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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: June 9, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00230
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOL. XXVII-No. ?3 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA FRIDAY JUNE 9. 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS





I'I'PW A O.I.'S AQUEDUCT PROJECTCuban. I







: Consul Says Treaty MKON$3000OOOPIPELINE; i



1 Hits Bade, Benefits Nation TO KEY W-STNOf AWAITING 1!




!Redland District Mangos Are Included APPROPRIATION BY CONGRESSPapa

JUMPSiPURCHASESBY

ISLAND I tIn, Fare' for English King and Queen Monkey Proud Completion Will I Mean la- i

As Mama Presents lands No Longer De- ,

k :I' New Loud Speaker from Large the luscious Redland Hayden District mango were Him With 2' BabiesThe pendent on Rain <{\

t 'Now Installed in -
in the fare of King
included
bananas
or whatever 5000.000 GALLONS A
Local Legion Park George VI and Queen Elizabethand papa, monkey pass around
DAY TO BE CAPACITY,
50 MILLIONS ether members of the BrltlabfO.1 when blessed n.atIn,
I .
ImUUatloe of a loud speaker
were on old man marmoset at
party when they; tarried at
together with four amplifiers the. Monkey Jungle, ilaialla Electricity'7Homestead
to be used for all public Vancouver, British Columbia, two
drive, last Monday May be Used for Pipe .
Bought $22,674,245 in ; athertnrw, was completed In week ago.Fifteen Mr. Marmoset was doubly
33'1 Legion Park Tuesday la time lugs containing 130 of Line Pressure j
$88,846,617 in 37; proud because the misses pre-
for use at &h.I.n presentation the fruit /were sent to a dealer In seated him with twin. Bach ,
.$75,152,388 in 38.DIPLOMAT of eolon. The apparatus Vancouver from the grove of J, It h about two end a half Inches Plan for the $3,000,000 aqueduct .
K which cost $150, was paid for Brooks and hla father, Charles L high and they wo Just about from Homestead or vicinity to Key i
IN TALK with find donated fat equal Brook, near Homestead. In wiring -
M lively now M when they West, to carry fresh water tel Shat
TOROTARIANSHERECuba's amount by the city of Homer tor the fruit, the- dealer aid will seals their trowtt of Island city and the communitieson
stead the Kedlan4 District they were for the visiting royalty.
.
about tea Inches.Marmosets
Chamber ef Commerce and Charles I. Brook of Miami 1* : the Keys In between have been
the smallest
Representative at the Homestead. TWBI. ad president of the Florida State of the monkey are family and approved by the public work administration -

Miami Admits Local Club. Horticultural Society. there are few.%** them In the and start of work on
Growers SufferWhile The amevem est to) purchase united .late*. ,tbIt pair at the the project await the next PWA
the load speaker eras started Krome Avenue Receives Honker Jungle. ftava boos appropriation by congress. It was
South, Dade County'has 'r .. F. Matthew" .-.resldene New Asphalt Dressing then two yean and art IB excellent learned here yesterday
lust cause to complain about the 0( the Townsend CI." health. ''1'&. young ofmarnooeU
The aqueduct will be constructedof
reciprocity I treaty between the A dressing of liquid asphalt' and .are*' generally bore
In pain. 14 to 20 Inch pipe capable of
land 1* being placed on the entire
United States and Cuba, signed In :2 LOCAL TEAMS length of Krome avenue by convict Unlike other monkey*, the conveying a maximum supply of
J9J4. Florida aa a whole and the labor under supervision of the male marmoset don most of 5,000,000 gallon daily Followingthe
nation bat benefited to a great hla family' work. lie even
work started
official The
county
extent by this pact, E. D Hernan LOSE IN DIAMOND Wednesday and I* expected to be carries the babies .Ulld-e. abandoned route of the F I.
des, Cuban consul in Miami, declared completed within several day. Dept during lunch time. C railway the entire distance, the
in aa address before the ed by County Road No. 20S, and ----- pipe will be laid underground
Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday BALL OPENER Krome avenue Is the route follow- wherever there I* land and suspended .
noon several other street over which NEGRO IS FINED and viaducts
> from the bridge j
"In I 033, the total cost of prod- i county road are routed will be
ticti bought In the United Stateiby Dlamondball rose over the local over the water gap PIn
inspected for possible repair, it
Cuba was $22,674,243." Mr. sport horizon Monday night and wa announced. $35 FOR SELLINGBOUTATICKETS addition to the main stationat
Hernandex.sald. "Thil amount Increased was welcomed by approximately Homestead or Florida City, there
steadily during the succeeding I 900 fan In the municipal park who will be auxiliary pumping station
yean until In 1937 the saw Brooker Lumber Co lose to at interval along the route of the
total was 88,848,817. In 1938 the I Perrlne, 7-1, and W D Home Co. $8,000 BUILDING aqueduct to maintain the flow of
purchase! amounted to $7 ,U2- go down before South Miami. 10-9 Mayor Tom Harris "crtcked water at an even pressure Settlements
588 Playing, generally, wa so-so, but WORKRECEIYESO.K.OFCOUNC1L\ down" again en bouts Monday In along the Florida Key,
"The majority of product purchased the team members showed enough city court when ho fined James which, like Key; West are now dependent -
In the United States were "umph" to Indicate that there will Smith. 28. negro, $33 for wiling entirely upon rainfall ;
used In agriculture and manufacturing be a pretty good brand of ball piece" of the flying ball game. aught on roofs and stored In cisterns
planti. In the peak year of dished out when the season gets Chief witness against Smith for drinking and other household -
1937 Cuba purchased from Florida out of the warming up stage. was Moss Walker, 42, negro elf- purposes, will be able to ob-
,lone $1,862,770 worth of lumber, The four team playing Monday Permit for construction and repair styled novice In the game Walker tain running fresh water by topping
a great portion of which was used night compos the.league and each work to Cost approximately testified bo bought ticket Into the aqueduct
to manufacture crates and boxes Monday and Friday night through 18,000, were' granted by the city from Smith. The movement to construct the
for the shipping ol fruit. out the season they will play council at a meeting Monday Mayor Harris reminded Walker aqueduct was started several year
In manfacturlng the American- double-headers. Tonight the line night hat two weeks ago he was defendant igo. Homestead' apparently unlimited -
bought article Cuba uses American up will be: Brooker v*. South I The permit Involving,the,greatest In a boliU case and waiicquitted supply of fresh water of a
labor which receive four Miami and Perrine va. Home. construction cost wa that after ho Informed the i purity and palatability unsurpassed
time more pay than was paid before ,The game between Perrlne and granted to M. I). Jacobsen for the 'court hewas completely Ignorant I in the state a* well M
the signing of the treaty, Mr. Brooker bowed In the season Monday contraction of a concrete block la to the working of that form of this city' proximity to the keys,
Hernandez laid. Thus, he pointed night Nothing In the way of building on Krome avenue east of ambling.[ : I at once attracted attention of engineers
out, the unemployment; situation In marker was don by either team N. E, Fifth street, to cost 3000. "After my trial I just tort of got and promoter of the project -
the United State has been made until the fourth inning when two The structure will house the electrical interested In halite and thought and tentative negotiation
less acute and the standard of living Perrlne men succeeded in crossing appliance room and service maybe I could learn something Itt have been underway for furnishingthe
la Cub 1* bettered. borne plate. Brooker obtained the department Of the Homestead Electrical [ got myself some piece" Walker water from the municipal
Cuba, Mr Hemandex said hat lone score when Neat the catcher, Shop. 'xplained. utilities plant here
lowered its tariff to 400 American arrived home In the sixth. Lester DJtter wa granted a permit ,
product: while the United States During the Home-South Miami for a concrete block residenceIn
hat given Cuba concession: on 27 fame more action wa furnished Boulevard Addition, to cost Submarine Disasters May be Caused .
Continued Two $1,800; George Watson obtained a II
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permit to erect a concrete homeon By Trivial Things, Lions Speaker Says
Flagler avenue near Fifth
Dedication of Local Legion's Colors street to cost $1 00. and Mr*. r
I \ electric \light bulb crated and constructed in the tame
Emma L. Bower was granted a Failure of an
Marked by Impressive CeremoniesOld permit to erect a garage apartment to function at a critical moment manner," Mr Schneider said. "But,

"' ';. building in Barber Addition to may: have caused the linking of the of course, improvements looking
Glory received the homageof the ceremonies and love to the cost $1,200. Permit for roof repairs submarine Squalua off the New to the efficiency and safety of the
hundreds In Homestead Wed- flag the theme-thread that bound were granted to H. H. Ewing Hampshire coast with a toll of 26 boat constantly: are being added.
nesday night when new COlON of Item of the program Into an inspiring For work costing $100 on a home In lives said Frank C. Schneider Alone with the improvement
the Joha O. Salkjr Post No. 43, lesson for young and old Tatum'l RidgedaU Addition; E. M. Homestead, la a talk before the have been developed escape device
.American Legion were dedicated alike. Gann, $18' of work on a Flagler Redland District Lion pub Tuesday *. These escape mean have
with Impressive ceremonial In newly-acquired color*-the avenue building and A. T. Bower night. proven workable In test but never
Legion Park. national banner and the flag of the for work on a home In Ewing Addition Mr. Schneider, who served a* have they proves 100 per cent to
St> and district officer of the local post were borne from the costing $fOO.' electrician aboard a United States in accident because In the latter
Legion Joined local legionnaire lathe post' headquarter to the park by Councilman Frank Rue wa selected submarine In foreign water during cases condition always are different -
rites, which planted deeper In the Legion Guard of Honor, composed by the council to represent the World War supplemented 1be1'l." many avenue of
the heart of the participant ando of a band of men picked Homestead at the conference of his talk with blackboard diagram escape from a submarine, IncludIng -
spectators the love of the banner from the various district posts federal and municipal authorities, jhowing the construction and the 1 the torpedo tube and the connlng -
and the precepts for which It They 'were followed by the champion to be bold la Miami to lay the method ol operating undersea I tower but the odds are ID
,atand. drum and bugle corps from ground work for at comprel>ensiv. craft .j great against a man, reaching the 4
t, Amerka&Um was the keynote of (Continued en Foe rive) (Continued oa page nve) 'Id.r..a11'u ** an ep- (Continued m. rage, Five)

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OLIVER HOWARD I 112 Safety Patrol Boys ''I. O. O. F. REBEKAH Citriculturist Meeting to of SpeakAt Growers! CO Garland TO CAMP Wynn left CLOCDMONT yesterday for 1 j

Are Given Honor Badges Camp Cloudmont at Mentone;'

'LODGES E. W DeBusk, citrlculturlst of Ala, where he will be director of,\

DIES IN INDIANA Badges "commemoration of TO HONOR the date agricultural extension I junior athletic this IUmmer1I i:

service will discuss phases of I Archer Smith also, will be an In..
to the community" :
outstanding service
,
MEMORY OF DEAD citrus marketing at a meeting of itructor. .
WATER ACCIDENT
were received last week
j Redland District growers at the Preston, Bird Jr. will be taken
by 12 members of the safety patrol, Redland Woman's Club at 2 I to the comp Saturday by his par. "

of the Homestead High School, Homestead Lodge, No 29, Independent I ji o'clock Tuesday afternoon t tents, Mr. and Mrs. Preston B. {
Oliver Howard 60 of Lebanon '
i i who led 10.000 other youngsters In Order of Odd Fellows and C. H. Steffanl, county; agricultural Bird. Dale Faust Billy Hutchinson -
Jnd.. a winter visitor In Home.w.dfor |''a In Washington Liberty Lodge No. 46, Order of agent, will introduce Mr and Wayne Lawrence will go J
national
drowned safety parade -
the past two yean, was -
!Rebekahe, will hold Joint memorial -I!DeBusk to the growers. I there by train Tuesday
while on a fishing trip near his:' D. C. three weeks ago. services for the dead of the 4
home Tuesday, according to word !
The badges were authorized by two organizations Sunday afternoon -
sent by his wife, Mrs. Minnie Howard I F'p
the American Automobile Association I In Palm Cemetery at Na-
to friends here.
I and were sent the boys by |ranja. The services' will start at
Mr. and Mrs. Howard and their I
W. W. Biglow of the 13:30 o'clock and invitation to
manager : an
granddaughter, Miss Barbara I Florida Motor Club Patrolman' attend has been extended the
Burke, lived on N. W. Fourth street
!games I. Coker who took the patrol public.
near First avenue during their
sojourn In Homestead. Miss Burke to Washington, delivered the The climax of the services will (] i

was a; student of the Homestead badges to the boys: Harry Pierce, be the placing of roses on a crossas SALE"f
J. T. Godwin Freddie Fuchs, Carl-
I High School the past two years the names of the dead members
ton Sweet, Bruce Scott, Eldred
1 and was graduated with the 1(39rlass. are read by officials of the orders.
They left for Lebanon the Gilmer, T G. Rayburn, Billie 1 W. Y. Bush, noble grand of the

day following commencement. Jacobs, Hilton Sasnett, Walter Odd Fellows, will place white

Mr. Howard was a retired stoneMork Brannan, Owen Goodlng and roses for the men and Dr. Irene

contractor. Besides hit wife Harry Bishop. Shankllit, noble grand o( the. Re. .....

and Mix Burke, he Is survived by bekahs will place red roses for ,

a daughter and son. Funeral Baptist Vacation School the women. : :.:
services were planned for today at Classes Start Monday The services will-be opened by Coats Blouses

Lebanon c. P. Grlnold, general chairman of .

