The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00235
 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: July 14, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00235
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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YOUTH ADMITS I Public Asked to Do Bit! in CampaignTo '

'Raise Funds for Library EquipmentOne I PA SUPERVISOR PROMISES

!I phase of the drive to raise Mrs. Bow says she expects only

ARSON CHARGE, new funds 123,000 to equip Homestead the Interior public ef the library J'r I It'c1lr-n donor that because everyone she i! MORE WORKERS TO SPEED UPTRADINGPOINTCONSTRUOION

Is being conducted by Mrs.L. with a willlngneas give cart afford
DENIES ATTACK J... Bow, librarian who has Inaugurated that amount and because the
a 16cperdonorplan wants at many persona as possible I
She la receiving the donations in a to have the opportunity help' _
glass jar placed on her desk in the library '
Princeton Pair Accused of':the old library on Krome avenue. The .bulk of the money for the I
Mistreating Two I equipment is being sought from PERRINEHURLER Placing of Engineer Here
I 1 the Dade County Commission.I' As Contact Man to
*! Local Girls I 200 ARE DRAWNTO I Recently 'members of the library I I Be SoughtNO
I board voted to request an appropriation ,
FORCED ATTENTIONS of 11,000 from the com I
METHODIST mission, and Its president, H. A. MATERIAL LACK .'
I I'Cameron, wrote a letter to the:i DROP BRQOKERClouting SEEN FOR BUILDING 1
commission to that effect -
Defendant in Attempted UNITYJEETING,! The new library, a WPA Pl'OJ-j out a home run In the to Serve Growers 1
[act, Is expected to be completed Spur i
Assault Case Also
last frame of a seven-inning ,
Approximately attended within a month. The cost of the game I Refused by F. E. C.
Sets Home Afire persona J
Pitcher Deas of the league-leadlni
the Joint unification meetIng i:new furnishings has not been de I' RailroadIn 1
of Methodist churches of termined. They will Include Perrine gave his team I to 0 victory
At a result of .n alleged attempted -I|Homestead, Florida City, Redland, ,,tables, chairs, shelves, a card Index ; over Brooker at the municipal order to speed construction :
attack on two Homestead{Silver Palm, Princeton and Per system, files, desks and a filing 'ball park Friday night I of the 7OOO Florida City fume
girls Harry Graham, 21, and I rlne held at the Homestead Methodist -{ cabinet I De,.' game-winning trip was er.' market, a WPA project under 'j i
Harry Wright, 18, both of Prince I Church yesterday afternoon j i made after he had pitched six Innings construction since last December n
and last night I additional workmen will be placedon
ton, were bound over to the criminal TilE WEATHER of brilliant ball. He struck \'
court of record In default of Dr. Glen C::. James, pastor of the II |I Official wesire nptWt at lito sub..4..lead out seven men and aUowed only the job it was announced by .
White Temple Methodist Church, ; a..rI_ msdon. n..aa. monies.D.4 three to walk to first on misplaced Major E. J. Close, WPA supervisor ...4
bonds of 1,000 each hi Justice of j I Miami" delivered the principal ad- !i I .....j all... .... e-la I,tosses. Only one of his\ opponent for Dade. Collier and Broward I
the Peace Sid L. Kendrlck'r court drew .at the unification service I I I :slugged his way afely to first counties, while I on- a tour of the,
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July 7 88
electrical 1 Homestead projects "Wednesday.Major .
: They last night transcription Caves Brooker
yesterdays pleaded not hurler, also did
guilty to statutory charges.At of the unification service'1 1I ,July 8 .__.m 110 I 'fa :28.98 I'some commendable work. He Close said also that lie I
the same bearing Graham.i I I lof the uniting conference held in July II __. I lIS 89 I U8 truck out four men and allowed would recommend to the stale I
pleaded guilty to a charge of arson Kansas City last May was presented 1 July 10 _- 189 I :: : !I four to walk. marketing bureau, sponsor of the
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I July project, placing on the project an-,
growing out of an alleged attemptto by Dr. James Only one error was chalked up;
Jllly 12 111 88 130.osl .871
I engineer to relieve Preston B.
burn the home of his parents, Also Qn the night program were against Brooker, while Perrine
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i Bird, a member of the local m.ar-
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Graham and piano solos by Mrs. J. H. Webster made three mistakes.
was held to the higher court under r and Mrs. Lloyd Deitz. Home and South Miami furnished ket committee, who has been .ict-
another 11,000 bond. I In the afternoon Dr. R. Z. Tyler,I REDLAND CITRUS I the second half of the night's Ing as contact man between the
The complainants against Graham superintendent of the Miami District entertainment The local teamtook project and the marketing bureau.
and Wright are It and 18 of the Methodist Church the little end of a t-to-19 Major Close conferred with W. ;
;years old respectively. They are spoke on "The Future of United GROWERS DROP score. The up-Dade team gained 1. Clark, supervisor of the market II
said to have entered an automobile Methodism In Florida." A young 14 base hits from Nelson, pitcherfor work, and learned that there was
with the youths early In the people's service was 'held duringthe Home. The locals got 10 enough material on hand to give
night for a short ride about Home- afternoon. The speakers were mum POSTThe (Continued on Page Nine) additional men steady work, At
stead. Graham driving the car, Miss Effie Booth and Miss Naomi present there are 25 carpenters and
took the girls and Wright to his Kufeldt post of manager of the Red i laborers employed at the project
home, It was said, and later drove From I to I o'clock a covered land Citrus Growers Association 300-GaIlon Liquor Still and they are at work laying the
