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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 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
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System ID: UF00087294:00231
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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[ XXVII-No. 24 HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 16. 1JW9 PRICE FIVE CENTS
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ottiles to Start 5-Year Program :









' ro Reclaim 10,000 More AcresGreen








" Fruit, High Packing ARRIVALOF$25,000DITCHER I



Costs Hurt Citrus Growers NEXT WEEK \WILL BE SIGNAL, i


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HEED PLAINTS WPA Project Gives-Local Music Pupils FOR FARM EXPANSION HERERITES.CONDUCTED 1


Chance for Summer Practice, Lessons '

TilE WEATHER Drainage Irrigation Ca-
OF BUYERS IS Organization of a band for mj- project of the Miami districtMr. nafg to Surround80AcreUnita

nlclpal use and continuance of Marlor plan to In.Itrucand Olflf'ill1 *,tiler not III tho .... r4rlIpm.o
lesson and studies of music students hold practice session for Instrumental saws. 11._, _.

of the Homestead and Red- music student of the two ----:1 I I 1 r;.:
DE BUSK IDEAPlease land schools during the schools Dow Bar.
summer on Monday, Wednesdayand TO LINK EAST GLADB
JuniT:=:.:.9061 X30.01
month are aim of a WPA music 1 Friday of each week. He will .
June 10 __. 110 11 aO.04 AND S. ALLAIATTAIIExcavated
project inaugurated In Homestead meet with beginner in music from
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June 80
Consumer in Price under direction of Walter Marlorof 3 to S o'clock in the afternoon and : I
I June li--- 88 30.05
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Miami with the advanced student from Material to JH
and UrgesSpeaker June 13 89 13 '30.02 1.17 ,
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7 to 8 o'clock at The music -
'The- \TnlJlc movement here was night. Used In System of
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June 14 81 11 ,211.114 $4
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started by C. H. Steffanl, county sessions will be held at the Neva
June 15 1' 30.02 50-Foot Road
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agricultural agent, who obtained King Cooper School auditorium. I
TOO MANY SIZES AND Mr. Marlor' services from W. K. Mr. Marlor' services to the students ::

GRADES OF FRUIT McMull, head of the federal music are free. He said he hope With the arrival of a $15,000 fun
': soon igjUre.pjfJhe Ktudentq]Jn,pupil iewl,powered.. EhIeq mactiW +,,I"; ,g '
concerts' and further their within I few day Souffif VMt
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Don th Down' izes That CHAMBER AGREES studies quickly so that they will FOR MRS. COOKE. Farm*, Inc.. will start a five-year
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Bring Price Av-t be available at public function program which will more than
The first musical session will be double the agricultural area of the
erage, Is Advice ON PLAN TO BUY held Monday. Mr. Marlor said he GUN SHOT VICTIM i farm, 1 It was announced by James
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During give instruction on all instruments -, Sottlle, Jr, field manager, yeslcr

for the grapefruit last 30 has years Increased the demand FRUIT FETE SITEUtilization except the piano. I daySouth

I Mr. Marlor, who has had more Funeral services for Mr. EdithG. Dade Farm, which In
3,300 per cent and for orange 800 than 40 year experience in band I Cooke, 32 accidentally wounded peak yean comprise 6,000 acre
cent and this increase will
per work in the United States Canada >y a shotgun charge fired by her II'co-operatively operated, will have
continue it grower give more of the major portionof and England, and his wife are remembered -I husband Robert M. Cooke, were when fully Improved, an additional -
thought to pleasing the consumer five acre of land opposite the
as having entertainedat held at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon capacity of 10.000 acres. or 18-
from the standpoint of price and entrance boundaries of the muni-
a Parent-Teacher Association at the Redland Community 000 all told, Mr. Sottlle said
quality, E. F: DeBusk cltriculturlst cipal ball diamond and recreation I
affair here in 1934 In England Church. Burial wa in Palm When the five-year program I*
of the extension service the site for the I(
park am permanent
.of a Mr Marlor was a member of the Cemetery at Narsnja. The Rev finished, road* will link South
University of Florida, told a meeting Redland District Fruit Festival
Sir Charles Halle O. Nelson, assisted by
orchestra, one I Ie. pastor Allapattah Garden and the newer
of citrus at the Red- and for erection of chamber of
grower a
of the most proficient organizations the Rev. Barley R. Core, offici- development. into one farming
land Woman' Club Tuesday after- ,
commerce headquarter building of Its kind In the world. ated. empire. The 10,000 acres will be
noon Mr. DeBusk spoke on will be proposed to the city
The Redland District Chamberof Mr*. Cooke died Sunday at the divided Into units of 80 acres and
'Some of the Marketing Problem cil a* a result of action coun-I
of Citrus Grower" meeting of the chamber Commerce at a meeting Wed-I Kendall hospital. She was wounded each will be surrounded by ditches
losses nesday night indorsed the music two day before when her husband four feet deep and eight" and a
td the
One of the greatest day blht.The .
project and voted to Mr. half feet wide. The excavated
pay Mari i fired at a negro PeepingTom
1* the high packing cost"
growers location comprise two city !br's expense to and from Miami I at their home at the Happy material will surround each unit
caused by too.many packing house block which the council voted recently during his work in Homestead Farm Palry A short time before with a highway SO feet wide
With not enough volume of business -
to acquire fore trailer park had the Mr. Sottlle said four low-hcad
I Mr. Cooke captured negro
to reduce the rata cost,
pro site and for expansion of its recreation TWO FROM TOWNSEND CLUB also
and called to his wife to run to a pumps with 72-inch discharge
Mr. DeBusk laid Many Of the
park development WILL ATTEND CONVENTIONS ihu being Installed The pump
be neighbor' to summon aid. A* are
marketing cost must paid by Under the proposal agreed upon F. Matthews, president of the I emerged from the house the negro will be able to bring South Dude
the consumer, which Include
by the chamber, it would make Homestead Townsend Club, and J. bolted and Mr. Cooke tired. Farms' irrigation and drainage capacity
transportation and processing: he of the blocks, and the city would D. Wysong. secretary, will be official For several year the Cooke family up to a water movement of

laid. pay the remainder of the purchase representatives of the club lived in the Redland Districton 1,000,000 gallon a minute, he aid.
"Decay, through carelessness In tract with the at the national Townsend convention lands will
price of 81,800 per Redland road near Silver Palm None of the developed
handling poor processing, dryness title to the land and improvement in Indianapolis which begins (Continued on Page Six) be for sale, Mr. Sottile said.
and fruit are the cause of
green made by the chamber vested in the next Friday.Mr. .
many complaint of the consumer, Matthew will visit relative
; Mr DeBusk. laid.a "These along city would be In North Dakota after the con- Swan Heads Committee in Campaign
The five-acre tract a II
and sizes
with grade are more vention.PERRINEGETS3D.
saute for adjustment In marketIng substitute for the ten-acre trait To Boost Young Democrat MembershipGeorge

I thus bringing the profit downto which the chamber membership,
under the previous administration, -
a minimum. There are too
voted to acquire. The larger location L. Swan Redland District .
sizes of fruit. Grower
many ALL M. E. PASTORSOF
would profit by not shipping the was the site of the 1938 fruit I grower and publisher, has
I and sire of fruit which bring the festival and could have been pure STRAIGHTVIN IN been elected chairman of a special -"

marketing average down." (Continued on Page Six) I canvass committee In connection DISTRICT ARE
f with the membership drive ,
SOFTBALL SERIESThose

''I Miami i C. of C. Head Tells Needs of Local i'being Young staged Democratic by the Club Dade to County enable TO RETAIN POSTS

the state to have its full quota of
Joint hard sluggers from Per- I I _

Group. at Lions-Rotary MeetingThe rlne claimed their third straightvictory vote this year when Miami bid
,for the 1841 Young Democratic I All Methodist pastors of Homestead
'""-"- in the series of the local
success or failure of a Commerce, a delegation of which. Softball league Monday night when 'convention ill passed lipon With and vicinity were returnedto

Chamber of Commerce In functioning :- Including Its president, Thomas they "skunked" the W. A Home Mr. Swan are serving Thomas J. their charge by action of the

for the greatest benefit F Kirby, attended the meeting Co. by a score of 12 to'. loan Kelly and William Shayne United Florida conference of the I

.f the community depends on the John 1.. Morris" secretary of the friday night Perrine Overwhelmed Miami' bid for the conventionfour Methodist Episcopal Church heldat

Individual member pursuing a def- Miami chamber, accompanied Mr. South Miami by a score: of M to 4. yean ago failed by a margin Tampa, it was announced by the
inite and comprehensive program, Han and gave the Introductory ftrrlne won the opener of the of only tour vote Thirteen Rev James J. Richards pastor of

John C. Hall, newly-elected! president speech. eerie by winning from the Harne thousand new member of Young the Homestead Methodist Church
. of the Miami Chamber of:; The local chamber of commerce 'team 7 to 1. Democratic dub must be enrolled who attended the conference a* a
Commerce told a Joint meeting of while doing commendable work Brooker Lumber Co. player this week to give Florida full representation member of the organization' boardof

, the the Homestead Rotary Club' could attain better results It it also in action Monday night, wentIn at the national gatherIng education.

I and the Redland District Lion would resort to an expansion program for high scores .too, when they scheduled for August in Pitts The conference: opened June a
Club at the Legion Hall Tuesday Mr. Han declared. defeated South Miami 13 to L burgh. The maximum of convention and continued through June 12. ;_
night "There should be at least 500 In the second frame of the' vote to which each tale is Bishop Paul E. Kern of Nashville

The program was arranged by members In the Redland area ,double-header last Friday night' entitled 1* determined both by its was in charge The conference

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Pare Two THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, June 16. 1939

G. W. Draggers Operating intendent of the primary department
1,000 STUDATTEND Mrs. J. R. Dorteyj: superintendent -
Station.on S. Krome Ave. of junior department, Mrs.
f<. FLORIDA I : R. C. Scott; and superintendent of
Q. W. Drlggen bas taken over Intermediate department, Miss G. W. Driggers
Sinclair station at
operation of the Ellen Vana
SUMMER COURSE South Krome avenue and ThIM The school will close June 23.
,: .. street which H. O. Thurman operated On the day following commence-
t GainesvilleJune 19. (rNS- before joining the sales ment exercises. will be held. Next
The first of two summer sessions force of Bird Chevrolet Co. ten day a picnic will be held for the
began here at the University of days ago. students and members of the Sunday ANNOUNCES
p Florida Monday with registration Mr. Draggers la wen known to school at Matheson hammock.
approaching the 1.000 mark. Dr. the motoring public of the Homestead During the past week the students .
J. W. Norman, dean ot the collegeof area ai he has been serving have been constructing
education and director of the and operating filling stations here wood-back books In connectionwith
summer school, Mid: "I consider for the past 13 years, with the exception their handicraft instruction that he has taken over
our teaching faculty this summerto of a few months spent recently which Is held for 30 minutes at
be the strongest we have ever In his original occupationof the start of the daily session. The
had, and all Indication point to a meat cutter, principal subject on the programof
'' splendid summer." "The same old Drlggera brandof Instruction is Bible study, operation .of the
Beside the bright prospects here cheerful service will be dispensed
university official were also en- along with Sinclair products
\y thualaatlo over the tremendous increase and dependable lines ot tires Mrs. Katherina BitteIs
i In enrollment of the school and accessories" Mr. Driggers Buried at Miami
I of trade end industrial education, said, "and I hope to see all my
,, ', | which began its second season former customers and many: new Funeral services for Mrs. Kath,
i Wednesday at Daytona Beach. The patrons using .Drlgfen! Service erina Bitte, 70, of Redland, who' Sinclair Oil Station
I ( school 1< sponsored by the unl.II" Station ass{ regular 'port of call'." died Saturday at the Kendall hoa-
veralty In co-operation with the pital following a short Illness, were SOUTH KROME AVE. AND THIRD ST.
II" t state department of public instruction Sirs. ForUJRe-elected held at S:30 o'clock Monday afternoon -
(: Some SCO people had been MaiSgSiof CafefiKa at the Turner Funeral Home. I (formerly operated by H. G. Thurman)
( registered when the session began. Burial was in Miami Memorial
This total, repreaenting 17 states Mrs. J. M. Forte was re-elected Park Cemetery.:
j J and Puerto Rico, 1* an increase oft manager of the Homestead school A native of Germany, Mrs. Bitte
t t M per cent over last loses enroll- cafeteria at a meeting of the executive came to the United States with
nent committee In the school auditorium her husband Ernst Bitte, 52 years
I Tuesday afternoon.At ago and took up residence in and solicits the business of his
Candidates for Legion the suggestion of President Chicago. They came to the Red-
,BaU Team Are Sought W. R. Bird the committee decided land District: 20 years ago.
to work for bicycle sheds for both Besides her husband, Mrs Bitte friends and former patrons in
f An appeal to youths Interested the elementary school and the highschool la survived by two sisters, Mrs.
In baseball to try out for the junior as a summer project j Pauline Casa and Miss Hannah the Redland District. Consci-
league baseball team sponsored by A bill of $2.80 for piping on the Laechele. and two brothers Wil.
John O. Salley: Post. American playground was ordered paid. helm and Christian Laechele, all
Legion, was Issued yesterday by of Germany. entious pleasing service and de-
X>. R. Snydef, coach of the team. ,
Practice la being held each afternoon Baptist Vacation School I
at $ o'clock at the municipal Has Large AttendanceA I pendable, high quality productswill
ball park. Mr. Snyder said. So far NEWT G. BALL
then has been little response to total of 117 students attended I be the Driggers motto as
his call for players, he ..ald.t the vacation Bible school of the NOTARY FVBLIO ,
,t The Junior league team will be First Baptist Church of Home- i
competed of boys not over 17 yean stead yesterday, the largest number I usual.
old and will play teami from West since! the school started Monday. Fire Insurance and
) Palm Beach aouth. Fifteen players Officials are confident the I.
1 muit be obtained by June 30 attendance will show a sharp Increase Kindred Lines
and their names, photographs, next week.
fingerprints and birth: certj .cites O. Snyder Is dean of the I Ix I
} sent to the national American 1C 1.R.O officers are: superintendent 1 33 N. Krome.... Aft.'r. .,.. i i'H" \ .
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Legion headquarters, Mr. Snyder of beginners depart iI CUSTOMER"AT
i aald. ment, Mrs. L. Shackteford; super i "A TRIAL MEANS A

