The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00132
 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 16, 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: UF00087294:00132
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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NAMES lB. P. W. Old C.'to Age Provide Assistance TransportationFor Applicants HIGH RETURNS FOR EARLY I ;,

I '01PARKERTO Transportation for those who SHORT LIVED AS I
I wish to make application for old. |- AVOCADOS

lie penslorn Tuesday while mem- Limited seating facilities\ and ice
ben of the district board of social water will be provided also! by the
MILK BOARD welfare and caw workers are at awaiting U. !
the municipal swimming! pool I will their be turn given and other assistance ISLAND DELUGE REACHES Se I

building Homestead will be t
provided .
Two member of the club Mrs.Don
I where needed,by the Home
chairman of the
Ferreyra: pub. !
\ Official Notification IsIi stead Business and ProfessionalWoman' lie relation committee and Mr' THE WEATHER Exports to This Country

Awaited by Local Club. This announcement Jane Nesbttt county public health I June 15-July 5 Total ;
was made yesterday by Mrs. .k>IIo't tl twaewsm.M tutto****]
nurse, will be volunteer case workers -
DairymanONLY sat/-a. Nms.t.aS. F'-Wa.
Flora D. of the 31,804 Crates
Myers president I
assisting Mrs. Carl E. Dunaway -
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Ii club Mr*. Guy V. William, Mrs.Simons .I Date '11\IuMla1, ) Earl) Bal
MEMBER FROM Applicants who have no mean and Mn. Edward B. July S i 1.,3 130.101| .14, MIAMI SWAMPED AS 1

''e: LOWER EAST COAST of transportation are Invited to Qvinan. social welfare board July IB I 88 Tl 30.IS! .'11 10,000 BOXES ARRIVE I'
notify Mn Myen In Florida City member Miss Marian Frank July 11 88 TO i |

oJ i :Asked/ by DadeBrowardIrfterestts Mr*. Ben Archer In Homestead or chief case worker and another July a t 81 I 89 :,JOOl| End of Voluntary Suspen..
Mrs Clna Stewart In Redland. 13 88 II
Miami assistant Curtis X. Lee July I I 130,041July '
t if He Would Mrs. Archer can be reached by board member from this district, 14 ; eo I 8T 130.0T) sion Period Sees"Dumping" I !

I Accept Post telephoning the Leader-Enterprise also will be prevent U possible. July IB I 10 I M |130,011| 1

The application for old age .*- \
O. B. Parker, reported In press .("tenet will be taken at the DEPOSITS SHOW30PCT.INCREASE Vision of sudden wealth Treated
dispatches yesterday as having
Homestead swimming pool build by Pollyanna newspaper publicity
been appointed by Governor Cone between the of I ,
ing hour a. m
to the stale milk control board HI PERRINE ON and 4 p. m Tuesday.<< The board, in the minds of a few Red-

Mid last night that he had not yet case worker and. Mr*. Ferreyra land District avocado growers unversed I

received official notice of the wove and Mr*. Nesbitt will be at Bar.f1e14' In the) true situation" wen ,
.1 ernor's action but had beeq asked BUILDING SLATEIn store In Perrlne from 8 till OVER JUNE, 1936 rudely battered this week whe"I I
Tuesday by representative of
4 o* Wednesday. :
the current avalanche of Cuban
Pad and reward dairy Interestsif I
' he would accept the tppolnt- addition to approving a $11.. Application may be made also An Increase of more than thirty avocado began to make |Its tnfhiI r':

t jnent It it were tendered him. 000 four-room addition totie\ at the social welfare board office per cent in deposit 1* the record I: once felt In the big marketing 8 f

;...,,, Mr. Parker.whose AWne; Grove Heaneetead High Bchooh build In*, ,U3LK.K,Tint itmtrUiflml. med by ate Tim National Bank of' cnters.. "

,\' Dairy "-It-I-mllt nortwof Homsv the Dada County board of public Eligible for old-age assistance,! Homestead ia the part year, according Deluged by Cuban shipments, :
stead ha i 1 ate-wide t reputation Instruction last Friday granted a monthly pension of not more' to the quarterly statement ,I I
which commenced June 18 and
1 a* a moral of sanitation and good $2,1)00) for repainting and renovating than $30. are those person who published this week. On June JO: have already reached a peak heretofore -
manager rent succeeds Mrs. M. C the Redland High School auditorium are 89 year of age or older who of last year the total deposit) were
unknown in the history of
,I Ins of Oju sea member of the and making minor repairs have been resident of Florida at $$383,908 and on the ssme date J
the the
Industry consequent rapid
,; milk control board He was se- to other parts of that school plant,, toast five of the nine yean Immediately this year the total deposit* were
decline In resulted la
price avolunt.ry
lected* the producer-distributor and $3,000 for a new auditorium preceding their application i iI $30tT389t an Increase W $118.- agreement between the :',
member of the board. at Perrlne district school. have resided In the state 812.39.B .
Cuban Department of Agriculture .i!
i.. The state rn&X control' board Is,I Orvlllt Rigby, successor to A. EHemmlngi I for the year preceding their,application I J. C. Doll of Miami I former and island grower to suspend en- ['
composed of member Mr and have not sufficient income
(even a* superintendent of assistant cashier of the Florida ports to the United State 'iron ;; t
Patker ia the .only member from building and maintenance for or.other. "resources to provide National Bank and Trust Co, has I July 9 to 11, according! to data released .
the lower east coast, Including Dade County school system will reasonable subsistence compatible recently been engaged by the yesterday by C G Cilrlrr- I

'Palm Beach, Broward and Dadecounties. I be i. Homestead and Redland today with decency or health bank ail executive vice-president, wood manager of the Florida
There Is nothing in the old-age "vo'I'I 4
for preliminary surveys of the Other officer of the bank are,i cado and Persian Lime
The Homestead dairyman's ap- work to be done. Mn Nell K. assistance law enacted by the Florida A. A. Payne* president, H. E,, plant at Naranjo.! ;i'
o pointmnt .U considered locally a* Walker local member of the county legislature this spring, which Schaff. vice-president; W.' C Exports of avocado from h
1- signal honor, especially since he school board said last night She require\ the applicant to fgn over .
Payne, cashier. A. A. Payne, Cuba from June IS te July t inclusive
war the/ choice of dairymen of three thought it possible that UM workon his property to the state or county Mr. Schatf C. L. Clement, T. J. totaled 31,304 bushel orate

counties for the poet.t these projects would be started Some person from have the this section misunderstanding I Harris T. E. Kirby and Ma* 1M.I Exact figures for the put 10 day I

next week I nor are director are 'not yet available but it t*
which stipulates that the applicant
: 24 Stand; Examination known that shipment have Id- f
must not !have made an assign '
For Post Office Clerk creased daily in volume, and that
I TO DRAIN POOL the ment purpose or transfer of rendering of property himself"for IIAS DEAL the three-day truce Merely served

Sixteen women and eight miD to pile up an accumulation of
I I eligible for assistance under this
t "took the V. S. civil service examination SATURDAYNEWINTEREST ; act at any time within two yean TOSELFRUITINEVENT Cuban fruit which began moving I
again when the) temporary suspension
r conducted yesterday at the prior to the filing of application. "
f: Homestead High School buildingfor : ADDED The act provide also that an order was lifted.
OF STORM Under the agreement quoted byMr.
the purpose of filling the post. Inmate of any public Institutionmay .
avocado for
Calderwood shipment
).. Uon of substitute clerk; at the make application for old-age
---- to Florida must not be lug
Homestead post office assistance, but the assistance, if
J. E Close, money order clerkat The municipal swimming pool granted, shall not begin until after i Arrangements have been made I1 than IS ounce in weight" with a
the Homestead post office pod ivlU be closed all day tomorrow to by Florid Avocado and Persian 11 maximum tl avocado to the
be cease to be inmate.
secretary of the local civil service, JtrmiUdraining' thorough cleaning Applicant-.will an be required to Lime Grower looking to tit protection craw Exports to New York must
board, was assisted by George]. .if 'IhnxxjVift. Manager Ted bring with them proof of their of Its members in the event j'not be less than 18 ounces Inweight
C Benson retired rural mall carrier ale*** nM i Vesterday. When re. dtlz nshlp and relldence.LIe of heavy wind that might blow with 1 crate maximum .i

of Homestead, In conducting the epf .at ti' m. Sunday the concrete and age citizenship can be proved by fruit from the trees according to 48 avocado, and to New Orleans,
mad la die- 14 In weight .and S) to the
examination which required! four tarp lylll have undergone record in the family Bible, birth an announcement a ounce
noun, /a.an.tolp.in.. vigorous iniSblng over every certificate marriage certificate play advertisement elsewhere In Crate. .
squarj J8PsWt surface to remove this Issue of the tead.t-i ttrprlte. At the office of the Parman-
any. Incipient algae, or map, and census report or 'Should we have a blew," dates Lehman Packing Co. In Homestead,
RedUnd III Ag Teacher proof. Residence can be proved by
it will be brimming *> rwith the the announcement "arrangements it was reported that no less than
,: Injured in Auto Crash pure fresh water for which Home- rent or voting registration receipts. already have been made U lake 10,000 boxes of Cuban avocado

itead'i municipal ",waterworks li, --- mature, serviceable Persian lime, arrived In MI.mi1.. Clyde Une
4 M A. Pye :t Goulds wa held famous. I r Annual Field Box Losses storm-damaged, from all members this week, on the first day shipment .

but later released from Homestead Water portj equipment added' Explained by Chambu at a minimum price) of $1.21 per *, were resumed after the brief

jail without bond in the custody by Mr Beler during(the past'week i bushel net to the grower, deliveredat Suspension period.
.. of relative for his part in an ha Increased interest and attendance One source of the annual short the packing house" Even the Miami market I*
'iJ automobile accident at the Intersection 1'Me pool There ar* now age in field boxes at the end of the This arrangement 1* possible swamped abcS good fruit I* sellingat

of the Federal highway' and three>valet, pole ball, B ,Water, farming season,.csn be traced to the through connection with a cannery -I three tor 14 cent This Me
Newton road on Monday night basketball u.i si goal hoop an Homestead city dump. Accordingto at Bndcnton. Manager C Q. usually low local price level i* reflected .
According to Deputy Sheriff Inflated '1Io-l wn" float, su>4 a J. I* Chamblis who holds the Calderwood aid yesterday Five In the New York and other

a Frank N. Irwin, whs arrested Pye totter bor* .wttri two more ,arriving garbage collection contract, several ton of off-grade and cull lime important market throughout toe
the Goll1dt man drove his ear Into within teq; day Thesecood hundred field boxes are lost yearly were sent to this 1JNf11att week Voted State, according to Clarence -
the rear of a truck driven by M. A. spring beard for diving wa* put up lit resident who use them ai .t the price quoted. he said netting Parman and Lee Lehman 4
0." Baker, agricultural instructor of Tuesday and the baby poo.1 i* substitutes for the standard garbage .. members of the co-operative $L20 owners of Parted brand who
j Redland High School frllghtly in- now In ueTh can. Th boxes when filled for a 8J Ib. crate operate ai> Indepcadent packing ,

,\ luring Mr. Baker and causing average *"ndanee1ft the and co ected *rt taken to tilt dump TJs current advertisement and shipping pUnt in Hemestead.
\ minor damage to the truck. morning hs*jumped from 18 to and there burned in accordance nounces: also that the Florida "'A* the situation stand now,
f1 remained in jail for a few 80 white the afternoon average I with city regulation Sometime he Avocado and Persian Lime Grow. Redland District grower can bat*.

boon pending investigation of the has Incensed from 111 to 160, Mr.. collect and dump four or five ere association I Is now In the) pro. ly realiae packing charge on fntjtCoutJmwd
accident. Bkler Mid i boxes dally, Mr Cbambust Mid. (Continued on Pages Three), < en Peg nrt'fJv t


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Page Two THE LEADER ENTERPUtCE; Friday July 16, 19W1


Girls i SCHEDULEJuly 1-1. and the Mea'i Shop tarMdi Propellor Sheared Off, I!Stacy Hawkinf Ides L : -,.

