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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 30, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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: UF00087294:00134
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME XXV-NO. 31 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY SO, 1937 PRICE FIVE CENTS : -"',



1 MAIS cur- I 1300 Attend Exhibitions Swimming at City Swimming Diving Pool!.HURRICANE; RESCUE CORPS i I



PHONE LINE; i i I Nearly three hundred .persons took pH l I. till iwlmmen' dem I Ii MOEEBEFOREDISASTERStFteTOBESOUGHTHERE ,

1 attended the water show\ at the ollatnot.\On.\ To be elaaaed: aa a. ,
municipal swimming pool last night swimmer, a candidate mot swim
"VBITATPOOL!land MW Manager Ted fUcJcr put the length of. the pool and backagit "
I through their paces member q4{ stake three surface dive
I his free Instruction clone from and two racing dive. swim on hisback
,'j 'beginner to advanced swimmers with thumb held In air' and .J
I'and divert, mint only feet for propulsion Rotes to Contact Other

Wire Stolen, Insulators The nile for boy II yean *Wand trend water lor 10 aeoandi wit TilE WEATHER Organizations for

Shot, Park Warden under, across tile pool an4j| I thumb held above water, aakitncta <) ORbfd _.... ..v oC dot Bub-**) CCoopuaUon ,
Issues Warning back a distance ol 120 feet wa \ a demonitration of artificial 1-- 106110". na..a.a raV4116 I
won by Richard Bigger Roger I respiration The iwimmiegrion
TilE EO ABOUT
TELLS
Glenn was second and Sam Biondo ( went through all these exhtbitlOK : Data ,iMaz.Mlal) Bar Rat.
SWIM TANK DRAINED third. Insufficient entries lltnint- *. July Z3 I tl I 7J 130.01'' .01 UNIT HE COMMANDS

TO CLEAN OUT GLASS tel tie girl*' race in this c..... A group of eight boy and girls July U I I. I 'lZ 130.0x.07
July 25 ,_ I 88 I 73 I I .70 Radia7l
from V'' junior life Having -dMm I Has 'Cal Kit-
Robert Sykes was first: In thrace ,
Jllly 3t _,. hi'{ I 10 130.031 1.17
Guard Rail Section Torn dtlrlOll4lwled the bead carry.cross .
down the length of the pool, chen Transportationand
July 11 90 1 III 130.0111 U4 ,
Out Benches Thrownin distance of US feet for boy -elicit carry tired swinuneyscarry h'hO !
a over
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I and rtUf.cial: reiplratioA. July 2S 111 I 30.081 Boat' Crews I
tl old. Theodore Knowlct i
year
WaterWanton" July 29 .1 93 1 70 '180.071ABANDONED
cam in second and Elmer Martin, In the dl mg rjtniDiuon, 15 l ,
Clement L. Thed/eomiiMiwkr of
IJrd. clnnor! wvrv through the p1<<-.1 I
dettfUctlon of eltypropcity' .l. 'Twenty youngsters took part lathe front, :aik-kn't, swan, back, ,,: the Diaaater Relief Rescue Corp
at the' municipal swimming beflnnen' exhibition and, U Bin ball, ktwpie and collapse CAR of Coconut Grove described thohlltol'7
late ia the I
pool Sunday night subJect -
dlven. An exhibition of advanced
and of that
et-up organ
by the of an police Investigation department this, acting week| diving was riven by Mil Barb .a FOUND LIGHTS ON iration in a talk to the Uomeatead
MCKEE TEMPEST Done, M M Alta Webster and Mill ( ,
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under the Instruction of Mayor Rotary Club Wednesday noon In.
Sykes, who performed
Harris and Frank B. Rue, Dorothy Legion ball and at its conclusion
utiUUei all four of the dives required 'In AI AND NOTE IN SEAT ,
committeeman of the city council BLOWS OVER AT j the club voted to have a committee
A. U. diving competition-front,
The damage .WM discovered I I jack-knife, swan and back dlV'LCam |contact the American Legion and :
Monday morning by Ted Bleier, other organizations In the district
Gene )bell. Paul CM and Abandoned lot reason still un. I'I't
POST TRIAL TALK a
manager, who found brokea electric |with reference to farming a alaillaFI
Glenn Clidden gave an exhibitionof known anyikrioua automobile I
light bulbs and I M-toot section a wit Ia WtHcI.TIle
of guard nil, wrenched from I advanced fancy diving. was found holding the antes of I I Coconut Grove Relkif and
Time for beginning the water
its base on the concrete walkway, Ruffled water at the> municipal the Oversee highway about six Rescue Corp la an outgrowth of
to 7 30
how : by
ft po tai on the door ol the pool swimming pool rising to a minor\ wa Bitter stepped up that participant I mile south of Homestead at an the 1(33 Labor bay hurricane on
and banchea";floating on IN aur tttmpett which brought police In- Manager *o -, .the key, Mr. Theed ald. c.o.nutarove
face. Sign* on th* dressing terferene fc> the aM *t the pool and spectator might get out early hour yesterday morolag. The 1 felt deeply the need of a"Ct..1Hd
in Urn fiif the ball game at the lights were pill burning 'when the
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rooms had been tampered with by management lilt Friday night quickly responding relief
municipal Lend at 1:30.: The nwbteKhcra ear 'was Noticed at daylight by> the
the vandal wer restored to normal 1f"11thro unit h* said beqauac assay
the diplomatic efforts ol tt the pool prevlounly driver ot a state road department residents of thai section had telattve
t
It was for Mr. Bleier to
necessary estimated .to neat 40 sic
pnon *i truck, who reported tM incident
Mayor Tom Harris at a conference who perished In the 191,1 key
suspend operation for the day In
ewupied by fully TS long before, to Night Pollcemaii William H.
1 In the diutter.!
principal altereaUo to Th volunteer of
corp
order to drain the big tank and
1bedty..baIL Twos"agagoilinala f'. begin_ tl!! aho.s-.L' ..,1 !!,. .u trw iiMt wa .arganimd I
shortly
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rtmoW the menace of broken liars t
J iiml" >l'lJii" ::.. : Officer
before swimmers could be permitted The conference was the after* T7W1r.1j I Asa Jawitlgkiion b, afterward.The .
'entry The pool had been math ot a brief trial In a packe1courtroom Bird; Dr. M. Schlegel Syke and several member of the corp I* divided Into five

drained, cleaned and refilled OB Monday night when Don city fire department develop crew*,-radio, tranaportatkm, boat
Saturday. and the duplication of; Mayor Harris jrnlated charges I I that the key bad been removed medical and kitchen Two alight
this work together with the prop, of disturbing the peace brought Those Refused Old Age from the car and a note signed storms in the Miami area since inception -
arty damage and loss of Monday1! agalass'Arthur McKee In a warrant "Jack" and written with a blunt of the relief corp provedthe
revenue, caused a lot estimated sworn out by Ted Bleier poet! j Aid Invited to Meeting totaled instrument In red ink or efficiency of 'its radio unit
f
at neat!: fifty doUars. manager. Although an array of I f I crayon, had barn left on the aeat specially. Mr. Theed laid, and all
witne/we had already been rwon The Homestead Townaand Club The note was on the stationary *f unit are !kept ta training ao that \

An appeal to the thoughtless and in by City Clerk R. F Edwards!: theca I will hold a meeting hndq at I'Arrowhead Farms, a dairy Concern they will be mobile two or three/ ,
I warning to the unscrupulouswere >* calM to an abrupt end whet '130 p. K>. In Nev King Cooper of Charlotte, N. C.. and rM: hour betor a Worm itrlkv
issued this week by E. E. At- the mayor sustained it motion for School auditorium to .which are I "We have gone hunting for you." The Coconut Grove corp, at
kinson, warden of Royal Palm dismissal offered by Henry >eh,. Invited ail who have been refuted No. MS-S82. present the: only one of Ita kind,
State Park, ai a remit pt vandalism rent, attorney for McKee. on the allotment under the national *e- The "myitery car" was a dark has bean placed at the disposal of
that has put th*. telephone line ground of non-Krvtce ot as Imperfect I curtly act according to an an- gray 1A3S model De Soto sedan, Mo Harrteon Chairman of that
(Continued on fig Eight) warrant which did not neuncentent mad early this week bearing a Charlotte, N. C., marker Red Crou disaster relief committee -
show a legal return on the original by officer .t the club. and a North Carolina license plat, for Dado County, Mr Theed
Patrolman B. O. Dye arrested McKef laid, but it la understood that the
I "Th..1Itb It aaaUou* help all Under the Instructions of Miami
W. O. W. DISTRICT Friday and again Sunday a!. who are entitled to benefits and police department, to whom Office purpose of the disaster relief
temoon.on )eler's complaint I w* believe there art technical Sykei reported the discovery the and reacue corp I* to be lint In
Mayor Harry not entirely ..'- 'hurdles\ that may b* barring Many .lU'omobile was towed to Miami the field to fill the gap between
MEETING HELD lofted with the previous night' worthy .ppUe....." aid spokesman a few hour later to be held. for the time of the disaster and the arrival ;
legal proceeding, called Mr. for the local Townsend group further development of the aftermath Red Croat ;
Bleiet and Mr. McKee to the city worker .
HERE LAST NIGHT hall next morning for terlouidlacuuloi

I ). For nearly a an, hour Memory\ ; of World War to Keep Peace

h* outlintd the various of I ;
aapecU L KENDRICK AND .
Woodmen of the World
resenting all sections of the lower rep. the pool situation and gv toll: Of Europe for Present Generation
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east mail from Pains Reach south ;;: MRS DORSEY \WIN '
to Homestead, assembled tn the John 8. Keen, tnauranc-* executive |lof all war In which the United
Odd Fellows hall here last night Two Incendiary :Fire f *t Miami **d world-wtd.I State had taken part, and recalled

for the 29th annual conference and Put Out Friday Night trailer, was the principal speaker -!i George Washington' farewell ad'dm BUS CONTRACTSLamar
election of district officer The at MM Ladica' Night session of *. In which the founder: of the

dele..tlolltff guests of Avocado: Two fire of incendiary orlgtn Redland District Lion Clufe.at. {nation wanted kU fellow country.
Cadge (07 of thin city, which was t. ,hih wage extinguished promptly,SUVtP Palm last Tuenday HU I men to beware cf aD entanglements Kendrick of Homestead 1
elected for this honor at the last by the city fire department with subject wa: Witt There Be.. WarM with foreign countrle He was successful low bidder on Bu
-.n.qQ&d'atrin' aexlon of tb* *.rde'. wUj minor danwg iMt-JMa Peace inXurape?" I also spoke of the tremendous effort 25, 1'x use 44, from; Perrlne to I
v. 7 Miner of Lakeland, state n1hart being closely investigated trorlhI.: experiences'Sfr, Keens of the lat President Wilson Pence de Leon High School, and
manager Of the W. O. W.,presided I by ,local offlcUU. ,An arre( aM be .bad arrived at time ron-' tot.Ubllh wOrld-wlde pcac*. Although Airs J. R. Doney of Homestead
at the centereot and delivered the. .. ass anon-eha may shortly f chpiIA that ther would bog nci....I Woodrow Wilson to still was rewarded Art*,bug routes
principal address; an Inspiring lecture Follow the tracing of ceHain clue In Eur within the prevent generation held In reverence in some part o/ 01 the Homestead schools at a

the priheipta *( Vobtl.craft I.n bth*' .,,rp bug."r at *njr ra t*. pM>*cfron Europe hia doctrine have praoUcaltjr meeting el tie county bord- of
Alfred l K. Sapp of Miami Empty barbecue stands; one I of Wi#Wld War sea std .o Vivid been .abandoned under the public Instruction Wdad All

acted at lecretary. Mepibess of the lust north of the. munioipal rJowcrinV 18 .1M *Jft Pt a .test vaierity i i dictatcnblp BOW ruling Italy,' awards war announced contingent
local eonuxand1 their guest enjoyed fermeerjr occupied by L I. of the various rational to nour- Germany aDd conununutfc. Russia, (III the posting of bond oy th* bidders -
a fish fry in the dining room of Brannon, and the oth f on The' age I new outbreak oMxMtilltie, he .aJet. I by Saturday noon.
the haD after the meeting. eW.. rwa1 between Homestead' be said. and at present none o( thedmnipant Keen advocated complete non-\ Mr Kendrick who ba operated
District officers for, the ensuing and Fkeid4 C1tr. .trWt44 M'' European nation can Interfereac in European affair,! school busses In the Perrm*South
year art as-teRe.re l president, A the MID purpose but rover o*.i afford another war likely W beat and said th* obvious future policy' Miami district for U year*,'bid on
H Molina of Miami;pad presidersV9b. tested.| *W*. ..find within\ tv' flea greater proportion tbaf the of the United State would be to eight route but was -fyl In
: Westmoreland of Coconut hour \tact major conflict cultivate commercial and poUticai i getting only one, on which h*
Grow; \'kt-P'NkIeft-' W. 'T. Bbtb"btieinp\ '" at"raais4iuh: .. A gladdest of the Near Bail for, friendship of the South bid 1173 a month. Mr*. Doney
Bush of Homestead, Roy deigtf *f tru too faOeeV; Xarweoe M y.t/f and a close student of! American countries, thereby bid were lisa $U.,and tm for
Coconut Grove t. IL Johnson *f glass. Jar cooWhen .*. the European affair, Mr. Ken' revealed tag the American continent blDd-1 her three route
Miami, P. H. Dixon Of AnapattahJ ling material used In each a thorough understanding a united democracy A # annual saving of aoro than I
T. A Ward of Ace n1otl. W. W acrsediaLY Itfstckrkr'3lriaA). ; ofU. fcWo. gained by ttnt. and perpetual pac 4J.MO will be mad' a* a result
Whjtfkld of West Palm Beach, T.C. urlant fir chief who AId } observation during bit travel[ U the bK of the scheduled of I survey and rtmrganisatien of
Byrne of Fart Lauderdale; ,terday that tb* department through the principal countries involved musical mtertainnieot. Or. and tlu- route vd bjr in three-
1 .treasurer, W. H. Dewey of Coco11 : make an example of tN in the present near-cdil. member board during! th* Wit
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<< Flowers Bloom .-! it coer .vatora. -.
Local Girls Mop Up : ==. : lire III
CANNONS 49 1 0atwr ........ I' H05IESTEAD4-HCLUB Gardens I batted tar theWtatAdsPajrTry'oddity .,
:' f t .sVLw.a S a t In Cypress ..... ,'1I \

Hollywood LassiesWithScoreoflotoO "_ .- Mn. M..7 Carbon dew.ha. .