them to an Isolated point on the dish dinner was enjoyed to. the will be discontinued and Its duties Is Found Near PrincetonA floor of the building and shaping
shore of Biscayne Bay. After a Sunday school rooms. assumed by the president it was up1 eight by eight timbers which
will be used for the walls and roof,
short time here Graham drove the The meeting was to observance decided at a meeting of the organization 300-gallon still, 59 barrels of
car.to appointnearer Princeton '4he--recent unification of the Saturday. mash and 000 pound of sugar A carload Of this heavy umber is
and-parked. I',South-and North branches of the K,A. Carter, former manager of were found by federal and state expected next week it was aaid. .
Recounting their story to Justice Methodist church Until then the association, was chosen president officers in an abandoned packing Major Close Instructed Mr.
of the Peace Kendrick and P. M.Martens Homestead, Silver Palm and at an election of officers held shed four miles southeast of Clark to estimate the number of.
chief probation officer of Princeton churches were South in connection with the meeting.He Princeton Monday The still and new workmen he could conveniently
the Dade County Juvenile court Methodist, while Florida City and succeeds J R. Hickson who mash were destroyed and the ahed use and the men would be
the girls said they were struck and Redland North Methodist. added to his crew. If the required
were wit elected vice-president J. G. burned. The officers said the still k'
lapped when they resisted the Broeker was named kecretary. ". had an estimated capacity of 850 (Continued on Page Nine)
;youths' advances. I J. 1. Ballard, L. H. Klopp and ,gallons a week. The raiders were
The girls; according to the officials I SIREN SIGNALSOF William Fox were chosen direct led by H. H. Hair, Jr., state liquor CHAMBER READYTO
,said they prevailed upon the tors. Inspector.
;youths to bring them home, but at .
a point on the Federal highway FIRE ALARMS BUY SITE FOR
near Homestead the automobileran Lummus Foresees Tax on Intangibles
out of gasoline. A passing
motorist brought the girls Into ARE REPRINTEDThe As One of Largest Revenue SourcesThe OFFICEJJXHIBIT-
Homestead. I
Mr. Martens was called Into the system of siren signals used ,
case soon after the ;youths _rearrested I at fire headquarters to Indicatethe I Intangible tax la one of the Increase of 100 in federal Income The board of directors of the .\
on warrants sworn to by location of frella reprinted by fairest and most popular levies and listings, he said. Redland District Chamber of Com
fathers of the girls. He said he request. will become one of the state's Declaring that $14,000,000 Is ex- merce Is ready to make the first l''
questioned the girls repeatedlyconcerning In the city proper there are down payment of $430 for land on ,
greatest sources of Income, J. pended annually to operate the
their mistreatment but four fire alarm zones formed by which to build headquarters to !.
they, never swerved from the the Intersection of Krome avenue Newton Lummus, Dade County government of Dade County, Mr. house chamber offices and exhibits ,
original version. and Eighth street: one south of the tax assessor, ...Ida a talk at a Lummus said this amount can and of the fall fruit festival and will
Mr, Marten also said he investigated city one north of the city and one meeting of the Redland District should be reduced. Reduction In'begin work on plan as. soon as
the girls' personal habits encompassing the negro section. Lions Club Tuesday night the cost of running the county the payment Is made j
and general demeanor and found The siren signals, for the tones, "Our taxes on real estate are would help reduce taxes, he said. This was announced to members :
them uniformly good. He said In clockwise order, are: high and the amount of money derived Mr. Lummus urged that south of the organization" at a meeting
there were no "wayward" tendencies 1 long, 1 short blast-north of from them la unusually largeas Florida support a south Florida Wednesday night f
In the girls. Eighth: street and east of Krome compared to that of other states candidate for governor. The building site Is the larger j
Graham was arrested on the arson avenue. I but the Intangible tax brings in The legislature ho a small portion ef tame blocks near the
charge, It was said, after he 1 long, i short blasts--*o.th of 'twice ae muck) money as real estate eeunt bloc and the only way we west boundary of .the municipal
met fire to furniture and rugs In Eighth street and east of Krome taxea. Mr Lummus said. eves will get a break is to elect ball park and south of the swimming .
him parents' home. He was said to avenue. "There are seam Individuals who a g.**an- said have veto power" pool. The city has aa optionon
have hurled furniture Into a pile, I 1 long, I short b1asta-_ ef pay mtaalklea tuna en SMO,000 Mr. Unrvtus said. "The email the land and had voted) to develop
saturated it with gasoline and I Eighth street and west of Krone or more." earn/ candidate may tell ua that It into a trader park. At a 4
touched the pile off with a match.. avenue. Florida, along with 87 other tear arc ou beet friends, but III recent meeting the council made 1.
Members of the family extinguished 1 short 4 short blasts- x>rth of states, ha a stiff federal Incometax toss they are biding their tine an agreement with the chamber 11'
the fire after slight damage Eighth street and west of Krome but that done not deter rich ontfl they can oater to the interest under which the chamber! will pay
was done. The youth's avenue. Northerners from filing In Dade of others. the down payment on a tract and
mother narrowly escaped Injury S long blasts--north of city. County for assessment, Mr. Lum- Miss Mabel Ruth Pope entertained pay for all work for beautification
when her drew became Ignited 4 long blaets-aouth of city. mus said. During the last four or at the meeting with piano and development. The deed to the ,
from the fire. I ,Iou g blasted-negro,aecuon. five yean there has been an annual solos. (Connoted on Page Nine) e

