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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 18, 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: UF00087294:00128
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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P.O. SHORTAGE ftoestline Goes to Lake Wales Church 1

,Iii After Years of Community Service I FINISH COAT ON NEW\ FLOOR



IK GOOD BY I The Rev A. A. XoojrtUoe, accompanied Smith, late of the Ley Memorial
COMPLETEDLASTNIGHT.il
by Mr Koesttine and Church of Key West, will suoeeed I
their two children. Wanetta and Mr. Cowan in the Silver Palm and
Alene, left last night for Lake Princeton pastorate I
G. SONNICHS1 Wales where he will enter upon Immediately after his appoint- DAYS FROM START OF WORK
I the pastorate of the Lake Wales ment Mr. Koestline was advisedby
M E. Church. South to which,he the Lake Wale church that be
was appointed; Monday at the concluding would have charge of the Bok -
Drew on Salary as Soon as session of the Florida Easter it 1939
Tower program ) WEATBEn
THE Pouring of Concrete Be
" r* "Emergency Three Day" i Southern Methodist + nferenca at Mr. Koestline has been pastor of OffkMDataM ha warn at en .......... Just One Week
St Petersburg. He Will be succeeded gun
" r f. Loan Found Out I the Homestead Methodist Church rXviethe n wti ee 8.a..4
the Rev. J. J. Richards -
here by
-XI Ago Today
since December, 1931. He was
transferred from Arcadia.Mr. ax,Ml | Bw I Bai
f ARREST JUDE TWO ,Richards is 4S years old; and returned tare last year despite the June 11 i I 89 70 3014! COUNClL-roTAPPOINT
fact he had already been permitted June U I SO I 80 30101
1 WEEKS AFTERWARD has a wife and three daughters.The .
( Rev K. O Cowan, pastor to remain one :year more than the June 13 I 190 I 88 1 MANAGER MONPAY

[' $85 Held Out May 28, Not: of the Silver Palm and Princeton customary 1936 conference four-year was swamped period. with The June June H n I:I 169 197 :|169 I 46 :3007 w.OSrSun : 71 I -
Methodist Churches, his been appointed
"Over Tame*' ; letters, telegram and personal request Needed to Direct Cleaning
Period
4 I pf to the Floral )park and 18 .. I It I 71 13006 11)
SaysCkrk Seller Memorial Churches In Miami from civic dubs and publicspirited' June 17 .. 1 187 I 71 30.081! of Tank ,an citizens of the Red M
and left yesterday to take up of Gala Opening
&;;;;; District asking that he be allowed ,
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George X bJen. classification his new duties The Kt. M L. -
to return and carry out the various ORANGE FORD AT
clerk la Homestead post- 1
phases of community work he had Finishing touches office who i* being held out of woo k on tforne .d swimmingpool
engaged In. thy ;
service under $500 bond on charge FORMER HEAD OF This year, however, community LOCAL DEALER'SFOR were completed yesterday:
,Of diverting government fund to leader and friends of the Methodist afternoon by Contractor W J.
his own use, seemed confident LOCAL BANK DIESAT pastor felt that it would not USE OF LIONS Clark
yesterday that he would be clearedon be fair to the conference or to Mr. The pouring of the seal wets or
the embezzlement count when Koeitline to bring undue pressureto rough concrete, was completed last
him case la tried at the next term MIAMI BEACH"In bear again to have custom set j I Saturday aight. note than 12
Of rdera,)tourttn I aside: Ao orange colored Ford V-, with hours ahead of schedule Pouring
.' an interview with m Lea er- Mr. Koestline organized the the purple insignia of Lion International was started last Friday mornIng -
Enterprise representative' SonnichtJlatly the death of Philip Libermanib.8edlaod..Xlatti4.haa Homestead, .troop of Boy Scouts In and (he name Redland at the shallow end of
'.'. t... ? ed.lltR., htei..oneof MM hjfJMVend-w sitfcSwwimuter '. Petaledd QaJ u Aue.itnd Mte.eectlsup'.. bat ref leered. and
i i ...)-PaPer & M ilet la'veal and most Influential until about a month ago Via want F16nda M M std under ttHHUreettoti' of Mr. ('hrksn .
age hit afeclounts was l "1TW culmlnation friend* commented Max Ix>ener. when he asked A. O. Cau*_jtk. and top 1 I. parked In the garageof expert *t \\<'rklng with cementIn
of a series of C. O. D. department store owner and glow over the office. He ha* been Redland Motors Inc local water, the p,,uring continuedday
shortages.' He freely admitted, associate of Mr. Llberman former president of the Redland District 1 Ford dealer ready for the trip and night until the 40x8) foot
however.. Shat0 bad "be owed" preside of the First National Ministerial Association for the which delegates of the Dedtend section .".ad I 11 \ filled in
thy' turn of $froth the C. O. D: Bunk of Homestead who died in past five years. Under his leadership District Lions Club will rake to The laviiK I f the finish ( "o ''II
package drawer <

foijr heed for cash! on May 28 operatic last Saturday night machine referendum movement I in Chicago July 20-23. day morning All that remain' to
tfcten&M to replace tbe money Mr Losner and Howard E. which later became state-wide and The ear was wed to help transport do now is to haul out the surplus
tea :&Jt later when his *emitaVfcthly Schwtt directors of thtOocal banking resulted ia more than 50 counties delegates of the RedJand District rock sad sand clear out the
salary became due. Institution. were among the voting to ban slot machines In the I dub to the state convention emptied cement begs and other
"T have ,never had to do that honorary.paUbealWl at the funeral general election last November at West Palm Beach Sunday. Mon trash and move the machinery out
before and"thought I could get by' services which were> conducted in Mr. Koestline always felt that day and Tuesday ofhI.. week A manager for the pool mill be
with the 'loan' for I couple of Miami Beach by Ocean View the community was his f arich. and Those attending were: T. 6.i appointed by the city council at its
days," Sonnkhsen claimed. "But, Lodge, F. & A. M., and from the worked; hand In band with other Kirby, W O Telbott, W H Owens! meeting Monday night aa that he
in tile meantime the portal inspectors Beth David Synagogue by Rabbi: ministers of the district to promotethe Tom Torbert, Lawrence Pope, win be able to supervise the clean
and auditor came In and Abraham Kellner and Dr. Jacob moral Improvement of condi George Cooper, E. H. Galloher, Ing out, washing and scrubbing
made a complete check of the office ., Kaplaa The body was sent to tions. At his suggestion the ministerial Harley R. Core, Mr and Mrs. C. down of the pool, and other preparations R
.. the former home of Mr. Liberman; S. and Mr. and Mrs. W. I
finding me short $83.7$ In Ca association sponsored a Allen for having It ready fore
D money on which 1 was withholding MI New York City for burial, character education program In risk Willard B. Conklln was reelected gala opening on the Fourth of
the tap -temporarily" Mr. Llberman was first attractedto the local schools which ha been In district governor and July Several applkjrtiona for
"Within a few minute* after 1 the Redland District by. his force for several year He did not Earl Mlddleton Miami Lion who the Job have bee filed one of
had. been Confronted With the friend Mr Loaner, who persayded neglect his church, however Since la a frequent visitor to the Red- them by Theo H. Dialer athletic i
shortage I had restored the money the well-known banker to purchase (Continued On Page Tour) (Continued On Page Four) coach of the Homestead schools,
by caching an order with Post several Jtiecea of valuable who managed the pool during the }
master Livingston for the amountof property In Homestead. The need last year that the pool was 'In
of sound bank la this Homestead Girl Scouts Have Happy
my alary check. This l 111 occasionally a city was operation. The cleanliness and
permissible in the eventof soon realized by Mr. Llberman highly unitary condition of the
an emergency, and I filled In who was then and at the time cf Week of Camp Life on Key Biscaynetruckload pool together with the comprehensic -
his death president of the Mercan.tile .
and signed a Special government program of water sport
(Continued Page Eight) National Bank of Miami Beach., By Margaret Lawrence and Grace of furniture and groceries and swimming and life-saving Instruction
A aerie of conferences with local Gray drove up. This had to be carried out during his 1
County School Board business interest followed this If On Friday June 4, 1937 Girl taken aboard. and our luggage had management attracted much favorable t
realization and ended in the establishment Scout Troop 13 of Homestead to be fixed three deep comment from parent t '
Approves Rehwlnkle ) of the First National met at the home of the troop W* were eating our lunch when The executive council: of the
Bank of Homestead, of which Mr. leader Mr Frank Skill Everyone an old boat called the Robert attracted general Swimming pool committee
The Dade County board of public Liberman became the first president wa supposed to get then by our attention and w. all composed of Frank Rue, Chas
Instruction at a meeting laat Fri- in November, 1932. Two I 12 o'clock but Mr. F. B. Lucas became interested. Some one Gives and Ben Archer will louse 1
day acted favorably on the recommendation year later he sold his Intereststo 1 had to stay at school until that said that an old lady lived thai, a financial statement a* soon a*
of the local school trustees A. A. Payne, formerly of Panama time and wa late. The Skill and true to (bat person's word all cost expenditures have been ;
and appointed Jennings Reh City who succeeded: Mr. Liber. truck arrived at 12:30 and all of I when we were leaving she cam on checked. ,
winkle of Sarasota principal of the man as chief executive of the bank us made grand rush for It In orderto deck and waved to us coving the }
Homestead Florida City school and adopted the Redland District get good seats, Jerry lost her sun mystery even If w* still 4ont
20 Bushel
Mr Rehwlnkto baa been officially as his permanent home bat and so sbe decided to go to" know much about it 1 Hadens Get '
notified of his appointment by Mr. Ceronlmo said that the priceof sleep. After we ate w* watched the $8.33; a Dos at paranja I
both the trustee and the county tags for two wheeled trailer When we reached South Miami helpers who were dressed In white i -
superintendent's office weighing SOO pound or less Is how Jerry, Mrs. Skill, Mrs., Lucas and coveralls with Key Biscayne frit-i While not actually worth their C
$150 plus fees Instead of $5.lIate. Elizabeth got off to buy bread. Wean ten on their back tn green. W* weight in gold Haden

JCUT CARTER TO SPEAK. AT YearTa s sale rushed for Jerry and ElIza- I then beard a chugging of the motor 1 I rat close to the top a* a Df"j j
TQWNSEND MELTING on beth' seat because they were toft and v* were turning around. crop" for those fortunate
Jerry !Carter, former auto hotel. At Legion Office Today When they came back We made I Everyone' Wit looking through I grower of the !Redland District
eoromkdootr and Candidate for them sit on the harder seat W* different colored glasses to see bow I who happen to possess even a
the DemocratlomatiOft for 1 1f-1ear auto license tag will I thought they would make us get pretty the churning water looked.: small supply this season Dr. ,
governor last year, will speak at to tod Ml* her today Win. JGeronimo off and sit where we were before. I Going through the channel we.' Jotui.B. Tower reported the sale \ \
the meeting of the Homestead manager of the Asnefeftn *- When,we reached the dock the :had to pass under three big bridges Monday at 29 bushel crt this luscious .'
Townsend Club 4e lie held jto the: Legion Auto Title Service, X A-jKerop "was waiting'with anew ,which dev our attention W* loft fruit at II9S a box. fob.the
Neva King Cooper School auditorium announced The price win *e coat of white and< green paint.j i the dock at 2:30: and got to Kay I, Naranjs packing plant Of the Florida )
at I p. m. Sunday< to an announcement made by Tom I except that no auto tag will be. issued luuage aboard and made ourselves :saw beautiful estates and the air I II Growers Association, which negotiated )
Wyaooc aecretary .f 4h* club. I for lag than $5 i comfortable. In a few minute a I (Continued On Page Four) the sale. ,

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e Two THE LEADEn F.NTERPRl Friday, June 18,1937
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j ---I Sister of II. G. Thurman BATTING AVERAGES 'Ijr weapon without license from'He and Mrs. Pray are old friends