','E: 1ti S .1 1 i t tsb..wa at MIIIIIII online dad vat carter. Bess... July IS (J'lfSa-i I T"},'
: I....... ........ .. .. ... dUftam
1 .- ., I. .... .- J II cfearai. Srvinc wow Mew York b not the only visorOat :
> to the tir... OMoad u>d
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Tae PtrnoMtt Owb at BeeaeotradOMgnna1 -1 m-. a 0W Wed year aII1I. SuiCMtkn wen :
----f those afeo far these tears Bo4PM --.c fI wwnL At the loves
ap wltb the ft r. and ewAier wen itvs eeL Cypnm Garden> aear Wtalrr Ha...1 II HOME COOKING 1

yraod*...oft. ten hM find sight an ... =-am_..._..:=- : : : : : : rtT. 1 Stm Samples den aerie IhbIbbedu .a bwfe loam ol the pattern die:, I
by a ;week .... 0.aavelop..eve aa. thomtfupteaHreec Tfceba.tot .
MM The out-of-town .. fawn .... rob. w. banal a tow BeOo CrenaoII and Served Ftnti Stink
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-: ---I!' Dared truapct tt the Oowenareaftjottoafcotandabalf :
care M Jar tmbaal mask .... bl as dart rears a."'Kathenar Orfanedeo save a dnabara -
t._ t. ... a.ft in rfew L 14a. 1 .
taratrati.a en dWI washimg. ar.r-: attbeSeminok
bcab that kkd fee main .. for let rood. w Is 1 draw.., mar sad the twisted tail b affc I j
.. .. babe..44w..a bUbr aid AanabeOa DAM:
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a arbe-fit M would so" ....., -. .- _. c--.:ea- one on patters lajtac and.Ii there feet ... The son velvety
: a.r..m ar..rs daft rw.1ti.ua Surface of white b bbtctod .1fII1
slapped 117 the seta soft tee ha :GoIdia Greanen and Aanabeile.Bead I Hotel
lrr++a..r :i deep darned, darkening toward
attar-.I....II PCs MR.a ii (*ve one on UMe erttint. I II. ,
i bb mono ref.I the center i
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amm, esta ". Dot Deeper R I t5..= n The ioHowhn aarioimtnt were -Such aa add and beautiful
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etna see 11 noaviva rnsa 1-VA_ 50 cam" aL.r.as ifnrta: EVeryeaw b to bring one will surely bare aa e' uaCy Dining Room
TW niaMokiii AB-Suay eara1" 'area as t: I: Nunnd.: .:. : :i I{'hark towel, a baO aC yarn and .1 tall I and bMjttful' odor. b tht .

ts.rw.I t taa ,badUa needle. Aba each one bto thought of those who an the tlo t.
of *.
bas made a. fee e eeta a : : : :1 j jJIBS.
r.a.Id SSti..rmI.a.rw. brb, a finished silkls.Neat I 1 tam for the fin ..... But tad
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fecal ... bat to Moot CIa 5 t 1._ a. I I /
ChiaInaslispsowdtiewe"aIML = ": : 1 : : : : 11 week CoUia CrenneB andAaaateDe the fate ft Ube exptrhneat! GUSSIE
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I to L Field...--.r.I irl..ie: i Redd win give a .....!The odor may Indeed be tanned I

.; lee ne is 1M snit rang.a.4.ar ;= .. :....: .f;'oaaarationa 1Itod.d1..lniBeIle odd, hat la BO way b tt beautiful!i Proprietor :I
.1 f> CreimeO and Katherine seas Vile to be sued.for i ia
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ate n :.a- : j '
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..a. as... will the ton week ; 1/1
.1j y five one wiag | > older. Aim
.. Eat all want
aa.rr w a !! -the
...-s.... a ..ta..a. .1'::::- _.- .e e : : 1 : : ::-j: ion i the selection and cart of tack sod lassos that delight ta carrtaa you
. as a load! DM** ||and reran flock down Its thraotThb '
,, -ae.. -- t. asl.abra price stays the same .
r saw. a. moss
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In a .awry. a a f:w w..:offa o.ir-. bar..:s i The hostesses next week will be I vine. Arbtobchia cnadiI -
'" s\ Console .+ICcWU CrenneO and Teresa Redd.1 I Dora,I b relative of the
: : : ::: : : : fA me a.6"mw a more com-
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; The botteaiec this week were!Manly gntm dutchmaa' pipe and 1
d t.br su e aAsti Yin so S as 1 -.-t 50c Toe $LOO
a._ m -,'..t..r acrow taasa..a.:Aanafcelb> Redd and Barbara MJ-'the ala bowel It b a native
vary d a ae'a1..w -. I our s f -.. .bor..: a ,
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Irr who cake.1 Iff
served
a- 1 bacon b.al.....; arwa' punch and South and Central America aad
.assist .I aw..or..aC.b., I Team preatnt were Mn. Carton -]
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aredt-- -.. .. --. AanabeOe and Teresa Redo
.. .. --- ------- !Coldia and Lou Belle Creanell.

....... --. 0000 .- Girls Seek Donations !Bubara Miller Julia France Sullivan
tti.a.. _. 0 9 2 6 arTV For Tournament Trip' MJUred Severy. Faye Skin.,

boa ba, ...... blow sea. .4. *arr Virginia and Katherine Kelly,
....; _. V a.... P. Dry 'Mary Radford. Virginia Em tee, .
tramfa as bob 1IIf. ..... a. Racer nixed M a strong contender
Botswana a a.aa as w, baby KS..r. Madeno Cihnore. Belle Gene Bui*
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far tile Wee wmnoi't dJunod-j! .
.. L W. daub 1; bas 'r '. _1 I a lard Myrtle Moon and Katberto* [':
S 1. t -- Saw is 6 bananas. b0 champumhip the Plymouth ,
.a ..... W. Sava t. W, 1'. -1 CIr1a" bean of Hemotrad. leader!Ortaaedec. |
l.ra _, -, -t min wae.
...... err .-... ....... .. o( tile bet Cost CtirV league it'! "
---. staging a drive for sufficient tends
lairaabb.... bMs t Homestead F. F. A.'NewsBy '
to cover expenses to the state
car GIs r, 1&AS Mime ob .. 66ea.an. tournament .t Oranriter. Aufu*. essay Varaadoo i
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Swab 1b S YSSr .... Sa..e ITtoM.Aeeordmc. : LUMBER SERVICEWe
aaa a S to flrtcher Bryant! The regular neetinf of Hams
ran d S s a 1 Stead Chapter Future Farmers of
a..att .Inab.ads 1 -. th* cod of attending the

} \ 4. t.:_ : : roata..tat14 tr.. m : : : tounuant WIll total about $120.1 America ckibbMiat wa held Thuradaf H future night Farmer July offer Lumber service that builders hare,5

.. . Covering transportation and swabs to 4
wtvo'b come rely
z: Paul tojoin upon.
Vanes going
-- eaf S .Masao aS cm tout and at Clr rwater. The .
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the
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-..... ....- 1..... .1 city: of Oconrttcr will provides probation vnta leasers* amafementt Those who have dealt with us know that our ./ !
N rooaa ant nemtioa lacitttfc tar;
I ',.. bare been .... promises of delivery and reprvsentationi ca
our :
GasY . . MOM M leanw tram every accUoaof
Islas-.. t . Ha tko Ita... About..... -. A surprise party was Jield In as to quality can be taken at their face value. {

Sam as boae off ...... L Oa.r I t I stead girls ant ....... to attend honor at Myron> Ctenoeii, Hatepreaident j
so WI Calton HI .... 1...w.S..r .I the toaraa Mt for the pact year. Tammy Line ts scar TOUK snuuxa taxot
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b..r a. Mattett and Mn.Virginia WaLton
B1'tat aractioc and elm*
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I loved the hidden treasures in Brooker Lumber Co.
ttaitte to tntetac ruta the. 1
the treasure hunt '
I I Pbraouth girls here dewbped a
n.LEniOtK n BOXECTSAO. TLA. ;
Braokef CUM back with a ... ft4 diamordban teas Ice cream and cake were served ...J
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ITidlaeidty M ht and romped .1= only leeds the district as reheshowl s

over the Han team to the tune barn but hat more HUB oa rmtcbutn I

It to I. Aa hnpaotible Catch: ... of vhntac tUtc buxn.Tbo !
I home rna lit' the.14 baseball ftN I Bryant amid

..... Fey Bebbe. another hud I beam has caraed this
cash by Ban** awl a iiicttaihiaiof c"ud cb. pubttcM7 raise of

emn on the part slow Horn Us* tnp ahovld easily offset thrcart. '"

..,. fr.turd fee CMWIs ." declared BryaM. who pre- soil
tfat shyer ..... Buried *.- dMtd a MKcntful und-nuinx in !

bead the UM- Shop 7 to I whDO '....... anont tt* bu>. )""- 810"

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Friday July SO, 1937 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Paw Three \

6111111111111111111(1II011111111111111111111U'! !!!((!! !! !! The annual meeting of "'' In tM locality, but win still handle 10.10 a. m. There will be no ft Homestead Electrolux: ,;
Repertoire Club was a real Homestead property and retain his o.t service, I
gathering In honor of the very neweat 'I kindly feeling for our town and George Bow will act aa church Takes Office in Arcade '
20 Years AgoIIUllllUUUllUlII member-the wee daughter its io..rpltllble people. school superintendent during Mr.

Mrs R. H. Fitzpatrick, the founder' : Sackett'i adsenceCemetery The Homestead branch office tt -,
of the club The members provided I
Vicar Announces Change Servel Etoctrolu, "the kerosene
llilhIUllllta.n.l.ft a genuine surprise for the
Of Schedule for i Committee I has been
August refrigerator. moved
mother In the way of a shower of II
..= =''t-:: =-= gifts for Miss Baby. A* I* the To :Meet 3 p. m. MondayA irony the Flowers building to the :t
........
:.. M ISM rr..ra n..wa ran...-la, 1t.1..., custom at the annual meeting each' During the time that the He. I MeCrer Arcade, J. W. Magmnla' 'ji
f .....l M IT. sSs .... a,. __ member Invites a guest Mrs.I Milton B. Sackett, vtear of St. ceduled meeting of the Joint branch announced
G manager ye*>
: ,.;..'.... Julia Hanson of Ft Myers wa a Jattn's Episcopal Church I II absent dvk clubs which has just com- :--
folly 28, IIIZ guest of honor and by request gave from the city on hit vacation, pleted a successful drive for sufficient terday.
-"BeD Morr.went| to Miami bit a delightful talk on Pattl'a kindness the service> will be conducted by funds W lift'the mortgageon '
I Monday. and entitled after passing to Mrs. Hanson's sick: child by Dr. C. P. Jackson, former minister Palm Cemetery at Naranja, wa CARD OF'THANKS
II latlifatfcfjr examination" singing lullabies while both ladles of the church postponed on account ol a heavy I wish to express my appreciation -
IW itN'1 Smith and Uiaa Vii I were traveling In the compartment The soneaul of services during rainstorm tam Monday afternoonto for the kindness shown and
t lima lepnen*' Were married at of i Welsh train." August will be a* follows: holy L.p. m. next Monday In the for the beautiful lowers sent it
he M. E. parsonage by Rev. 0 W.r'Ph :Accompanied by Mr. and Mr communion every Sunday at 7.30 chamber of commerce building the passing of Mn. Graves .:
d : lf.l >*&turday evening" I Thomas Brewer the body of Mrs a. m.; church achool at ':30 a. m.: Charles O Turner, genera chairman JOHN S. GRAVES n,.
-"IfcfiireJrtJ, Nelson, formerly E. Tories, the mother of Mr. Brewer -I Young People's Service League at announced yesterday Florida City. "f

i if Florida City but now of Melrnume left Miami Sunday night for .. -- ,oil

was In Miami last Friday Palatka Fla., where the burial .. .. r .. .. .. ._ .. .. .. .. .. .. ,- .. ..
tthe purpose pf being examined took place Monday evening at
appfleatfori for a commission I 4.30: In Oak Hill Cemetery, the
lire the army -Mr. Nelson served Rev. Mr. Bonstecl pastor of the Keep Foods Prime Fresh 2 to 5 Times Longerin
three 7"11ft'ln the Philippine ands Baptist Church of which Mrs. To-
a j trained In rotary tactics" rlan is a member officiating. Alter
--"Mr. C.:' Mead1 accompanied byfils a prolonged illness of several the New

..... mother Jjtjieyed to Miami on month, Mr*. Torlan' death came
. Monday for Ills purpose of enlisting a*a shock to her family and friendson
lit but was turned down by thelI'II'IY' Saturday morning at 11 o'clock.
cosier.. on account of hisTeeth. She was born In Hopkinsvllle Ky.,
." In 1843, coming to Florida in 1883;
--"Ceo...H..AUhaiue has recently settling with her husband and fam- NORGELOWiTEMP
fouled: lOQ Jfttd&tf marl loam and Ily in Lake county. Since her hus
placed around hit residence malt. band's death she hat lived with hereon
Pit a fin Improvement to his prop Thomas Brewer about four
erty.." year "
.-'7 R. Matthew and family, Dr.I"County Agent F. J. McKinley
;Xrneit Gambia and family and C. wasIn Homestead on Wednesday
V. Barnes and wife formed I fishing en business connected with his of
party on Carley Barnes cruUr fice. He reports that hog cholera Rollator Refrigerator
Olivia, last Wednesday." ha broken out in the upper part
.-"Roy Otteen has been quit Ill of the county and strongly advises
Jmt la somewhat improved at this .tt having hog to get them vaccinated
;wrRIn,." Quickly. *
"Bom to Mr and Mr*. Oscar -"Mt. and Mr*. J. B. Moffett and Temperature are lower-MM*40* Instead of
Thomas, a daughter." little son, John Jr. left Monday b.low'OO. Humidity higher I M and with all

-The Baptist Improvement So- night for a visit to Virginia. Mr its amazing performance, the Low-Temp Nor,.
business
5 Moffett will also make a
jclety gave I birthday party at the
of the eastern cities cost no more to than the ordinary
trip to some operate
tome of Mrs. W. H. Vann Wednesday
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afternoon. Each invited while sway."Mayor ." electric refrigerator. It has the new NorgeFlexible
Jiucst was asked to bring a pennyxor I- Tatum ha bought a interior arrangement new Idea laNOW
Miami Beach and will
at
each year of her age, in a little property iiuiilit t
fellow ilk..stocking for the purpose. I make! Miami his permanent real- +
dence hereafter. The ba
mayor
In %his way the society
raised $8.8? to help pay for theJilano I dlipoaed of nearly all his holdings
for the Baptist church.I
TThos enjoying this delightful IOLLA Inc
party were: Mesdames S. A. King,! GROVETHEATRE rolecosiretme
parry Cooper, A. J. Cobb. Dendy. "J
:.\. D. Jackson, Jr. C. Vann, T C.'I 000'ev A-% A-41
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Vann, T. A.Campbell A. J. Camp. 00004 utA'ge
I belt ritch..Bigger R r Dorsey.I I COCONUT. GROVE: Ar4a', V
J, D. Redd, R. E. Edwards Ben', ghews 1 and t w law A4m. S5eMaUaet
Flower and several children." ', Saturday and BuuUyMe
t 'I t &e 0 9. m.Soa ON MONTHLY TERMSAS
,
/ c. Vann is among the number -

1 I naval of militia local "men who Joined the I,I .. M..., Tuea Ao.. 1, 2. I LOW AS (jp

I "Robert' Suggs enlisted In the, A thrill a second w ,
naval militia on Wednesday, pass*]1
Ing the examination easily. Hey: RICHARD DIX l. 3Oc
I Will not leave for two or three I
weeks." s s"I "THE DEVILIS
i -- -ittle BIU Krome was a midweek -! A DAY
; guest at Mr*.J. L. Ishmael'a.,
-"A letter Indicates that J. r
i J. Yousco former resident of DRIVING"We A wide choice of model aDd feature

I Florida City, .la now on Ma w.y'' J make it easy to choose exactly the range
with the expeditionary force InFrance. : ens
." Thurs. A... 4. I ear you want from the Norje lint of nog**.

