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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 22, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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THE : tEADER-ENTERPRISE






VOLUME XXVI-NO. 29 HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 2?. 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS.







, PLAN $65,000 CITY. HOSPITAL I fTo




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Ask $100,000 of PWA '!'NEEDED HERE MORE THANANYOTIRIP.A.PROJECF





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Had to Go in Cold Storage. to'Cool Off" DR. SMITH TELLS COUNCIL '


ADDEDDIESal1 On Trip North, Fuchs Writes Life -


With returning vacationists 1 telling theft moat vulnerable spot-th* TO DISCONTINUE Drawings of Architect

how wonderful It la to be back!pocket book- because it fosters Show Building 101

I and have to sleep under a blanket the fallacy that this area is unpleasant 6T07CLOSINGOF by 133 Feet

I part of the night )homesteaders I at this season and thus

can appreciate the justice of a affects the tourist business adversely 13 BEDS IN ADDITION

OF PLANT, AIM I :Ia reply former made fellow by Chas townsman T. Fuchs, to, Jr art,,,I year. for a large part of the SWIMMING' POOLThe TO MATERNITY WARD I

I article In Life Magazine; which' "A visitor might a* reasonably -

Grt"; took a crack at Florida's "hot sum*. expect to suffer frost bite, or to practice of closing the municipal J. D. Redd Offers Acre for ;

Federal $45,000 m ra", I (Continued on Page Four) swimming pool for supper Site at N. W. 1st Ave.

And Loan of $55,000to Writing in his capacity as prei- from I to 7 p. m. will be discontinued and 12th St

Be Sought Ident of the South Miami Chamberof TITLE TO SITE OF starting Monday, July 25. ,
Commerce, Mr Fuchs had the H. Clinton King, manager, announced p-; i
following to say to Henrllt. Luce, Tentative for a city hospital
yesterday. It will be open
REVENUE INCREASES I editor of Life to cost about $115,000: were f
: FARM MARKET IS continuously from 9 a. m, to 9:30 .
WOULD PAY OFF DEBT "This I*.the first time (and will p. m. daily except Saturday, when laid before the city council Monday

I,probably be the last time) we have I It is closed all day for cleaning, night by Dr. J. A. Smith of i\

25 per Cent Growth in Two' ever complained to any publication BEING CLEARED and Sunday when it closes at s p Homestead, who is taking the leadIn
regarding editorial matter. 1 promoting a federal project
m.
Years Makes Project I I which he declared the cltyde.,
However, we do have a few comments -
"We believe that adults-
AU obstructions to a clear title many '
ImperativeHomestead's to make about your article'QI1. "more than anything else at the
to the 20-acre site of the Florida ,especially business men and women "
"America" which appeared In present time.
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major federal project -I the June 27th issue."Misinformation City farm market proposed for I' -who are not through work Outlining briefly the real necessity
until six would to the
construction come pool
aa a WPA project,
calling for an outlay of $100- about Florida's for such an Institution In a
be removed the for a cool-off swim before supper
will by time the
000 for the Installation of a third summer weather touches Mlamiana town that has long outgrown Its
If it_remained open" sold themanager
Diesel engine Unit and'extension town council meets next Tuesday present facilities Dr. SmlUl saidthe ;;
.
., "One of our reasons for
of'the municipal power plant, began light Mayor Edward SUUng believed plans made at his request by
closing at six was to cooperatewith
to take concrete form at a FIELD MEET FOR ': yesterday. parents In getting their child Clarence J. Pa/men, local aictuWtect
meeting of the city council Mon- Mayor Stlllng said arrangements pall for b building" 11x134
home from the In time lotthe
ren pool
day night. have been made for cancel evening feet In dimension, of IfttTve rock
PRINCETON FISH meal. We feel however -
toward lation of tax certificates: outstanding eorutruclico will Cubes V''14 root
As the Initial step gainIng tht the parents can handle ,
federal aid the council adopted against the tract, which fronts sod torn*** floors, ,0'
this question withoutour
I the west slide of the Oversea satisfactorily
Highway
TOMORROWA
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unanimously. resolution auth- FRY aid,especially since they themselves In edition to seven private room
and the north side of Palm
erteing the mayor, city clerk city! win now have a better op- and four double room for patients -
attorney and city engineer to drat avenue, and: was offered as a mar- portunity to join their children In the hospital will contain a

a formal application to the Public field meet directed by D. R. ket site by South Bade Farms, IncAs a late afternoon dip in the pool" maternity ward, emergency ward,

Works Administration, for an out. Snyder, Redland High School soon a* clear title can be Bill Clifton a three year graduate operating room, laboratory, x-ray
right grant of $.::1.000 and a loan coach, will precede the fish fry furnished, approval of the projectby of the national aquatic schoolat department, kitchen, toilet tacilii -

of $55,000: payable from light and to be held at Princeton Saturday WPA authorities is expectedto Brevard, N. C. arrived Sundayto I ties and nurses' quarter.
water plant revenues over I periodof evening from 9 to T to raise funds be only a matter of form. Oa take over the duties of instructor Dr. Smith said that WPA officials -
completion the market will be
20 years. toward developing a Princeton at the pool. He was recommended are very favorably inclined
Tentative plans, specifications community playground. Boxing operated by the state. to Mr. King by Ramon toward the project and he believed

and financial details have been matches and sack races will be Eaton, director of the school at there would be no serious difficulty -

prepared by William Sydow, consulting among the athletic events. Betty Not to Take which Mr. King took a course In in getting an application for

engineer for the city, with The fish fry and field meet will Her Chewing Gum (Continued on Page Four) federal aid approved If the ipon-
the aid of Councilman Frank: B. be on the playground site, the use son would guarantee their proportion -
Rue, utilities committeeman, and and clearing of which has been Swimming AgainBetty which, In this case wouldbe

Gordon W. Ivey power Plant superintendent donated by J. L. Murray. The site LIME AVOCADO I reduced to an actual expenditure -
and should be I* on Coconut Palm drive, east ol Schauberger, seven- of some $4,000 on the building.
ready to pass through the regular the federal highway just back year-eld fautbter of Mr. and
plus equipment, or a total of $12-
PWA channels within the next of the Hal McLaughlin residence, Mrs. H. Schauberger of Homestead MEN TO REVIVE 000 for the community' share of

few weeks, although It may be six and adjoining the recently cleared took her skewing turn the finished institution.

months or more before construe and rolled airplane landing field. with her to the municipal It 1* understood that County
tlon actually starts. Sponsoring the benefit Is the swimming peal yesterday af "ROUND TABLES"Growers Commissioner J. D. Redd bo already -

The project was advocated during Princeton Playground Association, ternoon. Flaying with It as offered to donate an acre
the early sessions of the prei-i of which Mrs. Jos. Elder to. tem' children do", she somehow got of ground from I five-acre tract
and shippers of limes
ent city administration by Councilman porary claalr1lllu"'nIe the gum tangled up with her
he owns at N. W. First avenue and
will meet at luncheon
and avocados
Rue who said that at trie charge for the fish supper wet eyelashes,eyelids and eye- Twelfth street, which will be the
in the Log Tavern at Princeton -
current rate of increase in power will be twenty-five cents. bro_ site of the hospital If the project
consumption the two engines which Betty tried i. get M loose, next Thursday noon to revive
the round table discussions of got through.;
'but succeeded only In makinga
have carried the burden for the
Support from Homestead Rotary
won sue**. Frantic she former years and to perfect the
past 10 years would be loaded) to CITY INSTALLING
initiated fair practice association Club, Redland District: Lion Club
was taken to Peel Manager H. recently
capacity within the next 12 months,
and all other civic of the
which had for Its aim theimprovement group
Clinton King, who bandagedher
and the city would be left without
AT district is being ought this week
FLOOD LIGHTS eye to keep her from of prices and markets
any protection against breakdown
for avocados and limes. by Dr. Smith, who believes the
picking further at It and seat
and other emergencies.Displaying .
cost of the project can be underwritten -
a statement showingan TENNIS COURTSHomestead's her to the red Graduate hospital. This was decided at a meeting without undue burden up-
of the orgnaiitlon committee of,
increase of $8,000, or 2) percent on Individual if all organizations -
any
In light from 1933 At Uw hospital he tans was the fair practice association in the
revenues will unite to support themovement.
to 1937, Mr. Rue said the city must future tennis champions quickly dissolved sad removed offices of the Redland District I .

be prepared to cope with this growing and aspirants tq a place on with vaseline and Betty la Chamber of Commerce last night
demand for electricity.: The he Davis CUP leant will soon be ready for aaether swim- bit Henry Mossbarger chairman of
normal growth of anticipated revenues able to enjoy their favorite pastime from move oat withevs gun. the committee: which was selectedat To List Power Plant

would be sufficient be said to the limit, as the four new mu- a mass meeting In the Redland And Radio Sending Sets 1
to meet the new obligations nicipal tennis courts north of,and THE WEATHER school several week ago was present 1r

promptly when become due the diamond ball I and presided. Appointed by th* disaster relief '
they adjoining park i .,...... e..... __es lie ..........,
Anticipate still further growth should be scads foe play early ewa..t ...... ....seal. rhea.D" OrganlntloB of shippers and committee of the Dade County
through succeeding: year, the proposed next week, grower of avocado and lime to Red Cross to nt.ke'a survey of
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,addition to the municipal The,back,stop were set in place r lloa.I I I wa avoid glutting of markets and suicidal available auxiliary power plants ,

plant building 1* being planned to and wired this week, and a city July 19 ._ I SB I 17 |130 101| .OS .competition,, was sponsored and amateur radio sending stations .
bouse 'a fourth, power unit when line crew under the direction of 'July It ......1 It 69 !130,111| .82 by a Redland District Chamber ofCommerce in South Dude, George L. Swanof
needed,'thereby providing' for expansion : ,July n -11191 I 1711 I t committee beaded by Silver Palm Preston B. Bird of

without additional cost in erinteasIent. July 18 _.1 89 | Tt |3010| George t. Swan, who I* a memo Homestead and Wm. J. Oesunlmo

construction. of overhead flood light for night July 19 .__1 N 71 |30.08| J8 Mr of the "steering" committee of Florida City request that own-
Advised by a delegation from courts. The July 20 I 38 I 70 |130,081| JM hat has had several meeting priorto en of such.emergency aid get In
(Continued oa Pap rev PI'p Tour) I!July Jl __I M I W [30.W| 01 the one last Bight [oaeir wtpt W Oho of mj;threw


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Pare Two THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Friday, July 22. 1931'1 (':--w

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ward and Barney Turner of Miami LEAGUE STANDING S17fN foTRJs"MST
LIONS HEAR BILL Mother of Mrs. Krome and Martin William Jam The standing of team of the <1

1'1 Buried Last Thursda and Eatelte Main of Baltimoreand ; Homestead Diamond Ball League METHODIST CHURCH

three grea -arandcbildml, through the game loof July 20 IsM July SI Morning aernuui

KROME TELL OF Mr*. Mary B. Burn, mother of Joyce Walker Edwin Patrick MeGarrab follow theme: "The Key: to the IIcrIpt -
and Herbert Turner, Jr. W. U Pet. _", the third and teat efaertea
of Homeateaiwaa ,
Mrs W J. Krome
MILE TOUR Woodlawn Cent Brooker __.n. 7 S .583 a. el three sermons ..
burled In
9,000 of Jaat Home ...__....... T 8 .a311 the Bible evening theaoet
t week etery,following Miami Thursday her death on July Goulds Wins by 7-6 Coulda .. 5 8 .US "Enduring Investment. The

Experience MI a recent trip to/12 at the home of another dough, Score Over Home public b eerdlally Invited towershIp

Mexico were related to the Red, ter, Miss Edith A. Burn of MlamMr ., Directors of R.D.LA. with M.

