The leader-enterprise
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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 25, 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: UF00087294:00129
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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si! t.1t THE LEA"Jwj En" r Ei NTE n' FRO IS'1rnJA


C. OF C. VOTES Action on Buildings in Alley Waits 'IWORK RUSHED TO IMPROVE

i. 'I On Written Opinion of City Attorney

- TOSPONSOR Deposition of the buildings that;ibe I .Ud'the original dedication ut SHINGPOOLFACILITIES{ I

,obstruct the public alley tamed-- a 15 toot alley al accepted by the

" lately west ef Krom avenue, be I City through ordinance T. of Nov.

,itween Howry and N. W. First,I I*. 1111.

i"I GUIDEBOOK 'streets awaits the :advice at city Buildings affected by the ooun- i AFTER VISIT OF INSPECTOR

s Attorney Ira C. Haycock, who was ell'i declared intention of removing

3cIc Instructed by the city council Monday I private encroachments upon public ,

night la prepare a written ------
property Include those occupied
I opinion aito the cfty'i legal tightto i by the J W. English printing plant ma t4'EASYRaft61
i iJ iJ iP id
of Red Screened Doors
Every Community Drinking
enforce removal of the
land District to Be litructlont.j ton's Department Store and Home ....-t "_. WPM"", rm4d. Fountain, Added Shower

"Covered" j This action followed council acceptance stead Hardware Company, all 01 Date IMaxiMtD'' Fail ...... Scheduled
of a revised plat of Wat which project from 4 feet to 4 fee
June 18 .. I 8. 1 11 tlo..tt! .I,
i I bridge Addition, recently ..-.ur- 6 Inche*'In the alley. Two con
Pens 81
WORK TO BE DONE BY II .1 I I 89 1$0,87;
WRITERS ,vcyed by A. R. Livingston, Homestead crete pilasters In the rear of the, June 20 _. I II 1 11 I 1 1r OPENING STILL SET
LOCAL: WPA civil engineer The plat
theatre building and one pllaste
June 21 1 71 .
J A7
|was ordered to be recorded and at the northeast corner of the Odd; June 23 .-.I'1 03 :1 67 :: :, :;: FOR FOURTH OF JULY

Chamber Rotes and Lions(tiled upon the recommendation ot Fellows building also encroach,
June 23 .. ,180 I 7' ,,119.00,
To Stand Expenseof I! Mr Haycock, who told the council slightly on the public right-of-wsj,, June 2. .. .-186 1 73 119.1', .28
he had searched the courthouse the survey shows.Appointment !Pool Cftnunittee\ to Meet
Printing ; records thoroughly and found to
of a manager for Skill Proves Tonight to Recommend
I : Worthy I
the municipal swimming
Work on the Redland District deferred to an adjourned As= Of His Name as Angler Manager
edition of the American Guide series 3,812 LIMEADES :
of the council next Monday nigh t
is due to start shortly under
the sponsorship of the Redland by Mayor Tom J. Harris, actlni: When Frank L. Skill brought a Application to the state board of

District Chamber of Commerce, IN 3 WEEKS SOLD president In the absence of Councilman ISO-pound Jewfish into Homestead hcaltji for a permit to open the

which has been assured of the Cooperation -I Joe Burton. Four sppll a few evenings ago, he had every pool was submitted by the city

of the Rotary and Lion BY Ml AMI STOREBoosting cations for the position were referred reason to be proud of his skill.* an
Wednesday to S. D. MacCrcady of
Club la compiling the volume to th* council pool committee angler. Jewflih, of course, often
of Councilmen West Palm Beach board of health
Vorabe action on the project grow to much larger proportion,
was taken at a general membership Frank R. Ru, Henry Brooker, Jr., but it is seldom that one of that I inspector who spent the greater
of South Dade's Per-
meeting of the chamber Wednesday son lima industry by Miami merchants (Continued on Peg Two weight la caught on a 90-pound part of the. day Inspecting the tank
I test band line Mr Skill and his
board of dl-
night, when the
did not end with the clot and bath houses. According to
rectors was authorized: to enter Into Th i companion. E. S. Caplinger, were Gordon Ivey, superintendent
of Persian Lime Week. Red NO IMMEDIATE power plant -
I using this light tackle in the expectation
is contract with the Works Progress
C Cross Drug Store has Win payingIts who accompanied the inspector
Administration that calls for the fountain clerk a bonus on each of landing a "mess" of on his tour, tile state laws
employment of local writers to prepare I INCREASETOBEMADEINPATROl snapper from the concrete abutt
d drink to push Persian limes to Its require the following addltloni to
the t ment at Channel 3 on the Keys
the material! for guide e customers, and during the three present facilities:
when the jewtUh struck the hook.
WPA for labor.
expense week which ended Saturday night: Replacement of door to shower
Under the agreement, the cham. After some 20 minutes of strenuous
the store's fountain -'
drug department
under.. maneuvering, the fish was drawnto rooms with screens an additional
ter of is tohimwc Will later '
sold 3.813 limeades made with
shower bath Instillation 'Of a
shallow water, where It took
take to finance the printing) and I ,
the the Redland District fruit.
There is immediate drjnklcg fountain, provision of a
C prosperef three to and it
men land
/Il..4i !:!bu\ u CJt",jbebooklet: which Th fountain and'teilaurantjSfthe : **ttTWW 'j carry Bfebuty *MMher life Saving'
. Ji MSBTeduW to contain apages ** .IpfreaftaiJh} < ,scurf dMiW'fe-* wxffing tar", apparatus err
." { profusely illustrated. Rough I Red Cross has been featuring', $ road piftroFlo affifhll>ro Ikwtfugh cleaning of floor

Persian lime pi*. Persian Urn sherbet i lection on South Dade highways I and walls and removal of present
estimates the coat of publication
Persian Urn freeze and other,, but the present county unit 01 coating of paraffin wax paintingof
from '700 to $1,000 IS- DADE
range ,I Persian lime products since thecooperation 1 four deputies from the thrrifl'i! 3-incn; transverse black linen on
000 copies of the edition A. large
of Miami merchant office will be retained until the the fmor of the pool at Intervalsof
of this initial expense will brepaid < :
. part of In marketing the South Dade product board of county commissioner LAUDED not less than W feet, and the
by sal of enough topics
the booklet through various com- was asked. X B. Freeland, and budget board agree: upon a seaang of the present 3-inch: intake -
. president of the company that operates plan to finance an extension ot this! pipe at the north end
rnerclal channels at a retail prtcadequate < IN AG. MAGAZINE
to cover the' eott. j the drug tore, I* I director I service in the new budget, County Arrangement arc being made by
ot that Miami Chamber of Cora- Commissioner J. D. Redd said
Decision to sponsor the project: : yes the city and the pool executive

followed a recent conference between mere I terday. committee to fulfill all of the**
chamber officials and Mrs On Wednesday: of this week a'' "There art four deputies assigned National recognition ot DitdeCoWlt"a requirement without delay In or-
I Trances Miner of Miami district I I display of Persian limes and distribution to traffic duty in various of institution progressive which growers had its der to avoid any possible hold up

supervises of the federal writers of recipe and other Per.' part ot the county. Frank N. Ir- an the District In the issuance of a permit Mr.
in Rdlan4
. ., project of the Works Progress Ad, sian lime information was startedat win. grove patrolman Is ooverinith origin Homestead this week In Ivey said.
the Red Cross and will be continued south end, end the other three reached
t jnimstratioa. The following synopsis the form of a leading article in the A meeting of the general pool
of the contents of the Red- through Saturday night take care of the Greater MIami current issue of the Extension commute will be held tonight In
land District Guide, as proposed Mrs. Alva Lee and Miss Elinor area and the north end," Mr. the city hall to consider recommendation
Service Review, a monthly pub-
condense Payne are volunteer workers In Redd said. "Although the board ot to
by Mrs. Miner gives a lication of the V S. Department of a pool manager
I 'JJ 'idea of its historical and publicity charge of the exhibit, which was !Intended some Urn ago to reduci Agriculture. the city council.

value: prepared.by the Florida Avocado this fore through the summer Commenting on the value of this The opening of the pool has beenset
. 3 list Penian Lima Growers, under months, we have decided since to'
j 1. Foreword; 3, preface; :1 land national publicity, Charles H.Steffan for July Fourth
the supervision of<< Manager C G. Intact"
ef map* and illustrations; 4, general keep the present line-up !. county agent, said yesterday ,
Calderwood. of another
Information & word picture The question adding
; that he I* only ore of some
of district; 9, natural setting, topography Officer to the patrol unit forMal spe.. three thousand county agent Stolen Auto and Driver

,., eta service south of Miami, thereby Seized Scarborough
climate, geology, : Free WP&Instruction : throughout the United States to receive by
, 7, flora and fauna t, historydistrict ol restoring the winter status tit \
this magazine, which also
In Instruments
i Including brief stories ol String: the patrol, is being held In abeyance .: to thousands of other Roosevelt Miami negro, 1
goes many :e'io !
pioneer days; 9, communities ol during the absence from the, agricultural extension: workers, was bound the criminalcourt
the district and history: of each Including In response to a request froM board of Commissioner Lamar both state and federal; and through of cordmdtI' |}00 bond I
Homestead, Goulds, Florida Homestead, Joe Astoria t member PaKSon, whose district also I* affected -, who given I preliminary hearing '
Red, Of the federal theatre orchestra and who should be consulted -, them has a widespread circulation Ken-
Princeton, L.
City Naranja before Peace Justice S. ;
of the
In the farming industry nation -
and Sllvei, will come to Homestead one-half in the matter before the exexpense of '
land Peters Perrine j drink on Tuesday for posulon
. Palm; 10, growth and developmenlof tto)' a week or more if necessary,I I Ia authorized. Mr Rd: The article which lauds what a stolen utomobil H* was arrested I
give lessons In the playing ot
;1" Industries; II, agriculture; IS: Instruments banjo explained. Mr. iteffMDI term "a fine piece of! early Sunday morning by
cultural life; 13, points of interest:, stringed constructive work," read as follows Unstable J. M. Scarborough on I
It, automobile tour of district; IS,, guitar, mandolin and Ukulele. He Phones of Florida City ; suspicion) after tile officer noticed I
will have ItCWI in harmonica
chronology; 14, bibliography that the car was Illegally parked '
playing, Plan. Officials Discontinue]: Tamers of Dad County; Fl-,
may wen be proud 'Of their wholesale MI the highway: near Goulds and !
Negro held Since' toll 1* a federal music
reversed. The
Homestead aIN had its tag
market whichred
] co-operative
Telephones Of the town marshal I IDeiJ'O
project there will t* DO charge forth Cd to the wood but was I
For Reckless Drhing and the tows clerk were I they have operated successfully in
lessons Mr. Astoria's training t
discontinued b.1tie Florida Cit y Miami since January' 0, 1936. LiteIn captured bt Scarborough
has been of the best, and he has
Point I
Graham of Slack
error reckless driving under the organized and conducted orchestras council Tuesday night! In the latereat .183S the Dade County Farmers' Charles

influence of liquor, Calvin Black, in Coral Gables and West Palm ot "economy"For CoperaUv Marketing Association after a long chase i

Homestead negro,was remanded to, Beach. tea yean telephones haw, with a jnembershia of 165 When Reese was brought toHomestead '

, J the court of crimes under$200 bond been maintained by the town In I farmers, organized this unique Jail the constable I
by peace Justice 6. L. Kendrick al t Those Interested are asked to th* residences Of these two official market< to sell their own produce.: learned that the sedan which was I

Ji a preliminary hearing Tuesday Hi come to New King Cooper School *for the safety and,convenient, "This co-operativ marketing as- Mixed at the Sam time, answered i

was arrested Sunday by Po liceat, auditorium Wednesday afternoon of the taxpayers There I* no telephone sociatlon bought ITVi acre of lands the description of a ear broadcasts I

Chief O. H. Sullivan and Patrolman -. 1 o'clock.Since at the town hall as tx' on two concrete highways and with stolen a few hour earlier TIle J

Bowling G Dye. torn pupils who have ann. offices are maintained there. Tin! railroad trackage The association negro confessed that he had opened g

{; In the ass a court Judge Instruments saving will amount fe approximately -, has rocked and oiled I acre the locked: automobO with a skeleton -

: drlck tonunttted Duke Young, six dollars a month. of land and has built a covered key and bad driven It away

i'r other negro t* court of crimei, recondition any discarded instrument The council also adopted an ordinance -! abed 8M .feet long and S3 test from the residence of Its owner,

under $100 bond for trial on I, that ma/ be donated for vacating the office of any wide which provides shelter lor Joseph Wagner, employ of a

chart of being drunk on the public -. this work.Mrs. :. councilman who absents hlmsellIro 110 truck stalls. Spec 1* provided Miami laundry, to whom the car

highway" near Porcine. Yours Alice Ruth Whitney will three consecutive meeting, also for 140 open stalls which will was restored. Reese had ft key

was arrested Sunday night by continue with her classes in piano without a leave of absence or without be covered later At cost "I ting holding 14 make of ear keys

Constable J ).t Scarborough. instruction sit the aiM time reasonable excuse (Continued on Page Two) a ,,.j possession when arrested.te .


