The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00127
 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 11, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00127
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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.. 'THE LEADER.ENTEIi.vr"K1Sh r IBRARY t "lion I



Persian Lime Week Sees Local Co-op ,

Three Days Behind With Orders RELAYING FLOOR AT DEEPFNDSiAR'fSA'f6Ad

PATROL FOR Persian Lime Week observed: Pen an limes picked In a box I GOES

particularly In' Miami by the mayor' of Florida mahogany and shippedto f
Washington by airplane Monday ,
proclamation pronounced

DADE LIKELY an outstanding success by C. O.! has been In I wire received from by Sen.the C.association O.. ON UNBROKEN FOR 48 HOURS ;

Calderwood, manager of Florida i Andrews of Florida who said the

Avocado and Persian Lime Grow gift wait presented to President
_..___ .
Roosevelt and .uu u
----" ers, who said yesterday that the duly appreciated by ,
hTt fticf Squad to Be ReoI NarsnJ packing plant of the association the A*nation's nn example chief executive.of the demandfar THE wtAnrn 'High Water Table Can Not I

I ommended by County was three day behind exceeding supply, Mr. Calder- ; &a--Offlrltl imtM mwrt. "..f.C-.tot....*tutamMMlautlM. FfcvU. Delay Work Now Says

CommissionnANG9 on Its order for this popular product wood quoted an order from Fort! Man in ChargeREOPENINfl .
ot the Redland District Wayne, Ind. for five tons oll'ef'oo Dale Mas MIDbias" Rile .
June 4 I 81 6* ,30.031
INCLUSION "Wf have had wonderful support and not sian have limes.sold"A two year bushel ago w*In could Fort Jane a _. I 190 | 71 ,30.0T. | ON JULY

OP ITEM IN BUDGET from merchant tilt chamber ot Miami.of commerce If we had Wayne," he said. June 6 W 68 | FOURTH PROBABLE ;
June 7 88 1 68 ,,1010|
them we could: today, sell ten I Th present output of the Nann-
Deputies Would Be Given lime In Miami as ]* plant I II about 100 boxes daily, June 6 68 68 30.011| .52 Done
I times a* many June II (8 i, 61 ,30.071 Grading Anchor
and the big slack of orders I II prorated I
Use of State-Owned our after lroIhembel'l filling Imperative! ean order supply of, a* the limes mature. The June 10 ,tt 71 ,,30.111 i Rods in Place 4 Days

Motorcycles long standing from northern markets heaviest demand Is'from tilt combination rromStart
'' ," Mr. Calderwood said. I I ot chain store that has

Although the bills to re-eitab- Acknowledgement ot a present contracted In advance for practically CONSERVATIONMEETING Pouring of concrete 'In tilt reconstruction
'lish a date highway patrol fell Into the entire output of the
of the floor at the
the limbo-of unread measure during Redland section at most satisfactory
] TO BE : deep end of Homesteed's municipal
the closing hours of the last BUILDINGS OVER prices, Mr Calderwood said swimming poil will begin at six
legislature Dad CoarrtJ Lions are The association U now arrangingto
o'clock this and continue
hopeful of gaining a special traffic open its marketing facilities to BELDATGOULDS morning
without cessation until the new
Quad of four men, operating under 4 FEET tN ALLEY. the growers of Key limes, which floor has been laid-an estimated
itfee direction of the sheriff, ai theJesuit continue to retain their popularityIn
period of 48 noun, W. J. Clark,
of a favorable conference SURVEY SHOWS most of the large marketing center IV special ling of the boardof local contractor who started the

I >kith the board jj| county cqmmifrfJoner *, and are not actually in com directors of Dade County Soil work Monday morning, said last
Tuesday,. w < petition with the Persian variety, '
I M; The committee which met with I Trtvat l>uU-- encroach pre Mt. Caldorwood. said.MEN'S Conservation Association win besets 1
nightw"e A M
d and that steps ckln .
I "
rs1 Miatefrij1rV-9
4r *
to re the !mounting"jth at irt \ 3ial 'tfII 'tiTwIt

' I tbo' of traffic accidents I Kron ntreet* a tie.lase.. between First street Mowry as CHRISTIAN flrihl plans for completion of the tank B. RtM. chairman of the

the county Included 1 much as fol.and a half feet according 1937 conservation program and tit executive council of the com+nun-

I. risk, deputy district I submitted to the review a request from the U, S. ity-wide swimming pool mmmlt-
to a plat UNION HERE : tee, !learned thut Albert C',ivei.
(e-mor. Jos. R. Hlckaon; pre V city council Monday night bf A. R. SEEN Department of Agriculture asking
who was to have h charge of the
'Went of Redland District 1JoPi I for recommendations from the
dv II engineer employed -
4 Bub, Martin YanValktnbefr, I Livingston the alley growers us to the best method of protect would not be available a*
by the city to-suney FIRST IN WORLD
resident of Miami Lied ClubfW. in 'prepration for the city's announced conducting the 138 program In he had been warded a pi" its
" I I construction contract while salting i -
B. Se kin*, president of Miami drive to clear Its service thIS area.
4)eaeh Club, and H. D. !Freeman. I for favorable weather to the
| lanes of all obstructions to public No talk on religious tolerance is I Everyone in the county who
,president Hialeah Miami makes direct living from agriculture pool job.
needed a
use by such an organization as
1 9 all steel
Tom At m. yesterday
Lion Club. Mayor p.
*Springs; The recently erected poured the RedUnd thstrlct Christian I -Including fruit growers ,
+ :J. Harris of Homestead was prt- tension of the building M vegetable farmers and dairymen- reinforcement an place 30
concrete U n'a Union, said Dr. Ellsh A. I steel anchor rod had been driven
tented from attending the conference which house the J. W. English King, pastor of Miami Beach Community Is invited' to attend this meeting
I four feet into the grounff cemented
by a prior engagement printing plant Juts Into the alley Church, scheduled to and offer helpful suggestion that
'final decision in regard to an : material was on hand andeverything
of 4 feet 9 Inches, lead to betterment of existing
of for a distance peak oa that subject at the fish I may else was In readinessfor
.approerleuoi* leaf and two concrete pilasters also fry supper held by the Union last I conservaion methods and wider .
+ county road patrol the year recently erected by Mr. English to Friday night In Legion hall (I distribution of to* benefit offeredby I the pouring.Mr.
the Clark will work three lghU
around will feat witH county
the rear wall of his movingpicture "Why, men f different the national flve-yesr plan, said
support you religious 13hour
and two
budget I board; of which-Frank B. I hour shift of laborer -
In the C. H. Sieffani agent and
theatre, are slightly denomination are her do. ; county
> South shifts of mixer and he
flu ot Homestead I II the I crew
alley, Mr Livingston's survey Ing what I have advocated an my secretary of the association.Growers .
fjad member' TN commissioners I kimsclf' will work It hour day
assured lbS Lion committee shows life, breaking bread together and J" who are unable to beat luring the pouring. estimat-
that they favored the' plan and A galvanised Iron store room getting acquainted in preparation'| the meeting art asked to con I (Continued On ,.; Four) 1
would recommend that the budget back of th* Homestead Hardware for a united front to promote practical tact any member of the county

cost of such Store erected before the present Christianity, In your community -, conservation board and give their
the Four Tennis Courts
droop approve '
the next owner Councilman J. O. Wynn, I know of no organization. ideas on tilt subject Member of
patrol when Th analysing can be re- bought It, I* to the alley 4 feet < of a similar nature anywhere else,,ijh* board are William Mussel- For City Under Way
budget expense
the assured Inches, but this fact had previously 'in flit world. You are beginning I white and H. L. Cook of Home
duced of considerably and othttequJplM'hC beet placed art record with a statement movement that may spread to an stead; Luther L. Chandler and Four tennis court art being 1

loan motor-cycles now stored by the auto of the owner that they stood (Continued On Page Four) | (Continued On Pace Four) constructed at the municipal recreation :
ready to move it at any time the park. east of the swlmmmg
line the state highway patrol was council so directed. A similar pool by the city street department

abolished early in January. building in the rear of Burton's' Trustees Recommend Appointment} |headed by Councilman B. W Morris -

4 feet into the i
store extending
Bleier to Take Ten-Day I alley ha* eke; statu I Of Sarasota Alan to Principal's Job !I Monday, night the council u ted l lMr.

Advanced Aquatic Course TIle survey showed also that one Morris' department an added i

pilaster of the pew addition to ,I appropriation of 1361 10 !help< wtth
Theo t. Bleier; left .arty today the Odd Fellow building, sit the Trustees .of Homestead and i I'Columbia University in IMS with Ole expense of the tennis court J

for BrtVaftf N. C, where he will northwest comer of the alley, is Florida City schools last Friday i the degree of Master of Science In construction.

take a* advanced ten-day course four !Inches in the alley voted to recommend tile appoint-1 I I Education He ls a member of phi One big rectangle of crushed I

.t a national Red Croas aquatic A letter wall read from Frank ... mint el Jennings Aehwinkl of'''Kappa Phi and Kappa Deltl PI rock. which later will haw a cur ''

1. Skill owner of W. D. Horn flew Sarasotsi a. supervising principal I honorary scholarship) fraternities face of road oil, will be divided Into -
$hang to take an examiner' stating that he was ready to carryout ; I and of tilt Kappa Phi Kappa four court by backstop of "ire !
cows IA advanced life saving afltnsbrUctofe a promise1 to move sr g lV"ni- to suoceed L. B. Sommers. resign ,teacher honorary professional netting. Councilman J C Wynn;< I.

..un* in first aid and ed bon store room built in the alley -'I ed. I fraternity who has long expressed a deJre

courses to emergency relief, pool Immediately east of KrtmegvWBe MY Rehwfnkte.. who to SS years I before going to Punta Corda to see the tennuj court; ntabllstlr
ienttfeMUftt; BUS suimert as an. emergency- measure' olel< wa supervising principal of Mr. Rebwinkl was for three :years ed 1 II helping to supervise their j
swimming, boating and recreational l after use 112S hurricane it the the PunU Cords schools for five principal of the Apalachicola eonvtruction.Th .

:**** w wM "*""' ** council' deemed JUHII'a..,. Hrequested I year.. a position which,he resigned scheoUT. H* I.* married and has Awe city la using count? machln- t

Jlme U, reasonable notice and last spring after'h* had .been reappointed children I* Mason and a memberof try and rock from county pita la I
th* council voted Waf tent be given for hi* Sixth ...... Since the Baptist church. H e cam* constructing tile court, tumlMht

U 1M all ID SOMOI.Twnty (0 day; notice. then he ha been Sarasota agent to Homestead several weeks ago ing sll labor, gasoline and dynamite ,

-<*M art enrolled to tile ?.heat J. Bbier appeared before for a life Insurance company. for a personal interview with' the: of court TIlt machinery t

Joe t strnxnef K* ot Worts' Mr*. the council t* r..ne_ bit *WllcsH According to tot sword supplied trustees, who are Frank L. Skin,! 1st teed Wiry wheel not engaged *> ,Rsou

C. N. Walker who U teaching the ton tot appointment II,manager the local board of trustees, Mr chairman A J. Campbell and William sty project, but the crew N
high school subjects Mrs a. of |ho"municipal swtrrWning poolben ReTiwtnkl was"graduated from J. Cronimo Their recommendation make good progress when U I*

Wet; ii tetftfJlf DIll) *lwniitaTjriW it Is reopened after repairs th* university) of Florida la 1(2 ties not yet been acted available. This is possible through H

&J ctl.th no* under way have been com- with the degree of Bachelor of upon by the county board of public the co-operation: of County Covmissloiwr -
amulet some ..*. Jury J4.I pleted. Science In Education'' arid from instruction. t. D. Redd.