I the county eommisaloners of Mr and Mrs Scherr mid vlsl1e4
I Ores at Home in Mauk Ga.
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DIAMOND BALL The Birtet ww made by Game with them here on two .stpantttaxation

Butoker .ftA1mkr., l Wjadtogthe Warden W. fi. Flowery who were 1 prior to purchasing the
0-ft a.f'r" I Mra. i WV Montgomery, 41, dater Homestead dlamiM tNdJeague Checking the woman' catch ef fish atM*.. n wee during their first

A diamond ball team-compoted of J{ 0. Thurman and Mrs. by and game margin ever Bur- on the Florida City canal, end visit here last fall that negotiations

of picked players in the local I Bruce Ennlt of Homestead, died I ton' Department Store Each of found a pistol in a tack on her for the tale were begun

league easily defeated the Wood- early Wednesday morning her the lour teamavto the league hat truck. Mr. and Mr Pray ar*-staying at
home In Mauk. Ca. :
awn of the World team from MiAmi I two hitter in the JM per cent Possession of a repeating rifle the Scherr home on West King*
Mr. Thurmaa and Mrs. Ennlt: .
tiT veer MS la t oar the i claw.LW Younsjel Mont baa a of IIlft wlOiounicenae e U a felony' Highway until quarter adjoiningtheir
went to Mauk when Informed
Saturday
total field bat; night :1 wide margin eve Cave of theMen's under the Ttorld statutes, but store have been prepared
condition
their Water
Shop tea who is second.Young .:
does not apply to tingle hot firearm : tor them
critical but Mr. Thurmaa left forborne it batting .Sty sad c*.* .
.. ... : at home tOfIpI'
whoa r tow ob r M or weapon kept Mr. and Mn. Scherr will devott .
...... ..... t .. n..n6 II 6. I 4n.wlm Tuesday when M apparent JM. '. < 1 &ecCiod. ?,Xendrkk said.s. I
lbt.. .. -- e 1 a improvement act in. When he averages, to date are' Judge their time entirely to their Parrot
r. 4 l t....... b I IRbu.ea. Batting Miami
: Jungle bear South "which
.. .. N7h..w .f a SD reached here a telegram awaited Ti w. |..* .'... kXABmtat ...1 '
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warrew at e 1 ar.bal of t I 1aa.bss advising him that Mr*. Montgomery ._ -T"'a ..MS l ..ltJU. Merit. Contest Under i iI' It fast becoming one of the moat
.n. MN.e w t I .-." 'SIT visited of interest In
was dead. == : : 1 :Among Scouts places the
pow of_ 1 .''no- .r t t 1c. ..:.. :.a..pa Way ]
.... 0 M._ la t e2M. Mr. Xnnla went to Mauk and 1 _', ..... I .... county. They will continue to
.... .f t 1 Ie- a._ A L ..aa. brought Mrs. Ennla back to Home- -'-" .In4. live in Homestead.
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a a l t '' 1. 'I j 11.01411 1---1
A.wsr.711 'Ibo... ._ .. t 1 1 stood Friday.Chapter 51.5. ._.... u ._ II 4 .141
Jones FL1 .c.......... rfK I ...Do.... u a Is ,I
_. : rc Tuesday
-' Eo a.lta It 1 J1aN. :
e tl M if Gets Loving; Cup 1_ ., If' ..litM evening following a swim and a'I
I .. .. SERVELElectrolux
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wowt 0020 1.0
r 1eewwass. meal of sandwiches furnished by!
tunTM t 1 1 e4 0 a-It At Future Farmer Meet Wilson. .ah' *
UM hint W.N wM. -hmr*. t.r.nw B. Campbell II 1. 1 I .S1a.... their scoutmaster, A. O. Cain. I
tkra tew ktoi revels.jKm* *miUw Vftik II 0 ...10C. A contest for merit marks I
11-.1' .rl.n bows, Asa. .. .......: Homestead Chapter, Future RbkoiiCknliunr 55 a ..110II. among
w Mb offs RMMH t. Mm t. Farmers of America received: a Rev It I .... memben of the troop was started
711... t.tneb, am kri _B .. N4.I. ,
-- June 1. Pointa will be given for I I
at the Future
loving cup state
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a" Ckwliww I TBWIM t klH Wf nor" ., b -4. I
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"- 4 Im 4 bnlna*. Okwtno* I hi I Farmer convention which met In attendance at troop meetings, attendance -
1.d.e0, .... Young .. _.. le 1 .... Owner acclaim: the thrifty ,
.man .1 ...... at church and Sunday :
Gainesville
June 19-1 for rating 11.0. n It ..017Q. dependable performance of this ;
:=: :r---' w..1 first In the southeast district and Campbell a a .vas school and behavior at meetingsand !
u...., ........... 11'.... Mason It .... elsewhere A fint of modern refrigerator whosefreezing q
-- .. ... --..--- second in the nation. Myron Gren- Ennis II I ..salplaill price system hat no moving
nell of Homeite4rtate 17 III $12, sufficient to outfit a boy witha 1
W. D. Horne Co. scored two president, It 1 ..W parta. Everywhere the silent
runt In the hat half of the seventh made the opening speech of theeonventiuri. i Cheshire scout uniform and shoes, it offered operation of Servel JElectrolux:
:
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) inning to defeat Brooker Lumber I 0 1 ..100Ruh. wins friends. For It meant IWO
I Co,, ..I, Wednesday night Thelien's Present from Homestead are: If 4 .14' and Wi'll. primes, yet.to be: announced ': saving on running cent food

I Shop'won from Burton'sDepartment I Oeo N. Wakefiefd f adviser Jinn], ...... ab 1 rat will be offered by the bills and Upkeep year after:year

Store tIn the other Frederick, Tommy Moffett, James wt.. Homestead Rotary Club. I This remarkable; refrigerator ,
({ pme Sullivan, Leon Chambllst, Theo-1 i Harms Is'*Age .. :: .: ::: Paul Rue, selected some time I hat no moving parta in its en'f I

I dore Knowlet Fred Fuchs Joe It 14..161 noi ago by Scoutmaster KoestUne la tire freezing system/, The liI"I I

Rnaw .. T bb MOTH .k r tiyrum J. T. Godwin, Kenneth woolu fn i ._ representing the Homestead troop flame circulates the jrefrigerant
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\ $=. lb It. I/ 1 $1 Blnon Narrow M Ik t t *I' .1 Glenn and Myron Grennell. I i : :: ::: and all Dade County Scouts this -without friction orolear,

1..a. lb I !o.r...'tl sk i attlMWtU Theodore Knowlet and Fred Hobbs II tea week at the reforesting camp being'' without lot of efficiency, due
or- a1 2 8 CI...'_ 1 w_ _u .. II 2 .11
Fuchs for the best
j having collect- conducted at High {Springs under!
C sail/... t towno a 1 a I j i I abn.rr se- / .143 to moving, wearing part.
f Il...... rl., t I R.... s I .1 Ion of woods will represent the! C. Sullivan t7 :111 the sponsorship of the FlorIda'
R.....11..*. tk I e T..ae rf 2 a chapter at the scout forestry camp I|10. Sullivan __ It 1 ..001 i Lumber Men's Association. He See the Servel Electrolux in
H./1 s e a U I '
o.adllvas U at 1 0 'OCkwnrrfi which opens today at Lake O'Leno .. Save oa 1 if paying his own expenses i operation at our show room or
c--.u If a e *.loW ik. e.eon Ij The other, except Tommy C._ _.. ..."'-'\ II ..-4.1 I call Homestead 49 and a talet-

j sis vuiTN. I tett and Myron Grennell will Mot-I'I A.awe"_. ''''.'...'.....'..._- .1 ,..II' Chicago Man Buys Feed i man will call at your home.

.. In Jupiter where other memben Hsap 1 Remember your Electrolux
; -* I I...t e e t-"4 of the chapter have gone for a few I II I 1Bisbee-' .:' :.. ::::: :II: i EIM And Supply Store Here1' dealer backs and services everyone 1
Tue bass kk l -0 .iAmW .i he Install
I II
I days of fishing turtle hunting and It a
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BlMM*. Young, Knb: > 4 ,iMi,.Um M.. '
; :! --- -.. It 4 .1" The Scherr Teed and Supply Co.,' I IITI .
i T%on" :: g::::: II: str..h ::.1 bpi I I -L..u .I...'. _. ._. II It a t ..n 111 S. Flagler avenue, was| Own one en easy payment plainsee
T1..a .. I w otaI cF:6.1I1 aa114r TWO" I ANA bought June 1 by O ..C Pray of,
Rinse, Go Canaries Lou Belle Grennell Wins '
: Chicago and la how under his )

&1.IoIoIooot, 1.1.w06 ,Honors in Bread Making O. Cain Host to Burton ownership and management I I J. W. MAGINNIS "

r stamina so e ......... else .. e f Mr. Pray was with the Borden 205 Krome Ave.
Team
i Ik t ..... 1 at Chicken pinnerA. I
4.1 CG..f / i i Mks' Kathryn Cast, 4-H club Milk Co. In Chicago for SO )'e.n.1 i
t := : .
M. Me .... r aGn..nd leader of Redland, Lydia Vihlen
.l 4 Irrv- a O Cain acting manager of
HIM or.. I "PI.It a I and Alice Wytong of Redland, and the Burton diamond ball
team
I MM r. It ,. _. .. I Lou Belle Grennell. Annabel
I "M4. tk a I t ........ or 1 I entertained the team memben withan
I at Hum. Sk t I eadss.s9 .10. Ida..MR Redd and Katherine Orfanedes of outdoor chicken dinner
I 1 e1Hlle. Homestead attended the 4-H Jub- Sunday i 021A J koM

t Oral tf 110'li1'- s.. 1 1 .1 ilee short course it the Florida in building back of Present the old also Fuchs were Bakery HMcOaniel P AV &k MG

Is State College for Women in Tallahataee -
president of the Homestead
11._" 0 0 I 1-a 0 I from June 6 to II. Mils -
.' 0 t 1 I -a9k4. diamond ball league and
..: ... s.eerbwt I Cast was a Jubilee guest. Bill Arthur acorekeeper The
bass .. bals off I Nolan 1. c._ Lou Belle Grennell It one of!I umpires, Art Relchert and Henry i
Nt N.1, C
n. 4
=:.::.. Holum. M. Bl>k.., HlROT "I: I five chosen to compete in bread-,, Brhrent, were Invited but were

_Unions. 1 I..Isaiah....-. ......... making for a trip to Chicago. The I unable to attend
winner will be announced In ,

Monday night Brooker scored I October. Negress Held to Trial j

I one run in the first half of the first For Possessing Pistol
I Inning to win from Burton't by a : from June Jl till June IS. Mrs. : tigaLo

1-0 score.: The game was closely Suber it visiting In Georgia but e r
.f played throughout W. D. Home she will go down to Tallahassee Edna Brown Homestead negrest, s
j Co, defeated the Men's Shop ,-<<. for the time required. was remanded for trial In the Courtof C11C
Crimea under a 1100 bond at a g 'gfa
Mr* Seymour Dane, president preliminary hearing before Peace e Vsc S
A two-hit
pitching '
performanceby
f I of the Redland club, will attend Justice S. L. Kendrick yesterdayon
Thomas of Brooker
Friday night sIsm
>}> Wit almost matched by the lour-I I, llh a charge cf possessing a dead-

hit effort of Caves of the s

Shop but Brooker had the most I

power and won, <4-1. Burton's,I .

won from Horne, J-l, In another '
hard-fought game.; Nelson, for I Announcement I 44-0

Burton't and Clonlnger for Home ;

allowed eight hits each P f"I

SEASON'S SCHEDULE NACPkAGO SIP

June II Brooker-Burton
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Horne-Men't Shop ; George Pray has bought Scherr Feed & Sup- i!

