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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: July 23, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00133
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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I VOLUME XXV-NO. 30 HOMESTEAD; FLORIDA, FRIDAY_ JULY 23,1937 PRICE FIVE CENTS ;





: CITY POOL GETTING BLEACHERS III!







; NO MORTGAGE !!i r"Council' ,;, Title Takes Municipal 1 Final Steps Landing to Clear Field!''WATF B SHOW SET FOR NEXT, j i.. ,



CEMETERY TOBE Final steps to acquire clear I Haycock that the title could be 1; THURSDAY AS FIRST SEATS j j jj :

tulle t. the 75 acme of land now: cleared hi the tame manner He
I was instructed to offer the Internal
occupied by the municipal airport,

: : IMPROVED am* obtain the balance or S fund in improvement erthang for board deed the to sum the of $50 33 j FORSPECTATORSAREBIIT

, ,- : fold in the Work Progress Ad-. acres If this offer Is accepted, j
mmhlratloR treasury for corn WPA official win then be in a

I jExcIraton: of Prime In-' SkUon of the project M soon u balance position to to BomeMead allot the unexpended and finish -Registered- Here Races and Exhibitions Arranged j i'
the ot of htrKt .
question ownership
: J umt Will Permit 'I the work halted about a year ago I For Old Age Pensions for 8 p. m. by ;
clarified! ware take by
when it discovered
was that Uw
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! : County AidCOMMITTEES Bleier i
\1 .; Out Homestead city council In city: did not legally own the land. I Approximately one hundred per- Manager..

I ; regular session Monday: night I In a letter read by Gordon tvey: sons registered for old age pensions {
FROM Qmndlnuut BenL W. Morris : city utilities Mpertntendent. from:Tuesday: when Mrs Edw B. Qulnsn. TO CLOSE TOMORROW! f
CLUBS PAY OFF DEBT and Ch Attorney Ira C Haycock K. 1. Langford chief engineer of Mrs. Bernard Simons and Mrs TO SCRUB OUT TANK ;
I reported that the city now holds! a the Florida East Cant Railway Co, Guy V. Williams member of the
Sale of Burial Plots In Advance deed tram the state Internet Improvement the rafflr d asked the city to,sub district board of social welfare and Regulations for Conduct t '!
board lot th>.ami 10: mit a proposal to furnish water, Miss Marian Frank, chief caseworker .
I of Need BringsLfqnidatfon acre of the tract formerly known!direct from the as Hacienda Park subdivision the railroad tank In Homestead ,j j to a.tetf applicant j; This Week f "
through payment ot back taxes. Heretofore. the F t C. ha been r Applications may lie made at
S Through the effective effort of Although the west 3} acres U tub. using city tower t* eJ*ert it*GMt:any time, they said, at the social With construction of am Initial
a Joint committee fans the H_ Jed to a "boomf mortgage of pumping plant to Homestead. If(welfare office at 11 N.. E first section of bleacher under way at 1 ;
stead Rotary Club Mid Uw Redlnndi&fetrict $48.000, it was tile opinion of Mr I a new contract I* arranged the city street Vflanri.T tile municipal swimming poor after i
Liens Curb *u8ick t tot will increase its monthly sale *f The Homestead Businc** and a spur-oC-th-mmsat subacrlp. ) ,
'have. beta sold to Faun Cemetery water by: a minimum of JJJWO Professional Women's Club brought Lion drive engineered by Dr. J. A. I
at Naranja to UA inr outstanding CHAIN DRUGS IN 1 1NIDVYORKPUSH cubic feet and maximum of 1SJKW'I chains and table, for the registra- Smith a water Pew at I n> m. i t
mortgage ot MOM 13,80 held by cubic feet. Councilman Frank B,.tlen and provided what transpor next Thursday was announced<< '
Homestead Building and Uunr Association : i Rue, utilities* committeeman,!tattoo was needed by applicant yesterday by'N Wrier.pool manager
and enable the South- and Mr. Ivey were Instructed Two members of the club Mrs swimming, coach and Red
bad CemeteryAaoodatioq, to' to negotiat direct wlttt Miami Don rerreyr and Mrs. Jan Nes- Cross life-saving Instructor.

airy out tonr-vfiuHKnc pro PERSIAN LIMES official ef the railroad. and see bit Msisted Y* the registration.mmmsT. Work on jh ,,0i btea.Aen.. toryr'needed ....,.j I
ir4)f"bIt..dU ina' BJ "community 1rtIaf. .,. 11"'J-' : s RnR, .'..esrr :leeeactued'The ifct' 1WaxCntd'. tJ8.x W 1b '
; burial gtouad Charles Q. i council: aroepted without watch their youngster .la the pool I
Turner, coauaittf chairman Mid Sedge Mitchell O. Price whose chance a faceplate set of regulation a* wall as tor spectator at water I
yesterday.The pros grave as QuaIl Roost drive Is to govern the conduct of the shows and races, was begun Wedneaday .
committee. which condos mat tae biggest. riorida found municipal swimming pool a* submitted i ANNEX; TO LOCAL : morning. The 40-foot
of Mr. Turner, the Rev. Charles tn. liggett and other chain drugstores i' by Ted Bleier. pool manager section located: on the west Wee
.3V, Walker sad X G. Wynn: from ialJew York featuring j t of the pool near the bath house
'the Lions Club Berber Turner.' sian UnMAde and Persian< Pe..1 On H)k recommendation of Councilman SCHOOL HOUSEI end will have three tiers of bleachers -
W. J. Oeronfmo and Ernest P. displays when he visited Hew York Morris the council agreed capable ot seating M persona I
t Roberts of the Rotary Club, and recently: be tell fellow directors i Ir to grant a petition from the own i I-HomHtt. without crowding. It U estimated ,
Sirs Chubs t Harper, president of the Florida Avocado and Persian mol: property abutting N. E. Ninth contractor by Mr Biter that construction of "
'*f the South Dad! Cemetery Asso ,Lime Grower at Naranj. court and will change the existing has been authorized to similar sections around the three i
,station wilt centime to remain' J:. A.Ames; president of tile avocado parkway from the center to the build the $1X000 four-room annex open walls al the pool will even* "j\
s ..... A meeting* boa been' and Persian co-operative i sid ot the street In order to aida to the Homestead High School tualty ,provide seats for approximately I
tailed tcwf p. m. next Mon, marketing association returned proposed beautification program i building, and work will probably MO specUtor
from business visit to I begin Monday If the architect hat The Whiter show Thursday nightof
day: In the chamber of commerceiiulldlng : Tuesday m a* soon as funds are available forth :
t* discuss future plan. blue banana plantation In Costa I work of regrading the street [, Our plans ready by that time. Mrs. next week will feature race for
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Rica and with Manager C. &" CaK: Completion of the new tennis Nell 1C. Walker school board member girls and boy la the beginners',
B U the Intention of the cemetery derwood will work out plan for, court on the city recreation front South Dade. said last ,advanced and open classes. Beavers -
association supported by the continued and night for gift and
promotion develop. ground adjoining the diamondball one group
t via club commute and within I teens of the market for avocadosand I: park awaits the release of Award of contracts for bus transportation one for boys up to U yean at age,
: promised co-operation af the, Persian Bmea county read machinery from some of student throughout will swim two width of the pooL
board ot county commissioners torebuild Last week tNt co-op shipped urgent work on the glade, but the I the county; has been held up pend- Advanced 'swimmers with boy:
the road and pathways. f.LOO*, pounds of avocado and BOO i courts should be ready for play I jlng furnishing bond guaranteeing and girl again grouped separately, j :
traversing the cemetery, awl it bushels of limes. Ten ton of full within the next few week*. Coun.performance by low bidders, Mr*. will race the length ot the pool In i a
'fund win permit to arrange forperpetual I or off-grade limes were sent to I oilman J. G Wynn reported. I Walker said. Th bus contract the pen class oat ran for girls I :
cart ot the ground A I'the Juice cannery< at Bradentoa. will' b* awarded next Wednesday and on* for boy. tile distance will ;
varied asanrtmeirt af shrubs and Mr. Calderwood reported that I I In all probability the said. j be 100 yards th* length of thf t ,
:jxrnamental tree from the county: trade And buck.Exhibition ,
an avacad pool up on JUlyt Local] Girls pool
nursery to aid in the beautification had returned $4.97 per 50-pound Boys "Peace or War in Europe"To will be given by 4
program baa already been assured., bushel box for Pollocks. $3.30 for groups of non-swimmers begin
Victors in Games Be Topic of Address
tat Turner said. .
Simmons and $9.41 for Fuchs. He ner and .wlJIU1U!... There will be
said that "qui"fit,." new mem- exhibition swimming damonatraU
Last
Played Night "Will there be peace of war In:
Drunk Driving Charge bow had Joined sine it wa advertised 1 Europe?" Ibis serious question: ins the crawl. breast aid and backstrokes
week that exhibitions will'
last marketingof Diving
Holds Miamian to Trial will b* tuatrdlscuated by John B.
star* damaged fruit would be Homestead wu victorious two Ksena, Insurance executive *f Miami feature the plain front, *' 11. Jack :
I those who signed and back dives bt addition
I I guaranteed ta up games played with out-of-town knife
the at the Ladies Night sessionof
J W Harper, proprietor ot
I I with Florida- Avocado- Persian Homestead there will b* life-having uVnvoustration
diamond bait team as the
Rcdland District Lions Club in I
"Blscayi* DryDark to Miami wasj
: 'Lime Grower by August L with artificial (etpiraRegistrauoa -
Department
; field laal flight Burtoal
tii Lions Den at Silver Palm next
.bound over for trial in the court of *
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Store beat Hart Hardware l for the water show
Ute crimes influence on charges of liquor at driving and causing tinder Federal Music Classes of Miami by a score 4 to I, Tuesdany Mr. Keen is a graduate of ,twits will be open today Sunday
and the girls' of and Monday. Th pool will be
r an accident at a pMuaalnary Mar Wilt Meet Olin Fridays Plymouth gears I Princeton University! and a worldwide trued dowa tomorrow for another
Homestead downed>Ahra girls
|Jug before Peace Justice & L. Kendrick traveler. For years, b* has
of Miami Beach 10 to. 8.Kelson .thorough draining and scrubbing,
on Monday Bight Bond was Joe Astoria :f Miami federal,. I made a special study of his subject Mr Biter announcedRegulations
\ act at 11011.Hupt. 'nai project teacher of stringed pitching: for Burton's, I and has delivered some 100 bather la .
..was rc-amsted. by Con.' instruments, and Mr* Alice Ruth struck out !$ men, and Scott tie lecture on.this topic. I* guide lalIADa..
tilde J. tt. Scarborough under a Whitney: piano teacher, announce 'Bart twirltr struck out: eight Also 0It the Ladles' Kight pro- to-operkung to JllaiAtala
warrant .wee. cut by John L. mat they win cam to Homestead .,1 Hot Berger of tit* Plymouth girls gram will b* the Karanj trio consisting (Continued Oa Pag Four I II I
Scarborough ef Homettra after ,'ass Friday afternoon instead of 'walked W of tar Miami Beach > of Charles tkbenberger
bit ease bad been dismissed as an oa W dnefta y alI IIooM. Th girl and struck out 11 Marjorte and Clement Russell. saxophonists THE WEATHER
tinasaUnbla\ aaeid ands at .. earlier hano. ..win a*mad mold weak. ,Sullivan,got a hama rua and>Berger ,and. WUlard HeBdersbait oa tile OMrW vratkOT < Pat J law gutl......
trial in, the city: court before JoeL The hours are from Ito t o'clock.. garnered a three-bagger I accordion. ttaa.tse.t sate,, 1100001" ......... .
Burton who acted as municipal Th guitar pupils ar* requestedto < i Th Rev C1* Nelson pastor of
Judge in, the absence of Mayor come at 1; the baste pupils at Wednesday night tile W. D.' Homestead Presbyterian Church, Def. 'Imosi.I... tlar.lr,Fein
Tom Karris. S, the mandolin pupils at SJO; Hoarse Co. team defeated :Brooker I.principal speaker at last Tuesday's July U I I. I n.!IO.l2J .11 I
; neddat occurred) near and the ukelel pupil, at & Th Lumfce Co. a to 4. and Burton meeting; spoke on "ace'. Mis July 17 i 19S I 157 (I30.I2J.( .T*
American Legta hall oa South classes are. held in the Homestead whipped the Mn' Shop t to 9. Esther Don: renderfd: two plane Jidy. 14 __.4 II 1 1t Iu
Krone avenue Sunday afternoon .chooL .Monday night Horne .-.e solo*. July: .. : f M fiM (
7, r when Harper ran Into the rear of There* no charge for this In- ed the Men' Shop,,scored 7 runs I Other guests Included Miss lute 24 ,. 0_ %t, rr (i30.ia
Scarborough till Batik automobiles struction. *m lie tM of tile M**,and Brooker ,Owes BosjMHtead, rMIl T. Jui July II n I gar IJU7f
were damaged Dot the ", cu., Rapid progress of those in theclasses licked Burton with a SCOT at 'er and) Frank It Wagner of Miami July 21 .1 .I 148... |3&N
pants were not Injured j, of both teachers is reported.l tins and Fred E. Dewhurit of HJaJfah --- .

