The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00130
 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: July 2, 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: UF00087294:00130
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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RAIN BETTERS West Store Fire of Incendiary Origin, .1''

I Opinion of Insurance Investigators REDUCED MONTHLY TICKETS

AVOCADO AND Fire preceded by an explosion m. followed a minor detonation ANNOUNCED AS THEO. BLEIER
which awakened resident within a audible only to a few persons liv- /
ing nearby and unroofed the
btlf-mila radius and believed by

1' PERSIAN LIME I I official to have been of incendiary of of corrugated the building iron, scattering for several sheets feet IS REAPPOINTED MANAGER !

origin destroyed the building and In all direction and blasting out /

content of Wect'i Grocery an the large plate glass window front. .
jI. Mowry street at hour Ing Mowry street Various theories -
an early !
Shipments, Start- have been advanced to account for
I New Boards Other
Tuesday morning Stores Will Close Spring ,
ed Ten Da the explosion but the actual cause
Stayat The loss Is said to be covered bya Be
Improvements t
Lugs 1 II till the subject of Investigationby Monday to ObseneIndependence
I a Day $6,000 Insurance policy Only the police and insurance company Ready In Time
steel safe, filing cabinet and adjuster Day
TWO 'DA YS' a few metal fixtures were
PLANNED salvaged from the charred Due to the lateness of the hour NO OUTSIDE TALENT
FOR MIAMI SEASON wreck of one of the eldest there wa a few minutes delay in All .bvslawsa houses I* Hemestrut FOR OPENING CARD
business concerns In Homestead turning in the alarm. Even had except grocery store, will
the fire department reached the remain closed all day Monday, -
Lime Shipments Light as: The major explosion at 1.50: a.
scene Instantly the intensity of the In observance 'of IndependenceDay Short Sunday Period Reserved
Unseasonal Cold LowI I blaze would have defied all efforts which fall on Sunday this Entirely for

ers Demand PASSING YEAR'S to extinguish the flame before year, according U the agreement Use of Patrons
building and content were demolished ranked. at a merchant I

County Agent C. H. SteH.nl] said according to Fletcher meeting sponsored by the Red-
At 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon -
last night that the> rain now visitIng -' WORK' OF ROTARY Bl'7antlatent tire chief, who led land District Chamber ef Cwsimeroa the Fourth of July the
the crew of volunteer firemen responding early In January I
the' district will result In Increased -' ,long-JiopeoVfor, and at time, almost !.
v size and Quicker ripening' CLUB REVIEWED to the call. For a brief Grocery stores will be open despaired of, re-opening pf
of both avocados and limes. It, period adjoining building in the until nova Menday.Harare the Homestead municipal swimming -
will have an especially beneficial main business block of Homesteadwere bearing a Hit of the pool will take place under the
effect on the Juice content of Unties,'I The unique distinction of ipon- menaced by spark drifting holiday and balf-hellda to be : management of Theo. J. BJeler,
It was pointed out on a light westerly brceie. observed la 1M7 hare been
soring vue Shipments of avocados for the' of a Rotary dub In China, Reports that the fire originatedwith printed by the ckacaber fer dlrlkntioa I Mr Bleler was in charge of the
1837-38 season were started ten participation In the campaign to burglar attempting to dynamite ( to Neal _., ....... ,pool for several month prior to
.. .
days ago by the Florida Avocadoand rUse money for repair pf the mu- the store sate were scouted 'the time It became unuauable due
Persian Lime Growers and are nicipal swimming pool, and sponiiy by trained investigator. to a defectively constructed sootknrof -
continuing ALAha4ate qLlaU&. '. .,tu4batp.ti+s $ S e w.ead' .LbII..I .d14..AQt.4 EP1SCOPAUANSPLAN the ftoor-rm the deep eQ4.of
lugs a day H. O CaUerWxlcnir.iger Girl Scout troop In Homasteadwere the least support that theory The the tank which wa unable to I't'- f
i laid last night among accomplishments of edge of the safe was slightly warped slot the upward pressure of an ub 1
The Parman-Lehman Packing I the Homestead Rotary Club listed and the top bulged by intense BUILDINGSTO normally high underground water
Co and other independent shippers in a report made by its retiring Mat, but the combination lock was table early In 1818.
aJFt r) started avocado shipments\ 1 pltaldent J. R. Brooks, before he I In working order and the low roof COST No program of exhibitions by
about the same time. Untied the gavel over to his sue' over the safe was charred, but $20,000 outside swimming stars I ta plannedfor
Varieties ripening now are <*>M>r, W E. Rheney, at a Ladle, otherwise Intact. the opening day owing both to
File hi, Simmons and a few Pol- night meeting Monday night 'In I The fierce! and rapid spread of I shortness of time between appoint-
Icoki There will be only light l. gioa hall I the flames and obvious trace of An extensive building program ment of the man.ifand the opening -
shipments until September when! Other undertakings cited by Mr. gasoline In different parts of the over a three-year period at a total day and to a desire to make '
the peak period begins and lasts Brock included participation .in: building, lead to the almost defi- cost of 120,000 Is being undertaken the pool available to local swim- ,
i several months Mr. Calderwood I the successful effort to get Krome nite conclusion'that the fire wa the: by St John's Episcopal : men every minute of the short t
said He aid that an Avocado avenue resurfaced at Itt northern work of an Incendiary the Investigator Church on the property surrounding Sunday afternoon schedule.
r Day In Miami li planned for late end, a participation in I campaign I I'I old.TIVO the original church building Tentative hour tor the pool have)
I fill by the association In co-op> ''I now under way and Mid t a tw assured I to be converted into a parish been set .* follow: _k-dBJ'1
oration with the Miami Chamberof of success to pay bit the i ii house when financing plan are except Saturday, I to 12 a. m and
Commerce, and later In the i mortgage of the South Dade Cemetery : INJURED AS completed.The 1:30: to I p. m; Saturday, 0 to 12
tourist season a Persian.Lime and Association so that Dr.i Rev. Milton B. Sackett, s,m. and 1:30: to 8 p. m.; Sunday,
+ Avocado Day will be staged to i Improvement and beautification vicar, said yesterday that the program lto ep.rrt. '
acquaint the thousands of mId- 'program can be carried out In I CAR HITS TRUCK will gradually expand a. General admission to the pool
winter visitors with these two agricultural Palm Cemetery at Naranla and I fund become available and that will remain 10 cent for children
products of the Redland :sponsoring of a project for the j \WITHOUT LIGHTS no contract will be let until the and IS cent for adult A 12
District ,planting of shade tree along I II estimated cost I II in the treasury family ticket entitling any and all
f Shipments ef limes have !been I Homaateall'a streets, still In the The rectory will be one of the first member of the immediate family

A light the past week owing to the planning stage.Following Intent on giving clear road Improvement and beautification of the purchaser to pool privilege f
demand for cold : annual of passage of the ground under direction of
light drinks which thf report j to and ss often a* desired during one
an approaching car
ti JIll resulted front an onseasona] the)secretary and treasurer, George George N. Wakefield, agricultural month was authorised at a ron
failing to observe an unlighted
of cool weather in Continued Page Seven Instructor of Homestead schools
spell northern ( on ) truck directly ahead in time to (Continued on Page Sewn)
markets Mr. Calderwood said. 1 will be a constant feature of thePlOll'am.
avoid a collision Ernest Bishop and
A new church edifice
Curtis Lee AppointedTo his companion, Mia Geraldine
Incoming Club Ilelids'w' Dade Welfare Board Reitz were injured In an automobile '- Uculsrly modern Jo adapted architecture to this and subtropical par.- COLORED BOLITAOPERATOR
crash just within city limits
Take Places on Board section, will be the final accomplishment
Curtis E. Lee of Silver Palm on West Mowry. 'street Tuesday Mr. Sackett said. FINEDIN

V E. Rheney, incoming president early this week received official night W. R. Bird I II treasurer of the
of the Homestead Rotary notice of his appointment bx Gov. The accident victim were picked building fund The building committee -
Club.and George Cooper, incoming ernor Cone to the board of social up by William Belt and rushed Include H. L. Cook A. R. POLICE COURT
president of tbe Redland.District welfare tor District No. 9 and attended fa Post Graduate hospital, where Caves A. R. Livingston and Mr.
Lions Cub, took office as members the tint meeting of the re. Mia Reitz was found to have suffered Sackett a* an ex-offlcto member ""
of the south Dade Welfare Boardate organized board yesterday In Ml' a compound fracture of the Mayo Tom Harris Imposed a
dinner given Mmda111lJht at right arm above the elbow necessitating lenten of ISO or 30 day in jail
the home of J. R Brooks, retiring ami.Judge Samuel J. Barco. designated an operation after X-Ray Tint WEATnZB: upon Cleveland Thunton, llome-
4, Rotary club president, by the governor a* temporary 'photo had been taken. Ernest official wratktr now.. doe ftuhwvfetlOut ',stood negro lunch room proprietorwho
Present beside those mentioned chairman, presided and Mrs. GuyV. Bishop wa* give first aid treat Co.- a- sm"11-04 rue" pleaded guilty Monday night
ment for a severe cut on the forehead la operating a halite ..me. Thurs-
here Mayor Tom Harris chairman Williams wa temporary sec I | Bar., kUI- ,
members board but otherwise was unhurt lon paid the fine. He was arrested
of the board Joe Hickson, retiring retary.Other the :June 21 _.-I t 1111! 71 129801 .70 ,
J which He ha been pending hit vacation while In !the act of throwing the
president of the Lions Club, and for District 9, comprises 'June 28 I 88 i 68 ;129.111| .01
Mrs. Carl E.Dunaway with hill parent Mr. and Mrs Leo wining number Sunday night by
E Z. Thompson commander ..tI Dade County, are: June 27 I 180 ,9 I I
John G. Salley Post, American Mrs. Bernard Simon. E. Bishop and was returning froma June 28 ..___| M | IB |29.97| ..l$ :Deputy Sheriff Tom Vann sod
Legion Mr. Rheney was elected John M. Carlisle and Alvin Hor- danceat the Country Club with June 2> _. / II I 'T2 |121.8'1| .10'Patrolman B G Dye
I of Miami and Dr. Bascom lila fellow alumna of Homestead In the same court Robert Mltchell *
secretary-treasurer succeed Mr.i ton, an June 10 _.._ i 88 71 129,88| .14 i
Brooks. H. Palmer of Miami Beach. High School when the accident oc I I ,negro,drew a fine of live' dollar
July 1 ..?.... I I 171 |1003| .I,
The heads of the local Rotary I Mr. Lee wa for 15 yean a mem- curred.R. : or six day on a charge of
, Club, Lion Club and American *et of the Dade County Democratic: r. Ritch, driver of the truck fighting Mitchell' wife was *a
Legion with the major of Homestead executive committee from the SUicr was later arrested by Officer Wil- SCOOTS GO CAMPING I the[ receiving end of the fifbt\
a* chairman, constitute the Palm precinct la a directorof liam IL Sykes. and I* being heldunder A. O. Cain took the Homestead ...bJrllln reality was a severe beat-
South Dade Welfare Board, whichis of South Dade Democratic Club ISO bond for trial in municipal Boy Scout to Snake Creek yesterday I lag for her. Trial of Cato Child
chanted with administering the and ha been otherwise prominently court tonight on charge of to camp until Saturday 4 md Alex Berry on a disorderly
Redland District's portion of the I (identified with Democratic politics reckless driving without light and morning. They will sleep in I wnduct charge wa postponed by
racetrack welfare fund. i in Dade County causing accident screened cabin ]Mayor Morris until next Tuetda1.Y .


