .Probate Jr.is mad.by the world's toil dl.
largest blade manufacturer.Buy a package occ

PEINCZTON FLA, y.rMONKEY these.mooWabsving moot Wades today .v

Portable Electrla and Aeetybae Weldtef M Cylinder Blocks,

Cylinder Beads, AJnmlnitm Castings sad tUilen.AsifaneUve I" TK U.S.ADMISSION .

4 Mutt to ItepaJrbig-Catering te garages ka main PROBAKJUNIOR

1 hearing pouring an* aligned nmmliig. Connecting red peering lie
a4 tortag asrf eyUBder kerfag.EXPERT (with this a4 iter J I I
Children Ise
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-_Paire Four, __ u_ _THE TFATE1'1Sh'TER PTUSP. Friday June 4,1937


MLEMEHNTERPRISE : Ii
rbii i ed Fridays at Hemlent. *- Fertilizer
( ru.. by th* South load, Material
Mil hieg c*.
WR A y Th water hyacinth supposed
I I to have been introduced Into Florida .
HOr ARCHER _..- MttolMSJUOUE ..
in Ihe late 1880 ha spread
EACH: AftCRHtka44 until it threaten to tatart every
-. _ A10141011140 UIhI
lake and
fresh water stream m
I(1s1116W SN111f2t H t F16r4jCZE6 IK ""w the state At tint thought beautiful
'
e* Wood ela** aarttl t JJM'I offnt *4 STDB '- .own CT because of Its flower and its

saaata* MMeh .. Ittt al De trot 10 C'AIUruK quick growth to pond, It wes anon
.Mn>M B...rtf*..Tim ejjstol ,.. !C und to be a pest. It hinder ,
the Ml el Ma** .. IMAM nY aavlfatton and pleasure boating,
ik tan the beauty f'the-.lake* and
1 .
>rucx.; t L" A J'UaFriendships river render rottejuVto control ,
more difficult perhaps adversely
affect fish particularly black

ban, in a lake or stream. and no .
BT CAROLYN E. (SUS. C "A.) I doubt also reduce the capacityof
FIELDFrlradihips t water for absorbing heat and
thiu giving protection to adjacent
are ships that lathe
PAIl II'i
I crop during the cold night.
, night I
Yet, however brief they maybe "''''''1 <0 ....... Eradication of the pest now Is
r 'i an Impossibility however since

HM it ever occurred to yen..1.1I ..-_..... ,-. .,.. It grows profusely from either
, that H. .1j I 1 vegetative part or seeds I II widely
, Might have tied them to etemttyT -j scattered, and its) seeds someI I ;
.1I
1 1;now M or lug time stay la pond for year before
I they germinate Much as

Haw tint It ... u our way we take, taS complete) eradication to to be de-
That the futures cannot aes.::1'j V'' ti sired, it U now admitted to be beyond .

Yet how line it ... It eeem tome accomplishmentWhen
t a pelt cannot be eradicated -
That each one li given a key'j A''Wr the next best thing to control. .
., E F. DcBuck cltricuUurlst with the
To airlock the fnendahtpa, day b y state agricultural extension service -
, day propose that farmer and '
r And to UN it moat lavishly\ grower use hyacinth to fertilize ."
A key for you and a key for 1 1I their I citrus tree and other growing
'_ me crop He says the weed ha
To be wed, though unselfishIT -1I I considerable fertilizer value and .
I ha the additional avanUge of being "
organic in nature. Florida :1'
Friendship were made to treasure I oils are Unproved for crop production a:
I think J by the addition of organic
For their love and fidelityAre matter '
symbols of One who moat I Analyse made at the Florida

certainly I d Experiment Station how th* hyacinth
W*. friendly t. you and to me I to carry a content of 1 per I"-
cent nitrogen and about 4 pet cent "
Y", friendships are ships that pass potash, on a 4 per cent moisture
In the night L 1 1
,. bail This would indicate that
Yet, however brlet"'thet mat rs -- the plants, dried tq 4 per cent molf- J
be, j !tTURTLEIQUND la located on the One.of the most Interesting plants In aure would have a fertilizer valueof ,
Friendship through life, PI! Indian RIver a few miles south, ol the Florid* Is the PJTAYA, a. native of Mexico about 17.00 a ton. While!green
"! aeern, for me can of New Smyrna and recently be- known also as the Night Blooming undrled, they would be worth
; Hive been tiedJIa eternity' a the property of the Florida State Cereus or Strawberry Pear. Because of from 90 to 00 cents a ten, as fertilizer l'l'.nd

r Iltotbrlcal Society. Steeped in rich Historical iU scrambling habit of growth, it has become 'The organic matter values
Byrd Tells What All.Can tradition, it will now be preserved a popular ornamental in the warm would be additional .

Do to Check War for posterity. Built of oyster and seashells er sections of the state and lends a pie.. Going a little more into figures.
by the Indians over !five centuries turesque appearance especially to low Mr. DeBusk says the area of water
Can we, as Ifidivld'iiat\ *. do any-' ago, it reaches a height of nearly 60 walls where ample room is available. hyacinth in the St John River
tiling to avert wart feet. It fifarea in ancient history and Its extremely large flowers open at territory atone has been estimatedat
Admiral Richard J:. Byrd be- charts of the Old World, old drawings alght Its stems are three angled. Its SO.000 acre, each of which
larve that we can, and In a recent ..1 I of. It being preserved to this day on oval fruits are red and contain aa edible would produce 100 ton of green i
issue of the Rotarian Meg, papyrus. .. white Juicy flesh. material annually, or 3,000008 i
sine enumerates several steps that)I ton for the entire area At 10 ,
can be taken by all Individual detairing ,II I 'cents a ton, this would have an
to malntalh peaceful relabon -'tide In amity We know of court. annual. fertilizing value of 1500. ,
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More Million
Than Now Available
between nation that they can The classic Instance
1ft The first itep" urge the t..j.ta Canada and the United Sta.... I For State's 5,500 Farm Relief Families I'000It ha feeding value tor livestock '
I moue arctic explorer who on his two countries having the longest : also, and bal beea used for
common frontier of any n.Uon.- that tor more than 48yean.
lost toP to the South Pole resolved I Ito purpose
devote most of the remainder without one mile of that frontier L OaJneivUJe, June I More than I pworkod out farm and home plaai, ; .
Mi life to efforts lor peace ".. fortified-and not la t century anda r one million- dollars la sew available }prepared by rehabilitationcounty By making more wtesprtad ue
Inform ourselves and our chlldre..alo oll quarter baa there been "war or lots eKoendlturw of the uoo Jama and home supervisors and 4 of: It on their garden orchard and "
a what Involved In the the serious threat of: war. The Florida rehabilitation, farm taraUata I|,farm bead, \la co-operation withcounty 1 field crop and In feeding their
te be madeTuSe countries of the Scandinavian according to -J. ,A. Texada, alJ"kul1un1.ta.-ln this c1.be cattle,, farmersadjacent to water '
'* !peninsula ato., have not known ,Jr. stab rehabilitation director way yr
Just one of the questions government back it* j in which. hyacinth are growing
ot peace: disarmament Hew war for more than a century. Farm and home plan have been j loans with uperviaion which act would be obtaining 'something of .e
much doe the man hi the Street -The final thing .f course after ,completed and loan agreements,in a way M security to addition to 1 value, and at the same-time keepIng -
knew about it? The point to that having informed ounelvei la to perfected requiring 11,404,000, the usual crop lain and chattel I down a troublesome pest
disarmament to not ai simple a* It take positive action toward the Rehabilitation farm famihe are mortgage on equipment and a.nimala -, I
....n *. We need to Inform our realizationour bettefa. DI ih* bually engaged putting in their purchased with the money!
"rive about It. as we need to In-I way', I am not aa sun-oar. am I croji. making purchases and arranging loaned ] A gentleman had completed his o
acre 'that any ono way to ate only purchase, and the clerk, in filling .
farm ourselves about all the prob. lot 4eUvera of an manner The success of this dark to attested -;
lean of peace To promote way-I Would net want tit eloae of necessities Incidental to by the fine repayment.record out the kales dip, asked; t
we must know what po ray mind \y pnoposri honestly farming Work stack, livestock, of bl year What to the name, please'*
**A ateond tie*. trhap*.pe.ce'l and competently male wlUi the poultry vrurterhtta, linplenielit, "Jepson,"' replied. our hero."ChlpsW .:
study war and violence a* purpoae of furUmtag peaea. When itene .,st.bst.L_ etc,are being ?
taxis, and tat reach nom peace comes M MIl lICI.cto.bt come ancund Thousands of rehabili.UUoa Attempt to Make paper "No. Jepson, Sixteen: twenty-
about them t* violence effee-1 throulh the ineebof and .. *.- farm families are. happily From Australian Pine C s ar' ;ert-.w :.c.YOUt'
the? I* war an efficient method ment of many +mind which ease, striving to reach mother step up.. flint Initial, please? ,
of settling dispute* Disregarding themselves possess inene. view ward ta shelf rthjSUrfatlo pro Yimp*, J+1Ie S (niS)-. udcnt *-OhK.'.* .1'1
on moat aubjccta.-and even method 0 K. Jep on"
ethical tonilderatioiv, bloodshed, at the theUlriverilty. rt Tampa snagnever
of attaining this objective gram.We JCUM'1IIf: it lint 0: K. s Towdidn't
. reined five, biological conqsseacce : **- have done wen In th put," be able to make! silk purse *
. sad the like doe war do aid .... Tetrads "**4 ttorti rekkbUitatkHi out of *ow ears. but they arc I understand" ,me." Mid' %,>!,: 'j.

tike Immediate Job,tt settling In- 'IJd1 the Cdr! famine.Jy H ***Mtpectationa 'e xywMeettiDf with *... mafctograyon. -"O. :Jpon.tfa.KuKotfttheand. let the C .
tornatleMl disputeat from thto season'sclops *ndt wpet buj qf.the jpulpreetta .- "
I lP We thlak In sober mandate hat In California thC .... I m onfideeA Mot?wtthaerw ., atral en under ilia. lUnd" w
i we mast avoid want all coats; yet ton. president .f, Chtwt--I .otaahet*laoattum. :thinyear .< Or OeoaM Bode,.he.. The Met* be***te t.eII'l aa d.