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...;....o.iIROTES -
DIAMOND BALLSCHEDULE I arty wu held by men Distance -2 MOO kilometers, SWIMMING ffiPROGRAM (
HEAR OF The Ford V<4. which was stripped driven at the rate of 18.29 miles .
I of windshield and fenders and per hour; 15,000 miles 8781 mites

NEW THEORY IN July 33 Horne vs. Burton; had special' wheels, was hi excellent per hour; 2J.OOO kilometers, IT.18 .Dally Monday ikfiufh Fri I ,
Brooker vs. Men' Shop. condition whew it completedthe miles per hour; 30,000 kilometer, t:/00-f:30 Non-Swimmers Ries
July 2(, Burton vs. Brooker; long run, Saturday. May 28, 17.54 miles per hour and 20000 10:00-10:30: : Diving.... ..
SCHOOL SPORTSMany Home vt. Men'i Shop. Paris advices said. Inspectors for miles, 17.10 miles per hour. The 30-11.4S Junior-Uftf Saving
July 21. Men'l Shop vs. Burton, Yacco, tn oil firm which organized respective old records for the distances I:30-3:SO Recreational Swipi-
Brooktr v. Horne. and conducted the performance mentioned were (7.77, 13.- min,, water basketball, ffclt;
.bays and girls powII) July 34, Broker vs. Men's Shop; run without assistance from the 50. 85.W, (4.73, and 83.IT miles per pig gtpp, water polo, dodge ball/
with only a partial understand Ford manufacturing organization
Burton vs. Home. hour.
I:80-4::00 Advanced JwlrnmingAll
.f the games they witness and August 1, Horne vs. M n's Shop; In France, reported they found the Time--20.470 kilometers in six
reed about la the news, slmpl; Burton vs. Brookcr. V., engine to be operating per! days, driven tt the average, speedof
because they have had no Inttrue August 4, Brookcr vt. Horn; fectjy at the end of the gruelingtest WJ3 mites per hour; ",111 the world time records luu.
lion tad A* explanation to say; Me,,'. Shop vs. Burton. The Montlhory track Is a kilometers In seven days, average ed above aloe were accepted at '.
nothing of participation in them August 6, Horn vt. Burton; reinforced concrete oval of lie speed I7J1 miles per hour; S7.12I new International marks, and In.,. I
Ted Slater, athletic coach of the Brooker vs. Men's Shop. miles. It Is 18 feet wide. kilometers In eight days, average addition the International Assocla.tlon .
Homestead schools and manage August I, Burton v*. Brooker; The new world records for distance -' speed 17.71 miles per hour; 10,411 of Recognized Automobile \j
of the municipal swimming pool, Horne vi. Men'i Shop. and time established by the I kilometers in nine days, average Clubs ratified for the record book
Indicated Wednesday when telllni August It, Men't Shop v*. Bur women drivers included the folI speed 1750 miles per hour and 1 the women drivers' averages of
Homestead Rotarians why hi. ton; Brooker vs. Home lowing '33,371 kilometers In 10 days. (Continued on Page Seven) I IROlUTaR
teaches basketball, baseball, badminton August 11 Men'i Shop vi i,
and other sports to everyone Brooker; Burton ve Horn: i
of his physical education August It, Horne vt. Men'l
classes. Shop; Brooker vt. Burton.W031EN .
All boys In the school get Instruction .
and experience; in playIng MAKE
the various seasonal games- 25
Dot Just the few select ones who

or see rrub.trying out for the vanity squad NEW RECORDS IN

'We try to teach them the technique I
of the games 10 they will 85 H.P. FORD V-8 '
understand and Appreciate even "A Co H 0 A010"
play when they tee Or read about
e game Then we give tests at' Dearborn, Mich July 22- Twen
the end of stated tournament ty-five: new world and international .
periods that reveal ability In particular time and distance records were
players that can be developed achieved in 10-day: run on the
Into varsity material track of the Montlhory autodrome.
Mr. Bleier told of the classes he near Paris, by a team of four, son
Is conducting the swimming poolIn : French women driving Ford V-8 .,._._" ,, r :
swimming, diving and lifesaving with standard BS-horsepower engine JEW BEfRISERATlO WITH
and of plans for a water show I FLtXIBLE 'INTERIOR T
in the near future. Ha told of the The new marks, Including 101 ARRANGEMENTS
heightened Interest evident since world records and U internationalclass Arrange shelf
the purchase of water sports C records, were established i Ing apace to meet _L
equipment and the attendance thai' late in May and have Just been I ,. day.to-d ar condJtiolll.a anlld' ,. -
Is Increasing dally He said the recognized officially by the Inter luerent VariatioDl 4HIU
pool Is drained and scrubbed national Association of Recognized;) the new Norge are Possible inator.
thoroughly at least once a week. Automobile Clubs. This was an: This Roihntor Ildnger..
and
nounced here at the home offices I many Other features
Picnic Dinner to Start of the Ford Motor Company, following : ) .........,hic1udinll tmpro",4 tuechanica]
a receipt of cable messagesfrom ; 'OI'IIJance-.m .t.
Silyrr Palm ProgramA
Paris I to "see the :Norge loaf se lot you
The Paris advices pointed out ore 1011 bur..
picnic dinner In the church that the French women, who drove 1 rHI'OWTOI. -010
annex for pupils and their parent* the car In relays for 10 days and I X ; -7. ftulIiT1
and friends 'at noon today will nights, have become, through ratification i "-
precede a program that will mark I of their performance, the i' ak1elj'd -..ntaeUse
the end of the vacation Bible school first members of their sex in the, IIIort JIOww '" )/011
conducted by the Silver Palm history of automobile racing to: teat IIeIcL cur.
Community Church. A baseball establish world records In eight 0bIr; thin.AMC .
game between teams of boys who Important classifications.: I fA "1116
attended the school will follow the Among the records awarded to
picnic the French women are new time
Enrollment In the Silver Palm marks for all distances from 10- k
vacation Bible school reached 13, 000 to 20,000 miles, Inclusively I CONCENTRATOR ANSU
according to Mrs. A L. Chandler, The latter mileage was reeled off I TO lIT YOUR PERSONALIZEO
dean of the school. An exhibit In 221 hours and 3? minutes, or at I PURSE ANN KITCHEN
In the church and annex this afternoon an average speed of ''7.10 miles tn ,. tAMO In and let III y.
and evening will show theresults hour. The old record for this: the range to suit showy" V
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of the two weeks Instruction distance was at the rate of 1317 your
dew im/1"C1MJ ,
and training.The miles an hour. This record form- Ice burners o controls and
teacher training data made I Make the
permanent posters for the church be special drills and a program,' Concentrator rim new Norjictece -
gel
and vitas of clay and enamel to Mrs Chandler said. Parents and, .. even more
bold flowers for Sunday services friends are Invited to bring covered I C ot llIodcl.fe: economical 'q
The Junior and Intermediate girls dish luncheons or picnic baskets -! wont, colors and equip.
made pictures of clay painted with .nr
and "make a day of It. I d
enamel some of which they will
give to the elderly women In the _ 1

The Dade junior County and home Intermediate at Kendall boys !I NATUROL GAS "i o I!,i ii CHANSE YOUR .o

repaired chairs u.ied In the Sun I WASH "DAr"
day school and church cleaned up NO ""''IUTES"
THE QUICKEST FUEL See
| Ii the
the church :yard and cut the grass
Beginners and primary students L'Irtil D. LyonHOME Homestead i: 'a.slJerr and Du&0 Jot Autobuilt
made scrap books. -- the 1ta.slJer refry Sea
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Samples of the work accomplished 19itatol'-tb. the 1eatlie..weight
will be exhibited and there will] i r, ,u erat'o that has
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I r ressure.
COOKINGServed bees ft'. Be. the ironer., ....t keeps tor wring.
and
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Nor
easily
I Family Styleat t and Duo trot a L A tobuilt 10ta S St

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hating curls-dart *e Dining Room i ''RAl f
I "' el a pmntiMM yell want
k eWs the kind .e give 1
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v I. .... wide |cursive !.(**. MR8.GUSSIEJOINER I
....... tot so -.-." seen
Ise the wanes. w1J s Proprietor
; %se"da" sad .....
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Appliance
Bb's Barber Shop price stays the same ;


t & Beauty Parlor 50c 75c $1.00 I 205 N. Krome Avenue Homestead, Flori'Pa

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July 23.1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE: Paw Three
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UlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUllllllllllllllllUIIIIIIlIIlI i been living Atlanta, have returned GRAND MASTER" HONORED CARD OrTHAlTM ,
: STROKE IS FATALTO
and make their homeIn About twen'<;j'-t W Odd Fellowsand I I wish to express my heartfelt h
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rye ;. II this section.* : Rebekabj from Miami came to thanks and deep appreciation to ,"