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i Page Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE. Friday, June U, 1937 J 1i !

w.-._ ..ww.w..ww.w-wss....__" Awwated fleet of new Ford automobile
Arthur--Gives Vocation LIONS.SEijCT.I; : will convey the Florida: LAUNCH SAID .11'

DIAMOND BALLTied ..Talk at Rote Meeting ; j''TtaWga'loji let tthes\4iU6nal event, :1,

'I PELEGAtESTOCONVENTIONS (ccatint atriklaf noto/cajde_ which
Rotarian A. F. Arthur, :trffl ads l ltw.f&i
of the F. C. Peter Inc., mile of the long Journey ?3
Tied la the seventh Inning mana'-j
up house at Gould, gave t
Support of the Nannja Cemetery i
with I wort of 7-7. Friday night'sgame talk on the operation of Association in IU plan for : U
of diamond ball between the house at the meetinc of
I packing btautifkatioa. of Palm Cemetery
1 Mm'1 Shop and Croaker Lumber the Homestead Rotary Club Wed.neday TIM Redland District UOM Club I
CaM was extended to the ninth. noon. I \\t preparing to make lit utual excellent :- was asked by Charka G. Turner The South Dado Cemetery A*- 1
Lions "
;,whc the .....'* Shop put over anextra )fro Traces H. Miner ..lItridIUpemr attendance record at the at Tuesday'ssession in the ociation I launching a 1ot-* Uing i
nui for a win .-,. la tiltftlMt' I of the federal writer itatt convention of Lions DeL Mr. Turner explained that campaign Ml*. Chas, T. Harper, ,
ram .of- the night W. D project, spoke lo the club one proposed .: In West Palm Beads ,June U, 14 te MMclatten. tat' arranged to the presidentfsaid. yesterday Lot j

Home Co. easily took the Burton' plan for getting'out ptHed- ,and 15. A| maay .member* are liquidate* eunrat IndebtedDeat. .with spaces for Tour grave art < ; 1
boys to a tune of 13.1.M. land District Guide. The plan. planning to attend, there will be of U.OOCI.II a M.. yet en( bail offered for '50. ;. ,
I f Of the 1,000 remainder about
saw A 0 Na..b.Ilia ..MaAh which Mr Miner atoo presentedto no meeting of the club neat Tuea-I $70d 1* in the treasury and the Another plan- adopted by thl. !
.. M a I .,.... r. 1 1, the Redland District Chamber day, Jo*. R. Hlckaon, president, cemetery association for r.l ing..i
I Balance II| t4 be raled bi&\t Immediate -
1 'someone lb a l night. I* the hmcneoir this' td off the
Wednesday announced mortgage heldby
money pay
of Commerce
4 0
c. p 4 a 'ab-.d d. sale of lots, Mr Turner
anew lb 4 1 .,Rises p 4 I .1 described in detail in an account of week. soon these the Homestead Building and
... I aid. Aa aa lot are
F.r..r 4 e IINNI' a. I I '
meetingappearing la to Building
of Loan Association
A.4..m lb 4 1 .:N-bM lb. 0 the chamber Official delegate to the state disposed of the association can go buy .
sallies lb._ 1 1 .c ......... II' t 'I I I elsewhere. In these col assembly will be Thomas E. Kirby, and Loan Association stock
....- e 4 '1 II.... If 4 forward with a planned programoJ
be obtained
which at J0
01 S I 110..11..01. I I umns. George Cooper W. O. Talbott Improvement which include can now %
Mll..a rf. t 1 abew 1 0 'I Lawrence Pope. Dr. B. E. CatUn of Its face value and to turn this .. .I
... rebuilding of road and pathway .
.. JH-rrtI Baptist to Hold Daily and Tom Torbert. Each club ii and landscaping of the grounds In a* a mortgage payment at M% 4
H iI4tit/ SchoolA allowed one delegate for ten of its face value Mrs. Harper said. .
Vacation Bible every IM said. No official action was
_.-..... I I'. 1 I .e .. .. .. .. 1-111. -"'/ members but the club expect to taken by the club, but cooperationin Holden of Building and Loan t'' 1
be represented by at least 20 members Association stock may turn it in
Women .out 11_ Swab.ei, dally vacation Bible school the movement wa promised by 9
Seems ....... BWM>. WrM. fcM .e .110, will be held this year by the First and their wive r number of Individual members on cemetery lot at the 30% rate 1\\ '
art Can* 4. 'tree.. It -" *MI I Unofficial delegate she said
(- 'M .i TkuwM 0 i MIMI MM*** Gow Baptist Church of Homestead the are per- i
.nil I. FIRM*. Aixtmra t. BMvtrWr I.: Rev. C. N. Walker pastor of the mitted to vote In all proceeding I A ;;I-LIVING ROOM A committee appointed by civic

liepwst>* I. Khonl.MMMrt tn =-. i church announce It will last except In the choice of the next I Work was started last Friday on club, the American Legion and J
I two week*-from June 21 to July convention city and the election concrete block and stucco addition the Garden Club and headed by
__.14.14. A I'r bb I'R'arr.A_ if itimr. r. M,I 2. AU children of the district between -I of the district governor and a deputy to the A. R. Meybem residenceon Charles Turner U working at u.t I

Ik. t 1 1.11 BUko rf Itt the age of four and sixteen district governor William I. South Krome avenue which problem of financing and beautifying .
*>...1. Ik I I 11.1>0.... Ik 0 0,
r......._ p 1 I S..mHk 01 1 0 year*.are invited to attend Tick of Homestead I* the present will house living room 15 by 22 the cemetery.
for...... .. 4 I ..v"'.... Ik I 0Y01168 on deputy district governor. feet and. a porch eight feet wide The county ha premised to work

Cb..bl.t.a 4 40* *I'CSask"u.: .... lit.w 1 a 0 1 1 01 r.n.emen'tt'.Mn.; J. R. Doney.Mn. 'I I Selected. delegate to the LION running the length of the living on the roads and to give shrubbery ,

; = "ii : : Woken I R-' t L ': W. D. Horne, Mrs. Frank International convention In Chicago room. for beautification of the tract
UL.GeaMn iI
i I
20 to 23 inclusive
on July are --- -
..011_ d. 4 t ''a-0I' I I. Irwin T. C. Soackletord, and -
& "iII" \' ... ... L. Mcllwsln, will meet to plan the I W. O. Talbott. Tom Torbert and "Six days nollce-CkllUP-; ; Safety Firs*: (
II 14 I George Cooper Alternate delegates pose you mean a week' notice' 'Joe, you carry the baby and let 1
select the teacher t
schedule and 1
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.. ,1- Mr. Walker will be the principal will be Dr Catlln, Charles I "No, m'm. t forgot to tell you me have the egg You might drop
Cox and W. H. Owen A specially .Ierda-London N wi. I them.-The Hood Man. -
BM tell d1.1. (. CMnm t, Mr*. Walker will be superintendent ._
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Mrark 'ri kr N.hcM 4. Cfcntnnr li wnr4i a
.....f, kk>D....... Vlktoii. .. c. ......, LPoison. of the Intermediate depart- .
L (........11. G_ .... ment; Mr Irwln. of the junior department
VB.ln>: _-. ....._ ; Mr*. Dorsey, of the primary 1-

department; and Mr.. E. J. ,

Monday night the Brooker Lunrv Polk, of the beginners' departmentMrs.

tier aggregation, took Burton' teaip Ceo. Wright will have charge 1

down for *n 1-8 decision. The of the art work.A Fill THE TANK ONCE .
other fame scheduled for Monday I picnic given by the W. M. U. ,
was celled off due to r in.k j, an exhibit of work done and at .

I will be feature of the
ie e.e r 66n. 96% program
Wn> I tiHnHk if IH 1' last day. 1N.
>nf4 Mil .1(- .......",... IMini. .
.... s,6 *'MrO..M Ik1TkMM. I I I :
41 *'UF4..d.'N 4 t II I a 0 1 4 1 1 I* and drive :1{
f........ if 4<<1..-._ rf | a a.ba 0 4 1 1 .. aTwo :
Nrtl I *'W.M of. I t be" fetal. St....... Embi Loam ,1 : :
H.44. Ik I,.ll''Rw *t t t 'I Peel I a. c......._. GunpWIl. Oo. '.
SnobIb I PI*** M I a t f1..Met ...... teM. Monsoon imntSlOTra <
1 c....... rf I I 1'''.wi p I' ...... .. M. 0.or. .--.. Wjrm.lUrrK .
0.....'....n it '. t I r.O-ph.ll. | IIV. '_ Bk.... .. H.ll. '
....... Ik. ,1 0' ilea.ee' a......., IMir....

II"t ll rr. L: i 1 ::

"....... t 4 I t *...* REASONS ICHEDt,11.E I tll I
._ I I I *t4McDuMi June 11 z.- Men's Shop-Brooker. day
'Foss boa ...., tkn tewkm.1
Mali. w., ...... HoM. 0. BuiltBWw .! Home-Burton.
was.s.ln..t Co ..| teM m tell June 14 Home-Men' Shop, .
..", II..... .. ",..... ll Mrwk Ml kri
Notion, I, "..,.... .t .-, Tb.e.., "... Brooker-Burton. I
_. c. .._. ......... tA- June II -Horne-Brooker, Men's
1'-. L C.pb.ll V"... L
UmplntlWednesdiy S.lrbert ........ .I ShopBurton.June I II
IS Brooker-Burton;

night the Burton I,I Home-Men' Shop. I
team won ,-) over the Men' Shop : June 21 Home-Men's Shop. I'I'I '

i white the lame night W. D. Home I I BrookerBurton.June :
Co. ran up a score of 18-4 In a tilt 23 Men'i Shop'Burton

'. with the Brooker Lumber crew. Horne-Brooker.
I I I June 29 Brooker-Men Shop i iI
iii... ..... ApbbS...* AIMMinor Burton-Home.
ft 1 II.Hk lb .
t (...m.a d 4 t. lr -.wo l ef| f : I I June 28 Home-Men s Shop
Coves II a t M.00.... Ik I I 1Tara. Brooker-Burton.
., M. a 0 1 .. 4k. | 0 1Sine.
i ...Ire a .o .NMMO M t i I

I =--.; Ire. : ; :'::....= Ii : : : I i WANTED
of. a 1 M. slab, alt 1 0 1
....._ e ..ea....... e 1 0abn.w Persian Limes Avocados
I a 1 I" -

. be .I" Best Market Price Paid
e 01
-- liL ",. FRANK LAKDONMln w
Drive and Richard Road
M... _. .
chap 0 4 0 I 1 0 84Surf.'s
._ 1111"1 I 1
Two b.o boom, M. 5MM,. uwI bow
N1., II. Ml i4tMkbj Wallis DR.
lam: C. BMH-B nk.M>t)..: : & F.
bow tell. mfr i "..... C..-. 111...k I FORD60W OWNERS REPORT j
..t kri Kibji. *. c._ ll _, STEUBINSReflstered
'tw.a. 1'H'' ',- a-.t.. S.hb.94W106 OptometristH
oil' C. al.h.s. i 22-27 MILES PER GALLON
. / Ump/w.1 S.ar/wrt ...- I TEARS'

'. .a I loh....... .. .. Practice In Homestead f
.. .,.,.. .. t I Room 6 and T ,
THE Ford V.81. remarkable
60-horcpowr writing
: I ..-lb as. : : :':::'N ail : : ; McCrory Arcadea.* 1 .
p Hour: mileage record on American road Private ,
: : : : = : I t
if. Saturday 7:30: to 10 p. m
k r 4 1 Hot*. lit Ii .
1-. ik i tos.ui... ft i MAIN OFFICE owner and fleet operatoR alike report averages '

M .M 01" |1 1| 1'C lNrtl; .':... tI |e : : Uti W. Flacler, Miami. FU.Pbanei of from 22 to 27 mile on a gallon of gasoline. ;1'
: '_ If. t .iC.C...*..... | 1 0 : 1-IUs-I-l1Q 11
o' |L Sullivan I. a Dr. L. W. StebblsM. Aa ehte You nn fill the tank of your Ford "60" and 1160' .

U II a'' M 4 1
r' drive J1 d ry -300 to 400 mile*-without top- _' 'L'

I I pin again for fuel. Besides costing less to run .