, land District Lions by Wllllar I *. Burn, who wu T7 year In 11-Inning Game Called to Meet Monday FRaT BAPTIST CHURCH

. H. Krome of Homestead guei; old at the time of her death, w* July tl Morning sermon
I .
' speaker at the regular session o 1 a frequenT visitor at the Krom Monday A meeting of the board of directors Thy Light Has Cement evening -
In eleven inning
." the club In the Lions Den on Tuesday dome before she became an invalid an game of the Redland District sermon The Carte of A.
night the Could team defeated !
nights about ten ago. Born In : Life."
yean Unproductive
Association has been
Improvement
I the Home team T to 6 on thel
More than nine thousand mile New York state he was rears< I called by President George L. Am. I Prayer meeting
local diamond ball field. With the
of territory was eovered by thi and educated In Brooklyn. In "Paal the Companion
abject
i:Swan for eight o'clock next Monday :
tied in the eighth the
. speaker, and companion' Jobs 1S80 she married Elliott J. Bum. score night The board will con- and Friend.-
. Wither, In less than a month tooover extra Inning were necessary before .
and Milford
, a fruit and seed grower 'vene In the Redland Woman'i Club -
Coulda over the winning
the southern route via New Conn., wa their home before put 'headquarter to discus improvements MRS.FLEITAR WEAKER
with only one out.
man
Orleans Mexico City with atop Florida In 1890 score Fleltai who U
they moved to on to the ._laUon'! property Mra Francisco
I
at New Orleans and several Text:. account of Mr. Bum health. Hi, HMM all I M M and also to support and take an critically Ul at the home of heraonlnlaV '
cltlei They were particular; I and ten later M. Btaho* 'tt I 1 I e e Mr and I II
died In 1896 year and daughter
...1.... of t e e e e active part In the movement to '
Interested, he Mid In citrus grow Mrs Burn moved with her daugh dash/ i e e a create a county health unit. I Mra.J. D. Redd, was said last night

ins and general farming conditionand ten from Canaveral to Miami rttM, i I 1"1 1 e 1 I All member and the to be gradually growing weaker II

they were conducted througl where she resided until her death Bur...., 4 a t I 1 erally are Invited to PUbllCl.en-1 I I but no sudden change for the worse d dwas (
I number of tine grovel In T.ZI'and I In addition to her d.Ulhten.Un. riMbin. tt l a i t expected during the night!
session Mr. Swan laid.
MMrMU. Ik I e I I I
I few In the Monterey tectlot .Krome of Homestead and Ml. '' ; 1 I 1 IIi i

of Mexico. ,Burn of Miami she I* survive HlboITofNibo i Caepb.11. sf 1 t:1: 1

( Proceeding to California, the;,I I by I ton, Robert C. Burn of Canaveral .. t 1 1 4 1s 3 'J
S were shown more citrus grove'
eight grandchildren and =
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s .11 II s
.\ and packing plant, and fount:four great-grandchildren. '0... .t cob, r,4'as Iva asorsd. I A PositionWith = '
more machinery and lees labrl
Gentile. .. bb .
e po a
, being employed In the packln'l Cave. Ito .1..1
) process than in Florida. DEATH COMES TC HI_. 01 1 I a e111,06oorts
II reBA .
FUTURE i.j
the 0 4 A
however expressed opinion I + th, an eA.d.r.e .
: : t : :
that Texas with Ita groves concentrated Ito I e
GEO. TURNER SR 111.._ .1.1.
In imall areas lnstea 8. O..vs,." Ik ..
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of scattered aa in Florida Is destined lnN>T. U :

to be the biggest competitor Ply d ." 1 .I I ttt s, 1 I. J
of Florida grapefruit Funeral services' for George VI. There is still time to qualify
Turner Sr, who died at the apI' 'UII.. I
O. R. Snyder, chairman of thi -
boy*' and girl*' committee caller 'I'of II yean at his grove home on Home .._ 000 420 000 00-8Coulda for one of the many positions as i

attention to the public fish fry Bauer drive Monday afternoon 000 111, 020 01-7 that are being made as recession 1
conducted in the chapel of _
that Princeton resident Ire glvlni were .
Saturday evening, July 23, for thi 'I Turner Funeral Home at 2:30 p. /radar Two .few_Nat Nel.o.I I McD..M three| .r..4Mlle f recedes.. jjj|,
by the Rev. C. 0. ffi (MM Placers .
benefit of the town plycroundtund m. yesterday a. fi track *
kri. "'..... 4. Finder .. = '
and urged all Llona to attend Nelson, pastor of Redland Community u.*.., IkkWrt sea. La.... 1
if possible. I Church.At : :.. ,,Full Credit 'Jla/iBe Arranged jiPajr. "
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The club adopted a few minor the funeral service Mra. Wm Finishing the fame under protest I .

change In the regulations after I Muaselwhlte sang "Fact to Face' following a decision: made to secured.
: after position! gSj ,
extra :
hearing I report from Oeorgi i and "Rock of Agei. An the eighth Inning which team .
Cooper chairman of the constitution I flower car was required to earn)' members thought unfair; Brocket'

and bylaw* committeeSecretary the floral tribute of friend and lot to Home the local diamond failure of student =
I funera on .' Not a' a || .
C. L Ooley was Instructed organizatloaa from the ball field Wednesday night "thl'

tend letter of commendation home to the grave. .. in two Is there ff .
to I lame ending with a'score of 10 to placed years. .

to station WKAT of 1IoI1I1mI'l'lol Aa unusually impressive featun 11 In favor of the Home bo1 .', ....... .
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Beach forum dally the burial services at Pain :: -.better'prooLof qualification t g .

licising this Redland District PUb-1 I Cemetery, Naranja, was the fac .- .. bb. pa ,
M aaam..c s e e ea
I that the pallbearers were eight of Hlbrf I. I I e .
: Mr. Turner'i grandson*-Herbert" 'Y..... rf .' I .. Special courses arranged for =Qspecial' j

FUNERAL HELD Vernon, Charles, Jr., and Jacl :-:.. I" r I & Ir e aBorrower. ) students.
I!Turner of Homestead and Hilton: an I I :
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George, Robert and Barney Turner o. Campk.ll. Ik a 1 I' 1 I
FOR J. E. IIORNE of Miami.Mr. Chebha 1 1 1 1a .
Ca.pb.1lt a. 1 a 1 1
I Turner, a retired archl- ,.....*. P I I I I ? e
I lecturat engineer and contractor, i Homestead Business College
II 11"11 n 1Br
Funeral service for Joshua was born In Baltimore. In 181 Ii |

Emory Home,17 who died audden-! M came to Redland and Invested j jin kW .11. Mi *. .
I. W 4 a I a 1 Homestead Fla. S3
ly at hla home near NaranJ but, a citrus grove which became his 'NtW., tl 4 a I' 1 1o. First National Bank Building, ,

Sunday;: night, were conducted atl lobby and I constant source olictive .. BMH 71em.. ....e $4 e I e I'I e 1 IH. tsum
the First Baptist Church In Homestead Interest during his declining

at 3 p. m. Wednesday, by )>ear ; ... If : I t I : IiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIflIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi I /
L.ullt. sic a 1 e 1 1 1
the Rev C. N Walker Burial was 1 A* a Baltimore architect and I Bryant rf .' I 1 I a I .
In Palm Cemetery at Naroniaunder contractor "'r. Turner designed I ISa.,t .1. -I
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Ik I a I I ,
direction of the Turner and built home for some of the I II I
Funeral Home of this city Pallbearers I wealthiest resident of that city.. M I* t n f. II

were: A. D. Foals 'He helped to build one of the first I Horn _.,......_ 130 230 04W-4J I I

W Moody, Joe. Griffin. o.or..i''railroad roundhouse In this coun- Brooker., 101 021 033-10 I
Campbell. J. L. Chamber,
Costman.Mr I try.Mb Turner was the father of i Tw. .been. "'la, M-D..M, smith, 0.CimuWII II
Ckohlra. three k4w hotel C.
Home was born in George W. Turner, Jr., head tt-ho.: Amkto plan N>|MI M Cfcvlilr II I
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; Funeral Home and to MrDuM balk rfft NeUo. 10.
of Turner -
son County, Fla, and a preadent H. Tice... I; Mrark Mt kr M_ t, H.
Redland District to take up a of the Redland District no.. .. I
homestead near Naranja about 'Chamber of Commerce. and of U.ah... ........ aed La_

thirty-one yean ago. He plant I ?has. O. Turner secretary of the

ed a small grove, engaged in farming -: Tint Federal Savings and LoanAssociation WANT ADS PAY

and took an active part In the I of Homestead and sec I

\ early pioneer life of the community retary of the chamber of com-I Redland Brand

For the past 19 yean he merce.
had been employed aa I road construction Other survivor are: his wife

foreman by Dade County Mr*. Martha J. Turner of Redland;! G&LHOOFING

I haw other eons, Clarence E.

He la survived by his wife, Mrs. rurner of Baltimore, and Robert I CO. Fertilizers :I

Ella D. Home: two tuna Oswald i J. and William P. Turner of MIami -

: and R. L. Home; four daughter: ; two daughter. Mra. Edith I -
I the Misses Mabelle' Esther and damn of Baltimore and Miss Esetle -
Naomi Horn of Naranja and Miss! Turner of Redland; sixteentrandchildren I Johns Manville
Avocados Limes
For Citrus and
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Sally Home of Key West: two Mra. Edwin Mc- Bonded Roofers ;
\ brothers W. D. Home and A. C I'Jarrah. Mill Jewel Turner and

: Home of Homestead; and two litter I Herbert Vernon. Charles and Jack

i *, Mra. R. E. Cave end Mr, Turner' of Homestead Mill Etoyse. SHEET METAL CRAFTSMEN Fertilizers for Dade County Groves; j

Afbury Morgan of Homestead and Hilton George Robert. Ed- r
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Made by a Home Concern

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Done Promptlye Prompt service on all -Tooo.-we.Inez.Non .to,, elan....am... very a". Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

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14 South oft MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER
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G. & L. ROOFING CO. j ;
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28 GEORGIA BOYSENTERTAINED : Parleh Leases Big Plant to Handle Magazines Are WantedFor The Housekeeping American\ and Hygela the Nature Sunday,

I High School Library New"York Time ,
BY Increased Lime and Avocado BusinessIncreasing Those who have the magazine

Mr C. J. Parman, library chairman to donate are asked ta give them

volume of business,,I keting For this reason the Par of the Homestead P.-T. A., to Mrs. Parman or to telephone
HOMESTEAD F.F.A. due to heavy crop, some increaseIn 'I man-Lehman firm after experimenting Is seeking to collect for the high her and she win call for them.

acreage handled and new lime In the container field school library the June July,
groves just coming Into productionfor last season has this year abandoned August and September issues of Radio expert: "The moon throw
Twenty-eight members ot the the first ;year, ha* compelledthe I I the wooden crate for lime and the following magazines: Read back the wireless wave from the
Douglasville, Ga., chapter, Fu-! Parman-Lelunan Packing Co. avocado shipments and has replaced ,,'* Digest Popular Science Popular earth."
ture Farmers of America were to enlarge Its facilities by leasingthe It with pasteboard containers, Mechanics, National Geographic Radio listener: "I don't blame
guests of the Homestead Chapter I F. E. C. Growers Association fully ventilated and of different Magazine, Scholastic, Good W-Ex.
Monday night and Tuesday mornIng -I packing house for the duration of
sizes and shapes. ... .. .... .
at the chapter house on N. the Persian lime and avocado shipping ... . '" "
One of the most popular containers ,
Krome avenue.Entertained season.Limes .
at a flub fry on the only are being packed at cardboard on package the retail containing market la one the The: Redlands: Cafe:

lawn of the chapter home Monday; the Parman-Lehman plant and dozen fancy limes, packed 18 to (opposite F. E. C. Depot)
evening, bunked In Its spacious the leased building Just across the
the carton for wholesale shipment Voder management of Mlaa Rath Bleffanl and Mrs. Florence
rooms overnight and served withbreakfast street on S. Flagler avenue is
nested Eercado
Avocado also are In strong
the being used exclusively for avo-
Tuesday morning,
container, easy to close
Georgia visitors departed for a stay cados. At the present rate of shipment and paper stack.Not : REGULAR DINNER 110 PLATE LfNCH Ue

in Miami later Tuesday with al the two sheds will keep about only ha the new style of I CHICKEN DINNER !5c STEAK DINNER f....
warm spot In their memories forHomestead : 25 employee busy until the peak carrier stimulated sale volume
and Its Future Farmers of the season 1* reached. Lee H.
five
but it saves approximately
and their adviser, George N. Wake- Lehman is manager of the packingand cent a crate on packing charges
transportation division of the
field.
a* well a* saving on freight by
The Douglasvllla boys, endingthe firm. reducing weight about 12 per cent, f
Originator of the Parleh brand:
west coast kg of a tour of Mr. Parman said yesterday.
Florida, arrived here Monday afternoon which has acquired an enviable
their adviser reputation for quality in the best 1JtJ-
accompanied by -
C. Fred Ingraham. The I markets, Clarence J. Parman and Work on Library May 1