Local Whip "back W. D. Horn Co, Three Marooned on Key At GaInehilltf Iftitilsr '

U. HonM v*. Burton M n'i ores drove In tfcr** of the

Beach Lassies 16-6 Shop vt. Brooker. Chop yni with a home run Reb-j I After being adrift for hours In a SI.o"lfawkl glint .

On Local DiamondThe July 19, Horn TW. Men'i Shop] two men on bat la th* fourth mall tithing boat that had Jim propeller of the Florida Agricultural ix-'

Burton vi. Brooker. tag. and no oars, then being pertinent&&aU n..ly) wf -'UOn-
July 21, Brooker vt. Horse;;I I ed at Homestead Jfor/tevtftl.yearn
Island .
-II' .a r ......... a marooned overnight on a tiny -
Plymouth girls' diamond Men Shop ... Burton. Haws 110. MM. Rlakaf af 4IjWIUkap I several miles from the main died at hit home In Galneavllle
.... ...... IV I I IC..III.
July 23, Horn. v*. Burton: k A Saturday.Mr. .
ball team of Homestead auspiciousIt ... If a 1'''''_'' I a a: land, three Homestead anglers
opened its tenon Wednesday Brooker vt. Men'i Shop. K.B.llr>.* aa I Itkallk' tk .. I I were towed back to civilization I Hawkins wrote the Leader- "
28 Burton Brooker Malhk p.._ I .iy.. a_ If t I I
July vt. ;
night by decisively whipping the Non ML.._" I S .:; .: Ik. I.' 0 about noon Jut Friday with their Enterprise on June 24 that he was !
Miami Beach girls, on the local Horn vt. Men'i Shop. O.5.lltea.t ITva 11N.1.a 's
1 p : I enthusiasm for tithing triP considerably i In Riverside hospital at Jackson tvllle
.. Sullivan and July 24, Men'i Shop vt. Burton; wra.a .s.- 1 RC.mp'n e IKM t
Cold !!- Marjorie o.c... of t rf_" 1 1 0 dampened for the time taking treatment for .to pllCe.
Mary Graham hit homers for the Brooker vt. Home. BMW. et- a .,......11. af I 1 0Lisae being, I of the bladder and attendant com ft

locals, July 30, Brooker vt. Men'i Shop. ; d 1 0t4 The "three men In a boar wen plication for which h* expectedto 1

i In the first game of the evening Burton vt. Horn 1 : s: a J James C. Vann, his ton Jimmie, : undergo a major operation In

urtoa'. Department Store won August t, Horn vt. Men'i Shop; _.. _.,, ..._ a I and Sid Kendrick youngest ton oi about ten d.,.. The- news of hit
Burton vt. Brooker. Bananas ._ _.. .._ a 11. 0 0 54
a close game from the Men'i Shop, Peace Justice S. L. Kendrick all deat hcomes as a distinct shock to

i 4-2 August 4, Brooker vi. Home; kaMltaKlnaHl _... .auUl.. Granwaai. bass of this city They set forth early hit many friends here ;
Men Burton. three boa art.I o. :
Shop vi
Margaret Berger held the Beachen M "kalla affi M.- .. Malkla' II atrarkarraral Thursday morning from Mowry Funeral services were conductedIn ..
to two hite. did not allow an August 6, Horn v*. Burton; ant kri MalaM I. liarrk 0. 5.111.wumplrmt street canal and beaded down the Gainesville Sunday He It tlr>

earned run. struck out IS of the Brooker vi. Men'i Shop. ......... BakraM.kkRanw bay In I general southeasterly vived by his wife Mrs. Nellie Hawkins -

opposing batten and, strangely August Men'i 9, Burton vt. Brooker. ; ...... 2Mp .b a akllgfncor a bit direction. When nearing their .of Gainesville, and I brother, t
enough, allowed 16 base on balls. vt. Shop. Hlnw lb 1 "I'1oW' lb_. e I I fishing ground about twelve miles Herschel Hawkins of Dayton o. i

Girls on the local squad are: August Brooker 11, Men'i Home.Shop vt Bur- 0. C..mas. a._a : : k)C.mp'u* Ik Ik I I : 0Tvoo. out a hidden rock sheared off the Mr. Hawkins was stationed at -

toni; vs. ......... pathologist here before the
Virginia Hodge Marjorie Sullivan ph"" p I liB. aa I propellor. An easterly breeze drifted plant (
August 13, Men'i Shop v. I" ..... ,
14. s S 0 *M 0- of. I I establishment of the
shore Subtropical
Cecelia Harper the boat gradually to the *
Dorothy Sykei, ;
Brooker Burton Horn a.Wm... N 5 I fMtet..W, U I 0 4A.d.wa
; vt.
Margaret Berger Alta Webster If 1 1 511' ....10 e.- t 0 of a nearby key where the trio Experiment Station In 1930 and, \!

Miry Graham Lola and Eunice August Brooker It Home vs. Burton.vt Men'sShop H.Y.Robes.- :l::: : 1 :,IY..nr Mathis d.p: It ; made tamp and hopefully awaited after ttt inception be became a'
Walker, Cora Mae Groover, MOB- Keenan .. 5 !I0.C.mdn d os 1 0 rescue. member of the station itaff He..,

ley Sever Mary Mlstretta, Mar. 1 : 15 4 t',' 1111 Rescue parties hurriedly organized and Mrs. Hawkins were popular

Jorlf Connor, Eleanor Sullivan and 2 Outside Teams Go Hok.. .- . 0 1 1 8 at dusk by Judge Kendrkic members of the Ag Club and took
Lucille Drlggen. Fletcher,Bryant M.'s shop ... I I 1 ...... and Deputy Sheriff Tom Vann, part In the communities church P,.
Down Before Local Two how kilt Y...... kawia Ro.. activities. a
it coach and Dr. M. A. Berger it| .real kaaa M kalla *ll\ 1It._ ..rant M.Uito a I we-* handicapped by nightfall and and civic ,

manager track out kiri Plmbr 4. 11...... It arronglmMna squally weather

The schedule for the remainderof : Stars Same Night ..*lUtekart._ R -CampbaU.Unplnat ..- At daybreak Friday a coast- the search. A. C. Deputy, Homestead i

the season follows: .. I guard cutter, airplane and several fire chief finally sighted S

July 14 Miami Beach at The local diamond ball league Brooker won from the Man Homestead boats were engaged in signals on the 1 Islanii I ajnd arn\-ed

Homestead. l alVstari won both games of a Shop, 4-0 and Burton'l from there just at the government plane

double header on the Homestead Horne, 8-3, In garnet Friday nigh been out of the city for a few days I I was circling overhead. A waved

July H Ahern'i at Miami field Tuesday night They won from I Ovid and Charles Sullivan hit and U acting a* mayor and muni- I OK signal tent the jlan back' to

Beach. Marine A. C. of Miami, '-I, and homen for Brooker. Field him cipal judge during the absence on lite bate and Mr. Deputy took the ,

July 22 Ahern'i at Home-I from the Holsum Bakery 102.I ered for Horn vacation of Mayor Tom J. Harris
Btead Charles Sullivan hit a home run .
Br.abw oil r ..''M... Aber so r bb
July 23 Miami Beach it MIami for the locals in the second game H...... Ik 4 0 .1"._ .... I I
R. alllvaa M I 1 1 __. d 1 0 IKI.
Beach. 11- .b r kkAII' Atari .. r his .... Ik ITlumuu .rear a a
July SO Fort Lauderdale at Solos ... ... 0 0 I,PM4. Ik __ 4 a IWriaht y.. I Wad.., I a a 0SIAM
a0.... I I Vthla Ik 4 41 I _. .
tk. I I 1 810. .10 I 0
Fort LauderdaleM ...,... 'n 0 1 I Bdw.ro.: m.- 4 I I C..III_ It I I 11.Gawm.e ab I 0 I Oldest Chevrolet
i v.. Now' I. a 1 IBmltk' tk.. IIIEaala I 4roman. CCampll af I 0 4 A.- If I 0 .I
South a ak r kk'P1ra>. lk ., r MBar. .."It : : a..'_ IIWtMVa' : 1Samar o.5ulli.as at IRhaw I t ......... rt_. I I U
n 1' 0 M/mrata l o I I If IYaumr 0 ..._._ I 0 Olson, 1 I 0 IIII.
Saaadvise n. 1 SlOs..r d 0 Webb rt 1 0 .' rf .. I 1Cosby "
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Qu II a l'aF' Its a I 1arld.a. p. III 1 C..ullI..r. I IH.
a 5 I 0 w.b.Mr a1 a 1 .._ ... I I I Mua af IUMalkla I 0 -\ :
Jn.la.a Ik. I I .11..11.... IkCHarpar 4 a I Malmsey d p I 1Cr.bM5 -
.......... a>Ik 4 0 ... 4 I 0NI'mb' p.. I : ''Bar.ow lb.: : n. a n. 4p Dealer East Coast
r* ttft t 1 liCM_ If.. I I I I BraoliarMa 5 1 I 1-4 on
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drt I I I ab 4 5 tCMlu. -- 11 niMI 0kaaa .11I. a 1.11I"1
I" l' 0 ...... p. I I t5t.nua.ft Si I tiII. : .. .kalla .4f I Thomas 1. Pi..... II I
of .' a Saws ... 15 5 ....... ......._.... I . ", ........ we W Thu.... l. jnvfa I Harrta C.ea11.wa. .
Ali a..r. 0.1 1 1 1 1, X-I HI_. 0. Oaaua**. aia a .aa.kk I.
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In.w.lkw. of I ttl I Nome r.' 1.111...t UM w tonsalit g .spiral R.kbwt ...._ LN s cl
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Jesuits f. Caaby at; atrvck arIt t
s l'I u i center t. HCaulari ..... "Mast Canton wiaatkla H.... ak r '._.'. ., e MV6.441 BUSINESS ,"'..""'! >IAEQH"|'921