Brooker-Burton.June 11 Home-Men's Shop; ply Store and will continue giving the same I ,

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. June 13 Men't Shop-Burton;
\ Home-Brooktr. high quality merchandise and efficient cer I

Burton-Home.June U Brooker-Ment Shop; vice that its patrons have enjoyed in the past. .$

June U Home-Men's Shop;

Brooker-Burton. m


t f Clubs Send Members We will appreciate youreontinuedatronaue

To Woman's Institute

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I lot,*. Harry D. Wolfe and Jof.... I
Fred Suber will represent the mFray's

Homestead Home DemonstrationClub I
. at the third annual Woman's

institute which will be held at the / PRESTON B. BIRD

Florida Slaw College for Women



BAUJLOOM LEARN TO INSTmrcnONwmt DANCEr Feed & Supply Store j I MOTOR CO.Phone .


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Friday, June 18,1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Three


] 1 Daily Vacation Bible School to Open r TO BEGIN REVIVALThe ,


'4 : Monday in Homestead, Baptist ChurchThe I ,

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First Baptist Church'i two.I
week daily vacation Bible school la just as fine fr a summer vacation
will begin Monday morning, Mid ," the local manager pointed
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III children .p( the district from out
four to.11"*" years of age are During the late spring the Florida
invited to attend. I Power and Light Company

A te>> building clan is planned carried on a "61<<7 Thru May" 1
I for (fee boys dining the handwork| campaign which was designed to
period said the Rev. C. N. Walker I stretch the tourist season into early
, who Is. to serve M principal of the summer The campaign was sut1 -
",,001. Frank Irwin and J. R. 1:cesaful. company official (feel and
tl Oorsey haw been asked to conduct I Ithe present program will make' {iti
the boot building coune.JCbftBibk i corn-\
\ : school will begin at 1 mlll )
' big Florida's summer tourist. business.
8;3? flf'fy' fW1 f lose at 11:30.: The .
Jaily'schedule. for! the Junior and ,
intermediate departments, raid In addition to newspaper advertising
Hr Walker, will be M follows: space which is being
JointJ>?rotor worship, music used to promote the summergramand I
tnc{.t>systor some local pastor, SOMHiutM summer-vacatlon-in-Florlda Ito J (' Turk ot Bessemer. -da
1 ; Introductory detriment program, the company la utilizing I Ala., will begin a two-week evens LONG DISTANCE telephone -
\ i
outdoor billboards, aever.IFloridaII
il period, five mInutes; memory ,
period, ten minutes; Bible-story i i[radio stations, window cards and s jgellstlc meeting next Wednesday 78 service will bind you to
. ; period, 17 minutes; relaxation pe.q .I II window displays. The campaignwill : at the Church of Cod on the comer
1 q Clod, three minutes; character- help Increase business over of N. W. First avenue and Seventh your friends...cheer folks up. .. bring loved
story period, 10 minutes; the state It Is felt. street, announces the pastor, J.
.1 1 frill, 10 minutes; notebook IWOrd-j I H. Dodson. AU are Invited to ones closer. .. convey good news. .maintain

,,I ,telling IS minutes period; dramatization 10 minutes recess, Delegates Give ReportOf hear hint the contacts that enrich your life. The cost

i JO JO minutes minutes;; handiwork miscellaneous period period, 3}, Lakeland Assembly I I I.Love"by A. W. Jones: remarks is low. Who would enjoy a telephone call from
by Mr. Murphy of decorating
. minutes; closing period, live mlo.I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Field, Miss ; report -
...... Miry McNeil and Miss Ruth Tower committee; song "Blest Be theTie" you tJa.1'SOUTHERN
. I ; and prayer by Mrs. Annie
; The faculty! list Is still tncom- who attended the Methodist Messersmlth. I
\ plete Miss AKa. Vann will bethe Young People's assembly held at DELL TELEPHONE
genera secretary of the school Southern College' In Lakeland last committee from both lodges
Mrs. W. D. Home will have charge week gave a report of the meetingat decorated the graves of members I and Telegraph Cc-aapisiy
j1 I of the order burled In Palm Cemetery
fef the beginners.Mrs. the evening service In the Homestead .aee..aae.a
at Naranja Sunday morning
Dorsey will be superintendent Methodist Church Sunday
of the primary department; I evening.
Mrs. Floy Watson. pianist; Miss I The theme for the banquet ad-
FJkia Vann. secretary; and Mrs. !Idress by Bishop Sum R. Hay, they
J-Ioward.Johnaon.Mrs A. D. Smith,{ reported, was "Hitch your wagonto
:Milt Fern. Robertson. MIN Lois I I' star" Other "stars" spoke
stalker Miss Nellie Mae Martin also, and the decorations and setting
Miss Ellen Vann, teachers. for the banquet fitted the IOM/
*. 'Irwht \vln be luperinten evening theme. a
''If of the Junior department;I'. They told also of the trial and '
Lucille West, pianist; and conviction of Mr. League Union
.4. N
ti.-ttire-Mrs' T. E. KlrbyIra. who was charged with not cooperating -
/ J. Lawrence Scott and Miss with the church to the best 1.A I rVr 1w /

)ulla SulllVlh! teacherstottTideni of his ability A report was giveenalga -
"fii'T.: I' 'gfuiland'w1II 6e euper f Yaw a
of a talk by a negro/ pro- *
pf The=totermedlata department. mand'lOn&i by negro children,, 54
and Mrs C. O. Robert- and of an evening serenade. ,
son and Mrs. J. W. Cilmer havebeea The communion and consecration
asked to.serve as teachers service was conducted Friday 1

evening by the Rev. Paul.R. Hor-, saw
SUpGRAMS.IMOFFR&L\ ton of Saint Petersburg, they said
The J>*rt>,stopped at Bok tower i
on the return; trip. Miss Locals !
Little who was a member of the i
group remained In Tampa to visit I
; T GET relatives this summer.
VISITORS I II

I I.O.O.F. and Kebekahs I

i Development of more summer Hold Memorial Service
fcurM 4loeuloc Homestead and I
til Florida was recently begun, by The program given at the Joint i
(fie Florid*Power, and Light Cora- memorial service which the Re-
fan when it launched a unique bekehs and Odd Fellows held In !
nmpalgn. Through the plan of the the L O. a F. hall Monday evenIng qra, your aka fogr
company ,local citizen will have consisted of the following
am opportunity to help,bring \rialto number: prelude; song "Eetutl-
f tor the state from ,outside ful River," by the assembly; reading I
Florida, Roy Chandler, local man-1 of proclamation by O C. Rad-
tSgef. ad.! "]1'" '' ford; Invocation by B. C. Murphy;
.
"Rummer-grams,virtually a roll call of deceased Odd Fellow I
tfom Id 'appearance between a and Rebekeh with lower SUMMER-GRAM
ceremony AND SEND A ABOUT SUMMER-TIME FLORIDA! \
post card and a telegram Mr/ vocal solo. "Beautiful Isle ,
Chandler vnplalned, art on hand of Somewhere," by Mrs. L P. McLean II
tt the local office: of the power and' ; reading of memorial serviceby I 1I,
Qght company and 'are availableto k&. Radford, Mrs. Harry D. Here' a plan to "fell the world" Almost every resident of florida H
1 alt customert and citizens Toe Wolfe and Mrs Joseph Cay, address about the vacation advantage knows someone in other parts of I:
fjimmer-grams earn on their face
on "Friendship, Charity and
jjhotographic y reproduction* of a of Florida in eummrr-Urne It will the country who should receive

umber of typical Florida scenes cost you nothing to end Summer Summer-gram with a message
all selected because of their appeal I invitations to I s
prospective
gram
to vacationists and other potential I on it about our summer-time I
4
visitors and residents and will be
visitors to Florida this i i'I' advantages. Do YOUR part in i ;
of tremendous benefit to this
summer. I h city I
I than the usual building summer business by I .
Larger post card and the State as a whole.
m size, they were designed to at- we ending Summer-grams todayl
(tact as much attention as possible glue'the You've heard people say "If It's : i

On feinted the reverse message side about there Is Florida a brief I ( genuine warm in winter l'lorllb.lt must j \

With room left for Individual per- EUGENE Permanent be terribly hot in the summer ; I
tonal messages time." By sending Summergrami ,
_
| "V have plenty of summer < to such tell !
grams In our office," Mr. Chandler ha, lutiag ....11SoIe -*Ws cW people we can TELL THE WORLD I ; i
: .. them the truth about our climate,
siild, "and the moat important .pcrawat roe wan
Bilnjf i s> )eor Imitomerf and I she' kM WI give. our fishing, swimming, golfing j
ffie U >sRre' W call for them ." d* ,..iiie .Cuftae'MTiag.'wiifc 'aodotherouIdOOl'ft1IDIV"POrU.! i
tints theft AIe..'. or merely ad. ; gawk r"|tat We ean tell them that costs are too r
(rces the summer-gram so we can Sachets tM M MIWS" yow i i kTN
pay the postage 11M mall them." hair for die ..... With lower in summer-time.
'. The summer-gram campaign 'Wed eaduladom sad gar.'lag I
iras launched to help bring the attention La sad'seekpr4. ..
of the nation to Florida as
ii summer playground and vaca- Bush's Barber Shop IY'R[ a0001, !#
iionland. "Everyone knows bow I FNEEI O..O.O ea alwM
delightful Florida 1* In the winter I & Beauty Parlor I

;? time, kut*t still have some letting I t IM IMrm THs>-rt SUM M Matt Tll j
to do to make them realize; that It Mb LlUle Brewa Operate

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t Four _THE LEADER-1JNTEKPRISI: PrNa,.Jt1 18,1937 .'Ji

I are Jerry Keitz Libb) Skill and 1' for each rattlesnake head tome of djplnand after me conventier' .It t' "' *V

Ii i THELEADER-ENTERfRISE JIM Lucas Mr. Lucas was the lifeguard them said that toy would 11M" they will be donated to the Chicago 4tJ

HasteateU. These buddies: are not I to 10 stake .bustles bra... d own ,too by the Florida delegation 1-1 Lime
\ FubUthed! Fridays a. Dad- ,rely water buddies' but land ones hunttag.VM I Ford dealers], bought and paidtor .
the Smith K
Fla. by
w too. Ttwy look attar each other i be' *a Iowa large ehaiw the can that win take UM
lrabllskiag c. and ace that they arc comfortable I net wfcelk with a conch inside, and,delegate of their respective com- Bird j

and dont break their ....u. Before muck to, her disgust we wouldn't: munttiei to the Lion convention
BE* AaKKCB .__ Editor we went la the water and before -t'let Her take k to bed with bet She W O. Talbott and W. H. Owens Told Usthat
MAttlORIE LtACn AtCBCCM we went out we had to fell: named It Jerry Jr., and she was' have assumed responsibility for i iu

.__ A+wetaN Edtisd .... Loca* we were going by telT- always trying to seed it such things the car furnished by Redland
ta< hint cur buddy number I,la* cabbage M cream snanhmaW Motors Other delegate to the ..,- ,- ;; ;:;;.i,

Zest sad reseed CUM Mil Our schedule for the day consisted -I low* and the beam Jerry cooked ftationat eoirv ntto i an Tom Toro '
sailor Han 1M*. at new peat of reveille at d o'clock, morn- but h* refused ther Bert George Cooper, Df B. K. the alley In back: of the'! '\

met MnMrtMfc4flMU.. ..*r hit dipt tang caper and break- W. had a very lively eamp.with 6atU and 01_ Cox. theatre! may become i bowUnf

the M* of Kan .. inn faVba Aft serin* dinner1 camp capers,I Saturday Mr. and MM Cordon place ol ten pins.. ,

ttrft rtlCK. "M A TM rest bolas, sr tatn0 period twun-I brought a* torn sweet' whit FROM OUR MAIL BOX -that Charleston; "I 5 C., lt hit 'f'

saint and Mfr savin*, tapper, capers I honey K wa th* Kghtetf, most becoming a suburb of this but cityv ". r
entertainment, and at f Vetoes delicious honey w* had ever eaten. .'
.
Let It Bff i WI SITFEB LOSS .. .*. .to : I'
taps 11f r (Continued Next Week Editor LeaderEnterpriseI : I II -tb. dropping th Initial. of a .