bail the'hdasr'.conVi. Id ouTeii pegs. '1111 tf .1IeIt..CW. "sate win J *ihabilitatkM at the chemistry department! erf I nftit'Will 1a' you please.'- *' give'. "-me 4.1 your* ., ..:
ottemenf 'Ui greater Imperative traffic eMrnnlwton the iricarcera larvwrs wiOt a *uc.caful tlieitiiwersitya '*.- agaipt"" :' .. '. : J
seems to bI....... of swishing ....... of the -1a the "Prtdon.: : you saIl O. x.- "
against\ vital apparently threaten* p w. long way up retiabilMatenXehabilitatlon eatructed frnes.edds'and .ends "
"I said
tt Perhaps we can! fortify our John Do., 'eomrlcted ttf ipeedinc i.dsler. r of hjnr found around the univervMy pli'iv""JurfnowywiaaldK" .
aI!>" aejaiMt this by calm logic for bxUnce would wt ID to jail loan are, made buildinofarmerty tne.Tampn "All saidlol.'
beta the. war clould arUe. Per and would not pay a tins,.bat his to dew 1Ind f sts tsvftalae;.mtaMseadantsaasrose Bay4i Meii Or. Bode! ndrhto. etwdeni I because"1 WIt'dldn to't finish understand'what"1

hap we nil convince euneJv. automobile would IG to durance eat asalk,mane ._.**.*..anti lap fitjbf.aba*..e* .. .-.
sad then others, that war does netaettle vile, perhaps Nr It day, perhaps hauated 'on tier bad::01 tranamuU. the .pulfr' of the; fast< real ttag'aneh'. 1iakrrt1.
difficulties. tor 30 day, perhaps for M days t nao'tt was .jr WUat Myr'name
and
problems growing AuatrtUaa pine Into rayon
Y,JtIt by' Jepson""lt0.'aot
"A third ...* .a>*v duah em TMa ny __ .U a whimicalannneitoa. M i not be wilt to diaarnt. a s aoaA sad paper.ful "Oh." .

bike perhaps" coaWwae ..\d s.iralBird. .1M chase 4a Ia tt.the has already dnooMttratad ...; ..11 their rxpe, meab'ara as ieai... O,'buHC Here ;giv*,
'it to Inform themselves a* germ of an Idea It It to wilt to cannot '
use Weperty a : they will, form a bu|. for anew me the pencil and 111 write J- *nywit. :"
te what ,4a teefly. ..... for disarm a man who aeema likely to hut an daijBnnii it. ((te*igor i nd. (wWHabfct1"'tndutryui,Inftarfcl There/1 guess net fX-ft.pew. .tv '
peace. Can MtiOM live side by make harmful ue eta ....would (Maine) New *. 1 1A
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RECIPROCITY is one of the big words much favored by service, better merchandise, and better prices. I

International diplomats. It helps make employment for our home town folks, help J

It sounds a little more polite] than the common expression, make prosperity for all of us.

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. J. W. MAG INN I S
,4, get along by helping I each other, just l'k states,
J W Maginnla, Homestead representative of Sorvel Electrolux,
i cities eommunities'andfsmilies . Cave bWg. Krome avenue baa been a resident of Dade County for t
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.'i ;.r I the part twenty-five yean. Mr Maginnui had Urn opportunity of
1r *H watching the growth and progress of Homestead until becoming
11. + convinced that there was a definite future In this area, h* decided
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PII ee Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE ---_. .. .Frida ,.June 4.19.1 .
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1 tharfMhgl> "entertained the Rain I 'tThosi'Itii feii1'drei' ot. e.:fNoigef insp a uet 'Unit taU .

1 1 4Ir Shine Club with a luncheon EVERY PONTIACIMPROVEMENT sign help to prevent arcldents.: taled t7.SU units compared "ifD7 r
20 Years Ag o Wednesday. Mia Margaret Baker "In the classification; of protectIve 911 unite in the like mOil

.. was the. center of attraction for safety feature are the 100 percent 1939.
", the htnchecn was In her honor and steel Fisher bodies, with oUd, "Norge sale Increases so''
11I1111 1111 IIIIIIII/I/III/IIIIIIIIJII/ /: / 1111I1111,I fat the purpose of announcing her steel turret top, aide, panels, thi year," said Blood "reflect j t ,

A Tlw MbwlMr ".- tM &" engagement and approaching marriage ADDS TO SAFETY! door and floor Outside of the Increased buying power of j art

tMta x.-._frw..flta... I...M..* the".r.BMM It. ..ISIS=, to Mr. Albert Rosier." I luggage shelf in the trunk, there j employment and higher $
"" u w swath swards ..._ aN -"Rev. W. O. Fletcher and wife. lan't a piece of wood aa big a* a They also indicate the greater j y+
ltoM-WMor....... O.1 It, INI, with UM a..w wet given a fine reception in the Pontiac Mich.. June 3 Motor I I match. This body really I* I lie Interest in home modem

.. school auditorium: Homestead en can become: safer every year. And I steel life preserver for Its occu-I and new residential coThere'
why, asks B. H. Anibal chief engineer I
June I. 1117 Thursday night. Representative pants. 1* a national spends
I church from Princeton, of Pontiac Motor I Then there la the new four-way
people |at least twelve billion dollar
: -"Cha*. T. Fuchs Jr., enlisted UM 'Well take our own case," he I .
chassis frame
Silver Palm, Naranja Rdland, X.t1Plcantilever er than In 1933 and much ot tll
the na'.lrve at Key West las t
Florida City and other point in said. "Unless we can make every that I II three times more rigid and I going Into the home. Not onII'I
week He I b ,
accompanied
] of chassis engine -
redesigned part a
aI the vied with our townspeople throw gigantic safety factor -
county II. more people desire! the convene
Frank Rue, who has also enlistee I
II in official greeting to or body contribute between the passenger and
In that br.nch."Jun. ." an something I and health protection of RoI18
Pastor Fletcher and Mrs. Fletcher, to the operating safety any ouUlde crushing: force. refrigeration but they are! repl '
S, Registration Day, passed .. who have been with us long enough on the highway, we leave "Not so many yean ago we all Ing washer and ranges, and adding
quietly In Homestead and thE e to account for the warmth ando way they were."Why drove car with folding cloth top new heating equipment in a
neighboring town There wa n personnel of this public reception. change at all lilt doesn't that flopped back and forth aa we way than before."Interesting larger -;,
d opposition shown to registration! In the receiving line were: the build greater safety Into a new car? careened over the road. They were "
The number registering In Homestead -. Rev. W. Q. Fletcher and wife; "Safety a* applied to automobile ment) match boxes without cover too, repo .
r. was far In excess of the estimated -. Rev. F N. Lapham and wife of the construction naturally divides itself They didn't ride well and engine'Blood, "I* the fact that Norg open

l figure a conservative estimate florid Qty M. E. Church; the Rev.I into two classification: feature were noisy and full of vibration. order at the end of April for'products

;to being 100. Out ot the Iota!I I Dr. Barton and wife of the Homestead that provide preventive safe "They didn't hold the road and exceeded total shipment]
1 cf 157 registering, 79 were native t Baptist Church; A. C. Grew ty and feature that provide their headlamp were little more I land for the comparative month of 1938' j

born white men. three whit t and wife; the Rev. H. R. Cere and tective safety."Every than figure! of speech. Spindly I represented sales.! 99 per cent of.'
; % alien, J7 native born negroes, and I Col. H. S. Chubb." major pro-I wheel seemed always ready to!April ,

41 alien negroes. The alien negroes -"Mrs. H. R. Prldgen was the boaten the 1937 Pontiac can I I. a snap oft and when you changed a I

are from the Bahamas. to the Owl Tuesday evening improvement, regardless of tire at night you had to stand In
M Thirty-eight were registered al t Progressive five hundred wa much It contributed also to appearance front of the centrally mounted taU II II'l tr

Florida City I 21 white and 17 ne-. played and at a late hour It wa I performance, comfort or lamp. Skidding was made easy ,.
gross" found that Miss Eunice Nixon had I economy. And these improvements by high pressure tire 1 1 1j

-"Miu Marjorie Leach who hai I won the ladles' prlie and Messrs I either fall under the head "Contrast that with the car of' I II
T. P. Brooker Clarke and C. B. ,of preventive or protective safety I
been teaching In Key West High I 1837. Wh.t. glorious automobile ,
School la staying with her parenti I Colby tied for the men' prize features."Some. the motorist of today has at'
of the preventive safety -
f+ for a few week and will then go I After playing off the tie Mr. visibility his disposal when! looked at from I '
feature include improved -
.. to Tallahassee to teach In the I Brooker won the prize." wider any angle-safety included." i .r.
and
'. summer school before going to Columbia .-"Mr. and Mr J. D. Redd left on II due to higher -------.--- 11< .
windshield with greater angle of I
for extended visit to
Monday an
University for
graduatework. I I
'.. (Florida City). Washington and point In the Caro- slant; the adjustable driver' seat)NORGE AHEAD II I
that tilts to give driven of differ- i j
Mill Ruby Leach I* spending *I linas. SERVICE YOU LIKE
of vision
ent suture the correct line -
week with her Palm "Work has been started on the
parents on I
venue. (Florida City). power house by the contractor. ; wider driver' seat with great., AGAIN WITH 26 Careful checking and thorough
center-
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r."Mn.. Ruby McKay of Moon Ben Flower, who expect to er elbow room; Improved ittentlon and Inspection which
with Increasedsteering
Haven was In Florida City this I finish the building in two week point cross-steering ratio that is easier and PER CENT GAINDetroit Iwo insist| upon In every ease
week visiting her parent, Mr. and This must be done on account of acceleration give you the dependable eon
the fact that the electrical contractors surer; moreimproved positive ;
Mrs. J. W. Hunt. multi-beam headlights; wlentiou service you want Wi>
Joseph Rusted 1* building an have already begun locating open-type knee action which I* June S Again Norge appreciate your patronage and
< addition to his house on Broad- the pole The building, easier and safer around corner;|leads, according to Howard E.: we know that its continuance-
*..;-. also making Improvements which I II to be of frame will be Blood, executive vice president,
Hotchklw drive with test chance depends upon our ability tosatisfy
jf( on the tot" (Florida City). 28x40 feet and will contain all thenece..ry of Borg-Warner Corporation, parent
of skidding; lower center gravity .
10u.RED
-"The election of' the teacher paraphernalia for the built-in windshield defroster 'company with 239,413 unit household .
I I for the Homestead and Florida City generating ot electricity. A large end; triple sealed hydraulic brake appliance shipment for the THURMAN'SSERVICE 1
schools was the main topic of discussion tank will be situated at the back ,first font month period this
| at the meeting of the local for storing the fuel oil to run the ;compared With 190,368 unit STATION!;
school board last Friday. Out of a engine. The place elected by W. B. Caves W. J.:.Tweedell.. R. F. 7ear.//
t< I comparative period of 1831, a
S' large number of applicant, the the council Just below Arch Camp Dorsey, O. M. Budd, and W. BatI I of better than U per cent April 8. Krome at Drill street
following were accepted and also bell's gasoline tank on the Flor- tle. Mr*. F. ). Powers and Mn.I

j recommended to the county board: ida City road, ILl fine one a* there A. S. Bonnie were the- guest of
''f Freshman sophomore and -seniorI I I. a good road In front and a railroad the club.: _