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Page Two THE LEADEU-ENTERPRISE Friday, June 26,

r N _____ TEAM STANDINGSWon\ Lawrence Scott Is helping Frank .
a I Lot Pet., ALLEY ACTION !! N Irwin and J. R. Dorsey In the MARKET

DIAMOND BALL Horn ._._ B 4 .ella popular boot building department

Broker .. .19 5 CM W the school

-. Burton .. 6 9 .400 held FrousLPhg* 0Iae;) A please supper for the parents I (Continued From Page One)
Men' : S 8 :.186 Behj. W: MortV the association
Shop Bible $64,000
and Mend of the vacation has con jttructed
19 to 3 Score Gives The applicants Include) TKeA J Mhoot pupils win mark the close I a large cement stucco office

Two UM Insist. ...... MMMM tbn.I. Bitter, athletic director of Homestead of the term next Friday. The sup, building with restaurant mil

Home RevengeOver M ktttl, KtoR_.O c........ .MnTOTMT I.r.. schools and former pool manager per, to bo held on the lawn of the i toilet facilities elactrle lights, tel 3
al bow M talk ffi' Cto
L. Brooker of Miami
.._ .. c._ 4, Mnrk MI krl Ctealnw C. church at 830: win be followedby : graph, telephone, and a large real /
Brooker TeamBy 4. C._ ll, ntmmi ahnww, M. ......... Beach Thomas Brooker, Jr., exhibit and at I announcing speaker to contact
an ;
o. c........ ( mil.Ortfmmitt McKee. program
Homestead and Arthur
.... In the market.
a U"_, Cabs I p-m. I anyone

I MOT of It to I in IU favor, OA ;;-411104.644 So Ir WI At the suggestion of Councilman Ii i "During the first four month*'] r
W. D. Horn Co. obtained sweet ...."..... I" 4 I SWlMn" .4 W I 5Palo& i Rut who thought "the people) who of this co-cperUve
the Brooker Lumber' 8b. 4 IIH..... IkPrwW I 1Kde.rA raised the fund for completion oJ Former Residents Here I enterprise
revenge over
4 '| Ik I I I $1,600.000 worth of farm produce
i Co. diamond ball team Wednesday ITBMM 4 1 sr!KtMi4 rf I I the pool should have a voice in the Injured In Keys CrashMrs. was old at t cost of two-fifth of
.. I
light for I terrible beating last Skf.mrMI a 1 for uimclIIMrtl 0 election of a manager the council -
i I a M a 0 one per cent for operating ex' ,
year when Brcoker cored a landslide Rd IKSullln.: IkIIHrnM a e 1 group will confer Jointly with Ninety cent of the:
Vlhkw f* 1 the general swimming pool com- V. R. HUM and her five- pense per
The Brooker boys
victory. : : : :
HIM .1 .: ,Xiilllnn; cI market produce was IJ"OWIb, the
mad I total of II error N_ .1 '''w.,.. p I mittee at a'meeting In the city hall year old son, former resident of farmer of Dade County. Approx..

MatUon was the batting star for ,, -,Alphas. !. I !....! at eight o'clock tonight. Homestead who now' reside at 1497 Imately 500 truck patronized the;,
3 and | Reversal of the Cordoza avenue, Coral Cable,
Home, getting two doublet SS aa a4 present positions market during this period. The
two ingles out of lour times at .- 4 e 'I" *-* of street and parkways along N. J:. were Injured when their car overturned opening day there were 98 com d
bat. J. B. Clonlnger, Gene Camp. Br..kir ... 4 I e t *-. Ninth street wa requested in a m a ditch four mile north mission truck and 99 farmers'

ben and Elmer Sullivan hit home Tw UM Ares B. ,.11I_. Oraraw..... petition signed by owner of property of Tavernler yesterday afternoon.The market t
truck at the October
a,.. UM bits, Klur Cu.....11 : horn child lie In Post Graduate By ]
run. "...I MelMinM! ...... INW.I .......... | abutting that thoroughfare, the marketing association had anj tf
In comparatively tame II.",.'.... do..b1e. .1.", .........II.ia..... who wish to remove the parkway hospital a critical condition from
a fame enrollment of 183 member, and
Vlhlm-MiiD.iiM. N.N.U.B. Buill... loss of blood occasioned by severe I tr
from the center to the side of the f
the Men'a Shop ten whipped Bur- kw. _
.5 kmlta off w. I. N. the market had grown with the)
lon'i Department Store 8-4. Both tlr.rk ml kjrt N.bon I: .mni Bbkols. 'I street for later beautification pur- head Injuries. Mrs. Hus wa painfully linen... of 48 additional loan
Vlkkm, Harrh O Bnlllvii. W.too.. The referredto but not seriously hurt.
Melton Burton'i pitcher and Umplmi ....her&. Wtbfc. pose petition was farmen truck A warehouse and r
Cave, the Men' Shop a committee composed of Councilmen Driving to meet her husband, cold forage and repacking.lulU-

pitched good ball. Rudolph Cowman hit a home Morris, Rue and Webb. who if testing engineer on the I I ties will be added to take can ot)

I tWlrler'1 run In the seventh Inning with one Councilmen J. G. Wynn, Rue and Oversea Highway project and was the surplus produce."
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II. .11 e N I
MIMratU, IfEnnki a IIHwrfc IkI man on base and Horn won from Morris were named a* a committeeto expected to arrive from Key Weston
t ,"_ !b. 4 Ik Burton', 4-3, Friday night In a Investigate I request submittedby the ferry, Mrs. Hus said she I
....... .... I I siC.su11h.6 cf 1 en.C..p I forced off the road In keep that tore cool on the hottest?
hard-fought game A. R. behalf cf driving
t Livingston on was
II 0b 4 I I Klnu4 rfI I of
111N.11 It 44 I homered for Burton's. St. John' Episcopal ChurchI 1 rain by a sedan loaded with ne- day lummer.
R(..':...d I1 : : llCnwi 1:5 5alih...ill 0 t t/l Brooker ,swamped the EdWard'j which asked that the city vacate a groes. She and her: ton were No matter in what part of the

1 M.ttso..0.RX.m.U : 4lo ullln: MI .* .< : : 1Yana Shop ten 13-S In the platted alley In the block recently liven first aid treatment by Peace store one stands, the brisk refreshing }

J'Cks.e.: rr-.,; : a t 1IW.UW., a.* :' : : : of the evening. Brooker hit a four- purchased: by the church for extension ,Justice E. R. Lowe and brought to breeze from the lilgh Dowered. r

rtoM I4.. I 0 1/Na10....U rf I bagger for the lumbermen. purposes.An Homestead by Claude T. Lowe, fan reaches him.

'' t- :-; R.H.E.I application from Mr*. JamesL i also of Tavernier.
.. _. 200 000 2-4 2 -'
41 II tott1 a
Bird for the of ,
position supervisor Kne Haw It Felt
Burton .._ .... 000 200 1 3 5 21
... 0 1 0 ( II I-II of the municipal tennis court I Circklair Fan Cools Visitor: "I can't tell how delighted .
s. you
.::._.._ Batteries: Home Clonlnger and ,
now being completed on the recreation -
I Mrs. Cites. "My
Two .... IHs' .. _.... ..._ L Ennls. ; Burton' Nelson and,II I grounds north of the diamond Franklin Customers has am "son.
Reggie won a
Gins.earl Campbell. ball field wa filed for future I
R.ILE. Farmer's wife: "I can understand -
allln.* CMVMI. .tol bu" M w tu.CMWII reference. In her letter,
UM M .:\IU ;, ..:...: I. 0.:I Men' Shop .._ 100 310 0-15 4 5 A Cricklalr electric fan strategically your feelings, ma'am. I felt
Campbell 11.I.4. k eve bat kUltomi I. W.t- Brooker _.... 183 140 x-IS t 4 Mrs. Bird offered free Instruction I located atop the refrigerated I: Just the same when! our pig won a.medal
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F h
w tl nroni R. L CmpMI.Y to beginner and suggested a modI ."
I showcase of the meat at the agricultural show -
1 ms Harrfc I. BrautOT. 0 Suit*... Batteries Men' Shop- Cave depart-j
y Krtl. *. sdu.: ... t:..... W>u<* I. Brruk:. and Leggett Brooker-Thom. and est scale of charge sufficient to 1 ment of P. J. Franklin, Montreal Herald.
...... ;
U.pin.t RoIeIool't. I, cover maintenance, for afternoonand .

...... ..... ..1tWHI. ;;;..- d e M Bryant. I ISEASON'S night play. i
... ak 4 a .IMD.nlel lit. 1 ,
.. ..,, A request from J. R. Bevl that I
-. .r I 11' t4 I I I SCHEDULEJune
.....,.. s... I 0 IIIGed.h I 1 ,I the city grant him permission to i
Mil<..... rf 4 Iioeew.ud III 1 18 Brooker-Burton. ; move several small house In the l Used CarsSPECIAL

i.e..5. lb. : : I I =:.Ye... : : : Home-Men's Shop negro section over the line from I I

R s.sll a... t I. slaw"Vill....IIt.... i : iaoe.w0wI Brooker-Burton.June 21 Horne-Men'f Shop; Homestead to Florida City drew' an

As 4n.1 M 1 I ::1::'."'i,:: : t :'I I June 23 Men' Shop-Burton; cock.objection On from his City advice Attorney Hliy-I _

4 ass I amIII. HorneBrooker.June I wa denied until all back taxes on .r.rars.e
29 Brooker-Men'i Shop; ALAN
..... Use ..... ., I I 04 BurtonHome.June the properties are cleared. I
11-" 51.15 .. I I I -4
28 Horne-Men'i Shop;
Dentists !Qa. 'I'vMo-L 0.1_ Brooker-Burton. 139 Enrolled in Daily I
oowns. WM .. "toll, otto c._ 5. II....
1-k..t; Wt7..4. N..Iians.' Vacation Bible School
Toner. .. *. (fa...... How* (, VIM. State Official Gives I i

I.Unpin Nelms. i ........., Mum. Health Talk to Lions With an enrollment of 139 the' 1934 Chevrolet Sedan; new paint; new tires ;

dally vacation Bible school of the]
l good mechanical condition.
Home scored in each Inning but Continuing urIe.; ;; of health Homestead Baptist Church had an]

the second to whip the Men's Shop lecture arranged by George L. II attendance yesterday of 128. i
11-3 Monday night J. B. Clon- I
Swan, chairman, member The Bible school '
program was opened' 1933 Chevrolet Sedan 'good tires good paint
Inger limited the clothiers to four of the Redland District Lion Club Monday morning with an assembly ; ; ;

scattered hili.Althouah listened to an interesting discourse conducted by the pastor, the Rev.1| motor OK. .
out-hit, 8-4. Brookerwon by Dr. A. B. McCreary Jacksonville C.
N. Walker The
from the Burton ten, t-8, by director of the health division Tuesday wa Leo L Peyser speaker, and i 1' 1933 Ford R S Coupe; runs 0. K.; 8 cylinder per.

taking advantage of the break of Duval County, at Its regular on Wednesday Mrs. L. L. formance.
McDanlel hit a homer for Burton's.NN' He stories.I'
Tuesday evening. Homestead librarian, told

.... .. 0 1111''Now," .11 b.I''''particularly treated the value of I Yesterday Miss Elizabeth I 1930 Chevrolet Coach; nice condition; good per
urM4 ik a a sanitation Id his address an Illustrated story of
of' : : I gave formance.
C.G..ss 11114... Its 11 Ear
r.._ I III. a IN..s I Other guestncluded L. prodigal ion. Today the Rev. C. J.I,
C... p\It : | .:: p 4 I1K : :1! Middleton, deputy district govern I Turk, who ll conducting revival 1933 Chevrolet Sedan; just out of paint shop; new

'..0.tit. 1 0 Harrow. M IiMMntte 1Asd..s or-elect of the southeast Florida cervices at the Church of God here I seat covers mechanically O. K.
of a A It I 1 district Dr Rah Mill Edith H. will be the ipeaker ;
M Mnktrttrf 44 t I""' ... rf a e I
M.tkk U 0 0 1t1L00.'U of. 1. Dickinson and Mia C. R. Green, Mill Ruth Tower has been added i ia 1926 Chevrolet Sedan cheap
&.e._ a 1 0 10.Oo.'nr rf i r 0, all of Miami. Lion Swan an- a teacher In the Junior depart- 'j ; transportation.