L. F. Chapman !Is building an; RICHARD AKLEN U Every ont a big value for the money
addition of one room and a porch'
on his house." (Florida City). "CALUVQ OF DAN See them today.Cook.
-"Fred Swansea has about completed -
j his DeW bouse." (Florida MA1TIIEWS"I I
City). I
FrU Sat, Asp .. V I
1 -"Mr and Mr*. V. M. Crennell, and Bake
,
GEORGE O'BRIENin
are rejoicing over the arrival of:*

I. Virgil morning.Grennell" Jr., Thursday IIOLtrVVOOD --- with Certain Successon

"County Commissioner Preston:
H. Lee of Goulds was In Koma- the New
sieid on Wednesday." COWBOY"I
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F. If. A. Lear M New Homes,, SUM a" from 1 to It years ..
amy Fire sr east plan f_ T* be paid back In small uncouthly Range
payments, Including interest and principal

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SEE K. K. SMITH:

Her Saturday, July II and through the month ef Anted every Redland Appliance
day except Mondays and FrIda,.. Real Estate Homes tad

ram Land..

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HENRY BEHRENS & BENJ.W. MORRIS

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Page Two THE LEADED ENTERPRISE Friday, July 30. l9

..hebbMbw I .... ... ..._........._.__...,...... I in 1'
Local Girls Mop Up .m'.abq sr .brM'anrlw t o "'...".... I 0 0c. HOMESTEAD 4.11 CLUB flute Flowers BloomIn (lilt*grown tropic for conseavatan the oddity, \
:
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rI. 0 Olwl.' ... 1 0 0 .............-...........-.-..-. Cypress Gardens bloom .. ,
Hollywood LassiesWithScoreoflStoO : : _.... : : :1.I I
-Ei-oC )In. Mary Carlion wait down
"_ ::1'.e. from the Miami office and took Winter Haven, July 20 (FNS- Want Ads Pay-Try
III I e !w..t _J IGlobose .
If_. ..._, t 1Tt.s..e charge Sewing program were distributed New York la not the only place
d a a .. .., a t 1 I to the first, second and
._ a 0 .... ._ a I that can boast of large and evil
The Plymouth Girl of homestead mums ".. third year girl*. Suggeitlona were
-ml -'shown alPo for these year. Recipes mxlllng floweri. At the Florida
mopped up with the Holly- If I Isism's HOME COO:
and emblems. were given out Cypress Gardens near Winter Hav-
.wood girl last night on the local .
.. e dIarse.
abn 1 0
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vine
flowers of the
Stitch samples were made this M huge pelican
diamond bull field by I MOT of .. ..- .- t a-,
week and the envelopes were fin-
hang from tropical tree. The im-
IS to 1 The out-of-town lassie T.... bow blot V-. boor, a. ished. Lou Belle GrenneU and Served
0-.... V/bar.. d.be pates ."" mesas flared trumpet Of the flow- Family sty
far ........ ...... .' .-1. ,Katherine Orfanedei demonstration
were ,
so outclassed by the .: Wt M ben i. s gave a a foot to foot and .. bait '
... .. era are
S. ...- *: *rb .. bpi I. dish washing Bar at theSeminole
locals, that had the contest been awe I; him oft, :r- I' .. I ".'_' on ; across and the twisted tall b onenthl"M
..... .. bara Miller and Annabell Reddgav I
elf 1 11 B T buhlIM wild feet The IOn velvety -
a prize-fight It would hive been I Plsrk.at .-., bilge, Campbell. long
topped by tile referee In the last orient 0.1'1.1Iort._. ,._behrosr SMItk, VlkkwkbSJcn .1 Coldia" one Crennell on pattern and laying Annabelle, and surface .( white U blotched with, Hotel
deep maroon, darkening towardthe :
of the second round to prevent unnecetiaary ...... ab r ab e bb !,Redd gave one on table letting i center"Such, I :
cruelty Dot Berger SkmrJ VBraeMT I I Barrvw' r. I The following assignment were an odd and beautiful
... .
IkKhMU a ta.! truck out 11 Hollywood Ik... a a "'0 Cam*'U Ik. given: Everyone ta to bring one tower: will surely have an equallyodd Dining Room ]
.... .. ... .. .
.IU. r a .IK. IBisTilf buck towel a ball of yam and a and beautiful odor," la the
The Homestead All-Stan, men'iteim If_ tbs... f I "..c..U ....
nude up of the cream of the : .=. ;' : : :I f"f : : bodkin needle. Also each ODe !. tlioufht of thOM who see the blo,. :

local league, tort to Miami Coca 0..11I... p I I .Mbbate........ 1b.aln. to bring a finished article torn for the flnt time But sad U
Cola In the tint game of the even .. rf a t II t1.. a s Next week Coldla GrenneU and the fate of those who experimentThe
Ing, 1 to I. Field nude Homtitead'l ...,... e 11_ rf... Annabelle Redd will give a demonstration -I odor may Indeed be termed I) MRS. GUSSIE JOINER.

lone run to the first inning. !. : ..r on bed snaking and Lou odd but In no way li It beautiful Proprietor .fEat
i ..I*. 14. IlUrx Belle Grennell and Katherine Kelly Vile la the only word to be used, for
.. .
B adl.wad..,.... ItIMlarotta ale a biMmesab of t I h a . will give one the following week!I an, the flower grows older flies all want-the a
you
.. .. arwk.e 1 4 r-1 the selection and and Iniecti In
.kiM Ik "(*rkM Ik 4IOr 1 0 0 e 1 e e -.1 on care of socks that delight carrion

:."Smith" ,4.p : : *: ..Walker h.': IkL. .( : : : _MM ..., ........ allow. R......, and shoes.The and refuse flock down Its throat price stays the same
..illlkl Ik ',Hulll... lkII 4 t I kM* w ..... off O. Sulll... I. SlMMt SR hostesses next week will be I This vine Arlatolochla ". .ndl.fJora. -
P. smith TUnkiH IIWMter a I" 1 C.mpWU I, Ml .. honest Horn SSraokn Qoldia Grennell and Teresa Redd. la a relative of the more commonly -

BUM* "_.1 S : :I ': M : : : elm fit: 7 Bttlllrai I rtnick I...H f kr....O..,.....111.SliMrm.. t aIn The hostesses thla week were! grown dutchman'a pipe and 50c 75c 1.00! '
1..10. b_.. 5I.._ II Iwwge. tanl.n" It. Campbell 1 l. I In.lw Annabelle Redd and Barbara the calico flower. It la a nativeof

.. d 1 ......". rf........ .d 11 I/ Range ta Was t longer pllrknt winning Blnwrag plKkv:.....i.O.SiUllnii .IB .:ler who served punch and Mil-// South and Central America and sv
1"- ... eI. : 1mb.... Ennb. B. Cuipk.ll Those present were: Mr*. )
-- d.-. I -. I v....., IMokMt ........ II' ion, Annabelle and Teresa Redd,! '
ll N It a I ---- Goldla and Lou Belle GrenneU .

II..',.... _.. . i .-.. Girls Seek DonationsFor Barbara Miller, Ju.ia: Frances SuJ.1I I' N
Plymouth ..... .. .. 7 a--la I Tournament Trip I liven Mulled Severy, Faye Skin.I j

.Two .... bat ......., IKMM nMl Si.. nrr, Virginia and Katherine Kelly:, i
>...! nnto klM l v. S-rlh, P. Smith. Mary Radford, Virginia I Klnner !
U.k.r4| ...* mm hall all Slower ., Recognized ai I strong contender ,1 ,
smaller 4: Mnck MS bit Somas is.sass. for the Madene Gilmore, Belle I Gene BuW ;
.... t, V Smith I; bits off V. Smith state women's diamond- lard Myrtle Moon and Katherine? LU 8R )
a .. I liKlno, HuTMtt to I innlnnivIM ball championship, the Plymouth II'I
fllrkml V. *.1&10'1 Ulkt' V. Bi>111'1
: girls' team of Homestead, leader Orfanede.'J
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bang pttrtMTI B r Ul rrarii t Harlot.
HO k..., V. ...... 'Umkwil Iwlk. I. of the East Coast Girls' league Is ----jl jlI jlI ,' "
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Ump/era J.lelwrt, BtknM.Brooker staging I drive for sufficient fund: Homestead F. F. A. Newt
to cover expenses to the state I
green alN ob 9 "AI' store ob e w tournament By Thomas Varaadoe {j jI ,
at Clearwater
August 3
(:.mpmn r I I .//F..k. I l ; I '
Swan Ib.. 1 '1 SSmithh Ik. 4 I IT to 20.According. \
Manb bbIIH.rrow . to Fletcher Bryant I The regular meeting of Homestead I LUMBER SERVICE\1
Pas d .. a Ileu111ra. tb 4 l Chapter Future Farmer of!
5..k a'Ib- I orosEw rf t 1t manager, the cost of attending the a '
110.... p.. I 810.._. of 4 America was held at future Farmer -
M.Nabb Is, .. 1 .1111..... It. .. tournament will total about $120 clubhouse night July We offer a Lumber service that builders. have 3
Thursday
Seals. b.a .!Ca..u . covering transportation and mealsen )
l Albr. If.af a 0.14.1... p_ 1 0 route and at Clearwater. The'I 22. Paul Vann, .who b going to; come to rely upon. \
Naa/.s rI_ a rwltlbep d 1seal Join the chapter, 'wasr placed on
... city of Clearwater will
i provide
eats probation until furtherarrange-) Those who have dealt with us know that ou
room and recreation facilities lor
:t. ment have -been made.A promises of delivery and our representati9n )j jas
20 "
cr..a.. I I hi some team from every section :
.u........; t . 0-1 of the state About sixteen Homestead -I surprise party was held In! to quality can be taken at their face value. G )

Slow on begin .r,. N._ .. CIorMo I: girls are planning to attend I honor of Myron; GrenneU, state
abuse ml lot, o..IIuo 141 wad pitbm.1 the tournamentBy president for the past year. Tommy LET us SUPPLY yon BUILDING NEEDS I '\,
Nol_, _.., Brooker L WaLt:
U.I.., a.Ie...... s........ constant practice and close I Moffett and Mrs. Virginia
attention to ton found the hidden treasures In' Brooker Lumber Co. t
i training rule, the,, the treasure hunt '1 1I
Plymouth girls have developed a I !
TELEPHONE 62 HOMESTEAD FLA..
cam back with I bang well-balanced dlamondball team l I Ice cream and cake were servedi j

Wednesday night and romped allover I that not only leads the district i refreshments. 1 ;

the Horn team to the tune of league but has more than an even
10 to 1. An Impossible catch and chance of winning state honors,i "
a home run by the old baseball fire Bryant aald.

horse, Toy Hobbs, another hard I "The team has earned this n),
catch by Barrow and a successionof chance and the publicity; value of 1 a bV

error on the part of the Horn I the trip should easily offset the ft<, :
,
boys featured the game cost: declared Bryant who predicted sold j
In the earlier game, Burton de- a successful fund-raising in ;
feated the Man Shop 7 to I with campaign among the business\ men ,

no spectacular playing on either of Homestead and the Redland' i1 j

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July 30, 1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Three t.,

gliilIIH lIIlIIIIIIIIIIiilitIIiilillllllll{ { { { -"The annual meeting of toe In this locality but will still handle! IOSO: .. IIThera will bens II Homestead Electrehix
Repertoire Club was a real festive Homestead property and retain his' o'clock service. I
gathering In honor of the very newest !kindly feeling for our town and George Bow will act as church Takes Office In ArcadeThe '
20 Years AgogulllullIIiliilllllllllilllillil111111 member-the wee daughter of Its! Krpitable people. school superintendent during Mr.
Mrs. R. It Fitzpatrick, the founder Sackett's adsence.Cemetery Homestead branch office et ,
of the club. The members provided
!!!! !{ { ( ; / a genuine surprise for the I Vicar Announces ChanreSchedule Committee i Servel Electrolux" "the kerosene
mother In the way of a shower of Of for August refrigerator has been moved '
II ie: I .
6rsv il..r: '-:: bh..se.swac u..t..a gifts for Miss Baby. Aa Is the I II III To Meet 3 p. m. MondayA 11'011the Flowers building to the
f ::'::"i..MaUhluJ e/.w,M:: ::; Kit, custom at the annual meeting each During the time; that the Rev. i McCrory Arcade J. W. Maglnnla, .
: .. ..d Ort IT. leaf. ash tkTlJn.July member invites a guest Mrs. Milton B. Sackett vicar of SL sceduled meeting of the joint 1 branch manager announced
2280..1117.: ..... Julia Hanson of Ft Myers was a John's Episcopal Church, Is absent civic clubs which has Just com yes-
guest of honor and by; request gavea from the city on his vacation pleted a successful drive for sufficient -] terdayf; :
-"Ben Morris-went to Miami last delightful talk on Paul's kindness the services will be conducted by funds to lift'the mortgageon
Monday: and enlisted, after passingf to Mrs. Hanson's sick child by Dr. C. P. Jackson, former minister Palm Cemetery at Nannja was CARD OF-THANKS
enutaef'y; examination." singing lullabies while both ladies of the church postponed on account of a heavy I wish to express my appreciation -
3t"ff.Sna4> and Miss Vir-'I were traveling In the compartmentof The scntdule ol services during rainstorm last Monday afternoon for the kindness shown and
E? linens" were married at!, a Welsh train.: I August will be as follows: holy te 3..p. m. next Monday In the for the beautiful flowers sent al
M. E. parsonage' by Rev. Q. W.' -"' Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs communion every Sunday at 7.30 chamber of commerce building the passing of Mrs Graves :
-arUlUlM Siturday evening." Thomas Brewer the body of Mrs I a. m.; church school at i.30 a. m.. Charles O. Turner, general chairman JOHN S. GRAVES. ;. i
; -"riJ.t4 Wit( Nelson, formerly I E. Torlan the mother of Mr. Brewer Young People's Service League at announced yesterday. Florida City. :fc
if Florida City but now of Mel- left Miami Sunday night for ------- -
x>urne, ,was In Miami last Friday I I Palatka. Fla., where the burial c. :"_ ', ," _" "- '::'. -.. ." :_'.- .::-_ : : _" = -: =,' ,
'or.th*. t1)OII.>! being examinedn took place Monday evening at f
hlr'appficatfon for a commission 5:30: in Oak Hill Cemetery, the
n the a\'lJl1/.Mr. Nelson served I Rev. Mr. Boniteel, pastor of the Keep Foods Prime Fresh 2 to 5 Times Longerin ,
three years-in the Philippines and Baptist Church of which Mrs To-
js trained in rplltary( tactics" rlan Is a member, officiating After
s-f*t. C."M: .ad' accompanied byJili a prolonged Illness of several the New
mother HVieyed' to Miami onMoriilay months Mrs Torian'a death cameas
for The purpose of enlistIng a shock to her family and friendson
but was turned down by; the Saturday; morning at 11 o'clock.
irmjf doctors. on account of his3eeth She was born In Hopklnsville. Ky.,
"'-" '
in 1845 coming to Florida In 1885;;
"Geo..1t..AltMu. has recently settling with her husband and tarn NORGELOWiTEMP
tmled IfiOJaadLpf( marl loam and ily in Lake county. Since her hus
)laced around his residence mak. band's death she has lived with her
Ing a improvement to hit son, Thomas Brewer, about four
}ert,." ProP.1 years. "
--"I R. Matthew and family -"County Agent F. J. McKinley
iErnest Gamble and family and C. was In Homestead on Wednesdayon
:V. Barnes and wife formed a fishing business connected with his of.flee. .
party; on Carley Bamet' cruiser He reports that hog cholera Rollator RefrigeratorTemperatures
: Olivia last Wednesday." has broken out in the upper part
="Roy; Oiteen has been quit ill of the county and strongly; advises
bus if somewhat Improved at thiswriting. nil having hogs to get them, vacci-
." nated quickly. "
"Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar --Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Moffett and are lower-MHO 40- instead of