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Page Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE _'_ Friday, July 14, _1939.- J JI

I elude furniture upholstering re- 'County. Agent to Attend Clarence. Froscher Now
,finishing and- repairing tnnttress r -" State 4-II Hub Camp Annapolis Midshipman
renovating and mirror resilverinj; '
and the telllm otirticje tor Frotchep' paifefd Ms'physical
Pal CUrence.
I fan orfi sWAilon Imilaf kThe L Cb uri'&i U.ill ahcf ,tnf:his asslstlnC'Lawrence 'Stetfar ;'di. examination fee entranceto
Post will also be In the mar- olds the United States Naval Academy -
Edwards of Miami, will
ket for old books old silver, old at Annapolis and took the
and old be in charge of 23 4-H Club memo
glass old brass copper oath of midshipman yesterday,
bers of Dade County at the annual
tampa, antique furniture old firearms according to word received by hit
and old letters and docu- camping period at Camp McQuar- parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Fros
ments. Appraisals on rare books rle near Ocala next week. *
I I Mr. Steffani and Mr. Edwards cher.Mr.
aud autographs will be made I Froscher completed his Junior -
will leave with the boys Mondayand
the of Miami
year at University
Last Rites Scheduled j will be gone a week. Four-H last springFor .
'Club members from all other Counties
Today for Henry Carter I, o! the state also will be present 1
The boys' time will be divid- results use Leader
for Carter
Funeral services Henry -
ed between iccauuon and instruction -
83, a fruit grower of Redland i I Enterprise'Classified Ads
Riding Comfort, Economy Are Features for 25 years, Who died Wednesdayin I periods
I a Miami hospital, will be held
That Add Popularity Crosley Auto,at 2:30: o'clock this afternoon at
the Turner Funeral Home. Burial

Himself six feet, four Inches tall, mounted in rubber and his direct will be in Palm Cemetery at Ita-
The Rev J. J. Richard.
Powell Crosley, Jr. designed the 'drive to the rear axle without use I nnJa. .
pastor of the Homestead Methodist i I I
new Cro ly car to accommodateboth i of universal joint
Church will officiate,
large and small people, points The concern also handles Crowley i
Mr. Carter lived on and maintained ,
out Sam Specter of Specter Plumbing i radios and refrigerators. It
and Appliances' local Crosley I has a modern display of plumbing a grove on Redland road v .
dealer. and gas and electrical fixtures near Avocado of Omra drive.Wis, He but wasnative came'a Spend on the trip-,
The miniature autmoblle has Tropical Sun solar water heaters when.
I spend the saving yen get there
here*from North Dakota where h,1
airplane Its also are handled.
principles throughout
I farmed for many years His wife!j Yen eu have the time of rear fife M your
construction which makes it Mr Specter said his concern is
In vacation. with money Toe save gulag kf
Mrs Anna Carter 1 Ia a teacher {
strong, well built, yet light and I prepared to give estimate on all Redland school Florida Meter tin. It's cooler fcy kua.
roomy. It is powered by a light types of plumbing Job and has ,
'I Mr Carter was a member of SAMPLE ROUND TRIP TARES
aviation-type, two-cylinder, air- connections for putting" through
cooled motor capable of a top speedof FHA modernization loans. Royal Palm Lodge No. 100 F & MIAMI I .tl Key WEST 4."
I A. M., and Ad Astra Chapter, NEW YORK SITS JACKSONVILLE ....
50 mile per hour and it can i
Order of Eastern Star. TAMPA .... rHILADELFHlA. Mil
make to 50 miles on one gallonof ,
up :Opening: Set Tomorrow Surviving him are his widow, a / NEW ORLEANS, II." CBICACOMill
gasoline Mr. Specter said.
The new Crosley car is presented I For Ark: Trading Post I daughter, Mrs. J. F McKimmey HOTEL REDLAND STATION
In two models: the two- of Homestead; a son, J. O. Carterof Ftailer Ar. and Mowry St. Phone 50
passenger convertible coupe and The Ark Trading Post, a center Booneville, N Y., and a brother,
the four-passenger convertible. for the buying selling u\}\$,tradingof Frank Carter of Rome N. Y.
has the conventional three second hand furniture, 'will open -
forward and reverse gear. al tomorrow at ".38 W. Mowry I -12 J. W"q
compact, quiet running motor l street | ql
: _Service at the Post also will In-( ,
Pioneer of Florida City ,\

Dies in Miami Hospital I .{

services for 3's a J
Funeral Joseph B.s.alet '
74, pioneer resident of/ "
Florida City, who died MODdayina "
Miami hospital, were held at 11 I h ( r 1

o'clock yesterday morning at Turner ..
Funeral Home. Burial was In :: .
Woodlawn-Park. Cemetery, Miami ...- 11
The Rev George H. Ricks, pastor ., .
of the Homestead Presbyterian t

Church officiated at the rite*. .;(
Mr. Scales was a native of
Georgia. He la survived by two 1 t:
sisters, Mrs. Cora Burel of Buford''I''I'Oa.
.. and Mrs Creole Bagley of
$UW8Ne Ga. and three I
J. T. Scales of Onto,bro1hera.1 >,nw
W. Scales of Cummings, Oa, an ',:j',
C. E. W. Scales of Boston. Ca.
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Program to Mark Close

Of Redland Bible School I .. II

The climax of the vacation Bible -! '
school which has been held In I I ..
the Redland Community !
Church I
for the past two weeks I
service In the church at 10:30: a. ml I
Sunday in which both Sunday! .
school and church will Join. )
The usual Sunday school service I
at '.45 will be omitted.Concrete .

