The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00131
 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 9, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00131
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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f ft 30 TO STAND 300 During Swim Two-Day in Reopened Holiday Municipal, Is Estimate Pool I$175,000 S1IRBUIUIGPROGRAM '}

FIRST P O. TEST, Holiday attendance al the-munIcipal Bleler hope that this can be remedied TO BE DECIDED BYCOUNTYSCHQOLBOARDTODAY
: ; swimming pool Sunday and : before lajig., At present I
Monday following its re-opening,spectator park their can alongside -
on tilt Fourth, was estimated by the pool, but vantage pointsare
\ IN HOMESTEAD Manager Ted Bleier at three hunI limited. ,
\ :dred. At leant another hundred; Much credit .to due Gordon
person, cam to the pool and look ,Ivey. light and water superintendent -
I ed on for a while Mr. Elder ..ddI ,, and other employee of that -

To Be Supervised by Off ic- ed. I department who hIve generously "Model: T" Phones Warn Would Add 4 Class Rooms
Matt BallerO the first !
; was person ,given of their tim and labor In
I ials of
Civil Ser-
t I In the pool. Catherine Marsh the Interest of the pool" Mr. Bleier Prowlers of Police CallHomestead's By Extending Pres-
yice.HereWOULD I bought the first child's 80-day said. '"Their co-operation withIn ent West Wing

{ I t ticket, Art McKee bought the first!!' pool committee and the man "Model T" telephones .
SUPPLY LIST Individual adult ticket and a. A.,,aver was mainly responsible for PLANNED YEAR AGO
OF LOCAL EUGIBLES I/I West bought the first family tick-''the pool's being ready tot use on scared off a pair of midnight ,
et. the date set" prowlers reported ..roundIIVII'al IS IMPERATIVE NOW
'" I I Only one of the two diving I 1: A permanent permit for operation home In the nsldl'ntJ.1fI.trld .

f' Future Clerk Vacancies boards wa In place, but the other of the pool WM issued Wednesday at a late hour Sunday and Required by Larger ClaSl'4
I Not to Be Filled by one will be installed tome time by S. D. McCnady of West Monday nightwUrgent es New Music and Art t'
this weekend. Mr. Eleler "14. Itli : ,
Palm Beach, district officer
Transfers : sanitary t.u0 the police station
also planned to have the 'IJ
( baby DepartmentsBuilding
I of the Florida state board Of from the residences of Dr. J. A.
text week with
pool ready use ,
I I i health after an !NpdionII.de'by Smith and Landon brouhlOtllc.'tl'
The first government civil service bench: for the mother to be pro.I him showed that the pool complies: William It.Carney Sykea to thescene of a IU.MO( addition to
f examination 'ever held! In vided bur.The I with all requirements of the state in record time but just tool the Homestead high school buDdIng -
this city will take place In the study pool li handicapped by alack i 1 I health board. He recommended late to nab the unwelcome visitors to provide four badly; needed
i of spectator space but Mr. however-t that be adviMdto additional class rooms, will be considered
L haD or library of Homestead High parent who are believed to have become
by the county board of
caution their children: against
alarmed and left
hurriedly for
i School next Thursday, July 18.r public instruction when It meet
remaining In the water too long part unknown when they heard
: when sortie SO candidates for the REBUILT POWER (Unlike amphibian mammals, he the telephones "cranked up" by today to deride INI the tumsncr
position Of substitute, clerk: hi the aid, humans do not have eyes, their prospective victim building program that must be
1 Homtttead: poatofflc will ,nlSe"o ,- LINES ACCEPTEDONINSPECTION tan and noses designed to remain I I completed before school begin In .l
under water' for any considerable September
i or to pass the required test*. : I
length ft to and who Mrs. Nell of Homestead
tc person OMIT
t.O', ..,. J. lt.loeso N ar'yotithwkscet&l tUrlnJnHwater, tar Xmr natf TOrCAKEOLDAGE : board ,
i service board. win conductthe suffer Injury to or all of from the district now extending
examination between the h&ui\ s these oriana anyBone is advising PENSION PLEAS ,'from Kendall to Florida City, said
Olga m.adlp.m.buta9lap- With the completion Saturdayof l batters against remaining! last night that there was no reasonto j
I plicants will be required to re- the $7.200 power plant extension constantly In the water' for more believe the proposed Homestead I
t port at the school fully prepared project under PWA supervision, I:I than a half-hour I'I'I HERE TUESDAY I addition would not be approved
I with pens and other writing material Homestead how possesses a new Registration for jwlmmin The addition will be made by a
I *,, not later than t 30 n. tn. and substantial system of power(Classes, both for beginner* and for northward extension' of the west
The vital importance of promptness and electric light lines equal to those dairing to take thl Red Cross Representative of the district wing of the present high school '
was strewed by Mr. any city; of Its site In the country, I building little farther
life saving test lit Qe Junior' and board of social welfare will be at a Point a
\ l who said yesterday that \CICM'I, according to Gordon Ivey. utilities senior divisions, will b* conducted' tM municipal Trimming pool 'n north then the present east wine,
j report on time would seriously impair superintendent for the city,who accompanied Friday and Saturday. Classes for Homestead from t a. m to 4 p. m 'giving the school a three-aided
1 [J the tardy c dJdale'a (>1'01I. an official inspection non-swimmers will be held on Tuesday July SO to take applications 1 patio. An archway on the first floor
pacts of attaining a passing raung party on Ita tour Tuesday. I
(Continued On Page Four) for old age pensions from would provide a passageway 1
.' The need for an eligible list of The work ot tile North American residents of the Redland District student going to and coming from '
postal clerk, drawn exclusively Construction:: Co. of Miami and Curtis E. Lee South Dad memberof I the manual training and agriculture \
,from Redland District resident to Jacksonville, in constructing the POOL ACCIDENTINSURANCE the. district board announced : classes In the vocational buildIng w
t fill temporary or emergency va:1 last section of the new pole line yesterday. west of the main high school J
cancies in the local postoffie : system and Installing a six-Inch Mr. Lee Mid he had arranged for building Class room In the an-
been recognized for torn time by: service main for two blocks along TO BE least two case worker and three (Continued on Pate Two)
Postmaster S. E. Livingston, who the alley immediately west otKrome
members of the county
has teen In communication with avenue was pronounced I.t \
SOUGHTBY to be on hand to assist In the'
Washington department'chiefs for, satisfactory by the inspecting official Applications also will betaken ACTIVITIES OF
several month the Th contract let two
on subjectHeretofore was Per-' ,
at Barfield'i store at '
..vacancies have been months ago and finished four days insurance for the pro I rlne during the same hour the
filled by.transfer from other office ., ahead of the Urn limit.Local labor tection cf guest at the municipal following day Wednesday, July; LIONS SUMMEDUP
*. Under average conditionsthe at standard wage was employedIn
1 swimming pool will be undertakenby 21. Those entitled to old age pen,
examination next week should' all but a few supervisory and the city at quickly t* a satisfactory sions in this district are urgently BY IflCKSON I
develop enough eligible Within technical petitions. contract can be arranged requested by Mr' Lee to file their I
the area'served by the Homestead' Included In the inspection party through local underwriter Councilman application either at the
g offlc to supply this need, Mr.! were William Sydow. consulting : Frank B. Rue, chairman of and hours mentioned or Plae"l Officer of the Redland District
Livingston said.Managers i engineer for the city; J. C. Armstrong the council pool committee, was social welfare board office at 31 i t dub were installed Tuesday II IIN
resident PWA engineer) authorized tt 5t on behalf of the N. E. first street, Miami, M early night by Judge Walter H. Beck-
i Mr. Young, state PWA engineer city: at a brief session ot the council -, an: possible ham, past president of the Miami r
Vote to Keep with headquarters in Jacksonville; : Tuesday night and will secure Lions Club who prefaced the Installation .
3 Games a Week Schedule i R. P. Redmond, general managerof through local agent a policy that ceremony with an 1m't
,*M MAt the contracting company: andMr. will afford complete coverage In Unlighted Tall Light piesilve address on Lkmlsm and '
a meeting of team managers Ivey. the event of an accident at the pool. Draws Fine for Driver the far-reaching value of fivla
and officers of the local diamond Theo J. Bleier, newlyappointedpool -- I club to the communities they represent
ball league Tuesday afternoon, it C. of C. Votes $25 Toward manager will be relieved of Pleading guilty as charted, A. F.
was decided to continue P"Jn'i Advertising by Lions Club this responsibility, which tilt city Hitch of Homestead was sentencedto I The new officer are (]eo. H.
I fame On each Monday Wednesday will assume pnder term the pay a fine of M or spend ten i Cooper, president; Joa. R. Hlckson, I
; and Friday night Managers: Twenty-five dollars was voted proposed contract. day in Jail by Mayer Tom Harrisin immediate past president; Tho*. M ,
were unanimous against a two, by the directors of the Redland I Definite action on the removalof municipal court last Friday for Torbert first vice-president: ; Harley '"
gamer a-week proposal. I District Chamber of Commerce >u 4in and other obstruction operating a truck without a taillight R. Core, second vice-president; .|
A preliminary report of the I Wednesday toward expense which in public alleys Is slated for the A warrant charge of reck- Win. I. Flak, third vice-president; <
(. treasurer showed a substantial! the Redlajid District Lion Club car next session of the council OB Mon. lec* driving and causing an accident Cttaa. L. 001.,. secretary; Tho*. E.
balance fav the treasury In the Chicago-bound motorcadewill day, July 12. At Tuesday's meeting was dismissed by the court: Kirby, treasurer: Lawrence Pope,
incur in advertising Ole district City Attorney Ira C. Haycock: Ruling that the lack of a taillight lion tamer: Ed. R. Qallaher, tail
submitted a lengthy legal opinion wa* only partially responsible twister and Walter O. Talbott, ,
;\ THE WEATHER The bright orange and blue Ford filling several closelywrittenpages ble the automobile crash which' Buckner Beasley, Arthur O. Smith i
t OIl1cW emstow. Lsot at 1M asbw.ehag.Hrtaet will have "'1111 Redland District: which gave in full detail'landed Mtag Geraldine ReiU In the and Ceo D Ruthle directors, f, .
, ar.tlua, Vt.erda. and "Homestead" on its aide, and I the city1! status in regard to this hospital with a compound fracture A report on In* activities of the
Dale | =| | .] Rah painting of an avocado, a mango situation. This written opinion U her right arm and resulted to Club for the put year was read ,1 A
July :* .. .1'1 I I 70 |3009| .35 and a clutter of Persian limes on wu presented after the meeting I scalp injures to Ernest Bishop, by Lion Jot. a Hlcluon re j 1#
July I _. I 81 I M |Sai3| IU rear. la addition the delegates adjourned and was not read in driver of the car whl struck the tiring president These Included '
July 4 I 88 t 170 I 1 in the car will distribute open session rear of Ritch'a truck last Tuesdaynight a successful campaign In tile Interests ,
July S I 88 189 (bail) literature to be provided by fee Th juestton cf changing the I M yor Harris released theI of sattty which gained the 4 I Ir
I' July 1 M f TJ IMOT) .13 local chamber of: commerce, both parkway on N t Ninth street from I defendant with a light sentence co-operation of the board of county I ri .
July 7 I 87 I 11 |30.02.31 on the way there and back! and the center to the aid of the street I after warn .t hun of the danger cf r commisiiontn; and resulted Ina ,
July I I I M I I 70 i3004' | while in Chics go. (Continued On Pall Four) driving without proper light i (Com.r.jedn Pap Four) ',\ '