Whet UM iky starts In .-ra1nill'lit On Friday afternoon we fathered I feel that we have suffered a Christian part of the deceased bus ,

It ft*. : driftwood and dry coconuts for, KOESTUNE I great lou In our community the band name I Ie not alwtyt)don* a*
Them Is no' use of complaining: be fire W* dug a deep hole In theand leaving el Brother and Mr. A. 1..1 a signal that the widow k in ctr ) ;
Don you see* for tire A board was planed '
a I ICoeitline and Brother and *. culatkm again. I f.'
It will keep on persswrinTill on either tick of the fire to! /Continued From Page One) I' 000000
H. G. Cowan for new field of
at but It'* time for clearln. keep: the sand from going la the!he became its pastor the Homestead labor. While welcome Into -that subscribers to a "for men u-g
we our
An' the drops art bright an' eheer- fire. By Wednesday the board: Methodist Church has had I only" magazine m a South Dad .J II
association the men who come to
In', were burned but we. got along just 204 addition to Its membership/ bakery take home only remnants I
take shall
their place we greatly
Let it be the same There are a lot of boar* Now Rearing completion I* I of their frank periodical after the
milt the wile counsel of our president
piled near the tree by the fire but[day school: annex to the unfin-1! I ladle of the institution have given
When a friend fits sour an' surly, Brother Kocttllne, and the,
they are too big for fire wood. W. worth $3,000 in ill present them an afternoon's going-over.
I'lmw. active: Interest of Brother CowanThey
to tit ished but estimated to
used them on. condition
Don't start burly burly, have flood shoulder to i I
up a Friday night Margaret votuteer- have a value of $9,000 when fin- :
[ crossword
Flghtin' free. [ shoulder for the spiritual advancement Mother (doing a putI -
ed to act scribe and our patrol ished. It was started In March '
a* : I lie "Give the name of a motor i
I(.'ll come 'round perhaps, with of this community with all ) me
fund nucleus of I
chosen They were divided with a building
were ",
I with T
starts
wuitm, of u* In the Lord work. We have that
follows Grace Cray patrol $285 and: a lot of "trust In theLord '
: was '
a*
rather' (fed ): DonT be absurd -
Though plain facts might be had the most wonderful spirit of ep
I, you and ," Mr Koestline said The con 'I
leader of Athley. Margaret, ." .
latin'. cooperation I have ever seen, and my dear they all Ute ,a. -
truetton cost to within $500 of being -
Mr. and Mrs. Lucas: Jerry was
What the food of lrritatln'tLae we iliaD mix them, though we i Montreal Herald.Vefetariaay.
leader of Vara Barbara. Mary paid to date
( In* be. wish them Cod peed in their I
France and Meloa: and Uzabetlv, Mr. Koettlin has been an active tMea
new field of tabor
Anonymous *r Libby was feeder of Marion, member of the Homestead l
"Can I cut
C. K WALKER, Tramp: your gras
I VIdA Dora and Katherlne Jerry* Rotary Club and recognized a* a"good Secretary Redland District Ministerial far my dinner, ma'smt"Lady
GIRLSCOUTSCbattnued wa Wo. t: Oraee'f war Net land ; mliter", "good fenow and Association. I : "fries taisnty, and I hop
No. 3. mdcfatlguaole worker In behalf
Libby was Jerry "
Homestead June 17 1837 you enjoy it -Montreal Star.
cooked Saturday: Graces, Sunday -l'n righteousness
( From trap One? etc! Re plan 1W rerun to Homestead
port. The other scenery was We learned a new round and apart Tuesday to officiate at the weddingof
j j beautiful, too with tU Itt greenery song called "Call John the Miss Miriam Burton and Lon SPEND YOURVACATION

A* w* approached the snore, Boatman and "White Coral Bells.'' Hood.

palm waving In the browns welcomed After w* sang these songs we '----

IlL When we landed! Mr. found w* had only ten minutes ORANGE FORD
Sherwood the superintendent of left in which to get ready for bed
the island, greeted ML We loaded Mrs Skill was struggling with

i the luggage on the Matheson truck high: note when Mr. Locus came (Continued From fate One) OUT OF DOORSWhatever
and started: down the road, having to her rescue lie was officially appointed land District club was elected
loads Of fun ducking the palm bugler for the mt of the deputy district governor to succeed
k branch your need tor outdoor equipment or auto .or train-
eek.After. )fl". Flsk Z. R CaQahe
Some one dropped her bat and tap everything Wa peaceful of Homestead was re-elected state travel you' can depend on Sear to have the best selection of

Mr Lucas had to go back to get it except for a few snores here treasurer Nationally Known Merchandise. Shop at Sean and Save ,
-
while w* waited. The periwinkle and there. The orate colored "Redtond ,
and black-eyed lusan dotted oa, Saturday morning we went north Dbtrkfear will be one ol a m&- CAMP COTtORA WK rot

either aide of the road made us feel on th* beach hunting for shelbt long caravan o(45 of the brilliantly 'f

( at horn The rest of the Island was Some; of the shells w* found _w. ly de luxe edimt-that will V Am $1.49 89c

I dressed free ON large cockle, the turkey wing\ leave. Florida on July U for a _
Whew w* arrived at the cottage pearly and leafy and Virginia eye food will tour that will end toCUcagd >_ AetMtt I tt :.
we didtft recognize It because 11wa tan> crest barred, Venue eallcoshell In time for the convention Mmes !> satire. Gallant'
pointed<< green and white; and prickly pin, M**'> cockle, The J'1oridIIIOOd-will motorcade >* cloth .e'I'I he tog Keeleater &
the hed ww trimmed Upon entering of or Center ****.
< Pennsylvania and tiger kxlnteivertanr win go through;the capital ery ret.f.... '" n-ttW7! kUt- !
/ the eottag we found a new cockle, buttercup, wan- slate enraut' W! Chicago. and .Folds _' lava Moore f.
bench on (h*porch and very titan .... ar. bread-rid eardTb aroufw WaeMKgtan' IX C, where Open alt fells Bto. .*r ..
floor annMM& JungW shall foQK MksheUt It fir taped ITta ?resident Kbose- ky .i Ilk ..,..
As Sow a* WW were ontcwcfed .,-!IoIe'! **t supped propel the I'lolidiane from ., '
we put oar bunked roll W ftefr sooty shell b* #dm J teoffn broadslaked tttec.ghehdee' AUTO COOK KIT.GA9 LANTt U MG
place said gathered drift wood for tufbon. ptne" slMt Werthshell 'Nelltj"'IJIe' Qf : tN rrel't'6t
I along mp fir' tt.wJf put en ou* .... Chinese alphabet'_aaled Lidos .Qub*. throughout Florida
.1
suit and shads. dash fern tie. cowry FUrlda drill comAest periwinkle ha.o-resale Mtuble ,the 'iecor gof $1.69 $54tS. :

I water. W* fixed else lire math fed Hot da.V ,.ri*la,, fco* deed cars for tiMkfArMa.fmwlll *- '.- .
I r Mr and Mr*. Luc* supervised 6*' shell and ,dollar tell trchln. .**torcd The 'ptintlpM Actual $3.
fitting of Mxfdlw to one anotne j whelt pale tulip, dislocated auger pOrpos* 'will b*< to.advertise Feat qe; '
I The red cap baddies- fpoor I If shell. prfcklt t c $ppte Ift}. da en route and m,Chlraxo c ,<,S and 2burlierallmetal), iiv' :.. DO-.. h

swimmer) art Dora Scott and ran. American itoippe.'nettlbalive each car will carry.In tiora'to stant light Model pwwr, rarr. ,
Katherlne Graves Melba Van ruddy rum.,shell, nut shell, delegate, literature- 'pltum' ant .
WIlt '
f Winkle and Mary Frances Rutland thorny oyster large Tirtety scallops souvenirs from Florida.krraftgerderilf Sturdy folding legs ew.. se'.
Vida C.-hl.'I'd Mirlon IdmonOL cecW vAoT .,sleriv app rfe BaVtf eeeh heads ..... 'or". ;.....,

The bled ewpe- (fair wHmiien> own,'brtin cent sea left king craconch \ tot parade M Chicago of the Easy to set npt ......

are Van Rheney and Barbara tulip band and Tampa ura- Florida good-will motorcade at a
Blcxert, and Athley Kemp, Margaret salplnx. part of the convention program Built for Ragged Service

Lawrence? and Grace Cray Whew Ute glib leaAwd that and a Florida exhibit wiH 6ri.poo-

The white caps (good .swimmers>, there was a bounty of $ .50 paid sored. Live alUgaton wilt be on HAND WARDROBE TRUNK


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Don't Summer s

, Neglect r i :1* tack size

1 e Hard Fiber covering I

e Black aid OUT Drab a
; ran
Fertilizing Solve the problem of whereto

place everything when .
traveling plenty of apace

' 1 Don't neglect the fertilizing of We Removable tray Reinforced
summer your grove J binding over edge and corners
f s
mixtures for avocados citrus limes and other ring type handle built
. i carry for long service

tropical fruits. Groves should be sprayed during the Lift Tot St71eLACKIIANDWARDKO


" :t next three months to insure clean, bright. fruit. Don't E. :

wait Do it Mad fiber covering over genuine three-ply veneer : '
now. be\. Rounded edges. Lift-top style Bras tteet hard.w..m. 849
Tao draw-bolts and lock. Two compartments
J In ..maAble tray. 4-hanger sUe.Ui .

; Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. :,-r *Ue s 17: Inch and J5-fnch and Half Wardrobe Slat, "
i hum fM.M to IXLMEARS I s
'
: Manufacturers Redland Brand Ftrttlfattruovt

Ii* rstvnt & Arc, MIT. noMcsTiun FLA ROI-BUCK AND CO.Oucayn :

MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS BlvdL, Ijth to 14th St. Miami
? Saturday, :JOa.m.tolp.m. Dally 9:30 to J JO I IPia


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< Friday June 18, ISiT _THE tSA&ER.BNTBRPRISE Pare Five


" !ieWaintd I position in Baltimore Mrs Guy Vuuon of Miami the safe arrival in Clarksburg of Mr

:a* chemist for the BaittmonWaterWorka former Miss Mary Tower of Bomeat and Mr J H Simmon Mr-
I Co. .ad, and her little datyhtar. Jane SImmona who wa not well .U iv-
In and AroundHomestead I : ****** to LtuuviU for a vcathm. portrd to be slight, better
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Jacob and! .
j their ton Billy were guests of Mr. Wm. A. hears ef Miami was ,ad Mr*. Daft Turner of Foci R\.t\h.nd Bstty l>llyrtrasern have guaat ttii week of Mr. and MrsFrefJfenn. .
.Lauderdale Sunday. Mr. and Mrt MtiwM iiiwiuw an m a K will .
t' .
Van Helms of Miami visited Mr. Jacqueline and Dor thy DuncaitMwmt. Amotdt
and Mr Jacob the first of the In Mrs. children of
wet I luoU Sound arrived! Saturday fora
Mr. and Mr Frank BJ Lucas visit with her brother-in-law and
46 Mrs, Robert & Brown and i The condition of A. A. Payne Mr.and MrTHaroU Oxford left left Wednesday to spend the summer liter, Mr. and Mr* Frill Schroe-
"1n daughter,the Mine' Mary.Betty, who ha been seriously 01 at Ou Wednesday for a vacation ilk lack at Miami Beach. def.
Suzanne and Rebeec Drown. arrived tTnlV'lDifJlIOIpl\a11D Coral Cables tonvill '
a s' Tu cIa) from West Palm for several week i* reported to Nina DyaV; ; 4.ABM RhnitrwU Mr. and Ma-; : : Scott Mr.
Beach to reside permanently in Be much Improved )(ra. X. JL Dyes a d bar tidier attend Camp Alp_cal Look- and Mr*. R. E. See*!,. J,.. and

