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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 30, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00233
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOL. AXVIINo. 26 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA *'UliJAY. JUNK: :&>,"flay PRICE FIVE CENTS .





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I Lightning Bombs District i'UGHTSATMOM ENTRANCE




L \ HT -POWER /Avocado Bill's De:ath Laid to Grower ANDPELICANBANKSTOBEUP"AS ,I

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Failure to ShowWater Merits to Legislators


LINES FAIL AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE"
Lack of I concerted drive on the viewed the activities of the last
part of South Dade growers to interest legislature and said the work it
legislators in the merits of accomplished, while not being of --
STORMRAGES the avocado bill resulted In the;great benefit to South Dade, merited THE WEATHER Bureau Approves Recommendation -
death of the measure during the: praise because of 1U benefits ortrww .. I
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lope" a a. n.k4 I of
closing session of the legislature, to the state at large. t.t ...-. e..w..d. proms.na. Supt.
Representative Ernest Overstreetsaid "I worked hard for the avocado iMm. W. W. Demeritt
Municipal Plant Silenced in a talk at a meeting of the i bill," Representative Oventreet ._ rr-r.r-/ :

as Huge GeneratorIs Redland District Lions Club Tuesday said. "But t found that other legislators June 23 u... I 94 88 AIDS TO NAVIGATION
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Disabled night were not particularly Interested June 24 I 193 88 30.021 .It SOUGHT FOR 2 YEARS
I Representative Overstreet reANALYSIS in its passage because It* Jute 211. ._1 80 67 2,75
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merits were not I 811 ,9 211.117 ,24
pressed
TWO PERSONS GET (them. I received telegrams upon and June 27 .__ .1 I 88 11 30.03 .10 Success Follows Inspec-

SLIGHT INJURIES GIVES'other messages requesting me to;(June 21 '_' 188 till 30.011 1.88 tion Trip Made by
iput forth all my effort to see that 1June 21 ." tl8 30.10 s.oer
City Not Seriously Dam- PROOF WATER-OF!!''tb* bill pajMd.M4 I did art that ,. .,' Distrjb.CMet ? it

aged Despite Intensity I I was humanly possible to keep faith Beacons to guide fishing md
I With the South Dade growers" $1,000 IS ASKED
of Disturbance CITY IS NOT SALTYantagonism I|I Representative Overstreet also pleasure boats to the Mowry canul

declared that much of the responsibility -i entrance and to warn them away
Homestead and vicinity Wednesday for the bill's death could FROM I COUNTY TO from the shoal waters of Pelican

afternoon WM lashed by a from Homestead's munIcipal i'be laid to the activities of J. J. L. banks, midway between the canal
severe electrical storm, accom- plant has a salt content of Phillips, non-resident who owns I
EQUIP LIBRARY and the Florida
panied by a heavy of 11 Key fishing
downpour parts per million, which is,an avocado grove near Homestead.
rain that disrupted telephone, about the same as has been nor- This, grower, although partially grounds have been granted by the
ItR.. tlfhthnuaa service and will
lighting and power service, stripped mal for many yean. Incapacitated, worked Incessantly
An
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established
appropriation' of
$1,000 to be "as soon as prarti-
limb from trees and
Injuredat This was revealed In a laboratory among the legislators to place they purchase furniture and other cable.
lent two personi. examination made last week b bill in an unfavorable light with equipment for the public library This information was contained

Although the wind reached almost William Sydow of Miami, consultIng : apparent great success, tie said building which will soon be completed In a letter received this week by
gal proportions during a engineer for the city of Homestead "A number of legislators were here at a cost of $23,000,, Ben Archer, publisher 01h..
short time no great damage was who forwarded his findingso of the opinion that this man represented was requested In a letter sent the Leader-Enterprise, from Wm. W.
done. Homes in the grove area, Gordon Ivey, superintendent of the feelings of the Redland Dade County commissioners by Demerttt of Key West principal
a. well as the Redland school, also the local water and light plant District tn regard to the bill," the the Homestead library board yes lighthouse engineer and superintendent -
escaped wind damage. The amount of salt In Homestead I representative said. "There should terday. of the seventh lightbou
While intense lightning played water Is considered extremely low! have been many workers al the The board voted to make the district The context of the letter
over a large area, the wind blew and Is considerably lower than thai i session counteracting this grow request at I meeting at the home follows:
the strongest in Homestead. Florida I of other samples examined as far er'S activities and exerting other of Mrs. J. S. Gauzen Wednesday "You are advised that the aidsto
City reported comparatively north as Hollywood Mr. Sydow efforts to Insure the bill's passage night H. A. Cameron, presidentsent navigation which I discussed
little wind. said in I letter to Mr. lve,. The'road patrol and driver's 11- the letter. with you on my recent visit hate
Electric service In Homestead "Wh' lt the Homestead water cense bill, passed by the legists The library building is being .been approved by the Bureau of
was snapped off when the storm supply appears to be unaffectedat (Continued on Page Three) constructed as a WPA project and Lighthouses and the establishment
arrived shortly after noon. Lightning I this time, I might suggest that will be completed within a month. thereof will be accomplished as
struck near the municipal your authorities keep I careful In the appropriation for the workno loon as practicable."
power and water plant, burningout watch over your local situation by GROWERS GIVEN provision was made for outfitting Renewing effort begun when
the coil in the large I of
generator.At taking periodical samples water the interior. >e was president of the Redlond
the time workmen were engaged from nearby canals, from wells I LAST The library contains approximately District Chamber of Commerce
OF U. S. SOIL
in repairing the other generator between the canals and your plant 20,000 books. More volumes more than two years ago, Mr
at the plant which had been and from your own plant wells and are loaned to persons livingoutside Archer three months ago wrote
damaged lightning, a week ago. have them tested for chlorides. In CHECKS FOR 1939Charles the city than within and I Mr. Demerltt and outlined the
Transferring their activities to the this way should salt Increases, even there are several borrowers from lardshlpcand dangers experienced
blest damage, they were able to light ones, appear in the canal Monroe County, It Is said. I''by, himself and other local boat
place the generator in operation and wells and continue to progress H. Steffanl I county agricultural Besides Mrs. Oauzen and Mr. owners in making belated returns
gain before nightfall. Jf the men upward, suitable precautions could I agent, this Week completed Cameron other members of the from the fishing grounds after
had not been on the scene with the he undertaken to prevent serious I I dlstribtrtMfi of checks totaling library board are Mrs. H. H. Ewing dark with no light to mark ..hOllIwatel'll
equipment, electric service would contamination of your waterHomestead I IIUnnlvU William Musselwhite
approximately $7,000 and A. to
to farmers of serve a* landmarks.
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R. Livingston W.
growers and dairymen of R. Bird, city A light at the Mowry canal. It was
Dade County as the last payments councilman, co-operates with the pointed out,would serve" as I land-
'I Catholics Join in CampaignTo /year.of the federal soil program for the group. Continued on Page Eliht)


Stop Sale of Indecent Literature The checks, received from the luge( Ditcher Starts Five-Year Job of I


, A national campaign seeking to against It This low-, Reclaiming 10,000-Acre Glade I Tract ,

stop the sale of indecent magazines form of reading matter can be lad of payments totaling $$7,000to I --- I I

lo Homestead, pamphlets Sunday and .boob when spread 'starved out' if the purchasing of the 308 participants in the program -I A mammoth machine bit into I!ed of the excavated material.
members -
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it is discouraged. Until June IS a total of virgin ground at a point in the Mr. Sottlle said an Egyptian official -
Sacred Heart Catholic
Of the
The war against salacious! magazines $90,141.43 had been distributed.The lades five miles south of Florida visited the farms several
, Church signed pledge cards and and books followed five years latest payments ranged from City: Tuesday afternoon and started yean ago and expressed surpriseat
laid for local drive.
\} plans I of extensive research by national 110 $1,700.. They were for turning one of the largest land reclamation the proficient and. successful
Mrs. S. J. Lynch was named
I Catholic leaders headed by the back cover crops to the soil, projects attempted in recent manner In which the huge tracts
. chairman of I committee to devtoe Most Rev. John Francis Noll,; for the improvement of soil by years in Florid have been developed and irrigated. -

methods activities.of She procedure said the and committeewill direct i bishop of Fort Wayne, Ind. The means recommended by the federal The machine is a $23,000 ditcher He said agricultural Egypt,
) I campaign was started in the larger government and the estab- work I which
and It began on what to depend entirely upon irrtgatton -
seek the co-operation: of the
local association cities of the nation a month ago iahment vt permanent putting be a five-year program on 10.000 Has not progressed a* far
.4 wen ministerial dvic'and social organiza-as and now is spreading to the by dairymen. serge of South Dade Farms, In*. in the last 1,0000 years as has
as smaller communities. I Dates foil the payments cf checksare When the program I* completedthe I southeast Florida. The efflclal,
.. tions.- Literature blacklisted is that not fixed. Disbursements are agricultural area of the farms :Mr. SetOM (aid, carried back with
It Is hoped that all denominations which (1) glorifies crime or the made at Intervals after federal will be more than doubled. i I him a number *t Florida irrigation -
and creeds will join us in criminal (J) Is predominantlysexy workers nave Inspected the land The 10,000-acre tract is to be I Ideas to add to the Egyptian:
this fight against immoral and Indecent (3) features Illicit love, (4) and made
reports. The 140 payments divided Into plots of SO acres each. method.
> reading matter Mrs. carrier Illustration that' are indecent will be nude oft s. different Each will be surrounded by a ditch Mr. SottOe said that each of the
ch said. 'We caajtemp.cul and suggestive, (S) carries !basis Since vegetable crops will I eight feet deep and I road $0 feetwide. ditches to be built .* well as those
;K ova only by arousing general disreputable advertising. \ be Included in the program. The roads will be C01IItrud-t (Continued on Page Three)