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Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE:; Frid* July 9, 19'7:! _
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'N.' '
SCHEDULE the music deperf pent used the .--
grammar school auditorium, and .

DIAMOND BALL July (. Brooker v*, Mao's Shop:;: the art department used the dinlM -

Burton v*. Herat ''FORAG.STUDENTS room section of the domestic
--"..,,--- .... /uty 12, Burton vs. Breaker;' science.depaJlineflt. Bo,*three additional !

Brooker Lumber Co. won the Home vs. Men1 Shop. I' 'I class room are needed for I

first of the second half of th* July 14, Burton v.. Men' Shop;'GIVENBYSEARS the opening of the coming year. A I Rf"7 v
Homestead diamond ball season Brooker vs. Home unit of four rooms' can be built

from W. D. Home Co., Wednesday July 18 Home vs. Burton, Mien's 1 more economically than I unit of
night by a MOT of 7-$, behind the Shop vs. Brooker. |I Ga4nvlUe\ July I--Florid high two or three room, :Mr*. Walker
four-hit pitching of Thomas. school graduate Interested in said, so the local board of trustee
Waldin and Neill !studying agriculture at the UiUverlty -f
Gene Campbell hit a home run Open has asked for four to provide for
'.I of Florida during the W3T-S8 growth in the next year or two.
la the seventh Inning and kept Flaglcr Avc. StationThe
Home from being held lCorelraa.Bunon' school ytar have the opportunity Proposed additions to 1' other SERVICE YOU LIKE

Department Store won Sunocottlon at Flagleri;of applying for a 1100 scholarship school In the county, to provide
!to them finance their first Careful checking and thorough
was1 help
avenue and N. E. Fifth street
a onesided affair from the Men's I total of 88 additional das room,
Shop. 23-2. Th Men' Shop re-opened Wednesday by Anton,year at the university, It I* an- will also be considered by the ittentlon and inspection whichwe S

which I It without regular pitcher' Waldin. Jr. and Ernest NelU under'nounced by Dean B. A Tolbert. school board The total estimated insist upon In every ease,

tried three men In an effort to' the name of The Flagler Service 1 Twenty-five such scholarships arc: .cost I* Wl ,000, and as the give you .the dependable conscientious

top the Burton onslaught A peculiar Station In addition to carrying I offered to deserving boy with board ha only $175,000 availablefor service you want We

fact of the game was that a full line of Sun Oil Co. product,good record I Immediate building, the submitted ippreclate your patronage and 4

Holt and Smith of Burton scored the station will specialize in grossing -I, Requirement for obtaining a program will have to be we know that Its continuance
and crank ease lubrication. |scholarship act up by the committee Walker)
three run each but neither had an shaved somewhat, Mrs. depend* upon our ability to
official time at bat or made a hit Mr. Waldin come from a pioneer,,, handling the applications, of said. She feel certain, however I II satisfy you.RED .
Both men were walked every time Redland District family and I* well which Dean Tolbert I I. chairman that the Homestead addition will
up. and favorably known here. Mr. .are that the boy miut have taken I be recognized as the minimum that; THURMAN'S

Neill it I briskly moving young leading part In 4-H club future can be provided to meet Immediate
-II' .k r w N.r.e .k t kk man who has had experience as a farmer-or other agricultural activity needs. SERVICE STATION.J
""Ma II a I If IMk I 0
service station attendant both In In their communltlei They
Kissed a1. 4 I I I 1 I
.e'-ta Krome at Ird street
T1rn- a.- I I M A' 1 t Florida and Georgia. He has will enter the general college at
:JI.III... M 4 mom Ik.*. 11 I Burglars Take -"
HobW Sk .. a s 1' been popular In both gas station the University of Florida, but on Register j
CRulllnl If .I.E. mu m tO !and diamond ball circle for several reaching their Junior year' mutt And Contents From Bar jj
*ninM i( I Ik t 0
11'7."" I 4 1 .SlYwn ff tWMra 4 e years here ,i enroll In the college of agricultureor j
if I' life* .* I a refund the scholarship before
Btxw rf 2 Q 1111.... if ITv 1ails > Thieve entered the rear ofAndy' : j
Officers InstalledBy
Sunday night I
) ands
uiiK.eobw Local Odd Fellows (college WE filL THE J
; departed with a large cash /
0 I I I I I MTKenn The scholarships were obtained EGG BASKET i
ter weighing about 70
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0 .0. Officers of Homestead Lodge 29, re'lI-1 WE GET
i iI. from Sear, Roebuck and Com- containing $10 in currency r
k" bites' WitMtl' tkm kiM kltoiBlifttr O. O. F.. were Installed with due ,pany, largely through the efforts small change left In the rULoPfPEGG
bvflM rasa o. CMiiikalli. fttmtWlUi In the Odd Fellow hall ,
1 Carl to... pills 8l_ ceremony 'of Dean Wilmon Newell and Assistant the night before as working capital MASH
on Tuesday night by E. S. Capllnger Dean W. L. Floyd of the for the opening of business Mon-) ti
M.. shag. Ik r kh_" .k.r district deputy grand master ,
..._ i College of Agriculture.
HJnv S I BIN Sibs .f 4 S day morning.
I..Oattmmn ./ I IlWIttkn, (k S 41 Rudolph Mattson took his station I I
: A number of application have
Hlmmeu p,11 I tluwtnh S I : as noble grand of the lodge. Carl Entry was gained by cutting I
Kotoru U,. I e .' ..11 (k Q. 1 been received already,but the committee through the screen and inner door
Turner L. I I IVIhlM' Ik II *. Anderson vice-grand-elect, was
A._ .Ik I I "'Nchn p i : IIk not present but will be Installed at announce that prospective at the back of the premise Police FOR MORE EGGS
II 0.-. I .'C.Cono.11 e 4 I 1 ,applicants still have time to submit believe the cash register wool' AND HEALTHIER HENS
"1'I" I .'RIM cf I" 1 a Utter teuton C. M. Barrow|1was : their applications before definite removed for feed the famous UO-PEP; eat-
Cr-_luiw aI.. I I SMallln rt I 1 S bodily sal or use
f installed M recording secretary : meal base mashes according to the
cudds rf a lHi.lt If 4 I awards are made elsewhere when the thieves found! : 1 e
another year FLL-O-PEP Plan. Oatmeal I* the
...-1 -l1i i I Other officers Installed included)I With vastly improved condition they could not open :It without i highest digestible term oC graisj

...... 1It 'Carl Tweedcll Junior past grand, 'In agriculture throughout Florid force or noise I A smaller empty ,and I* more cooling than corn at
..,-. 0 4 S 5 : .-1i ,Joseph N. Gay right supporter to.I 'and the nation this subject 1* attracting register was undisturbed, as also; wheat product, making II Ideal for
j more attention among was the stock: In the, saloon. warm climate Ask for the. FREEFUi.0PEP
,.. taw hoist, wittholt. N....I three the noble grand; Jay J, HobsonJ'warden '
bow ..... c..U I wlnnine' pllabee. N.l.w. ; E. Z. Thompson. conduct-,1 students and prospective student, I Poultry Book.
.Isla. ,J....... 51mm.1., ,and agricultural college graduate Straight Through"I
or; Charles T. Fuchs, Sr., chaplain; I'' I
t and W. M. Johns right scene sup- (''are finding employment on an Improved wish you wouldn't keep whistling WKO'JSSPDistributed .