Thomas, s clau.bter."Tbl ." little son, John, Jr. left Monday below 30". Humidity is higher II and with all
night for a visit to Virginia. Mr.
:- Baptist :Improvement Society -
the
Its
amassing performance, Low-Temp Norge
Moffett will also make a
$ gavet birthday; party at the
:tome of Mrs. W. H. Vann Wednesday I trip to some of the bUllnel'j costs no nor to operate than the ordinary
: afternoon.- Each Invited 1 white away." electric refrigerator. It bat the new Norge
:guest was asked to bring a penny "Mayor Tatum has Flxiblk interior arrangemut.'W idea in
Jor each year of her age, in a little 'property at Miami Beach and will "se"11/1.
make Miami his permanent residence
tvellow silk stocking for the pur.pose -I
In:this way the society hereafter. The mayor has
pitiedfor to help pay; for the;,disposed of nearly all his holdings v
the Baptist church.I
Those enjoying; this delightful
party were: Mesdames S. A. King,I GROVETHEATRE R011,1 OgMrR
I Parry: Cooper A. J. Cobb 4i R
I :A. D. Jackson; 3. C. Vann DendY'I'I ahrpi"tr .rah'
I Vann, T. A.Campbell A. J.
bell Fitch.Diggers, R. F. ; COCONUT OEOTI 1
I J. D. Redd, R. E. Edwards, Ben I Ih.... 7 aid "14. ...> A'". tile NOW A64 Paftj
Flowers and several children." Matinee Saturday and Sunday "!
t ..l.C.. V.nnI among the number -II tee to IP.as. ON MONTHLY TERMS

of local men who Joined the
naval militia.. SOIL, Mon. Tues., Aa,. 1, 2. } AS LOW AS sop

--"Robert Suggs enlisted In the A thrill a second
naval militia on Wednesday, pass':
big'the examination easily. lie I RICHARD DIX In 30cA
will not leave for two or three'
weeks." "THE DEVILIS
i -"Little. Bill Krome was a mid- DAY
week guest at Mrs.J.L.Ishmael's.",
*-"A letter Indicates that J.
3. Yousco, former resident of DRIVING"Wed. A wide choice of model and features
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Florida City Is now on his way:I "
r- |ffl makes it easy to choose exactly the range
j with the expeditionary force in;, else .
France." Thin, Aug. I I ea :you want from the Norge line of ranges.
: 1. F. Chapman Is building an|
RICHARD ARLEN la r Every one a big value tot the money
addition of one room and a porch i
on his house" (Florida City). |I "CALLING OF DAN See them today.Cook.
"Fred Swanson has about completed alA
his new house." (FloridaCity I TTlIEWS"I I

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) I FrI. Sat.. Aur. t. T I ""
4"Mr. and Mrs.".. M. Grennell: GEORGE O'BRIENIn 1 and Bake
are rejoicing\ over the arrival of,
Virgil Grennell, Jr. Thursday ---
morning." with Certain Successon

-;.."County Commissioner! Preston "HOU.TWOODCOWBOT"
It tee of Goulds was In Homestead I the New
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on Wednesday.;

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UP TO $2,000.00 NORGEConcentrator

i FOR ALTERATIONS. AND' REPAIRS PAT 1.1 and t, TEARS TO


P. IL A. Lour e. New Homes IlJUe IP. from 1 to to yean to
pay. Five per eent plus fee*. Te be paid back In small monthly Range
payments, Incladlng Intereat and principal

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SEE K. K. SMITH

, Here ..1..ar.lay: SI and through the month of August everyday Redland Appliance
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! except Mondays; and Fridays.: Ba Estate,. Homes and

! Farm Lands.
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t 205: N. Krome Avenue Homestead FloridaFriday
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Friday Jule ao 19S'rI

THE LE iPER_ KNTCRPRCSR '
Paw Poor I -1

1. 1W7; and betoe k*1....... where. both! ..*-.|* altinae / "" T in Court t
r TEE IPIflPD-FVTFODDtPr and ....... baneflta are pro- Children
(.echo* the age wi H. (hJl little 1 1tJ
What do we mean by "employ- sided under th Social SecurityAct Ay ,.... Malcolm HakfleldA ,
raw..... frlday at Hem that U not enveyted under John Smith to ever 8S year
meat
...... ne. by the feel Dad Oi. law" old end to without any meant e. grocer's Km WM token Into Bird
P.boom" Ceo Generallr apeakia; we enaaa laPl'Of.11M Brown who to nearly tutted erday la a nearby My'
work to factories. sham waMeeaaMAW M years old ha a Job m It rolling by M inspector of the bureau of) rOOdUs
KM AECBER: __ Editor 1' Mom.' building trades. hototo until and ha a little money In ,weight end __**. Th young J
s MARJORIE LEACH AKCHTKAaeeelale filling ftaUom-m short any the bank. I man frankly admitted that he eon-
__ Editor Und .c business .r tndMtrr. except : Otd-*.. eerfftance wa meant celved till idea of abort weighing -
service I like John If be wishes after having one heard tall gavel .
(arm labor. domestic far people ereer* .4hat the whamming ot a
tanned M aeeaarf star VAN ajowrBenent service" and a few apply tot Into aid he should fet father boact o< a fraudulent practice << sit the face of a woman board member "
ealtof mares I. Hit, at lie pal other tempted .......... run I. touch with the aortal welfare by which a aught disadvantage speaking within her eights W
Water I II Oonee a mtddM-aged, 1HIC11a hi own county or write WM gained over a nutomer but bidden, u hull '
rurida. tonufterm
BMMMtoU, tance. .
me*i* ... that th*'
Che act ., March (. lilt I man, I* employed. M a Met milt the commissioner ot public .d It was alee discovered 1 about What could be expected at IipotUghMovtng
tomes the outs C.a4UL When o man had deliberately I
H* work en a JobDial tare at young puppet
."11. rues. ,a." A TRAMThe Wider till law. His brother. Johfl ads overtakes Jim, Ute thMce are' over a period of six falled\\I ...... :
thereforo. he win trot have to ask 1074body on the taB
Jones I* a farmer and. that ringing up :; I,
doe not com under*..-... .....- for ..... If his w.eeteeordentitlee. money taken In. Th Court was :-Uut the fulsome comment. and. '
Motorist' PrayerGrant etna provision Mm to monthly behetita, not Impressed with the (after* i,blended win crack of the .... ,o
Drew. a young woman to the postman Win bring him a govsrumeat Indignation and frankly Informed leer atotant annoupeer at the ball ...
watch Amy
Md *
m*a stands hand employed t* a laundry. She works check, every month, COT- him that he had ho complaint to lame might be ill place on a
'fbat eye, when hi employment TOM w severed wy sting the amount of eld-age ben make ao long a*he himself cheated radio book-up but not on the ; ,
4 M DIM Mutt be hurt *fits to which he to entitled. He hit customers la his a*",'* pr- snail, brightly lighted local field .
law
.... by. the Amy Sister, Lilly, looks for a 'will have only himself 'thank 1I'Ce. ...... .where fan can follow tile plays
UUy dies mt 'for this provision for hit old *.e, tnd value. the loudspeaker (orMnflrmaUoa .
Thou gayest lit, and I pray no 1 private twnily; w other money ot umpire' decision, :
he ha
r come under the old.... benefit and the fact that FROM OUR MAIL BOX
act of rain ot his own make no difference I "landings and lineup an IIOWICee
May take away or mar that gift roftoIMI.Young Howard Brady to tll1)Gtd )'- The monthly old-age benefit provision menu which go unnoticed when

of thine.Shelter a* a linotype operator by anewspaper. ot the Social Security Act Editor LAader-Enterpriae- made a part ot garrulous patter
tort who beer Ma work In employment will give million ot people a I send you th* following Information hat flows on and on from *ominw
thoceleVtf that I*covered by the law. email Income when the/ are old concerning lynching forth la love with the sound ol bit

From me CO the I1Ie.evil.,. ., lire and .U 1 Hit cousin James Brady to ervployed I and have topped working. Theft And tint MX month of this :Year.Amordins wn vole ---
bated en wege record compiled ,
calamity.r" b* a linotype orator in I benefit are to the '-- -
ewernmeat prtnting aOlc will be paid to qualified wage at Tuikege Institute in the
for others'need. a Therefore James Brady does not earner, regard!*** of need. In first Ms month ot II" there were To 'lur's Funeral Boise
Teach ma b\IIIIroo.UM my, 'wr. ,.participate the dge. benetft i artet this money wilt be paid to four lynching\ This I* th* tame
: working people who are entitled number a* for the tint six l month M-HS AMBttANCT KEET1CK
Nor mix' through love of peed pnrtoion Some day James Bredy or of ItSS and ItM,and two less than tab Attendant
1 Drew fear .J"'I I ten.Oldage MtbUnce: to a form otrelief IN number Ms for the) tint .U
that
world 11.11" II*.
The beuUe M thy ; Phone K4-R Homestead,
and find themselves worklnfbt for the needy Payment are month ot UN.AD .
Job I
< thus I may. employment that de. Rune !made by the dale ill mount ot the persons lynched werenegroes. S
With Jay-Load and courtesy_ Church|o Time my way. under tt* law. At that time they rued' by the Its*. .'I'M federal forrrnment The offenses charged I I "

may register tor .old-age benefits matehe whatever amount were1 murder Three: tape,on*.
OldAget and Start a aocud aecurity Saltweet (.p to 111 a month) UM stale say Th states In which lynching :[ Gas Electrolux i .
Ihe Truth About seedy aged
.flllt..t to the difference Ktaa to live to any occurred and the number In each .
Act I .. A *enatl* No AHeftUeu I
t Security eld-ag assistance and cldigebeneCur itat are u follows: Alabama one: .
aloe*, I.I
federal nvernment ]
The LOW ftATC&
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1 two. NEW
Uhttluippl,
one:
Georgia
twmty-tU mlUkx .. benrfila I
Mar than >iet UaneaMMUane*,.. the and-1gt lobe "
workers bt. the United State no called Owes>eMion*..> r give by ai ptoviNoae. tort .**. ? assistants f. IX Patunon, praeident I iTtrrftlXt*** :J
account mum 'TuiVege Inititut Ala. .... -
hare aortal atcwrtty date ajMet a stab tow to its ewnjiged to admlnUrtered by the (tat*
lien.U1t on* of them cttiaeM who are In 8M 1., I :
could are his own name an Uncle Under the Soetkl Securtly' ACT the'"
Swnl record sheets. It be emit federal 06veralstat lit** to ....j
i vtait'the building in BalUmor date low, to help the state take '
which houses the record tjivtakx care of It* needy aged in their own "f
soNal ecurtty bonrtf. la i. '
of the home but R U or the state to
certain tiling cabinet be world tie, determine who shall receive this
ot Mi rectal atoirit
a duplicate
aid wd how MMKh.

1 account There Card art row and rowa U fit. Old-llt benefits will be paid to ,

kK catxnett which hold the qualified worker by Ihe federal I ...
after they reach the
loveraewfit
the Ramuaddress ,
carda each MM howlrg 1 1i
employmeM. etc., ol on :age of 1$. Old-... benefiu area '"
worker In addition, i teed .. a worker" own wafcetttbmt ,
American be a %Oal<, ,
abets whir his and will paid .
then art lades
\ contain the naaa. address, etc. o. mod workers In every sate regard i;
need. rot instance, brewsart '
lea at
J very etiftbto worker with plent] +
They live ia rbGeneral -!
two eou n e.
; .I space opposite hi* mama to keel
account of hi wage earnlnn. .
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Month liy month, etftptuyen oil
report Hi* wc earnings at tact I
llgibt' worker' bt' his employ; *M
that ktformatbm .us.. Iran*

ferrrd to the ledger Beset or wan P "
>> record, that at kept by tilt schist!, < t
scurfy board. I E
: Now. who are. ellglMe worker! '

They ahope.are mines. employee enllU, store in factorte attires.: A F MILf'SINVlstIlENT: ;

1 and other places of bu i ass or tA.I .
durtry rovrred by the law who #
were low than Mktyfle yean old .
on January I, IM7 jin Cofnfortabie itying. :
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In erder to quality for monthlyoldt :

*benefit a worker must (1) I Does anything; in life pay greater dividend* -
be enn*>yed to aom aloe .
t new thai I* cut excepted .. .c'I Public Utilities or merit greater protection than your J
law; {Xl be mutt work some time

1'r} ; 'r:each January of five t. Daeeatead room t13MW.'ttvez .HOME? 'I '

117 utd before he reaches theaceofc '
'" ", (!) h.maw earn wages' The FHA Plan of paying for home Improvements ,I
t, ot at kKxt tXDOO lift aU) after i .
rr i ,out of income is sound and eensfbte. tt-

", .1 affords 1 a convenient way to protect your property .j

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tmeat-Hind to invest tn greater
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I.EUCINE ?.rMabeot ......,,. ; f Well ibe glad to assist you to obtain a loan'ftr. ; ,

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: weateamebk.A I II '
f1'Nabs repairs and' modernization on a convcnftaf
eat, Imlig arii- *Wt *b*

t 1 roc MORE EGGS I bMWtinaamnpniim; monthly basis ,: -,, *,*.- ,." U rJ. :
HKAtTHIEB: lirvl, I |M| Wi**kind Me. Oft,
area AND tae aaaaea f VK>-rir eat* ,. .. ....... ....... 1 : t.; ':
oral baa anaulM aeeordlng to the I L s.iag?.isk ......1.....
rL'L-4>-nr run. Oatmeal MM aataet*.' IM._ 4mf Sat
y

11II"e4"'ie were tUeaUMe eeete form than ef rerun paM ee eke't : rat U Maa.wM la* aad beaa ft; \ W. D. HORNC CO. Ire;
It Meal tee
'Wheat wre p..t.wrw......., BMklM Ass for the FREE::1 log tow4ad sakit qww ,

tlrO-rtl? reality 0e fe. Frank Skill Owner

'p !, Bush's Barber Shop Phone 507.JAl

\ mo I &Beauty Parlor i 11 N. Krotne Ave.

