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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: June 23, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00087294:00232
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOL. XXVII-No. 26 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS

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Drinking Water Herein No DangerOf










Saline Content, Say ,Engineers




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TRAILER PARK Employers Here Told of Facilities "''

Of State Help Bureau in MiamiUrging NO TRACE YET DISCOVERED .



,SITE TURNED employers to take advan-I exactly employee he desires,
u- IN GALLONS PUMPED
tage of the Florida State Employ- Mr said If the employer 450,000

ment Bureau, Louis A. Miller wants a kind of worker not listedat '

manager of the Miami branch In the Miami office, the clearance
OVER TO C. OF C talk at tr* Redland District Lions system of the organization may DAILYATHOMESTEADPLANTLevel

Club meeting Tuesday night, declared bureaus In other cities are contacted -

practically every known until the workman I* found forth .
CoUncil Agrees to Plan trade and profession is represented employer" Mr. Miller said ,
in the files of the organization.The Tor instance, if a Miami concern in Wells Remains supply could be obtained from the

for Fete Buildings work and busmen historyof wants a special kind of engineer Normal Despite Rain Everglades, Mr. Ivey said Scientists -

Near Ball Field each applicant Is thorough and which la not listed with us we seek, Deficiency I determined several years ago
complete on the files of the bureau, this engineer in the lists of other that a strata of fresh water existed

enabling the employer to obtain bureaus On a number of occa- I several thousand feet below the
B. W. MORRIS CHOSEN CHECK ON DRAINAGE
; fulfill his wants, he said. 'glade and should the water supply -
PRESIDENT PRO TEM "Under the clearance system, SEEN NEED, THOUGH I' \ near the ocean fall, the interior
i DRIVER OF COUPE ions, employer and employee who' lot I I the state could be tapped for

Serves While Brooker Is' (were several states apart were Gates for Canals and Lake an unlimited amount he said.
brought together" : 'GladesAdvocated ;| The water situation In south
Outlet
Mayor During Vaca- HOLDING 7 GIVEN One of the orders for workman to Florida simply is a caw of taking
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tion of Harris which his bureau was unable to fill ,I l too much without making efforts

BLAME IN DEATH!'was a request for a handy man I toward restoration of the diminishing -
Permission to utilize the larger for a nudist camp. On I number Homestead and the Redland''. amount," Mr. Livingston ..1
lot pccasJonordefsXoc. sUnogra'pher P WjFlcUry.JatenougJ\ [said, .SorMthIlI..n.'th..1Ad1 11.
. portion of two tract of land near many"yeIrrs .
tile west boundary of the municipal "A collision near'"Goulds( 'oit suns' with special physical qualification the o efil"to'rifiPt for / 'who thought because she had a
ball park and louth ofhe 10 which resulted in the death ofa were filled, he said. to come, the salt water contamination 'large checkbook she could write

swimming pool for a permanent negro and serious Injury to Mr,II Unemployed person may receive which is being found In I as many checks a* she pleased,
site of the Rcdland District fruit J. A. Sparkman of Miami was due cash dividends during their drinking water of other parts of 'without regard to the amount of

Festival and for erection of a to the culpable negligence of J. P. I period of Idleness by making application Dade County, according to local money she bad in the bank"
chamber of commerce headquarters Williams, colored, of Homestead at his office Mr. Miller authorities on the subject I -----
building was granted the Redland driver of the small coupe in which said.Motion The 450,000 gallons of water I
I BROOKER HANDS
pumped dally for Homestead consumption -
District Chamber of Commerce by six negroes besides himself were pictures of Irrigation
methods used in California were Is free from saline con
the city council at Monday riding
a meeting -
night This was the finding of a coro-I shown at the meeting by Ellsworth tent and there are no Indications PERRINE INITIAL
I ner's jury at an inquest held Mon- D. Gage Oakland Cal. presidentof that It will be contaminated, Cordon -
Under terms of I
the
agreement day night Into the death of the Shur-Ran Irrigation, Inc. Ivey, superintendent of the I.
with the city, the chamber will ,
pay negro, Tom Robinson one of the local water and light plant aaid LOSS OF SEASON
the down payment of $450 on one The last analysis of the water was
seven occupants of the coupe.. The 130 to Get Bible School I _
of the tracts and pay for all workof inquest was held in Coral Gables made a year ago and to allay any 1
beautification and developmentThe Diplomas Here TonightA apprehension here another analysis Perrlne, which has emerged
by Justice of the Peace O. B Sut-
deed to the property, which will be made and its results I I winner in all three of Its starts this'
ton, Robinson died at the Kendall
the council voted to acquire recently as total of 110 pupil of the va- publicized next week, he said. season In the local dlamondball
which Is in the third
hospital,
for a trailer park, will be cation Bible school of the First A. R. Livingston, civil engineer, league got its first setback Monday -
of the
Justice district William
retained by the city peace Baptist Church will receive diplomas who has been employed on water night when the Brooker Lum-
*, who had been committedto
The council also agreed to close at commencement exercises table surveys In South Dade for a ber Co. aggregation came out
Jail after the acci-
a street between the two tracts, to dent by immediately Justice of the Peace S. L. tonight to beheld at the number of years, also sold then i ahead by a single point. And it
allow the chamber the uae of this Kendrick of Homestead in whose church. All the' pupils will par-1 its no immediate danger of a freshwater was the only tally\ made In the
additional SO feet ticipate In the program which will shortage here. The fresh game, a nip and tuck affair that
district the crash occurred
was include and smacked of World Series entertainment -
recitations songs water table In this vicinity will
R. E. Edwards, city clerk was bound over for trial in criminal i
Instructed by the council to send court learned during the sessions remain high because of the relatively
The Dr. J. E. Johnston, pastor Brooker marked up the tally
I small number of water users
a letter to the chamber of com- Mrs Sparkman and her two
of the church, will present the diplomas he said However, the Insufficient when E. Sullivan, third baseman,
mere eontainng tho clty'i agreement : children were in a car driven by,
crossed the plate In the fifth inning -
amount of rain that has fallen
on the land request.I ,
I Mr. Sparkman when the coupe, I
W, English was granted a filled with negroes, swerved Into A picnic will be held for the during the past several years together There were few possibilities
student Matheson Brooker made only
tomorrow at for scoring
with much artificialdrainage
permit to build a 1300 garage of them. The children escaped wIth- too I I
hammock. four baa hit during the and
will tend lower the game
to
concrete and ateel in the rear -of out
Injury, and Mr. Sparkman survived -
I table he said I Penrlne. one The game went
water ,
bit business building on N. Krome with bruises but Mrs. Spark-
Most of the Redland District seven innings.
avenue, and O L. Shackelford was: man a sister of Q W. Slsk, conservation parts -
IIUNTERS OF DEER are only one foot above high There was more scoring activityin
granted a permit to erect a frame warden, sustained Injuries I
the South Miami-Horne game,
howe to coat $3,500 in Ponce that confined her ,II tide level and de.pl"he distance
del I to a hospital for 1 I second half
: the
which furnished
Leon. I from the ocean too much drainage
eight days I
TO GET GO SIGNAL of the entertainment Monday
B W. Morris was elected president win cause In time contamination
tern of the council to take i by salt water Mr. Livingston said. night Horn player crammed the
pro State F. F. A. Meeting I I I 14 time during the flve-ln-
the place of President HenryBrooker. COLLIER AREA!r, "Water carried from th* Inland plat
IN I
[ fracas. The best South Mlmnl
Jr. who js acting mayor Draws Local DelegatesSeven must be replaced, he said. "Oneway II Ding
during the absence of Mayor Tom I I would be to place gates on the I(i could do was add up four runs. All

Harrii Mayor Harrisis on a members of Homestead It win be lei't: hunt tiCkoln-1[see end of canals and streams: an- I the Home players except Cheshire,

month's automobile tour of the Chapter, Future Farmers of America fested deer In the Collier ''!other would be the construction ofa catcher and Nelson, pitcher, COII -

West and their adviser, George breeding grounds beginning July large canal to carry water from I (Continued on Page Two)
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Contract to audit the book of N. Wakefleld, are expected to return for those who have the regular1state Lake Okeechobee into,the heart of

the city was awarded to John A. tomorrow from the state convention hunting license and a special the Everglade" WORK\ IS BEGUN
Matthews for $275 by the council. of' the organization at license to hunt In the breeding ||I Mr Livingston pointed out that I

Erection a rustle helter' In the Gainesville They went to the area, 0 W Slsk, game warden 'only 10 per cent of the water that
municipal park, to cost $230 was convention Tuesday amid yesterday 'I is used for irrigation returns to its ON TWO MORERESIDENCES
ordered. Members who made the trip are Both licenses are obtainable at original source The other 60 per