1t t Horn clinched the first half :I porter. Several appointive offices:' scale. "that tune over and over I j

play Friday night by a hard foughti)were not filled on account Of .bsentee -|, again. br

.I( 1-0 victory over the Men's- Shop,I' *. ,j H. I H. S. ADDITIONContinued ty"But verae.-Tlt.BIta., I've got to.,There are !wen-I..HECTOR SUPPLY CO. '

while Brooker was losing to the Homestead delegate attending ,
fast-stepping Burton ten fl-S. a Joint conference of all Odd Fellows -,

lodges In District 22 and 23.f ( From Page One)

BWIM M :i. if >4 k r I kk,Nrill RWkw m '4 k r 5 kk t, I from Fort Lauderdale to Homestead I nex would be the same size as g

WlUko Ik 4 I Breaks Ik 4 4'Burka held in Miami on 'those in the present building.
II 4 I I K8ulllv.nlkSIHirrk 1 1 1 1N.D.aL1 :day night Included E. S. d y
lb Ih 4 The additional classroom were
Fdwardn r : : I Kta.rd If 4 r :!I er, C. P. Grlnold J, J. wedne"I':planned a year ago by Principal.

Crwnn.od N..... p .It.. f I I *lOanUInn 0.5.15..11 til 1 I 0'I I I Carl TweedelL Th :L. B. Sommers, Mrs Walker and I
v",... rf I I I Campbell rf SM 0 a I I presided over by Hugh ,the late Superintendent Chat M.
II: Campion. e I In"", c 0 1 I
Homestead, the I
grand master of
lolt of I I I w._ p I' II )Fisher when a large influx if

X_ .:..!...!-I u" __ __ I I Ij slate of Florida I I'',seventh grader, promoted into the
..1..1 11 1 4T" junior high school from the r1 I'
Four Local Girls Win j
(mentary school, made such
a move
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bIII.' 101. W"IIoII: the a
: III hit.. 0 5.111..n. E. C.mpbe,,: ...... Prizes for 4-H Work I Imperative Because of relath,'.
i -, IN....., O. lulllra.l 1..n an bass 1
Iy small senior class, It
..II: We"" 6, Nabs ti ...... ixrt bill France Webb: Annabel) Redd I: wi'
,possible to get along with
Hrl- t wsapltrbea: Wil.in. N*iws:
WUMd .Mal.t Nn.al. Cm >WII bulk N.i.rase. I and Katherine Orfanede of
> ; accommodations last
.... : .. w...... 1. NaDaatol'. :Homestead 4-H Club and ,th'I'' year eXIJun'1
11.KI.." I Ing the commercial lias
_.... Jensen of the Redland 4-H
\ .spires: a.rl.et. 1iI.III'j I: I Iwere lame room with the

Slop 1 Ito Bern" a1 among those awarded prizes I,\using the big commercial room for
1 ::::_: of t 6 .1'W4 III I o e.C I for handicraft work done at the l h the seventh graders This year,I
ti. .f. tatneur" III a 0 q'ernes I Dade County 4-H in Miami
camp M .c
as 1 0 I however, the senior class will be

1 Cava.k.h.rN; a...t.. : : "t'I ra-: : : : : :1It I Beach Katherine Orfanede name wits I about twice a* large as last year's, I = I 1
PIM.r e B.Car'B .. I Mrs Walker said and the seventh
1 .....:. .b : : 5iys a rf : : : j included 1 also In the list of prize: I J grade will be at least fully' as
?.:..lb 11 : lriarala l 1 : : winner for Improvement in ap-lj I
0 5.111,, 1 largo a* year's, so there is '-J
Franklin 'M.: a 0 0 ....... A a 0 0se I II pearance manners or posture. I IIII. nothing to do but build. I 'f ...

I U II II I 4lllen In addition, class rooms are needed -, '
...... I, "Pln.lvr I HKMulllni .. '
t rr>ra: Turnr \ for the recently restored music
_, G Campt.11. .be- ..n balls t:Names. HMUoitRrl Nothincf Like it !
I .ff III.. 2. P,.... I. struck sat h. Umpire. 'hen, aw."".. ''j and art departments Last year II I!lI

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I Don't Neglect Summer ii 11 There's nothing like owning a home of your f

own Designed and built according to your \

; I own needs and ideas. Paid for according tq i

Fertilizing your income-like rent under the FHA. k

I We'll be glad to advise you about materials and t,
Don't the of
neglect summer fertilizing We
your grove.
financing. Drop in and talk over plans.
mixtures for avocados citrus limes and other
carry Or call us today. I

tropical fruits. Groves should be sprayed during the : ,(

next three months to insure clean, bright fruit Don't i, FHA

wait. Do it now. **9&t f : 1.rent.,


1 Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. ;I

Manufacturers Redland Brand Fertilisen I W.D.HorneCo.



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Friday July 9,1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Three
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Ernest Hshop, who has been Episcopal boy tamp at HakItt
pending his taeatton here with City tot two week .I CITY
J IW parents, Mr. and Mr*. Leo E. Mr*. ere W. Irvery, Ca+wpsedsd
In and Around Bishop, returned Sunday to Foci Cleland Lawrence is expected t* -- .
Mill, S. C., where he 1* employed return Saturday tray Damascus, Misses Elisabeth and Melba Sewer
aa aaaiatant manager of o dpfattnrnt Ga., where he baa spent the put entertained at a family dinner
iton.Mr month visiting\ Jpjt. ,,mother, Mrs. Wednesday In honor of the birthday
Homestead M, M. Lawrence ,, of their father. Macs Sever.
*. L. T. Proctor who ha beenIn -
U Mr. and Mr Others present were: Mr. and Mr*.
Haynes Prince and
the Kendall hospital for the pact Jane J. S. Sever of MIAmi and their five
Miss Kldd of Churlttte N. C.
five week was sufficiently reeev- sons; Mr. and Mrs Jim Beaty ol :
ered to be removed to her home are expected today W I Visit with
Plarl'r.,Tom J. Harris will leave The Rev. and Mrs. Gee. E. Deuel Mr*. Prince1 brother-in-law and Plant City and their children \
today' Byron..: Ga., where Mrs.Harris are staying in Miami at the homeof here Tuesday. slater, Mr. and Mr*. J. R. Byrum. Mary France and Donald; Mr. and I
Mr. and Mr*. Wayne Calkin Mr. J. S. Cave, Mr. and Mr. J. .
and ion. Tommy, are visitIng Mix France Dorsey who I Ia attending -
relative The three will then while the latter are way on a summer school at Stetson Edwin Lawrence:; and Emory W. Caves and two com, and Mr,
I' leave for a vacation of two week ten-day trip. Mr. Deuel I* preaching University at DeLand returned to Dearing plan to leave Saturday for and Mr*. Donald Sullivan, all ot
|n the North( Carolina mountain resorts at the Miami Shore Community DeLand Monday after pending Georgia. The former will go to Homestead; and Mr. and Mn. A.
During Mr. Harris absence Church during July. the week-end with her parents, Tif ton for a visit and the latter will B. Langham and their three chil

Joe L. Burton council president, Mr. and Mr*. J. R. DoI'It'). spend a month in Nashville,dren.
I' Will act as mayor and judge of the The Rev. C. N. Walker wu Bameivllle and Damascus. I
:-municipal court. brought home Saturday from the Horace ftlchr"Oi Thomaivlllo, Mr. and Mn. Lawrence Becker
i I"", Poet Graduate hospital where he Ga, who 'ha* been visiting his Jeff Phillip\ of Oould and I returned from Humbolt Tenn.,

J Mr. and Mn. R. E. Edwards left had undergone an operation for uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mr*. PaulReynolds James Simmons returned Monday Sunday.
from to Florence .
Monday for.two week vacationdurin' appendicitis the preceding week. for the past month left a trip Ala. I "; ; ,
Hudson Jones and her sister
for hi* home Tuesday.Mr. Mr. and M-S-; : : .
which they will visit Mn Mill P. Moor of Miami,
W. were
and Mr
D. A. Hausman
Edward sister, Mrs. J. L. Batche- L.Mr Roumond left yesterday mornIng and Mr, O. M. Hodge and daughter Barbara Earle, will i (Continued on Page Seven)
;1 lor at Akron, O. On their return family returned yesterday from a leave Monday for Gainesville I
to Florida, they will spend several for a one-month visit in Tusca- where they will visit for two
visit with relative In
I' day at various points of intereston looia and Birmingham where each Newbcrry.Mr with Mr. Townsend' week'i HAY PEAS CROTALARIA

the west coast and In the central will visit relative law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. I SPECTABIU3 .
I' part of the .ta... Mn. Lena Mr. and Mr*. Green Rive and Bradley Roger of Miami i L. Peraman. Abe a tall and eemplete line el :