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We will never relax our vigilance for we know that the E A S WASHER-used but in good $-J r :

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build strong bones ail '&althy. bodies. I EASY WASHER-used but in excellent 525

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Because sick and well$, Id,'end young all trust us-we : APEX GASOLINE WASIIER$7

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a never-failing'source: supply.
APEX ELECTRIC SPIN-DRY WASHER $Q gQJ

And because we have fully accepted these responsibilities -new ."........................... #J

we will go home at night feeling that we have earned ELECTROLUX Kerosene operated $1 CA
I refrigerator, 6 cu. ft., cash price........ JLtJlTEKMS /
i a place among those who serve mankind. ( ARRANGED)

APEX ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORj Off

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Alpine Grove Dairy APEX AIR-CONDITIONED two-zone $1 OK
electric refrigerator, cash price. JL t)
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Friday, June 16 1939 THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Paw Three


STATE OFFERS '39 ed only under the direction of i Nine Boys Will Leave I[ per cent over the 41,38. can told
women" Mr. Hall said. "And On 10,000-Mile JourneyNine CONTINUOUS GAIN I by our dealer during this lama
they should be represented on the I period last year" Ralston laid."Sale .
GRADUATES HELPIN board of directors: too." I II IN OLDSMOBILE for the last 10 days of
boys of Homestead and
"The netfd of adequate quarters May\ this year totaled 4,'III cart,"
vicinity are all set for the big ad-
tor the Redland District chamber I he added.
FINDING WORK ,venture of making a 10,000-mile
ALES REPORTED
and a permanent site for the annual trip which will include visits to i I
fruit festival are urgent and '
the World's Fair at New York:
the organization should put forth Lansing Mich June 10.-Retail
Graduate of Florida and the Golden Gate Exposition
college its greatest efforts to bring about sales of Oldsmobile sixes and
and universities In the clan of at San Francisco -and all points I IF IT'SROOFING :
the e.rlcompletion of these eight continued on their upward
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1939, of whom worth visiting between
eek-
many are
now project," the speaker said trend and for the month of May i
Ing employment, are Invited will leave in busses tomorrow :
tq Approximately SOO Rotarian 1 They totaled 13.034 for a gain ol more ,
register at their local State Em- ai members of the Crusade I
Lions and chamber of commerce than 28 per cent over the 10.1511 I 4
ployment Service office, Louis A. member attended the meeting.The Union Boy Singer wbo will i ear cold during Mar last year, according t :
Miller, manager of the Miami office entertainment program in- literally sing their way throughout to a statement issued by I I ,

Mid today. cluded piano selections by Baker the United States. They will D. E. Ralston Oldsmoblle's general -
Mr. Miller explained that the Hindman and saxophone numbersby 1 return In time for the fall opening sales manager

State Employment Service operates George Frick. of school. "Oldsmoblle sales for the tint I
29 office and that graduates The boy from this vicinity who five months of this year now total
Should register where mOlt convenient will make the tour are Joseph 60,730 unit to show a gain of 47
to them. The Miami office Conner, Henry Dodson, Lonnie WORKt

he added, la located at 23m M. E. PASTORS Home, and George and Jack day and Thursday mornings. I
N. E. First itreet. "While the Rucker of Homestead; John McLaughlin -
All cf the Classed: and under the
Florida State Employment Service of Princeton;and Willard special supervisions\ of l I
does not guarantee any applicant (Continued from Page One) Norman, John Landrum anti Lee KlgVimiaU Evelyn \
Cooke who Is' of the
a job we arc confident \that ourtatewide wa* the first held under the united Gladdln of Redland Dancing Mastttltotai'ASerica' Inc. you want done, let
contact with employer church. On the opening day of '
Private lessons \tnil/1 be arranged
greatly Increases the Job applleant' the session the southern branch Evelyn Cooke Opens for. the man that knows i
chance of employment" and the northern branch held Individual n. \\ty.---
Studio of
Miller stated. meetings and concluded Dancing how, do It. No Job '

"Our business 1* to find the v.- business of the preceding year. \
font job first and then match it Local Evelyn Cooke of the Evelyn too small or too big.
pastors retaining their
with a person well qualified to fill post are: the Rev. C. O. Nelson, Cooke studio of dancing in MiamiIs Tropical Cafe Priced
classesin
now conducting dancing rightGROVER
it; and In order for us to give the I pastor of churches at Redland and
Employer quick referral service, Florida City, the Rev. Jesse E. Hospitality House on Mpwry I doors north street two day a week.
Applicant should keep the service Waller pastor of at
churches .
HOMESTEAD: FLORIDA
Informed All type of dancing" taught
at all time of change In Princeton Perrlne and Silver I
their tap, acrobatic, ballet, ballroom and
address to that they mint be
Palm and Mr. Richards.
easily located If and when suitable toe. Classes are arranged for chil- Regular dinner ...... 50c
work U found. Former pastors of Homesteadwho dren three year of age and older.A lunch BECKER ,
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retained their post are the ballroom I
special class In done.Ing
become Inactive after 60
days :
Rev. A. A. Koestllne of Lake Wales FLORIDA CITY
Unless renewed," he concluded.MWMIOTFICIAL. Is held for pupils of high school j
and the Rev. U E. Wright of age each Thursday evening at 7;30 Miss Kith BUrfaol and Mrs I Phone 1602
Apalachicola. The Rev.J. D.Murray o'clock. I Flennee Kenade, Prep I r:

; of Orlando, formerly Homestead The other classes meet! on Mon- j
was assigned to Crescent I
City and the Rev. J. G. Stradley, I

(Continued from Page One) also former Homestead pastor, was e ssvrsyou il
chamber," said the apeaker. transferred from Leesburg to Win-
The present membership I Ia far ter Haven. JM09*** CQ/t &H9ifff*

too small to carry out the work Mr. Richards laid the confer- ,

necessary in this district You ence board of education voted to Alt M0VM9
have much to do here and great purchase a plot of ground near

thing to accomplish, and you the campus of the University of roil?"
must have many paid up member Florida on which the church will
*. erect a recreational center for the
"Money I* most essential to the] use of Methodist student at the
success of a chamber You must university. The building will cost
have money to spend and plenty of $50,000.
it. A steady campaign for publicIty
I III costly but profitable. Spend

ample money with discretion and
the reward win be high"

Mr. Hall recommended that the
Redland chamber Increase its dues

from S3 a :year to $10 and start a
drive for new member Imme I,

dl.tel"Even $10 a year 1* too
small," he said. "With 800 mem-

bers this would place $3,000 a year
In the treasury. That Is not
enough for the Redland District t
purposes. You should have ten
times that much to spend year after -
year.."

Choosing officers and directors Concrete Blocks ,
for a chamber of commerce should

not be a hit-and-mis procedure, Like thePyramids t

Mr. Hall said and too great Im- ... t1RtR
portance cannot be placed on the

selection Chamber officers, be
said, should represent a cross -
tion Of the commercial, LIFETIME construction call \

and moral life of the aet'-I; for Concrete Block They ;:... f&
they must be able and con give you the satisfaction of

tious, and, above all, 100 per cent lasting qualities combined r"I I
interested in the work cut out for with beauty. There are many OLDS "0"a-DOOR SEDAN $131 '::;

them. Officer and members uses for Concrete Blocks In DIRT ; tnJ GIlt !
NO FRICTION-fD t vJr : $
should work together, for the spiritof your building plans. Ask for

failure hovers over a chamber detail MO WKtt TO MAR THV SMOOTHNESS Foil ::; tINIJ
which has internal conflict," he '
OP 7H9 RHYTHMIC X/1 M ""' /V PrAmar
aid.Mr
Hall emphasized that women, Rock I
too, should have important parts Naranja Co. WHY be satisfied with anything .lea than the snort r. QuedrI.Con

In the operation of a chamber of modem kind of ride, when you can travel In luxury SPrl"ol M
Fhone 1S3NaranJa In an Old with modern eoll spring sift around Coil.OU'W..,. Stab
commerce. "Efficiency of the educational ,,,.
religious and social programs FloridaHAT prlng are the never thing I They cannot aqueak 3. ftowo.iNoiler anon ?
or rattle They require lubrication. They are SnOlne :
of a chamber can be attain-. ... ,
not affected by temperature or weather. Above aD, 00" Fist/-
being frteHon-frt, they' ''''' ww out! You get the .rlca"o" Pressure &u. I

tame smooth, steady Rhythmic Ride, whether you've I. Oeol '
MA driven a hundred miles or a hundred tbousendl ( *,_ I.
And what a ride it ill Level, gentle, perfectly etaM- Steering fr01 r
Used just come in for a trial drive. Take the wheel 6. ..See t
m X
of an Old and put it through iu paoea. When you 1, -At."' ..,fronse

get beck you'll be convinced that no ear it 00_ 7..rln' I..' I
plate unless It has modern coil springs tM around AAIe
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M.f.a..M/.M..Mr..pL.
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fit**, tmmptn, kuncwr fiMrrft, spars Mr end In" Slttt IN ()l $" 4
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20 Years Ago

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,j CMbM* *f P'4* crab .,.--. tlM June I'. 1919

"While fishing oft Cape Sable a

week ago last Sunday a party of
\ Ready fishermen composed of Dr H.

i AU duy she hurried to let through Schlegel of Miami, Henry and

,1 The same *l lots of wlmmln do; Loren Roberts, Eugene Ward and

,J Sometimes *t night her busban Lawrence Partin lighted what they
K said believed to be a piece of wreckage

.' liMa, ain't you goln to come tot r l on a shoal On closer inspection
bed?" proved to be a huge flab. Gum

\ And then she'd kinder give a hitch. lit brought out and nearly one
I hundred steel bullets shot at the
1 And pause! half way between p
5 stitch, armor-plate hide of the fish beforeIt

jj And sorter nigh and say that she was thought safe to approachIt
Wan be. It is estimated that the cost
she'd
] ready M ever ff.B l ]3BH>. >ala eaisiiiniiuJVj! iB-r ijg jut *TOiiW7iWl 'wioBJ. of skinning and mounting the lisa .

,* ADd to the yean went one by one, will run around two or three
An' somehow she was never yk' + t tlo;Nh F thousand dollars The monster
.., 4ffrr* >*>**' >**M '> *"'** ** **""'
done, jiT >aiffl|| 7 _7 is thirty-one; feet and some Inchesin .
An' when the angel said, a* how )W1!| ?AliaS ?i Sflsr -. nSrSC* VWml!?>Nrxv length and about eight! feet

"'Mil Smith It'. time you retted ,Rasa wide. According to the taxlderra- ,

1 now" 1st, the fish when mounted and ."

She sorter raised her eyes to look brought to Its original length will ,

". A second aa a stitch she took; ,. be i lithe neighborhood of thirty-

"All right r m comln' now" any d7 OU/f4 IN THE six feet long Those who Should

; she UN/TED STATES know say.It weigh nine tons ."
x "I'm ready MI ru ever be. "Mary Josephine Bud, 18 J",
,
\ NOW ON' THE LATE NON. months old daughter of Mr. and :
-Albert Blgelow Paine. $ '
94 YIN/A'41 NA.Q2/S "rEST W Mrs. Q. M. Budd, was burled on
P1 0"e/OA it AX' OA.0 O2/C& roRTVGMss m* Tuesday from the Combs undertaking -
b MAV Of /tR4S jfttJlfS*"' f
fn \ Miami ."
Safety Riding Bicycles MANE/O4' FAC/A/V TiFATZAN1NOrIUlrowF AH/HAL. W l .' rooms,
"This Is surely the season for '
Obey general traffic regulations, OCEAN AT END OFOI/ri Sr.r1- COMPOSSO OF JOl1! However Misses Myrtle .
shower ,
d especially atop signals and traffic ON SOUTH ,OL4'f NdNDe o$ OFVTFC-
and Emma Fitch thinking
Moon
i llgU //U/L T /,,700FO/ osn voe uri e ro.ew w '- I
trifle
the weather man a neglectful
1 Give hand signals when you This Ij Ijone
planned ,an extra.
8 want to atop or turn. '
to fall Mn Booth .
t Always have a warning signal I __?....?...._ ''of it will drive me Inside at ran II,............"...................................--....- Many wa useful articles on a good social '

on your bicycle.Don't j intervals. On this I make note ol time and a sumptuous repast were t
CURRENT Children in Court
ride fast.Don't '
too
those things that I hope will Interest the order of the day The partyassembled ,

to be pulled'alon"hook on" to automobile, [ COMMENTBr I reader of this newspaper,; By Judge Malcolm Hatfleld at the church Ret