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! I,' t METHODISE SOUTH E\1To< I Iit fielder tally Friday Ingle-point score at, night crossed all once while victory when Perrine the Horne Miitretta from plate failed managedto Ferrlne In, \left the to ATTENTION HARD DRIVERS!


r ,third Nelson, pitcher for the local

i OBSERVE UNITY,Perrlne team, and, gave Deas exhibitions, who burled of mound for ,
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./ work that fans love to pay good 1j
t Methodist church of Homestead money to see All during the seven I
I f Florida City Redland, Silver innings the pitchers were reluctant
i i Palm Princeton and Perrlne for batters to eee tint base Only ,
f will participate In a Joint unlflcatlon -
f seven Home men and three Per- .
to be held at the
it Homestead meeting Methodist Church on rlnites The trampled second half the of sacks the Friday Beneath the brilliant styling of ONLY V-3 ENGINES fa aIIr icwprio.d .

''of.', the afternoon and night of July 13,I night bill saw Brooker hand South .this Ford ad Of smoother more rapoaiire,men five to dave .
year's cars are
according to an announcement by .1vantoge.ofspecioHmportance
; Miami a 5 to 0 defeat Brooker '
t the Rev. J. J. Richards, pastor of got its tallies In the first and sixth MILEAGE :
HIGH GAS
the Homestead church I frames. South Miami was allowed 1Lp.FordV.U.
'-.. The meeting will be in observti only one base hit. E. Sullivan, to folks who use their cars this year's Gilfflote-YoMinite Economy Ran stand ,
once of the recent unification of third baseman for Brooker, cloutedout best gasoline mileage of all lading low.priced can',' t
ff.. the South and North branches of two borne' rune. hard advantages that only' ,
the Methodist church. Until then
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the Homestead, Silver Palm and Ford owners get at this price. ONLY STABILIZED CHASSIS- '
Princeton churches were South 1ow..pric drive, 4 ndiua
i. Methodist, while Flolrda City and 100 Local WPA WorkersGet Before you decide on your new toil tnuisvtne spring. B M roadibihrf on cough '
Redland were "North" Methodist Four-Day Holiday roads,leaM ikkeway on turns,oo" "not ot
} Speakers for the event will be car.. drive a Ford V-81 bobbing nomBIGGEST
; Dr. Glen C. James, pastor of the
] 1. Approximately one hundred
White Temple Methodist Church .
\ In Miami Dr. R. Z. Tyler, super local WPA workers will get a four- HYDRAULIC BRAKES,,, .
intendent of the Miami District of 'day holiday beginning tomorrowand put on a low.priced car. 12*drums, 162 square Indue
the Methodist Church, and Dr. W. continuing through July 4. total braking surface. For extra stopping; power and I I
While they will\ not be paid for '
I V Meredith, superintendent of the I' extra long brake lining Ue.
the time off, the
East Coast District of the Methodist workmen will be
; church. given an opportunity to make up
( The rally will begin at 5 the period they are off duty, so
o'clock with a worship service at their total earnings will be the THIS IS THE YEAR TO GO :
\""i Which Dr. Meredith will preside :same, It was said
r and Dr. Tyler will speak Of the local WPA workers, 29 '
( I The period from II to > o'clock are employed at the library, 23 at
!( will be devoted to a covered dish the municipal park and 49 at the FORD VI E
;. dinner on the church lawn and a Florida City farmers' market :
f:, period of fellowship The four-day.holiday was or- .1
.I At I o'clock Dr. Tyler will preside dered by Roy Schroder, state WPA ,

{ ( at a unification service and WPA administrator workers In There the are 41000 DaIS IN THE THINGS THAT COIWTI !j
state.
Dr. James will speak. A special ji
feature of the evening will be the i
J'I presentation by Dr. James of an
I electrical transcription of the unification -
( service of the uniting conference
\ held In Kansas City in
May. The transcribed record reproduces -
I" In every detail the most E
{ service ever held on the f
I American continent by MethodistS |
S I'alcnUlIllllt: people, Mr Richard says
A young people rally will be
.) held at the afternoon ervt<* 'with
.. two speakers chosen from the 1.00
young people's organizations of the
Redland and Homestead churches
At the evening service there will
t be special mutlc

PERRiNFRETALNSLEAGUE



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? Pennine maintained Its spot on
the top rung of the softball league
j ladder by defeating Brooker Lum-
ber Co 10 to 3 in the second stanza
of the regular double-header Monday
+j night at the municipal park.
On the other half of the programthe
V D Horne Co. team won.
!( from South Miami by 8 to 4. / \
}'h The Home aggregation moved
one step upward by annexing a