11"1 1 .11I'i nounced that an elaborate program ment of file Bible school, and Miss|! 1929 Chevrolet Coach; priced right to selL
been for Ladle : Gossman *
had arranged Eloise has been added to
W' Do R_ c.. I 0 I I ( +-no
M.... a._ 0 I I 0 s.... I Night( neit Tuesday I the primary department staff. J.I,I


a Don't Neglect Summer 1931 Chevrolet, long wheel base with cab.

1935 Chevrolet, long wheel base with cab.

Fertilizing 1931 Ford with cab; no body.

/; Don't neglect the summer fertilizing of your grove. We 1928 Chevrolet ton job.

carry mixtures for avocados, citrus, limes and other 1930 Chevrolet ton job.

tropical fruits. Groves should be sprayed during the -

next three months to insure clean, bright fruit. Don't Savo saasal, Bird

wait. Do it now. MOMSY r6tggs


Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. I Chevrolet I

Manufacturer Redland Brand FcrttlitertII I


MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS 103 N. Krome Ave. Phone 93 i



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June 25,1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paste Three

- IillIIIIIIIIiIIIiIIIIIIIIiIIIiillllllllllgllilll secretary Mr*. S. F. Matthews. bile than doe normal use around bumpy because the tire are so
Mesdames Taylor and Dibble ot home, and at w only sensible, when hard. On the otter hand, tires with
Princeton; Mesdames Preston Lee planning such a trip to see that Insufficient air wear out rapidly,
20 Years and Cauley of Goulds, Mesdames TO INSURE GOOD every detail affecting performance, because of the constant flexing of
Walter Moody and E. M. Horton of safety and comfort la checked tn the easing near the point of contact -
b Naranja; Mrs. Chas. M. Fisher of advance with the ground. They art
Homestead Mesdames C. W. Hill VACATION. IS TIP also likely to suffer rim-cute
; mart
It advisable to see that the cooling
IllUllllllllltIIlmllIl1lll1lll11UlIllIlIIU! ( : !
01n and O. W. Fletcher of Silver Palm, traversing rough roads.
I1IWm 1 In for
shape maximum
Tau ,........ HMM are ale -' Mesdames Ben Plummer and C. H. Todsys care rarely develop any
.. warm weather tft lenq.
MUx rr.:11 < IM 1106"d
el .....,.. n....4 MmrU.W. 13. 1913.se Woodbury of Redland; Mesdames BY C. W. WOOD If this has been neglected up to serious trouble, even oa extended
gal .... a..u rwwe ...- .ad Lee Lehman and A. C. Grew of National Director of Service Chevrolet now It should be attended to before Journeys. But a succession ot minor
tontha ....r'.<." 001 .'f. 5111 """ w 11_ Florida City; Mr*. M. R. Houston Motor Division. General that summer trip. The result annoyances, easily averted by a

; of Longview and Mrs. Chas. Colbyof Motor tale Corporation will be a cooler engine longer, life; little advance preparation have
June 21, 1911 Medello." from lubricating oil, and generally often marred an otherwise perfect

else -"Mr*. X.: C. Miller of Homestead, Detroit, June -Wlle for mile. Improved performance Water I trip. The vacationist who look
lure at the age of M, died at 2:10: Saturday Graham Cites Harmony should be checked occasionally after these details as a matter of
ear require lea attention
afternoon In Miami sanitarium routine is taking out good insurance
soex a Among Dade DelegationThe during the journey too of course
utter an Illness of several from their users today than ever on the success of his trip.
r. Assuming that transmission and
th I'. weeks Aside from her many before. This. It explained partly differential lubricants have been i
the friends in Miami and HomeiteadB co-operation and harmonyexisting by the Increased reliability of the changed to the proper grade for

rox well a* other placet, she leaves among the members of and doubt summer driving, the levels of both ,
product, partly no by
Dade to the
to mourn her ION her husband. E. County's delegation I: COOKINGServed
should be checked before the itart
the fact that
C Miller of Homestead, her moth. 1937 legislature was described enthusiastically motorist are becomIng
of So
a long Journey. should the
,)in rr Mrs M. A. Whitten of Arcadia. by State Senator educated In the simple routine oil in the crankcase, which, of
Fla.: five son, Henry Brooker, Ernest R. Graham In a talk to the procedure which keeps their automobiles I
'ers.bee course, should also be changed at
. Edward F Brooker, and Cecil E. Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday -:, near peak efficiency all the Intervals recommended by the Family Styleat
Miller and James H. Miller of noon. the time manufacturer.The .
and /( Home.tead.and one daughter, :Mrs. Senator Graham old that if he; With summer at hand and hun theSeminole
York should again be sent to Tallahassee solution In an automobile,
.: Brancha Rushing of New dreds of thousands of owners planning
ea City The funeral was held at the he would ask that all bills de. vacation trips In their can, battery evaporates more rapidly In
Eleventh sired passed by citizens of this I warm weather than In cold, and the Hotel
and new Combs Chapel, 323 a few suggestions about preparation ,
I short time It take to have this d..
!In street, Miami at 3 p. m. Sunday county be presented to the Dade,I for such Journeys will be tlmeI -
Wbodlawn delegation 30 ta 60 days before Its tell checked and water added (f,
t Interment WH in I ly. An extended trip makes more .
10 Cemetery" departure for Tallahassee la orderto I)strenuous demands of an automoof necessary, I Ia always well Invested I i Room
Insure adequate preparationand i The aver.rnotorlat thinks Dining
: been I
,, -"Mn.O. W. Moon. who has
solicitation of cooperationfor '/' about tires only when he has a'flat :
tea sick for several months, la much noted soil chemist will be '
their passage. present ? A little extra attention to
Improved. Her many friends are Bill Bradley, son of Mr. and Mr*. at the conference sil there the subject will not only reduce I'
th.ah4 hoping for her recovery for she is W. M. Bradley of this city and a I 1 will be demonstrations of all com- tire troubles to a minimum, but MRS. GUSSIE JOINER
greatly mined, particularly In theBaptl.t
mon types of soil treating equipment -
member of the Crescent City Rotary add considerably to the comfort of I ProprietorEat
school and church
red Sunday ,| Club, was a visitor at Wednesday Including some of the new riding and the ease of driving
where she has always been an ardent -,
n ** meeting. Another visitor I glass electrode apparatus. Cars steer more easily when the
worker I I was Chas L Brooks of Miami, Mr. Steffanl said Wednesdaythat ; tires art Inflated to the proper all you want-the
_d ;s"Miss Alma Llndgren, who has' father of the local Club' president, he would like to arrange for pressure and It I Ia especially Im-
taught In the Homestead school the J R. Brooks. I,a party of Redland District growers portant that the pressure In the price stays the same
de- past three sessions, has been appointed Officers elected for the year beginning Interested la these experiments left and the right be the same.
toO as a teacher In the grammar July 1 will be Installed at to make the trip to Lake Alfred asa For complete comfort In motor.
school In Miami. Miss Llnd- a ladles' night meeting to be held group In one or two cars. He will ing tires should be checked now 50c 75c $1.00
'e.... gren Is now Jacksonville where next Wednesday at 7 p. m In the be glad to meet any growers who and then during a journey. Protracted -

fela her mother, Mrs John Lindgren regular meeting place, Legion hall may contemplate attending the driving on hot pavement _
of Silver Palm is being treated by conference at his offices In Homestead -/ In summer may expand the air to
a specialist" or Miami to plan the details. a point where the ride become WANT ADS PAY
VHussen and Letter Mowr have To Discuss Soil Tests I

bought out the business and road At Lake Alfred Parley
machine of Al Llndgren of Silver )

Paluj Mr.LJndgren had taken Citrus grower* of the Redland
the-i$ tract,fortc rlfy Ing the district have been extended an I )' '
greet of Homestead and now this open invitation to attend an important '
I contract has been turned over to conference on soil problems CHEVROLET[ TRUEKi

fie Moscr Brothers" which will be held at the ,
a-"W. B. Halnlin of the Redland state citrus experiment station at
section has returned from a trip Lake L Alfred on June 29, through
to tlie-northern. part of the state" I a letter received: this week by

.."|Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Halnlin of :Charles M. Stetfanl), county agent

Miami spent last week-end at Mr. ,from A. P. Camp, horticulturist In _... ear
Haihlln'i parental home near Red- charge of the station.

land' I The all-day conference will deal
8-I. R. Prldgen has accepted a with the various method ot de-

Position with Tatum Brothers, the terming pH, or the acidity and alkalinity
leading. teal estate operators of of the different soils of the

| Iami." state, with the hope of developingsome k
..-"Mr and Mr*. ,John MtKlmrney kind of standard procedure
have moved into their new home m treating soils by those Involved\
near Lewis' comer." in the citrus industry A numbe
="A number of the boys of Home.
stead met at the schoolhouse Sunday --
: afternoon at 3:30 and organtifd 8
a Boy Scouts of America r

The following officers were elected Qft Ckevroilel users
: Robert Suggs, scoutmaster, Says

Fred Campbell Mowery, assistant, patrol patrol leader;leader Alvin and I II I 'They're the; most
and Garland Budd, secretary
treasurer. 1
i-"The Woman Auxiliary of the ,
South Dade Cemetery Association:

had a call meeting at Guild Hall Thousand of Chevrolet user will tell you that the belt

Tuesday afternoon. The purposeof answer to your transportation need Is-Chevrolet truck" !
the meeting was to settle up ERVICE YOU LIKE Perfected Hydraulic
I Chevrolet trucks have the greatest pulling power in
the year's work and to make new
It Careful checking and thorough their price range because they have a New Iii h.
plans for the future. was
ed to request each club and attention and inspection whichwe Brakes Greatest Compression VsNe-in-IIead/ Engine wbiehu..

W the community to dec1d.1 Insist upon In every case, list ounce of power out of every gallon-- of fuel

ttln um each year for the give you the dependable, conscientious Pulling Power in Their Chevrolet truck are the most economical for all-

of the cemetery. The service you want We round duty because they give maximum gas and oil
Win send written requests for this ippredat your patronage and and will with
mileage, keep on serving over a long period
.fjonatlon soon. Mrs. Barney Wal. w* know that its continuance Price Range New minimum care and attention.
Ain, who has been treasurer of the depend* upon our ability tosatisfy
And Chevrolet truck' are safer, more modem more
association, will publish a stateBient -
of the finances of the association you.RED Steelstream Styling durable because they're the only low.priced trucks

: In the near future. The TIIURMAN'S with Perfected Hydraulic Drake*, New Steels' ,Team Styling; :.
Officer and members of the auxiliary SERVICE STATION and extra-strong Chevrolet construction throughout.
are: president Mrs. Tbos.BreWeTTWcVprelldent Ask your nearest Chevrolet dealer for a thorough
Mrs. A. L. 8. Knm al 3rd street demonstration-today!
Beam; treasurer, Mrs. R. H. Davis; .+. ___
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Four THE LEADER 1ERPRISI Friday June 25, 1937

i seat filing In the missing gap The 1 I There are now approximately;'
THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Trurabull Tells Story Behind Story i Juice at this lime ls heavy In Vitamin 2.000 Dude County acres in Perwf
ttea4. H- of Persian Limes C. sun lines*. and more are being
published. Friday In Miami Boosting Much to tan to be learned con I
FU. by the South Dad centtag the health-glvmg factorsof |1"11.11'A few :years ago \land// '

Politicking te. the Perstaa Ume. An analysisI l was bMg cleared for a new grover,,

BT STTTE: TltTMBCLL now being made, and the result 'The neighbor paused to ask w hat'
BEN AKC11EK Editor Director Florida Aveead and Persian Lime Grower vrluac to lane i will soon be made public. Until ,was being planted, pears (avocados
MAauotm LEACH ARCHER lease ef the Miami. satiety mwMlne ., the Miami those result obtain scientific approval ) oranges or grspefmif Todajt .
Associate Editor Chamber W CeanMM no wild medical claims will 'there' no need to ask It's Pert
Perhaps its bad psychology to or early winter they plan a be made. However, it I II a known 'sian limes everywhere1 IB Doe*-
Behead M second Chins snail admit that much of this wa Inspired -, ida Avocado Week J1or-1 fact that In certain types of stomach .County. Production Is just ..tartIn. -
insulter Murk I. l lt. at the Mot by a gentleman from another It.'s mouthing a platitude disorder the juice of a Persian ., aa approximately 80 per cent
Rke' M ._1eH. Fiords, wader state where they sometime discuss > peat that the financial security of lime In water, unsweetened has of this acreage I* under three year
th* act ef Man .. 117*. their cUmate. But the gentle any rural community has no little 'been teased meat beaeficlas\ farticularly Old, and It I II not: until the third
man baa some food Ideas, and erode effect upon the ;year-around business when taken bait an hour year of a grove' We that production
SUM PRICK. I1.M A TEA It should |o where credit 1* Oue. In Its trading center, but the 'before breakfast becomes an appreciable two
The most recent Industry In thought might be considered Just Dade County Is, and will continue tor.Dade
r your back yard. Perlsan limes, I once more as Dade County's growers to bet the center of Persian County I* growing the finest .
t threatens to grow out of its swaddling ask for the co-operation of Miami lime production and the successor hire In an the world, but units
clothes to rapidly III mother merchants In placing their failure of this crop In the the world II Informed of that factit
/Jb 1-1 Little: will be- caught unprepared with best In the best show window In ets Is and will continue to marlt-I will avail Dade Bounty nothing.