J. T. Godwin, James Sullivan the office of County Judge W. cent is utilized by the vegetation HERE .
Charles Mlnger Virgil Bailey, Frank Blanton In tho court house or is evaporated by the sun and
THE WEATHER Kenneth Glenn, Matthew Ballero at Miami. Each license coats 19.SO,I l carried away to other parts of the I,
oefldei e..u.e seas 01 tile s.a..e.4 and Richard Biggers. and one Is no good without the country, be said. Construction of a sin-room residence -
__1 uses -.... ifen"14" rloritlo.I. Godwin, Sullivan, Glenn and other. Local wells which supply Homestead for E S. Pickering was
I I Ballero won first place in the Quar- with fresh water are maintaining started last week at Tennessee
Dee, l I.... am .... .... tette contest and these with Bailey LEGION HALL "SPRLCEO IP their normal water leveldespite road and Campbell drive Just

and Bigger won first honors In I John a SaUcy Pat No. 43, the Insufficient rain I during north of the airport Walls will

June t. $3 75 3011 the parliamentary procedure con-] American Legion, Is "sprucing up" the part several years, Mr. Ivey I be ol concrete block and the roof ftil

June 60 7 30.13Jura test at the district meeting of Future I Its headquarters on South Krome said The level is "read" almost *. A two-car garage will be
: ._ i 19o 79 Farmers held two weeks ago avenue Work of stuccoing thewest I continuously by the pumps pressure built In the tear
June II 19 87 '3007 at Fort Lauderdale. They were to wall of the structure has been which diminishes if the The five-room home of Orrin

June 20 I' I ea 130.13 compete for the state championship completed and painting of the ex- 'water recede, he said. Smith In Poneolr is rearing com .
June at 69 70 130.15 in these classes at the state tertor and redecorating the Interior.. ) If water 'in, homestead sbe.M pletion. It it ceostruetod of con- ,J
Jane U _. _" I 17 10111I.oo. ....J\1'if'. ... ..1if I bojTkeen darted .... t' become undo!nkable .....nt sects block and sell et ".000. :*
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Page Two THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday June 23,
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Father of Mrs. AtKins MACEY MADE LIEUTENANT AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA44JAvocado
i DIMIONDBALL RaUey Woodnoa Macey, *, bar
I Dies at Home in Havana been made a second lieutenantIn

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(Continued Page One) Dr. EmU Rou uu. 82. member to an announcement by ATTENTION!
f tribuled to the ...... However ,of the city board of health of the war department.
I they more than ..tretupbrilr Havana, Cuba, for 39 yaari and
6,; : their lack ofIDe by [father of Mn Sylvia R. Atkma >1Avocado Funeral Services Held
liant battery work : drive and Country Clubroad
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Last Friday night the1 Brooker died recently at Havana after For Charles W. Camp and Citrus
I and Horn teams put on an entertaining !''a long Wnfttl.I .
f bit of dlamondbiU when | Dr. Rousseau was a native of Funeral services for Charles W.
I they fought an eight-innmg but ,Cuba where ha received his early Camp, 71, grove owner, who died GrowersWe
tle, and Home got the nod by a education. He was graduated by Monday at his home on Bauer
I Ingle point. Brooker started the :the University of Philadelphia in drive, near Tennessee road, after
i game by scoring nine rum In the 1872 and later took a post graduate I a long Illness, were held at S
lint Inning Horne didn't get"course In Paris, France. Thegreater o'clock Wednesday afternoon in
alerted until the fourth when four portion of his practice wai Miami. The body will be cremated. are now stockingURAMON
( of Its playera created the plate. in Havana. Mr. Camp came to the Redland I
Brooker made two more In the Besides Mn Atklni, who ii the ,District from Indiana 21 yean ago i
t 1 seventh, but couldn't make anymore widow of J. W. Atklni, former I In the North he was a conductorfor
telling rune Home added \vice-preiident of the Western | the Santa Fe railroad. Surviving -
two in the sixth, five in the seventh Union Telegraph Co., Dr. are his wife, Mn Bertha J.
A form of that
I. and one In the final Inning I eau ii survived by his wife Camp, and a ton, Paul Z. Camp. new nitrogen

Coupled with Horne and Brooker Alice Rouueau, a eon, Roua'i does not leach from the soil
in the double-header Frdiay night Rouueau, a sister Mn Charles L. Stone; two Nona, Ken
x were Perrln and South Miami. Pta, a brother, Felix ; neth Stone of Aihby and Redland as fast as some inorganic

f. Ferrin scored five times while and three grandchildren, Emanuel, and Robert Stone of Cleveland, a I forms of nitrogen. Ask about
South Miami scored in Mn of
only once, Henry and EJa Rouueau all of daughter Clyde Cleverly
the fourth. Havana rtt** Hopklnton: and two grandchildren the price of this new form of
The scores for Monda)"'* garnet: .
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twin. AewOR PO > I Airs. C. L. Stone Dies
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; KlxrdC ..:..... : : : 1 : :I Mr*. Jessie Morrlaon Stone of i
J..III..It.. I . 'Aihby Man, winter resident of teen north at city hall Florida East Coast fertilizer Co. 1
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( = 0TuaM. : .:: : I : t : : Redland for several yean, died at HOMESTEAD. FLORID
Ikmt/rf -.. Burbank hospital,. ntchburf on FRANK B.RUE.MGR.

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AB I BH PO A II heart attack Plate lunch ............ 33c MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER I
I lltt Ceapkd4.. d _...:.::: : : t : : : Mn Stone was born In Acworth HOMESTEAD, FLA. '

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Friday, June 23, 1939 '- THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Page Three .

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FILM PORTRAYS'SCREWY' F. J. Sneckenberger Marlon Military' Academy Marion o'clock In the afternoon and from I pupils at night ,
I Succumbs at Hospital Ala.. was awarded a medal for the T to I o'clock at night in the Neva Mr. Marlor1 services to the Students -
most outstanding cadet In military' King Cooper School auditorium.He I I are free H* plans to orgsa.ize .
DRIVINGThe Funeral services for Frederick science and tactics for the year. ;nets with the beginners In a band which will be avallaW .
Jacob Sneckenberger, 87, retired Huau will take examinations toenter the afternoon and with advanced public functions 1
I cigar maker and Redland West Point In the fall I
menace of the 'screw fruit who died
I grower Monday at
driver" who endangers the lives the Kendall hospital, were held Enrollment Increases I
and limbs of other a* well ai his at 2:30 o'clock
afternoon In
yesterday WPA Music ClassesA
own by his erratic manipulation of I at the Turner Funeral Home. I I SPECIALS
his automobile in traffic lanes of Burial was In Palm Cemetery, steadily Increasing enrollment j
city and country was portrayedIn Naranja I I lit the WPA. Instrumental music I
a "talkie" motion picture film A native of Tiffin, Ohio, Mr. classes for pupils of the Redland $1 HIGH WAIST SLACKS
shown at the meeting of the Home- Sneckenberger came to the Red- and Homestead schools during the
stead Rotary Club at noon Wed- land District 28 years ago. He re-\past week Is indicative of the ulti- With Long Zipper

nesday. tired from fruit rowing activity',mate success of the according I LASTEX BATHING SUITS
Rotarian F. H. Redd
recounted
several years ago because of ill to Walter Mar rOJftCt. ,
his experiences on hU recent vaca- health. director of the cia... BETTER HATS
tion trip to Washington, D. C. and He Is survived by two sons, John Only several pupils reported I
New York. While in Washingtonhe M. Sneckenberger of Los Angeles when Mr. Marlor started his classes SHARKSKIN SKIRTS:
taw King George VI and Queen Cal., and Earle M. Sneck two weeks ago. Now 20 boys
Elizabeth, he said B P. Webb told enberger of Billings Mont. and girls are) listed. !l I
of his trip to Hot Springs,Ark., and The project was started so that
Lee It Lehman described his trip Local Youth Honored Instrumental music students of the i aymus Pay's
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to Detroit and northern Michigan two schools could continue their
New officers of the club will be By Military AcademyJoseph practice and studies during the\
Installed at the next meeting to H Huau ;Jt, son of Mr vacation months Mr Marlor Is tt-tf K. MIAMI AYE, MIAMI. FLA.
be held Wednesday night. and Mrs. Joseph H. Huau, Homestead conducting sessions each Monday,
H. Steffanl: will take over graduated recently by the Wednesday and Friday from I to 8
of office from W. M. Churle'l

. tiring president C. J. SIR THE GENERAL MOTORS EXHIBITS AT THE NEW YORK ANDSAN, FRANCISCO FAIRS
will be installed as vice-president I j
and George M. Frick will be installed ,
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for the sixth consecutive ;
time as secretary. The meeting,
which has been designated, as a 1 1d 1i 1k 1vVI
"ladles night," will start at T \
o'clock. I
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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
CHURCH
June t5.-Leuon lermoa
topic: 'Christian Science."
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METHODIST CHURCH '
June 15.-Morning: sermon > j i
on "The Means to Sue j jcessful i
Christian Living" special *
music by choir. Evening
sermon on 'The Man Without
a Ounce" duet by the Misses
Edna Nell and Jamie Richards
Come worship with us. 1

