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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 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: UF00087294:00234
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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1 :VOL. XXVII-No. 27 HOMESTEAD .FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY 7, 39 PRICE FIVE CENTS





d DENIES[ POLITICS IN WPA HEKEl







I :, Farmers' Market-- Scheduled I I PROBE WOULD BE WOMB,




For Opening in November I SAYS MAJOR ED I CLOSE, HEAD :

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COST OF HUGE I Mind and Body Building Has Important i OF PROJECTS IN 3 COUNTIESCity

I Part in Instruction of C. M. T. C. Units -

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By Randolph-F.-Blaekford Hospital Plans No Rule Against Hiringof

TRADING POINTSETAT157.000 EniTOB'a NOTIi Tk r.... .... I Blues or graduating cIa... It can ToG e t Approval 'Ex-Convicts, if
dolph r. BI....'..., pats ., HI. Jell.'. be seen that when 563 start camp
rkwl.ln EpIu-.M .c., ..the... .clamps, H__u MIIIUiT... b and of these only 41 are Blues Of WPA, Close Says QualifiedNO

Training Cook rest ...". H. that they are carefully picked for
W $ ntorM 5 Ik. WwM. war w4.. t it li hoped that all of these may Approval of lalll for the KICK LOCALLY ON
lieutenant III Uw ..
The Mtowlnf' ..army.1..11.rwn. mttt .*.. take the additional work that will Homestead municipal hospital INCREASE HOURS
..lI tl.. ., the C. M. T. C, WM r.. allow them to be given a commiaaion by the state and national WPA
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> kr the L 4 Structure to be 800 by 58 ..11 TM W. as I reserve officer. officials wa predicted by Skilled Men to Get J56c 'I,,
The Citizens Military Training In cue of war, the regular army Major E. J. Close, area diree- '
Feet Surrounded by Camp at Fort Screven Ga., which 183,000 strong, together with they tor for the WPA. Yesterday Hour; Laborers Ac- ,r
Wide Road I am attending ia unusually successful National Guard, 250,000 strong, while visiting Heraeateadproject tually Benefit '
thla year. Each year about, j will be our first line of defense. *. )
WALL NEXT STEP one hundred and fifty thousand But behind these will be the re- Major Close said the hospital Politic plays not the slightest .
boy make application to come to: serves who> are almost all officers plana BOW an at Jaek- f
FOR WPA PROJECT part In the operation of projects
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these camps. Of these only 20,000are at present, who receive training aenvllle. where they are certain ,
selected. They are dividedInto about every other year. The men to be approved They are In Homestead and workers, 1
16 Tons of Joining Devices : Basics. first year men, who.,.1'whom these officers command will sun to get their final a K. atWathlnfton supervisor and d rectors arc selected ,'
Will Give Building this year make 60 per cent of the be drafted. alao he aald. solely by the merit system t
Added Strength total enrollment; Reds, second The. purpose of the C. M. T. C. Work on the hospital to Major E. J. Close WPA supervisor 't
year men who; art about 20 per ,la two-fold, for it also trains the planned to start MOn after the Dade Broward and Col-
.111,8OO"-FtdrLla cent; .White,4bir4 year.who soaks jt>oys. Jn citizenship.I With this inmind plan. receive. .their final *tvpiwval. > .I Her- ;:U.a, -declared-while- on a ;:$
The titjF faros. up about 12 per cent;; and the 1 they have many lectures in tour of inspection of the local projects "
VII' market, a, WPA project, will I citizenship and a big athletic and yesterday.
be complete in November, It was 1 recreational program Thus tonight 'What' a man can do and if he '
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announced yesterday by W, J. YOUTH AND PEACE we atari boxing for which LOCAL JULY 4T11CELEBRATION does it after he li employed do-
have been for *
they training sometime termlnei his place on the WPA,
Clark, lupervfcor of the work and for which I have been I Major Close aaid. "Hll past life and "
The completed building a one. TOPICS AT WORLDROTARYJ1EETING picked ai a judge. We also have: IS ,hla personal habits do not concern
story structure, will be 109 feet i I baseball, volley ball and diamond ;ui. His willingnes to work and 1
long and 58 feet wide and will con. I ban teama together with swimming SANE BUT NOISY his need of work are the factor .r.
lain 400,000 feet ol lumber. It will and track. To date I have that get him on the WPA." i.
been very busy with organising Major Close pointed out that a
be encircled by a 75-foot roadwayMid Highlight of the convention of a band to play at parades and an A Fourth of July that proved complaint had reached him recently -
loading area. Pillar three Rotary International at Cleveland orchestra to play at dances and a safe and lane but had plenty of concerning the appointment of ),
feet high are the support for the June 19 to 23 were recounted choir of 23 for the church parade. noise; was observed in Homestead a former convict ai a laborer on a
building.At to the Homestead Rotary Club These are now going well 10 I can Tuesday\ There were no local project He said that he investigated y
present, work of laying the Wednesday by Baker Hindman serve ai umpire to some of the traffic accident or other mishapsto I and found out that the
floor la in Progress The next step and George M. Frlck, who attend. games mar the day and the fire department man came under the classificationof
will be the erection the wall. ed the convention aa delegate Loaner and Campbell are here received no fire calls. I WPA registration and that he
TKO rings and aherplates arc from the local club from Homestead and are both do- Despite the city ban on the sale U an Industrious worker. 'i
Zing used to. give the building "The magnitude and International (Continued on Page Three) of fireworks, there were plenty "A man who has served a prison
added strength and greater resistance aspect of the convention/ shot off here throughout the day term must get a new start in life
against high winds, Sixteen came apparent to ui soon afterwe, Virginian Buys Grove and night Wayside stands jual somewhere, and the beat place is in
toni of these joining devices are arrived," Mr. Frick said. "On the outalde the city limits did a land his home town." Major Close said .J
to be used throughout the itruc first day we met delegate from Home Near Homestead office business supplying the needsof "I have been Informed of a demand -
ture. I Japan, South Africa and Puerto those who like their patriotic tot a Washington Investigation .
s
The devices lock together aU Rico ai well a* from many of the Sale of ten-acre grove residence celebration noisy and colorful. into the WPA in South Dade :
pieces of lumber used in the build tales. I was quite thrilled to l on Biscayne drive west of Many other celebrant observed County and particularly In Home
ing. This preventa splintering and realize that each delegate had the Krome avenue, to John Harvey the day more queitly by going< on stead. I shall welcome such an Investigation lfi r
told the lumber together more same spirit of good will and, Roblnaon of Bloxom, Va.. was an- swimming and fishing parties during because It will prove
firmly than could be possible by friendliness that are common in nounced yesterday by H. A. Cam- the day and holding home that no WPA-poUtlcal alliance
ordinary methods.Mr. Rotary." eron, local real estate broker who parties at night exlsta"
Clark aald teco rings and George Hager of Chicago retlrng handled the deal. The price involved Dame Nature joined the celebration The new working standard for
aherplates are new to the building president, pleaded for a lasting was not announced. during the afternoon and WPA worker, which went into
Industry and only a few buildings world peace with the Gulden Rule Mr. Robinson I retired railroad provided her share of noise and I effect Saturday, brought little
Florida are equipped with them ai a basis In the principal addressof employee, and hla family took possession clamor. She produced an electrl. I protest from workers In this area
On the north aide of the market the sessions, Mr. Frick laid. The of the property Monday.They cal storm, but her "fireworks," ,and none has quit his job, Major
a tract of four acres hat been scarified president said he had visited 50,000 have been winter visitors in while spectacular and strictly IQ I Close laid.
and leveled to be used for the Rotarians in 42 counties during the the Redland District for several keeping with the general celebra. Henceforth, all workers, both '
farmeri' parking lot. A drainage past year and had endeavored to yean. ion, did little actual damage I skilled and unskilled, will work
system aloe will be Installed. I spread thla gospel of permanentpeace. The grove, formerly owned by Telephone service and electric 130( hours each month. Formerlyon
Mrs. Delia A. Lane and Mini Llda power at a number of homes were I local project, akllled worker
J. J. L. Phillips ObjectsTo An address by Norman A. Me'Larly E. Hutchinson sisters, contain cut off when transformers and I put In 64 hour a month and unskilled -
postmaster general of I five acres of avocado trees and five other electrical equipment were I men worked 140 hours.
Term, "Non-Resident" I Canada, was unusually interesting ,acre of orange and Ume trees. On I put out of commission by bolts. A ]Both classes will receive the aame
Mr. frick laid. Mr. McLarty it are a cottage, garage apartmentind heavy rain accompanied the thunder I aggregate monthly income ai they
J, J. L. Phillips, the man whom said nations striving for International several outbuildings. I and lightning. II received in the past
Representative Ernest Over-street. and understandingcould At
peace ----- -'-- -' I present there are approximately -
in a recent address at a Redland benefit from a study of the iventy-fl\e WPA workerson
District I; Lions Club meeting, credo situation existing between the Loans of Production Credit Groups the project at the library, the
ited With being the main Influence United State and Canada. He told I I Florida City farmers' market and
la the defeat of the avocado bill of an Incident at a small commu- Total $11,204,662 in Five-Year PeriodSeven (Continued oa Pop :Eight: )
found poly one objection to theLeaderEnterprise nity on the border during the '
account of the recent visit of King George VI and Florida production credit Homestead; W. E.: Sexton, and E.
apeeth. Mr. Phillip was referred Queen Elizabeth. The communitywished association which In the past five M. Van Landingham, directors: ; J. THE WEATHER
t* at a 'nonresident"While to fire a 21-gun salute in years have made loan aggregating D. Hawkins, vice-president; Oei ins wwiM, "Parr of m. suMrgMalSeverities"
Mr. Philllpi I* not a resident honor of the visiting royalty but 111,204,883 were representedat George F, Wall, lecretary-trea .I 5555... aaaawe. Ovid.
of the :Bedland District he could not find a gun in any of the a group conference of production urer; and Lloyd C. Caisel, aaalat .
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Ia a resident of Coral Gables. The nearby towns, either on the credit association director ant aecretary-treaaurer. The seven .Deep // Min. a-w. ask
objection to "non-resident" it Justifiable Canadian or United State tide of and secretaries held at Jacksonville aaaoclatlona represented at the
in that the term might be the border. Mr. McLarty aaid. Beach, according to W. H. conference were Bradenton, FlorIda June 30 90 67 30.07 .43
tonstrued ai meaning Mr. Phillip Mr. Hindman Hid one of the Owens of Gould president of the Citrus of Orlando, Gainesville, July 1 -. .. go W 30.09 .g8 '
live out of the county or atate. term of the program which interested Miami Production Credit Associa Jacksonville, Lakeland, Miami and July 2 19 s8 .70
The Leader-Enterprise ia glad him greatly wai an address tion. Sanford. July 3 .._ 91 69 30.12 3.00 ter r
to make this elaboration upon the by 22-year-old Darrel Brady Beside Mr. Owen, the Miami "The report at the conference," July 4 ..., 91 147 30.06 .23 i
\er "non-resident"" aa used ia, the of Minneapolis, who completedContinued I Production Credit AaaoclatUm wall aid MTV Owen "Indicated that Jury a 90 a9 30.00 a3
story about MX. Phillip ( oa Page Three) ;represented by T. A. Feaster of (Continued on Page Eight) July 9 71 30.00 01 '
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Turn THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, July 7, 1939
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r toll off Helena 4. DM Si, Mnrk oak br IN.Ioa. | President of Lions state camp meeting and pastor of pledges toward Its support .>ti
*- i New
HORNE VICTOR i, OMI 11 MWln* lies .. the West Palm Beach Church of Mr. Mowery, who was fonntf
Husli Gives Gavel Initial SwingThe God preached in the local Church pastor of the Homestead Chur.