more adult garments. In other .America. determining factor In the You, and you can help in this
( Bird words, this South Dade County Lots of education must be done power of Miami's outlying sections. informing business
& lime deal Is growing great guns In selling this veedlesi Persian lime -
h but the growth threatens to be education of the customer and of
Told Usthat 4-II Girls Put in Busy Week at Short
downright embarrassing It the the retailer. It's the only seedless I
available markets do not grow at lime In the world. In Juice content Course Given
at College for WomenThe
4 a like speed In flavor and In aroma no other !

some persons are so built All of which brought up the Lime can compare with it In any
that they could sit down going[ or tory behind this story. Some 8.1 drink, In adding that certain test following extracts from the We drove past the capitol and then '
coming If they bad knees like the per cent of the county's growers to fish, iced tea, or to a salad, or note book ol Miss Lou Belle Gren. went to the picture show to see
the old In baking a pie, the Persian Ume 'Penrod and Sam',
door. gathered recently Several
t hinges on a swinging Were of
Mil tell of the experiences of the
... I Is In class alone. Growers
packing house of the Florida Avo. a are us caught up on some sleep during,
6 -that the feUow who thought he cado Exchange at Naranja for the asking Miami' merchant to aid local girl at the recent 4-H short the show. After the show we
itvt a local fugitive from justice In purpose of forming a new co-op In bringing these facts before Mi tours given at the Florid State walked around town and did our
a bitter's chair and raised the hue erative marketing association ami' residents and Miami's vlsi College for Women la Tallahassee: shopping, mostly souvenirs, and
and cry did not have such a"blalse" which would: Include the Persian tors.There "Saturday at >1 o'clock I got out eats When we got back to the
feeling when the suspect turned lime growers, which would: do are thousands of potential of bed, fixed my hutch end finished college we went to the gym to play
out to be one of employer's. best away with that old: familiar "let buyers In our stores dally who packing my suitcase. At 130: we Puvat; a game of 'volley bait Having -
customer George do It" attitude. An executive rave not yet learned that the green picked up Annabel Redd aid never played with the Dade \
.. of the Calave. Association color of the line does not mean, a Katherine Ortanede. W* got County girls In a group, it was just
-that the society cub who wrote the California avocado growers- lack of ripeness within. For thess ut Miami at 4:25: o'clock. About a matter ot chance. Dad led;
that the wedding party came down happened to be In Miami at the the Florida: Avocado and Persia halt of the ether girl were stilt until the teal tour minutes when
the aisle to the strain of the time, and he was invited down as Lime GI'OWII'Ilatklft has pre- not, there so we didn't feel that Duvat jumped ahead and the final
t "bridle chorus from Lohengrin" the speaker ol the evening pared a tab for each box carryingthe we were holding the gang up. score was IO-21. After giving thema
say it was part' of the harnessing "You people," he said, "are overlooking slogan "Ripe When They're Leaving Miami at fcM o'clock, we cheer we> went to get ready for
ceremony..., UT Green Greet When They're supper,each one doing her share of
your best potential market, gave cheer At ttdQ e'eleck.
your home II\Irket-Miaml. When Ripe.: we stopped at the Durby ana ate fussing about the game. At sapper
BeautyThey avocados were I new crop In The growers association believes our lunches that we brought from the captain of the Duval team
Southern California our tat Angeles that as this line, becomes better home. About 1 o'clock, after cane to our table to tell Us thatw
own a certain ragged beauty, retailers started a concen- mown that green color, far from resting our cramped legs, we started won the game because the
These thing for Sturdy use- trated sales effort In their belialt being a drawback will become again. At t:30 o'clock we entered timekeeper had not watched the
The plow wrought strong for Today those Loa Angeles merchant the mark of distinction. This has the gate of the college singIng time and the score was 17-20 In
earthy duty I are selling U per cent of became a fact In "class" stores In one of our songs as It poured our favor. Of course this maddTour
Stone crock for purple Juice; the crop not the culls, but the beat certain Northern cities where the down rain all around Fern RobInson supper digest I little easier. Instead
Milk pull bright as flame of ot the crop, and that are veiling proprietors bars been pushing this and Lois Behrens heard us of a program In the ludlto
i Candle, them profitably. lime for some time. The color can, from the assembly and came out rlum there was a party In the gym.Thursday. .
The patina of a toe'i worn handle "You people now have a com- however, become a detriment It to meet us. We went to bed about . At 2:30: the dressrevue
Are beautiful with use. taratlvely new crop in ;your -diem the retailer, and his cuntomers do I.JO o'clock after getting everything was In motion In the audi
-Mary FerreU Dickinson In Ore.gontan Persian limes. You want to not learn the dlstiguishing marks straightened out. torium. Programs of the event

Introduce them to the northern of a ripe Persian. "Sunday at 9:19 o'clock we start were given out Each program
markets. Your front yard Is Miami ; Size hat little to do with It. Ot ed to Sunday school on the bus had Frartces Webb's picture In it.
Fleutda, says the Florida State.the city that draw thoua.ndland course a large ripe Persian will each girl going to the church other She modeled her formal dress.
of Commerce
Chamber hundreds ot thousands of visitors contain more Juice than a small choice. At 11 o'clock, we After supper we went to the audio \
times as large as Holland and Is the I from the market you seek to enter. ripe Persian, but the large lime, were dismissed from Sunday torlum where a pageant Illustrating
of the
state east
largest It Why Isn't Miami the logical placeto If not fully matured, tin be dry school We walked back to the the past 25 years of Home
river excepting Georgia. I start the sale effort for these ;and unsatisfying. The skin texture college but it wasn't'too hard even Demonstration work In the state
la equal In area to Maine,Island.Vermont new Persian limes, and to renew : rather than the color, I* the though we were tired, because It of Florida was given. .
Connecticut and Rhode your sales efforts? for your avocados :guiding point here. The fully was down bill most of the way. "Friday. W* packed our
.... .. ,- suitcases during rest period. Ourroom
? I
ripened Perstaa lime presents a From t-30 to 4 o'clock: the organization -
FROM OUR MAIL BOX i The gentleman from California :glossy skin, and It will yield to a meeting was held In the wa just Ilk a swimming
:started something. Some ot the 'slight pressure of the thumb The auditorium. That evening the pool after that big rain. At 2:30:
growers were Inclined to blame deeply-pebbled- I* unrlptned college 4.-U.: girls conducted the with our fingers crossed, we went '\
1 PRACTICAL WAY I the Miami retailers for this lack of i and dry fruit Mention that tact to vesper\ service, t< the assembly to hear the.winnersla
Editor Leader-Enterprise: a Miami market Those sign outside your wife, as well aa to your buyer. "Monday. This morning we each contest, Dade County
The handling of pay roll In the some of ollt'.markets featurIng And while ea the subject of the 'went to sue first flosses whichwars has several working for the out-of-
field or packing house 1* sometimes ;l Indian Rives,JnaI affect your ,other U per cent ot the household, 4-H Club work, music appreciation state trip. They areclothing: ,
a risky and bothersome task I Cod County grove ewnera about :ask her to make Persian lime pie and family recreation.At Ruth Hendricks and Maude -,
especially where a Urge total sum 'like the red cape .l the matador some day. Your present correspondent 11:30: everyone went to mornIng I Haynes; food preparation Lola
of money, tau to be carried. The streets the bull The condemnation I* not a culinary expertbut assembly to bear a speaker.1 Hayes; bread making, Lou Belle
maguM* Today and American f were Interrupted by a grower abe will get the idea it you tell In the afternoon. the contests GrenneU. After the assembly we ..
j. Banker offer an easy solution to who was rather a newcomer In her It'. made the "uncooked way" were held. I entered the bread packed a little whenever we could ;
the trouble: the grove business but who, with a sweetened condensed milk making contest. Those not enter. manage to get out from under the
"In one midst of 4 through a lifetime In city business, not evaporated milk, poured Into Ing a contest watched others or leaks In the walls. That night y
1 busy J'.t district, numerous knew something of the problems the pie crust sprinkled with graham went to the amateur program heldIn the college girt came around singy:i
employers have opened a of the retailer."Let's cracker crumb, and placed in the Augusta Conrad) Theater lag farewell songs. n
checking: account for each employe not just sit here and throw the refrigerator. At the risk of After this each one of us had a "Saturday. At S o'clock, we I
and to this account Is credited each rock at the Miami markets," he violating eanoas .gaia.s tree advertising load off our shoulders or at least left the campus with all the Dade
week's wage The employe get aoM "Let', do something a little we might add that Eagle we felt as though we had. An hour girls and Fern Robertson and Lois "
a carbon copy Of the deposit slip more constructive, and let's admit Brand condensed milk or Magnolia and a halt was open for writing I', Behrena. Starting out on a S
and can draw aU his salary out the lack ot an adequate Miami brand; wilt do the trick. letter but during this time the long tiresome trip we piled In the ,
Immediately It he wishes, at a cost "market for our produce may be as Once you have convinced yourself Dade County girls practiced our bus. On the way the rain rush
of Sc. Most of these payroll accounts much our own fault M It Is the of the merits of this lime try song. W* were bat to practiceso ed us more than we wanted to be
are building, up balances fault of Miami It we bring the It on the neighbors and on your we were late to supper. Immediately rushed At 10:20: p. m. we were
deposits are all covered by Federal Miami retailers nothing but culls, tourist friends and you'll be givinga after supper we went to ;'coming Into Miami singing ,songs
Deposit Insurance Corporation It's quite natural they will sell Dade County product the best lie flag lowering. In the auditorium and giving cheers. We met many !
guuranty. nothing but our cans What etoe tan possible'form of advertising. Doa ; ai. illustrated lecture on anxious parent and friends at the
"The Republic National Baaik Jk they eoT U the retailer Isn't given little kitchen experimenting with Florida wild flowers was given. court house waiting tot us. Mrs.
Trust Company _para_ with,good fruit tram the Badlands tie's t and this pass the results alongto Tuesday. The schedule this Fred Redd met us at the Court
)j M schools In Dallas In handling going to get good fruit from some the bartender at your favorite morning waa the same a* yesterday's house. At 11:30 we got homa
I school accounts. It employ a other section. He's I businessman clubs Taint find that ma daiquiri, with the exception ot the tired hungry and) sleepy." 4
I general supervisor whose duty It not a Santa Clau in a planter's punch or In a Tom classes. I went te the posture
) la to audit the account of theachoels "Lets see that he gets) some good Collins "doe things". and self Improvement class. .
John a '
Bally Foal No. 41
and work with the savings Persian Dines, and when the avocado When the avocado season comes The swimming meet was held at
supervisors, one of whom Is stationed season cornea along left see along try this combination of two 1.M: with Gtrdie Perdue aa, Dade AMERICAN LEGION I
ut each school. Once a week that he gets some good avocedoa, Dade County specialties laID a 2ounty'a swimming beauty. Although Meets Brat and third Wsds essayS | 1
the children\, play banker and eoU but let's not yell our heads off asking half an avocado put t teaspoon of she didn't win honor foe *\ av American Legion Bid*.
lest the noses from each schoolroom for his co-operation until powdered sugar, and then add the us we were proud of her. After oM port office) Beats furor|| ti
delivering It and the record we've done our part" Juice et half a huge Persian Ume. supper, the song contest was to Ave, Homestead. Fav
to In* principal office. The And than the story behind Maybe that doesn't sound so appetizing be held In the audltorim In
amount la entered on a general deposit a story of a recent call that a but St'. actually delicious preparation for this.each girl sucked -
slip for the school The bank group' from the Florida Avocado and if you're Interested In vitamin a lemon. At 9-30 we got ready J. T. TOJ1ERLIN :
1* thus .relieved of an enormous and Persian Lime Growers I you'll be Interested. : in knowing for bed a* the excitement of the TRANSFERs "
amount of clerical work; and theyoungsters Association at Naraaja )'OIIMft every bloated one of them contests was aU over. : TO B. c. .1'1..rFrtfeht.
are taught to handle the officials of your chamber oil I In that one salad. The Florida Today, the same I Dtrt. Wee, Shavings,
money." ,commerce. At I result ot that call I avocado contains every vitamin j dally schedule: was followed; until ate Hauled
HolllsWr Sag*. Miami retailer staged a Persian t except Vitamin C. and when you I o'clock. Then Vii put oa our I CM liS.. llesss>saPalte .
Homestead, JuneTtt, 137. LIme Week Sometime In (be fails add that Persian lime juice you green uniforms and went to town,

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June 25 1931 THE LEADER-E "ERPRISE Pace Five
________ mm

I Mr*. C P. Orlnold and Her eon,
ClaIM, attended an I. O. a F. ban.ejuet FLORIDA CITY

at Ft Uttderfele lest week Mr,; W. W. *e? In and Around : -
Herman and Ted Thomas left .1
Most Sever left Monday on
Sunday for Mt PInt, S. C..
where they will be engaged to, Ma to North Carolina.