KOTlrC OP APPLICATION FOR
TAX ORKD. File HIM
Notlr to .hmby. elm that ...... Oonr.R .
rowter kolrf-r 1 _..... of City at
.HI...... Tim CwtVlMM. Numkmd Sot
dated the IM day of "..... A. D. ml. hfllvd ..
laid Certl'.te !. wr oftlc.. and hasmade
aw.llo.tloa. for UE ease to bun
t.......* I.l mordanot with law Bald Car.tlflcat .
.bra_ thfollowlnl dnwrlMroportr
.11....... to Dade County Florida,

""ut'lO. Sleek 100. Hialeah 4th A the City of Hialeah County of Dad.
.tat* of ..1..1....
Th aaMwnwnt of Mid property ands
Ml Mid Certificate faaiMd wu In UM name
at Unknown UnloM Mid. C.rtlflc.1
.hall t. i..d.ini... aoeordln to law, tat
dad will .laiiH tlurao on the lack dar of

July.Listed A.this D. l:.l:'dar of '".., A. D. IISI I ,
B. LBATHKRMAN t N N.ern
Clark of Circuit Court
Dad County Florida.
(Clrtult" Court BraJI
AND I'PIfily
BTERRPM'. D. C. mulMfatrituJ :i the oV/tiSrli IAI .oJ"ll
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(jam t. ls. II. 10; July 7. US" "" .
fair.i/xr Innui H.Jjt t990 MivtriJ flits, MM.- M....
$ I
rDr. Leonard W. Haskin 8g1 'S.IoooI nfff
... VT won't be long now before the papers'start through wider- ...b mrsmal..r9-
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and ....alrl.. .( Js- shouting ".lent Wave." What we want to know paned win :::.std.:::aft

GLASSES is, where will that find you? dows that let in ...... .,- I

111 N. I. First Rt, Mlaail. r... o/ras well
Cam..ally Air CadlUMidCnnnUKt more .
Stretched out in the hammock,vainly seeking com .
Terms "
as more I trI1.
fort in a pitcher of lemonade? Or out where the

cool wind's blowing, having the kind of fun that And )'ou'l1lind that in this great car 'ou'vo got one j
Turner's Funeral Home summers' mod for?
of the best vacation bargains you've ever met up

M-Hl AMBULANCE SERVICE If there's one of these dashing and dependable wlh. It's surpthiaA how far this honey can stretch I

Lady Attendant Buick beauties parked in your garage, we can tell a gallon of gaf Amazing how much it does on

Phone 584-R Homestead,Flo you right now-you won't waste this summer just how little. 1' \ ':

hanging around the old homeitead. "" :
As for first know this time I
. ,. ,, ,, '1 cost -you by or certainly
vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvYOU. You'll park)'ounelfbeblnd its hundred-plus horsepower should that this big straight-eight costs less r. '

Dynaflash engine and step out to make than a year ago, less than you'd think less even i

your own breezes than some sixes. ; ,
GET ,1
ONLY MNCK HAl IT I ThU .......Ii" You'll sit I back In Drop la and let us show you how many so i

direction signal that gashes warnings BuiCoil cushioned called "extras" those low prices include, and you'llcomfort 1
EXPERTBARBERING of tuni at a flip of a iwitchl Shows 'I
: -and take in take right to from '
day or eight. SI..I..I".II."" .", ; steps now save your summer
nature's beauties the hot-weather doldrums.

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t rf} : Pap-e Four THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, June 23. 1939

I Ie'Iti THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE I ,I IIiiIIIIIIIIIIIiIUIIiIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIiIIllllhI Grow, Mr and MM. Leach, Mn* Eunice Nixon" Rev. Geo. E. Deuel Will
M. C. Norwood, Mrs. Collier, Mill -"W. B. Flowers is building a new Preach in Miami ChurchThe
P.liw.d FM..1 a..M.d. Fla.6F Rosalyn Becker Isabel Becker garage In the back of his lot." "
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0110 11"M Date hWloItiq c:..
20 Years Ago Maud Hunt, Mignonne Aldrich, -'Julia Pettey left this week for Rev Geo. E. Deuel will ,
SIN 11111 __ saw. Key West where she win take the
AtsCa Harriett Lattemer, Ruby Leach, ." preach at the Redland Community
Maaioars LRACN boat for Galveston."Mr.
....... 1I11IIIIIUIIIU1IIIIIllllIlllIlIIlIIllIlIIli Vernon Leach Frank Sheffield, Church Sunday and on the following -
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i LaMonte Craw Chat, Sheffield;; Posey has moved Into the Sunday will begin his summer > ,
I ....... Y stair dais 7a. wise MMr ,sass I Chaa. Clinton, Stuart Shields, lolaMaynard Tosto store in Krome avenue." work as acting pastor of .
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1 ._ .. mi, M .*. post .*!* d a.0m sea M .
Robertson Ana
and '
a..tr.d. _.. fmttt M0 .* .< a."rPr asst. Ib Bradley Taylor "Margaret t Miami Shores Methodist Church ;
\ SUM .. HTt.vamcairnoM. Y ... e.aa =- a.a.w.areas In_ Ronald Allen" (Florida City). Lochrie and Isabel Grew will leave while the regular pallor, the Rev.
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oat IT. any with W
tl f SUTISb -Lwtr --"''Mlai Fanny Dixon has returned on Saturday for Tallahassee for C A. Vincent, la away on a vaca I
Visa cwtr -._?-..---i.,. IM* to her borne In Arcadia after a few the summer course" (FloridaCity tion. This will be Mr. Deuel's
\ I O.teU> ft ttmtl Cwtr ,...It'j June M, 1(11 weeks visit with her cousin, Miss ). third summer In Miami Shores.
-"One of the countless reminder

"""- NI .Mw of the growth of the citrus IndustryIn

'j CURRENT South now Dade being is the erected new packinghouse by the flf fi| tp|| iiiif fpf i I

# [ COMMENT j local Exchange branch. the of coat the Florida of which Citrus will : I

.} -By....WN.IN---NNN-N AGNEW WELSH..NNNNNN.NNNNNN Miami run"Ronald to about Allen$20.000 returned, :' home HOME WATER i SYSTEM OF 1 YOUR I OWN I

+ When It comes to kicking himself this week, having been honorably
out of a Job you just can't discharge from service Sergeant M
1 expect' a Florida legislator to do Allen Is stopping with his mother. FULLY AUTOMATIC DIRECT PRESSURE
Hn Vera Collier on Eighth street.
otherwise than to continue to violate I
the constitution In an effort I' He Is In excellent health." (Florida .. Home Water Home Water
to get senatorial reapportionment City). L
B F Paty candidate for governor -"'Mrs. David Sullivan Sr, and
: in 1936, names three coun- Mr. Mooney were parried on Monday Supply System
) ties with an average population of in West Palm Beach. They Supply System
t but 10,000 and each with one senator will live In the Sullivan home. Mr.
., while 12 oilier counties are Mooney Is known in Homestead
made Into four districts with an having spent taut winter here,
\ \f average population of 43,000 to the while Mrs. Mooney was one of
district, and one senator for each iomestesd'l first settlers." 62Terms 3750Tenna
I district "Luna. Wald returned home from
I I
e e e
Palm Beach on Monday after a
For several months a concern visit with relatives"
has been promoting ramie ] _",., party at the home of Mr, and t4 "STk IM" Terms M low aa aa low aa
for Florida and evidently aroWln'1 1 Mn. J. M. Leach Tuesday evening $( down, balance $4 down, balastee
terested sufficient capital
was a very enjoyable affair monthly. Small
a beginning, as $12,000 given In honor of the return home monthly. Small
teed has been bought for of Lieutenant Leach who got back tarrying charge.,
in Martin County, near Stuart carrying charge.
from France few days ago Lieut.
Cox It Holland of Princeton were I Leach participated In the battle of
Capacity 350 Gallons Per Hour
warded a $190000 contract for I the Argonne forest and escaped ,
Compact Takes Little Space
clearing I ground,drainage and erection ,
,with very few bruises. Me exhibited Galvanized Inside and Out
of buildings for handling the a number of trophies pickedup Pump Capacity, 250 Gallons Per Hour
I flbei Ramie Is a perennial plant, in Germany and told a few Incidents Automatic Air Volume Control
Has Automatic Safety Valve
the Asiatic variety having broad of army life. Those present -
I thick leaves The fiber If obtained were: Mr and Mrs L HSchweitzer 4 II. P. Condenser Type Motor Automatic Air Volume Control
I from the stalk of the plant Mr: and Mrs: A. : I II
i in much the same manner that I C.I I SEARS, SECOND FLOOR ri4IitIiH1i1IELiiUiUi

linen i m made from flax or hemp .,..".." ......".......'..-..,......"..,.........,..'''-.