20 Years AgoalilllllililliiIIIIII1IilhI1IUuhiiIIIIfl taken"Messrs.possession. Ryan of and the Dues Princeton have MRS. R L COOK Homestead Saturday afternoon for :the town of Homestead and out ;
many friends for their deeds of ,
a pot-luck dinner In honor of 1 1III
Bottling Works.
'r, I help end thoughtfulness fee ua
/ iII -"The Rev. Samuel Stratford', Funeral services for Mrs. Harriet Grand Master Hugh Seattle who my time of trial I tIi. '

f.0.wa.ll..a aae wife la very lick at their horn' J. Cook wife of former County with Mrs. Beattie left Sunday to L COOK *'
i ".r.: era. fllM *t :: ....e.d here." I Commissioner H. L. Cook wen \ .,
aeMArM- bitsbN.Y.M.r.. It ISII, make his official visits! to the Odd : "
"Gordon McSweeney was on the held on Wednesday morning In 4 :
sass a..u
f $5a a..w
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:==!,31. eta tile 8_ sick list last week, but Is better 1 St. John'i Episcopal Church with Fellow lodges of the state CARD OF THANKS
at this wrlUn,." I I1011' the Rev. Milton B. Sackett officiating. W* wish to express our appreciation r
-" and Mrs. Joe Burton andfamily : for the kindness shown tu ;
Tt' F/fcjlfiPhrey has been award and Mrs. J. U. Free and I Mr*. Cook died In Post Graduate MRS.E.A.ENN1STAKENBYDEAT1I 1 during our recent bereavementand \
rd'\t\lt.\ the construct- family left the first of the week: hospital at 7 p m. Monday after, for the flowers sent i
I.on.,9.4 the aditlon to the Home- for Atlanta Ga, where they will' suffering a stroke of paralysis in ELMER A. ENN1S -
te "' 1'It-!$! visit with friends Mr. Free Is expected -I' her home last Friday Shortly be- BRUCE KNOTS
_"W H.-HOW Is In the Lab to join them there fore the fatal attack from which
Okeechobee region this week on -"The Woman's Club of Rome- she failed to regain consciousness -
a bu lnes and pleasure trip combined stead had a meeting at the schoolhouse he had been preparing to leave Funeral scrvlctw 'for Mn C -: last Monday afternoon. The Homestead for an extended vacation Catherine Ermls 87 who died at GROVETHEATRE
-"W/o. nd Mrs. W. J. TweedellanffJonjfSu purpose of the meeting was to discuss with her husband In North: her home on N E Eighth street
.I eft in tnelr car the the plans for a kitchen which Carolina her native itate. Friday morning after a lingering
flrtfih.Tuneek for points on the the club Is Intending to build shortly Burial was In Palm Cemetery at illness were conducted at the
weal ecau.ig Thy expect to camp . Those present were: Mes- Naranja Active pallbearers wen Homestead Methodist Church Sat- COCONUT GROVE:
as-ttiey traveLand"; will biter visit, dames Henry Carter, R. E. Edwards Julian H. Webster Henry Brooker -' urday afternoon by the Rev J JRichards Shows and t p. ...; Aden ISo
Me Tweedcll'i>om in Georgia." I H. R. Prldgen, E. A. Carter Jr., A. R. Caves, Lee H. Lehman pastor of the church. MaUoee Satw4y and Sundaytt9
-"M&.and-.Mrs: ', Carl Deden will C R. Wilkinson W. K. Walton, I Joe L Burton and Howard Burial was In Palm Cemeteryin U 6wus.
G. W. Fllloon. s. F. Matthews and Johnson. Honorary pallbearers Naranja. The Turner Funeral
mOl&.lIIxt'weeli: into the Prldgen
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Sun. M. T e* July M.
: dome had of
charge arrangements.Th
property,which they recently puschased. Frank Umphrey. I were A. R. Livingston Edward 11MlrUm ;
." -"A letter from Mrs Clinton, Silling. R. E Edwards. J. E. Hook, pallbearers were L D. Wy-
who with her family left for Con. Frank L. Skill, C.:W. Little Rendy man, H. H. Ewing, Ors Jeffrey
"Howard Lamb, who has been necticut a few weeks ago, says: Jackson and George N. Wakefield. I C. M. Barrow J:. S. Caplinger and
with flatten ot
Agent Budd for
several Excepting for the first three days Mn. Cook who was 66 yean of B. C. Murphy.Mrs. .
year, left Jacksonville last after we arrived we had very bad age, came to this city 20 yean ago Ennls came to Homestead
Friday fright to take the agency atMldwllt" N. C. the from Turner, Mich., with her hus-. I
weather-foggy and rainy, Mr. from Yadkln County, tots i iG
Ha, the Seaboard
on AirLine C had the asthma come en the bride of H. L Cook, who had exchanged band and Infant son 24. years ago :
a few miles north of TallahasFla. I
and became prominently Identified Sf
. fourth day and he was very bad hit career ai a construction ;
for a week, but he is better now.' engineer on the oversea extension with the church and civic club activities i
"Herman Rutxk. of Redland, has of the community, She was
I They are longing for the day when of the Florida East Coast
twA of the finest apple trees I they shall get back to their winter Hallway for the business of citrus an active member of the Homestead -
ever saw'and the trees arc loaded home In Florida City." (Florida growing and farming on a large Methodist Church and of the
with good looking fruit of excellent time of her South Dade Garden Club and for
; City). seal: *. Up until the
flavor. According to Mr.Rubke's I death she had been actively iden- ..verely.an was president of the N'f
statements the trees are tified with the church and social Woman's Club of Homestead. f
about four years old and have :. Crash Injure Girl Besides her husband Elmer A.
affairs of the community. Hopkins Jl McCrea.Charles .
never received any special atten And Two Automobiles I Besides her husband, she U sur. Ennls, she la survived by one son, Wh .lng er, Erik Rhodes
tion. Although the trees are only I vived by two brothers Richard J Bruce EMil, and two grandchild
fourteen feet high each of them An automobile driven by James Jarrett and A. H. Jarrett of Yadkln ren. Latest brae
lean about four hundred well Sottile Jr, collided with one drlv County N. C.; two nephews Harold "MARCH OF TOUT

sired',apples. The trees have not en by Archie Brannan last Friday and Bruce Jarrett, and a niece, a two-year degree In elementarywork Fit. Sa&.. July W II
been subject to Insects, and It U I afternoon at the Intersection of N. Mrs. W. J. Clark of Homestead. I on Aug. 1 at the twenty Chas Oolite ta
of special Interest to note they are E. Second avenue and Second fourth annual summer school "SPEED TO SFARE-
bearing green leaves all the year street with the result that Miss Local Girls Will Get I commencement of the Florida State EXTRA New IIerttJ-Jelln.!
round. Apparently the fruit Is Dorothy Ashby, It-year-old I Mack Brew la "Wild Weal
College for Women In Tallahassee.
ot a variety known as the Bontor- daughter of Mr. and Mrs H. W. Degrees From F. S. C. W Miss Valera Merle Fitch will) Days."

ter Beauty. There Is quite an In. Ashby, who was In the car with Miss Eta Maria Arozarena will receive two-year degree In ele!!
terestlng storjr connected "with MrRutzkrt Brannan and Miss, Miriam Tan- get a B. & deg: In education and mentary work. the same time. WANT ADS PAY f
Jrees.r During the time
nenbaum was severely cut on the
of the Prussian Revolution In 1849, forehead and bruised about the
a farmer who was living In thee body.
northern part of Germany was Other members of the quartet
compelled to leave his country He were somewhat bruised and shaken
' was so poor that he considered his up but escaped: serious injuries. THE WORLD'SBEST

most valuable possession a young Brannan driving a car belonging e
apple tree which he had planted In to Joe Topplno was headed MOTORING VALUES
his hack yard. He did not want south on N. J:. Second avenue, .
fc pert from this tree and made it I taking the young women home
hlfttompanton on his long voyage I from the swimming pool. Mr.
to New York. 'When he later settled Sottile was bound east on N. E.:
down In Kansas, the apple tree was 'I Second street. for the East Glade
still with C him and bud wood from farming area. Both cars were
th.t'tree finally reached Dade I, badly damaged.
CouAfy I '

"Margaret and Lillian Robert : Heart Attack Is Fatal
Jl1I1e.ve on Thursday for Kisslmme -
for an extended visit with To WPA Project Worker
their grandparents."
Stricken suddenly! while at work!
-1of114! Isabel Becker left Thursday -
on a WPA project along the Florida .. "
tot a few days visit with USED CARS
IrI.ndl1n Fort Lauderdale.." City canal. Louis Sommaro,
-"J. D. Redd and wife returned tt, truck farmer of Florida City.
from a month's trip through the I died from a heart attack about noon
north on Friday of last week, and Monday. No Inquest was deemed -
Mr..Redd;, reports having had a necessary.
pleasant Jourhey, although the Sommaro. a native of Italy CHEVROLET COACH 1U1 CHEVROLET MASTER 18JI FORD CABRIOLET -
weather\ a part of the time was cam to the United State about Fair condition. Repossess.. SID A.H. Its tires and Has been checked over
unseasonably cold. Their trip twenty-eight years ago and had eel and has a very small upholstery show little and found in good shape
included: visits to Baltimore Washing been a resident of Florida City balance owed. A wear, motor baa been Rumble seat good Urea.
ton and New York. They for the past two years He had good cir and cheap$75m carefully tuned and ehecltSellin at a
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j were also In' Washington D. C., no known relatives, but tax receipts transportation ed, Fisher no-draft ventilation gain price b.r.$225
during the reunion and witnessed found among his papers Indicated Lowest price*-OMAC con- which } week
.
the stirring sights connected with that he had owned property venlent terms, you need for -$260 Every ear a real bargain.
this anniversary. On the return In Pennsylvania before coming hot weather1U
stops were mad at Columbia and to Florida. Burial arrangements ml CHEVROLET COACH 0 business 14 year
Aiken. S. c., the latter city being were mad by Turner Funeral Repossessed, small bal
ance. Fair mechanical eonIIU DODGE .WHEEL SEDAN ,

par-. .'. Home.NEWT dition. A good car to run -nice, clean-looking Job.
-"Messrs. J:. 2. Growler C. Y.Watter.iW BALL around -will pay for Itself One ot the higher class
: J. Clark, and Frank G. In the cars, noted for ++
Skill went en:-* pleasuretrip to Notary PaWio to you on IIVIn.r$85 Its rugged and
Pikn Beach last Saturday, returning FIRE INSURANCE ANDKINDRED better ear dependable ser$365
Sunday afternoon." LINES: O.r greatest asset..-ear rep** eta _,_ -,

-dr. and Mrs. John Dorsey IS N. born Av*. tattoo.IMS An vital part carefully -
formerly ot Homestead, who have = cheeked over
CHEVROLET COACH
excellent mechanical con1031 FORD TUDOR Motor

dition new paint and seat worked over and tuned up. w
HARRY'S WELDING SHOP covers, tires like new. A Just painted, looks tine;
nice clean job seat covers new tT1OC USED CARS WITH THI
PRINCETON, FLA, you will be; $235 Runs fine and'
proud of well worth t# THAT COUNTS

Portable Electrle and Acetylene Welding ft Cylinder Blocks
CyuaderAeads. > Aluminum Casting and Boilers. 'L M-tp lit AU Moou. CISlO .'ltS ANI) J" (; CICS

Aptetniilve Maekto Repairing Catering to garages In male

bearing pouring and aligned rooming, connecting red pawing
and boring ad cylinder boring. I Bird Chevrolet Co.Phone .


EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED 1 1I 98 Homestead, Fla."I' .