I Easy when you know how and I, freshmenta were served at the
Ride with both hands on the HNI,1LININHINN4411,11,1,1NHNI11441HIdQLOR
AGNEW WELSH, Miami follow directions. home of Mrs. Gault"
handle ban. 0 e AND IMMORALITY -"The following letter has been !I
Don't ride '
other passengers on 1 In a certain district approximately received from the publicity department *
I bicycle. So you never had a chance in The melon-colld day have come.
your. forty cent of all delin-
per of the War Loan organization -
lifef Well that' too bad but did
Hive and ,
a headlight, I taillighor t "
reflector on the rear of : ;you ever consider the possibility; Every: activity, every movement' quent children came from home Atlanta: Anna Sykes of
your
where drinking, profanity and Homestead, Dads County from
bicycle at night.Don't 01 making your own "chance"? teems to tend toward governmental -
control, the latest being loose moral prevailed. A* our I her one-tenth acre plot, gathered
coast, especially in tr.mer.Don't In ISM there was born in Natchez, apublic
I schools teach the harmful and
221 crates of fresh tomatoes
report that a national
I apply your brake sudden Miss. I child whose feet never felt
effect of liquor on adults, I 120 craw which netted
ly or too hard. shoe until he was seven and then commission wants the governmentto many shipped
f Give pedestrian the be earned them by selling news establish I national standard ef children Instinctively worry when '1203.S9, She canned 103 cans of
of
right
papers. When the World War began commodity value Are we Nail- they observe their parents drink-I tomatoes, and after deducting her

4 jray Sound he was cameraman for a tying ourselves Soon there will ing. Such children have learnedthat expenses, she has netted I profit
your warning signal when
the parent with a nervous 01 ,"
192.42
I approaching Inter ectlon.. Jacksonville, Fla. movie house be no need of individual Judgment
eat the and constitution may find it difficult -"J. D Redd and wife left on a
-just thing wear
Ride only on streets In which Today he 1* worth a million ands
t traffic light the most popular citizen of the thing and do the thing wean to resist the effects of alcohol. In I trip to South Carolina Tuesday

1 j pllt the right. and close to Paris, France. He seized that wily told to do. Who Wit it that addition to their silent worry they to visit Mr Redd' relatives"

the curb or aide of the road. animal, opportunity, by the snout uttered these wise words: "that frequently lose respect for the par "Henry Brooker left on Tuesday

Look out for car pulling from Instead of waiting for a tall-hold. I people ia best governed who are ent who Indulge! In drink. for Baltimore on a buying trip.
e e e the least governed?" Maybe that I Certain broad minded parents He expect that his brother, Ed,
parking place
to when teach their children that no great will accompany him back.
applied the day
r to
Do I manyof
not pass automobiles aheadof During the tint four month of
us had not become mental crackpota. harm can come from drinking in -"Ralph' Moon I* building a new
1131 Florida commercial and
you manufacturing moderation. Such Individual do house for G E. Allen on the cor.
When driven of can coming firm paid the federal
not take into consideration and Palmetto
I e e e the ner of Krome avenue -
from the rear sound horns to pass, government something over a million fact that moderate drinking in the street"Mrs. "
pull over to the right and let them and a half dollars in employ. It appears that our present profligacy .
home with Albert
coupled "outside"drinking J. A. Sutton and ton,
: pas. ment relief assessment, an increase I* creating a new disease
| may cause a left for visit to relative inOhio
;young manor a
Look out for can which may attempt of 44000. During 1138 that I term spenditl A fine example -
woman to acquire a taste for going on the midnight train
to pa** on your right Dade County paid nearly a million of it was the act of the recent I liquor. The resolution to keep Monday"
Don't turn at dollars into legislature which passed a
or cross Intersection this fund
drinking only within the limit of -"Frltl Fucha has been In the
unless it safe.Dual tea million dollar appropriation
appear I moderation become weak ."
I a* the City Hospital Miami .
weave In or out of traffic, However urgent may be the bill or spending bill if you prefer.fOl' alcohol habit grow strong. -"Lieut. Vernon Leach, who has
cut across streets or turn between they created no appropriationwith
romptlng that lead one to make service returned
seen overseas,
lntt'I'If'Ction. a change of location* he carries which to meet It. They threw I, Sex Immorality i* frequently home to visit his parents on Thursday -

Park your bicycle on the aide- with him a taTpU'jondness" fojtt walk. This will governor and he will have to wet- I
prevent Injury In 1630 of Jf r1-
during the
a group very early yean of Florida City before going overseas -
f to yourself and damage to nurse the offspring. II I* an Increase I
your tans left Dorchester, England, to childhood. It has been definitely ,* (Florida City).
bicycle from automobile of nearly two million ever I
leek greater religious freedom and I proven that many sex delinquentgirls ''Ruby Leach who has a position
FLORIDA SAFETY COUNCIL. the previous biennium fund expiring -
landing In Massachusetts they ,! develop a* the result of lack In the legislature at Tallahassee
Tampa FloridaThe July 1. and the deficit at
y founded a settlement that they of affection in early youth. By has returned home for a two
t the end of 1M1 in I
-- ailed Before, the reach tea million. expected to1'I Indulging! in aexual practice a i months rest She wa formerlythe
e 1939 Conventionof century closed*hey left that rigorous girl Is often able to throw off I'' social reporter on the Miami

Rotarians > cllm.te0 establish a new a e 'i feeling of Inferiority when she is Metropolis" (Florida City).

:rcheter in South Carolina. A Some typographical errors Ire "accepted by an older person. "Miss Marjorie Leach I* the

15,000 Rotarians will gather In i few yean later this colony of 38 really funny, such for Instance, aa head of the Industrial art depart-

Cleveland, Ohio June 1HJ. for the i families again "pulled up stakes" Bruce Henry's story, In a Miami II with marked foreign accent into ment at the Florida State College

>0th annual convention of Rotary and re-located In Georgia where paper, when in discussing a dairy good English. Might help a stuttering for Women and will teach there

International. By plane, by train a i fourth Dorchester village was established exhibit he humorously referred to I' man, too, ehTe this summer" (Florida City).
by auto by ship; from Japan, and a log structure wa a "cow's boudoir" and It appeared 0 e -"T. A. Feaster will leave Friday

from China from India, from erected In 1754 to house the famous In print as "the crow'* boudoir. The opening of short-cut road 23 01 this week to visit relative In

South Africa, from almost every old "Midway" congregation of rust about as funny as the report I to the lower lake region causes the TItiurvill and will then proceedto

country of the world Rotarlaiu that faith. some paper made of a political Palm Beach Sun to note considerable Baltimore and Washington returning -
will gather to elect Inter- e e e speech where the
Rotary1 reporter wrote activity in the sale of large early 'to put In a fall
national officers to vote on legislation That grunt-me-growly columnist "Senator Jones addressed the 1 bodies of land there the Palm crop" (Florida City)

to renew old friendships, Heywood Broun seems to movies in fluent and flowery lan Beach Cate Co. buying; 640 acre. Word has been received that

and to create new one*. think everybody but himself is guage" and It appeared in print I i Sam Fleming, 733; Roy Alspaugh Horace Potter ha been honorably

In view of the strife and disputes wrong: he even takes Shakespeareto "Senator Jones addressed them ''ft Co., gOO, all Belle Glade men. discharged from the army, and 1*

which for many months task. Broun reminds me of the asse*" etc Oh. well, maybe ill]I' now at hid home in OintonvlUe

have threatened to split the world old lady who was watching her waul so far wrong at that J Je J Evidently!: li'loridats cross-state Conn ." (Florida City).

into a series of armed camps, this :rocky ton take apart In a drill and e canal, or alligator wallow a* it has -.J"A. C. Aldrich bas purchased

fathering comes aa something out of step. "There," she ex It baa long been an accomplished been facetiously dubbed, ia not the Henry Brooker place west of

unique not without Inspiration 'claimed "they are aU out of step plan to code cable message by I dead aa a project, but merely ItH,. Florida Qty and will move his

and cause for much reflection. Rotarians except my too, John." feeding them Into a machine that ing. In a Washington dispatch family there very soon." (Florida

from M countries of the e e e I to acramble the word that they Senator Fpper. one, of its chief City).

world, representing almost every' How do I think all these thingsat are made unintelligible; at the receiving !sponsors, la quoted a* saying. "It --Mr. and Mrs. Frank Skin are

known political and religious belief once? you ask. I doG but I, end another mechanism just mean blay. I have five the proud parent of Miss Elizabeth

and peaking MON than a keep a notebook .a my desk OB the I reassembles them In proper order. more year In the aenate to fight Pearl Skill born an Weataesdaymorning.

core of tongues, via gather for porch from which during an entire Now comes the Bell concern with for the canal and Tm going to keep Mn. Tlbbit,!* nunlnf

i Rotary-' international convention. winter1 weather lea than I week I a device that converts the message fighting.- Mrs Skill"r .

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Friday,.. June. 16, 1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Five
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"OUR FELLOW DRIVERS By Mueller[ on sponded a diet lacking differently in ,vitajnlo due Are-I .

amount of the element J
their bodies. It seems well established
however, that bodily stores
of vitamin A win be practically; ,
exhausted after 38 to 41 days. The! I
government tests showed one subject -! I (
required 10 times as much
light as normal see In dim light
at the end of 38 days on a diet de-
ficient In vitamin A, and this sums
rubect required 10,000 tunes at :
much light after 43 days. '"
lack of this vitamin affect the Y
retina, that part of the eye *h>rntecelves I
the Image formed by DM
lens. It Is the Immediate h "*u-
ment "f Fly-tit and connifte *l the brain by the optic nerve. I
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"Side vision" also is seriously Im- a. .1.16
paired by vitamin A deficiency, it tOO MILKS bf J* (Mb
I i was found. This Is the ability to tOO MILES ht $UOIOOO
see objects in daylight far to each MILLS to $1..3
side while the eye Is focused Whe .., "a .1., is ..d h..". lose... I..retie
straight ahead, although not of Gall. for hosifte"of Wo son bwsial
course .as clearly.President rea..N Van",1- Tbe dw n....e.s..W t....%
modiste action Wit It a h".blea....' done d.
lose distance Lbsb"ecal.
Orders Florida The seer le l.w twh..e '
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yes all, hot
Papayas for Royal Pair NI.especially I he efts7ps.pdays :
: all !
Venice Fla, June 15. (FNS)- day I.... .,.. '!
When the King and Queen of England -
sat down to dine In Washington -
their royal repast was more TELEGRAPH CO.
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND
delectable through the serving of .,.
Travelers Soap,serves papayas grown here by CoL W. R. INCOas01AT111PARLEII<
t Drove on his estate.

Til he ftnlslsd .In '1"--=01 know die reason why.** Last week a special order for
the papayas wu placed by President -
Roo.eVelt.ith the statementthat I
their vitamin C potency than Vita-
OF NIGHT they were to be prepared for
VISION
min A, yet they are rich enough !
Their Majesties.' It wu a repeat
In the latter element to be considered -
order from the President, who
recently -
a goodjource by most au-
DRIVERS IS AIDED
thoritlei. received his first order from I

Many persons suffer from here. i I
BY ORANGE JUICELakeland "night blindness" without realizing -
CARD OF THANKSWe I BRANDThe f
it, the government believes.
Government workers who submitted wish to thank our many i '
June IS. Persons to a "guinea pig" test lost their I friends and neighbors for their, Label That Designates
blinded by the.,(tare of approachIng adaptability to dim light slowly, kindness, sympathy and beautiful
headlight while driving It end it required sensitive Instruments flowers during the illness and
night may be suffering from lack to know when a definite death of our husband, father and AMERICA'S FINEST
of vitamin A, and be what the change occurred. brother, James Lawrence King. I 1
federal government calls a "food Everyone Is familiar with the Mrs. Viola J{:. King and son,
drunk," according to research now natural ability of the eye to adapt I Mr*. tola Chalker, AVOCADOS PERSIAN LIMES ;
being conducted by the bureau It'' itself to dim light after a few Mrs. Orio Kelly
home economics. Uncle Sam Is momenta. Persons afflicted with IIADEN MANGOS
suggesting the liberal use of "night blindness" find
I
they cannotso
oranges to cure this deficiency. adapt themselves and see little I [= I t
Oranges are more famed for! or nothing at all. Persons placed
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This is a great increase over sales handled during the same period last year ':


and indicates that the buying public realizes that real estate is the basis of value and profit : t


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, available. You can still purchase desirable building sites on prominent streets and roadsat


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of the committee, aid the latest One of the Two There was a fair maiden .

i y.: SWAN PERRINEGETS site was recommended because it She wa literary but he was not Who considered it fun

i* close to the main line of travel To practice her music
H* had spent a barrpwlng eve
I'" (Continued from Page One) and Is near the municipal recrea- whom Till the dishes were done*
(Continued from Page One) nlllf-dl cUaatna,autton of a
Horn taUied 12 scores to Brook.er' tional center and the improved he knew Nothing, and'their book -Weyburn (tS8sk.'Revl'w.Turner's .
total and its mem-
population Bjr
Anderson
part-of the Carl
6.Secret. city.
of which he knew lew.
, be-nhlp' enrollment
and Paul Reynolds with
,
of Friday nlght'i games served
I not that Presently she asked "Of coul'lle.70U'va
Mr. Swan Mid lead follow Mr. Neafsey on the committee ,
$300,000 ihould find its way Into read 'Romeo and Juliet'?" Funeral Home
....... AB II .H PO A Z Of the ten member present at
the Dad County nab register Ra..sb..._ _..,._ .4 .* 0 0 I I He floundered helplessly for a

I', during the three day of the 1941 := : ..::..:..: : It : : I.. the former meeting president George of the W.chamber Turner moment and then, having a brilliant il-HX AMBULANCE! SERVICE

convention ai delegate will spend thought, blurted out : Lady Attendant
I happily
\ not lea than $10 day and the f: =.: :... ::: I : : : : : was the only one who voted "
per .. .. I've only read 'Romeo'Puraon'L -
... of .I e e against acquisition of the propeity Phone 804-R HomestcAd, Fla.
state at Urge will benefit by the Mull.. .. ..1 1
0/ delegate traveling to and from I C. eulIirso;lt : :. a t t : : eKinard. He laid he I* opposed to city ownership -
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t.? t I eo. 0 of land on which chamber
I. the meeting I Hall, pCavaa .. t t : : t would be located because
property
"It i not going to be any pushover a .:..: aTotals

I fight for Miami to get the I ...t0 a 0 all a .. there future would administrations be no assurance of a differ-that Closing Out Persian Cat KennelsAt

1941 convention by any manner
Harlt.Mtaaratta.. AR ft BH PO It II: ent mind from the present council
X or means," Mr. Swan laid "We! .b ..... 0 4 I a 1 Unheard of Prices
J may have tome stiff obstacle to young;. rf.. ._.... a e e e 0 0 and mayor, would not oust the
[
i. ,FMd IkHarrow. .._._. .._ a I 0 0 0 0 chamber from Its quarter if municipal
''l f overcome before we can bring Ib ...... ...._ 4 I I 0 I 0
\ home that particular hunk oft 0 Campbell M.Andnvon. .__ I I 0 I I need of the property were t '
i af __..Iff 1'" I I 0 I deemed paramount.
t bacon. And we don't want to be ..
Hmkai." ef
.. licked before wa itart Than I R: Campb.ll.afI I ; ::::M .i' t. : I : The chamber appointed a committee -

MrDahM, ......,_ .
!K why It'i ao necessary for Dade Martin, t. I I .e 0 0N I to draw up plan for a Pur*

to lead 1.0.. pJi membership drive for presentation
I County the state In new I 0
t.... _
to the board
enrolled this of director The
memberships week Totals It Is at a t Bred .
J -Miami' bid for the 1941 sessions -I a -U. Campbell;;;;; '' C Wf b:.a to. ans. I committee 1* composed of PRo .