bark. e e e Children in Court I I

I Many people spend considerable By Judge Malcolm Hatfield.MNMMMMMNNMIINMNIWIMMINMNNNMMNNM.
time in training animals but few Miami. Biscayne Blvi, at llth St. Store boons Dally 11:38 to 6:39; Saturday t.3t to MO
try to train themselves Outside I
the few years spent in public THE EVER-PRESENT MORON
schools and fewer In colleges, but Considering the fact that thou-
little attention is paid to developing sands of mentally defective persons
our own minds and modes of are at large throughout the
1 thinking: we treat them like some nation, it is unwise for parents to
do their fields-lust let them run I I permit their daughters to dress In .
to weeds and worthlessness. Psychologists .a manner that Will expose any part ,,
\ say there are two general i''of i their anatomy The public Is "
., I types of minds: the introvert|frequently made aware of this ),
and the extrovert The first Is
problem by reading press descriptions -
selfish. and self-centered and needs of the attack of some moronor r
I rigid cultivation In service to oth- sex pervert on an Innocent child t'
ers, in doing the things we do not Young men and women must also
like to do In order to get ourselves be made to realize the danger of
j to living beyond ourselves The ,parking their automobiles along
j extroverts are the happygoluckypeople country roads or In non-residential .
who need restraining as I sections of the city There is need
I badly as the others do expanding! for parents to take greater precau-
e tion In educating their children to
!\ (ti i That this old earth was once a I I shun approaches of adult men t
I y I wholly tropical region Is attested who profess to take a fatherly Interest 7"I e
i : by the fact that geologists tell us in them.NEWT .
L | our coal supply Is the carbonising I I I
: f or "charcoaling of the tremendous
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fl. tropic growth that covered !
{I area The Impress of fern leaves I I G. BALL
can frequently be seen in soft coal I{
I This fact la further strengthened NOTARY'PUBLiO
by finding In arctic Siberia and in thought I knew'
:North America of the bones Of
\;. I mastodons imbedded In Ice. More Fire Insurance and

', recently been made similar in Antarctia discoveries, or have the Kindle-A ttne all about automobiles Iconstruction"

region of the south pole.
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Heard recently this good definition SS N. Eros Are
:i I of an excuse: the hide of al-f A LOT of folks have had their yes It Is backed by

truth stuffed with lie. opened wide by a ride In a 1939 an experience of building far

Ford V-8. They Just didn't realize more cart than anybody else in

how much more value and how the world.

f many Improvement weVe put In One ride In today's Ford--

PARLEH this car the last few years. with lie smooth It-cylinder engine,

Today's advanced Ford b a stabilized chassis, hydraulic

product of progressive engineer braket-will prove It's the

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: 1lln: and Around I I YOU'LL WANT EVERYTHING



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I r, Mrs. Eva Collins who under- Henry R. Pridgen of Jacksonville .
:.went a major operation In Jack- and son, Henry, Jr., are visit. fir on1f58/
1 o*ion Memorial hospital in Miami Ing Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Edwardsand
On i June ( and suffered a relapse Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Lehman.
i week ago Is now reported to be
r n the road to recovery. Earl Smith left Thursday for .
for Long Beach, Cat. where he is ;
,Mr. and Mn. W. D. Horne and stationed/ in the navy. p '" f -
laughter, Elizabeth, returned to
Homestead Monday after a vaca- Miss Fern Robertson Is spend 1 I AND ills d./.rwv4/ a! Pootiae.N .
Jon, Of several weeks In which ing the summer at Southern Baptist !
Mrt. Home and Miss Elizabeth Student Union Assembly m ,
Vent to San Francisco while Mr. RIdgecrest, N. C. A.nh w.tM,1t wetM.. 1
Horhe stayed at Hot Springs. ewae.s..wnee te..s ve
Jack Gatlln left Wednesday fora i cwt WOW*ease. 1
|[Chief of Police O. a Sullivan visit with an uncle and aunt
> UI at his home on N. W. First Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Henderson, in t .
iltreet. Atlanta. t

Frank U bawl ta recovering at Mn. Minnie Hughes of Pahokee GENERAL MOTORS' SECOND LOWEST-PRICED CAR '
spent the fJ. !
home from a tonsllectomy performed week end with her
4 at Post Graduate hospital brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and (Af Lt a Pontiac speak 0 at stop. SWIM how It J d
I Mn. W. B. Flowers. Mr. Flowers
(Sunday. her V3' for ItMlf. Take the hand I... Lawn how easy! It
accompanied home for a
I one-
Mn. Frank Skill and her daugh-I week visit wheel and test It ullf.Rate b ta turn and park. YOU'LL BE PROUD. TO OWN t

Sfier, Miss Elizabeth, the power and pick-up. Pontiac U Its...but MMman. '
B Frank, Jr.. left Tuesday for Washington Mrs. Henry Olsen and son left Mark the Mnoothnm and You will want ...,. >
D. C, where Mrs. Skill Wednesday for a visit in Chicago
omfort. Note the balance thing It'aand It's PONTIAC
Sand,her ton will visit Mrs Skill's I gotat
(brother-in-law and sister Mr and Miss Jane Gatlln and Miss Irene curves.. at his speeds everything you want! 'rwt..a.'sera.rseems :'rf t
,4 Mrs. J. T. White. Mist Skill will Jackson returned Thursday from .....__.._soma's a.e
Avon Park where they had been
K attend summer school at the University -
| of Maryland. Mn. Skill ence.attending a Presbyterian confer Preston B. Bird Motor Company 1 '
swill return In a month and Frank,
Jr., will go to Vineland Training South Krome Ave. Homestead, Fla. Phone It \
Ernest P. Roberts and Ms ,
|School for Boys In Vlneland, N. J. I sou \
(Continued on Page Eight)
\ Charles Pratt, president of the
(Florida Avocado and Persian Lime
I Growers, left Wednesday for Al-
j berta. Canada, where he'will Visit
{relatives

; Mr. and Mn.:-Carl Wagner and

their. children, Kathleen, Bruce
s.'and Marilyn, will leave today for
", Crandall, Ind., to spend A vacation -
with relatives

J' Mrs. 1.. R. Jacobs returned to
,'her home In Eyansvllle, Ind., afterspending \
{( several weeks here with 1 1ihe
1 son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
sand Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, during .
J the latter'l Illness. 0a
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Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb and
daughter returned home Tuesday
from Hot Spring, Ark. MlM w
J I Mary Catherine Watkins of Hat-
tlesburg, Miss.,niece of Mrt Webb,
'and Alvin McClendon of Boston,
Ga, I nephew of Mr. Webb, accompanied -
? them to Homestead for
r a visit
I
A. I. Wilson of West Palm Beach aft
spent several days this week %A fmn
Ing his nephew and niece vlalt-I'
[Mn. Ralph Wilson.

: Mr. and Mn. C. J. Parman have
> u guests for several weeks Mr. ; !
and Mrs. Kenneth Sabln of To- = =
ledo and son, Otto, who arrived



i pltal.Wednesday daughter Wednesday Mrs. Gordon were from Ivey University brought and Infant home his- i Today's. HomeIs I II



Laban Bishop-and;; 'Stanley Witt-
kop will leave Sunday for Cleve-
"land, and they will be Joined at I Wrapped in Security I
Metter, Ga., by Mn Bishop who
hat been visiting there. Mr. Witt-
kop will go on to Ida, MIch., to
visit his parents.Mr. =- =

and Mrs. Henry E. Johnson E Come in and let us tell you bow you can have a home "wrapped _
will leave Sunday for onemonthvisit
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with relatives In Massachusetts up in security" with an MIA Insured Loan. ,"- ,
Mr. Johnson Is the meat =s -
cutter for Franklin's Grocery. = We will be glad to explain how you can build a home to fit your

her Mn.granddaughter Adelaide J,."Marjorie'Carleton Boyd and I family-on a financing plan to fit your budget. -

Carleton, of Gainesville visited In ,
Homestead Monday with Mr. and "" And we'll help put your loan through-whether you want to : '
Mrs. Ben Archer.