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CROSLEKARTO Srntih Service Station FIRE IMPERILS pin. He in turn presented his I the morning yesterday, but by afternoon 4 I
Start Sale TomorrowFifty memberslp pin to C J. Parman crews of workmen *uc- !
chairman of the entertainment in the service balk '
I ceeded bringing
BE SOLD BY NEW\ LIFE OF EATING committee.Mrs. to normal.A I
per cent off w"Jl be the Baker Hlndman speakingIn total of BOV Inches of rain I
keynote of the Fourth Of Jut'$ sale behalf of the Rotary Anna, complimented I fell during the 24 hours ending at I
PLUMBER IIERE Goodrich tires at Smith's Service STAND OWNER\
on the dub on its accompllshmenta I I o'clock Thursday morning. : I
Station North Krome avenueat during the year The
Sixth street, starting tomorrowand Rotarlan work in behalf of the
The new Crosier midget auto continuing through July T. It M. Cook proprietor of a boy and girl scout was especially
mobiles tint announcement of OrrIn Smith proprietor of the I barbecue stand on the Dixie Highway praiseworthy, she aald. [= 1
which was made recently will be station, has fixed especially low ; north of the city limit, narrowly -
handled In Homestead by Specter price to prevail during the sale I' escaped suffocation by
Plumbing and Appliance, opening Mr. Smith has a supply of unique :smoke when tire damaged his LIGHTNINGContinued
tomorrow in the north store of the key chains for his customers. A 'stand shortly; after 1 o'clock Wed
Home building. miniature license plate In attachedto nesday morning. The blaze, which Turner's Funeral Home
Sam Specter who for the past each chain, on which the tag did a damage of $300, was extinguished ( from Page One)
four years has been connected with number of the customer's auto- by the Homestead fire de- have been "out" throughout the tl-m AMBULANCE SERVICE
the plumbing firm of Markowitz mobile may be affixed. partment. night, it was said.
it Reinlck In Miami, la the owner I[ Frank It : At the Leade -Enten-rine plant Lady Alteadaal
of the new business A general with his wife toward lightning put a linotype machineout I Phone Wt-R Homestead. Fla
plumbing service will be conducted UONS OFFICERS I noticed smoke issuing Homestead'i of commission for 24 hours. I
and all types of plumbing fix- stand. He pounded The electrical heating element of
tures and supplies will be carriedin ARE INSTALLEDAT of the place) until Cook who sleeps j I-the machine was ruined when a
stock and displayed In the ample In the rear, emerged choking and bolt struck near the building.H. G. 0, Brewster M. D.
showroom of the store. Other ,
gasping. I I- V. Wallsee proprietor of the
Crosier products, including radios MIAMI MEETNew Cause of the blaze, which was East-End Onx-ery, lost the UM of Eye Ear. Note' and Throat
and refrigerators, well other
as as
confined I to the ceiling and roof of his right arm for several hours Treatment
nationally known lines of merchandise the building I has not been de after he was shocked while leaningon
will be handled. officers of the Redland termined. Firemen were obliged I an electric ice box in his store. ClaaFltte4
The Crosier car, in process of district Lions Club were Installedait Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller of
to lay more than 500 feet of hose 01.... bass I to II ... t.
development for the last six and night in Joint installation cere- Ito obtain water from a well at a Florida City and their small AppWocamsOtn.o
a halt ;years will go SO miles on monies of Miami, HIaleah, Miami tourist park north of the.stand. granddaughter had a narrow escape
a gallon of gas, Mr. Specter said. Beach. Miami Spring and Coral( I while the storm was at its at an.. A.., ad900"d
Airplane type; features have been Gable clubs held at the Alcazar| height The three) were in the aw"ta.
adapted to the small car wherever Hotel in Miami. /STEFFANI TAKES front room of the home when a ......*. rtwM
possible. The two-cylinder motor John S. Peter Dr.'I lightning bolt struck the top of a .... M. "ItNEWT
is built on the order of aviation George D. Ruehle a* pine tree in the front ;yard and
engines and la air cooled, and the Other officers installed prelldent.1 OFFICE AS HEADOFROTARYCLUB traveled to the ground. The bolt
) brake are airplane type. Both vice-president, Harley ; leaped to the porch where it demolished -
two-passenger and four-passenger second vice-president Robert C. an electric meter box
models, will be on display in the MacDonell: third vice-president, thence to the metal knob on the
Specter showroom tomorrow. Thomas M. Torbert; treasurer, door and then Into the room whereIt G. BALL
Specter Plumbing and Appliances Thorn E. Kirby; lion tamer, William I Charles H. Steffanl was installed damaged a sofa and a chair.
is prepared to give estimateson I. Flak and tall twister, J. Q. as president of the Homestead Mr, and Mrs. Miller and the child NOTARY rOBUO
all types of plumbing jobs, and CaldwelLL were only several feet from the
Club
at Ladles'
I :Rotary a Night
has connections for put tin I H. Gallaher and George path of the lightning but felt no
through FHA loans for both new meeting Wednesday night at Fire Insurance and
Cooper were installed as district hall. He ill effect
work and modernization, Mr. treasurer and deputy district governor ,I Legion lard M. Fifield.I succeeded Wll- Yesterday workmen were busyrepairing Kindred Lines
1 Specter said. respectively.The telephone connections
I I In a short talk before he presented -
installation ceremonies were and transformer injured by the
the gavel of office t.. the
in charge ?f Roscoe Brunstetter, lightning. Approximately 75 percent
AVOCADO BILL new president. Mr Fifield reviewed SI N. KTMM Are.
Home-
district governor.WELFARE I' At the telephones in
II the activities and
accomplishments -
stead and vicinity were "dead"throughout
of the club and thanked
(Continued from Page One) BOARD PAY VISIT each member individually for his, the night and most of_
ture, eventually; will prove a financial Curtis E. Lee of Goulds and Troy loyalty and cooperation.In .
boon to the state Represen- Davis, Mrs. Lena Simons and Mrs.I his
Guy V. Williams, all of Miami "inaugural" address, Mr.
tative Overstreet said. He explained -
that under the present member of the District Welfare Steffanl said the responsibility of DR. C. H.DENBYOsteopathic
of the club
success rests, not on
Board were in the district Monday -
provisions of the bill only 60 patrolmen the
officers, but on the member-
will be attending to welfare work.
available for duty;
ship. He said he hoped to see the
over the entire state and their expenses club PhysicianPhone
grow. "But to accomplish
and activities will be financed KENNETH HAWKES HURT great for
things the community it
through the sale of drivers Kenneth Hawkes of Goulds 1 not
necessary to have a large
licenses. The licenses should suffered a cut on the chin when ," 39Homestead
membership Mr Steffanl laid.
bring in approximately $230OW( his automobile collided with one "Team work and co-operation arc
the first ;year and this amount as driven by Clayton Lehman of the Fla.
things that brings us to our ,
well as the number of officers will Homestead on the Dixie Highwaya ; objective
be Increased from year to year, mile south of Princeton early Mr. Fifield was presented with a! (Over Brown's Drug Store)
he said. Sunday morning. Neither Mr. diamond-studded past president'
"The license will cost SOc the Lehman nor his companion, Miss i
first year but soon driver will I Emily Payne. also of Homestead 11---
recognize the great benefit the received Injuries Hawkes was
law provide and will be glad to pinned for a short time under his
pay $1 per license," Mr. Over-I car which left the road and stopped
street laid. bottom side up In a ditch.AAAAAAAAAUAAAAAA..AAA.
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and Citrus 4TH OF JULY SALEWhy

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4.50 x 21 .. 7.20 3.60 10.80 10.20
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'LEADER.ENTERPRISE!..-J.."..,........,...,...N NNNN.NNNN.N.N."N.Children an account of the recent, lands will be trw sate he said "OTICIOI'"AS rFMCATUm 1,111110 Ml .:i' "

in CourtBy tate convention held at Gaiiiea- The new ditcher 1* U feet wideand u: 1TU1.. .od"I'I !..?jr'
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P.blt.had 'rioI.,. .1 a.-.tea. ville, and attended by MVO four 45 feet long and may be operated below of U BUM hereby and, County Tai C .I,,. .
M am essIb D" P.Mahit.e <<:_.. Pis..I.1 judge Malcolm IUatfleldNn.n..NwNwwn.wnwww member Members who attended by one man. It 1\I expected Na. Us1 honed the ttk day of riiI..f"A '

ISIS ARC111ER nwN u."Woo oonventioai were: Rev to dig a mile of ditch per day. sad A.: &baa IMS made, has application Mad earn for la a air tax:,::, >

AEJOKII LIACI AICBIIKatocH HOW ECONOMIC FACTORS Racine aM Willis Vick, delegates, Small trees, dense vegetation or ta ba lowed th.oSaid Cortlf..... :
Asees" Ram" I INFLUENCE DELINQUENCY and Adolph topes, IrMCil Froth- broom the' alknrlnl eMrlhed I, annerto r
tneprogress
lack: of highway do not binder too Ceeetr at sods Stale al rIsrtet ,
An Interesting ease was revealedIn ero Willis Baxley Dean Sickle of. the bugs It It .
M aitiai <|M* men matter court in which two young girls and Alvin Prothero these last being dlkhe'.J' Let M. Block. I. Rs...... .14.Oe.a
Murk It. l.", al th. pass .,.100 fitted with two caterpillar (re di Slave Park. PUt Book It. rate it'
riniiia., Palm. ifca .* sitM.e"t.ad. went on Marauding igpeditlon to la veriou- contest* # ". Our on the rear each six feet wide U tau Ooa.tr of lad stated Vtonda.TW .
_, a, int.UBHCaiPTlOM. provide themselves and their livestock Judging team was composed width aiiiniaiat of... 9a.perte. aaajr,
Two wheels of the same art tam MM aertlfloaw bound wa. la the
ATM younger brothers and alster with of Adolph' Lopez, Den In front Tb wheel whose circa sit Uakaova..jlaH aaaw

O.Irds I. Pad* (MH Dads :..;... :._ ::':.:",-?: ii MMaf J4 adequate food fuel and clothing.As Sickle and Rex Rom_ Ur motion dig the ditch I* 10 fMla aMoraiae. laid,a law earUfleah, the are.art.jjQ Shan to MeoMel .

the father was dead,the widow. Sex Romine was our candidate diameter with rows of heavy the>e4a will ha add a. tha .alarkeM
ed Mother was teased 10 seek eut for atebi. Planter and the degreewas teeth at regular short interval. at the Court kowa dm eaj the first jEa.day .
to aba ealll af A_. ISM,
The Fable of the of wak*
side employment Th family Income conferred on him at one The upward motion. of the teeth hi the 1th dar of Assess. ISM
i Paint Pots was to meager that these the convention aeiiioni.MitUn hurls the excavated material Into Dated thai. B.Skit do LEATHEaHAH ef June ,....
children preferred to steal rather ef routine business "C ,
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buckets: placed ferrls-wheal lash- of Clreiitt .t.ICIrouIt .
At ttpente by Agnew Webb than go to school: and face their were transacted at our meeting, ion on the inside of the wheel and Court MI D'4.. 4o>u1f. larw.