Homestead Future Farmers had his partner are now handling I theproduct Start Aug. 1, Says Sydow 1i
I of some 800 acre ot Persian
prepared for them by; going fishing i
over the week-end at Long ,Key limes and avocados,represent Although approval of the WPA
bridge, and bringing back more tog about 29 Independent growers municipal library project has not
than 100 pounds of choice sea food. of the Redland District yet been officially confirmed, William 09
Fried In a big pot over an outdoor Attractive and convenient packages Sydow of Miami, consulting
furnace, the fish was served as well as top quality fruit engineer for the city, told the
by Mrs. V. M. Orennell. Mrs. Sim- are requisite to successful mar- council Monday night that the application

mons, chapter matron, Mrs. Jay filed 60 day ago had
Newton, and Mrs. Virgil Grennell, J. Q. Caldwell Elected met no obstacles and he expected

Jr., who acted as hostesses Present Head of University Club construction would start on or
were: about August 1.
Members of the Uouglasvllle The library project 1* estimated
chapter Adviser Ingraham, Durham, N. C. July 2. The to cost $22,259, and It I* to be
majority of the 182 Floridian attending covered by an outright grant of wtt
Charles Morris, president; Thomas
the first term of DukeUniversity I$18.118 from the government and e
Farguson, secretary: ; Thomas Simmons I
summer school have and a contribution of $4,140 In
reporter; Alpha Fowler, Jr.
t
the Florida Club
organized an
supervision and material from
Fulton Hlnicman, Billy Morris,
organization that ha been sponsoring the city: as sponsor
Penn Caniler. Stuart Burnett, Billy
Mitchell. Kerman Jones, Fred social affair and athletic All plans, specifications and estimates
contest among its members. The without
were prepared
Waldrop, James Meadows, Royce;
Griffith Edward James, Napoleon activities of this group Include charge by Clarence J. Parman
trips an informal party, a picnic,
Aderhold 'Charles Thompson, Homestead architect, whose designs -
Hamilton 'eh'Y.Joe: Barren IrvinMeek a watermelon cutting and a state call .for a building of native

Floyd; Creel, Elroy Gilland.q dance. RedianJ rock and concrete construction In
J. Caldwell of
B. Fountain:' Henry Vansant, Quarmby keeping with Its sub-tropical sur
Jock Wood, Robert Abercromble, High School faculty la president of roundings. It will face east on
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rdward Ergle.Members the club and Principal Carl Wagner the northwest corner of N. W. First
of the Homestead of the Redland school is a avenue and Second street on two

chapter Frank Topplno, Leon member I lot donated by Postmaster S. X.

Chambllss, James Sullivan, Fred Livingston of Homestead.
Fuchs, Harvey Newton, Jay New- to Immediate arrest when he tries

ton, Jr., D. L. Bowen, Charles to dispose of his wares Dr. Shank WANT ADS PAYBUILD
Mlngo Virgil and Myron Grennell, Un said.

Glenn Simmons
Guests Miss Bonnie Groover,
Miss Nina Bullard. Miss Mae Mal-

phus, Miss Mary Grace
Miss Kathryn Marsh and En.I1Sh'l

ton.The visitors enjoyed'

In Homestead's municipal pool before -
,leaving! to visit the Miami Fu- r
t ,
ture Farmer chapter On the V X t el
way down here they visited the
Gainesville and Largo chapters. RlltltOs

They planned to visit the DeLand 01l IttltOStTU "Nttsf
chapter after leaving' Miami, en RUNS lIohb *! rumor In can

route back to Douglasville, whichIs YOU AllRp1 *llnolly' PERFECT WOB PROTECTION
of AUanta.Growers' <
25 miles west
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coouMaonuMMVmetTMTMTroilT
Sales TicketsAt

Local C. of C. Office NOD*, NO twin M GAIN AT tuff? N

WITH
Special sales tickets designedto
curb fruit thievery and illegitimate 17OTTLL find Serve Eleetrolux, the kerosene refrigerator,
peddling of farm and grove I a real friend of the family. It keep food fresh In all

products, will be available to all kinds of weather. gives you a chance to bar new, d*.
fruit and vegetable grower next OUR LUMBER llcioui-dlahea. saves work, time and money.

week at the office of Redland District In every important respect, this Servel Electrolux b
Chamber of Commerce announced Identical with the famous gi refrigerator which la today

Dr. Lloyd; C. Shanklin BUILD tiring silent, low-coat service in more than a million city
with Lumber It'sthe
yesterdayDr. our -:- borne It ha no moving, wearing part and run tor only

Shanklin was appointed safest and the cheapest in the long a few cent: a day. Write for complete detail
chairman of a growers committeeat
a recent meeting of the cham- run Strong, 'sturdy timber makes Sav WITH THE RtntlCOIATOR YOU

ber of commerce, when it was decided HEAR ABOUT. BUT NEVER HEAR
to organize and use every strong support for your home-your

mean available to put a perma- walls floors beams-and MA/I THIS COVPO&
nent halt to the constantly growing your your =

menace of fruit stealing this elsewhere where quality wood Is needed -

area. In this movement the '>, .. .
Pioneer Appliance Co.
Chamber baa the pledged cooperation ,
of Dade County Independent I lid L. Keadr ck. 1It11' I

Merchants Association. Odd Fellows BW., u-... ..FU.I .
The form of sale ticket adopted I
wilt be accepted by the Miami II
police department and merchants W: D. HORNE CO. I O.s .-s .-. and aN .aster ..be.esw..4w. I
.bass
4 of the greater Miami area a* proofOf a-oa.. 1M Kwwas ......-.Jed
legitimate ownership when the FRANK L. SKILL Owner I "
ticket I* produced to substantiate If- I
sale. 11 N. Kreme AT*. Phase 111l' -'
Lack of such credential, a* well --.U.D.
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a*the absence of an itinerant mer- > .
; : . I I 'tI .small .
I s:. ,ctmnf. )ices; win subject the : ; .
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} LEADER-ENTERPRISE 'and August, and one each Sep,Redd alteration ot business premUes IllwnmmmlIDlmm I Citrus Co-ops Merger .

TEE tember. Available records shew $350.: F. W. Melton, repairs, Still Only Suggeation'I

f .......... h" ss ......... .... that the thermometer did reach 1350 George L. Johnson repairs,
at um ..... P._.. uKN a maximum of 06 degrees one $110; and Odd Fellow hall, repairs 20 Years AgoOmDnmmrnmnmIDlIWnll1D1D
Merge of the Redland Cltroi
I CossCosta -- ---- ..... prior to If II. A maximum temperature $80. I Growers Association of Homestead; !
........ t.sactl AaC5rte of 14 degrees during the By resolution Councilman Birdwas ".
with the Silver Film Citrus Crow
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.. ten
I --- last S7 yean U recorded by the appointed president prom Association of Redland

\ -.. so so"" dmoo OW United State Weather Bureau la and authorised to Sign checks and proposed l'
the
I at annual
mIM .. I"" 1M vl errs'. N Miami. other documents In the place of La..1.e M.r tan meeting. of
0.1" r-. iCe .4 ..=: h., rus ad :: money"I"nw the Redland association: on July t
For June the Henry Brooker Jr, who is acting
daily ,
s. oreMlvaacatPratr average : Mew M It5a,
0 has
proceeded bo further
= than
high la $54 degree, the average as mayor during the absence on .. w a..er e".. ..1.
M with a. __ a letter from the latter to the Saver ,
tvrriU ST. Dart6
Tom Harris. =
daily low 7U degree end the vacation of Mayor I .
.
rh.M Palm
group Suggesting the
wo c.utr -
___ .. t-'t _. II-** mean average 804 degree. Fe I July 18,118"Th consolidation, so far is could be h
July theta average are 17.1 ".1.
FLOODLIGHTS learned yesterday.At .
and 81.7. For August (7 4, '1..., I"
FUCHS I and 12.1 and for September It.I, contractors for the dp the annual meeting of the

78.S. and at.i. (Continued From Page One) Sable road an making good progress Redland Association, the follow. '

.. I 'The popular conception of Florida I other courts will be lighted in a now and Mr. Freeman reported lag committee was appointed to

(Continued From Psae 0... i M being "hot as belt In the, similar manner later It the demand on Thursday that they have InvIIUatebe feasibility of the 1

lie by freezing in Miami during I rammer rank alongside the belief for night play Is found to Justify reached a point 1IH miles south of proposed consolidation: W. F. Fox, ,i

the winter as to anticipate sufferIng that fish U brain food! the expense. The net were purchased Royal Palm' Park, which brings Charles Meyer, J, R. Brooks, andS

heat prostration, sunstroke'i "In' this part of the state particularly some time ago. them wlthW ten mites of the Mon- R. Hickson. Officers elected

or even discomfort her during the we are spending large Rule and regulations for playIng roe County line. From here onto at this meeting are: president

tot' months Believe It or not sums of money to combat that Idea time limit and the conductof I I Cape Sable a fairly good road J. R. Hickson; vice-president J.

"For exactly the same reason I throughout the country and th* players are being formulatedby has already been constructed and" L. Ballard; directors, Brooks, J I

that sane never sees people frostbitten fact that these effort are the tennis. committee of the b being used by automobiles. P. Broeker, W. R. Anderson, Meyet .'
blue llppepd and shaking bearin'l "Earl Evans studying, hard to and Fox.
or fruit and visitor are city !:council which Is composed
qualify a* sergeant and hopes to
with cold during the winter i region pleasant 11eUlm'ller' at-I of Councilman J. G. Wynn Ben). succeed, although the course of E.: A. Carter who Is also man.

month ta Miami one never sees tested by chamber of commerce W. Morris and Mayor Tom Harris. ager ot the Florida Avocado and
Is difficult He IIVffJ'
study a one.
them Lying gasping for cooling' figure showing that last rammer The question of playing fees was. much Interested in his Persian Lime Growers, was re. 1

+ l breath la their undershirts and In the total el Inquiries about conditions debated at some length at the last and army appointed manager of Redland
Is
varying other stases of undress In received from prospective council meeting but no decision experiences health." enjoying excellent Citrus Growers Association.

our water front parks In summer,'l visitors waa 324% greater than' has been arrived it yet In regardto "Mrs. R. T. Jackson entertained
as we recently saw hundreds- the summer ot 1US. And last In J
charges or management all the Missionary Society of the Baptist Scouts Here to Be Hosts
ing white on a trip In Chicago, June showed I .
month ( 1M8) a probability the courts will be free church. lrSam
To Lake Wales Troop
where the unfortunates seemed to 808%, Increase an Inquiries ,
over to the public during the day anda McKlnstry's baby has )
be hoping vainly for a breeze elf r
the preceding June.
small fee to pay for supervisionwill "
the lake! I know comparison "With' these things hi mind you be charged after 6 p. m. It been sick this past week Homestead troop, Boy Scouts of ,. '

are odious; none the less, facts are will be' able to understand why understood that H. Clinton\ King -'Ruth Slaughter ofxPompano America and th* city will be hoststo \ 'f
who has bten1.ltln, her !:cousin the Lake Wales scout troop
tact we feel as we do. We recently of the municipal swimming
manager
Rita Fitch, returned to her homeon and
which will make spend f
camp
"The reason Floridians' enjoy sweltered In Chicago and upon pool has offered to supervise r.
pleasant summer weather Is the" making a visit to the center of the tennis courts and equipment Sunday morning" Tuesday In Homestead is part of .
-"Roe SneU has bought the Roy lake
from
same as that which accounts for Indiana It was actually too. hot to but no permanent appointments a four-day itinerary t,'
A. Morrison will
property and
famed winter climate- we eat in comfort Again In St Louiswe Wales to Key West
eur will b* made until the next "
In this week.
move The Rev. A. A. Koestline, fornwerly
have a year-around moderating I actually went Into a cold storage council meeting on August L
-"w. J. Krome and W. J., Jr will scoutmaster of the local troop "sand
Influence In the trade winds from In the Anheuser-Busch
plant Plan also are being laid by the
!arrive home on Sunday after a of the Homestead Methodist I
the Atlantic Ocean and the Card property to cool off.. end got a l
north EdwardsvIUe
trip before h transferred -
Church was
bean te the southeast And U I floor In Atlanta hotel and
room an
sea the court at a date to be announced .
He has been away about six .Ulead the
to Lake Wales,
the wind shifts to the west ss tt still had to sleep all night with an later. -
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frequently does, there Is the fast I electric fan operating So far visiting scouts and renew old ;.
-11. O. R. Rives and her sister '
his brief stay.
expanse of the Gulf of Mexico to|'as we are concerned the rest of friendship during ,
cool the air before it reaches our the folk tan; have an the rest of POOLContinued Miss Bellowes. haw gone:1 The Lak Wales boy also expect ,
Miami Beach for t few Homesteadon
In
These tempering the country It want It and to stop overnight
peninsula same they wewill
Miss Bellows is an Instructor In .
Weston
from
Winds which out the extreme take Florida to where to their return Key y
keep I ai ( From Page One) I
English In Rollins College, Orlando. 28.Directed :
cold that the rest of the nation live in the greatest comfort the life saving this summer ." July
Frank 1
by Rue acting
In the winter also around.
suffers prevent year Mr Clifton now has three classes -"W, H. Bruce of Pavo, G., has scoutmaster and city councilman, ,
extremes of heat that "This letter la written
the are prevalent more tor in pro..1riUl. total enrollment 1,bought out H. C. Lee & Co., and the Homestead troop Is preparingan
In moat localities la the lest constructive criticism whichwe
sunfo as
I of about eighty a class for women took possession last Monday. enjoyable program of entertainment -
feel that I I
"" you and your associate
at 10 a. m.; a Junior lifesaving -'Mre. Fleilas, father of Mrs. J. for its guests from the west
your article you state that, are always glad to receive class at 3.90 p. m. and senior I i D. Redd has gone on a business coast The camp site will be adjacent
people around Ohio go mainly to However, we must lay that your : I "
life-saving class at a p. s trip to New York. to the munteipl swimming

the Coot: peninsulas of Michigan.A .: article headed 'America' was Mr Clifton la a properly qualified t-Miss Myrt McSweeney returned pool, and the pool the new tennis
of will show handled by persona not. well In ..I
glance your map week. .
Red Cross life-saving instructor from Georgia this courts and the diamond ball field +

that tneie peninsulas are made cool formed. and examiner and there [(Princeton). will be thrown open for the use of

by the surrounding' water of the I* no longer any necessity to send -"Katherine Ewing took the the visitors with the compliment
Great Lakes-It will also, reveal teacher examination at Miami
POWERPLANT away for someone to put lifesaving of the city.
that the areas of water which cool eandldate.hroullh their tests and pawed with a first grade