English, and freshman! and Junior tiding at the rear of the -"C. V. Barnes purchased one Save on Your
Latin Mr Eva Dean Fisher; home building." of the small boat on the Florida I

economics, sophomore biology, -"Mi. Genevieve Crawford City anal recently and now that iv
tf freshman science and Junior history county canning club agent, is tanning season la ended he Is Home Water System '
Miss Carrie Lou Gr.,. In away at present taking a vacation busily engaged at feeding the fish (-
14| the grade the appointee are a* after her strenuous winter' work." with Indigestible hook" t"
follow: eighth grade Mrs. G. R. -"The C. D.'I met at the home Ever Ready Delivers SSI
: Rivet; seventh grade Mill Lue of Mr*. J. W. English on Thursday Gallon Per How
Home Water
i Mae Green; sixth grade Mr*. Neva for an afternoon of work and NEWTG.BALL System
t K. Cooper;; fifth grade, Miss Lela pleasure. Two contests were had,
4 Luter; fourth grade, Miss Eula the prize winner being Mrs. a. Notary Public r
III Ray. second and third grades, Mr M. Budd and Mrs. W. J. TweedeU FIRE INSURANCE AND
[ Dora 0 Sells: first and primary Delicious refreshment were served KINDRED liNES 64@Cult l

I S grade, Miss Clarke Cole." by the hostess to the following SI N. Kreme Ave.
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Rem Ike $7 monthly
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laM 21 gallon Storage Tank "'

M It cost leas than Sc per day to operate this home water system for
M., I. DAVIS CO. f BALTIMORE the average family) And it can be. depended upon for reliable ser
vice. Double-acting reciprocating pump provides 390 gallon ot
water per hour. Brau-Uned cylinder and brass valve seats make it
a longer wearing system Buy it on Sean' : Plan!
f POK 39 year Pee bad bat *M puXremeahtfiaeMihreethtagsiFirst Easy Payment

sni ILK an f ftlitf..d tM fftfHt 250 GaL Per, Hour
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so stake that a line woul4 of pore paint products Davis Second that I bare only t System ................,\........................................

.. beauty fwd protection provide sod Insoles COM see ...... .. Baltimore and have 500 GaL Per Hour 1 91.50 ,

ti 'folks lea 15 sir M4 aw paint eoBMctio with any other System ............................... ...........:.............. j
company regardless of similarity
g Barb prodact la m)line Is ml.... of urne. And third,, thai my
from the moat materials sad as products ere sold only through' GALVANIZED. WELL*POINTS 11, .'J

cording to a special formal so awboriMd dealer operation inotpmident 30-inch 'f'
thai It is W for bs partlculat kind mail storesnrtat by I 1.98 '

i of Job. If you vast <*-/ kind of agents or canatsrwMt f Size ........ ............................_..........'". 1<

auboriaed dernier in you city, I. t reliable 36-inch 2.50

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choose pout Colors front the tree coke cards be Size .....................?..:_....................- ..
willglteyo*. Heavy wrought iron with solid forged carbon steel
O'. .. point, for 114 inch wells. Brass-Jacketed with No. Ad-
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for Women this year Is expected I left Wednesday for Detroit, Toledo -, struction at the Biscayne Temple la
to return home today after and Cleveland, where they Miami Saturday.
short visit at the home of Mr. and will visit friend and relitlw, toe,

i. In and JLround Mrs. Stanley Gulp of DeLand. Mr*. a month. '. ..I Mrs and Mrs a L. McKinney
Gulp who before her marriage was Md their wall eon. Herbert and
Miss Margaret McOerrah will return Miss Jewel Turner returned to Betty Graham vtetfed relatives in
with Min Vann to spend 8 HomMteed $sturdsy to upend Lake Worth Monday.
l HomesteadI few days in HOIntIIt
the return to TUlahaatee to Miss TheuM MacMahan la nowstaying
i Mia Fern Robertson who has attend summer school at the nor. at the Butler Hotel
R been attending the Florida State Ida State College for Women. '
College tor Women will remain In Mrs. O. L. Showalter visited
and relatives there and Miss Tower
I Ela Arourenu, daughter oMrs. ,
Tallahassee to attend the 4-H Club relative in Lake Worth
Sylvia Atkini, returned Sat- iind Miss McNeill will attend the Mrs. A. H. Delliager of Shelby, Saturday.
short whtee .
court start June S
flrday, from the Florida State Ool-i state assembly which will meetat N. C., and her little d u Mer, '

felt for Women In Tallahassee Southern College on June T. Archer Smith who ha completed Margaret Durham, will leave today FLORIDA CITYMrs

After a two-week itay at her home They will be accompanied his Junior at the Universityof for their home after a visit W- W. Perry ComipondrMMr.
biers Mill Arozarlna will returno Mrs. A. E. Neeley, mother of W. FlOrid"returned year with Mr*. Delllnger's parents, Mr. i .
o the college where she will re-' L. Neeley, as far as her borne In yesterday.The and Mrs. It J. Davis of Homestead. --- -
lingerg bachelor' degree at the' Wauchula.Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mulllns left
five a
Rev. Allen West, Dukes
close of the summer school I' Miss Margaret Williams plan: Wednesday morning for a six-
Irwin and
West, Francis Virgil
and Mrs. A. a Slagla and Grennell spent Monday night and to leave today for her home In week trip to Kansas City

led I .,Mr. and M *. Herman Marks, their two children left Tuesday Tuesday: morning fishing on Francis Alva, Fla, wtar she will spend I
pen .With their children left for New for Lubbock, Texas, to spend the Irwln' boat. the summer Mr*. Ernest Durranee of West
rail I York Wednesday to visit friends summer with Mr. Slagla mother --- I Palm Beach with her infant son,

+nisi and relatives and to buy Block for, Mrs. J. M. Slsgle. Mrs. Howard McClanahan of Mr. and Kin. William McMichael Raymond Is visiting at the homeof

98thE the store. They expect to return! Key West spent the week-end with and their sons, William and Jack, her parents Mr. and Mrs. it H,

In about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hammett who Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Holcorob, her: have left Eau Gallle to go to Brown.
: I were called to Cedar Rapids by brother-in-law I : and sister. Charleston where they will spendthe
Mrs. J. H. Dixon and Walton
1 The Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Koest-' the death of an uncle returned i summer.
i line and J. L. Burton, delegate ot' Wednesday: after a five-week visit Carl Deden, John Walton and Dixon left last week to Join Mr
I'I'I with relatives there. returned Miss Emily Payne returned DIxon In Camilla, Ga., for the sum
I the Miami district, will leave Wednesday Billy Geronimo have .
for St Petersburg where from Riverside Military Academy, home Saturday from Tallahassee mer.

they will attend the annual Florida I The Rev. Howard Field, son of where she has been attending the
Conference of the Methodist I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Field of Home John Frederick who I I. attending Florida State College for Women. The meeting of the Ladles' Aid
of the Community: Church Wednesday -
Episcopal Church, South. Appointments stead, preached the baccalaureate the University at Gainesville -
at the home of Mrs. John
will be read at the adjournment sermon at Lake Mary High Schoolin will remain then for the Future Mrs Ceo. W. Turner-fr., Mrs
conference Farmers convention June 15-17, Edwin McGarrah and Mimes Rohrer was attended by Mrs
of the on Lake Mary: Fla.
Margaret Kennedy, Mrs. Joe Dnx-
Esther and Helen
June 14. when he will receive a planter'sdegree. Livingston at-
I tended the O. E. S. school of in- (Continued on Page Twelve)
Mr, and Mrs. L. W. Summerlln,
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Walser and Mrs J. R. Summerlln. her son, I
Mrs. Blanche Bishop of Homestead Jimmy Summerlin, and Mrs Williams Chamber who Is attending I
and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ward, Reno render returned to Da'tonaBeach the University: at Gainesville -
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Craig, and Mr. Wednesday: after a brief will stay In Gainesville and
and Mrs. Jack Baldwin of Miami visit with relatives here. work in the agricultural depart-
h spent the week-end in Havana.Mr. ment of the university during the i

e The Rev. Allen West left Wednesday summer.
and Mrs. C. E. Eichenberger
for Shelbyvllle Ky.: wherehe
and their son, Charles, Jr., who has
will be assistant pastor and Miss Louie Long Fitzpatrick arrived -
just been graduated from Riverside educational director for the Shel- home from the Florida State

Military Academy left last byvtlle Baptist Church during the College for Women last week to
week for a two-month vacation in lummer spend about two weeks before she
South Carolina and California.Mrs. return to Tallahassee for a summer
I
Mr*. Hazel Robinson and her course
Cina Stewart and Mrs.
ton, Russell left Tuesday: for i
Cave Kufeldt returned to Rcdlanduuefunday their,home in Angola, Ind., after Mrs. L. T. Proctor was taken
0 ,,, after .'.(ott;-_1t trip I ( Sunday morning to the Kendall
visit with Mrs, Robinson's parents -
which included stop In Mexico, nospital where the will probably
r Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Camber.
New Orleans Brownsville, El undergo an operation the last of

Paso, Phoenix Forest City, Ark., I I Mr. and Mrs H. R. Prldgen of oext week. GREASE
- Chicago and Anderson and Good-
Jacksonville visited Monday night
..1 land, Ind. 'with Mrs. Pridgen's brother-ln- Vernon Turner ls expected to
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. return home Saturday from Stet
Mr. and Mr*. Lewis T. Klaiam son University st DeLand where
Edwards of Homestead. For rapid service in lubrication of all types,
returned from
Friday: evening ne has completed his sophomoreyear.

1 their wedding trip to New York H. Collier, Alone Koeitllne and drive into Peeples' Amoco Service and let us
and St. Louis. have taken
They Steffanl Jr underwent
Charles .
an apartment In Miami until their operations for removal of their Edwin: Lawrence, son of Mr. and go to work. Complete lubrication service in
j new, home is completed. Mia Mrs. E. L. Lawrence, was expected
tonsils at the Post Graduate hospital -
minutes. service lowest
I Klssam Is the former Miss Caroler yesterday.Mrs. nome last night from Gordon twenty Thorough ;

Done-of Homestead.Mr. Military Academy: in Bamesvllle, prices.Peeples'.