. J Knowle I* acting (* city clerk during daughter returned Sunday from a pent Thursday of last week here I Mr. and Mr .F1I1t Burre W'j all farm seeds. Writ for our
special Kites. "
i Mr. Edward absence. vacation of two week spent at I with her mother, Mr* R. H. Scott :Miami
and their children, ,
MU Etna returned
Bailey to Miami .
j'; Charles H. Stetfanl, county agricultural Miami Beach. with her to spend the week Harry and Frank, pent Sunday I Calre Georgia
t. agent, la enjoying his Mr. W. R.' Cheshire and two with MiBurre*' cousins, Mr. and
'1 I;' annual two week vacation, part daughter Irene and Doris, returned end.D. Mr J. R. Byrum and family. Mr*.
.1 r of which he I* pending In relax- this week from East Palate M. McLean left this week to Mollie Duncan of Miami also pent
ation .t home. Before returning to ka where they have been visiting spend the lummer at Maxton, N. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
duty *n July IB, Mr. Steffant will friends and.relative ,C. Byrum. Her daughter, Dorothy
1 join Assistant County Agent Law.. i who had been spending a week
r rrnc Edward in taking 35 4-H Mr. and Mr*. A. D. Fogle and I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thompson with Betty and Ruth Byrum, returned
Club boy of Dade County to their i their children, Arthur and Mar of Miami, who purchased a home with her. .
i north of Brodle'i In Red- E
summer encampment at Camp Mel lorle, left July 1 for two-week
Quarrle Ocala National Forest, tour of South Carolina. land some time ago, plan to move Anwl Barrow left Sunday to
l there this week. Mr. and Mr*. spend two-week vacation with "'
t for about a week.
Mrs. I* i. Price, former Homestead Wm. McCulIough who have been relative In Thomasvllle, Ga. On
1 Mr.; and Mrs.: Henry Brooker, resident, who ha been occupying the house have moved the trip be took several boy to 3 3O
Jr., returned Thursday of last pending the past six week with Into one of the Thayer cottage on Fort Screven neat Savannah where
week from a two-week vacation Mr, and Mrs. E. A. EMit, left this frdland road between Plummer they will attend citizen military
during Which-they! ;visited St. week to return to Mobile, Ala., and Coconut Palm drive training camp HI mother, Mrs.
Augustine. Mattiiv WaynesvlUe, where she U staying with her Bertham Hauiman C. M. Barrow, who baa been in
N. .C...Card: Mentone, .Ala. They daughter, Mr*. June Baker. port Pierce and Mill Augusta Thomasvllle for two week will GeneralPublic
with Mr. and return with him.
spent day
eevtrtl tin. F. D. Mk; and daughtereft Brown of Miami spent the weekend
Mr.W.BA Sofemers at Camp '\ July 1 to spend two month with Miss Hausman' parents, Mr. and Mrs..& L. Sharp pf MI. Utilities
Cloudmont, near Mentone. visiting friends and relative In I Dr. and Mrs. Frank Haiuman. Miss ami spent the Fourth of July holidays .

Mr. Pen Letts'/id,'son,, Allen, Edison, Leary and Colquitt, Ga. lausman'i little nephew, Frank with Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Rsab .
will 'eaves Sunday to.spend f week In six week Mr. Mock will join] talisman returned with her to'at their home on West Plummer Homestead fliea MM.CnXTIOUT
r or,ten davatJMlamJ; Beach. them for two week I pend a week before going to the I drive. i
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:' Herman Mark let yesterday for
Jacksonville where he will meet
Mrs. Marks and their two children
who are td arrive there Friday by

boat from New,Yqrk They will ,
Return to Homesteadr Friday night

-AH. Waldin 'war In the Post

Graduate hospital' from Friday
until yesterday for medical treatment -

'. f fI
Bob Tindley ,and. Dewey Arnold F .s

W Anderson 8. f,.,arrived In I
,Homestead Monday; for a week's "CHEVROLET1tGNEqRO0
Visit with W.tnheney.; The three
left Wednesday afternoon In Mr.
Rheney's boat for a fishing cruise erCREVROtET'M} ,

among the Florida JCeys"until Sun 1 OIL!, REQUIRES
:. Aubrey Cheshire who has beet GAS em.-VjCErt
Spending his vacatlb In central 1
Florida underwent an operation
for appendicitis In the Florida East 1I \

Coast Auguttlne Railway yesterday.hospital In Saint i

Mr. and Mrs.-Harold;:;; Keith FoulK "

and baby are spending few weeks 3V
tn Allendale. S. C. t

MI'I.I s
Week-end guests of Mr. and
'r C
M. M. Holcomb were.Mrs. Hol-
| omb'. sister, Mrs. E. Keith of
llahattan Kan., and her son Robert
who left Monday for Key West .
to visit at the home of Mr*. Keith'sbrother 'Ze' e eta- ... .a..waren.n

H. L. McClanahan, for a

I Week. e e ECQTIoj

r Mr. and Mrs Gordon King an- Wise 0
ounce' the birth of. a:"nlnepound j
daughter at the Poet; Graduate Alp
.hospital Wednesdsy. ,':,..She has
been named Marten Frances XrJC1I
:: Miss Christine; HuShet 'under-

i ;Vent a tonsil operation! yesterdayJnorning. "if -- C
\ LBTE tiVNp'
i i Clyde Lowe who ha been In the ; .:: cOii' v so Rpxq

fosi Graduate hospital for a week

t( xeceivlng treatment for an Injured MOTOR DtnSJON. Cm 4 -. .... Cfnlm
i loot was able to leave the hospital X Dtmorr MICBICAN

"t Ii. Mr find Mrs.; :A:."'E. Smith are r VBird

'>xpected to return today from Chevrolet CompanyPhone

I -RlddlevUle, Ga, where Mrs. Smith
fine! their two children, Carl and

J ).unita, have been spending six 98 Homestead, Fl*.
J,. week} with. friend and relative*. -

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1111I1111I111111111111111111I11I1111111111I111I11 stead bobs. Frank Hausman, DIck! *1"
Carney and Hubert Nichols will

rabltabed Fridays .t H m.- attend the camp Llltlf/; ;/
*..*.. fl.., by the South DadeFabtishlas 20 Years Ago (Continued Own Page One) The eamp. which Is held In fee .4gJt ; :a
Monday, Tuesday Wednesday. buildings of the Florida Military
CaERNE ........ -.L7:: Bird
.. Thursday and Friday of each week. Academy at Haines City Is Intended '

ARCHER _.. .. tutor 1II111111111111Jlllllmml11111111111111nnn i iT Classes for non-swimmers under for boys from nine to flf-,
.. ......... N'a" .. 12 years of .. will be held from teen yean of age Mr. Sackett will Told Us' .
MARJORIE LEACH ARCHES tollm ,... ,.... *f ... 11404.404 1:30: to 10 : m. Classes for non- have charge of the handicraft ,
.. Associate Editor .....- ..a.antd ..... '1. IMS.IliU .
r 00 r-- .._ as swimmers over IS years of age will work and two other clergymen i
I .,. lay with w ..- be held from 10 to 10:30: a. m. the Rev. Wro Hanrwvet of Coco _____ ; ,
Caters M M oi4 ::a M MBaMtter i Lntm., Junior life saving' work will also and the Rev H. Irving touttit of -that Choi. T. Fuel* St., pf; ;; i i
Match I Itll. UM goal be given daily\ except Saturday and West Palm Beach will direct the resident here vouches for the story.of .' '. '
silks M 11.-...... Florida, ..*. July 8, 1111"Charles Sunday from 10:30 a. m. to I*, noon other activities. So. far 1} boy a little boy who, shown a coco-4 ) ,
(to M .t Mart J. 1171 Caves and Miss. Ethel and a combination\ Junior and senior have registered tor the camp. nut for the first time and told the '' ";
: Perailngton, both at Homestead,' life saving class will be con.luct.ad Mr. Sackett plan to return to splashing sound Inside was mad
lUaV PUCK ..." A TEA married last and Homestead on July II for the '
were Thursday evenIng on. Monday Wednesday by milk, said, "I didn't know cow* j
at the Baptist parsonage by Friday afternoon from t to I p. m. usual church services. laid eg--" | 1
Children in Court I the Rev. W. J. Barton. miss WesslePennlngton Swimming Instructions win be ..... .
: the bride's sister, and free; the only charge will be, the INSURANCEContinued the-o
A young man who recently returned Mn. Bal'lolwe.... the only witnesses regular admission fees. Family or, I-that. prominent parson of
from visiting relatives In a of the ceremony. Friend of I Individual monthly ticket will of Baptist faith I* wearing a beautiful., ,
city where a labor dispute was In this popular couple had expected 'course, be good far admission to I ( From Page One) and Intricate pink corset that would '
progress today learned In court they would be married soon but these classes In order to allow owners of abuttIng excite the envy .of a Mae West
that the world did not owe hint a the exact data of the wedding was Mr. Bluer urges that all childrenin I property to beautIfY. the I ..... |
living not discovered and consequently the area take advantage tot this thoroughfare without interferingwith -that a certain officer of the law.. :
When apprehended In the let name as a surprise Mr. Caves, tree Instruction and that ever'f sewers and water mains, was ,who was A. W. O. L. recently had ';.
of burglarizing a gasoline station, who Is the son of R E. Caves, is a who can swim come to be postponed. An argument from a very good-looking reason for it. .
he sullenly Informed officers thatIt young man of sterling qualities and for[ classification as "bt>. l'l: the audience \between Roy .
was no sin to rob a large oil com ill bride la a general favorite with or "swimmers". It hoped that Matthews, representing the petitioners -
Club Wednesay la
pan;. In this particular Instance her numerous friends They will this way a complete survey can be and H. R Ewing, who de: Rotary noon
years of splendid home training make their horde here where Mr. nude covering the ability of all I 1 dined to sign the petition, broughtup Legion hall. Following his introduction .I
Rotarian Howard
were etui aside after an adolescentboy Coves; owns an attractive cottage who use the pool Classes In advanced certain legal point which must by
had wltntued the violence east of the railroad.* swimming will ta offered I be adjusted before the city can undertake Johnson he made a short talk.