I a. Mlame Aa SI BH PO A .1 of God Wednesday night and later of God, la on a statewide tout J
OVERPERRINEIN T...... Ir. _.._..._ a a I Redland District Lions Club told of the camp meeting which his denomination.WANT .
.. ,_ . .
-' -- held Its tint meeting under Ita will be held in Fort Meade from
::dMM,''ii'I: : I : : new officer Tuesday night, with Aug. 25 to Sept. 3, and received ADS PlyAnnouncement
PITCHERS' FIGHT I Husk.' .&irr:8: : :: : J J J ItMetals. I John S. Peters wielding the gavel

d-------- .a a I is 0 Mr. Peter was installed at a
On of those dlamondball games :.ri.'=. rt :::-.:: s : 1 11I f eTaub. : joint installation ceremonies of

that make history was played by Ii........ J... ...._....! ..! ..! several other Lions clubs at the
the Perrlnt and W. D. Horn Co. no..._......_W a I at I I Alcazar Hotel in Miami a week
team at the municipal park Mon ago. He succeeds Dr. George D.
amber All &I SIR PO A saleb.p
day night with the local players .. ....._...._ I a a a I Ruehle.No .
making the only run of the fracas O. .wll.... I" ...._.. 4 I 0 I I 0Broakq followedat
lbKin.rd ......... .. I I special program was
In the last hall of the ninth in* hili.... Ir. ...... I a the meeting. Harley R. Core
nln,. |0. ullivas, d.It::= : I : I : : second vice-president of the club
It was I beautiful pitchers' battle Y..1. I inspirational talk I We wish to announce to our cus-
throughout, with Nelson of the :JI ::::.-:::: : : I : t gave an
: E. H. Gallaher the WPA
Hall.I I I a 0 praised
local team allowing four hits and ach.IMra. .1...._ r I I a I I music project started for loc.ll I tomers that upon reopening our
Deal of Perrine allowing but three.I
with 'tota&_...._...._....a7 12 ii school students several weeks ago I
The goose eggs appeared I I and requested the club to help defray store we have cleaned our shelves
regularity on the score board until I IHome Innings J I I a I Tas I
....... of Walter Malor of
lad Miami" 1 I 0 a 4arwoker expenses
to bat In the of
came __ a a a 1 a a fthe with
the ninth. Nelson allowed four Miami director o project. and restocked a complete line
I I Tw UM hto, Khuri I (lira* but hlu,
bad onea to and was permit
paw CnxkMt t* Hush t* TunlMI base nI I
ted to trot to first. On the next 1'1", Cam T I .tk out \or Hughes Rev. L. Mowery Comes of FRESH seed.
pitch he sprinted for second and.Campbell a. CAT" .1 _,1... HID" and Humbes. Here in State-Wide Tour
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Pcrrlne catcher, throw !Church will
join the leagues of
the ball wild, enabling Nelson to ,the St. 10 h n'. Presbyterian The Rev L. S. Mowery business i Be sure your summer garden
negotiate the circuit and bring In Church and the Westminster PresDyterlam manager of the Church of God I

the had only two outa run of to the go when game.the Home tally'.union vesper Church service of Miami in the in St.a I has a good start with seed fresh

was made. I John'i church Sunday evening from the grower's fields and for
Only a single error each was About fifteen members fromHomestead ,
made by the teams during the Tropical CafeS
will attend.
( results AGRICO
game. Each aide made five base I. I continued best use ,
bita. I I The Rev. Geo. H. Ricks, pastorof
I doom north city hall
South Miami and Brooker Lumber ][ the Homestead church will the nation's leading fertilizer.
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HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
'Co. furnished the aecond half I|!i speak on "Christ and the Problem
jof Being a Real Person" and a
of the
entertainment. The local I),
member of the Miami Klwanla Regular dinner ..... 50c
team got the big end of a 12: to 8
score. It was one of those slam I Club will speak eyi "Qualities Plate lunch ............ 35c Grantham Seed Store
Youth Should
I Develop to SucceedIn
bang attain, with 22 base hits
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made and nine erron recorded.j Business, I
Miss Rath Steffanl and Mrs
Inn* catcher for Brooker, slammed I A picnic supper will be aerved Kercado, HOMESTEAD, FLA. PHONE 22
Florence Prop
out a home run. Brooker got at S o'clock and this will be followed I II

way out In front In the third when I by the fellowship meeting
five men crossed the plate and
held the lead without any diffi I .
culty. South Miami staged a rally ..t.tI
In the seventh and scored four
times, but the runs were not .tI
sufficient to lean the score toward lots
the victory aide. ,I
Hughes,pitcher for South Miami,
and Caves, Brooker hurler allowed
the boyi to play with the A
ball. Only five.men were struck
out. Caves. retired four and I
,
Hughes one. t I
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July 7. 1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Three E