I the committee on arrangements, i
The annual vacation Bible school
_who will give a short talk.. C. M. 1st ITEM 7fC : \
of the First Baptist Church of u. :
Bart w will read the proclamation
DIAMOND BALL
Homestead will start Monday and of thi grand sire and Mr. Bush : fi
will continue dally through June will read the proclamation of the 2nd ITEM .. .OIc f fOTII..80.c
23, It was announced by D. R.
(Continued From Pan One grand master H. B. Beattie, grand
dean of the
Snyder, school
and the fans representative if the southern I.r
waxed more interested i
Courses
and other pJa _for the
lodge also will short talk. ,
In the goings-on out In front. sessions will be arranged ..the give a
The last frame of the game had Taps, played by Oscar Witt, will

the spectators on their feet most first The meeting.school will be held five I I lend the services $I SHARKSKIN, WHITE FLANNEL $ ... '" !

cf the time.: Horne garnered five I Members of the arrangements
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AND SEERSUCKER SKIRTS
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mornings a. week from B:39"to
runs at their last trip to the bat '-committee are: Mr. and Mrs. R.
making their total score 9. South 11:30 o'clock. Commencement: ;tt'- G. Moon, Jo1.... Marjorie Beattie,
arches will be held the of
Miami players took their turn and night Mrs. Blanche Chapman, C. :
June 23. A picnic is planned for Paymus pay'sat
they too added five more markersto Barrow and Mr. Grlnold.
June 24. = 1
the five they already had col. V 101.1
Jetted. In addition to Bible Instruction;
A
Presbyterian :Minister
handicraft will 2l-t N. MIAMI AYE MIAMI. FLA.
be taught the
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younger .students. of the school Assumes Pastorate Here
B_, ..III1RPOAIt JI 4
Mr.
Snyder wit bftJUlli.ted by the
re .. -.4: i : : : Rev. J. E. Johhslene;pastor of the! The Rev. George R. Ricks recent I' !
FWId, I I a I church. iWi'Vann U* graduate of the Union Presbyterian -
>>.""" .... If .. a aw 1 U3M ; general J

: I:; : e : : 1 1it. Miss secretarS Evelyn Copper'abd her. assistant Is I Va, arrived Seminary I week" ago Richmond to assume, n &TALRN"

: ='i':. If.1t. : : : : : I the pastorate of the First Presby

..Martin.. -.: s 1 Car Servidlg'Course Jcerian Church.
I
I A native of Concord. N. C., Mr. Xv mvxsv
'-........_ ;.,.. 4 .1 4 faw1l..l Is Takfn by Kissam Ricks received his early schoolingI
.,,,rL1.LM4N M It11 erne.fAK
Ae a6RPO A IE I liD that city and his high school Lon,ML.LM..ae.l. .ad.rd..IM..
::: : I : : KJttaitfVbf the Texaco'OneStop education in Durham, N. C. He
". s .. ::.. : p..ebit{w f1.rN.Mw.liw-P. O.C..
I 1 t e l I rlk"Statlon, North received his degree of bacehlor of
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T. c.kR. I Krome avenusfsnd Fourth street, divinity from the seminary and _
('_....a, at. 1 HOTEL STAI'fONPl.Sr
REDLAND
4 has completed 'a threeda1.car his bachelor of arts degree at'
RR-.at. r. ..._. I I a 1 I servicing course. ;-conducted by the Duke University In 1038.I Aad Mowry go. PitH
W.bb..4 ._.. 1 e II .
": Texaco company., The school was'I During the summer of 1337, Mr. fro-III
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c. .. = _.. ae, tf MOTOR 1NESera.
.. company who gave detailed instruction Presbyterian :..uch at Plant City.N. .
'-11.. _..___ii it In lubrication
proper and C., end last summer at the
its b, ,ool"M I I' a a T general car servicing, which.the Presbyterian church at Athboro,

:"MI. oI '..::':"-:: .: f I : o s e s public has been taught to expect N. C.Mr.
i from service station attendants.I I I ..
Twab.o bas nrtntt. .. y...... FloW,,The training gives the attendant I Rick's mother. Mrs. John A.//I
-raw"tows PLY L 11. ,, Ricks of N. C.
tin i- Greenville willj
A_... M/Mtat.' MWrat. ._,=,:complete knowledge ofh.. new the UIR THE OVERSEllS HIGHLURU
join him soon at manse.
km .0 M'. ttt SlnwM II. P..e.ek of I
requirements
.1, nnick .... tel SlrawM 1. I'k .. "I new cars. I

=_ __ Aa a IR PO A It Rector Plans to Attend
A e a i a lLltttI.
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FORGET CLAIMS AND COUNTERCLAIMS '
_.. Military Training: Camp 9 9yr
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&. (-.I I a aM. The Rev. R. F. Blackford, rector .1 yr
Triru.oI _. j '
of St John's Episcopal Church,will
M.erq r I 1 a I I .
I k. Mom, X '._ I S s att.ndhe Citizens Military Training

M.rlto.* a.--.1.. : s s. .e s. i. eAS Camp to be held for one month,

''' ... starting Monday at Fort Screven, LET A RIDE
Tad.- ___ i" T ii t near Savannah Ga. .j

.-- R BH PO A IE Mr. Blackford holds the rank
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a .LI st.. .... S a i 1 4 i i,reserve corps and serves as chap

*, c._ _.. I. s. lain. He is state chaplain of the

.,'"i. : : : : : : reserve corps and chaplain of John \
I..... rfKlMrA. a 0 . O Salley Post, No. 43, American \ :

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rf I I. During Mr. Blackford's absence
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; services at the church will be In

t---... IS -1 -t ft "S -SM charge of George Wakefield and ,

;, kr 1..1... I S I S S 1 J. E. Gauzens, Jr., lay members of',

1 FWTUW_.. -._.--... .0.. .. |. 0 e S 1 tVW the congregation. j i X, I /Sw* > Put a Pontiac You will and that Pon
Mr. and Mrs. Blackford will 4 through its poeoa tine outperforms cam

.UM kiwi...B C.1.PWU. B. ..u..... leave on a vacation trip after the 1! ... up UUs.. around far beyond Its .-,
T TkoM.: Ur li..i bib 0 lloaU..... +
UM _I'", M C..,. j. r... s. camp period.Homtstead's. I curves a. a through and shows up cheap 1
1.-b .a' a. Cavw a. Farm s. traffic cars for what they ar*! Sstretch"
over tough
IHaa 4, big off I ('a_ I t. 4 ...1.... .tt .a
Ftba a lea "'al_. Kb.e .1.....'. caw a.. and then Forget claims aad,

Oldest lot It spin down the copoaroML .u.a..I.I..... L". 'I y
International sRtalli
Meeting Barber
Shop ride decidslaovoaa
Attracts Local 'Rotes
sass.err minor mow" r M war tor r w t..wtr song'rr

George Frkk. James Wollam De L. BOWENNew \
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WrvW PoOt"
AND Vf.
and B. M. Hindman members of i Wwaa'r asCia II...",. state and'".l two i J'

the Homestead Rotary Club, will I i 758 := =ear*.'frx n.rnI.".-||
leave Thursday for Clevelandwhere la sew quarters' three eaa cwt Ie tIt_wteh.w ww..w.on.a
they will attend the doers sooth of the FlntNaUo..1 mom- wt t.o NM

International Rotary n annual Bank 1
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COOL AND 'SANTTAKTExaerl saw

CIltlMINQ GLUT IIOC8C : and ee rtee.a aervlee. TOUT beM PoNTIAC!

A trial will be appreelatc4. ea a
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.' Mess W. A. SCOTT t I Preston B. Bird Motor Company

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"' Friday. June 9,1939 ff. *'TrtEtEADERENTERPRISE Pa Three
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Church Sunday because the pas was tent II official delegate of
Miss Hoerty'to'Get'-
Coach Bleler to Attend
2 CONTESTS WONBYLOCALF.F.A. : tor,, the Rev J. 1. Richards,, has the church.
I I M. A. Degree June 10 L. I. U. Coaching School: gone to Tampa to attend the I The Rev. and Mrs Geo. E Deuel I
Methodist conference which Is in and the Rev. and Mrs C. G. Nel- I
Miss Eleanor Holferty will receive Coach Theo J. Bleler win attend session there. Mrs. J. E. Davis son left for the conference .... i
her M A. degree on June 10 ,, ,
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AT AREA MEET',from the Medill School of Journal-coaching
'tarn of Northwestern University at I'',,basketball technique under Clair I
I Evanston, 111. I F. Bee national Intercollegiate
Members of Homestead Chapter, I' She has been Invited by the I basketball authority '
Future Farmers of America, won faculty to teach In the summer I Both Mr. and Mrs. Bleler will'I
first place in the parliamentary ,school of the MedlU National Institute I take graduate work In Peabody 'ARLOG"lia
procedure and the quartette con- : for High School Journalism College in Nashville this summer I
teats at the district meeting of ,:At the close of the, Institute she I I Mrs. Elder will take work 1111 a
future farmers held Monday at Ft ''will visit relatives In New York library science and Mr. Elder will'
Lauderdale. I city and see the worlds fair. I work toward his MA. degree BRANDThe
The winning ringers were Kenneth I Mrs. Bleler will visit In Phlladel-
Glenn J. T. Godwin, James I Park during June.Miss coaching school. I Label That DesignatesAMERICA'S
Sullivan and William Ballero I Jane Gatlln and Miss Irene phla ,while Mr Elder Is at the!
They competed against Stuart Jackson will attend the confer .Mrs. lola Chalker and Mrs. Orris
representatives I ence of the state jynod which will {Kelly of Kendall, and Miss Annie, FINEST t
Those who won tint place for',start Tuesday and continue ,King of Jacksonville; and two
the, local chapter In the parliamentary :I I through June 30 Miss Ida Jean ,I brothers, R. L. King of Fort Pierce I
procedure contest were ,''Irwln and Miss Athter Kemp wlU and Kyle King of Atltnta I AVOCADOS, PERSIAN LIMES: 1
Virgil Bailey Charles Manger ':attend the sessions of St. John'sPresbytery '
Harry Bowen Glenn, Godwin and which will be held : PASTORS ATTEND I HADEN MANGOS 1.1
Sullivan. I I I from June 22 to June 30. The CONFERENCE ,
The Homestead chapter also had delegates will reside at the Highland I No preaching services will be I II
entries horseshoe pitching dlamondball I: Lakes Hotel held. In the Homestead Methodist _
and public speaking con 1 !
test but failed to reach. winning SEE THE GENERAL MOTORS EXHIBITS AT THE NEW YORK AND SAN FRANCISCO FAIRS i
positions
By reason of the two I W It
the chapter Is eligible to

In convention.similar contents which will at vlctorle'j l i

luna :20 to 23 at Gainesville,
, The Homestead chapter will I
I sponsor a swimming meet Tuesday Who
Wants he
night In the municipal pool for\ to Lazy I
, chapters from Ft Lauderdale
I Redland, Stuart and two from:

I I Miami.The events will Include the 40- with 'THIS one Around? I..

yard dash, 80-yard dash, :20-yard .
back stroke and 180-yard relay I Ioj
I i and underwater tests for speed
, and endurance. Prizes will be 1
\ awarded winners of the water 1 1r !
. events. ,
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Holding Will Attend !

School of Red Cross

Sparkman -Holding:; assistant|
scoutmaster of the Homestead ,
troop of Boy Scouts, left today to i I
attend the national aquatic school J
of .the American Red Cross at.Brevard .
.' NT .- The school will
start Sunday and will continue'' JI
through June 21. i
The aquatic school Is one of IT r,a i d / in l/lllll'lb'rN/ I
Of its kind In the United States I r
and offers courses la life saving
and water safety first aid and
accident prevention, water front
leadership I camp and pool management I I
boating and surfboating and :

advanced swimming ''I ''M" . .. t
Mr. "
Holdings for
_
money expenses .
AND II
totaling |30 was donated \
deft vend it
by the Redland District Chahm-
I ,
1Md ;
ber of Commerce the Homestead ,
Club $ Stn nerd html lf.t
city Rotary council and the Homestead I The mt/,Ulutrtui she BM SHOAL model II 894 {if.'I"i"/-
II I fwr,lnr paring nJn t99d Inhered a tint,Muk.' mat and*tt inmiltr -
*. fntti nlrjitl It
4 Local
Presbyterians rhea wirbaat wh"Mas
To Attend ConferenceFour I SUMMER'S COMINGI! Warm sun deep shade- ,"
bees long, lazy days inviting you to
of the younger members: of
take it I
the. First easy
Presbyterian Church will |
412 inches make
square more space to your
attend conference the to Florida be held Presbyterian at Avon Gonna fall for that? Well, maybe if that car In outlook easier.
your driveway Is just a run-of-mine job. But suppose
It's a Quick-then whatP Yes, you'll pilot a carriage that's staunch and mug

and firm beneath you yet every nudge of.your
Then, food sir, you're in for an active lummer. A treadle foot gives !nitantquck! action that'll bringa

summer of going places, seeing lights-and having grin of deep delight.
some honest-to-goodneis

This far-ranging beauty is not only the car of the
You'll boss around a brilliant Dynaflash straight
for but the value of the It's
year performance, year.
eight engine u thrilling to handle as a flyrod.
priced lower than a year ago lower than you'd
You'll go exploring: over the. little-traveled back think to see St lower even than some sixes
trails-and loft springs of coiled steel will cradle
every jolt and jar.You'll look out to the far horizons And when you check all of the standard items that

through windowsONLY you're asked extra for elsewhere, you find that

Concrete Blocks. SUICK HAl jTj This .fi.wider I and bigger Buick costs less in the end even than some cars
direction ugul thai flulwi warning*
-there' a. much with lover advertised pricesl I
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better !! ?
give for Concrete you the Blocks satisfaction: They of buy '

lasting qualities combined I eaueiAt MCTOW YAM
with beauty Then are many
uses for Concrete Blocks In I
your building plant. Ask for I
details Preston B. Bird Motor CompanySo.



t Naranja Rock Co. Krome Are. Phone 18 Homestead, Florida. :

Phone 13JKaranJa .

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W& tI DMo C"W 11M 4 -"Mr. Lee and ion, Otis, are ill -
with meaile Little Erwin has ''

recovered." ?

A Bride SpeaksIt -"Mn. C. C. Patton, daughter,

Ethel and son Frank, left last
h." given me more Joy week for Georgia." i

Than any work has ever done; -"Mr. Ennl hat recovered from .

To keep my little new house clean. OggIV his recent operation "'bich...* .,>0,

the performed In a Miami hospital" .
To open windows to tun
{ -"Roy Flora will move his family "
air the bed,
To fluff the plllowi, week.
to Peter this

To sweep my bright-tiled kitchen O,..P A.4 1A4Z. 4'144 efAAVFtyluI ANN -"Mil* tula Ray 1* preparing to '

floor, ass e t c 1w/i,1rd yt7N rurair I4A'Adif af4 AA 4099=9 lo to Oalnesvllla to take a summer ;.

To place my dishes on their shelves, O. arrsragto 4 MiD L/ff Fca4rAe nvdU tFa7Q4K school cour**." .
"An 11-pound boy arrived
To answer knocking at my door, on
Tuesday morning about 7:30 at the ,;
To meet my neighbor, and to learn home of Neely Chamber at

from older, wiser one than I, Princeton.. >-
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(, The Ingle skill of baking bread, M iw.'T=9ne., '''F:4'7r': '','.",'"' "Fred Mowry and Cryital Kutch '
The deft sure way Of making pi*. were married on May 22 at West
I :I Wi Palm Beach. The young couple '

I like my bowl, my gleaming pin, will live In HomesUad."

'.1 1rCI .. .' r -"Dori* Meyer and Harry Muller "
I like my blue and yellow crock, s .' .c says 1.1
r 4444 ,. marine married about
'. a were a
And I am proud ai I can be .t :
.'''.0 26"i week ago In Miami. MIi Meyer '
,
Of my new flowered gay print 1. :..--_ $ u. I was a teacher at the marine ita-

frock .. !.... ./A. Gf.rrO, tlon In Miami. Mr*. Muller I Ia now

i I set my table, stir my fire, .. 'A.u.'I'I.rHm"MrUJI in Tampa and Mr. Muller In New
"
light a lamp when day grow dim, I ... .. v Orlean
,,. .WAPtC tv1TN 'NbN .teeLwD !T/6 'Mr. and Mr*. Ceo. Campbellwho
I
; I cook the evening meal, and then
have been In Pahoke for
R"/a.4 .t'sr; AmfIKS ;t1ttWK:: UN6m eFJ8 FEET 11' i a
: On tiptoe, hcartglad, wait for Him Ms A sx/v# MWfs TV/CM A ttwnv,rift J *VG'TO \1 few week returned home on Sat
; "
; Qrece Noll Crowell S jMf NUl M 4'J $SiftJ& $faVft Jg.' 6 f&fnFjamtf / urday."

I y4r, 1.$ KJI'lnI, NA.QN; $' .' .. .... 'Mr*. J D. Redd and niece, s
-. Thelma Redd, will' leave shortlyfor

j The Story of San Ysidro Carolina.a visit" to relative In South t


t Cherished among the many teg' IN11,111,11,11,1111111"11,11,1,111 ,of a big builnes Then what will MNMMNNNIN"NNINNNNNNINNNNINNI/IIINNNII". -"Lorella and Dealt McCullough ,

i end of the 8panlih>American CURRENT the men do Oh wash dishes, Children in CourtBy entertained a number of friend at '

people of New Mexico 1* the story II clean up the house and maybe doth their home Saturday evening"

\ of 8111y.ldro. COMMENT family washing or get a dog ladg Malcolm HatfieldMMINNNNININNNN."NMMNNNN."N1,1M"INNwx"M "Chai. 'T. Fuchs Jr, has purchased -

It seems that Ban Yildro wi I and a gun and revert to the state from Chas Kllllnger the_ SO

plowing his garden one spring By AGNBW WELSH, Miami I rot our savage population: they feet louth of the barber hop, between -
SYMPTOMToo
I when an angel speared and dat'j can't 'tend the baby because these WHY PUNISH the Taylor store and the

( to him "The Lord want to During my 6) years I hive had I will be both inconvenient and out many parent punish symptom ihop. It I* rumored that a double .