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Van Marter build new home or_remodel your present one.
have told their summer home In 3 EI
Ithaca, N. Y., and are now living

In Myron South Lansing Grennell, N.returned Y. Sunday I W.D. HORNE CO. Inc. i

from RIdgecrest, N. C., wherehe ,
attended the Southern Baptist ::::
Student Union Assembly -- LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL

Mr. and Mrt. A. J. Campbell Phone 507-J Frank L. Skill, Owner Homestead, Fla.
spent the week-end visiting Mrs.
Campbell's brother-in-law and a =

in sister.Hollywood Mr, and.Mrs, E. P.- Wilson,! f 1 IDllfntftt( ft(IlBii(( 1( f 1(J((((rntnrlIlImlftritminlmlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll( ( ( > ( ( ({ ( ( ( ( llllllllllfllnllllllllllllllllnlllllllllllHlllnmalllllllll( ( ( / ( ( ( ( 11HIHIHIIiHIIH(( {





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Pare Six THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday June 23, 1939

MISS CLARA BELLE STUART .Y.NNNNIN NN.NNNNNN.NNnNN.N.NNNNNNNIM UDDON-ANDERSON
REDS B. HILLENBURGH The Calendar MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEDMr.

| Miss Clara Belle Stuart and ..-..---.-."...--.--..... and Mrs. William Anderson
Richard Hillenburgh were marriedIn of Silver Palm drive and Newton
I Social Events Stuart on June 10, local friends June 23.-Meeting of-study classof road announce the marriage of
learned this week. Woman's Club with Miss Jennie their daughter Mabel to Benjamin
1 > Mrs. Hillenburgh has lived with ,Lobdell. Sullivan Liddon of CracevUle, Fla.,
" June 23.-Townsend Club meetIng -
SaloomWILLIAM her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. May 30 In Chipley.
) dlllmummsl I land Mrs. Clifton DeBerry for the In Neva King Cooper Schoolat The bride after her graduation
FORSYTH TO BE WEDDED JUNE 25 I past three years. She was graduated 2:30. from Redland school attended the

TO MISS PATRICIA H. YOUNG OF ORLANDO from the Homestead High LobdeU June 26.-Meeting of Jennie Florida State College for Women
Circle.
(School In May. from which she was graduated In
( I Mr. Hillenburgh was employed! June 26.- -Meeting of Homestead 1833. After teaching home economics -
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. forayeth of I,, "The wadding will take place on 'at the W. P. Cash Filling Stationin B. P. W. C. In the high school at Chrl...
.) Florida City will go to Orlando the twenty-fifth) of June at Homestead during the past wln- June 28,_B. P. W. G. benefit tie two ;years she became home
I( Central Christian Church with the card and game party In Hospitality supervisor for the Social Service
jter.The
\ Saturday to attend the marriage of Rev. Morris Butler Book officiat young couple left at once House at 8 p. m. office in Bonifay.The .
| their ton, William, to MU Patricia I ing. ,[on a wedding trip to Bedford, Ind., June 30.-COvered dish lunch bridegroom attended Stan-
: Helen Young of Orlando on Sun- I Miss Young's sister Lucille, the home of the bridegroom. eon of Redland Home Demonstration ton Military Academy at Stanton,
day. will be her only attendant."Mr. Club with Mrs Seymour Va., and the University; of Floridaat
The announcement of the approaching Fonyth Is the son of Mr. MASONS ARE GUESTSOF Dane. Gainesville. He Is a memberof
; marriage aa printed by I and Mn. Lesley Forsyth of Florida AD ASTRA CHAPTER the Kappa Alpha fraternity.; At
an Orlando paper reads ai follows: City Fla., and Is a graduate of The Rev. J. E. Johnstone was RAIN OR SHINE CLUB present he U engaged In the mer.
"Mr. and.Mra. J. W. Young; of I the University of Florida at guest speaker at the meeting of HONORS MRS. RUE cantile business in Gracevllle.
Orlando announce the betrothal':Gainesville, where he was a memo Ad Astra Chapter of the O. E. 8. The Rain or Shine Club honored Immediately; after the ceremonyMr.
and approaching marriage of their:,ber of Delta Tau Delta fraternity. Friday evening when the Masons Mrs. Frank Rue with a handkerchief and Mrs. Llddon left on a wed-
daughter Patricia Helen to Mr.:I i I He Is now connected''with Florida and their wives were honor guests shower and luncheon Tuesday ding trip to New York.
William H. Forsyth. II., of Fern- I I Public Service at' Fernandina, After the program, community; at the home of Mrs. T. J. Faust
andina, Fla. where the coujple will! reside." singing was enjoyed.The Mrs Faust and Mrs. W. E. Rheney I chicken supper which the r. L. T.

-}.... H officers and members of were the hostesses. Club will sponsor on Saturday,
MRS. E. E. ATKINSON JUNIOR CLUB HAS M the chapter presented Mr. and I, The others present were: Mrs. July 1.
f ENTERTAINS W. M. S. DINNER AND PARTY Mrs. A. R. Livingston with a gift Frank Skill\, Mrs. C. J. Parman, A game was played; during the
"Home Life" was the topic of a The Junior Woman's Club helda This is the last meeting until the Mrs. Helen Hackler Mrs. JulianH. social hour and in'this Mrs. L P.
talk. given by Mrs. J. J. Richards -dinner meeting and bunco party I first Friday In October, it was an Webster and Mrs. Lee H. Leh McLean was prize winner.
at the meeting of the W. M. S. at at the Homestead Country Club nounced. man.
Roval Palm State Park on Tuesday Monday night when Mrs. J. D. Present besides those named REBEKAIIS ASSIST
when Mrs. E. E. Atkinson was Perkins, Mrs. Stanley Wittkop and were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank REBEKAIIS PLAN IN INITIATION
hostess.It Mrs. Robert Glenn, Jr., were I Schneider Mr. and Mrs. Chas. O. FOR INSTALLATIONPlans Mrs. Blanche Chapman Mrs. E.
was decided I that the Marion hostesses Turner, Mr. and Mrs W. B. Caves for Installing officers of S. Capllnger Mrs. H. B. Seattle,
Flu las circle will have charge ol Twrnty-nlne member were Mr. and Mrs. J W. English,, Mr. Coral Rebvkah Lodge were made I Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe, Dr. Irene
the refreshments for the next present. and Mrs. R. G. Moon, Mr. and Mrs at the meeting of Liberty Rebekah Shanklin and Claus Grlnold assisted -
meeting, July 18, and the Pearl Edw!: Norman Jr., Mr. and Mrs Lodge Monday evening In the I. O. In the Initiation of eleven
Davis Circle will give the program. Walter Thompson, Mr. and Mrs O. F. halL Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe candidates at the meeting of Coral
LEADERS ASSISTAT
j LOCAL Sam J. Davis, Mr. and Mn Ben will have of
All circles except the Jennie charge the drills. Rebekah Lodge In Coconut Grove
l ANNUAL 4-II CAMP Young, Mr. and Mn. A. D. Smith. Plans
tobdoll will I were made also for a Tuesday evening.
Circle meet together
o Mn. W. W. Bethea persldent of Mrs. R. W. Mullins, Mrs Lloyd ----
until fall, It was decided. 1 Homestead Home DemonstraItion DeiU, Mrs. Frank Morris, Mrs. J .
Mrs. Lloyd Deltz sang severalnumbers. Club, Is serving as sponsor to D. Redd Mrs. Annie R. Butler Mrs. "I" .
ItUG
TH. .: .( .Jit.: lIf 'kwH
the third year 4-H Club girls at B. G. Branch Mrs. L. L. Bow Mrs. '1'.. "
A covered dish luncheon was the annual 4-H Club camp In Herbert Katz, Mrs Rose Wilson
served at noon. Miami Beach. Miss Leola Little Mrs Tallman Mrs. J. A. Daugh-
t Those present were: Mr. and and Miss Prlscllla Fread, member tery, Misses Esther and Helen Livingston
Mrs. Richards, Mrs. E.: S. Cap- of the alumnae group, are assistingIn Miss Alice Macomber and THE DIXIE DRUG
linger, Mrs. Mollie WIngate Mrs. instruction work. Miss Mildred Sullivan.
F. M. Hunt Mrs. Joel J. Robinson .
Mrs. Grace J. U. JACK POLK HOWARD JOHNSON
Smith, Mrs. a P. W. C. BEGINS SERIESOF REDLAND LADIES' AID
Free Mrs. Geo. Hanson Mrs. BENEFIT PARTIESThe HONORS MRS. DEUEL HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
M% Carlton, Mrs. II. M. Glbbs, Mrs.
The
Business and Professional Redland Ladies' Aid as a Phone 31 and 9101
J. E!: Davis Mrs. Sam Davis, Mrs. : .
Women's Club held the first of compliment to. Mrs. Geo. E. Deuel
a
John Anderson, Mrs. J. L. Ballard, who left Thursday for a visit with
aeries of benefit card parties Wednesday Xmf4r..siNGH 50 dose bottleBISMAREX
.
Mr Jason
and
Avery daughter,
relative in Vermont held id regular
Do othy, Mrs. J. A. McNeill, Mrs when night at Hospitality House meeting on Wednesday a day CARBONATES
C. Hagler Rice, Mrs. Bessie Sho- twenty-six persons spent the earlier than usual.The COMPOUND
wliter, Mrs. L. D. Wyman, Mn. evening playing bridge and Chinese meeting was held at the' I The four w
N. G. Ball, Mrs. Roy Chandler, checkers. home of Mn. Dave Kufeldt. 59* : relief for acid-
i Mr*. Delta and Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson Prizes were awarded, and coffee The society decided to hold only, t\ tadlgtitlon.
and home baked cakes Alkillie to prtTint
} were .
one meeting In July and one inAugust
served. chemical imbalance
Folding SnugfoJfountain
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when acidity threatens
tR'RRRTIIT: Out of town guests were Mrs. Present besides Mrs. Deuel and '" ?
Vine Betterly, Mrs. C. Campbell the hostess were: Mrs. Clna I Syrine
Evelyn Cooke Mrs. .D Myers and Miss Myers, all Stewart, Mrs. Anna Mes enmlth. i Rexall
of Miami Springs. Mrs. C. Ben Plummer, Mrs. Carrie Cream For travel,TICStioas.Withcait.-
Studio of Dancing: Everyone is invited to attend McCullough, Mrs. Geo. E. Reed,I Gypsy d
the parties which the club will Mrs. Fred Kufeldt Mrs Ida Eby; II w
Now has claws on hold regularly on Wednesday evenings Mn. M. M. Ramsay; Mrs. E. J. 711JIIIDbll1l.1 Grandtoretleve $$27 Cascade
Monday, Thursday Afternoons : at t o'clock. Moore and Mrs. H. J. Armstrong. tte.Gresscess .