NEW CHEVROLET Clarence Froscher Is MIND AND BODYContinued 32; Presbyterians 30; Episcopal- some who are not able to get up ,
Admitted to Annapolis Other denominations represented for the 11 o'clock services at home (t
I are Congregational! 4; Jews, 4,
GEARSHIFT HITS Clarence Froscher, ton of Mr. ( from Page One) Greeks, X; Nazarene, 2; Adventists we think we might mention that t
2 and Reformed they are really rather late for us
and Mrs. E. A. Preacher of Florida ing well The trainees live in ; Christian!
PUBLICS FANCY City, was notified Tuesday of his squad tents accommodating about Science and Alliance Tabernacle in the army, for we rise It 8:IS
appointment to the United States six, on the north end of Tybee with 1 each. a. m., and the boys must be In bed
Naval Academy at Annapolis, subject Island which Is surrounded by the The Roman Catholics are taken, by bed check at 11 p. m.
Detroit, July 6.-Rarely has anew only to his passing the required artificial hills that were the batteries In trucks to attend their mass each ,1,1I
automotive feature scored physical examination when he presents to protect the mouth of the Sunday at Savannah Beach, and I ,
such bit himself for entrance. Savannah river. I say were, because Jews come In occasionally to the
I with the public at has '
Since his graduation from Homestead these batteries are not now I Friday night service in Savannah I :J-'
the new vacuum gearshift with High School several years used. On the top of some of the If these hours seem early to "
steering column control Introduced ago, Froscher has been a memberof batteries the officers have their I H
by Chevrolet on Its 1939 the naval aviation reserve unit tents, two to a tent. These are so
models at Opalocka. All naval reserve close to the ocean that when !lyingin I
members are eligible to take the bed we can see the sun rise out
Car
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buyers have
everywhere
competitive examinations for admission of the ocean by simply I lifting our Fora /
shown overwhelming preference to Annapolis, and Clarence heads. At high tide we are almost -
for It, as against the conventional took one early In June. as close to the waves as if
shift Approximately 90 per cent He will leave Saturday for Ann we were on an ocean liner.
of the 1939 Chevrolets sold have apolis. Today the boys are on the range I
been equipped with the vacuum : getting I rest from the drilling
shift, according! to sales figures released One boy has already qualified as I
by central office statisticians YOUTIIAND PEACEContinued expert with 181 hits out of a possible -
200 with I machine gun. It Keep In Touch With
'. Simplicity characterizes the new I Is remarkable to see the sudden i
gearshift, according to Ed. Hedner, ( from Page One) transformation In these boys most Bonn and Office
national director of service for tour of Europe In a study of youth I of whom hardly knew what a uniform .
Chevrolet. The vacuum principle 1 Youth Is powerful and can lift was two weeks ago For al.ready Bg Long Distance
Is not new, since trucks for years up or pull down a nation, but it'I' : instead of stoop shouldersI ,
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have had vacuum-powered brakes, I wants peace, Brady told the convention I have erect carriage a quickened w When on your vacation Occasional Long
but Its application to the gearshift I' walk and I self confidencethat r
I according to Mr. Hlnd- I| Pittance, .CI.vlalli with, he o k* and
is a distinct advance In engineering man. Dictators have capitalized Is most noticeable. WheneverI
The new shift Is relatively on the energy of youth going to.I:|{,] am at these camps I wish every folks back home will keep you _ured. ,
tool proof, and trouble-free me- waste and have diverted it in the ,[:boy in the country might have the Thing you may have forgotten, ow any
chanically. wrong direction, Mr Brady said. privilege of being here. I little difficulties arising since, on be labia
Because the vacuum shift enables : Mr. Hindman said he attendedthe I Each Sunday as camp chaplain t f art of In a moment by telephone.
the motorist to drive without community service assembly at! have an early communion at 6:45,
Wherever vacation land It,Lang Distance!
removing either hand from the the convention and learned that church parade which the whole
wheel. Increased safety of opera- Rotary's field for service is wide body attends Is at 9 a. m. I hada la your link with hone. Vm it. It ems
tion Is one of the advantages directly and diversified. For eximple he census taken at the beginning of little but It will do much M make. your
traceable to the new device. said, one delegate reported at the the camp and found that 07 per a vacation more enjoyable and ",rehln,.
The vacuum booster supplies 80 assembly that his club was Instrumental cent of the boys were members
per cent of the effort in shifting In getting united In marriage of some church and 88 per cent
gears. The driver may flick the 1,800 persons who had been expressed their preference. Baptiits SouTHERn BEtiTmrnonE
lever Into proper position with the living together out of wedlock.At have the largest contingent,
finger, using only about 20 per the meeting Wednesday noon 202, with Methodists, 143, next. SOB TELEGRAPH company
cent of the effort once required. the club's new president, Charles Then came Roman Catholics with IMMMSATISJ
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This also tends to reduce driver H. Steffanl', announced the following I I
fatigue making for another increase committeesvocational: service I Parman Mr. Rue, Mr Mathers and tty x'M""r
in safety.Actually Roy Chandler Baker Hind-I Mr. Parker.
of course, the gearshift man, Wainwright Ernst and Edward !
could have been so designed as to Soling; fellowship Ralph' I
have done all the work, engineerspoint Wilson Adrian Jacobs and Ted r
out. However, the shift was Bleler,.youth work, George Wake-
purposely designed to leave a field Bevo Webb and Willard Fl. k ys,li ur
.small amount of the work up to the field; finance and auditing.-Max
'driver, simply so he would still Loaner Ben Archer and Lee Leh-
have the 'feel' of the shift This man; community service, James .
, gives him better control at all Wollam, James D. Redd R. F. 3 .
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times. Blackford and Mr. Ernst, Rotary I i
i Clearing of the front compartment information, Fred Redd, Marcus
I. of all rods and levers has Berger and Ernest Roberts; alms
i been accomplished with the steerIng and objects, Clarence
control and the placement ol William Rheney Mr. Parman'l!
the brake lever at the left, under Frick, Mr, Chandler and
the Instrument panel Three people lam; attendance Paul Reynolds
can ride comfortably In the William Geronlmo and Mr Lehman I
front seat with no discomfort to ; music, Mr. Vrakefleld and
the middle passenger, who formerly Mr Hindman; international service ,
had to straddle the gear i commit, Frank Skill, OscarParker 1 tf y a.Asir I II
lever. Here again, Increased safe and Mr. Rheney.; program,
I ty enters the picture. The driver John Mathers, Charles Fuchs.. I
need not fumble for the Frank Rue and Ralph Wilson; and
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the d th airs that Chevrolet first In passenger car .sales Isan
I also first In motor truck sales, became truck
"' .. buyers select the trucks that pay the greatest !

A new form of nitrogen that .... ",,' .,.r," returns. t

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as as some Inorganic sue"'' r t, .._..... sender can. You may choose your Chevrolet
forms of nitrogen. Ask about'the ,', cto-.eI"ed,, .1" -- ....... solely for Its beauty, comfort, or performancebut i
r ,' { you will jet in addition that all-Important
price of this new form of .1t extra value. .
plant food. i ia

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- I* full "- Tan following am taken *> I may we offer our opinion in the heavy fine Imposed on the dairy .
M*. *> II .1:1.-..t .,, ee as... e_ film *t UK H.aM ... matter a. to whether lU milk man who uses this milk after the
Mo.we.d: rbrtd. .... Nw MI *f Law.'Me aataall.Md M.r. Ice llll, condemned.A '
animal Is .
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net af .... with w ..- further protection Is the sanitary
In the current -
aa.eM that ii printed news
atBRCIintON ATtS : : .'. I driver who stopped to succor the
a I* BMk Cir ,...... ILN papers, one night conclude that inspection of the dairies, nude w
-", *| Dad* ?...y inspectors from, the elate and 1 unconscious lady lying lmat en
1 the highway near Naranja
-''W. A. Murphy and family of against disease, and that raw milk local milk department, which slightly\ cmbarralseed when was he ..
San Francisco arrived her about compel the dairyman to maintain I .
endanger the health of those found what the needed was cloves ..
CURRENT ten day ago to become permanent using It. a high standard of sanitation. Someof :and clothe
retldenu. Mr. Murphy hat been the dairies in this county have .i
DO THE PEOPLE know that the e *
: COMMENT ben before and likes It ao much a 100 per cent rating In sanitation. .y
dairy herds of this county are That the working model of the 1
better than California that he
under supervision, and Inspected This rigid and regular inspection art
ipeclallst's at
' Miami I presented the 1
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By bought which B. A. Wai-
a grove
b iy both federal and state authorities u prescribed by law and regularly I adlei' night meeting of ft local
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: din has been for
caring
carried out In our dairies, hat resulted -
? There ta a force of graduate I club will be presented to the city "
Florida was one of the three -"A delegation of Odd Fellows veterinarian who Inspect the dairy In healthy herds and the I council In I plea for restoration of r 1
, states that showed gains in real estate went to Miami on Tuesday evening herds of this county every thirty public need not fear to use raw I plans for structures of this type In et

t valuel Delaware and Iowa to attend the district meeting d.,.. There ire many herds that milk. I he WPA municipal park project. '
i were the other two. The national I and Installation of the Re- art accredited by both federal and In regard to the number of un- e '
. average of realty holdings was ekahi The following were in
state Inspection And If a cow, dulant fever cases reported at the That is
, placed at $1,083 a decline of 14.1 the party: Mr. and Mn. K. 8CapUngcr or cow are found to be impeded is there "klngflih" the term
proof
resent time any '
i from tile 1132 figures Mr. and Mrs. B. C Murphy I sometimes given to a person who
per cent of having biclllua abortui (the 'j d'one
hat these cases were contractedIn of _
Influence
I occupies a position
; South Carolina showed th* lowest Mrs. J. F. Umphrey, Mri cause of undulant fever) they are this area? In the mind of the who would like to by
average holding per person--IDS. AI Doyle Mr. and Mrs. C. T. supplant'S
recorded ai "iiupecti": and the writer, it I* reasonable to believe I him in that position. J
i The Associated Press announces Fuchi, R. T. Jackson, O. E. Allen, law requires that they be segregated that these cases of Undulant fever .
. 'that national Income for 1(38 W. J. Owens of Homestead and a e
from the herd until the next could be brought to this area from
; dropped 11 per cent. By national Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Webster and Inspection, which, ai has been other parts rather contracted here. That one of the greatest causes
r Incomes ar* meant salaries wages, Mr*. L. W. Taylor of Florida City." stated, la thirty d.,.. If on this ARE THE PEOPLE OF THE I tor criticism of WPA was removed

dividend, rental or other income.It -tlsa Hainlin I* visiting In second Inspection the "suspect" MIAMI AREA especially subject I locally when the government '

formerly had a yearly increase Ryan, Okla. manifests this gem It \II branded to undulant fever or has this Inspection I ceased to pay men twice as much ,.

and reached the e peak* *In 137. -"Z.: E Hair and family are now with a "B", the Insignia for Bangs failed to eliminate the I is they could get at the lame Job '.

right In In Ryan, Okla., visiting his three Disease resulting to the human In jaclllui abortus In Dade County's I In private Industry
The old lady was quite
her opinion that "Them as hat brothers, Griffith. Earl and Fow- undulant fever, and the animal li herds, and accomplished it In'
ler. He la en route to California other parts of the state
of Indian
(Its. The new village ORe 1\1. A. BERGER
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Creek on the list side of Biscayne O. B. PARKER.
Bay has been described ai being -"". U. Free and family win leave Children in Court Homestead fla., July 6, 1939. Dentist

fabulously l rich. Ita 79 resident this week for a visit to relatives By Judge .Malcolm Hatfleld. "
recently had a municipal election In Georgia. NOTH-I' of APPLICATION roB ,.d j
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.t a total COlt of three dollars. Not "Fred Fucha returned on the Notlt. I* hnwbr dean that Mri. QMMV. Office Hours 8 :3D-4 :30
only that. Its officiary will serve morning train Tuesday from Okeechobee. INADEQUATE HOMES ni.r.I-o holitn ai amlin. of City of

without pay. And, ai the boy re- ." The problem of children moving dated the 1st. for CMtlMrat of JUIM. Namtorrd A. D. lest *bee>l. First National Bank
morktd "Ain't that iumpln'7" ..;-"C. M. Wald will move to north from one community to another In riled: Hid Ortlflnu In m, office, and has

e e e em California about the first of a house trailer la adding to the mad application In * A Miami paper recently printed August ." complications which now beset nnbnKM the following d the result on what feature brought "Cards have been received b1; those who are Interested in delinquency to-will..rt situated In Dade Oountr, Florida, Open Evenings by Appointment ti

most tourists to Florida and among friends[ in Larkin, Homestead and prevention. Such children Lot ID. Bluet toe. Hl.Wh 4th AiMn,
the eight or nine attractions named Florida City announcing the marriage usually do not remain long enoughIn Sut.In the of City Florida.0'. HlalMh, County of Dad,

of course "climate" stood at the of Miss Carrie Lou Gray, any one spot to benefit by the Th an head But what a bitter pill for daughter of Mr. and: Mr. and Mrs public opinions existing In any ol the paid Unknown, CertlflcaW Unlw kmrd wu.Id la OrUfleau the .*.... G. 0 Brewster, M. D.