I you, Yildro. Come with me." contact with three,tin* rural communities of .tyl. Then what Your guess such a* wool-gathering and building will be erected on the
I I It a* good a* mine. lailneis instead of attempting to site this summer," .
Ysldro plowed on. "I can't go two ol,them outstanding
discover the fundamental causes -"Quite number of ladle attended ;
e e a
e
t now, he answered. You tell the:one, and the HMueitead region be I .
behind.them. Thl I II a* unreasonable
An analysis of the tourist actlvt a miscellaneousshower
Lord that I'm late In getting my longs to the latpertplass. It la In I
: 1 UM of IMR-Hf by the St. Petel'J.Chamber a* whipping a girt becauseshe given by Mn. George Campbell '
corn planted and that 111 see Him the maIn populated, by a high I -
burg of Commerce shows bas the measles. for her ilater-ln-law, Mr*. Fred
t later when I've finished type of cltlinry-m0n of Integrity ,
I
MM tourists registered la the Judge realize that delinquency Mowry, on Thursday ."
s of (tear Mtsen"ot unselfish
The nodded
angel and
dl..p.t frequently starts when parent resort -"Mra.
"Sunahln Clt,. Of these over C. D. Latterner and family
purpoie alwayi willing to lend a
t peared. I' helping hand to the deeervtng In t4 per cent came bygutornobile.Rail to Improper emotional trainIng will move this week into the Flor. ,
Soon another hovered
messenger their fight \ulWal8'IA'onwaad.They travel dropped off 28 percent and give their children the'wrong Ida City House, and will run the ,
I bout San Yildro' plow "The the from the previous year It kind of assignments and du, hotel for the lummer." (Florida
to
are a people alive
Lord want to let you right now, : ties. A personality Improperly i
great Influence of the schools, was the tint visit for 4$ per cent City) |
he ald. "And If you don't comet trained usually get Into mischief. -"Mrs. J. H. Simmons to
expect
churches and civic bodies a of them and 11 states contributedmore
;
once, the Lord. says He'll tend If an Ill-trained child can be persuaded start for her '
home In- Keyier W.
than 1,000 each, the ranking ,
who desire
pie to build I fine
I hot Winds and drought to wither p.o.j to become Interested Income Va ."
corn" II IIt munlty in which It I II wee and order Of there being Mew York, about Tuesday (Florida
your
worth.whl1eundlrtaklna. h* '
ilrabl to live. Pennsylvania Ohio| Michigan City)
I Yildro pause only long enoughto e e 1 Massachusetts, Illinol and, Indians will usually work at It with all his -"Dr. S. S. Shield, Mr.*. Shield .:.

I wipe the sweet from his brow. I though Canada not more ilncerity. and ion, Stuart, will tart early 1,'
1 "I've had hot Wind and droughts A well-known principle In natural than did Indiana. Every Ute of The treat majority) of all parents next week on a motor trip through ,
before, and they don't bother philosophy li that nature abhor whose children are broughtInto ....
me, the .union was represented Florida (Florida City).
.! he wld. "I can carry water from a Vacuum and hastily fill It. I' e court usually have the beet \,

the river. Tell the Lord I Mitt A report by Alexander Orr Jr., of Intention in the world, but, ironically June 5, 1515'Sydney

come how. but Will ae. Him WhenI the Miami city commission, leads An "oldjlmer" says the drouth enough, they are unable to -.-' Lee. ion of Preston Lee '
Which I I. have
It
through hailed we
:to the concluilon that our underground
I have my com planted"Battled passed wa the moat severeaince. execute them. Barely day passe felt this week and broke his arm." "
that angel, toe> Van fresh water supply U a that of 1871-When the first Spring without some *f these parents" *p* -"Ivan Moaer, who has been geeIng .
stored rather than
ished.A one constantly
In court. unable
peering They ire
to achool at Calneivlll 1* "I
rain did not come until mid-July. ,
few moment later a third replenished one by pressure from, to realize that their own act have home on his vacation." .
angel larger and sterner 'higher altitude This concluilon [ *' caused their children tot become
than the "Robert Hobson I* visiting his I :
a forced by Mr. Orr't report that If the IXlMlrlmlnta- of a formerNew .,
other two tapped Yildro on the delinquent. Instead of accusing parents Wilt of town. He hit just
the salt water from the ocean it York state man mean ant*
shoulder "The Lord doein't Ilk themselves for the lack of trainingand returned from France."
gradually making briny the Miami thing and he declare they do, .'1'
your attitude. the heavenly cour. understanding whlcl!) they -"Mr*. Lucy Jordan held a very .
water iupply-nature rushing tei there I* the possibility of a valuable -
ler Mid "He My it you don't have failed to give their children enjoyable recital at Princeton last ;
fill void. If the vast of, addition to Florida' <.
a system
money
come with me right now He'll tend they Attempt to blame everyone Thursday evening ." I 1 "
subterranean streams that furnish crop in growing flax. He says it '
a plague of locusts to devour else for their shortcoming After
your Although Friday wa a poor ,
our fresh water I* supplied by1: will thrive on our soils. It has a ,, ,,
corn from the top and a the court psychiatrist out
.a. plague of point day, a* tar a* the weather was
Lake/ Okeechobee the damage the double value-producing wed from .
cut worm to eat Its rooti. the errors they have made, theyno concerned the delightfulat
day
"That crow-cut anal might. have done which linseed oil I* mad, and the was
doein't frighten longer to be bewildered
me. in- appear utterly the Miami Beach for thoM who
cowered Yildro, his ,la lessened but U It come from far stalks yield the fibre from which and consequently ab-
turning plow are ventured on the M. E, South picnic.
up-itate It might be a menace. linen I* made but the grower mUll
and
starting back. "I've had le to cope with the hidden Influences The famllle represented were: .
More thai a year ago this writer decide which I Ie the more profitable
plague before and with fire which their children
ind ..are causing J. U. Free Simmons, Joe Burton, .J
advocated converting the Miami :a* the fibre crop must be cut before -
!
and
hoeing hard work I've laved to act In an ntl-oclal man J. D Redd, Andrew, Cooper,
my corn. You tell the Lord I'll ,canal Into an aqueduct for Mlaml'i the Med crop U ripened. nero These parent, who formerly Bourn and Murphy."

see Him tomorrow"And ,I water supply The plan would be e e e endeavored to shield the short ...."Ralph Edward and family Will .

\ to the third angel flew feasible and economical And A poet system well worked I* coming of a child, now act on the leave next week for Crystal River, ,

Sun Yildro had plowed ..w.1 Homestead may some day be con better than the finest system- recommendations of the pstchla-\ Fla. for a two month tay." I a

furrows before the fourth fronted with the lam problem loosely operated. triaL Father and mother finally -"MI' and Mr*. Henry Carter of

I ger glided to earth. I e e e realise that the court I It their friend Redland will leave on Saturday.for

"The Lord Itn't going to argue The average coat of taking III Wonder It some labor,, Union and that they can achieve the d*. I trip to Hew York, Wisconsin

f any more" the angel announced, I hip through' the 44-mile Panama member are not debating In their slrtd remit by working 0 U '. and Nebraska ." '

i' flapping his wing hard to keep' canal: la 4000. At that rate Itwould own mind which i* the lesser of -"M. Q. Simmons, wife and

up With. the itubbom plowman. coat about $10,000 to take two evil, the "nl talU of tndua- It reminded one Of those land crab daughter left on Sunday for a

"He limply laid that u you don't i a ship through the lOJ-mll Floe ttJor the generalissimos of pilgrimage. visit to Loulalana."

come with me right away He'll Ida ship canal U and when built unionism? e e "Bonnie Cave 1 II advertising

end you a bad neighbor." That would buy a lot of Coal to Seasonable sarcastic simile A* his household good for sale

Instantly San Ytldro topped big .take ships around Cape Sable. A Miami couple. Journeying ,welcome a* melon time to the garb preparatory to moving to California

mule and wrapped the reins I e e northward about mid-May encountered age man. which he says he win give

around the plow handle. For the I Another change that loom In I near Daytona a migration e e 1 try out for a ;year and If he like

first time there was fear In his the near future I la th* probable of white butterflies, "plough- It Russia Joins the European political It, will make It his permanent

" 'ye* I taking over very largely of commercial -Ing through them for miles," ai compact her'voting nearly horn* ."

"A bad neighbor! he ahouted business by women who[they put It. The native told them eight billion to strengthen her navy i--"Mr. and Mr*. Houwr and Roy

"No not 1 cart stand hot wind I rare already strongly\ intrenched In I(i the insect came from Africa. I I will In no wise contribute to Hit- I moved to Miami for the dimmer

and drought, locust and cut- 'many line of business, including recall that some three or four yean ler's peace of mind. To accomplish on Monday when Roy will enter

worm-I can stand anything butS manufacturing I line*. The bread- !!ago such a fluttering max pasted the league England will haveto !the Pan-American College and

. a bad neighbor f II go with you I winners* of the future will be'I'through' Miami moving outhwfrd do a tot of aee-h.wlnalId 'take up a business COUrM." (Florida

w. right now."-Rotarlan Magazine. !women declares the Atlanta head over a period of most than a day. maybe; some he-hawing. City.



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SUBMARINEContinued OUR FELLOW DRIVERS B, NUi charge William of Green the dedication.of )Miami had COUNCILContinued

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The two flap carried by Lawrence
( from Page On) :
Pope and J. E. Coalman and ( from Page One) '
surface of the water safely that flanked by the guard were broughtto water survey fit the southeastern
official have determined It to beat the platform where they werepresented norkU art*. .
to await rescue rather than to attempt to the post by Mr Green. The suggestion .f Councilman
to They were accepted by William JCeroolmo W. R. Bint that the city take step I
escape A adjutant of the post to clean lip vacant lots in Jfome-
"Several account of the Squalus and a member of the Guard of stead was taken under consideration -
aid the craft wu sunk by water Honor.Old : by the council Mr. Bird
which poured Into It by way of an I Glory symbolized the pointed out that a number ef lots
unclosed forward hatch," continued Writ of unity, loyalty, liberty have become rat Infested because t tof i
and democracy declared Richard
condition
: the unsanitary
Mr. Schneider. "On a submarine -
Evan" past national chaplain of
I The council voted to allow Patrolman
there It a man stationed atvery Forty and Eight, who made the I Bowling Dye a four
hatch when the craft to principal address for the occasion,months Wave with two week pay, :
under way. When the craft if "It I of vital Importance
during J and Patrolman James L Coker a \
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ready to dive an election lint near /
these troubled times that we, asa month'f vacation with two weeks I
the man at the hatch ll flashed It nation, stand solidly behind this I pay
I* poslble that the electric lightat flag and maintain with all our I Ihearts
the Squalus forward hatch had As I I I
and soul the principles for
burned out when the submarine which it stands," Mr. Evans said Long Illness Is Fatal
dived, therefore giving no Ignal "There are outside forces that For Princeton Lawyer :
\o secure the hatch cover)' f would tear us apart, as is being I
(
Submarines seldom navigate be- cl
ii done in other countries when
11 Funeral services for James Lawrence )
low 200 feet; became of the waterpressure hatred, bitterness and
suspicionfill J,
King, Br, of Princeton, attorney -
and at that
even depth the minds the
of people. I' J
undersea craft sometime contractas and World War veteran,
YI YIThewlan "The privilege of free that' ( *
much as two and a half feet, men ;who died Wednesday of last week <
Mr. Schneider said. we cherish and enjoy would not I at the Kendall hospital, alter along I
Mr. Schneider's submarine service have been possible were It not forthe I illness, was held at 2 30 I
loyalty men haw shown this the
o'clock Saturday afternoon at
in foreign waters took him to
. banner. Countless men have died Turner Funeral Home. Burial) was
the Irish Sea in the vlclnty of the I
spot where the British submarine ;..._ I for the flog because they believed I I in the city cemetery. Miami.
in the Ideal that have made thisnotion Mr. King was a native e) MIl-
Thetis sank with loss of 99 lives
a I .
The "grave" of the Thttls Is on an 1er.Ir..... the greatest on the glob I'ledgevllle, Ga. He Is survived by
If these Ideal Were worth men's his wife, Mr*. Viola King; a son,
ocean swift and floor treacherous over which tides unusually travel !' /. were oft i .......111I. highway In heavy traffic, aced die Jope II lives, then It la our duty to honor i James L. King, Jr, three sisters" 1

and the surface of the ocean generally thought I'd M him paw MEI"it and uphold them and protect them!I'j I
of .
against the.encroachment outside
is rough, he said It would -I God-given light of democracy '
have been useless work to attemptto still remained in the torpedo 'Isms."The I Harry Schaefer, past national
rescue the men by cutting tube. "We sailors certainly knew DEDICATION '" youth of today must be ai''commander of the Jewish War :5'I
hole through the aft end which what fright was during those brave as the youth of yesterday Veteran, told of the part the Jew
protruded for a time above water, awful minutes below water with (Continued from Page One) Boys and girl must be taught the 'played In the World War and his
because to reach the entombedmen TNT in danger of exploding any Harvey Seeds Post in Miami, behind true meaning democracy They'present day effort to keep Americanism .
in all probability In the forward minute," Mr. Schneider said "But which marched the local must be show that under this old pure and unsullied.
end, would mean cutting the flames were extinguished before legionnaires and their guests The flag tore is?* place for the Ier.i: J K. Williams of Miami, judge
through at least four bulkheads, there was a blast that certainly engine of the Miami volture of I roe and 'slavery that la gripping advocate of the Florida district,
aid he. would have killed everyone the Society of Forty and Eight, 'other itatldrfe,.,, ; that there I II and congratulated the Homestead port ,
Mr. Schneider, himself, was in aboard. with Its cannon banging and bell never will be restriction that for its rapid development and accomplishments /r
four submarine accidents, none of E. L. Rockwood of Gainesville, clanging, brought up the rear. cripple Jlvefjand minds" I In its area
which resulted in loss Of life Once, who is writing a book, The History The drum and bugle corps rendered 'In' dedicating these colors we| Other official present were
h. said, he was aboard a submarine of Llonlsm In Florida," discussed several selections, including"To are rededlcatttig ourselves to love;James Barney, commander of Mar
that became stuck to the bottom till publication and gave an the Colors followed bye 4 of countryresvd freedom,* said vey Seed Post Miami; Oscar Fair
of the Irish Sea several hour inspirational talk oft' the prayer by the Rev R F Blade- Brack CaWtrMV;' Ft Lauderdale,'cloth district committeeman! ; Mrs.
before rescue boats pulled it off plishment of Lion chibe ford, chaplain of the Homestead district commander of the Lelon.1|Pearl Vetter Miami,commander of I
Another time a torpedo, with ill Musical entertainment accom.1 poet Mayor Tom Harris gave an "The color -sUnd for everything Polnatttia Pot, Legion; and Mr*.
heavy load of TNT and other high nished by Mr*. Walter address of welcome that I II good'and pure and we must!I Adele Kendrick, past commanderof
explosive, burst into flame while pianist, and Roy Nelson, \ The Guard of Honor, headed by keep them1'waving' proudly the) Poinsettia post.