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Part _Four THELEAD__ R "TERPRIS'P Friday, July 1.3' 1937 ,
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THE LEADE R-f NTERFRISEPabliahed Those Who Hate Passed Children in Court : which would result In destructionof Increased: Tax Rate"Is ; .,
pool equipment or pool property -
'
Effective in
rrUars at Hesatteat .I I Tests at Pool I' : October ,, t
'By MU Maleete HaUteU 12. The maangsment further reserves
fta. by the forth Dade, .1 22' .t'
I Margaret Berger. Tallahassee. July CTNS1
Beginners: The price of a half fare bus ticket the right to expel iron the
hIiIUIWIIr c. I Bobble Chambl ss. Bill Caves Lily proved the means of landing a pool and its environs any person, Governor.ft.Ie the, new state
Mat Campbell, Iris Capllnger! Don thirteen rear old girl in the juvenile or person using violent, abusiveor tax en thsetfend five,;
KM JUKCnC Editor Done Mary Deal-tag, Louis Dear- court today.TTwentylow obscene language or who engages eighths mill foe .he? fi eal year
MAKJOItt LEACH) AIa :& Ing John B. Grabs. Harry hours before her in acts of rowdyism or general -( 137-8. an Increase ot one and one I
j _. Associate Miter Hall Lynn Irwin Frank aptoehenaion by juvenile authorities -: misoooducti or who conducts,\ eighth wills ever tbtj eae leThe '7. I''
I irwin. Harry Martin, Ted lor stealing from-a ton cost himself or herself in any manner, rate win 1>ecoHieeBBi I 'tt
Mated as reseal ohm onto, Oldendort Ross Belts fred Skin- store this child had heard tier considered detrimental to die beat i when the new tax i* levied ta
.Itfct .... *, MIX *t the poi, er, Margaret Say**, Jack Tunwr mother tell a km drive that She interests the pool and ill purr October. ..1 t
.tnt* at n......;,.......trader, Charles Turner, HeAcrt Tumec was starea yean of ass White the; peee In : community The present Ullage 1* two ant
Ik* act *f Man S, U7S.fvm. Catherine Topplno, Douglass Tower mother saved a email amount auHoney U. Ko .person or persons other one half mills .as jet by retirihg,
Marls Watt *r salarepreeenling ierdaughter's : than those authorized hjr the city Governor 'Dave Sholtx.-tinder M ,
raicc. ft." A YEAR Swtmnwra: Lttttr A..IIer&i actual age, this provedto ,council aad/or the management:I old act which would hart permit*.1oI :
srl Blggers, Frank Bases Robert be the roost expensive ticket shall he given Instructions at tb I ted a total of six and one halt, .
Anti-Alcohol Education I Caplinger, John B. Craham, Sam i she ever purchased for an example, pool in swimming diving or any mills ..
I Harris Len_ Hill Orval Irwin, of dishonesty was set which the branch of aquatic .sports. Failure The new rate Include one halt:
Anti-alcoholic education as Ii Kenneth Glenn. Richard Mattson, child was not slow in adopting. to co-operate with the city and the mill for the pension fund and anfi
Alvo Rufus Sullivan, I l'increase of from one eighth 'to,
McKinney
mean of dealing with the liquor, management shall make any person -
problem It gaining wide Jack Sullivan John Sykes: Evelyn 1I or persons engaging In such !three quarters of a mill for free,.
according to Mist Berth IPProYII.J' Sykts, Frank ToppinG, Edward POOLContinued activities liable to expulsion from I text boon "J
er. ef the national staff Topplno, Howard West, Lucille; the pool The governor was required 'of*"
C f V. to explaining the "valueof West Eunice, Walker. 14. No Insignia which may be law this year to let the textbook<
such education, she stated that Junior lift saving: Lester Archer ( from stage One) construed by the public as designating ,levy at three quarters of a tniILI
even! statement prepared for the Steve Blondo, Robert CapUmiet tary standards and orderly conductat authority shall be warn by I The general fund appropriation!, .
UK of teachers or speakers eon Kenneth Glenn Harry Hall. the pool were formulated by any person or persona not specifically I was cuf*by the legislature from;
.
tenting the evil! effect of alcoholic Lenora Hill John Sylua, Frank Manager Bleier and approved so Authorized by the city J500.000 to $200,000 I year
beverages on the Individual or society Toppino Edwin Toppino Eunice without change by the city council council the management or any I Levies remaining unchanged
to backed *p by scientific Walker Howard West, Lucille; Monday Bight They art as,duly recognized organization, and were one mitt tor schools, o
proof and *t>:)ecr lessons West. follows j insignia of any such organizationshall I half mill dog the state livestock'7sanitary
This method 'of Attacking' the Non-twinunenr; Bar Aadwwll 1. All "crania using the pool must be worn only when proper board, one half mill for,.,
problem, ant.Averred; reveals boo Libert Byrum Betty Byrum.llotnr take a cleansing shower bath be- Authority to do so shall have been 1 r the state board ef health and three.'!
to the pupil\ !. a 'manner as oonvinrlnf Byrum. Mary *> Close, Clinton fore entering the pool. pnsesUed. I eighth mill :for the prison fund.
'*ad fritttutable a* the Cooper Billy Oearbarn Charlotte L Bathers leaving the pool for 15. Neither the city I nor the maa- One mill this year will produce'.
facto developed'ti a "atld *r Qeronimo, Yaw Cilmer, Arthur I soy reason shall take a shower before -1 agement can accept responsibility,' $390,000 to $373000 as compared
chemistry When dttnoostottag a Hell Paula Kemp, J hnoie Kemp, returning Bather IeIV\nl1be for loss of money or valuables left:.to $3itjBM for m-3fl.
formula to hat pupils In Til* laboratory Marjorie Langham Arnold !to- bon. I in clothing or in the dressing)
bvain, Bobby Merges. Bobble pool to use the toilet shall be required rooms.Provision' Is made fir check.. 'CUlD 001' THANKSWe
MlM Palmer*ts'd". the W. NJcholi, John RtuUt Gene RIo,- to take a second cleansing Ing such property and patrons of wish. to thank: 'our man
C. 1'. U. la appropriating' 4.000 a nelda, Joe Reynolds, Charles Rob-, Nth before returning. the pool are urged to make use of friends for 'their sympathy andl
month to Instruct publi' scsnst nw>n. Joyce Wallsee Fiord Watson I*. All bathers ace requested' to;! these facilities, Further either far the beautiful tower tent 4ur l
teaches haw to make scientific Jr., Jhnmi Wataoa. GrietjtSerbtirg. use the toilet and particularly to' the dy nor the tnanaiement cm mg the sickness and at the death",
demonstration tbe effects falcebol Donald t ttey, oHM Mo, empty the bladder before taking accept cetpauJBttty for Joel sal. of our Ynu&and and father '
on different kinds of food Lean Wayne Sherry Lanier cleansing bash *od entering the, wearing apparel left 4n the dressIng -'! MRS. t J. WATT '
and consequently 1U effect on Whitehead, Margaret Booth, Hubert poot (teams, AND CHILDREN
the human system and the functioning Smith George Sprinkle Louis 4. Persons having any skin disease -, M. Bjrtfinr sac expressly wann 1
of the brain Davit JohnsFormer tore *r Inflamed eyes, told, ed gainst using the paid after
Along with the demonstration! nasal er er discharges, or tony hours. Should they 40 to, at is
opportunity to afforded to suggest Rcdland Woman i I communicable disease must be excluded at Bate awn risk EdwardStikng
to pupils that they recall to their I i from tttt pooL Real Estate .
'Dies at Miami Spring CARD OF I
ova mind (without dlicusslrrj I.> Persons having any sores Inflamed -; THANKS
them ta lass) cases where Individuate insect kite, open blisters! We wish to.xpress our. appntcla- General Insurance
stave wrecked their livtt and Funeral services for Mrs 'Sarah' cuts, etc, are hereby warned that j lion tar the kindness and sympathy : FUMKIDA CIIT FLA.Cer .
Eo Peterson S3, toi mer residentof shown la ralm Ave. and Ave. BREAD
destroyed their homes by the *xcetklvt the** are likely to become Infectedand I us our recent, be-;
i DM of Intoxicants The Redland, Who dint at her home are advised not to use the pool. "Zvement.M33. 1
: I mental tmfrreaikmwhich tat la Miami. Swings last Friday after: .. .SpUting, spouting .of water j. J. V WILLIAMS I ";
a lung tUneta wore sold at DIe AND FAMILY I THE WANT ADS
pupil receive" front the teacbett Sun- !(Wowing the nose etc. In pool ate : .f.
scientific 4eaMNMtr tMM and the grew in WwdUwiCn9Mtery strictly prohibited. The son guts '
.
'' Tuner Fmera lame oIlJ '
pictures he creates to his rwa tan use provided torfxpocturatlon. n.
mind tar swcaUlng the twrrlble efr. Homestead was In charge of aw 1 t. The management recommends ...
ecu ell alcohol t. penans rf UicquHtatenet angrmentr [that b.theraIIfI moderation to the ,'I'
win bt lestfec. awl Mrs PetartoB case at rkirkla,[length a* time spent la the water :
WCTU Instructor declared. Tent boa HU ri( 30 yeans ago and re-,a* any Me time toe long a time JnI :
aided In the Redland District for
the water injurious to
pupil wlU act only bt wanwdagniact J I may prove
the evils of alcohol but, some years before moving to Miami '{the individual general health. .!
she Bartends thousands .f them Springs. She is survived. by I 8. Bather are requested te report ,
will become crusaders In a out sen Arthur L. Peterson, Md i for first aid tat any cut,
al defense against those",, natJon-J one daughter, Mrs Melinda K.OolUrtochek |bruise and abraJiions Incurred
Nothing abort of a m bath al Miami; a while te or around the pool I i
the eylaioa fir Miss Palmer will" \!rothac-John C. Lyons of Uamad.L .)I 0. There shall be no smoking eo
destreqr the tftect of the allMing" ; and a sister, Mrs. Erases 4 the walk surrounding the pool '!,
Crawford of Marine Grove 111
,
Persons. street clothes
M
and minister advertisements tC the are :
liquor Automata upon the minds o( expressly requested. not to walkon : w
our tWatn. That crusade, the "Johnson's address was well I the walks surrounding the fMKiL,
Insets aauat become the line 4 med. wasn't ttt" 11. The snanagenent reserves the
national Detent, supported fcjrcoiutaat I Yes, two ftlrds of the audience' right te expel any person err perjOM
appeal to the intellectual, ,had their watches out tcfert htInlshed boast Die pool win willfully J

the.i ken human at faculties the emotional, part of I ."-Ex. i I 1 or naUdoosly engage an activltieiTurner's .