Miami ..... _. .. .. Oita .N spirnmoth .- ..... ..cwII. Main pltahwt Ik_,,_ tHUtMia 1 I" baker If IIWIttkop 1 PLANTODAY'S .
.n. .... "n. III .n a-I' Van Naa.arrant..rwevuse.Rokaa. S.Nunn wriest, .:byre: If t 1 OI' ,ate I 0G.Camp'Il .
Ik I I Edward IISmtUilh I 1G.maaa
Two base 101" outlives, home MartSullivan .-- ., B..,Ilk rf I I t I
OrakarnII I Work out lot N..rr Umpkwt aalebs.t Babson.M..1. ".... a. IMauaop. I .10_.... It I I I
Slwltoa, base "ImIle.. fit Power
... Gatkarta.kkMn't .. A.Co sb WAR Mara ., bit p. Illaaon : t ,oaten Ik _. I 0 :
IS. shut son 11 amBrfchna. I ftamaan I. r r tk I ) I 1You
tUrnoMaM t. Sullivan.Umal Privets w._ l I I'M Ik.llWttlfcap .- I I Ia d... .I5.C.mp'lI SPECIAL
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Rotebort and Ashes.ears. .not 1I1. Ik IMailth 1
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B.... IkImlth .. 1 .1 .... I 0Csw 0 r
..'. ., .. Bow.s d.... s 0 Kl.ixaUa cf I 1
e MM* so e M d 1 0 1C Camp U a> I 0 .: _
Bishop. of. I HIiMt IkICOo.aia.aaf. I 0 1 Ik. 1 0 lIa.o-- I I Isgal
Wlttkop la.. 4 I os 1 S V.A.bly I I I '//C.O-_. rf I ntfBarton.
1'.01..... aa 4 I Taraar' ai 1 0 0 R1.fe.4 .. I *,It.... af. I I _.... I I a 1 4-A I 1934 Chevrolet Coupe; new paint;
Smith .... IVlhka MaaW pIRImmaaa I' I Kdly H.... 1 If a 11 Hum I I 1 .-4
Ik IValaa. IktlOiinanalk 1 Lease ai. .BCanpll a t 1 ,... ..... Nut. O Campbell; three kaaakltal
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..." Iflrnawlil t A 0 0 Q.A>hUr rf tN.ttoa. a. | 0 ,, "" ..11.. koaM not Flaw; base aaMb I motor A-l; tires good; well'itakencare :
If. I t AIB._ If aMae. ----' off 11.1_ .. Mriao. I: struck *Man
rf._ I l .*..,_ of 1 M 1 t, 11.4 I N.Uoa <; .......,. ........ E.. CaupbtU.Vnplnal .
Campbell. a I IHIbo, of.. lI.ri..A.C. I 0 I I-H I Hakkart, ...._ of.
r.II....... at. I ..1 alI ,a S I 1 All Stan I I 0 0 I at -4Btolap. I

.. .; -u: 5Sort. : .bases tnrattei Was a> ...11. .ff POLICE COURT TONIGHT
.- I, V. A.klrr 5t atrvk wt kyiN.laoa. :
.." .. q0 90111 1II. -<1 S, V. Artltr 11 vtnnliw pltekariM.laoa ',, Several minor cases ilated for
... .
shop 0 U. i I ), bur shakers: V AMilarUmplnat trial In municipal court Monday
Two ka*. Mat Malaan: atnek out kr I --. BakraaaMonday .
Nrlna I. ......*. li k.M as "kalla. off, night were postponed until tonight
M'. .. I. ".... t. wens, WKUne. ... night Burton took the' when they will be heard by Joe L. OTHERS '
word.. vlhl.o, alma. I a. Gamma.. 'I I
ump/rw t P.kb et'.d l.arrw. measure of Brooker Lumber Co, I Burton, council president, who hat
-- 1934 Ford Tudor Sedan; good ; clean; runs fine.

1931 Dodge 6 wheel Sedan; clean; seat covers;

We Are Now Ready to Serve You I good mechanical shape. _

II i 1932 Chevrolet Coach; new paint; new seat covers

; motor overhauled; good tires.


: 1931 Chalet 157 inch DW Cab, and s

: ; .1 SUNOCO PRODUCTS I Body tires fine; small mileage. .

1930 Chevrolet-cab and body; priced .!

1928 Chevrolet; no cab; body good s6 ie.J

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Lubrication Done by a Trained Expert ;ChevroletCo.

N. Krome at 5th St. Homestead, Fla. fJ

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Friday, July 16,1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare ThreeSCOWS ,

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DR. WOLFE GIVES TALK I and Ms brother, Jack Taunton. Rising I* tke Oeeaale
: \ ASK ODD SWIMMING POOLPROGRAM TO INFORM MEW ROTESDr. 1'began operation of the station at
l r H. a Wolfe, chairman of the ,North Krome avenue and Fifth small boy was asked to dine at .;
. 1 JOBSTOPAYFOR committee on Rotary Information, ,street under the name of "BUl's the home of a distinguished pro-
was the speaker at the meeting of j,Service Station." fessor. His mother questioned
t- DaJlr Monday through Friday the Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday I Bill, the elder of the Taunton Urn on his return '
1- NEW UNIFORMS 11:00-11:30: : Non-Swimmen class noon In Legion hall He brothers, operated a Station In "You are sure you didn't do any.thing i,
'SoI. '10: O-IO'O: Diving gave a resume of the history and i Miami for several years, and bothhave that was not perfectly po
I. 30-11-45 Junior Ute Saving mrposes of Rotary for the benefit had about eight years experience liter"" aha asked.
Homestead Troop S5. Boy Scouts 2:S9-3:30 Recreational Swimming D
of new members at the request of In service station work. "Why, no, nothing to speak of."
of America, needs new uniforms, water basketball, rabbit, the chairman, Howard
: program Jack has had special factory training :
na costing about $S.SO apiece but the lohnson. "Then something did happen aye
ball In lubrication.
; pig lip, water polo dodge
boys art not joint the usual round The Taunton brothers to "Well, while I was trying to out s i
t.to. of tlvto' club and circles 3:304:00: : Advanced Swimming i
parental Miami In 1 17, when they were the,meat It slipped oft to the floor. t
\", for donation to this worthy cam, .....". I Bill and Jack Taunton children. But I carried the situation off alt '
d Instead, they are following the Reopen Sun Oil Station right"
dVh* of A. O. Cain, scoutmaster,1 Sauls and Johns Freed "
14'It did do?
First "Yes, but what do "What you
and are In the market for odd Job, For Lack of Evidence
unl- Another Sunoco service stationwas we do In the case of bankruptcy?" "Oh. I lust said carelessly {
to work out the price of their
to ", reopened in Homestead Wednesday Second partner: "That's simple. That's always the way' with tough
", forms. of the from Earl Souls and In Johns, of alleged when W. C. (Bill) Taunton The profits are divided equally." I meat' "-Ex.
'4r. The ages boy range kidnaping notoriety were
. :! 12 to 15 years., acquitted at their trial yesterday
Among the job they leek are !
!- otternoon In the criminal court ol
r, t; mowing lawn, clearing front and record under a directed verdict by ..
. back yards, simple household repairs
ti Judge ten WUlard, who rultd tiat
.w or delivering messages or U.. state had not product '''''1.
' small piece of merchandise in the cent evidence to prove chtR cf
scout truck. enticing :+ rr'nor' girl way from Avocado and Persian Lime
Cash thus earned will be put In tome and parents ab'it two
a special uniform fund by Scoutmaster months; eg*. I
, Cain or given to the parents
". to be held until the price of S&uls,unable to make tarsal when
''J the new outfit U In the treasury.Prospective committed for trial by Psacw J..I
s: the Growers of the Redlands!
khi'R "odd Job" employers lice L. Kendrick at preliml.Hac.stead'

x I are requested by Mr. Cain to phone )
- 16 arid state their need
terday. Jorns has been at liberty
under $500 bond since the date. of
i the hearing but has been held cut This (Js a direct appeal to those growers of Persian Limes and
eI of Homestead under a "pick-up" Avocados who have not as yet joined our co-operative to do so
warrant Uq'wd by Mayor Tom
a.d' Harris when Johns! failed to answer without delay.
n 1 ( from Page One) to a city change of being disorderly -
, rest of negotiating a deal with the by fighting. We are not asking this on the grounds of public spirit, local

; ease rational, wi,food doj>avea and drug bad chains blow this"In patriotism or for altruistic reasons. We ask you to JOIN SOLELY

year, to take over our entire memo SLUMPS' FOR REASONS OF YOUR OWN SELF INTEREST. ;
ber volume of Number One avocados MARKET II
and Persian limes" It goes BECAUSE WE HAVE THE VOLUME we can handle yQur '

06 to polnt-oat that "in this event From Page One) fruit materially cheaper than independent shipper and
of I storm ire shall not be able to (Continued any certainly
biy. sell or ship fruit from nonmembers shipped to New York," Mr. Par- cheaper than an individual possibly can handle it himself.
and In order to make man said. '
preliminary estimates we must In no uncertain terms, Mr. Par- Compare our returns net to the !grower and be convinced. And
t.ve1lltIIembenhlp list completeby man deplored a newspaper policy hold in the
August .Consequently, no of singling out a brief period of in making this comparison mind important item that
nfw-members will be accepted high prices for special publicity fruit at our packing house is WEIGHED IN. You are paid on a

4 from directors August decides first until that the the danger board! mind thereby of raising the growers false hopes by Inferring in the basis of a 55 LB. BUSHEL FOR PERSIAN LIMES AND A 50 LB.

<< :The association's first early avo- average that would prevail I
..' field crate unit accepted by other shippers.
<'|do pool; 10. the week; ending throughout the season. "It la
Jfme( 24, netted grower $8.12 per true the season opened upon avery
60 lb. erstejor Pollocks and '7.0 favorable market, but It Is This is a co-operative institution, managed by the growers, for
per 50" :.crate for the Fuchs variety equally true that the deluge of I the growers.
Mr. Calderwood fruit has caused a slump
n=A..Persian Jim {MoV for the that.bluntly presents the reverse II 1' .,. .We already have accomplished a great: amount of both local ..

'week endinf-7un It. brought net sUM of the-picture," he Mid I and national publicity for both Persian Limes and Avocados:What
i.Wturna of M 29 per. S3 ,Ib. crate The market for Persian limes
Kit reported. I which suffered a slight let-beck I independent shipper has done anything at all in this essential
recently from unseasonal spell matter
Another Blessed Event of cool weather I In the north, has j

At DuMond Monk Jungle .i advanced price again level.to a A very large Satisfactory acre-! Furthermore, not only have we been able to pay our members

?Another baby"monkey made Its I age of limes in the Lake Placid higher prices for fruit than they can obtain from any other source,

Appearance In the arms of a fond I section of Florida Is Just beginningto but we have been able TO TAKE THE FRUIT WHEN IT WAS
the market at the rate I
come on
Utothe l-feeding time Monday I
boxes weekly but READY TO SHIP.
morning at the DuMond Tropical ;of some 3,500
i not affording sufficient court -
Is yet
Jungle on Hslnlln drive, reports
Conway Alters, caretaker of' the I I I petition to affect seriously the demand Should we have a blow, arrangements ALREADY HAVE
jingle in the absence of Mr. and for the Redland District BEEN MADE\ to take mature serviceable Persian Limes storm

Mrs. Joseph looking DuMond for new specimens who antwsy : product. damaged from all members at a minimum price of $1.26 per bushel

for their caged menagerie. net to the grower delivered at the packing house.
:Th_ baby who arrived some lime !
Sunday night la the latest of K'wtal \- HOME COOKING We are now in the process of negotiating a deal with the na-

that have been born Into the and chains in do have bad blow this
tfljo of liberated monkeys who tional food drug case we a

n live la. the trees of the DuMond Served Family Styleat year, to take over our ENTIRE MEMBER VOLUME of Number

mangle One Avocados and Persian Limes. And the more members we

.. .. theSeminole
have, the better deal we can make. But, In event of a storm, we

I Hotelvmmg thai not be able to buy,sell or ship fruit from non-members, and, in

II I 'I order to make preliminary estimates we must have our member-

.l, I ship list complete by August first Consequently, NO NEW MEMBERS -
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!I 181 i! Board of Directors decides that the danger of a hurricane is past.

1 I I GUSSIE JOINER JOIN NOW, and enjoy top prices for your fruit and leave it to

: I ProprietorEat : us TO PROTECT YOU in case of a blow. ; ,


Careful checking and thorough I all you want-the I ,,:
ittention MuUaaptction which" price stays the same I, ,
''d w* Insist upon in every case I .
jives you the dependable COBicientlous I (
I Service you want W< I 50c 75c $1.00 !
tiyeeia'teryanir.patronage end I BOARD OF DIRECTORS
werkmiw-that Its continuance II
' lepends upon our ability to .

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THE LEADER-ENTERFRISE 1 FROM OUR MAIL BOX : Mrs.Vacation Chandler. Bible Heads School !