Two THE LEADEn ENTERPRISE Friday, July 2, 1937 j

love and power of the Holy Spirit; We again invite all U come aejjjriww

I Free String-Band Classes OrganizedBy I BECKHAM 1 WILLINSTALL I ;have mimed who miNt something the past wonderful.services t)'i with vircn"us in these remainlnrll! ,

Former Royal Academy Instructor LOCAL -


Seventeen school children signed strumenU that they no longer I LION GUARANTEED

tip for Joe Astoria's federal music need I will see that minor repairs OFFICERSi

project classes In stringed Instrument are made." i

playing In the Neva King Mr. Astoria who now lives In of
Walter H. Beckham, judge
Cooper School Wednesday afternoon Miami taught music In the Royal court., and Used
Dade County Juvenile
The courses are free, and Academy In London three yeanand I of the Miami
a put president
they fire open to thoM not taking spent 14 year on the vaudeville I Lions Club will Install the off icen- Uars"a
lesson from private teacher: stag H.* specializes in
I.elect of Rcdland District Lions
It Is possible, said Mr. Astoria, banjo and guitar playing. Club at a special ceremony In the

that an evening class will be held Those who desire instruction In I Lions Den next Tuesday ........n,

In the future Earner: clubhouse to guitar playing are asked to reportat I George H. Cooper will receive 'LAN
accommodate those who can come 1:30: next Wednesday, and those
the gavel u president from Joseph
only after work hour. Those Interested I who desire Instruction In banjo I r
R. Hlckjon, who automatically remains 1933 CHEVROLET j
who could at 230.
com only in playing; I a member of the board of
the evening are asked to leave their The mandolin, ukelele and bar.

name with Mrs Ben Archer, P.- 'monica classes will follow. After I Harley director R. Con Thomas and M.William Torbcrt I., 4-Door Master Sedan-Trunk; good paint and J

T A. president, at the Leader- next Wednesday Mr. Astoria wine
Flak are Incoming! first, second tires; runs like new. i ,
Enterprise or with Ceo. N. Wake- able to arrange his schedule. I
'and third vice-president, respectively -
Bold Future Farmer adviser, be- Hi classes for the present will
Thomas E. Kirby retains
fore next Wednesday."At meet In the 4-H room at the school : 1933 FORD i
his treasurer and CharlesL.
post as
least four who would like Mr. Alice Ruth Whitney, whose I
Ooley will continue to hold the
to enroll have no instrument," free classes In piano playing have I portfolio. Other otficers !- Deluxe with rumble seat. >First class
secretary's Sport Coupe I
said Mr. Astoria, "but we hope been meeting In the school audI- '
re-elcted are E. H. Oallaher
that some public spirited residents torium also will stay for a class I shape.
tail twister and Lawrence Pope? 1't
of the district will offer to give,! from T to I o'clock U there I* a I
Lion tamer. The new board of j
lend or sell at a nominal price in- demand. Arthur'D. '
director will also Include
Smith and Dr. George Ruehle
M... .Mp eb p bklUrM >kftoM bb and hold-over directors, Walter, f.
Picked Local Team Maw ab V a Ik 4iRIMm I 2 '
C.o.._. of. a 1'' ab I a I 0. Talbott and Buckner Bea cy. ; 4-Door Master Deluxe Sedan. A-l condition
T..... w 4 I &IKOoMiuin.fiUCnt I 0 '
Loses 1-0 to Beltel Roberts rf. 4 I ,'H lk I I I Mrs. Edith M. Horst, superintendent throughout. 1
eo.. p ... t o Knnta': .. s 0 0 of the Miami Institution for'
Finder If 4 w.aw a a t f '
Diamond Ball TenA ..0-... I" 1 : .C.ap'll of. 1 I the blind known as The Lighthouse :
Andrea lb S e "y...... rf 1 1 was the principal spetker at
It.II n 1 1 "' It I I I I I
1111.w of ... 1 I III Cloal.... P I I I the Ladies' Night session of the TRUCKS
team composed of player from .....at of a I 1111.'_ O 0lO.cto..I. club last Tuesday. She told of the
.. .. .
the four 0
te'l1\Il11 the local diamond
... work being accomplished and !
boll league lost 1-0 to the Southern .. .-.! i iitII. an outline of the library system of:j All makes, models and sizes. Priced to sell.

Bell Telephone and Telegraphten .... elms. I 1 I 6951.r. exchanging special educational i' !
of MI.mlln the best ball game .. ... .. a11Two records for the blind with similar I']

of the season Monday night on the .... Nk i y...... Barrow: ban .. Institutions elsewhere Mrs Horst I
Homestead diamond. balk f t. ...._ aI .trash amby also presented S. Hair, the blind i :
eo_ .. Ck"Inew st _. min". Bird
Oodbee, borrowed for the occasion T uTMr. Mobnu .. C. by the telephone men *rom Field .......... .a. 0 Campbell: 1. lito...... W10D at S p. m. every friday. H'I j Mata. 1

Belcher Oil Co., held the local to a.umpires Campbell t R.kb.rt.I.FRI. ......... demonstrated the unusual feat of

one hit-* double by Barrow and his trained dog and sang to his own Chevrolet i
rtruck out 1* men. Nelson of JUNK U piano accompaniment

homestead, pitching his first big a._'. .b bk,H.... .bpbb

game, allowed four hits and fanned 1I..f MrDanM lb.S *t B1pars.b..ablb' I I I It.I Revival at Church of God i

even. smith....-r C JfaMM..,.'!.!'IkI rf I s 1 t To Last Through TuesdayThe Co. 1

WJ3. Home Co. won a wild OiMw 4 U I sibrk ... ... e .
,...me from the Men's Shop 13-9, abbe rf I a M revival which the Rev. J. C.
V rfI
C.mpbril a :=: .tit-:
afterward. Vltitoi Ib (. .. U Turk ot Bessemer, Ala., Is conducting 103 N. Krone Ave. Phone 98.rw118
kt Holt ItN.UM .. .. I .- J- I p..' I te/ OocliWOT t e at the Church of God will con-
._ !. .
Burton :" ,
Department Store -J tinue through Tuesday the pastor,
14 !. 4.
scored two runs In the seventh InnIng J. H. Dodson, announces I' .

but were stopped short as Karoo a._'. "*. l f vTm .......-4. "Our revival meeting U continuing + ,
Horn. won, 4-2, Mdhday night with increasing Interest"
Brooker Lumber Co. won from the bM row, A I .- base as bulb I said Mr. Dodson. "and the re'liitil I RECORD
off, N.1.' 4g nMk xit bet Clonlni 4 DAYSat
Men' Shop In an extra-inning N..... I rrant>Mrl.i>M (, EdwUnplrMI .... have been good. Evangelist Turk I
time, 1-5. ........., IIoft .... was formerly a chiropractic :11

..... ..... .. w .......... .. r bb tor but after his conversion
The diamond ban game between HUM Sk 41 LLabarard, rf t 1 t called him to preach the Gospel.He .
C. tl.asa..f 4 t lilt""" Ik 4 t I !
the Ux-al Atl-stars and Coca Cola THRMT w... 4 I lKln| >r4 If 4 sI i i. preaching the Gospel in theNOWONDtR
01 Miami scheduled for last night ....... rf.. I I 1 r.*ulllr.. rf 4I Sears
._ ..
l' V e .0. r 4 0
van rained out, a* was the Wednesday A.D.NoO .. I 1 1C.Biilllnm ft 4 1

night league game, alto. I.Nod".......ef.. It. I I .. '.E.N.II.1t.K> aulllt.. dt 4 4 .e .1

tell M. .. V bb''An stem as it bbr.abad Ands.-. 111 I : *Bnrint : : t WE FILL THE '
; Il I
Room If a W.UO
Harris Ib ( I I III
Mlalb s e I o.eo.p'n eHutto. II
a 1 It...... tb a e tyo. -(--.1! .. 'HVGETFULOPEP
._ .... I e 'IoW.' eGAbor IISTV
.. .. .. ...... .
s a 0 Corse 1 ohq a e e e a .0.
rrNlaa..f.1. If .f. '" 1. e t 0 0 1a EGG A NATIONAL EVENT! .
1 e lLeo..b'U. 0 e 0 .
Brain .f 1 t ....... III s eM.C.I. WM klttt '1'...... Roberts, Ned,
rf 1 O.tkraaa III e.1e8. 0 *ulll...| .... W ...110 ell l Woman I.r .
.. w I. IN.... 0 2 6 e *_ Si wntk MM br *."". I ; nminiHlMT
//0..11I... rf 1aaro .. _.. 1. AlthriMl, O. lulU. i

b 1-41 I.. rf"t.-1.I rail ph.a, t......... Bb .... I AND FOR HEALTHIER MORE EGGS liENS The Greatest Values Ever

T.1...h_ 1 0 l a a-i feed the famous FIL-O-VEP; oat.
All Were t e '-a Association ., Ideas? \
meal base hashes according to the
Two base Ns-, ao.-. ......1 bass a.I Professor: "If I lay 'week', you FtUO-rKP Flan. Oatmeal la thhlfhest I Offered by Sears.MiamiSponsored i
balk ..111"_ .. ....... 1 : draft as think of 7 day*. Then if 1 say 30 digestible form ef grain I |
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ky Nri o.Aoe I'
Y.so I
y. "
Wltltop. H.I*. I I r days, what do you think of? and la more cooling than corn or
U..l. .., .......... ..._ ,, Student: "JalL" Wheat products, making It Ideal for
1 warm climate. Ask far the FREE

DR. & r. I I HL-O-PtP Poultry Book. I by the p

DR- M. A. BERGER Miami
Optometrist EGG MASHDistributed J Boys' Drum and Bugle CorpsA


Practice In Homestead Dentist HECTOR SUPPLY CO.