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,moved from the Erse apartnentato Mr. and Mr*. T. R. HcMatfctowin I Mr and Mr*. raw Riley ...
the Shuter apartments ytrtarMr taav for South OaroUna tontrraw ed teat weak froM Buferd. ,

.!Sq.I or ftk&ar.FLORIDA.
In and Ground Mr t H. Ih oai returned .turn1.
I and wT C AMeron day fiMa ammo Ga.
:1.J CITY
I have moved to Buford, S. C. De"--ac1
T...ll Joe ,

Homestead Mr and Mr r O. Btdterd and Mr* M 1,). b..... wt HV.M, stab rttuMwd Saturday from Bu- .. !o
! ,- :- .. ,. I'family: returned Saturday front Cuba wa I 4.nday toMctoM. told S. c:. __ ". .I
duvet of Mayor and Mr M Mvarman.
Ridgetend. S. C. When Mr Dullard 1 Mr. InC Mr. Jon Torrte and .',
Mr tnaTMk visited Ik
I has been farming.Mr family were week-end guests of :I,
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Miami until Tuesday when ah
- V E Out of Stockton Cal. his looking after their Richmond Mr. and Mr. SulllvM of Fort /
E. T. Keith and bar left for Dover. Delwber* the will ,
\ II"Ilnelft. ...: wO. HtlU Ctegg ladle. Mnger Oft son Were t
.. property.Arvth tuft her Mr E. J. Rhed, __
t '. the Ralph Moore program, Ban I Bob, who haft been spending a mother '
Mated ';' ;, rnmclaoa. their daughter Mary Taylor KM Secured I poU month with Mr*. Keith' sister arid bar brUtr and lter-to-taw, Vadt Koch bt Mtew4 I* a sum. ;. A
is Jwit,yEw SedKt Ass and Ivelym 'Who ate tng fiat with. McKesson a RobMna,' Mr*. J. M Hoteteab, and bar Mr. sad Mr. Will Rhode thl wk at the hw .( Mr. aadMr .I .
.. Inc. wholesale brother K. S. MeCtenahM of W. W. aeerr I" }
: "I; over the radio and Mr ttemther drag MM ft Ml- Mrs :
Irene Var.ner .
Com aad C.
Key Welt, ten tat Bowlg Oreenon
'41. Mr*. L K. Allen visited'
.Vf:;" tram Thursday of. last wk un ami.Mr Monday to spend a few day of Miami were Sunday guests NARANJA
\ W. J. Clark and of Dr. and MIlo S. S. ShMd :
daughterMlat
'(.JJ:, Monday.< this work with Mr. Mid with Mr Miry S. McOanahaA,
I\t amlbe : ,II CUt Huff Mr*. R. a HuU former Homestead reddeett, before "'" The weekly **etal mteuM .( t
... Mr*. J. W. OUnwr retains of MnCleg Mr and Mr*. R. \t MuUtru returned
..y,; their and son. Richard, Jr. and H. L. returning to their ham In M**. the young people .* the rim
During stay her horn Friday from t %!I-
ten ya Cook, former county commlMten- batten Kan. Mr McCtehahan I of Homestead
; 'ti 'eM visitors were taken to the _t"IaU in Katisaj City Mo Presbyterian Church rt1'
; l beach to the key, and to the oral er, will leave today: for aiv. extended ban just returned from a visit with They were accompanied by their wi held at the bone of Mr and
the visit with rtlatlvw and hinds later In Sad Antonia and te this_Ie. Those
On a DM Mr* R lcaon
Interesting ipota. the way niece, Mitt V. Johnson who will
4 fieldpis In WlMton-Sata ono other North, Denver Lots Behrens.Miss .
She wa m 10 Mates and present were Mia
horn they will stop In Asheville, be their pit for several weekS.
\ New York and other cities for Carolina cltlea. They expect to Canada and Mexico, arid earn Mary Ann Brown. Mia Iran
r I broadcut Mrs Alien win be gone about five week' horn by way of Chicago, Niagara Mr. and Mr*. Charts Clinton Jackson, Landon Hlcluon JoMph,
:t.1CIWICeo, Falls and D. C. Mr Sam and Bobby
t remain In Asheville for a visit.Dr. Mr* Pauline McConnell: and Waehlngtoa and Mr. and Boyd Coharnour John Edward
tnJo04bioi- trip over the AIM, and LeRoy Jacltaon. Retreihmtnte -
when : daughter, Miss Ann McConnell, Clayton Lehman returned today
J B. Tower wh hu brat tn wevk-end. wen served after the
: the Post Graduate hospital receiving returned lad Friday tram Mf from IndlanapoU "i melting and all had a good tlma.
:: .; i i treatment for fiutrie dteturbance none N. C., where they weft called Mr. and Mr*. S. t\MIln and km' Nest: Sunday evening the meeting
ot him several week ago on ant Dr. and M *. Oeo. Reuhl vbttcd of Evanivill IrwL, were Saturday'I
/ plan to return W his 1 will be held lit the home of Miss
of the serious Illness of 1.11'1. MeConMU' Mr. aDd Mrs. F. B. Lucas it, guests of Mayor and Mr M. Sll-
borne the laat Of the week. Ann Brown.
Mary
- mother. Mrs DonaMaonVnderwood Miami Beach the latter part Of ver lnan.
tp'SMee; Who to list -. _.... I
reported at -
HT and Mr* Bruce Ennfe have I Mia Shirley Harkneu has toturned >
steadily Improvtrtf. Mr*. Leo X.Biahop Mr. and Mr. Merman Thompson
iiMtved to Aw home oC Mr. Etinl : Vialwmty it
: tram Emory
E. Edward
Mr. and Mrs. R. art
and daughter Anna Lou, left Saturday
ladwr E. A. EnnU, at 21 N. E. another daughter of Mn expecting their little niece Joe*, for Mt Sterling Ky. Emory: Oa, whom she complete
VICE'i Eighth: street The how On Underwood will remain In Mafnoli phln Brown of Avon Park to ir a II tx-wek toucan leading W an
Tojirth street formerly occupied by for about two week fencer! rive the latter part of this. week Mr*. hnnIe' Campbell of Ba! *- M. A. degree Mia Medal Bell
.;: than I I. now occupied! by Mr. and and expects to bring her mother 16 \'Iatttwm her*. singer, fla., hi a lIMIt of her amok M Visiting her tar t lawweeks.
I'lL Mia. Curtis Metuoe and KM I to Homestead with her It M brether-lo-Uw and *Uter. Mr. and .
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itiL ,Underwood to Mffidently recovered The Re*. Milton a Beckett bud Mr*. Ray Oood.... Continued on Pap Sever)
: .'t.
Chandler left yeeter to travel by thai tim*. I
will the former
family occupy
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dar-for-a one-month visit win I
relative and friends In ......... i Mr. said Mr. Preston I K Bird Stetfinl louse la Porvtntr Ifterthl
IX I '" 101vlU, JUnatuaka and Zircwite. returned Saturday tree a vacation week until till vicarage It

'.. :.. f She 1* making the trip trip to Ltary. Ga.. Virginia, Wed, completed. _
I ....1HI north With her cranoaon Luther Virginia tad the CaroUaaa They James Field earn from Boito MERCURY

..... Ch>lId1er.. Jr., and hli mother, Mrs. were acvompanted from Waycroa, Thursday te attend Hi* weddh.l.
...... ..r'I$ IrfM Doha of Miami. This turn.mAJfn. Ga. an their way horse by Mr tf his farter. Miss once yield. and
Chandler has been Ita,. B Ir4'* mother, )Cn. R. L. Atkin Alton Home, and" I* visit lilt *.r.
t InfJU.Miami Beach with her aonIf on. Preston Bird, Jr. who la at eats, Mr and ....*. L L. Field. On
..,sow and daughter, MA and Mrs Camp Cloudmont at Menton Ala, August 17 he win return to an BOOKS
Hiin Vlhlen of Could, and her .If expected |10 return In two week post on till U. S. S. Tlncennei

I sis ln'Ja" and alec. Mn. a, Mr and M.-w-: Mill left on which he recently returned
,
I WjSneU and Milt RoumonafintU
'from Europe *
'I three-week vlillIn
of Wednteday'fot a
mom"r. I -
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;, and Mr7 Mack Harde an- Eleanor Kendrick, a liter of Mr'*. I Wednesday

:, nodnct the birth of. nine-pound Mill, who ha been visiting Miami Beach. 25c
daughter on Wednesday at the hero, accompanied them a* far asher
fojt Graduate hospital borne In Luverne.
SALEs :
FOR
sottiand; Vaunt, Maurice Hobln- Mr and "r.4rlan: : Jacobs IT.NOKGE REnilGEKATOtIS
Floyd Adam, *U of and their won, BlUr: returned toHomeitead MONTHS OLCIlEAP
Brwnvllk Ind. left Thursday Thursday after visiting For a Full-Length Novel
to return to their horn**after vlaiU Ia fraderkkabwaV Va, EvwiavUto, Call NAELECTROLUX

lngj!! In Redland a few day with Ind, and St Augiutlnt Beach. SHOW ROOM Her at teat are the I book America has been loading
Mf( Young ccMulA, Mr. and Mr ton. Declined by America foremost book teeig er
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W-.r Cut ),ft. and Mr C B. Wutlam well printed handKNnely bound In a special : : ;:

: I finish cover paper. At a pin which ha brought long
an4 sheer, Mr. and Mr* R P. Mo- loud applause from every lMIctiolof the country lie
Daniel Mr*. McDanirt win to I I I for a full-length novel
company them when they leave In New QuartersTHE Then great book bargain are mad* Mwlbte only
Monday for a abort vlettm Au..- because leading' book put>Uhn end author ar* ao-
ta.t HOMESTEAD: >> AGENCY: Of renting a tow royalty, becaua th* book art printed
ill M special bull peW presses to uantlu** .< IM.K3
7V oily Kill 4 Port Lauderdale SERVEL ELECTRO LUX' and because THE: AMERICAN: MERCURr-AtfrK
a rrtt-ed her Saturday to visit Mt. hading literary m*..11.l .-li.*. launched the Mterprta
.n lira. VlyU Dash t few "..kJ. The KenttM JitMatrator iiM: without Charging any overhead Mr editerjal expetw
to ItTo
Mr and Mr*. Uwte N Betts of to have published t bookt-all distributed
Atlanta/ has been moved from the Caves Building date w*
and their email daughter
I through the bettor twwiaUnda of America.
Betfa an speeding a work herewltlj ARCADEJ. ''I TIIIKTCtX inn a awwerfaL tarUlac ..ml
Mrs.. Betta br ther>tn-bw McCRORY I paned by brealMfW arWea sad a strange love Mary.IICRVTHINO .

.o Of. and Mr*-;tra'j..Hayae Ire W. MAGINMS Branch Manager 1 Ii.,j : a* 'tM It I'HL'NDU"lie.weal abaeeWag bt.r by**O.read aMcUtrre

vWlng| their eon. Roy Haynes la five years" C.ofe (.1I
wW.' I II employed: la Richmond V*. tt* leis an out aid and prxpertlv taitomen to VMt M I* I tHK: POSTMAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE described .
alko rMting other reto- oar aw home, by Ik* Pasco r. P. A. a* the Mat -
Pend 4d Woods there and' I I areaatoc. nlayMwMM bee that I hare any
mastery of."
t. rr ( -, .I. If your new dealer I*sold out and cannot supply you
I with the book, MM the coupon below for theM great

I i Don't Summer I bargain Send lie. i hi coin ar tempi for each book desired.Enclosed .
Neglect -. -. _. ..
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find.,*, t. PI send ThisW10" t | Everything '
I ', la Tbuauter ( 1 The Postman Always Ring Twice |

FertilizingDon't

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the fertilizing of We I Add"" -.-. ---. .-. .. .". '. .... .--.. .. -. tI1
neglect summer your grove.

mixtures far avocados citrus limes' and other I1 IL Aaierleui Merely Do*"a NI Laalargtao Avenge Now East J
carry ,, .:..
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next three months to insure clean, bright fruits Don't I I H lUtY'S WELDING SHOP

wait. Do it now. I, ruwcrrow. PEA


rerteU EbeMt sad AeeljrteM Welding are CyHndRteeka,
Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. Cylbkief Hew*, AhawJaut CaMtec set .... .

e t -1""r )/ nu/ ctuTtrl Redland Brand Fertilizers Aate4lr Mfael tae a.1llAlrtal-CaCet1. I* tng .ire awn
bearing pmarl*< sad aUoed ......... cmuMethag red twwriaga4
j ,.0)tI1I FUn B. itS, Mgr. KOMl'TboJ14 bertiK had cyttader .*rto...

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'q 41v Paw Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, July 30, 1937





r l I Social Events in South Dade. .. ]



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_, ALTON HORNE WEDS MISS GRACE FIELD SODACO CLUB HOLD CHINESE WOMEN ARE EMANCIPATED, .