and hatreds that accompanied -"The friends of the Misses Leona later the work c( reversing the W. H Owen' of Goulds, one ot
labor of the/ delegates of the Redland. District
dispute. nil sons of rich and Olga Jacobsen them present central position the '
and alike should be gave a Lions Club to the International I
poor carefully Pastor and Three Boys parkway and side driveways.
In of
farewell party the form a .. of
In told
shielded from such scenes for they ------- -- convention Chicago
surprise last Friday evening 'To Leave for Camp PerryThe
the Itinerary the Florida Lions'motorcade :
not only cause youngsters to act In New Pastor PresentedAt
About t o'clock a fay crowd of
an anti-social manner but tend to"lmul.1e girls and boys made a surprise attack Rev. Milton B, Meeting of Rotary would follow on Its"'
good-will advertising tour on route
class hatred t.-.lud.e
oo the Jacobsen home and of St. John' Episcopal i
Malcolm\ Hatfield. ''pounded' the Misses Jacobsen will be a member of the The Rev J. J. Richards new pastor I to the ConventionPast
with candles, cakes, fruits, etc. Camp Perry of the diocese Home-1 of the Homestead Methodist I president pins wen pre.:. ;
instrumental and vocal music was ida which will begin July Church was presented at the seated to Ernest P. Roberto and;: '
LION ACTIVITIESContinued enjoyed and merry games were close July 24, and three weekly. meeting of the Homestead Frank L. SkilL

played till a late hour. The -

( From Page One) crowd brought along their own
rood patrol during the winter sea. refreshments and the hostesses
son, placement of warning signs at served them In a most Informalway.
I' road Intersections throughout Those present were Misses
South Dade County, and clearanceof Emma Fitch, Ida and Lena ,
i number of dangerous cornersIn Lola and Ethel Nixon, Selftlrt.1
the dtitrlct The club also tookan Balm. Morgan, Mesdames
active part In the movement to Hill, W. J. Barton, Messrs C'
establish a state-wide traffic patrol and Will Saunders, Lamb\ N tw,
t' Ford Cochran and Ben Lowe

Other useful accomplishments -"The people of Homestead wen
mentioned WoW theTmnunl clothing -' grieved to hear of the sad death of
drive 1r. tin benefit of under.prMtegvd little James Siatrunk which occurred R 0 I
: 1
hldun, I the Christmasibeer ; last Tuesday James who
", .,null. the sending of goo was the youngest child of Mr and
bushels of R,'dland District fruit Mrs. Eddy Sletrunk, was a brlhl''
:,> the Ubl'i t alley flood sufferers and attractive child only eighteen lit
supplying! the Miami Children's nxxitha oM," I !
Home with fresh fruits and vege-
cables weekly during the farming
M spaetally decorated Ford cart
season. And the preparation of aaittractiv. lat Jacksonville
booth at 00 Dade Count !
Tropical Fair A. F. Webb of Homestead was
accepted as a new member uf the
Members of the club who will
take part in the Florida pilgrimageto club at Tuesday's meeting.
the Lions InUtmniional convention I I
In Chicago on'July If, 10 II VETURtf FROM CAMP
and n are Mr. and Mrs. L L. Lawrence James Sullivan and Joe Byrum 0f
Mr and Mrs W. O. Talbott, Homestead Future Farmers, Willis
Mr. and Mrs W. H. Owens, Dr. a Dan ley and George OrunwelL Red. f
E. Gutlln.George.Cooper, land Future Farmers, and Paul
aa M. Torbert and S. R. Rue, Boy Scout, returned the last All winter long we've been work''.,_
The Redland delegates wilt Tbom.1 of the week from the O'Lcno forestry Discriminating tourists wanted our sunshine -

Homestead next Tuesday camp near High' Springs climate, outdoor facilities, to
;taU In line with the which was attended by 144 boys I I we've served them. A fastidious slate and

.. 1 I ., nation wanted our fruit,vegetable,other
agricultural products, ao we've railed

them, put them on the market.
Anton Waldin Jr. and Ernest Neill '
Now 1"'. vacation time. Let'a spend it in

Florida. We can relax and rest in our own

1 home eoimnunily-can learn more about e- ...
Announce the Opening of this cilr, its appeals] Its Interesting feature .

*.We can letra more of all Florida,loo.

Tourists par'milliona each year to enjoy

]Flagler Florida the "playground of America"0,

let' play here this.lummer ourselves

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(': ..: hopes "'on't. ,

Patronize Redland District merchants-It pays! Every
The peddlers, with their unknown merchandise, questionable -
;.t' purchase) you make helps make employment for our
bargains and unethical methods of selling can
f home town folks and brings prosperity to our com-
: r' '. \\ell be classed as bootleggers of merchandise. Every munity. .

tim$ you turn over a dollar to a door-to-door canvesaer

t :: you are speculating on the return you will get for your 1

f Your home town. merchant. is here in business, to stay.,, The Central Service Station, at the corner of Krome avenue
J and N. W. first street, can: claim the distinction: of being the old-
His success! depends giving the utmost value cut established station of IU kind In the city Despite boom,
upon you, depressions, storms and crop failure, Central Service hat continued -
t t. at the lowest possible prices He cannot afford'to cheat, Robert to do::r.r.: at the Bruce umo Ennia old stand are now without partnerein Interruption the

you by offering shoddy merchandise; he cannot afford V (Continued on Page Eight: )

4 '. to oversell you through high-pressure methods because


f Sid L. Kendrick Turner Funeral Home Jeffrey Lumber Co. Brooker Lumber Cefr:
and I (4 bear"..hie..,* Service I Phone tlHomettead. I Phone IS
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: 1 II. A. Cameron Alpine Grove Dairy Central Service Station Frederick's Shoe Shop
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: Business J. W. 1farinnJa RedlaKd Appliance South Dade Farms, Inc.
: College ueraaawd li..awtstadt.e noise II rtnl Nall.Ml Buk Bide.
. f' '..... NaiUnal Bank Building 1:1eetnIu'.a.: .;.. Florida Reassess" l rtartMKiljore
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Paw Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday; July 9, 1937


I Social _Events. in South Dade 1 i

AT RECEPTION GIVEN AT WEBSTER HOME Three table of bridge were In
A bridge luncheon wa given In
---- play ait a party.glvan.by Mr*. Gor- honor of the birthday
loa Ivey ether home In Ponce de B Sacred Heart Club anniversaryof
Members of the Homestead old, Don. Irving and Virgil. ron. Leon Friday afternoon.. Mn.Claude benefit card party In clubroom Mra. J. H. Webster' at the; Lot
Methodist Church gave a reception Others present were Mr. and Tavern Wednesday by Mn W. E.
... ... Mr. and Campbell won the high score July 12 Rebekah Installation Rheney Mrs. H. P.
at the home of Mr. and M. I M. H. P. McDaniel, Mr McDanlel and
prize: Miss Ellen Huff, the Ief.Ol'ldprize
J H Webster Tuesday; evening for Geo Smith, Mr. and MM J. E. and Mn Richard Klnard.he of officers Mrs. T. J. Faust Mn Tom Lindsay
the Rev. J. J. Richard newly; appointed Close, Mr. and Mn Gco. Hanson, low; July; 12 Meeting of Homestead ; won the hlllh acdre prize In)
pastor ot the Homestead Mn Horace Thurmon Mrs. Earl: score prize. B, P. W. C. In Legion hall at bridge and Mn Webster was presented -
Methodist Church, M.... Richards Pacettl. Jr.. Mr F Flelta, )In. Others present were: Mr*. James 8 o'clock. with a gift from the group}
Moses Edna A. S. M.... Sackett, Mn Shaw of Miami Mn J. D. Perkins Those
and their daughter Moye, July 14 W. M U. meeting In present Included: Mrs.
Nell Bettle and Jamie. Vlvan Booth, M.... J. U. Free Mn Mrs. Robert Glenn Jr., Mn John First Baptist Church. Bevo Webb Mn Lee H. Lehman