Rooms t and T I I food percentage of all sales nade Friday and Saturday fill

McCrory Arcade First National Bank wrt II I g. to bay new uniforms for the boy II Is the Intention of Sear

Hours' I to break all sale records Friday and Saturday_nd I* doing _*
Saturday T.30: to 10 Po m Building I we are offering Record Value

1219W. "' ,"r, Miami, Fla.Or. Office Hours 8:30-S :30 Throughout the store price till be *e astoundingly low that K

Phases: 1.IJu..nn RejuvenateYour will pay everyone to stock up.
Open Evening by Appointment

L, W. SUbbln Associate Car The boys will be n hand Friday morning with their paste, al

the 0"11111I-1. the new uniforms you will help te pay for
Wood Work
Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick j Body, Fender Repairs '

I Tops and Trimming: !

Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal Scat Cover I

Conservatory of:Leipzig I I Painting 'I


Redland Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone ...221, 1 I m N. KKOME A'''. :



Friday July 2,1937 THE_LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pue Three

1 \ IIIIIillilllllllllllilllilllilllllllliillll/ llll I them up against I house In the LATEST SUN OIL Sunoco 1937 highway map and NIl fool while he wa engaged ta II
middle at the plk --tll this at state guide la *o different that U isenjoying I preparing potato land on the East
II about 83 per. A quick turn, a an unpreeedepted de-
20 Years Ago slide of about 100 feet during MAPSHAVELASTMINUTE I mand. Postponed until the very Glade yesterday afternoon.
which one of the bd took a header :last moment this map hat been
and landed on the soft locks brought up to date with practically
\ and then they returned their flight DETAILSWith II every last minute detour or stretch
.i more scared than hurt, reaching of new highway being indicatedfor ,
lelllwiQ. Items ... t._ Palm Beach at 9 o'clock with the the guidance of motortot
)V.'v$...'also II.:'.. the Nor.a15 leis. precious document in their poss- many plant and office In addition, the map also locates
..._ ...
n. a.ah
tulon" closing from Friday night to Tuesday and all leading of
explain place
;1 ..... with the 11-
:' :r.'a..ar. -"Mr*. A. H. McCullough departed morning because of the extra 'outdoor beauty or historic interest I E
t :J. this life at her home at Redland, Fourth of within the territory ft include
t"A long July holiday exceptionally :-
J wedding of unutual Interest: Fla, Monday, June 25, {alT, after I A* a mutt, theae mops are *o
; j to a large number of people of this I I an Illness of several week She heavy traffic la bring popular among tourist! that a
. aectlon was solemnized at th.l'l e leave to mourn for her, her husband predicted by traffic authorities record breaking demand bal been "
I t.oIIlew Clubhouse Saturda two children, her parent, a everywhere. anticipated during the Fourth of
l'l evening at eight o'clock when MMargaret Ise I brother and sister and many However, traffic and police departments July holiday period. Consequently .
Baker became the bride! friend The funeral services are not the only people Sunoco dealer have all been
.l of Mr Albert Roller of Cleveland, were conducted by Rev. W. G Car- who are confronted by problem supplied with an extra large stock
Ohio Rev O W. CarlIn of theM Un of the M. E. Church and she act up by what may be a smashing of these map which may be obtained General
'. E Church of Homestead read 1 I was laid to rest In the cemetery I transportation holiday. Supplying free from any dealer

.j the marriage vow that made themman : at Naranja I sufficient. number of highway Public Utilities
and wife The ladies of the I mapa has for Instance, been a INJURED BY TRACTOR
r{ Longvlew Woman' Club, of which I When In need *f first tibia Job problem confronting the Sun Oil Clyde Low I II In Poet Graduate i
the bride lea member, made all I I printing phone t for mtlraa-te. Wtkppreclale Homestead Phone ItS-M
your ............ The I I Company. hospital with a broken right foot,
arrangement for the wedding: Leder-Enterprie. I Unlike ordinary road map, the caused by tractor running! overt I
'q\ The clubhouse wa artistically
--- --
decorated for the occasion with
ferns palm and quantities of
yellow alamanda and proved to
t be Just the place for such an event t.
A* the couple) plighted their vow
I they stood under a wedding bell
fashioned of yellow satin and alamandaa %
Following the Impressive I 1
ceremony an Informal
reception wa given Mr. and Mr
Rosier.. The guests privileged to -
J attend the wedding and receptionPepe !
the member of the Longview -

J 1 I'Shine Woman'Club and Club a ,few the Intimate Rain or R= 'be Getaway of a Sky Rocket

', friends."
I -"On Saturday, June 23rd, Ala I
Ford Connett. g well known bust
I Hess man of Homestead, and Mill Jhe I ,
Virginia Calvert NttiU 1 of Miami, Power of a Cannon Cracker I:
j Sccofnpan 1>jr a few friend,,
aippe4 tvf f quietly to Palm
Beach and were married by Rev, i iII
i Charles Pettibone of the Congregational
Church. Min Caroline '
j Stettner, and MeMr J. B. Poland, AIN
; T. V May and C. H. Elder wen /
j, qirith um4 party. The party wen )i'/
I Bi{ ow Aj I }moment that, !Ie both were resltfenfci.oi \ P r1
.jade;) County, a license '' m
Must be had. (rom there. S. O. S
call* were dent/too the Weather!
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Page Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday July 2. 1931, s+

Revitalized West Becomes Host GuideBook Contract
Signed by C. of C. Men

published Fridays at Ilmneatcad To Prospectors Looking for Pay DirT / 1-1 Little

I1a.. by UMI South Dad Mr*. IVaiMM Miner of Mimi,
Publishing Ce. district supervisor of the fedenwriters' Bird
Mi"e XMi.Ui Key WH ClMM W CMMMM project, and Munra & s
BIN ARCHER tdlter Campbell of Jacksonville aasbtaji i
BDITOra MOT, TKM .*r W MM> M* Snaking so their /IIO.-tult. htkr Told Us
MAKJOMC: LEACH AfttlUftAaeeeiate ..w..I) M ,.* that Umr ...,..... SupbU C....... WuriMM (ran ttoM state director of that division of the
edtw.hle. .f u tin Won Stanley filar to mmnnht sad HM.I MMiIraMaty Administrateconferred ,,
Work Progress
... ., ttitttEnter
.C tilt br W.. ChmfcOT tt COMMM. ta _m.>li seers sad
i ta salty prom. to KM kM vrttlm of tin beauty and UM fMia pMiMWMM 1 with officer of the Red
eta rtarM frt tar Marir we toMitifc A dais M IMlt -u kUK District Chamber of Coir'merce -
: ** M accent elat tellMter Mist r. I.sal nay WM <. bv Wwten M -.!! M t>= :. land wll -that each presiding of a certali
Mr. SlntMon Was faea..rly a anomb nor M IM Kn.iM. LMtar aM to Monday and left her I elected president Will'tilt
Mama .. II." as the Pont newly
U., Kw Urn MMM. TU .... s writs" r. the i."d.wa.t..rw a for compilation I
.Olc*a' n.........florMt seder tic __ of .... ..._ vets "neatly .... a We to aw Wait sad ....... OnMane. a signed contract at good aa a fresh edition of : '
riot .r. slaema .no .-. of the Redland District Guide.
tit art ef March J. 1171. quire. if hla first session la m t timple.
Things art happening In Key collective judgment deems that the Scheduled ta be the most complete t''

'1"11. FHOt. ILM A TEAS West Over the timeconsumingferry traffic will bear. and accurate history: of South, a fee :

and by the time annihilating In short Key West ta off the Dade County that ha ever been' -that a good name and a I hpu

plane the prospector are comingin shoaL thing are being gotten Into compiled, this local edition of UvAmerican tlon for square dealing art morel i'

Curbing SpeedersCan locating their claim and preparing ship-shape( order, the cook I* busy Guide aeries should b! to be desired than great riches '.

reckless driven be curbed to cash In on "paydirt"when In the galley; and as gallant a crew ready for publication in the earlj e e e e

While this tree nation debatesthe the completion of the bridge a* ever battled against adverse fall. Pr.ctlcaDy.U the materiel: -that "hell and high water" I* byl

question, and cast around for shall bring In the horde of health, winds and tide I* getting the for the work will be gathered and: meant a figurative expression|

a successful formula dictatorial sport and recreation seekers who staunch old craft tuned up to show written by competent local writer :1"0 referring to obstacle that

Germany hat decided to let at the at present art halted on the main. her heel to her sifter craft to the thoroughly familiar with ever] repair to the swimming

root of the matter by curbing land and "east wistful! eye" over 1 j accompaniment of a cheering, and phase of Redland District history pooL 1 Jf.
speed. Knowing the psychology the jade and ultramarine water somewhat astonished group who, and activities, and drawn from e e e '

of the wild man behind the wheel, of the Bay of Florida that roll between dwelling on thai mainland have Dade County registration Mrs f.fishermen are doing

Nazi officials have reached the them and the breeze-twept l slight notion of the recuperative Miner aa.lcLArticIH to keep those KM ',

conclusion that the temptation tohow i "Old Rock." I II effects of the ozone breathed by on the Florida Keys and pound Broad Creek Jewfish front

", otr to reduced to a min- I It la not alone In the vein of thevisitors Islander the Everglades National Park area I tearing the story of the Fort
imum it 10 mile an hour. that the life-blood of enterprise One thing must be noted In the will be Included In the booklet. Asa Lauderdale tarpon that rose out of '

And after has been courses with vigor and! story of the rise of a chamber of preliminary step toward gaining he water and playfully spanked
to a man !
convicted of recklessness, hU car that the spirit of adventure takeson I commerce In Key West material for this section of the Captain Bert Singleton until he '
new strength. Old residents I It It here due not to any Inspiration volume Mr*.Miner and Mr. Camp was black and blue.
li given a mechanical adjustmentwhich
him from who had decided to "hang their of energy on the part of a bell spent the week-end exploring
more prevent than a 30-mile rate. harps on the weeping willow tree" promoter, nor to tiny clever scheme and gathering data from pioneer' Navy to Recruit 23 Men :
of lalesmanshlp. It It Here because -
and do the "Key West Bluet asa residents of the Keys and Cape J
Furthermore the machinery carries vocal chorus, have suddenly Key West wanted it, and because Sable region. A Month at Miami Office
teat to tampering
a police prevent -
done Imagine that snapped exit of It and are fixing up Key West enjoys the presence
an cat
the porch sUps, painting the hitcher of a civic-minded group .r Miami, July 1-The U.,3. Navy
the penaly to for remember violation weukl Ktth be washing the dog and getting men trained (ii the achool.of Ro i PRODUCTIONCREDIT recruiting office In Room 228 eli.
all act to put 6n a beautification tary.Their I the new post office building baa'been j
rill (Term. Tennetseean.Tree program under the auspices of the quiet Initiative and the, notified that there will be a