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Demand for Acreage Causing -






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; You will never regret it if you buy two acres in HOME ACRES. Make a survey of any

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town i Florida. and you will find that the north and east sides grow first.

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IT IS BETTER TO BE SAFE THAN SORRY



BUY HOME: ACRES TODAYHome



Acres lies east of and adjoining the city limits of Homestead, and also touches State


Road 4-A (Dixie Highway). All saleable land on' 4-A for two miles northeast of Home-


stead has changed hands within the past three years. This means that land in Home


Acres' neighborhood is moving. Buy now.BENJZIMIN .


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REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER


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I ELECTRIC SERVICE WITH SAFETY .,

Thli /In one ef ..rI.. of ertlelie prepirW ky the Inter .
The Importance of Fuse """"I _'.ton ef IlMtrltel. ii..w iors le enuur.the .
.ss safety .In u... e. eleetrtalttf' !. iMmee I
The misuse of electricity to rekponilbl It would be wit to remove them blown out "
tor a lIMn percentage oCth and Inspect the socket and the sour I For those who prefer to keep a .. s S I II' IP
annual Art loge but this percent dltloa of the f_ supply and change their own tusv
*** *aa be reduced It proper at- Fuses have a second function. B- a word of advice appropriate It 1*
tendon be given to fusing of cir Idea protecting In the MM of short very Important for the safety. of the
mti* Over-fiMluc tad tampering circuit, they protect la the case ot wining system to use reliable turn
wlUi fuses U one MUM ot electrical overload. U too. man) appliance are which will blow whenever tile safe
Ore which can easily be overcome. connected to one circuit, mor* current correct values are exceeded A* In
Tb rue U the safety valve of the will be drawn through the supply the case of the selection of flexible
electrical .,< mall link of ion ..ta1111aIch melts to carry. Overloaded wire become article, R I I. wine to take advantage
wllea' too much current passes hot sometimes to the point of Injuring of the safeguard provided by the
through It. It to been Mid that a the Iniulatlon. When circuit Underwriter Laboratories and buy
COM gives np lu life to save the cir are overloaded, the fuse, If properly fuses wWci comply with safety
suit If a abort circuit occur anywhere elected, will melt or "blow,** tan standards and which carry the
In the wiring system an ezeoMlv Laboratorle Inspection label U I Ia
current tows through the usually advisable to open the main
wire and through the fuse, and If switch before changing fuse, although -
Ida fuss operates properly, It will this will' require the resetting
melt cutting off the current before of all electric clock throughout .
say harm can be dona. If the fuse the house U fuses are replaced
fall to operate the wires may b- without opening the iwltch all appliance
com hot enough to Unit the Insu' should be disconnectedfrom
lotion, possibly causing a tn B- 31P. the circuit before the new fuse .
cause of the very important function U Inserted. .J'
that fuser have to serve. they Moat house circuit are wired I' The First Church of Christ Scientists'r'!j
should never be tampered with or either with No. II or No. It wire, 11.- .
their purpose will b* defeated. Per- the latter being the larger site and in Boston, Massachusetts
one who tall to realli the functionof having the greater current-carrying' .
the file sometime look upon its capacity aa shown la the following
"blowing" a* a nuisance, and ome tablet branch organizations were are glad to report that at no time .
time try to defeat its operation by Mir Current Proper Fun launched. Africa and Australia It !!in the history of the Christian 11
tampering-Oxlng It *o that It can file Capacity Rating/ I Science movement has the healing
Hot blow. Fuses blow became something so No. 14 IS Amperes 15 Ampere wa stated have formed ,
work been carried with
I* wrong. II the fuse U defeated for this label No. 12 20 Ampere SO Amperes organization each, whit 32 10ele-1 on greatersuccess
Leek Y
a definite baurd will exist the .ft ....... Unless some qualified person advise ties were found raising their or along broader lines than ,
Bert Um the circuit become that the circuit wire are to that ot churches during the last,I it is today"
faulty, there will be no Indication protecting the wire When a fuse larger than No. 14, fuses used 12 months In educational fields, I
that trouble ha* developed until the blow*, a wire. an extension> cord or should be marked "15 amp." te
circuit wire' become hot and the In. an appliance I* defective or there It la frequently advisable to have nine new university organizations Turner's Funeral Home
sulatlon starts to smok If this fall are too many appliance connected the circuit applying the laundry became recognized units of the
to attract attention a Are mad. at the same time on one circuit. Find and kitchen where the larger eleo- Christian Science movement.
Telop. Tampering with fuses I* like the trouble and remedy It, otherwise trlcal appliance an used wired Summarizing these distinct evidences ii-HX AMBULANCE SERVICELady
putting a clamp on the lately valve when the blown fuse 1* replaced with No. U wire protected with 10 Attendant
of a team boiler Never permit the the new one will also blowout ampere fuse More appliances or of a continued reaching out
nee Of makeshift fuses or roses ot immediately' The power com larger appliance can be connected for Truth, the Directors stated: Phone 564-R Homestead, Fla.
Improper ratings. If there I*. any pany maintain a crew of men to to such circuit without overloadingand 'We are in a position to know and
powlblllty of the fuses In your answer' service call promptly and without causing the annoyance .
house having been tampered with, restore service when fuses ban of blowing fuse. I


First Church of Christ Scientist 1 work among the nations today. Home Savings "J
I 1[One revealed that Europe, seething _
Holds Annual Meeting in Boston center of turbulent political upheaval "
: *. Is also a fertile field for P-Spced a Electric "Arctic' 8-Inch '
i -- spiritual growth Indicated in the
Boston, Mn June 8.-iThou- acknowledged In'!this same pir- 'formation of 21 new branch church FOOD. .lUIXER'ELECTRIC' FAN .rt
sands of Christian Scientist>ncet> !Itual power wa recommended for organizations abroad, 12 of them
Ing In this city June S, challenged :!the healing of t % nation and the being in England il.75 1.00 t

a troubled world to change its per- [,establishment tfA a permanent Similar progress was reported.
\
ipecltv from material to I spiritual world .* < .' /
peace
nldtJdorth: America where 21 new 15.00 Value I.Z9 Value ''I':
basis In Its search for release
I Looking beneaHJ We surface ripple
t from pressing economic: and political of troubled. 'gtyt national reiajtlonshlp : I Heavy daty s Quiet running. .'qmotor. ,
problems. I apparfbt In :the world .tocla- induction me- 4'abl.
The occasion for the great Influx today, The Christian Science Boardof I 21x1.0 tor. I-yr. guart \
of the followers of Mary Directors saw the deep-running I II \ 1I..Ie. and _te.. Costa ..
i. Baker Eddy wa the annual meeting I,current of spiritual progress ONLY '/sire .xtractor. lea a than 1eaDouble ,
of The Mother Church action per hear to J'
The "keeping alive the vital realization MONKEY
I lIealor. operata. it
i First Church of Christ Scientist, of spiritual truth which Christian
In Boston, Massachusetts, which I'(Scientists must always nurture ; JUNGLE "Challenge"; 2-SItre ,ii 1
wa rilled at an early hour right whether their work be along the tN THE U.S. ELECTRIC IRON Electric Toaster
up to the center balcony under the I specific line of healing or In the I I tf
very dome of the great edifice. Important channel connected with a" rl.rw.: It"Ier
i Through an entire afternoon home, church business and gov- ) ee JeaeM first awe Drive eselk west ofrater. 1.00 1.00 ;
1 round of addresses and report I eminent." i MOON Iaewe. -
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i from the field the power of the ,, Various reports heard during the 9leeaer. 125 Value 139 Vein
f I Christ, Truth, to lift Individual afternoon cited specific: instances of e .', i.'
fpoua"
j 1 above the Ills of human sense was I spiritual enlightenment: actively at I Ii II '- with Mlaa beatlaqm

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>., Friday, June 9, 1939 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Page :

,- Ernest P. Roberts and hit son, panied by Jlw r 1wLeCa spell. left v I { r

, Ernest E. Roberts of Miami will Tuesday See OIIILIal la, s. C, FLORIDA CITY; t
I leave Saturday to attend their where Mrs. Thomas will Join her By Mr*. W. W. Serenr
In and Around class reunions at Princeton University husband who It there playing baa

Princeton, N. J. Jimmy will go on to Florence S. Mitt Melba Sever U visiting relf : ;.

I a lives and friends In the northern ,..i,
Homestead Mrs. W. H. Cast and ton Robert, put of the state.
spent Sunday with Mrs Flora Mr. and Mrs,,fred Dewhunt announce -
Smallrldge In Miami. the birth of a son. Rollers Myer Silverman 11 now employed ''i
Edward, in Jackson Memorial hospital in Miami. .'
on June 1. '
jJtrs. W. Castloberry and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Fred Redd and Mr. and Mrs. Green Rivet and Mrs. Wm Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. '.
Sandra left Tuesday for their I daughters, Misses Annabell and daughter, Emma Jane will leave Miss Louie Long Fitzpatrick and Lonnie Creech and ion,, CharlesMorton
for Hot
Monday Springs. They
home In AshevUle. E. H. Hirer Teresa, left Monday for a trip to will be accompanied by Mrs. B. A. Mist Valera Fitch will leave Sunday Eric Brook and James ,. r tY
father of Mrs. Castlcberry, returned I the world's fair in New York and St. Louis. to attend summer school at the Goodlnf attended the commencement *
Tibbltti who will to
with them. a visit In Washington, D. c.. and go Florida State College for Women. exercises and baccalaureate
South Carolina. services of Miami High School's ;

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meybemand Miss Dorothy ROM hat at a guest senior class of which lol.... Brooks'
"Mrs. Mollie Thomas will spend the Edna Nell Richards of Homestead daughter. Mist Betty Jane Mist Merle Sheuter of Miami. granddaughter Mitt Katherine t
week-end In Wauchula. 1 I. one of the students whose left Wednesday for a visit with Newcomber, was a member
California relatives 1n Lot Angeles
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names appear on the semester
underwent
Mrs. Eva Collins
a
Mrs. Thomas Quilliam whose! hip I honors list just released by Wesleyan San Francisco and Beverly major operation In Jackson Me. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Torclse and
was broken about seven weeks family will leave Saturday for
IiI College at Macon. The semester --- morial hospital Tuesday. Her con
It now able to kit In a wheel chair Boston and New York. During
honors' list, compiled at Billy Geronimo arrived Tuesday dition It reported to be satisfactory.Tom .
much of the time. After the Injury i the end of each semester; It com from Gainesville, GaH where he is Collins, her son 1s spendinga their absence their restaurant will
she was taken to Jackson Me- posed of those students who have a cadet at Riverside Military Acad few days with friends In Miami. be closed.
morial hospital for an operationand not fallen below the equivalentof emy. -
was returned to her home a a grade of B in all subjects. Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Walkup and
Mr. and Mrs. James Mclaughlin
week later. Miss Richards spent several daysin daughter, Virginia and Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hood have as and daughter, Mist Florence
Miami last week visiting Mr. Mrs. Lester. Walkup left Wednes-
their Mr. Hood's brother
guests and Mr. and Mrs. James Eldon, all
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Flowers entertained and Mrs. Cecil Curry and Mr. and and tister-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alton day for Kentland, Ind.. for a vial .j
of Miami, were guests at the home
Sunday Mr. and Mrs.J. .
on
Mrs. Clyde Vining. with relatives.
Hood, of Commerce, Ga, who
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Quillian
H. Harrison of Miami and their
arrived Sunday.Mr. .
son Myron. Mrs. C. W. Camp was called Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Becker and
home from Chicago as Mr. Camp children spent the week-end visiting -
Mrs. W. H. Woods. accompaniedby and Mrs, Frank Irwin of Betty and Nancy Guthrie of
was taken seriously ill at the Mrs. stacker's mother, Mrs. R.
her mother Mrs. Elizabeth Ban- home of Mr. and Mr*. S. L. Minottof South Miami are visiting friends I Miami are visiting Mr. and Mrt. Mattton, at Cape Sable.
kin, who has been visiting here Coconut Grove where he was and relatives In Homestead this ,M. M. Ramsay and Mrs. E. J.
for ..verallJ\onUta, left Wednesdayfor staying during Mrs. Camp's ab week. Moore and June this week. Edw. Hrpner left Friday far
Atlanta. Mrs. Rankin will go sence. I I Mooreficld W. Va., and New York
to her home In Media, Ind.,by train Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Williams Mr. and Mrt. Joseph W. Lowe where he will visit the world's lair
from Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Thompklns I and son, Danny, left Friday to visit and children who have been visiting -
announce the birth of a seven- in Metter, Ga. Mr. Lowe's parents In Key Mrs. J. W. Miller It entertaining
Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson has as pound son in' the Post Graduate I Wilt for several weeks have returned her sister and granddaughter
guests this week her nieces, Mary hospital Tuesday Mrs Herman Thomas, accom b me. from Orlando this week.
and June Hutchinson of Coral
Gables. Mrs. Hutchinson will
leave Tuesday for Rldgemoct,
I3. C. '

Earl Smith of the U. S. navy arrived SmIanu&a1l
Sunday to visit his brother
and il ter-In-law, Mr. and Mrt.
,%
A. D. Smith. He it stationed at ,
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Long Beach.CaL

Wm. Newton left Friday for
Orangeburg S. C. : .
HOME

C. W. Camp It seriously ill at

his borne on Bauer drive. f

Jud Plche son of Mr. and Mrs. .V
T. D. Plche, broke his right arm
Wednesday while pole vaulting at

his home. Now the small home can be built right from startto
Y
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Cromartlt finish. It can be well designed. It can be well
of Chosen spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Little. Mil. constructed. It can include modern conveniences.The .

Little accompanied them home for

a visit in Chosen. small home has never been so usable-and

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davis left for livable. Home financing has never been so practical

South Carolina Sunday to spend for the moderate-income family.
the summer.
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Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reynolds and The down payment may be as low as one-tenth of
their sons, Gene and Joe. will
leave on a three-week vacation the property valuation. One loan will take care :

trip to the world's fair In New o{ the remaining cost of I new home. Repayment ;
York and to Virginia and Georgia
where they will visit relatives N is'made in monthly installments out of your income i

over ample time.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brooker, 1 Ep

Mrs. B. H.spent Edwards Saturday and Miss and MaryMcNeill Sunday v ft FOR, We will help you put through your application : '

at Cypress Lodge at Port for an F1IA loan.Brooker. ,
Mayaca on Lake Okeechobee PA ,

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mitchell of 1 1 KEEP Lumber Co. '

Shaw, Miss and their daughter fps
Miss Mary Elizabeth are expected -t0 Homestead, Fla. Phone 62
Saturday to visit their sons-in- V
s1 .
law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs.
Ivan Moser and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. tPti <1 1A
Vann of Homestead and Mr. and E 09.
Mn. V. O. Rohrer of Miami. I

Mr. and Mrs. A. E.,Sachs and '
son, Ronald, of Akron, O., are expected I
today by Mr. and Mrs. B.
If
M. Hindman whose house guests
they will be..,for week. Mr. \'
Sachs It manager of Western (
Union In Akron.
!

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lowe, Mrs. 10
G. N. Goshorn and Mrs. Sturpley, ;I 1
all of Key West went to the Post
Graduate hospital Sunday to see
Mrs. Cussle Joiner who It recuperating
from an operation per-
formed two weeks ago.
JAL

MA and Mrs. W. I. Flake returned
Tuesday front a three-week
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
,
Fogle In New Smyrna. They were
accompanied home by Mr*. Fogle t
and Mr*. G. C. Toler who will visithere

a few days. .