The Rev. Milton B. Sackett, pastor C. D. Eaker M.... H. M. Gtbbi, Graves. Mrs Wm. MuaHlwhlte.M. July IS Homestead Home Mn J. R Brooks, Mrs Lindsay,
... .
,at St. John'i Episcopal Church, Mrs. Mollie Wlngate Mra. O. R. Dexter Home Mr Hunter Demonstration club M... Webster Mn Faust Mn.
meeting at
made a ihort welcoming address to' Brown, Mn John Anderson Mrs Hardln and Mn Ivey. Mn. H. B 30 McDaniel and Mrs Webster
In Neva
: a. m. King Cooper
Collier and Mn S. L. West
which Mr Richards Joel J. Robinson, Mn Chester were .
Miss Ruth Mimes resent for the refreshment course.LEGION School
M... Bevo Webb relponded.j Redd Tower July15 Redland Home Demonstration SACRED HEART CLUB GIVES
Richards with a Esther and Helen Livingston
Club meeting in Red- BENEFIT PARTY TONIGHT
Other number ot a prolP'lm'ar. Miss Mary McNeil Mia MarJorie AUXILIARY MEETS
Community Church at 1:30p. : Plan for a benefit
ranged by; Mr*. J. D. Redd were: Moser Mia Ellis Booth, WITH MRS. FRANK SCHNEIDER m. be held this In partyto
evening ita
Webb vocal Antlonette and Helen A luncheon meeting for July 21at
a piano solo by Mr a Misses
July 20 W. M. a circle meeting clubroom were mad by the Sacred
solo by; Mrs. Hunter Hardin accompanied Maya Ml.**. Marybell Glbbi, the home of Mrs. M. A. Berger *, -
Heart Club at
by Mr*..Redd, a violin Miss Iva Connor Miss Nella Saul, was planned by; the American Legion 21 a meeting held
; American LeclonAuxlllal'7 Wednesday Mrs. A. Dl NatUI
solo by; MUi Alta Webster accompanied Miss Martha Done Misses Helen Auxiliary at a meeting held luncheon
meeting with the hostess
by; Mr Webster a and Grace Field MU Marjorie at the home of Mr*. Frank Schneider waa
Mrs. M. A. Berger. Mn. W. C. Robert and Mn.T.
tenor solo by Stanley Wlttkop accompanied Redd B. C. Murphy Hunter Han Wedneiday After the luncheon 21
Presbyterian Auxiliary W. Mlnnerly were named hostessesfor
by Mrs. Wlttkop a din, John Whlchard, Mr. Mills Mrs. Frank B. Rue gave a
meeting with Mn. J. R. Hick- the party.
piano solo by; Mr*. W. a Mill Mr. Webster Mr. Redd and Wade report of the state convention In ion in Naranja.July Those present were: Mr. Francis
number Har- Smith. Lakeland which she attended.
and two quartet by
Those ; 23 -Sewing bee tor Areme Scherr Mn. Frank Penn Mrs.M. .
present Included Mr
: Club at the home of Mn. Albert S. Stud till, Mrs. Geo. Barcua,
Wm. J. Geronlmo, Mn. H H
MRS. WM. McCULLOVGHIS cookie were served. Those present Meybem. Mn. Mary Walker, Mrs. Don Fer. oN
wlng. Mr* Lamar Kendrick, Mrs.Geo. .
GIVEN SHOWER Included: Mr*. Annie! Butler, reyra, Mn Frank Oriflcl, Mrs
W Turner Jr. Mr.
Mr*. William McCullough: wa Mrs H. C, Reid, Mr W. D. Home, tin. Rue and M.... Schneider. I' Mn. H. J. Armstrong, program Mlnnerly Mrs. Roberta Mrs. Dl
given a shower by; Mn. Clna Stew. Mn. Henry Olsen Mn. T. E. Kirby Junior memben present were: chairman, directed a study of the Natal and the.Rev James Cloonan.the .

art and Mrs Dave Kufeldt at Mn Mrs. Oro Frazier and Mr*. Margaret Berger, Charlotte Geron. second chapter of"Congo Crosses,"

Stewart'* home In Redland on July.1 Watson. Imo and Dorothy Kuhn. the well known missionary; book, Redtand Community; Church
I. Mn. McCullough wa formerly M... W. L. Rosemead apoke on at a meeting of the Ladles' Aid of yesterday; afternoon.
Miss Irene Rohrer of Florida I "Faith"' at the meeting of Circled --

,City. Hibiscus blossoms an 11 Three at the home of Mn. F. L.

bleeding heart were used In th 11 I Mcllwaln Tuesday afternoon. Mn. HOME COOKINGServed

., decoration H. Collier the ),leader presided > SAVE; wrth SAFETY.. .>'vfiir jW DRUQ TORt

Those Invited were: Mn. H. J' and report of committee were
Armstrong M.... Ceo. E. given. Mrs. Mcllwaln conductedthe I
Mrs. Frank SUllman M.... DeusL devotional Pie and Iced tea Family Styleat I Dixie
Myers, Mrs. Ja*. M. Dobbin. Mrs. were. served Those present were Specials
Oui. Clinton, Mrs. Margaret Kennedy .: M... D. A. Hausman Mn. Mary theSeminole i

J" ; Mrs. Gotch Kufeldt, Mr. Putsch Mn Grady Pope, Mn
,,. Carrie McCullough: Mr*. Aim Collier, M.... Roaemond Mrs. C. O. Hotel,

Mesaenmlth. Mr*. Dan M. Roberta, Robertson Mr*. C. H Rice, Mn.S. .
Mn Thorns Brewer Mr C. Ben L. West, Mr*. C. N. Walker, M...
flummer Mn J. F Lowe. Mn J. Tom Vann Mr*. James Gllmer. Salts ELKAY'S
J. B. Robinson, M.... Oeo W. Koael 1.. Mn J. R. Doney and Mr*. Mcllwaln. [Dining RoomMRS.

Mn. A C. Easton: Mrs. M. D | GOc WHITE SHOE

Brownlow Mn Wayne Calkin. Mn Catherine Pickard and MmT t. PASTE

Mn W. M. Brodie Mn W. D D. PIch were joint hostess to I i As.id r., Slim '''.. 25C
Mahan Mra. W. H Cast, Mrs. Fred Circle Four Wednesday Mia GUSSIE JOINER I large tub*
Hrnn Mr>. S. S. Shields, Mn Elizabeth Schatx conducted the

Oscar Clonlnger M.... Harvey; Roh devotional and gave a short inspirational Proprietor Whitens Shoes

rer Mr*. Gertrude Shore, Mn I talk. Mn B. F Collier I DISIUA.REX

Seymour Dane. Mn M. Silver- and Mn SchaU tang a duet with Eat all you want-the t Action .....
man Mn Harold Rohrer. Mn B guitar accompaniment Prayers ANTACID wroeDCR 50C tM(1tt

A. Waldin were given by Mr Plckard Mn price stays the same -

Mrs. John Decker, Mr LloyDeitz d/Collier and MIN Schatz. Present I QalekIgn.N.oe. GYPSYCREAM

Mr. Rudolph Mat on, Mrs. were: Mr*. A. D. Smith, Mn Harry Auld Indig..llea
Douglas KtUlngiworth, Mrs A. Halt Mr S. H. Fitch. Mrs. Julia 50c 75c $1.00DR. I

HArtford Mrs. J. F Rohrer Mrs.I Polk. Mrs PIckard, Mr*. Fiche
Blanche Chapman Mr*. Ceo W and Min Schatx. I Sa..elt.abemesu.r !
Turner, Sr..aMrs. Florence C4IIwrn -I CalorcxVacuum gfjjcREXEME

ur. Mn Edw Stiilng Mr Joe!i 1 1i 1 Jens CL Sally Foal N*. 43 B. F. I Bottle .IM I
Dcxaee, Mrs Harry Reeley, Mrs r AMERICAN STEBBINSRegistered
r Leo Rohrer, Mr*. W. W. SereryjMr LEGION optometrist KEEPS LIQUID HOT OR
*. Robert Grlesbach, Mr Ceo.I 11 Meet >n W. Turner ?r.. Mra E. M. Vrana.i i|If F .... Americas >f ion Bldgn Practice 1} la TEARS'lIolll..teadRooma HOURS 89 C MEDICATED SKIN
f I war
Mm. Fred Kufeldt. Mr*. Charges South Krome sass CREAM

O. Turner M.... W C Hayes, Mr*.'I (Are. H_..... I1a.I McCrory 8 Arcade and 7 <

M.... Bruce Thompson, Mrs. ( : I h.. 49
Hours! 'KutstssrALCOHOL
Lucy; Clinton Mn B. 1'.1 I Saturday 7 30 to
: 10
p. tn.
Burley Dendy, Hugh Anders DIUI.A.BERGERDentist !
i 1219 W. Flatter, Miami FU.Phonea I ,
V. O.
lOCI and MI'f. Rohrer of MI- nor ww
I I ami, Miss Ettell Turner, MU : 111.Z315-I.un I K&iaa w offc
1 l Kithryn Cat and MU Blllle Hari i Dr. L. W. Stebblna, Associate ICE CREAM
i fad.I root ]R110.DO"'N
; Made Freak Dally In Our Store
: ;I ; W. M. t. CIRCLES First National Bank

I i I \ HOLD JULY MEETINGS Building .t I
J The tour circle ot the Women'

f Missionary Union of the Homestead Office Hours 8:30-4:30 DIXIE DRUGHomestead .::::.-:.

\ Baptist Church held their Individual Open Erealno k, AppointmentDR.R.S.AKERS W e -
meeting this week. Circle ,1ye: Florida
One met al the home of Mr*. C. R. .
Bigger: Wednesday Present were: the genuine), THE 3fr* .j..DRUG *:.'" it) :

Mrs. Cheiley; Sounders, Mr G. A EUGENE: Permanent
Writ Mrs. Dave Sullivan, W....
Bigger and a new member, Mr. SA.'feting eaves-ebead:

J, Lee Smith. DENTIST aaVkstiag curb. -.W| aWUa4f

Mr*. Floy Watson was hoatea to *|.- ,.. HARRY'S :WELDING SHOP
Circle: Two at her horn. ton North office noun: I'a. u. .. I ., me. (AM dI.c'1 she kind %v In...

Krome avenue Wedneaday. After Cmlayi .. It J's' :e de ...IIJM..r...... HINCETOK FLAPwrtaU .

a short program Ice cream andTwsw's Closed Salanlay ,frevl.g'wl!' *genuine tttNse'S.dwss

J let... -..t.* low *Eleetrl and Acetylene Welding Free Parking Space Uir.as;she'sMw--wha a9kml .. CjDitder Heeds, Alumhiaa Castings and Bollen.
.....,.... sad 4s.e.
Funeral Home 1714 N. W. SOTS BT MIAMI a.;face-.oda.ibgwfi: j( Automotive MaeKW lepaJrhng-Catering I* garage !. aaalakearing

...nl. AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONE 1-2121 iwsrlM sad allfaed nantag Maneetlq r4 pearls. .
Lady Atteadaatphone Bush's Barber Shop and boring and cylinder ........