the huers and cryers that It you John Martin Gray of Woodruff: specific locality. Only the undesirable 'hall ... redeemed ....rdl.. to law. tai
kill racing or limit racing you kill S. C., to Harold Franklin Shelley characteristics of a given 'drd J.1r,will A. D.lose 1989.Uonra m the 12th dar of Eye Ear, Nose and Threat

Florida and Dade County, for that of Larklni, the wedding taking neighborhood are absorbed aa a Dated this 9th dar of ,r"... t: D. 18S9. Treatment
attraction stood at the foot of the place at the brlde/l home at 4 result of continual moving.On L B. LIATHEHMAN
Clark of Olr. H Costs,
t, class o'clock on the afternoon of June the other hand, it cannot be _,, Dade Ceintr JFIorld Classes Fitted
e a e 25th ." assumed that all youthful delin- ( .... Court Real)
0. TFRRBTT, D. 0. Offte. tour a t. a lima .r
A glndiBll-growIng concern with .-f'A. H. Erpenbach who left quency will cease as soon as children W( .n. t.II.Ni It; July t, 1939) Appointment domes
field In New Jersey and Virginia,, Homestead on the 12th of luna are removed from house
came down a few years ago and was In Minnesota at last accounts trailers and the alum areas. Living at Mrnw Krmu AT. uii
leaned I large tract of land from ." conditions and delinquency are : EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING ...... itrMtTurner's

the Bessemer Properties of Pittsburgh -"M. P. Wallam has bought the not so closely affiliated that it can I .......c.04. Florida

for a try-out. It proved old Model Land Company office be presumed that delinquency will 'I .... x. ash
highly successful ai the concern hulldlng and will open a cash and cease once the house trailer and

aent out aa many aa four carloads carry meat and grocery store about ilum, area ar* eradicated. Such Prompt service on all
July 15 f reasoning I not based on facts, for
purchased -"LI.uVernon Leach left on approximately half ai many makes specializing on

drainage district area a few mil e. Monday to report for duty at Camp youngsters from rural areas become automobile radios funeral Home
north of Fort Pierce, and hot put t Cordon ." (Florida City). delinquent ai do children
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into cold storage more than a mil- ='''A mass meeting was held In the from the city.Delinquent L. C. Dodd"flowers wax AMBULANCE SERVICE
lion pounds of bulb for next win- town hall on Saturday evening to children are usually
ter's planting recommend three for membershipIn not only underprivileged but they Bldg. Lady Attendant

It Is claimed other concern will council to fill vacancies. The are often supervised by Ignorant Homestead, Florida Pnona 884-R Homeitepd,Fla.
take up the Port Mayaca land this I following were selected: J. M. parent who are unable to develop
concern formerly held under lease. (Leach A. C Grew and E. J. sufficient Ingenuity to correct,
o e e Rhodes ." (Florida City). guide and counsel them properly
If I correctly Interpret the editorial .. -'Ronald' Allen has secured a position Some children come not only from ,
and other evidence aa foundIn I with the W. D. Home Co." large families and broken homes DR. C. II. DENBY
the Palm Beach Sun that paper' Frank Robert has returned but they are often found in the i
experts to ride on the Garner-tor- from Franc and has been sent to better neighborhood where every

President band wagon. Camp Orant for discharge ." opportunity for advancement la af Osteopathic PhysicianPhone
e e e (Florida City). forded. J

Too many people can not KM I This leads to the conclusion thai
farther than the end of their no*I June M. 1I1S where the family Is functioning

unless there la a dollar a little I -"Th. Standard Grower Exchange successfully It Is possible to rear 39Homestead

ahead; they do not realize the I la carrying on an active law abiding children even though
great truth that unselfishness pays:: buying campaign grapefruit and outside influences tend to disrupt' Fla.

thai to get we must give. The I oranges through their local agent, the teachings of the parent. How-
Florida Grower points out thai I John Moffett Mr. Moffett ha ever, it would be much simpler for (Over Brown's Drug Store)

after the Chicago world's fair Ir I bought up about two hundred can parents In all sorts of environments -

1892, Florida citrus sales Jumped I so far. giving $Z a box on the tree to counteract the unwholesome -
27 per cent and the Great Lakes I for early grapefruit and $U5 for outside Influences If adequate -
exposition at Cleveland in 183'r later stuff. The fruit will be recreational activities were

beat that, to say nothing of the handled through the house they provided. Ci

tremendous Impetus given the are building at Naranja ."
tourist influx the following seasonso "Mlgnonn Aldrich It vlsltln: g i
we need not kIN goodbye the her parent her for a month. She
million and half w* are spending ., has been living with her grandmother A Trial
at the New York world's tali If and going to school New

thi year where the novelty, beauty Orleans and will return when he
and extent of FlorMa'a exhlblit I vigil Is over." (Florida City. MeansA
"stealing the show."



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PRESBYTERIAN Clod Saturdays SUPPLIES

July I. Mormla worship Station .
aaMerl: What God Cm Do Free Parking Space "
I "Wtf Meet mail order house prices"
VVUh a Manias anion vesper itu K. w. irra IT. MIAMI i 8. Kim Are ad Third It

church service. at tot 8t yawns Jehsft people PreibyWrU *f. raons HIM rho" tIl' i 25 Flagler Street Homestead

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'YI:1i- July 7, 1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pane Five 1

!: II Mrs O:-B, Parker has been con- Mrs. Frank Skill returned from-... Fred---Rhodes, her Mat ad a

I fined to her bed for over a weekas Washington D. 0.. on Sunday. daughtea, Mrs. Neal Jeffrey of
the result of a fall which severely South Miami, left Sunday for Rochelle -
;.. In and Ground I sprained an ankle and injured Miss Alia Webster returned home Ga.. where they will spend .l'l'AI.
her right arm and side. She Thursday from a aeries of house 10 days.
hopes to be up in a week or two. parties in Birmingham Lewis-
ville, Ga., and Greenville, 3. C Given Victor arrived from In-
Homestead I Mr. and Mrs. :J. L. Hickson had ; ;; diantown Sunday\ for a visit of ? ,
as week-end guests Mrs. James R Irene Cox, daughter of Charles several days. lIe Is working on a J
Pritchard and Mrs. Hattie Noell Con, is a tonsUectonur patient at state rood department project nest ,
i Of Randall. Vl. Mrs. O. F. Riley the Post Gradual hospital. Indlantown. t. -

::1j;,{} Mr. and W.... Paul Reynolds and I Mr. and M.... Jack Polk and ion, of Lake Worth and Mrs.. N. B. Mr. and Mn. Arch McCreadyand Mn. F. D. Mock "and daughter,
sons, Joe mi Gene, returned I Jackie, left June 29 for a visit in Murray ot Lynchburg, Va. Mrs Mini James and William, and Joylene, left Thursday to spend a
Thursday from a trip to the world'i I New Orleans.Mr. Pritchard la a sister ot Mr. nick Mr. McCready'i father, James month In Edison, Ga.
fair in New York alld1I1t In McCready left Wednesday to \ '
t' Oxford, Pa. lacktor4, Va. and and Mrs. W. B. Milts have son.J. spend the summer in Michigan. -ft RIDA CITY
Cairo, Qa. They were accompanied at a guest Dr. M. H. Kendrick a A. Norwood who has gone to Mr. and Mn McCready and sons By Mn. W. W. Ie"" .1
home by Hone Rltcher, a brother ot Mrs. Mills, of New New York to attend the world'ifair will spend the summer In TwinIng I ,
broth of M.... Reynolds. who Will York city plane to spend the summer In with Mrs. McCreadyl mother, Mr. and Mrs. I:. F. Franklin and i
; visit them hert. the Iforth. During his absenceMr. and Mr. McCready'i father will daughter of Marlon Ky., spent ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott and Mn. R. L. Mullen will visit in Standish at the homes .f (Continued (m Page Seven) :. /,
Local friend received Word and children Dora, Bill and occupy his home. Mr Mullen Is nil other sons
yesterday from Mrs. C. W. Me- Dick, will leave Monday to visit a former resident of Redland. I
Ewen who Is visiting her aon-in- relatives in Charlotte N. C, before Mrj. Lydia Gossmsn and Miss Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brodie have Dr. Leonard W. Hoskin I.