Once there ut In the corner of a classmates In tattered clothing. and plans were made for beach these in turn deposit the materialon air M. 0. .naam, Dt e. ,

garage several poll of pAint Prttntly > The[ girls were constantly ware party Friday July T, In lieu of a a moving belt which conveys I (Jane 79. lot hip t. 140

one of them Mid to 1U Mates, of their shabby appearance when fourth of July party. it to the round 30 feet from the I NOTICE OP APPLICATION fOB
"Welt ...',* going to paint the they observedthe veil dreaded After the meeting we enjoyed machine. TAX DRS D. rile HIMMotlel
house tomorrow" youngsters of More prosperous games and refreshment of cake b hereby al.ei! thai Mn. Cogs
The ditcher Is full DitseUpowered I. Fowler bolder aa of CMfelHlaloth f
amilles. This situation cookies and juice. <
short.
Just bristled was orange Ten lertlfleiM Naaihered
then the brush up and Is said to be able to complete 5ol, y
"You'reIl ly corrected when the court te- Members present at this meeting detect the lot day of June. A. D. IM bH
asked
tired iarcMtlcalty work la a day equivalent to Certificate la aaii
read MM ml offlee. bas
cured a widow's' pension for the were: Don Lair, John Clarrataoo
,,' "foini' to paint the house, eh? You that of 1,000 workmen. It can be made apolUattoa, for te* deed .a h. .'1\f.n" They mother and aided the girls in find- Robert Munn AdolphLope, Cecil theme la aeoardaiwa with tow. laid Car.tlflMM .
do It without my help. eared to dig ditcher .
.t. ng work. Parker, Bill Hampton Rex Ro varying eaiaraoai the following o. .rlUdpronerlr.
that this true and took Ua>ted la Pad. OauMy
t ww was widths. Those to be dug at Soutb > flarlda,
I A community which makes no mine Dean Sickle, Willis Vlck tows'
the briuh Into the plan. effort to provide employment for Reid Vysong Phillip Reams H. Dade Farms will be four feet IA* M. Blank IM. Rhleak 4lh. Add,
I. 1M City of Hialeah. ..... d
i Just then a vote laid "What'iII wide and eight feet deep. Dad.VJulr ,
{ the type ef children herein de. A. Amui., Jr., and Harold Hamp Babe d Florida.The .
. Mils fun about and was an- scribed should awr-wnt of mid. pollaer '
not be surprised to ton. Mr. R. B Hampton was prevent -
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i, awered "W'r going to paint the /III TUB CIRCUIT "OURT. RLRVCNTH: the..w C..tifloate Weed was lot the
see them gradually develop into as i guest.HUGE. JUDICIAL CIKCI'IT ease COUNTY sold Ceetibate
house tomorrow and Friend Brush serious offenders.Net N.OMUI4. UI tMANCRRY :'IMUU.J arordlna a w, leg '
is faint to be a valuable aid." "la TM N. ITTILA deed .w ..... Oman on tilt I1th d-y II
C8ILIICA: INVIVSTMKNT COMPANY, a A. D. IMi.
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that to?" said the vole. "Will. Arws U blame '-. .I.UU Dead this nth far of I.... A. D. It... .
rm the whose skilled DITCHERContinued B B. LBATHKKMAN.:
painter Getting wrong numbers over the 0, W. aiAT.JR. Rod flUSgli BRAY, I Clerk ot Clrailt Cote.
hand mint wield the brush apply telephone .Is not always the fault of ..I. wile. at .1.! IIot..d..... I D.da Couity ........
this paint; you can't do this work ,the open tor. Faulty enunciation BILL TO rORKCLOStj TAX (Clrmil. 0.... 5..llor
CERTIFICATE N O. BTIHETT. D.
'oul'IWlves." This fact Will to apparent more often to blame. This Incident ( from Page One) ta UM .aaw W <.. ...... W ......... I (Just t. I'. 25. M| July 9. lilt 0.
Jt "ri.. by .,rl..... wpaiM It ft
that the painter WM :Illustrates one of the difficulties which Interlace the remainder ot "f, *
ruM tm th.1"au Maud mum that Uv.nikkaiM (NOTICE OF APPLICATION roM TA"
promptly Included. operator has to overcome in an.swering the concern' land will be fitted "f.o.r W. Onr. Jr and Owes DEEU.' Vllo II4TIMotlM
calls with lock for the purpose of Gray, all A. filonalna aid Mu I ki beauty Iran that Cholera h.oaUunift .
About that time the ladder rote : ,
H.ui tour of the defendants luraln. an Company holder oo mains"| o|
up from one aide of the room and An Englishman: speaks over the maintaining a fresh water level unkiwwa. red that tWn la aa ...noa la the. 1 City of Miami T.' Certificate. Number*
telephone: Placing of the lock In the present sate of Florida the atnrlca of a iubw.u I MI4I. doted the tth fey of July, A. D. Less
"Wkat'i
dudainfully Inquired going upon when. would bind the defendants, and hw MM Hid Certificate lo By offlao, ...jhas
on here anyhow? I can not "Yes. this Is Mr. 'Arrlaon. What, ditches will start soon. that thnr and mall W thm an none then nodo application for UI deed to towUWVMMI
rest for all this palaver." And you can't 'ear. This .la Mr. 'Arri- The locks in the ditches sur- ot toratiMm peen and It fiirtaar ap.MriRt I kl oeoordaiM*, with Uw. kid O.r.
/ kr Said affidavit that U aid four tlflraU ombnuoi the following d.wrlt...4yonpeny .'
they replied In unlion "We're all son-haltch, hay. two bars, a hi, a drain off surplus water. By controlling defendants or u. of them ara deal, Mat I situated In P'do County. Florida
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going to paint the house tomor- I hens. a bo. and a hen-'Arrlson."- his own water the tenant their. ban,under. -them. iraaMa, aMlnaia, rClaimants town!
are unknown and Lot to. Bark I. Eiwbwiwd Pill Book 1 '
rowiT Pointing! the painter the Telephone Review.PRESBYTERIAN. would not be obliged to take water that their. MaldMMt are aaliaowa ..d thai Pun M.: la the city of Miami. County aDeb. i
ladder exclaimed. ----- rounding the 80-acre tracts will !!l"13 l-.10 l"1wl ". III the state 8laf of riorlda..
reproachfully .
maintain Klurld. Uw a rvl" of a subpoena upon 1 The Mmmnont ot Said property under Ito '.
enable the tenants to
"WI>>. Mr. Pointer you can not CHIRCU hom would bind laid unknown "h.ln, des ..iW. Crrtlflnu /tonrd win In tho name ot
reach the top of the window, ao' July *.-Morning subject: their own water level, to allow .1,"".remise, wairso.m r .iele.nle. Unknown. Unlm laid Certificate I fhill to ?
th.r.f.au ordered that sold Hamadld redeemed ..Moidlii to Uw. ta> dead will .J
water in for the land and to
bow are you going to paint theeavp "True Freedom. more Defe-dante Rod wikaowa ...,.-d.... low thereon oa tko lime day of July A. O
i without assistance So At 7:10 the young people of from other tenants to supply his .-d raeh and all of them ha sad the r art ttlo. "
my needs hereby required ta appear to the Kill of tend this. t7th day of Jose A D. INS, .,t.
1 I. there was no way out except to the church will line a special own Complaint IM In mid .._ on or heap K. B. LEATHERMAN.
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3 incud* Ute ladder. and they ba.earn program conducted bjr return Eighteen Inch electrically Moods, the (rd dar of July A. D. lost ,. of Of....... Court "J'CW

. a merry lot but this was Interrupted Ing delegates to the young erated pumps will be installed on .Otherwise..... aa cmraaml th.alliv.tloM hr Mid of IW.adaito mid bill will. ba ( Court Bad Dado County FloridaClrodt

by a shadow at the door people' confrrenre. Families I each 80-acre plot and four masterpumps I1.1" further ordered that the arorr. bapuhllihad By N C. STERRCTT.: D. 0.
ones a work for four _I.. (June III ...
and friends will supplement the on* I July 1. 9 I' U. )
I and; from It came the inquiry of young peopleare ...u In the Hom....... Uadnr-Kuwrorla...
Wbat'a all this hullabaloo about?" Invited. already\ in use The smaller pumps I a .... _juklkihad In laM County ladSolklur 1
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and they all joined l in exclaiming will supply more'water during the This Mar II. ,.... I"Dr. Leonard.

"Why we're going tat paint the CARD OF THANKSMrs. I drought time and suck away the; IC 5. LEATHERMAN .". ta Bra E.
house tomorrow." C. W. Camp and son, Paul surplus when more water than U (Ciroult. Court am"Clerk d Circuit c-. "* and Bepali.uasklnl t

desire to thank their friends for needed is at hand. The masterpumpt my B. H. RICE:, M DePuip C....L
TM voice aid to them Thlab with 72-Inch discharge, I. It. M..cASKII.L, Il'I.II.
the kind and a
sympathy beautiful
for "lofnW't.I L viol r1.,
all nice and highly essential .1
very
floral offerings during their recent I and a capacity to maintain a I ,1&snsyaa..' Aa c.-J....dI
but aren't you overlooking bereavement water movement of 1,000,000 gallons ..._.... Tema
omrthlng? Who U going to pay M.NNN..W N.NNMNNM./w.NNNNNNNN.NN.W enea a. minute, will keep a normal l HUM .. t, U. II. M. ma) I .

for this material these tool and REDLAND water level In the 20footwldeditches !
F. P. F.
this skilled labor My name la Into which the ditches ol '

Capital and I carry the pocketbook By IUr ld Hampton. Reorter..Nw.w.r.w the virloui plots empty.Mr .