Light mtd The mirage to shed John 0. Sally real M*. U U
It on the part of 1IIIr rightthinkIng AMERICAN LEGION} Funeral Home
people ii the hope of civilization
our f
I Meets tint aad third Wednesday ] U-1I AMBULANCE SERVICE
again the ravage and I p. .. American Lectea Bide, "\ < t
Lady Attendant
propugandaUoa of
alcohol It
U
ai (old peat office) Sralb Kremer
now organized In this country \ .. 11--..... fie. Phone S84-B homestead Hs.'W !
Miss .Palmer +mphaiiied. I Kdthihg.Likeit

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Don't Neglect Summer There's nothing like owning; a home of*yotjr *

own Designed and built according to your '

-own need, and ideas. Paid for according to ,! ..tYlm'

i Fertilizing income-like rent under the FHA. 1S :t

We'll be glad to advise you about materials amifinancing. et:.
Don't neglect the summer fertilizing of yew grove. We I'.
I'
s Drop in and talk over your pdq,. \

'.l carry mixtures for avocados, citrus, limes and other Or can us today. 1;f r

''i tropical fraits. Groves should be sprayed<< doing the fH "'lj *

next three months to insure clean, bright fruit Don't 4 .., fI" : i !!ri '

wait Do it now.

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Manufacturers-dl, d Brand Fertilizer W.D.HorneCo.

nONE It ntAwir iv ROT w r. QSTUQ. I1.A.
Frank L. Skill Owner
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MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS
N. Krome Ave. Phone 507-J ,

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I Friday, July33,1937 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Para Five ,.:'
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: it SWIP 11 "'et''r..t tn the tiMHintalM of \
I for four week :Georgia and North ChrattM.Mr. M

Mr. and M-* P.:a Bled and l and Mrs. Gordon Ivey. Mr
.
tectin, Jr.,art xpeeMlM tuni tv,fr Water Mr Dexter Home
Saturday from a vacation spent and their cousin Dukea Welt, returned
. Mr. and Mra. Bird In the moun- Sunday eight from Day- ;
....... by Pontes M t,. B. lara Beads where they eteaded
Camp Ckwdmaat,sear *.- ,a _lon .f the haoat falRiJ). Mr. i
1 ; *. Ala.Mayor and Uo.O. A. West and their twochildren.
Lucille nd Buddy, went
: l and Mr*. Tom Harris and to Georgia from Daytona Beach ;
-.Tommy, returned w. far a ww*', visit with f I\iws. ;
.aI, ought" (ram a vacation T Mr.ml ...... H.Center went fromOaytona ''
week 'p..t In Georgia : Ormfton.W.V., '
North Carothia. fsr a vaoalisa i ]

Mr. and Mr. Ifs t.. Brown and' Mrs. Carl Tweedell, secretary to .
two tons rrtarovl Wedim-: County Agent C. H. Wettanl sad .; I
> from a visit of three weeks tn office secretary .t the Redlaad L
: ... Ala. Accompanying District Chamber .f CamaMrce, t ,
on their return wa Mr.) returned to her poet Monday saomhig "
'* father, 3. It Brown who' after a vacation et two weeks I :
visit them here tor several pent Miami..
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Mr. and Mrs C. H. Rice, their
I' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deden ...' two eon and Buddy Fitzpatrickand .
to Homestead Wednesday Theodore Know)** returned .
front a vacation ot several (Continued on Pate Eight) (
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I reefing I inch Overlap Joint
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: :: : 85 Ib.Sate! 1

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2.10 per fen
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400 And 200 sq. /t per roU. For use on all. AC +
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_ MISS BOBBIE SUMMERLIN WEDDED TOIL The Calendar LOCAL DEMONSTRATION CLUBS TO JOIN .

_ L. BURNETT IN DE LAND SATURDAY '" '" .,. IN ALL-DAY WORK MEETING. 'AIJG. 1'9
.. ...
July 33 Sewing bee for Areme The Homestead Home Demonstration -- a good 4-H leader. ,
Summer, ensemble with dubonnet acce*> home of Mr Albert 1' )
Miss Bobble AUarln Dub at the *
Club and
the Redland Miss Eunice
q ady, grid, Mrs
Sum orles. She wore a canon of
Fin daughter of Mrs. Vera Ueybem.
,
Home Demonstration Club will Nellie Murphy
merlin of Homestead, and Herman white rose and asters."Mrs. JIA)11e Meeting of Homestead :dfll"DlII'IIWrf
work
holdpcote aljiday meeting in from the Miami office
Leon Burnett of West film Beach Burnett, the daughter of Business and Professional Women'sClub. the clubhouse of the"Woman's Club at the were vntfent
meeting. Present tjto/
evening In Mn Vera Summerlin of Hon.*- .
Saturday
were married Sum- of Homestead on Aug. 19. A pot.luck were: Mrs. J. D. Wysong, Redland
DeLand. (teed, and the laU Robert July 2 Rebekah district meetIng -
luncheon will be served at delegate to the Woman' liistltutMrs.
The following account of the merlin of Wttfacoochee, Oa., we in I. a O. F. hall \
.
wedding: if reprinted from the graduated from high school tkJ July 28 ....; All day meeting of the noon. Geo. N. Wakefield, Mr* Cfiat!
Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe, delegate Drawdy, Mn. W. W. Bethea.
Dayton Beach Press: June. She was an honor graduate, P. L. & T. Club at clubhouse of and
to the Woman' Institute In Talla. Mrsr A. D. Smith.
"MlM Roberta Algarlne Sum. president of Tier;'cJl\II and jSjalr- Woman's Club of Homestead.
hasaee gave a report July IS of Mrs. Wysong her
Homestead and niece man of the Homestead Sub-t1 b 29 Redland Ladies' Aid gave report
merlin, of July -
the work done at the meeting.A I at the meeting of the Redland
L. W. Summerlln club. at home of Mrs. Anna
of Mr. and Mn. meeting
of the 4-H short Home
report courseIn Demonstration Club which
of Mr. andMI'I.
who hat been attending the West "Mr. Burnett, son Messersmith.
Tallahassee was given by Miss met in the afternoon. The 4iU
J. J. Burnett of Valdosta was
family reunion here at the Sum- Aug. 17 American Legion
Ruth Hendrlcks' and Miss FlorenceMears girls also told the Redland club
and Hel1'llldLeon graduated from high school In Valdosta Auxiliary luncheon
merlin home, with
meeting
of Miami I Miss I I 101 their
Alice
Burnett of Welt Palm Beach were The couple left after the Mrs. Harold Sheffield. ; Wy- trip, and Mrs. Murphy and
song and Miss Lydia Vlhlen of MIN Grady were present.
night In DeLand. wedding to make their home In Aug. It All
married Saturday day meeting and
Redland and Miss Lou BelleXrrennell.
The two-pound box of
; candy
County Clerk Robert Wlngfleld, a West Palm Beach where Mr. Bur. pot luck dinner of Homestead and
Miss Katherine Orfanedesand I awarded the club a* first prize far
friend of the bride, performed the nett la an insurance salesman. Redland Home DemonstrationClubs
Miss Annabel Redd of Home. It stunt Achievement
I on Day was
Mn.
ceremony. Only attendant were Mr. Burnett Is a nephew of at Woman' Club. stead.Mn..
presented, and the Homestead
cousins George-A. West and was formerly
Mr. and Mn. Reno Fender,
R. L. Hobson, the president, club' Invitation to Join In the all-
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of the bride, of this city. The bride employed In the West Grocery In GEORGE:
MANLEY WEDSIN
lave a report of the club' shareIn day work meeting In the Home
was married In a dove gray sport Homestead. MIAMI CHURCH
Achievement Day.. and Mrs.Fred stead Woman's Club building wu

George R. Manley of Miami, eon Redd dl.cuuedth.. need of]|accepted.

riLtU-McMAHAN Graves, Mn. Anderson and Mn.Fuch of Mr. and Mn. Percy T. Manley

ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDDavid *. Clarence who formerly lived In Homesteadwas MRS. A. L. CHANDLERTO Goldie Wolfe, Mrs. Hilda Fox, Mrs.

L. McMahan of Ashevllle\ Gifts were sent by: Mrs. married to Miss Margaret May ADDRESS B. P. W. C. Flora Compton; reception commit.teeMrs. .
Howard Buchanan
N. C., announce the engagementof Manh, Mn. Hammerle of Miami Sunday morning Mn. A. L. Chandler who recent.ly Anna Measenmlth. Mrs.
Mn. W. F. Theu, Mrs. J. A.
his daughter, Miss Thelma Bon. in Riverside Baptist Church spent two yean In Soo Chow, Gertrude Capllnger, Mrs. Thelma

nit McMahan of Homestead, to Thurman, Mrs. J. M. Forte, Mrs. by the pastor, the Rev. J. C. Sim China, will speak to the Homestead Kadford; entertainment Mrs.
Earl L. Field of Homestead. M. D. Jacobaen, Mra. R. L. Hob- Weston Fuller who formerly livedIn
Business and Professional Women's Mullins, Mn. Capllnger, Mra. Abe
and Mr John Anderson.
son
Slims McMahan cam to Homestead Homestead was best man. Club Monday evening on the business ble Gross; home -Mr*. Radford,

January t from Aihevllle, ROBINSON The bride wore a white sharkskin and professional women of Mrs. Edith Bailey, Mn. Mewer-
MRS. JOEL J.
and she has been employed at('ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE suit, white lace blouse and offheface China. smith; decorating-Mrs. Gay, Mrs

the office of Dr. B. E. Gatlin since I Mn. Joel J. Robinson entertained white baku hat Her The public I* Invited to bear Mrs I Fox, Mn. Mollie Wingate; re.portersMrs. .

February. lower were a corsage of tweet Chandler who I I. an Interesting and Wolfe, and Mn. Ad:
with three table of bridge
Mr. Yield la a eon of Mr. and The pea*. Mill Carolyn Rattray wa well Informed speaker. The meet., die Mae John; degree captain-.
high
Wednesday evening.
Mr*. L L Field. He la graduate, the bride' attendant Ing will be held in Legion hall at Mr*. Blanche Chapman.A .
score prize was won by Mn. Curtis *
of Homeatead High School and was After a wedding trip throughthe I p. m. district meeting of No. 24 will
Monroe: the aecond prize, by
a radio mechanic at the state they will live at their new be held July 28 at the I. 0. a F.
M... B. J. Wllklngson; and the cut
home at 58 N. W. NOBLE
GRAND
Homestead Mualc Store for several Thirtysixthcourt ANNOUNCES hull Mn. Wolfe, Mn. Cay Mrs.
prize, by Mn. Geo. M. SonnlchseaA
yean. He" now In the naval RKBEKAH COMMITTEESAt Htid/ord and Mrs. Compton will

reserve station at Opalocka doing I I guest prim was given to Mn. The bride came to Miami threeyean the meeting of the Rebekahs serve at hostesses.The .

radio mechanical work. Vannle Lee Harris Jr. ago from Toledo, O. The I Monday night the new noble grand

Tire house was decorated with bridegroom was 'l1'aduated from I matron, Mrs. Hannah Moon, announced Junior Woman's,Club swim
The wedding will take place thelatter lilies, zinnias and snapdragonsMrs. the University of Miami three' the ,*
the! appointment of the Ming party that wa* o have been
of September or
part
Robinson served salad
a yean ago and I* now employed by fallowing committees: visiting
first of October.
part course and punch. Paramount Enterprises, Inc. I col\lmlttee-M. Nellie Mulllns, postpon-ed

Present beside those mentioned Mrs. Margaret Cay Mn. Florence "
BRIDGE PARTY IS GIVEN were: Mrs. A. O. Cain Mrs. Floyd .
WILKINGSOSMr MRS. BERGER IS HOSTESSTO Pocetti.: finance committee Mn ot the hostesses Mrs. Bruce Ennuf.Good .
FOB MRS.
Fogle, Mrs. Richard KInard Mrs. LEGION AUXILIARY