Key West Garden Club and the confidence which they command! GROUPTO great Increase In the quota require '

Protectionthe Tree Guild: buying fells of film among their fellow- lUuna It the ed from this district. There will bit

nd dusting off long unused cam reason why Key Weft links Itself openings for at least 25 men *
planting of forest treat asa area ta meet the demand for ple with her slater flbrlda title* by HOLD MEETMiami month.
wind-break . U not alone effective .
meant of an active chamber of
urea of Key West; and generally Applicant must have at least
In checking toll erosion deciding that life In Key West It commerce. one year of high school, be able
through the curbing of dUll July I-The Miami Production
going to be a pretty good show to furnish three character refer
storms, but If also a protection Credit Association, which
after all The Florida Keys ncet, pas a rigid physical examination *
against freezing weather When serves growers of Dade Browsed,
planted to the north and west of a On the fUteantb March...t, By Stephen Cechrmai Singleton Palm. Beach, Indian River StLude. and be between the ages
a Careful canvass o( the town de of 17 and 25.
tropical garden. Martin, Monroe Collier,
(Written .in
veloped that there WIt no use for The navy ha 55 trade schools to
and counties with
A* a case la point be cited -Okeetbobee ,
may a chamber .*commerce. On the Southwest southwest sr- flung .northern mdit for agricultural jffer. It la the only place in the
the experience of Mr. Edwin Peace I
living m Buckingham on the edgeof tint of'Afrit.Jt was conceded that The emerald beads that'mean purposes, will -*old Its annual world where a person It paid *
such art Institution- might be apf* So little to then now, 0 Florida meeting at Miami In the Flagler alary to go to school
the Buckingham Prairie one of
the culdrst spots In Lee C untr. roprlate fo"ta| <\pparUcular I"ti And yet when they are cut and MeMorial Library v building onhursday The Miami U. S. Navy recruiting

Mr Pi act lived for and that the pTometer was prTO strung "0* July 8 at 10:30 a. m. office .It open from 1 a. m. until
many yean ably born on that day; on the tenth And set with gold,and nations bow
In Tahiti, the Marquesas and other I I The association has a membershipof 4:30 p. m. dally except Saturday
of the South Sea Inlands and don of April, Jonah- long lanky and Before their matchless beauty 233 and In edition to the members when the office closet at noon

not feel 1 at home unless surrounded lack, washed the window of an In full-voiced chorus shall be sung It Is expected that there will time. H. Sillt, U. S. Navy re-
trice in the Colonial Hotel Build- Thy thanks to tiny Creator cruiter will be glad to talk
in many of the old familial be a !great many visitors according very
III. an office offered through the Who did thee thut endow., W. II. Owens with interested
plant of the tropic In his door- to president of things over any
co-operation ef Key
friendly a '
yard. The he could the auociatibn. person
; only way getaway
Vest enthusiast Jackson S. Golden Funeral Services Held
\I itb It was by planting hardier At the annual meeting, Mr.
since to the reward Mat
trees to the north and west and waits men gone of faith and vision; .For Miss Mary E. Imeton Owens said, complete and detailed, Bible School to Have -

setting,hit tender trees and shrubs I counters magazine racks, desks reports will be made by the officers Supper and ProgramA
close In Jungle style. In this way Funeral services for Mist Mary I of the association on Its operations I
and assorted chain came In from
moisture la conserved they an unsuspected sources; and Hit Esther: Imeson, 73, who died at her I this ;year, director will be basket supper at I JO this '
shaded tronv the burning el home In Silver Palm Tuesday elected and made for the
rays treasurer announced that there was on : plant evening and a program at t will' I
the miihummet site and are .I conducted at Turner Funeral ensuing The association It
protected were year. two-
enough coal In the bunker to war. be the closing event of the
to a considerable degree rant casting oft getting Into the Home yesterday afternoon by the 'strictly a co-operative credit organization week Bible school conducted at!
from heeling In winter. Rev. Milton B. Sackett, vicar of St and ..every member la
channel of the nation's trade andseeing the First Baptist Church.
Johns Episcopal Church. Burial entitled to one vote, according .
Mr. Peace states that during a( What could be picked up lathe Work done at the school will beoh
severe cold spell the temperature way of tharttrtv was In, ,Woodlawn cemetery, MI- to Mr. Owen, who said that every

inside his tropical plant jungle b arnL member should be present to ., display ,

some five or six degree warmer Life since then has been one Mist Imeson was born In Cincinnati quaint himself with the results of

than outside the enclosure This grand tweet song of buying postage and cam to( the Redland the operations of the past year. last Separate

for stamps, explaining to anxious district about She Two director will be home-,
general plan planting tropical eight years ago. elected tt A little girt was carrying
tree it .recommended by Dr. inquirers that to far aa the rail- was a dressmaker by vocation. She the meeting this year Mr. Owen some egg from the tore and drop-

John C Cifford. If you contemplate road la concerned "Annie doesn'tLive It turvled by five sisters: Mrs. J. mid. Sam J. Overstreet assistantto ,ped them.

a tropical garden It wouldbe here any snore": that bigger It Wittenberg and Miss Nina Ime- the vice-president of the Production -Did you break any?" asked her

well to try out this method. and better full are biting with bitter sod of Silver Palm, Mr*. Alice Credit Corporation of I i mother

The American Eagle. determination that house can Stetton of Miami, Mrs. Annie Per Columbia, will attend the meetft "No* said the little girl "but the

be rented for the summer that the tins of rtndley. O. and Mr*. Elsie \ and address the members after shell cam off of tome of them.II

You cannot run away from aweakness summer will hold no such torrid Jordan of New York. i a business session. j I,-Ex.Don't .
torment at Washington and Pttte-
; you must some time
win know and that West
burg ,
fight it out or perish; and If that .
offer attraction not to be
be so, why not now, and where
you aUndT-Robert Louis Ste In Paris or New York I

venson. Key West like tt* chamber ofcommerce. Neglect Summer

That much 4* evident!)

Bubble, bubble. already. Correspondent claim .
Toll and trouble they enjoy! hearing from us. Then

Took a wifeExpenses board of director present a comprehensive -, Fertilizing

double. cross section: of the I!

Where's the guy town, and the citizen appreciate],

Who mucked the pun a clearing house where their hopes i' Don't neglect the summer fertilizing of groveWe
That two can live and fear get a hearing from a

At cheap a* one? representative group of fellow eltl- carry mixtures for avocados citrus limes and other
-Hen Stuff. tent, and such consideration a* Its, I
tropical fruits. Groves should be sprayed during the

HARRY'S WELDING SHOP next three months to insure clean bright fruit. Don't

ruxcrrox. rut.rartable wait Do it now.

Electric and Acetylene Welding CyBa4er Blocks

: CyltftOr Beads' Ahuatasa* Castings tad rWUersAoleeaetlve Florida, East Coast Fertilizer Co. ._ '1

Maekto Repabtes-Caatertag to garage to lane Manufacturers Redland Brand Ftrtiltttn :
bearing peering said aligned Mania*. evkaertln red posing
aril baring and cylinder boring. I'UOQ 1. FRANK' : B. BIT. Mgr MOMESttAO, lUL


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July 2,1987 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Five_ I

)Mn MeV.,'. broUMr-in-law and Joluf T. Bush of Missal fern*,I Mn An*** aubermaa and eon
isiiter Mr. and Mn. Bevo Webb. Dad County DemocMttc raewtlwcommittee 'Kenneth of Brooklyn N. Y_ were
ctottraaaa, and Mn W4m4ay and Sunday gueet of
In and hound : William Edwards who was graduated Bush wn vMtora at tN hems of Mayor Md ...*. M. BUverma Mr.
; from Southern College of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis E. Lee ii and Mr*. Sam Silverman' and two
: Pharmacy at Atlanta last mouth Silver Palm Sunday.FLORIDA children visited them Sunday
f returned home Sunda,. -
Homestead CITY Misses Kathleen, Evelyn\ Jean
and Vivian Sever of Miami
Mr. and Mn William I. FUk and Hn W. W. fceery. C rrsaBa *ii* vtalten at the horn of M. E. Severon
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd FogU returned
r Friday.Miaa .
Monday; from a two-week vacation
Stacy Hawkins, plant pathologlit. ins In Homestead a week with Mi tour of the North Carolina and Mr. and Mr E. E. Crowaon(
Miami and their babel Becker I* attendingthe
daughter Fton
who wa formerly Connect Webb' brother and alatlll""ln-lIw'l Tennessee mountain region. In
University of Miami thl nun-
net, are now living la their borne
with the Subtropical Experiment Mr and Mr*. Bevo Webb aU:1 Knoxville a.nd'IelnltJ they visited Florida
Station In Homestead and wai Margaret Webb another relatives and friend of Mr. and City. er.Mr
later transferred to Gainesville who came with them will remain Mr*. Fogle. *. Boyd Cohernour, Mn. Tom
wa taken to the Riverside no* for a longer visit Mr. and Mn. 0. Ckminger and Cohernour and two children and