IMWUshea' Friday al Uome- __ -.--..--......-----..-. --. -- 74, LJtfle
.... Fla. hy Ik* Seatk, Dub A FLEA FOR THE ROYAL thins tree in all ef Florida but In A two-week dally waatlon Bible .

hbUahllll c. I II I I'OINCIAI'CAI the tropic world and except within school Palm started Methodist Monday Church in the under Silver ,, BirdTold '
a small radius here in southern
BEN ARCHER ___ Editor Editor I Uadpr-XnterpriM: Florida, it I* not to be found any the sponsorship *f the Sunday ''r
MARJOtK LEACH AZCIiERAaseelaia i Our South Dade Garden Clufche I whose alee In the United Stout. Do ",hoot and the Woman's Missionary Use

._,. ._ Editor: been asked to publish the, you realise whet that means Society The enrollment I II approximately __ t\
I following appeal made by Mrs, What an eppwMunity for attnotrng IhU,. I .1 JCata
I Mrs. A. L. Chandler la the dean I.
Robert O. Lassiter president i
a--.. a* *cooed alas. anal summer visitors the Rev. T. H. Norton -that the young man of th* saint' '
the Miami Beach Garden Club, fa The pastor, '
matter March C. Ilt at the |MtTOce "Th tree grows to perfectionIn la being assisted In the boys' work 111 sounding real name it now' ,:
at tUamtmd Flwlda...." South Florida garden flub: ., Honolulu and .. greatly U its by Donald Lair. The other mulish over the bom d* ru*| .
1M act .< Mania S. 1171. that you have eeen been unfolded umbrellas Incomparable beauty appreciated l teachers are: Mrs J. L. Fletcher, i to which he bad ho objections whety* '
then that a festival 1* held 4n Its lit wed bestowed on him (for |
on South Miami avenue? If not III t Mrs. C. ft. Cuttcrtdg, Mrs, H. ft. Mj
EVIL PUCB. |tM A TEAK which visitors from **
honor Whitworth. Miss reason It all) some months ago
while Cora, Mrs. C. P.
I It worth your to put down ,:
of th world.
all ,
parts MM
and Miss Vera
Margaret Delaney
everything you are doing and make "
The Row the Editor Hoes a special trip to *ee them. Over "Portland hat Its roses, Washington Fletcher -that the public address system* ,'
there the royal polnctana are in its cherry trees, and The school will close July 23 at the local diamond 1 bell garnet" I
I son confident thai all newspaper bloom Charleston" has Ite magnolia* and with program exhibit and picnic Is too good now-people UVlr'l"VIft"' ']

editors will go to heaven I "DrIve down South Miami avenue asellas, but the beauty of all these dinner on the outskirts of town can sit \'f<'
No matter how eloquently! the : and view these brilliant tree could be eclipsed South FloridaIn All are Invited to bring a picnic their front porches and follow "
editor may booJt tot the develop 'See how the sun filter through royal poinciana time! lunch and to Join Inh.. day's games play by play

ment and progress of his community them making even the grass beneath "Will' not your organization joinin events, says Mrs Chandler.TO .
4 no>> matter how diligently he a carpet ef flame Catch a movement to plant royal poin- em-WORK EXAM Florida's total area Is 58,8(18'
Labor to build hit home HOLD :
may up the enthusiasm .f your poet laureate clones lit every suitable space in square miles-total land area ofj,
Written examination for the
matter how he *
county no loyally
when she exclaims: your town or suburb Not only '.,au square miles and a total I
supports a friend In politics, ex- position of case worker for the district -
should street and avenues and water of 8,803
area square miles;
toll the virtues of a famous native 'Polnclana tree of flame public parks be planted, but private welfare board will be held at I':
ore stretches the truth to praise Dancing on your rooted toe, the office of the board, 31, N. E.
citizen should be asked to :
n local prlma-donna-to-be, or Lib the wind your glory came First street, Miami, on Saturday, The Sunshine State has moray'than
them in their gardens thus *
gently lays a metaphorical wreath Like the wind your glory fort. making the entire South Florida July S4, Curtis R. Lee, member a thousand miles of eoaitJ'line :-'.+'..
on the grave of the departed he from South Dade, said yesterday, : ; Its elevation varies from tide*.. } < I II
'Butterflies in petal Clothes area a place + seldom hears a "Thank you." to fill an existing .ney. I more abov.'I '
Rarely doer anyone say, "Well Poinciana tree of flame; berant beauty during our summer Application blanks for the examination'lnay I sea level, states the State Chamber,',
don .' Almost never doe he Haunt a dozen shades of rote, month b* obtained from of Commerce. I
hear, "We appreciated that But Heedless of the heart' declaim "Th attention of the world Is the district office in Miami, Mr. ;

let him make a slip .-W, KarleDy 'Mo M must have known the urn centered her during the winter Lee said. The northern koundfy of Floridit/!\
for IU charm are well
Rotarian season Is than 200 mile south of
in the Magazine. more .
Burning bough our wonder known and visitors Ire coming hereIn
Mr. WebeterBobble California' southern boundry according .
knows Increasing numbers at this time : "Daddy, *hat'* the to the Florida State Chambf 10'
Do It Today- Poinciana tree of film*
each But when the royal '
I year. meaning of d* lux? of Commerce.
Wooed by every wind that poinciana blooms and 'ten thousand "
Daddy: "You about 80 percent
II have Ink pay
you a blows.
That ought to be done None could spook of you la prose-, summer candles lean lighted against lit the a name burningsky of I more for de looks."-E*. I For -tint--- elan lab printing call *-.. .

But don'l tee the way Like a song your very name ,' then Indeed will South FlorIda (,
Ort on with the work. Flowing like river flows com into Its owns!
Don'l grumble or shirk, Polnclana, tree of flamer! ;
Louis Llnsley Shepherd
Do It today.
"'T i royal poinolana I 111 not only (Mrs R. J. Shepherd). EI",

The bill that you owe the most 10I'J1Oue-tht'' most bra, North Haven, Conn.We .

And daily forego, *
But know you ihould pay
Promptly clear off the debt

Before you forget,
Do II today, '' ...
1':. (gervice that adds :. ';
The kindness you'd do .t .rROUATOR
It you only had time, ,
But limply delay, Comfort to Your Home I :

Resolve not to wait I0WVON

Until Iff too late, .
Do it today. During these hot summer days, the time yott lean with a "

telephone to aid In settling daily problem may be the difference :

The Optimistic word of and good clear.cheer Iwtweea day list worries year bcrre tote a frasil,-and a day SALE

You think you would My, that includes the time) you used for relaxation !

A Olve tuuid-ahak a greeting and worthwhile.smile Then are sa iu.,r details In "running household :An extra dI

DO IT TODAY! loaf of bread from the grocer--a six o'clock order at (lot cream

Crtnvllle, Kleiner. from the drugstore.an1 to on, And with a telephone to>> run IttrftleflATOR AWROaUiLT WAtHDI
I Mew Morg ileuJbJ interior asThe washer with Autobuttt TraiK r
jour errands,may concert of die day are easily disposed *f. I
Florida U beginning to be known rangesMDte girt yw 9 different IIIon-&pw.SJ. Pressure-h, 1
114 "The Air-conditioned State Of eeurse, vied everyone I* familiar with case vain of telephone Utertof .1U'1.tl. Famous elkatar Wringer-f atW-W fcb L'. I

because of her lilt water and service, but if you are trying to get along without a telephone ,It uric* mechanism era further. AtI.-odMrllllh.. c,'

ocean breezes which warm the you may b* surprised and pleased, to lame how llhle It impre..edt fastaew ;a
state In winter and tool It to
KMr, the florid Sttta Chamber oft ClOth to hate a telephone) fa your home, tft/Ptl td"tJ.r1

Conunerc decline :All you Md M At h ID ask My telephone traploy tr get ti

fa touch with the telephone Business Ofte. Order yout tele-. CONCENTRATOR RANG DMTROL HWMSI ,i

Two exhibit palaces lot the 1139 New,Improved 'control and Beat speed and undo
phone today and add Comfort and protection to your home. oven pressure ?;
Oolden Gate Inlern.tlOnalltxpoal.
top burhal bate there ranges eves accurate Control 2&np2i/W openmere ,
WI of construction
are permanent ;
be to, tfftdsnt MoaomkaL: scion A k rata dame strobes ,:
their doorways may enlarged Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.
a Center height of 19 feet to acconu
modal huge airplane when the leeeeaetedi
palace become airport hangar! 10-TILAR .a
i after the Fair I WASRAlmCMOs


I Don't Neglect Summer

J I Fertilizing' Ono '

; Don't neglect the summer fertilizing of your grove.We r --,]sI '

,carry mixtures lor avocados, citrus, limes and other i 1.

fruits Groves should be the.next
tropical sprayed during I -rse ;

; three months to" insure clean,,bright fruit. ,Don't tUC IUUTO* COWPMtMK'3'ee..,.er smut M ArpUMOt'FetoNLY lII, AND ANY '

\ : J wait, Do it now. ., tr""7 + t' I ....t..ee"IV ONe MWM ttffH&ft .. .

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Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. I I
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t. '..' Friday July 16, 1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPR

C.. where she had spent a mon
Her ,sister Mn Carl Linda !fr
I whom she accompanied remains t

: In and JLroundHomestead I for a r longer stay-

Mr and Mn. H. L Cook. then I I.Ieee. rIIP'. t SqY,, Srt
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i Mill Ellen Huff and then
! t : I nephew, Billy Clark left yesterday ;
,;, .11 r.Clarence :
'! ,. 'OJ : + ,.. for Wlnston-Salem N. C x
'. I where they will spend the net of,
googol010 the summer

will leave Ca, to visit Mrs. Stuardi
J. Parman rela I
W. K. Walton left Tuesday j
it Sunday tot New York. PhiladelphU -I tives. They plan to be gene about HandenonvUle, N. C. where
I s and other eastern fruit market three weeks. I
will join Mn Walton who
l' .nter.. Later he will loin Mrs. been there for t month
Toledo 0., and together Mr. and Mn Frank Webb and
L Farman In .
plan to remain the rest of I Imer tb
k they will make an automobile Mr. Webbl sister, Miss Margaret .
# trip through title of the Middle Webb, .returned Monday from a

West and the Pacific Coast four-day boat trip to Havana. Prut Rue son ol Mr.

They expect to return to Homestead Frank B. Rue, Is la the 1
in shoat four weeks Bob Flndley and Dewey Arnold sate hospital recovering
of Greenville, S. C., who are visitIng for
emergency operation
I Or and Mrs.Lloyd Shanklin left Mr. and Mn W. E. Rheney, performed Thursday icttla

Wednesday for a two or three- returned yesterday from a three- last week.
month lecture tour In Jacksonville,, day plane trip to Havana.