H met with favorable attention 0t7 Mullen Howard Johnson, .'
I Innlnn __-11 I 4 t .
< when Thomas S. Ferguson past Brookes ..._.._. _...... I. 0 I I a 0 I lChandler and William Allen. ,Color ..
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: Hutton ,110.11 I 4 e 0 4 a I .'
} president of the state Mr. Johnson offered the suggestion

tlon, placed It before the Two baaa hlta. Wlltkop, 8 "k.III: t' that the membership drive Bred
bom Ml.tr.ua, .
row; run* O.
," rally of club president oranlza.j bua on ....110H.II .. Caves II. Len start with ground breaking ceremonies ,.
tortes Jn Seattle last tin 'I struck .ul, kr Martin 41 kilo off I for the new chamber headquarter
southeast( Florida's Hall I II ... Innings offs Can I In '\\40 *. He laid the affair should CUnch.!, ,
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M a resort area Is being added the Include an entertainment program -
All BH PO A B
argument that the South'- Importance I Little ., ... .., .._._ I I 0 I a aE and in address by a well kncwo '
to the Democratic party warrants Cainpb.il, ....... 4 I 0Hllaa speaker. fl" .
: .b ,_ I I' I 1 i .
holding the gathering in ........ M.......... I I 'I I 0 .. "
\ the southeast, which has not had TxaVMa.. ... ...- 4 I I Reprimand j',...
1' -... rf .._.. .._ ,.
? 4 I a I 0 '. .
a national Democratic party meet "Hey, waiter! shouted 4V .. \
M MoonIb ,... 1 I Ialmmom. impatient t I Y, \"
'i ing of any kind In more than half .; Ik, = a ( a 1 : diner ;1
J. 1L Moor. u...... t I I *
I a century. Data, s -..._..._... I. I 1 1 "Sorry, Sir we don't IJT a, 4 'r tf .
Throughout the membership wa the waiter' reply hiui.cU /

.i campaign worker have been tryIng Taub.to II 10 U "l "lI ter Evening: New I )l1.., _.. .."' *..,, .. ...<<' .. .- ..!f r: _.r (I1Q' n.
to sign up enough new Young *. Miami AB BH PO A t
rUlllill-1oo IIo-Qlplolltr IW dol.. ctLi.-Woar : ..,__
Wi.tb.rry. Ib a
: Democrat at $1 each to Insure e s I NOTICt OP APPLICATION rC ,
Tunla, la .. I I 1 I I
,\ that Dade County shall retain the P.rrr. :.:..-.... a 1 a : S Ckaptw HUT-TAX Aeta DEED af Illl-Fll. A III, .. 1.'t' ;rI' 1.'I: C

light lead It now holds over Duval B Johnson. Crsk.e. It, ta.._, .*..__ I 1 4 1 | Notice' k .....br .1... that A. M. Klna .. ,;
a I I 0 0 e holder of state tad .
County Tat
: and Hlllsborough counties for the I. Crockett. Or .._ I I I 0 H.. 'iel C.rtlflt.1.
house the nth ..
'r
1 Urgent enrollment in Florida. It PiorM. a ..._..___.... 0 I A. D. less baa filed aaam In"m/or".}. $3 to ?ir
Huuths. Jr" .... ... I 0 0 0 end has nada application
is expected that the three larger H.Mo.! Ib .._.. ...... a 0 0 1w.bh to ba U.tMd for a tax decd
: Counties will have to ..111up C...... .t ..._.._?.... I I 0 braces the. following thanon. described said CartlflcaU property am.In 1 pair ef In...... \ f .
MOO new members each if the Pseoeb, ;: .;:,::: :: f t : r : I .the.....It.county ot Dade. state ot Florida. 1 matron Queen from Baby Grace.:::, I years old at reasonable

tale's campaign quota 1* to be Cu"" rf .._._..._.. .0 0 Wit. Lot II, Blork. Jlu.sbdn. o( price for a good hone*

reached. Toto.._....,-..........." a ii I In Or the j. County Ridge Park.of Dade Plat. Bttta Book of II.Florida.Pan 11,
MRS. RAY FLEMING
Young men and women from 18 The aaiaianjatjt of aald ....rtp
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to 40 old for For". ._,___ .J'.jJJJUJ"1* based ta the.
;year are eligible a S 0 I 7 e all 18 S. W. Third Ave.S. .
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: 49 may join without the privilegeof Three baaa kit Simmons! homo ran. therein aceordlnt.,,to l 'law aoW: the to property Uia hlh.t described bldd.rday I
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Friday, June 16 1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Sevens

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Sam Alexander ha accepted a leave Friday morning to spend the week, vtettrig bet uncle and aunt t
position a* foreman of the service week-end at Avon Park: and to Mr. and Ml* J a H.rrU. in

In and Ground and repnlr department of Bird bring home their son, Hubert and Miami :
Chevrolet Co. Bobby and Frank Hausman. who ,.
have been attending the Epltaopal Mr. and Mn. Frank Irwin had ,
Mrs. Geo. W. Turner Sr. and diocesan camp there. a* a guest over the week-end Miss \
Homestead her daughter, Mia Estelle, left Nellie Goodinj lit Georgetown '
yesterday for Baltimore to visit Mia Alta Webster will leave S. C. .
Mn. Turner son-in-law and Saturday to attend three house j I II
--- -- ... daughter Mr. and Mr*. Noah parties, given by classmate in Virginia Wallace left Sunday: to
Maine and other relative Birmingham Lewiivllle, Ga, and I visit her mother Mr*. E. C. Wale '
Mr. and Mr. Gordon Ivey announce accompanied by Mr*. Florence Greenville Beach after .
S. C. She will be gone lace In Miami .penetIn -
the birth of a nine-pound /Sprague who make her home with Mrs. Geo. Frick and daughter about three week. ( the winter with her uncle {!
daughter, Lou Ann, In the Unlve- them. They plan to spend their Mil Virginia, left Thursday for and aunt Mr. and Mn. J. R. Hick

ity hospital Friday.Mr. winters in Miami. a two-week visit in Jacksonville.. Landon H'ckaon left on Tuesday son, In Nsranja. i'

: for a visit to Virginia\ Beach.
and Mr T. J. Harris and F. S. Scherr and children are Mn. E. Y. Gallaher ten Tuesday Mr. and M-W-; : : Rheiwy: Lad I

son, Tomrjr, and Mr. and Mri. visiting the world's fair in New for Western Reserve University Mr. and Mrs. J E. McClung and, aa guest on Tuesday Mr. an
Carl Deden and IOn. Carl. Jr. will Mr Hewett Cabel of Cavern W.
York. Mr. Scherr eldest on, at Cleveland where she will daughter Rose Marie, will leave *
leave from Miami by boat Saturday I Eugene a Student at the University enter the school of library science. Monday for Eagle Rock, Va. Va., Mr*. Cabers daughter, Elaine,
for Galveilon. They plan to of Pennsylvania, joined thegroup and Mil Fl Rheney of Miami
tour Texas and Mexico.
In Philadelphia M... W. M. Fifleld Mn. B. G. Mr*. Gene Scarborough and
Miss Vera Delk left tat
I Dye and Mn. H. O. Thurman are daughter Joyce, left Thursday for Sunday
Dr. and Mr*. J. A. Smith returned a visit In Blackihear, Ga.
Tuesday from Chicago.j, Mrs. W. R. Bird will leave Monday attending summer school at theUniversity Cordele Ga. ,
where they law Robert Crow. for a one month visit to Jacksonville of Miami. "-- A. F. Andn--dltor; and publisher -
ceive his doctor of dental surgery : and Burtville, La. Mr. and Mrs. lames Coker left of the American Eagle, C*
degree from Northwestern Univer I Sam Hickson I* pending a few Thursday lot:, *., visit to Hot ten FU., called on several friend
sity. Their ion Archer, who wentto I Mr. and Mn. R.'E. Sherard returned day days with Walter Jones in Spring, Ark. 'In Homestead Wednesday when he
...
Miami Beach. .ro.- 'I to visit S. J. Lynch, labora-
Chicago with them I Is now in yesterday afternoon from came
-.-. Mrs. Laban Bishop left Sundayfor technician at the Subtropical
Camp Cloudmont at Mentone, their wedding trip through the tory
state. Mill Jane Gatlin and Miss Irene a visit of several week in Experiment Station
Ala. where he will aerve a* a
counselor and III.I.rd this ium- Jackson left Tuesday for the Presbyterian Wetter, G*. ...
conference in Avon Park.
Mr. and Mr Edmond Watkln ;
FLORIDA CITY
I Mine Esther and Helen Livingston -
pner.Mr. returned Wednesday from. their By Mr. W. W. SeveryMrs. J
and Mr*. Thorn Brewer honeymoon in North Carolina. Mn. Selma Reitx I b pending the I spent the week-end visiting
left Wednesday week with Mrs. Blanche Bishopin i friend on the welt coast -
a stay of aev- .
i Miami Blanch Chapman entertained -
j
eral week in Henderson vllle Tf.C .
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Mr. and Mr*. Wai. Folllard returned !I Mr. and Mrs. Francis Irwin who the F. L. T. Club Tuesday:
Wednesday from a vacation Mr and Mn. James Hardy and ,,now live In South Miami, were evening at her home in Florida
spent la Minnesota.son children James and of Mr. and Chas. T. After
A. F. Arthur returned Friday Jenny, left i guests : City. an enjoyable eveningpie
from visit In Lewes Del. He also j Tuesday for Shellman Ga., when ruchs, Jr., on a :'* fishing and tea were served member
visit his Rudolph, will leave Sundayto they will spend the summer. 'trip over the week-end. and guest Present were: Mr*.
paid a to ion, Bill who I* I
a cadet at Annapolis. spend several day in Jackson Cora Belle Grlnold Mrs. H. a
ville. Mr. and Mri. H. C Nichols will Miss Louis Harris spent last (Continued on Page Eight)

Mn. C. W. McEwen will leave
Sunday to visit her son-in-law and I
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. I \
Muencb in Sprlngfineld Mo. I
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Miss Ethel Nixon left Sunday ar
for a visit of several weeks in !!

Akron, O.
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Geo. E. Deuel plans to leave | '
soon, for a visit in Vermont. I I :
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and Mrs. A. M. Logan will !
lave today for a one-month visit J t "'

In Georgia. I 1 '
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Misses Charlotte and Anne I
Leadley have sold their Redland ,
home on West Bauer dive and I 910 J
me
have returned to Staten IslandOWNERS I f

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PROTECTION should be provided
I against destructive termites by
proper insulation at time of building.A :
I strip of metal-copper, copper
Iron alloy or similar material-should
be installed between the foundation I I :
I and the wood construction. The strip Today' HomeIs
, should be bent down and out to forma
I drip. This prevents entrance of the 'i
posts at the moat vulnerable point.
i Metal frame are advisable for

basement complete.windows If wood to frames make are protection essential > '

I paint, application will afford of some a durable protection exterior I Wrapped in SecurityCome i


Q.Suggest method and formula
for painting new galvanised Iran.A.-
Since surface conditions make paint
adhesion difficult, brush thoroughly in and let us tell you how you can have a home "wrapped .
with solution four ounces copper tub -
fate capper Chloride or copper acetate up in security" with an FIIA Insured Loan.
dissolved IB gallon of water.
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This plate out thin deposit
:
roughening surface paint will stick. = We will be glad to explain how you can build a home to fit jour =
When surface la dry brush lightly .
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and rinse with water after which EE
apply paint family-on a financing plan to fit your budget. _
Or better yet allow metal to = xo
weather several months until surface 4
bag roughened sufflcltntly to receive And well help put your loan through-whether you want to --

paint Experience recommends paint earn. build a new home or remodel your present one. -
posed. of U parts soft paste red lead,
It part raw linseed all one part
turpentine, one part liquid drier because
of Its great adhesive and mat

Inhibiting C-How qualltta can we get rid ef earthworms I I
without killing cur grass 4s- W. D. HORNE CO. Inc.
'Apply arsenal* of lead In proportion i
.ef I pounds to each 1.000 si*, ft ef
lawn May ke mixed with water end
sprayed oa with watering can er LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL J
mixed with dry sand and applied la
like manner. Phone 507-J Frank L. Skill, Owner Homestead, Fla.lii''if'n.rA -- E EIillllilllg11111111111
Rowe owners renu s.ee I rill r-
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r ELECTRIC SERVICE WITH SAFETY _


'e"Mmes 1: I TM'' 'I...... ere....... d arueoe ........... br the ,_ I ATTENTION!