J pita in Jacksonville last Friday Mr. and Mn.:"James Thagard of, Mr. and Mr*. William Belts wU month family stay ten Thunder In Chattanooga.for a They tw*> Mr*, Francis Freeman *l Homestead
tor a major operation. return to Baltimore today after pent Tuesday at Miami
PerrifM an the parent *f I Bevel wen accompanied by Mn. CtonInger -
and one-half pound daughter, bon I pending several day In Homestead ** brother and George Davis Beach.
Mn. Frank Morris and daiigh- In Post Gradual hospital Wedne a* the guest of their parent, -
ter Miss Betty Bowen, moved day The child has been named Mr. and Mn Frank Belt. I
Wednesday to the Hartman houR Mn. Alva Newcomoer of Mineral'
Anne Ruth.
--to Forvenlr which Mr. and Mn It C. Sherard. fin department City o. accompanied by her five' HOME COOKING
Morris have purchased. The house Mr E. J. Dher daughter, engineer left\ Wednesday for a children arrived Monday morning
r belonged originally to John 8 Iva, and Mr S A. Hallum of vacation visit In Gainesville and for a visit with her parent, Mr.
Harris Rocklngham, N. C.. who with her other Florida cities During his absence and Mn. Wm. Brook:
Served Styleat
daughter Gertrude ha been visiting .. Fletcher Bryant, assistant Freddie Chapman U reported to
Mr. and Mr*. H. C Uadley of at the Dyal home, left Tuesday tin chief,wUl fill his. place. be slowly recovering from his I, theSeminole
Staten bland and their three child for Rocklngham when Mn. Dya serious illness at the Kendal hot-'
ren arrived Friday to make their ,and her daughter will visit for two Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown and pilai
home on their Redland grove, the week before going to Hendenon. their three children left Sundayfor Hotel
former Henry Schumacher piece villa. Mr. Dyal who has been in Headland,Ala. when they will Mn. V. O. Rohrer and Mn
The grove wa a gift from Mr. Hot Spring Ark., for a montli spend several week visiting nlatlve Frank Sheffield and dau.hter.1
Leadtey's aunt, Mill Charlotte will Join them In HendenonvlU. I .. Prance, of Miami were guests'
Leadley. Mr. Dyal1 younger daughter, I Tuesday at the home of Mn. JohnRohrer [Dining RoomMRS.
"'""- Nina and Miss Hallum have gone I Miss Naomi Davis pent last and Mrs. W W. Severy i
The Rain: C N. Walker, who 'lo Alpine Lodge Camp on Lookout week-end in Miami visiting\ Mr., Catherine Rohrer returned to Miami :
underwent an appendicitis\ open Mountain In Mentone, Ala. !and Mrs. Harold Kennedy. with her sister-in-law for a

tion at the Poet Graduate hospital! I Mn. Tom Torbert of Gouldj and I ono-week: vtoit I GUSSIE JOINER
Mr*. O. C Radford will leave .'
Friday night, will be taken home ,her children have taken an apart 'tomorrow evening for a one-wee Mia Beth Hunter hat returned ProprietorEat

Monday !ment on Miami Beach for two visit with relative In Jackson from a visit with relatives Miami. I'

Mr*. John Undblad- of DrUcoll\ !month 'ville. all you want-the

If. O.. ha been visiting. Mr. and Mr*. J. It. Brook spent yesterday MOM Sever returned Monday
Mr*. Stanley F. Matthew for With Mn. Talmadge Jenkins Betty and Ruth Byrum returned From a business trip to North Carolina ] price stays the same
more than a week on her return la Hollywood. Sunday after visiting In Miami and a visit with relative In
from the recent W. O. W. convention with Jacqueline and Dorothy Dun- Madison, Fla.
Anne Rheney left Tuesday after last week. Duncan I 75c $1.00
In Washington, D. C. to which cad Dorothy ""'-"'-- 50c
other noon for Alpine Lodge Camp on returned with them fore one-week Boyd Cohernour I* serving on
she a delegate. Among
Old wa friend In the district whom Lookout Mountain at Mentone,,,visit. a Jury Hi Miami this week. I t

Mr Undblad has called on an Ala. 'I r

Mr. and Mr*. L R. Matthews in Miss BlUle Harford of Redland
Miami Mr L H. Woodbury InKland left Wednesday; for Kansas City
$ and Mir and Mr*. Jo*. where aha ha an office petition I I I I.I
/ Ruitad and Mr. and, Mr*. H Ii;. In a Chevrolet garage. She will

Regina live at the home of her brotherin.aw .
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wai
Mr and Mr*. Stanley WJttkop tear B. Sutton. I
returned Saturday from Detroit
Totedo'and Cleveland where they Geo.. F. Are""berof Key West
visited relatives and friend visited In Homestead from Monday -' .I
till Thursday.

Tom Lindsay has returned from :
Mr and Mn B. O Branch and }
Chicago! where he had pent fiver
ions, Robert and Harold moved
six Week undergoing hospital wilt ;
to Miami yesletday
treatment. reside. at 6? N. E. Twenty-ninth ,- .

Mn Harry: D. Wolfe of the treat ;' 1

Homestead Home DemonstrationClub Mr. and Mn Robert F Finch I of \ !
and Mrs. Seymour Dam and Miami visited the past week In
Mr John Wyiong of the Rcdland tedland at the home of Mn
Borne Demonstration Club have finch's parents MIIDd )tra., ,
returned from the woman' ln U- Allen Harford. Mr. Finch plan
lUte held but week at the Florida W Leave today for Lancaster Pa.,
',: State College for Women at Tallahaisee. where he will be employed by the I.i
Mr*. Fred Suber. the Pennsylvania Power and Light .1
other representative'of the Home Co. Mrs. Finch will leave for
lead club, ..returned:to Georgia Lancaster to threw week INVESTMENT ;1
when aha U pending the summer jl-FWll\'S i
Richard and Margaret Kneel of ,
Chapman. Field pent the week
" --
Mr. and Mn. Adrian Jacob and in Redland with their grandpur Ain'l CQl.ltfJrlQU ing. !
aim, Billy, left this morning for a nU, Mr and Mr*. Gear W. Kneel,, .
two or three week trip to Richmond :
Mra7ijj. Grunwell of
Va, Evansville Ind., point tedland Mr. and left Sunday to spend II Does anything in life pay greater dividends J
In Arkansas and, tartly Sweet stab and to'bring I ".
reek touring the '
Water Tenn. where they will vlatt home their aon George, whoa or merit greater protection-than your
Mr. and Mn. J. A. Pollard. On cine1 I
been In Camp O'Leno :
their return they will top at St. meeting In HOME?
the Future Farmers I
Augustine Beach. jalneivllle I I,

The FHA Plan of paying for home improvements -
Mr. and Mn. Thomas Brewer Mr. and ....;:&H. McVay otUttiesburg I y j.

have gone on a two-month vaea- Mia. left Monday for out of income is sound and sensible. It
I; tlon trip U Michigan, New Yorkand their home after a visit hen with .,

". New Jeney.- affords a convenient way to protect your propFIA

THomer spent DavY the who week-end I Is farming hen inf5latks NATURQLGAS erty Investment-and to invest in greater ;

ftth his family. In.Ur abort U before yet 11tIUa. comfort and happiness for your faaifly. : .

; boy a sieve fllUIICIlIG ,
(Mr*. Elisabeth : underwent I .
kv major Operation Monday morn- Ytrtll D. Lou Homestead t F Well be glad to assist you to obtain a loan for

lg ,t the Victoria hospital Miami. .... .
repairs and modernisation on a convenient ,'_

{!Mr. and Mrs.-J." R. Webb' and MONKEY JUNCU i monthly basis

he of their daughter Mia Winnie -
'. will leave today for their ONLY
Horn In Dawson Ga. after vtoit"- MON4CCYJUtWLC

I!Tanwr'x' funeral toe W. D. HORNC CO., Inc. ;

ADMISSION Ida Frank L.Skill Owner
(with this ad le
Lady AMecrfaaA Children lee 11 N. Krome Ave. Phone 507JFtlda
rums d. f
mut tr.a :
Komeitead FU. t
Phone tee-. ,


Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, July_2, 1937

I I.m- Social Events in South Dade 1',1

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the Homestead Methodist Church I I -_. .... _----- '-- .

Mn. Lena F. have planned a reception for tlelr Pauline Burke Carr of West Mn. Hazel Kellogg, daughter-in-
Un J. E. Case and Mrs. A. C. Mrs. L. L. Poyser, .
Knowles, Mrs. David Barnes, Mrs new minister the Rev. J. J. Rlc Palm Beach, director of District I' law of Dr. John Harvey Kellogg;
Horn wr hostesses at the Ciao and Mr Richards and their I
H. O. Thurman, Mn. R. E. Edwards ards and Miss Ruth M. Munroe of tile
and lax It will be given Wed. Eight of the Florida Federation of
home yesterday afternoon M... Geo. Smith, Mn. Dex. daughters. sanitarium staff.
night it a tea and shower, given In ter Smith,Mrs.Paul Reynolds, Mn nesday night In the Sunday achool Business and Professional Wo- I Th club presented sets of tropl.

honor ot Miss Grace Field whoM L P. McLean Mn. Homer Sullivan building immediately after the men's Clubs, in a simple but cal marmalade In Jan to the visit
Mn. Fred I prayer meeting.COMUS and of South Dade
engagement Alton Ham>> wai i Mrs. Albert Bussey charmingly original ceremony ing officials Jan
recently announced.The Redd. Mn. Vlvan Booth, Mrs. J installed officers of the Homestead -I honey to the visitors from Battle
house Wit attractively dec* D. Brannan. Mr*. R. E. Scott, Mn. CLUB HOLDS Business and Professional Creek. Mn. Flora D. Myers,
J. R. Doney Mn. M. D. Jacobsen ITS CLOSING MEETINGMr. local president, presided.
and evening
white flowers Women's Club Monday
ruled with M.... T. T. Bowen Mn. Mabelle I and Mrs. J. H. Webster el I besides Mn.
linn Three punch bowl wer. after a pot-luck dinner In the Those installed,
embedded pa In ferns and flowers. Rue, Mn. Henry Brooker, Jr., Mn. i:tertalned the Comus Club ThunI American Legion hall the club's Myers were: Mn. Ben Archer,
and punch WM served by Mn. W. B. Mills Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, day evening of last week at Its CIO meeting place. During the ceremony first vice-president; Mn. Charles i
Mn. II P. McDaniel. Mrs. J. L, I Ing meeting this season. Mn. Lee I I
Howard Field Milt Helen Field she presented each officer H. Steffsnl, second vice-president; J '
and Miss Dottie Horn Cake, also,I Burton Mn. J. R. Anderson Mrs I. H. Lehman and W. K. Walton won< with an emblematic shoulder cor- Mrs. A. C. Easton recording! secretary '
served. Wm. M. Johns, Mn. W. H. Woods the high score prizes at bridge.Mn. sage. ; Mn. C. L. Ooley, corresponding -

Wis Guests Invited from 4 to 5 o'dockand Mn. Frank Webb, Mrs. Bevo Webster served Ice cream Vine Betterley of Hialeah, state secretary; and Miss
those invited from II0 ,I Webb, Mn. R. L. Scott, Mn. J. J. and cake. second vice-president and state Lucille Bevis treasurer.
Mn.L. Those present were: Mr. and i iMn.
Chas. Barnes
'clock brought gift of linen for program chairman, read the club Others present were: Mn. Clns
M. Bridges, Mrs. D. L. Bowen,I H. P. McDaniel, Dr. and Mi .
the bride-to-be. Those who cam collect and spoke briefly. Miss Stewart, Mrs. B. L. Blggen Mrs.
train 7 to II in the evening trough M.... P. J. Franklin, Mn. Uric I I Frank Hauaman, Mr. and Mi Peggy d'Armand president of the C. H. Rice M.... Abb! Mae Gross,
personal gifts. Miss Thclmi Free and Mn. O. R. Brown. I I Frank Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Lehman West Palm Beach tlub, Joined Mn ,Mn. I. P. McLean Mn. Don Fer-
W. K. Walton C. J. Parma .
MacMahan opened the gifts, and Those Invited from T to 0 o'clock I ... Carr In urlnh.* members attend reyra, Mrs. Charles Clinton, Mn.
H. E. Schaff and Mr. and Mi
Miss Martha Close read out the were: Mn. Gordon King, Mrs. E.: the district meeting which J. F. Hammett, Mr? Jans O Nei-
names on the accompanying cards. A. Buchanan Mrs. John Scarborough -I Webster. will be held next month In West! bitt and Miss Inet Bevis, memo-

Those Invited for the tint period' Mn. James Roberts Jr., Palm Beach. I ben; and Mrs. Wm. M. Bradley.Mn. ,
Included: Mrs. J. D. Redd, Mrs. F.Fleita. M.... -Edith Keen, Mrs. Augustus MRS. C. T. HARPERIS Other out-of-town guests present I C. W. McEwen. Mn. B. A.