884-R Homeitee" ,FU I'bHe S far first elaaa Jab arlat & Beauty Parlor EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED .

.. ". II Ingf.y.qkMtw.. RpMjF+l.ledprp&"Tjyis. .... Oya..Lllh* BmrO ratwt"TMIf '" lIlY

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July 9,1937 THE ENTERPRISE Page Seven

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:ii I the pupil were given in picnic at .
L"...".: : ",,-, I Mathason bammoek._ I SERMON TOPICS !

I! (Continued From Page Three) I A bash party at Mislaid Beach I CLASSIFIED ADS i I
was given recently the :
holiday guests it the home of Mrajnd JlMll'Ihpeopltt FIRST BAPTIST CIICRCH i
J I ,c MM of the PrbiacMR I '
Mrs. Edward Sttjtag. I RAT&nht bMtrUoa 104 a KM; nutaeouent insertions
I' !111 Mthodl Church. A few ot thJuniorwere I II July II Morning sermon I
by Mr. C. N. Walker evening I 50 lint
Invited. Those attendIng
'I{ of the Cptnmu; -- -
The Ladle AJd = ;;
by UM Rev. MllUa -
: I were: Mrs. L. L. Poyaet Mrs.B seen --
jiify'triu'rch Wednesday I
the; Worn of Mr*. Charles Clinton tl I D. Smith, Mr*. Cora Lett, Mrs. a Sac,,"" I FOR REr.T I SEE B. C. MURPHY) about beau-y

Taylor, Cleo Chubb. Amma Sorrell. tiful ga* range without down
on l6oadWay.r- i t I Mary Fisher Colleen Me- CHRISTIAN SCIENCE roomy apartment summer I payment McCrory: Arcade

Mr. and M.... F. H-Smith: and I: Vicker and France and Marvin July II ......-....... rate III month. Ask at Western
) ..*. Anyx Loft moved recently i I Poyser. subject .-- ." Union. (]y t U) : 10 ACRES pine land MO feet frontage -

into the fiobard! Brockett cottageon I Ta'Jjnd ON couth tide Epmore drive,
Mr, Ma Miss Amma
( treet FOR RENT Modem. 4-room I adjoining Seaboard railway; tM
Sorrell have gone to Tennessee furnished apt., clean cool Mrs. per acre H. A. Cameron, Honvsatead i

Mrs. Annie Silberman and ton, where Mill Sorrell 1* attending[ July, 1 11"Th- Caws M"Ime and sermontheme Care Eva Collins Federal highwayand i Phone Tl (Jn 4 U).
summer schooL I
Biscayne drive. Jn IOU)
Mr. and M'1Sam Silverman and .f raverty" evening theme
IOn. Ronnie, Mr. and Mr*. S. Sll- Mr Oa Christensen Knight I* "A Regime for '_". I Moderri FOR SALE- Rough lemon plants,
bel'Jftal.nd two children, and Mr. visiting her aunt Mn. Ole Peter- FOR RENT 4-room! any quantity. Excellent quality
and Mrs. Eddie Silverman of Miami II ion. apt. Mrs. Peter Johnson, 307 W. from selected isolated seed localltle -

were guest on Monday ol Ellen: Vann president: TOmmy! 12th St. (jnIt tn !, *. Dan M. Roberta.I 1r

Mayor and Mri. M. Silverman. Th W. P. Cash residence on Mcffett, vlce-preildent; Miss Lou !1, (jnlI-J7')
,Bayview drive I II nearing
Mr. and Mn. Chester Hunter ol j and will be quite attractive Irwiii, treasurer; Miss Lois rent by year. Furnished or un I JUST RECEIVED over 100 squares

South Miami and Mr. and Mn :when completed. er, Bible reader leader; Walk-1 furnished. Inquire Leader-En I good Interlock metal ihlngle

Harry Hunter, and Mr. and Mrs ron Crennell and Mla terprise. Bargain. Cash W a *q. O R.
Mr*. John Murray and daughter, ---- Oldendort, plumber. (p Jy .)
Virgil Bird and baby of Miami Martin, group captain. I
were week-end guests of Mn. J. I'Ruth are spending a month atMiami I FOR SALE
The officers of the Intermediate
Beach. FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus -
K. Scott.Walter -: union are: Miss Lucille West pre*. i BARRED ROCK breeding stock.|I trees and tropical fruit in

Batchelor returned Sat- Mr. and Mrs.; : William Benson idcnt; Miss Jeannette Campbell,I Prize winners. 1 pen of Bishops.I season. Jungle Grove, Redlan
I have returned to their home aftera vice-president; Mia Eunice Walker -
urday from a two-week visit with il I pen of Parka, also White Leghorn road and Plummer drlva.R
visit to their parents. secretary; Miss Elizabeth Hall, i iI \
hi* sister, Mrs. McBride, In Hypo- pullet
I I treasurer; Edward Kirby, Bible I. RED FR\'tRS-LIve or dress-
Rise, Fla Three B. Y. P. U. Groups :.readers' leader; Miss Franots'POULTRY EQUIPMENT. BatteryI | *d. Free dellvety In city; Phone
i I brooders to accommodate 1000I
Catherine Rohrer returned Sun- I Select New Officers' Webb, pianist; and Ralph Andrews I chicken Also S movable poultry 113 -M. McEwen Poultry Plant
i and Mini Elizabeth Mc-
day form a one-week visit[ In MI- I houses In excellent condition,
<; a01t with her brother and IisterM I Officer were elected by the I I Ilwuln, group captains. I 1 Fla. type with metal roofs. Will I FRYERS Reds, rocks or white;
three Baptist Young People's. The Junior officer Lois 1 alive or dressed T. B. Granthem,
ln-law, Mr. and Mn. V. O. Roh- are: : accommodate 100 hem earn
I j Union of the Homestead Pierce, Katherine Dixon l I Homestead Fla. (Je4 U)
, BapUatl ; -
WIV nntj til" ) >.JI'" ,,1 V-K ELECTRIC PUMP in good,I .
I Church recently. They will serve secretary-treasurer; and Ma-

:, Mr.and{ Mr* Edward Bishop left 1 for three months I,din Gilmer and Charles Martin, {Mn.condition.Alice Simons, R. V. D. Box 1 MISCELLANEOUS I

Just week: for a Vacation in Geor- i The senior union elected: Miss 'group captains | 505, corner Silver Palm drive, 1
HEE! It excess acid cause you
-'c gia. I and Richard road. (JyDtf stomach ulcers, glimpsing, Indigestion t
Robert Boyd la at present employed FOR SALE Large kitchen cab heartburn, : belching

In the Severs store. 1 Mrs. Redd, bloat'nc, nausea girt tree sample
Inet, S3 00. J. D. ,
Bird Chevrolet Co. at
doctor rt.rlptio, Udga
1! Boa-M. t-U .
l FrttTdVtliapman; ;; was brought Phone (Jy ) Dixie Drug. (pm7-23

: from the Kendall
pMnSotDTday POTATO LAND 10 acres only,
where n* underwent aniperatfon : PIANO TUNING ants I'eoairing.Good ,
ppftal for"a ruptured appendix. DOING BUSINESS SINCE MARCH 1926 Soil depth I ft to 4 ft $125 peracre. used piano for *... cheap I
H. A Cameron.
\t Is still confined to his bed. I W.E.Koon.11SN.W.3rdSLWANTED: >>

Mr. arty{ 'Mrs. Henry Sever and 4-ROOM HOUSE and lot, out 01\\

on and Charles Sever of Miami town. $900.00 cah. H. A.

were Sunday and Monday guest of 0..K.'DAU1U1ED CARSantee eron. ( cam-j WANT TO RENT furnished

Hula. here.- -ROOM frame house, new shingle I house by year.office.Edward Inquire. at Lead-

.r and Mrs. Stuart Shields ofidml root, all city improvements; HI er-Enterprise

:jcam down Sunday to get acre ground 38 bearing avocados -I

ojr! Tfmall daughter, Martha who I 18 limes, variety of miscellaneous ,

) icj been visiting hcf grandpar- : g1.1"SY M...a s with a guaressgt fruits, price $1800. StilingReal

tk, Dr. and Mn. S. S. Shields, .,,"aM.. *%I" Can sell on term $700 cash balajice -{ Estate
i1!the past two week file s I $30 per month. Thla is out'! I
General Insurance
that of the city. An excellent pur!
Mr and Mra. Hal Parham who chase. H. A. Cameron. (Jnll tf) FLORIDA CITY. FLA.
e' in North Carolina write that : ('or. Palm "wo. and "ft. II

r fey expect to leave for Maryland 20 ACRES, of which S acres art i I .

p grtly-for a stay of a few week counts glade, balance pine land. About I!:

I Mr. and Mr*. E. W. Severy of 275 neglected trees-grapefruit
and tanll.rlnea-can: be NEWTG.BALLNotary
> if ml were Monday guests here oranges
J reclaimed. $1,150. Can make

}(Ir. and Mrs.:Jim"'Beaty of Plant 1933 Chevrolet Sedan; mechanically perfect; no- some term.. I I FIRE INStRAXt Pnlille,E AND

If left for their home Sunday Phone 7* H. A. CAMERON
ifr a visit with relatives here draft ventilation; good paint; clean inside. I Ii i KINDRED LINES
i S5 N Krome 'v.
t Howard Thompson returned Home i -
Buy a
tturdiy from a two-month stay 1933 Ford Coupe; going: cheap for cash; .