+t : Homestead They are ecety ins daughter, Mb mr v will iptnd JRtweekend out Mountain at Mentont. Ala. .... Nina Braaideaburf were

x, the former residence of De t A. Mrs. Given Victor and Mr.Odli to Miami awl start lot Mb Annie"")M1 Booth b employed guests Sunday of Mrs W. ft Matt
Spencer North Carolina the following TMB. ot Miami.Freddie. of Coral
d Smith on North Krome Avenue, Gabkt left Monday temporarily' by th* FtdvntBulldtat
to visit Mrs. Victor's day or Wednesday. They will (o
s, which wu purchased by Mr. parent and Loan Association ofRomeiteSKf. Chapman oMerwent art
first to Rocklnghem to tab horn
of Brown'iPharmacy near St Loui
Brown, proprietor
; emergency operation for appewnicltte *
Gertrude
MIll H num who bill
Y ; ,several month ago and Saturday evening at the Kendall .
i ha been remodeled and repainted Mr*.Max tanner and aon,Irving been guest at the Dyal home Mr*. Harold Kennedy; of Miami! hoaoiur. Hit condlUon It
throughout will leave Sunday for Franklin,: since Tuesday of bat week and and her two children Myra and
N.C.,whence Mr*.Lomer will pro. after a tan-day. visit in Rocking- Richard, visited Mr. Kennedy': sttO criticaL

4 Mr. P. B. Bird and her ion, eeed to New York for a visit with parent, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Davis Mt and Mr*. Herman Schroeder

+ Preston, and Clyde McLendon. ol relative MrPaul Leaner will accompany of Homestead, TuesdayMn. of Dye*. Ino\, left Wednesday foe
1 Homestead and hit eliter. Miss them a* tar a* Asheville In Hot Springs, Ark., tat the past their home after a one-week visit
Ethel McLendon ef Warm Spring, where she wlU visit with her par- two week HoUlste Sag at recovering with Mr. and Mr Frit Schroeder
left Wednesday for Leary Oa., to ents, Mr. and Mrs S. Feldman.Mr. "' from at severe attack of illness
visit Mr / J. McLendon. Preston Shirley and Winifred Danzey Stuart Shields of Miami. ton of
left by train Thursday night for Mr. and UrI'--:J. R. Gresham and
will go from Leary to Camp Cloud. and Mrs Wayne Cooper Dr. and Mrs. S. S. Shields of
I Raiford where they will visit Mr. Mrs. Jamea Koon and''' her daughter
moat at Menton!!, Ala. Mr. Bird were in Homestead Sunday visiting Florida City, II recovering froman
expert to Join Mn. Bird in two If Mr* Cooper's parent, Mr. nod and Mn. B C. Prince about a Mia Mary France, ef Miami operation performed at<< Jackson -
weeks tor a trip to Virginia and Mrs. R. A. Cameron. Mr. Cooper:I I month. spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. Memorial hospital recently
formerly connected with a Sara' and Mm J. R. ByrumFLORIDA
West Virginia. sota la Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Calklna A program in honor of father's
newspaper now working have moved to S20 S, W. Thirteenth -
t.--; : day children's day the cradle rolland
Mr. and Henry Brooker.It. on a newspaper bi Hollywood.Mr. CITY
tf .. left Wednesday for A two- avenue Miami. superannuated ministers will
.
week vacation In the mountain I and Mr*. Howard Lamb left Mm T. B. Cheyney and grandchiidnetv ..... .. W. Peeery. eorre eoedee be given at It a. m. In the Free
Thursday of last week for J Church.
of North Carolina. I a Jvan Joan and Robert Methodist
month's visit with relative Is Vir Mr. and Mr H. Parham left recently
Chayiwy of Miami Sunday :
pent Mrs. C. 3- ndll'e1l. her two
Mr. and Mn. L. K. Bishop and ginia. for North Carolina where
afternoon visiting friend 1ftHome.tead.
I children and Alma Jane
their three tons. Laban, Clinton Buddy
I they wilt spend i few week before -
a and Harry left Sunday to spend Mr. and Mn. Herman Mark : going on to New York on and her sister, Miss Atlc Hobson,
at week lit Cleveland/ are expected to return this weekend Robert Cast -la attending the business will leave Saturday for A heville.N. ,
.- ........... from a vacation trip to New University or Mismt this lummer. C, where1 they will spend a
Mr. and Mn. Pawl Reynolds York City. Little Martha Shields of Miami month.
have a* guests Mm. ReynoU1brothtr. J Lawrencebtt took a class ur a guest of her" grandparnitt
Horace Richter of Cairo, Miss Louie Long FiUpatrkk, of boys from tIFlm Baptist ;Or. and Mr*. & S. Shields. Mrs. L T. Proetot will undergo
Ga*and her cousin. Laves Cookeof Miss Jewel Turner and MUa Va- Church Sunday School fishing t Major operation at the Kendall
.Thotnairilla; Ga. who will lera Fitch returned to Tallahassee Wednesday afternoon Word ha been received .l the hospital this mornm*

spend a month here.Sit. Saturday to attend summer schoolat
the Florid State College for Mn T. R. J, ;M"IUn. Mm. C. T.

and Mr*. Floyd Fogle and Women Anderson and Mn. Hubert Iflrhol

the.tr\ son, Floyd Jr, left Saturdayto Scllf and bet MM Hubert and Bobby.spent This Week'sSPECIALS
Mrs. H. X. left Mondayfor
visit relative In Sarasota until Wednesday fishing on the
vacation in HendenonviUe.
Tuesday when a
they would meet JC.a'l.
Mir and Mr I Mr. Schaff wilt Join her there later
W. t fiik in West
Pam Beach: and go with I them for i In the summer. Mn. T. O Knight and Mr* Virginia
Hammond of Coral Gable
a abort vacation In North Carolina. Mrs. Media Butler, public health pent the week-end In Homettead

Mr J. purse for the district aorth of Silver
& Horton left Sunday to
moved from Homestead Mil Edna May MeUiade ef Mi
Jolts her hosbmd In Charleston.In I., Palm has I
Jacluonvllle' to PerrlM.Itw amt la spending this week herewith
\ ah
*was Joined by
her brother-in-law and sitter.
lief daughter Wave,who had been
Mrs. Charles Barnes and her Mr. and Mr. Barney Waldin. ""
vlsUln
'It Raiford.
children Willard and Louise, i Iffij
itiM 11 and1aUntke Walker and Mrs. J. t. HcCIunc fetuMed Mr. and Mr7: Dan Allen and :

and, KM Mary France Arthur Monday from laUD where they family of Gewletan and Uok and
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Eugene Allan visited Mr. and Mmt.
reftvned'Wednecda had been visiting.
front DeLand '
R. Pope Sunday. AU enjoyed Two 1931 Cherrolet Sfdans
wh
n BaptUI rt they Aaaembly attended the Florida I Mr1AdMrl.s;; 1 Davis returned a fishing trip on the Key

Saturday from a trip to
f .:)hIW/ Whtchwd-returned Sun- Michigan attd other cltle READ TUB WANT ADSERVICE New pa mty new the, geed mechanical cortdttionregubi
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dart htth neat '. 'two-wtel vacation .}BM. A I*. KM ley of Tampa who guaraateed vW ciri.
-" te-speat.*t hia farmer home
wa.on her way to New York stopped
faaUleab
j. In ; ""'*,-Mesa Accojs Homestead,Wedneaday to
to
Pa*Jnt'( his? welW Mrt 'aifef..b ra.
D.'9- McVey;4t UtUMburc who! visit Keeley.her .daughter" Miss Jane Trucks rf All Kinds ;

'- :\ wltjiaeaxJ' a month In Homestead I

u Cta*. ,of HA .and b re.'*"' ,t losfr.. 'etrre.a. JarMl/.IeA; f d dnafptl6ns.Tate join!' Too ball add
W< b Mr. WWchard. MSU.'Mcot Wednesday morning lor Cross City

Vary atidttlstels and'Mr&, Webb 'art brother ,where they. will ".tiU.Soptcm., we1 Will tit OU!Laid the you a I'fttltrfeftf Job
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and Ma. Edwin: Rankin *t Miami to herd Sunday for America Passenger Cars (

=vW4d In Homestead Money with< :Ca, foI Vhit relatives for two i
M* "d Mr*. Henry 0104. weed.Bnrtbn. YOU LIKECareful le( fro 192) ,
; Fordu', Ptyrmwrths and Crwvr up
Mr. and MiSTTrank: XtlfeH and Cnkum of rtaraflja hat checking "red, \ thorough

Aatghter, HarrIette, returned to' ..r i attention and msix- tan whlchl]
Hpmettead Wednesday front West we wilt\ upon'Y' case,
Virginia. glvn you the di, .'1e. c-on-l BirdChevrolet i

Archer Smiti'b; returned to Mrs. Gnssie Joiner sclenClou* service 'nt Willppl'ldate M p> ,J: "r.'! M 11119
your
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te Homestead erring her famous Phone Mt-R no"''eotead.Fla.NEiv'T .
) Room I and T reliable Eleetri and ANt,.... TTeUlM w Crltadet Sleeks, !

i "\ MeCrory Arcade home cooked family Cylinder ....., Atanhiwa Cactlaft and flaUert.AeUiB I

"" 'j flours: meals at G. BALL tH Males Ralriw-Caterliiff to garagva It Main a ai

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I.r Social Events in Souili Dade3: jG






,: I LOCAL CLUBS WIN HONORS AT COUNTY I WESLEY MATTHEWS I AUBREY EASTERLIN MARRIES MIS&'iANNE! I

I WEDS MIAMI TEACHER I MAE WILLIAMS IN CAMILLA, :GEORGIA
HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB. EXHIBIT I Local friends of Wesley .; -"
I thews of Miami,, a former -- '
of Homestead, have been Inform t-I Aubrey Easterlla l. a nephew of school he attended 9, $.i Iai\ Ki i.
The written by I,
Members of the two Mom Demmonstration verse, flnU&fthii eSurcation
mend Va., and
of the club, of his riiarrbfe June 5 to Mr*. Gussle Joiner who came down I,
Clubs of the Red DcsDlatrlll Dana, president at the Unlverf ty5 if Oeorgla -
M1'I.I Mary Holmes of MiamI. to assist her In managing the Seminole -
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"Oh ..
to the tune of ,I '
were awarded six first sung Mr. Wat1hnw'1I a son of Mr 1 Hotel last winter, was married in Athena, whpre lieIW., a
prizes and eight other print tt the ar.e. follow: and Mrs. I. R. Matthew of Mtern i to Miss Anne WIlliams of I I member of the Phi tWltji tyeti)
county achievement day **eretaes tie MOM from RedUnd, way down and a nephew of S. F. Matthews Camilla, Oa. on June 11. The fraternity. He is now' eonnecfelwith
conducted at Miami Civic Center south when ooapnuts are grown I I of Homestead. He was graduated following account of the wedding the local: office of thA. Georgia
Wednesday. And tropic fruH from other lands from Homestead High School: Is reprinted from the Americus I j Power company" >"
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Redland won almost two we're always proud to own. and the University of Florida and Dally Times Recorder: -- *
third of the First prizes were Our heads are trained to save our I TWO BIRTHDAYS OBSERVEDAT
** for several yean has been principal !- "A marriage of widespread social
Mn O. P. Connell on heels our hearts are full of I Anne COUNTRY CUB PARTY
won by I of the Little River School. In interest Is that of Miss
fresh vegetables; Mn W. D. Ma- cheer, the summer he has been a coun Williams, of Baconton to Mr. Mrs. Francis Freeman and L. B:
han, on fresh fruit. from the i The :year Is past, our work is done, I selor at Camp Cloudmont at Men- Aubrey Easterlin which was Danny gave a spaghetti supper at
home garden; M... H. J. Armstrong Achievement Day If here. tone, Ala.Miss solemnized Friday evening, June the Homestead Country Club Saturday