Atlanta, Asheville, Washington, D. Mr. and Mra. E. A.
C. Philadelphia and other cltlet Miss Shirley Johnson of Wrights son, Tom. left this week
vllle, QaM arrived Monday to spend ifornia where they will vl
several weeks with her uncle and
4 Chas. Pratt sailed from New Carter's sister
York Friday for a two-month visit aunt Mr. and Mrs Howard John.
u In London with his brotherinlawand son. Mr. C. M. Barrow and soil

sister! Mr. and Mn Wm. eel, returned Tuesday
Ted Oldendorf and his mother, 0.. where J
Pratt who pent the winter in Thomasvllle, .
Mrs G R. Oldendorf, will leave
Redland.A Barrow spent a month and Ans;
today by automobile for a two- two weeks
daughter weighing six and week vacation trip to Cleveland to 17 .

three-fourths pounds was born to see the Great Lakes Expositionand Mr, and Mrs. Basil Bugg of Kendall hospital since last week.
Mr and Mrs. S. T. Gordy in the to visit Mrs. Oldendorfs two Plant City spent Wednesday in Miss Joan Ore ."
Post Graduate hospital yesterday IOn -tn.laW and daughters Mr Homestead on business eonnected Mn Tracy Chlnnen and daughter spent the week-en<
She has been named Martha Anna and Mn It. L Charvat and Mr. with the Kilgore! Seed Co. Thelmas spent Sunday with I mother, Mrs. O W, Mo
"' and Mn Harry Grader. Mr and Mrs. Robert Shelley in
Mrs Frank L, Skid and daughter Mn Maldle Butler who has been Coconut Grove. I R. C Jackson returned to .
: Miss Elizabeth left Monde Mr. and Nra'"i'i: 'L.Lawrence and visiting Mr. and Mn t. E. Atkinson work at Pigeon Ks/ Monday after
i, to spend six l weeks visiting friends son, Wayne, left Sunday for Damascus at Royal Palm State Park left Mrt Guests Joiner has been ill spending a week with his family
da. where Mn. Lawrencewill this ....Ic. here
and relatives Washington I). C. Tuesday for Madison,
{ visit relatives for a month.
'Mr. and Mn.Joe; M.Scarboroughertertatrled' Mr. Lawrence will return during Mn A. O Cain 'and her niece, FLORIDA Albert Simmons of Nafanjs ll
spending 1 few weeks with R. C.
:: Constable Scar- the week-end Mrs Jack Wilkenon Of Mount
the. ere W. tevcry, CorreiieadMt:
bctaugh'ri'fellow of the here Jackson at Pigeon Key
e members Dora who la visiting returned '
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Palmetto'p'i.tol.:: Club of Coral Mr, and Mn Andy Terberg and Friday from a one-week trip to If
Cables"'over the Week-end. ThgiMjdtt children returned Friday from Fort Myers. Mrs Wilkerson's Mr. and Mn Harry healer of

jveri Pr E. 3 Maberry and Edison, Oa; where Mrs, Terberg brother, Fletcher} Bryant, and Miss flttoburg, PaM who formerly lived GROVETHEATRE
11 Mr. Barwald of Miami and Clement and the children had spent the part Virginia Hodge went to Fort In Florida City, announce the
t Theed, Jack Stiles and Timothy month and Mr. Terberg had spenta Myen to bring them hem rlage of their daughter. M.r-I
Stiles of Coconut Grove. week. Catherine Defiler to Charles
M.... Walter House; and daughter rick Barker of Clarksburg W. VaIn .,I COCONUT QUOTE:
Mr and Mrs L K Bishop ands Mr. and Mrs. C W. Sweet and Joan Homestead Wed. pot .
returned to Oakland Md., July I Mr Shows 1 and I ( al Ada lie
sons Labon, Clinton and Harry,, family will return tomorrow from nesday night from Tltusvllle Where and M.... Barker will make their Mallnee Saturday end SaMUylee
I,; returned Saturday from a month ClearWater where they have been they spent two weeks with Mrs- home in Pittsburg where Mr. Ban to .. m.
I vacation 'pent Jl to Cleveland. 0., spending weeks with relatives. House parents ker la employed by the Kreis Auto
with relatives :sand friends During Mt. Sweet's absence, the Company. Sat, July IT elf
local branch of the Kilgore Seed C. M. Al1en-r-"tur"necl to Homestead f Chaa. Btarrett U
Five young people from the Sacred Co has been directed by J. Lee Wednesday from Tifton. Ga., Mi and Jam. Boney of Atlanta "CODE OF THE: RANGE
: : Heart Church Rita, Helen Smith who with Mn Smith and and other points where be visitedfor spent Tuesday and Wednesday -
and Leonard Dent, Marlon Edmonds their small son, J. Lee, Jr., moved six weeks. In Florida City and were ac- San, Mon., Toes., July II, II, SI

., and Douglas Barcus. are here from Plant City two weeks companied north by Mn Boney's BLOND GETS MAN I
; spending( two week at tine nw ago. Mr. and Mrs: Harold Oxford uncle Joe Scales, who will spend
camp at Ocala recently opened by who have been spending several two months In Atlanta '
the. National Council ot Cathelo Constable and Mrs J. M. Scarborough weeks In Jacksonville, returned "
f Women. .- *.- attended the (totewidepistol Tuesday Word was received front Camilla
.:.:tMr tournament held! In Miami Oa, that Mn J. H. Dixon suffered
and Mrs. Charles bearing from Monday to Thursday under Mn Leo Jhop, her sister, several broken ribs in a fall 1 -e 11111 IIU'
,+ and two.daughter, Louise and the au-ploas of the Miami Pistol Mrs. Pauline McConnell and niece! last week. I ,- JOIN Ims
: Mary mien".: ;plan to leave Satur Club. Miss Anne McConnell left Tues -- I
day..* spend.* month visiting day for Wilmington N. C., to beat Roy Chandler is enjoying his I Wtd Than. Jail II. I*
t' frlMdt-Mt TelatlVM In Aftadla, Mr. and Mrs'M.Wilier left Tue. the bedside of the mother of Annual vacation. BORIS

w JsekeaBvdUavTifton! and Atlanta day fed Tampa where they spent Mrs. Bishop and Mrs. McDonnell, KAELOrr
the night "before fOln0 Dayton Mrs. Donald Underwood who ls Richard Mattson left Tuesday to to
Mri'' \f. .'itorne-;; and daughter, Beach Where they will attend a critically ill join his father and mother at THE MAN WHO unD

Miss Elisabeth, plan to Wave to- reunion 01 the West family. Mr Capo Sable AGAIN"

t. day tor a two-wee visit in Rich and Mn S. L. 'West, Mist Helen T. B. Grantham went borne Wed Mrs Ray Goading and ..... Joe
r!: mbrtd, Vi UN\. D ttrannan and West O. A. West. Miss Lucille nesday after e minor operation OollatU-heefc! and two thtldnra' Frt. Sat. Jtrfy S3. at

daughter, MM Mary Adam, will West Elbert West and Howard performed at the Poet Graduate left on Saturday (or Basalnger, "MOTOE MADNESS"

adcompenj them is far u Summit West win leave Saturday or Sunday hospital Sunday Fla. ,1.I't of news of the III- Wlta.
' S. C- and 1'p.1cthe return trig to attend the reunion, EMaJInd AOett
Joe and Jim Nesbltl had their nets of Mrs. Oooding's mother KEITH BROOK
wtthjhemjMr .
: tonsil removed at tht Post Graduate -
R. L .IIerarne4 Wednesday Mr and w'Ai": Lewis returned Final Chatter
and Mr, N. Li. Btuardl and hospital yesterday. "
milt OamMville Where he last week from a visit ofseveral "SECRET AGENT X.

Pal two daughters Geraldine and Peg spent fifteen days with relative Miss Iva Dyal has gone &1tellday \ a weeks In the state of New,
gy, left Monday for Mobile where
to Chicago with Ko k York.
trip *
Mrs Elizabeth Fuchs
they will visit Mr. stuardi moth- was
er; Mr. 1':. Stuardi who la soon to brought back Tuesday from the InghMn N. C, friends. Mr and Mrs.: B. J Branch and

celebrate her eighty-seventh birthday Victoria hospital la Miami where Mr. and Mrs.' "' R P. McDaniel Infant moved from HOllHteacl1a.t

From Mobile they Will go to she underwent I major operation moved Tuesday from the Berger Friday to the Fry cottage on North
BiloxL MUs., to Visit Mr Stuardi'i recently She la at the home of house In North Diamond Park to Broadway
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. "Q
the B. G Branch house on N. W.
Mrs. J. Dowling and to Columbus, and Mn T. t Faust. First avenue. Mr and Mrs.;, Hardin and 0
baby moved last week from the
Miss AUee-Hobson returned Mrs. Cora Daniels la III In bed Swanson house to*the Bilverman .
NOWONDC* Monday, from Hendersonvtne, N.er.r this week. cottage on Broadway
we mi THE
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Office Hero S a. *. to I n.
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ITOH'afOfcl IG08 IS TM LOWEST ."oW!(. Bank SattrtUyilVe ENJOY bpod.e'l wMMig a t ot'f el r her tod"

AHD' HKALlfUtK HENS .a.-- Building; ee.Ai.,1, a-ara..
fled the faaMaa FlT.-O-rKF eat* Parkfrtf Span .. -. "ehM4
,. rowed Sass _hell Mevtdhtf. to teeemus b ',eM .|.4J Steve ,totrin Office Hours 8 10-4:30 -do....... .VA Ww"rbs
Irffl .
IXUO-rer... Oatmeal to the 1T4 W. W. gf MIAMI memo ad 's.A.ed ..... ...
hUktitf_ gefifcftr.'tent ef grant .tX LJ... HonMteU 6>>-tnalHge by A.iw.eaITurner's wo** "1m ,-M AI'web 11004611101146ccc .

,, ad la BMre seellar than een er NtOp" a (OWHO'
wheat products,-nakia M ideal fat
... ..... ...
warm ell"' ..*. Ask for the FREE .
nIrO.: P r Sultry Bee*. J. T. TOMERLIN Jehu O. Dally real N. 41 IUO 10.... ..
Funeral Bese AMERICAN LEGION [;J--11.110 N tour life J"
V..e A... sea less
: fPR'Ol.fP UCTMIIO* TO .. c uvtrtt 14-HE AMBULANCE dana Steels lost &ad iklrd Wedateadar ..

freight DM, Wee*. Skavini. Lady Atteadaat 0. .. AnwrlcM Legion BUg. 0.s.. t a 1e",. ._
DUitrlbuUd trH5C1QR.SUPPLY .to, Haute told post Ames) Secth Kraal .tm..I,!.!. ,. N0te. 4.61L1.
Phone SI4-R Homestead, Fla.
Call 51J-K Hemeitoal Ave. Hotawatita4.ru. I --
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Friday July 16, 1937I


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was made this I DAtfMr:

I of the marriage of Walton E. ---

of Florida City and Miss Mr and M.... Charles A. Watson| Mrs. Jeatalyn White br Q-f.

\\\t Joyce Hawthorne of celebrated their golden wedding Ill., who visited them here for a
a Ca, at the home of thaprents
assisted In
entertaining tli*
Mr. and M... C. Ron anniversary Friday by keeping guests.
i June 27. open house for their friends from I .
Those who called were Mr. and
de li a graduate of Val- two o'clock till at their
eight .
Mrs. E. A. Froscher M.. and M...
L School and of the Crys- grave home on Roberts road.
Fred Fuchs, Mrs. Hilda Johnson,
f of Beauty Culture pf Gold tinted roses and gold tinted Mn. Luther Chandler' ,,.Mrj. .Geo.
B and tor two yean allamanda blossoms decorated the
M. Sonnlchsen, Mrs. D. L. Sterrett,
kanager of a beauty shop rooms, and gold colored candles Mrs. Elberta Bule. Mrs. R L Mills,

Ga furnished the light Cake and Mn. Fannie A. Shuler, Mn. W.
groom is a son of Mr. punch were served.
D. Bishop Mn. Carrie'A. Crow-
H. Dixon of Florida
t Mr. Watson is 78 yean of age son, Mrs Roselyn Becker, lol....
ttended the Home-
and Mn Watson, 72. They were J. M. Holcomb, Miss Betty Fetter -
i and for several )'eann.naet married In Moslertown Pa., and Miss Carrie Froscher Miss
of Dade Pack-
came here twentw yean ago from Barbara Ann Shuler, J. W. English
any of Florida City. Ohio. For nineteen yean they E. T. Murphy Bob Felts, Maurice .
to live in Florida City
.Ian have lived in the same house. White S. F. Matthews' M. D.
expected home next week. Their daughter, Mrs. Rusts I Yetter, C. T. Williams and A. W.