_' h IN HOMESTEAD 'METHODIST CHURCH REUNION reunion IN of MIAMIA the members of the MRS. A. L CHANDLER TELL, B..P W;'Q II

r -- Sodaco Club at the Florida State

The marriage of Miss Margaret Me" and "I Lov -TowJruly; ." I College for Women at Tallahasienwa Fifty years ago marriage wa' their hands and feetMentaUy they

Grace Field daughter of Mr. and The hide wore a long formfitting held Friday at a covered dish the only career open to a girl In are splendid.
whit slln gdwn that tiered luncheon at the home of Mrs WU- I
Mrs. Lyle Levi Fief, and Alton China and she could not even select "Fifty yean ago daughters
Uorne, son of Mr. and Mrs Alonzo at the bottom, Oye* fM V-iwck- ford A. Snare In Miami. Most of her own husband but today not welcome Girl babies ...- were lefti

: C. Horn, was solemnized\ Friday ed bodice was 11.11Iwhite nftin' the members were In the Homestead .she may aspire to a teaching position i i to die of exposure and neglectIt

."i' evening at 8 o'clock In the Home- jacket with; soft ruffled seller graduating classes of 1922 to mining, to office work or was all right for parents to sen

ad Methodist Church In the short puffed sleeve and a peplum and 1923. tore work or to almost any other : a daughter In hard times. and

presence of relatives and frlcndj that tied In front at the watntllnc Those present wen: Mrs. Guy profession or business Mm A. L. for a husband to tell a wife evep

M The Rev. J. J. Richards, pastor of Her full length veil fell from a Upton Vinion the former Mia Chandler who recently returned

,Nt' the church, performed the cere- crown-shaped band edged with Mary Tower of Homestead; Mra from a three-year lay In Soo "Yet son were greatly desired,
blossoms:She strandof DuBois tho former Miss and If a man had no ions by his
mony. orange wore a Henry Chow, China, told member of the
and earrings the Tower Mrs H O. Thur wife he wag-expected to have some
( The altar and chancel rail were pearls pearl Dorothy ; Homestead Business and Profec '
.Uractl.ly decorated with tropical gift of the bridegroom, and car- man, the former Mist Zdna Smith; slonal Women's Club In Legion by concubines. Sometimes a son
ried of sweetheart Mn. the former was bought or adopted. AH this
foliage, and tall palms formed a bouquet roses Hqrold Small hall Monday evening.Mrs. -
I J' On either side lilies of the valley and baby's Miss Lola Moser; Mr Floy Watson Chandler was the result of anl..swrVA"
the background who wore a ,
ship. Every man wanted
J a son
breath.The the former Miss LorettaHorne
Easter lilies andacrofi Chinese
of the altar were eoatumJevender silk
to make sacrifices to his
I the front were pink and red I I maid of honor wore a frockof ;;Mrs. Ralph Rapp, the former robe, black velvet headdress for spirit.
Miss Marie Hamilton; Mrs. "Girl were betrothed in their
rone. aquamarine marquisette over elderly women and hand made
t taffeta It had a small round James O. Murphy, the former Miss hand embroidered satin shoes-I childhood The mother-ln-I.w
bride In
marrhge
The wI..lven
I Vivian Free; Miss ZIther-Llvln.., had one advantage over tha mod.
by her father. Her sister, Miss collar edged with pleating a pine told of the work of her brother
ton, Miss Katie Petersen; and the em mother-in-law. It she so de.
Helen Field maid of honor, front that was button trimmed. Dr. John Snell, chief surgeon for
was hostess, Mrs Snare, the former sired she could take the girl and
and the bridegroom's cousin, Lawrence short puffed sleeves and long flarIng 25 yean In a missionary hospitalIn
Fitzpatrick of Miami was skirt. Her hat was a poke Miss Rose Tower. Soo Chow, and her own work give her whatever training aha

shaped brim of the same material ai teacher of English conversation deemed fitting.
best man. MR. AND MRS. J. A. WEBB
"Women still do most
that tied in the back. Her flowers pf the
reading and English In Tsung Hwa
Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop played the HOSTS AT FISH FRY work in China. Everything In the
were salmon pink gladioli. School for Girls In the
bridal chorus from "Lohengrin" I Mr. and Mr*. J. A. Webb enter- same city. horn 1* don by hand laboriously
Mn. Field wore aquamarine The school, she said, was attendedby
at the processional and Mendel silk crepe with white accessories tained the following guest at In 200 girls from wealthy Chinese "Th great change made In the
: ssohn's wedding march a* the re- out-door fish fry Thursday evenIng I past fifty y.an'* due more to
nnd a corsage of gladioli and baby'sbreath. families, and 41 per cent of the
cetslonaL Before the ceremony : : Mr. and Mr*. J. M. Holcomb, graduates took further schoolwork Christianity than to anything ..IN.women'traIne4 .

Mr. Wlttkop sang "Oh Promise A reception at the home of Mr Mrs. E. T. Keith, Mr. and Mn. J. mostly In the United Statesor 'Bible worker

and Mn J. E.: Close followed the F. McKImmey and Bob Keith. England or Germany. i!-meet and Influence the masse
,W. P. CASH GIVES I The New Life movement applied ..
In the ,
cerrrrcny. dining room Mrs. Horace Thurman and The principal and founder of
FISHING PARTY FOB CLASS candle-!:ghted and decorated with Christianity 1* now spon.sored'
daughter, Jane, Misses Anita and the school: a Chinese woman of (
1' A few of the young people of coral vine, the bride cut the fin Helen Moye, Miss Mary McNeil' high degree, was the one, she said, I' P.by W.the C government"B. members who f.

the Church of Clod were given a slice from a large white wedding and Miss Evelyn Smith gave a Rur who started the movement to unbind can. i
to the district B. P. W. C.
go meetIng
fishing trip on the big bridge at cake that was ornamented with prise party Monday for Miss Elef the feet of the women of (
In West Palm Beach
i'T
Key Largo Monday night by their silver trimmings and flower and nor Kendrick of Laverne, Ala.,who China. All Chinese schools are I wen on Aug. I
and 8 asked
Sunday school teacher, W. P Cash.He love' bird made of Icing Mrs. was visiting her brotherinlawand required by law to have native i fey Mrs Flora

was assisted by Theodore Or- Clew served the cake with Ice I sister: Mr.; and Mrs. Wm. B principal but they ire permitted Myers with president, to 'leave their
her
name or with Mr*. Ben
+', -fanedeiJC. cream. I Mill, at the home of Mrs. B. H. to have foreign advisers. Archer
by Monday of next week.
Present beside the bride and I
The TMrtJ left Homestead about I bridegroom and their attendantswere Edwards. "Chinese girls look more alike Mrs. Sylvia Atkins may consent
fl o'clock/and; fished until about than American do, for
girls to
Mr. and Mrs. Close, Mr. and The CalendarAug. they conduct a Spanish class for the
f O'tlock Alter this all proceededto all have black and
eyes heavy Interested members seeking
a
I Mrs. Field the Rev. and Mn. J. J.
the other'end of the bridge black hair Mrs. Chandler said."They .
teacher
I it was announced.
Field\
Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Carl !
where fish sandwiches tad cold 4 Meeting of W. M. U are smaller than
Mr. and Mn. Lloyd Field, Mr. and our girls, Visitors present Included Mr*.
I drink were served. I Mrs W. H. Wood, Mr. and Mrs circle of Homestead Baptist and they have small hands and, Sam Davis. Mrs. R. W. Snell of

In the party were: Libby Jane Charles Martin, Mn. A. C. Home, Church. feet However, the active life the I Memphis, Mrs. R. S. Salinger, Mn.

., Duck, Hilda Dodson, Josie Cash, Mn. Howard Field, Mn. E. S. Cap- modern Chinese girls bad Is developing W. D. Bishop and Mn. C. W. Mo-

., Corrtne and Nellie Cash, Katherine linger, Misses Esther and Helen Au,. 8-Meeting of Aroma Club them physically--even1 Ewen.

't Orfanedes, Edward Tooter YNN Livingston, Misses Mildred and with Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner, Jr., at

Tf uman Mill, Henry Dodson, Jr.,' Margaret Field Misses. Dottie and Miami Beach.

George Kufeldt, Archer Dodson, Birdie Home, Mines Rule and Le-
trrr
Aug. 8 Sacred Heart benefit "lllr. :H J.tt1: }
WUwn Foppell Walter Kufeldt, titla Campbell Miss Thelma Mc- : :

Theodore Orfanedes, Jr., and La- Mahan, Miss Lorraine Fitzpatrick card party at club' building.

mar Dickinson, Jr. of Pensacola, Miss Lot Reed of
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Aug, 9 Meeting of Homestead
Miami Jo Close and -
Mary Earl
MRS. A. M.LOGANI3HOSTESS Business and Professional Wo-
and James Field. I fflfe
TO W. M. ft. CIRCLE: The bride has been honored men's Club at 6 p. m. In Legion Rl/t! AiZ(

Mrs. A. M. Logan was hostess with a number of prenuptial show- halt
to the Young Matron W. M. S.I en. She was born In Albion, I Au,. 11 Meeting of F L. and ,
T. at home of Mrs. Calvin Fox.
: circle Tuesday evening. Miss Jennie Pa., but has lived In Homesteadsince I >
LobdeU conducted the Bible her infancy. After her E1I 6 e" elpltOf9
A word contest held Aug. IT American Legion
study. was graduation from Homestead High I
and Mrs. Augustus Wynn won the School In 1935 she wa.gradUuled Auxiliary luncheon meeting with.
Mrs. Harold Sheffield. I
prim. Announcement was made from Homestead Cusl-

j that the next meeting will be held nest College. She 1* a member of MAXIMUM
at the home of Miss Lobdell on the Dame Club and an active Aug. 19 All day meeting and ALiALISISIGE
luck of Homestead and
dinner
j Aug. 24 when Mrs. Cecil Walker member of the Homestead Methodist pot COMBS
tedland Home Demonstration 7
I will be hOiter.j Church.
Club at Woman' Club.
'j During the social hour, Un.II' The bridegroom i* a member grrzevZSCZNI CA22ONATZ6 i

Logan served I let cream and cake.Tho Of one of the pioneer families of Aug. 24 Meeting of Young COMPOUND ics

1 II.i ** present were: Mr WU- Homestead. H* wa active In Matrons CIrcle of W. M. S. at

I bum Reed and Mrs. Wynn, visitors,' Future Farmer project and in home of Mia Jennie LobdelL Toe. 75C tip

Mr L. L. Poyser, Mr E. A. Buchanan dramatic In Homestead High I
School from which he was graduated ALL POPULAR STYLES II
Mrs. Earl Pacettl Jr., Mrs.Walker X
!I Miss Lobdoll and the ho4es *- In 1030. After his graduationhe DR. B. F. Daffd Jeaeetk fee Beeler CeesbfagC
*. farmed until a year and a half STEBBINSReflitered G MAaa rN 4 IaatC5e
ago when he Joined the navy and Optometrist t

wa stationed In Honolulu and the IS YEARS'
WINNERS IN CONTEST
Pacific coast Recently he was Practice la Homestead j f
ENTERTAIN LOSERS transferred to the naval air trainIng fall J16 a.
Room 8 and T
C ICE CREAM MADE ;
') The Regular of the Epworth hose at Pensacola. McCrory Arcade Powatl

League of the Redland Community When they left for Pensacola Hours: YteY FRESH

I I) Church entertained the Recruiters Monday morning their plan included Saturday _...___ 7.30 to 10 p. m. DAILY ;
,I ( of the league Monday evening as a stops at point of Intereston MAIN OFFICE IN OUR STORE
i
I reward for being the winner of
a
the way and a visit In Lake 121 W. Flatter, Miami. Fla.2231327152 .
membership contest held by the Wale with the Rev. A. A. Koe.t- FO oz
FhBe*:
two *lde*. line, former pastor of the Homestead t.!

t Indoor game were played at Methodist Church, and Mrs. Dr. L. W. Btebblne, Associate POWDER ,

I the horn of Mr. and Mrs. Gotch Koestline.DR.R.S.AKERS. You'll enjoy
seaelerGd our tasty
I Kufeldt C a
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Gag Electrolux sandwiches: :

DRM.A.BERGERDentist II AND 8CRK |
j N* Electricity Needed 10s'

DENTISTOffice II I NEW LOW RATES .f "


{ noon: 9 a. ... te 8 p. a& II|.YlnU P.. Lyon 2o.tea | THE DIXIE DRUG B 1,

Sundays S t* It R.

First National Bank Ce4 SaturdaysFree J. T. TOMERLLN ... ..
Homestead, Florida *....S ... A'
Building I TRANSFER
Parking Space
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x Office Hours 8:30-4:30 1784 N. W. 3CTH IT. MLL1dIPHONE Dirt Weed 81nbIR'N. 1. hibh

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Friday, July 30, 1937 THE.TEADER. ENTERPRISE __ Paw SeveIt ,,-




It rc l 1 I LEGAL NOTICES- I CLASSIFIED ADSRATE I


Social Events I NOTICE or APPLICATION HERD PAR TAJ I II

I (."... bill No fall I
NOTICE IB HKRKIIT GIVEN the : Tint Insertion 104 a line; subsequent Insertion

I. P MoLwn. kokk of Rate ... OuMi Si a line
... Tu Certificate No 7048 .based tto Indor I
r l, 'r of Aural. A D 1041. had Mod. MMIn ,,

, [fpnss JEAN ROBERTS Mrs. Anderson assisted by Mn tea ntr dead ffMO f, aid W bound km _d- _1""at4, FOR RENT FOR SALE Insulated nr rl?

PRINCETON MAN Bryce McLain served Ice croon tensile ..'brava the ,= deuterium' 1 new half gallon water Jug with

,ill; Miss Jean Roberts daughter of and the birthday cake which wai praorrtT..\ooWa. to-wtti to Uw palate of Undo SUM FURNISHED APARTMENT. Summer big mouth. eic; used toilet bowl

''I f III rs. Ada Roberts of Homestead, white with pink decorations am Lot U J... D. TBWOM AM.. .....1 rates. C. R. Baggers. 104 without tank. $150 worth $8.

1 wai married to Henry French ol; bad candles on It. tied Pint ,leob6 sate d..*.....III.......to. the Count, oftto I N. K. 2nd ave. (Jy 21 tf) Holllster Sage E. King High

Princeton Friday night in For n.. awr-.a4 ., low ta..rtr wad. way. those Ren
:! Among present were: MM ....1'..... Lew" ass Ie the sr fOR RENT Modem 4roomfumubed
i ,. The young couple nle Marie Marks Mary Lou am oft TIM.ar.e ....,. clean. eooL Mrs,
i : i left Immediately for a two-weel Bobble Wu elwhlte. Lorralm V._ MM ointfhoM abed k* tMWm. apt, SEE a C. MURPHY about beautiful -
1'la..1 .d a..wdlae a emu, Mw VH'H _I..,I Eva Collins, Federal highway gas ranges without down
honeymoon trip to Madison, Walker, Ruth Gravest Clamor UKO in will te MM to tW klukoit kMooiot and BUeayne. drive. (Jn lltf)
former home of the bridegroomand and Pearl Marie Cooper and the Uw Coart-kow 4oor M Ikr tint M-d.1 payment McCrory Arcade
In tko mouth of SmtonWr IMT, vklrk
ether points m north FloridaOn mothers of the children. and the Uw Stk soy of ..._. ... IMT. FOR RENT Modern 4-room 10 ACRES pine land MO feet frontage -

their return they will make' hostess Cotoi this IMk. B.MT LEATHEKMAN of July IMT.B. ., apt Mn. Peter Johnson SOT W. on south aide Epmore drive.