Michigan's breezes are merely certificate good for five years." I
drops ia a bucket In comparison (Continued From Page One Next month a water pageant :"Miss Mamie Moore and John

with tile immense areas of water the Homestead Business and Professional will be conducted by the 'Davis of Homestead were married 1

surrounding the cool peninsula of Woman's dub that the management of the pool with oa Saturday evening In Miami.

Ftortda. You speak, alae bt the club would like to lease th* eld the co-operation of Wayne Mar !.They will be at home to friends I
shall, Olympic diving champion '
!
myriad Minnesota lake to.wtllch I Enterprise building oa Mewry and chairman of the Ufe-eavtai her In a few 48,.." (Princeton).
Iowans flee. Haw you ever taken street for a public rest room and '-"A letter ha been received from
committee of the Dade County Red '
an air voyage over 'Inland' engage the services of a matron, the Potter family which state that DR. n. E. GATLIN J
Crocs Jimmie
I McMillan dramatic
Florida It you have you wU II the council agreed to donate lights ; Mrs. Potter has had a second operation A
director of the Dade Red Cross
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remember that In an extremely and water toward the project and and that she Is Improving X-Ray and
and Al Gordon, Olympic
swimming
large percentage of the area Over I aid It alight contribute further gradually." Florida City). I i
coach. Al G Berres, executive
which you flew, not Including the when city finances permit I director of the Dade -"The* community sing for July General DentistryOffice
County chap '
Everglade swamps, there seemedto Lessees and owners of elettricalphonographs will be on the last Friday eveningIn
of Red I
ter the American Cross will
be as much water below as land, and mechanical the month. Come and call for
pianos
also assist In staging the pageant. Heart: 0 .. ..> to I p. a t-
and you will realise why Floridais will have to contribute more and help sing your favorite old

reputed to have more lakes than generously to the city's coffers U and new songs Mr and Mrs I Bandars by aetwlntnentnenec i-

;any other state In America and, they wish to operate these devices W. Y. Bush Is InstalledAs Wm. Myers and Chas. Clinton : Office IS *... SM-I 1.

parentltetically.! don't forget that hereafter, as ordinance No. 238 I.O.O.F. Noble Grand haw the program In charge and I Homestead FU.

the fishing here cant be beat. raising the license from $) to $35 are planning a good sing.' (Flor- Ar

elthei.- either deep sea. or freshwater yearly passed Its third and final! w. Y. Bush was Installed is ida City).

kind. reading Monday night The ordinance noble grind of Homestead lodge I

Yeu state about Florida that ItI was drafted at the instigation No. 29, I, O O F.. at the annualInstallation "What Is the tactful way for a

I I' not* and go on to list reduced ot Mayor Tom Harris.At of officer In the Odd girl's father to let her boy friend q

living costa as our great advantage the request of CouncilmanW. I Fellows hall Tuesday night I know It's time to leave?" DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST

for summer visitors Of course it'. R. Bird the council confirmedthe I Other officers of the local lodge "He may casually! pass through

hot! If* hot everywhere In the re-appointment of Mrs; R H. Installed by Clyde Camber of the room with a box of breakfast

summer at mMday But don't Swing to a second five-year term Coconut Grove district deputy food.-Montreal Star.
.. ... to I m. ,
I the his Office Hours: B. <'
overlook that the wind ALWAYS on municipal library board. grand master and staff were r

blows here and that It U DOt a hoi Gross receipts of the municipal Jay Hobson vice grind; Clyde M. absent at this week's ceremonywill Ssadays 9 e12 5

t stifling land wind but a sea bm_.a, swimming pool, from the opening" Barrow, recording secretary; Rudolph be Installed later Next Tues Closed Satsvday*

"Just for jour information and'day on May 10 to July 1, totaled I "'a"Innt'l' guard: C. day the Odd Fellow will entertain

that of anyone else. who might be $2JI.U, according to a statementread ,I P Grlnold R. S. N. G, E. S. Cap- Liberty lodge No. 48 of the Re- Free Parking Space 'J

1 \ interested we Include some United by Councilman Rue. I(I linger L. S. N. O. Paul Leaner, bekahs and a special program Is 1714 N. W. SITS ST. MIAMI :.

7 States weather bureau temperature Building permits j granted Includ i war en and Ralph G. Moon, being arranged for ladles' night, rnoNi i-tisi
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figures which we would be edPreston a Bird addition to ChllP-j Secretary Barrow announced yes

glad to have you compare with business premises, ,"000. J D. Appointive officers who terday.

similar figures of any resort In

the entire nation. During the ST

years of the weather bureau's activities Be Sure That Your Eyes Are as Good as Your GLASSES TERMS ME RGER
DR. 31 Is A. ,
her there have been yearly Brakes Have Them Tested at Least SMALL DEPOSITWEEKL'Y
averages of one day each June 1 '
Once Each Year ,
In which the thermometer goes PAYMENTS Dentist ;

above M degrees--two each July !
'f'f"Dr.
d DR. F. P. ARCHER BOOM e a T. abCBOBT AtCAUt01UI
National Bank
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! f Thompson, *U of Saint Peters Mrs. Edward SUllng, with her' Pa. Mr. and Mrs Casper WU-

burg. daughter, Mrs. Lee H. Lehman of Hams in ClarkesvlQe Pa, and Mrs t
Homestead. II spending the weekat Katherine Fisher Schaeffer at
f In anclAxouncl Jack Gatlln, Robert GauscM Miami Bch. Wayftesburg, Pa. Mn. Murrayand
and
Pierre McDaniel returned Miss Ruth visited relatives
from the C. M. T. camp at Fort Wilbur Lee returned Tuesday near Philadelphia. .
Screven Saturday.Mrs. from a one-month vacation in 1
HomesteadE. Georgia.Mrs. C. E. Xirhenberger returned
.1 Virgil a lyon has returned from' kldgeland. s. C Tuesday.Mrs. .
from a three-week visit with heranother Anton Waldin returned!

in Anderson, S. C. Tuesday front Harrison. Ark,.. C. Nelson was a patient ;

A. Ames returned last week Clyde, 0. Charleston W. Vs., and Vernon Turner:;,-son of Mr. and eral""aeu.where she visited relatives for sev at the Post Graduate hospital from

w tram a six-month stay In Costa HendenonviUe, N. C., were included Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner, Jr.. returned Sunday till Thursday. {

Rica. : In the trip home. to DeLand last night to mum his Mr. and Mrs. Warren Shanklin Mrs and Mrs. Henderson took '0I
studies at Stetson University summer have returned to their home InHoIl'wood group to MaOMton Hammock ;
Police Chief and Mrs. Homer CoL and Mrs. Alva Lee
are entertaining school H arrived her Cat
after
a Visit herewith Sunday afternoon i to honor *t die
Sullivan are announcing: the birth Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mr. Shankllnt parents, Mr. 4hth birthdy of their youngest
of a teven-pound daughter, Nina Ragelin of California and their his grandfather, Ceo. W. Turner, and Mrs C "A." Shanklla, and his daughter, Betty Those enjoying
Elaine, on July !. in the PostGraduate little son who have com to erect sr. brother and ttateMn-law, Dr. the vocation were Mr*. Augusta
hospital a home on their acreage here. U C. and Dr. Irene Shanklln. Howard, Kathleen Campbell.
John Fredrick will return Saturday
Blanch McVicker and talon V .
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brewer Geo. Fogte t. now Dt KaraBJa from summer school at Miss tngeborg Mattson of South rna
H'. have ton to Brevard, N. C. tat with his parents, Mr. and Mrs A. the University of Florid In Miami spent Wednesday in i and Betty Anderson.

a stay of several weeks. D. Foil, after a stay of several Gainesville.B. ida CJ SI. 1'kJr.-1 Mrs W. & McVlcfcer and daughters i
weeks to Perry, GIL, and two weeks -
1 Sandra. Colleen and Frances,
: \ Mr. and Mrs: Preston B. Bird In Tampa with his wife who I* c. Murphy who la recoveringfrom Mr. and Mrs. G. Maguire left. with LUlia May and Helve Late !
returned Saturday from a vacation taking a beauty course there. an emergency operation for this week for New York City. of Miami were callers on the A. "
1 trip to Hot Springs, Ark* and various appendicitis: was taken home from "
other cities. On the way Mrs. A. A. Payne and daughter, the Post Graduate hospital 'Wed Mrs. J. W. Miller and grand W. McVlcker family Monday. :

to Hot Springs they spent a few Miss Emily, left yesterday for a nesday. daughter. Reba Price: left Thursday -' Mr. Odom now hat charge of '.;
t.\i" days In Brunswick and Waycrost, vacation trip to Concord, N. C. for Reba' home In Orlando. the express office here. H* ..- .
Miss Jane Catlln spent the week- Mrs. Miller win visit In Orlando
Ga., and Memphis, Tena. On the pacts his family to tom him later .
C--stckelford: ;
Mrs. T. and end In Miami as a guest of Miss and Daytona Beach for a few days
home they spent a week at
g way daughters Ann and Catherine, left Helen Thompson. before returning to her horn here.
!may Mentone, Ala. near Camp Cloud- Word has been received hen *t
i Mondy on a trip to Atlanta and the marriage of George E. Hancock
mont where their Preston, Is
son : her
'I Mr* A. J. Campbell daughter
& Athens Ga and Sebree
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Ky. 01 Atlanta and Miss Vesta Overton
enrolled, visited a few days in At- Mia Jeanette, and granddaughter PRINCETONMrs.
lanta and various other cities and Mrs L. D. Wyman; ; who has been Joy Peters, visited In .... '....1 of Union Point. Ga, on July 7.