We need each other in fact we NmN..W N.N... NNNm Sottile said clearing and l

draw not get along without each Tuesday night our chapter held leveling the land will be conducted RECORDDAYS

other and when we fight each its regular meeting and heard several along with the ditch digging op ..

other we both low Her comes committee reports among eration. None of the developedNM.NN i
the friend and brother to both of .: L.
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ui Mr. Conciliation; wouldn't he

be a valuable ally in our greatcombination
'" Closing Out Persian Cat KennelsAt

And the truth, dawned upon t

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-- 30,1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE PJlt"A- -,..- Five 'J

t I lade and Chicago. She will accompany Mrs B. H. Edwards spent theweekend PIeI'ce. !
Mr and Mrs Kenneth with aoo-ln-law and
In anclArouncl :I Sabift at Toledo who have been daughter Mr. and Mr*. James Mn. T. W. Cooper ol Hollywood I
, visiting in Homestead. Ryle in Miami. pent the week-end with her parents -
Mr. and Mr*. H. A. Cameron.
WUlard H. Flf leld, horticulturist, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brooker
; Homestead in charge of the Subtropical Experiment .Jr., spent the week-end with Mr. Miss Lou Bell GrcnneU. a stu- I'
.'., station, left Thursday Joe 1 sad Mr*, a C Ledlow In Fort (Continued on Page Seven)
," Cornell University, where he will
take a month's graduate course.
, ; Later h. will visit the auction
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r Mr, and. Mrs. (]eo M. Frick and I Mrs, Mabell Sue and Frank B. markets at Philadelphia and New Let's Talk It Over
.' dau&b.... Mitt Virginia and "8. .Rue and ton, Harvey and Paul, York.
:M. Hindman will return home left yesterday for a visit in Stamford -i
Hindman Conn. Tlet..Uf also visit Princeton Jack Krom has returned from "The Tim Ha Come the Walrus Said,
: the world' fair In New York. University to spend the
: "To Speak of Many Things;
Was.
Of Ship and Shoes and Sealing
to the world' fair. :Mr*. Frick MX: Sylvia Atkins ha a* a J. Krom. And Cabbage sad Kings."
and Miss Frlck have been visiting guest her mother, Mrs, Alice
! .relative in Jacksonville. Rousseau of Havana, and a nephew Mr*. Dell Drswdy underwent a TT7E want to tell you about our Used Care and
Henry Rousseau also of Hv- tonsil operation In the Post Graduate W Track For 13 our USED CARS
1 T.:A. Feaster and his sister Mr*. aA4. hospital on Saturday.Mr. years
. Albert Buie art visiting In Titusvllle. and Mh. 1o'd of and TRUCKS have satisfied many a purchaser.
fOil*
The Tltusville-Ster Advocate Mr. and :Mrs Frank Webb will New Smyrna are spending the For 13 years We have been in business under the
i. say of their visit. "Two old- leave today for the World's fair week with Mr. and Mn. W. L Fbk.Mn. same management and you know you can't do
time residents of this city are In New York. They will be accompanied .
pending the next few day here. as far as Dawson, Ga, R. O. Cameron and daughter that without giving value for the money spent
Mrs. A. W. Bute and a brother, by Mr. Webb's nephew, Alvin Mc. Grace have returned to their with you.
I Andrew Feaster, both of Homestead Lendon, who has been visiting home in Sarasota, after visiting 111111",1111111"11.1,1111111111111,11
are guest of their sister Mr. and Mn. H. A. Cameron for feel rather proud of our City Recreation Center which
:Mrs. O. F. Puren, and family and here.Mr. several weeks.Mrs. WE I* being finished. Have you been eves lately and refreshed
are also spending sometime on the and Mrs H. J. Rhode announce your memory of what la being provided for you and 1
beach at the cottage of Mr. and the birth of a seven-pound Charles Glenn of Kathleen your friends. The Ball field, and adjoining It the beautiful
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spent last week with Mr. and Mrs.
Joanne, June
Ira Noble.1 daughter Betty on
Mn. park with table and beaches for picnic meals, hone shoe
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IS In the Ocala hotplUL Mn Robert Glenn.Miss lily pond rustic shelter (to be built) and other thing
:Mrs. Eve Collins we taken this Rhode is the former MU Ines
Flora McLean, Miss Myrtle too numerous to mention. Your tennis court, your swimming
week from the Jackson Memorial Murphy. McLean p. M. McLean and I. P. pool and lOOn modern and up-to-date tourist camp. It.n
hospital where she underwent a McLean left Friday for a visit In look good We fed rather proud of our City Recreation Center
Mr. and Mr .
major operation to the home of George William,
which to being finished
North and South Carolina.
friends In Miami, where she will formerly of Homestead but now -
remain till she Is able to returnto residents of Orlando, arrived on Mn. Seymour Dane has as a MORE NEXT WEEK
Homestead. She 1* able to walk Tuesday to spend several days guest this week Miss Nell Ann
a little now. looking after their property here. O'Bryan: ot Coral Gable. Bird Chevrolet Co.

W. B. Flower, who went to Miss Jean Parman, secretaryof : C. M. Shield I* recuperating at
Pahokee with his liter, Mn. Justice of the Peace Sid Ken the home of his son-in-law and FLORIDAToday's
. Winnie Hughes, for a ten day visit, drlck, will leave Monday to spend daughter, Mr. ADd Mrs. Wm. Donovan HOMESTEAD,
: returned yesterday. W. H. Vann I two weeks with relatives at To- In Miami. _
and M. Rice of Pahokee, and Mr
and Mn Gordan Vann of Miami
came home with Mr. Flowers, fall
but returned Immediately to their
respective homes.
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Paul Camp returned to Washington -
" D. C, after attending the -
funeral of his father, Chas W.
Camp, last week. Mn. E.!: R. Zel- -
esky of Miami, a sister of Mn. = .
Chas. W. Camp, Is spending two -
' week at the Camp home.

'"":Mt. and Mrs C. G. Smoak. of ,
. Immpkalee, spent the week-end
with, their son-in-law and daughter -
r'' Mr. and Mn. Wm. Mussier -
white. Mn. Smoak remained for
a visit of several day Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Smoak of Immokalee
spent the week-end here, and on
Wednesday were accompanied by
. Mrs. Chas. Glenn, Mrs. Robert
,, Glenn and Mn. O. C. Smoak on
a trip to Key West
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Mn. W. H. Saul has been In
the Kendall hospital since Mon
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P. Roberts Is confined to his
bed with a severe cold.
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Mr and Mn.: W.: H. Mills have i !
as guests for the summer, Mn. S dI
Mill's sister and brother, Miss Eleanor = a
Kendrick of Luverne Ala., a
and James Kendrick of Tuscaloosa.Dr. .

and Mrs. Wm. Dobls, of Atlanta HomeIs
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arrived Monday visit Mr. I
r, and Mrs L. L. Hood. Dr. Dobis I 11
a former classmate of Mrs. Hood's
brother Joseph M. Burton at


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III! ',Ammon. Social Events, in South Dade . .




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I I 11 RECEPTION' IS GIVEN FOR NEW PASTOR -The-- "-r-- WILLIAM FORSYTH II TAKES AS BRIDE I

I OF HOMESTEAD CHURCH AND HIS. FAMILY .,.....-.-..---- 1 MISS PATRICIA YOUNG OF ORLANDOMr.

---- July l..R bekah chicken sup and Mn L. E. Forsyth and couple left on a honeymoon trip
The Rev. R. It Ricks, new pastor were: Mr. and Mrs C. Ben Plum- per. Mn Lloyd Delta returned Monday to Philadelphia, Atlantic City, New