Robert Glenn and her niece, tia. A schoolmate, Robert Brown
and Mrs. L. B Sommers and Mrs. Wm. Musselwhite, will leave jf.Perry, Ga., a sergeant at the
rd baby: will leave Saturday for Homestead today to attend the academy, was expected to ae- Amoco ServiceS.
Camp Cloudmont, Mr. Sommers t
graduation of Mrs. Glenn's son, company him for a visit here.
. boys' camp at Mentone, Ala Charlie Glenn, at the University 1
Krome Ave. & 4th St. Opposite Tag Office
,
I -
of Florida In Gainesville. Mr. Glenn Jack Krome I* expected home
j Mrs C J. Parman and her wilt receive the degree of bachelorof the last of the week from the Indian -
daughters Jean, Phyllis and Ar- science In.agriculture.Ray River School at New Smyrna.
dell will leave the last of this weekto

, spend their vacation in Chicago. Bowen of Metier, Ga, ar- Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Cooper planto

; Miss Jean Parman returned from rived in Homestead Monday: to leave soon for Plainfield, Ind. 7k lUesWIul"
the Florida State College for Women
. spend the summer visiting his where they will stay for two Or
II on Friday: accompanied by uncles and aunts, Mr. and Mrs. T. three mont s.
,r .' her roommate, Miss Ines Dempsey T. Bowen and Mr. and Mr*. D. L. + ,, -
,: of Graham, ,Ia., who will .
,t secernpany Robert Cast .
Bowen of this city. William Henerahott,
.t ;Ad borne.the Parmans a* far 4* her and Sam Hiclcson returned to !fatH 1tm "

;1' Mr*. Askew Smith, her daughter, Homestead Friday from the Ala-

..;i[ Juanlta, and son, Carl, left Wednesday >ama Polytechnic Institute at Au-
': Miss Eunice Walker and Miss for Riddlevllle, Ga., where! burn. Joe Hlckson who went to
) Mary: Frances Arthur will leave they will spend six weeks visiting the same school Is taking a short ,
,; Tuesday: to attend the young peo Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. vacation In Virginia before returning t
) ple' course at the Baptist assembly C. J. Hartley.Mr. to Homestead.
I which win be held.In Stetson

t University in DeLand. Mil Lois and Mrs. Lloyd Field, Miss Mr. and Milo Stanley Wlttkop
: -Walker who has Just completed Leola Little and Miss Nella Sauls f f ir

> her freshman year at Stetson will will go to Lakeland Monday to RUPTURE PILES i tip
remain there to attend the assem ttend the Florida Methodist
ProsUM Glands Tensileguece..tuny.
3 bly. Young People's Assembly at Treated WHEN YW BUY THE UM

I Southern College. The assembly By N..-8.r lc..J Method
"
) Mrs. W. L. Neeley, Miss Mary closes Saturday. DR. RONNING It may be fuo to"sit to"on 8 tame-but

McNeill and Miss Ruth Tower ex- MIS N. E. Second Avenue where' tile fun. diking your money on '
.. pect to leave Sunday for Lake Mill Alta Vann who was ju- phone 1-tUl. Miami rasor blade? Piobak Jr. at 4 for lob offers Y

) ,: land. Mrs. Neeley will visit friends nior at the Florida State College you a doube-d blade of known quality. and T e

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largest blade manufacturer. Buy p
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MISS MIRIAM BURTON TO BE HONOREDAT CLUBS HONOR MISCELLANEOUS\ SHOWER TO BE GIVEN '
I MRS. SOMMERS:
TEA IN CLUBHOUSE THIS AFTERNOOJMia l Mr. *. L. B. Sommen WM presented -f FOR MISS GRACE FIELD THIS EVENIN M

with a linen table cloth a* a ---

Miriam Burton will be honored Ewen, Mrs. Stanley WIttkop, Mn. farewell gift by member of the A group of friends will meet at Mary McNeill, Miss Ellen Von
this afternoon at a tea and! I. P. McLean. Mr*. Harold Oxf oral, Neighborhood Club and the TeachI the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Milt Annie Mae Booth Milt
shower liven In the clubhouse of Mrs. Ulrl Free, Mr*. J U. Free I, en' Bridge Club at a fried chicken: Field this evening to give a miscellaneous telle Booth, Miss Elizabeth
the Woman' Club of Homestead Mr Edw. Brooker, Jr., Mn Ed a. upper oil the lawn of the borne ofJMr shower for MIN Grace MiN Phyllis Parman, Miss Ma ]

by Mr* Joel J. Robinson, Mr*. Geo. Brooker, Sr., Mn Ovid Sullivan and Mrs. J. IL Webster Wednesday Field whose engagement to Alton Bell Oibbs, Miss Helen Fie!)
M. Sonnlchwn and Mr Floyd Mn E. B. Blackburn, Mrs. T. 1'. evening Mr. and "In. Home was announced recently: Miss Lou Belle Grennell Mini
Fogle. Miss Burton' marriageto Bowen. Sommers who have sold their Mr. Horne who has been an air- Mabel Williams, Miss Anne Ma
Lonny Hood will take place In Mn Jas A. Dougherty Mn A. Homestead home will leave Saturday craft carrier ranger in the U. S. Connell, MIN Peggy Allen MU$"'

the near future. A. Koestline, Mn H. P. McDanlelMr 1, for Camp Cloudmont, their navy In Honolulu is now a naval' Rose and Carrie Belle Cave. M'

The clubhouse U being effectively Annie N.hon, Mr*. Tom liar. camp for boy at Mentone, AIL machinist mate at the naval training Marjory Moser Misses Anttonetl

decorated with Easter lilies, ris, Mrs. Carl Deden. Mrs. Robe! t Mr. and Mrs. Sommen made the air station at Pensacola. and Helen Moy, Miss Frances

uskrs In pastel tints and fern Darting, Mrs. J. D. Redd, Mn. high score In bridgePresent Those Invited to the shower are: Lett, Miss Nella Saul, Miss Bath

The long table for the gifts will be John L. Scarboroxxh Mrs HermanThomas were: Mr. and Mn Geo Misses Alta and Katherine Vann, Pope, Miss Martha Close, Mil

covered with a lace: cloth, and the! Mrs. Mollie Thomas, Mr. N. Wskefield, Mr. and Mrs Bevo I Miss Louie Long Fitzpatrick, Miss Elizabeth Field, Mimes Lola and
punch bowl will be embedded in H.. Q Thurman, Mrs J C. VannM. Webb, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Faust Dottle Home. Milt Thelma Mac- Ethel Robert, Miss Mary Ran '
ferns and flowenMn .*. J. Gi Wynn Mr*. Augusts s Mr and Mrs. Frank Webb Mahan, Min Ruth Tower, Mill and Miss Marjory Redd.
Wynn, Mr Floyd Watson, Mr. Mr'j I
Theo J. Blekr, Mini Elizabeth and Mn W. E. Rheney,
J. H. Webster. Mrs Frank Webb, and Mrs. W R. Bird, Mr. and BAPTIST CIRCLES
Home and Miss Carrie Belle : HOLD Mrs. C. N. Walker, messenger I
Mrs. Bevo Webb, Mrs W. D. Home,
Caves will serve punch. Individual Webster and Mr and Mn THEIR JUNE MEETINGS the Baptist Church to the South!
Mrs. J. B. Sparkman, Mrs Theo J.
pastel tinted cakes and mintt men W. M. O Circle One met at the Baptist Convention which met
Frick Mn. I5om-j I
Bleler, Mn George ,
Home of Mrs Charles )
Martin Wedrnesday New Orleans from May 13 to 18.
Miss Virginia frick, Mri Wm. I Don E. Ferreyra, Mrs. W. H. Woods,
GRAND PRIZES afternoon when Mrs. Martin gave a report of the convention. I 1
U John and Frank Billelo have
Mn a B. Parker, Mn. O A
been asked to play musical selec- i ; BY JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB I finished reviewing the miNion tile meeting of Circle Three at
West, Mrs 8. L.W..t, Mn Vera
study book, "Follow Me"Devil' home of Mrs J. R. Dorsey Tuil
tiont during the tea. I Summerlin, Mrs. Ivan Moser, Mn, Grand ptiaes for the Junior
food cake and punch day afternoon Mrs Dorsey gays
Others Invited Include: Mn I R. G. Water, Mrs J. D. Perkins,: Woman's Club benefit card party
were served by the hostess.Others the devotional and Mrs S L Welt
Carl Anderson Mr*. P. B. Bird, Mr*. Annie Butler Mn RobertGlenn t series were given Friday to Mn
present were: Mrs Frank presided in the absence ff
Mr*. Curtis Monroe, Mr. A. I Mn J. L. Burton, Mn E. Frank Belts, bridge champion and N. Irwin Mr.
C. E. Saunders, H. Collier the leader.
O. Cain, Mrs. J. A. Webb, Mr*. A. Schrader Mn W. W. Severy, Mn Burley Dendy, bunco champion Mrs. W.
R. Cheshire, Mr*. Pete
Dexter Horne, Mr*. Hunter Har- I Mrs. T. L. Torbert, Mr*. Sam Urnptirey -: Morgan and I During the social hour, M
Mrs. R. E. Edwards, ,
din, Mri Paul Reynolds, Mr*. Wm. I Mrt. Wm. Musselwhite, Mn J. S. Horton, Misses Alicerases the W. M. U. president who was a Doney served sandwiches, ca
M. Bradley, Mr. F A. Ruff Mn Mr*. Uollls Sixes, miss Frl I and Grace Hobson and Miss Pearl visitor of Circle One. and punch.
Bruce EnnU, Mr*. Claude Camp. Doney, Misses Anne and LiD ie Whitaker were the boatesse Circle Two Others present were: Mr. S.
I met at the home
of
King Mr*. F L. Mcllwaln Mrt.
bell Mr*. Gordon Jvey. Mrs. Mae Lee Misses Alice and G race Mrs. R. E.
Sherard
Blanche Bishop. Mr, *. W. Fred Pen. I Hobson MU Mildred Sullivan, Andrew with Mrs. Bert James Gilmcr, Mrs. W. D. Cok
a* hostess. A talk
nlngton Mr*. R. I* Walker, Mr*, Miss Julia Benton, Mine Paulineand The CalendarJune for on and Mrs. C. H. Rice.
Remedy a World in Distress"was Circle Four met with Mrs. A. ;.0;
Bob Harris. Mn. Gtwle Joiner Anne McConnell and Mln
Mr*. Gees Bane, Mr*. & W. Me- ROM Cave 4 Meeting of Episcopal SchoU.given Mrs bj Andrew Mia conducted Elizabeth Smith Wednesday afternoon The! ]
ttttesa conducted the clevotlonJInd F
Woman' Auxiliary at home of
the devotional and
REDLAND LADIES' AID GIVES SHOWER Mn o'clock.Ceo. N. Wakefield. at S offered by Mr*. B. F.prayers Collier were and Catherine prayer Pickard.was offered_ Fart by of Mrj tnT|