,HARR.Y'S WELDING SHOP than Ford car over built,k sells at the lowest rou ,. D.", .. .:

i' riUNcrrox. FLAP I Ford price in yean. That double economy t ':"":r $529 field all=r t Il.tg::

\ The "60"deliver V-8 smoothness and w am 1&.
quiet at = --+Co."
table Etertrt* and Acetylene Veldts ir, Cyllaxler DIM ." ., Bah soon era war.:=

. C>UwHe tlaaaX.,Ahnulma Castings spa BoUera.AntovwUv speeds up tG 70 miles an hour. It U built into the Saint W" 1s..M b..fed.w4::..04 .lamb

Muk' M .(.-Irbte-Ca..... to garace In main. lame body M tbo famous "85" with the

beating Veering nod aOneel TM.aac. Connections reel Plowing I roomy 25 A IIOImI ...... .... &.......-

any beHac: sad crDadrr ........ same modern feature of comfort and dependb..nut t-:.v.a Unlike ": ...

EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED ability that make the 1937 Ford V8 uoq..... Asa=Gott w t-: :i"Craft 60 w.:.-

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June 11, 1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Three 1

WPA COMPILED Sauls in Jail, Ira Johns Out on Bond Seminole Dining Room ATTEND Garland Wynn CAMP who CLOCDMONT bat Just been

( Reopened to Meet Need graduated from the University of
111 DISTRICT GUIDE On "Enticing :Minor Females" Charge Miami will leave tomorrow for

I I The Seminole Hotel Dining Room Camp Ctoudmont at Mentor. Ala..
Triple charge against Earl Saul \ which had ba toed for the past where be will be athletic director
1 untED ON C OF C and Ira Johns, aired In a crowded chief witnesses went Yvonne I several' months because of the i lof tilt "mite" department '
r and Vivian Johns, the two Illness ot the Mrs G_
courtroom before Peace Justice S. proprietor Preston Bird Jr, and Billy Walton -
sister who left their horn In I ale Joiner, was reopened Sundayas
L. Kendrick on Monday night who will attend the camp plan
'j p complete guide,to the Redland District brought dismissal on two counts RJdgedale, S. C.. after what they Mrs. Joiner regained her I to leave here Tuesday
and !lts 'resources was proposed and commitment of the two Home- claimed was two weeks of strength and felt able again to devote
aLjmeetmg of the Redland stead youth for Jury trial in the I hitch-hiking In a general northerly -: her personal supervision to t. B. Webb Injured When

District"Qarrtber of Commerce Criminal Court of Record on the direction. The automobile In I the preparing and serving of her, Car Hits Road Culvert
Wednesday night by Mrs Frances third charge ot enticing minor females ; which they left Perrlne was abao.l famous home-cooked, family style at

g H. Miner\ of Miami, district uper- away from their home with- doned at Coconut Grove day meals. ,_: T B. Weoo manager of Homestead -
i *faor'b( Ulf federal writers, project out parental consent Bond were following their disappearance, they Mr*. Jolmnwtf she had not Intended Grower Association packing '
ot tilt Works Progre! Adtnihtaiathm. each for John declared. ; to reovanttb dining room Z
set at $200 ,supplied house, wax painfully but not seriously
illustrated. The work, profusely by a Miami professional bonds In a bitter attack upon her stepfather : of her hotel for.tone Urn yet, butt I Injured when he lost control I

and providinga man. Unable to give bond. Souls Thomas Johns. Yvonne vehemently 4440 la reuppa* so a real community ot his car and struck a culverton
detailed' history of this section, was taken to the county Jail Wednesday denied that the two: need created by the closing I the federal highway at Naran-
would, be one of the American i
to await trial young men were guilty of entitling for the summer several local Ja at an early. hour Sunday morning -
Quid series now being compiled, 'In the first case Alec Brannon or in any manner persauding her restaurants. Travelers and home He wa tired and ell asleep )
by this division of WPA activityMrs failed to prove to the satisfaction' and'Vivian to leave horn She accused folk alike expressed the opinion | st the wheel for a brief moment \
Miner brought volume with devoted a of the court that Sault and Johns I I' the stepfather of constant I that the town should have at least I I Mr. Webb explained when he was !
finished of the -
1 copy also had ejected him bodily from his abuse and periodical lapses one restaurant or dining room on brought to Homestead by Fletcher :
-to Washington and I own moving car and left him to into "criminal insanity". Her mother the main hlhw'lhe said. Bryant assistant fir chief, who '
edition of the
proofs of the Miami
Guide comprising 150 pages of walk home after the trio had staged and sister were under the complete I was returning from Miami and arrived -

''J graphic descriptive matter to be a drinking party at Cutler last 1 domination of her stepfather, Pastor to Tell of Recent I at the scene a few minute
edition I Friday night Brannon claimed he she alleged Although the stepfather after the accident occurred. Two
i illustrated later when the Holy Land Trip Sunday
was dazed by the fall but made his had told the girl repeatedly I teeth were knocked out, severalstitches
S to
goes press. way to Rockdale, whence he telephoned : they could -get out I I had to be taken In a cut
For the Redland District the suggested -
The Rev. Norman C. Zulaut ofMiami
Constable J M. Scarborough I whenever they were ready," lip and Mr Webb was badly
a volume of about SO pages, ot St John Evan
Yvonne said their pastor chest and shoulder
In Homestead. His com night was not bruised on the
similar In size to Fort Lauderdale's.might .
Church North Krome,
gelical oa
panions were arrested afterwardsin premeditated but was due to fear when h* was thrown against the
I be appropriate to this sec will at the I o'clock service
Ptrrtne by Scarborough and I of their stepfather, when. In I violent speak steering wheel by the Impact
tion. A competent local writer afternoon of
his recent
; 'Deputy Sheriff Tom Vann and rag after a quarrel with Souls Sunday trip The ear was not badly damaged.
would be chosen from local WPA I
!. material lodged la Jail over the week-end. I and Johns he loaded I rifle and to the Holy Land. I
rolls to compile the
Mrs Miner estimated the cost of Witnesses produced by Sauls said went gunning for the two boys, Service are held In the church.
'that Brannon was left at a rrw.nd"1 whom he threatened to kill on on the second and the fourth Sunday
printing, which must be assumedby house In an Intoxicated sightThomas of each month at I o'clock.:
the sponsoring community or ,
civic group would approximate and that he had given Sauls and I John heatedly contradicted -

1700 for 10,000 copies of the Red- ,Johns permission to use hit ear: I II most of the testimony and In contrast to Yvonne' testimony,'

( land District Guide. A* In other I Sauls, a frequent defendant In i the charge of abuse Turning his Vivian said that while the boys Ei
!t cities this: Initial expense would police and Justice I ot the peace anger hull, upon Saul and "did not make up her mind for' I

b repaid. later by the sate of court acted is defense Ira Johns, he admitted his her," neither did) she leave home i

enough copies ,of the book at a counsel for himself and John Intention to deal out pun of her own desire, but merely to,
man retail price to cover the cost throughout the series of hearings : ishment as soon as be could be with her sister I

/I Bvhlto the Redland District and succeeded In gaining dismissal lay his hands upon them, but said Snub and Johns claimed that I
Chamber of Commerce I Ia consider- of charge brought by Al, O' he bad first called In officers of the the girls practically compelled:

I' y .3 the logical sponsor of the pro- Belcher, Pen-In barbecue stand law to aid hint in searching for the them to take them "anywhere, Just i i .
was taken owner, who alleged that Johns had missing Quartette: Constable J. I
w Jkrt no definite action a* long as w* get away
:i it Wednesday's meeting but will I "bulldozed" frank Walker, an at- M. Scarborough supported this part place" They recited a .:ot nf\l'l General

if ait the recommendation of the I Il tendant, Into serving two bottlesof of the statement by testifying that I effort to obtain marriage uce1\lll1,
, flatary and Lion clubs before beer without pay on a veiled Thomas John did not have a gun [st Fort Lauderdale and again at
'. tftiom Mrs. Miner appeared earlier threat:of producing a .22 pistol in whom hf? was (\h the search P.rtT-1 West Palm Beach. Citing the step Public Utilities

' (tf the week if ; lieu ot payment This Incident Vtvtail. th4 younger sister, ; father's alleged actions, Souls flatly -
Ii occulted sho/tly after the pair hd boldly confronted"Sauls with faitiuHT asserted that he was not sorry 1 .

Children'Undergo I left Brannoft Artil own resources.J 1 l to'kt ep his promise of mjir'riag h* took the girt away from such llenestead rkeee MSMIt's

Tonsilst In the enticement case the two' after the four left PerrlUe environment
| Operations on

Post Graduate hospital:;; In Home- :

st ad resembled the emergency

V rd of a big city hospital WednesdSv -
when Or J. A. county
pfyilclan, '
tohsitectomy upon 11 children of 1

ti Redland area. Minus their
tonsils but recovering nicely from

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sift Lillian Bishop Wallace Hu*>

ted, Bobby Garrett. Bonnie Con- 4+plasre!

VI donjrflldred Freeman, Olene Pop*. err

,; Ernest, Theron and Leon Pope:
Johnnie Lee'Andrews. Gen Ooss
" .111I1&Charles Robert GoasnelL '
4 Buford Freeman. Robert Jones and I F.


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Page Four THE LEADER KNTERFBISfc Friday June U.l987J 'IJ

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i Walker Speak I then In IW-.i. Mr aid the I,!stand other people's opinions .IMS} w
MIrr. to
LEADER-ENTERPRISE REDIuAN'D F. F. F. pretence of water In the pool would also to understand other people .1'

-.-.-----..- Over WIOD Thursday not materially' Increase the expense!1 themselv." ;.: J

rabHsbed Friday* .at Iloase- By Willis Bailer M... C. N. 'Walker, local school'J'' of MM repair project, and the only ,I Bs-tows evolved **Mae
stead. FI&. N Ik* .1It DM Tb Itadtend Future farmer board member will speak over IIUt he bad for pumps was to get of tk* Vnkffe .. \' .

rabtehtag c. held a special muting fret Tuesday station WIOD next Thursday boraS I the water down low enough to I by President FuWd A .
night to plan their trip to the j e'clock till bate on the Ute Militate excavating and grading posed of Mn. Joseph '
BEN AKCHE .. .- MlUfMAKJOftlE annual Future Farmer conventionin Guidance Clinic: program. The work which was completed Wed.! piano Dr. H S. Wolfe )'botItOf.JcfII'teWI '...