.. Mrs. C. M Redd Mrs. Mot,'I Wynn, Mn. James Bird, Mn.I DORCAS HOSTESS were: Miss Gertrude Estlll,j' Waldln, Mn. Gee, H Ruehle and
lie Wlngat, Mrs. 1 L.. A. Young., Stanley WltUcop, Mrs. Geo. Barnes, When the Dorcas class of the secretary of Miami Battle Creek; M.... W. D. Bishop visiton.
Mrs. B. C. Murphy, Mrs. O. L Mn. C. B. Williams Misses Helen First Baptist Church met at the i
Mrs and Either Livingston, Misses An- horn ot Mrs. C. T. Harper June
Showalter Mrs. Quo Ramon, 'I SACRED HEART CLUB Pye, Mr Ruth Godwin. Mrs. Grac
C. W. Little, Mrs. J. A. McNelll., tlonette and Helen Moye, Misses, :24 tilt members decided to meet I HAS CARD PARTY Ward Mrs. F. Oriflcl, Mrs. F. Pan-
Mrs. A. S. Move, Mrs. H, M. Glbbi,' Eitell and Annie Mae Booth, Miss oa Friday instead of Thunda; no, Mrs. Ceo. Barcus, Mn. Walk.
Mrs. Chas. T. Harper Mrs. W. H, Mary Bradley, Miss Mary McNelll during tilt summer. Mrs. Julia I Prize winners In bridge at theSacred er, Mrs. Mlnnerly, Mrs. L. C.
Gibbs, Miss Ruth Polk, the teacher, gave the devotionaL Heart Club card party held
Sauls, Mrs. J. R Byrum. Mrs. E Miss Marybelle Smith, Mn. W. C. Roberts Mrs.Paul .
In the clubrooms evening
A .Carter Mrs. Florence Hunt,. Tower, Miss LUlle Brown, MissFrances I Friday Ozlerko, the Rev. James
Dabney Miss Nella Sauls I During tile social hour, the ho were Mn. Frank Belts Mn. F.
Mrs C. N. Walker Mrs. Frances I Cloonan Frank Belts, Wm. C.
., Effl Booth. Miss Mary Ran- tea served Jello\frult salad and Schneider, Mrs. H. Schlegel and
Scherr, Mrs. J:. S. Capllnger, MrsLydia Miss Ewing and W. C. Dent.
Marjorie Redd, Miss wafers with iced tea. Douglass Tower. Miss Broeker won
Capllnger, Mrs. J. R. Pope,, son, Miss
Mrs Emma H. Moser, Mrs. H. M Thelma MacMahan. Miss Christine the pinochle prize. .
Mn. M. S. Studstlll and Mn. r. Mn. Landon Came gave an
Lyon Mrs. W. B. Flowers Mrs.Cattle Hughes, Misses Alt and Katherine MRS. E. A. BVClIANA."fENTERTAINS
Barnes, Mrs. F. L Mc., Vann. YI!: Barbara Don. Miss W M. 8. CIRCL S. Scherr were hostesses. Informal dinner party Tuesday at
tlwaln, Mrs. J. B. Tower Mn. Edith Felton Misses Myrtle And, The Young Matron's Circle 01 Others present were: Mr and her horn. Coven were laid for
held business and Mn. T. Dinatall Mr. and Mn. Lieutenant and Mrs.. William Cox:,
Robert Glenn, Mrs. V. M. Grennell,, Anna Moon Misses Nell Betty and the W. M. S. a
Mrs Fred Fuchs, Mrs. W. D. Coker,, Jamie Richards, Miss Hazel'Pennlngton. social meeting at the home of Mr Robert Bell Mn. T. E.: Evans, Miss Pearl Whllaker, Wm Jones
Mrs. C. G. Martin Mrs. Bert Misses Inet and Lucille II C. A. Buchanan Tuesday nigh I Mn. H. A. Cameron Mrs. Laura of Miami and the hostess..

Branch, Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe, Mrs. Bevis. Miss Ivk1'Connor, Miss Na Hiss Jennie Lobdell conducted the,

Hugh Seattle, Mrs. Enoch Pope, oml Davis, Mia Peggy Allen (Continued on Page Seven)

Mm Linton Pope, Mrs. J. H. [)od- Miss Evelyn Pope Miss Fern Rob- ,

son and M.... Chas. Connor. ertson, Mia Marjory Sullivan The Calendar Elm I LBE
Those Invited to the second per Miss Mary Adams, Miss Marguerite .
lod were: Mrs. J. U. Free, Murphy and Miss Lois Walker. I ACCIDENT
cll1'lu.: July 6 Meeting of W. M. S. PREPARED FOR

TIMMON8-DICK80N ten in the Masonic orphan's home July 6 Meeting ot W. M. t. ANYWHERE( I
MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEDMr. it St. Petenburf. Circle Three at home of Mn Fran!] ANYTIME.
and Mrs. Robert Dlckion announce After Mn. Geo. Turner, Jr., rlcllwaln ai 3 o'clock. ?
the marriage of their ,drew tile mystery package, Miss July 7 Meeting of Presbyter o
daughter, Miss Willie Mae Dick- Llvln \on. assisted by her soother an Auxiliary at horn of Mrs. J.
son to Jets Tlmmons ot Naranja, Mrs. S. J:. Livingston served R. Hickson In Naranja.
on Nov. 1, at Palm Beach. Ire cream and cookies. : July 7 Meeting of LegtoiUixlllary. 1 1 1
Present beside those .
Mrs. B. O. Branch, Mn. 1Ru
July 7 Meeting of W. M. Uarcles ,
Bob Harris Mn. Meybem Mrs.
On, Two and Four.
the hostess, and Janl Lou
Mrs Harry D. Wolfe Mr July 7 Sacred Heart Club
Blanch Chapman Mrs. O. C. Harris. nee ting.

ford, Mrs. J:. J. Picetti Mrs. Jo*. MRS. RUE TO GiviCONVENTION July 8 Picnic for families of et ur Save With Safety
N. Gay and Mn E. S. Capllngcr REPORT Homestead Eastern Stan and Ma.

will assist the district department The Legion Auxiliary will havea ion at Matheson Hammock Tincture of IODINE on your
president of Rebekah District 24 covered dish luncheon meetingat July 12 Rebekah Installs
In Installing the new officers ot the ion( of officers.
the: home of Mrs. Frank
Coconut Grove lodge Thursday Schneider on Wednesday, July 7, July 12 Meeting of Homestead hL25c VACATIONNEEDS
night at 12:30.: B. P. W. C In Legion hall al
Iris Capllnger, Glrtene Pace After the luncheon "Mrs. FrankB. I o'clock. -

Rosa Bllello Mary lUdford. Thel- Rue will give a report of threcent July 23 Sewing bet for Arem
ma Radford, Betty Bailey and Julia state convention st Lake- Club at the home of Mrs. Albei For ACID-Indigestion' ;
and Margaret Wyngate will serve
land which she attended. Meybem. Bisma-Rex
as pages July :Z7 Meeting of Young M*
I DR. IRENE 811 AN KLIN troii*' Circle at home of Mrs. A. M I. I
CLUB FOR BASKET PICNICAt Dr. Irene Shanklin was initiatedby i) Happy times aheadare

the Areme Club meeting at t Liberty Rebekah lodge at Monday
the home of Mia Helen Livingston night's meeting. Mrs. Ethe happier if you

Friday, plan were mad for a Vandecar of Coconut Grove, diatrlct .
basket picnic: to b* held on July 8 I II deputy president, was present I REX- S W A T have carefully selected ..
at Matheson Hammock for the and gave a talk. During the sod;I \
members ot Ad Astra Chapter Of hour limeade and cookie wen 1 FLY SWATTERS your needs

t I I th* a E. S. and Royal Paint. Masonic .rw : m 1
I Lodge and their families.A Mrs. Hannah Moon will b* In. ; for the trip. :Maywe
sewing bee was planned, also, stalled a* noble grand and Mn. .r e genuine .IC. outfit
I to be held July 23 at the home of Matilda Fox as vice-grand on Julj r help you
Mrs. Albert Meybem for the child- a EUGENE PermanentS :
your first-aid klteo" '-
+ .'lolling -"ahsndass. c, Teeth with '
lasting = sire accessories for toil
ktod*l s p.rauaeal pee wut i I R I TEN .

DANCEHOMESTEAD (ftal the'Ts the brad *t glee. TOOTH ette and camping.
I'Fee *. *> gcmilM Eugtaeyio arc

(,with gnwln fu...*' pASt .fieg Your Rexall Store
t COUNTRY CLUB Sachris. Let.*s '......" you ,

hair lei ito wtMe, with M.

SATURDAY NITE, JULY 3 nest Mdulaiioni and tiutvBush's
DIXIE .:: ::,.
10 till 2 Music by PINK ELEPHANTSAdmission Barber DRUG
*!... for gentlemen Ladle FREE I Homestead Florida
& Parlor I _
d..4T1ON. NONE lit sale COMPIU. Namely Beauty .
FO, I THE-3k age DRUG ,. {a) : IPare
Sn bUrn UWe Brown Opmter


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Friday, July 2.1937 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pan Seven

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(Continued POOL From Pan Oat) I ,. .. SERMON., TOPICS"'--. GROVE I.CLASSIFIED ADS I I.


rellt"e between Mjf. Bleier, the \ July 4'' LHueD-termen COCONUT GROVE .' First Insertion 1M R tlpet sa4seg11eet tnaertloni

UDell pool commute and a ubIttet ..,..IelGod". Shower T and I Admluloa" tiMsUnee a 1In. I

of the civic clubs pool __nun __ ___ .___
I Sat and San. SOot -
ilttea' Wednesdaw afternoon
,, itemruthortHsd were an Individual nan PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH te I p. m. : FOR EXCHANGEFOR FOR SALE Bough lemon plants,
I 1 quantity Excellent quality
,adult monthly ticket at tl.25 andS July 4 Merging Worship: I $ 4s
Mama Men Toe*. July toilQt" EXCHANGE from selected Isolated ted localities.
ehlld'f monthly\ ticket at 7 J cent "The Strength el SUII_". i 1 apes on
I Redland road, exchange tor city I Dan M. Robert
The tentative schedule of hours Young people' meeting at 7 1
tyu agreed upon subject to change p. m. I II lot or small priced home In \ (jnl'.j11)

Ply the manager It found advisable Homestead. Pay difference In ;JUST RECEIVED over 100 squares
order to belt meet the demands cash H. C. Harris, P. O. Box 598 I, good Interlock metal shingle

tf1n: convenience of patrons I SOCIAL EVEN'ffi (Ply I)) Bargain. Cash $6 a sq. O. R.