I FOR MISS LILLIAN PORTE AT PARSONAGE June S Recital of Phyllis Par. Mn Emma Wright ;book, "The Rebirth of a Nationffi;
The hostess %'
man at home of Mrs. R. H. FItz- nerved Individual I was reviewed by Mn. T. D. Pich4
chocolate pies and iced tea. Mrs. Julia Polk offered the closing Hprayer.
patrick.
Mid Lillian Porte, daughter of' Wayne Calkin, served ?cookie, Preeenft beside those named .
June 9 Benefit dance of
the Rev and Mr*. John W.'.Porte,,candy and punch nior Woman'- Dub at were: Mr*. Or*,Fmler, Mr*. C. H. During the octal hour, Ice cre ''

who li W become, the bride et Newton t// Present wen: Mrs. E-M. Vrana club. JU.I Reid, Mr*. Annie Butler, Mr*. T. and wafer ,Nero served by
Mr*. M. A:. Baker, Mrs. Ceo ,E. E. Kirby, Mrs. W. D. Home, Mrs. hastes. '
{/' Berahelsel In the fall was Deuel, Mr.. Gep. W. Turner, Jr. home June of Meeting Mable Ruth of G A.at* N. J, I'1emlnand two viators, Mrs. Other attending were Mrs.l'{

I\ given a shower of Pyre dishes I Mr*. Geo. W Turner, Sr., Mn o'clock. Pope Homer Sullivan and Mn Georgia M. Forte Mrs. Harry Hall and
Thursday by the member of theLadies' J. F. McCollough. Mrs. J. 1:. FaithfuL /.[ S H Fitch: r
Aid of the Re 'nid Community Robinson Mrs. F. W. Stlllman June e Sacred Heart Club I ___ ___ ___ '
Church for which she ha Mn Thomas Brewer, Mrs. Annl meeting in clubhouse. !i
served a* pianist this past winter Messenmlth, Mn C. Ben Plum- June t Sacred Heart Club
Miss Porte will accompany her mer Mn M J. Brownlow Mr benefit card party In clubhouse*
mother who leaves lOOn for Wash.IngtoR. H. J. Armstrong, Mrs K. K. Clarke, June 10 Meeting of R land Every Week is

O. C. and Flemlngton N. J. Mn. Calkin, Mia Port, Miss Ladies' Aid at home of Mrs. F W. .

The shower was held at the parsonage Estelle Turner and the Rev. C. G. Stillman. F
and the hostess Mrs.k Nelson. June 11 Meeting of Aremc PERSIANLIME
Club at borne of A. R. Livingston
June U B. P. W. C. meeting
W. M. .. CIRCLES COMBINE Neeley, M::. Guy R.. Newman, Legion halL

FOR SUMMER MONTH Mn J. E. Davis, Mr* S. E. Livingston June 18 Covered dish luncheon / k

r VMS. Circle One, Two ,and Mr Vlvan Booth Mrs meeting of Legion Auxiliary at ,
j Three derided *t; the general meeting E. S. Caplinger and Mia Helen home of Mrs. H. H. Ewing '

Tuesday to unite for their Livingston. June 22 Meeting of Young I Week at

::1 monthly .p'leetIPI.wfurlnt .June. Mstron1 CirtW: ofW M;X It home .. Q ourFountain
July M Ajaguat Mia Jennie fil89 DO1SKT HOSTESS of Mr*. E. A. Buchanan. I I
Lobdell was elected minion study TO FORMER CLASSMATES May 2t W. M. S food sale
I' .1.1I
chairman and Mr*. George Hanson MIN France Dorsey gave I 'reunion Legion" Park beginning at I .'...
WM appointed chairman of the dinner Tuesday evening for .i
spiritual life croup. two who ad been her classmate

..., The social tervke cemntittee reported from the first A.grade H. through highschoolMrs. of I HAROLD LYONJEWELER j A: drink made from the variety, of PERSIAN

U visit paid to the tick, Delllnger LIMES around Homestead
the former MU grown and the Red-
Shelby. N. c., t
and 14 bouquet and three trays of I
food lent Coma Davis, and the Rev. Allan land. District embodies the three essentials that f'#
West who WM ordained In the Temporary Lecateait
A program "Christian.. Mission TIM Baptist Church of Home- W Merry ,I go into making a drink that doctors will endorse. t wt

and the Social Leaven in Japan" steed Sunday, Mr. West'had. InaAHOon ;,;The PERSIAN LIME DRINK is
wa presented Mr* J.. A. been a classmate of Miss h
McNeil talked 01 "New Statue
Doney at Stetson University '"
of Women", Mrs.\ J. L Dam osi Other guests at the dinner were .. Healthful, containing many elements needed.

"A New Sons in Their a.uu"1 Miss Margaret William and Boll in body,processess ; '
.
,
Mr*..C w. Ranaoo, on ""Educationfor tag Dye r
T' Girl and Women"; Mr*. C. D.I I II : ,

.. taker on "Influence of the BIble! ., : .Invigorating giving'you tha.t extra'pepto
"" I' Mr 'O. L Showalter, on "'Modesty" WOMEN'S DISEASES I .

: and Mr*. L. L. Poyser.. on 'I A SPECIALTY 7. '
:"Social Reform A poem,' "Crrt- I' SO Yeah Active Practice; I finish the day fresh and rested .

.. ,; Icizing",was read by Mrs. MLRONNINGUl 'I -

1 oi. :Mr*. A. S. >toye 'eorId II !'. K. SeeeiMl A"18t EY.C'.n; ij. '. tt. Tasteful pkasing .to. the-taSte'
and
D thirst
,;I"t' :etevotionat |%eM I-"J*. Mlaaaf' ,

Other present were Po1ICr'j daelwtliwr ......-ri What .. quenching. .
,
T i iMlavj ....-.... sir "

: I DL.... Tf apersaeasyamq.Vs It is truly the ThreePointdrink and that is the'
e.
&s' be U4
I we giw.
DR.M.A.T5ERGER STEBBI.NSt i w ...... wallasr.r reason we always suggest PERSIAN LIME- ,

\ ..J 1"1 .unless. LVAp1R Idat. ,, lap,wish VON" two"f ADES day jn the .;
.. N J. every
; It.j ,, U' f I rlw'.I.at. .s"..." frr year.
<> lit 01i Practice U Homestead W feessAe atssee wilds a*.

,' : .). '. Room 1 and T j lanai .. klwIMM*sad IM**.
onal Bank McCrory Arcade'Hours I Vg.tsef aed-aedi,e/l*
:

v Y., i r Saturday _. ,..-.. 7 JO, to 10 p. m.MADJOJTICU t Bash's'Barber. Stoop DIXIE DRUG i -


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[ Social Events J JB. and aon Miss Aleno Pll11IIp.n and Koe the 1lme Rev.;; .will C.JeredeanTamblyn O give Nel-a HOTh1ESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS : j' I



recital tomorrow afternoon it 3:30 NELLA BAITS School Editor .

o'clock at the home of Mra R. a --

Fitzpatrick. HONOR ROLL Fay PIe rce. Pearl.Staler, Orient
P. W. C. GIVES DINNER IN HONOR ,
----- --- Twelfth IJI'Ide-flllh. Tommy TerburgThird

OF MRS. GAUZENS AT STEFFANI HOME,, Local Girls and Leader Collins Geraldine Kelts; low Bud grad Marie Connor

Leave for Short Course dy FlUMtrick. Second grad James Brown I
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Eleventh grade high Cecelia Gene Reynolds, Alfred Tomerlin,
The Homestead Business and In a spelling match directed k;, .His Kathryn Cut, 4-H leader Harper Mary E. Kyle, Evelyn' Ruth Byrum, Ruth Rutland Barbara -

r Professional Women' Club gave the hostess, and Mrs. Don Ferreyci: I an* five 4girls.. Lydia& Vthkm' P pe, Alta Webster, Etfi Booth; Jean Smith.

a pot-luck dinner Monday evening was awarded a prize for an.orients I and Alice Wysong .of the Redland low Nina Pearl Bush, Marjorie First grad Anal. Ma King
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at the home of Mrs/C H Steffanl dance A aid-under story which I .I
i club and Lou Belle Qrennell Anna- Moser Hells Sauls Ellen Vann, Paula Kemp Connie Campbell
la honor of Mrs. J.X Gauzens who each member helped to write I bell Redd and Katherine Orfanedes Nellie Mi Martin, Frances Lott, Joe: Reynolds Louis Williams, !

tae'e6 with Mr. Oauxena Ind'their ton proved to be a diverting tale o I r of the Homestead club will start Henriett Hartman Norma Goo- Clinton Cooper, Thomas Dolar

Robert, and daughter Marcia, will which Mn Gauzens was thi I from Miami to Tallahassee early man. t

leave soon for a summer in Franklin heroine. tomorrow morning with the .other Tenth grad high. Lucille
Mr. Lucas' home eighth'
N. C. Present were: Mrs Lamar Dick'inson Dade County girls and leaders who W-, Relit Faust, Marcia Cau Mi 1 room '

t Mrs Flora D. Myers, the president Mrs. C K Riot, Mn C. L: will attend the twenty-filth annual -! low Edna Booth Annabell Rdd at grade Tahiti pupils beach were Friday given by the a picnic room ::1;{

presented to Mrs Oatisena. Ooley, Mra. B. L. Bitters. Mrs J. ihort corns Which will be Banks Byrum Howard Lamb Har.] mother Mrs. Chas. Martin and ,
a floor lamp the club's token ol F. Hanunett. Mrs. Chan. Clinic held at the Florida State College: vey Rue, Howard Thompson "
Mr, Gee. A. West After the
wKIS appreciation for Mrs. Gauzens' Mrs. J... Nesbtt Mrs. Wm. M: for Women from.June S to June 11.I Elizabeth Mcllwaln, Louise Pscet-. swimming and the plcnlo lunch the

successful management of its Johns, Mrs. Ben Archer, Mrs I U. I I class was taken to visit ParrotJungle.
booth at the Dade County Tropical Gauzens, Mrs. Steffanl, Mrs J.W.MAGINN1S Ninth grade high\ W. D. Lott, .