InHospitality ,NNINnI1NMIN WNNNN W NN/NIpM........................".........".....,.....N.._N"?.....?......_.. i Wrist Watch
Gypsy Dial is two '
t :. House Homestead :' Closing Out Persian Cat KennelsAt SunTan Oil toned. Un-

All type, et dancing crystal
Tap, acrobatic, ballet, ballroom: Unheard of Prices ilth
tan50Ot0without VISIT
Special Ballroom Class burn.
:for high school students every:. +
PURE f22sfgif
Thunday night at 7:30 o'clock 1: I OUR
HAIR DRYER
CLASS INSTRUCTION t '{. SODA
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50e per lesson or 14 per month BRED,
: I/I Tht quick,Mty FOUNTAINtR
way tt dry hair.
COLOR

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Fast, friendly servicePRESC1t1PTIONB Shed
a prices ant M the bong by tXftrlMKti pharmacists. '
at the Rash stop Accuracy assured
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I... .lumoaeol. ... lIMe W.sfw m.*. Beujai stock with Innumerable champions -1 f LT 0 J\J.'S

I Oeatf ss beadle ana leeks reels and double champions in pedigree.

.i d -*. We ******* r. elL 0/ 1ulip
Shelton Thennl ae CroqalcnoleWave Kittens $3 to $10 :

J I 1 pair of kittens of different blood strain.I 'w' BEAUTY SECIU-
c. _
Lead MU M* TIMALICE'S Merin"
matron from Baby Grand 2
-- queen years ".
gCkart worsen' have learned when thT want
BeAUTY I old, at reasonable price for a good home. : BEAUTIFUL NATURAL PERMANENT WAVES'

2 )&ak.TOUT appointment lodorlPAT'S
PARLOR MRS. RAY FLEMING -

In-14 r.crouAss ....... 16 S. W. Third Ave. S. F. Matthews Home Rom Bldf. BEAUTY Homestead, Fla.PARLOR Phone 18

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June 23 1939 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE


,, InctiSOCIAL closes Sunday Lot 14, Block I. Olympia. B.I.hlo. .
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Sub d., Flat Hook iw. run. 5. m mo vwmtt -
I G EVENTS' Those going were: the Rev. and of atop nf FlvrWn. m ombrnndW

Mrs. C. Q. Nelson Mrs. Catch Ku I fttlIiOt'.. No. I1SS Ih. Miiimunt iwd .-..fMM CLASSIFIED JPj

..\' ........,............''''''......."..'-........-..-... ,feldt, Miss Merle January, Ml.eMary praponr was In the Under nnmo tho of MM Mrt Certificate Nottt. Dndd. I
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I R P. W. C. PRESIDENT Engle, Miss Jean Eby, Miss ubdn Lot U.Plat Block took 5. Olympia. t. U Height the oount RATE Pint insertion 104 a line;

I ANNOUNCES COMMITTEES Julia Harford and Albert January.Mrs. I > of iio ., State ofl.o':::.u omknoHl MU In 9< a line :
Certificate No. list Th. commonest of
L The following B. P. W C. committees property under tho MM Certificate houodWM I
'I club funds Edward Norman Jr., Mrs. la kM nnnM of Mn N.".. Dodd
for earning U._ MU Certificates ...>U no ndnanJnooordlM FOR SALE-House on two lots MI
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have been announced by Mrs. Harold Sheffield Mrs. WI1J. u .... tho piin.ru doMrihodttKnln FOR RENTFOR Corner on Eighth
Stewart, club president'For : Geronimo and Mrs. Frank B. Rue will I M sold to the hvnoM bidder ntUM Florida City.
Clna door on tko rim HondnrIn Dixie Highway. Bargain
Court beat* at and
June, Mrt. A. C. Easton, attended a covered dish luncheon tho mouth ol July. I.... Which It UM '' RENT Five-room unfurnished Box 82 Dei,-
M. KUng
J.
Hammett Mrs. L. H. meeting of the Dade County Council l So. house. l\In. Mary Doyl Apply I
Mrs. J. F 11.:10'=_ War M>y. A. D. IMS.r field Fla. (19-30)
,; Greer, Mrt. Jane Nesbltt, Mrs. B. of the Legion Auxiliary in B LKATHKMMAN. (12.16) -

% A. Waldln; July Mrs. Lloyd Delta Coral Gables Legion hall Monday.Homestead's Clerk Oowtr of OtoMtt....Cwott.Dodt ..... Furnished two bed- FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus -
RENT
FOR -
u Mrs. Roy Chandler Mrs. Flora D. Circuit Court VoltNOIItl trees and tropicai fruit in
furnished
N. C. sTLRRKTT. D. ... room h 0 use, also) I
Mn By
I'I Mye.., Mrs. Chas Clinton, I : season. Jungle Grave, Redlanl
Oldest (Juno 1 s. It. Is, 1989) apartment. Reasonable rent
Harold Sheffield; August, Mrs. J. to read and Plummet- drive.
Reduction
E. Gauzens, Mrs. W. R. Bird, Mn Barber Shop OF APPLICATION roB All convenience

Lena Knowles, Miss Anne Lee, TAX DUD right party by the year. Eva I LOSTLOST
i that Thomu Wool. drive and Federal -
hereby titan Biscayne
to Collins
Notice ,
.: Mrs. Virgil Lyon; September, Mrs I ''r holder of City of Mlnml Tal OnrtMnulumk
D. L. BOWENNow of Jun. Highway. white fox terrier -
1 C. H. Steffan!, Mrs. Ben Archer, r.d It06l. dated OM Uk day Brown and
) I >. D. lost hn filled Mid CoRUlMto In miftln I about 3 mom old. t>--
,i; Mrs. C. W. McEwen, Mrs. Nesbitt, and kM made Application for toiod GOOD cool roomy apt. tot rent. puppy

rf Mrs. Bird; October, Mrt Hanv : la new quarter three to tam thoroon onknWM In Moordilw the *follow will Private bath, reasonable rate.I male. Will appreciate if Ilnd..rwlU
C.rUfk.1. 85 Horm
,
;? mett, Mn. A. C. Easton, Mrs doors south of the First ,iw n, doirrllMd Bold property, situated IB Dodo. Ask at Western Union. (ml7tf) : return or phone (123t1)I1ISCELLANZOUS
i. Creer, Mrt. Neibitt, Mrs C. L kninll. FlorUn, to-wlll stead B. E. Catlln.
I
Natloval Bank Lot II, Ulk e. OeM Park Plat Book 5-room house
'H Ooley; November, Mrs. Myers, '... ItW. In the City ol Mlnml County elad. JNFURNISHED :
Mrs. Chandler Mrs. Sheffield, COOL AND SANITARY ) ., State of 'lor_ In Redland Lights, water.

Mrs. Clinton, Mrs. Deltz; Decent Expert: and courteous ...nice.A h.The. Mid._OrtUlroto mn' ..,...Mid.. wu BToportr In tho md Miami. Brooks, Inc., Phone 78-B. MRS. J. B. TOWER will pay $3
...
Knowles Mrs. Gauzens be appreciated. UnloM said Certificate .11
'J'' ber, Mrs. trial will of Unknown. takenJune
M law. tax dead all for return of lawn-mower
.. redeemed according FOR SALE
'," Mn. Bird Mrs. Lyon, Miss Lee. e Juno.
out th.__ on the Sltk dny of 18 by negro. (pj30)
A kitchen shower was given foi, A. D. 1980.Dowd ,
this. 14th day of II... A. D. ISIS. CHOICE LIMB TREES on rough JJ JJtern.
at Monday eve APPLICATION YouTAX furnished
Hospitality House NOTICI or E. B. LKATMEKMAN!: root. Splendid root syi- RENT YOUR HOUSE-
y I dinner meeting DEED Clerk of Limit Court, lemon I have year
bf ning's pot-luck IIM unfurnished.
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;, Acrto Pratt
CkMlor 1T4IT- Dodo County, FV ldn. 40c each. Chas. ,
,V Mrs. Hammett presented a pro Notice k hots gives Oat A. M Khi., Circuit Court BeallBe (JuleJ77)MILK 'round client Benjamin W

gram on "Taxation and the Farm"and holder. 1X1 of tint houod and the. Comix 41k oor Tax of OortUlMUNo. Aural, ( N. C. .TRlltT, 0. 0. Redland road. Morris, registered real estate

a quiz on the material gives A. D. IMS kM. filed MUM In my offlco (11- 141 aUbe I. t. N. as 190491 GOATS-Two young S.nen ..- broker, N. Krome ave. next to

followed the program. I, lo nd...kM Wood made....11I...>..1..11.. Sold<. for Certificate n u. deed ont.krnoM IN Till CIRCUIT COURT ELItVINTR does from S and 8 qt. does Baptist Church. (Jultlf)

Present were: Mrs. Stewart, Mw following described property In llDICIAl CIRCUIT, IN AND FOS and from buck whose dam's milk
Dude, SUM of FlorUo, DADS LOUKTY. FLORIDA. IM CHAN'CERY. BUY at Shanklin Variety -
of : AND
County SEE
Mrs. Waldln, Mrt. Myers, Mrs the No. I1MI..LKANOR record I is 74 qU. per day. Pedigreed

Clinton, Mrs. Easton, Mrs Chandler '"wu Lot M. Blork .. Ro4uM.. ofDrnnn : C. B. BETANCOURT PUIntltf.ARLOg and registered in buyer's Grove West Florida City.aTU
Pint Bonk IS. Page II. )
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Mrs Delta, Mrs. Hammett and In the County Rldn of Dodo state ol Florid.. ... name. Will freshen soon. S. IT.