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II 1 1A A swoon Social Events in South Dade r M I





MISS ALICE HOBSON AND R. E.-SHERARD MRS. PAUUKE McCONNELL MISS ESTHER DONE TO BE WEDDED JULY 1 .:
i AND RAYMOND IN8CA' WEDMr
: ARE WEDDED IN BAPTIST PASTORIUM. *. Pauline McConnell and TO THEO ALEXANDER MOORE OF M1AMMr \

Raymond! Insure were married at
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t mine Alice Gertrude Hobton Sherard William Myen, and Dr. the Dade County courthouse at and Mr*. R. H. Done an- was pledged to Phi Beta, a national
: daufher Of Mr. Mid Mrs Robert I and Mrs. L S. Welnger of Miami. tea o'clock W ed1lClda111'1Omi11g. nounce the engagement of their music fraternity. The next yea
Leonard Hobson became the bride Immediately after the ceremony The bride wore a navy blue daughter, Esther Rebecca, to Theo she attended the University ol }
,
4If Robert E. Sherard son of Mr*. I the bridal pair left for a two-week t sheer dress with white lace appli- Alexander Moor of Miami. Illinois where she was a member t'
Qulnnle& Sherard, Sunday morning trip through the itate At its close qued la yoke effect Her accessories The marriage will take place on of Kappa Kappa Gamma, aecla
a t nine o'clock. The ceremony I II I'they will spend a week-end In Key were white.Immediately the first day of July. sorority
I wa performed in the pastorlum of I II !West a* guest of Mr. and Mr*. after the ceremonythe Miss Done has lived In Homesteadsince Mr. Moore was graduated from]
the Tint Baptist Church of Hometead ;',Hunter Harden who formerly lived bride and bridegroom left for her parent came here from Miami High School and attended!
; .. by the pastor, Dr. J. E. John ''in Homestead 'a wedding trip to Key West where Si. Louis three year ago. She the University of Miami and tha
ton. I The bride, though' born in Galveston they will spend their honeymoon. 'was graduated from the PrincipIa University of Illinois where be waat
The bride wa given In marriageby ha lived In Homestead Mrs. Insua 1* a native of South In St. Louis and attended Ward- a member of Kappa Sigma. Hq
her father. Only relatives witnessed practically all her life After her Carolina but ha lived In Home Belmont in Nashville, a Junior col- 1 Ia now sale manager' for a branch]
p the ceremony, graduation from Homestead High stead for the past five yean. :lege for girl, and William Woods of Florida sugar distributor
t The bride wore a two-toned School she completed a course in a Mr. Insure, who operate the i Collega in Fulton Mo., where she They will live In Miami
beauty school In Miami and I* now West Side Filling Station on Mowry
1 crushed violet ensemble, an oftr proprietor of Alice Beauty Parlor. street, 1* a native of Spain but has
the-face hat of natural straw with She I* an active member of the spent most of his life in Home- MRS. BETTY RYLE!: WEDS Bleler, Mrs Ben Archer, Mr*.
violet chin ribbon, and sandals Junior Woman Club of stead WARREN 8ERVATT Howard Johnson, Miss Elinor] +
and gloves that matched the hat In Payne, the hostess and Mr*. Geo.
.. They will reside where Mrs.
stead and ha* been 1U Mix Betty Ryle, daughter of Mr.
tint for three year Home.1 I Insua ha been living at N. W. I and Mrs, James Ryle of 8278 N. E. N. Wakefield a special guest.
Mrs. Hobson wore an qui crepe The bridegroom was Ninth street and Fifth avenue. Fifth avenue Miami. and granddaughter -
rock and white accessories Gainesville and came here from I of Mr*. B. H Edward el MISS ELIZABETH SKILL

The other present were: Mr. Valdosta fourteen year agog He MISS EVELYN: THOMAS Florida City, wa married on June GIVES BUFFET LUNCHEON
and Mr. Ansel Barrow Mr and 1* a member of the city fire de MARRIES IN WACCHULA I' 1 to Warren Stanford Servatt of Mill Elizabeth Skill was hostessto
( Mrs. Carl J. Lindgren Miss Alma partment. MiamI. The marriage service wa 'I a group of the younger set at r
Jane Lindgren, Carl Lindgren, Jr.. When Mr. and Mr*". Sherard return Miss Evelyn Ruth Thomas of performed in the Little River Baptist a buffet luncheon at the home of
I Mr. and Mr*. J. C. Hobson and they will be at home to friend Homestead. daughter of Mn Mollie Church_ by the Rev. Carl A'I her parents Mr. and M,.. Frank + ,
j daughter, Carla Joyce, Mr*. Quln- in one of the Renbar apartment Thomas, and William Kepp of Moberg. Skill, on Sunday, I
> cey Myen of Gainesville, Ernest ,on N. W. First avenue. Wauchula were married at the The bride wore a white tailored The guest included: Mill Alta
Methodist parsonage in Wauchula ensemble with white accessories' Webster, Misses Jean and Phyllis \
on June 1. Parman, Miss Geraldine RelU,
II UNIVERSITY CLUB GIVES TEA AT DONE I The bride wore a navy blue friend Only relative were present.and a few close John Whltchard. Charles Elchen- !

dread with blue and white berger, William Kopp, John Frye
HOME IN HONOR OF ITS NEW MEMBERSA accessories The bride wa born in Florida
and a corsage of gardenias. City and educated at Miami Edison and Tom Collins. t.!
Mn Kepp was born and rearedin : High School. The bridegroom I -
tea honoring the new members Done and Miss Louise Harris assisted Homestead and was graduated attended a military school. They :TO GIVE KITCHEN SHOWER" :
of the University! Club wa In-thf serving Surrounding from high school here in 1935. [will reside at Northwest Second FOR HOSPITALITY HOUSE ,
given Sunday afternoon at the the1punch 5owl were yellow After a honeymoon In Clear- court I The Homestead B. P W. C wIlT
allamnnda and "plumbago blossoms water Beach they will reside ,
In give a kitchen shower for Hospitality
home of Mia Esther: Done.
nd.xsjtow and blue lcd Wauchula where Mr Kepp has I House itpotluck dinner
Women' civic and fraternal or- cake, (flint' *-oj the lame hUll, and 'charge of the Simmons Hotel. MRS. 1111111 MAN ENTERTAINS} meeting which will honor the,. : I 1
ganisation of the Redland District nut were *$(vedPreseM Guest at the wedding were CLUB AT BRIDGE LUNCHEON prospective members on June 19

were represented, and the girt of besides those named Mr*. Kepp. mother of the bridegroom I Mrs. B. M. Rindman was hostM ,Plan for R were made Monday
the graduating classes ef Redland ere..M4.l Wolfe, Mrs\ Frank Mr*. Cruze, a sister of the at a bridge luncheon for the night s l i
and Homestead were invited Hausman,'Vr W R. Bird, Mr*. bridegroom Mrr Lamar Freeman I member of the University Clubat Mr*. Clna Stewart, the 't
Mb Done Mrs B. M. Hlndman, Julian!Ji \ Webster Mrs: James Mr*. Bell Freeman and C. H. her home tit Porvtnlr yesterday was given permission
praMent of the club, and MmEttner Bird, JfMnBR Archer, Mrs L. I. Moorsman. Mexican favor and place building on Saturday
Payne received, the guests, Hood, PKjBX Redd, Mr*. Annie card were used. group which she win ..
Mrs. B. G. Dye had charge of the Butler' anjnSelJ. Robinson, Mrs. The Mime Helen and Esther Present were Mr*. Geo. D. paring for I1atUralization.tttTttttiltttfl pftIldent,1

guest book; and Mrt Theo J. Harry/tt Ir:....: .Ue, Mr*. Elberta :Livingston attended meeting of Ruehle, Mr B G. Dye, Mrt
Bleler, Mrs Geo. D. Ruehle and Bule, Armstrong, Mn.I I the O. E. S. chapter in Coconut Frank Hausman, Mr*. A. A. Payne, 71 111 }
Miss Alone Vercoe presided .at the J. A. Rao ltierbam, Mrs H. B. Beat-I Grove Friday evening after the Mrt W. R. Bird, Mr. R. J. Elliott, ; ,
punch bowl la the petto tie, Dr; ;rerle Shanklln, Mrs, R. Ad) Astra meeting. Mrs. Paul Reynolds, Mr*. T. J. LearnTo
Several violin numbers were Godwin, Mrs. Robert Bell,
played by Dr. H. S. Wolfe ofGainesville Walter Thompson, Mrs. E. A. L.I' "
to piano accompaniment chanan, Mn Stanley 'H. DI .ct STORI IH DanceGain
by Mr*. Joseph Elder. Misses Esther and Helen
Miss Margaret Griffin Miss ston Miss Pearl Whitaker and I
Betty! Richard, Mill Barbara Miss Katherine Bell

I II THE DIXIE DRUG I Grace, r

MISS MARY TRESTER IS County, Florida, and -e-second. I| .r.

IS BRIDE or HUBERT VANV I cousin of J. T. and J. C. Vann of I Acquire Poise and

Miss Mary Trester and Hubert Homestead |l JACK POLK HOWARD JOHNSON .
Vann of South Miami were mar- Immediately afUr the ceremonythe HOMESTEAD.: FLORIDA SelfExpressionAT
ried Friday in the Redland Community bride and bridegroom left for Phone 3d and till
Church parsonage by the Monticello to visit relative of Mr.
-
Rev Oeo E. Dcuel Mr*. Blanche Vann.. n.X .
Chapman, mother of the bride, and ; A pre-nilptliirshower, wet rI,4I\ ;.
Mr*. Deuel Witnessed 'the ceremony for the fcrid by Mrf.' Hollls Bar- Evelyn Cooke
row and Mrs. Carl ScHumscher,

The bride wore a pale blue Mrs. R. W. Mulllns, Mr Lloyd 49 large size ; WRee-//" Studio of Dancing
jacket dress with white accessoriesand
Delta Miss Alice Macomber and
t corsage of gardenia Cotton
the Misses Esther and Helen Livingston Absorbent
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:Miami
the Redlands and
Mrs. Vann wa reared in Florida now ;
attended a school of Instruction r
City and was graduated from boussiold should as& I Y in Homestead at
cotton
for District 29 of a E. S. The every .
Homestead High Schoel For the Saturday in Coral Cable Mrs. Doable stsrUlnd.\{ "Rett-RoB" patme4 J = ;1.
past five years ahe J\U been employed aB4 eettoo. Cuter lIospitalityllouse *:
Delta served! a. treasurer package Metes : ; "
as the .
bookkeeper by
for coma se .ace. A RFR AIr "ODuCTI West
Mowry Street .
ruchs Baking Company of South \
Miami. TROUBLESTOMACH ; 'j
Mr Vann entered the employ of
lord Balltmort. A Classes will :
the Fuch meet every Monday .
Baking Co. 14 yearsago
long before the bakery moved wet ingArlo REANDAGES and Thursday morningAn j
from Homestead, where It was
Effectively; treatedby TIP e. ot D.UWIS Taettrt
founded. He was born in Taylor 110. Far.aeadew / I

Chiropractic.. : Tap, Acrobatic, Ballet, ;

Dr. Leotwrd W. Itaahtn"spoehadme ''Start getting well' .."," :. Ballroom, Toe .

I K*. feM '1m wAW1Pec ve E z-r Ages of pupII -Three Year
I .::. M4>*ie:. I Dr. R Elliott TALCUM GOGGLES Through High School ;
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GLASSESHI Special Ballroom Claw ; .,1 1
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Atr&.OHMH every:
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CinmiliM TOTM A Heme BMr. Homestead r kit Thu"'dl7.nllht. at 7:30 o'clock :
4ffeee Weather
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lea ar lesson a* 14 per month ?<