Fair In Redland last winter. Myers, Mrs. Easton and Mrs Mildred Field, Constance Scherr,i :
Frances Webb low, Joe Piche. Mr. and Mrs Lucas and Mn.
Mrs. A. C. Easton won the prize Ferreyra. ; I
Jud Plche, Harry Pierce, Ross A. R. Meybem assisted the rooa\
(Continued From Page Five) '
Reitz, Howard West Eunice Walk. mothers. Philip Topplno drove
DORCAS CLASS GIVES their tents .on this Skill lawn. eel here in December, 11138. er Herbert Booth, Elwin Cooper the truck that took: the party k> '
r PARTY FOR T. E. L CLASS Visitors and officers present t I Previous to establishing his the picnic.
Henry Dodson, Rachael Goss- ,
The Dorcas Class gave its annual were: Dr and Mrs J. A. .Smith,,, business In Homestead: Mr. Ma- maa, Coaldla Grennell. /
party for the T. 1:. L. Clara last Mr. and Mrs Skill Mrfand Mr., glnab covered the South Dade
Eighth grade high Preston On commencement night the section (-
week at the home of Mrs J. R. Fred Lucas, Dr. H. S. Wolfe, J. R' area out of Miami and the tact that school with
Bird Mary E. Gay Warotta Koest- presented the *
r Rutland Brooks, W. E. Rheney, P. T. Edmonds many residents of Homestead and table and
Une Katherine Orfanedes. Rose set of furniture three
An Inspiring talk on-"Love the the Rev. A. A. Koestllne, the surrounding territory have .
Peterson; low James Sullivan chairs, for the stag*
Great Thing of Life," was given J. R. Rutland K. K. Clark and J modern refrigeration can be attributed
bf Mrs. C. N. Walker Piano solos L. Scott. to his sales efforts In past Frances Lamb Betty Jan Mey- .
bem Grace Gray, Virginia Klnner : i
f r were, played by Virginia Frlck and Scouts present were: Elizabeth years. That business conditions Edwin Booth I' William Krome to Get t

W :Mary Frances Rutland. Mrs. William Skill GeraldIne Athley In Homestead are reflected in the' Seventh grad high' Mary Jo B. S. Degree on June 7
+ Musselwhlte sang two solos Hemp, Virginia Be1i/'largarctLawrence'Dora nation progress during 1938 is
ClowJMabel R POM Esther Rucks -
r 'Resignation' and "Co to Sleep: Sarbor8BiggersMVidal ertablishtdtby the fact' that the r, Carol WalkrM, wlaaker.' William Krome, son of Mrs. W
My Dusky Baby," and Allen West: Clarke Catherine safes,and service of
..:, UiejElectroIuxnibre >s. Nesbitt; I DA Bruce Scott, J. Krome, will receive a B. S. In
sang a song, "Water Boy'. Readings Van Winkle; Mar than tripled the business Marjorie. Connor Edna Forte. Alice Agriculture from the college *f

were given by Mrs. Julia Polk:I I Trances Rutland Marion Edmonds done during 1939 "We anticipateeven I,I lIelUuneler.i agriculture at the University at

sad Mrs C. H. Rice and Grace Gray greater strides for the year,i Sixth grad Hilda Dodson :: Florida on June T. He plans to go
Sandwiches, cookies and tea 1937," Mr Maglnnfs said, and I i
ff I Athley Kemp I to Washington, D. C., fog a virtt
were served CLUB TO GIVE from all Indications so far this i
Fifth grade Clarice Dodson, I with his sifter, Mist Mary Elizabeth
.1 1It' 'Present besides those named;I BENEFIT DANCE year we will break all our records Aida Connor. Barbara Biggers Krome before he returns to
l were: Mrs S. L. West, Mrs H. C. The Junior Woman's Club is of the past" The area from Per- his home here.
Eugen*Lon.'Tommy Harris Frank .
Reid, Mrs Q. Sherard, Mrs.Clas. sponsoring a benefit dance at the ripe to Matecumbt I* served ,by .
Hagtof Rice, June Vann, Mr. Krome. Interrupted hit university -
T. Harper, Mrs. Goo M.! Homestead Country Club tomor Mr.MaglnnIS and his l staff. Rh.IIIF.Feurb. v.r.I' court three years ago. to
Flick, Mrs S. H. Fitch. Mn L. row night to help pay for tennis Mr and Mrs. U tgmni* both take '
Elizabeth Peterson I learning tropical -
grade spend a year agriculture
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Wise Mrs R. E. Edwards, Mrs. court repairs T f keen Interest In the affairs of
A'j Frank Hataman, Lonnle at the LancetHla experiment *
:'. R. Bluers, Mrs T. D. Ptche, the community and are ready and
Horne, Louis Murray John Taylor, station at Tela Honduras.
T. E. Kirby Mrs A. D. SCOUTS GO TO willing to serve the community I t .
Mrs I R. Dorsey, Mrs. Bert Andrews KEY BISCAYNE In Vich they have made their -- -----

Mrs. Emma Wright, Mrs. S. The Homestead. Girl Scouts leave home Fishing is a hobby that

I A King, Mrs Ors Frazier, Mrs today for Key Biscayne where Mr. and Mrs Maglnnl delight In :

r J. D. Pennington, Mrs J. F Beck, they will camp for a week. All of and many week-ends find them

k krr Mrs B. F Collier, Mrs W. D. Cok. them: passed physical examinations down In the keys in their cruiser I Lo dio- TavcrnFederal

f" et Mrs C. W. McEwen, Mrs. W,D. Tuesday afternoon at Dr. J. A. enjoying their I hobby with a party -4

Home Mrs Annie Butler and Smith's officeMINISTERS ot friends.

Mrs. Thelma YanceyFLATLET ( Highway U Mile South .t Princeton)
HAVE FISH FRT

IS PRESENTED I AT MATHESON HAMMOCK LEARN TO DANCE

.' BY SCOUTS ON DAD'S NIGHT Members of the Redland Mlatsterlal BALLROOM INSTRUCTION ANNOUNCES

The entertainment feature of Association and their wivesenjoyed WITH GOOD MUSIC

the father's night supper given k fish fry at Matheson 11* >' B.. ... Earn Tuesday

Friday evening on the lawn of the I Hammock Monday LEGION HALL Grand R eo cnIn
home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Skill Those present were: the Rev and

was a playlet. "She Became the Mrs. A. Kvestlinc, tie Rev and

Most Popular Girl in Town," Mrs. Geo. E. Deuel Dr and Mrs I SATURDAY NIGHT, JUNE 5

""'itlelb) Grace Gray one of Lloyd C. ShamWUv. r the Rev and ,

the scouts. The campfire supper, Mrs. H. O. fewest, the Rev md DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST

consisted .of meat stew, cole slaw Mrs. .C. ttt Walker, Mrs Ernest I DancinaFret

apricots and coffee Warren,'Jdrs, .X "P. Whltworth, I :

The scoutsspent the. night InJ Mrs! Naomi Dana, Mitt Elisabeth 1

Offle Hears: t a. m. to 8 p. m. (Fine Orchestra)
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MIAMI LAND a DtVer.opMENT. (;0. B. GONZALEZ
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(A.M *. it. M. et: Jab S). DNa c._ 11_ IE
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True beauty demand. I
NOTICE I the best of car at all FROM THE VENETIAN ARCADE ;
R.K.t/f hosier .4... Maw ....,...:... d..wr.e ...... r'w.5 tlwd 4 rallies time Whether "
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J I. The Churches 1 .avenue. ....Hints..._, Man's(o...HousewivesPLANT .....Bible......._.close...._."and_. : CLASSIFIED ADS":'. 1:1


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I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH cry Sunday at 7:30: a. m. and first ROSELLE NOW I I

Sunday of month at 11:00; other There I* tttl ample. time to have

HeBMeteaeV-The rev C N.Walker holy days at 10:00: a. m Young. a row of roaell next fall provided I FOR RENT (NICE MODERN HOME, two bed-

X. pastor. Sunday school at Peoples' Service League, l Sunday*I.you waste no further time In plantIng 'I moms bath and sleeping porch.
!;.. 19 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. I Faces nice
at6:30V.m.: the seed or the plant FOR RENT Furnished apartment | east roomy screened-
and 7:;30 p. in.; B.Y.P.U. at 7 p.'na. In front whh
Summer rate til porch furniture wd
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| Six, or eight sturdy plant per
at St. 1.1uI'-a dland the Rev. I I
services Wednesday :
Prayer will supply you with an month Mrs C R Bigger. 104 garage. MIA Cash or term
If .uop.m. Norman C. Zulaufi pastor. Sunday | \ ......
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avenue. )
of rkh red
school each Sunday at 10>> a. m. j abundance fleshy
line I Morning sermon English service second and calyces for nuking Juice, fin Jelly, (SIX ROOM HOUSE: three M
on I. FOR RENT by year 4-room and '
H. .f Coral I and rooms and bath. Nice law
ri by Dr. Ja* Thayer fourth Sunday of each month at Jam sauce. bath apartment vacant June S.
Gables evening aerate by 3pm. The plant\ should be given plenty I I rooms. Face south on prominent
By Tenting now you get 12 I
.' pastor on "Wheat or Tare. of room for growth spacing them street. Extra large, roomy screen-
for
months
price you would have
Which" METHODIST EPISCOPAL at least six feet apart In the row. ed-in porch. $1,900 cash.
to other for the !
'I I pay places: 0.0000
The r.pldly.nd spread
plants grow
:a Gould*-The h**. Noah Peter Fiends City Community Charts considerably If given proper fertilisation month winter season.Clean, cool See

j N ton, pastor. Sunday school at 10 I -th* Rev. C G. Nelson pastor and cultivation. I well shaded rooms good furn- |HENRY BE.HRENS or BENJ. W.

a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and Church school at 10 a. m.; preaching I You still have time to plant another iture, electric: stove, fireplace.All I MORRIS, north of ten-cent atom I,

T JO p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 1:30: p. m. I at 7:30: p. m. Midweek prayer hot weather plant and It happens I room curtained Studio I on Krome avenu Phone No. 94.I .

'J Prayer service at 7:30: p. m. Wed and. Bible study Wednesday at I to be a near relative of ro- couch In living room makes extra -I .;:
\ nesday. 7 JO. sleeping room. 9 minutes BARGAIN Sedan look and i
elle okrs. Eggplant and
.i I peppers from Homestead, 30 minutes to nina good Battery rear axles, :

.i CATHOLIC : Kedland Community Church too. like warm, well-prepared Miami. Rent low by year Eva spare tag aU new. Sale halt I
the Rev. C. G. Nelson oil and will yield a fine summer !
pastor. Colllna, Federal I Highway and value $7500 It Interested address -
.. Church of the Sacred HeartS. Church school at tOj; preaching at and fall supply pf pod and fruit Biscayne drive. : Private Ownership, tare !

E. Second avenue Homestead; I 11. Epworth League at 6:3D. Midweek for cooking and making pickles. Leader-EnU-rprlse. (pm3t)

the Rev James Cloonan, pastor. prayers and Bible itjdy HOUSE IN FLORIDA CITY for,

Sunday man at 9 a. m; week day Thursday at 7:30.METHODIST SAFETY AT HOME I rent by year. Furnished or unfurnished -(EASTER: LILIES v a bioamm.Mr .

mom at 7:45: dally. Sunday school I I I "Safe, safe at home," the mariner Inquire Leader-En. *. W. D. Coker. N. W. Krome t tI
\ Sunday following P o'clock mass. EPISCOPAL I
'. sang In- air aid *on':*b4 I 11 I. terpflae.rOR \ tit i
FOR SALE
: Tropical plants, -
I Communion for women the first *
l' i Sunday of month; for men and I SOUTHlt j I !home really aaf,! that The National II ) RENT Nice cool furnished !I nil tree and tropical fruit in
Counclftay In tingle
I Safety a
( boys the second Sunday of month. White Stone! Church-Home- ,: killed and apartment Private bath, I I season Jungle Grove RerflnnHlI

Holy hour Thursday before flnt stead; the Rev. A. A. Koestllne I year 23,000 parsons are reasonable. Ask at Western I I road and Plummer drive.