law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. going to Pittsburgh to attend the Rote Caves left Tuesday to visit gone to Daytona Beach. p..Mlld.r UrtHtaf be... I
'II : Loula F. Muench, In Springfield, national Lions' convention. ""' e.a 'I i
Mrs. Cowman's ion Rudolph, at Divine Eaton has com from It'-'I I
Mo.. that her grandson, Louis Mr. and M-L.ter; : Gainesville where he is attending! Charleston to spend the week with I \'
Lawrence
Bernard Muench had been born 141 N. I. tint at )
summer school. Mrs. Eaton and their children who .. ,
July t at 10 o'clock. will leave today for a visit In .........!T Air C > ... ,
on Blakely and Damascus are spending a vacation at their 0.._t ".... A :
Ga., before Miss Bertha Mill Hausman left 1
1 Mrs. Mary Theme who has been going to the Lions convention In Saturday to spend several days In country home. I T \\ ,,
receiving medical can In a hoar Pittsburgh.Mr. Fort Pierce. Miss Dlmplp'ker;: underwent
pltal was brought to the home of an operation for acute appendltitia New Remington
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and Mrs. W. I. risk, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs--J.R: Hlckson have I
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
at the Kendall hospital Wednesday \
and Mn M. D. Jacobien, Tuesday Mn.. Frank Bernecker, Mr. andMI'I. as a guest, Miss Frances Coggs of I night Portable Typewriters
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W. H. Woods and Mr. and Columbus, Ga. :
AS LOW AS
Mill Jane Oatlltt'left Thursdayfor Mn. Floyd Fogl of New Smyrna Mn. T. T. Bowen returned Saturday -
spent Friday In Key West. Miss Louella Lynch and Mill J
a wit with uncles and aunts, from a week'i visit In Cobb- $29.75
Eleanor McCabe arrived Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Gatlin and Mr. Miss Ellen Venn was In the PostGraduate from San Antonio, Fla4 for a visit town, Ga. FOB AS UTTLB: AS
and Mrs J. GatUn. Fort Myert. hospital for the removalof with Miss Lynch'i brother and Plea Posey and'; 'his ion, Junior, lOci Day i
She will visit friends In West Palm
her tonsils Wednesday.Mr. sister-in-law, Mr and Mn. S. J. left Sunday for Rochelle, Qa I IMra. AT :
Beach also.
. ,
I k I and M"Hjfam: Ritch re- Lynch. A. D. Smith li expecting LILES' PHARMACY
1J' Miss Ila Jean Irwin and Miss ,turned Tuesday from a visit to the Miss Sue Robinson; ; of Miami wasa her sister, Mrs. Harmon Martinof 4ie MAIN HIGHWAY ,;
Dorothy Behrens returned Friday ,New York world's fair and a stay guest of Mr, and Mn. H. K. Wrlghtsvllle, Ga. this weekendfor COCONUT GROVE. FLA. !
from the Presbyterian conferencein In Akron, O. Foulk last week. a visit ,
Avon Park. I
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Mr and Mrs.: F. B. Mock and
I daughter, Joylene, left Thursday .
for a visit In Edison, Ga.

Elbert West returned Saturday
, from a visit In Homervllle, Ga.

u wile Miss Mary Adam left Saturday
to visit her mother. Mn Irene
Brannon, In Jacksonville J9

,. Mines Betty and Edna Nell I tI
Richards spent Sunday, Mondayand
Tuesday with Judge find Mri. I
Cecil C. Curry in Miami. Mn.
Curry had spent the precedingthree I
days here at the home of
the Rev. and Mn. J. J. Richards.

i-J Ruth Byrum Is spending a week
"k::1;' with her uncle and aunt, Mn and
" Mn. 3. J. 1* Phillips, la Coral .
,"'
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.c' Mr. and Mn.: A.:S. Moye and
I';""fi daughters, Mines Antoinette, Helen
!; .;C and Sue, and their house guest,
ff' Miss Edith Csrman of San Juan,
/' Tex., spent Monday In Key West
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Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Carter will
. leave Sunday for a visit In Los
' Angeles.
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_:. Mr. and Mn. Sam; J. Davis had
as guests Sunday and Sunday
\'.. night Mr. and Mn. Hall of Pa- w ,
f vl hokee and Detroit and Mrs. A. L. k
" Chandler of Miami.

fc* Mrs Gertrude Verner of South i
, ... Miami visited Mr. and Mn. H. M.
:1 Glbbs on Sunday.
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" I Miss Louise Pacettl returned
' Sunday from a visit In Hender-
sonvllle i
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c Dr. Robert P.: Crow arrived Sat
)I' lirday from Chicago to visit Dr.
t : and Mrs. J. A. Smith.
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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sabin left
'. Wednesday for Toledo after a visit
'? with Mr. and Mn. C. J. Parman. A Sound Investment in Comfort and SecurityA
They were accompanied by Miss
i 1 Jean Parman wh will visit in

|i' Toledo. home of your own is no longer an extravagance Homes can be remodeled too-with FItA Insured

I. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brantley and but a sound investment. comfort as Modernization Loans. These loans are

son, Charles, and Mr. and Mrs. J. well as security. being made for home, farm and business

J.all Brantley of Narsnja and, left Walter Friday Cockran for t, Insured Loans up to $5,400 may finance as much property. Lots of comfort can be built into an

Visit In Oconee, Ga.Ilonlestead'a. as 90 per cent of the total appraised value of the old home: new floors, new plumbing, lighting,

house and grounds. The interest rate is limitedby rooms redecorated or the house Itself can be

Oldest law. Monthly payment are figured to suit remodeled: rooms enlarged or added a porch y\

g Barber Shop individual Income. Very much like paying rent built, a new wing. Payments are made month

except that the monthly payments make you ly, suited to income over a conveniently long

D. L BOWEN the OWNER of your home. period. Consult u. for details and help.

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KISSAM-BOOTH MARRIAGE TAKES PLACEIN MOLE SEVER IS HONOREDON MISS ESTHER REBECCA DONE IS WEDDEDTO
. BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY
I THEO ALEXANDER MOORE IN MIAMI
TROPICAL SETTING ON HOME GROUNDS Mrs. Ernest Nelll and Miss Melba

-- Sever entertained at a chicken din- --

Mia Annie May Booth daugh- In long streamers and by a short, ner Friday at the Neill home In Miss Esther Rebecca Done I After the reception at the home
black dotted veil. Florida City In honor of the birthday daughter of Mr. and Mn. Ralph ,of cousins of the bridegroom, the
tri of Mr. and Mrs. William J. of their lather Mose Sever. Howard Done of Homestead and bride end bridegroom left for a
Booth and William Allan Klnam Miss Parman wore a silk crepe Present were: Mr. and Mn. Theo Alexander Moore of Miami wedding trip through the state.
dress of dusty cut prince"fashion
were married Sunday afternoon ate white rose accessories and Neill, Mr. and Mn. J. S. Caves, were married July I In the Coral The bride who is one of the

,,lock at the home of the brlde'i with of yellow gladioli and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Deitz, Mr. and tables Congregational Church by charter member of the UniversityClub
a corsage Mn. Roy Chandler, Mr. and Mr*. the pastor, the-Rev. Leslie Bar- and chairman of Its education -
nU N. E. Eleventh street white tuberosei.
on
S\.II Donald Sullivan and daughter, nette. Only members of the two committee, has lived here for
The ceremony took place on the Mrs. Booth wore navy silk mar-
Margaret, Mrs Martha Neil, families witnessed the the
three She
past
ceremony.The years. was
lawn under an arbor of atepha- quJKtJg, : over navy taffeta, in redingote -
Misses Melba and Mosely Sever, I
graduated from the
notis. Tropical shrubbery formed style, and navy accessories.The bride was given In mar- Principle in
Gene James Redd andLanier
Campbell
St Louis and
attended Ward-Bel-
the background. men of the wedding'partywore riage by her father. Mr. and Mrs.
The Rev J. J. Richard, pastor' gardenia boutonnleres. Whitehead. Lewis T. Klssam brotherinlawand mont College In Nashville, William

of Homestead Methodist Church, The bride Is a member of one of sister of the bride were the Woods College in Fulton, Mo.,
read the marriage service. Miss the city's pioneer families. She GIVE BIRTHDAY SURPRISE attendants.The and the University of Illinois. She
Jean Partnan was maid of honor was graduated from Homestead FOR MRS. J. J. BRADDYA Is a member of Phi Beta, national

end Lewis T. Kissers of Miami, e I High School In 1036 and two yean lurpnle birthday supper was bride was charming In a music fraternity, and Kappa Kappa -
tailored blue frock made
brother of the bridegroom was the ago. In a competitive examination, given for Mn. J. J. Braddy on her crepe Gamma social sorority.
best man. The bride was given in I won a place in the local post office. 70th birthday anniversary at the redingote style with lapels embroidered The bridegroom was graduated
marriage by her father. The bridegroom Is a son of the home of Mr. and Mn. J. Q. Hilson In white. White accessories from Miami High School and attended -
Relative of both bride and! late Mr. and Mrs. William Allan In Naranja, Monday evening. and a corsage of orchids and the University of Illinois
bridegroom witnessed the cere- Klssam of Long Island. He was I Those present were: Mr. and lilies of the valley completed her where he was a member of Kappa
loony ( graduated from Jamaica Hlghj I Mrs. J. L. Hilson, Mr. and Mrs. costume. I Sigma. He la now sales manager
The bride was lovely In a whiteface School In New York and attended Fay Hilson of Miami, Mr. and Mn. Mrs. Kissam wore a white crepe for a branch of Florida sugar dis
frock of street length fashioned -. Peddle's School for Boys and Blair Clayton Underwood, Mr. and Mrs., ensemble, white accessories and a tributors.
with draped bodice and Academy. He came here from C. T. Anderson, Miss Margaret Hilton corsage of gardenias and lilies of I I They will make their home In
sleeves and sunburst skirt A Miami about the first of this year Edward Hilson, Thomas Un- the valley.W. I Miami.
Y-ihaped corsage of gardenias and to enter partnership with Ralph derwood, Mn. Braddy and Mr and
sweetheart roses completed the i Howard Done In the Texaco One- Mn. J. Q. Hilton and children M. S. TO SEND NEGIIBORIIOOD CIRCLE
neckline, and a matching glove I Stop Station on North Krome at Buford and Gene. GIFTS VO ORPHANAGEFinal HAS MUSICAL PROGRAMA
conage of sweetheart roses and i Fourth street
tuberoses was worn with black I After the wedding supper served GIVE BIRTHDAY DINNER plans for the Methodist musical program was given
silk ,Iov... Her hat of white straw at the Booth home, the young FOR MRS. CHARLES BECKER conference held at the Homestead: by the member of the Neighborhood -
Methodist Church yesterday were Circle at the home of Mn. J.
with back i I
bonnet-shaped was encircled couple left for a three-week honey
Mr. and Mn. Becker
Johnny made at 'the regular meeting of I Lawrence Scott Wednesday after
by a black band that ended I moon trip.
gave a family dinner party Tuesday the W. M. S. Monday afternoon I noon. Piano solos were given by
In honor of the birthday of In the church. i Mn. W. E. Gaby, Mn. R.A. Holmes
DR. IRENE SIIANKLIV IS fork and bearin, the em- Mr. Becker' Mn. Charles
spoon mother Materials for a box to be sent and Miss Margaret Gaby; a violin
INSTALLED AS NOBLE GRAND blem of the order.A Becker.
for solo Miss Holmes
Miriam
a Bible school In the orphanage by accompanied -
Dr. Irene Shanklln was Installed gift was presented to Mn. Present besides the honor guest In Key West were brought to by her mother; a vio-
noble grand of Liberty Rebekah Moon for not missing a meeting and host and hostess were: Miss the meeting. Addlional.lfte may lin solo by Mn. Sam J. Davis accompanied -
Lodge for a second term Monday during the year and gifts were Rosalyn Becker, Grover Becker, be left at the parsonage, It was by Mn. Gaby; a clarinet
night In the I. O. O. T. hall. Other presented to Mn. R. W. Mulllns R. Mattson of South Miami, and announced. solo by Mill Dora Scott; and
officers installed were: vice and Mn. BeattIe for missing only Rickey and Norma Becker A Joint meeting of all circles except readings, by Mn. J. A. Rotherham
grand Mra. Anna Meisenmlth; one meeting each. Mn. Radford the Jennie Lobdell Circle Mn. Geo. Wright and Mrs. Holmes.
warden, Mra. It. O. Moon; conductress presented the Installing officers NIHNIMNNHHIIINHMNINHIINIMN.HHIHHMIIINIHIHNINThe' will be held In the church on July Mn. L. H. Clopp also was
Mn. O. C. Radford; with card table coyerl as a gift Calendar 18, It was amiounced. present
chaplain, Mrt. W. D. Mahan; rightsupporter from the lodge,.. -' .HNwIHH/IINIHHHH.HIHIH/HHHHHMNI/NINHNNHNI// Those present were:. Mn. J. A.McNelll .