Cook of Miami and her daughter, Jones.
women of the Silver Palm MRS. CHARLES MARTIN GIVES Mn. James L. Bird, Misses Eula

Church spent July I at the homeof SHOWER FOR MRS. HARRISONMrs. end Letetla Campbell, Misses Grace I

b LIB 'RT Y KEBEKAH LODGE Mn. Harley R. Core The G. T. Harrison of Jackson and Helen Field and Misses Amy 'I

morning was spent In Bible class Miss. the former Min :Roberta and Dorothy: Home. I

work and the afternoon In mission Horne of Homestead, was given Those sending gifts wen: Mrs.C. .
ah Moon Installed the Mr Edna Strick.
was vice-grand, *
study, a shower by Mn. Charles Martinat H. Lawrence, Mrs. Carl Field,
rand of Liberty Rebekah land, past noble grand. A coveted dish luncheon was her home Friday afternoon. The Mn. J. L. Burton, Mrs. Dan Roberts

Fge of Homestead Monday night Other Installing offlcen wereMn. : served at noon. gifts which had been placed In a Mn. J. R. Byrum, 14.... Luther
"by Mrs. Ethel Vandecr of Coco Con Nlckerson. Mn. Alma
huge basket decorated In white Strickland Mra. J. J:. Clou. Mn.
nut Drove district deputy pres- Koppell, Mrs Lilla Kantrow, Mrs.Mary LADIES' AID SOCIETY and blue were brought into the Fred Redd Mrs. Fred Fuchs Mri.

IdenOther officers installed Brammer, Mn. Trolls Kennedy MEETS ON JULY II room on a little wagon by Mrs. C. T. Harper, and Mn. Byrd Ftttpitrlck. -
were Mn. Matilda Fox, vice- Mn. Mary Steart and Mn.Ethel The Ladies' Aid Society of the Martin's four-year-old niece, Joyce V
grand: Mn. Margaret Gay, warden Culm of Coconut Grove and Rcdland Community Church met Martin whose costume matched

; M.... Goldie Wolfe, conductress M.... Gertrude Capllnger of Home- at the church on July for a short the basket In color.
Mn. Anna rtead. .
; Messenmlth. business session. The next meeting
chaplain; Mn. Addle Mae Johns The staff escorts were Anita will be held at the home of I Cut flowers were used for dec- OF MRS. J. R. RUTLANDThe

musician; Mn. Flora Compton, left Stewart Elizabeth Weston, Laura Mrs. Anna Messenniith on July 21. oritlons. Assorted sandwicheswere negro was the topic of
supporter to the noble grand; Mn Culm and Barbara Hendry, also served.Mn study at the meeting of the Y. W.
Edith Bailey, right supporter to of Coconut Grove Harrison and Miss Helen A. at the home of the leader Mrs.J. .
The Calendar Field won prizes In contests. R Hutland, Tuesday night Miss

Othen present were Mrs. Pete Fern Robertson had charge of the
IX P. W. C. TO HOLD coon Hammock on July .. After a
Morgan Mrs. A. D. Mrs Others
July 20 Meeting of Woman's Smith program. taking part
SPECIAL MEETINGA picnic lunch games were played. Club of the Redlands. Russell Walker, Mrs. E. L. Knight, were Miss Alta Vann. Miss Ruth
pedal meeting: of the Home- Three going were: Mrs Ceo. W. July 20 W. M. a circle meet- Mrs. V. M. Grennell, Mn. Johnny Tower and Miss Lois Walker..
stead Business and Professional Turner Jr., Mrs. Bob Harris, Mn. ings. ; Walker, Mrs. Alice Morris, 1I \(.... Present also were* Missed. Katherine -

Women'i Club win be held Monday Herbert Turner and small son, St American Della Morgan Mrs. R. E. Caves, and Ellen Vann, HIM Elisabeth
afternoon at I:SO o'clock at Mrs. A. R. Meybem Mrs. B. O July Legion
Auxiliary luncheon meeting with I Mrs. Bob Biggers, Mrs. Lloyd Mcllwaln, Miss Lucille West.Miss ,
the Homestead swimming pool tomake Branch Misses Esther and Helen
Mn. M. A. Berger.July Field Mrs. Chesley Saunders, Mrs.A Helen West, Miss Virginia
arrangement for assisting Livingston Miss Anderson Miss 21 Tea'for Rebekehs C. Home, Mn. W. D. Home, Frick, Miss Eunice Walker and
In the registration of those apply Betty Jane Meybem, Joyce Walker home of M.-... Jos Gay. I Mrs. L. L. Field, Mn. Chat. Caws, Miss Virginia DorseyDI . .
Ing for old-age pensions Tuesday and Johnnie Lou and Sammy Harris.
July SI Presbyterian Auxiliary -
At this week'meeting the possibility .
of studying Spanish wu In meeting with. Mrs.. J. R. Hick- 7 U6 STORK/rJW *i .l w 6rjw
considered and also the advisability MR. AND MRS. LINDSAY son Naranjo.July
of renewing the lessons In better GIVE DINNER PARTY S3 Exhibit program and
of Silver Palm
picnic Methodist
speech. A committee Will appointed Twenty-four wen present at a
vacation Bible
to look for a club house dinner party given by Mr. and Mrs.
July S3 Sewing bee for Areme
site Tom Lindsay at the Log Tavern
Club at the home of Mra. Albert
Those who plan to go to the on July; S.Coven .
district meeting In West Palm were laid for Mr. and Meybem.
Beach on Aug. I and 7 were requested Mrs. J. H. Webster Mr. and Mrs. July 26 Meeting of Homestead
Business and Professional Women'iClub.
to make their reservations Q. R. Hall Mr*and Mn. H. P. Mc .

al the next meeting Daniel, Mr. and ).f.... J. R. Brooks,I .
July SI All day meeting of the
lJI'n. A. L. Chandler who recently Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb, Mr. and -
F. L. sir T. Club at clubhouse ofWom.n'
spent two yean la China will M... W. R. Bird, Mr. and Mn. Geo. 4
Club of Homertead.July .
tell the club of the business and N. Wnkefleld, Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
professional women of China at Faust Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Lehman !I S* Redland Ladles' Aid '50OOO *
meeting at home of Mra. Anna
this next meeting July 20, In Legion Mrs. W E. Rheney, Mrs.Howard Messenmith. Chocolate SyrupSERVED
hal at p. m. All who are Johnson c. J. Parman, A.1

interested are Invited to heat Mrs. F. Arthur and the boat and
I1.Yd.w 1n dA.lr w.w.
Chandler. hotteU.i SERVEL ,, r.. ......, g..s.s, 1
W. M. V CIRCLES scan s1 5..a on he..e'vw

MRS. FRED REDD An Interesting program on the dwiey et1 .r

Mn. Fred Redd wu given a negro was given Wednesday afternoon Electrolux ... t

birthday handkerchief shower by by W. M. U. Circle Two at

the Rain or Shine Club at a lunch the July meeting of all four circles I ON tY AT 3fectt& *OWMTAlNS

eon meeting In the Log Tavern (Continued on Page Seven) Runs on Kerosene
Friday Mrs. J. H. Webster and

Mr H. P. McDanlel were the hostesses (coal oil)

I utter Briton
ThoM present Included: Mn. Freezes dessert* lea cubes g LORD

Lee H. Lehman Mn. Frank L. .
Skill. Mr '''". J:. Rheney, NfL Protects food perfectly BALT>131HE TOOTH PASTE

Helen Hackter, Mn. Redd, Mn. \: Wo ,1 e: t Saves steps and work P eszzr..to GLIS r see
Webster and Mn. McDanieL ss
', Operates for few state a day gsgNYgLOtgg Q ArP'e ogCAY PANGS&
the genuineEUGENE altars
ARCMI cum HAS PICNIC .i Na dally attenlhm-Mo water

.. AT iTHESON HAMMOCK ) Permanent machinery_ to wear

liven Thirteen by the attended Areme Club the at Math-picnic tl+:G'sotlas ..a.w ..bandbe Now you can live miles from the $oeris FLT %,jLLBAgpJt

.. % bri g Mrb_eWt W gas mains and power lines, :yet 111L

,s pHM. ...e'I "uwamqaes still enjoy the pleasures and N tDgsgeto

DR. & F. e. eW U4 we. live, savings of modern city refrigeration
STEItBlNSRegistered. dos ....... ....... SemI Electrolux, the Actdd K inNT eeeKite':
Optometrist 'I wlrb grwaiae lemma. Kerosene Refrigerator duplicates 1 N.atnll.a Flies .wd

IS TEARS' ,......;Lew"ens'loveheir In all important ways the 1
I '
Practice to Homestead for it SMwe'wfca mfWU famous Gas Refrigerator which

Room I and T I r..aalarlea. dad a.- has been the-choice for hundreds
Arcade hag f thousands of fine homes.
McCrory +a+ 4'V1tVBHSh' of city

MAIN Saturday OFFICE_ _Hours.___ 7.30: to 10 p. IlL I ; Barber Shop Own tt e* easy Purchase pUa I DIXIE DRUGHomestead .::::::.

Mil W. Flatter Miami FU.W. & Beauty Parlor J. W. MAG1NNIS Florida.

rMl..Jusa.un I Branch Manager II. MING KO, .DRUG

L W. gtebbloa, Associate KM IJIlla Brews. Operator SeS N. Krause Are.

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July 16, 1007 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Paste Seven t. ,1..

DIUmmrnmnnnrmllllllllllllllllllmlO! l l ehibroom: and Mrs Carlson opened '
the meeting by getting the en-I SERMON TOI'ICS 1 1I'

Nllnwnt..4.ti* Grady took charge I

' Years Agoi1111111lIliliIIIIiIII1i11IIIIIiIIIIIlIU .*jd j.'irjm inf{
and th* record*. '1.1 ly Morning KtroMN.

Officers elected are: Lou Bell I by Mr.' C N. Walker evenIng RATSPlrst Insertion 10< a bile; subsequent hsaartlop

lilill OnnniU president Julia Franc sermon by the Rev. E. L. S< a line

"TG""t.1f.Wlili'home are cuts var.betka Sullivan vIotpretldeaKttherlne Ne......
I... flue at tile ..-" I
Rst..erte established .... IL toll Orfanedes, secretary; and Anna.I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Cifl'RCIIJuly I FOR RENT 1 1I SEE a C. MURPHY about beau-
w the a..eh PL./de Sooner an& bell Redd, song leader. : tiful gas range without down! .
_.... 0.. If. 155, with the Soo.alasLeader II Lfna-acrm 1 I
Tour good reasons to stay with FOR RENT Modern 4-room payment McCrory Arcade. '
subject: 'LitSOCIAL*. .
the 4-H work were read by Katherine I I furnished apt, clean, cool. Mrs
July 12. 1W Orfanedes and the 4-H creed, H" "_ ,. Eva Collins, Federal highway j 110 ACRES pine land 860 feet front-

by Goaldla Grennell. and Biscayne drive. (jn 18tf) age on south side Epmor drive.
-"A charming wedding was
very I I adjoining Seaboard railway; $90 A
1 mad follows
Assignments were as

celebrated In Coconut Grove but ... RENT Modern 4-room'' A. Homestead
I I' per acr* H. Cameron
to next
Bring meeting glass
night at even thirty when Miss apt Mrs. Peter Johnson, 307 W. I III i iUth t Phone 11 (]a 4 U).
Eva Ozann and the Rev. Harley and saucer along with needles,j'I Continued From Pap Six) SI (jnlt tt>