I Given power to act by Monday .a..ae ,ym.oessw FOR RENT t Oldendorf plumber. (p Jy B)

tl .,Ieht'. council meeting, thti joint I i iI
committee voted to have two springboards | (Continued From Page Six) FOR SALE Tropical plant, citrus -
'FOR RENT Modern 4roomfurnished \ tree and tropical fruit In
constructed in time for they I A group of young people that
apt, clean, cool. Mn Jungle Grove Redlan4I
season I
opening of the pool, to buy 100 i enjoyed a picnic and an all-d-n '
.: feet of one-Inch hose for washing;i beach party at Miami U.'ach Tuei ,- I ''I Eva Collins, Federal highway!I road and Plummer drive. l li
and Biscayne drive. (Jn 18U))
consisted of Miss Helen 'A'esl,
> out the tank at cleaning time, and i'day s )FOR SALE Pullet ready to by.j .

j ,to buy a patented lifebuoy a* required Miss Mary Elizabeth Kyle MIr: I II FOR RENT Modern 4-roorr j Also broiler batteries. Shanklin

o i by state regulation |Biirbar, Done Lavon Cooke <>( :i apt. Mn. Peter Johnson 307 W.I[ Grove. (pa23)

Councilman Frank Rue and Cordon Tliomaiville, Ga., Horace Ricn'ei' AND : 12th St. (jell tf])
of Cairo,' Ga., and Emory: Dearlrg. e10KATOSRlfi I FOR SALE-.Rip* oranges, tngerinet -
Ivey, power water de-
partment superintendent, have -.. i HOUSE IN FLORIDA CITY foi l I grapefruit, fryer, egg*.
rent by Furnished Dr. Shanklin) Grove H mile
year or
AA001 unfurnished ,
peen that the bath house, pumps Bible study and Mr*. E. J. Pacettl
I Inquire Leader-En west of Florida City. o30-U)
And other necessary facllltiei to I Jr., the rtavotlonal. [ ,,.U\\ \,...It II terprlse.i .

sanitary and sate operation of the I During the social hour Mn L. L u", R I. RED FRYERS-Live or dre..-
pool ire a* required. :Poser won a prize In a word contest It,'I R f o.OOM, i FOR SALESEE I ed. Free delivery In city. Phone
Mr. Bleier was. appointed at a The hostess served ice Co "U& I 83J-M. McEwen Poultry Plant

tpeclll meeting of the city council cream and cookie MATINEE MONDAY JULY I B. C. MURPHY about beautiful white
FRYERS Reds, rock or ;
JMopday night when four votes I Present were: Mn Stanley Witt- starting I p. m. gas range without down : alive or dressed. T. B. Granlham

.were. cast for him and one vote, kop, Mn. J. J. Richards, Mn A. I payment. McCrory Arcade Homestead, Fla. (Je4 U)

Aral cast for Arthur'McKee, an.I M. Logan, Mn Poyser Mr*. Buchanan .
4th01! four original applicant, and Miss Lobdell. WANT ADS PAY I I 9 ACRES avocado and S acres

,At a meeting-of the council pool scarified land. 1200000 cash. No MISCELLANEOUS

,jomnilM with the civic! club pool i LEGAL NOTICES buildings. This la simply a gift I

(committee Friday night, Tom, H. A. Cameron. (jnll U) CREEL! If excess acid cause you
I NOTICE stomach ulcers, gas palm Indigestion -
:Brooker, local applicant the ,
peel -managership, withdrew Infcltte' Not' following. dwrlbH ....... m M mirk th-iW a.i POTATO LAND 10 acres only. heartburn, belching '
i will 1 ka aeaeeerpai .mount dn. for NARANJA DRAINAGE DISTRICT taioi Soil depth, > It. to 4 ft $123 per bloat'nr. nausea, get free sample
) favor, leaving Bleier, Me"Ret -: for the =:;:.. ....:1'. aat opposed. ta the .Mm. tocatlwr with coed ot each aala and I I'I acre. H. A. Cameron. doctor's rnmwrlptton, Udga at
add C. L. Brooker of Miami advertlsine' will a. said al public auction on Monday the Itk day of July A. D. KIT I
Beach (In the field for considera I'I at the hour:af II a>lork noon, al the aorta door af the twin County Court fl.nn., In the 1 Dixie Drug. (pmT-JyU
I City af Miami State at Florida. 4-ROOM HOUSE and lot Out of
,tion. DaarrlplhM/ .... !>*. ... .. N... Total Til town. 500.00 cash. H. A. Cameron PIANO TUNING ones 'oalrln.

Attending member of the civic.I A MIAMI Baa. Flat LAND Bush DEVELOPMENT I, PM. II CO.11 It M (Jnll U) I Good tilled pliiio for s.... ct>Np.

clubs pool committee, whose work Lab II to II. Black 1 .. ..... II F M RnoVnon ( W. E.: Koon. 115 N. W. Kid St.
N4 of NWli at IWM .: I II 40 M MIle a and N.llto 4. ;., .. 8-ROOM frame house
Jn railing more than $600 to put 8E\4\ 01 8E .-... .. . l740400M.t. Prime. .. .. .. new shingle !
with $500 each appropriated b* I F..I. N j \\4. II IT 40 4 South Dada Ernie, I.... u:1 roof, all city Improvements WANTED
acre ground, bearing
the city and county, made possible, .Bakdlrlalari.. Ba* k, ,... 1* II IT 40 avocados -
the repairing of the pool, spoke In Lou I tW la. Block I.. ... .. ... .-" lOLan. I. Edwards. ..... 18 lime, variety of miscellaneous WANTED TO BUY Mangoes, all

Savor of Mr. RId er's appointment I I (Ikmad state HAVES Sad WOOD Coast/, Tow Collector. fruit, price $1800. kind of tropical fruit and pro. ,

They sold they believed Mr. Bleier I (I... 4. 11, IS. III July I). 110M County_Miami. Fl.. Can sell on term (700 cash, balance duce, sugar cane. S. Rouen, T t

was> best qualified to handle the $30 per month. This I* out E.: 135th street, New York City.p .
}cal situation to the best Interestof of the city. An excellent pur- ( U 2)
the local public in general and! Nut1e. 10 hereby ., ... that 1M following dru'rDnd "n" or s much there/" chase. H. A. Cameron. Jnll V)
will Ito summary to par the amount due for GOULDa DRAINAGE DISTRICT tans" furnished
.of.the children In particular. Those for the rear "'.. .Mmes set opposite to the "me, tae.th.r with .eel at each saki and WANT TO
.deeetielna will Ito mid at public auction otI .......,. the Itk der of 1.1,. A. D. 1931..t 10.ACRES finfruit land, on oiled house by year. Inquire at Lead
jycommending Mr. Bleler'i ap- the bear 01 It dd ek.eoon, at the north door 01 1M Dado County Court "- in the road; nicely located, close to office
pomlmen. [Included Ben Archer, city oIlIi..I, State 01 Florida er-Enterprise
neighbor : nice coconut
.... .. Total TOI
chairman of the committee, Mr*. .-... I.. q. Name (18111\1.1'
SOUTH MUIII GARDENS a Spa, Has been partly In
!DyjaVways and mean chair. Plot Beek 13. Per. IL..___ .... I' I. 40 cash. LEGAL NOTICENOTICE
anon Et'L. and Paul. Loss I Ie I. Blook t ..._ .... .'..... 71crom e A. Hniferls-.5 ...\ per acre
; ; Lawrence lob 7 t. L block a.. Flureaw. & Balloter .. ... 00000. TO ITtM'KHnl.l.KRM
U sr\eA'ihalrman of the dance tub.I Lots I is I. H1-eh a .. ...1 "
20 ACRES, of which 5 acre are If... to holly piers that the an I ,
lAW I to 1. BIociI 0.- Cord
Norio the
motion by Preston coed of th. 1 I t
glade, balance pine land. About :u''t'IIoI ;
lte:91te; lAW I I. 7. Work 7I Rene Nurseries Co ld al 1hifl d.
wa taken but the Lou a, 7. '. Block d ... r..... 't'I
279 Homoalaad.
neglected tree*-grapefruit of the Company at (
: ...... .....
... a. Halt
I All. Truce I PS 814L. Ploreneo .rtp three ..bole a
tier council July II. INT al .
left to the Moaoay
wa com. Lot. 4 be .l. .. C. J. Christopher' INL ....- orange and tangerines-can be on. ... bane
ot starting
I "" 1 0.10I :: for the purpose ; a
U" : p
ralttee on the bail of opinion ex- N 380 fit of : .. 1 54 H 40 10 W, ;. Vkk. as we reclaimed. 1150. Can make af dlratun cad trnnMwtlni sash ia. titer 'I

Several individual, In-1 N ':I-ltofJ'1.\lW\, (4.of NE'4 : :: :: ': ::. .IM.Vi'':; .. 10.41 1:stNIA tome terms. bwlnam may. conw ...,.... the mwrWM I.....