always II Its art looking for Private
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with A* I |ri41f all DRRUUGS lock for Ike g request 1 y
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(NELSON T. McCOURTNEY TAKES A BRIDE, : ROT WOODBURY '
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MISS EMLYN PHYLLIS FORD OF VIRGINIA TO WED' : IX IVLYAnnouncement made
hat been
[I Social Events I I of the approaching marriage of ,*
_Miss Emlyn Phyllis Ford and of Richmond. Roy Woodbury, son of Mr*. Lena ;
Nelson Thomas McCourtney were The bridegroom I* the ton of N. Woodbury and Miss Eloise Gtifto., '
married June I In the county: T. McCourtney of Hlwassee, Ca., I daughter of Dr. and Mr*. Frank H. I
courthouse by Judge W. F. Blan. and Mn Jessie. McCourtnej of I Quito of Miami. I
CLARENCE GRAY COMES FROM INDIANA : ton.The Homestead. He will graduated Mr Woodbury la a member of \
bride wore a blue ensemble from Homestead High School in I one Of Redland' pioneer famine.
I' TO MARRY MISS_.REBECCA JANE FISHER and white accessories. She Is a 1938. and since that time has been After his graduation from Red \
-- daughter of Wilbur Ford of connected with the Welch Battery land High School he lived In Miami
I Mist Rebecca Jan Fisher of: wedding march played on the cornet : Charlestown, W. Va., and ha livedin Service of which he la now proprietor and attended the University of ; i
and Clarence A. Gray otPekln : by Mill Jeannette Cox did Homestead for a year. She wa Miami from which he was grad h
, Ind., were married in the Mill Fisher suspect that a party reared In Covington. Va., and after They are living at the National uated in 11I37. ;
parsonage of the Silver Palm was being given in her honor. her graduation from high school: Mouse which: Mr. McCourtney recently a
afternoon Richmond attended the University purchased.Mrs. P. T. A. EXECUTIVES
Methodist Church Monday Among the gifts presented wasa
by the Rev. J. E. Waller, set of crystal war from the Red- TO MEET TUESDAY ;
pastor of the church. land faculty RETURNING COLLEGE GIRLS J. A. Smith; house committee : The Homestead P. T. A. officers
Mr. and Mr Carl Wagner and While a refreshment course of: HONORED BT CHURCH GROUP Mrs Sheffield and Miss Fox were called together Tuesday by
M..*. Waller witnessed the cere peach ice cream and cake was i A watermelon cutting: kt the and Junior activity, Mrs. W. E. President W. R. Bird to select committee -
wony, being served, the Redland Glee bay was given by the young peopleof Rheney. chairmen. .. +t
i The bride wore her traveling Club, of which the bride ha been I, St. John' Episcopal: Church In The Auxiliary member decidedto A meeting of the new executive
drew a row beige crepe: ensemble, director, tang "Believe Me it All' honor of Miss Mary Brown and meet once a month during the committee: -officer* and chairmen
and royal blue acceuorle: Those Endearing Young Charm"I' Miss Louie Long Fitzpatrick: who summer with the tint meeting to -will be held next Tuesday after.
I at 4 o'clock In the school
i For three year Mix Fisher ha* Those present were: Mn. Lydia have Just returned from Florida be a covered dish luncheon at the noon aaditorium
beat the popular and efficient director Sayen, Mrs. A. W. Lindgren; Mrs. I State College for Women. home of Mrs. Edward Norman, Jr., they decided.: 4
of music at Redland High Lawrence Pope, Mn. R. E. Othen present were: Mr. and on July 8. TO GIVE BENEFIT SUPPER ,
School She U a daughter ofCoI&DI1' Mn. Jack Polk, Mn. L. Trotter'l Mrs Howard Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. Those present were: Mr Florence AND CARD URn JUNE M 1 1A
Superintendent and Mr Mrs. Carlton Singleton, Ge N. Wakefield, Mr. and Mrs.J. Uptegrart of Coral Gables, benefit covered dish '
Arthur Fisher of Ptkln, Ind.. anda Polk Mn. Q. W. Moody, Mri. Walter E. Gauzens, the Rev. and Mrs.R. Mrs. Fritz Schroeder, Mrs. Lamar and card party will be given upper by
graduate of the University" of Thompson, Mn. Geo, Craw-: F. Blacktord: Mn. Virginia Kendrick, Mrs. Jesse Gossman, the Woman' Auxiliary of Bt
Indiana.Mr. shaw, Mrs. E. R. Hawks, Mrs. A. ,I Walton, Miss Valera Fitch, Mist Mn. Edward Norman Mn. Edward John' Episcopal Church at the
Gray I* a IOn of Mr. and D. Fogle, Mn. Georgia! Oopp, !Mn. Ellen Huff, Miss Frances Lamb, Norman, Jr. Mrs. Oeronimo home of Mrs. R. L. Scott at 4.30p. :
Mr*. Rou Gray of Pekln. He was Eva Fletcher, Mrs. Margaret Dan- Miss Betty Brown, Howard Lamb, Mrs. Rheney, Mrs. Sheffield, Miss m. next Friday afternoon June .
'graduated from Hanover College iels, Mrs. Miry Furry, Mn. Anna, Q,. Lowe, Bruce Scott, and Joe Fox, Dorothy Kuhn, Helen, Schroeder 16. The money cleared will be
'and I* now a teacher.of science in D. Carter, Mn. Carl Wagner, Mrs. and Robert Gauzens. and Mrs. Rue. I added te the organ fund o( the
the Pekln High School. L. H. Greer, Miss Elinor Payne church.
:
; Mr. and Mr*. Gray left at once and Miss Buth Murray LEGION AUXILIARY FAREWELL PARTY IS GIVEN
for I short tour through the East Gift were received from: Mn. SELECTS CHAIRMENMrs. FOR MISS LOUISE FACEXTI Mr. and Mrs. 3. R. Bratathaw
before going to Pekln and to the R. Y. Burr, Mrs. Flora Vlhlen, Mn. Mattcson
and Miss Sophy
Frank B. Rue, In the i A at the home were
acting party was given
University of Indiana where both John Brown, Mn. Vane Harris,
, dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. M.
absence of the of Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Mn. J. B. Ross Legion Auxiliary Campbell
will attend the summer session. Mn. Clara Vlhlen,
M. Rsmsay Sunday
I president, read the following ap Friday evening in honor of Mia 'l
M I The bride was given a surprise Mn. H. H. Graham, Mrs. John
shower on June 1 by Mrs. Carl J. Graham, Mrs. D. E. Bashor, Miss 'polntmenti for committee: chair: Louise Pacettl who I* to spend her
Lindgren, Mrs L, O. Roger and Shirley Harkness, Miss Myrtle men at a covered: dish luncheon: vacation in Hendenonvllle. Dancing :- Miss Nina BUllard Miss Lola Car. tW
at her home k feature of the lpentar, Mia Jane Gatlln, Pete
Kerfoot Wednesday; : poppy was evening.
Mm. C. E. Elchenberger at the Min Lucille Draggers
home of Mn. Eichenberger, Not Miss Mildred Small, Miss Vera sate Mn. Harold Sheffield and Present were: Misses Jeanette ''I Campbell Daniel Nell, Noah Peterson !
Miss Ruth child welfare and and Annette Miss Pa- Charles Sullivan Lllburn
Fletcher Foxi Campbell, ,
till her arrival wa announced by and Mill Katherine
the trains of the Mendelssohn Davis. rehabilitation, Mrs. Wm. J. Ge- cettl, Miss Kitty Marsh Miss Edni Nixon, J. D. Conner, Delmar
| ronimo; publicity, Mrs. Rue; hospitality Forte, Miss Connie Hunter, Miss II Rhodes, Marvin Pritchard, Charles 1
Mr. Jake Brook: national Marjorie Conner, Mia Bonnie Little, Eugene Saunders, Jack
FOURTH Or JULY DANCE ner, Mrs. Howell and Mn. Wright new magazine chairman, Groover, Miss Kathleen Freeman Qatlln and Joe Hardin.
'ANNOUNCED BY CLUB The next evening they gave a
IA Fourth '(If July'dance-will be supper and ,watermelon cutting
held July 3 in the Homestead for members of the HIClub of )
Country Club, It was decided, at a the Waycross. Ga, Y. M. C. A.
meeting of the Junior Woman' who are touring .th* state with
Club Monday evening at the Wilbur James, head of the association .
,
Woman' Club building. ,-.

tMls* Melba Sever wa taken In DR. IRENE BMAVKUN IS
all new member.r RE-ELECTED BY RCBEKAII3Dr.

r the next meeting, :itt. was an. Irene Shanklln was reelected
trounced, will be a social: session noble grand of Liberty Rebekah .a
oa June 19. The next business Lodge at the meeting In I. O. O. F.
meeting will be July 10. hall Monday night, Mn. Anna
r Those present were: Mrs. J. D. Messenmtth was elected vice-
Perkins, Mn. Harold Oxford, Mr*. grand
E. A. Buchanan, Mn. Stanley Plan were completed for the i
Wlttkop, Mn Ovid Sullivan, Mn. memorial service to b* held in Na-
Richard Huff Mn. W. B. Cave ranja Cemetery Sunday.PUnfy ,
Jr., Mn. Bruce Ennls, Mr*. Augustus
Wynn, Mrs. James Bird::1 a. 111 = Q :e, s. as.Z
Mn. L, T. Proctor, Mn. Herbert 1 e \
Turner, Mn Burley Dandy, Mr* i ss1. J a'ri'as s 1 YApo ,
T. J. Walker, Mn. Fielding Ruff,i I I -
Mr. Ceo. D. Ruehle, Mn. Robert, i I t
Glenn, Mrs. Ansel Barrow and t
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Miss Ellen Huff. I -
The following committee: were I caI ::
appointed at the meeting w.y.1 r !
and means, Mn J. D. Perkins,:
fn. Russell Home, Mn. David j
Barnes, Mn. Claude Campbell;i
program Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop; GtfdllTM I Home OwnershipY
flower, Mrs Ansel Barrow and . Mn. R. E. Sherard welfare Mn.
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Wnoeirt*
W.Miss B.Ellen Caves Huff, Jr; .and Mr hospitality. Barrow,, eu INN, t aos be I
Mn. Herbert Turner, Mrs. Rudolph; IIw\taa\ Nraan.nl We.**. Ire can enjoy your home while you pay for it conveniently the ;

Mrs.Mattion Burly, Mrs Dendy Robert Glenn, Jr., .at MI eJ *IBM.aaadle We end seeesrra.adShelton loots lovely LIBERAL TERMS of the FHA PLAN. This is the modern way E ',

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MR. AND MRS. P. & BUD W Plan are: 1
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I American Boy Magazine *. reader ifJM

I ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS = HINTS TO Companion to Thousands:I THE AMERICAN BOY advancyf; .,
and
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Hundred of thousands. of boy worthwhile characteristic
than "
ENTERTAIN and conducted Bible ., do
EASTERN STAR TO a eatechisMrs.
and road THE AMERICAN boys
young men who do not read It.
MASONS AND THEIR \USES I R. 1'':. Edward will be 'HOUSEWIVES BOY month!I .
Magazine .
,. every : Trained writers and fam. "
and their wives win be hostess on July 8, it was an and consider It I artists
Masons I nounced. .... M more a* a living I ou coaches and athlete, ,
honored at the meeting of the Ad companion than a* a magazine."It's explorers,
Astral Chapter of the O. E. S. on I Others present were: Mn. J. PLENTY OF EGGS a* much a buddy to me aa scientist and men successful In
M. Forte Mr M. Waters richer than most foods: business and Industry Join '
Friday, June IB. according to plan and Eggs are my neighborhood churn" write with
Mr. H. mineral and vitamins I, an experienced staff to produce "
road at the meeting of the chapter Collier. In some of the one high school senior. "THE In
Friday evening In the L O O. Mn. C. H. Denby reviewed a the body need Since muchof AMERICAN BOY seems to understand THE AMERICAN BOY, the tort of
I of "The and vitamin content reading! matter boy like best '
F. halt No more meeting will be chapter Return to Relig the mineral a boy' problem ond considers .
ion" at the of Circle i concentrated in the yolk this THE AMERICAN
held until October. meeting Fiveat them In such a sympatheticand BOY sells oni
the home of Mn. A, L. Lanier.Mr. i valuable That most newsstands at
Mill Either Livingston will have I part especially helpful way. It give advice, 15c i copy.,
charge of the program and Mr. H. Schauberger presided. U why it 1* one of the first food and entertaining reading on every Subscription price are $UO for.*
R. W. Mulllns Mri L. L. Bow and Other present were: Mn. J. A. added to the baby's milk diet. subject In which a young fallow I* one year of $3.00 for three year ?'-

Mr. Goo W. Turner Jr., will arrange I Hudson Mrs. Alvin Campbell, Egg are particularly needed for Interested. It la particularly help Foreign rate 50c a year extra. To;, ,
for the refreshment Mn. James Roberts, Mn. Laban their iron, vitamin A, and their ful In sports. I made our school subscribe simply send your name'
Present were: Mr. and Mr.*. A. Bishop. Mrs. Maedell Murphy and "efficient" protein. They are also basketball team because of playing address and remittance direct too

R. Livingston, Mr*. Frar.i Schneider Mr. W. B. Caves, Jr. rich in phosphorus and are a good tip I read In THE AMERICAN THE AMERICAN BOY 7430 Sao '.
Mr Frank Morris, Mr Lloyd source of calcium. Beside vitamin BOY." I ond Blvd., Detroit Michigan

Delta, Mri. Harold Sheffield Mr, BOYS ENJOY WIENER A, egg are an excellent Many famous athlete In all
Katz, Mr Bow, Mn Rose Wllaon, ROAST AT VANN HOME source of vitamin G and E, and ports credit much of their success 1
Mines Either and Helen Living The Sunbeam boy of the Homestead the yolk are one of the relativelyfew to helpful suggestions received

iton, Mr Turner, Mr*. Mulllns, Baptist Church were> enter good natural sources of vitamin from sports article carried in THE IF IT'S 1
tained at a wiener roast at the
Mia Alice Macomber and Chas I D.Nutrition. AMERICAN BOY Magazine. Vir-
home of their leader, Mr*. J. C.
G Turner. worker consider eggs: tually every Issue offer advice
I Vann, Friday After the
evening
one of the beat foods to promote' from a famous coach or player.
ACTION PICTURES ARE MADEOF I wieners were cooked popcorn wa growth in children. They recommend Football, basketball, track, tennis,
I I popped over the coals. ROOFINGWORK
DEMONSTRATION CLUB 'I that every child have 4 or S: In fact every major sport 1* covered
Action picture of the Redland Those present were: Don and eggs every week or, better still, In fiction and fact article
Home .Oemonstratlon Club were 'Frank Murphy, Jack and Jimmy one every day. Adults also need I Teacher, librarians, parent and

taken for the county home demon. Morris, Louie and Billy Eunice, to eat at least 3 or 4 eggs every leader of boy club also recom-
itratlon book at a work meeting Irvin Melton Charles Stevens, week. mend THE AMERICAN BOY en

June 110.the Redland Community Jack Jennesi, Junior Pope and Slow cooking at a low, even heat thusiastically. They have found
Church. Mn Nellie Murphy of Billy Vann. I II the secret of success for all egg
Miami Instructed the group in the The Sunbeam will'not.. meet dishe When you cook an omelet, Officer Finds 15 Adults .

making of raffia baskets. again until fall. use a thick pan over a low flame. Riding in Pontiac Coupe

The next meeting will be a coy.Bred eINNINNNN1 W NYNI IIIN MI_..",Ht"NN It the dish I II to be a loft cuitard,
dish luncheon and picnic at The Calendar use simmering rather than boiling Brawley, Cat June B.-Like the

the home of the president, Mr, ."..........,......_.."'.."....'''...........'''''''''''''' water In the lower part ol the clicker In one of those old Keystone you want done let o
,
Seymour Dane, on June 23. double boiler. Set custard for comedies which produced .
Those present were: Mr. A. W. ins June in Neva 11.-Townsend Club meet. 1 j baking In a pan of hot water and counties people out of nowhere the man that knows '::
King Cooper School ;
January Mr*. W D. Mahan, Mn. I I do not allow the oven temperature fifteen full grown adult plied out
at 2:30.June: I
J. A. Rotherham, Mr. W. K. Haai, I I to go above moderate (3500 F.) of a single Pontiac coupe when the how, do it. No job
Mr*. Murphy and Mr*. Dane. 13.-Meeting of HomesteadP. teat Fruit whip and meringue car wa topped by Patrolman

I T. A. executive committee at1 made with egg whites only requirean Walter Walsh at the Intersection too small or too big. J.
MRS. RICE IS ELECTED; 2 p. m. in auditorium. even lower, more steady heat of West Main street and U. S.

SOCIAL SERVICE CHAIRMAN June IS.-Meeting of Presbyte. than the whole-egg mixture. Poach Highway 99 about two mile westof Prices right.GROVER .
Mn. C. Hagler Rice wa elected rian Auxiliary with Mr*, B. E. egg In plenty of water below the town.

social service chalrm'an at the Gatlin. boiling point; fry them in fat that According! to Walsh'there were

monthly business meeting of the June 18.-Meeting of Ad Astra I II not too hot. When you cook four men In the driver' seat; six O

Woman' Missionary Society of the Chapter qf O. E. S. egg In the hell, start the cookingIn jammed into the pare tire apace
Homestead Methodist Church June 16.-Eplcopal Church cold water and then bring it toa behind the seat and five more In

Tuesday afternoon In the church. Auxiliary benefit supper and card simmering temperature (1850 F.) the rumble seat behind. BECKERFLORIDA
The member decided to accept All the occupant were given
party at home of Mn. R. L. Scott.
the Invitation of Mn. E. E. Atkln I ticket to appear In court and Officer CITY
June 19.:-Social meeting of DR.l\I. A. BERGER
ton to have the circle hold i a Junior ._- Walsh had to commandeer a Phone 1602
joint[ meeting, In Royal Palm Stat WomanVClub.' : passing car to help take the crowdto
Park on June 20. A covered dish June 10.-pot-luck dinner meetIng DentistOffice the police station..
luncheon will be served. of Hontestea4.. P. W. C. in I I

The member decided also to Hospitality Hpiie at 8:30.: -

finance the tending of a colored June 20.-W. M. :S. meeting In Hours 8 :30-4 :30

delegate to the Lakeland training Royal Palm State.Paik. POPULAR MECHANICSWill
school, to that the delegate may in June 20._Meeting of Woman' First National Bank

turn Instruct other In the local Club of the Redlandi. BuildingOpen Show You the
colored Bible school June 28.-Meeting of Jennie

W. M. U. CIRCLES HOLD Lobdell June 30.Circle.-Covered dish lunch Evening by: Appointment Easy Way To Do Hard ThingsNEWSPAPER

THEIR JUNE MEETINGSA eon of Redland Home ))Pmollstra.I -

talk on evangelism by Mr*. I I lion Club with Mr. Seymour THE JPL Po4f ctctc
frank Irwin and one on the} !I Dane