/1 t stopped. In Leary, Ca, to get Mn. visiting In Cleveland O., is now Hollywood Wednesday. Another C. E. Xichenberger and Mrs. I Those attending; ; 'the first quarterly .
,,\ J. J. McLendon who accompanied visiting In Medina, O. her former daughter, Annette, accompaniedthem J. L Murray and daughter, Miss I conference of South Dade
them to Homestead and Is now home. as far as Miami where she Ruth returned Saturday from al charge, M. E. Church South, "which
r j ;their house guest. Mrs. ha'ndltr remained to visit several days at trip to Pennyislvanla. Mrs. Elchen- Include Silver Palm Princetonand :
: :; Sybella and her the home of her uncle and aunt berger visited Mr. and Mn ClintonB. I Perrlne, held in Perrlm
An eight-pound son, James, was daughter, Miss Alice Penny, are
born to Mr and Mrs Henry Ku- entertaining Mrs. C. S. Shoemakerand Mr. and Mrs. .1... Fitzpatrick. Pepper in West Brownsville, (Continued on Page Eight: )

.\ feldt of Redland on July 15. son, Billy, and Miss Esther Mr.: and Mrs: Harold B Lewis
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' Hack, all of Orlando, who arrived Of Miami Beach and Mrs. Frances
George F. Archer of Key Vest Tuesday for a visit of two weeks Lewis of Miami visited Mr. and I PURE $
I.,arrived here Monday night foraIbistt I Mrs. J. R. Brooks Sunday. ; !
:. of several days with his son Mrs P. If. Yancey, her daughters I LINEN DRESSESt f
i' and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Merle and Betty June Jen- Mrs. C H. SUffanl was ILL the 1SEERSUCKER
,:s Ben Archer and his grandson kins, and her mother, Mrs. Ora first part of the week. Sites Vp to 44
Letter Archer. He will leave Frazeur, have returned from a j'
Re,. till Value
" ,',\ Saturday for Tampa spend several six-week trip to viiit relatives in Miss Martha January Is staying
,1.\.., weeks with a son-in-law and Topeka and Garnett Kans., and In Daytona Beach with Mr. and F
o' I daughter Mr. and Mrs. Armando friends In Hot Springs, Ark. They Mrs. W. M. Brodie who will spend r
Sanchei. stopped also at Lookout Mountainand three months there.

i t'r' Covlngton, Glenvllle and Tif. Mrs. R L. Walker of Miami DRESSESRegular
; Miss Nellie Mae Martin underwent -
ton, Ga
a Thursday guest of Mr. and
: [' 'operation for appendicitis was
. ,,:' Wednesday morning. Mrs. E. L Lawrence her mother, Mrs. Preston B. Bird. I ; $1.00
T Mrs Nellie B. Bridge of Blakely MrTcTL:
A Mr and Ooley writer-
Miss Elizabeth Skill and Rudolph
Ca., who is visiting here Mist
tained Mr. and Mrs
Sunday
on 2 $1'JAYMUS
Cowman have returned Barbara Done and Edwin Lawrence for
Chambliss and Mr. and
i; from the first session of summer spent Wednesday Key West Guy Mr"l I
Brenner all of Miami.
P school at the University of Florid -- I :
I 'I'\ *. They will begin the second Miss Helen West left Tuesdayto Jack Gatlln entertained over the
; session of the summer school Won- spend a few da'lln West Palm week-end Al DeBoUc of Miami.
'S d.). Beach with her cousin, Mrs Leon : '
{ Burnett, the former Miss Bobble Mrs. H. L. Greer left Wednesday
o Mrs. F. D. Mock and daughter Summerlin for a tendalllit with relatives FAY'S
Johns, returned Monday from a In Alabama.
',Vacation of five week spent with Mrs. Bruce Ennls and children,
: relatives and friend in Georgia I Joyce and Bruce, Jr., left Sundayfor Mr. and Mrs T. R. Coker Of
a visit with Mrs Ennls' parents Lakeland and their son. Ray, after 21 N. Miami Ave. Miami
"it ?( Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hausman re- In Macon, with Mr and Mrs. returning from Key West were ,
turned to Homestead Saturday| Olin Wright In Griffin and with week-end guests of Mr. Cokert
from Tuscaloosa, Ala, Where they various other relatives and friendsIn brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
spent a vacation of six weekks with Georgia.! They plan to be lOne Mrs. W. D. Coker.
'. Dr. Hau man'. brother Dr. Chris a month.
', Hausman, and other relatives and Mr and :Mrs Geo. F. Ban and'
friend H G. West of Montgomery; Ala. Mrs. Albert Wise visited Mr. and
: and his daughter, Billie, will arrive Mn. N. G. Ball Sunday.FLORIDA .
'j, Miss Doris wwent to Jacks today for a visit at the home -
s'i; lonvlDe Sunday to Upend three of Mr West's brother and rister CITY
" ,,weeks with her aunt and uncle' in-taw, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. West
Mr. and Mr*. John Halnes. I lire, W, W. gcverjr, Cerr.sposdnwf C
1 Word was received from Mr. and
1, Mrs. T. T. Bowen; returned Mon Mrs Adrian Jacobs this week telling Edward Chandler eldest son of

day from Cobbtown, Ga, where of their stop In Juarez, Mexico Mr. and Mrs Roy Chandler was
;1 she visited for six weeks with and of their Intention to leave taken to Jackson Memorial hospital
o ; I relatives and friends. I California for Boulder Dam, Grand in Miami Monday for a lei

t Richard Scott; ';six-year-old; ion I Canyon and the Petrified Forest operation

of Mr. and Mrs J. Lawrence' Mr. and Mrs A. D. Yogis tnt_ Mrs. Burley [)end, and daughter .
'. Scott, I* a tonsllectomy patient talned the first half of the week Jean. and Mrs Herbert Turn I
at University hospital Mr. and Mrs. Geo. CrIbb their er and son Herbert Jr., will leave*

'I R. Y. Burr-has-returned to his sons Henry and Goo, Jr.. and Monday for a ten-day visit .tl I

home fat Goulds from Excelsior -Mn-Fogle's--nephew.- --- Ralph Daytona Beach. I JLT: you own a leaky roof,

1., Springs, Mo, whets he had beenat let its about replacing with Carey Roofing
; Sanitarium forth
*the pest McCIeary few weeks. Excelsior 01' Shingles Our Una I U complete ao you can

Sprint b a resort city, SO miles 1 choose exactly O1e right type for the purpose.

northeast of Kansa City, Mo. Mrs. 1 Not only can we give you the highest qualIty .
Burr and ion, Charles, visited in
Chicago whet M' Burr Joined 1 but yon will pr BO more for Carey materials

them en route home. Stops In 1 than ordinary roofing will COlt else'where.

Let us bid eta your roof needs
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I NEWT G. BALL NEW SYSTEM s BROOKER LUMBER COMPANY

NOTAXY rCBUC
. Drm h FBESI Alt-tVhrts kot dr. t Telephone 62 Homestead, Fla.ROOFINGS .

.. Fire Insurance and too fjrtirt, |tni far < few Casts,Lay.

Kindred Lines 90

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I : 1- Social Events in South Dade I





MRS. J. J. McLENDON IS GUEST OF HONOR MRS. BOWLING O. DYE GIVES P. W. C. WORKS AT PLANS FOR OPENING
SHOWER FOR MRS. JOS. ADAMS
I AT BRIDGE PARTY AT P. B. BIRD HOME I I Mr*. Joseph Adams ws givena I lB. REST ROOM FOR PUBLIC IN HOMESTEAD, I

cleverly planned shower Monday I -

Mn. J. J. McLendon of Lesry, Chocolate cake roll and punch I afternoon. by Mrs. Bowling G. Dye I I Way and means of providing turn that the city at present can

Oa, ROOM guest of Mr. and Mr*. were served. In the Dye apartment the Horn la public rest room and a woman's assist only by providing tree electric -
Preston B. Bird, wu honored I The guest Included besides the, building. I exchange current and water.
were discussed
again by
Thursday afternoon with a bridge honor guest: Mn. Robert L. Walker -, Tinted cake, mints and punch Plan for conducting bingo
party given by Mrs. Bird and her Mr*. John Scarborough, Mr. were served. the Homestead Business and Professional game to raise funds were consid
sister, Mrs. Curtis Monroe, at the Home, Mn. Paul Reynolds, Mrs Present besides the hostess and Women' Club at Its
Bird home In Downer Patnu. Mrs. Geo. M. Sonnlchsen, Mr*. Stanley honor guest were: Mrs. C. J. Par- I meeting in the clubhouse of the ered.Members were notified by the
McLendon formerly resided In Wlttkop Mr*. Robinson, Mr*. Rob- man, Mrs. Julian H. Webster, Mrs. Woman's Club of Homestead Mon- president, Mrs. Clna Stewart, of
Homestead. i ert Glenn, Jr., Mrs. J. D. Perkins I:. L. Lawrence, Miss Mary ;day evening.A the district meeting In Lake Wale
Garden flower decorated the Mrs. Geo. E. Ruehle, Mn. Frank son, Mrs. Harry Cooper I committee composed of Mr. on July 31 and they were askedto
rooms. I Hausman, Mrs. Lonnie Hood, Mn.tvey H. Sayle of Miami, Mrs. JaCk-I J. F. Hammett and Mrs. Flora D. notify her or Mr. J. E.: Gaiuen
Mn Russell Home won the high Mrs. Claude Campbell, Mrs.,Adam, Mr. Howard Myers was sent from the meeting by July 28 If they wish to attend.
score prize; Mn. Joel J. Robinson, II Hubert Nichols, Mr Howard Mrs. Bevo Web, Mrs. If. G. to the city council meeting to find Mrs. Stewart will respond to the
the low score prize; and Mn. Gor- i Lamb, Mn. Floy Watson, Mrs. H. man and daughter, Jane, Mrs. J.l'[out the extent of help that couldbe address of welcome at this meet-
don Ivey, the traveling prize. Mri. I P. McDaniel and Mrs. E. A. Buch L. Burton, Mr. Lonnle Hood Mrs., expected from the city In Ing.
McLendon was given a guest prize. anan. W. R. Bird, Mrs. Willard fifield, I the carrying out of this project. Mrs. Virgil Lyon was admittedto
Mrs. Carl Field Mrs S A King. The committee reported on It* re- membership.on .
Mr*. Hubert Nichols, Mr*. J. R.l
GIVE BIRTHDAY PARTY program. Doney, Mr Claude Campbell,1Mr
FOR MISS HELEN MOTE The group decided to hold no Robert* K. K. M. K. TO PLAN the grounds of the Future
Hester, Mrs J. H.
Miss Helen Field and Miss Mary meeting in August so the next Huau and Mrs. Ben Archer. I INITIATION CEREMONIES I Farmer clubhouse Tuesday even-
McNeill gave a surprise birthday meeting will be on Sept. 8. Gift were received from: Mrs.C. .I I' Charter members of the new ing.Attending
party for Miss Helen Moye at the Present were:: Mn. A. S. Darling If. SUffani. Mrs. Virginia Edwards :Girl Scout club, K. K: M. K., will: were: Jeannette and
Moye horn last Thursday even- Mr*. J. R. Hickson, Mn. J. Mrs. C. N. Walker, M.... meet this afternoon at the homeof Annette Campbell, Edna Forte,
Ing. M. Holtert). Mn. McAlister, Mrs. Frank B. Rue Mrs. W. Y I Mrs. Frank Skill, captain of the Carol Walker; Geneva Vanni';
Contest. and Indoor games were R. E. Trotter, Mr*. E. L. Nelson Mrs. J. Tom Vann, Mrs. J. R. Rut-I}troop, to plan Initiation ceremonies Mable Ruth Pope, Melba Van
played. Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Wolfe and Mrs. land, Mill Eula Ray and Miss t for those who are to be admitted Winkel, Elizabeth Hall, Birdie
Those present were:: Mrs. A. Blake.K. Mabel Williams to membership.. Home, Joy Peters, Maidens Gil-
S. Moye, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Field, Th charter members are: Ath- mer, Edwwtf'Kirby;*tldred and
and son, Robin, Miss Helen Field, K. K. HAS BIRTHDAY I ley Kemp, Vida Clarke, Dora Bob Gllmer, Howard West and
PARTY
Miss Mary McNeill, Miss Hells HOUSE PARTY FOR VIRGIL GIVEN Scott, Betty Bailey, Barbara Mil Elbert W.t.IItEDLAND .
GRENNELL JR.A
Saul. Miss Effle Booth, Miss Miss Lucille Welt Miss Eunice ler, Anne Hickson and Lieutenant
Mary Emma Brown, Miss Betty;: Walker, Mill Virginia Doney, Miss family dinner party was given -'Geraldine Reitz. Miss Elizabeth LEAGUE TO HOLD
Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. V.
Richards, Miss Marjorie Moser, Elizabeth Mcllwaln and Miss Mary Skill, also plans to attend. BENEFIT BUNCO PARTY
M. Crennell In
honor
of the birth1day
Mill Marjorie Redd, Miss Virginia Elizabeth Kyle who form the Kitts of i .The: scouts are asked to register The Redland Epworth League
anniversary their ton, Virgil -
Trick Miss Martha Close, Misses Kattawampu Klub are having a M. Crennell. Jr. |before Aug. 1 it they plan to attend -, will give a benefit bunco party
Antoinette Helen and Sue Moye, one-week house party in the West Covers were laid for: Mr. and the scout camp pt OJus where In the clubhouse of the Woman'
Robert Vrana and Landon Hick- apartment Mill Billl West of Mr*. Grennell, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil I! horseback riding boating, swimming Club of the Redlands Tuesday
son. Montgomery, Ala., I cousin of Miss M. Crennell, Jr., Miss Lou i nature Jaunts, craft work evening *,t 7:45: o'clock.
Lucille West, will Join the group Belle Orennell of Miami, Miss'and outdoor cooking are to be It is being given to raise funds
MISS ALICE PENNY TO GIVE today. Goaldia Crennell and Myron1Grennell. featured. The camp Is financedby for the institute fund.
HCLCQME; PARTY FOB GUEST Swimming, bicycling and tennis i iThe cookie-sal money. Mrs. Skill!
Miss Alice Penny will give a occupy the girls much of the time. !"will serve as consellor for a three- W. M. 8. MEETINGAT
welcoming party at her home this1 Friend art to be Invited to Joinin day period. PARK POSTPONED