I '
i totiult At
t.'i receive equipment without any 1U affect attlT'e sake, It la rood practlee to la such eases, sufficient light I*IraperatlTe .
1 Under particular circumstances, I dry the hands before handling a*> and the only practical way
v however, shocks on be dangerous pllnnce connected to the circuit To to get the light t* by means of an Avocado and Citrus
I < land it b Important to keep these make sore thai this rule la followed, extension cord Such cordi. however -
C r; .I Circumstances la mind and to scold the beat plan la to aroid mini appliances should b* of sturdy character
r."" tbm. la location where water
: } -1)I, The amount of thock one recelree exists, inch ae close to the bathtub .' GrowersWe
. 1 when hi touches a piece of defee"itlve or very close to the kitchen ,
I ; equipment depends upon how link. The general rule should be to
-1i
.' ,, food his contact It ana the path of tie appliances far enough away I II
the current When hand are wet from water faucets so that one cannot 7 I Il
: 11 the Contact It much better than touch the faucet or the water, j I4- ctiF are now stockingURAMON:
t and (he appliance at the same time
: t
:1' *" ---'- "' -. '
. _,r : ': llortrlr fixtures la bathrooms,
, I( .'.... '" which arc within arm'a reach,should .
I' be of porcelain or other Insulating
material. The handles of wall
I r I I, f.. ., switches, the flYr plates for such A new form of .nitrogen that
: switch and the cover plates for
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convenience outlet should also tie I does not leach from the soil
of lnsulatlm,met.rial. Pendent
t. sockets made olfwiltuinf; materialsare 11,1 as fast as some Inorganic
\ preferable, the metal types electrical .ppu.no nover should
forms of nitrogen. Ask about
! If In damp liKMjaji4)r In the vicinityof used In the .Ihlub.

t water. tom, WtU and preferably rubber-sheathed,and I the price of this new form of
Moist basementi, cellars the: socket should be made of in '
earth floors and uuderhouie locations sulatlng material with BO metal plant food.
1 generally are places where parts expoaed. A substantial guard .
Yt: { care would be taken la the me of should be Died around the lamp
a electricity. Eros la dry basement bulb. The cord vied should carry
there la frequently a quantity of he label of Underwriter Labora-
rounded metal preeent In the formof arles and should be watched for injuries -
pipes wash tuba heating equip which may have Injured t1l.In'l&latJoa.1t Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co
ment etc. around which care must there Is any poeaiblllty .
b, observed UDder-house locations of copper conductors becoming ex- ,
txteftelM lamp .re's fp und.r.h.u-e frequently are not properly lighted, rased, the cord should b* replaced.these FRANK B.RUE.MGR. I
t .u,e..r wed garage MM _uH a* ...... and when good light la eoassary, If precaution are observed,
_......lhM ..* l.... swords around extension cord Bait he resorted to extension cords eau be tied in MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER
r the Lips. It 1* worn out and Improperly assembled basements and other ander-bons
cord which are responsiblefor or outdoor location with, perfect HOMESTEAD FLA.
t when dry because water
they
are
the occasional accidents :which safety. The same precautions ,..
li a good conductor of electricity.
occur.
larding the choice and care of cords
It the Insulation of an appliance and Accidents are sometimes reported for extensions apply to the cord of
Its cord are kepi la good seaditios.MNwNwNNN.ww.NNNNNNNrN ,.where extension cord have been I portable electrical tool. LWWSAAAAAAAAAAV

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Seattle. Mr*. Harry D. Wolfe, Mri. r
\ Lena Brickley. Mn Anna Metier- atF
mil, Mn W. D. Mahan, Mri Corrie -
l I. : McCullough Mri. Florence Fa
cett!. Mn. 0. C. Radford and sister .
) Mn R. W. Mullins, Dr. Irene
Shanklin Mn. Ralph Moon, MriX. V'dpi.' a .. ya
\ i, S. Capllnger and the hostess
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1 Mn and Mn. Paul Haley are entertaining -
friend from Georgia.

!f t Bobby and Emory Brandenburg
V I left Monday for Georgia to visit
!It'? their paternal grandparent during -
I the aununer
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I Mr. and Mri. Burley Dendy and
: laughter, Jean wilt move to r
Homestead.

Little Earlene Wlllli was taken
t to the Kendall hospital In a serious -
condition a* the result of
wallowing kerosene. ,
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I \ Mri. W. T.Willis spent the weekend -
In Miami visiting her ion and

II 1'I, daughter _

Mr. and Mn. Harry Defiler, Jr., e[
r( :. left Wednesday-for Toledo, O. VIA 0

I I Mr. and Mri Herbert Hunter
\' and ion. Milton, left last week tovisit Air-
relative In Ohio. JJ
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Little Cecelia Tomaist entertained -
a group of her little friends
I, on Monday to celebrate her eighth
birthdayJACKSOMVTLLE'S.
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A home of your own is no longer an at ran1I0mes can be remodeled, too-with FHA In-

) .00 ague gance, but a sound investment-In comfort as sured Modernization Loans. These loans are

well as security. being made for home, farm and business

Insured Loans up to $5,400 may finance as much property. Lots of comfort can be built Into an

as 90 per cent of the total appraised! value of the old home: new floors, new plumbing, lighting,

LEADING HOTEL house and ground The interest rate is limited rooms redecorated. or the house itself can be

61 ae..dn. mwbmA by law. Monthly payments are figured to suit remodeled: rooms enlarged or added a porch

p individual income. Very much like paying rent built, a new wing Payments are made month-

SUMMER I .maI' iCOMFORT **"* except that the monthly payments make you ly, suited to income, over a conveniently long
showed.... eta s-a w MMtJUxWTnill r the OWNER of your home. period. Consult us for details and help.

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MRS. L L. BOW TELLS UNIVERSITY MRS. JEWEL BIOOKER HOMESTEAD P. T. A. COMMITTEE HEADS ,

CLUB OF CURRENT "BEST SELLERS" I WEDS Mrs WALTER Jewel Mae EGGERS Brooker o. ARE ANNOUNCED BY PRESIDENT BIRD ':

Homestead and Walter Ecgen: of -

Mr: t. L Bow o| the municipal lion Miss Esther Done, Miss Emily Miami were married Saturday af.MOIl Announcement of the appointment Hams; publicity, outside Mrs. T.

library", tint guest speaker o. the Jones.. Mrs. Geo. Polk; membership In H.Fort Lauderdale by of the 'following. HomesteadP. J. Faust; recreaatlon, Mrs Adrian
Anderson.
newly formed University Club, Mrs. B. (i. Dye, Mrs Flfield Judge Boyd TAi oemmlttee iibalrmea is Jacobs; room mother elementary,
poke M currant "bt sellers" at a Miss Jewel Turner; program, Miss Mn. Egger I Is a sister of MayerTom Mn Paul Reynolds; room mother,
meeting held at the home el 14.... Bertha NU1 Hamman, Mist Helen flarrl and Mrs. Carl Peden made by President W. It. Bird: hieU' school, Mra Frank Irwlnj student -

Willard Fif old Wednesday eve Blxter, Mrs. Ben AfCMrMrl.. Lo.- and a daughter of Judge T. J. By-tows, Me.Julian II. Webster; aid, Principal B. M. Hlndman; j

lIin,. nit Hood, Mrs E. B. Blackburn; Harris of Houston Texas. Sbe cafeteria Mrs. W. R. Anderson; study course Mn. Geo. N. Wake-
has lived in Homestead and Miami finance and budget, Mrs. E.: J.
publicity, Mn. Theo J. Biter Mrs.
Among the non-flclloo books
Richard Hutt, Miss Elinor Payne, for the past twenty-five yean. Dy l;; Florida ParentTeacherMagazine field.Mrs.
the recommended: for summer Mr. C Hagler Rice; Lamar Dickinson was elect.ed
Mrs. Frank Hausman; finance'; Mr. Eggers: Is from CIncinnati
Medina were "Reaching for tbSUn" health, Mrs. Jane Netbllt; hospitality historian and Mn. Ben "I<''''r.'parllame'tarl&n. .
Mrs. Geo. D Ruehle, Mr*. W. R. and Miami.
by Nora W ln, "Suwannee tin. A. F. Arthur; library .
River" by Cecilia Bulse Natschat, Bird,, Mrs. James Bird, Mrs R. J. They are at present living la Mrs, C. J. Penman; membership, The chairmen el"ted> fey the
Elliott Mrs, Paul Reynolds social,
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and \ Southerner Discovers the Homestead. Mr O. L motion i
o. Murray picture officers and principal Tit* ether
Miss Elino Payne Mist HelenDaniel
South" by Jonathan Daniel Miss Alene Vercoe, MiaeMarare' Robert Hester; music, Mr*. [officers are: Mr*. M. F White,
:Worthwhile new book ot fiction Ames Mrs. Howard i EARLY DENDY MARRIES Margaret Mills: National Parent- first vice-president; Mn. PrestonB.
sh* said art: "Grape of Wrath"by MISS KEBA ROCKER Teacher Magazine Mr*. T. II:. Bird, second v -Pl6kkot1tiM ;
Johnson, Mrs. JuHan H. Webster.
John Steinbeck, "The VearUn, I IMI'I. Mini Reba Jean Mocker ot Kirby; program, E. B. Blackburn: *, Geo. D. Ruehle, secretary" ;
by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, Present were: Mrs. HIndman, Homestead and Early: Seawright publicity, inside Miss Motile Wil- and Mn. W. II:. Rheney treasurer
"The Tree of Liberty" by Elizabeth Hausman, Mrs. Flfteld Mn. i
Dendy of Miami Were married ---- ---
Page "The Great American Nov1 l" Ruehle, Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. W. R,
Thursday night of last week In the MISt WHtTAKER GIVES REDLAND
LADIES' AID
by Clyde Brlon Davis, "Lust for Bird Mn. James Bird Mrs. Hood,
court house l is Miami.
Life'* by Irving Stone and "Eachto Mrs Archer Miss Hausman Miss Dude County RETORT OF CONVENTION HAS PROGRAM ON PEACEA
The bride is daughter ef :Mr. 1
a At the meeting of Royal Poln-
the Other" by Christopher La Payne Miss Ames and two guests, program on peace was ..1Vt'ftby
and Mrs U F Rocker ct Owens-
rare, Mrs. Bow and Mrs. E. U Hook, Sr. clana Grove Woodmen's Circle
boro, Ky She was graduated from held at the home of Mn. W. D. the Redland' Ladles' Aid on
Flfield
mother of Mn.
Mn. B. MjO Hindman, president, the Davis County High School at Coker June t, Miss Pearl Whit- June S it the home of Mr. and Mrs.
announced new committee mem- Mn. Frank Hausman and her Owensboro and, to Homestead *
came aker delegate to the state convection Thomas Brewer. Mrs. It J Arm
The stand daughter Miss Bertha Nit Noun '
bership appointments. from Owensboro two
;year of the circle held at Lakeland,
will be hostesses at the next strong acting president vn the devotional
Ing committees, she said are now man
composed of the following: *ducaA. meeting July 12. ago.Mr. reported that t. meeting was a part of the program*, gave
Dandy a son of :Mn. E. F.I success and that 140 application
I. "The Call to Peace" by Mrs Ida
Dendy of N. W. Seventh street for'
membership throughout, the B. Wise Smith, national presidentof
t. DAVIS MARRIES I Arts Society Homestead, and a graduate of state were announced by ,Mrs. the W. C T.1.. Mr*. Anna
MISS MARTHA BUTT When they return from a trip Homestead High School Ha is Abbie Holden, new state manager.
Mea enlln/tlt, Mr: Frank Stlllman
Alton Leon Davta ot. Gould and through the state they will reside employed In MIami Also she told of the joint meeting! and Mrs. Armstrong read articleson
Mine Martha Elizabeth Butt of In Coral Gables. Mr. and Mrs. Dandy are residingat with the Woodmen of the World .

Miami were married at the parsonage 1003 S. W. Fifteenth avenue, and described the parade. peso* ,
The society wlU meet la the
of the White Temple REDLAND CLUB TO HAVE: Miami. The next meeting of the circle churcb on June 22.
Church at 2:30 o'clock: Sunday af- LUNCHEON FRIDAYA will be held Thursday night at the

ternoon by Dr. Ciena James, pastor covered dish luncheon of the MRS. GATLIN HOSTESSTO home of Miss WhlUXer LOCAL GROUP ATTENDS

ot the church. Redland Home Demonstration AUXILIARY Officers of the circle are: PAST PRESIDENTS'! PARLEY

Mn. Davis, a daughter of Mr. Club will be held next Friday at Mn. B. E.: Gatlin was hostess to guardian, Mrs. Ruth Godwin; past Mn. Edward Norman Jr Mrs.

and Mrs. Arthur Leroy Butt of the home of Mrs. Seymour Dane. the Presbyterian Auxiliary at her guardian, Mrs. Annie) Martin; adviser Harold Sheffield, Mn. Wnv. J.