,''Mississippi and Tennessee.Mr Buy Grove Land J. T. TOMERLIN

no trade ..... ............................................ $200.00 Glade LandIt
and Mrs. Johnny; Becker and Buy TRANSFER

-yn, and Mr. and Mrs. Burley I* mr firm belief that higher ircrtRsoR Ti> a. r. Mi''.mr
Cendy and daughter returned to 1932 Chevrolet Coach; new paint; good tires; seatco'ers prices are ImminentDon't Freight, Dirt Wood. shavings"

Jlbelr, home her Saturday after a quibble about price. eta Hauled
che-month stay at the lodge In ; mechanically A-l. Don't ",alt.. CaU J1J-R Ilemestea.lJACKSONVILLE

noyar Palm State Park. Buy now.

:, .Mr. and Mn-Joe- Pallatota' moved 1934 Ford Tudor; new seat covers; paint in fine You'll thank me for this suggestion -
few months hence.
recently front tht,M. Silverman a
shape fine tires.
apartment to the Clinton gang ; runs ; good II. A. Cameron r

jspartment recently vacated by i

l>fr. and Mn. Charles Clinton. 1931 Dodge 6 wheel Sedan;has had excellent care;

: -),11'. and Mn.-Frank Stalling and good condition. LEGAL NOTICE I

Bttr*. Mary Johnson of South MiR -- I
Noriri TO sTornnni.nmnNoUo.
t-were Sunday and Monday k kmfcr ilwi Ihil U. mnMlM ,..11 i
xuesta of Motive here. > of Mw > orkhnU: n of UK I sal
sass Hor. rfc. Co wilt W Mid II ikt' 1 I
._ rime Campos a' a.m.... .... PI..
M"M" TRUCKS se tunas. J-11 1., 1.11. as 110_ ".....
.. PRINCETON .. M.. ,... lIMo "_ 1 ....&1... a hoard
1 A/.Uwe 0.4nmwtlne Much .......
.IIy _Mrs. A. _W. McVkker_ 1931 Ford Cab and Chassis.... looks good, hmla.w .. WII.may et"a.H. IIIOIiS.I'W," tlM mast)"..'
''' '''' M'I
t hf Hum. .. ilNOTKB
;. tkftal school held at: runs fine.
or ArriICATION roB TAX ,
>lt Pflnceton Methodist Church
seas well attended, and at Its close 1928 Chevrolet; flat body; tag:; in good Notfe w kmkr (Imi_that n. lD*M. I INnlMk
Mr M U Ior of CItJ '"* Ml.Ml 051,411 ANDMW5.Mem.
shape. Tax C.etil...t. intend ..... I *4
tile .tk mm? al July. A. U IMS ku flMtpwIlMtiMi ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT a aw
wM CartNh.m !M my .0tk.. aM has naa\ ..Ive s aepm.f ha.l b wo kx si de..

i jATUROLGASRoper 1934 Chevrolet 15r 'Cab and Stakes; small ,{ III .aewd em f., with 4a.....*... m New.M C.rtakwm.mar..n tlt.iiiiiHkMM toles Jnd.L.w.Ra.Mk way I.nr n. LOA.WA,rah.bald.-dah
a cress ( *
I IIw fWMwlaa. ...had ._.1 4 ,
around dam.. Ew/v M1 wM Ise
here war so*
mileage; right ; excellent III DM C..e.y. rkrM/ t.wttt I ..... 401 00.410g* 111.tl R.mlke a.
'I I ut I. bier a, CMUHM Co.n. rut wave..n,11.All .
Ranges condition. Bnk lt DWI.. 17. I. M. City >f Mb .
| .ml. Co;.tr W Ode, BUM 1 rv..ttoNM COMOITIONIBCCKKtAll
.1 The -, 1 .101 ..prey ."doe 1OUNCI COllH HCMNWa
.1I I .. AND MUTING 400140aa.n.
OCR CARRYING CHARGE wM OnlftewM w i< WM In e. WMMoT <<
I Unkw ww. U.l_ _M O.. Sth nilea, wR.sw
w i H THE LOWEST KNOWN dull W r it._ -. .. !. ...lr..1 $100 00 Raw it$0
.. 4 r4 will mass tkmn an lIMo KM 4040 Room $IN 14R..us.
t I ,.d. as.m ma as.A sate
1 d.FtL A M I M4 this lath t Mr.'."f .J.m>. A.'n.. DO lass.. Is,d..kl.mwtma011",1esslt

I Trade IB your old stove t.l Ck rk of ClmlT + '
I 103 N. Krome Ave. Phone 98 .- C....,. Pkw.I""j MemAinu / xoiu.oeio
Vtrq 1). ?wn. Homestead drools dart ....
N. C Riess.x
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Eight_ THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, .hilv 9., 1037

CENTRAL SERVICE Short Circuit Causes ....!Jlwml.lI i' : II' i' II'' I : : iii II I : Ii i 111M'!., I I III:: "" ] I Ii II '11'" "" II]:! II''ILN. ''

Explosion in Parked Car
I .C.'S Sunburst
(Cavttnued from Pea. Five) Quick action by the Homestead ...
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operation of the station whisk they fare department Saturday night RITZ D Bartlett
prevented what salgftt have been d
took ever from a former management
a disastrous blaze when gasoline
several month ago. Young fumes exploded \In an automobile
in rear, but progressive In their I parked In front of the Dixie Drug, PEARS
partner several and endangered the occupant and
year experience in other local ffll- adjoining cue.According 1lg.
mg station before entering into
to Fletcher Bryant, pkg. ---
business for thenuelves o.21/2 can
} assistant. fire chief, the explosion
Robert Dining who It from Arlington was caused by the the Ignition
Man, WM educated In mixture of and kerosene
a gasoline -
t Arlington end Boitoa. He bw re. In the trunk compartment of ZIc FRIDAY & SATURDAY CASH SPECIALS 1 c
sided in the district two year and the car from a spark created by a
has made a wide acquaintance duN short circuited storage battery
tag that time. HI.Iie" the
former Miss Dorothy Deden, I
bulk 5 it
daughter of Mr. and Mr Carl 12 Local Boys Leave for SUGAR ZSc
HarrU.Oeden and niece of Mayor Tpm Citizens Training Camp i

Bruce Ennl la the ion of Mt.and
Mr*. E. A. Enni who came to Twelve Redland District boy '

Homestead yean ago when from Bruce Michigan wa only 24 14 attend Screven left over the near the annual week-end Savannah citizens,for military Ca.Fort, to CRISCO 3 lb. Can 59c

month of age. He was graduated
training camp which last for a
from Homestead High School and
month. Two, Harry Brown and
pent a year at the Unlversltj of
Harold Campbell, enrolled for
Florida in Gainesville Hit wife 1 are
the fourth year and if they pass brand 3 tall Cans
the former Miss Sarah Thuirrmn of MILK
Ecison; ,Oa,a sister of H. 0. Thur- the qualification will become any 21cj :
second lieutenant
in the Organized -
man of Homeitead.
Central Service Station, agent
for the Seaboard Oil Co., serves ethers are: Randolph Caves, t DEL MONTEGrapefruit
a Jack Gatlin Charles Little, Earl
Woco-Pep gasoline, Tlolene and
Pure oil*. It 1*) also distributor Smith, Raymond Roberts, James Produce Dept. I Meat
for Yale Urea,said to be one of the Oibbs, Canon Malcolm, E. D. Del- Juice DepltammaHmumaama
linger and Alvin Bridge
few make of tire now on the
market that carry aa unconditional
guarantee for one year, Althoughthe tUned to ipeclallie on their ear Golden RipeBananas 46 Ole can .. 25c COUNTRY ROLLBUTTER
station give all-around service > washing facilities, which they believe -
the partner say they are in. are unsurpassed in the city

3 lbs. .... .. IQc lb. ...:.. :_.. 36c
NQBGENOW Salad Dressingpt.

jar ."". 25c



10 Ibs. ... _. 29c each ... ... 9c .


(plus bottle deposit)

5 lbs. . .. 25c lb. 35c
KELLOGG'S .. ..a.

Corn Flakes Pork Shoulder
lb. __ . 15c '
New Hal'llteJ.ibIe interior arThe washer with AutobuHt Tram* i
rangemento give you 9 different tnls -Super-Safe Pressure-In lb. .... ...
interior variation Famous Bator Wrncer-l"eather-Weaht! Yellow WHOLE GRAIN
ReOttot mechanism.. further AgHater-many other high quality Western Beet
Improved) feature ONIONS RICE

t;'raaf/ ja e241 lb. ......J... 5c 5 Ibs. *...-_. 25c Chuck Roast '

New,Itn nxffJ oven Controls*. Heat speed and peasant under ALL-GOOD
top burDen make these tangs eve accurate coctroL: SJmpliM operation. FRESH DAISY
more of cleat and ecoooffikal Ask for a damamraiiuo.TMt + PEACHES
Calf Brains CHEESE

No 2% can 18c

nAl lb. ........ 15c lb. 25c
.....h.. .


1 1t

t each ..:. .. 15c lb. ..... ... 35c lb. .. ..__. ....... 28c

Ballard's Flour R? G SIJ.pkg.29c.: '


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: ::::.::= ONE DOWN PATMQtT Salad .

lj. == LOW $7. Dressing OR RELISH. .25c

C 4M 1iIoIo....e.w

REDLAND APPLIANCE COFFEE Del M.&e, vac:.. packed: I. 7 C

205 N. KroMe Ave, Homestead, Fla.

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