: their home at Princeton.For I Cbrk of ClmH Court "I 12th St (Jnll U) adjoining Seaboard railway; ISO

the ceremony, toe bride won I 8ILVERMAN FAMILY _,...? Court IM BOM Comlv Pwri :HOUSE IN FLORIDA CITY for per acre. H. A. Cameron, Home

pink flat crepe with white acces HOLDS REUNION at N.Q/TERIETTB.C. stead Phone 72. (Jn 4 tf).
I July M. A... e. IS. rant by year. Furnished or un.
sos ies. Her mother and Mr. and Mayor and Mrs. M. Sllvermai N'.I
furnished. Inquire LeaderInI -
Mrs. Clarence Hilliard were In at. I of Florida City, their sons ant FOR SALE Tropical plants, dt-
NOTICE OP APPLICATION, POE TAI I terprise. nil trees and tropical fruit laaeaaen.
r tendance.Mrs. other relatives held a family reunion onto:

French was born in Miami at Tahiti Beach Sunday % (So uw Hill No. IM> FOR RENT $10 per month Jungle Grove, Replant

but lived In Homestead and vicln.Ity Present besides Mr. and Mrs. Ell H.NOTICE a Wolf.IS holler HEREBY of NOW GIVEN and OoootiTu the. I 4-room house, partly furnished;;I road and Plummer drive.

most of het life. She attended verman were: Mr. and Mrs. S. S. OortltlMM. Taxi I.... wad Uw U4u I garage, chicken yard; 1H miles dma-
R L RED FRYERS-Uve or
ol A.._ A. D. tout kM tIM MOM
Homestead High School. Sllverman and San. Ronnie, of MIami hi my otffao. now kM made kpollMtWII fOItu I, from Homestead. J. It. Brooks,, ed. Free delivery city. Phone

), Mr and Mrs. E. Silverman of a dad to U k M4 UWMOO. saw Car Home te d. (Jy 211 tf)
TleM.
MIAMI CROUP ATTENDS Miami Beach Myer Sllvermai Ottawa .._ tko .....-.. owrWnmprrt < I i 53S-M. Mclwen Poultry
to the Clients, of DaN, stake dPlorM I
ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION and his three children; Mr. and .. ..-'"';i FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUSPIANO
About fifty members of the 1M IT. Hk..k 4, .......1'. MM N*. i. I I
Mrs. J. Friedman of Miami Beach
a ....... Plot Book SI. tun ... U tko
First Nazarene Church of Miami Mr. and Mn. Sam Silberman .nd Onsets of Dado. SUM of plortM.Tho BARRED: ROCK breeding stock TUNING and _birI&.

tic came down to Homestead Jut son and daughter, and Mr. ant i jojoiinniit of MM Property o4n, PrIze winners. 1 pen of Bishops,,I Good used piano for s... cr' ap.
tko MM' Mrtirbou IjooMl WM hi thin sea
night to take part In a basket picnic Mrs. H. Shafer of Brooklyn. of i Unknown. 1 pen of Parks, also White Leg. \ W.E.Koon.llSN.W.9idStBuy

which was held at the home ol v._ MM Mrttflnto. awl ko redeem. horn pullets. .
M OMMdlni M taw, Uw 111.Ml U 4omHndtkrralii .!
Mr. and Mrs C. A. Field In cele MRS. fOX IS HOSTESS will to said to tlw kHriwot kUtoiXI POULTRY EQUIPMENT. Batterybrooders

I bastion of the first wedding anniversary TO F. L. T. CLUB the Caort.koow ooor on .tlw trat M.>Mal to accommodate 1000 a Home
.. .... .
In Uw nnnlk of IMT, wkkk kUw
of their son and dough.'teritielaw When the F. L. & T. Club held: still day of Hn>tonil..... IMT. chicken Also 8 movable poul-I I Grove Land
'the Rev. and Mrs paw them lath day of July IMVE. try houses In excellent Buy
Its pot-tuck luncheon meetlni R. LEATHKRMAdi.Clark 'I
Howard Field of Like Mary. Wednesday at the home of Mrs of Cl..... Court. Fla. type, with metal roof Willaccommodate Buy Glade LandIt

f Alma mater songs of the various Calvin Fox plans were made for Curt awl DOM Gouty, MortalClnvH ,I 100 hem He,,. : Is my firm belief that hlk-
V-K ELECTRIC PUMP In good
f colleges represented were sung a bingo party to be given for the Br N. fl. aTERRETT. D. '0. I II II I ar price are Imminent.
July N. A... a. is. "i. condition.Mrs. .
and The Gospel Four, Miami I II
f club at the home of Mrs. Horn ,I I
1 Alice F. 1) Box DORY quibble about frin.DoBt .
several numbers .
quartette tang D. Wolfe Tuesday evening. During ie- :
I
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The others present NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX 80S, comer driveand "-1..
were relatives the morning, the member
DKIBSmlo Buy new.You'll ,
of the Rev. Field.REBEKARS sewed for the Rebekah bazaar and < HID life IMI I I Richard road. (Jy9tf) I i
NOTICE IS HERF.BT GIVEN that thank me far this MI<-
HOLD: In the afternoon bingo was played. H a. w...... abler of awes old C--"I: POTATO LAND 10 acres only.1 I geatloa a few months besot

Mrs. Earl Pacettl was the winner TM 4 k..r4 tea Soil depth, 2 ft to 4 ft $125 per
DISTRICT MEETING of Iflr A. D. IM"*, kM filed unw In mioTflro ; A. CameronLEGAL'NOTICES
Mrs. Ethel Vandecar of Coconut The club will meet again with and nu made noolkulion' for a totni > I: acre. H. A. Cameron. : H
I to to bud tkvrom. said 4>rtlfl.>MomkrwM
Grove presided at a meeting of the Mrs. Fox on Aug. 11, It was de- OK fulkiwlmr described Frowns 4-ROOM HOUSE and lot, out of'j
cided. In Ito Cleans ot Dnai Stale of jnorfcw
Rebekahs ot District 24 held In
M.wN, I'I town. 500.00 cash H. A. Cam:
the Homestead lodge hall Monday Present besides those mentionedwere Lot ,e, Blork 4. Ponmlr. Plot No.I. eron (Jnll ttROOM ) i

evening. A program feature was, : Mrs. Blanche Chapman,I n lu....... riot Book It. Mn 14, In. I I NOTICE or APPLICATION roe TAX
the CA.... at Dade, SUM of Plortdn.Tko
box ritualistic work. M.. I:. S. Mrs. Flora frame shingle DUD
.a question on Cspllnger, noionnmit of MM oraoortr m4wttoMM $- house new 411,06" HID Mo. IUI

:' A cake prize was won by Miss Ruth' Compton and Mrs Anna Messerimlth. .Mrtlflnl loved WM In Uw swam root, all city Improvements; H I NOTICE IS HLUKBY GIVEN M..t
I oft VMnoom.Vnlow ... ... .
.
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Witt of South Mltml I MM MHlflrato. oknll to .. *... acre round, 38 bearing" avocados 1'Propel.. CMUrbMo P...* saddler saw d WIT State bow4 I llv- lot

After the meeting the hostesses, *4 wvordlnt to .low,. Uw the plops/_.to..... Mirltod kMdrrnl I IS limes, variety of miscellaneous 1 day W Aon* A. D IN' kM fund Goer
thirds will to saw to .
Mr*. Jos. Cay, Mrs. Flora Compton, The Dorcss Class will meet this tko Cooort-_ ooor on the first Mnodorhi fruits, price $1800. : ta ow dead offtao to, .W M bad ku MHto UIOMM soplkiod Also C.rue..

Mrs. O. C. Radford and Mrs. I afternoon at the home of Mrs. .this. wealth of..SVotMitor. IMT.. wkkkIk. to Can sell on terms $700 cash balance tilmd, Mikrono the ,.......lo. 4
tk day of .tM>krr. IMT.Clnratt
I ofWVl
ry D. Wolfe served iced tea Har.1 Chu. Martin. Mrs. Martin and Do" this tst.., day of Jolly 104?. $30 per month. This Is out repartee. .Mi tied Coat ot DMX Hum

'puoklet.AKCME. Mrs. C. E. Saunders will be the I. s, L nr'"R..IIr4 I of the city An excellent pure ( ofWNEH' : _.... .., To>r,alp'
.
__ I hostesses. Clark tf M Siwtk. K.I.O. M r.... I. ten '' ,-
chase. H. A. Cameron. (Jnlt )
I Dad County VMrwa I, of OMVi. State of r........
CLUB HOLDS
.
.. Court Soil Tko MHHIIIIIH of MM -'ir .M-rUw
IKEWING BEE FOR ORPHANS Br N. C. STCRRETT. D. C. 10 ACRES, of which 8 acres areglade MU omlflrau bred WM III thi MUM
I SERMON TOPICS Air. ... Aw._.. It. SOI. balance land. About of i Mart L. Br.l.*>..
Areme Club held a sewing pine .
M'll'e' I tlnUM MM MrlUboU ....11 W "..)KIo >
ibee Friday at the home of Mrs. ..._. I TAX Ii 278 neglected trees--grapefruit, | Moordlito to k>.. MM onioort *!-.. HbxlIkrrrlB
NOTICE OP APPLICATION roe
be I olll k. wM lo Uw ....- >.'"M.iW
Albert to finish articles BAPTIST CHURCH and tangerines--can
|( Meybem DKFDfftmt. oranges 1M CoMlt. MMM .M M .... first M".MP
., to send to the Masonic orphans' A of. 1 Morning sermon NOTICE IS .HERRRV Rill Ho. IMI GIVEN. that reclaimed. $1,150. Can make ,' UW OMItk Vf ...-...... nUT, ....I. |>
,
jhomit at Saint Petersburg. I I by Mrs. C. N. Walker ea "How R. E. Swat holder of State end County 1 some terms. DaIaoIh", Ilk mr of lab 1oo plMik d. d>r.July.IMT.I93YIL

Miss Estella Turner and Mines Tax, Ortirint No fall iMjod the eta! Phone 72 II. A. CAMERON II. H LEATNERMANClerk
I God Reveals Himself to Men" day of AiUTOM, A. D. IMK boo tiled Mm "f ClmH C-art

Either and Helen Livingstontime evening arrrnon by the pastor In MV .Mks.m and kM __ appUrntlo fortocdool NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAXDEED Dead culaotp. i. Ida
to lewd tkorao R.M CorUflMt
to -
In the morning, and after on "What Will a Man Give In sob,.. the following bailed. -IW4Notfe Clrmlt Court Sm ,
.
that Mao. flay By N. C. STERRE T. t.
lunch they were joined by Exchange for Ills LIre'r'Aug. ,praportr HI Uw CouMr of Dodo. Slat of I. .ass, koiiwr* b .konbrrm. o-lMnot rf City of SouthMloml (July 10. Aux. .. "t !!
Goaded, towMlLot. ;
fclrs. Frank Schneider and Mrs.lob service Nuolwn4 ..'. I
: 4 Prayer SS nioek ... Toots of PlariM Told Certificate

Harris. Mrs. J. L. Burto.rat. .' subject: "The Superiority of last Proper, n ........., plot Ronk S.PM. I l lava n.7. kM HM ttUt*tti Ur MM of CrrtlflMt.ttulmlMr.m .A.; of.rfc D.. I TO ALL AND NOTK SINGULAR K THK MKM.HKRS .
Uw Cvutr of Dad. state
.*,gift :tt Christ" rm4. .. >.d kM mud .ppllrotlon. lot ash OP souTH DADS COIlNlf' '

The next meeting will be held Tho MiiMount ., saw praponr under, .. d. to bra Cerutkaw.hsa.w UwnM III neroruiwl ttM wrtkw. ilk FRUIT OHO w!MB AND AND TO ALL TRU WHOMIT > MISASSOCIATION

6 Miami when Mrs. lh. Mid oMUflwti bad WM In Uw cam.Got ./ I. Mid CONCEKN CMEKTINl: ,H
:. lug. at Beach CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH VnMMnrn. I mine dmrlbrd pniportr situated III Dado NAY ,
eo. W. Turner, Jr., will be hoiDuring MrtlfkmU shall to i H o..mtr. norMo, saws tLd You u4 .MKk.....of Audi M* Iwn-liy IIflrd
Lesson-sermon of the .saki..hv
1 suhd that oj
Am. .l'.IoI.: ....;:ifCL.'i N. Resale l0, Franklin
low UM oroportr : .
*. In the City of Numb Miami. Guests, t MIL Dow Counter PnH Omar <
topic "Love limes to Uw khthooi W .MilWom.iTi to.
= rnrkor1 Aixorkilnii will .e
: Sale rlseMi.
the social hour Mrs.chneidei'drew I Ihi Dad.
it the on the flnt HIIUM In midland I I''' '''l..
Cluh '
I the pack. .. ....... WI> ",,",..rrrad'w.r.r tko month M ........... IMT, wktah is' Tto .__at of MM ofmwrw .RAW... I these l iirluck. "a. "" I -' .
mystery In the e
bad >
... ., i to nM ContfbMo wn : ::: ;
Stft soy s.pi.wb.r IMT I > IMh .f AIUJIMI. A. D Ile, J,
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The hostess served wgtoijnelon '- NARANJA Dated Ibis ties du of loir. ''',. I IE. ofu.-- .....
*ge. II IAMM .saw OrttflroU. atoll W ...... .Ilk* lln_ ."H purr I Anisette IsaOax >
to refresh the workers. 'IMMMM.errrrrrr.rM"M.N.r..M.NMrrMlr. B. LEATHKRMAN. I .d -" .. a ... tau did will......1 hall W ked for Ik* run .fFranmililiio
Clerk of Cbmlt Court.DM .
., 4b ilth them "HI niml
or ""
Auawb A.
SACRED HEART 1t'BTO (Continued From Page Two) Cae..,. rlorUn3r t 1011.Mews s th .11Io ass for Uw il..t.'.,....... of any .1 .I i it,