Southern Baptist Convention by July 3.-Fourth of July dance t POPULAR

Mr*. L. A. Wise were given at the sponsored by Junior Woman' Y p'I s: FOR ONLY CS
meeting of W. M. U. Circle One Club at Country Club. ..
Wednesday afternoon at the homeof c 2l
NOTKK: TO i Mrf
8TOCKHOLPERSNotln
Mn. O. A West. Mrs. Irwin
t presided during the business meet. fa h.r.b. ilvon IHM tin annual sari $280You
m .tli.. of h. Muraholrim of the Horld.
ing.Mrs. KMI Oout r.rtllli-r Connnr will .. kU f
C. O. Robertson talked onfOl..11II a' 'h. orMfv of the Company H HonMMul,
florid., TupMhr, June 1s. 1989 M 10. .. N-00
minion at the meeting of for ... I
'he vnrvoM of .tI.. a board of dkiwtart
Circle) Three at the home of Mr*. end InnuMtlnt such oOiM business. Can Have
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mmy oome the mtrtlne.O .
W. D. Coker. .
Mr J. M. Gilmer W. MOODY rI"' '.
received the mystery package. I A D. FonLR:., avvrvtary and Ttviwurvr.I .
Circle Three will have charge of ., IS i June .. I. 1MB JACKSONVILLE'SLEADING THIS A POPULAR

the program In July and the flowers ND
HOTEL
for the church, it wa an MECHANICS

nounced. Mr*. J. M Gilmer will DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST .? 0yf at
be the next hostes GL n..1 b..d w a. Both For One Full Year

Mrs. A. D. Smith was hostess to SUMMER
Circle Four at her home Wednes COMFORT .. .a. .b and RiguUf jam $3.30You Son 700

day. Notes of sympathy were Office !Boar ( *. SB. te S p. so a 04 Wankovall Practical Informative I Useful
'Tma"bad
written to Mr*. Cussle Joiner who
.
Sunday f te It .Ile lamas"seas.and anal..
la In the hospital and Mr*. Ollie hap, a.Welse..ae.wT.aIofuuses1cte POPULAR MlCHANICl combs the world for the latest news,the
Howard whose husband was Closed Saturdays new derelopmena,the thrilling experience,and the remarkable
drowned In Lebanon, Ind.. on discoveries that can be foiled only within the field erf sctmce,
Tuesday.Mrs. Free Parking Space COCKTAIL LOUNGE end invention and Mechanics. Ten thousand eyes scan every nook
COFFEE SHOP and corn**of the globe for picture and articles. that fascinate .,
-.. Julia Polk talked on "AChurch Mil N. w. MTU ST. MIAMI and entertain one 900,000 readers neb month. I"

at Work In Cuba"; Mn. T. rttuMt: s-im -A.. Psed But POPULAR MICHANICS Is more than a magazine of pictures
C. Shackleford, on "New Mission I..c' I..e.-New_. .-.: and unusual articles. It is virtually in encyclopedia of ideas and
Work In Cuba"; Mn. Harry Hall I suggestions oa what-to-make and bow-to-nuke-it a referenceand
and Mr*. S. H. Fitch, on minion a guide for the radio experimenter;a source book of helpful
; sty Item; and Mr*. R E. Edwards hints'oa of home or farm improvement and repair; aa unending
supply Important information for the mechanic and repairman
.
.. en "Dr. Pruetf First Convert" ;a collection, of useful hints to lighten the housewife's daily
Mn. 1. Lawrence Scott gave a THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS tatks; in short POPULAR MECHANIC is the practical magazine
reading, and Mrs. Catherine Pick for every American home.
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" ... .. W THE CIRCirt COURT, LEVENTM
JUDICIAL IKC"'IT. IN AND PO.: ;
I *l>' COUNTY FLORIDA II CBAM- ;

II The ChurchesBAPTIST ;.l I ELEANOR: CURT AI..r-No.(". II 71Ha UBTANCOURIL Plaintiff CLASSIFIED ADS 'ii'iiI



1 I CARLOS BET4NOOURT.. I RATE: lint Insertion 104 a lint subsequent Insertions
.t..t..t.. ................. . Dafandaat. ;
"T It ._ringer kr affldarM .--.. I Sf a line ;
tha kill, fund la tha above autod .._ the
CHURCH Prayer; meeting at 7:30 p. m. Wed.'I CARLOS AZPIAIU BRTANCOUIIT tfcaDafondant ,

Bemestead-Dr. X E. Johnston,, nesday. I thorotn Domed ta _...._ i
: i of the state of Florida. and h a raaMwitof FOR RENT FOR SALE-Here are three patescols '
pastor Sunday school at 045 a Silver Palm-the Rev. J. E.: Cokia. Rauhllc af Panama that n fajrthar I

m. preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. 'Waller, pastor. Sunday school / or moro particular raatdaawai of away below value: A two-
dofondant k unknown and that theN ta M.FOR house with 12
m.; B. Y. P. U. at ':30 p. m. every Sunday at 10 a. m; preaching ,parent In tha sate of, ........... tray .... RENT Convenient apartment story rooms,

i prayer services Wednesday at 7.30, services on first, third and af a tVimmooa la Chancery upoal whom I low summer rate. Ill If ailed, two Inside toilets, upstairs
would bid snob Defendant and that ha ta' balcony should rent for
R In. fifth Sundays at 11 a. m. and .ter use _...-. roan.IT 'I W. Fourth street (J9tf) ;
7.30 p. m. ia T'KBKR: : ORDERED: that sold.I.I $360 per :year Only 11,290 cash.
non-raaldont Defendant ba and ha ta harakrroaulrad 'FOR RINTFlveroomIIItur All taxes and liens paid.
Gould*-The Xv. Noah Peter- I -
Princeton-The Rev. f E. Wal-, la appear U the Bill of Complaint: I nlshed hnuaa. 20 LOTS; in Homestead mostly in
son pastor. Sunday school at 10 filed In Mid most M a* hoI_ Mondar thaIrd 'I Mrs Mary Doyle
11 and ler pastor; preaching at 9 a. m.; dar ot July IMI Otherwise, the .1_. 1 ()2.18)I Downer Palms No. 1. Many have
preaching at a. m.
e. m.;
Mom af said bill will ha taken M oonfaaaad
-:30 p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 6.30 p. m. Sunday school at 10. I kr Mid Dtfandant I sidewalks All of them for

Prayer service at 7:30: p. m. Wed- Florida City Continually Church I It ta further ardoroit that Order W preSolved nIFOR, RENT-Furnished two bedroom 12,900 All taxes and liens paid.
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aam a weak for four 00 "
nesday. I -the Rev C. G. Nelson psstor. waaka In tho LMdar-Entorprtoa, a nc,,a.aapor house, alto furnished 70 ACRES on Biscayne drive, near

Church school at 10 a. m.; preachIng -' published In MM County and Bata I apartment. Reasonable rent Modello, one mile east of Newton

CATHOUO at 7:30 p. m. Midweek prayers; This May 26 I:.. B 11. LEATnERMAN.dark*. All convenience Reduction to road. only $25.00 per acre.

; ; Church 01 the Baeretl"Heart and Bible study Wednesday *t thai of Clroalt :'-.. I right party by the year. Eva Phone 72 H. A. Cameron, Home
Circuit Court
I 8. E. Second avenue, Homestead; 730. i Br R. H RICE.I: JR. Dapiity Clark I Collins, Biscayne drive and Federal stead, Fla.
E. PIERRE: RHANNINO. ,
Highway.
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the Rev. James Cloonan pastor. Redland Cvaunanltr Cbareh. Solicitor for Complainant.PubMakm FOR SALE-House on two lots la

Sunday mass at > a. m.; week day the Rev. C. G. Nelson pastor. Daimler June .. t. IS. SS 1*>I. GOOD, cool roomy apt for rent.
loans at 7:45 dally. Sunday school Church school at 10; Dreg hint at I Private bath reasonable rate. st and Dixie Highway. Bargain

>Sunday following 0 o'clock mass. U.Epworth League at 8.311. Mid- ,
Apply J. M. Klinfc Box 12. Deer-
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB Ask at Western Union. (mITt)
r Communion for women the first week prayers; and Bible study TAX DEED field Fla. (J9-30)

t (Sunday of month? for men and Thursday; at J:SO, Chapter \THEREBY af IMt...A IMS I UNFURNISHED $-room house
NOTICE GIVEN that U.UnDa
1110",, the second Sunday ot month. Oraco balder of Sate ud County Tax In Redland. Lights, water. FOR SALE Tropical plant, citrus
',hour Thursday before first I'USBYTElUA1'felllettea4ltlome CortlfloiM No lOll ........ the are day ofAuiaat. trees and troplcai fruit ta
I A. D. IMI. haa Cited aaaM In mr Brooks, ,ne.. Phone T8-B.
k Friday of month at 7:49 p. m. Mass avenue at office and kM made appUcatloo. for a tax season. Jungle Crew, Rdlan4

I' first Friday at 7:30 a. m. Bene* N. 18th street The Rev. Ceo. H. ..... to ha the Issued tharao daaarlkod Said Cortltlcatoamkraoaa FOR RENT-Furnished bungalowwith road ant Plummet- dRw.MISCELLANJOJS.

"Ii diction' of the Blessed Sacrament Ricks, pastor. Bible school at 10 n the County following of Dada, But of property(lorkla, fireplace, hot water, new

sifter mass.CHRISTIAN; a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. Young ta-wttt electric refrigerator and ab"- ;
Lot St. Block .. Olympia H.takta. Plat
I SCIENCE: CHURCH people meeting at 7:SO p. m. I'Sate Rook 10.iii rlorlda.n. Pan I., ta tha County a* Dada, I Fruit trees in yard. Inquire SEE AND BUY at Shsnklla Variety

a mearmat at mid property under Leader-Enterprise. Grove, West Florida City
: Florida City -Broadway and the MM .
LEGAL NOTICES .Uflea. Issued WM In the tame a'lU
1.0' Sixth attest Sunday school at of I lira Natlta' Dodd ( )
UnloM amid _II...... shall ... radaamcdaooirdlnr FOR SALE i
9:43 a. m. for pupils under 20 years IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. ItLItVItNTR to ..... ton property described HOME laundry Mrs Jernlgan,
III ago; morning service at 11 JUDICIAL nl'tliT. DADS COUNTY tharatn will ba to tha kuihaat' bidder
o..H" 620 S. Krome Ave.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY at tAa Court ,: on the tint Mon, MILK GOATS-Two young s.-j J
'clock. Wednesday IWnnller COM No. imr.A .
dar In the month of July, IMI, which ta ,
does from 5 and 6
vices which Include testimonials CHELSEA INVEVSTMFNT COMPANY, ocorporation. the Sod dar of Julr. 1980. lieD qt. e'l WANTEDWANTED :
Plaintiff Dated this Hat dar of Mar. 1HI.B. and from buck whose dam's ,
of healing and experiences and remarks ,; .
B. LEATHERMAN,
on Christian Science, ( p. C. W. CRA.". '*.. and CU88IE: GRAY, Clark of Circuit Court. record is 7H q..... per day. :Pedigreed -man with car for Raw
till. wlfa. at al, I> f.ndanta. Dada County Florida. and registered in buyer'sname.
m. The public cordially invited BILL TO rnRRCLONI TAX (Circuit Court BM| leigh route. Experience pre.
Will freshen S. F.
to attend. CERTIFICATE By N. C STERRETT. D. C. soon. ferred but not necessary. Salts
In the cama of the state af .....w.. I (Juno .. *. It SI. l'l'l Matthews, 16 S. W. 3rd ave. this Write :Raw 1
It appoarlni or afflda.lt appended to the way up ;year.
June 11.- Lesion sermon bill flied In the show stated eauoa that the (PUT lelgh's, Dap FAF-103-MK.
mldatiroa of COra W. Gimlo. NOTICE: OF APPLICATION. FOB I
topic! -"God the Preserver of AGrOkrrhlno Memphis Tenn.
or
set Henry
', ,. hla. wlfa. Frad and tlai TAX DEED IF YOUR CAR OR BOAT ,
Man." i I Haul, four of the defendants horaln. aro I Chapter ITII1-Acta af IMI-A IKS (' enlln'l Kufeldt, Homestead Fla. (pj30) ,
unknown, and that there la m In the NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN that H. wastes oil and "
SUM of Florida the otrvkw rb R Brady holder of SUU and County Tax i i OVRHAUL. Takes only. 30 min- WANTED-Painting or carpentry i
CHURCH or CHRIST upon whom would bind the defendants, and UrtifOaU. No 1714 issued the 1th day of p
that they and each of them aio Over thai I lAuxuct, A. D. INI, hM filed same In my I utes to installyaavel oil and gas work. Price reaiontble. Corbet
Hemestead-First avenue and ;ian of t..t,.... years, and It tuner .... !office. and hw mada application for a tax : up to 80%, Increhses compression Smith, Cor. 4th St., and lit Ave.
peering br sold affidavit that If Mid four deed W ha issued thoroon said CarUfltataambracaa .
N. W. Fifth St. Bible -study at 10 I,defendants or any of them .... di.d. that the following described property and speedCostflonly $2.09. at residence of W B. Flowers

a. m.; communion, fellowship and their. hvlra ....._ ........ aulana: .a .r In the County of Iteda. sate ot Florida, p. O. Box 215, Princeton. (pa29)) Homestead. (U) jfvj
at 11 In. .1.lm..d'u.d. r than ara unknown and ,M>wit i
preaching a. : that their roaldoncaa 1 ara unknown and that Lot II'. Block L: Seventeenth Annual )
I then to no person or persons ,. the State I Manor a Buhdn. Plat Book II, Pan 41 ID FOR SALE-Outbqard motor. TUTORING WANTED high '
CHURCH OF COO of Florida the service of a subpoena upon the County of Dado Plata of Florida. Neptune 9 h.p. 'alternating fire. school and grade school subjects.Mrs. .
whom would bind aald unknown halra, do.VMM [i The aaaaaamaat of Mid property under .
"Tlomeit d.-JO N. W. First ....'- aMfrnaaa or elalmanta. I Una Mid rartllloaU issued was In the aamaI I Run less thaij'20'JlouBuying! It J. Armstrong, A. B.
It la tharaforo ordered. that aid named i oft Unknown. larger motor.; 'Ted Oldendort, .
avenue; Rev. Geo. Q. Coplin, pastor I Defendants and mid unknown drfandanta I I Unless Mid oartiflcaM shill ba radacmnlaooordlnai Plummer drive and Country
Sunday. school at 149: a. m.; and each and all of thorn b. and they ara I| to law. the property described: P. O Box 426, Homestead (]2tf) Club road.
hereby required. to appear la the Hill at'.' therein will ba told to the bihsst bidder at I '
preaching at 11 a. m. and 1:45/: / Complaint II"rdl.I raina on or before I i the Court how door on the fiat Monday'In FOR SALE-Budded citrus trees ,

p. m; junior Y. P. at 7; children's Monday, ton of July A D. 1M>, the month of July. "l" which ta thai,I Isle of Pines gf.
otharwlaa. the allegations of Mid bill will betaken Ird day of July 1989. ready now. Buy a Home ,
meeting at 7 in parsonage. Prayer aa eont..d br mid Dafradaata.nawapapar Dad this 17th dar of Mar. 1.18. Persian lime, Temple and Jaffa
( meeting, 8 p. m. Wednesday. It II further ordered the the orders 110Pllbl. I B. B LEAIH.fc.RMAN. I .
also Grove Land
kumquat. Ready Buy
orange, ,
...... once s week for four ros..entIve Clark of Circuit Court
weeks in' the Horn-goad L.ad.r.Enarprw Dado County, Florida. now unbudded seedbed plant. of
CHURCH OP TIlE NAZARENE a published la Mid County anj (Circuit Court Brail lemon and gf also large stock Buy Glade Land ,
Suw I By N. C. STERRETT.: D. C. ,
lIome.&eadThe Key. W. J. This Mar M. 1039. I (May It, 14; Jun. I. .. 11111 I 4 in. caliper. Ready in Au,. It la mr firm belief that high

i Parker, pastor. Sunday school at, E. B Clark LKATHFRMAN: of Circuit Court.Circuit I and Sept pink seedless gf., er prices are Imminent.