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i Is Wrapped in Security i. .

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= Come in and let us tell you how you can have a home "wrapped :.

up in security" with an FHA Insured Loan. g
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Like thePyramids 1 We will be glad to explain how you can build a home to fit your a.

family>n a financing plan to fit your budget.

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LIFETIME construction call And well help put your loan through-whether you want to .' .
for Concrete Btocht They '
-five'you the satisfaction of i build new home or remodel your present one. ... .
lasting qualities combined

,with beauty. Tbere are many fl.
user far Concrete" Blocks in .
building plan Ask for i 5r
.detail I W.. D. HORNE ,CO., Inc- .

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r' Fair: shows the World of Tomorrow that has apron up against the backtion Zone can be wen stretching out along the upper left of the Fair grounds.
ground of New York City of Today. The picture shows the Fain close proximity to Broadway and the sky
;. The Trylon and Perlspbere, theme of the New York Fair;are seta' domf* scrapers of upper Manhallan.Actually the Fair leanly W minutes from Broad. I
. Hating U1eJ2.161i-aae.traot.At the lowerrijht Irttw international area with. way by Long Island Railroad and aboutiS minutes bysufoway.By motor the
4, !t&.DagnJJ.cent.foreign pavilions grouped arpoad the-Court of Peace below trip requires about JO minwtcjsjtflUx I parking fields famishing ample jpaeft
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has been wating for REFRIGERATORSCoppers \

.t?-.I- Sedaw You are Invited to visit a
most modern display of


. PARSONS KITCHEN riTTSBl'RGHWATEK e HEATERS PCREAIKE UNITS $36640 $39140 Gas and ElectricAppliances


e Th new Cruelty Car to Presented IB two inches tall. and the new Crotlcy to designed
SHOWERS models: the &wo-P_.... convertible to accommodate large and small people '
coupe and the fouf-pmfmfr wmvertlbla. Airplane principle have U HEATERS
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES It to powered kT a light aviation-typo. two. throughout In lie the
AND ACCESSORIES: cylinder air cooled motor capable of a top new Crueler sirens,well bnllt yet light and .
eRf.D p4 of U per II can make roomy It baa tbe conrcntlonal tbreeapeeda -
BURRS AND JACKET *p t* fifty miles on one spas of saa De- forward and reverse sear Tbecompact. F II A
PUMPS signed by Powell Crmley.Jr,Uw ear to exrrptiooally > quiet running motor to mounted
roomy, both for passengers and In robber and has direct drive to the rear
PIPE.FITTINGS VALVES AND dJ1.. Mr.Croaley himself. t.al*feet fear axle without, ne of universal JoI.... LOANS

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Pajra- Four THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, July 14, 19.19.


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NICK ARtHASUOSJII.. ._ __ ._ IWM4r 'SEE/NO EYE vr Bird
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r FLO Q/QA 4"f Told Us

-wd as e..41 O&M M" x 'S AGO STMJL. .
It. '.'1, it w *.. Wtto .! .
11.-..., I'M** eMlv *.. art W /Y4S / .1.-
M.e.e .. .1,.. e'r I. THAT the yowling of two cats
/ 'p A'ifT.lF .4t1t YE. .+d
8VIUM'RIft'IOIf RAT"O.M" that started Just as the Franklin
Ie... c-r .__ _._...__. ._- ..... r, O73ti0'f f50f4STE turned
OIl C..nr_ ..-. aLNFlorida's r grocery butcher on a meat
A Uw D I Ir grinding machine, caused the lady
wale iR4it4fz r 7D CL4Tfij from Redland to look askance at
{ .r GWIlLrMEl1)14KCQA P7x. the package. of sausage the had

With M9 churches, one fbr 1 h4us MX/7u$ tee Just bought

each241 inhabitant, or OM for tnrl rr d9vdafcr'Enxw e v a

each 8.T square mil**, Florida today aWLQ'F. f sa a/vEff THAT the Immediate past president -
cu provide a place of worship $4 V COISSWAMO$ AfOrr of a Redland District service

for out only *U of Its citizens, club Is really not in the liquor

but also for person of virtually business even though a moonshine.

ell religious belief IN" 4rjp atlll was found In hit grove

This li disclosed: In a report to ,1 .fV 59W7lJNdJiN7"' r ( e e e

State Administrator Roy Schro- THAT In future when .a ladysays .
der by the WPA' historical records ; tt .tuaelv. drtnt7 wd Not" flaming ;youth In these

survey. ,part will think twice before bring
The list of churches, which don to scorch any wing.

nut proton to be entirely complete, e e .
It contained In a mimeograph
publication of 290: pages, which the f THAT the gentleman who makes ..
WPA U now attributing to 11- I the 17-mlnute self-promoting address -

brariof and denominational headquarters |I at each c. of c meeting has
throughout Florida and the tenacity of a bulldog and the
I hide of an elephant
the United SUtei ...

The denominations having the .t 0111I1111 111111111I1111I11I! IIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIiII
largest number of churches are:

Baptist 2,384; Methodist 1,384; ". tie. I. .