LEACH AKCBF.K I Gainesville I clinic Is sponsored by the D d*I nesday. violin and George trick\: n
__.___ Associate Farmers from all over
UUM1 Future County /uvenile Council 1, the, Me altered previously prepared clarinet, played two '
the state wilt be present at this school board churches and clubs., repair plans, however to provide 1 : ;
meted M nomad Ha* a*..1 event Among those prevent wID I a maximum thickness 6f SS Inches
wow March .. Ism ** quo Past be the winners, from aO of the district -I TO OBAESVI FIAO OAY at the deepest point of the section CONSERVATIONContinued f
elf let pt Bonn*" Furl"a"sethe contests-pttbll* speakers. 1 All lodges and civic oraa 1.w- to be replaced, tapering up at beta (
art If Mart fc fit* ddlen. harmonic players strtagbands ''r; lion of Homestead am, invited to ends to a minimum thickness ttII : : 1
vocal quartet and diamondban ,attend the annual Flag Day celavbrsikm Indies.: Formerly a maximumof -
team Beside tW,each: chap" to b* held in Bayfront ( From Paw OneGeorge } (
tern ..nel:. $LM A 24 Inches and minimum of II and ;
fee will have two delegates to "'p-I,I''Park Miami Sunday evening at Cooper a* OouUs K. }\
r inches in thickness: of concrete was
U Cox and V. T. Oxer of )(iMJI.
Want It In th* JnHiIIP" tn*:, S o'clock under the supervision of contemplated. tf
Study in GrayA state association. and each chapter i According to Mr. Steffanl.! nearly .
1111 will haw swimming and livestock: POOL 4,000 acres of aeibania leave
flung over I
cloak of glory WM Judging teams. Other members been planted In Dad County thissummer "
of its setting ran UBTC UNIONOofinurd f
Flora the rays
faded and Mn who wish to go may do so and the and a large acreage of '
But the flow soon candidates for the State Planter' Continued From Page One) velvet beans and other leguminous

away done. degree are to have their Initiation ed that 600 wheelbarrow load cover crop will be ready to turn .1 C
And I felt that the day wit performed there. of thickly mixed concrete containing ( from Pig! Ont) back Into the loll within the next l
I thought, the flow Iron : t
So fades
I The state winner In the public 1,200 sacks: of cement wouldgo I extent beyond anything you have 10 day About 300 application f
our live. peaking contest Ire eligible to into the 40 by 69 foot section dreamed." for 1957 conservation benefit haw {
sadness I turned away,
And a lib and J: compete for the Southern Regional of pool floor that la. being recon i Dr. King gave only< the "tall been completed and signed by th*
miracle was
But > hamplonship It the competitorfrom atructed. end" of his lecture on 'Th Promotion community committee and ..iI1lO f
anted in awe. Florida wins there he will go The concrete will have to "cur*"', of Religious Tolerance," forward to Gainesville for approval "
At t beautiful study in ray.Cr
a on to Kansas City for the national for two weeks. Mr. Clark aid but because be said, the whole lecture: tomorrow he aald t.r t.r

In the .kj championship.The he feel no reason why the pool requires an hour and the time was
fleecy clou* .
> livestock: Judging team will should not be ready for a gala letting lat*. He promised to re. f
bate, Judge poultry horse, beef cattle, ,._peninc on the Fourth of ,July. turn if invited at some future date!I
th ,
strips-sailing over *
Cray dairy cattle, hog and sheep. Aa a cement expert with the' and give the entire lecture. Mrs. Gussie Joiner
silver sea,,
The a The winners of first place In Second II. S. Engineer* In Cuba, Preceding Dr. Kin,', talk the ..
All a beautiful stud In 1f117. these contest will be sent to the Mr. Clark was sent to Honolulu In various ministers present respond. AnnouncesReOpening j ,
Youth fade* >. ..n4.the glow
""*' American: Royal Livestock: Showin 1800 to design and supervise the ed to invitation from W. M I
din down e
Like U. sw* al UM close of theday Kansas City next fall. Her they pouring of pier for the U & government Fifield, president of the mews "
will Judge livestock to determine dry dock constructed Union, to express their views on "
the national champion what the organization might do. ,
But we may, it w* will make our After the business\ sessions; Of many: it circulate In both, passed The preachers were unanimous In : of theSeminole I

And lives beautiful wortfc-wbUe study In 1J'17. our state association two delegates from mouth to mouth but only between recommending continuance of j, 'J
a each before people who know each otherwell the get-acquainted \
Mother Luethl In Key from chapter wW bring meetings I1Itt
Edith the meeting the desires of and In great aecrecy. the fish fry and advised against Hotel ,
Veil Citizen. their home chapter. and candidates "Paddy." ask a small boy being In a hurry to find | project j, ;

for the State planter degree will "what U the difference between to undertake Dr. King, when begot ,

So That's Why be Initiated. At the last meeting Socialism.: Communism, and Faiclsm up to talk, indorsed this ad i I r tt
Ulcers for led state association ?" vice. Redland District minister 1 I Dining Room 1
What make people CUM? Veil, will be elected *!I', like this son: We haw four who were present and poke were:

according to the Progressive Farmer After Pie convention two sows In our cowhouse. Socialism George Deuel. /.. A. KoettUne, C. I I
here i* a scientific explanation boys from each chapter willhave will take two away from "" for O. Nelson Leo Peyser, H O. Cow-I t 1 I
a. given by D*. George W. Crane, been selected: to remain the community." an. Milton 3. Sackett. and t t.Kelson. serving her famous 1 I

noted psychologist: for two weeks at the state "Thei w* have two left" I I' )
,. fpopl who have inferiority forestry camp at Oleno. Af this "Collll1unlll1bkef all four, and Dr. King was In trod used by the !I 1'I horn-rooked, family
complexes and are afraid are likely camp the boys will be taught to pays you a wage foi the work you Rev. Harley R. Core retired min
to adopt profanity. Thou wkUM make forestry tools, and to manage do." bier of Sliver "Palm a friend of: style meals at J f i
pnrfaoUy an often people' who their woodiaitds properly. "Where do the cows go?" UM noted Iflami Beach pastor1 t tiMe t i

are afraid of themselves They I ----- -- a.r; >> make up a bigger 100. Pr. King said that,: 1
adopt loud and violent language:1 New U CM Be TU 'w'u.to leave you what people want is eqautity.. not 50c 75c $1.00 1)
kid ttrmaelvu along, ao to I do not know U the following all your cows, but It doe an themilking. tolerance, and to promote tolerance I 1I
and delude themselves Into thinkIng anecdote was born la Italy or GeN ."-Commonwealth. ..w* should seek not only to under- '. I JI
Uwy are bold virile men. They --- I
are trying to compensate for M ;jiiIRIM :1
Inferiority complex. They are like' / tfr Ft.NEiT :I 1J
the boy who whistles tQ a dark PONTIAC
night to keep up his. courag They
don't fast the equals Pt those with PJW"PRI4 r
whom they associate, w they try 7
to Undrew their friend with link
foul language. Chronic more of .
oath ere usually childlike or .low V

mature in licit emotional develop ..
seen; *vel\ though they nay be .

grown ,..... Th strong. tope ft -,
wtU-adjosted child: deff| Mew /ry1/R dV mad)wrfDWAV t

to rely oq ouch artiifcUl means for .
Impressing "Ala associate" I .

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An imaginary, V formed a./ .
drawing Una from Florida to botbl 0
New" \"orIIanci Chicago f
lain a2 per rent of WOUl41:04-1 t.
Sates population and more than IIf
M per cent of She country
wealth, according to the Bate
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d: June 11.1987 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Five
I Miss Ruth Fox left Tuelldp1or. Fran Hoods left Saturday tot aunt Mr. and Mo M. D. Jacob"

I* viatt of several weeks ... te Charleston:: & C. when III will am. I
slater, Mrs. Alleges? ill WbMOBia, be ..|UMd. for several weeks to
In and Ground his: bustaaaa. of fruit broker 8fr. Mir. and Mr*. Howard leash and i
Mr. and. Mr- Paul Sbellnutt- and Morris and her daughter, MissBatty hjldren art visiting in Vllftaia.Mn. 1
son, Paul, Jr. at Columbus, Da ttowen wail met June II ---. I
visited Mr. and Mr S. a Fitch pf into the John fi. Harris how if ***** Urdon wWW :
Homestead: Homestead while" spending" a vacation Porvenlr which the and MX. Mirth Mends In Miami the first af this

0' i at Miami Beach. They were rectally purchased from VIe lies. ww/E. :
A entertained also by Mr*.. Shellnut's wick Corporation. They will join
FPO tether, K. M. Cook of Ibis city. Mb Morris later far a iwnraer Mlaf Aletha Bes Lots sailed

A'!, 'N; and Mrs' If. R. Bird haul Mrs Ralph f Mb Sober will 1 Mr. and Mrs. 'S. K Flick entertained vacation trip. *tress"** Miami f. New meat TIM*.

Ii"rt; moved to 4 < newly puts| few* retyra (spore Oliver will Mr. and Mrs.. Mark Calhonn -
Dr. and Mr* M. L.TaftMllb lft,
0" w ,.,. W Wtttaeqt* street The spend toe awnmer u) AUaMs; a4Mr Of CMuratw.Da. at their home this by'tHeir K )I. Cook ;; ,.(tensed to
aeoampanlad daughter
; ,r bows In forvenir they (tersely *. Swbe and the vbiUreii will week Hpnwsleld frogs a vWt to to far*.
t occupied has been leased by Mr, CO first to AJbem to see Mi*. Sup UM! Miriam Tafwenbaum left Of la MoreUnd C*. He expects

; ;'. aH azr. Tom 7.I" ..'. shirr ,eradiate froM the Uni.ventty Mr. and ",. Cbe lies 79"1" N.fmeMd/? to Mend yesterday the for marriage Newark*f, to spend the wwaer ton and Will
.of Alabama then to Mor tart fanning operations with A.
and their paler) on have gone to
their gat, Charles, to Miss. Ethel
Mrs. J. (X Wynn and Mesa Ivan gin Ca,. to Visit her parents, Dr. Italy to tpend via month* with Strlsln, both of that tit,.. mUnnuo next tall
Moter wilt 10 to Lakeland Sunday and Mrs. R. J, Glower. Mr*. Toppino'a parent. Theyraptored Mrs. frank LeCetts accumpan-

ID attend school Southern College *um. to New York and took M.B. Pirfcl ot Cummlngs. Oa., lad by Roy Walker, her grandson,
Mr. and Mrs Flay Watson and
titer their car to Italy with them member of the Georgia legislature, left for her home In Chosen Sal-
Jimmy and Flay, Jr.
sons, pPahokae
Mr*. Given Victor hu Wed. spent Saturday night and SundayIn urday.Mrs..
roovfd ar* visiting relative and Joe Burton returned home
Homestead M a guest of the -
, from the former Undewan house friends In Homestead and expect nesdsy from Emory University in Seminole Hotel Charles] Barnes and her two
on N. Krome avenue to the Hart- to remain here until the opening Atlanta children, Louise and WlJUrl Mr
man house in Porvenir. of the Lake Oksechobee farming John Nesbltt of Cordel Ca. ar- J. E. McClung Wave Horton and
Mr. and Mr*. J. L. Burton have
season In August rived here Monday night for a (Continued
on Pap Eight
L. and her Mrs. J. D. Brown Miss
Mr S. Mowry sister a* guest abort visit with relatives and
Mrs Mary Lee of Texas who has C. W. Little la running a packIng title Lee and Bill Lee of Atlanta friends.: He I* registered at theSellllno. I .- -
been visiting her, left Friday tot house In Charleston S. C. this who cam Sunday. .*. I
Mn Lee' home In Texas where summer. His sons, Edward anti : :
Mrs.. J. C. Vann expect her
Dare Mowry' plan to remain for Charles, are with bJm father and itep-mother, Mr. ant Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Simpson !
several week. and daughter. Bobble ten ,
Mrs. W. A. Mitchell of Shaw,Xjs.,
Mrs. Royal C. Henry who Has Tuesday for their summer home in I
Mia France Dorse? will leave been visiting her sister Mr*. J. R. her aunt Mrs. Frank Luther of Black Mountain N. C. Mrs.. Simpson I.I
and .. Power,
Wlngo Ky., I
Tuesday to attend Stetson University Brook left Monday night for he will visit In Paducah Ky. I
to arrive
of Mrs. Mitchell
summer school In DeLand. will return to,
horn in LUesviUe, N. C. while away. They
Her sister Mill Virginia Dorsey, Sunday or Monday for a visit her* Homestead In the fall. I