evening for her house guest, Miss, a chicken dinner Saturday evenIng = Calendar :, The W. M. S. all-day meeting
Esther Hack of Orlando. Both and the closing event will bea
INTERMEDIATE B. Y. P. U; which was to have be u held rue -
swimming and dancing will be watermelon cutting on Monday. July 23 Princeton Playground I HAS WIENER ROAST day at Royal Palm State Park was

enjoyed. Association fish fry from b to 7 ,I The Intermediate B. Y. P. U.: postponed for the present.
Invited are : Miss Jane Gatlin, MRS.! W. B. CAVES, JR.. o'clock. 1 member and their leader Mr*. J. The members will be notified
Miss Barbara Done. Miss Mostly IS HOSTESS 'TO GLEANERS July 28 Benefit bunco party W. Oilmen enjoyed a wiener rout I when the meeting is to be held.
Sever Miss Mary Elizabeth Kyle Mn. W. B. Caves, Jr., enter- given In Redland Woman's -Club 1
Mill Alma Jane Llndgren, Miss tained the Gleaner Class at her building by Redland Epworth i .
Betty Brown Carl Deden Edwin home Tuesday afternoon. After League at 745 p. m.
Lawrence Gen Campbell, Roy a short business meeting a social July 31 Meeting, of Homestead i <1 RIMTHE
Campbell, Clayton Lehman, Mar- hour was enjoyed and refreshments; Townsend Club In Neva King (
vin Pritchard. Theodore Franklin, were served. Cooper School auditorium at 230.:
Wlnfred Owens, Bobby Ames, Members present were: Mr*. s.1 Aug. I Meeting of HomesteadB. j DIXIE DRUGHomestead
Cohen Leggett, Harry Hemmlngs, L. West, Mrs. Gordon Ivey, Mn.: P. W. C. In Woman's'Club building -'
Albert ReiU, Harry Brown, John Harry Cooper, Mn.: H. J. Kavney,I at 8 p. m.
B. Graham. Chas. Elch nberger, Mrs. H. Schauberger, Mrs. K. W. Aug. 3 Meeting of Wednesday Florida
Bobby Caves and Jack OalUn. Clements, Mrs. J. S. Alexander,I Bridge Club at home of.Mrs. Paul
Some of the boy invited were Mrs. Henry Olsen, Mn J. W. Reynold
asked to bring their "dat..". Tyher Mrs.. L. T. Proctor, Mrs. Aug. 3 Meetings of W. M. sg* prom mzmm SA IE
M. A. Murphy, Mn. Jas, Roberts, circles. .
MRS. LENA BRICKLEY him Clifford Campbell, Mn A. Aug. 3 All day meeting of V'j I

CELEBRATES SOTH BIRTHDAY A. Bussey, Mrs. Russell Home, L. T. Club at .home of Mrs. &rwsSufl. tl
Mr*. Lena Brickley, grandmother Mrs. Floy Watson, and Mrs. E.
ot Dr. Irene Shanklin, celebrated Cravey. Visitors present were Mrs.. I Fox.Aug.. 10 August meeting of X. 5 yd. irstaid Adhesive .
her eightieth birthday at the C. N. Walker, Mn. Hobson, Mn. W. M. U.DR.. IX
Shanklin grove In Florida City on Richard Huff and Miss Ellen Huff. IOrd.flrdaidGiu Bandage 25
July 14. A picnic dinner was a Bola D/t oxt pHI.. :
feature of the day. MRS. PROTHERO WILL C. II. DENBY
Mercurochrome ;.in fa id .
.,
Those present were: Mrs. Brick- ENTERTAIN SOCIETYThe Osteopath Physician 0 :
ley Dr. L. C. and Dr. Irene Shank Woman' Missionary Society ReADYMADE BANDAGES sN.ut Ilow r
lin, Mr. and Mrs. A. C Shanklln of the Silver Palm Methodist -II Phone 19Homestead
of Hollywood. CaL Mr. and Mr*. Church will hold an all day Flo. For burnt use Insulated Calome/

F. C. Henn, Mr. and Mrs. J:. E. meeting Thursday July 28, at the I (0... Brawi. Drag .....) Rex-Salvine Food or Drink .
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Crowson and Miss Laura, Ray of home of Mrs. R. W. Prothero.The 1 .ow
forenoon will be devoted to _. 4f
Miami ...- -
-- SO .
the course in Bible study and the I JUGI39
PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARYHAS afternoon to a discussion of the\ f} eseVw ,.
PROGRAM ON HYMNS sixth and seventh chapters of .... A","I/fzll: "W'

I The Woman's Auxiliary of the ,"What I* This Moslem World" I
I First Presbyterian Church of A covered dish luncheon will be N. lflII'MII8t Zi 1". M'Mgrtlm

( Homestead met at the.horn of Dr. served at noon. I Iodine KEY olt LICENSE
and Mrs. !!. & Wolfe yesterday I All women of the church are Invited 1 mh'e ill ,
CAS& .
I tot a program on hymn The I to attend. 96.41111-, .
)j story ot each hymn was given and the gen.tneEUGENE &97-111U,04, 49 f
the hymn were sung to accompaniment Mr. and Mr*. Paul Reynolds attended I & "WI Vrf ,
.. .. rasing '
... ;,_
: I 1 played by Mr*. D. P. I a dinner dance In the Royal I Permanent "
Blake. Mr* Wolfe directed the Palm Club In Miami Friday nightmice's sEIkays REX

)f .. : :..belles-.eels-ass's- rug WRITE SHOEcra,hr

;\. Beauty Shop I "e.--Ws to fcM .e i...,: I CLEARER i\,.. $ ,
;
., Jlre -... .--',be** Dess top 2 5 .JAysla 149
I I ins ... g.sloe E..gagef.rtieea' nib off SAm TlIII.1
1111 MeCrory Arcade Alice Bobsoa. Owner-Operator 1M." "dreer pose w __. ,

bilk.Aw W snse. ..M sBush's ..
; Thcrmlque CroauWnole ........- .... ..., sayypweenww PRCCRIPTlONS
IIII 55..15 of ow stare. 41GCQt Seery preewtp se AA.j
PrmannlVavu Many bask
I with /rook pet.wegaerent.
i ma M M.MIbriklt 011 .. Tins wad 01-00 ... DRU6s iwgr..1i.wte.
i Oil .( Tamp WM vttll Barber
J MMIM ___ IS-M c..ua..r _._.. ...... Shop
M rl..ll. Censwtlea
Laurel 8ha.1'1II11 & Parlor
.. f' Beauty
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I I,, !till 1:!mj mftw III .. ., MO** tOI Dream Oversaw



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FrIday July 22, THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Pare seven


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,'SOCIAL EVENTS'I I LESS THAN ((8 A DAY tell of LEGAL tell and MpnoMta NOTICES taint for UH I' CLASSIFIED ADS

.........._.'..............._._M._ rotes IrSIJP 1MB, both iMlajnX,.imovntIM I
Bassos TOM A WNOU YIAft *. ttST.... I' l
toaxUiar with at
feOBBT NICHOLS WINS .PRIZE Said INS wntncoM

'}N DANCING CONTEST I Of OMMAMNOI odd'::.-"h.l bidder II'the*GeafeNow. RATE: First Insertion 104 a line; subsequent Insertion

Bobby Nichols, ion of Mr. and The Leader Enterprise la Nlaail. oa law lot ":ar of AwaMIPM. S, a line
I beginning al the boor of Ma .'altekA.
,) Hubert Nichols won the firerlM
sirs M.. or MMaa Ikmartv H the MM

in the final of a dancing f1tpJ.rPrl ", o..Y-IL"'} 1M won" Is due _... FOR RENTFOR I LOST
Dead at MUml. florWa, that the tack
itudio contest tn Miami Friday AND day af July, 1. .

'tftornoon. Fifteen members Clrrult Court.
the class competed. 'POPULARMrCIIANICS Dad CMmtr., riorlda.Clmilt bungalow. Mrs. Sybella Chand- please mall to Mrs. W H.

;f, /Both Bobby: and hit elder brother. : ( Court Rasp): ler. Phone 2120. (JI2-M] Eason Princeton.
JNO. nCKNO. D. O.fublliMd
Or -
Hubert appeared on Mickey I July I*. M. St. loss.NOTICI '
iMouM program at the Grove MAGAZINE FOR RENT 10 acres scarified MISCELLANEOUSTHE :

Theatre In Coconut Grove Sat- RioterPyaa or ArrLirATioit FOR TAX pine land. $10 per acre; also finest -
/tro.'YIJ. DIED
urdajr. The former performed a ) Chapter 1141-Aria af IOIS marl potato and tomato,land FLA. AVOCADO & LIMEGrowers

File. A ins on E. Campbell St. F. M. Dolan, Exchange will receive
called the Holland strut and GnBOTH-A
dance $3.50VA1UI Kotk kl hereby Il_ thai Mn. Ralph
the latter, the sailor's horn pipe.F. Button, Bolder. nf Stata Odd County Tat KIT Granada, Coral Oable bids for rating their fire damaged -
ONLY $22 C.rtiruto No. dell .leaned the 71k day afAwiM. Telephone 45697. (J1515)FOR ) building Naranja until
A. O. IMS. kM food. ease la mrofflM
noon, July 29. For details see
and kM and .prlluUoa for a
L. T. CLUB MAKES GIFT KM U,woo Hw ...-..., the ...... tai dead to M bound Cher w. BaM Oarlifkat RENT Good nice, roomy W. H. Sheffield. J22)

FOX L O. O. F. HOME cad yaw ether aala.hkan. ky seeding mhraMl tile felkiwIiMI dmarlbid apt. Cool, well furnished. Sum-
The F L. T. Club held an al"day this aawiaaaorandKIM property ta the County >f Dada, Stat *fSH WANTED
.... mer rate, reasonable. Ask at
meeting with Mrs. Edna LotT I 1. Blank T. Pulled Hlrhland. .
Western Union. (mj27tf])
W with rh* ran 4T.la .
a Suhda, Plot Bonk s, p n TUTORING WANTED high
'Strickland Wedneiday to sew on .,tile ward by towing the County of Pod*. state of ........... -
Napkins for the I. O. O. T. homeIn POPULAR MICNANICI MA9AZIM The assessment of MM p.roprtpwdcr FOR RENT Furnished apartment school and grade school subjects ;

Gainesville. the laid otrtlfleat h...d Van U the Summer rates. Mrs. C. Mrs. ll. J. Armstrong, A. B.
of Ralph J. Buttva.Ul .
Present were: Mn. Goldie Wolfe, MeN than t,000 plcter one* soma_:MM Mrtlfleala shall k* red..seedaeeordlne R. Biggcrs, 104 N. E. tnd eve Plummer drive and Country

Slow limes every year to low. Ute property dew Head Club road.WANTED .
Mrs. Hilda Fox, Mrs. Nellie Mul- ehereln will be otId a Ute highest bidder (my 20 tf]) /

line Mrs. Thelma Radford, Mn. Hundreds of money.miking and .t the Court how door oa the ftaat If.....
1 of *.. ....... INS, Listings of holmes
ideas farm day II the pionth "' FOR RENT Furnished apt -
Compton Dr. Irene Shank- labor-sowing aids
Flora
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whlrk .. Ute Hh d.r of Bapt.mbor. IOM.l.Ud
tn, Mrs Cora Belle Grinold, Mfl. household hunts: homo workshop this VHh day of July, I.... downtown. Summer rate tin) and apartment for rent. Henry

Beattie Mrs. Gertrud dps.The latest inventions. Scores B. B. LIATHERMAN Sept. 1. See Henry :Behrem Behrens & :Benj. W. Morris N.
Marjorie ;
of Clark of Olmll Court.
bullddngprojecuforcrafnmen, W. Morris. mlttf Krone av*., north of ID-cent
or Benj. ( )
Cipllnger Mrs. Hannah Moon. : Dad Qoaaly FtarMa
'I YOU SAYS MONEY by signing this I Circuit store; phone 94. al-tf)
c-t.W'a
and Mrs Strickland.
rncH-ETf. D. C.
imp* and ..111.| || la this own FOR RENT Furnished apart
Ann. .. II. tI.I.
(July IS. 10.
paper with year .....,. I ment, clean, all conveniences.Also WANTED Painting or carpentry -

.. )KEBEKAHS HAVE ...-..----.-..--- NOTICE or ULI or TAX ciRTiri- furnished house, S bed work. Price reasonable. Con

.t"'MEETING I lodoMd h 11.10.Rend m.rou.._ CATESAapHraUoa rooms, all electric. Mrs. Eva Collins bet Smith Cor. 4th St., and lat
end SIOINotlM
Na.
NO.r Fyder Maheaam
; At the Rebekah meeting Monday lor _rem 11I4- I* knror. .1_ that RoWH la corner Biscayne drive and Av, at residence of W. B. Flow

Bight a decorating committee composed -I pashas kM filed with M wrHtoa roniHot Federal highway at Modello. en, Homestead (tf)
rtlftaauai together with all
thai the tai *
of Mrs. Goldie Wolfe Mr: I iuknon.nl. emitted ar avid axes In.rludliw .