Homestead :farming operation for three H. will visit relative in Mtdnon 141
'week I on the return trip and arrive here

Mrs. W. R Cast, her
Kathryn and ton, Robert have The Sunday school of the Community -
t- Mr. and Mn. L. L. Field expect to spend a day at Camp Roe..ltalao. taken an apartment on Miami : Church held its annual

lh" I visit soon from their ion James. Mrs. FenneU' daughter Beach for I month. plcnle Wednesday afternoon at
'S'. radio man on the U. S. S. V"'II ,- in-law, Mrs. Joe Fennell. aad her Miami Beech. Adults attendingwere

then which left Boston oa May: 1 small oo will accompany the Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parker of : Mr*. John Rohrer;Mm Mar-
)0. and returned there June 22 after party: a* far aa Haines City to visit Indlantown arrived Saturday to pret Kennedy Mr Charles CHo General

:- I Cruise that Included tope at I relative there while the) others,. visit Mr. and Mrs. a A Parker.Mr. too. Mr*. Franca Freeman. Mr

-- Stockholm Helaingtoo Havre,i at Ocala and Camp Booaevel Boyd Cobemour. ....... Lloyd: Delta Public Utilities
t0 Paris Portsmouth, tAIGa andother They plan to return SUnday.: and Mrs. Oabourn Miller of Mi* W. W. Savory, Mrt. Ii. N.
Is" place .f not*. He expects I Miami spent last week end with Brown, Mn. Tom Cohemoar. the
Z to-10 to the west coast after his i ite Mrs. A. F. Arthur and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Jacob Rev. C O Nelson and Grover IIemesteatyke... IM-M

visit 1 here. Mary Frances, will leave Monday (Continued on Page Eight)
I for Lewes, Del to visit Mrs I Mr*. J:. W. Chandler left Sunday -

.. Mr. and Mn. A a!. 11oU\rt1.od Arthur's mother, Mrs. W. T. At- to visit friend in Dethan Birmingham
daughter Mill Eleanor, will Mil! kins. Mr. Arthur and son. William and Tuscaloosa Ala.

from New York tomorrow on the! plan to Join them in August

S. S New York for I tour ofEurope. i Jason Avery aa appendectomy:
They plan to travel In; Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Davis have patient at the Post Graduate how a

\ the British Islet, Norway, Sweden,' a* guest this summer Mr. Davis' pltaL He was operated on Sat-

Holland Denmark Belgium, Germany -i sister Mn. Emmie Abercrombt. urday night

Switzerland, Italy! and her daughter, Mrs J. E. Fisher, .
11 France. and Mr*. Fisher1 daughter Betty, Miss Joaa Kellum of Miami arrived 11r r ,
I all of NaahvUlaj, who came home Sunday to spend a week with
Mr. and Mn. Jo. DuMond and with Mr. and Mn. Davis when they; Mia Geraldine ReiU.

i< their ton, Joe Bill and Frank, left returned from their trip to Michigan -
Mr. and Mrs. J, 1. Coker of South
er yesterday for Camden,N. J., where the tint of last week ,
Miami pent the week-end in 1/1
Mr. DuMond wilt be associated I '" {
J Homestead.Mr hwik ,
with Warren Buck animal importer Vernon G.Leach and Edw. Schulien -

I for several week They plan I ,both of Chicago, arrived Tuesday L. T. Proctor who underwent .-
y also to visit Mrs. DuMond' parent to spend a few day deep" tea a major operation at the

; In Beacbwood, N. J.. and Mr. I fishing and visiting Mr. Leach'smother Kendall hospital Friday reported
DuMond parent In Lyme i Mr J. Milton Leach, and YOUNG PARENTS
t k) be recovering aa rapidly: a* cane .
t Conn. During their absence 'his brother-in-law and litter, Mr. > expected.
Conway Aker will have charge of and Mrs. Ben Archer.

J 4 Mpnkey: Jungle.Herman t S. Hauler, treasurer of the UnJ- Mr Herbert Turner, Mrs. Fraacls with moderate means and a
Freeman, Mr Boyd Coheroour
a: 'venlty of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, growing family to come in and
Marks' returned Friday: and Mrs. U B. Danny visited Mrs.aurlay
r. i Mrs. Hauaer and their little daughter learn about the FHA Plan of
of last week after three week Dandy and Mn. John pay-
r with Dr. and
. pint In Baltimore, New York and Mrs.spent Frank Hausman. Hauler Becker Tuesday: at the lodge at ing for a home out of income.
Boston on business end pleasure. JrH: Royal Pain Park.
Dr. Hausman and Rice
Mr*. Mark and their two Infant Naturally you want to raise your
t spent the day fishing oa Mr Bice' Hugh Seattle: grand master of
daughter remained la New York
boat. the L a O. r. of Florida, paid his children in the happiest,
: to spend two week more with Mrs.
official visit to the Coconut Grove environment possible: A home with
Mark' parent, Mr. and Mr. S. I The Rev. and Mn. Howard Field
lodge Thursday: nightMr.
; rireitlne. airy sleeping quarters
C' ot Lake Mary arrived Wednesdayto sunny

.. The Rev. J. 3:" Richard, new spend tea day with Mr. FteM' and Mrt.: William Bowen of rooms for play and study, and

pastor of the Homestead Methodist I parent, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Field Miami and D. L. Bowen Jr., 01 grounds to romp in.
Homestead returned Wednesday
1. Church, arrived from Arcadia i Mn. Vera Summerlln and her from a visit to Washington, N. C,, In some cases up to 80 percent of
Saturday. Mn. l
Richard and
daughter Bobble nephew,
r their three daughter, Misses Ednat I Duke West, left for Daytona Beach and Norfolk Va. the cost of just such a home may

NeUe, Betty: and Jamie, arrived I Tuesday.: Dukes will return In Ernest Bishop came be financed with an FHA Insured

t :Monday. .a week or two but the other two from Fort Mill to spend Mortgage-and paid for monthly,
I will remain for the summer. weak vacation with his TllUda'l
A five-pound daughter, Sandra, Mr. and Mn. Leo E. just like rent.
wil born to Mr. and Mn. Wm. Mrs. Geo. F. Archer of Key:
: Cauelberry of Winter Park ntA4vllle West while on bar way to Tampa Mrs. John"Ruwell and Mrs. :.=. See us about remodeling loans up

r June 21 Mr. and MnCacselberry ,topped over to visit at the home Geneva Lowe ot Miami visited in to$2,000 with 36 months to pay. No

I and Mrs. Ca..elberry.1parenti ot her son and daughter-in-law, Florida City Friday. mortgage necessary.
Mr. and Mr* E H. Hiner.o ,Mr. and Mrs. Ben Archer from .
are spending the. summer at the ,,Sunday afternoon till Monday Mlaa Jenlc Riven, clerk la the
. CasMlberry'a summer home there.Mn morning.Mrs. First National Bank of Homestead
Cataelbarry la the former Miss returned last Friday from a vacation WVFrank D. Horne Co.
1 Gwendolyn Bluer of Homestead. A. D. Smith and daughter, spent at Miami Beach
I Barbara Jean returned Sunday
C Mr. and Mrs" WUlaroT Plfleld from a two-week visit. In Leesburi Carol Walker returned Wednesday L. Skill Owner

a will leave tomorrow to attend the 'with Mrs. Smith' brother and .- from a ten-day visit with rela.
r live in Coral Gable 11 N. Krome An. Phone 507-J
. summer session at Cornell University ter-la-laW Mr. and Mn. A. 8.

at Ithaca N. T. On Ue ,Davis and their daughten.Mr .
, way north they will take Mr*. Fl- '
1 fietfi mother, Mrs. t L. Hook, tot i (X B. Cline and bar ion, NATUROLGASFor

> Prescott Mich, where the will ,'Tammy of Oneco, spent last week MM
i visit her son and} daughter-in- with Mn Clkie'i son-in-law and
Home and ApartiliaVIr :
a law, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hook, for I daughter, the Rev. and Mrs. A. A.

I several, week.. Mr. and Mr*. FIfield I Koestllae, and went with then to ,.. IX ..yes HemnUad
will be back by Sept 1. i their new home la Lake Wale
I ---
: Mr. and ) .... Cart Deden Will I Major Byrd Sparkman of tam-

letve the last of the week to take ,pa, Florida national guard and

, 1 their son Carl Jr.. to Gainesville, state Inspector general, Mrs.
, Ca, whet he will attend summer Sparkman and their little daugh

I n scfcool at the }riverside Military I r'K.h'e were on their wale
, A.demy. Mr. and Mrs. Deden to spent Sunday nightat .
, eXJeeto' go from there to North the Seminole Hotel Capt and
. Georgia or Hendenonvltte, N. C., Mrs. F F Rudder ot Ft McPheraon .
tot a vacation. Ca., were among the overnight e Y s
I guests there Saturday, 00 a i .
' Ufa. L. A FenneU. grand In- too
I stfudoc of the O.'J:. S. of Florida Miss Martha Close and Mini jt ''I --

Mn.. Noncjr Rickard of Miami, Mary Jo Close are to Wauohula
past grand matron,and Mist Esther visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Poor WHIN YWJ MY THE ttfe64**&

. Uvlngsto\ left Wednesday to attend .- ,and Mir. and Mrs. Carl Huna. OLE
o brothers-ln-lsw and sisters, of
the official meeting of the
.Oenteeofctiaoc boas right In tfcefcphotfeet
! Ocala .chapter at which Grand :their father, J. E. Close Mr. and *nay
Matron Charlotte B, Peaty will Mrs. Close took the girls to W- JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA wfcjr tick JOBS nosy when you e
of last week. buy: ram blades!Ask year dMhrfcrPrebekfactwsr
pay her official.lt They: plan i chula on Thursday
r *. T TtriiiiiiiiIMJOV Jn.paede..d bt rile-We....meet t

t Ill MMU COMKMT a teCOC5ir.SS5 Of raw blade Her (a known <
..w..e.i het.ate M-st a...
DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST Iwo w- ......s.wA adAIR ga.uey double dteblsd that glue, yaw e
r D-R.M.A.BERGEK = :- ":.. ...eaccBent abaft after another-and setts dl

: f i eo4 ...... "- .-. ... at4 for !0f I Ask'your denier tat a packageof
I Dentist ---..... :Jr. blades today.
I Office Ream t a. m. to f p. aa SHOP

.mikr t to II .
First National Bank
Close Batariaysj ?_..."It PROBAKJUNIOR
I 40IUMIUO !4luZuM! I
Building Free Parking Space .... -...ewe.' e.tan I r
l" Office Hour 8:30- 4:30
17"t K. W. ttta ST. MIAMI \..I rraNpoTin ,II..ta
Op.* Eves tags ty oialnte t FLt0NZ 1-1121 '..till T IIorn emote BLADESA
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e Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, June 25, 1937

I I' Social Events in South Dade 1 1II A



-- Miss Ruth Jones of Aberdeen, '

The marriage of Miss Miriam and the maid of honor and bridesmaids Mies, at her home tomorrow. The MRS. REYNOLDS GIVES M. Barrow served s salad eourW
Frances Burton, daughter of Mr. received with the bride and families of-the two are old friends,', PARTY FOR VISITORSMr. and punch. '
and Mrs. Joseph Lee Burton of bridegroom and Mrs. J. H. Webster and the bride and her mother, Mrs and Mn. Paul Reynolds Present besides those I named

Homestead, and Lonnie Lee Hood Mrs. Frank Hausman and Mr. Annie Jones of Aberdeen, visitedat gave a bunco party at their home were: Mis Iva Dyal, Miss Grace
on of Mr. and Mrs. James Wllkxighby Burton received at the door. the home of Mr. Harris' parents, Tuesday evening ia honor of Mn. Hobson Miss Lucille West 'Mis*