MiamI. wore two-tone dress of .,"""'h""", ,,,,_?__,,,",",,,,,XNMYNIMNI, horn on June B. Mrs. J. M. Hol. Mn. Frances Coker; finan- Geronimo, Mrs Frank Rue and
grey made redlgot style with a ferty conducted the Bible study. cial secretary, Mrs. Ruth Jernlgan; Miss Ruth Fox attended a Test
birred waist and accessories of The Calendar Those present were: Mrs A. F. banker. Miss Whitaker; chaplain. Presidents' Parley covered dish

fuchsia. Her corsage was of or- .N...,,_._....".."_".._...."N...._' ,11p Darling, Mrs. R. JL Kinard, Mrs. Mn. Florence Paccttl; attendant, luncheon at the home of Mrs. Edward -
chide. Paul Haley. Mn. J. R. Hickson Mn. Alice Walters; assistant T. Parkinson in Coral Giblet
Mrs. Davis brother-in-law and June ID.-Meeting of Ad Aitra Mrs. Ceo. Harris, Mrs. H. S. Wolfe tendant, Mrs. Pearl Cooper; at-I on Wednesday.

sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Smith, Chapter of O. E. S. Mr R. E. Trotter Mr*. W. Y tors, Mrs. Balms Martin, The Dade County council ef the
were the attendents. Mrs. Smith June 16.-Episcopal Church Burr Mrs. Holferty and Mia Eula Annie Martin and Mrs Pacetti; Legion Auxiliary wlU have a covered

wore a white ensemble with a Auxiliary benefit supper and careparty Ray. Inner sentinel, Mrs. J. K Whitaker; dish luncheon at +the\ r,;>c1)o
at home of Mrs. R. L. Scott I
corsage of pink and blue flowers. June 11l.-8oclal meeting of -- (outer sentinel Mrs. Clara Thompson I nut Grove hall on next Tucday,

Other attending the weddingwere Junior Woman's Club. Mn. Bruce Ennla was hostess ata ; and reporter, Mrs.. Coker. it was announced.

: Mr. and Mrs. Butt A. T. June 19.-Pot-luck dinner meetIng sawing bee at her home on Tuesday '

Davit and Harold Fritz. of Homestead B. P. W. C. lit evening. Those present were .. : tIM l
Mr. and Mn. Davis left immedi- Hospitality House at 6.30. Mrs. Robert Darling, Mn. Ovid .HDRUQsTO, 1i.

ately after the ceremony for a June 20.-W. M. S. circle meetings Sullivan, Mrs. Aiuel Barrow and "

trip to North Carolina. They will with Mn. J:. E. Atkinson at Mrs.Harold Oxford. t
be at home to their friends after Royal Palm State Park.
June 20 In Goulds where) Mr. June JO.-Meeting of Woman's The study claw of the Woman' THE DIXIE DRUG
Davis to In business Club of the Redlands. Club will meet Friday at the

June 22.-Meeting of Redland home of Miss Jennie Lobdell.i \

JOSEPH BLACKER WEDS Ladies' Aid at church. JACK POLK HOWARD JOHNSON

IN COCONUT GROVEMr. June 23.-Meeting of study class HOMESTEAD FLORIDA

and Mrs W. M. Brodie on of Woman's Club with Miss Jennie Phone I* and 11
Wednesday attended the marriage Lobdell. V.'

of Mr. Brodle's grandson, Joseph June 28.-Meeting of Jennie. i'S't-J'U s.k6f1 50 dose bottle
Eggere Blacker, and Miss Marguerite Lobdell Circle.
E. Gillespie in St. Stephen's June 80.-COvered dish luncheon CARBONATES BISMA-REX .

Episcopal Church in Coconut of Redland Home Demonstration COMPOUND -'
Grove. I Club with Mrs. .Seymour The four nay

The ceremony wa performedby Dane. 59* "UeffGracWo 5tJ? .....
Dr. Benjamin W. Soper-in the I July 3.-Fourth of July dance lladc"d.! tiV. ;
presence) of relatives and friends sponsored by Junior Woman's Alkslise te prevent i
Dr. Club at Country Club. / chemical eTerbalaac* j !Dill SIII/IIMJ
Ralph E. Roth played the nuptial !
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July 8. Covered I "'h.tlleldl"threatens I ; "
music. dish luncheon jJ.}
The bride was graduated from of Legion Auxiliary with Mrs. Ed. IplMJf-. ( Real! Fountain Syria i'
Irk soa8etg1
ward Norman Jr.
Southern College In Lakeland and "
attended the University of Miami. I July 12.-Meeting of University i kos Nee Gypsy
She I is a member of Lambda Phi Club at home of Mn. Frank Haua r claw 4fea ueu,With MN. YI/
ororlty.y man. PMnoneot Va, r* .,.. "' K
par to handle and look lontft
The bridegroom Is a Coral 5O'ssunburn "
I 12. CasradtJr
We
Gables architect He. was graduated e11 moos, renommml/t :

from Miami High School, attended CHARMING GUEST HOUSE Shelton Tbermlqae Crequlgaole Wrist Watch "
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Ohio State University and turn CM ..... Wave VltIScIssCr sy Dial Is .. I

the Uuniversity oi Miami, and Re ILe1 West& Sommosbis Raise Lust theses Tl.l. MaHxD CM. to.." !
was graduated from the University MEL W. A. SCOTT MlMHLICC'S SunTan Oil twitr2lcn; | I

of Florida. He is a member of MS CU.t.,t since sr/staL .. .. .'
Phi Alpha fraternity and the Fine A.|MT|||.. N. C. BEAUTVPARLOR 50 0.t ditch'

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t Page Ten THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE \ Frinay, June 16, 1939


i Sales at School Cafeteria Total Groceries meats ,_ 791.14


I !, I. : $5,145.16, Annual Report Shows Vegetables Bakery __, 19088 13989, e,;! ",

Social Events I -- Dairy 267.96 te'
I Cash sales at the Homestead P. candy, Ice cream 897.80:
I T. A. school cafeteria this put cookies 11117 Power and fueL 09.50
I year totaled 15,145.10, accordingto JJalry __ 2S4.M: Miscellaneous 97.94 .1
JOINT HOSTESSES GINS Mrs Wolfe announced that the the financial report mad by Ice cream ___ 39J.B9 Salaries 5S7.80: *orl
I ,> PARTY FRIDAY lodge would have charge of the In- Mr*. J. M. Forte, cafeteria manager Power and fuel 04.00 Ice 31.81; ';:
.BRIDGE and Mrs W. R. Anderson, Miscellaneous 12.00 :
i j, .' airs. John 1. Scarborough andMrs' Rebekah cafeteria chairman. The cafeteria Salaries 494.40 Total dlsbureementa.$2fJOU8

r, K. Scarborough were hostess July 11. A report of the memorial If run on a non-profit bails. Ice ....._,..,_. 30.23 Balance, cash on hand__ 80.40
"' at a bridge party at the home services was given The report for the first ...me.ter .- Profit for year _______ 10,40
0!'Mrs. John X* Scarborough Friday Dr. Irene Shanklln and Mrs. which ended Jan. IT, read M :Total 'dlsbursement$2,41o.20Balance Approved by "
r Wolfe served cookies and ice follows: cash on hand, Mrs. Ben Archer, President .'
evening. cream. Cash on hand at beginningof end Mrs W. R. Anderson, Chairman
of semester ___ 7.08
..In. J. A. Webb the high
won semester _, I 60.00 Mrs. J M. Forte, Manager
More prize; Mrs. R. R. KInard, the VISITING LODGE FOLK Receipt The report for the second semester -

+ f second score prize, Mrs. Joel J. GUESTS AT SUPPERMr. Cash sales for period 2,373.28 which, for the cafeteria, WANT ADS PAY .-
Robinson, the low score prize and and Mrs H. B. Beattle, Mrs. (Average monthly closed May 26, Is as follows:
Mr'i. Claude Campbell the cut Cora Grtnold and C. P. Grlnold, sales $605,87)Total Cash on hand at begin

: jfrlie. South Flagler avenue, entertainedat cash _____2423.28 ping of semester, Feb. M 7.08 .. '.
Quests 'Vert Mrs. H. Schau- a pot luck supper a number of Disbursements Receipts .
t ''tferger., Mrs. J. D. Perkins, Mrs. participants in the memorial services Provisions Cash sales 2,771.88 LearnTo J 1
I ,Russell Home, Mr*. A. O. Cain, of Homestead Lodge, No. 29, Wholesale (Average monthly : ,
Mn. H. 'C, Nichols Mrs. Geo. D. Independent Order of Odd Fellows, stores _161.23 sales $600)Total '

RuVhM, Mrt. Preston B. Bird, Mrs. and Liberty Lodge, No. 46, Order Groceries, cash _____$$2,77S. .I
Dance
C l' Monroe, Mn Stanley WlttVop of Rebekahs, Sunday night meats (67.88 Disbursements : ]
,, I ,Mrs. Robert Glenn, Jr.. Mrs. The guests, all of Miami were:I Vegetables 143.21 Provisions : '
It.M.Walker Mrs. F. A. Buchanan Mr. and Mrs. Arch Vermenlon Bakery J7J.88 Wholesale \
MH. J. I:. MeClung Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mn. Lawrence Wright, I School supplies, stores _1 IIUI Gain Grace
Morris' Mrs. Vannle Harris, Mn. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Witt, Mr. and ;
H. Pierre McDanleU Mn. Webb, Mrs. W. A. Brooks, Mr.' and Mn.I'
She brought large cake decorated Acquire Poise
Scouts andSelfExpression \
Mrs. Kinard Mrs. Robinson and W. E. Sunderland Mr. and Mn. "The Star Spangled Bann.r" i
10 we celebrated the fact that wehad and "Tapes"When I
Mrs. Campbell Ralph ChronIster, Mrs Minnie A.,'
been to the for
coming key i
.. \ ., King, Mn. Esther E. Zearley, Mrs. about six years. It was also the we returned to camp several ,
LIBERTY REBEKAH LODGE TO Emma Cox, Mrs. Settle Swartz, groups practiced their stunts
h \' INSTALL IN COCONUT GROVE: Mn. Mildred White, H. J. O'Neal,: Skill wedding and anniversaries Mrs. Parman.of Jerry Mra. and we retired. ATEvelyn :

/%, ,Jfy e Liberty Rebekah Lodge pre- W. E.: Hawkins Willis Baxley, alto brought ui tome large Haden After breakfast on Monday all :
,
\ s''r>td Mrs. O. C. Radford, junior J. B. SwarU Q irt Sniffen and P. mangos. The Sherwoodi had finished their handicraft work.
Ii deputy president, with a gift of M. Levi and son. Junior. brought After that we were busy making Cooke
j ut some mangos early In .
}II money In a candle light ceremony the week. skits and plays for the evening
.. Monday evening conducted by the "What ma?" program. The Spiral patrol :St udio of Dancing
'I: ( pail deputy presidents, Mrs. Harry "Are you spitting In the fishbowl Saturday morning the life guards dramatized the song, "I'm Going
4 I' D. Wolfe, Mrs. Blanche Chapman ?" came back and we left about 10 to Leave Old Texas Now." Barbara ;
) and Mrs. H. B. Beattle, assisted by "No, but I'm comln' pretty o'clock on a hike! <<: to the lighthouse.On .' Jean Smith and Jolyne Mock Miami, the Redlands and now;
r' the officers of the lodge. close."-Ex. the way down we found a of the Wanderers patrol tap la Homestead at '
note In a bottle, but It was so danced to the tune "Shortenln'

!' i Mrs. Frank Skill Takes Girl Scouts I Ij the faded girls It couldn't walked be to read.the other Some aide of gave Bread."an The"Asklt Nickernut Basket patrol Ema j lIospitalityllouse i E

I of the Island. MM. Skill told West Mowry Street
us a
j ::1 For Annual Vacation '1 fciscayne'Key I story about the lighthouse, and Jean won Sherwood the prize. of Ardel Biscayne Parman Key i
and Jim :
one of the life guards, told tap danced, and Ardel Anne
j Br Wan Keener, AnivShackleford After rest hour we hiked to the us some stories. We ate dinner Rheney, Barbara Miller and Mary :Classes will meet every Monday -;
sad Dora Scott barn and coconut factory. At the about twelve and afterwards had Suber sang some songs. One of : and Thursday morning .