of the noble grand, Mn.H. Others present from out of town July 7v Meeting of Episcopal Mn. B. M. Hindman Mn. The American Legion Auxiliaryheld
B. Beattle left supporter of: were: Mrs. Nellie Russell of Key Auxiliary with Mn. Geo. N.vWake-I Mollie Wlngate, Mn. C. Hagler. a covered dish luncheon
the noble grand Mn. Carrie Mc- West, Mr. and Mn. Chronister
field. Rice, Mn. Richards and Miss Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Cullough outside guardian Clam Mn. Either M. Zearley, Mn. Viola July Townsend Club meetIng Helen Livingston.: ((Edward Norman, Jr.
Orlnold; and past junior Arnold Mn. Anna Compton A. C. in Neva King Cooper School I
grand, Mn. Florence Pacettl.Mn. 110bl'l Witt, H. M. Russell and Mr. Andrews at 2:30: o'clock.

Barbara Hendry, all of Coconut Grove. July 12.-Meeting of University
deputy president, who had come I Club at home of Mn. Frank Haus- .rH DRUG .sTOR' In. _iIt fNH
to pay her official visit, was the YOUNG PEOPLE ENJOY man.
installing officer. Other member STEAK FRY IN HAMMOCKA July 12.-B. P. W C benefit card

ot the Installing staff, all from steak fry was held by the and game party at Hospitality
Coral Rebekah Lodge In Coconut young people of the Homestead House at 8 p. m. THE DIXIE DRUGJACK
Drove, were: deputy marshal, Methodist Church at Matheson July 17.-Meeting of HomesteadB.
Mn. Ethel Culm; recording secretary Hammock June 20. P. W. C. it 8 p. m. in Hospitality

Mrs. Minnie King; warden, Those attending were: Mr and House. POLK HOWARD JOHNSON
Mia. Rachel Witt financial secretary Mn. Cecil Dodd, Mn. J. E. Close, July 18.-Joint meeting of W. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
Mn. Edith Bran; treasurer M. S. clrclei.
I Miss Ruth Fredrick, Misses Edna Phones 30 and (101YET
bars. Alma Kupple; deputy Inside 'Nell Betty and Jamie Richards July 24. -All-day meeting of
guardians, Mrs. Martha Nickenonl|Miss Mary Bradley, Miss Marjorie Jennie Lobdell Circle with Mn.
and Mn. Leila Kantro. Mrs. E. S. Redd, Miss Mary Catherine Watkins J. L. Ballard *k
Capllnger acted as Installing plan..t -
Misses Martha and Edwina
Mrs. Lou Andrews, Mn. 'Close Miss Peggy Allen, Mines n tnRmnmttrrtllmltrrtlmi % 1 S't HARMLESS TO

Laura bett, also Brown, auirted and Mrs. Hazel Cor- Norma Marjorie and Moser Eloise, Miss Gossman Marybelle Miss ; rr Evelyn Cooke I 1 1I 0 DELICATE TISSUESWllr..1b..unwb.arw..awi.lbwdlbe

The trellises on either end were Uibbs, Charles Eunice D. L. I Studio of ] 11is
;decorated with pink roses and Bowen, Don McKay, John Whitch- Dancing 1 Oxus .h.lplb-ilea" .. ..a. possesses a..w/
tern ard and Alvin McLendon. r.T 't .N.n.M hr..lh. TN e Is benwl.r N Meal. "44"44
Dr. Shanklin was presented with Now has classes on i TOY ties s. MI a jut ssei l as 4l.ld else had./IIYw.ltw
a past noble grand's Jewel, a gift :Monday, Thursday Afternoons. 1; see a'1 mat.sw.m.s.i seal
fre mthe lodge, by Mn. Hilda Fox. -; inHospitality i
Dr. Shanklin presented the officer NEWT G. BALL SARUTIONr
and substitute each with a salad 1 House, Homestead ldi 31 49c

NOTARY PUBLIC : All types of dancing i; .

:rap, acrobatic, ballet, ballroom: I r

i Fire Insurance and
Special Ballroom Class i
Kindred Lines 17 for high school students every i_ LUNCH DAILY 11:30 to 1:30:

Thursday night at 7:30: o'clock :


9r. 13 N. Krema Are %; CLASS INSTRUCTION i!

I :see per learn er $4 per. month i; FreshiWhitman's
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Friday" July 7,1939 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE


'with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. 1 1



IN AND AllOUNI H.Miss Benson.Alma Gowan has left tor -SOCIAL- ..... EVENTS. .......- CLASSIFIED i:1::1

HOMESTEAD I her home In Plant City for a visit W. M. V. CRCLES HOLD
MEETINGS HATE: first Insertion 104 a line; _
ot several wee se THEIR JULY
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(Continued From Page Six) 1 Ceo. Cooper has almost completed All five W. M. V. circles hel

Friday and Saturday In Florida the building which will take their July; meetings Wednesday; T

City. I care of his farming machinery. 1 It afternoon. FOR EXCHANGE MISCELLANEOUS

__ faces the F. E. C. tracks Just beta Circle One met with Mrs. W. t.
Joe Scales returned Thurtdi West read MRS. J. B. TOWER will pay $) .
the Capello packing house. Myrick. Mrs. G. A. I a FOR TRADE--Clear Miami co -
Atlanta where he visited hlal mlsslonar for return of lawn-mower takenJune
from letter from 1 young ; tags for grove. Box (83, Littla
DIKe.i. Mrs. J. L. Murray and bedaughter in Japan and Mrs. Frank Irwin River, Fie (pJ1> It by negro. (pJ30)

Miss Ruth, are vlsltln, gave a talk on "Adventuring In RENT YOUR HOUSE-furnlslied
i. Mrs R. E. Scott of Florida City Mrs. Murray's sister In Washington. Personal Service." or unfurnished I have :year
Mn. J. U. Free of Home.teaden FOR RENTFOR
and W.
Benjamin
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client
Plans for a mission study clas. 'round
attend family reunion -
to
] Sunday to be held next month were made Morris, registered real estate

In Atlanta on July 4. NOTICE Or AXLIC TION FOIL at the meeting of Circle Two In RENT-Furnished two bedroom broker N. Krome aye, next to

Sam Tomaui U expected to return Chapter 1T4S7-Art. .l IMS-Pile A-ll v! the First Baptist Church. A responsive house, also furnlsht Baptist Church._(julBtf)

Thursday from a stay of sel NOTICE la HEREBY GIVEN that aW J reading, "The Godly; apartment. Reasonable ran t.
Poetry holder' of City ot Corel Uabl< HOME laundry Mrs. Jernlgra.
oral months in Boston. CerUftoatee Na. Hit, IMS.
. '., 117 MIS H9. 16411 1141. IH.. Circle Three met at the home ot right party by the year. Eva 620 S. Krome
Becker returned \\T. '. 1644. 1(411, 1146 and IS47. bailed .ho and Fee
Mrs. Charles day of July, A. D. 1BII. hM flint HK. Mrs J. L. Gilmer. Mrs. S. L. Wes Collins, Blscayne drive -

from a Miami visit Saturday.Mr. my office and hM made application for the leader gave a talk on the Baptist erel Highway WANTEDWANTED

and Mrs. Herbert Hunt II"'tan.."..deed embrace to be trued tho tollowlne.h- Slid describe C. World Alliance which will b I I for rent. -man with car for Rawilelgh
...". In the Count at Did, Slate at held In Atlanta from July 22 10 GOOD cool, roomy apt
and son, Milton, returned Sunday 1...'..., to-wltl that each I I Private bath, reasonable rate. route. Experience prav
from 1 trip to Ohio. Lot 1, Coconut Grave WarchouM Onto, 28, and requested mem-I Ask at Western Union. (mlTt ) ferred but not necesssry Sales
In UM City of Oral Cablea County i ber report on some article :
of Florida, M unbraced, In Oitlflcata way up this year. Write Raleigh' -
Slate
Mrs. J. W. Miller and sister and Did No. 1611. The aeeeiinent at ..Id alliance at the next meeting which Dept FAF-103-MK,
RENT-Furnished bungalow
Reba: Pierce left Wednesday for property under UM MM Certificate lam.. will be held at the home of Mn I FOR ,
was In the name of Unknown. 3. Mrs. Gil I with fireplace hot water, new Memphis, Tenn., or see Henry
S. A. King on August
Orlando. &.:11. Coconut Grow Warehouse Cents' electric refrigerator and stovFruit Kufeldt Homestead, Fla. (pJ30)'
In City of Coral Gablra, County < Tier won the surprise package.
The Ladle.'AicI"Society of the Da..., Sate of Florida. u embraced In Ceitirirate R. E. Edwards was hosted trees In yard Inquire
No. SIS*. The Meeeamant el Hiproperty Mrs. ,VANTED-Painting or carpentry
Community Church held its July under Uw sold Certificate Issue.. b: Circle Four. Mrs. Catherine I I Leader-Enterprise. work. Price reasonable. Corbet