on a book cover from trop- Oh, Miami, you're always fair to Holmes I* a physical education 11, In Camilla at 6:30 o'clock. The evening In honor of the
ical material; and Mn J. H. Elder, see teacher at Miami Edison ceremony was performed by Rev. birthday anniversaries of Mr. Free

on an article mad from tropical But the place to live and save your High School, and has been a coun. S. H. Bennett pastor of the Ca- man and Mn. Danzey.
material Third prizes were won bills is Redland, Dade County.We selor Gt Alpine Lodge camp in milla Baptist Church, in his study. Dancing was enjoyed during the
by Mn. Seymour Dane on a stencllrd -
Mentone, Ala. "The bride was lovely in a modelof evening.
article; Miss Eitelle Turner are group of sunshine folks; chiffon worn
blue
After the camping season this coronation Those present were: Mr. and
linoleum block printed article better health
on a It gives us white hat' ..ndother'
they will attend a summer with a becoming Mrs. R. G. Walser, Mr. and Mrs.
; Mn. J. D. Wysong.on I tuft- And we will work with Uncle Sam year accessories. Completing -
ed article; and Mrs Marian, on to bring the.land to wealth. school. matching her costume was a shoulder Burley Dendy, Mr. and Mn. Boyd
marigolds. We'll take the time to read and Cohernour, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
STRICKLAND HAS corsage of gardenias. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Danny, Mr.
Mn. R. L. Hobson president of learn his economic plans ELENE
the Homestead club, won flnt And lift the standards of our PARTY ON BIRTHDAY "After the ceremony Mr. Easter. and' Mn. Freeman, Mri. Blanche
tin and his bride came to Americus, Bishop Miss Oieula Dendy and
prize for the beat suggestion for a homes in Redland's farming Elene Strickland was given a ; .
where/ they will make their home L? T, Proctor. -
lands. birthday Friday afternoon
4-H camp and second prltefor I party with his mother Mrs B. F. Eas
1 cuddly toy; Mrs. O. M. Cooper, in celebration of her seventh anniversary .
Oh. Miami, you're light is ocean terlin on Rees Park. '
Mn IlL AND MRS. WALTONENTERTAIN
her
mother
1 first prize on a suit for a by .
foam 'The bride, who is known to her COMU9 CLUB: ''
Strickland. Game were
small and second smocked Luther
boy on a
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But we will work with you to build 'Mae' is the
friends ,
article; Mrs. A.O. Smith. second played on the lawn. as younger At the meeting of the Consul
I better home, sweet home. I daughter of the late W. E. Williams -
prize on a hooked rue; and Mrs. Elene was presented with a Club Thursday evening at the
O. C. Radford, third prize on I To save our homes from waste and beautiful pink and green birthday of Americus. She is a home ot Mr. and Mn. W. K. Walton -
square knot belt: Mrs. J. A. want the budget is our plan, cake by Mn. J. N. Gay. graduate of the Camilla high the high score bridge awardsfor

j Hooks, Mrs. R. E. Anderson, Mn. And we are wise to many things, Ice cream,cake, fudge and punch :school member were won by Mri.
Geo. N. Wakefield, Mn. Hobson for we have learned to can. were served. Mn. Stricklandwas "For three year Mrs. Easterlinmade I E. A. Ames and J. H. Webster, and
and Mrs. Bert Andrews represented We'll hook the rugs and loop the assisted by Mn. Gay, Mn, her home in Americus with the high score prize for guests, by
the club at the meeting. clips Floy Watson and Miss Rachael her aunt, Mrs. C. D. Poole but Mr W R. Bird. The next meeting r
Second prize tot a club stunt and knot the belts and bags Cowman. recently has been residing with I which will be1 the last this ,
was won by the Redland club on And find a use for everything,i The others present were: Mn.. her sister, Mn. Robert Jackson' InBaconton. season, will be on June 24 at the
a song sung by the following member the bottles and the rags.. W. D. Horne, Mn. J. R. Byrum,, She Is an attractive home of Mr. and Mn Webster.
garbed in old .fashioned Ray and ray Caplinger, Ruth and blonde and possesses,a,sweetnessof The hostess served fresh mango I
Oh, Miami you're always fair to which has endeared her
dresses with poke bonnets and old Betty Byrum, Mildred and Martha manner Ice-cream.
F see Jane Greer Thelma Chtnner, to a wide circle of friends. Present besides Iholw named
fashioned bouquets: Mrs. Armstrong I Ir I
Mrs. E. P. Whltworth Mrs. i But we can show you things worthwhile Modine GUmer, Helen Joy BryantNellie ,I "Mr. Easterlin Is the younger son I were Mr and Mrs. 'T J. Faust 1 I II
J D. Wysong, Miss Estelle Turner I in RedUnd, Dade County.The and Jane Moon;Martha Jane I of Mn. B. F. Easterlin and the' Mr. and Mn. W. E. Rheney, Mr I
Caulk Wanda Smith, Louis 'r late Mr. Easterlin prominent: and Mn. H. P. McDaniel, Dr. and I
Mr*. E.A. Carter, Mn. (:halo Lair, "things worth Yvhlle" prov-
Mrs. 'R. B. Zenker Mrs. Dane ed to be fruits which the singers Strickland and Floyd, Jr., and Americus residents. Following I Mrs, Frank Hausman. Mr. and ,
Mrs Oosnell and Mrs. Mahan. I i stacked and left M an exhibit Jimmy Watson. I his graduation from Americus high) Mn H.,E. Schaff and Mr. Bird.Don't I

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B, P. W. C. HEARS JANE NESBITT TELl The Calendar

I OF DUTIES OF PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE
June 18 Last meeting of Ad forget
-- Astra Chapter of O. E. S. until fall
The public health nurse receive! donating article for the loan elos June 21 Meeting of Young
her pay through funds providedby et and assisting in providing office Matron's Circle of W M. S. at home
the social security act and she space Mn. Don rerreyra, pub. cf Mrs. E. A. Buchanan
receives supplies Jar her loan lie relation chairman, and her June 23 Meeting of Sacred
: closet' and much other assistant. mutants, Mrs. J. F. Hammett am Heart Club.
from the Red Crass but no provision Mrs. A. C. Easton were appointed June :24 Meeting of Comui Father!
Is made for office space 01 to serve with Mrs. Nesbltt, who Club at home of Mr. and Mn. J.
I demonstration room- or more Important Is health chairman in finding a H. Webster i
-for transportation of patients location. June 24 Meeting'of Redland ii i
: to hospitals, Jane A. Nenbttl The club gave I vote of thank; Ladies' Aid. "
: public health nurse, told her fellow to Mrs. B. L. Bigger, Mrs Henry June 24 Meeting of Wood- on Father's Day Sun. June 20
members of the Homestead Brooker, Jr.. and Mn. Wm, E men's Circle: I
Business. and Professional Wo- Myers for assisting with the port June 21 W.C.T.U. meetingIn I
men's Club Monday evening able blackboard(,which Mrs. Bigger Redland Community Church
''I %There are 20,000 of these nurses had been 'Instructed\ to secure 1 o'clock:
In Service for the club. June 25-Meeting Of Areme Club Father's Billfolds
now, she said. "They
i A pot-luck dinner was planned It home of Miss Helen Livingston.
j
art supposed to serve as a connecting
t, link between the home and for Installation night, June 28, June 21 B. P. W. C. installation Day Movie
when the district president and meeting and pot-luck dinner. ,
f\o th the several ata tit officers wljl be present June 30 Rotary Club's IIIdl,,' Cameras
cat* expectant mother to give Cards
I proper prenatal and postnatalcare night.

: to stop the spread of com- AHEMC: CLUB PLANSTO RonsonKodab
f municable diseases, to help incases HAVE PICNICA

I of malnutrition; to keep an picnic was planned by the Lighters
eye on sanitation situations; to see Areme Club when it met at the L IB CARE
that early diagnosis of such diseases O. O. F. ball Friday evening. Miss
I': as cancer and tuberculosisIs Helen Livingston won the mysterypackago. '
made. I Popf and Beauty Sheaffer Fountain Pens and Sets, Shaving" .)

The public taaUh nurse gives Lemonade was served during I
Red Croat courses in home hygiene the social hour. .. True beauty demandsthe I Brushes, Parker Fountain Pens and ,Sets,
and assists In P.-T. A. preschool Present were: Mrs. A. R. Mey- best of care at all
round-ups. I bem, Mrs. Bert Branch, Mrs. Ceo. times. Whether you Cigarettes, Pipes, Cigars, Military Brush
After Mrs. Nesbltt had described W. Turner,Jr., Mrs. Wm,M. Johns, wish a wave, a facial,
In detail several phases of her Mrs. Bob Harris and Misses Esther a manicure, or any of Sets, Zipper Case Shaving Kits, Shaving Sets,
f work the club offered to help by and Helen Livingston.PIUI.A.BERGER! the other essential aids Electric' .
i to beauty, you'll find Tobacco Pouches, Pounds Tobacco,
the skilled Operators ..tPI'
'* Beauty Parlor Razors.

DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST ; ready to serve you
quickly at any Urn*. I
Creqalcnole Spiral wad A complete Assortment
DentistFirst Combination' I'

Office Hours) Sa.ra.tep.ae. PERMANENT WAVES

Sundays I le II National Bank Prices J3 $6, $7 I DIXIE DRUG
Closed Saturday

Free Parking Space Building PAT'SBEAUTY I Homestead, Florida(_ ,I

Office Hours 8:30-1:30
nil N. W. ann ST.. MIAMI PARLOR .Hott DRUG i'] :
1'1I0 'II.UU Open Evening by Appointment I Phone ftHome Bid*, I '



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Social EventsSTATE II I BAPTIST CHURCH. \: CLASSIFIED ADS : I

I June 21 Morning ....DI I II *
I "Sewing.. Reaping" evening RATS: First Insertion 10 A line; subsequent Insertions
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sermon "God's PU W 1 _.
Salvation.* -

+ AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY I' Jane IS Prayer aimteo.akjectl I I FOR RENT I JUST RECEIVED over 100 squares

t. PRESIDENT VISITS HOMESTEAD UNIT RerreeUen". : good Interlock ahlnglea. Bargain.
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ITOR RENT' Modem, -room!
I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH Caalr 18 a aij. O. R. Oldendorf,
'. .wLs. II cool trln.Iw' .
CLAUDB CAMPBELL furnished apt., clean, '
W. L. .utg Of CoralGaMvs, "
Mr* JtnM It ow lamia -- I plumber. (p Je 15)
fa HOSTESS TO CLEANEM _

f'i =}on president"of,.Auxiliary of the.Florida'AmenClanl;spoke When the Gleaner' Class of the I took Joe Maa".*,UM'Eva Wiiverse****] b taetai-.Ateeatle. .I I and Biscayne drive. (Jn J Itt II)FOR SALE M tons well rotted

t 1 Ito the Homeitead auxiliary at a Homestead. Baptist Church met Farm'" FOR 'RENT Modern 4roo''napt. cow manure. Alpine Grove
I Tuesday with Mn. Claude Campbell Dairy (Jn 11-1)
chop suey luncheon meeting held ( Mrs. Peter Johnson, 307 W,1! _
at the home of Mrs. H H. Ewing a study period on "What Baptists Frank Schneider. Mix (;eo. Bar 12th St. Unit tf) '
Believe" was conducted by FOR SALE I wicker chain with
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Wednesday. cut and Mr*. L. C. Smith were UM i!
Mrs. S. L. West desk. Phone eg (jnll-18)
HOUSE IN FLORIDA CITY for
I Mrs. A. W. Buuell of Coconut hostesses. I