will (a with her and spend three: Mr. and Mrs. Lee a Lehman and I Geo. N. Wakefleld and Virgil -
week In OeLand. their son, Clayton, returned Saturday Grennell 'look Mr. Wakefleld's Miss Edna Phelps ot Coral'
Gables and Norman Feaster of
from to Chicago LaGrange I'
a trip
mother, Mn. T. D. Wakefleld, and
lit and Mrs. / E. Davis left Miami were week-end guests at
and Dixon; 111and S.bley, Joe and George Barber to their SERVICE: you LIKE!
Thursday to spend six week Iowa. the home of Mr. and Mr*. K. I.
home In Tampa Tuesday and returned -
Visiting relatives In ,nd near Nash. DyaL Careful checking and thorough
yi\1e Ceo. JT. Archer of Key Wet the lime day.
It attention and] Inspection which
Mr, and Mrs. 1. Tburman announce -
visited Tuesday afternoon and MrsTE: :
Mr}and .; R W. Ashby mov. of his and Mr. and T. Anderson of the birth of a daughter, w* Insist" upon to every case,
at the home son
' night McCormick, 8. C., to Homestead -
1 *d Tuesday to the Free apartment ughter-in-lw, Mr. and Mrs. cam Mary Carol, on June ). She gives you the dependable con-
last week to make theU home
on Est Tenth street I ed six and a half pounds. (entlous service you want We'ipprtclal
Archer. H left Wednesday
Ben here In one of the Home apart "I'b-i
An ellht-P( -uD.t son was born morning for Tampa where he will ments. Mr. Anderson working Albert Byrum to ( your patronage and
to 110. and Mrs. Jack Branch at spend several weeks with Isis son- for the C. Y. Thomaaon Construction week with hi* uncle and aunt.\ we know that ft> continuance f
th* fast Gradual hospital June in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Co on the Oversea highway.Mr. and Mrs. i. / L. Phillips, in ( pew upon our ability U
JO. =-Mrs.. Branch I* the former W. D. Heame, and other relative Gable M"I '11\I.
Lola Vbitehaad.M and Mrs. Jss. A, Daughertyleft rtIJll
Miss. I Mn. T. a Grsntham left Wed Wednesday for a visit with Mac, David and Bobby >> THURJUNS
and w-C; : : H. Bio and neday morning for plant City*. friend on the west coast: and to one of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Bow of I SERVICE STATION
sons,.Surrey and Frank. are on a cause of tile Illness of her mother, North Carolina, MiamI. are visiting In Homestead:
short vacation trip In their boat., Mrs. V- T. Watktn, who live : with their grandmother, Mrs. U L ft. grow at Srd street ]
J. Walker left Saturdayto _
Mr*..lUo* and tile children Joined there. Mrs. T. Bow, and with their uncle and i
visit friend and relative at
Mr. flies at Marathon Wednesday
Edmund Watkin of Homesteadand fort Pierce.
when th Rev. Milton.B. Sackett
his 1 W'r. V T. Watkins e
Buddy_ Fitzpatrick I and Bill Kopp, plant City, are taking a six-week Landon Carney left Wednesdaytor
who had been with him line SatVrday vacation In California) and Wash Carey, Ga. Later in the summer
returned to Homestead, legion P. C. he will go to New York and ar

K"aid: Mrs. Theo 1 .Pennsylvania.Mr. .
Mr W.
'r' Mr. and Mrs. A. p. f ojl* spent i
Bleler and Miss Eula Bay are taking a few days at Ochopae this week I and Mn. Hugh Seattle left
ij | ummr-- 'our* *! taw y jlverslty attending to business interest Monday for Fort Pierce to attend
pf MfnmL an I. O. O. F. meeting which win
;:.. Mr*. C. E. Eiehenberger ha returned be held in honor of Mr. Seattle
Mia 7.EWi tlttJ pAIf1q NeUa from Gainesville Ga, 'who la grand master of th* atet. i
tauli who ar* attending the rlor- wher she attended the graduation
kta Methodist Yoyng People's As- exercises pf her up. Charles Mrs. M. D.Hartman and her r
'l srmbtyjn Lakeland this week will Eichenberger, who was given fivt daughter Henriette left with Mrs. .
o go fI'OIJ' lakelaml to Temps to merit stripe as well a* a mMa fartman's brother-in-law, Lewis
visit MUUyei a1lllater will visit for his band work and one for his) Hartmaa- Monday for Nashville
. r. In Plant City and Bloomingdate. narksmanahlp. : n where.they will snake their home. ..
* yin Hauls plan{ (1 return In three I : GOING UP!
ar fUt weeks. M MH M"b will Theodora Franklin-John Frede', 'fiiit-fivat Drew visited Mrs W.
ay 'Isar of. rick Billy Otamber. Roy .Wood.l R. Brd( 'before she left Thursday
'Ii : d Itudolph Cossman returned for.\tIe' University! of Wisconsin
", Mr, a f.M fret Sxber moved btme Tuesday afternoon from the where/ the- will tako a summer New homes are going up. and so

J recently,to ihs ,house tennafly nor University of Florida *t GalnesVtfle. course. are home standards!
upled by! Ms- and Mr*. Don Fericyra -
.On fiatvrday Mr. and Mrs.Suber Misses Kathryn and Edna Ma
Thanks to the low cost of building
:. -their three children and Mr*. Royal C. Henry of Ulea rheisen left by automobile Friday
Mr Puber'l mot ar, Mrs.. L. vilte N. C., left Tuesday night for for their bom* in Michigan. Miss material, better home de.sign.-
' paver, len. for a visit in "'a'i 1 her home after' a visit with her Elinor Hayden accompanied them and the FHA Plan of convenient
lanta with Mr. Suber'a. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and U far a* Ohio where the will visit
j, Wesson Oliver, and his tep-lster.' Mrs. i. R. Brooks. relative mqnthly payments-the average

family can now afford to bufld-

and enjoy home comforts our

Don't Neglect Summer ? grandfathers never dreamed oft t

:.f Now's the tim$ for you to build the

Fertilizing :'f"'t\' home you want. We'll be glad to explain -

... how you can pay most of its

cost, by the month out of your in

Dtw't neglect the summer fertilizing of your grove. Wet come.

mixtures for avocados citrus limes and other
carry See us for detailed information on

tropical fruits. Groves should be sprayed during the : new construction loans up to $50-

f next three months to insure clean, bright fruit. Don't 000, with 20 years to pay and remodeling -

loans up to $2,000 with 26
wait. Do It now. months to
,. pay

I Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. .

ManutaduTtn Redland Brand Fertiliser W.DfHomeCo.;

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Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, June 11, 19.17. .

I I Social Events in South Dade : G .] [-


noble grand of Liberty Rebekah "

large suitcases fined with Mn. Bevo Webb Mn. Dick Kl- lodge and Mn. Matilda Fox,'vice- The Sub-Deb Club stave 1U annual J. R.: Brook, Mrt.'Royal C.! Htnl1 W
gift and decorated with "Just nard Mrs. Frank Hausman, Mr. grand at Monday lvenln,'* meeting dance fh the Lions' Den Friday and Lewis Hartman of Tennessee

married" signs and old shoes were Frank Skin MJItIt J. B. Sparkman, evening. Blue and silver, the chaperones; Mis Alt Webber, JAIau
prevented to Miss Miriam Burton Mn. E. B. Bwplfbum: Mrs. Lee Those present were: Mrs. Goldie club's e lo.... and-forget-'me-noU, Misses Iva and Nina 't>yal, Miss .
Wednesday evening at a bridge a LehraanMjj| Helen Hackler, WoUe, Mn. Edna Strickland, Mrs. the club's heft were used effectively Nina Pearl Bush Miss Mary Frttf- Its<
shower liven In her honor by: Mn. L. tQifyidler.. Mrs,,. Ipm Florence Pacettl, Mn. Blanche in the decoration The I ees'Arthur, Miss Bobbie Summer- ck
Mrs. If. P. McDaniel Mr*. Edward Torbert, Mrs,l1} 0, HomeVr*. Chapman, Mn. Margaret Gay Pink Elephant played'for the I II tin Miss Jane Keel,., Mile Virginia reNt
Brooker, Sr., and Mn! Elizabeth J. D. Redd. Mrs. J. A. Daugherty, Mn. Neecle Branch, Mrs. dancing. Frick. Miss Helen West, and Mis. ,
Horn at the McDaniel home Wed. Mn Carl Deden Mrs. Edw. Brook- ; Corabelle Grlnold, Mn. Moon, Punch was served throughoutthe Hartman members; and Miss Mary !.'to.p
netday evening. Miss Burton'i er, Jr., Mrs. Robert Darelntf, Mrs.Ovid I Mrs. Fox Mn. Flora Comp- I evening. Elizabeth Kyle. Miss Margaret
marriage to Lonnle L. Hood will Sullivan, Mrs. Tom Harris,i i 1 iton I B. C. Murphy: E. S. Cap- After the dance Mn. E. J. Dyal Berger Mill Mary Ranson, Mill onto
take place the latter part of this Mrs. Wm. Musselwhlte, : '. C J.Parman ..linger C. P. Grlnold and Ralph I assisted by Mrs. M. D. Hartman Betty Bowen, Miss Margaret Albrecht -
month. Mn. Brown, Home, Moon. I and Mrs. Brook served "break- Miss Edna Phelps, Mill .
Gladioli, llliea and roses were Mrs. Scarborough Miss Frances fan" to the young folks at her Anne McConnell Mill Barbara
used in the decorations.Six Dorsey, Miss Alice Hobson, Mill LUTHER CHANDLER IS home on N. E. Eighth street A* a Done, Carl Deden, Billy Arthur IIah
tablet of bridge and one Dolly Wollam, Miss Carrie Belle HONORED ON BIRTHDAY surprise feature of the breakfast Pierre McDaniel, Canon Malcolm,
Caves, Mill Rose Caves and Miss the Sub-Debi farewell Ed Bobbie Vrana
gave a and Harold froM
In Mr. and
table of monopoly were play. I Mn. Hugo Vihlen gavea
Huff. shower for Miss Henrlette Hartman Vrana Norman Feaster,
Miss Ellen Huff won the high core dinner party at their home last
Mr. and Mn. Luther Chandler who was to leave for Lawrence. Duke Francis
lOOn West
prize In bridge; Mrs. J.. A. Webb, week in honor of the birthday an-
gave a dinner dance at the Coral Nashville where the will reside. irwin Brown John ()tai
Harry Walton
second Mrs. Ted Scarborough
the prize; nlvenary of Mrs. Vihlen'i brother,
Cable Country Club Saturday Present at the dance Mr. A
I were: Joseph Gauzena, Robert Caureos
the low score prize; and Luther Chandler. ,
night as a compliment to Miss MI- and Mn. Bevo Webb, Mr. and Mn. Stuart Hall and Linton Conner.
Mn. Dexter Horne, the cut prize.
I rlam Burton. I Those present wen: Mr. and
Mn J. D. Brown of Atlanta won Mrs. Chandler, Mr. and Mn. Good- ,
The table decorated
I wa with
the monopoly prize. MR. AND MRS. MATTHEWS- tdent, presided during the busU W..K
lot Warden, Mr. and Mrs. Brown
white gardenias and whIte place
GIVE .FAMILY DINNER, PARTYMr. : session and Circle One tinder
A chicken salad courts and iced : cards and favon were used The Phillips. Mrs. Maude Chandler,
and Mn. 'Stanley F. Matthews the leadership of Mrs. Frank Irwin .
tea were served. ice cream served in the four-course Miss Mary Warden, Summers "t.1.H.
The guest list Included: Mri. J. dinner was molded to represent 'Warden and the host and OstHI.WOMAN'S. gave a family dinner party:: 'presented m program on The .
Italian., Mr*.-O. A. West.-.Mrs.
Sunday in honor of the arrival of
L; Burton, Mn. Theo. J. Bleler, wedding symbol '
Mr*. Joel J. Robinson Mn. Geo.M. The guest Included"Mr. and .CLUB HOLDS their ton and daughter-in-law, Dr. W. B. Myrick. Mrs C E. Saunderh. ..H..M
Mn. C. R. .Mr*. ..Chlll'lelMartin'
and Mn. Earl Matthews the
Sonnlchsen M.... A. O. .
Cain Mrs. Dewey Hllsabeck. Mr. and LAST MEETING OF SEASON
Mn. J. A. Webb. M.... Floyd ogle, Mr*. George Collins, Mr. and Mrs. I, On Tuesday the Woman' Club Georgia Experiment Station, at and Mn. W. R. Cheshiremade ..
talk and Mrs. L. A. Wise
Griffin Ga. will
spend a one-
Mn. J. L. Scarborough. Mrs.George Elbert Froscher, Mr. and Mrs.
,of Homestead voted to hold no ,8.A
month vacation here. gave,the df'VOttolAnnouncement'\& ,
Reuhle, Mrs P. B. Bird, Theo. J. Bleler, Mr. and Mn. Tom further meetings until Oct. 12. Five
Mn Tom McMeekin, Mrs Curtis I Torbert, Mill Burton, Mill Elizabeth dollars was given to the Dade Coven were laid for Mr. and wal made that '
Monroe Mn. Paul Reynolds, M.... I Home, Mr. Hood and Frank County Federation of Women's Mrs. Matthews, Dr. and Mn. Circle Two will present the pro .ytEl
Frank Webb. Mn. J. It Webster, Basco. I,Club scholarship fund. Matthews Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mat. gram at the' ,July meeting and that
Circle Three will furnish flowersfor
hews, and Mr. and Mrs.Aldus
Two.new members Dr. IreneShanklin
of Miami the church: during July.
Matthew and their
KIT WEST COUPLE MARRIEDAT W. W. !every, Mrs. Ceo. M. Son- and Mrs. Land6n Carney
JUNGLE GROVE TUESDAY nlchsen, Miss Ireta Bethel, Miss were received.Into the Hub.Mn. daughter, Julia Ann GERALDINE SHEPHERD:
Mill Isabel Tedder and Arthur Mildred Sullivan Miss Eva Sulli- Harry D. Wolfe"gave a report In the afternoon A R. Livings' HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY .Jr.d
; M. Notto both of Key West, were van, Mill Mary Adams and Misses of the Woman' Club Federa- ton took picture of the roup. Mrs R. E. Shepherd gave party In
married Tuesday evening by the Mosely, Elizabeth and Melba tion meeting in Miami and Mill Saturday in honor of the seventh It
Rev. A. A. Koestllne at the home Sever. Jennie ,Lobdell gave a report of W. M. U. PLANS PICNIC birthday anniversary other daugh N
of the' bride's.*cousins, Mr, and the' Study Club.' Mrs. Joel J. FOR BIBLE SCHOOL ter, Genldlna. Ice "prep" n4) and cake prS
Mrs. Jaw W. Lowe In Jungle DINNER PARTY IS GIVEN imtfltwcrtthrpfetldent, presided. The W. M. U. voted Wednesday were the refreshment \51.
Grove. FOR MRS. HARTMANMr. .--...... to sponsor a picnic eflhe close of Present were: Carol .Walker,