Hood of Commerce O*., In the dining room Mr Theo J. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Harris, In I II Reynold brother, Horace Richter Elisabeth Mcllwaln Miss Eunice
was solemnbttd' Tuesday at five Dialer and Mill Rose Caves presided -I December. Mia Jones I Ia a graduate: of Cairo Ga, and her cousin, Lavon Walker, Miss Mary Franwi
o'clock In the Homestead Methodic at the punch bowl, and Mrs. of Aberdeen High School and I* Cooke of Thomaivllle, Ga., who Arthur, Misi Sybil Cheshire Miss
Church which was filled with H. P. McDaniel Mr Edward now a nune are visiting here. I Alta Webster Mia Helen West,
relatives and friends of the young Brooker, Mn Albert Caves, Miss The bridegroom, a graduate of Martin Bishop won the high Miss Virginia Trick, Mist Mary
couple. The Rev. A. A. Koestllne,I Alta Webster and Miss Elisabeth Homestead High School Is employed : core prize; Miss Nina Pearl Bush, '' Elizabeth Kyle, John Walton, Re*

former pastor of the church, came Skill served the wedding cake. at the Seminole Theatre j the low score prize, and Emory 'I' Faust, Billy Arthur Jack Gatlin,
down from Lake Wales to performthe Among the out of town guests They plan to return to Homestead Bearing, the floating prize. Edwin Lawrence, Pierre McDaniel'
ceremony. of Savannah Monday.The I The hostess assisted by Mrs. C. and Ansel Barrow.
was Mn. Robert Sleg !
bridegroom'i father accompanied
Behind the chancel rail, palm an old friend of the bride.
to Aberdeen to
I and ferns formed a tropic background After the bride had slipped away him 4-H GIRLS ATTEND Present were Miss Ellen Vann, R
visit relatives and attend the wed
for I tall white candela- to change to her traveling lull--a ANNUAL CAMP Miss Lois Walker Miss Nellie Mae
\ He also, is expected to
brum with lighted white! tapers navy sharkskin ensemble with ding. I' Miss Fern Robertson and Miss Martin, Miss Mary Ranson, Miss
I and on either old* bouquets of blue accesiorle*-the tossed her return Monday. Lou Belle Grennell attended the Christine Hughes, the Rev. C. N,

s Easter lilies and white itallce.Mrs. bridal bouquet, and It was caught JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB 4-H Alumnae Club camp In Miami Walker, Fred Borgardt, Francis

1 t William Musselwhtte sang by Miss Carrie Belle Cave HAS DINNER PARTY Beach which began Friday and Irwin, Virgil Clrennell, Tommy
"At Dawning" and "Because."! Then amid showers of rice Mr. The Junior Woman's Club en- ended Monday morning. Moffett, and Myron Grennell.
t Redd the bridal and Mr*. Hood left with Mr. and
Mr J. D. played joyed a bunco party and chicken Eight Homestead girls are attending -
chorus from "Lohengrin M the Mn. Luther Chandler who took dinner at Bishop's Coffee Shop the regular 4-H camp SACRED HEART CLUB
processional and Mendelssohn's them to the place where their own Monday night Miss Ellen Huff which began Monday at the beach: PLANS CHURCH PICNIC
I wedding march ts the recessional.Don car was In readiness for a honey- Redd Goldis
was awarded the high score prize; Annabell and Teresa The Sacred Heart Club on Wed.
and Irving Lyon, Edward moon trip to the Carolina Mn. Joel J. Robinson, the low score Grennell, Katherine Orfanedes, neiday made plan for' ,. plenty to
Brooker and George Bow servedas The bride was born In Atlanta prize; and Mri. E. A. Buchanan, Mary Radford, Katherine and Vir- be held on the beach June 30. AU .
usher I and came to Homestead with her the floating prize. ginia Kelley, Phlllppa Goff and I members of the congregation of the y

The groomsmen, Joseph Burton,' parents In 114. After her graduation Mrs. W. B. Caves, Jr., Mn. Au- Miss Lou Belle Grennell who Is Sacred Heart Church are Invited 'l'
from Homestead School
Jr.. brothel the bride, and Ru-! High Art gustus Wynn and Mn. Hunter Har- assisting with the classes. to attend. ,,'
she attended SchoolIn
dolph Gossman led the procession' din were the hostesses Miss Kathryn Cast, )leader and Present were: Mn. Don Ferreyr "
and the University
Sarasota one year -
down the centre .Isle. They were of and 'Members present betide those five girls-Phyllis Jensen, Lydia ra, Mn. W. C. Roberts, Mn. M. U ,'
Kentucky one
followed by the bridesmaids, Miss; from the year mentioned were: Mn. Burley Vihlen Myrtle Cason, Margaret Walker Mrs. M. S. Studstill. Mrs..
was graduated UniversityI
Mane Garvin of Savannah and I The Dendy, Mn. Herbert Turner, Mn. Stillman and Alice Wysong-an I Julia Edmonds, Mn. F. S. Mlaner
I Miami in 1934. past yearshe
Miss Elisabeth Home, who wore I has served as I teacher In the R. G. Walaer, Mn. Robert Glenn, there from the Redland club. ly, Mrs Frank Panno, Mn. Frank
gowns of periwinkle blue marquisette 'Florida City school She belongsto Mrs. Francis Freeman, Mrs T. J. The camp will close next Mon- Orlficl, Mn. George Barcus and
over taffeta with low cut I Walker Mrs. Claude Campbell day. Mn. Charles Pope.A .
the Alpha XI Delta sorority. i
neck line, puffed sleeves and Miss Grace Hobson and Mill Mary .
I The bridegroom was born in SENIOR B. '1'. B. U. HAS : ;
coral and chartreuse chiffon sashes from Bradley. boating and fishing party that
Commerce and graduated
tin.I extended to form train Each wa Visitors present Included Mrs. HAMBURGER FRY I enjoyed a supper on the beach at
l I Commerce High School. He spent
wore, also, a crown of coral tinted several years In San Francisco and Richard Kinard, Mrs. M. A. Logan The member of the Senior B. Cope Sable Friday night was composed -
gladioli edged with delphiniums, and Miss Betty Bowen Y. P. U. of the Homestead Baptist II of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Coker
Lo Angeles, and la now associated
Church enjoyed hamburger Mr. and Mn J. T Martin,
and shoe of periwinkle blue. with the American Fruit Co. at a fry Miss
Miss Carrie Belle Caves, the Gouldi. CHURCH TO HOLD BENEFIT at the Future Farmer clubhouse 'Nellie Mae Martin Miss Wanetta
LAWN FESTIVAL TONIGHTThe Tuesday night The hamburger: Peacock of Vrro Beach, Albert
maid of honor, who came next, When they return the lint of I
r was attired In the same fashIon August, they will live In Home- Redland Community Church were fried in the rock fireplace and I Phillip of Miami, Harry Martin,
except that her gown and shoes stead. will hold a benefit ice cream festival served with cold slaw pickles and Elmer Martin, Bill Hooker and
.. on the parsonage lawn tonight -- punch Winston and Irwin Hooker
chartreuse in tint and her
were Many pre-nuptual parties were o'clock. : _
at 7:30
sash periwinkle blue and coral. given In their honor.
Vanilla, peach and pineapple ice
f AU three carried arm bouquet of Saturday night the brlde-lo-be r r t.aataaw.
and chocolate sundae and
gladioli and delphinium entertained the member of the
cake will be served.
Little Betty 1'oibcrt, flower girl, bridal party at a dinner dance at
wore coral marquisette over taffeta the Royal Palm Club in Miami..
in redingote style with delphiniums Those present were* Mr. and The CalendarJune \i\\1\ ssnnal

at the throat and waist Mn. Thomas Torbert, MUset .......... .' r 1uaIRrr SweetenASPIRIN
and a coronet of the same blue Carrie Belle and Rose Caves Miss 29 W.C.T.U. meetingIn now

flowers Her basket of rose petals Elizabeth Home, Miss Burton, Redland Community Church at :: 3\
also was outlined delphiniums. George Bow, Joseph Burton, Jr., 3 o'clock. Mt

Lastly, the bride on the arm of Rudolph Goinman and Mr. Hood. June 25.--Meeting of Arenas Clubat
tier father advanced to meet the home of Miss Helen Livingston. :: TABLETS SO\.Ut\ON

bridegroom and the best man who PAST GRAND MATRON June 25 Lawn Ice cream festival o-.N.....*
t had entered from the ilde AU the VISITS LOCAL O. C. S. at Redland parsonage at 7:30 also 49 c
men of the wedding party were Mn. Moneys Rickard of Miami! p. m. 100 49 C
garbed in white and wore gardenia I past grand matron of the grand June 28 B. P. W. C. installation s p1N T
boutonnieres chapter of the O. E. S. of Florida, meeting and pot-luck dinner. UNION
The bride was lovely In I long gave a talk at the meeting of Ad June 39- Rotary Club'i ladiei'
trained white satin gown cut on Astra chapter Friday night, the night. .
semi-princess lines with long last meeting until falL Mn. June 30 Sacred Heart Church WHIT ESHOE I
sleeves and low neck that showed, Wayne Calklni and Mn. WilliamM. picnic. Elkay'sFLYKILLER :

tier pearl necklace to advantage.Her Johns who both have suffered July 7 Meeting of PresbyterIan = CLEANER and I
long bridal red was fastenedto i losses through fires were present Auxiliary at home of Mrs. J. POLISH
her head with a coronet of ed with table lamps by the chap R. Hickson in Naranja. JtlLLII fLlI, MOSOVIT I !I

ruffled tulle sprinkled With orange ter. Mn. Bob Harris, worthy matron July 7 Meeting of Legion ns weMPrita <: UgU10erPASiE
blinwoms. She carried I shower presided. Auxiliary. two PINT 59
bouquet o{ gardenias and tube After the meeting, Mn. A. R. June 29 Lion Club Ladies'!, i 'l9c

'| rose.The Livingston assisted by Mn. W. M. night
mother of the bride wore e Bradley served punch and cookies.
J pale pink lace dress with blue Present were: Mr. and Mrs. i
= for Corrtspon/enet ;
,. \ chiffon lash girdle and a picture George W. Turner, Jr., Mr. and I
j hat of pink lace and blue ribbon. Mn. W. B. Caves, Mr. and Mr = Lord Baltimore Alkalisel\\ \\ I
,1 Her flowers were a corsage bouquet Livingston, Mn. Edwin McGar- ) I
"1 I of tube roses and delphlnlums. I rah, Mrs Rudolph Mattson, Mr*. I 1 PORTFOLIO 1\1: 1 3
$ W. II Sheffield, Mrs. W. M. Syke, 1 80 SHEETS uL II
'; Mrs. Burton's mother, Mn M. Sr., Mrs. G. B Oldendorf, Mn. B. We give: : 24 ENVELOPES I II

|f i J B. Massey of Columbus, Ga. wore a Branch, Mrs. Lloyd Baits, Mrs.! I tam. CARBGNhis
t I blue taffeta dress, picture hat and Albert Meybetn. Mn. Harris, Mrs. the genuine 39

\.I ,White corsage bouquet Rickard, Mn. Calklni, Mrs. Johns,I COMpGVt4Dar I II
1. I. A reception at the home of the Misses Helen and :Either Livingston EUGENE Permanent I

| 1 Irlde followed the wedding ceref -I Miss Frances Dabney and Miss .Soft.'tolling wtvtt' _ibund.MM its E
| !mon,. Mrs. Burton, Mrs Massey, Alice Macomber.Annie l listing curb-....c.. the I 101.0 I

kind.!i perauncat....c.' !
I I, (JAa4 thsfi the kind we glue, ,

: For we do genuine Eugtne REX-RUB 'L

: Mayhcw Fitzpatrick ,'-..fag, with genuine Engine the Athlete's Rub ANTACID GAS
$*ch .tLn as "dmi your

Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal bar for the season, with IW Muscular 75< TABLETS
'lunl uinlultifoiu and gets. Aches e... 255

; ; Conservatory of Leipzig 'Jb(f_.. 'auk.ruj( y 40 for


& Beauty Parlor
I Homestead, Florida
Iceland Bead, mar Biscayne Drive Phone 1422
fr.T Miss Lillie Brow. Operator !I att DRUG STORE'Pa

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, June 25,1937 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Paige Seven

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I ,I Homestead Girl Scouts Have Happy SERMON TOPICS i '

,.J.',\.J.J Week of Camp Life on Key BiscayneContinued FIRST BAPTIST CIIIRCH ; CLASSIFIED ADS i I

,,,: ( from Last wk) lowed to whiff the aroma ot broltedfish. Jane tl -Morning aerator: RATE: First insertion 10J a UM; subsequent Insertion

.0..'. Principle ef Btpara- : id a line
,;" In the evening It was to lovelyon Uon"i evening sermon: 'Faith _. '
the beach that we studied stars. Mr. Lucas made a success: of "
(. Christ.
.to:) t., The first one we taw was Arcturut gigging his sun glasses from the June I* Prayer Meeting I FOR EXCIIANGE JUST RECEIVED over 100 squares

in the constellation of Bootes. We bay 1 good Interlock metal shingles
In the Heavenly
subject: "SitUng
found Polaris, the north star in Sixteen Scouts piled on Mr. Places With CkrUrt." I i iroR'EXCHANGE 3 tent onRedland I Bargain Cash .e a sq. O R.