J. A. Webb law bride George Ruehle, Mn. E. A. Buchanan I

party at her home Saturday night Mrs. Stanley Wittkop, Mn. Mr*. M. A. Berger was hostess

In honor of Mn. B. J. Wllklngson Paul Reynolds and Mn. J. D Per. to the American Legion Auxiliary rf

of Mount Dora who la vliitln Mr. kins Wednesday afternoon at her home A l l

and Mra. A. O. Cain. A color Mrs. Frank Snyder wed made'

scheme of green and yellow was MR. AND MRS. CAIN GIVE chairman of the committee for the'

used In the decorations and refreshment PARTY FOR YOUNG VISITOR South Dade Crippled Children's and AppMvetl i iMrrr
Association. Margaret Berger rested
*. Mr. and Mn. A. O. Cain gave a Charlotte Geronlmo and Robert ..,e

Mrs George Ruehle won the swimming party at the municipal Kuhn
were awarded gift for
high score prize; Mn. Stanley pool Thursday followed by games Husekeeping
selling the most poppies Poppy
Wlttkop. the second prize; and and a wiener roast at the Cain pn is bosons ter she sod masse a d

Mn. OUR Wright, the low score home, In honor of the ninth birth. Day.At Bureau w -. TSAM"
noon a pot-luck fried chicken she ..
ps awe Mhm as s.
prize. day anniversary of Charles WUklngson NDUSEKIEIINC Mst'e
luncheon !
was served are..Paul sASpwe.
Others present were: M.... Ceo. of Mount Dora who with
The next pot-luck luncheon
M. Somtlchsen Mrf. Paul Reynolds his mother, Mn. B. J. Wllklngson,
meeting will be held August 17
Mn Curtis Monroe, Mn. I is visiting Mrs. Wllklngson'f uncle PINT Mill
i at the home of Mn. Harold Sheffield .
Robert Glenn, Mn. E. A. Buchanan and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Cain.A i in Florida City.. MOUTIIWASHCARA 4a.

Mra. J. D. Perkins, Mrs. Floyd white cake with nine pink
Others present beside those mentioned -
Fogle Mn. Wallace Graham, candle wa served with fruit NOME ,
were: Mrs. Wm. J. Geronlmo '
Mn. / M. Holcomb Mr*. Keith, punch. IJ2
Mrs. L. P. Kendrick. Mrs. H. FACE POWDER <**.<*SMtIH
Mr. H. P. McDanlel Mn. Lonnie Those present were: Mrs. Wllklngson -
H. Ewing and Dorothy Kuhn.
Lee Hood, Mrs. Joel J. Robinson Harvey Rue, Carl Frederick ; CARA NOMEPERFUME

Mn. Ted Scarborough and Mr. Charles Martin. Sammy Harris REBEKAHS '1
GIVEN
Claude Campbell. Ben Shuler, Floyd Fogle. Jr., Missing 16t1J1d
SILVER TEAMtmben
Bobby Monroe, Gen and Joe Reynolds CARA NOME

MRS. HARVEY GRAVES Toy Hobbs of Blakely Ga., of Liberty Rebekah *1CARA

HONORED: AT SHOWER: and the host and hostess. Lodge and friend enjoyed a silver COLD CREAM wr

tea Wednesday afternoon
Mr*. Harvey Grave was honored at
at miscellaneous shower given MRS. J. >R. HICKSON IS the home of Mrs. Jos. Cay. The NOMEEYEBROW 50"

for her at the home of Mr*. Robert HOSTESS TO AUXILIARY louse wa decorated with garden PENCIL

Anderson Friday afternoon by Mr*. The Presbyterian Auxiliary met flaeers! CARA NOME !
Fred Fuch and Mr Anderson. Uodnesday afternoon at the home Bingo furnished the entertainment 'jL'ue

The gift were placed In a pink and of Mrs. J. R. Hkkson In Nannja. for the afternoon. Those who BATH SALTS

blue basket a* the guests came In. Mrs. R. Y. Burr conducted the won prize were: Mrs. JToirPavctti ,)

The hostesses served: punch. Ice Bible study and Mr*. C. Ben Plum. Mrs. E. S. Caplinger, Mr SHARI '1RLCNZO

cream and cake. mer presented the program, which a C. Radford Mrs Gay ant Mis. FACE POWDER ewe. / Jue

Those present were: Mrs. W. B. was followed by a abort business Ralph Moon .

Cave, Jr. Mrs. Bryce McClain, meeting. f>Sandwiches cookie, grape, ked JResN1.rasos

M.... Homer Sullivan. Mr*. a M. Those who attended were: Mrs. tea and grape punch, were hived RENTAL CHEMEKUNZO

.i Cooper, Mr*. Ben King Mrs. H. S. Wolfe, Mre. R. E. Trotter. I b y Mr* Gay wh was assisted by

Mn. Burr, Mrs Plummer and the Mr. Harry D Wolfe; I '28SHAVING -'

hostess.DR.M.A.BERGER. I CREAM Abaa.... ..,... I

'DR. B. F.

STEBBINSRegfalered Optometrist I DR. R. S. JAK ETA'"(I BAY HARMONY, RUM etwrwrAFTERSHAVES .35":


It TEARS DENTIST I
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Practice la Homestead
Dentist .25c
Room 8 and T Offlc fleam t ax **, ie t f, m POWDER ,
Arcade
McCrory leowaye l le 11 ALL ELECTRIC: RCBBLR.I HEAT CONTROL
Hour: .
First National Bank 0,100
Saturday. '."-__ 7.30 to 10 p. m. Closed Salerdars SAFETY BEET I'l'.

MAIM OFFICE Building Free Parking: Space

JJ*. W. Flatter. Miami. Fla '

II rtwnet: 1-I315-I.UII Office Hours 8:304:30Open 1764 ft w. SITU ST. MIAMI THE DIXIE DRUG .

I* W. fiteatuu, Associate Evening br Appointment mONK f-titi Homestead, Flprtda.PI



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[I SOCIAL 'EVENTS irrrsnitching I pledge. was adjourned with the: SERMON .TOPICS I


Those present wor*: Lou Belle mn\ttnimt** Mimntmimim*** **m **tm* :
I- ..... CLASSIFIED ADS I
GrenneH, Annabel Red* QoldiaGrennell. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH .il' I

MISS MART BELLE. GIBBS Hilda DMtsoit ItrVrfrlj:I July U Morning sermon I

HEADS UNION COMMITTEE Kelly Virginia Kinner, JuMa Sullivan fey the .... Omit smith of RATE: First Insertion 104 a line; subsequent Insertions I j

Miss Mary Belle Gibbt was apo Teresa Redd. Mllfred Sev- Fort Mills, S. c.; evctdng set- I 84 a line

\IOint.d.ebairlw.n of the social try Fern Robertson Mary RaU- Seen by Mrr C. N. Walker.METHODIST .
ford, Faye Skinner, Barbara Mil-
>> ervics committee of the Senior FOR RENT SEE: a C. MURPHY about beMitiul -
I tier. Katherine Kelly Madene Gilmore nUT CHURCH I without down ;

t League Union at a meeting which. Mrs. Severy Warene Sew, July ti ........ tkenetA FURNISHED APARTMENT. Summer payment gas McCrory ranges Arcade. j

was held at the Taitoux Memorial try, Katherine Orfanedes and Mrs Strange AmMtton-'i ....- .rates C. R. Bigger,
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4 Church in Miami July 11 Carlson. lag throw -Tk Neglected N. t Jnd ave ()y IS 1041 10 ACRES pine land MO feet frontage .

1P Oatdeu." on south side Epmere drive.
Those who attended Homestead t
Brem il FOR RENT Modem 4-room I .
adjoining Seaboard railway; ISO

0 were: Mr. and Mn.' J. E WOMEN! MAKE i CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: CHURCH furnished apt, clean, cooL Mrs. per acre. H. A. Cameron Homestead -
ClaM, Misses Helen and Antlon. ,
i July M Imam_ Eva Collins, Federal highwayand rhoo 71 In 4 tt).
fJ ette Moye, Mime Edna Nell and (Continued From Pap Two) I I subject -Tratb" Biscayne dri e. (Jn laU)

Betty l Richard Misses Helen and I I : FOR SALE: Tropical plants, eftI ;
87.88 and (9.33 miles hour for
Grace Field, Misses Edwina and per I FOR RENT Modern broom I pus trees and tropical fruit in

1t Martha Cloae, Miss Netla SauU,,' I9.000 mites.and 15,000 kilometers, say hang Ltod.LIR&'a the Swedish Grave alghUft- apt Mrs. Peter Johnson SOT W. I season. Jungle Orov*, Redland

Min Evelyn Smith and Min Glbbi I respectively.World time records for six.i iI I' Is burled la Ualven. Kaglaad. I 12th St (jolt U)1 I I road and Plummer driv*,
The next meeting of the union
1t 1p will be held In Homeitead.MRS. I seven, eight, nine and 10 days-also I I HOUSE IN FLORIDA CITY tar i[ R. I. RED FR\PJRS-lJve: or dress*

were approved by the association I rent by year. Furnished or un eel. Free delivery in city. Phase

I McNEILL HOSTESS 'a. new International class C records furnished. Inquire Leader-En I'I 835-M. McEwen Poultry PlantMISCELLANEOUS

1I TO W. M. B. CIRCLES and, further the 10,352 kilometers terprise
covered by the Ford V-8 In three I "

, Circles One, Two and Three ol days 13,832 kilometers in four r. FOR SALE :I ;,
the W. M. S. of the Homestead
days and 17,008 kilometers In five TREE( It excess acid cause you
:Methodist Church met Tuesday FOR SALE Large refrliltrator.I .
days were ratified for the record : stomach ulcers, gas pains, mdlgertlon -
afternoon at the home of Mn. J. I Reasonable price. Royal Palm
II book heartburn, belching, i i'bloat'n.
A. McNeil Mr*. George Ranson I State Park. (pJy23)
'
I International records are classified I *. nausea set free sample
conducted Bible I .
itudy. ..
thq
according to engine size and 'BARRED ROCK breeding stock. doctor's l'WKTlptlon. Udga, at
the. 1 hour Mrs. Me.Jelll .
I :> Owing served V, >and tandwlchei. : the new marks established by the I Prize winnen. 1 pen of Bishops,J Dixie Drug (pmT-jvZS: ,
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Ford V-8 fall In group C. limitedto I, I pen of Parks, also White Leghorn r
Others who Attended were: Mrs.C. PIANO TUNING and "oalrlng.! .
engine with piston displacementfrom I'
S. Cupllhger Mn. D. L. Bowen, 3,000 to .000 cubic cent1metel'l. SERVICE YOU LIKE pullets. Good used plait, for sk.e cheap. :