Mrs. Q. W. Moody and children ..a Court SWIBr N C. ITKFRETT, D. C. Woods lkk II* d.r ot J'thf. A. W"B. .easier MrUon which mat kr t. '"i'i*
HOLD PARTY AUG. IBridge '
Joan and John B., have gone for Over 6.. A... S. It Ml.HOTICB B. LKATHXIIMAN.Cferk I iwill .
of ClmU CMrt.
prize winners at the I i two-week vacation in North Dean OOOM ilortdo .....,.....
Sacred Heart Club benefit card or APPLICATION POE TAX "limit Court SaaLDt /L A. 'IIOII"Hr.II. b..July ,,,'.
Mrs. Carolina:' and Tennessee. bRRn, -tMirWotfc. N. e. IlTEUn'I'. D. 0. I'. is. N. A... I ".
Friday evening were
party b Jesuits sewn that Willie UMirilUM (Jay 51. 10: ... .. 18. Ju' -
Ruth Godwin Mrs. Frank-Schneid Albert Simmons has returned koMrr M uilirMo of Clear of I WOTIC.E<<: DP ArrtirATioi role tAIIKKU .
....... Miami Tex Oortlfk-iw NomtoniJ NOTICE OP APPLICATION POB TAX -A MH-II
er and Frank Belts, and the pinocleprize rom a visit with R. C. Jackson at 114. lewd the tau soy of ..._..... A. neap | (owner Mill No. ease
winner wag J. B. Broeker. 'igeon' Key where he fished. D., UI1. to Sled. MM CortJfkoU hi .. of- file N*. iMIl I I 1 NOTICE IM MKarBr IVKM U..l *.!.
Mrs. M. S. StuditiU and Mrs. A. .let, u4 kM wad appllnillon for Ui dead I Nellie k hanky eta, Hurt 1. A. wand M Cmm. Mbar ., SUM sad i'--
:o fci.li thrroon to MMntaHro with MW. ,rlM toUrr m* ___, of City of 11'1 tar TM ConHlralM. Mo. W.. sad .. DI N.tlli were the hostesses. I Mrs. H. A. Aman has returned .loU CorUfleaW oMkrMM Ito '. ,T.. Corttfkokw Nunkwod InTM ..... u.. Jot day of AMmM A. l>. loll hM
that Miritod oupiilf. said In DM. I..t; '''''. did the rah 4w of July. A. D. radial riles In Mr 0"". load kworUeoUim r-im
Announcement was made I from a two-week visit with her .r, ........... t...... lilt. too food saw OortlflMM to ., offtor fir s U< dead ... w 1 Iow4UWMOO.
the club's next party will be held f mother in Lamont. Lot I*. Bh..k .. ........ of klk. teed him wade nppUnlMNi for MI did Saw CWrtlfkMM __. tk.foUmliHf .
A I TOWMIU ., Lark,., In the City of t 'he to how tlwroM Is Mrdoo r wit* Morrlood In Uw 6 In the club's building. =
August MtontL Coast .f POM HUM 'I'I.low. SUM Cant,...... MikraM MM, fot.towhMI of Uoilo. auto .rr ..- ,
Present beside those mentioned' Zollle Kyle spent Saturday visitIng adsorb........ I tkwrlb.d pryorty, Ittuowd In DO* Lot 1 Nlork 4. Nonk_ Hlllil_
Mrs. Arnold Tripp. TW MOOMIOO.I of MM propoitr :1''Cv otp. rr red., rim Rub I& Pan N. to list (beetvd
were: Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Cameron his mother :
..,. MM CrrtHwiM kono4 wu tof the Lot L Stork 1. .."' ...... the .... lie*. Nate d PMrwy an makers"
Mrs. Frank Belts, Mrs. T. E. Evans, .1 Vnknowx.tjolow It, the of Miami Gouty lo ConlflrMo No. 44*. TM i.r s
Mrs. H. SchlegeL Mrs. Lora Pye. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Album have MM Cortlfhmlo imH to ::-0:.: ..C':1 VIorM M MMtoMo4 Mou of MM Mioxrlo oiwVr Uw dead
M _.. to low. torn aid will how hi c..tl'..... Mo. ItTM Th.MiiwMint Conlfleow b.oo. wan In Uw .... of
Mrs. Paul Oiklerke, Mrs. F. S. ; returned from a business trip to N.i m on tto Nth 4w ol A_ A. D. of now Primarily nodrr ttoMM I Vokonvo.
&herr Mrs. Mrs. Maryland 'MT.DM. omwteow leaved mo In Uw UOM Lot I. m...k 4. NonkwMl M.......*,
Frank Panno
>4 this II* 4>r of I.,,. A. B 117.E. of Un_ ....... Pta. Bonk O, Poo.IS |* tko
W. C Roberts, Mrs. F. A. Mlnnerly, R LEATHRRMAN.Ctork : \*. I, Sloes 1, MurUoA Mot seek Com of Odor New of ......... M
Miss Elizabeth Brocker, W. C. Miss Gas Chrlstance spent the of Cfmtt Client ,., pan >. to UM tttr of MUmU c.... .ballad hi LortMtau No. 4>4*. TM
week-end In Miami where she Dad COOM. Plortdn. to d DatIe Sale d r.._... an s onnioiinl of MM IKwoortr made tMMM
KwtatvAnthony DI Natill and the Ind. c..rt 'L braided In Ctrtitimu H. .n1. TM OnlfkoM baled w M Mw IIMVIof
Rev. J... B. Cloonan. went on a fishing trip. Br N. c. STEKRerr. o. o.llT d paid Waal to U...
:'Wc.......... ..
I < U. to; A.. 9, IS. Ml paw _Wass hoed am I. Our a.anof I V bM OM* Maw
UaIta. I M oMoitfliui to .... Uw orowttf definite,
OBSERVE FIFTH BIRTHDAY - KOTICBNolM U.lMI MM CorilfkWM Mll WM ....... i o4 UwMln will ko mad to Uw Mo*** kUV
ANNIVERSARYMrs. I* tonkr torn thaw tko under, OMOI M to low n *-4 will bout air at tko Casrthiwdoer oo Ik. tintMoMv
Gas Electrolux ..md will on A mot If.. IM7, ooplr to. ,allows .. she lllk iff | AWMl. A. lit In Uw tweak of tfUml.t, VAST.
Robert Anderson gave a .... MMomkl indeed of the ClnMt ConrtjI I 'm. asks b tko site soy of ..-.... I-
bjrthday! party Wednesday afternoon .. I Dodo C_'". Florid. (or M onto of fiolol than rata try of |,h>. A. II. 1, PoW4 Ikto Slot soy of July, A. D, ISSfE.
Ne Mb' Me Moving Parts Mai.n by owe d so "Now" remold B. a. LaA THIIIII...last.I M. LEATNKRMAN
in celebration of the fifth Or rimltCMl.VoKCoootr .
Jane child Was a w we" ..5H Clwk of ClmM Cad Clark
birthday anniversary of her little | NEW LOW RATES | "' ; I! DwV, Om,. riorM.Br riMMKdrrati
.5.114.L.. M. C "In. a CwH .
Rita71RXGGII "
daughter, Gloria Jean. The ChJ1d.IIIare4.aQlf -, Virgil D. Lyon IbiMoieaJ EfRTS. ti Ck-ooJI Coort SML4J (1,1 I J4;: C 115AT'P, lea lei

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, THE LFADER. ENTERPRISE Friday,July 30, 9.11 !

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Clubs and If maintained for the I
' MCKEE I convenience and protection of their[ : ; I
property at Royal Palm State Park.
Their means of maintenance 1* "MBSAGE TO HOUSEWIVES"IT
j (Continued From Ont
fag ) I limited, and the act that the wires
' ptey to both aides of the argument sac in several places,does not mean I
McKee, en unsuccessful applicant that the line has been abandoned CERTAINLY "KEEPS YOU ON YOUR TOES" TO BALANCE -
for the ,
uuufwnMHt the mayor
This it to notify those concernedthat
aid, was the chief source of trietlon -, further occurances of this n*. THE FAMILY BUDGET THESE DAYS. BE SURE TO
$, McKee should bays accept turf will be .-...." TRY US FOR THE LOWEST PRICES ON YOUR FOODSTUFFS
ed without vratest and In full the! The telephone bee from Home.. -
rul" sad regulations teoentfc i
stead te Royal Paint Stat Fork a
adopt tl( >j the city| cowwtt. kaUL < of miles, wes oonitnicted -
distance Hty
Uttor wan \interim that
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.. McKtt should at aU times b. per._i! ago by 1 the about Civilian two Idlit Conservation years P.J. fRANKLIN I I Inc.
milled entry to the pool upon pre Corps unit that stationed here .
ntatioA at his ticket, provided
M KM agreed not to Interfere with at that Phone 40 Homestead Fla. We Deliver
the posted schedule by giving diving -
kseant or coaching\ ... time.W.O.W.
fterieneed....illI_... McKee wu \
further warned strictly to refrain Maxwell House Fresh Florida Local FREE 1 J

Awn any verbal comment which Cake Tester with
might possibly east I reflection Continued Front Page One)
t upon the management of the pool I nut Qrove: le retary, K. A fnwler COFFEE Pullet Egg$ SPRY
of Coconut Grove N.
f Accepting without qualification ; w.tcl\lVn.
the counsel of Mayor Harris both iT.Rhode Wilson of HomeiteadRecently of Miami) .sentry J. T lb. .. 30e dol. _ 30c 3 lb. can 59c
Bluer and McKee agreed ta forge
elected officer of the
the "water passed ever the dam"and
j shook bands ,n a pledge ol Hemeetead camp,Avocado No (07.
.aN H.L.Brown,council command. Melons 22 .lbe
future* mutual eo-opentlo and i Water RArIu- .1C
"new deal" la the presence of Arbitrator er, W. R. Bird p.CGm..and..r; ASUGAR V
L. D. French, secretary: W. Y.
Tom Harris and a loninewspaper
'Bush, banker; W c. Campbell, advisory
observer
I lieutenant, W X King,
sentry; Henry Pearce escort, and
I :U H. Walters watchman. bulk 5 Ibs. XSc
KENDRICKContinued I ,
I The next district conference will
be held at the lodge hall of Bis.cayne Now
i
Camp No. 30 in Miami on
( from Page One) Oct.: 27, it was announced.
year The two member added I Cobbler Potatoes i 10 Ihs.Z3c
Tuesday following appointment ---- -
Gov. Coot, took part only. ia the SWIMMING POOLPROGRAM
formal award of the contracts. "
Tha ""
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two new members are R. P.Terry,, ""Concentrated1* ,''. :12otltirc t' Relish
Miami lawyer and R. U tjlii: Delly Monday tbreuh Friday '';"'. Ferro House
utilities emj>tej...of. Miami Be.eb. 100-8: :30 Non-Swlmnwrs class 1 Super-Suds ,';1, or

I ,." At engineered a reorganization by thence Tuesday of the board, Van 10:00-10:30 30-1145: -- Junior Diving\ Uf Saving Ig, pkg. ...............; % ,: .Ijty&AS2No : Salad Dressingqt .

{ .' r. Btantoo was elected chairman 199-330: : Recreational; Swim Fruit lowt: ......... .. .; !; .% cans..25c"Fanning
tuppla tinf the veteran. board ming water basketball rabbit, ---"t: jar .. ..25c
r member, W M. Comjbs. Sri*. f>P._. water polo" dodge ball Both forOrange ..........20c;." '.". I
Work on the new addition 10'' 3:30.4:90: : Advanced Swimming .
.. Helm 7fomatePICKLES
Homestead Rich School: building I Bread;J&IInutt r
{ VM begun Monday' of tbii week: Pekoe KETCHUPIff.
WANT ADS PATSERVICE
a4 work o* repalriat and re.1.1t : .
t palntini Hedjsoa School will begin! ;-'TEA:

}I .ext Mendiy. I :: 15-oz. jar .. 15c Iff. bottle .... 1ge '
: I r: pk.25c

I Luscious,ripe HEINZ. ; .

; VANDALSContinued ; P &.(};SOAP BANANAS BABYFOODj3cans..43! I T,:
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II Giant ,: ?SC

from( Homestead From to the Page park One lodge) 6 bars........... ar.a 3 Ibs . lOc ;.

out ot service 18M
Section c/f the/ line have been
cut and carried off and Insulatorson
the poles have been used for i Country Roll Butter36c
toIr,,"' Mr. Atkinsons appeal YOU LIKE;
a* prepared for publication ,ta as,
follows: checking and thoroughMention
I
This is written as an appeal to and inspection whichwe
the fair-mlndednees ot those who' Insist in ,
Upon every case
enough' to shoot at and break ta>. eclentleus service you want. We i ROLLED :

;t sul tors oa the telephone line running ippnciate your patronage and .\ .... ... '. .
: to Royal Palm State Parkwith ,
w know' that its continuance ", '
the hope that this practice ". : : ,
will be depends upon out ability to "
stopped."It
it alto written as a warning Ntisfyyou. MILK kad 3 tall cas: .llC"Easy
: to those who have recently cut RED THURMAN'S : aay,% ,., ; < .: ;
: several section of the wire, carry l .
tag it att."This SERVICE STATION I J; ".;
: g GEORGIA
line is the property of the to Prepare" Wk.,
s. Krome at Ire street
Florida Federation of Women'sGas Chipped Beef : Smoked Bacon
.. CRACKERS '
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i j Electroluxa 'd-Ib. pkg. ... 13C 1-Ib.kg..loc Ib .n_ 28c ,
r I Now ettratee at the cost of ajJClectrte I

I NEW LOW Refrigerator RATES I Twin Lakes "Our Own Sliced" Fun Cream

\trfil D. tye Homestead I w Apple Butter B. BACON Daisy Cheese
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NEWTG.BALLNoUry Ise 28-07. jar ..27c 'lb. . . 38c lb.-__ 25c

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\. rw KINDRED HKKremeAve.NardStiling INSVItANCZ ruUie UNit AND. OLE Local Fryers CufKib..35c. .


JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA

PILLSBURTScr or 11 wJ .
t CWtCn Pnoatraaee, FLOUR GOLD MEDAL 5 B. PK. $4
INIOY summit C MPORT a de
Real Estate .dry.... low 11I.c Lrt 41.6. .

General Insurance &A-d...... .lsnw.e.Nea.M inSonSa .
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FLORIDA. C'ITT.. andAve.1Q "Jo..PalmAve. .w..rt.. ..., J;;.: g".rs 1M Chuck Roast Western teefelb.! 23C

I All C01,10"1, 011116
locrrt H::. WHO'
( sawn rose Nor 33t
Ito-Stria eM Mar M
A.-.tICAN LEGION 'It wee SIOI N'" .S," LOCAL KILLED I SELECTED.
[ .....S100 14 aSUI"tr
.. ace flrwt.." Ar.rrieta and third....Wednesday.... llldgt.ta .. =.:'e.da r+,.,.a.e.,we faces. ] I STEWING HENS fc.28c CALF BRAINS i. 15c

9. -.)'.... Eraser J ,
Ave, .....had, ria _'nIL'..-0"11" "Oll_0"0'0 0. ,, 'It I IF

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