Presbyterian 229: : Proeitant Epls Years Ago
copal 182: Roman Catholic 179 W'1 120

Other with numerous churches . I include I : Congregational, 78; S1"RANG.!' OW7Y'STrraN "
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Church of Christ Scientist 77; and ,41AIN&4INSTl/IJINTAUlY/1"IIS IN NArzlfe PA.e
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Disciples of Christ, 86 ..... I II The foll.wlnf Items .n lakes .-
THAruOttlO OO CAffffr 7t Otfff U/HO COULD : EVJtE.tA, 5t1Ae ., *'! t.U- fnm (if" W lliEnUrvriM Ho...'...
Duval leads ail counties wIth ', ,. ; .. ... ..
''rIlIS1'lTTtJNAN ;. ""' ll 4 Miu 116 1911.
Sis. Hf IS faroa-/M-ej//fr of : .
the Unite riorltft B. ..' ...
Mil churches while Glades In
reported I tAiM/ice. of wt ware ,xaeu/fteAoeasM/f\ ....... Ort. IT 1SI1, with the H._
to have only seven. ...... .........
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: PAr rets/ffMr or*#/ / &AND MSMts&\ 1Of ..-. .,.,, July 10, 1919"Thomas
New Deal Cuts
Program WARD Gls'60r1PNORt IKI1IPINOENr1) E. Evan has sold Hotel

Grade Crossing DeathsThe I Pl1J'rrtA fArr or rw* CAMrvf Evan to Dr. H. Schlegel for

$8,000 The Hotel Evans mark
work of grade
elimination was started crossing by the And day fam and dey fam all over 1 for their children When any family quantities of turtle are carried to the site of the first building erect-

Roosevelt administration In 19J de dam'. I encounters the evils of irregular Havana" Th story further states ed In Homestead. W. D. Home, in

with a fund of $200.000,000 for relief work, unemployment or prolonged that on the 24th Mr. Hemmlngg the early pioneer days, kept a store
'Top' ted de mama fitly, 'Or o< and post office In the original
work project and since ha Illness It is the duty of the arrived from Mobile with a number
been supplemented with (120000, in det oar; community to apply the kind oi of people and prepared to building which was subsequentlysold
But the fee Itty tittles din wannabe to Mr. Evan liven :yean ago.
000 of federal aid funds Of the relief which will preserve family erect a frame house 60 feet long
bossed"!*rn mme Mr. Evans ran it for a year and
first allotment, $184000000 hoi ties and give adequate parental Instruction "On the 25th (1822) possession
been spent and the balance has ) fee Itty fitly ent off on a spwe. to the children If society wa formally taken In the name then leased It to Mr*. Coleman,

been alloted for the And dey fam Ind*detfam.Ight out neglect to assist families which of the United States of North',who occupied it until November.
projects near
completion, with $80,000,000 or tod* fee.'Wheel' meet temporary reverse, It should America. Th Island was called I 10, five ;year ago when It wa*

the regular funds under contractIn .. 'elled de Itty tittles, 'Eana 'not be astonished to see children Thompson Island and the harbor, I I destroyed by fire Mr Evans thenrebuilt
the doctrine of Port in honor of the hotel and has run it
issued fun embracing communism Roger the secretary
a report just by the wot of
ever sine Mr. and Mr, Evan
International Commerce Cam. Ee'11 tim In de fee ill de day is un.' of the navy the president
.. of the navy board, the flag of the are pioneers of South Dad, coming
mission It If disclosed that while ley fam and dey fam and It wala ---- -''' "
here .
nearly 13 ago
U S. wa hoisted and 13 yean
1.917 persons were killed at tradeframing wark, gunsfired.
in 1938, the number was Till aw of a tudden dey taw a CURRENT ." -"Jesse Gossman and bride arrived -

388 fewer than the crossings fatalities TARKI Then followed this description In Silver Palm last week.

In 1937, a decrease of 2217 COMMENTBy of the Island: "Thompson Island He has been honorably discharged

per cent Injuries last year were 'Hep!' tied de Itty fittte, -Deel AGNEW WE18II. Miami I b about seven miles long and two From the service.

4,018, about half of those reported ook at all de faleT broad; it I* located 75 miles north -"Mrs. Emma Henry died on Monday -
Injured at grade crossings before And twit ache took de* tuanwt ondelr of Havana 85 from Mataoza and evening, July 7, at the tiome
the elimination work started.At toltal You may call Gov. Fred "Old I IV. I about 30 from the mainland of of her daughter ,"

present under eoustruction And bet to de poo In de muddy dey -toe" (he vetoed 137 legislative Florida. Its harbor 1* very fine -"Th* Pastime Club was organized *

are 9.000 underpass or overpass fam. bill), "tight wed" Pinch Penny"r ,and ha* been, the resort of vesselsin at the home of Nellie Wollara
e*. The money was appropriatedon And dey fam and dey tern b** verde any of those pet name at jour: rough weather on which accountit Tuesday evening. Those present

the condition that the federal dam. command but he's making the i. considered a very valuable were Misses Either Livingston.