of the Homestead Pt..bJ1ft1anChul.'Ch mer Mr. and Mrs. Norris V. Gel- of W. from Orlando where they attendedthe York and point In Connecticut
3 Business meeting
hit mother, Mn J A. deren, Mr. and Mrs J. W. Irwin, M.July S. In-church. marriage of William H. Forsyth where they will visit relatives and
Rick, and hi* fitter, Mn T. L.
II, son of Mr. and Mn Forsyth, friends On their return they will
Hodges, were guests of honor at a Mr. and Mrs J. M. Holferty, Mr. I July' 3..Fourth of July dance and Miss Patricia Helen Young, reside In FernandIna.
reception given at the home of Mr. and Mrs C W Hawley Mr. and sponsored by Junior Woman daughter of Mr. and Mn J. W.
and Mrs J. R. Hickson In Na-- Mrs R. Y. Burr, Mr. and Mrs W. Club at Country Club. Young of Orlando.
tt ranja Wednesday evening a Owens, Mr. And Mrs A. V.1 July 3.-Meeting of Homestead IN TUB CIRCUIT. incur COURT IN. El AND KVENTHjunirui FOR
Darling, Mn Ceo!W. The ceremony was performed
Harris, Mn I DADS COUNTY; FLORIDA. IN CRAN.
'Mrs Lloyd Deltz tang Just a R. C. Jackson, Mrs. ti H. Graham"Mra. B P W.C. Sunday, June 25, in the Central ('K8Y. N*. 1714 .
Wearying for You" and Lee Gladden Covered dish luncheon ELEANOR: c. II' BKTAKCOURT
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July Christian
Geo. D. Rueh e. Mrs J. M I Church of Orlando by Plaintiff; .
rang "A Perfect Day," and Brown, Mrs. Ira J Haynes, Mrs of Legion Auxiliary with Mrs. EdWard the Rev. Morris Butler Brook. The .
they tang several duets and led Norman, Jr. church was attractively decorated CARLOS AZPIAZU BETAMCOVRTDofandant.
Gatlin, Miss Jane Gatlin Miss Ann I ,
in community timing Dr. B E. I Hickson, Betty Gatlin, John and : July 5.-Meeting of EplacopalAuxllial'7 with calla lilies, crepe myrtle, It PPMrint 'PF affidavit appended to
Otlln told several storlei and ferns the bill filed In the above stated now that
Sam Hickson, Ed Burr and John with Mrs. Ceo N. Wake- palms CARLOS AZPIAZU BETANCOURT. the
,Present besides those named and Tom Hodges. field. After a program of organ music Defendant therein named la a mn._ld.nlha
of : Stan ol FlorWa. and la a mlomtof ;
KOREE NEEKEE CLUB: July Homestead B. P. W C. Miss Frances Correll sang "0 Colon. Rpubll of Panama that a fur.
DISTRICT OFFICERS VISIT benefit card party in Hospitality Promise Me and "0 Perfect LoveThe ." then or nor particular" _Ido... of the
ORGANIZED BY GIRLS
LIBERTY REBEKAH LODGE defendant h unknown. end that than l in nopanes
.Miss Katherine Orfanedes House at 8 p. m bride was given In marriage > I* tin SUM of Florida, the arnica
was I Mrs. Barbara Hendry, Rebekah of a BammoM In Ch..... whom
by her father Her sister, upon
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elected July 12 Meeting of UniversityClub
president of -
a new organisation
11 would bind inch Defendant and that ha la
district
the Koree Neekee Club, deputy president, and Mn at home of Mn Frank Haus- Miss Lucille Young, was maid of the am of twwntir-ona y ora'
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Cora Russell, past district deputy honor, and Seaman Hudson of IB THBREFbRB: ORDERED that Mid
which met Tuesday evening at the president man. __Idonl Defendant be and ... li hereby
home of Miss Orfanedes' parents, were guests at the meeting July 18.-Joint meeting of W Fernandina was best man. required to appear to the BUI of Complaint
of Liberty Rebekah Lodge The bride was dressed in white filed In told seem on or before Honda?. the
Mr. and Mrs Theodore M. S. circlesJuly .
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Orfanedes .
I Monday night In the L O. O. Srd day of July list. otharwb* the allata.tlona
F
c l Miss Nellie Cash was elected vice- 24- All-day meeting of sharkskin and she wore a shoulder of rid bill will ba taken aa aoBfaiaidlair
I Jennie Lobdell Circle with Mrs. corsage of pink roses and gardenias told DafandaM.It .
president, Miss Virginia Kinner, I hall.Practice la urtbn oraVrad that ardor ba aub.llabad .
secretary and treasurer; Miss Shirley for the degree team J. L Ballard. and carried a white prayer eve a week for four _ull..
Davis, corresponding |i was conducted under the directionof book. The maid of honor wore a worka In the Laadar-Hntorprlaa, a newspaper .
secretary, !
.
piiblbhad In laid County and Stata.Thla
and Miss Hilda Dodion, song chairman ;: Mrs Harry D. Wolfe. Plans for MISS MARY THERKILDSON navy blue and shell pink ensem May Si, IV18.
,
\ i I I the chicken supper to be held Saturday HONORED ON BIRTHDAY ble with white accessories and a B. B .LEATKrRMAN
Clerk at ClraaH Court.
The llnnla was chosen as the': were completed. Mr and Mn W, F 'I'herkrdson: shoulder corsage of purple asters (Circuit Court Sean)
Club flower and blue and whitewere I Mrs Florence Pacettl was prize entertained a group of young folk After a reception at the homeof R. riERRB Br R H BRANNINO RICK, JR., Deputy Clark

selected as club colors The winner in a contest held after the from Miami and the Redland District the brides parents, the bridal lolhlbw for ........ .
members selected as their aim the meeting. at a swimming party at their j+I ----. -

bettering of themselves and their home on Tennessee road and Silver ,
I r"I, D.UGS.TOR' t
wH'
homes The Rebekahs will serve a Palm drive June 22 In honorof t.

After I devotional service by chicken supper tomorrow evening the birthday anniversary of
I Mists Kinney the sponsors, Mrs In the L O. o. F hall. their niece Miss Mary Therkildson

Morris Kinner and Mrs Orfanedes, A picnic supper was served on
were Introduced. W. M. 8 CIRCLE PLANS I the lawn. THE DIXIE DRUG
The club decided to Initiate its TO MAKE SCRAP BOOKSAt

pledges Miss Helen Hooker, Miss a meeting of the Jennie Lob-
Betty Kilburn and Miss Corrlne dell Circle of the W M. S. at the I BIBLE: SCHOOL HAS PICNIC JACK POLL HOWARD JOHNSON

I Cash, at the next meeting, July 8, home of Mn E. A. Buchanan AT MATHE8ON HAMMOCKA HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA

I at the Cash home in PrInceton. Monday evening it was decided to picnic at Matheson hammockwas Phones and tillGET
Miss Hilda Dodaon and Miss Cora have an all-day meeting at the enjoyed Saturday by those
fine Cash will plan a musical program home of Mrs J. L. Ballard on July who attended the Bible school
for that meeting 24. At that time scrap books for conducted by the First Baptist ? '
i \ The sponsor served cookies and the beginners' department will be Church of Homestead Games eft. SANI'PED
punch made. were played and trails were fol shelf
t. lowed.A FOOT PRODUCTS
i DINNER AND BARBECUE The study of "The Invincible II
picnic lunch was served
Advance"
: t ARE GIVEN FOR VISITORS was continued. Cares Vunlonarntu er tired l achy rfeel
: A family dinner party was given Those present were: Mn J. J.
lake the Joy out el life Yen tm
t at the home of Richards, Mrs R. J. Elliott, Mn
Mr and Mrs. Wm. relief from>> many of
1. Musselwhlte Sunday. and a barbecue Lloyd Field, Mn Jason Avery, I &:. loot =IIIIIa..IrNt .Ped
supper was given Saturday Mrs. Augustus Wynn, Mn Bruce ,",dllcla. see the semplelo lI.eot
I } evening at the home of Mrs Muitelwhlte Ennls, Mn B. M. Hindman, Mn I F7t Sall..eI root Products at the nglosah
1 's uncle and aunt Mr. and Ballard, Miss Jennie Lobdell and Drug Seere wday. Gin your j
Mrs. feet I beat 10 pow c.llllo'
: Buchanan.
i Mrs. Robert Glenn, In honor of

I r Mr. and Mrs Charles Glenn, son ...... ..,," ....,.."' ,."",,,,,.. +'wur
i and daughter-in-law of Mr. and :

Mrs. Glenn, and of Mr. and Mrs. Evelyn Cooke ,
;
C O Smoak of Immokalee

parents
,\ : i
of MM Musselwhlto 1 : : and ,Studio of Dancing' I
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smoak of Inv

mokalee, her brother and al FreshWhitman's
in-law, who spent the week ; Now has classes on
Present at both dinner and ter-I ,Monday Thursday Afternoons fIn : Ten eaa > kings- With rev
becue were: Mr. and Mrs P: E huh afte ft las been struts e
I.' white, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn, Bttlta JWmon.nl Wave B's Candies

and Mrs. C. O Smoak Mr. and J Hospitality House, Homestead : easy te handle and looks lovely

Mrs. Fred Smoak, Mr. and Mrs. MeJlflmM. We recommend
Charles Glenn, Mr. and Mm Rob- ; All types of dancing

ert Glenn, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Leon- Tap, acrobatic, ballet, ballroom; I Shelton Thennlque Creqalgnole
Waves
ard McOarrah, Judy King, Mary
Lou and Buddy Musselwhlte, Special Ballroom Class : Lewd ShanuM Tim MarlMlte CMHLICE'S KLENZO HAND AVOID TOO MUCH
j for high school students .
Ralph Musselwhlte and Kenneth every SKIN
and Roger Glenn. Thursday night at 7:30( o'clock= I Ii BeAUTY and NAIL BRUSH SUN UNTIL

i r U T. CLUB'"ENTERTAINEDBY i CLASS INSTRUCTION I PARLOR just the thing for ,ar- IS TANNED

I MRS. MESSERSMIT1IA :50e 11.1t ..oeA..o -.A.U.. ........, Jan work.rr-+uto wnhwnedam.
got
per lesson or $4 month You
per I own rAp .. bag sometimes
A t
covreed ,
dish luncheon "I.f
rows
4
was ,t0. N. Get
loose Italics
HIM .
: before yoli
served Wednesday at an all-day lll I bristles 5 roWS hart taall CYP'1 C.m, As.bristles. .
t meeting of the F L. T. Club with each
at the Ebon tJ. It libe.IIy.S" how h
Mane of Mrs. Ann Mesienmlth. pl1 Got
On.
and satin an.ish 19 r and ..,the-IasNM
\ Plans for the chicken supper to be bottle toc1! for Call We.
e
,
held Saturday were completed
_
t \ W. M. S TO MEET
NEXT MONDAY
The business meeting of the W. s:

M S of the Homestead Methodist
Church will be held this month on

f t Monday to avoid holding meeting I REQUEST
tm the Fourth of JulyEXPERT .