.'1' Friday of month at 7:45 p. m. Mai I pastor Sunday school at 930: I. nearly 3.000.000.re injured /n i Union. (mZ8U: ]) .
I home accidents, many resulting FOR SALE Pullet ready to fey.:
t_:t tint Friday at 7:30 a. m. Ben.- m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. :
. "X' (diction of the Slewed Sacrament m. Junior League at 2:30: p.I from carelessness or neglect I FOR SALE I I Also broiler batteries. Shanklii
I More accidents caused by I Grove.
are (pa23)
i;. after maw.'CHRISTIAN. m.; HI League at 5:49 p. m.; Senior I ,

/ League at 7 p. m. Prayer meetIng I fall than anything etae. Next i JUST RECEIVED over 100 square 'I FOR SALE-Ripe tangerines -
orange
.1 SCIENCE CHURCH I at 7.30 p. m. Wednesday. come asphyxiation burns, scalds,and.and suffocation.explosionsthen : good Interlock shingles. Bargain \ grapefruit fryers, "r>.

Cash "9 a sq G. R. Oldendort Dr. Shanklln Grove, H mile
Florida City-Broadway and cuts and scratches also
.. June I Morning message: Poisons I JJ) I
plumber. (p Je )
west of Florida
Sixth tract Sunday school at Walking With God"! evening'nesaagei I take their toll\ Few of these last City oSO-tf)

9:4 J a. m for pupil under 20 yean "Face te Face. can be anticipated, but some of FRYERS Reds, rocks or whites,; R. I. RED I'R\'ERS-Uv. or dies.

j of age; morning Service at 11 them would not happen if all| alive or dressed T. B. Grantham, ed. Free delivery In city. Phone

o'clock. Wednesday evening'/er- Silver Palm Community Church household equipment were overhauled Homestead Fla. Je4 tf) 533-M. McEwen Poultry Plant.MISCELLANEOUS .

Vice which Include testimonialsof -the Rev. H. O, Cowan. pastor and made safe to use If I
healing and experience and 10 ACRES fine fruit land oiled
remarks Sunday achool every Sunday at 10 helve were put up for storing on

on Christian Science I I a. m.; preaching services on first, poison or dangerous materials if I road: nicely located, close to

'm. .The public cordially ,third and fifth Sundays at 11 a windows and door were checkedfor nelghbora.12 nice coconut palm REE! If excess add causes you

y to attend. p.i m. and I p. m easy operation. : Has been partly In grove 14! stomach ulcer, ga* pains, tndigvtion. -

I Some Clr the fall from stairways i per acre cash. heartburn, belching
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Lena-Germ" June < Morning Venice and sUps could be averted. bloating. nausea, get free sample

4 and Creator" I wlU be the last .f the eenfer- It there were a strong handrail the 20 ACRES of which I acre are doctor r' x'rlptlon. Udga. at

i t earn year for Silver Palm length of the tllhl'allI are' glade, balance pine land. About Dixie Drug. (pm7-j>33)!

Church Pastor will speak en"The 279 neglected treelI'Iprtrult
\ CHURCH OF CHRISTHomesteadFirst more common on stairs that art I : ,
Victorious Life.* badly lighted. It may be orange and tangerines-can be PIANO TUNING an* oal/tog.
Good used for u... heap,
plane
avenue and poIIibl'l reclaimed. 1150. Can make .S1
to put In a window or
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Princeton_The Rev. H. Q. Cowan -
W. E. Koon. Ill N. W. Std SI
N. W. Fifth street: T. J. Hunton, switches it the top and some term
Leo L. Peyser assistant I
pastor ,
minister. Bible ; Phone 71 H. A. CAMERON:
study at 10 m m.; such a flight Many people WhO1
pastor Sunday school at 10 *. m.; I WANTED

communion fellowship and preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. have young children put up 10 ACRES pine land 660 feet frontage -
f preaching II a. m.; preaching at at the of stairs .baby]
gate top or WANTED TO BUY- Mangoes, all
7 m every Sunday Epworth Leagueat on south side Epmore drive,
:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wed-! I often too .
But children and
7 p. mJane : adjoining Seaboard railway; $50 kind of tropical fruit produce
neaday at 7:30 p. m. walk, climb up flight of stairs sugar cane S. Rouen, T
: I per acre H. A. Cameron, Homestead. I
6 At evening aer to the and then topple
nearly E. 135th street New York City.
1 CHURCH OF GOD : I Phone 72. jn 4 U). ,
vice the pastor will speak on backward Top and bottom gate .0000. I (P jy 21

DoIea6-6O N. W. Flnt rreparatlen to Meet Christ" would be better.
$1800-Was $2200
Outside the house, steps toparde. WANT TO RENT furnished
avenue; J. H. Dndson minister. furnished
4-ROOM frame house,
Sunday school at 943: a. m.;. METHODIST. FREE I and doorway are exposed including linen Price reduced* house by year. Inquire at trad

preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; Perils City-Mrs. Ernest War- to rain and dampness They may for immediate sale. This U exceptional er-Enterprise office.

Junior Y. P. at B:45 p. m. Prayer ran pastor. Sunday school not reveal a rotted condition until value Lot 50x300. H.

meeting. 7:30 p; m. Wednesday. 10 a. m.; preaching 11 .. m. andS someone has had a bad fall or a A. Cameron Homestead Phone LEGAL NOTICE

CHURCH OF TIlE 74AZARZNZ p, m.; Junior meeting 1:30: p. m.; wrenched inkle. Frequent inspection -. 73. Young Peoples' meeting 7:15.: and prompt repair when need. RLKVKNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
ed would avoid trouble. FOR SAlE Modern 7-room AND ma DAUB COUNTY rMtMIDA.IN I
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., Rev. W. J. Prayer and class meeting 7:30: <'HAN< E rMATTIR .
Parker paator Sunday school at Thursday. Toys, cleaning tool, and other house in desirable residential : MABIC: VAUflHOlKlH. I''''*-

143: a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. article left on the floor also cause section of Homestead; nice lawn Uff ... V.. F. Y.. ltOlJ.N. U.f..J.t.DIVORCU .

and 730 p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and PENTECOSTAL Fall. This hazard may be due to with fruit tree Phone B28-M ORDER Pon rt'BLirATKtHTO {

Junior meeting at 639: p. m. lack of well-planned storage places I or write P. O. Box 493 Home- M. P TARBBUUUH (Km...'xt- j
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Prayer meeting Wednesday evenIng Ckralda -Rev. John H. Stroud, and again offer a chance for stead, Fla. (m4tf) inVnumYM >n torthjr nwHrW ttf-u t. the I

7:30 Ja, pastor. Sunday""school at 9:45, making the house more convenient Bill of Complaint fur p.Prlaceloa preaching at U a. m. and 7.30 p. and safe. I LEGAL NOTICE I* the above irtrM n>uw ash. Ilk
Jam. A. O. ?. Vt"d LA.
the Rev. C. A. Con- :;.:.:: .t said. IlII"vii bs talk:n n, t

don, pastor. Sunday hool at 9:43; HOMESTEAD PRESBYTERIAN LEGAL NOTICES I IN ELEVENTH THB CIRCUIT JUDICIAL a11.f.frIT IN .omfw"d Th1. ores by :... )-.w...... hi tile I.w ..... ',

preaching at 10:49 a. m. and T 30 AND FOR DAD: COINTV.. FLORIDA .Emaw.._ "of 14.55..d ,Ia. f." tiWam.ae
Ilemestead Krome at
avenue NOTICE 1<1.. 4lMARaHALL... + '" -.
Junior
m. 6 30
p. meeting at : ; youngpeople's N. Uth street; the Rev. E. L. Nelson Tin animal -Un. ml tx..tmekbown MITH. '.....tiff. ... Dave Ana II. A. U &117.
meeting at 630.: Prayer School '"f IK. FLORIDA EAST COAST ..'. ALICE! E. R ItATHKMMANCWH .
minister. Bible at TILIZKR co. will b* h.14 M tile ,..rEa.I 1I1'pr."P PUBLICATION > at the CtrtniW C "( '
meeting at 7:30
Wednesday : p. mUntil 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. mind HiMMtM, rlorMa; at ... M. Ml TO Al.H,K, BM1MI '1I1CII1DItI<<:1t lip P. I. OOUI.D. Ito,.. t'k.rk.
day 'I>M *tk. IOT7lM I KNOWN CARR A CARS.a.li.tun
Jon f Revival er. 8 p. m. Young peoples' meet- t O W.lwr Hood. PTMMMI .I Too are Wt..k, mall** tu an"*' t*11M-I far
vice nlchtly conducted by the ingat7p.an. A. D. r..h a.e. Sad tea.. Bill of ...,lalt for altorao fM I'Idatiff.M... 1. 14. SI ft
(May II. 55. J_ C. 11II7' I!m I* UM alto.* ....... MOM .. the
Rev. C. a Miller .f Jackson, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH tar W July A. D, JMT, oth- ... NOTICE or APPLICATION rOil TAX
Mis*. NOTICE' or Arri.ITATION FOR TAX I = : :: DKKDHrni
PlUtO .I, ( But N*. last
Oould -Sunday school at 0:45( (..ut> Bill N*. .") THIS ORDER la kt MklUri .. .tlM rii HO. less i
EPISCOPAL preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.BriRITTJ&UST im* 'L.adn.Zotwvrlar: W wwoowa.c I lor1d i I HOTim I* HKBKBY GIVEN .tags
NOTICE I* HKRKBY: GIVEN IkalLiMlll I ., for four__k.. I I fMMi H ...... \wi.... irf State OVA i ..onir .
8t John'*-.S. E. Second venue H..m, Mder .( Btaw aa4 Oowily OATEO.: M, A D KIT | Tn CtnUlemt N.. ... beard tk> Mktor
TfcMPLE or C..rHftfala No. II2II 'k at4 Ik Irtl'' IIi[ .
Tai H. LEATHERMAK, CfcrtT AiviM, A. D. 1S kM Plod MM
and Fourth street, Homestead; theRev TRUTH day *C A r l. A O ll. ka> IIM MM*I Ih. ClrnH Cmrt.BD It. My off to* and .... M... ..irf...*tin*
Milton B.. Sackett, vicar I I hi say <;.:, aa4 kaa aMd* amHcallo M. twirr. Passer cirt.Ct r., a Ui **4 W W bawd the.... said t
lr a toa clod t* k* Avowed Uwm laid I ( Cl. Ml O-Witar. .mnews.t llw olknrlMl dm.rb.4
Morning prayer and sermon Sunday IIHtead-branch of Miami |I (:erllfkmw. .mbttwa. the [u11.wine dowNb-':CARR: CARR : y"spree the County d Dad% y
I at 11:00: ; holy communion ev- ,Spiritualist Temple of Truth tay j jy praantr I* the Camay af Daaa KaM.1,5.55./1_., 0.e puimiffiM state .f '. :".. .
!jI if Fiorina, t-Mt: .r n. Jan .. II. is IS) at Brie ..d KU Or nK:uwsr.s
i Lot If Bloik tie 7lwlty SmirHlM. I I. .0 .: sad 1I1EJ Nwy :r
I Cor* Coo. .it Oroo. Pest Book t. vase .' -_- 11&\4 GN.. If. Tf ......1', It a.vic.suns. .
.M. la the Coaatf of Co.. Stau ofriorlda. H t'_. In ... c....., '"< '> *.
Day a Home Bi4M .f HorM..
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TM aa"wrn d of soil. P.opet'y Under I TIle arM.Ntt d rid. ??_ "'.,d.r
tM Wd _111<0.. .Irud w. Ie 1M sans Buy Grove Land Ik* MM OTTttflrat. Mud ... ta ... nmtil ..
( .f numb Allen. '" 1. M BiMM.l -
a.j U, sold .erN//rM. As. b. rde.w-; Buy Glade Land ; !>to> MM Mr .4 ......dine]| to law. tkt P._ ova, 4aMrtk4 -I I lav AM pMtNVtr 4Hi '
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will k M to the ktolMl: kMkr tkn4n k. .t.1d M lltA klhM iD.H4 .
M Ifcf Cmin-kawM dew -m ttwr lent It la my firm belief that higher AI .G...._ dove .. 11M first M. "
l*.aa> la Uu month.of *ul f, 1M7 wtkkI prtcea are Imminent. : day I. .... teats, et July, I..... .1n "4 ,,
Ik. In .a\w of hi,, l* 7DaftH 11M ii' day d J...... \PI'I
,kh Nib .. of M.r. IM7 Deal quibble about frlc UiawlM 4w1 II.PI' 4'L
I. I.EATHIRUANOrrt! boat wait H. UATH: ItIIII AN.
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of OKuk Court I Clark tt CtKttt: Cunt.
Dada Cooay FLAY I Buy new. i Dada Covey. flClr ......1>>,
irnlt; Court ..... Teat thank me for this .; .U COW Bails
Br JIC TTSETT: o C. I I uggMtlea > w c rrrnnrrrM : n t;
Mar :'. JIM 4. II. IS a few months hence. I < ., *l. Mi 1_ '. II.
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HAS TIMED ISO MILLION LIVES I II. A. Cameron