government should pay the extra Boop boop dlt-tem dot-tun what- bays walk the ebalk-Un and already 'acquisition to- the United State. Emma Fitch, Dorothy Tower, Nel-

cost of construction, but not. for tem Chul Finance Camas Intone* Mayo The port lit said to be the equal of ie Wollam, tlvia Barnes, Lyevl
of has called in tale MM subaltern-I on Use< Gulf of M.xicofor Gree .'Itessn. David Barn Ronald -
rights way or damage The any *,
Boop boop dlt tern dot-tern what- .
... a lot .t to handle out
states or I local communities are required tam Chut safetyand depth of water. > Allen, Stuart Shield, John
to meet these cost*. money, you know-and told them : "Th Island has extensive salt and Ernest Xby: and William Mus-
Boop boop dlt-tem dot-tern what.
la gentle term that it wa* either I 1'
elwhtte The officers
The railroad are exempted tem Chul pond supposedly capable of producing following
from any share of the expense but Boop boop dlt-tem dot-ten whaU let* pay or n*. Job and they voted i from three to four hundred rare elected: president, Nellie
tor ttie uniform cut '
a number of road have regarded tern Chul! pereentege thousand bushel annually" It Vollam; vice-president, Ronald
Gov. Con said that thebud..t
the project as sufficiently meritorious ,And day fam and dey fam bat over without taxes could was further added that many of Allen; secretary Livla Barnes;
to warrant their assuming d. dam." new the adjacent key were heavily treasurer, Ernest 0,. On the en-
voluntarily a portion of the expense I I" done--end they are doing it timbered. artainment committee'Ire: Emma, -

of construction I There you are folks,.the "Three : liking It-mayb* 0 'Itch, John Eby; David Barnes.
Little Flahe** It Just prove The refreshment committee coa-
Dot-Tern What-Tem Chu I I something or other about the generation -; Not all of war's deatrnctivnes ; Ten milliondollar* for a Dade ,mists ot Dorothy Tower, :Esther

: In which we Hu* though I II i* confined to physical and monetary ,County auditorium! Whew, that :Ivingston: and Stuart Shield"Cordon *." .

When the king and queen appeared I we are not quit sure what. Maybe loss: it ha. Itt effect o* ,future a.lot of money even though Uncle '- Stark, brother of Mr*.

at the- garden party at the I it* just a passing phase Maybe' generation For military ,Sam doe "kick in" the bulk of It. :B. A. TibblU, has been visiting at:
British Embassy )Ji* other day the we're all going nut together I the Tibbits home for the past week.
band struck up "God Save the Maybe it second childhood But: service only perfect specimen of Remind me of the old story of the He has received an,honorable dls-

King:' This was Immediately followed 1 whatever'I It Is, it sure l Is a finny manhood are accepted Napoleon!man who drew an elephant in a,;charge from the array, and has

by a typically American IOn,.-Sunford Herald.Children went farther than this nnd hid lottery and did not know what the been stationed in Texas II an instructor -

tune, "Alexander Ragtime Band." R. made up regiment of the tallest '! Sam Hill to do with the "critter" I in aviation during; the duration

However appropriate this may I I They are trying to decide a site, of the war."
men in France and after the "
have been, we are sorry they did in Court the old Royal Palm hotel ground '- W. J, Avery and family moved
not play the 'Three Uttle fishes," slaughter ot thousands of these i i:meeting with favor this past week to Little River."
great on account
We believe the king would have By Judge Malcolm Hatflel4 giant at Waterloo the stature of i i of central location but it i* '--Nellie WcUam won the footrace
appreciated this display of Americanism. for girl over 14 at Miami on
the French people suffered a decline quite an expensive property to
particularly!( the words in succeeding generations.e |'I bUnd take off the tax list the Fourth which carried as a
had been sung to him It 1* today prize scholarship at the Pan-Am-
e a
one of the most popular songs: in ,rlcan College, valued at $80,"
the United State It impossible The Hampdon Patriot, published: The tendency I II downward la interest .-"A. card received from J. D.Redd .

to turn on the radio without running at Springfield, Mass. In its issue of' on bond and other : say he has left Aiken, S.
right Into "Itty Bitty Poo" Children ar* always affected by May 23, 1822. announce under the I ties (Better put a question MeUd.l I Carolina for a trip to N. Carolina.

One cant eat an Ice cream soda viewpoints by 'their parent*. aide head, "Valuable Acquisition," \after that last word nadnt :He expect; to return horn in a

without hearing the famous ballad Youngsters who are forced to that the schooner "Shark" LieutComd :The U. S. Rubber Co. i* 'Duple ot weeks, but Mr*. Redd
which fOIl something like i I worry over economic conditions do 'r Perry dispatched to ascertain >Itself of its t per cent rlddln'l''will not com until later"
not have the tense of security the qualities of an Island "in its <' also "
i are being converted into Word wa received Sunday that
this: ;
whIch children from normal home the Gulf of Florida and hitherto I$'a. An eastern bank has an I;r: D. Colby, Jr. had arrived in the

"Down In de muddy In a Itty; bitty pos ass. called Key West"reported that the lounced that It will no longer pay!'United State from Franc, where

One of the primary essentials vessel arrived about March 20 and f one per cent on savings account,,I be has been with the A. J:. F for

i FomPflt1 fitly and a mamaI necessary to the welfare of every exploring parties were sent abo..1 j ind a Miami building and loan about a year H. I* la excellent

I too. child i* that the parent earn a and their report was: "It was!I''concern announce it has cut its II 1 health and white he enjoyed life
I Tim1 ted de mama fitly Tim If 00 decent income so that they can bund to abound with wild animals, interest payment from four to I In Franc la glad to get back. H*

, tan.' .I provide wholesome surroundings serpents, fish and fowl Large I l.lute per cent. (Continued From m Five)

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Des ant lav now err OUr W hat'Coast'vis-
20.; EARS AGO OUR FELLOW IfyMuerrJ' lUna his parents lie will return.to UFEOFGOKRIE I
aria section ,"
.................................................. -:* Wllf Myers very bee soon purchased the SUGGESTE&FOR l