r The bride was dressed in white and Mrs. J. R. Brook enter. G. A. MEETS WITH the church's Bible school: for the I I Elizabeth Walker Betty and Ruth 'Ie

crepe and carried I bouquet of talned at dinner at their home Saturday MABLE RUTH POPE children and those in charge. I I Byrum, June and Doris Cheshireand ':M
red radiance: rose*. Mrs Got. in honor of Mn M. D. Hartman The G. A. met at the home of Mrs. R. E; Edward, the pres- Wynelle Shepherd.
Ileb Kufeldt was matron of honor who with her daughter Miss I Mable Ruth Pope Tuesday after- .
and Numa Tedder brother of the Henrietta, left Monday night for noon for their regular study period. G.
bride, vs best man. Nashville with Loula' Hartman of During he social hour, Jells, ice Ft
i A white-wedding cake surround that city. cream and cookie were served. Persian Lime M
; ed by ferns and flowers was cut Coven were laid for: Mn. Hart- Those attending were: Mn. J. R. Iii
by the bride Sjd served with Ice man, Mrs. Royal C. Henry Mrs. Byrum, the leader, Mn. Pope M
cream. Tom Llndsey Louis Hartman and Geneva and June Vann, Lois Week RUBBING
Pierce. Fay Pierce, Madlne Gilmer ,AtCI
Mnftfotto la the daughter of Mr. the hoet and hostess. I
and Mn. Wm. R Tedder of Key The same group enjoyed a fish I and Ruth Byrum. .4.10e40 ALCOHOL ,

West, who are now living at Tav- ing trip on the Brooks-Faust boat -..--- I deg

.ernlelV, Mr. Notto |*,stationed at Sunday at Angel Fish Creek. The Calendar We la the PERSIAN LIME 111..tn..

I} the 11. S. army barracks at Key ItOESTLVr&i i capitol of.the nation are "sorMilk .
West Mr., ante Mrs Notto left WANETTA June 11 Meeting of Areme ion
Wednesday for Key West where 19 GIVEN SHOWER : Club at home of A. R. Livingston back ef this movement the

they will make their home The High Lagu of the.,Ho m4Juns! 13 Flag Day services for. 100%. PMut er!
Others present at the ceremony stead Methodist Church gave a; lodges at Baybont Park Ill Miami "
were: Mr. and Mn. Wm. R. Ted- party at the home of Mr. and Mrs June 14 B. P. W. C. meeting In This Is attested by the "Lp t*
oVr, Mr. and Mrs O. P. Tedder, J. E. Close Tuesday evening, and Legion halt rlI
and their son, Julius, and Mr. andMrs. a; a surprise feature showered W aJune It Covered dish lunch- fact that mere PERSIAN ) ,
t. Merlin Albury, all of Taver- netta Koestllne with handker eon meeting of Legion Auxiliary at LIME drink were served I of MagnesiaTOOTH ,.

nler. chiefs. home of Mrs H. H. Ewln,. -
Those present were: Mrs. Close, I June 18 -- Last meeting of Ad over our fountain In the PASTE If

SHOWER IS GIVEN FOR Wanetta Koesttine, Evelyn Sykes, Astra Chapter of O. E. S. until fall last seven days than have, -
MRS. DONALD SULLIVAN Louise Hearing Edwina and Mary June 22 Meeting of or POWDER
I been served daring
Mn. Lloyd Delta entertained Jo Close Mildred Field Margaret I Matron's Circle of W .M S. a C S.r.r.tWAa.a
Friday afternoon at a surprise Field, Marjorie Moser Carlton. of Mn E. A. Buchanan. youn'l summer week In the hie35 reds ....:........ I .".fnrad''1
shower for Mn. Donald Sullivan Sweet and Lewis Aken I MM* Ad*.
of tory of our store. ......s.. a'
the former Miss ,
(; (
Jeannette Sever.In I
the two contest held Mn. 040000 FOR AC10 MeA .

Sullivan and M.... Edward Bishop .
won the tint prize and Mn. Jesse V ,n, I. yCARE For a HEALTHIER.INDIGESTION'
Caves and Mrs I ,...
Roy Chandler, the TASTIER, mere
consolation prize. see

A salad course was servM b, 'Se glue': FRESHING drink f:
the hoitets. Those Invited were: True beauty demandsthe PERSIAN LIMEADE: 4 Action Antacid Powder
Mn. J. S. Caves, Mr*. Oeo. Hardin, r tie genuine time beat of care at all CJ.
Mrs. D. Sullivan, Mrs. Jesse Caves, Whether yea
EUGENE with a wave, a facial. 000000
Mrs. Lester Walkup Mrs. Jack Permanent> 50KLENZO
j < a manicure
: Branch, Mrs.
Boyd Cohernour, E *,'aefliag views-ebetad
the other essential aids Take a few PERSIAN hut
Mrs. Burley Dendy Mrs. L R. es. iMiiag curls- Ws she to beauty, you'll find a
Becker, Mrs. Johnny Becker, Mrs. LIMES with en
fcM ttl a.*MMt pus the skilled operators at yea year
;' Rudolph Mattson Mn. Bruce Had Wi He Und .e gamierm Pat' Beauty Parlor ne.Ueator the folk bark It

Thompson Mr. A. B. Lang Tee ..e. de ........*'.(vetoe.Vttrtog. il ready to serve you
Mrs. Blanche Chapman. Mrs. home. They enjoy geed
",I .riik gtmiliie CytesVSsclirts quickly at any time. TOOTH 10
Bishop, Mrs. John Rohrer Mrs. Lrl as "drtsi" Croqnlirmle. Spiral and drinks, too. 19c
your I
Chandler, Mrs O. Ckmlnger, Mrs.
Mr lot the sriioa, ..{ih sea> CorabluUonPERMANENT
101 Poxsee, Mrs Fred Henn, Mrs.
;'*ml Mduljiloni/ and Aiittrtig I WAVES
r ace ead e* ; 1 Prices $;), $6 $7 .All...,


: S !. 1* Ice GOOD an.'Each MUSIC Tuesday & Beauty Parlor Ii I i PARLOR Homestead, Florida_

LEGION IIALL Me LUlle Stews. Operator Phe U9-R Hone Bldg. .. : Ljhn,4M "" ; i'eJ:1 t



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0 ".- 44184041First .of' MATS: Fiat' Insertion 1011 ( and subsequent Insertions 1

Century ChrIat1aaJ'lYe. '-; I I 8* a KM I II.

,tI. ..... topic: "All Are Las I. \1

ftrNlO 1JI1O HELP Mrs. Wm. M. Johns Mrs. "1u...& CkristrCHMSTIAN I I I FOR RENTFOR Cash $8 a aq. Q. R. Oldendarf: j

WITH crrr TENNIS ( Delta Mrs. W. H. Sykes, SCIENCE CHURCH 1 plumber. (p fe 3i)

On tbe-teconmendatkm Bert Branch, Mrs. W. B. RENT Modern 4'room'Iapt.
All Bird Mrs W. M .Bradley Mist Jules 11 Leauaeenaoatopics FOR SALE SO tons well rotted
Junes & conaaI\6ee: "God the PJwerftr" Mrs. Peter Johnson 307 W.) ,I
BIBB, the Junior Woman's Macomber Misses Helen I nt b. St. (full tf) cow manure. Alpine Orova
: I
:Esther .Livingston and Ma-s. .
t Homestead jMonday *venh Mlsi MMM-MMM1MMM MMO .O.MBMMO Dairy Ore 1M8)

. i. cided that the money" Daoney.. : HOME8TCAD"MCTrK> i FOR RENT by year t-nIotn end I
.. .! bath apartment vacant June 1 I FOR SALE: 1 wicker chairs with
i repairing the- tennis !... II Mtmtag ***...
k i North Krome avenue PICTURE SHOWN .y Abe "Y. Gee. E. eL..u I I!j By renting now you get 12 desk. Phone co. (inll-18)

:. < I'ounIand Fifth streets \ LEAGUE ...veJn. aervke,eekeee W the I month for price you would have

,y spent to better advantage colored moving picture film' **RV..U 4i wM-be gives 'y I I to pay other place for the I.j BARRED ROCK breeding stock.
t month winter Prize winners. 1 of
j season. Clean cool, pen Bishops
sisting In some way with Palm State Park was the young *p.eple.FUST I
I tennis well haded room, good furniture i I pen of Parks, also White Leghorn -
tour new courts Ernest Coe to members I I
electric !
PRESBYTERIAN: stove fireplace.All pullets.
I.I swimming pooLMrt. Laymen's League of St Jose 1}-Meralng worship I rooms curtained. Studio::,:POULTRY EQUIPMENT.: Battery

a Robert Glenn was '. Episcopal Church Wednes "The Motives. ef Me*." Youngpeople's I couch In living room make extra brooders to accomodate 1000

-. as a new\member and evening at the home of Mr worship at 1:1" Ne sleeping room. S minutes! chickens Also t movable poultry -

ship applications were Mrs. W. R. Bird. from Homestead 30 minutes houses In excellent condition
L evening church: worship I to I ,
d from Miss Betty Bowen buffet supper was served by through svmmer.Younp Miami. Rent low by year. Eva:I ria. type with metal roofs. Will

t1 Marjory Sullivan.Dr. W. a Bird and Mrs. P. B. Collins, Federal Highway and accomodate 100 hens each.