.' Girl Scout Troop 15 after arriving coconut factory-we used I patent! rest about hour. We left the lighthouse our life guards, Harold Bee, tapped All Types
2 o'clock. of
Dancing
early to pack all the groceriesand coconut husker. and did stunts. Mri. Skill Dora Taught [
\, rolls on the W. D. Home truck, On Thursday some of the girls On the way back we found two Scott and Ann Shackleford gave :. Tap, Acrobatic, Ballet I
left_the home of our captain, Mn. found nickernuts while walking turtle neits. We also found a a skit Our other life guard, Jim Ballroom, Toe :
I: Frank Skill, Tuesday morning at around. We had an extra long Chinese god. When we came home McCain, directed garnet. The Sea : Ages of pupils-Three Yean -
l 8:43 for Biscayne Key. We arrived swim after rest hour because we all were In favor of a iwim. Grape patrol had us all join the Through High School -
i ,( at the Hugh M. Matheson missed our morning period. After After it was dark the boys Initiated "I Know" Club. Those present .
,j private dock on the Miami River supper, when we were playing the girls Into their club, but who were our guests were: Mr. : Special Ballroom Class g
at-the Second avenue bridge at games some of the gUIs.suid the 'the boys regretted It very much 'and Mn. Geo Gordon, Mrs. Sherwood for high school students every
10:45.: life guards,,"jolned the choir" and because there were two of them Ema Jean, Nile and Denton Thursday night at 7.30 o'clock = .(
I Out rolls were put on the bow "whispered to the corpse." Then and twenty of us, and before the Sherwood and Robert Shelton. All
by the truck driver and the two the life guards told ghost Initiation was over there quite a I We got up very early and rolled Instruction under the personal --
ilfe"tuards." We waited about half On Friday morning most.torlel'j few "charter members." our things and cleaned up. Although : direction of
an"hour for Captain Stoddard and girls finished their We were allowed to sleep lateron we were waiting for the A Graduate EVELYN COOKE f" f
the1 Other passengers. After clamoring work. We went swimming early Sunday and had a late break- truck at 7 o'clock we did not leave Masters of of The Dancing
for a place to sit on the stern, so the life guards could spend the fast The life guards consented to until 8. America, Inc. ;
wt,", Itched the Miami skyline disappear night In Miami. We hiked to the dry the dishes. It rained as we were coming
while eating our nosebag 100 and on the way home we Today was Llbby' birthday so Sack. We ate breakfast on the CLASS INSTRUCTION
lunches. We were introduced toour'.life stopped to Inspect. stormproofhouse. we woke her up by singing "Happy 'Ste per lesson or $4 per month :*
guards, Jim McCain andHMl4ld It Is built on the highest boat.W
; Birthday. For dessert we had a E. Rheney took some of the : '
Bee '. spot on the Island. They dug until large birthday cake. girls home but the rest came back .Private lessons arranged on it,
: After docking at Biscayne Key they came to the first formation I i request t '
After lunch 141'1. Sherwood and J on the Home truck under the can-
we were transported to of rock so that It could be an-
our green '
.
Mr. Gordon, caretaker of the vas. We arrived home tired and
ana wniie cabins oy station wagons chored. It has an outer and inner f,THE STUDIO 1
sion, took us to the Matheson sleepy but happy and we are lookIng HILL REMAIN
and.our baggage was brought in a wall and Is two stories high. The// sion. In It are beautiful man-I' forward to next year's trip. I OPEN THE ENTIRE TEAR +
; truck. first floor Is for the colored people )
liers and a room'ot armor, Those going were: Mrs. Frank
I There was quite commotion In and when the water gets too high
; settling who was to sleep where. they can come up to the second and many antique things. Skill Mrs. C J. Parman, Libby .
girt Skill took the dining room story through a trap door. also refined beeswax by electricity. Skill, Jerry Refit, Barbara Jean I"Dr. Leonard W. Haskin '\
I' When we returned from th.1 j[Smith, Dora Scott, Ann Shackle-
table; Libby, the work table on the When we first entered the too
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t ilaul.Ild.e B l tl
ford M
t'
mansion at 4 Margaret
swim and
(, porch; and RIM Parman, a cot on we saw the alligators. Then we a was enjoyed. Betty Stlllman, Fie"sw 8" Booking IIGLASSES
; porch. The other girls found saw many beautiful birds,,parrots, After supper "ScouU" Own" was Jolyne Mock, Betty Gatlin, Ardel
places on the floor. All macaws and canaries. held on the beach. After the group Parman, Betty Bailey, Marion Edmonds -
f 'ftoms were taken so that the We also saw the nursery. Atone sang several songs Mrs. Skill spoketo Suzanne Brown, Ann Hick- 14111.RM.M, ||,..C..dra..dvntmvvwvmTtv.. IHml, Fta.Cvmt .
.'S had to sleep In the next time before Commodore W. J. us about good sportmamhlp. son, Mary Suber, Barbara Miller, c..._ 'T__
cabins* Matheson died he established a too We closed by singing "Hall Jo the Vida Clark Vara and Anne .
We were surprised tov see the and nursery which-Is noted for its Rheney and the two life guards, '
improvements In the cabin. The famous and rare plants and animate r Harold Bee and Jim McCain. .Y4

f ald... bad been painted and ImI from all over the world. In
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I >proved., After eating the remains his win. the commodore left a DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST 1
of all nosebag lunches, some of I clause stating that there was to be GLASSES iTo YOU GET
a caretaker for both. In the
the girls walked on the beach. nur- '
Later we chose patrols-the sery are very rare orchids of all Open' ,
Splrula Margaret Stlllman, Betty I varieties, the adonaonla digital I' Office. Hours: .. ... te 0 ,. IB.Sondayi Yew EXPERTBARBERING
Gatlin. VIda Clark Ann Hickson: ,which has a beautiful flower t to It Eyes
and Vara Rheney the Sea Grape, I hanging from the tree like para Closed Saturdays'
Betty BaIley, Betty Stlllman Mary 'chutes, and the ersthrime
Saber Libby Skill; Nickernut .kee bean. Chero-I 1 Free Parking Space
,\ Anne Rheney, Suzanne Brown, I When we returned
Ardel Permian Barbara Miller, hike we found Jerry Refits at ho> 174 N. w. JIm BT. MIAMI 1
std Marion Edmonds; and the : 01.1 PH II.I1U :AT

Wanderers, Jolyne Mock. Barbara Step e""*u>iie Shoo ... epee,(ft
SJnlth. 'Dora Scott and Ana TROUBLE time to KNOWI A* MmiMtiM
SharkleforijThtre I wit Mt Why .UH ''BUSH'SBARKER

was a debate on how the STOMACH DR.M.A.BER6ERDentist
dRhes should be washed-by patois Dr. B. F. StebbinsDr.
or by Individuals-and the Effectively treated !
irfcHvlduals won. L. W. Stebbins
by Chiropractic
','On, Wednesday after breakfast I 1228 w. latter SC MJaasi
SHOPN.
ad camp capers, we started on 8tai4. vettteg wed today' Office Hours 8:30--4:30. now i-ius -
out handicraft. We made ash "
bays and vases from coconut Dr., It. i Elliott First National Bank

shells, bracelets from shells and I Bsuldinr I KROME AVE.,7"1T' '
I cocoa plumose seeds, are belts CHIROPRACTOR I ;

from cocoa plumose seedy coconut Hone Bid, -,ttomesteat Oves) senators 'y A>pe.l tase.t oil
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shells and sea beans. t I

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(Friday, June 16, 19119 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE. Pap Elercn- f'

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Calls -W% ow
d the auto d Florida. and W It resid..)
d vwvw, Republic d Panama. ami a fur

VvyC'he ChurchesBAPTIST ] mum thee.or.In mare the te nknown SUM particular o>end Florida roaldono that, tile thor aorvko of ki UM M (CLASSIFIED ADS I ji jiRATE


"would* ? Bummer kind lath ta Urfondanl c"..ory Md upon that whom a* k I r

Oyer tho .. of '''''f7_ ...ra.
IT M THERKFtlHR ORDKKKO that said : First Insertion 104 a line; subsequent Insertion t

....- ....' IWfanannt bo and k* la horoky 51 a line
CHURCH roqnlrod to appoar tb* BIU of Complnlat
7 30 Junior
: p. m. League at 2:30: filed In aaM .. .
oauoa M or before Alm ..... MM ""\
Homesicad-Dr. J. E. Johnstons, p. m.; Hi League at 6.30: p. m.; and day of July, ml, otfeorwlo UM aI lear -
Senior tloaa of ..,. bill/ wlU ... taken H _I.... now unbudded seedbed paala.a
League at 6:30 FOR RENTFOR
pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. : p. m. by aaM Ixrfandant.Ibkod .

m. Preaching at It a. m. and 7:30p. Prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m Wednesday I' 10 'u"- .....red that order be ..... lemon and gt, alao large atedI ,

m.; B. Y. P. U. at 1:30 p. m. a.om In the n Loador-Knterprlao week tor: four aanaacutlxwoaka a aunt.paps RENT-Convenient apart- H In. calJper Ready in Aug. 'I

Prayer services Wednesday at 7:30 Silver Jm-4he Rev, J. E. published I. saw County and IlIA... ment, low summer rate. HI N. I and Sept. pink seedless 1It.
Thin Mar n,1, lose.S .
Oneco tan. Valencia king
ptat-
p.m. Waller, pastor. Sunday school B. LRATRERMAK W. Fourth street. Jllt.f) : Y
Clarll C...... CwN. apple and naval orange (the
G Mto-The KY. Noah Peterson every; Sunday at 10 a. m.; preaching (Circuit Coon SV.ll FOR RENT-Five-room unfurnished Juicy sort. Roberta Nursrrln \
By R. H RICE JR
services tint third and Diuity Clort.
oa .
pastor. Sunday school at 10 fifth at 11 and H. PIERRR BRANNINO. house Mr*. Mary Doyle. I Dan M. Roberta, ProP.. Xpmora ;i.I i.
Sundays a. m. Solicitor for Complainant (22-111) I Dr V i mi E. of Krome Rd.
a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and
Publishing point June s 11
7:30 P. no.PrincetonThe M and
'SO p. m.; & Y. P. U. at :30 p. m. 90. 10516 FOR RENT i (m28-Jll I
-Furnished two bd-
J. E. Wal-
Rev.
Prayer service at 7:30 p. m. Wed
room house, also furnished FOR SALE-He. are three
ler NOTICE OP APPLICATION parcels :
nesday. pastor; preaching at 9 a. m; FOB
TAX DEED apartment. Reasonable rentAll away below value: A tw ; '
Sunday school at 10. Chapter lf r-Art. .f lilt.-A till eonvenlencei.
Reduction to story house wlU12 toeless '
CATUOUO
t NO'fICIIII HEREBY GIVEN that Holes
Florida City Community Chords D. Orooo, holds of Bate Md County Tu right party by the year. Eva celled, two Inside toilets, usstslra -

Church of the Sacred Heart -the Rer. C. Q. Nelson, pastor cerWI.... No. lilt Mud the Srd day of Collins, Biscayne drive and Federal balcony; should rent fur 1
August, A. D. 1111 kaa filed In
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B. E. Second avenue, Homestead; Church school at 10 a. m.; preaching and kaa mad* application for a tat Myoffwa Highway. '3110 per year. Only $1,150 aasa.

the Rev. James Qoonan pastor. at 7:30: p. m. Midweek prayers dod to bo loaurd thence Bald. Certificateomkmoot All taxes and hens paid.

Sunday mass at I a. m.; week day and Bible study Wednesday at In the County the. following W Dada,described BUM of properly riorkU.. GOOD cool roomy apt. for rent 20 LOTS In Homestead mostly ha j

mats at 7:49 dally. Sunday school 730. Io-wit I Private bath, reasonable raU Downer Palms No. L Many have .
Lot tt, Block .. Olympia R.khta. flat Ask at Western Union. (mlTtfUNFURNISHED ) \
Sunday following I o'clock mass. Redlaod Community Chemise. Book 1* Paa S to tk* County of Dido sidewalks All of them fee 1

Communion for women the first the Rev. C. O. Nelson, pastor. State .0 Florida.tha : ( house I $2,900. All taxes and liens paki. J
-room
The an-M-0 d said Uttar
Sunday of month! for men and Church school at 10; Breathing at Mid aortlfleau loiuot w.t repm Is .. Hntiof in Redland. Light, water. 70 ACRES on Blacayne drive, range j

boys, the second Sunday of month. 11. Epworth: League at ':.S<>. Mid- tlsls.. N.tUa Dodd. Brooks Inc. Phone 78-B. Modello. one mile east of Newts* W,
said Mttlfloat shall bo ttdiamodaoaordlns ,
Holy hour Thursday before first week prayers and Bible study to law. tho property described road, only $23.00 per sere. V j

Friday of month at 7:45 p. m. Mass Thursday at 7:30. heroin will .be sold M the hlihml bidder Phone 72. H. A. Cameron Hsan*. I IIItead
., tho Court boom door on the tint Ham. FOR SALE
drat Friday at 7:30 a. m. Bene- day I. the moot of July llll which Ii Fla. : !
auction of the Blessed Sacrament rRESBT'IERIANHomestead1Crome UM Sod day of July' I.... '
Dated this llal day of May III*. CHOICE: LIMB TREES on rough FOR SALE-House on two lots *
after i
maaa.amsTIAN avenue) at I:. B. LEATHLRMAN,
N. teth street The Rev. Geo. H. Clerk of Circuit Court lemon root Splendid root sys Florida City. Corner on EnMhat

SCIENCE CHURCH Dade County Florldo tem. 400 each. Chaa. Pratt, and Dixie Highway. Ba 0ala, I
Ricks, pastor. Bible school at 10 (ClmH Court Br lUy
>
: Redland road. (Jul6-jy7) Apply J. M. Kllng, Box 12, Deer-
N. C.
STERRETT D. 0.
a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. YoW1fpeople'
Florida CMy-Broadway and (Juae a. *. I..-... till) MILK GOATS-Two young Saa- field Fla. Sixth street Sunday school at meeting at 7-30: p. m. -- -
nen doe from 9 and 6 Qt. does
':.43 a. m. for pupils under 20 yean NOTICE OP TAX APPLICATION'JI"m FOB and from buck whose dam's milk SALE: Tropical plants, eJ..