: (Continued raft Page Four) Moore bungalow om Eighth street .
and'Avill mon In u Doan as he ha r 1
win engage In business In Dade
made II taw alterations," Florida IHEJJEOFFIIM 1
-"The mother of J: M. Kling-,
-"A C. Deputy met with a serious f
with her daughter; topped off at 11 f
accident on. Tuesday when a tire Jacksonville July -Two
Florida City this week to visit her
on which be was working blew leading producer In the American \
eon and his family and then went
I out, driving I' piece of metal motion picture Industry already
on to Key West" (Florid CI"HaIU'T ).
through hit cheek..and' causing an have evidenced Interest la Dinting J
Klinget, Ft Pierce was ugly wound." (Florida City). I the lift of Dr. Je.hu. Carrie of
nil J M.
visiting brottuB. Kllng.
"Hfcnry Brooker .ia home again Apalachicola, Inventor of the artificial J
ever the week-end. Florida
after aa extended; trip north In I let machine It wa*announced j
Clt"Mn.. Irtf which business and pleasure werecombined. bj Harold Gait, president of '.
Was Rhodes
died at I
." (Florid City). I the Florida State Chamber ol -
I. m. June 28 at bee home in
r Dr. Johir Dennis and: daughter i Commerce. |
Missouri, from an abscess of the .
brain She- was very suddenly wilt leave on Monday tat Franklin, The story of Dr. Corel and hU t I
taken 111: and became unconscious, IT.: D.. where they will aptntf two discover of the process fOil man.
remaining aa until she died or three months" ufacturing artificial tee recently p
She leaves a husband and twoehitdreni was suggested by Mr.Colee; aa Ideal |
boy and giri. They: FMWMr Veey a.w.: ..... material ton a. fulMengttv feature j
were resident here; two yean A aalaaman was rattling along I photoplay aimtla too several that
." Florida road have bean, moat uofeiafut In re* j
a.o ( City) country In eastern Tennessee, f
-"The Florida City folk who when he came to-a,fond. A.darky cent month. {
pent the J'ourtll.h..? beach war. landing by the little dream Historical photoplays,base BPen ,
were: Mr. and Mra. A. D. Clin- 'where some duck were swimming. the lives of noted persona have
'ton and son,Charles,Mr and Mn. That salesman, Nick "Can. I get achieve phenomenal success, I
Will Myera, Mn. C. P. Sheffield, ,through the creek with tttiar car all among them stories of Louis Pae- |
Frank Sheffield! Mr. and. Mrs, I y rlghU" tour, Alexander Graham Bell; and I
Lawrence Taylor: and two children, .may "Yts,, sub, drive right through." I Emile Zola," Mr. Cole remarkedi '. ")1
llr. and Mrs Carl Lattarner, HArriet 1J The salesman, thus encouraged, "I therefore feels similar motionpicture +
Lattnrnec Mlgnonne AMrlch drove Into baaed on the life of D*;
the stream only to>find
:Mr. and Mr. A. C. Graw, LaMoate. thai the water wa so deep that It John Gorrle of Apalachicola: otter 14
Craw, Vernle Rohrer, Mr.and Mra. Teases Safety seMa. flooded his engine. Us- and: his real opportunity the American
t. M. Leach and Mr. and Mra. L. companion had'to. get out Into*the cinema Dr Oorrle'i was a I
H. Schweltzec." (Florida City I moat interesting: life in a most Interesting ,
-"Lawrence Becker arrived home "What a juyf He stop me. lo aJt what lime B 'It, Pea"because my'brslss dream;With the cold water up to period of American his !
thcls armpit and .
don't, hold he puafe the. ear to
wives llckatl"to ,"
me t
on Wednesday. He baa been In the the bank. The salesman turned and tory
service for about a year" (Florida I said "What do
: mean by tellingme
: you
City). cure it. Then ha went to bed right now, however." I" i
that I could clrlve-tbreulh that water was 10 deep. It only comet
to get over the effects of too much'] -"Tom who has I
-"Regular meeting of city council I Taylor; creek" half-wey up on my duckil"! --Mon-
was held oa Tuesday evening. The remedy, H,'* coming around all I I the service received his dischargel 'Well' bow T nevuh! Knew dati)treal Star. I
recently elected councilman (A. C. \
Craw, J. M. Leach and. E. J. I rI r
:Rhodes) were sworn In. ," (Florida
John Booth and Sam McKin-

atry apiece have on the purchased H. L. Cook ten lubdlvi-acre I THE
lion and will lit out grove ." I
-"C. A. Qoaiman Is adding ten
acres to his already extensive a
grove owning" J
-"H. H. Ewing and family left on
Sunday for a trip to Georgia."
"Mra. Fred Robertson and three
daughter will leave soon to spend I
the summer with relatives In Second Hand Furniture ,
Pittsburgh." (Florida City.

July-"S.It.L.1919 McClanahan fold the fruit Bought and Sold

on his avocado grove foe 2200.
Thla ia a young grove only three I
year old, and contain 500 tree
on liven and a half acrea."
-"C. B. Colby, Jr, arrived homeon

night the from midnight Atlanta train where lost Monday he received FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING, REFINISHING AND REPAIRING

his discharge from the

"Howard army .".McClanahan wa mar- Mattress Renovating Mirror Resilvering
fled June 4 to Mill Mabel Booth ,
at Tampa, Fla. On June 13 the s
fcdipital ship U S. Comfort made
the trip toSan Francisco where.he what don't for what do
Was discharged from the service. you you 1

at tJln.Stenographer Tampa.McClanahan They ia the will was freight be formerly at office home a T F""a d e III i want, or we will sell any article that !