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\ : i' Prompt service on all . o/1ulip !
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makes specializing on PLUMBING SUPPLIES : '"A BEAUTY SECIEr- .

; automobile radios .., '.
e I Bart wom n haTe teamed when tMor want

BEAUT1FW4 KATUEAL PERMANENT WAVES

a, 1. C. Dodd I "We meet mail order house prices" Make your appointment Vodaji-

Flown Bldg. I IRot.ad. 23 Flakier Street Homestead PAT'S BEAUTY PARLOR ;

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Friday, June 30,1939 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Page Sewn

e Earl Rohrer of South Miami ii

AND AROUNi FLORIDA CITY spending his vacation visiting hli
By Mrs. W. W. SeveryMr. parents Mr. and Mrs. John CLASSIFIED ADS
II' 1 Rohrer. ,. II'N I
IOMIESTEAD tbd Mrs. Frank Stalling -
"
_" ,.,___"_IH__ of South Miami announce the ar Mr. and Mrs, V. O. Rohrer of RATE: First Insertion 104 a UM; subsequent insertions)
(Continued From Page Five) rival of an eight-pound son, Lewli Miami were Sunday visitors in S* a lint

dent nurse at Jackson Memorli( I Harrison, Monday morning at the Florida City.
Is spending several week Jackson Memorial hospital Mrs I RENT YOUR HOUSE-furnished
hospital EXCHANGEFOR
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rohrer of FOR
Miss Cherie
Stalling was formerly
here with her parents, Mr. and Florida City announce the birth I or unfurnished. I have year
Aldrich of Florida City.
Mrs. V. M. Grennell. of a six-pound boy, Edwin Harvey, TRADE-Clear Miami cot- 'round clients. Benjamin W.

Carollnr.mpson: ; Fred Mathls of Summerlin Key at the Post Graduate hospital tag for grove. Box 883, Little I Morris, registered real estate
Miss of Hialeah broker, N. Krome ave., next 10
Tuesday River, Fla. (p)7);)
was a recent visitor at the Han-
Mr. and Mrs. E. IOakley. .
Is visiting Baptist Church. (julSU)
cock home.J. ..
C FOR RENTFOR
C. Latham and DeWitt Broad NARANJABy SEE AND BUY at Shanklln Variety -
Mrs. T. B. Grantham and IOn, water of Decatur, Ga, were guests Vernon Jackson RENT Furnished two bed ; Grove, West Florida City.
returned Sunday from a -
William .. a'lU
... ( )
at the home of Mr. and Mrs ---
six-week visit to Richmond Wash Roy room house, also furnished
Ington. HendersonvUle New Yor Chandler Tuesday. Mrs. Geo. Fogle and Miss MarJorie apartment, Seasonable rent. HOME laundry Mrs. Jeralgm,
and points In Massachusetts Fogte underwent tonsil operations All convenience Reduction tc
820 S. Krome Ave.
Jackie and Edward Chandler
Monday In Miami. right party by the year. Eva
i Mrs. W. H.cthad as guest spent the week visiting In Cora: Colllni, Biscayne drive and Federal -
on Friday Miss Rose Thompso Gables and Miami. Naranja residents who attendedthe Highway. WANTEDSALESMAN
Ice Palace in Miami Sunday I
and Miss Wyrlck of Indianapolis: Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Langham
SALESLADY to
who are visiting at Miami Bead afternoon were: Mrs. H. H. I GOOD, cool, roomy apt. for rent OR
and family moved to Homestead Graham and eon, H. H. Graham, Private bath, reasonable rats handle sales In and around

Miss Doris Warr It spending the on Friday. Jr., Mrs. John Brown and daughter Ask at Western Union. (mlTtt) Homestead for largest hospital

week with an uncle and aunt, Mi Mr. and Mrs.:-Rudolph; Mattson Mary Ann, Miss Lucille Drig- I plan In Florida, United Hospital
and Mrs. John Haynes, in Miam returned Saturday form a trip tc gem and Miss Clara Sayers. I UNFURNISHED: 8-room house I II Izatlon Service of the SuwanneeLife.
Write R. M. Brubakfr.
In Redland. Lights, water
the world's fair and visit with
a Mrs. Bertha and daughters I
Bailey 717 Congress Bldg., Miami. Fla
I, Herman Marks returned Friday relatives in the North. Brooks, Inc, Phone 78-B.
Lillian, Johnnie Lee and (P130)
two-week visit in Nei I
from a -
York where he visited the world J. O. Porter was a week-end Norma and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe FOR RENT-Furnished bungalov
fair, Mrs. Marks and the children guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Johns enjoyed fishing and boating with fireplace, hot water, run WANTED-man with car for Raw
/' who accompanied him, remained Schroeder.Mr. on the bay Sunday. 'I electric refrigerator and stave leigh route. Experience preferred

to visit with relatives. House ,ueats"'of Mrs. R. C. Jackson Fruit trees In yard. Inquire but not necessary Sake
and Mrs. O. J. Warwackand I LeaderEnterprise.FOR way up this year, Write Raw
: of San Juan children are occupying the over the week-end were I Wgh's, Dept FAF-10I-MK
Miss Edith Carmen ,
and Juanita
Misses Audrey Taylor
Free cottage recently vacated by Memphis, Tenn.. or see Henry
for SALE
Texas, will arrive today a both of MlamL
visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Moy Mr. and Mrs. Burley Dendy. Washington, I Xufeldt, Homestead Fla. (PJ30)

and family. Mrs. W. S. Trowell of Savannah Miss Marion Anderson of Miami FOR SALE-Hot Point r.ectrlc
Is visiting this week at the homesof wishing machine $30. One-hall WANTED-Painting or carpentry
arrived Sunday for a visit with
Ross Axon, local postal clerk, hal her aunt, Mrs. W. T. Willis.The Mrs. Albert Sykes and Mr*. R. mile east of Krome on Epmon work. Price reasonable. Corbet
Cor. 4th St.. and let Ave,
gone to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to re C. Jackson. I drive. Hack's Chicken Farm Smith.
? W, B. Flowers,
cuperate from illness at the horn Rev. and Mrs. C. G. Nelson Walter Beck. (p30) at residence of
of relatives. He left last Friday; returned Monday front Daytona Chas. Fortenberry returned Sun- Homestead. |Ui
accompanied by two nieces, Uri Beach. day from Carolina where he CHOICE LIME TREES on rough
B. L Hasbrock of Cedar Rapid been working for several lemon root. Splendid root sys TUTORING WANTED high
and Mrs. M. M. Miller'of Central Miss Nellie Goodmg left recently R. C. Jackson-; has' returned ha.l I tem. 40c each. Chas, Pratt, school and grade school subjects.
City, Iowa. for Georgetown S. C., accom- week Redland road, (luia-y7) Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. B,
after
Craig spending a
panied by her brother Owen, who Plummer drive and Country
r Mr. and Mrs. Ben Left and children will spend the summer with her. his family her Roy Bjorkman :::11' YOUR CAR OR BOAT enginewastes Club road.
this
him to spend
accompanied
i oil and try .
gai.
for violwith
will relatives leave In Sunday New York.a Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bacon moved week fishing on the Keys. I I OVRHAUL. Takes only 30 miD.i I

Into week.the Alonzo Lewis cottage this 1 Those attending si house party i iI i eatoto Install, saves oil and gas Buy a Home

Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Moye and given by Miss Jessie Anderson at I II 60%, Increases compressslots
daughter, Sue returned Wednes I Miss Catherine Sheffield of Miami !- I I her home in lied land Friday night i and speed. Costs only $2.95. I Buy Grove Land
day from a visit In Barnesvllle and is visiting her, brother anddatel'inlaw were Misses Lillian Norman and P. O. Box 219 Princeton. (Paz. Buy Glade LandIt

yq lanta. Mrs. Moye and daughtei r Mr. and Mrs Harold lohnni; Lee Andrews, John B. I II FOR SALE-House on two lots In is my firm belief that higher -
were gone a month and Mr. Mop. I Sheffield during her vacation. I Graham and Clement Russell Florida City. Corner on Eighth prices are Imminent.

Joined ,them two weeks ago i at and Dixie Highway. Bargain. Don't quibble about price.