Lloyd Shanklin gave Sr. drive. 1 V-K ELECTRIC PUMP
s to Send Biscayne In good
on civic Improvement present were: the Rev. ; People \ condition.Mrs. .
\ A. Buchanan, the president B. Sackett H. L. Cook. Ceo. Delegates to Tampa HOUSE IN FLORIDA CITY for Alice Simmons, R F. D Box

sided Albert Caves Lee rent by year. Furnished or un I 505, corner Silver Palm Dr. and

. Present besides those J. D. Redd Edw. Stil- The Rev. E. L. Nelson Miss II furnished. Inquire Leader Enterprtae. Richard Rd. Onll)

were: Mr*.:'Augustus A. R. Livingston and George Eleanor Holferty and Joe Hick- |

'VT. B.' Caves S. son will represent the Homestead i EASTER LILIES 5c a blONOID.I .
r Mr*: R. a. :e/Mn. ----- j Presbyterian Church at the youn.people' I FOR RENT Nice cool furnished j Mrs. W. D. Coker, N. W. Krome

'KuTeldL-Mri.'X.'D. Perkins PARTY IS GIVEN conference to be held In apartment Private bath,I,

. 1 -Herbert"Turner Mrs. ELIZABETH WALKER Temple Terrace In Tampa June 13- reasonable. Ask at Western FOR SALE: Tropical plants cltrus -

dy.' Mrs. Francis Walkergave a slumber'124. I Union. (m26U) i| trees and tropical fruit In

.U; B.-Danzey,,Mrs. Harold Tuesday evening in honor of: Miss Betty Blake and E. J. Graham season. Jungle Grove Redlan4

s ', 'Mr Wm.. M. Johns, Mrs. : cousin, Elizabeth Walker Of will represent the church at FOR SALE { road and Plummrr drive.

ee .Blni.'DrV Irene Shanklln, Gables, who arrived Thurs the senior conference In the same : _

Alice, and Grace Hobson, last week for a ten-day visit church June 24-July 1. I 4-ROOM HOUSE and lot, out of I FOR SALE Pullets ready to la,..

R Peari-WhiUker, Miss Mary II home of her uncle and aunt, Many of tiie young people of' town. $500.00 cash. H. A. Cam- Also broiler batteries Shanklli

t tey, -and Miss :Ellen Huff. ,Rev. and Mrs. C. N. Walker, the church air epected to attend: eron Unit tf) ; Grove; (pa23)

---- on the lawri was followed the meeting Of the southeast sec 1
t Wednesday morning the tion'of St'John's Presbytery, the I' ACRES avocados and S acresscarified I fOR SALE-Ripe orange, tAn-
I I $200000 No
f I I visited the Leedskalnln rock section from West him Beach I gerlnes, grapefruit, fryers, II'Dr. \
MEET IN OCTOBER I buildings. This la simply a giftH. mil.
Grove 4
and the Walker south I which meets at the Tropics,
The :'Woman's Auxiliary grove. I A. Cameron. (Jnll Uj)
enjoying thhe slumber s netf hotel In Miami Beach, from: I| west of Florida City. o30-U)
loh".' Episcopal Church: I
-chi, decided to hold DO more I were: June and Doris Che.- July 2 till July I.NATURQL. 8-ROOM tram house, new shingle :| R. I. RED rR\tRS-Uve: or dres*.
I ings until October. The '' Wynell and Geraldine She I roof ill city Improvements; Vt ed. Free delivery In city. Phone

t at the home of Mr. and Elizabeth Walker and Carol I acre ground 38 bearing ..voI I! H5-M. McEwen Poultry Plant

.. N. WaI field; Mrs. J. E. GAS Miscellaneous I \
rocks whites
FRYERS Reds or
Walker I ;
4 presided, .hfl'the Re*. Mllt Elizabeth goes ,
'Sackett conducted -. I on Sunday she will be ac. Can sell on terms $700 cash, bal. i i alive or dressed. T. B. Grantham

' Bahdwlcheti and punch by Carol who will IN CITY OK COUNTRY i iI 1 ance' $30 per month. This la out I Homestead Fla. (Je4 It)

.rt 'served taring the social ten 'days In Coral Cables.in.in : Virgil D. Lyon Homestead i of the city. An excellent pur
I '
JI -Mrs." Wake-field.;' i 10 I I chase. H. A. Cameron. Unit If) I MISCELLANEOUS t,

Present were: Mr. and Sacred Heart Club met Wed I I If1II 10 ACRES fine fruit land on oiled j!'REE If excess acid causes you
afternoon In Its clubhouse.
Sackett. Mrs. Ruth Scott.
road located close
; nicely to I stomach ulcers gas pains, Inrtigetion -
Caiuens, Mrs. Baker Frank Panno was hoste rue rmii'ir COURT or THIElKVRNTH neighbors. I] nice coconut palms. heartburn belchh"bloat'n.
Frank Hausnun, Mrs..J. A.. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN I
Has been partly in grove $4S ., nausea get free sample
M. rNANrEar.MATTIK per acre cash. doctors ifwrlptton Ud*.. at ,
tielde. drs. C. P. Jackson MARIK TARBROUOH .10''.. .... Dixie Drug. (pm7-iy23) .J
tiff VL M. r. VARBROUCIH. Dof-nas1.I I
Maryyit, ,!kaon; and the DIVORCE 20 ACRES, of which 3 acres are

I GAS ORDER rOR PUBLICATION glade, balance pine land. About I PIANO TUNING onto "'..lrln.l ,1

AD''A8TRA WILL HOLD TO M.' r.. IARBOU (RwMcMtnknowm I 27S neglected trees-grapefruit, Good used pla.ro for .... ct'eltp. 1\\

,;BIASING MEETING JUNE: I You ... Wt.fcT nqulM to apvMt to MM oranges and tanerlnea-e.n be I W.E.KoonIISN.W,71dSt.
Bill of Oomplalil for tlnnt filed inlimm .
the Btembe/f of AS Astra ANY TIME reclaimed. $1,150. Can make
In the above styles saw on the ltd I
-tei of the O. E.l ; S. voted day at J.... A. D. 1N7, MlMnrlM. UMllenlloM tome terms. / WANTED I
D. Lyon, Homestead at MM Bill will IK (.h. w I
nlgtit to disband for the I _(_ b,. ,.... !Phone 72 IL A. CAMERON
enotiths'tftAtheir next l This Order u be published In the Lod. WANTED Fear girls ef high

lonUunn IS. Their first ) r-RntorprlM at .Homestead. rta. any (nr 10 ACRES pine land 860 feet frontage I ached. age to fold lime eartona e

inert, fall will be on Oct 1.ALbazaar I O. Sally Post No. 41 eu.eerptlw Dated April sob IS A. D. lea,. I on south side Epmore drive Apply Immediately to Parmaa

was planned LEGION t B.: ItATHXIMAN.. I I IClint adjoining Seaboard railway; $50 I Lehman Packing Ce., S. Ft ,l...
of the Circuit Osaet.my I
3io& ber meeting. I ant and third Wednesday r i, GOULD tloputy Clerk i per acre. H. A. Cameron, Homestead I Are. Homestead (Jnll)

Those present were: Mr. CARR CARR Phone 72. jn 4
i. m.. American Legion Bide.
Solkllon for WANTED TO BUY Mangor. all
tklri&K 'R, Livingston, Mrs. j post office) South Krome Plaintiff.lM.r ?. 14, tl. II).I FOR SALE Modern '- it.I! kinds of tropical fruits and pro.
HaftS? Mrs. Marion Matbon. I' T..III!
Ilemeatead Fla.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or house In desirable i duet sugar cane S. ROM n. 7

't'b. & Meybem, .Mrs.: Harold =-- AND ELKS! tNTH FOR DADS ji niriAL COUNTY; CIRCUIT, FLORIDA_ IN section of Homestead; nice lawn E. 135th street, New York City. I Ip

I f ; ... LEGAL NOTICESI No. 49146.MARSHALL. with fruit trees. Phone 828-M ( )v 2) ,
SMITH, Plaintiff' ... ALICE
or write P. O. Box 463 Homestead
I WANT TO RENT turn hed
I \I !*% NOTICE POll PUBLICATION Fla. (m4tf)
TO AlllE BtinHl IRBSIBPNCR UN. house by year. Inquire at l.t iderEnterprlse 1
I I ).. Ik humbly site, that ttw Mlonrln dwelled lanitk, or W rift Owlva( So KNOWN, office .
Vlll Y nontaurr to par the amonnl ate far NARANJA DkAlNAOl DISTRICT tm You ... hereby roqulrod U aepoar to the NICE MODERN HOME, two bedrooms _
! tat DM yeas 1..8...._. wt ot>pott* M tile "'>nw, together wttti raM of rtrt Ml. and Bill ., Complaint for dlvore filed against bath and sleeping porch.
advMThln. Vlll. k* MM at .ubltf a..*h.i .. Monday law Ilk dar if luI,. A. D. trial, you In tko above styled .*_ on tko Ml
at till hour of It ,'.lark noon at the north door of tile Dad County Court House, In ft. dar mt July A otho win tko a),I Faces east, nice roomy screened-'
City X Miami Suit of Florida. oration of mid ;ild'iIhr k* town .. torn- in front porch with furniture and NEWT BALL
n.rNptt.s 1*** **. 0. III... toto Tax twn.d ,....
MIAMI LAND DEVBIXJPMENT: CoT THIS ORDER to k* published In tk.HonMtMd. ., garage $2,500. Cash or term ; Notary Pnblk
A Sale Plat Book S. Pan It 11 IT IILota I L..d-rEnt.rar/r. .f : Fact.Ada. .0,000 / I '
41 to It Btork' t II P. M Roadman I it.to for feat don..eelIs* -. I FIRE INSURANCE: AND
fisT'of VlOii of SWM\ I IT to 10 Mlle O. sod N.lll. 1. CWfrln '1.": DATED. Mar M. A. D. 1"'. SIX ROOM HOUSE three bed I KINDRED: LINES
f.tot.1';<4 S IT 4t 4fl O*. L. Prl..t It 41PraHlmMl B LRATHKKMAN. ClnkD I, rooms and bath. Nice large
MEH ... II It M t gentle Dad Fan.. ln.. 4.tl Iht Clmtt. Co ... r IS X. Krome Ave.
MIAMI LAND DEVELOPMENT CO. BF 1l. SWIFT resat Clark rooms. Faces south on prominent,
Sakdlriolo Plat lead I, Pan It tl IT 41LcU.U /cL Ce" hl street Extra large, roomy screen I i-
M IS, Blank S .... lOf... S. Edwards 1141 CARR. CARMSolklton iI '
l".nd) HAYES WOOD. lot Ptal.llff. I ed-In porch. 81,800-cash., I I LEGAL NOTICE
r Bur and Co*"U* Tax CollMtor |M.,, SS. Ja.. e. u. u. '1) ....., ..-,
HUB* 4. II, II, Sit J.lr t). Dad Onntr Miami. FIe.I TAil s.e' NOTH OP APPLICATION POR TAI
(Banal* Bill N. IM I File Ma. IMt
L.... to he.ibil given that till fuller./ns ........w I...... or as .arts shard II lost MORRIS north of ten-cent store, NOTICE W HFREBT: GIVEN IM
r nor the ..asst duo for GOULDS DRAINAGE DISTRICT NOTICE II HEREBY GIVEN that on Krome avenue Phone No. M. Prartim H. L... ..-... of BUI and Conn.t .
::7..1. beads wt apes/e r the sae, together wlt5 east d marls Ie"sad tnrllla H...... wider. of err and. Coop I Tl Ortlflrolo M*. IMt laud the ilk E
,,..... will a*'**M M pukll musk on iii.......,.. till Ilk dar of July A. D. IM1. Tan Orttfleato II.. Bills Lund the lid 100 day of AmjMi, A. D. ItM. nat fllMl MBMH
..... ., II **look noon, .t In* nab door of the Dad Coaxial) Court Moaaa, In tk* dar of Aonot A. D. 1MI. kM filed MOM JUST RECEIVED over squaresgood air ..,.... and ban made Application
Mbmf. SUMOtFlorMa. In mr .,flew, and bell;nwdo arvHMtloo I interlock shingles, Bargain.Buy fur n tu dad to W famed Ikoroon BaldOrtirioiM
.otrlotloa, wm > dMwlkod >
_MU GARDENa Ban, : ..bens a. following dos rlb.l, nmaorlr M tow Caanty .f ftada l
Ild.t-? W.. raw tl M M M N ra.rtv In UM Cavntr of Dad, alone'! .Ula of Florida boson.
nlort a,-.. PI<*-M* B. Roll arly I 141 of Cloths., tM I, a Home s% of SKI, ml SEU and. MfU ot ns
Stark I Piss a Holfortr ... Lot I*. Block 11. Bean BonirHloi I d 9614 tad of :,
.. slash I c... Customs Orov. Plot Book .. nan Buy Grove Land at% Galas It'r. T'\ N a.als,
.IT: I, Nark I M, In UM Carts: of Dndo. SUM of I IFlorida. Raan M F-. I. the County o* ......,
T, aMrb.4 Glade Land r SUM at Florida.TW .
T. Blank S The m.mel .t sow n.p.rty nada' Buy ns..s.wt of MM aro*<*1> end**
All oT Tract'I"PB ll-l: nornm R. H. '....* 1141Lota. two MM :MrtUkaM famed WM to UM now I Iof MM MM MnWbaM food M m pre iinnai
.* to S. Block ... .. O. J. OrrMonHor Btk. IM Unroll Alton.DahM It U my firm belief thai high- 'mil J. II. SniM4.UnbM .
N SM fort of Do*. ..* t- II.. 4* It W. J. \k*. *4 an-... 11U ., MM MttttlnM ....n be I er price are imminent MM Mrtlflrnto ....11 W ........
II* f.ra of SV, of Will nf MEU: t< K 4t I W. I. V...... ot.. I.Mof OIl _". to Inns tka prnnrlr i iod d-.eIb. I OIl noMrdfnv to .... IK* promote dvocrlkd -
to W% of NW 4 M M *. ft A. M. WlUrtl*... .. I* tlHi tkorrin will no add to Lies, klrkoot kiddor Don't nJbole. at**! price. IkoHta vlll k* ..M to taw highest *M4**
( U rH4 of E". af W",", WNWU n M 40 I. A. M. Coal _._ I." at till Cows-bnr dmr mm tk* '... at tow Caurt-koaM door M the flrM M<.. e
:' *< NHf |. '"7. ......1. Deaf wait day to the aiantk of Ju... IMt _kk-k b +
: : ME"*. li the Ilk. dar of July, IMTDatod Bay BW. UM Ilk dar of 1.1,. IM1Dated 1
.. .f1NS84of '11:'ofH" and ..,..,111 Uila Ruth dar of Map IMt. !; this Ittk dor of Mir, I Ml
'4 of MH of SEU of NEti II.. IS II A. M. .n.... t B. LEATHERMAM.Dad < YsnTI thank me for this ntgeslk B. .. UATM&RMAN.Clrrk .
Kmt NEVt n M M It A. M. Wlllma I ft c-t few Moths beeee.H I of ClrrraH Canrt:
!. .( MII4.i 1..EJ: .'16 It St 4* S UrM T. OMI. 9.1 Dad f.wa7: HorM* I .... County. ,........
ianod) HAYM WOOl I Cheek Cam slat A. Cameron : bask tam sarit
Slot and O...t Tai Callortor ih/ r. tTCRnrrr, n. I pyN.C.KSRRSrr.n.o. '
jJ'tna-'j 4 p-...ZAlle 51 Dads 4 Mr, Miami Pan j 'I|May 93. Jyae a elf, -'',vip sr, ; ; L.g' riy'