monthly meeting Wednesday at the I was In the name of Unknown.Lot Bible cate-
dconducted
I, Coeonut Grow WarehouM CentalIn .. Pickar a Smith, Cor. 4th St. and lit Ave,
home of Mrs. John Rohrer. the City of Coral CeblM. County at hlim, Mrs. A. D. Smith gave a FOR SALE at residence of W B. Flowers
Dnd.>. SUM of florid. u embraced In Oitlflcate God for the Bowery -
"Thank U
talk on I ( )
Mr. and Mrs.: Oliver Warmac o No SII4. The assessment of ..Id I Homestesd.
property wader the Mid Certificate leaueWM .. Missions," Mrs. T. C. Shackle I FOR SALE-One-year-old polnsettla -
have been -
who 01cupylng
and children In the name of Unknown.Lot ford gave a reading "The Wuv plants. Mrs. H. H. Ewlni rUTORINO WANTED -w hlfl
Getman cottage on Orove WerehouM CentalIn
the left Saturday fOI UM 4.City Coconut of Coral Cabloo. County e; ling Way," and Mrs. T. 'D. Pich I 15 N. E. Eighth at. (Jyl) school and grade school subjecta.

Palm avenue Dado, Sate of Florid. M embraced In Col. old a story, "Step Motherhood U Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. B,
Fort Myers. I If lot.. No. till. The aeMMment of .Id SALE-Do want 20 acre
I FOR you
property under the Mid Certificate leaue.i greatness, an account of the earl Plummer drive and Country
""
M-i.: ... In the Kama o/ oUnknown. choice marl fronting south on '
Mr. and Crowson and l life of Lincoln. Club road.
(I Lot S, Commas Grove wank.Creole St. two miles east of
Mrs. Fred Henn returned Thursday .. In the City of Coral Gablea County 01 Present also were Mrs. S. H.'itch .. Mowry
from a trip to the North. Dada steer of Florida. u embraced In Oertlflcate Mrs. Harry Hall, Mrs. J.. Krome Ave. See Jos. L. Hick CLEAN RAGS WANTED win
IU Tho assessment of Ml.inperty .IdII J7-21) advertising
No. -
Naranja. subscription or
I son, exchange
under the sold l Certificate' caws. 4. Forte and Mrs. Gladys Cooper
Mrs. R. Mattson of Cape Sable wag In the. nama of Unknown.Lot A covered dish luncheon was for horn tor clean rsgs. Leader
ORDERS
visited her son-in-law and daughter ..j In the S,City Coconut of Coral Grow O.b.Warehouse.". County Center.f. held by Circle rive at the home LEAVE cooked YOUR foods--cakes, pies, salads. Enterpriw .

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Becker, D..... sate of Florida, a* embraced In Orlfloata of Mrs. Charles Denby and the refew House
No.. 5I7. The assessment of Mliroperty < slaw etc.-at Hospitality NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOE5
Wednesday : "The Return toteligion
under the amid Certificate |OOIM< of the book, 17 W. Mowry street TAX DIED
was In the name of Ullk.own. l ," was completed (h.aler 1T4SI-Art. of INI-Vila A HIT
Hunter Sever of Greenville, Fls, Lot 7. Cooonut Grow W..ho_ Centela ', Mrs. H. Colder Point r.ectrl Notice la hereby elves that. A. M. Klnaaoldar ,
:
Andrew Sever of Miami were the City of Oral Cablea, County aade. Those present were OR SALE-Hot of State and County Tat CarlHtaate-
and > State of FlorMa M embraced In CorIflcate Mrs. S. L. West, Mrs. Harry washing machine $30. One-hal la Illl bond the Ith day af Answer
Wednesday: visitors at the horn t No. IMS. The amaoment of Uetm Ml ichsuberger; Mrs. Dexter Home, mile east of Krome on Epmor I A. D. Itt, bas filed! name In art "" daai..
brother M. E. Sever. iroperty' under the Mid Certificate .nd hu mad appllcaUon foP a too
of their
meat In the name Unknown... Irs. J. Lee Smith and Mrs. Denby. drive. Hack's Chicken Farm to bo Ueued. ", .NOR. Bald Certificate use
Grow WerehouM Center .. .......1104 property I*
the followln
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fllnn oj r a."c?" of Coral GaWea. County ol;. Walter Beck. (pJ30) ) ..ta rare County: of D..... SUM of Florida,

Miami were dinner guests at th unto No. III*. Tho _."' .nt of aaliroperty HOICE LIMIC..TRF.ES on rougl) WIj, IAA I'. hook I. Ro-SuMa .f
of and Mrs. Edward I boom. and Mrs. Lee H. Lehman and Mr. .
home Mayor under the Mid Certificate root Inns aide* Perk. Plat Book ia raaa 11i
Staling Wednesday evening w.. in the memo 01 U.known.LM and Mrs. Julian H. Webster entertained lemon root Splendid sys'tern. ? the County ot Dade Hate ot t'ktrt4a.The .
I. Coconut Grow Warehouse Center at fish 40e each.) Chas. Pratt, aieoMmelH of Mid property under
of friends a :
In the City of Coral Gablea, County ol a group ." Mid certificate' Issued WM la tha Haa
Mr. and Mn. Harry Oeglei!r ade. Sate of Florida. .. embraced In Cer; fry at Card Sound bridge on July 4. Redland road. (Jul6-jy7) ) 01 M Unknowai
,,' moved Into the Grleibach cottage! tlf"'." No 1140. The _m... of MUroperty hal Mid certificate EMU W ndaamiclocordlni
under the Mid Certificate baud I IF YOUR CAR OR BOAT engine< to law, the property deacrlurdwreln
on Eighth street Monday. was In the same ot Unknown The Altar Society of Sacred wastes oil and gas. try; .. will ha Mid t<> the hi.hOlt bidder

Mrs. M. Stlverman spent the! InL;' .IO City. Coconut of Coral Grove Cable.Warehaw. County. Cent at,: Heart[ Catholic Church met at the OVRHAUL. Takes only 30 minutes .I the In Caurl the month kolue of Cesar August on the. list tint, whhia Mowat )

b1 week-end In Miami with relativesMr. :. ,ad.. State of Florida, M embraced of In Can Mid; home of Mrs. Frank Panno, Silver to install, saves oil and ga .i the Tlh day of Autuet. IMI.Oato4 .
.Pirate No. 8511 The aaaoaomrnt this. Ilth day of June, IttS.K
afternoon.
Wednesday
properly. under the Mid Certificate' ..... I aim drive up to 80%. Increases comprei B' LEATHF.HMAN

and Mrs.: W.: McAllister of: I WM In the soma of Unknown (_...1 Thp;. erit were Mrs. Chant sion and speed. Costs only S2.09. Clerk of Circuit heart. ,
\ Coconut Orara Warehouw bade County, Florida
Lot 11 Mn
Coral Cables are expected to be at Pope, Mrs. Carl Schmitz (pa2S,)
I In Coral Oabloa. County P. O. Box 219 Princeton. (Clnult Court Boat).
week-end gueiti at the home ot'r. D.do:"S.r.o' ao embraced In Certificate I Robert C. Latter, Mrs. Frank Orl /y N, c. STCRRKTT D. C.

Mayor and Mrs. Edward Stifling.PRINCETON \I I property No.under SI4S the The mold aeeaaiinent Certificate of Issuedwas Mid I II fief Mrs. Ferls Mlnnerly and Mri OR SALE-House on two lots In (J... ts SO July 1, HINOTIC8

"'''''- In the name of Unknown S. J. Lynch. Florida City. Corner on Eight TO aTOCKNOLDXReNot1re
: 7"- Lot IS, Coconut drove WarohoUM Center of I st. and Dixie Highway. Bargain '\ Ie l hrnl.i ilvrn .that the annual