Ridpath Core were married at the thread, thimble pins, ruler, pencil In this First Baptist Church. Mra./ FOR SALE,- Tropical plant, citrus -

home of the bride' parent The and paper. Bring also decorations! T. E. Kirby. leader of the / HOUSE: IN FLORIDA CITY. for I I tree and tropical fruit In ,

Revs H. H. Jones of Miami performed for the envelope which w* will : gave an Introductory talk; II rent by year. Furnished or unfurnished season. Jungle Grove, Redlnnrl !

the ceremony. The house carry our material In. Bert Andrews told of his Mra.\\ Inquire Leader-En I II road and Plummer drlv

wag beautifully decorated with Virginia Kelly and Katherine: environment and his : terprise.t ,I

pink roles and pink hibiscus and Orfanedes will be hostesses next! tics; Mrs B. F Collier offered I; R I. RED FRYERS' -Uv* or dress

much greenery. The bride was time.We prayer; Mia Elisabeth Schati gavel II i t FOR SALE I ed. Free dcllveiy In city. Phone

lovely'in soft white marquisette adjourned with the pledge.1' negro reading; Mrs. Wm. M. S3S-M McEweo Poultry Plnnt
Girls present were: Julia France John told of negro's contributionto | FOR SALE Large refrigerator.
and whit filet lace with a wonderful _
!FRYERS Reds rock or while
II I Reasonable price. Royal Palm ;
bouquet of orange blossoms Sullivan Annabell Redd, Teresa society; Mrs. Julia Polk sang
alive' dressed. B
I Grantham
Stat Park. (pjy23)
Redd Barbara Miller. Milfred Low
a negro spiritual, "Swing
which bloomed late on .
I Homestead, Fl (14 U)
Ozanne, the bride's brother, Severy, Fay Skinner, Virginia Kel- Sweet CharloJ," and Mrs. Jas. T. BARRED ROCK breeding stock. I *

Is the naval ly, Katherine Kelly, Grletge Ter- Vann told of home mission i
who in reserve at Key | Prize winners. 1 pen ot Bishops, i MISCELLANEOUS
burg, Mary Radford, Virginia Kin. the and of the; .
West, was at home on I furlough among negroes 1 1 pen of Parks, also White Leghorn I
of a week for the wedding. Thebrtdr nee, Gloaldla Grennell, Fern Robertson church': Nigerian mission. i{ pullet. "REEl If exam add causes you
tied been teacher In Lou Belle Grennell and Mrs. Ora Fraxeur gave the davotlonal -! stomach ulcer indigestion -
I the I POULTRY EQUIPMENT. Battery I gat pains,
I high tctfocl for four years Ml and Katherine Orfanedes. The others and Mrs. Polk made th*, brooders to accommodate 1000i heartburn belching

Mrs. Corf'will be at home after present were Mrs. Fredd Redd, Is closing prayer "Nothing Between,"i chickens. Alto S movable poultry \ bloating' nausea, get free sample

the Mndjpf July In their new homeat Mrs. W. W. Severy, Mrs Carlson' hymn written by a negro wa houses In excellent condition doctor: r..riptlon. Udga, at

Homestend" -Mlaml Herald." i and Miss Grady. sung before the program. Mr*.I Fla. type, with metal roofs. Will : Dixie Drug. (pm7-jya3)
Tom Vann first vicepresider'presided R
i '' accommodate 100 hens eaenII .
'Little Rose Tower 'I
": youngest i
'Rev. J. Richards Talks during the business session. PIANO TUNING and rtoalrlng
daughter of Dr. J. B. Tower, was I
I Mrs Howard Johnson Good used piaao for sr.e cheap ,
seriously.'UHs, ,, t,,.week, and 'was At Lions 'Club Meeting played the accompaniments. I I condition. W. E. Koon. Ill N W. Sid St.
I Mrs. Alice Simons R. F. D. Box
take to.Miami for an operation. Present besides those named

She .!soon Improved however, and I The Rev. J. J. Richards, pastor were Mrs. Frank Irwin Mrs C. O.I 805, corner Silver Palm drive WANTEDWANT
an operation was found unnecessary of. Homestead Methodist Church, Robertson Mr*. Gw West, Mrs. I and Richard road. Urlllt) ,

. who transferred here recently TO RENT furnished
I S. L. West Mrs. Jas. Gilmer, Mrs(POTATO LAND 10 acres only y
I -"A few of the numerous friendsof from Arcadia, was the principal Chesley Saunders, Mrs. A. D. Soil depth, :J ft to 4 ft. $125 per house by year. Inquire at Lead

Othella Fuchs discovered that speaker at the regular session of Smith, Mrs Catherine Pickard, | acre. H. A. Cameron. er-Enterprise office. f

Tuesday was the anniversary of her, the Redland District Lions Clubat I Mr*. T. D. Piche, Mrs. H. C. Reed I;.11..... I* Pa** Coaal*. flM-M' Wall : !\
the Silver Palm clubhouse Tues 4-ROOM HOUSE and lot, out of I rat 1\ -
birth and pn th* afternoon of that and Mrs. Annie Butler. loots Blroa S. CMtlllaa Court ,'
... 1 If. I la. CM af Ml.ml. I \
day. Mr. Richards' subject was town. $500.00 cash. H. A. Cameron I mo
day called at her home near townto Couno> ai Dart. Slat of Florida "i I
wish tier many happy returns of "The Importance of Service. MRS. MESSERSMITH (jnll tf) ': ttJ'Id' li mm It ot MM MW"y under ) /;
C le.a (sand a tow .
was raw.
In the of President Geo I'
the day. A time of music absence IS F. I. T. HOSTESS "
merry I IRooM tram house, new shingle I of v. ....... Values MM Ortlftoat I "
and.talking wit enjoyed. Refreshments I H. Cooper,' who with a number of Mrs. Anna Messersmlth was hostess hill at rooi'rmnl aoiordlac to I... ... :,
i root, all city Improvements; Vi aoxl will lain kMu. .. the ItO aafaf ''Sd
the leading members of the club, Is i r
consisting of sandwiches I at k F L. and T. Club pot Jar A. D 1UT 1 ':
acre ground, 38 bearing avocados. PI'Sna.ei
like and punch were served. Those en route to the Lions International lurk luncheon at the home of her ( ibis 11t% day of Jill.. A. It IM7 I IL '
of miscellaneous
I It limes, variety .. LKATHrRMANOrt
present>werei jMesdames H. L. convention In Chicago the meeting sister, Mrs. Clna Stewart, on Red.- of UrmH C.m.I.Dd. n
fruits price $1800. t
Cooks D. M.' Roberta,. Roy Flora,I was presided Over by Harley land road Wednesday. An all d'yi-. terms cash bal to C unt ffcwio ,'I
Can sell on $700 Circuit c..nt NMI.
Core -vice-president.
SantrMcKimteryr James Fitzpatrick meeting for July 28 In the Woman'sClub $30 month. This la out IIr M. Q, ITItIIIETT O. 0
Wj H. Vann and Mrs. Davis The Rev. T. p. Norton new pastor of Homestead clubhouse was ance per I .
". of Silver Palm Church sang a : of the city. An excellent pur- (Tort.. No. I"". Resume DMrlrt M*. .. \
; I Plant made
of Miami. discussed were for'I .
tf Wallet of .d/l".1 the rtnt \
ch.... H. A. Cameron. jnll ) rt..f.'I
solo Mrs. W. M. I
.tJU accompanied by a tea to be given at the home of Bank of HoiMoteo la the auto of
.. ... Johns. OtherlUll" Included *a at One .(.. ., business, .. JOB* IIt.
+- y Mrs Jo*. Gay on July 21 for mom- 20 ACRES, of which S acres are Itsr. IP. I."" M UMiaM U raH I'
p AND F. F. F. Miss Beulah Shields and Miss1 Helen ben of the Rebekah lodge and their: glade, balance J pin land. About == or C..rtr*sow of the Cnrrarr I i
Wilson of New York, who friends. BorllM Mil. U. Review (Ha* ; I
275 neglected trees-grapefruit, .kio.UaM.
-wIlUa Baxley i \
were Introduced by Lion J:. H. Present were: Mrs E. S. Ctp-: orange and tangerine*--can be A.,0.

Gallaher; C. W. Hawley of Red- linger, Mra. E. E. Bailey, Mr. Harry I reclaimed. 1150. Can make UsI'.d 14 BUM IMMM.Otnr.nwM okll.ratlam. .I *S,.IT H I I

55emSe/i of the Redland land, and :Miss Ruth Oweas and Wolfe, Mrs Matilda Fox, some term alrott ..*/- folly !

"|';irrrer Chapter held their J E. Close of Homestead. Mrs. Ralph' Moon, Mr. Flora Phone 73 IL A. CAMERON Other susnntwd koMi Mock_., .*4. _.iiriBnlria IT.IN.T* I''

Iur ,.meeting last Monday night Compton, Mr*. PacetU and Mrs. ; '' n. *t.M> { )

40,4.me first meeting to be Chevrolet.Turns Out Mesaersmlth. i fistulas> knows, violation. and ilotsttll.lM.H I

td,'to their flew clubhouse.tbefnctloi Its 13 Millionth Car : Buy a Home arv soak r...... .(team"bank i I

.was opened with Negro Committed Here I Buy Grove Land Ce-h Mrttw will. bank. I
I ....: :::.
i .,,Wgularpe ing ceremony.. Mr. Detroit, July 15 Another milestone For Murder Last MonthI Glade LandIt estimation. .. ",.'" 14 j
pfley','wa* .Wrdially thanked for In industry was reached I Buy Other A..a .._1.710.11 I I

(,It.t1o,the!: )chapter- new five Wednesday, when the U-mllllonth ,I The arm of the 'law proved too I iii my firm belief that higher ToW.t_ ... SDMISttlLl {: ;

jryhre*_foot flag. After this Chevrolet rolled off the assemblyline long for Willie H. Williams, Silver price are Imminent. .kllltw>

f urther.: business was attended to, In the Flint plant of the Chevrolet Palm negro, who 'was committed Don't qulbbl about price. 14. Damns iWomlt. of I.HIUm -
t .i&I'the members practiced par- Division, General Motors to the county Jail Wednesday Don't wait. ,oralloM\., p.rtn_hliM. Bad ago

1 BBientary, procedure for art hour. Corporation. I night by Peace Justice S. L. Kendrick Bay now ter 'ilw 4woM."of; ;indlrlds,5eM.411aMnhiaa

After the meeting cake, ice cream In spit of Interrupted production to await action by the grandJury Teu'll thank me for this suggestion .b. and Mrporatlooi 4tf*.,.tl 1

e id, t6pipto'ghee were served.Plrentueata'present Chevrolet's 13th millionth on a first degree murder a few month hence. tod.e po.f.a.wants, and maa.. ...I I

wereMr.; : ear 'was produced In a period *! charge. II. A. Cameron ,,. HSitW .MM OoWoi MttSMkM i I !

ahd >IrsT Lair, Mrs. Campbell, Just two,days more than 11 months After the fatal shooting of and |MB al to:4>oo>lt.. la. ".DM M I
Mr. GrunwelU- Mr Reeley, Mr. the second shortest million-unit ;Charles Ford another negro, at I'.n"h' '

i:Q-awshaw Mr. Thompson and period In the company' history. I Black Point in brawl on the night,j LEGAL NOnCE ..... oMMawdliui ll.mjl I
Total .f 1a II rxclwlvllof
It r.,Baxley. Officials stated that the demandfor 'of June 6, William managed to. ( ) tea" I :

The members present 'were: Don the 1937 models has exceeded elude local officer for nearly 30 NOTICE Of .APPI.lf'4TIOJlf FOR TAX ......InaM...*nor .to,".... 1

Lair Larry Holt, Warren Wood anything; heretofore known, and I days, during which the law enforcement fib Dulls N.. SdSlINotfao ( oininrl kfKloaV