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!, Twelve THE LEADER" ENTERPRISE Friday, June 4, 19! :l1
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Death Takes A: McEwen Mart week when particle of lye:
*and cement ItO m his eye while I
Former Homestead Man
In
was pUrterlng.
SunShine- Suceesso
Alamo )f J:..... M, who MM I
9 0.CotMHMwr W*Wednesday 1 l'
dusted a Jewelry and watch repair Hoc Dove;M to "M ids eon-to* brand
business la Homestead about even law and daughter Mr ami Mr*. WL .
yean ago and later moved to Miami
Rhode, for a month.
died last Friday, Mi real- Cheese Pine1ie.e -
dente then following: a tout 01- "
Mrs. J..L Shepherd left Monday
aeta. Funeral aerrice.were held for her home In ,NorJH Haven, BING apple12
Saturday afternoon, hi the Church Conn 4"
01 Christ ae South Miami with Ma.

aoni burial following to Graeaiand. Mint AJaji Vereoa returned oz.pkfc 1 W. No. : tan
Memorial Park Cemetafy
from collegv-On Friday
He la survived by Ml wife, Mrs

Annie Mae McEwen; four daughter Mr*. Mary Johnson was brought 17c FRIDAY & SATURDAY CASH SPECIALS 16e
*,Mr*. R.X. Anderson of Homestead -l from the Kendall hospital last
Mra. J L Head
and Mra
Friday to her mother home Her
D. T Wright of Miami, and Mrs. .
condition la much unproved.Mr
H. S. Smith of HIaleah; and a eon,''1 '

Alonio, Jr. t1'I .and Mra.Johnny Becker and FLOUR Pillsbury Sib. bag 29C
Mr. McEwtn
was a member of ton left for Cape Sable Tuesday ,
Royal Palm Lodge,r and A. M.,of:)Ito spend a'month with Mr*. Beck-
Homestead, and he was a member', .
sea parent, Mr andlra. R. Matt-

of the Watchmaker Guild iI I i-. SUGAR Bulk 5 Ibs. ZSc

William Edwards Gets Mr and Mr;J:T. Lee and ,

Pharmaceutical Degree family moved Wednesday from the
Chapman house on Tenth street to

WUUam. Edward, ion of Mri the Longview clubhouse which Potatoes Irish New White Cobbler 10 Ms.
Virginia Edward, thin week received they recently purchaaed.Mr Z7c
a Ph. O degree from the
Southern College Pharmacy at Herman Thompson underwent -
Atlanta. He war graduated from ai" operation at the Kendall
Homestead High School: in 1931 1 hospital Monday.Mr. MILK
and attended the University ol brand tall cans 3 for 21Cro
Alabama and tM Ualvaralty ol' and Mr*. Vernon O. Rohrerlof any \
Miami were Wednesday visitor
Miami before entering Southern ;
College of Pharmacy. I In town. N.BC. Excel SodaCRACKERS .,
He la a member of the Spatular i PRODUCELarge MEAT DEPT.
Club, an honorary pharmaceutical I SERVCLElectrohix
society,an honorary member of the i
Georgia Pharmaceutical Association
lb. box 12c
_
and member of Theta XI, FirmLETTUCE COUNTRY ROLL
national social fraternity.
Mra. Edward who leaves today Sunbeam CREAMERY
for UM summer school at the Unlverttt -
?of Alabama will visit him In The refrigerator you hear to JELL BUTTERlb.
much about but never hear It 2lar eheads17c
Atlanta Sunday
i* a silent refrigerator with nomoving 3pkgs 14c
.
part to wear or break
C. H, Rice Will Conduct I down. Independent of all elec- I Fresh TexasONIONS __ un. 37c
Short Woodwork CourseC trtclty-when the wind blow Apple Pie Ridge
'
that Electrolux still and
: goes Tender Ga. BeefSTEAJS
I you have Ice and food preservation Apple SauceNo.
Hagler Rice: Homestead High' when you need It most. I
School matter craftsman will, The Ideal refrigerator for 3 Ibs 14c 2 cans I
conduct a rummer school for a 1 farm and city home. . assures un.:. .1
2 for 25c
limited number of pupil who have; plenty of lee cubes at an lb. 27c
shown an aptitude for woodwork. time protect food perfectly Cooking .en.. .
Furniture of native mahogany year round .enables you to Sunsweet
will be made by the boy who will, nuke MW dishes and. more In. APPLES41bs.for..29c Western Beef '"
.
work from S o'clock tin noon and teresting meals make your Prune Juice I
1 work easier every day have
from I o'clock till 8; five day al It. you
i Chuck Roast
week. br. bottle. 25c
.
j I And the cost to run a Servel
Mr. Rice' aummer course will;I Electrolux I il only a few cent
begin on June 14 and laat six a day. Owner will tell you It Large Crisp Columbia River lb. __ .e __ 23c
= actually saves enough to pay
for Itaelf. Call Homestead 49
FLORIDA iY""fl"1 and our salesmen will call, or CELERYStalk SALMON Rindless SlicedBACON
top In at show room and see
one In operation i 2 tall cans_ 23c
(Continued From Pace IQc
.
Own sae eat aaar payment plan
aev, Mm Tom Cbhernour, Mr*.I l -
Bishop, Mra. t J Rhodes, Mra.Jat See AU'Good lb. 35c
N. Dobbm, Mr* 3. & Shield.' FreshCauliflower .. ___...
Mr*. Lucy Clinton Mra. Chaa.ClintMV .I J. W. MAGINNIS PEACHES

Mra. Robert Orieabach1 US Memo Ave Wisconsin DairyCheese
aced Mra. Rohrer. 1.I No. 2&can 18c

The LadJea'AWwtil give a b.. lb. nun__ IQc' 'Success* \ :'
Kit supper la th* Bvaday schoolroom TOKSAtK ,

eo June H The committee i rfe.oats EXTUOUATOK Fresh Tender PINEAPPLE lb II:"';" ";'........_ 25'C.
In chant iKlaa.l Mi*., IL Mil. U MONTHS OLD-CHKAT ,
Per, Mra. Jo* Dvxaeav Mr naa.CIa. String Beans No. '
Can attLZCTIOLUX 2caft..l6cSunbdrst Swift's Picnic arcleSHAMS :
..Mrs Bishop and Mrs Tom .
: SHOW ItOOMOLE
Cohtrnour. i I 21bs.for.,19c '

Tom Cohemour: it sufferings I'
I:' -from a eerioua aye Injury received''' New Crop Bartlett PearsNo.21jcan.l9c 25cBoneles


f. before .ea bey a new sieve YAMS
ask pass mltkber about *

NATUROLGASLet 5 Ibs. ___ n_ 24c Swift's Corned Premium Beef POT ROAST .

-
r YIrrtI D. Lyea --.a Firm ripeBananas HASHIff. 29c
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III

I can ..... 15c Pork Shoulder

Us i 3 Ibs. _n.__ 13c ROAST

t'. RejuvenateYfwirCar 3
: JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA 1 Fresh HardCABBAGE
1 cans Ib. .__..._. 24e
h GMNmIMJ01lUMMrt

Wood Work __..............1iI.cot.'-oar...r..di.. 25e Fresh Mum
-w....... '--..."
. Body, Fender Repairs .4..s.._e e.':.t,;'ha era safeR 1:1 Ib. ___u..... 4c Haffibwgerft.

I Tops lAd Trimming .. ...... lot Pan GoldFLOUR
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Tender Green
Sat Covers At* CONOttlOMID _........_ loC
.....a.aOUNa.Atai* tm&of nootA it ixor GARDINPIAS

PalntIQ .". pulls '.... seV diliagja"seaM Fl lii YW

' l---.*.Sts1 I be ---- c' Leek
kS p2w A" fryers
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up L IL ftNq hPAr11fAIFgM -
1011 H."MO1U' ATY- -- o'u risers 2 Jbs. ...n.. 25c i !8-L'bal' 79e 1 m. :....M_ 35c

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