Anna Meiaersmith and Mrs. Mol- I the poor lest, kM kr the Slat FOR SALEFOR WANTED To exchange paintIng -
.wt .ro k* adrortlooa aid Mid la the highest: kid.drr .
.
lie Wingat was appointed. i fw ashes provided ky Chapter IMM. or carpenter work for lot.
1- Members present were.Mr. anMn. : of the 1017 Asa of the Loa..I....*. ago SALE CHEAP S toot electric Address Leader-Enterprise Box
UM following doiorlM. real **tM la the refrigerator In good condi-
Hugh Beattle Mrs. Flora County of Dole, BUM of Florida towillWH OMS.
f Compton Dr. Irene Shanklln, Mn I of Nm af .W\4 of BW44 gee tion; MS. R. H. Done, Flowers,

:: Wolfe Mrr. 'Blanche 'Chapman,I
t. Mrs. Meuersmlth Mrs. Thelm I side Dade County) I Ii sold! *?* .. .nTld by C.rtifto.i"Ho.IMO I Buy a Home
of IPM ape tepr ass knM far the FOR SALE Tropical plant, citrus
Radtord. Mrs. Edna Strickland, i war not k* NipoMfbl for any 4tbU a ; Vexes ion ... Isis, both ......*. .-... tree and troplcat fruit 1Bseason. Buy Grove Land
..
Mrs Hilda FoX, Mrs. Florence IhoM atraeMl kr myMlf. one' a .n.'
opt
LANDON CARNET 1 Na% d aWti of KCK af IWU are. Jungle Grove, Redland LandIt
Pacettt, Mrs. Hannah Moon, Mri l Township. $6, Rant 40. coalala, Buy Glade
Jest .. Man 10.
(My 10, 17. I, IV IT. .t. July read and Puommer lriv*,
' Tk tok
Gertrude CaplingerMrs.Nellie I S. H. U). lair add t are wm"*rMoaM aian.ar.br Co HlriMM lees Ill *40Mif I* ma first belief that Wt*.

p MulllM, Mrs. Wlngate and Mn lose and rapMiinla totes for.... >MI* FOR BALE Second ban Frljidalre. er jwfee are lmralne
i I NOTICE or ALI or TAX CSaTIFT.AppikW..Ms. : IMt to loss, aaak Ixtaaloa, aMoaatlnoiLt
7 Cora Belle Crinold.
i.* ....,.. aGed running condition. Beat quibble abort yree.!
I IIMNolle. IS. Sllaway. Tk apt t* .. Mid $20. Inquire tdulder rnwrprioe. Deal
In .<_ thai c._.... wait
berth
Mr. snd.:Mrs. J. It Brooks en= are .rU..OMar Certificate No. IMI af a
Alba Warm, kM filed stilt m* redeoe lose and MproMnt tar for the .San Igor *w.
0' tertamed at dinner Tuesday even. MquMt thai the urn ....1'...... topMkolwttk IMT to IMS both laolMln*. amawatlai LEGAL NOTICES
Series Trail thank me for this .>go -
emitted taxes
J. all Substitutes ar .
Ing Mrs. Elizabeth' J'uiIIa.: T. tariirflne the *aaf U,.. bow by the *taM *g.n"ta. arrtlfbatoi hunthr with all few months beam
:.- 'IWIt-4 lens, Rex and Dale, end' IM advntlMil and said to she. alilwt bidder lakMaii**! emitted or tooted HIM will NOTICE Or ArFIITATION TOR TAX gestation
Given Victor. I I'or _k u ro.hM kr Chapter IIZ... ., .M saw to the highest bidder at the Court DEED H. A. Cameron
lit the IMt Auto *1 the Lwlalatui. *, Name ta Miami *a the. ISIk day of Julr.IOM rn MOM
f* ____ -- i UM following described sal .into U Oil knrlnakK at th* hour af wa .''''''' N...... is b...by rl..a that FrancfeHaMrmaa.
Countr of 0.*.. SUM ., florid., swiss ar a* anon thereafter al the Mm halter of city of Miami TilOnlflooM
;:... 1I0MESTEAD 4-11 CLUB I Lot I. Mention n. Tow...hl.. ... See.. AheM ......... la du. MUM Numbered .1. SIM. IIM,
,M. ... ........._a., .....evemse---' kr MrtKlnw Na. I u4l ol 1MI ..< .... '"", -.. tom tad 10004. datod the lot dr at
t Mrs. Carlson gave out the ..... Ian for UK Fair 1MO W IMS S. taATHKR-AM. June. A. O. Into kM find" MM CrrilfkMto. Lot t. work 4. Klwood COOK Plot
i record books for the various year both Ineliutr, amounting to .11..... Clark Clrrult Court. la mr off.., and .... made arollM.lion took *. pap. IS1. la the City mj tot
1.ld... atrtlflcatai together will all Dad Couatr Ftorlda.iCIrcult for tot dead to IMM tkanoa la aa.Mrd.no County wl Dad. Blal* of Florida, pa
,. at our meeting this week and Subsequent. emitted ar Soled Uu will Court lrall > with .... sold CanlfkatMmkro Mead In Cortirkvt. Na. SOUP Th.aMMimml .
showed of the required articles -I b* sold t* the highest kUdM .. the Court By 11f0. PENNO.'D. Co > the following driMd anaartr of MM property under the
tome Haw til Miami, o. the slit day W Aiwuat. (Published July .. I" t3 uas.. .Muted la Dodo County rloTM. ......1 MM Cntlffeat Issued WM la She aama
completed. UM. kwlnnina lt the base of In ......k Lot II.. Black M. share r_. Plot d lsolm.soo.I' .
The for next week A. M. or a* OM thereafter H the am NOTICE Or SALE OF TAX ...;i..I.- pap it. la the ll'M..;.;,. .. Gato's 1.1.10. Plot Bank
assignments
I may k* reached III due aoura. CATIMAppllciUoa County of Dad*. State of riorlda, a* m page I' I. Ute City of IIII. C.nty
rare: bring a large-eyed needle ands I Dated at Miami Florida Into the SOU N*. Sill CEaTI'I'1 bred la CortlflMto N*. Ill The MMM.mrnt Dodo. auto of FkvMa. M omhraoM

'i. answer the roll call on what youhave day of Mr, 18a<. Notion' .b hereby glen that of MM proporty uadw the MMOorlirioit I.* COrtll...... No Slltl4. The assessment
K. II. LEATHERMAN. I ..,.*. soma of the ,,_. kai Mud wa. la tka lam al Mid property ..d.. the MM OrlifloaMiMuod
accomplished In horn improvement Clark Circuit. Court. an wrrltten nqunt that the tax orrtlfl.eatai Unknown.Lot WM In Ibo mm of Unknown
and sewing. I Dad County, Florida anther with ill rahMQiwitt _II.... I. Block 1. Bases Vista OaraVniEitoulon Lot 17. Block fl L........ Metals Ln4Comp.ny1
i ICltauli. Court Sol) or .vM axes Ineludlnt th PIN Book 4. pan IM In thi I Bubdlrhlon, Pint Book S.paaa .
TI: A demonstration on fitting slip] By : D. Coi held by the Sate k* ..r.I Mid City of Miami. County of ode. kate al tee In the City of Miami. Ooanly of
';and assigned( to i Published July M. 29. 2t; t. ;! to the hi.....' bidder for scab M provided. Florida, .. .mhraMd II Crtlfkial NoSIM. Dad, Btnla of Fltirlria, M .mkrai InCorllfkat.
apron patterns was : by Chapter little, of Ute 117 Ata af the The '_"' ...1 of MM propwt, No. ...... Tho aoMumoatof
.
,Julia Sullivan and Katherine Or- NOTICE or 5ALR OF TU CERTIF4 Uatalatur. upon o '" under the MM CortlflMM hud WM Ml MM noel under the Mid O rt.rical*
i :; the name of V..o.l1..k .... I ...
CATESApplkml.a roil estate In the County ., stated Mod WM talks of Unknown
fal1 de.. I N.. 2161Notts Florid1..wtl' Lot .. / 1. Buna v..., OardM E.. Unless MM OrllflnU* ....11 .be ro.aVomod .
.j ,The hostess next week will .be k hereby glen that Modal f-and Lot 1, Hit. to. Tow of HoniMtMd. The ........... Plat Bonk 1. pap ". la the aomrdlw to Uw, tai deal Mill
June Jenkins and Katherine! Kl#. Company hM filed with m* wrttti" r.: U.. to b* Mid are widen.d ky cortlflrat City of Ml.ml County af DiaV. State of Sew torsos an Ik* 1Mb day of AatMl,
together Florida. M rmaraoM) la drllfleau. No. .
'i quest that the ta. MrtlflratM No. MIS of loge and roproMnt* IBM A- D. IMODaud
A demonstration on table setting with all subsequent omitted or levied taiolhnludln for the yMr lOT to loll, .book la.lu.lv. $109. Tk amommml of mid property this. Itk day of July. A. D lee
Annabell Redi the roar loss, held by the BUMh mountlm la .....,.. .... the Mid Cortll....* based WM In E. R. LKATHKRMAN.Dad .
was given by advertised aad told to the highest bid bid tax artlfkau together with all the name of Unknown. Clerk of CMlt e....'.
and Goaldla Crennell. I d.r.for c..h M prodded by Chapter HUM, subsequent omitted or lewd Use* will ha Lot 1, Block ||, Bar Visa P.... Plat County, '...r.....
Those Bai-101 the 10IT Act. of the Lrptalitur, upon Kid to the hlalMol bidder al the Court Rook 1. Done IT, In the City of MamCounts /, tC*...' Court Mm
present were: Betty the following described soul was In UMCimnty Haw la Miami M Ute nth day of A...... of Mae. state of Florldi, M eat. ? ?
ley, Madine Gilmer, Mildred Greer, of Dade. BUM of Florida, towltlKS. INK. kMlnilni .. the hour of ton o'clock amend la Cortlflnt No. HI I. The aa- (/.I"l IS. IS. 10. Aua. I. IMP
June Jenkins Katherine and Virginia Soetfcm 10 Township II Ran*. 10. A. M.. or M IOM ttonaftor M the Mm __.. of MM property coder the JaM
-I nntalnlnf Ole .._ more or I_. The mr k* nrarlMd la due eourM ConHlcau Mud WM la the BUM of U. IN THE CIRCUIT COl'RT fI' TOM.
Kelly, Barbara Miller, Katherine axes t* b* old are ..ld ned by ...Utl. Dated *t M.lml Florida, this the SOtk known ttiiiviNTH JUDICIAL. riRdirr <>r
UIM tl !. J"..." '". *.'. Visa Pork STATE Or PIORIOA. IN AND
less and TOO
Redd soft No. 4TJI af represents day d July. lose. ,
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Orfanedes Teresa ..
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A. .
Plat Book
for the yearn 1011 to IOII. both Ineluilra L B. LEATHERMAN I. pan Tl, la also rna DADE COUNTY. IN IHAMCRT.NO. .
Mildred and Warren Severy, Julia imountlni to MHO.01. Clark C'II Court Mw. Miami County of Did. Bate at S14II.
Sullivan .... Sex nrttflcatM _h.. wtth .11 Dodo Cou.",. rise"ICkexit M omhiwwd In Certificate No, Ruth II.......... Plaintiff ... Frank
Carol Walker; Margate .,". Th ._.. .
.: subsequent omitted or .levied loses will Cats Sao) of MM pnnwrty I loMph Mnrton .,. .d..t.
Wlngate and the hostesses, Anna..M Mid to the highest bidder .. the Court H s JNO. rEHHO. 0. C. undw the MM Certificate intend wa* In ORDER FOil PtlLICATIONTe
bell Redd and Goaldla Grennell. (Nome la Ml.mU aa the Its day of Aural Published July 2t. SO. Au.. 6. I.... Ute am of Unknown.Lot Frank J.oeph Murton. wham ,...,.-
I' IOM. beginning il the lour of ton o'clock' t. Block I. Blltmnt, Mat Rook S, .In cnka.wat
A. M.. or ai Moa thereafter M the Mm NOTICE OF BALK. or TAX CIl.T...- .... 07. m the Clip of Miaul. County of you are bents Notified and roaulnnl ta
Map k* Math In due __. CATMApplkatto hale. state" of FkvMa, M embossed In appear la the bill ., anrnpUlnl fur dtra -
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA I Dated at ML.il Florida this the SOtk N*. Ill* Crrtlflral No. 17MI. TM MOM.rn.nlaf .. filed la the above slid ,,_. now
WILL GIVE FREE: PROGRAM ; lay of July, r M...... h honbr town that Mill B. MM Property Moor the Now CortII...... before the 1.1 day of AuraM.ill IPM.MkorwlM .
IOM.B. LKATHCRMAN. M.cUMw. Ami of Ute O....r. CM filed Issued WM la Ute aam .. Vnkaowa, the alUvatloM af MM willW
Clerk Circuit Court. with aw written rqMl that the tea *r.tlflnlM Lot I. Bleak I. Sarnt Jose Park A....... taboo. ...IM' yon M _,_.
I .
Dad Couaty riorlda.ICIrnll tonthor with .11 subsequent omit.tod A Plat bank 4. anw 41, r. the city of This ender shell aa published met a
the Junior Symphony Orchestra ( Court SM> or levied tuna laeludlni the ,... IOIS. Miamsated ForMa a* amkraoMl la work for four _tl.. _... In the
of Miami will give a free public j Br JNO. FENNO. D. RP.YasW hold bythstate a. d....- aad aoM toUM CHI".. l. prep..trlawda. Tk. M..N.Iof lM...EatorprlM, Dada County FIorkIa.Ia. .
July n. ... A... .. lots.KOTICI highest bidder '; ... M piwrklrd .kp the Mid CartlfkaitoMOM .. jb I....
program In the clubhouse of Ml-\ of the 117 Art af th.Laiailitura ) WM In the anew of 1I........... L' L LEATHERMAN,
ami Woman's Club Monday evening Chapter ISSN the followliw described LM I. Block 4, peed: Cert, Plat Book M Clark of th* Clrntt ConriClmM
; or aACarOF TAX CESTIF4Apptlrataa spec af Dodo. Rate *, pap III. I. the CHr af 1.0,1.' CMnty ( Court _llB l
la the County
:
at I:SO, announces Mrs. SamJ. f real Meta of D.M, SUM af Florida, mararod In M. SWIFT. Drpirty CWrh.HP.NMT .