of age; morning service at 11 LEGAL NOTICES Notice U hereby .l.*n that Thomas N_l, record Is 7tt qts. per day. Pedigreed rue trees and tropical fruit h.*
Jr.. bolder of City of Miami Tax CertirfcaU
'clock. Wednesday evening Crave
services seasoK. hoagie Re4INtIe
Numbered 1404*. dated the 4th day W Juno, and registered in buyer's ''
which include testimonials NOTICE or APPLICATION roa A. D. 114, bas filed laid Certificate: myotfk. name Will freshen soon S. F. road anti Plummat-' drive.
TAX DKKI ;. and haa made application Ui
of healing and experiences and remarks Chapter I7W-Arte at 1MI-Pile A HMTNOTICR deed to lo..M thereon In nooordnnea with Matthews, 11 S. W 3rd ave.
on Christian Science, S p. 1" HEREBY GIVEN that BolenDetiraco ..... Bold, Certltleat embrace th* follow (PJ17)IF 'MISCELLANEOUSRENT
m. The public Is cordially Invited holder of State and Count taioertiricntea n> described property situated In Coda
No. Ills and III*. leaned the County, Florida, ....w."
to attend. sod dar of A II..... A. D. I9I'. .... tiled Lot IS, I. oust I, YOUR CAR OR BOAT engine YOUR HOUSE-furnlitifd I
urn In mr office and baa made applicationfor Pan loa. In kd. City at :l.tI"J-::: of waste oil and gas. try or unfurnished I have year :
Jane 18. Lesson tnn deed to bo caned. thereon. Bald Dado State of Florid..
sermon
'Certificate embrace tha following dewrlb.ed TIM assessment of sold property uider OVRHAuL. Takes poly 30 minute 'round clients. Benjamin IT.
topic "Is the Universe, In- property In the County of Dad, SUM the oaM Certificate beued waa In Use MOM toUMtall, saves til and gas Morris, registered real Rial t
eliding Man. Evolved of Florida, to-wit of Unknown Unless sold Certificate hell
by I Lot 94. Block I. Olympia Helihla a .ho redeemed according to law, tan deed will up fo 50%, increases compression broker, N. Krome ave., next to J
Atomic Force" Subdn, Plat Rook 10, Pmce I, In the = bane, thereon on the MUi day of Juno, and speed. Costs only $2.95. Baptist Church. (ju1811)
ty of ]Dado. state of Florida, na A. D. loos.Dated .
In CertUlcat No. also The aewenmenl of thla 14th day of May, A. D. llll.E. P. Q. Box 113, Princeton. (pa25) .
CHURCH OF CHRIST said property under tha said Certificate .. B. UfATHLKMAN SEE AND BUY at ShanUln Val

sued. was In the name of /II.... Mrttle Dodd Clark of Circuit Court FOR SALE-Outboard motor. ty Grove, Welt Florida City.
Homestead-Fb".t avenue and Lot >l. Block a. Olympia Heli-hto iSuMn Dad. County, Florida. I
JJ. W. Fifth. St. Bible study at 10 ., Plat Book 10. Page S. In the ooun.ty (Circuit Court Seal) Neptune 9 h.p.. alternating fire. (aW)
of Dado, lute of Florida na ombraoed InConlflrato By N. O. STERBBTT: D. 0. Run less than 20 hours. Buying
a. m.; communion, fellowship and No. llll. Th niHaiment of saidproperty (May Sit June I. .. U, ... mil. I HOME: laundry Mrs. Jernlgon,
under the sold Certirim* beuod larger motor. Ted Oldendort,
preaching at 11 a. m. was In the I.... of Mra. Nettle Dodd.Unless -'P. O. Box Homestead.. 820 S. Kroma Ave. !
mid Certlflratoi shall .be redeemodaccording IN "HII CIRCUIT C'OURT. IILJlVENTR: ; (J2U)
to low, the described : JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' DADE COUNTY; .
CHURCH OF GOD' property
FLORIDA. IN <'HAN('KRT. WANTEDWANTED !
therein will ha cold to the hlvhent bidder nl FOR SALE-Budded citrus trees
Case N.
Romestead-eot N. W. Flint the Court how door on the fliet Monday CHELSEA 1NVEVSTMKNT IT757-A COMPANY ready now. Isle of Pines gt, \
a
In the month of July, llll, which It the .
-man with car for Raw-
avenue; Rev. Geo. Q. Coplin, pastor Ird day of July 111*. __itlon, .Plaintiff Persian-lime, Temple' and Jaffa {

Sunday school at 8.43: a. m.; Dated this E ISth. B. day LEATHKHMAN.of May A. .D. tell C. W. CRAY JR., end CIU8SII GRAY orange, also kumquat. Ready lelgh route. Experience trapferred I

preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45: Clerk of Clroult Court, hi* wife. .. al, Defendanu. but not neceitary. Salesway ilelllh'
Dad Florida.Circuit 1 BILL TO PORIttLOHC TAX up this year. Write Raw
County
p. m.; Junior Y. P. at 7; children'smeeting ( Court Brail CmtTirlCATE Defendant and mid unknown defendant 1
at 7 in parsonage. Prayer :By N. C. STn taerr. D. C. In the Rome of des State of Florida. and each and nil of them bo and they arehereby ., DIp FAr-lOJ-MK
(June .. *. II. II 1DIIINOTICE It appearing by afflda.lt appended t* the required to appear to the hill of Memphis, Tenn., or sea Heavy J JI
meeting, S p.m. Wednesday. bill filed In the ebon stated muse that the Complaint filed In Mild mum M or beforeMonday
I 1-e.tdenroa W. Gray Jr. nnd Uvaal* the Bed day of July. A. D. loss, I Kufeldt, Homestead, Fla. (pj30) !
OP APPLICATION FOB
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE TAX DEKD. file silo. Cray Ills ..1.C.Fred A. blonshino and MetH.utz .otherwise the .... ...... of sit. bill will .betaken
Notice la hereby (Iven that Mr. Ooorno I tour of the defendants heroin, ore aa eonfoieed by eald 1)0(........ WANTED-Pslntlng or carpentry 4
no.tead'lbe Rev. W. J. R. Fowler, bolder a. nula-nee of City of unknown and that there to no parent Ig the It to further ordered that the oruer. k* work. Price reasonable. Corbel :
BUM of Florida the ....._
Minicab Tan Certificate Numbered 101, I service of :a auhpoena published" onee a work for four utl.*
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at dated lit day of ... A. D.1081 baa upon whom would bind tho del......., and weeko In the Homoitend "LaanVrEnterprlea.n 1 Smith, Cor. ith St., and 1st Ave. tat
:: and i that they and each of them are over the newipapar published In mid County nod
filed Certificate In offlro, bee
':45 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m.and made application for my deed to hen am of Iwenly. yeast and H further ..- lito.. residence of W B. Flowers I
7:30 p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and thereon In accords, w':: law. Said Cor.llfkwte I pearln by Mid affidavit that If Mid four nil May II, I'''. Homestead. -(tf)
..... .... defendants or any of them are dead, thattheir rr a.
ombraooa 1.
the following
Junior meeting at 630: m. r.Hc..rt.
p. .
belra, devloeoi, ..._. aanumooa or Clerk of
property, situated In Pad County, Florida TUTORING WANTED '.! *.
Prayer meeting Wednesday *ventng ....,.... under them are unknown, and(circuit Court Bral) t
7:30 Lot'to, Block 10*. Hialeah 4th Addn.. that their realdenoea are unknown and that i Hy R H RICK JIL, Deputy Clark. school and grade school lubjecta.Mra. '
: p. m. 'In the City of Hialeah, of Dade there to no person or persons In the State J. M. MoCASKILL
.
County 1B
H. J. Armstrong, A. ,
-tato of 1'1........ of Florida the wrtke of a subpoena noon. Solicitor for Plnlntlff.
Frlueeba+the :Rev. E. P. Cowen,' of said property. under whom would bind said unknown holm, ..101 a.ruNy building, Plummer drive and Cotmtry .
uJ'I.ar. vteeoa, .
: : in the frames noil la noea or Blalmnnta "_
school at 8.45 Mead was nemo 11 to therefor .Smnst ... Int., Club road. +
paster. Sunday ., Unknown. Unlem now Certificate ordered that saw named t. I" IL ,

preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30p. : shall bo redeemed acoordlnt to law. tax ,
deed will knows thereon M use lath day of
Junior meeting at 6:30; young,
III, A. D. 111 .
Ittople'i meeting at '::10. Prayer lug this :day of Juno. A. D. llll.E. Buy a Home

meeting Wednesday at I.SO p. m. B.Clerk LEATHKRMAN of Circuit I Court, Buy Grove Land

Dad County Florida. EDWARD STILING
EPISCOPAL (Circuit' Court Boall Buy Glade Land
By N. C. STERRE7T D. C. 'I i
(Just .. I' II. tot July T. 111I'1) It la ny firm belief thai Water .
Second
St Joha'l-S. E. avenue

and Fourth street Homestead.The IN THE CIRCUIT COURT KVtKTH Real Estate General Insurance prices are Imminent
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
Rev. R. F. Blackford,"rector.I DAna COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHAM.rear. Drat quibble abort prim

Holy communion ,at 7:30: and 11 NO. ITM. Don't wait.
ELEANOR: C. B. BETANCOVRT,
a. m.; Sunday school at '::30. I Plaintiff./ NOTARY PUBLIC Bay now.

METHODIST CARLOS AlpL'IU BETANCOURT.I Yeall thank me for this sup

D.f.nd.n6 Cor. Palm Ave. and gestloa. a few months >sueeII. >
Ave. B Florida Fla.
Homestead-the Rev. J. J. I I' appears br affidavit appended 0.Ue City,
1\Ch-1 hill m. In tlM ....... stated nnm that I A. Cameron
ards, pastor Sunday school : CARLOS AZPIAIU sdTANCOURT 1M

a. .M..... preaching nt -11- a.-. Defendant tbonts exceed 10 a oas.ld.at




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each for inside lots $150 '
$100 ; cowers .. ;: ., .

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REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BIUJtER .1.1 i iN"orth r


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I FLORIDA ORANGE California"ha* taken a *4n IIIIIIIIIIIiIIIliiilllllllliiliilAilllllilllllllllilllllll( illlill' Ylis.
drubbing on orange .qfsrWe
: L'IIma
II season, the
j SALES AVERAGE absorbing, 2'can a.BA avenge
of 2.80 per box, compared with ra.xnr's+
1X708: can last season up to We
r HITS $2.80 A BOX tame date at $3.89 a boss, a'reduction HOW DO 'NOW DO WU GET ALONG) BUT \ DON'T HAVE TC6E. \

per car of on exactly nearly ft 1,000 a box can.or $400 LIKE \ ($WeiLf BUYING YOUR MEATS ? S I CAN DEPEND UIa
',I Lakeland, ;:; 19. Florida The spurt in orange price occurred CARRIED I LOPE IlL BET THEY PUT
)j' mrsitge brought tM highest price despite much heavier sfatjwmenu. 'FE RUTH? KEEPING PLENTY OVER ON You/ FRANKLIN'S
of June 8 Florida oranges have averaged -
iJ the prevent shipping on
I when (23 ears were sold through nsIstenUy! higher in price 1 ADMIT I'M' TO GIVE ME THE
>I' the auction market at an average lot several weeks compared with NO FOOD' EXP EST AND IVE NEVER
Jut the auction
Mason price rant-
.
j of 12 80 a box sufficient to return,
Sag from IS to M cents bettor SEEN
; en a AV5RE COURTEOUS
box
I [ : the grower In Florida $125 a
weekly average for the last several
on the tree.The AERKS
\ weeks as compared with the same
spectacular 'Jump took place
in. two day*' sales, going from period last season,
I Through June 3, there had been,
.'
12.34 last June 1 when 132: car y" ,a a1y
270 car of Florida grapefruit
) were sold at auction, to $281 on
I { June 2. with 60 cars sold. The auctioned at an average of $174 a
had been box, compared with 8,117 ear upto.
I $2 BO price not equalled
the same date tan season at an
even by early season returns.
1 t average of $219 Texas has fared
I' Report also became current that
I.
only better than Florida
nightly i
JA U .lIle.1n. Florida were gettingmore
Ion grapefruit price; this season
active and several substantial
I disposing of 3,870 can by auction,
carload deal ,were reported. at an average price of $1.811, com.. MIRACLE WHIP
The better auction price wa expected ,
to bring out the cash buyer pared wltb 3,519 can last season Any Brand
and substantially Increase the offer ;at ",08. .J.9C Pints.22c QtS4. 32c
MILK 3 tall
.. tot fruit.Grapefruit. i cans
I RETURN nOM ASSEMBLYMrs.
also showed a sudden
sympathetic spurt with the rise InI I Ivan Mosef, counselor oi Freedom
I orange prices, with 87 cars sellingat ,the young people' department of tmv C N. C. Cobbler
r auction June I at$182:, the high- the Homestead Methodist Church, GRAPE JUICE, Qts. .
set price showed by any weekly Miss Nella Paul, official delegate
I POTATOES 10 lbs 26c
average since the end of the first Miss Marjorie Moier. Miss Elfie 3 Dillon's ,
month of the shipping season. 'Booth and Miss Helen, Field returned
Through June 3, then had been Monday from the young i Peanut Butter 2 lb. jar 25C
20197 car of Florida oranges told I people' assembly held in Lake. a E
at auction at an average of $199 ,land last week. They spent the Factory Packed LOCAL KILLED 5
per box, compared with )2.24 lost(,week-end In Lake Wales visitingthe
:yeari average on 18,99 car sold Rev. and Mrs. A. A. KocsUlne I SUGAR, 5 Ib. bag-.25C FRYERS I HENS

,: :oj., at auction up to the same date. I land family_ _____. _u_ b. 35c I|lb. 30c
= .. .. Me

I 410.okg. 1....... E

Ii W 3c Heinz B


i Soups, 2 med. cans 25c m
H Ivory

i SOAP, 21 Iff. cakes .,. 15 I

3 Scott .wn .a ..Y.. ] ==

1 TOWELS, roll . .. 10'Pillsbury'i PEAS Strawberries

sa OX 28cBox.|I ... 31c I

FLOUR, 5 Ib' bag ... 25(
f
X a =

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Fancy Iceberg Finest Country RollBUTTER Rich CreamyLETTUCE is

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; lb. can .. .-. 55cIFEBUOY
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| 2 J lg. heads oIL,C I ib. 29C =


> Luscious Ripe Gold Coin I

1 BANANAS B. ,BACON :k fi! 3 for 1ge I


131bs:- .. . lie Ib .. 25c ==
LUX FLAKESLong

CrispCELERY T-Bone or SirloinSTEAKS
LARoi REGULA,

1NGlt 23e' IOe

tI t ; p ER Ep Bunch ....__ 12c Ib. _.u 25c
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; Fresh Georgia Boned and Rolled RINSO I .

PEACHES31bs..25c VEAL ROAST IS LA"GI 'UGULAI\
:. >. t Dad cones down le breakfast in 23e ge

( Mghtor mood new.-Hart The day riflkU Ib. 29C
...
.Whit Becra dI..'*ptealf tI""art woMe TOILET ,
, .I .... sees B Moot end ale red Kale Ilru Selected LUX SOAP )
bee kin to the kothroom. ...... cheep / we e ;;' SWEET YAMS Georgia Jb. '

end n.... eUckte aenfce beau all ry rsea'
:, f $e"sow her went..,dray ee sight deed la.N Yea 5 lbs. __.__... 15c BACON Zf.c ti.\a for.9cFRRNKIIN'S

> f w.etee a bed> Ua....."..log eadteltlf h a asker j )

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R. S. CHANDLER, Mgr. pie a ;,,r JJ JJ

Phone 3002 *;,k1 who,i': aa

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