Mr. and M-E. P. Wilson of Apply J. M. Kllng, Box 82, Deer- Don't wait ,

Hollywood spent the week-em TRUSS field, Fla. (J9-30) Buy now.

with Mr. and Mrs,. J. H."' Campbell \ FOR SALE Tropical plants, cit You'll thank me for this sag.

i DEPARTMENT rus trees and troplcu fruit In station a few months hence.

Leon Dane of.:Plant City arrived season. Jungle Grove, Redlaal II. A. Cameron
Sunday to work in Grantham teed I I road anti Plummet drive.
store. Don't suffer from a truss that falls to hold. Come In today and
have our trained attendants fit you with the proper trius. There LOST Will
Sam Hlckson ;spending a few Is no chsrco for a consultation or examination. Man and lady I .1 CLEAN RAGS WANTED -
days with Walter Jones In MiamiBeach I trained filters LOST-Brown and white fox terrier exchange subscription or advertising -
I puppy about 3 mot. old. Fe., I lor clean rags Leader-
SURGICAL BELTS :, Enterprlwol '.
Mr. and Mrs.: Adrian Jacobs and I male. Will appreciate If finder
will leave today for II 2.50 to 15.00CampAirwayOhio will return or phone 83 Homestead II NOTICE TO 1ITOCll oLDIR.I .
t eon Billy, I NAt'" I. h.r.b .... .h.e LIfo at,,,,,..3wttns
I visit with Mr. and Mrs J. A B. E Gatlin. (}23tf)I ? "t II" .t..1 .1.1n. '"( th. ( -4awf
.
Pollard In Sweetwater, Tenn., before a Truss I Nur..rew t:". will lit h.ld at too rl..I.I
going to Evansvllle Ind., fU--j and other popular bell,to aid MISCELLANEOUSMRS. I on flee Nundsy d the e'July nymny In. 1::..How-to"at th..a.:" 1,. k
Chicago and Iowa. In Correct Posture and rood ,. w., roe 'the purwee 01 ....\1.. a basal, ,
.
health. Trained Man and Lady J. B. TOWER will pay (i" I tflncton and .r.n..tlnl aara nlu
Martin Bishop and John Walton, Attendants. Come la for Free I for return of lawn-mower taker. butlnws we "r. come ii. 550555 5.tors,the a..mwelnpWis. ...O'f
who are spending the summer IrHendersonvUle Consultations. June 18 by negro (p)30))I (Jun. 20, July 7/
visited Mr. and I
20.00Ne i j--
2.00 to
Mrs. J. A. Pollard last week it Trusses

Sweetwater, Tenn.Miss case too complicated to .

; Orfanedes and hold. Complete stork of .. ___ STILINGReal
Katherine EDWARD
; desirable truss. Don't
I every
f Miss Virginia Kelley, Miss ,Kfttherlne suffer with a worn-out or e
Rad.
Kelley and Miss Mary

ford 4camp returned at Ida Monday M. Fisher from Junior the I I II obsolete eA4fnwils truss. fIY.Jlst.11a.rka'e.. IJrfeatoteSI Estate General Insurance
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Miami Beach. Mist ,'
t High school In :
Lou Belle Grennell. Miss LAO rUw.

Little and Miss Priscilla Freed .,. NOTARY PUBLIC
local alumnea members of the

club, assisted in Instructing classei Cor. Palm Ave and A,.e. B Florida City, Fla. I
during the camp.
L lFlao.1.St. WHE.Rr.tSt. t',

Mrs Paul Loaner; left Friday foe .
a visit "In Asheville .11C".. .. I -

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I Well Located Colored Town Lots




$100 each for inside lots;" corners $150




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REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
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BEACONS r -" ,

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One) RIBBON New
I mark even to the few boat that Irish .
t tlM any of the other four canal Oleo- DR Lia
along the Redland District chore p
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line. margarine Potatoes
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r Mr. Demerltt accepted *n tartUtlon I 'rvv2k
f to make in Inspection of the 25c 10 lbs. 21e
Mowry canal entrance and Pelican I
tank, and was taken to the proposed I ANY" BRAND FACTORY PACKED CANS PILLSBURY RICH CREAMY

Archer rites Henry of the Snooker lights Jr by, Mr'l Milk Flour S
A.C. Deputy Mr. Deputy' j I Sugar r
At t result he recommended i : !

can beacon banks for the and north a marker end of for Pell-the 3 tall'cans ... 19c 5 lb. bag ..._ 24c 51 lb. bag .... 22c 3Ib .._. 53c
south end, and a flashing beacon i
to mark the entrance of the tnowry Jlellmantli"nIue Ribbon Swift' Fancy No. 1 Tall
S' canal,and It U these aids to navigation -
i that the bureau of lighthouses Mayonnaise Tomato Juice
i \ has approved. I
I'r Establishment of the beacons

i', :... and M soon marker u a will lighthouse probably tender be made can Pint Jar _u.._..non........ .... 27c 2 cans _. .......................15c
be released from work in
another
section of Mr. Demeritt's ALLGOOD HEINZ DROMEDARY ROYAL ARMS
district WHOLE: rEELED PLUM, FIG DATE DATE AND NUT
river which on extends the east from coast the to the Indian SU- Apricots Pudding I Bread I FRUIT SALAD
wanD river on. the northwest
Florida coast. Headquarter of No. 2% .15c Large Can 27c Can 10c No. 2/can 27e
the district, however Is at Key can .. "oo ____._.r a .r
West, and the tender work out
from there. More than likely the NATIONAL BISCUIT a\\'UTS Del Monte Large Halves Yellow Clint
t installing of the lights off Homestead PRIDE ASSORTMENT
will be made at a time when Peaches
) a trader Is dispatched for regular Cookies I CORNED BEEF
1 tour of the navigation aids in Blscayne -

r, bay. lIb.] pkg. .___ 21c Per Can ___ .. 16c: No. 2Yz can ..____.... ....;.. 15c

f A Trial U M 20 SO 90 20 14 franklin's Supreme Blend Tacaam Packed

;; SAVE THIS CARD tALUABLE'"
t CoffeeLb.Can
MeansA Caeh purchase mad from as will 110 punched ea this cud.When yea kanwuchaud
.. ILSO la trad.yes have the privilege el receiving any one largo
for twe individual""alting Pas "
I CustomerAT FOR ONtY ?c --..........-... 22c
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CUTS run.: BILL. SHRINKAGE.: 'HiiiTri""K T HIN.
BAKE OK ROt$' S TOP or"STOVI WATERLESS COOKING Florida PackGrapefruit
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tit CLASS-UK tINED Juicer
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f DRIGGERSService e .r. e CLAY ,
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Sol Contains Giant Can....r...r.... 15c
Station I tit ..... tell lasting Dutch Ovn, Ban 9
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r: S. Krome A... and Third St. I II : .:.= Baku Casserole. Beech-Nut. Vacuum PackCoffee
9 PIECES and Mixing lowll
I Phone oil' : tit MN 'S.U ............, a

j. I u.. Ie ....Issued kyeeamtiTi _.
Homestead's Oldest M *.L'., e. ROM 0461. ..... rlso .0...
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( Now In new quarter three i --eat Specials -- Cleanser ... 12c:

I door* south of the First I
II National Bank
I Sylvan Farm Fresh Churned Creamery. LB. ROLL FANCY W"*>LK GRAIN SWIFTS JEWEL
COOL'AND SANITARY I
( Expert and .mf>te. aenrtoe. i Butter RICE LARD
j A trial win be appreciated. 27c

5 Ibs. oo.....n. 19c 4 lb. pkg. ..... 39c
1 I GOLD COIN SLICEDBacon La.
YELLOW a LB!!.

1I.I.i I. 3 ZSc Onions :IOC

MILK FED WESTERN La.
i TENDER, YELLOW ILBS.Squash .
Veal Steak
39cBONED Igc:

AKDJlOLLED LB.
SELECTED I LBS. FOR

Concrete Blocks Veal Roast Z9c Sweet Yams 17ct

Like the I LIGHT CATTLE-T-BONE, SIRLOIN, ROUND LB. j ij i t
FANCY WINESAP/ 4 LBS. x
PyramidsLirETIMK I Steaks 25cBEST

construction call I Apples 355c i i
for Concrete Block They ,
give you the satisfaction of I ----- GOLDEN RIPE .
lasting qualities combined I MADE: \
k with beauty.There are many I Bananas Ii .
uses tot Concrete Block in SALT BACON, 2 Ibs. _nu.... 25c : :
your building plan Ask for
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details.
SELECTED PIG'Su La.Liver' FRESH GARDEN ENGLISH I usa.FOR ;

Naraija lick Co. 17c Peas Z5c

Pfeee ISM '
Naraaja. flerld LARGE BEADS
FRESH DRESSED LOCAL LB. LettuceS
:I7ciI
Fryers-Roasters 35c 1',

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