Willis B.stey, Richard Crawshaw that but for the frequent Interruptions agencies of two states, U hereby Ilvrn that ) A WOHM. ( > ... of Maws loan
Aliflrf ot output sine Jan. I, his trail. William was hold. as as lNro of City I'i.II''Jl.fl' s .
Prothero Billy Campbell I were on TCartfont.. Numbered ; I mr.a ".In f1f"

Walter Thompson George Grun- production and workers' wages (finally traced to his former home listed the /tit day "r loti,. A. n.I I Nollie.. M.fllll'l

well and Mr. M. A. Baker would have shattered all previous In Blackshear, Ga, where he was I lots> 1..l.4 hr filed. mutt new mwllntlaii fertlffeuvi for hi ta mi*offto mllo IMMflu" ,......

records and the present milestone arrested by Sheriff Monroe Carter! U freed tkwwm In Kern****:with Cnlml Moomli&urw ;
0 would hive been reached from Ml i I NW Cwtlflaatr .win.. 6d.I sere IMSMUM.
J. M. iw.wwt.iw.n
} and held until .
snow. ..... oar
,. .1. I. Dad.t
j dwernsd """ rt .
4-n SUMMER CLUBBy to 90 days earlier.Edward. I'Scarborough made the trip to I Cowl*, rim wo. to-wH t t iia, AO
Blackshear last week and brought Ut I, Slash I. Maryland, rIM\ Mete VaMvhM .rutllo..
1 Katherine Orfaned11 I IS, rw S, I. the n( Ml.ml. cans. .
eeraaw.arw.a.u.woa.n.aw..r .CIJ M
I the negro back to Homestead.I lr *t 0.d.. .. rkrM M m. Total Capitol Arewnl .1 10.11015
\ I Stiling I Noeed In Ofttflnrt II. IMS TktnUtoM
"'"" William pleaded guilty in Judge!I .
repro tie
swmsmaut fill saw M'e.rto
lulu' Grady and Mrs. Carbon 1 Real Estate : Kendrick' court, but pleadedselfdefense I saw bMMI WM I* UM .._ i Total Llablllltol ..!!MlMIt

ere"down from the Miami officeorganize and Interference by I of 1).__ Ii .-....'..t taaa a4 lorojtaMOWrbacH
| General Insurance Lot a. alai I, U-071004. Plat nooltIt
< Liabilities
a orr*
: the Summer Club Ford in his domestic affairs. ai* a. .. the Chr *f Miami County UalM MUM roMraawat ohll.nttooa. .
FLORIDA C1TT. FLA ., Dodo, ease of Florida. a. *m.kraoW .
essay I r.... Paint Av. and A... B LEGAL 'NOTICES I la o..tll_.* No. ..,.,. Tkooamoat ** r*_Slrortor. ..fully. 10....JOovoraaioat .
I Th* girls net In the summer 4-H of MM orovortjr wader the _
I saw I Coriirlf*.* basal was In Ik* Mm I 'hoIIoI t
NOTICE n U.k.ew0.Ualr. (al. AN/e-0 United raw
TO ALL AND SINGULAR, ewe' ""NoI aM CrtlfkaM .buts .. rijurn .d Final.
IIF.RI or 'OUTH DADE Mt7NTYr .. ... Jlac to law ... deed will box' aa.... ..... lOWMMI0
HARRY'S WELDING SHOP SLIT GftO'll'ItI'' AND TRUCRrRSAssoCTATION II i tio.sou oa UM 111* day W A_ A. D'I M "-. mils.M ..tat*. -c-- ,.
I AND TO AI.I. WHOM i t 1HT mwiblpal *>*oiH* $N.ae
...... IT MAY CONCERN. OIlEItTINCIIyo. Pawl Ub I4lk 1 aa? of I.'.. A. n. INT.I .'1 .
., ... ..rot ., you. an boob ant. B. H. I.UTHEIIIII"N. At Total ........ _.... .?. I tfl.'*0, 4
; rltL CETOot.: rIA fled that a moMlM *f the I......... of the!) Clark of Clreott Court saw of .-. lo>at> .( tlaoI. >. r
SVuMh no Omurtr *"'It Pariabie Electric and Trorkor A o.l._ mitt k. Md *l the' tt V 0 aTEKKKTT. D. OCircuit ..*.d kk. o. ooMoilr ._, Out the .
Acetylene Welding n Cylinder Blocks, I Worn*.'. Club HIM t* ....1antI, narioa, << Coors IlsI.Nino .re.. olaUrmoM b mo M Uoe"'t e* mftaowtotff
CyUodcr' Heads, Alnmlbtim Castings and Boiler at tkm IMWI orbrk. a. ooKbf,. I*. ... SO. Aa*. 4. titear a.4 Wise'
r Hi IMk dw of Aolaot, A. 'b". 117. at'I w. c. PAT"''. Csaiu'
AaltmoUre MstMn Fepslrinr-Caterlnf t* gauges In main am" ume new per a -' rya NOTICE or APPI.N"ATION FOR nil awa.n to and sal-Sod Infore m- thin
m iss.h.11. M badw the nr*** < DEKI> talk .*T '
be.H.g pouring and aligned reaming eaaeeUng rod paarlnff _."h<. or dl..eleaa this aaMclatlm, 1(..M h Mm** (In* ...* D. r.....tea DUN RJrcaeLvsA. Nears rkmMr ,
**4 too the determinative of oar o" ill I! j Prrrina, ...... M __ ., Cler .1 Ht- pon....... Banking Joa t*, 1040'least.
..1 boring and cylinder boring. iithor Bantam wish may k* Property ... Two Ortlflrat. HomvH 46'" ...*: -tI SVal)
.** lawfully muss kWor Ik. (wrUM. I Comet At ass :
GUARANTEED ...., owe" yomm, _h.. ..., !1/LA I T. 1. H411alll.III .
EXPERT WORKMANSHIP I '''nr.lei' .eehketlon. fro loa dead, W ,wash e..not A X LOXMICH.H. .
l' Ile A. rlItIaMIJ:1I. ......... nwsN.s.n with law. Saw ContI.a t IK ..APT.D1.e.1na .
wry... 11 (Joir 1.. ... ... Aue.n 4l. 1_"W tile ewlawhW 4tmklb.d F555nl ,


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Eight THE LFADER- ENTERPRISE Friday July 16. 1937
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Miami Burial was la PalmCemetery -
Mr. Wliltam came to Perrlne
about 11 years ago from Alabama "Tuty" Special
to fellow. Wa occupation garage -
COLLISION media*, a.It,survived by 0.1 'l
his wife. Mrs. Joale f. VTUBamt Ginger a '
Perrine.;a eon Monroe William' Usco t
of Miami; big mathw. Mra. L. f
Elijah J.LoU SI Gouldi tanner,
Williams of Sarasota; a brother: Snaps
wu tat.a1111r1J1Iftd in in automo- Thomas William of Moorehaven;
bile crash at Ltwiif comer Mir and a eUter Mra. Rudd of Sara 1 0 1
Gould at M early hour Tuesday PAL 3Ib, ClD
morning,when hit truck wt overturned 2 Ibl.25c.
In a coUUion with a heavy
,at drive by Grady Stanley, lOll Mother of R,L.and J.Carl
Lot ot Mra.WM John ruined MoDMolela to Kendall of Could hospital Hobson Diet .at Age 92 FRIDAY & SATURDAY CASH SPECIALS 59c

la a Turner ambulance but
died 94 hours later frorni fractured Word WM received here this
skull and other Injurtet. I week by R. L.and J. Carl Hobson, S V'GAR bulk, 5 IbSe Z5c
A coroner1 inquest will be held of the death of their mother, Mrs
this morning by Peace Jiutlce O. It E.Hobton,Saturday. at the homeof
B Button at Coral Gable funeral her daughter, M... W. M. WU-
Jfr\toes will IM conducted at 2 p. llamaon ill Jett, Okla. Burial
n today In the chapel of Turner was at her Old\ horn In Salina, Country Roll Butter lb. 36c
funeral Home by die fUv.John H. Carnal Monday, j jMr
Stroud, pastor of the Pentecostal I *. Hobson, who spent 192. ,
Church at Ooukb BurlalVin beBI and 1.27 at the home of J Carl
Palm Cemetery Naranja. Hobton In Naranja. was 91 yean
Mr Lott cam to UK Redland old.Other Del Monte Coffee lb. 27c' '
District IT yean ago from Doug- survivors are: a daughter
Ia<. Ga.. to engage In farming Be. .In. J. 8. Cobb of Long Beach ,
tides nit wife loin Georgia Lott, Cal;a eon W.A.Hobson of Hou
he .1 survived by live tone: Phillip ton, Texas; nine grandchildrenand 1
Austin, Horace, Kenneth and 10 great grandchildren. Orange. Pekoe Far West Boned and Rolled -
Paul Lott and three daughter:

Neva All of, his Muriel Immediate and Elizabeth family reside Lott TEA Fresh Prunes POT ROAST!

on Quail Roost drive near Gould
lie leaves also three brother: %lb. pkJt. .. 25c No. 2% can .I5e lb.
John, Thomas and D. E. Lott of i __.:__ 33e-
tfeugUa Cat and three sisters: > Del Monte Sunburst
Mr O H. Holland of Miami, Mr EO Western
M. 8. Melts of Naahvllle, Oa. and I Florida Pack .
tone Mrs. Beach.Darling McKennon of Day GrapefruitJ'uice Bartlett I Pears Round Steak

Fad From Garage Root I 46 oz. can .. .25e No. 21/ can .19c lb. ........ 25c,
Fatal to Pcrrina Man Handy Pack
FREE Dish Cloth rub or Brisket
funeral services for Iou W. with .
GeneralPublic COCA COLAS
WllllMnt M mechanic of Perrine.wlul ,
oW In Kendall hospital from CJIIPSO STEW BEEF
Weeks sustained In a fall from a Utilities 6 bottles ... 25c ,

garage an not electric while drill he was were operatIng held- Igo Ago .... 25c (plus bottle deposit) 2 lbs..i;.?27"Delicious"
Sunday In Turner funeral Home Be M*ea4 >rb l -e MS-M
by the Rev A. L. Bridget of South
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Fig Bars 2 lbs.

Pillsbury Flour 10 lb. bag C

ill N Baby Food Heinz Gerbe r ar 3 cans 5'c.i

Cube Steaks Tender and "

Delicious, each 9c"

New Cobbler Del Monte Banquet


J'. 10 Ibs. ..... 25c 2 lb. pkg. ._ 19c lb. ____n.. -35c
Yellow Southern Lady DAISY
t ( 1'

Ndt1t i I Like: in! ONIONS Salad Dressing CJIEESE

rg: lb. ........ 5c qt. jar ..e.. 25c lb. ........ 25c'

Wilmar' Red and Blue Pkp. Western
There'f nothing like owning a home of your

own! Designed and built according to your Peanut Butter Super Suds Chuck Roast

J own needs and Ideas Paid for according to 1 lb. jar ....19c 2 med. pkgs. 19c lb. .... .._ :.'25c
i your income-like rent under the FHA.

Luscious, ripe Any Brand Local Killed .
We'll be glad to advise you about materials and

d financing. Drop in and talk over your {Jans. BANANAS l\IILK HE 1 S

t Or call us today.

3 lbs..10c 3 cans ...._ 2Jc lb. ......w.; 28c .
( r r

1J'I I City Chicken hi Sticks, escl.t5c':'


W.D.HorneCo.1Frank F ryers cut"From up for Local frying, lb.35C" J'

L. Skill, Owner-. J Soda Crackers i it. Pk- 10cPage

11 N.Krome A Vf. Phone 507-J,


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