McVicker In .the City of Coral, Gableo.embraced County In NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB TAI I Apply J. 1>1. Kllng, Box 82 Deer _toe of the .,.. kh?M"i. if the Coned.
By Mrs. A. W. D.... Sate of Florid. aa '., l h'ldII.. ot.ta
ll b.
a..M"'''...........".,,,... e.., ..."..........,....ns 1111.... No. 1141, The wald auanmrnt CartlfioaU of.. I" hereby DRrD. ilvetl Illall4lNi'tlce that Chelsea IIvetmvnt field Fla. (JO301OR ;) ,aorf. of Nur.cri.-the Company( at Htmeitead, Foe
the c\
Robin Bryant property under \ aetUnoa .f 1.>. tot > at throe u'rlockm
July
C. A. Chambers, Company holder M o. Mondar.
Unknown
In the name of .. ,,
was f .1 I ilxc a am 4
Number '
'
Certificate '
for the "
bulldlni drove City of Miami Tu j SALE Tropical plants, cltrus I.' p.in ,
and Bill Bethea are Lot.I', .; homes here at this time and several In City unbraced In Certificate I has filed Mid Certificate In my office .nd trees and tropics fruit li ,wines mar m. b f, '.' the someone,
," in Pade. State of Florida II of Mid has made application for ta> deed. to l I..iithereon Grove Redland: WM. H. KRIIM1Sanitary: ,
build homes auaaement Jungle
others plan to No. 1144. The baudwas In accordance with law. sold Coltlflcata .. season. June H. Job "i,
I property under the mid Certificate dewlh road and Plummat drive.
the near future. embracee the following
.. the of Unknown
name
Florldi .
,
County
Lot 14 Coconut Grove WarehouM Center, I property situated III Dado
Mri. Frank McStay of Miamiand Iin the City of Coral Gablea County ol to.wit, Book SEE AND BUY at Shanklln Varle

her guests L. Smith, her I I Dade State No. of UM Florida I The, M easement embraced of In Certificate Midproperty Pare Lot IK 25,. In Block the I City, l Ena-lewonl.of Miami Plat, County i ty Grove West Florida City. hatfie-

brother-in-law from California, under the Mid Certificate laiuedWM I Dade glata of FloridaThe .he (s7U!
under
of Mid property
.
assessment
and his three daughters Betty In the name of UnknownLot In tho Santa of .
I II. Coconut Grave w..._ Center,. sold Certificate boned WM --
Gertrude and Ruth, were callers In the City of Coral Oibloa. County of Unk..n.1n'_ sold law Certificate, tax deed ahaU wl b, I
Mrs. O. Peterson and Mrs. A. Dade SUM of Florid., aa embraced In Certificate redeemed according. too of July A. tI
on. !lo. 1B4. The assessment of Mid team ihereo on the 116 day
;W.'McVlcker Sunday. I under the Mid' Certificate leaved. ID*. ,
property
A. D. >H4E.
lota flth
was In the name of Unknown.Lot I Dated .-.. LEATHERN AN, EDWARD STILING
CanterIn
GeeI'ptl'IIon Coconut Grove Warehouse ,
Rock- II
Mrs. of the City of Coral Gablea. County of Clerk ot Circuit. Court.
recent caller in Prince- embraced In Certificate Dada County, Florida
ledge was a Dade, State of Florida M
assessment of Mid ((Circuit Court Seal|
1141. The
ton. I No lamedWM By N. C ITrRRETT. D. C.
under the Mid Certificate .I
property 11..10.101,14.11.11. lalll General Insurance
In the name of Unknown Real Estate -
Walter McVlcker of Miami is Unity Mid Certificate/ / ihall bo redeemed. ,
relatives In Princeton and aeeordlnc to law. the property describedtherein
visiting I
will ha old to the hlghrat bidder at Ii
Naranja. I tho Court Novel door ... the first Monday i Elliott NOTARY PUBLIC
J.
Dr. R.
In tho month of A.... 1560, which la the i
Miss Myrtle Kerfoot was a I Ith day of A....... loss.Dated .
Itn day. of July, 1911.s. .
week-end visitor of Mrs. Cora this" B Clark ICATHERMAN of Circuit ,Court, CHIROPRACTOR \ Cor. Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida City, Fla.

Lott. I Dada County, Florida. I Horne Bid*. Homestead I
Court Seal IBy i
t Circuit
Ray Benson has returned to !I. C. STFRKFTT, D. C I (I __ I

Boston after a visit of two weeks (Jul. 7. U. SI. IS tails





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Pace Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday July' 7,1939



-( LOANSContinued-from'Page One) Tar w Grape

R the citrus, fruit vegetable and West 1i cE
truck grower of Florida genuinely JuicOQt.

which appreciate their production the credit credit service ataooatk Nor 21st R R NKL1 = .

I >M lit offering them. The
13c 25cSWIl'TS
numb of growers who are availing can
o themselves of this service If

, increasing each year. JEWEL MAXWELL HOUSE IRISH COBBLER FACTO&rACKED CANE
( credit
"The production system
) 'r has made remarkable progress ill
; : over the nation There are now Lard Coffee Potatoes Sugar
, 033 associations In the United
.
States, and since they began op-
I'o orations the first of 1934 they. 4 lb. Age ._ 37c lb. can . 25t 10 lbs. . 29c 5 lbe bag . 24c
f have closed 1,071,180 loans, advances
I on which aggregated $1- Pillsbury's Best Sunburst Bartlett
120,840,034 with losses of less than A j 1
one-tenth of one per cent. In five
years 282,689 farmer and stockmen FLOUR PEARS
who arc members of these
t ,"oela tion. have bought and paid
for $''998,202 worth of stock In 5 lb. bag . 22c 20 Ibs. 69c No. 2% 15c
them and in the same period of can _... .. .. . . .
time the association have built up
J. a VACUUM PACK
GUBIUT'S.H.
legal reserve aggregating ,"." TAnu's N. B. C. SALTED

190.702."The associations have built up Candied Yarns Soda Crackers I Chili CoffeeNo.2
such a splendid reputation that

they lower are now rates able of Interest to secure and moneyat this can ... .13c The . ... .. 14c Medium can .14c lb. ... .. . 37c
I year the rate charged members

wa cent": reduced from ft to 4M per Redland Packed ..... .. BALLARD SELF RISING STOKLET'S WHOLE CREEK'

The Miami Production Credit
Association serves Broward, Dade, Grapefruit JuiceFlour Beans51bs.
1 Collier Indian River,Martin, Mon-
roe, Okeechobee, Palm Beach and
r St Lucle counties. cans ., .. _. _.. ... __ 25c 51bs.-_ ---__ 23c No. 2 can . 18ci0

{ DENIES POLITICSContinued 10 10 10 20 20 211 TINT WAITRESS SWEET

;; SAVE THIS CARD .. .
( from Page One) VALUABLE Corn
the municipal park. Of this num. Bach purchase node from us will be punched ea this card Whoa you hatiwvchawd
ber, 20 fn skilled workers who ; KM la trade you hate the privilege el receiving any one large
heretofore worked 84 hour a (or two Individual. ] Baking Pan/
) month for 17398-at an hourly fOH ONIY .n.-n..._.... STcN No. 303 can, 2 for _. . 15c
CUT FUEL BILL. CHMINKAOC, HEAT IN KITCHEN.
rate of$1.14. Beginning this week,
t. these skilled worker will put In I S SAKE OR KOAsxctLW or Tovi WATERLESS COOKING 1e Franklin' Supreme Blend Vacuum Packed '
j, 130 hours a month for their $73.08
-which cute their hourly rat to I .
56 cent III GLA340or: LINED lit CoffeeLb.Can
Unskilled WPA workmen here ; e cur
i_." L....._
will actually benefit from the new
@ e Set Contains
j ruling said, they Formerly worked, 140 Major hour Close for III e ._....., Self Basting Dutch 0..... Ben s .. . . . 22c

}l $4200, at an hourly rate of 10 "" :::.'.;o..t::':.",t..t. Baker Casserole llleh... Sylvan Farm Fresh Churned CreameryButter
cents Now they will put In ten b 9 PIECES aid MlxUg fowls
hours lets for the same $42.00. '" e .... sup .zS...., a M
r Major Close pointed out that the |

new work standard would serve Issued l- .__.......11.. .TCOOKIIITf __
to speed up construction, cut cost us Mil. e. *. see ..... MIAMI. -.,
CIA
and Inject greater efficiency: Into Ib .. .. .. . .. .. . .27c
the personnel. $0 30 20 30 m m _

: Local Scouts Entertain KELLOGG'S .

!i Troop From Pierce, Fla. Meat Specials Corn Flakes :ls .

) Members of Troop 89. Boy
f Scout of America, from Pierce,
Florida, were guest Sunday afternoon GIANT BARS SWIFTS
I and night of the Homestead FRESH DRESSED LOCAL LB.
troop. The Pierce scout were on P. & G. Soap Tomato JUIceuaHT
their way by truck to Key West Fryers-Roasters 35c
In the afternoon the scout held

a swimming party at the municipal CAnU-T.BONE. SIRLOIN ROUND LB. 3 for .. IDe Medium can 5cSNOBALL
pool and at night, accompaniedby
Homestead Scoutmaster Henry
Brooker, Jr. and assistant Scoutmaster Steaks 25c PER LB.

Sparkman Holding, attended CAULIFLOWER .. iCCUDAHY'S
service at the Homestead
,
i Methodist church.

Troop B* "bedded down" In WISCONSIN 3 LB. BLOCK CRISP LARGE a H=ADS
Legion Hall for the night and departed .

Key West early, where Monday It wa morning scheduled for Cheese 39c Lettuce :l7c f

to spend three day Th Pierce ,;
scout wen la the charge ol
Scoutmaster O. H. Kennedy: and GOLDEN: RIPS: I LB&.
Assistant Scoutmaster. Howard MILE FED WESTERN LB. '

Rent Local Group Takes Part Veal Steak 39 Bananas :Ile: j

In Miami Union MeetingThe
LXTSA rANt'f'mtMt": I LBS FOR :
BONED AND ROLLED LB
Young People' Society of
the Homestead Church of Cod presented Apples 23e
ti
several song number and Veal Roast 29
a playlet at a union meeting held
In Miami on July 4 bj groups T1IOMPSON SEEDLESS LBS \
from the Miami, West Palm Beach LB.
Kendall and Homestead churchesof 25c
that denomination. Bacon 25c Grapes :
The playlet which depicted the
lar-reachlng Influence of William
Carey, early missionary to India, GEORGIA FREESTONE: S us
'wa given by Lamar Dickinson, FRESH CALF LB.
Edward Tomerlin, Truman Mill
15c
and George and Walter Kufeldt Brains Peaches ,
Nov.The 11 next Kendall meeting will be held :l9 C


riCHE TWINS TO SPEAK SELF TD" I L1dS.
THURSDAY BUT MADE:
OVER WIOD
Joe and Jud Plche, twin sons of
Potatoes 19c
Mr. and Mr*. T. D. rich, will SALT BACON, 2lbs. ___.._.. 25c Sweet
speak In Miami over the amateur
announcer1 program at I o'clock
Thursday*v ning.July II.

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