aiRd\Urs. E. A. Froicher, Clar-I W 14 ofllj, of K_'j of W of )lW" 20 64 to 10 A. ha-Calais .. s.a8Ey. Phone 71 IL A. CAMERON I (JuN I. R. KROME.! I III Ommlary ,!
4A1 ... ....
eh r and James C. Vann,I of 1'1 EI', of or 1'1'IV'4 II H 44 II A. M. C.I.to. -
I tsy(, ;1. d NRa : NE%. ...,. 10 ACRES land 660 feet frontage NOTICE, Or APPLICATION POI TAXI !
ipakeln favor of McKee'i appoint R ( of ex% e and dint pine DEIDNotlra
\ NE'" of 1'1\\. N 56 40 \I A. M. WII_ ads on south side Epmore drive, I to hereby saws that Daiawr NPrlpa .
I YselA NRIAddBENxt s II 40 11 A. ... Will" If .
: of yt koMrr a. _.... at KVMlkomnr.lr.MH
1 iN'" orlilt'" of axis of Nk\4 II II to 6 Grew 71w.burg adjoining Seaboard railway; $50 I DMrtot TM sale! OanlflralrNumkarad
mentROTARYWORK CII..I) HAYIS WOOD. "I per acre. H. A. Cameron, Homestead ..... deed the lot aVqrAiwu.1. >><
I state and County Tn Collaber. )
A D. ln ha. tIM NOW CMIirlata
I I (luxe .. 11. 11. 55: July 1)). Dod. Cotonlp, MLmI Fla Phone 72. (jn, 4 U).I. In a>, oIr.... and .... mad. .m>llaatkin I
lot.tax deed to ..... Iknwn lot I j,
I --I III NICE MODERN HOME:, t....o bedrooms aowrdaa with Jew saw CartlfbaWaaitracaa
Uu MlavIM aiaan>n. ..nvr<.. '
(fcorillnued From Page One) bath and sleeping; porch. ahmt.dn Dada 0..... rtoaKIa to-wlt i '
Facet east nice roomy screened- Trends 17 la Itt l.SattlMi M, T.... i
VI. Frick, who remains In office, Pd6H i I In front porch with furniture and 1 ship' 14 Soul, Run 40 Ka t. ."n
ie was presented with a diamond II "'Inl.. 446 Aorm mass or lions I I-et-
garage. $2,900 Cash or terms. OIl I. Dodo Gusty. ...... of PliirMaTbt .
!JHotvry pin. Past president pinsAver ...... e.w..a.nt of mkt niop.ru under i
presented to Mr. Brook and I the MM Ortlflcat. Lams wee In tkr name
;Ja Rue. L. L Chandler J : r1tNl SIX ROOM HOUSE three bedrooms lof Unknown UNION. mid OtrtmaaU dell.
JTrark and bath. Nice k. redeemed arrordlnc to lei, tai ....
I large
Kvho Made the presentation, Mill' w11au.. Uwronn on tka Ird dar of AWUI
"' I, rooms Faces south on prominent A. D. 1117
: there was a similar pin also for I -. ,. .
I street Extra DOW thin Ut dot nf ) \ A l> IM1
1 large, roomy screen-
i Frank Skin who was not prexsn- 8. a LKATHIHMAN:
I MbJH. ed-ln porch. $1,900 cash. i Clark of Iberia Caan
I After the meeting beano wan U 0..00 I 1 Pads Oamtr. n 'I .. -- .. j I Omit, Court .
I ,played ---7 See SoalMr N C. STritim I) r
Musical number on the program \' .:: HENRY BLURENS or DENJ W. I July .. e. It. II, Ml)
I I !
Included violin solos Miss .
by Alta I '
i I II MORRIS, north of ten-cent storeon NOTICE OF ATM NATION FtH TAX
Webster, accompanied by her,I i Krom avenue. Phone No. $4,I PERU
mother Mn Julian H. Webster,! Notln It kaMkr loon thai 0 l. Bar.'nP
I I rrlno kolnVr a. .olaiw. of city at Miami -
jand vocal solos by Mr. w n. Muse' Too C..rtlfto... Numkmd UIM d M I

aelwhlte one of which had .1'' WHEN YOU BUY THE U* ***>M. ; Edward Stiling U mid,. 4tk Cwtlflrat dot of July In mt A...rf.D...IMS and kw has..filed..... .

jylolin obllgato by Dr. 11. S. ac-1 Application lair tai *..d lo .k.ua UlrrxnlIn .
:.Mr. Webster was the piano Real Estate amnrdanca with law (aid VorHflraib.pw.
...Itr_ the frdl.wkie. deer./bed ..........,.
icompanlit ,, as Why risk discomfort and faulty thaws? General Insurance situated Is Dad. c....... rloriolo t..wll'
fat 5. black .. CutU" C-'". 1Mttnsk
; Those present were Mr. and
Probak Jr.-product of thed'* largest FLORIDA C1TT. FLA. I 11, 37, Is the City o.ml. Mi-
:thins Chai T. Fuchs, Jr, Mr. andMrs. Made nuktf positively guarantee comfort //: Cor. Palm Ave. and Av*. B CoaM .J Dad.. (ata o< rlurU.Tka .
and Mr Rue mm.im.at of said amarftt nnUrrtka
Fred Redd, Mr. ,
t7ad earollomy-.ells at 4 tot 10.kr "..
!Mr and Mr*. T. J. Fault, (guests), 0i i Unknown u._ NOW OartMlroU
far! and Mr W H. Wood, Mr. I edge blade I 11 automatically ground, booed Yt 101, .n ko e.dee.rd araordln ta Mm. la tard
and Stropped by pedal proeeaa.lt b mid / Home will kvaa IhoraMi OIl 1M *..!> day
!land Mr. Lee H Lehman Mr. and: cot \ Buy a I July A. O .INI

Tom Lindsey, Mr. and Mn a B. :: my IrrfuUoe Enjoy real having comfort at I I Clark"E. a at LrATHFMMAM tlrralt. Gear).

'?Parker Mr. and Mr*. Howard I.-. firk*. Buy a package of Probak Jr.from v I Buy Glade LandIt I cane S'I.Dada Oir.tr n..rUaClrutt .

'Johnson Dr. and Mr*. Wolfe, Mr.I I yaj dearer.: today Is my firm belief that blh- I I 8r N. C. trrairrr. n t.
(fund )Irs. Muiielwhlte (guests)I., er price are Imminent. i I (June II. la. Job I. I. 11)

'Mr. and Mr Paul Reynolds, Mr.
end Mn Rheney Mr. and Mn. Don't quibble abort price
Webster (guests), Mr. Frick, J D.: : Bay DOW

Redd, Wade Hunt. Tom Grantham A I' I i I Yeull thank ne for this j Notary Pnbtle
Chat.J. .
W Y. Bush James Wollam. FIRE INSURANCE AND
a few months heae.
Cave. Max Losner Paul LotMr BLADES I! KI.VDRFD LINES

(guest). and Mr Don Fer- 1 II. A. Cameron $$ N. Krone Ave..r. !
t rioouci M tag_woiiftt usain Mass !
eyra (guest) isetrrtr.mam/


e Eieht THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday, July 2, )

well, who did good work In forestry """ ,
REDLAND UNIT the past year, went te the vocational "
forestry camp at OXeno for two
114 M 714 K-(91 ;
F.F.A. BOYSVIN I week as a reward Ivan such Soda Delicious
pupils by the Florida ten* Ser
'rIcebey wilt return home
STATE AWARDS about July 4. with Mr. and Mr*. FIG
BenJ. Crunwell, who went on a Crackers l
short vacation trip this week and
High boners were won by mem will visit the camp at the close ef
bar of the Redland Chapter, Fu- the camping period. BARS
tun Fanners: et America at the
slate convention held In Gainesville 1-1b. pkr.
June 18-17 according to report Aped Florida City Man 3 Z&
of delegate made at a meeting ol Missing From Kendall I
the chapter Monday night at the
.home ol Onvnlund Billy camp- Hall was reported yesterday :lOc FRIDAY & SATURDAY CASH SPECIALS ZSc .
bell. aa having been sees to Miami
Warn Wood received the high Uinw day ate
eat decree awarded by the abate William Hall 12 who resided in
association that of State Planter, Florida City for 20 years before be. SUGAR bulk 5 Ibs.
and was elected state secretary for corning an Inmate) of the Dade ZSc
the coming year. He also recelv. County home at Kendall March
ed a five-dollar cash prize for his of last year baa been the object
project In Irish potatoes and three
of a search following his disappearance
dollar for his essay on "How Crop from the institution hut '
Are Fertilised on My Home Farm." Friday COFFEE Del Monte vacuum packed 'be' 27
Theee prides, a* well as a two- A party of 10 men scoured fields .
dollar cash prize to Alvin Prothero surrounding the home Monday and
for hit essay, were provided by the coast guard planes Joined In the
Chilean Nitrate of Soda educational search Monday afternoon. Hall

contests]Billy bureau Campbell for, which Future. won sponsors Farmen third placein then was road home.,last about seen a mile Friday from on the Sunset county MILK any brand, 3 tall Cans Zl.c'

the 40-yard dash swimming. About five feet even Inches
event tall and weighing ISO pounds Hall
Warren Wood' and Larry Holt', and "1
wore gold-rimmed spectacles Beech Nut

member were land but attending the chapter:official Jn also to delegates were the eonwntton,1. of Red-Feared carried ties due he a to cane may his Because advanced not have of age survived infirm., It I* Produce Dept. BABY FOOD I Meat DOe j I

Hawk, Billy Campbell, Alvin !exposure to Florida City gggsg
Before coming 10c
glass a
Prothero, per:
Haley; Macey George ,Mr. Hall had been a Jeweler by Golden Ripe FRESH
CrunwtU Willis Baxley, Charles (trad He hat no known relative
Eehren They were accompanied Calf Brains
Bananas ,
t by the chapter adviser, M A. Bak. DEL MONTE -
er, and Mr*. Bilker They left here
June U and returned June 19 3 lbs. .n. 10e PRUNES lb. .. .. 14c
after a tour of point of interest

between Among Gainesville the point and of home.interest Red BUss 2-lb. pkg. 19c GEORGIAT

visited were Juniper Sprint In I ,
the Ocala national forest a cigar New Potatoes Smoked. Bacon
factory and bottling work In OCTAGON
Tampa, and "Roster4. Kwility
King" pigeon ranch at Fairish FINISH YOUR IRONING 5 lbs. _.u. 1410 Toilet Soap lb. .u. 28c
While in Gainesville everyone
enjoyed the convention program' IN HALF THE TIME Western Beef
fully. Including the trip to Silver WITH THE Yellow or '
Springs the educational tour of Chuck RoastI.
Gainesville and vicinity the wiener ONIONS Cleanser I. ,
roast at Glen Springs, and the ORGl
\ arloui contests In iwimmlng. I Ib. .. .. 23c
each -
diamond ball etc. I Ib .. .. 5c . ..
The Redland livestock judging SLICED;
team wa competed of Warren I
Wood. Wllll Baxley and Don Lair. Firm Head BLUE PLATE D. BACON
Redland awimav-a
were Billy
Campbell, Lam Holt, Alvin Pro- CABBAGE Salad Dressing '
there Warren Wood and Donald I lb. . 35c

Hawkes.When the convention teas over.i lb. 5e pt. jar . 25e LOCAL KILLED
Willis Baxley and George CrunERVICE ,



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RI ? each -. __ 15e 14oz. bottle.19c
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