[ 149: a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m ( Court hi l) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Oneco tan., Valencia king, pineapple Don't nibble bent pries.Don't .

[ and 730 p. m; N. Y. P. S. and I M.Hy McCASKILL R. R RICE. IH, Deputy Clmk.J I Chapter 17457 TAX-Afta DEED., IMI-A 114 I I and naval orange (the wall I

i Juniors meeting at 6:30 p. m Solicitor for Plaintiff, NOTICE: IS HEHKBV GIVEN that Mai. juicy sort). Roberts Nurseries, Bay now. I

1 Prayer; meeting Wednesday ven- ,ltd m1.W: Building Tam colas Cartlflraw Strickland No.hold.MIDI r of..sail...... and the Dan M. Roberts Prop., Epmore Tou'U thank me for this snfffitlon -

Ing7:30p. m.I Uuna I, 9. U SI M lU'1HOTI..II of August, A. D. 1M7 .. euu.1 Dr. 3i ml. E. of Krome Rd.
my off.... and haa _d. 211111.0on a few tnonthl hence.
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l OP APPLICATION FOB .1 Ul ....... to ... Issued tharaon. ... (m26-j 16)) I
I Princeton-the Rev. E. P. Cowen, TAX DEKD. Fib III** tlflcau. embraces. followlnl II A. Cameron
pastor. Sunday school at (49: Notice ta haKbr 01.l an that II... 0-... property In tho County of Dada State of SPECIAL: 7 acres good glade land
; R .... .. holder ..... of
.1. aa aa City Florida to-wit t 13 land with fair 4.
acres pine
preaching at 10:49 a. m. and 7:30' Hlabah Tax Cartlflrnta. Numbered. SOIdatad Lot I. Block I. Moraaa Bill a BuMn i,
p. m. Junior meeting at 8:30; youn.people' the lit dar of June, A. D. lilt ban Plat Book II, Paa-a 4. U She County eiI I room house, all for $1,200 This NOTICE OP APPI ICATIOM FOB

I meeting at 630.: Prayer MM Mid application Certifies for In lox mr offlro lived ,to and.-haamada .... Dada Th.Sera aaaatamont of Florida of Mid prawns undrrtha is a nice combination and one Chapter 17417. TAX AcU DEED of I'''. Flla A HIS

meeting Wednesday at 7.30 p. m. tharaon In ....rd.... with law, Said Car.tlflraca MM oartlfnuu laauad WM In the a....I that you can seldom get It Is NOTICE.IS HhRrBY GIVEN that William -
and tlumwa Holrord holders of state
ombracaa the following dnrrlbHpropartr oil Unknown.
EPISCOPAL Ituatad U Dada Count, FlorUa Unless Mid oartiflMU shall ka ........... well located and certainly a bar- and County Tax Certificates, No. 4Uf and I
10-wHl arrardlnft to law. the proporty aVarrlhrdtharrln .' gain. H. A.-Cameron, Phone 72 4987. Issued the lat day of A u..t, A. 0.
j St John's-S. E. Second avenue I Lot SI). Blork 100 Hialeah" 41k A....... will ba cold to tho hlihoat bidder at Homestead Fla. (J2-9)i) I IM7 hara fllrd moo In xr .,.... and have
I and Fourth street Homestead. In tho City of Hlalaah County of Dada, the Court house door on the tint, Monday ; mode application for n tax dead to ba bauoStharaon
Stage of Florid. In the month of July loss which ta thai I Hill Certificates. embrace the loi.
The.Rev. R. F Blackford,, rector. The' assessment of Hid Property under ,Ird dar of July, IN*. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR! Inning described property In the County of
Holy communion at 7 30 and 11,the Mid Certificate Issued was In the assay Dated this 7lh dar of Mar 1089. i| TAX DEED Dada. state of Florida, too,," iUt
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of Unknowa Unless Mid Canlflrauihall .. B LEATHERMAN.Clark I Motbo la horaoy trtvrn that TVomaa NwlJr I 18. Hlwh 2 11....._'. a SuMn. Plat J
a. m; Sunday school at 9:30. ba noMttiad aaoordlnf In law tax I of Clients. Court ., holder of orgy ot Miami Tax Certificate Bunk II, Paia 70. In the County of Dad*, IHuta
.t I dead will I.... thence an Ibo lltk dar of Dado County, Florida. |> Numbered 1404*. sad the 4th day at Juno. of Fli rlila I M amaraaad In Cartlf IMI* '.
METHODIST Julr A. D. 1.31.l (Circuit Court Brail A. D IH4 hM filed. Mid Cartlfkata In mrIOCtoo Mo IK7 Th. _,.....t ot MM. propane ;
( 'I Doted this Otto dar of Jnm,. A. D. IBISt I r C STFRRETT D C. I and ban made application for Ut under the Mid" <>rllfl'al'' hood WM In ton
! Homestead the Rev. J. J. Rich E. B. LEATHFRMAN (May It. r June I, I, 1M,I I I dad to hoe tharaoo.. _.... with I Domed Unknown >>
Clerk. of Ghoul Court NOTICE law. Said Cartlfteau amhracM the follow Lot It, Block 2., I. Plat Rook It.
I'&rd.., pastor Sunday school at t::43ra J Dada County, Florida. I Ta Whom It Mar Content TIlle..h to I ion dMcrtbad" property, .It....... In Dada Pan 70, In the ( :r'b ., Sat of j
1\ a. .; preaching at 11 a. m. and (Circuit Court limit carra evolve that from this ate forth I Oauntr, FlorMa to-wltl Florida: na ombr r.d In Certificate No. 4M7
Lot IS, Blk 4, <> ", Rook 1. The aaoaaanunt of Mid under the '
property
iTFRRFTT D
! ,7: 30 p. m. Junior League at 2:301 I /Juna ..J1r..1Ii.,C 101; July T: lullI)i C. :will not those ba, contra responsible.trd br for I117MU.any debs wsaps ,I Pan IM I* the CUr .l.tl.J.: .. ftDa4 sold, Certificate Issued was In She name of JVnloaVMld

HI League at 6 30 DANny. .. BUU ft Florida. "
1 p. m.; : p. m.; C' |
I': I TN ae.womet 01 sold papery under Cartlflcalox shall ba rrdranml
APPLICATION FOR
( : Senior' League at 630: p. m. NOTICE OP TAX DEED (Map SO) the ..141 Cerullram issued ... I. the noise ._.lIa_ to law the property aWcrtbH )
.... U......... Unity Hid C.yithoa shall therein will ba Mid to the' hilluat bidder M j
I II Chapter IT4ST-Art. af U311-.1. A H" FOB TAX '" redeemed .........In. to law. tax dead. willIssue the Court Huuaa door on thai' first Monday f
n NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN that H lanDoGraM NOTICE; OP APPLICATION '
tharaoi on the Mih day Of JxiMt, In the month of Juno, ills ..10.Ita '
bolder of Baa and County tax DBKD FII. No 2112M6NOTICE I A. D. 1Datad.... ash day of Jane, IMI. I
I certificates I No II IS and IIII leaned Ion III HEREBY. GIVEN that H" into sigh dar of Mar. A. D. Itll. Dated this and dar of M.... III*. r
... of of Suvlh
MARFAKLUBRICATION Ird dar of Auamt A. D 1934. ha tiled LIo' .1. M aMKnao City I:. S. LKATHiKMAN. I:. B LEATHtRMAN. )
,
aama In mr offloa and hu made appllratlon I Miami ran Certificates Numbered US aadIM Clark of Circuit'. Court. Clock of Circuit: Court, IDado
for a tax deed. to ka based tho_.. Said I I dated the lat dar of JuI,. A. D less, Dada f
Count, FlocWx.Circuit County Florida
i
I ...... CrrllflcalM/ In office. ;
! Certificates ambraoa the following / hM filed Mid mr Court Brail Clmlt Court 1
d property. In the County of Dade, .1..1'1:hM=... application for tax and. to. '( By N. C. STERRFTT: D. C. Sy"t/N C D tt
accordanea wttti. U.. Saw. .n// d'72rrN : j I''
In ;
tt to-wtt '10
Florida :
f followtiw (Nay If: Jim I. t. l<. II. 111 (May .. ,.. I* |
r..* 14. Block. I. OlympiaHeight. 'It llflraM: embrace the
II i Dependability and operating lubaa. Plat Book II. Pan I. In the Conn. prorarty, Wanted, In Dada County I I
y I of Dada State irf Florida. M embraced lo-wit:
r economy result from regular 1 In Certificate No tIM. Tha maaaamant of I Lot It. Riviera Plan: In the City W
Marfak lubrication. Yon sold property under gu Mid Certificate. I.. South Miami Canny of Dnda. saw ot Florida
get
and waa, Ik the. nama of Mn Nrtlla. Dndd ; aa embraced In Certificate Nn. Id !
'' the about out of your Invest Lot IS Bl.rk >. Olympic H""' .... a The auMtmoM of Mid property under the STILING
luMn. Flat Book 10 Pam .. In the ....n. i ir Hid Ortlftaala .issued wow I* the memo ., EDWARD x
meat by securing a thorough t of Dado SUM of FknrUa M ambrarad In I'UnknownLot I ,
nlflmla No >.!>*. The aoMamorit 0f mid K, Rlvlora' Pines hi the CRY ofhnilh 1
Marfak Job from us. ?patent under the sold Lartlflrata laauad. Miami County of Uada Buu ofnurlda ,
9 MM In tho sense of II ro. Xattla" Uadd na ambrarod .M CorUfboU No. .... .I
Unless' Mid' Certificates ....11 ba MtoamH T'110 assessment of Mid propartr under thesoon Real Estate General Insurance '
75cb wordlD to law. tko property described CortrTlraai. bond was In ... varna of I'
harola coal ka Sold: ta the highest bidder at U'.-.. ,
bo cart houM door an tile tint MnMtar Unless' amid Certificates shell W oadoamadlarordloc I
I n the month of Inl,. Ml, wkkk la tkaH to law, ux end will bauo thara.on PUBLIC
TEXACO NOTARY
dar of July. 11*. on tho lath dar of Joel, A. D. IMIDaud .
DOW this talk dar of Mar. A. O 1039. this sob day ml Mar, A D IM*.
t ne-Stop Station I:. 8. IBATItrRMAN X. B LEATHERMANClark I
Clerk. iii CIroul' came. ot Circuit Court, Cor. Palm Ave. and Art. B Florida City
DONE K1S3AM.: Props.N. Dada County FI.rida. Dada County FVartdo. ,
tl \.Cllwult C.reins ae.l( rNr .Cir.alt. Court Beal'll
Krome and Ith 8t N. C. 'TERIIET1'. D. C. Br N C STERRETT D. C I I Fla.'I
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Ib. _.. 35c lb. ... 30c now

4 1 1Golden 1r Any Brand
Handy-Pack MILK, 3 Ig. cans. ...* C
grapefruit sections and sparkling Julo.-g.th..d from a Pillsbury's lEi
i groves and canned for year senvenleneo-ere' wedded In gelatine' Coca-Cola
FLOUR Factory Packed ==
salad that's I killidl Try Surly endive and chicory Ur greens, .rld"1| gm
dressing' with grapefruit Juice for I tang. Ea 51bs.i 6 Bottles 25c SUGAR, 5 lb. bag.AI C |

Hake Shimmering Salads 1 tablespoon lemon Juice
I 41 "n Florida grapefruit 25c *"
With Canned GrapefruitIIBLP Mtlons Plus DepoeltKRAFT'S 4 lb.
Dissolve gelatine and la
sugar 39c
: yourself to Vitamin C, and boiling water, then add grapefruitand hkg
what a Mild yon CM make lemon Juice. mill cool and
from canned grapefruit sections beginning t* thicken add grape
and Juleel Make your Salad molds fruit Sections drained around Inside
tbe. Miami way Md your salad of each mold and all rest of mold
dressing' toO-tor you easily eta 7 ., MIRACLE-WHIP
TOMATOES
from the tat with these recipes. "IDI"M 1.11I1 Dressing I ,1,1a 3 cans 19c a

Florida Odtd.In-A-M.U. grapefruit Combine Juice S tablespoons, drained from Florida cam Pints 22c Qts. 32c
4 rapt canned Florida grapefruit of seotkmi.n lablMpooa lemon : Garden Patch 3
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Juice Juice. M Sag salad 4ll. H teaspoonsail lOc
1 >pkg.> plata' ofl4Tcred gelatins aid H teaspoon pmprlka. Real CORN NIBLETS, can. !
% sup sugar Iborougbly"etgr _erving, a
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Silver PalmGRAPEFRUIT 4 CAN ==
Lions, Rotes Will Hear John Morrttr chilmb secretary, of the FREEZE CHILI JUICE 25 C
Miami r
Head of Miami C. of C. is "
MIX BEANS 3a
John C Hall newly-elected Royal ArmsCOFFEE H

president speaker Commerce at of the the will Joint Miami be meeting Chamberof principal of Tropical'1 l Cafe I Can ..]Oc lb. . 5c lb. .._ _.. _.7c 5S

the Redland District Lions Club
and the Homestead Rotary Club t doors north of city tall ONE WOMAN .TfttS.ANQTH '
to be held at 7 p. m. Tuesday In HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA
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Legion hall. The program will "
be In charge of the Redland District Regular dinner _. 50c =
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Chamber of Commerce. Th.proram Plate lunch ...""..... 35c SWEET Golden Ripe I Iceberg eAra"ouivtta
committee It composed of
C. J. Parman William J. Geroni- POTATOES BANANAS3lbs..1IC LETTUCE
mo, I H. Oallaher, O. B. Parker HIM Ruth frt. and i and Mrs. EE
and J. P. Reynolds Florence Kereado Prop E
Mr.Hall will be accompanied by 5 IK 15C 2 hds. 17C

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12il Western
BIRDSETE SHELLED BOX Heavy
&//W a SOUPS CHUCK ROAST 1ib.
ATTENTION! English Peas. 28c

a .... 27C I
Tomato,3 cans 25c ==
BIRDSETE BOX

ti, Avocado and Citrus II Chicken, can __ 12c Blue Berries 30c Assorted lb. g

I= l\lushroomcan.12e Cold Cuts25c
Growers 1-
t; Other kinds, can 10cMIIHMINNNIINMNHININNNINNNNNNNMIMNHNNNHIli MORE THAN. Georgia lb. -
1 11 60 KIM S t

We are now stockingURAMON I CANS BACON Z.C
Pork and Beans 25c

Boned and Rolled
TOMATO JUICE"I VEAL ROAST

A new form of nitrogen that 25c
tins 3 for
14 '
oz. 29C
does not leach from the soil lb. ... .

as fast as some Inorganic 20 oz. tin lOcI Nano
BIRDSETE FILET
Ib.
forms of nitrogen. Ask about SLICED
Red Perch lb. 3le
the price of this new form of FralcoJlmericanlSPAGHETTI BACON 25c

food. I
plant BIRDSETE BOX

Country Roll lb.
Scallops _._ _. 41c
Per Can. .. _... lOc )l U 4* .. box BUTTER 29Cf" .

Florida East Coast fertilizer

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