1d the big dipper Corona Boreal, Cordon's two by four pick-up road, exchange for city I Oldendort. plumber. (p Jy l)

the Sickle In Leo. Vega In the truck for the ride home. Mrs. lot
or small priced horn in.
SALE Tropical cli-
Lyra. We had hoped to see theplanet Skill banging half off and half
was Homotead.
pay difference In
. Jane tl Le.sB-serneai rue trees and tropical: fruit In
tan In Libra and Antarcs
on with Twtrpy (Vida) clutched "Christian k....". cash. H. C. Harris, P. O. Box MM
II in Scorpio, but tape sounded too shellsin Mete: I season Jungle Grove, Rc4! n4
under one arm. Molt of the (P Jy J) ,
'fI road and Plummer drive.
soon-Just before they came up. their pockets were a total loss.

I' On Sunday rooming we slept a flattened out CHURCH or GOD I
The tires gradually FOR RENTFOR FOR SALE Pullets ready to lay.
11 usual Revival services BlchUy by
little than
when we were all. loaded on but Also broiler batteries. Shanklln

; After dinner we hiked to the too. we arrived safely at camp In time the Rev. J. C Turk .f Bene RENT Modern 4-room I Grove. (pdS

We enjoyed chatting with the for a fine swim. We ate our supperon mer, Ala. furnished apt, clean, cool: Mr\

It pollys, milking faces at the monkeys the beach and spent a lovely Eva Collins, Federal highwayand FOR SALE--Ripe oranges, tangerines ;

,n' listening to the canaries sing evening singing. We went in the If one's personal belonging werefound Biscayne drive. Ja 18U) I! grapefruit, fryers, egg

) and to the great old alligator blow I' cottage in time for just one game out of place they were put \ Dr. Shanklln Grove, U mil

at us. We found a large and unusual of "Murder". In "hock" and one. had to work I FOR RENT Modern 4-room west of Florida City. oSO-U)

4 cocoon on a cocoplum tree, We took the five mile hike to and work hard to get them out !I, apt Mm. Peter Johnson, 307 W.I I R. I. RED FR\'ERS-Live or dreseed -

1, and we saw a very beautiful tree the light house. Each of us had a When the truck came every one 12th St. (jnll U) Free delivery In city Phone

'e in bloom. It was a perfect show- nose-bag a battle of water and was ready, and all the luggage was
63S-M. McEwen Poultry Plant
'. of gold. We could not find what some mangoes tied to us. When (neatly piled on the porch. Furnished "
rent by
year. or un.
I. the name of the tree was Under a I iwe arrived at the clubhouse: (less Mr. Williams came over to visitus furnished. Inquire Leader-En FRYERS Reds rocks: or whites,

.5 cocoa plumose tree there were a j than half way) we found the and asked If everything was alive or dressed. T B. Grantham,

y number of seed They are I perfect bridge was down in the middle all right We appreciated his I terprlae. Homestead, Fla. (jet tf)

coconut In miniature. W.poll.hed and the tide was comlna in fast, visit but we were lorry: that ho I

and used them In our I but we went blissfully on our way, was too late to eat "hash" with FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUSI

handicraft work. Neil Sherwood would I
not sure whether we walk,
SEE B. C. MURPHY about beautiful

took us over to the barn and wade or swim back across the us.We ate the leavings from camp without down I i U excess acid cause! you
shelled coconuts for each of us ono gas
stomach ulcers pains Indl-
I. canal. for breakfast coming over on the j./<' ament. Mccrory Arcade.
heUer.U .
a patented We found numerous turtle trackswhere : boat When we arrived at the gartion heartburn belching

The Island\ was like a paradise. turtles had come up to lay dock we were glad to see "Slim"and FOR SALE Rough lemon plants, bloafnr nausea get free sample

Thee oleanders, hibiscus bougainvilleas Excellent doctor's r..rlptlon. Udga, at
e eggs. Around some were bear the truck waiting for us. any quantity. quality

d and:many wore beautiful tracks and you could see where Another wonderful week at Key from selected isolated seed lo Dixie Drug. (pm7-Jy23)
flowers that we could not spell the calities. Dan M. Roberts.
they had dug some eggs. We ended. But the memoryof
Biscayne PIANO TUNING onto roMlrlng.
of riot of color. We
dames were a (jnlt-jy9))
* and were Interested !In the many small the trip will follow us, and we Good used piano for s.' .. cheap.
found I quiet lovely spot on
y and under the springs bubbling out of the beach hope that next year we may go POTATO LAND 10 acres only. W. E.: Koon. US K. W. Sid St
the beach paused t.t low tide. W* dug down Into, again.
palms to hold our "Scouts Own" Soil depth, 2ft.to4l.$125peracre. I
some ot them and the water continued
; which takes the place of Sunday H. A. Cameron.
to boil
j school. We enjoyed the evening When we arrived footsore but FLORIDA CITY CHURCH 14-ROOM HOUSE and lot, out of''I I WANTED Good second: Hand

on the beach. happy, we started to work on our'I town. 1900! .00 cash. H. A. Cam I I sewing machine pedal model.
: Services at the Florida City Free
Monday morning everyone : nose-bags. Jerry found two pieces will be: eron (jnll U) Will pay cash. Phone 1414 at
Methodist Church Sunday
t grabbed a coconut: file saw and I of dry bread Instead of the hefty I
once. (Jn
t sand paper and started to work I ham sandwiches which the rest of,j conducted by Charles James, local.1 5 ACRES avocados and S acres,,1

? getting the whiskers the coco us had. Jerry started a private coU I preacher of the Free Methodist scarified land. $2000.00 cash. No''t'\WANTED TO BUY- Mangoes all

r nuts. It was very bard work but| lection of pickle and ham. (Notmuch '; Church of Miami In the absence< buildings. This is simply a gift kinds of tropical fruits and pro.

in time they received a lovely success). The following day:lot the regular pastor Mrs Edith'I IL A. Cameron. (jell tfROOM )''I I duce, sugar cane. S. Rosen T
I coat resembling ebony.t I Warren who ls on a vacation trip. E. 135th street New York City.
polished when we had nose-bags again w. frame house new shingle;
t had only one mlihap-Melba staged a sandwich-peeping contest (PUD
; j roof, all city improvements; H.
her finger Instead of the 1
scraped before we left.
, I EdwardStiling acre ground,' 38 bearing avocado WANT TO RENT furnished
i coconut Among the finished articles W* found steel ladder attached
I *, II limes, variety of miscellaneous house by year. Inquire at Lead
were: buttons, buckles, vases, to the lighthouse and the top had I i Real Estate fruits, price flSOO. I er-Enterprise office.

- candy; jars trays, swinging baskets I been painted black. The date I General Insurance I I Can sell on term 1700 cash: balance

and ash trays. We were very 1938 could be seen from a distanceWe i $30 for month This la out LEGAL NOTICE

J proud of our handicraft. enjoyed the return trip and Cor.FLORIDA PaJm Ave.CITT and FLA.Ave. B : of the elt,. An excellent: purchase I

In midst of all this labor the did not have to swim the canal
the I R A Cameron. (jnll tf) IH TH* CIRCUIT rOIIRT' OP Til*
buck came with ice cream for each I Next day we studied the hat LEVRNTH JUDICIAL rim'HIT IN

ef us. We were so surprised that brim and thumb jump methods of j 10 ACRES fine fruit land, on oiled I No.AND 40151.MARRHALL FOR. DAUI COUNTY FLORIDA

we could hardly believe It until we I judging distances and learned how DR. B. F. I road; nicely located, close to SMITH ri.lntlrt. ... AI.I(,.

tatted the delicious cold, strawberry to lay a compass traiL One pair STEBBINSReclsterad neighbors. 12 nice coconut palms. WITH. Hrf.nd.nLOKDRR roM PUBLICATION

chocolate and vanilla flavor I of buddies would lay a trail and Optometrist Has been partly In grove $4S j TO AI.IVK SMIlHi IEHIDKNCC UNKNOWN .

The cream was a treat sent each follow the other's trail We IS YEARS' I per acre cash. ) .
Ysa .n Mlwby rwulr.d to Power h. the
to.Its by Mrs. Hugh Kitheson.: It.I had lots of fun pacing off 10 feet Practice la Homestead Kill ft Complaint lor 4l>oroi, filed. ...1...

Was the best ice cream we had ever Ito determine our average pace. Rooms I and 7 20 ACRES, of which S acres are day pus 01 I. July the ibovo A. D-lylxt 1.17. oiuot Mlwrwloi on thItk U* ,,1.

eaten\ and up went a cheer for Mrs.ifathewm. .I Thursday evening was our stunt McCrory Arcade | glade, balance pine land. AboutI legations 01 MM Kill Vlll 04 tabor lu.ruOOM >.

night when our friends from the Hours: I 279 neglected trees-grapefruit. | ky you

If this time Island came over to visit Everyone Saturday .... 7.30 to 10 p. m. oranges and tangerine*-can be L.ad.wtnto THI* OXIirft t rUo.to of bo II Masi, '''FI the-
Wt lucky enough
were took part in this and MAIN OFFICE reclaimed. 11,130. Can make I Ida. fur four ronOMOjMvo _h.
|o find Japanese fish net float. program DATED May U. A. D lull
must sad goodbye were said. 1209 W. Flatter Ml.fttl. Fla I some term E. B. LCATHRRMAN rirrtcuf
told that
We have been they
There was a great rush when I'honeaZU5In5S Phone 7* IL A. CAMERON:' I tho Clrryll ('"iirlBf
have floated from Japan after the M. SWinr. Dopey i'I. rk.Ct. ..
everyone tried to get all her belongings ( C'&. SM||
Stebblna, Associate
storm of 1920. Mr. Sherwood Dr. L. W. 10 ACRES pine land (00 feet frontage OAR> CARR
back In her roll because i
kept us supplied with mangos and on south tide Epmore drive solution for Plaintiff
<431187 II, IIIM 4, II. ,n r.1,
that was quite) an undertaking as NOTICESTICE II adjoining Seaboard railway; $50

they disappeared about as fast as I LEGALNO per acre H. A. Cameron, Homestead NOTICE Of APP( (CATION FOil TAX

be could brine them. We certainly : I I Phone 72. (Jn 4 tf). NoIlM I. k>rokr DEED clew that D. Ulhi""

did enjoy them. Mr. Lucas and I (.....1.., balder u _l.iiw of Cite '.I Ml
Noun II konky rlm that UM kneewill .tn* dMrrlM lamb or on Murk thrronf MW I .
_....... .
NICE MODERN HOME. taco bed- tool Ton Conlfkolo 11I 4114 .I.t I tthe
Vrtv Skill kept a large rag tucked f bt .HMonr 'o war u.. amount duo f NABANJA DKAINAOH DISTRICT two ,
Ilk any of July A. DP.I. ko111.4
for UM you 1M4 ....I. set ..._It. to (I IodnMbliw. ko mm. tnotlMf with MM of sack Ml and rooms bath and sleeping porch. ....
oM U and ko m-J.
belts all times to CorUftoolo
In their at >
mop will k> Kid ot public auction <00 110....... the ltd day of July, A. D, 1117 Faces east nice roomy screened- ........... for Ml oif dad to .lour th.."""
with. ., door ., Dodo Count Court Row I too
Mango juice ot tko hour IS o-tlork ooo ot UM North 1 UM I in __ with Io. hlol C.e.O..t.-
'%Ml'. Sherwood took us over to City, of Mloml. (tott of riorldo.ItaorrlplfcNl In front porch with furniture and omororoi UM folMirliiK "-1..... or"inruornotH .
Masthu CO. Iw* elf. a. MOM TOW Tan garage. 2500. Cash or term. .lo Dooo Coonty FlortJo. t. .mLa
the to us. MIAMI LAND DIVKLOPMRNT L Sleek" I. OulllUi. Cnrrt /1.
A ..-. riot Book i. rose It II I''I I .
of there before 51is awl If. ST, .. the .t Mi
Those us that bad been ff. City
.. .
Low U M It stork INU ... _. r M Hndrnra I M MIT uf .
SIX ROOM HOUSE three had awl OMnnr DNA. state of Piero.The i
had I great time showing the of MWI X (WVBEtl "' '' {' 4* ID Mil Ow and Molllo i. Cufrrte UMIT .
I of 8E<3Frortlmol : 411 44 OoS b. Priori ... Altars rooms and bath. Nice larft ooMoMnoot, wf. mid.PropertyA.. .,,..rtho
marvelous] collection of jeweled MM OmlflMlto road In tM.f n
ME 4 14 .I.. 4 South Dodo Farr. lot... 4 U I. wM Gwlb.-
south ttakonn UoloM
rooms Faces on prominent
and knives to the I .
taggers gun MIAMI LAND DIVELOPMIMTCO.B.MI.MM : shell oo rxtaolMd according Ui ta? IH,
Plot Boot S .... I* II I''I street Extra large, roomy screen-
Others The wall of the dining N5son. dad WIN low throw m the gob .1"i
I Lou II to II. Block S _. .... .. Edward. _.. 21.66 A .
ed-In $1,800 cash. dJail IMTDouj
room were more beautiful than I II Sleaad. state HAYEA, and WOOD.county TO. C.Il..loq porch....... I 1.Oi IMk ou ofUIM. A. l> """,