Mr*. John Anderson, Mn. ChesterRedd POULTRY EQUIPMENT. Battery '| W. E. Koon. 1111 N. W. JidSIUM
: The piston displacement, I brooders accommodate 1
Mrs. Robert Glenn Sr. Mn Careful checking: and thorough | to 1000
,
of the Ford V-8 engine of Si-horse( attention and Inspection which I| chickens. Also S movable poul. lul" A. D. INI. his, 111-4
VMm Booth, Mn. C. W Avery o..OL1': ; ., ,
cubic I'MM I Ip I. my flew and U' --1o
Is 3,600
t Mrs. C. D. Eaker Mrt. Joel J. Rob. power approximately w* insist upon In every case, I try houses in excellent condition 'HrMhm for tan dead ta tout ......,,. I
centimeters. This places it in the I, Fla. type with metal roots. Will I ta MMfU with 1 lu>. sold Orttlli.i.mknuM ..
-trim .n't: TE."K. Atkinson Mn. the dependable '
gives
lower half of the classification you conscientious UW f. ''awl.. 4..rrlW4 prow rtnu.t '. I
O L. Showaltef and Mist Jennie I II service you want We I. accommodate 100 hens each .4 in node Counir FlurMm i.. .nUt : I .
bracket As world records do not I V-K ELECTRIC PUMP In good I S, Murk S. Cashes fo.,1 1'1. S 1!
tobdcll Involve any limitations, the Ford i pprtclate your patronage and condition. Bonk II, M it. lo tin city .< Ml.ml I 1
Cam .J D.d.. 8<.U a Fbf MTht >
;;- I I V-8 engine holds eight open; we know that its! continuance 'Mrs. Alice Simons, R. F D. Box I' WMMMrt ot MM m ,ty .l"UM t'I.,
CHURCH OF HASWATERMELON records in competition with engines depends upon our ability to Mid Orttrk.w bawd VM In old n>mof -
SOS Silver Palm drive .
comer .
I ".k....... UnlMO, MM IVrticihall .
CUTTING of any site. j satisfy you.RED and Richard road. (jyDlf) kt l.A.emrd _nil.. to I.". ,.. I .
Members of the Church of God, I I Messages congratulating the I II I W4 will bra ,IkWM Mh.. KUk .Io l "

old and, young, enjoyed the watermelon women driven on their feats and THURMAN'S :POTATO LAND 10 acres only.I.f P.July.... A.thin D.IStk ISS7 day ef J...... A. t> 1M7H. .
I I the I : Soil depth, 1 ft to 4 ft. $123 S. LKATHFRMAN
cutting which W. P. Cash, the French Ford Company on I SERVICE STATION per ,..
Clark of ClrmM C rt
I superintendent of the Sunday: quality of Its production were I I acre. H. A. Cameron. lade Cramr.. rnrlikLClnull w

school, gave on the lawn of the I( cabled by Edsel Ford. s. Krome at 3rd street I Court ..... I I
Tuesday evening I 4-ROOM HOUSE and lot, out of _By N. C. STERRKTT.: D t' 7 i

parsonage LEGAL town. $300' .00 cash. H. A. Cameron *
Games, also, were part of the i NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR TAX '
Jnll tf) PRKD-SoMIN'KlOT I
evening's fun. I NO WONOrll M kmkf .!_ than Wlllto MMWIIIIUM ,
wereMr.. and NOTICE I bold.. M slew se Chip of ,
Those attending : WE fiLL THE
8-ROOM frame
TO AI.L AND RINOULAB THIS NCN.Ipeas : | / hou,8t. new shingleroof milk Miami Tn OnlflraW Nu-hot d ,
Mrs. Cash Mr. and Mrs. ... H. Dod- O'RO SOUTH DA OK COUNTY i EGG BASKET I all city Improvements; 4 1114. .ikKed the 'lk day '"f .............. A.
t TRUCKFHBj D. IMt" ku (U.l MU C.rttfiMM In WD 01.
Mr. and iMn. Henry Kufeldt .
IOn, ARRIWIATIONPANDATO
Wf GET acre ground, U bearing avocados
Alt WHOM.IT ..
!'Tri :c:3. ,Few ..4 .... BWW .i >llr.Ho. for loa .
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Dickinson, ; GREICrlNGatYes. FUloPEPEGG 18 limes, variety of miscellaneous ta IMW IkOTMH In oMeMaiMO with law j
and aack o< roil, ar konor nUfM .. '.......1.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. TomerUn, Mrs. I or. fruits, price 1800. Sold Ottlfl t> omkrooM MM *
IM I MASH .
MM a ajootlaaaf UM aMOjoora 4H6 pd wrur, .11..1" In Dodo OHmpM t
Gladys Buck Mrs. T. J. Orfanedes South Dado County Fruit bnwor'o an* Can sell on terms $700 cash balance ty. '" .: .. : I ,
Mrs.. Mills Mrs. Clara Van Tracker1 AoMrlotla will ko held at UM! $30 month. This Is out Lot IS. Slack. .. R..*..... of Mil Sa I \
Woman'> Club H M In RrdI.!* FI.Hd per 4 T_... of Lo'"'. In the GMT 4 1
I MI.JOtM'phine Pratt, Winkle'j at throe IS MM) o clock. *' m'. ** Tf4l.\\ of the city. An excellent purchase mouth MI>.1 Ou.l, of Do4X Runts .
UM loth tv of Anrat, A. P. IMT >t I at ,land.. !
tjpj and Dom Ada Dodson H. A. Cameron (jnll U)
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I which tin and plant a iml bmlMHMMlM The MtMinmt of MM import ......
thy Klnnar, Katherine Orfanedes, thill .k. hod foe the = at 1 tko MM 'ertNb'ate intend as ta the MM '
Noftle, Joel and Corrine Cash,I Normitbtal w dh.d.iae this FOR MORE EGGS 20 ACRES, of which t acres are ot Unk.aao.Usk. .
sod tar the iVtonnliuttMi of any and .111 I AND HEALTHIER HENS MM! CwtlflroM okoll W ........ ,
balance land. About
1 1I tibby Jan Buck, Elsie and Nellie atlas Mutton which may W ptap.rly'' feed the famous HL-O-FEP oatmeal glade, pine tt MroHlmr to low Ul *o.4 will IOIMIknvoa
1I I Mills. -Esther and Marie and tewf.ll> .krMMkt befall UMY _In.. I 27S neglected trees-grapefruit, on tko Skis ao. of AwMt A. D l
I ... wilL .).. covers rwratlordliwlir. aw' base mashes according to the, be last
fcathaet Dodson, Virginia rit.0-PEP riaa. Oatmeal ta the oranges and tangerines-can Doled this tlit day .f 1.1,. A. D I,,". ,
Van Winkle Doris RUfeldt,1 >C. A. FROSCHER S.metay. highest digestible, form of grain i reclaimed. $1,130. Can make C. H LEATHKRMANClrraH j
Melba (Jolt I' 1S. ... Aawt el.re Is than some terms. Cloth .f Cinmit c......
Mary Dickinson and more cooling con or, Dado Couat Flnrlda,
I \.rchet and Harvey nexam wheat product, making H Ideal forwarm I Phone 71 IL A. CAMERON Oust SM).
"so climates. A.k'or the FREE I R N C aTERRIfIT D C ,\
i uck, Walter and George Kufeldt, NATURQLCASI rVL-O'I'tr Poultry Book. a Or tl. Ave. e. 16.'S.I: 111; \
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a Mr, Jr., Billy and George ASme ;! .
It kinaon, Milton and Junior 11 D 0 PEE Buy a Home, NOTRE i>r IIKKU APPLICATION-IMT4 FOR TAX .,

e itch,' Harry Parks, Theodore: Buy Grove Land Motto lit barrios dvoo that Morih. IbrInr. .
I For Cooking and Water Heating| ZOO MAin knld.r M owlM CIt of oulk ;
>rbnedes, Warren, Wilson and Miami Tai VnlMrou orN* t.. IW7Mr4 ;

>liter Cash, Johnnie Littl Truand -' D. Homestead 11 Distributed bv Buy Glade LandIt Uw .tk day of ...-,..,.. A. I). I
oil Lyon llECTOR lay, kM filed' MM' Onirirau In aiy .J-
a'Deil is _Edward : SUPPLY CO.WXIK Is my firm belief that higher fine, Kd hu made aoplfeoUm f, I.. \

.... prices are Imminent. dad lo haw deviants l. aoardaor. with
.onw.m.A. Uw. SaM OrllfluU ...b..... 1/.. f..I Ilawlnl 1- '
4-II SUMMER Tomerun.1 Don't Quibble stout price. described nioportlf, ItuUM' I. 'Dad ,
0000.<*. "."..,.. cash 1
Dos wait. Ul ... Work K. rronklln ....,,..
a.By.Katberia* Buy BOW. hi tit, Cur ot Moth Miami Coootr o(

,........, Ode SOU. eI norlda.TlM .
You'll thank me for this suggestion MooMMont af said mporty u..>l.r
f"---from .1 a few months hence. : the MM e .I,..... k*"o4 WM ,lo ..... iwm
I of u. _..
conduct the meeting II. A. Cameron I UnhM MU Cartirlrato shall kr n.orat.o4 .
tooto MnnHn lo .tow. U. dead will I..'.t
In the club room I
these ajl tk. (lath 4or W Aucvt A. 0.
answered roll I "
taLIrrd she Is going Tueaday'l LEGAL NOTICE I II'Doted thin JM E. B day LKATHrHMAK/ I..",. A. I) 1 lul7

-ils'mmmer.Therecord. 1 I CMrh ot Clewit ('. ,.....
books were, NOTICE 0' APPLICATION FOR TAX DaaVCaHMr. .' ..
..
awls
1 I DEED CI. Ctiort
nd each girl told what- year of I nu N" SANSNotion B> N. O. STEimr.TT. I' C.
ach project'she was In. Also the I b Wr':'trlf''ci: / A' Wlr.M .I Ur St. An*. '. IS. ';. u.
... (Mhb-r u irf HlwnlT
sewing requirement sheets wereiivujvout .. OntlflnM Moi>.lHn< UTM and NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX
lever ...-.. UM 4lh 4w July A. D. DRKO-A MM-JI
vj I IMi, kw filed MM rnttM ta *>r .!. : BIN No III)
Assignments were made as fol- f W >M kM _fit._llc.Uo far U. 4"4 I HOTICI-: : tilVKN Itwl M.omH .
i UMTMII III (MonbiM* with M. 0._. kaMw W _.. owl I'"tin1 -
>ws: Annabel Redd and Goldla WNM c.nt/,..... .. the "'".I TH CarttflralM Nn. 4S4S and ..... b-
a demonstration on Sawing des abed pr'sere. dtsWd fa Pod. sued the '.1 4or of Ana-vM, A. O, IMT. knIn
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irelVl.11 Lou Belle Crennoll BUY THE County, ,labs, : fed game mr 01...., sod kM OHMM
; Lot t. ahrk r Mrpbd. rest. took aplkattaa too a U. ..4 lo ko laved
... one on v I Is, Ones .. In this City o* Mtawl Can.o _. told CorUfbwoa Mnkro>. MMdowrthM