\'\,.I Grove, vice-president of the aux- During the social hour Mrs. Other present were: Mr. and rent by year. Furnished or un- I FOR SALE Tropical plants, dims
sodas Leader-En I
'ItI Ularlei of District rive, also gave Campbell served Ice-cream Mn. H. A. Cameron, Mr. and Mrs.Robert furnished. Inquire trees and tropical fruit in

a talk. The need of a home for and cookies. Bell, Mr. and Mrs W. A I terprise. season. Jungle Grove, Rertlanl

';' crippled children of the Miami Others present were: Mr*. Gore Dent, Mn. F. S. Scherr Mn. T. road and Plummer drive.

section was discussed by Mrs. Jos. don Ivey Mrs. Howard Johnson, E. Evans Mn. Grace C. Ward, Mn. FOR SALE 1 1I I _

,' :Trlgg of Coconut Grove. Mn. L. Mn. Alec Lanier. Mn. Dexter Laura Pye, Mn. Frank Belts Mrs I FOR SALE Pullets ready to lay.
: Home, Mrs Floy Watson, J. D. Perkins, Mrs Ferris Minner- FOR SALE Rough lemon plants, Also broiler batteries. ShankJIt
of the
M..Stoutenburg, president
Walter House Mn M. A. Mn'l ly.Mn. M. a Studstill Miss Pearl any quantity. Excellent quality I Grove (pa23)
.. Coconut. Grove unit, also was present Mn L. M. Bridges Mrs. J. W. Whltalter, the Rev. Jas. Cloonan, from selected isolated seed lo i'I

.; ner Mn F. D. Mock Mn. A. N. Brooks and Robert Glenn. calities. Dan M. Roberto. FOR SALE-Ripe oranges, tangerines -

Mn Frank Rue waa appointedby Reed Mn. W. B. Caves and Mn (jnU-jy9) grapefruit, fryers, egg

Mrs,Lute to serve on the trophy Robert Glenn. Free Methodist Pastor I Dr. Shanklln Grove Vt mil,
., emblem and awards committee POTATO LAND 10 acre only. west of Florida City. (o30-lf)

Mrs. Harold Sheffield local pres- READS Will Go North MondayA Soil depth, i ft,, to 4 ft. $115 per I --

II identpresided. MRS. MESSERSMITH I n,, cre. H. Aycattseron.4ROOM R. 1. RED FRYERSLlve or dress
MISSION STORY TO GROUP I
ed. Free delivery In city Photo
home mission meeting
1 Oth /PNMllt were Mrs. Geo The Ladies' Aid Society of the I public HOUSE and lot out of\1 S33-M. McEwea Poultry Plant.
will be held In the Florida City
.W.' TurnerJ'J*.. Mrs Don Parker Redland Community Church met town. $500.00 cash H. A. Cameron ,

Jof...-WI Lr:: Rheney Mn. Frank at the home of Mn. F. W. Still- Free Methodist! Church Mn.Sunday E. A. I jnll tf) :'FRYERS Reds, rocks or whites,
night when the pastor I
'SNUI laer. Mr Fred Redd. MnWm. man last week. Mn. Geo. E. alive or dressed. T. B. Grantham,
'f. Geronimo and harlotte Deuel the president gave the I'' Warren holds her farewell service 5 ACRES avocados and 5 acres Homestead Fia. (jet U)
for
before her departure No
Geronimo. Scriptural reading and presided scarified land. $2000.00 cash.
during the business session. Mrs.: Godeffroy N. Y., to visit her moth-I building This Is simply a gift MISCELLANEOUS

W. M. ft CIRCLES HOLD Anna Messenmith read a small er. Later she will attend several H. A. Cameron. Jnll tf) I
in the north and
THEIR JUNE MEETING book, "Congo Crosses," which was camp meetings TREE1 If excess acid causes you
return to Florida for the conference e-ROOM frame house, new shingle
A. meeting of the circles of the written by I missionary from Af- In Lake Worth Aug. 10-21 root, all city Improvements; Here stomach ulcers, gas paint, Indigestion -

W. M. S. of the Homestead Meth- ground, 38 bearing avocados heartburn belching
rica.Punch
and cookies were served When Mrs Warren and her bloat'nr n.uaM. get free sample
odist Church was held Tuesday 18 limes, variety of miscellaneous -
afternoon at the home of Mn. A. by Mrs. Stillman. daughter Jeredeen. leave Monday fruits, price $1800.'I' doctor' pre cription, Udga, at

R. Moye, with Circle One as hos Present also were: Mrs. Geo. W. they will be accompanied by Mrs. Can sell on terms $700 cash balance I Dixie Drug. (pm7-Jy23)

tess. The members voted to go J Turner Sr., Mrs H. J. Armstrong, Naomi Dana who has visited at $30 per month. This is out'

In a body to the prayer service Mn. Geo. W. Turner Jr., Mn. the Warren home since February. of the city. An excellent pur i! PIANO TUNING aria wo &
Methodist will Good used piano for area CheapW.
The Free pulpit
which the Rev. A. A. Koestline Wayne Calkins, Mn. ThomasBrewer
chase. H. A. Cameron (Jnll U)
this I Eo Moon. I15 N.W.3iaStWANTED
and be filled by substitutes sum.
would conduct before his departure Miss Kstell Turner
for his new pastorate In Lake .the Rev. C. G. Nelson. mer. 10 ACRES fine fruit land, on oiled

Wales.Mn., road; nicely located, close to I I

Leo L Poyser, the president SILVER PALM W. M. V On the Move I neighbor 12 nice coconut palms. WANTED Good housekeeper

announced that a cabinet TO MEET THURSDAYThe "So Jim and Alice got married'I Has been partly In grove $45: Cook Phone Mr, O. B. Parker,

meeting will be held In the Sunda/ Woman' Missionary Society and are settling down" per acre cash. I 341 1. jn IS)

school building Sunday afternoonat of the Silver Palm Church "No they bqught a tr.IIer.- ,.sees I

2 o'clock to prepare reports forth will hold its June meeting at 2:30: I 20 ACRES, of which S acre are WANTED TO BUY- Mangoes all

state missionary board. o'clock Thursday afternoon In the 1 1I glade balance pine land. About kind of tropical fruit and produce .
I I 279 neglected trees-gnpefrult, S. Rosen, T
Mrs. S E. Livingston gave the church. Ex.GROVE sugar cane.
Scriptural reading which was fol- oranges and tanerlnean be E. 135th street, New York City

Iow ed- b1' sentence prayers BibleIt1307bli WOODMEN'S CIRCLE MOLDS I reclaimed. ".150. Can make I (P ly 2)
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( I"* book "A Radiant GRADUATION CEREMONYA I some terms.
THEATRE WANT TO RENT furnished
IL A. CAMERON
Phone 73
which It based on Paul's Junior graduation ceremonywas
east DROVE: house by year. Inquire at Lead-
COCONUT
the Philllplans, wag conducted I held for Miss Louise Pacetti 10 ACRES pine land 660 feet frontage er-EnterprU office.
) by 11.... George Ran on.I Thursday by the local Woodmen's Shows 7 and 0 Admission tic on south side Epmore I

I During the',social hour sand- Circle At Its close she was presented Matinee Sat and San., tOo I adjoining Seaboard drlve'l; LEGAL NOTICE

fcicheVand tea were served! I with a gin from the circle a to 4P.No. per acre H. A. Cameron llome- _

Present besides those named The group's next meeting, June I' stead Phone 72. (Jn 4 tf). ; IH THE 1I1t."IT COURT OP THC
JI OI'IAL rlRIKIT IN
were,; Mr. O. L Showalter, Mn.' 24 will be the last until Sept 9. I .I AND aXKVtNTN FOR DADa COUNTY' KUHIIKANo.

J. A! McNelll Mn. D. L. Bowen I i SOIL. Man, Jane 10, 21 : FOR SALE Modern 7-roora HIM.

JnBE?J.P acetti, Sr.. Mrs. Vivan SACRED HEART CLUB : house In desirable residential MARSHALL aMITH IWfrndifit.ounitR SMITH. Pl.lnUff. M A'.IC&I
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ioo4h,"loin. Bert O. Branch, Mrs. HOLDS BENEFIT PARTY RICHARD DIX CHESTER section of Homestead; nice lawn :I pod PUBLICATION

i :. M. Gibbs. Mn. C. D. Faker.! Prize winners at the Sacred MORRIS, DOLORES DEL RIO I with fruit trees. Phone S28-M TO KNOWN At. ('t" )I. SMIlHi (KUIDICN):R: VN.

.Irs L. MJjBrtdges, Mrs E. S. Caplinger Heart Club benefit card party In In I or write P. O. Box 493, Homestead I Tau on sobs miulrod to aoooai ,.. UK

Mn. S.:S. Collins of West,I the club's building Friday evenIng I Fla. (ml4tf) row Bill ol lo Conplolal'ho Downs oirlod fur dlrara COIOM filed.. to....sib.*

Palm Beach, Miss Helen Uvln were W. C. Ewing Frank "DEVIL'S PLAYGROUND" : A D list Mhorwloi lk ,.!.
-1 MODERN HOME, two bedrooms Imask.4 .14) Kill will be take M ....,.
jon'uil Miss Jennie LobdelL Belts, Mrs. J. S Horton and Mrs NICE'' ,-'lot......
i batH and sleeping porchFaces I. THIS ORDER to he publl.bd I. the