Mist Lee. Tho Mid Mi.ii.imnt-eertlflest.of Issued told wn propane In UM cods agaveall AZPUZU BETANCOURT.IMondmnt.. Matthews, 18 S. W. 3rd avt. HOME!: laundry Mrs. Jernlgim
tho
totho (Plt7)
Unknown. It appearing by affidavit appended 820 S. Krome Ave.
EPISCOPALIANS HOLD union Mid !/.. abuts bo ndomwdiMordlns hill fllrd In the above stated l .nun tII.1CARLO'

-COVERED DISH SUPPERA to low. the ...|...., doOTltwdthoiwln AZPIAIU BETANCOUHT.: ... _ldrnlI tni IF YOUR CAR OR BOAT engine
will M sold la the highest hhumit wf.nd.nt therein Mnwd U n WANTEDWANTE1
the tint Mon. auto of Florlon. and II a resident wastes oil and gas. try'
door at the
covered dish supper for mem. the Court boom .. whkh I ol ........ that n fun
by In tho month of \.. 1999, ,'"I Colon Hopubllo OVRHAUL Takes only 30 min- with car for Raw-
Church residence of the -man
was
bert of the Episcopal .
particular
IM
tho 1th day of August thor or moo
10
held at the home of Mrs. Ruth L, Dated this lath day of Jute. 1'H'. :..rrnd.nl unknown, and that then oorrwi to mrnon utes to install, saves oil and gas leigh route. Experience preferred
the
K. B' LEATHt-RMAr. I In tho But ol PlorMn. to 50%, increases compression Sales
!: whom up but not necessary
Scott Friday. Circuit Court. In Chancery upon
of f Summon.
Clerk n
After supper card games, Chinese Dodo County, Florida.I wild kind iwh D..nMn. and that, lot k and speed. Costs only $2.(S. I way up this year. Write Rawlelh'l -
[Circuit Court BMI.By ,.ver the ..., of twcnty.mo years MMonmld.nt P. O. Box 215 Princeton. (pa25) Dept FAF-102-MK,
that ,
checkers and other games wen M c. iTFRRrrr, D c. IT IB THEREFORE ORDERED
enjoyed. Door prizes were wonby (Juno SI, SO; July 1. 111NOTICE \n Defendant bt and of ho complaint to barrel SALE-Budded citrus trees Memphis, Term* or see Henry
lull
t the' FOR
to appose
squired I'
Mrs R. F. Blackford, Mrs. W APrMCAlton Ft>a IlItdlo Mid came on or baton Monday UM. ready now. Isle of Pines gf., Kufeldt. Homestead Ha. (p30)
OF nllmiutu
the
E. Rheney Mrs. Ceo. N. Wakefield I rd day of July 1M, otherwise and Jaffa'
TAX DEED Temple
oonlotoW lime
of Mid bill will M takes M Persian I WANTED-Painting or carpentry
and Billy Clark. Ch..... HIST_A.' IMS-FIU A I M-I
NonCE IS HERESY GIVEN that H.l.nMraro. !,10 1 Mid further tl..dont.ordered that order bo pub.. orange, also kumquat. Ready ; work. Price reasonable Corbet
attended.A .
About fifty-five I[ koldrr of But and County tuxvrtlnrato. It II for four conMcutlnw.ki St. and lit Ave.
week 4th
,
Cor.
group of eight from the Red- No. 1ISI mil 2ISD breed the i ibrd one In the n LMd.r-CnUrprlM. n new, now unbudded seedbed plants of I Smith, 'w
.... A. D. I"e, hu filed residence of W B. Flowers,
at
Ird day of "'t. In uU County and Btnto.ATHtRMAH. also large stock
Jand Community Church are attending offln. and has made ipplleltlon'or sour punished lemon and gf., U
the Methodist Institute In, MOM n In tax my dead M ... Issued .h...... R.ldrtiflcaUMl This X4F II.E. B.lose.. H in. callper. Ready in Au,. Homestead. ( )

: this week. They. I.'. endings, the following desorib.d I' Clerk of Circuit Court.Circuit and Sept. pink seedless gf, high
Daytona leach property, In the County of Dndo. BUMt Salt TUTORING WANTED -
Court
left Monday and will return when, Florid.. to-wltl Oneco tan., Valencia, king, pineapple \ and grade school subjects.
school
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i... .... ..?11,1111,0, ",.. .... .. ''' '...UilL.-.... 'il and naval orange (the Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. B,

juicy sort). Roberts NurseriesDan Flummer drive and Country

M. Roberts Prop, Epmon road.
Club
Dr. V4 mL E. ot Krome Rd.

(m2818)I!,

I Home
Buy a
By R H. KICK JR. Deputy Clark I IR'

P KRRK BRANN1NG, Buy Grove Land

The Creed io Publishing int.NOTKE. r for D.Oomplalonnt..t J... .J. '. II, a 4.41,, I Buy Glade Land


l OF APPLICATION FOR I It is my firm belief that Ugh.

I" :: TAX DEED er prices are Imminent.Don't
Chapter IMM-\... of IMt-A IHI !
IB HERESY GIVKN that Hotel, I quibble about price.

of Grove Dairy :! r M14 Inldrr No. 4S1 of auto Hued and IH Count fed day T.oAiwuot. : : Don't wait.

Alpine A. D 1M1, .ku rued some In m: Buy now.You'll ,
trfeo and hM ..;.; .Pi.lic.Uon for tnidMd ,.1 I .
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for this .
to ... barred tkmon. Sold Cwtlflr.t.ibr thank me
I M the following dMcrlbrd proportjtho I Session s few months benre.I .
1n County of Dodo But of Florklatawtar 1 I

Lot IS. Block S, Olympia H.lht, pin ,I 11. A. Cameron
Book 10. !. In the County of Dodo.
i'r of :i.oI: .. i
the
of state
r Every day we will remember that the health : Tho _m..t of Mid property ndm. .pea whom would kind tho ...........10. ti.dLhot
: tko Mid' orrtlflrau issued ww In the nnmiill tlwy and each ol thorn are over the

community is in our hands. j Velvet Mn.Mid Nottlo.nldc.t Oodd hall ... ............. .forms.. of twenty-lino ky Mid affidavit ream: and chit It If further Mid foi Ate",

1 neoordlnc' to .law the propane 4.arlb. ... of them nro dad, that
,. ...,..... or may
.. the highest blddoiVho
.. _.... will bo old to dreIsea. (rnntOM. MilineM *r
i haw door on the tint Mon help heirs ,
Court and
unknown
( know"*' that the j 'Jn the month ol July IM. whkh ll :lnim.nt. under: them sit unknown nnd th tln.ro
for tirelessness are
will relax our vigilance we ] of July, lfCntod > ih.t their ,
We never the Srd My or noono In the BtelT
In no
pmon
....
!
of May
flat d.y
1 thin
J r\lo of n ukpoonn upon
Florldn the w>
products to E. B LtATBERMAN.: > holes d .
unknown
our Mid
kind
is dependent kora would
upon
generation ol Ctrtult Court
coming Moo Clerk County Florldn.ji ru..a. stows. a.lwaas ontorod thnt aI' ...1.Mid...oomdtWf.ndnntn '",

bodies. (Ctmolt court 55.1, It to ther.laro def.adati' ,
and healthy Mid unknown
sod
bones .
c.j
r build strong 1 Ry N. C. nEItRE1'\. D. md th and ..101 them Mend they wior.by <
jJ... 1. '. u, II. Wit ro..ull>d to nppMt to tho Bill of
fllod In MM MUM nn ot beforedeaday.

well old and all trust us-we .111 Test'mriAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT, 'DARK. nJV.\oTB COUNTY: ,, .onpl.lnt, the and ay.d July.Mid A.kill D.will It*b*>,
r Because sick and young 1, FLORIDA. IN (BANCKBY.TMO \ absentee. the askm abow by Mid of tMndtnto
reassesses
j No. "71.0\ .ahem It to n>further ......... that this. order Wtublnikrd
COMPANYae.rpre
will be a never-failing source of supply. CHELlEoINVEV.TMENT_tlo. FlnintttfC onto n week for LMd.r-Knt.rprto font tmuwutlvrk. >.
HonMotMd
In the
j snJlute.
W. CRATER. and Cl'SSlC CRAY. i now>pnp.r published In Mid County

his. wits, M ol. nor......... .
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,And, because we have fully accepted these responsibilit. :; BILL TO romtruwc TAXCERTIFICATR This Mar re.t'a its LEATHERMAM.CUrh of Clrt.lt 00611,116C1tui .

at night feeling that we have earned 1 In tko >MM of tko nf'tdnrlt stage ol Uppermost Florida! to toMU < ( Court Droll,
1 t. {des 'Ye will go home It fllod appearing to tko or.boy. stated MUM that MMtwjd By R H RICE, JR. Deputy Clark.