Davit, a member of the orches I t b (....... Vivo)I.that 1114Notlot T. B. Boa.wo of Floyd.., ,a towitsws rI 'W H W IRS( d Se. IEI4 of CrrtlflMM Mid prwporty No, .lOlI...... la*TM mid .CMIfkal.saes.t for P. ROBF.RTS.Ecotone PlolaUff.Jay .,
llffowMhlp IT. Raw osm-
tra. The program will Include 1 Aal .. Model Land Company thai has the Mention talnla S.I arcs mom wr MM. Tk saw Mud WM In the name of u..._.. ( 1. S. Is. et. SS. IIMt
filed with written ronnort
'vocal and piano numbers also,,,, .... MrMfwitM. m* Wantkw with all mkM. 1. ... old ... ..wand kr OrtlfkoM ......
Mrs. Davies said. Tom B. Steun- ...... M kntad ... 1110 af lot* aad iwproMam I._ for then -
I 10 questyear talk held ky. those SUM be.g ,.. tots to IMI, both ladaalM amouna"lot
enberg Is conductor. iMM cad MM ta the ........t bidder for ....1.. .
rah provided kr Cluptor 10104. of the Bh...k S Diamond ..... Th tan
I' ai .......... br CntlfbaW N.
OIT Auto of the Uablatui*. upon .... ta ka old an EDWARD STILINGReal
following dMfrlbMl, nal .....* tat the too of IMo and _....... t..M lor the
Turner's Funeral Home I .onty; of Dado, But at Florida, howls poser lots M low both hMlwl, -...
I NEB( of NsK and N? of SE% SMtloa '"Ltd .1..<..
wnn ..UaMau.at
.. taxes abe ax MrtlffeaM together
II, Township M. Ran, l Th.
M-HB AMBULANCE SERVICE I MM are nwmaW ky Cortirkata No. emitted *r Mead taaM will ...
711 af loss OM represents buns fork add t* the ktahort. bidder ml the Court Estate General Insurance :
Lady Attendant In Mhiml. th. Irt d.r of A week
HnuM
yeses IMI M fall, Both teedaiestamou.ting at: rat
la M44 01.Wtt es. kopLnlnc the hour of M* g'llor : ;
Phone 584-R Hnrpesterd. Fla. Bortlo la. Township U, Samoa M.oatamlap rA. M.. *r M *o a thoMaf, M the pun .
i Ml or IOM. The PHP Set eea..d In due sours..
a.rw Names NOTARY PUBLIC
"....' .... that law tick
.u. la k* ..... an prMoaeod kr Cartlft. Dow Jena 1Y'
.al* ..... 4741 of INS Mod __.. taxes day ., I" ,
LEGAL NOTICES ,o* she seen lost lo I.'.. book nolimlra.nunUa R fc tIATHtlllIAMt
\.< M 111.M.B I Clerk ClRult -. Cor. Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida City, Fla.
af *Wli UM.*. A. r. .... Mention. Dad Caaatm Florida.r
NOTICa- 0". To re his U. ....* 40 aaatalnln CIa Court MII. 0.li.C. I'j'
". Whom n May Concerns Thi. .b .. HIT arms _.. .., The Sense t* t..o WO. FEN -
save gala tSaf tram VHt'.OOTBUIOj'-f '" ..Ad ..4 I .ep-Curtifkift Nar 7.hNahod July ji, o, IMS.

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:} Pace Eight' THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, July 22, 193

'a Homestead arty fell pending trial TiMMUCI1.11121 11111111 11T1 I i IT F1111171
COUNCIL HEEDS In higher court
The charges against Saul were P. & G. Ritz
PLEA [ by Mrs. Maud Broad-
j ; FIRE HOSE preferred
f't' liurst ai the result *t *. altercation -
', at the Peacock ton two week*) Crac
I, > While Homestead's volunteer ago, when Saul allegedly stabbed SOAP
, if fir department and its raechonlcal her husband Horace Broadhurst,
cal apparatus are rated a* "tops"for with a knife and inflicted a minor 1g. pkg.
injury when th* blade struck a rib
\i a small town by the fire underwriters 8 bars
its supply of fire bass. Instead of penetrating farther.
t Is woefully inadequate to cop Testimony at the hearing de-
,.j j with sellout emergency, Fire, veloped that Saute had taken Z5c r r 't ZIc
Chief A. C Deputy told the city I'' sever beating at th* hands of
. council Monday night Maurice White part owner of the -
g. Not only<< J Is the supply of hose promise earlier la the evening "
o both'hand truck:Insufficient attar a fire.to ncnarg but several >1 requested Instead of Saul leaving tried the to place continueth as KATE SMITH'S "BAKE A CAKE" KIT 31c

length have deteriorated and argument with a knife and
',o art liable to burst at any tin oa- WM aided by a companion John [(1 U. S. NO. 1- COBBLER GRUBER'SSTRAWBERRY
der full treasure Mr. Deputy said.Hi Martin who wielded a pair of
plea for more and better boss braia "knocks." Broadhurst was POTATOES 10 Ibs. 2Sc
was supported by Councilman W. hurt when he tried to Intervene.
R. Bird, who said fir*. police and Similar charge against Martinwere Preserves
sanitary protection must toll pref- later wlthdr..1Io"Whenever a SUGAR (bulk) 10 'Ibs .. __ . 47c
other departments, re-
ernc over
psrdlM of the condition of the rm in the dumps, C GREEN TAG NO./ 24 oz. jar . 25c
I get myself a new hat""I
City treasury.
Further support of the fire was wondering" where you [J FRESH PRUNES . CAN-.O C TARGET
Ex. I
chief demand came from Acting bought them. I
Mayor Henry Brooker who la also -.u F
\ tire committeeman of the council: PRINCETONContinued -1 11 OSCEOLA NO. 2% CANS Corned Beef
- After Inspecting sample of new w"11,111111111".M y / ,",,-1 PEACHES 2 2S
cans. . ... .
I hose displayed by a representative ( From Pag Five) !
: tll the Eureka Fire Hose Co.. the church on Monday night were Mrs[ri can ..... 17c
council agreed to heed the demand i i Ole Petersen, Mrs. Joe Singer FREEDOM
find a contract was signed forth Mrs A. W. McVicker, Blanch Mc-
purchase of 1500 feet of flew II Vicker Miss Cleo Chubb and B. GRAPE JUICE, qts. ... .25 C ROYAL
hoc it 1.10 a foot leu an allowance P..Smith and Walter Fisher
of seven cent a foot for I GELATINS
old couplings. September delivery Mr. and Mrs. O. IX Barcus and
was specified In the contract,i ton Douglas,and.Mn.Mary Walker MILK aK 20c
. which calls for long term pay. spent a day and night her last pkgs.. ..... 14c
mcnta. week.
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Earl Sauls Under Bond and Mrs her Henry guests J., Mrs Gilbert Bartlett of Miami and 1 Save the Coupons51b.box..27c Salad Dressing, qts. .. 25c '

After Assault HearingEarl daughter of Valdosta, I
callers on. Mrs. A. W. 1tfcVickerI!
Saua\ of Homestead, was last week FANCY WHOLE GRAIN

await committed trial In under the $100 criminal bond court to Mrs Mrs.Ida Cora Knight Lott, and and her .llter.1 10 lb. bag. 45c RICfi,51bs. ... .... ..... 18c

cl record on charge of aggravated In
Jeter are visiting
assault and carrying concealed ..:=-
weapon at a preliminary hearing Miss Shirley-Harkness la expected -II I 20 lb. bag S5e Heinz Ketchup, large bottle 19c
before Peace Justice S. L. Ken- home wiihln the next few
Brick last Friday. Bond was day from Emory University near
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made and Saw released from Atlanta. I' OSCEOLA TEA GLASSES FREE
.- with DR. PEPPER WITH
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t PEAS Upton's TeaVIIEATIES


on Display 2cans ... . 27c l-41b.pkg..25c pkgs.. . 25c


i f e.i I c1 4' a9
4lb.pkg.45cFANCY



1 wr a. >i QorIV 26c ICEBERG

+ i u a LETTUCE, large head . ... lOc

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TOMATOES 3 No. 2 cans I8c: :

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We We Are Ar FIIONE ai Year Not I'UU.service MIAMI a to BankBut Help You CH1PSO, large pig 23c I Camay Soap 3 bare 17c


Dried UDAIIY'S,6 to 8 lb. average

I MODERNIZEBrigg I :I BABY LIMA or BEANS HAM&lb _-. .. -... ...Z9C .

With i BLACK EYED PEAS SWIM PREMIUM STANDING
& Plumbing FixturesDo ,

You Need Money for 3 Its. _._. .. .. 19c RIB ROAST, lb. .. ... .. .29c
HOME IMPROVEMENTS?
See Us at Oncel Vfe Can Make Your R.uo-\8,

W* Handle eating AH Possible rUiuwlal! Retells \ Roll Butter, lb. .. .. .. _..... .. ..31c '

MARKOWITZ & RESNICK GOLD COINBREAKFAST 2 jOf .

The "'.....'. Finest Wumblnt Display. BACON,lb. _. .&
mt lUMagrM Blvd. Mlaaal

BONED AND ROLLED

H i VEAL ROAST, lb. ..._....49 C

it HARRY'S WELDING SHOP ill

" Campbell's Products LEAN AND MEATY
ltslaicsTON. PLA.lelabla .
\ ,> SPARE RIBS, 21bs. ..... .. 35C
o Elect is a4 Acetjta Welding n OrlM.....
,\, 4ylWer BeaN% Alas.awsi Ctatfaw a 4Ait ........ Temato Juke,3 cans 23cj .. ,

_llT*Maekte*EtpaJrlnf-CaUriM is guises hi main Pork&Beans, S,eaiw 23cl Georgia Smoked Bacon, 1%, ...23C ,
I tartar pouring sad aH|..< ........ taasxstiag red peering
Was boring sad cylinder ........ Tomato Soup,3 cans 25c

I EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED F.A. Spaghetti can lOc! Local Fryers, ft..35c; Hens, lb. 30c

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