LEGAL NOTICES Tue, Wed., Jane 22, 23 east nice roomy screened- dm.Et..peW, of Humottood. PVir.
..... tnr four onaoMutlv woHio
.. I In front porch with furniture and DATED Ma 26. A. D IMtB. .
"
1\ i NOTICE JAMES DUNNIn garage. $2,500. Cash or ternu. I B. LRATHERMAN: Dlxrknl
Iko llrroM) Inrl
)'alk. fc OHD, .1... Dot the followlar *-.rIWd blub or M mush thoroo i BIT M. SWIPT, Dtontr CWrtret. g
4111 f* sees rr to par the amount duo for NARANJA DRAINAGE DISTRICT<< UM SIX ROOM HOUSE three bedrooms ct *...iilullrtton .
for >h. roar IUS. train' M ovmritr to the MM. _..... with root of dark .... and WE HAVE OUR MOMENTS"Than CARR a CARR
ad.ortk laf.. will b* told at public .pets,. .. Monday. Iho ttk day of July, A. D. HIT I and bath. Nice large too plaintiff.
f' too hour of It ......_ n_. at the aortk door of tko Dodo Count Com _. la tko rooms. Faces south on prominent IMay SS. JaM 4. II, IIINOTKR ?tit.
"I lWof Miami, State of FIor...... I I
D.wNpt/ka ace Iw. ... a. Name Total T. Fri Jane 24, tJ street Extra large,roomy screen- I I or APPI.ITATION VON TAX '
MIAMI LAND' j
Dn-nOPIII"'T' CO. ed-In porch. $1,300 cash. Dtp.nRoaaw
A Bob, Plot 6-.a a. Peru It 18 If II II I I ( Hill No. '") '
I II to I .. .... lir M ..._. ..... I 1< MiSuMllo ANN HARDING and BASIL 0-0 I I ion
S ot "' :ivrrortlon.l .._. I II 44S O ... Nellie f. Coffrintl. See )MOTIC t* HLRKBr GIVKlfhot ,
: d ._ ._.. tf 4* 4.,Coo. 1. Print 41 W RATHBOVE: la LorilU II...... koMw of State oad CVioMrT.I
N 114-- 14 SI 40tough Dado Parr; IIM. 4U HENRY B1HRENS or BENJ. W..1 I Cortlfloou No. SHIS toraod t.H S>dIn
MIAMI LAND J, DKVILOPMRNT CO. MORRIS, north of ten-cent store ot A......t, D. IMI low filed MOM
Seduh-s... Pl.t B saa I, r_ It IS II MI. I "LOVE FROM 4.1 la aw ." .... and kao Mado awlloiUoii
L-t!! at II. Stack L _._ MUaa I. PMword. II." on Krome venue. Phone No. 1( for a Ua oood lo ko U.i.d alePaid ,
(lla-nod. ) HAYES WOOD. ''Cortlflrolo .oaionooi she folknrlM d.o>Hh.id ,
u .. "tt" *** Ceonlf.r.'II-, I A STRANGER"LEGAL anwrnr Mi tko Coullly of I>od>. KloWof
<. 16. t|| July t). Dado Cowtr. Florida, lowHilu
Buy a Home la. Klork., i;. RraHr ....,....WCora.
NOTICE I Coroaol Anno, Plot I Hook S vowS
\ a : Buy Grove Land i $ la tko County of Hod BUM; ot
Nair 10 bo..by "54.. tint the 10-w. .se d..n.d I..do. ,r III .."..h tbrr.d welll'Cs NOTICENOTICE PlorWa.Tko .
a.o..a.w a sm the .mros.t due fay GOVLDI DRAINAGE DISTRICT tea.b. Buy Glade Land I imiiiiooat ot rid Broiiortir aaoWUW
Via "Sims. sew opemite a out re% ta2.tb. whb -ax two who end said oMMkala hoard wao to .... waged
advaltta r.r; r.. sold at polls mustys o. Monday, the ath day d J":' A. 0. 1927.at or APPLICATION POR TAt' It to firm belief hat hit'- taiak AI....
11Io Maur ot Is .'.... _. at tbe north dose ot Ibo Dade County cows slows, \a tbo DEED my I Ualroo ooM ortttfloola own W --
tt/ro MJ.., ..... at riorMa. Matter to ......* >oa that D. LoBoroaPorrliM. er price are tanmlMit .. aooordlo to law UM ._, _..
.L Daum".s, 'w. .,.. w Name Total! Too knldor oo aoilaaoo of City of Mk I IMl .. 1koifa will W now to tko kkrkrol MavVr
IJII'W MIAMI eA DEN*. a ..... ... Tot CortKInU Noaikorod 4M. d u. ,,_ II _. ... I. M 40 41k .. of Jalr. A. D. I.... low tlWd Dent wait Monday Ia UM month of July. IMT *klrkli
1 w 4 slwla a .._ "."..... a. Rolf_. ... 4 I 41 saw Cortlfkjato la .r "otflor aad koo ajadokllrolioa new.Team DM otfc dor of Johr, 1111.I .
01 T M S Ihxk .. .. ,..._ L Malf-rq ... .. for tan dew to Woe tkorooaaeooraaaoi Bay I Dead.... Ntk day of M.". IMIC. ,
1as.e1.ekSaS Is with law laid Cortlfbalobroooi thank BM for this sglestlra S. RATHKRMAN, I
I I Blwk4. tko ,.._ drorrlbd proaont I j Clork ot 4mM O>mlDoor I
I I to f, Btork 7 otttonod Dodo Covaly. Florida ra-wki l a few months beme Gnats rkvldaCUo.lt I
to o S. T. S, Blork' ..- Lot t. S. CaMlllaa CowL Plot 'I Coart Soat.Hf .
J'
All Tree I P> .J. __ .-.....- a. HdbA r II 4t nook 11. ..... ST. fa tko Cite ot Mt.oil. H A. CameronNATURQLGAS N. C. aTKRRKTT. n CU1 j
UM e to s. Btark a.-.. o, J. Cbrk tupb. Eel. County ot Dodo. Santo of PlorUa.Tko I IMar ... J- i. II. I
Y ff. tea d Gees Let; I H a 40 10 W. J. Vick. w on u: muomrt 81-' under .
N .to. bet.811\: d sly .CNEi4 II It" 1 W. J. York. at q._ u. tko oaM Contfknt k>ood woo .. UM moor I 1- ,

Ntb W%:: :.d Ey,d\ .hwS :: :: N 1b. r. :: :.Cx'i ..._.1._. 1m o( Uaka a.-Mdioaiid ra. Unkoo aooordliw said a>Cortlflralookan law. tai J. T. TOMERLIN \

ty, 81 N d "J" wltllot NW'" II II' 4oIS .. .. cu.ld ._ 9.96 deed will low r.'i TRANSFER
t : wets of July. A. D. ';
: u"l'E:
%
' f 'P; of sitof ....... Dotod this lath dor of Lao. A. D IMt I'CrUISOR TO R C. MVRPIirFrelfht
'' ... NEe eI 8CIA ot NEi as M M I' A. M. winau .. t.II L R. tBATHIKMAN Woo* Shaving. f
.'../ BE. dos 54dNty' .. I. N 10 I' A. M. WU...... :192 Ckrk of clients Covers Qvlrk, 8 fe-Not Expensive Dirt,
1"ot U" ) 11-\ h at .. DDix" .. '.1' pad Coont, riort.0' I eta Mashed ,
Ui.-d) 'rr AILS ;=: Nana Ooarf aVal.B D. Lyon, HeaaestesJ Can IUH.Ie"
Stan .... r'at'e 'rid' Cello. H. c rrpRRrrr, t> eattai. .Virgil.. ; ., .. . I
fI-..... .......' .,.. .._- -..... 11016,04 oft. ."*"" I *k> a *. ojMR i*

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Eight __ TEE_LFADER ENTERPRISE Friday June 18, 1987

SONMCHSEN! "Crimeless Wave" Ends

With Sidewalk Fight I Del Monte Del Monte

(Continued From Pages Ont) tedium
form which It used for that put The sequence of Mometoad'
po**," Sonnlctien declared. "I "crlmeleW wave, which has Lut Coffee 0 e
really thought the Incident closed, ed nearly a month without ingle Prunes
in view. of my yean of service. ease docketed trial in municipal
and was astounded when the warrant court: was broken Wednesday Vacuum t ;
Came through for my arrest morning, when Ira John of "kid Pack Ap. 2lb.
two week later napping" notoriety and Fred + +
Postmaster Livingston declined I Noble,local polio court repeater, L pkg.
to make any statement regarding) staged a sidewalk fight boat acrossthe lb. for
At situation, saying it wa entire I street from the city hall.
ly in the hand of the postal in Noble claimed John called him
out of*parked car to"talk'to him". 27 19c
spector The veteran postal clerk WM The conversation then 4GI1tilted FRIDAY & SATURDAY CASH SPECIALS
arrested last Monday morning by of a hard right to Noble eye and
special agent of the poatottioa de- a abort tussle from which John NEW WJUTE COBBLER
emerged unscathed: after kyatanden
partment. Mid was given a pre-
Umhury bearing/ before Roger E. had separated the pair. Arrested Jhs.
Officer G Irish Potatoes 10
Davis, United State commissioner by Soiling Dye 2Sc
later released under
they were fit
In Miami who released Urn on
bond to await trial before Mayor
bond after Sonnlchxn bad
guilty cf misusing fund PI.ad.dJA Tom Harris in city court tonight. Pure Gold, plain or Self Rising S-lb. bag ................................ %3c
A war veteran and ad-
jutant of Homestead paR of the More Pupils Are Wanted F LOU R 10-lb. bag .. 44c204b. '
nlchwa Veteran has of been Foreign in portal Wan service Son- For Free :Music Classes } : bag ...:.=:=:.::=::::::::::::::: 79c '

for nearly IS )'eara. He was
transferred from Pawhusky, Okla.,' Unless rn"'re pupil report for ANY BRAND.
to the Homestead potlottlce In, the free lessons in piano playing I '
1031 and purchased I home la' which Mn Alice Ruth Whitney MILK Tall Cans 3 for Z.c ,
Florida City when he resides. of Miami federal music worker ,
about a year ago I II giving here each Wednesday
I
Ii afternoon the classes will cease, Fine Granulated
i Mr Whitney tai4 this week.
Shooting of MarauderJustified Classes are held from U30 till

Jury Holds I 1.30 School in auditorium the Neva each King Wednesday Cooper- SUGAR bUlk, 5 Ib5. Z5c

Robert Griffin Homestead negro, afternoon.
nicknamed "China,1 Wit exonerated
for the fatal hooting of Ernest Del Monte Seedless Standard
Ingram ta the negro section of the MEAT 'DEPT
* RAISINS Garden Peas .
city Saturday night at the coroner'sInquest :
.
, eonducted by Peace Jut-
i tic O. B. Sutton In Coral Cable Com or Hearin
We4ntada,. The verdict cf the pkg .._. IDe Brookfield
Jury wa Justifiable homicide. I E No. 2 tans Country RoB
Testimony .of several witnesses 3 for 29c
Del 'fonte Florida .
I developed that Ingram tenant of -- BUTTER
I room in Griffin' lodging house,
wu caught in the act of breakinginto Grapefruit Juiee Dry
an adjoining atoreroom bjr lb. ,. ... -....-.. 37c
Griffin,who hot Ingram while the'' 46 25c B.E.PEAS
oz. tan .
latter wa attempting to -
after attacking'his landlord.escape, 3 lbs. . 25c Good Western Round
General
Ingram died a lew hour later in
Kendall tio t>itaL Griffin wa PRODUCE Baby Lima STEAK \
arrested by Police Chief O. M Sullivan Public Utilities
and George W Hardie, third BEANS lb. 25c
district Constable, and was taken u .
} direct to the county jail to await homestead Phone IDI-M Large Firm ,3 Ibs. for 25c
{ remit Of the inquett. Western Beef

LETTUCE Fancy ICE Blue Rose Chuck Roast !


t I II 2 heads __ 15c 5 lbs. u u u 29c lb. .. 23c

Ga. Cling j
Red Kidney
r Boneless Pot Roast

BEEF ;.

3 . .... .. .. ... 29c .;

Jumbo Pink bleat Heinz' Assorted I<1 killed ,:

, iwinte.ZQIING 1 Cantaloupes SOUPS l<

1 1I PARENTS 2 for .. _ 25c 2 large cans 25e m. ..u u'_ 35c

II Certified Dill
Golden Ripe PICKLES Rindlesl: sliced

with moderate means and agrowing Bananas BACON ,
family to come in and quart. ... 19c
I learn about the FHA Plan of paying 3 Jbs. n..u 12c lb. ..I--- SSe
4i for a home out of income. Phillips

';; Naturally]) you want t(). raise your Fresh Juicy Pork and Beans Local Dressed

,j children in the happiest, healthiest Persian Limes 16 oz. cans Stewing lIens

I..' environment possible: A home with 2 for . 13c

sunny, airy sleeping quarters; per dol. .. 1St lb -- ..::."" 29c
rooms for play and study, and Sunburst

grounds to romp in. Fresh White Bartlett Pears Sw t'. Circle s'

In some cases up to 80 percent of Cauliflower No. 22 can 19c Picnic
Hams.
the cost of Just such a home may
be financed with an FHA Insured Edttemont 25c
lb. IOe lb. ..
Mortgage-and for .-- u ..--. \
paid monthly S31ACKS

..-... See just us like about rent.remodeling loans, up New Crop Texas large .. .. ._. 17C Wisconsin Cream ,

to &OOQ) with 36 months to pay.No ONIONS KInK Taste Cheese :;

i **.r' mortgage necessary.W.D.HorneCo.. 31bs.. ..__.. ..12e Mayonnaise or lb _.. .__ 25c ."

New Crop Relish Erltd Cats -

YAMS U.plnt ---- 16e Perk Chopsr

Frank L. Skill, Owner PInt ....... .............. 2.fc '
11 N.Ki,eme,1<. Ave... Phone M7-J I 511.-. ....._. 23C Quart .._...._ 47e 'lib ........ __. <28C< rPage
Mflki; IM ; !1I71iIN11E:11:! ; : HIM: K1111717; I
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