W. any Jr. one Gawk, I. M MoCASKILL.Solicitor ,
of C.
place those who serve mankind. bioKkhw and MMBUut tot Plolntlft,
among : Over hw wUo Fred A.
a .
too BorurHy Bulldlnt.dinml.
j. Ion ol the ...grit I. onnknown.

I .SUM pi .Florid and that the then oonrtoo to M ol ptnon.ubpoeac!.thi: I .Fin.3,.. I. 5. 11 ... SS "")






Alpine Grove Dairy EDWARD STiLING .



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'HP" 0 B. PARKER* Prop. Real Estate General Insurance :


Homestead Florida '

NOTARY PUBLIC



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Page Eight THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, June 23, 1939 !

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barker and i ,llllllIIIl1111IllIIlIIIIlIIllitlllllilllilllllllllllllllll( !( /lil I.! Ii IY '
moved
!( } IN AND AROUND lOa. Charles on Monday
ii' Into the Fred Brockett cottage on 1- i' 'I
Eighth street which they will occupy flJ .
! HOMESTEAD during the absence of Mr. and war a4N&LIIf.... '
". Mr. Harry Degler, Sr
H, d j (Continued From Page Five) rUTTHISBCAUSSON, JUNIOR VIOUUNT JUNIOR EATS VEbCTABLU 1
I Ernest E. Roberta of Miami are Mrs R. MatUon of Cape Sable lYOUNfiMAN/AfTttTWISj GT HIS VEETA&LESS0I Army HOUSE!TRADE WHERE
home today tomorrow spent the week-end with her son 1rou EAT YouR HAD 10 SPANK HIMFactory /
If expected or I In-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs IBO-WHlMTHCf HAYS ROODYEGETASLISAND ,
i t t: from claw reunions at PrincetonUniversity S WHAT'S YOU WON'T
: Johnny Becker. 6ETNADHO
I MY MUMDAUGNT6tYOU
.p, ;'\ JUNIOR BEENCOMPLAINTS. HAVE ID SPANK JUNIOR TOE
'" I, Mr*. Edwin McGarrah of Key. Joe Scales left last week for a UP TOP IUD HIM/ EAT/
visit In Moultrie, Ga. 1Ht WANIUNGrOR
West and ton are visiting Mrt i
tL; McGarrah'i parent Mr and Mr*. a NOT SUNG A 0000SHOPPER
!, Little Earlene Willis returned
Geo W. Turner, Jr., for a fewdays. /
., : l Wet week from the Kendall hos
t pital.
n, 'j (} Mr. and Mri:' Preston B. Bird r rn
); are now In Hot Springs, Ark. I J. A. Severy visited his son and
I i II daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs E
I': Roy Campbell It attending the W. Severy In Miami on Tuesdayand FVcount iht u rer to
.l C. M. T. C. camp at Fort Scriven, I Wednesday FRANKLIN 'g
Ga
I Mrs Roy Chandler and Mrs
Min Pyretlll'nee;; Sat- .
\ Emily "
Lloyd OelU attended the W. M. &
) urday from a visit In Ocala 01
luncheon
In. Royit) Palm Park
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Pj
Sonny and Joy Peters spent last 'Tuesday
{j week visiting their father, H. C. I MIRACLE WHIP
(,' Peters, In Coral Gable

;f H$ filial. Sybil Cheshire will leave A Trial racket gauSUGAR,51b.bag..25SC Pints 22c Qts. 37c I
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a I I' today to join the other members of
Qt her family who have been in Oke.-
\\1! chobee since school closed. S Freedom
MeansA
j!. Mr and Mrs-: -Fred Redd anddaughters GRAPE JUICE, Qts. 27 N. C. CobblerPOTATOES E
l i Misses Annabel and
,\4 Theresa, returned home Tuesday CustomerAT = Ibs24c i,
!Ile from a trip to the world fair in Any Brand
I New York and visit with relativesIn 11'9 C s
I MILK 3 tall
5
:i South Carolina cans ..
j t" LOCAL KILLED i
,I: CITY' = Dillon'
".. { FLORIDA By Mrs.W. W. Severy DRIGGERSService | Peanut Butter 2 lb. jar 25c': FRYERS I! HENS
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"I Mr: and Mrs Paul Haley leftWednesday StationS b. ... 35c lb. ... 30c E=
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I for Buford, Qa.where c lbjjj:39c 5
( they will spend the week-end before -I Krome Ave. and Third 8U :: 5!
; ( going on to Hot Springs, Ark. Phone till : Royal ArmsCOFFEE _
They were accompanied a* far a* _
I I
Jacksonville by Roger Snow of
: Florida City and Jack Oatlln of lb. __ .Z7c
I Homestead = Pillsbury'sFLOUR) _

i \ Mr and Mrs J M.'KUn,. Mr. EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING 1 5 lb. bag _... 25Scott ': Ii
i and Mrs Bernard Justice and I
daughter, Carol Jo, of Deerfleld! I 3 ; 1
5
!\ Mr and Mr*. John Comb Prompt service on all : ryNINYYYN
daughter, Kline, and Mr*. B.-Z makes I TOWELS, roll uun 10'i PEAS lEalpberries _
specializing on
Coomb of Fort Lauderdale; Alfred -i -
:\," Blochee of Miami, and Mr*. automobile radios Ivory I Box 28c|Box .. 30c =
S. S. Shield of Florida
City were e:
.; Sunday guest at the home of Mr. L. C. Dodd I SOAP, 2 Ig. cakes.._ 15
; and Mr*. J. H. Simmon
{
Flowers Bldg. j
;; Little Norm-Bkfr celebrated

:,,\ family her her I first grandmother party birthday given,on at Mrs Tuesday the home Charles at of a I III I i I I"I Homestead Florida 1= MM WAIL OVER TOWH ARt I


'i. terved.Mr Becker. Ice cream_and cake were I IF IT'S r.0 THRIUW WITH THESE YAlUfS! I

L 1-
E. Forsyth motored to i
I
; the west coast on Wednesday =

.y Mrs. Lloyd"Delta attended an I I Long Crisp Georgia I lb. Rich Creamy s
Eastern ROOFINGWORK
Star luncheon la Miami:
) SPRY
Monday I I CELERYBunch BACON 31C: |
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., Mr and Mrs. A. B 1= 3 lb. 55cLIFEBUOY
Langham I I can .._..__
( and family and Mia Melba Sever' ______ 12c
returned on Sunday from I'I'j. T-Bone
a trip to or SirloinSTEAKS
i j. Mississippi and Alabama. :1:1I : I
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$J returned),fl'. and Friday Mr*. W.from F. A.their Robertson honey*I, Fancy Iceberg SI"OR

moon to the North to visit relatives j i I LETTUCE21g.headsl7c lb.25c 'sea
PaOTlcrsHEALTH 3 for __ 19CTOILET
_
:. Mr. and Mr*. V: O Rohrer ofi i
Miami you want"done, let"the I
visited relatives and friends'j i iin r
+ Homestead and Florida City I I knows i-:: Finest Country RoDBU'ITER >
man that
} Sunday. 4"nnvTROUBLE :
I II how, do It. No job Selected LUX SOAP

; too small or too big. SWEET YAMS lb. 29C

; STOMACH Price right.GROVER S lbs. _______ 15c '' 3for.19cRINSO
i Effectively treated
it Gold Coin.BACON .
Fresh GeorgiaPEACHES
if by Chiropractic .
$ B.
Start getting wen today

I" Dr. R. J. Elliott FLORIDA BECKER CITY 3lbs. ___.... 25c lb.25t d23c REGULAR 9c !

CIIIKOrKACTOK Phone 1602
Home Bid*. Homestead
I Luscious Ripe Boned and Rolled LUX LAKES

I BANANAS3lbs. VEAL ROAST ,

I, LARGE RESUUKlOc y

t, DR. C. II. DENBY ___e ___ lie lb. .._29C 23c :

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Fla. ootGi

(Over Brown's Drug Store)
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