ever for they have corroded: into 1 Dada II..... t'Ia. C. M LfATHRRMAN
colorful shades of bronze orange I
Dodo Cuootf fkirkki
and gold. We were told that at NO1Nirtlot TICK HENRY BIHREN9 or BENJ. W. Clmtt Genet tool

night, tits chandeliers, which Sri k ...... dM that UM Mhn"li>( ......,.... foods. or M work thread m.II MORRIS, north of ten-cent tore IIr (UUM N. <'. la STrnRrrr, U. July ..D'c < 16))
made ol .rI1.heUaIook like two will to Mercenary to pay UM account due Nor GOULD DRAINAGE DISTRICT toKo ... I on Krome avenue. Phone No 14. !
for MM you "M. bents ... ..._1" to II MOM, vwrthrr. with ooot of ouch oolo on4
I 'grea -moots against the walls of ad..nb/ne. will to Kid ot public Sorties .01 Monday, the Stk dy of July A. D. JtI ". ,
leaf gold. ot UM bard II .'....k 11000 M tko North I door ol MM Dab County COM HOMO lo UMr.rs.

J ? MJ. and Mrs Gordon were lovely City of Mlonl..-Stolo rtotwo of florid OM. tw .. MOM Total To.rlomro Buy a Home NATUROLCAS

: to in and we had a grand time. OUT* MIAMI GUI>IWI, a *.k, Buy Grove Land
Plat Book 'I. PM it I* N 40
I We-added some more shells to our Lola 1 .. .. Slack SLow ... Violence a. ,Idhrte 1 1..1 IS ALWAYS 0VniK:' JOB
tqncctlons."Buttercup": t to .. Bkrk. S .. ... ra.- A. H".I.. Buy Glade Land
Lola I to t, Hlr. .k SLow Virgil D. Lyon Hemeotcaa
t (Elizabeth) giggedan t to o. Diock '.'- .... It Is my firm belief that hi,*<
angel' fish, and she and Libby Low r to ,. Blurb, f .. ... .. er prices are imnUixnt.
j Lola 4, *. 1. *. sick a r
took It to the camp and broiled All of Tract I P* '1'"* .. B. Rolforty .. pass Dent elllbble about price.Don't .
and ate It The rest of us were al> Lot .. S. .....k S.M ......... C. t. CkrMookov R.L. .. I.ol
IM, fort of Mrt.. Los I .Ia.. II 1(1 W. I. v ink, ot ol Mo walk NEWT ALL
X SM feet of BI* of w% of :Mitt 84A,a.. W. I, ,..... .* n ..._ .. I.WW Buy sow
\ m of wu .f Jiwu I N A.. ... wu__.... It... Notary Fablle
wSbdNs.fg1yoW6ietiow'( t9E4f.ofNlyd1ofWatNW N 45 10 A. M. Calla .. IM y..lI'thanl: me for this outstation 'I I
Turner's Funeral Home % as N II I* A. M. Calais US a few months bent. FIRE INSVHANCK AND
M-HK AMBfLANCE SERVICE: I r1yy yy.de*E>4 of eR1Ear MF>4 SPi L pbwp II. A. Cameron i
of MEH atENLi MEM sa IE a II II A. N. wmottaI 24.44 IS N. Krome Av*.
Lady Attendant >! of N \ .. At 16 A. AL Willatto )its
tI DIM'-4 .. .1t'4 .. )11'4 ss "I.. v 0..... ToMbvrffHtno 0,11
Phone 884-R Homestead Fla. 1 II.. !) HATU WOOD.

... 'tU .....1VataM" .... c-;: -Aeodoftftlr.state sad Cwinty IS .Tse Collector.+r4rrt_ ..WANT.auAI1S sPA -..uUttfAD TUB WANT ..ws.cDiday


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_Page Eight THE LEADER' ENTERPRISE Friday, June 25. 1!vi:17

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I RI Fresh Ritz "



Mr. and Mr*. J. E COM entertained Booth, Misses Mildred and Margaret -I Coffee Crackers
it their home Tuesday night Field, Mir NeU Saute Mir
to honor of Misses Edna Nel s.J5et. Betty Burton. Miss Eitelto Booth]
tr, and Jamie Richard, daughters Mir Mary: B.-adley, Miss Evelyn) W -
of the Ret. J. J. Richards Smith Mix Mary: McNeil, Miss' lb. ....... Ig.pkr.
now pastor of the Homenead Methodist -: Ruth Tower, Mia Naomi Davis. r ;,r.t-.IW H .
Church: and Mr*. Richards.. Min France Daboey Mil Helen ,
Outdoor directed' Livingston Miss Marjorie Redd 21c
fame were 21c
t>:y Mir AntJonette Moy. Punch MIss Efll Booth, Miss Lillie FRIDAY & SATURDAY CASH SPECIALS
and cookie were served by the Brown, Miss Norm Gouma,
ho-Uss. Mil Edna Forte Mil Peggy
Those present were: Mr. end len Mill Marjorie Webb,
Mr Lloyd Field Mr. and Mn. France Webb, Mrs Grace Miss/
J. L. Scarborough Mn. J. U. Free Mb Mary: Belle Glbbt, Pillsbury Flour 20 1h. bag 1.03
Mr*. C. M. Redd. Mn. George Newman, Wade Smith Kermit I
Smith, Mleeee Helen and Antoinette Glbbt, Hubert Smith, Alvin ,
More, MIM Edwin Close,{ Bridget, Carlton Sweet, the honor'
Miss Marjorie Moier, Mill Edna I guests and the host I 11.


One of the mOlt novel and most I .
At the Presbyterian Auxiliary
of the recent
enjoyable parties meeting at the home of Mr*. Rr Y.
wu a bicycle party that began at Burr in Gould last week, a pro M ILK brand 3 Cans .
1 Miss Lucille Weif home Friday gram on "Teaching in the Bible inCooperation any ZIG :
morning and ended with slumber
a -
with the Public I
it Miss Edwin ClOIC" .
1 party '
School wa directed by Mr* A.
home FrJdn'lIlabt. 'S. Darling oi Naranja. : DEL MONTE :
After riding to the even-mile I

rock ,pit the and girls other had place luncheon of interest onthe cookie The hostess after were the served profram.sherbet and I I Produce Dept. PRUNES I Meat Dept. I -. '

terrace nf Mill Mary Arthur' Present :'Mn. J. R. Hick- _
home on Avocado drive and Red. ion of Naranja,Mr William Gray ,
land road. Mr*. R. E. Trotter Mr*. A. F. Arthur I 2lb. pkg 1ge '
In the evening the group attended Mr Darling and the hosteu.:' YELLOW Full Cream

> the ball game on the municipal i ,
field and later enjoyed other SACRED HEART CLUB TO ONIONS ORANGE PEKOE Cheese
game at the Clout home. GIVE CARD PARTY TONIGHT I

Mcnwiibo Present ,were Mill: Eunice Miss Elizabeth Walker, There will be a benefit card, lb. . . 5c TEA lb. . . 25e
party tonight at the Sacred Heart I
Miss West, Miss Arthur and MmClow.
clubhouse. Mr*. F. S. Schrrr and I
Mr*. M. S. Studitin will be the. RED BUSS / .Ib. pkg. -.25c Country RoD
hostesses '
Mr*. Frank Skill: last Friday attended
I beach party In Miami' Kemp I POTATOES BUTTE R
given In honor of Mil Roberta Two Girl Scout Athley BLUE OR RED
:McLendon who has and Barbara Elggen, passed their I
charge of the I 5 lbs. 15e
summer program for the Girl bed making test and their fire J - SUPER SUDS lb. _ r' 37C
Scout | prevention tests Tuesday at the

.i Home of the leader Mr*. FrankSkill I I NEW 2 med. pkgl. .....-. 19c Western
The O. A. will not meet

the Baptist dally vacation Bible I Sweet Potatoes 1 large pkg. ........ 19c
school I II hi melon.JFLORIDA. SERVEL Round Steak
........"....-...."..-...."................'''.." 5 lbs. 25c
ElectroluxProtection - Sunburst lb. . 25c
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I SNO BALL Bartlett Pears
I (Continued From Page Five) SLICED
: Becker. The children Included I* a vital part of government -

Catherine Rohrer, Shirley Dean la a vital Protection part of of oar food every-supply : Cauliflower No. 22 can .1Se B. BACON
Doxsee Mildred and Warrens
day live Keep food fresh
I i cry Billy McCuUough, Lavon sweet and clean from the moment I lb _ 10c
.' Thompson, Johnny: Nita Maud it enter your home, with I SUN BEAM Ib .- -- 35e
and Phillip Deltt. Jimmy and Billy aa even, cold temperature provided -
Guy Cohemour and Diana by *lay'* greatest'' Golden Ripe
;. % Clinton. achievement la home refrig JELLWestern Beef
I tie Mn. Ruth Morton and on and -the refrigerator that I Bananas Chuck Roast
I I Mr.. Pearl Schultt and ions at operates on'gan or kerosene for Assorted Flavors
only a few cent a day: -the refrigerator
Palm Beach 'I
were Wednesday 12c
j and Thursday guest at the homeof that ha no moving \ 3.1bs. - 3 pkgs. __ ...14c lb. _ _ 23c
1' Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brook parts.No
machinery to wear
r .. --- No dally attention FAR
I. freddie Chapman who baa Fresh killed
been I
Protect food perfectly Certified imitation
i la a critical condition at the Ken .
Freeze Ice cube, desserts PRUNES
,',. dill hospital a* the result,a ruptured Save steps work, money I Extract Local Fryers:
appendix i* now considered Owner win tell you It actually No. 2 y can Vanilla
out of danger. saves enough to pay for its lLe lb.
l I ; "; Why seat Join tie army of happy I each 15e -- .- -.--
Charles Clinton and Tom Coheresolar user today Why delay? Call u__ 8-oz. bottle .15c
an" on Jury duty in Miami I
!. Homestead 4S and a salesmanwill
this week. call at your home or stop ) ARTIIUR'S OWN LOCAL KILLED
at our show room and see one in
/ Mary: Na.t High of Miami operation. : GREEN BULK STEWlNa
; visited' her grandfather, W. F. A. Own MM ea easy nhase plan I
r Robertson, and her uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mr*. Rudolph Mattson, J. W. MAGINNISBranch Asparagus Tips Brown Sugar CHICKENS
let week.t Manager

w i, Mir Isabel-Becker left recently III N. KreoM Av* II No. 2can 25c 4 lbs. __ 25e Ib -. .. -- ..28c
i to spend the summer In Maine.

t: t I Joe D.x_ returned' on Monday j "BLUE PLATE"
from visit of several Let Us
x a month with

relative in Moline III Rejuvenate SALAD DRESSING w 25c
Mr. and Mr*. Carl Drawdy of jar
Homettead and their von moved
Your Car
M Jut week Into the Chapman cottage -
on Tenth rtreel

Mr. and II-n.: && Wood Work HEINZ

and Mr*. L. C. Aldrich of.lUnI'l I Body Fender Repairs

Florid Miami were City. Sunday visitors. fat Tops and Trimming Chili Con Carne large CD 19c

Seat Cover
i Mr*. Blanche Chapman spent
the week-end with her daughter PalntinrArt's
)In. Mary Johnson of,South MlamL -

Paint SMp i PICNIC HAMS SITS Circle 5., 1. 27

vn m tm need .t tint else jekKtaUnv
l*_ I fee Mtkaale We 1 Ml N.nOD An.I
aweeHat peer atirMgt.''TTa I' =
Leader-Enteryeiae. !J I: ] I' : '''" I III ''' :':: : II 1111111 HI'' "";: ': HillllIIi'liil1J11i! '" Ii.' 1111111 ''t'lllil't.I" '


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