.wajrting: and Annabel and 8)It nay be fun to "take a chance"-but tr knead of Dade.Is .5.t." No riorMi.H'M.M MXlrlnM The !.Mimi"of Po4V Sou .rr=.In Warm MM ,11 untt -

larbnrKMlller, one on the. laying why iambi when you buy rasor blades asamm..t of on" 0Oa_is sailor the Lot I BWk 4. Norlkwoot HukUiO. .
I X DOW _11..101 Wend was fa W 6000i Plat B. SS. 1'... IS te la. O nl,
f a pattern. Every one was ask. Probak Jr. setting at 4 for lot. 1 II a doublet i of II......., of D.*. Slaw "' irtarMa. .. nknr d jt i'.btlll" some colored em. im IA a. Blork I. ..."...... rh Steak Cortlflrau No. 4S4*. Tko M.I...-
roMaiy.-thrtad and piece of 15 edge blade of known quality; ,made by the II, Mr* S. ta UM Cfcf aC MI.Mt Cmtr wnt of MM p.paty Senior .... mid
b world's largest produce of raise blade 1 W Dodo, Stata A fWkta. M nbkr r rtlflrM too.... ass tm tko MW of \
Inch white cotton blots, it 4tr Vnkmw.
iclt.by 13 ( < CareNkat.:: M* II7SV The
i This week's hostesses Katherine Automatically ground,toned sad stropped 4 a'wscme.tsold' ties st. Wi Lot I nbah' 4, r.rft: .,
saw CaeUIWle intend was a w ammo a Sutal; flat Book tit, UwCaoatr
>rfan dea and Virginia Kelly, by a special process,U glides..the tender C "AI i d 11.._.. of Oaao. BMM w r.......... aom .
and cookie Next spots without puB or Irritation.Buj Frobekt I. II.... sold CMlIlIoaIoa shop ... ad.e.wd :not .ta (:.n!'MMa N.. 4S4t rtu.MM .
trved.punch 1 a .
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L d ..sedl.e M law. lace dmd elll __.. III sold paga.tnade I
.etk the hostesses will be Anna. 3r. at your dealt todv. ..Jjjfir j'. tin rmx ao UM ITtk day, of .1.._ A. O OorMllMW boaiS waa ta UM name
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bell Rdd and Barbara MUJer The i I 1 DaM able 141* 4>r of J.itr A. D ISS1.K. af II..11... _sold ConlflMtM ..... ko M'im ,1'

B. MATHEaMAN. H aoror4lai lo .... KM aroomv aVoraVW
Clark of ClruM Cowt.M eh e.I, will ko now la Iko .1aIIM bid-
1 T. TOMERLIN PROI3TAII4J 1.d- County, ........ oW M UM CavrtlMoo AM a* tkx trot i
: N. o srreiacTT, D. cClrroll MonaVr ra kV Nimble af BoaMokn. IMIwklrk .
TRANSFER Court aaal.J b UM ok au o< S.anaikor.. IM!
c- BHJWB.Tptrt I i ( -"/ IS ... ... "... .. IS). DOW Iklo Slot day' -f July. A. II 1m
vcraeoi TO S t. B LBATHCMMAN! 1

,reigbt. ""eed. Shavings. NOTICE or APPLICATION. POI TAX fbrk of clean T .rt
Hallie.Ja I UNto ft BIAIDESP DIED Dade Oantr, Fields
!I eta JHeomt4 ,. I Nat" II iue.by' .10. that D. UltonvW Clmtt C,wt IraL
g perrhew hidM _._ City Ml.M4 a, N O tnCHSETt 11 '
w ABfitiBLfttm! 1WLDI1P.Bd.w1 MAMU TOO Grogginess K..- ...... *>W4 Ur ... Ate s, n so>. t .




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reading by Ma.: Jaa. M.Dobbin, a
IN AND AROUND duet by Mrs Ltoyd>Belts and Mrs.Joe .
Done, a piano solo by MM I
HO IF.S1EAD Bonnie Belle :Myers a reading by I IMtI. '
"It No Sin"
Margaret Kennedy and a MAA
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piano solo by Mr*. Charles' din, Iso
(ConiuMied tram Peg Five) ton.
Tuesday noon from .n ..1hWaJomau.
down the tipper Florida NARANJA to shop here and save those extra pennies :
Keys in Mr. Rica' motor-attboat Bz Lens Jacfcassi
The lies family will leave In their on the highest quality groceries, meats and

trailer Monday: for Tiacatooaa, Miss Marie Macey ot adland
: that be obtained.
Ala,where I'\erwl1l visit relative vegetables can
was a visitor at the c.W. SMggcr i i
before going to the North CaroUni, hone Monday.
mountain to spend the rest of the

summer vacatiG& Walt Bailey, W W Carmichael P. J. FRANKLIN Inc11 :
I and Dr. Alexander spent Sunday
Mr*. Emma Iby and hM daugb fishing at Cape Sable. ,
ter,LaVentet arrived 1ftCovlnrton Homestead I
Tuesday front Ky. to Mr. and Mr*. J. & Holland of Phone 40 Homestead Fla. We Deliver
visit Mn. Eby' parent, Mr. and Ceral Gables,were dinner guest
Mrs. S. tt FKcll.Mn at Mr. and Mr*. Ray Cavendar on
Sunday, PHILLIPS' Sunbeam Assorted DELICIOUS
DonaUwft Underwood the .$* V
mother ef Ma. Leo B. Bishop and Miss Charlotte Darling has returned Tomato Juice PICKLES FIG BARS '. .
Mrs. Pauline McConnelJ of Home. to Miami Beach after
toad, was removed Sunday from spending a week with her parent, GIsnt Cans' 10 oz.jars
her borne to the hospital at Mag- Mr and Mrs. A F. Darling Mr.I
I noUi, N. C., where her condition and Mrs L. H. Greer were dinner 3 Cor 25c each lOc 21bs .. 25c
was reported .* showing a slight guests at the Darling home Sunday
improvement yesterday. Mri. '

Bishop been in and constant Mr*. McConnell attendance have at Charles Turner of Redland was Soda Crackers I lb. pkg. :lOc

their mother's bedside line leaving in overnight guest of John. B.
Homestead about ten day ago Graham Sunday.

Mr. and Mn.C. H. Steffanl have Mr. and Mrs. C. Aadenoa: and
purchased the house west of the family have returned tern a visit SUGAR bulk 5 Ik ZSc
Future Farmer clubhouse an with relaUIt Georgia.,. ,
:Eleventh street and plan to move I -
Yore Saturday I Mrs. Albert Sykes of Modellb

FLORIDA CITY I spent Mr*. H.Monday C Jack-with_ her mother MILK any brand, 3 tal Cans 21C

Mrs. Joan Graham at Miami
**.
Mm w.flavw7b f ee.ap..d..f
pent the week-end la Naran}
,with her mother, ..... G. W. Monte Grown PLEASU Moiurciri
Mr. and Mrs Clyde Main' and ,
Moody. .
Apple Strawberry Farm ITottsePEAS
infant daughter, Virginia Clair, Sweet Potatoes
returned Monday after a lilT ot JAM26oz.jar..25c
several snontha to North Carolina SERVEL-
5 Ibs. 24c
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Clid kcOavtd ol Plant City U eac hNo.2.cai2tl

a visitor la Florida. Oty. Electrolux Dried Baby Lime JELLOBEANS

. Boy CbandlerTa- : mother and I ICECREAMPOWDERS Fancy Whole GrainRICE .

unfMt brother arrived Thura I
! day of bat week from Clarkaton, Runs on Kerosene '
Ca., for a short visit.They brought :a Ibs------- .
f witt.thaJalW1.Edward (coal oil\
! Chandler who bad visited, and in Jackie Geor- pkgs. ..... 25c 5 Ibs _...,.. 25c
f Its for the past month. No matter how far you live from Bulk Shredded
I gas main and power line, you BULK BULK
( ran now have all the advantage
Mr. and Mr* R M. Brown and of finest city refrigerationtor COCONUT Pitted Dates Brown.Sugaiplb.
Charlie Brown motored to West just a few cent a daft Serve

Palm daughter Beaeft, Mn.E.Saturday.A. Durrance Their, and Refrigerator! Electrolux, duplicate the Kerosene in all u. 25c lb. u. .. 17c 41bs..25cCountry -

( her Infant son returned with,them Important way the famous Ga
i for a one-week visit lIere.I Refrigerator that baa proved It* 1
I efficiency and economy tat hundred
.. Mr. and Mrs. *of thousand af city home '
. Edward Bishop and apartments during the past Roll Butter lb. 36c
returned
Wednesday from a two tea years A single, glow-type
week visit In Georgia and the burner circulate the refrigerantthat ,
I wut coast of Florida. produce perfect food-pre
I serving cold and. freeze lie
I Miss Eleanor: Kendrick of La. cube and desaerta---mttho.t
carne, Ala., la visiting her broth friction, noise. or moving, wearIng Pillsbury Flour
er-ta-law and later, Mr. and Mr*. Servel part And owner report IOlh.hag55c.
Elesteolu
I W. & Mills, at the horn of MraB. for Itself with Its actually savings pays
JL Edwards.
Own U eav easy >nr l aae plan Tender and
j Mr and Mr*. Clifton. DtBerry Cube Steaks fcLocal I
I and family moved Into the Stillng J. W. MAGINNIS Delicious, each iI i
; cottage OA Avenue B Yetis week Branch Manages I i
Mr. DeBerry lived In Florida City
, 18 "'fllCQ. i If 5 IT. Krean Aver1110Jt SLICED SELECTED CITY CHICKEN
t _
; Mrt Blanche Chapman and her B. BACON CALF BRAINS Drum .Sticks :
daughter, Mrs. Mary Johnson of
South Miami motored to Fort I i
Lauderdale Saturday evening to lb. _... .. 35c' lb. _u... I5c each _u__ .. ut !
attend a banquet of the Southeast
Postmaster Council. "TASTY" Luscious, ripe LOCAL
I
M Little Gloria SUvermaa I* a Ginger Snaps BANANAS Stewing Hens
guest this weak of Mr. and Mrs

Eddie Snvcrman of Miami Beach. 2.s. ____u 25c 31bs. .. ... IOe lib. ___ _;..- ..; -28c '
Mayer and :Um M. Sllvcrman
entertained the following guests on
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. & S. Sliver- E
man and -.Mr. and Mrs. S. Sil- Fryers fngo. ::3S C
berman an*two children Mr. and _:
Mr*. B. If. Shafner of Braaklyn JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA
and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie SUvennan.
o.wcn NIM'ft.___

The ladle Aid Society of the .lHJOy. .,"--SUMMER' ...+r.COMMIT.....II a..lire.. Del Monte Coffee SfflluZfoCobbler i
Community Church sponsored ai _....... _.......... ,
i benefit tea Wednesday afternoon 1L (n.-tq dw.! ,
== & :
.;; Kt the ham of Mr*. John.Rohrer. .': R. "= "
\ .d ... .+a ... u a i
Ura. Bohrer and Mr* Lacy CUn- -.-.'t
toll Mien the committee la charge. r All CONOfTIONIB E
..... Potatoes
tocmtt U\lHaa lk.aSc
.'J* The vrsfram ewutsted of two piano I DI.-G AND erase(0"IOOItII" 1140'I
s duaia by Catherine Rohrer and it.ar.9m.a.O.ter,...IIr1M
'I Shirley D ruM, a song and Planet .011 .

+ kvbt t bf Matloria taogham, a 1--........... .....lawl1is..........] SWIFTS CHICLK' WESTERN i I
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Use LIIIIIc., ,|Enterprise o.a.. II a" PICNIC HAMS Ib. JtSc [ CHUCK ROVSTlb.a4C
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