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Wage Efrtit( THE LFADER-ENTERPRISE .. Friday, June 11,1937
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HOMES1EAD 20 Years Ago Bulk Del Monte

(Continued From Fag rive) mllffilnnmmllmUlllllnllummlnun. CoffeeVacuum

Sadie PrInce,who bat been visiting .....f..ft hr..x like,. .......IIoe_ .a..ae.a.wr..t. Sugar
in Homestead, left Monday :
g at.,4 int.M4
to Sadie' horn In Ralfordi : Y W 66.14 =. af..... Pack
owe" If. tai .iii Me
they; will visit her parent Mr. and -...04. 51bs
Mr*. B. C. Prino
-- -"MarioJaeobten who Joined r IK
Miss ballOt Haggard left for 6CJi1e19rdE'tltiitFl
the aviation trine
corps some ago
Now York Monday.
1 11 now In New York City but expend 25c 27c
Mr*. L, L Penny; of to be sent to Houston,f'exa*, FRIDAY & SATURDAY CASH SPECIALS
underwent a major .
the Fort Graduate hospital Parrln'l inertly.
day. -"A 13 crowd of young men and NEW WHITE COBBLER

.._...... _...__..__. ,women took advantage of the .'
FLORIDA CITYMr. Thursday half holiday last week Irish Potatoes 10 Ibs.LIliUY'S Z7c

and went on picnic to Miami

and 'trs. Charles Clinton; Beich. They lett in ear Id the aftenwoo .
and daughter, liana, tncf MrClinton' .
bad a picnic at the
mother, Mr Lucy Clin-
ton, will Move this week from "beach went swimming and Fume MILK 3 Baby Cans lOc
their apartments on Film avenue back to Miami In time to take in,

to their eottal or Broadway.Roy the movie Those in the party i

Chandler;I i to charge of the were: Mine Leona and Olga Jacobwn -I bag................................... 27c
Florida Power and light office Lola and Ethel Nixon, Ida I

while John Graves 1* on his vacation. SeUert, Charlotte Collins, FLOUR5lb.( bug .....-.-........................ 52c
MM Bow, Ben Morris,

Campbell Pyle. Me"'l .bag .............................:......Vie
Th WontM'i Foreign Missionary nlu, and Mr James '
Society of the Community chaperane."

Church: held id June meeting ..I'M"Bow went U Miami Thursday -I Del Monte OUR TREAT! Phillips
Wednesday afternoon at the home of this week to take the exam- Early Garden Pork and Beans
.f Mr*.Wm. Maeomber en Seventh inttlon .
for the engineer corps. PEAS FREE CHOCOLATE
JtreeWra. Macomber
was -assisted -+'S C. Jacobien nd family 16 oz. cans2fori.13c
by Wri. Boyd Cohernour.
pect to move to Miami next No.2 .19c
"' can _.
Latfl.l or week after This' be
The Aid of the Community family will i' with Irradiated Carnation
greatly mined hi the I
Church win sponsor a ben.fltlith community '
fry In fM Sunday school annex Th Mine Jacobnen are active Del Monte Milk. Folio the AH Good

Friday evening at 6:30. Mrs. worker hi the Baptist Church and<< CORN21g.cans..27c crowd to Franklin's Grocery PEACHESNo.
their' lot will be especially
Jo ox Mr*. H. Miner, Mrs.
Edward Bishop and Mr*. Tom Co III church cjrclea." lot a FREE SAMPLE 2 z .1Sc '
hernour are tilt committee lit -"Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Akury .
chart Ifllllllly' have gone on an .
Green Giant '
Del Monte
:trip to the Carolina
Mr*. Vary tk. Fry left Monday I
-"loin. Ceo Reynolds and Mr r PEAS z PRUNES2'lb.pkg.18c
on a trip through the w.lt.matiltH. ;
Erie Stirrup were the joint hoetesaes
She 1* accompanied by
of the Ladle Aid of the M. E.: 2 cans 35c '
Mr*. Mabt Walkup who I* going "Qtiiltta"s :
Church at the home of Mr, Reynolds -
to Indiana to spend the summer now 3.
last Thunday'afternoon. The
with relative still
meeting was a profitable one the get
Mr. and Mn. J. H. Simmons left Met: business being the arrangement PRODUCELarge Jait.ararga MEAT DEFT.

Wednesday for Petersburg, W. Va., of the calendar for the year's 1 CaMi1k
accompanied by Mr E: J. Rhode i work The hostesses served .
.uk hn
who Win spend the tummeY with sandwiches, Iced tea and wafer to''I FirmLETTUCE .This.1...pew.. te betas.walas, th Pion.. COUNTRY ROLLBUTTER
her ion and daughter-in-law. Mr. the following ladies: Mesdames D. "Q.iste"to atW4Va be anbrtLirbosd.

and I'dra. Will Rhode, te Dover DeVil H, H. Iwtn,. :T. A. Collins, .oar chddm. Give Irt Ommto wtcbwl vtuj a
:Del. J. H. Killinger Avry I. R. Matthews 2 heads 15c iwiuMVUuun3for21c
E. A. Ennii, Smith O. L., .u .,37c
Karl Rohrtr Tuesday for howalter, T. L. Grave and Miss
: South Miami where he bat obtained Katherine Ewing" Fresh Tender C.4e Fresh killed
I ..
employment with the Fuch
; Baking Co. -"At a special meeting af the String Beans Local Fryerslb.
board of education held Tuesday

Mr. and Mr*. Harrison Murphyand afternoon in the office of R. E.: 2 Ibs. for. 19c SUPERSUDS lb. ._.. .,; SSe
ion, Roland of South Miami laU, superintendent of education, Large red pk. ...... 19c r rata
were week-end guests of Mr*. the bond bid fC a $13,000 Uu LIME WEEK '
Blanch CII'pna1Mra.. Mary for Biscayne district and a $10,000 Large blue pk. ...... 19c CalfBRAINS'
Johnson returned to South :Miami! r nu* for Homestead district were SPECIALPersian 2 small pkgs..19cOCTAGON ,

\ o with them to resume her duties at i opened and the bond awarded: to Limes -
th Fueha Baking Co.office. John Nurveefl A Company of

;I *Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schroeder/I Chicago Biscayne, who bond bid and 1S,341 Well, Roth for the>: per doZe 18c Cleanser-._........,.... 5c lb. .... ..... 15c

t of Dyer, Ind., arrived Saturdayfor I C Company of Cincinnati, who purchased OCTAGON SOAP Round
I a visit with Mr. and Mrs Fritz the Homestead bond for Large Crisp
: Schreeder.Mr [I,U0.2S6. CELERYstalk 3 \g. cakes ............ lie STEAK

.L R kiln left Friday fortafayetM 14c Certified Dill lb. .. ;.,- 25c
Mist to Join Mr. Beck IUVELElectrolux ... .
'1'. She wu accompanied by Miss PICKLESqt. Western Beef
t' Alone Ver e., Richard :Matuxm Firm TenderCABBAGE
and Howard Thompson. ____. _. ._ 18c Chuck Roast .

Mr*. Herman Thompson will return Del Monte FloridaGrapefrultJuice lb. 23c
lb. 4cAPPLES ._ _..
Friday bow the Kendall hospital ___ _n. ..
j where in*' underwent an The SeMI Electrolux HefrlgeratoC -
Rib or Brisket
operation recently.J. U perfect refrigeration
""' '
A. Severy 1* spending several without machinery. Nothing STEWRindless
day this week: in Miami with hit to wear out and nothing to 46 oz.can 25t

ton and daugnter-in-law, Mr. and break down. Not a tingle moving 3 Ibs. . 23c 2lbs. ,,. ::29t
Mrs. E.: W. Severy. Sunbeam

partNo Golden RipeBananas Grape Juice slicedBACON' '

FOX BALI matter If you live in the '.

I I T.MOl-Oil UJ1UOItIlATOa city or In the country the Elec quart __ 35c

\ IS MONTHS! OLD-CHKAr trolux U the modem refrigerator 3 Ibs 13c lb. 35 i
._ __ __ __,., <
t."- CaOatELEcnourx for your hot*. Think of it Heinz Strained

; 1 snow ROOM For a few cent a day you have New Crop Baby Foods Swif Ca Boneless

perfect refrigeration the year
YAMS Peanut Rollsperlb..35c
j, round. :3 cans ._ 25c

I ,Nothing can top the Elec 5 Ibs. .. .. 14c
' DR.R.&AKERSDENTIST Jersey Tomato
. trolux. When the power la off
Extra Large Fresh CATSUP Wisconsin .
i you till have refrigeration .
when you own aU Electrdlu: PINEAPPLESeach 14 **, Bottle Cheese

f Offfo Bwsnu t.. to (.. '
Ok a* 2 for 25c
l. .....,..toClow U see M .. .**nt.uat MS H. r.___ 15c lb. ... ....___ 24c

.tar ay* Southern Lady
Know avg. FreshCauliflewer Smoked
JVe Parking Space RELISH or SALAD
Haflllltc kslb.
17M lib, W. of all IT. KIAMI J. W. MAGINNIS

twos. "tIU i Representative lie ... ..4. IOC qt. r.. .rill..25c ......_.r.I8c

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