$Jn Dallas After July 3'0'"
do small commissionWe
"Word1 ha been received from! you not want on a 1
Ernest Carter son of Rev. W, X
Carter, that he wilt be home from
the army on Friday, July :24 ,"
-"S. &' Fitch had a bad ease of also old books old silver old old
Ivy poisoning. few daya' ago. and buy glass,
took liberal dose
a sugar of lead-

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FACTORY BUYING t New Wage Plan for Dade WPA Workers "*f

\ OFPONTIACCARSPROVESPOPULAR Ilk I Set to Range from_ $40 to $79 per Month\ 'f

Jacksonville, July .-Her hours' of work each month will be:
Enhance the the facto about the security wage professional and technical $48;
"WORLD Or which will be paid to the em-! skilled, $44; intermediate, $33; unskilled 1
pfcyees of the Florida Works Project $28.
Pontiac, Mich. July 13.- Scarcely AdmlsIstraUon for 130 hours From 1,000 to 25,000: professional
a day passes that several buy of work each month under pro- and technical, $37; skilled, $5S; ..' ,.
ers of new Pontiac cars do not arrive COURT visions of the new relief law. intermediate $40; unskilled, $30, y :
at the factory administration w Dana 4 The rates, according to State I From 25,000 to 60,000: process i Re
. building from faraway points to / solswI AdmUlitrator Roy Schroder, are tonal and technical $66; skilled, .da
drive home In their new cars. secvasetelo determined for Individual countl"I. $60; Intermediate, $47; unskilled, No
. Records: show that more than on the basis of population $36. .klto
, f 10,800 owners made the trip to \ We AAa compaw oevsuw largest municipalities of the counties From 80,000 to 100,000: *
the for that ) during E a< shown by the 1930 U. S. fesslonal and technical skill
: plant purpose +---- we LOAM1N1tiR1O"'a %- $73; edi j"
to .
, 1937 and '38. census. These will continue .
\ To.sea ATwesTt7lesset $66; intermediate, $53; unskilled
: By far the largest percentage of e '1mel prevail until the next official U. !
, i S. census in 1940, or until regulations $38.Over foVU>
owners continue to come from Pacific loooiwow* 100,000 population: professional <
; coast states and the Gulf rosaisu- Pv""X'e are changed.The and technical, $T9; skilled :
, ttates. Atlantic states al o are fxrv ovc \ administrator explained the $72; intermediate, $57; unskilled ;, ret Fo
, t well represented rates are merely security earnIngs -I $40. '
, Through the General Motors t aA wctro, and are not designed or intended One exception provides that .as
! Oversea DlvUlon many buyers OUT OPeVMV a reenme s,ccMauwcAnay, to provide a complete well- workers with no dependent maybe .
, come from foreign land to take COf'/CRBTI_ P MANUVACtUIUNG Me MKUtfltCAL INOUCTt**-- rounded economic existence. required to work lesser num- .
I delivery of their Pontiac cars and DSONNVlKTEp -fNa MM*** e>iAWM ma KAMI NOW There are four main classifications ber of hours per month and red be
t to see America before they return 1Ht Rnvanv A1Mw/ACrueea, siosaca AND PRIMARY of workers. These are: professional celve a correspondingly reduced M1
home. A few of the countries Lorw.KILN awrrtassacrknFutMAC1aaesaaweL and technical, Including wage, 'vU
represented In recent month Include WMICI ptooxvtfp COWTBOCJ, Csswevai ev eeTuse Ares such occupation at senior accountants "
Manila the Island of Guam, TOONes OTOlP 00 CTf.3&sfc ,, engineer, nurses, lawyers, 'My' Aberdeen boy friend sent .. IIr
r Hawaii, Ancon, Brazil, Argentineand AMA21/q Uta etc.; skilled, carpenters, electricians me his photo yesterday." bo
Capetown. plasteren, painters operators "How does he look?"
Months Who nthe largest numberof of heavy road equipment, senior "I don't know yet I haven't had da
owners come for their own cars stenographers and junior accountants -
it developed"-People's Journal
are in the fall, immediately following ,' intermediate: truckdriven (Dundee). of
now car announcement: typists, various clerks, 10tho
So that their new cars will be helpers of skilled workers; unskilled -
In tip-top shape for the large numbers I laborers, seamstresses and Turner's Funeral Home
of ownen who want to make watchmen.The '
a pleasure trip of their Journey c A \ AmDTNf tvoQLDU6 following rates are In effect ".ID AMBULANCE SERVICE ;:;
back home, Pontiac Motors have I until rules are changed: In
E D.60ia s MOeT
Is cv TAes. sop ,A MOU municipality Lady Attendant
Installed a complete owner drive- OR/KULT se 1. i10N. counties where the largest -
away service line in the factory. 114 NKkst-Q01" 1, Msaau Ar Tla erwls"LAes es taa.lcseiALAU8 has a population of less than Phone 984-R Homestead, Fla. .
There every car to be driven acrs!AavyfPi v1LLwce. 1..A'IPAt i 9,000 persons, the rates for 130 MI
away by its owner li serviced justas -- de
It would be by the dealer from Be
whom the car was bought at the '
1,000 mile and 2,009 mile point inKi,
Oil U changed, cars are lubricated a
,' motor tuned, batteriesand
tires checked. and bodies pol- doN
Thus new cars are ready to be )
driven to the farthest away part IP,
of the country when their owners ..;... ,Mim ,
) step Into them at the Pontiac plant ': pa

Rusty Toe

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after a long spell of unemploymentAs S.
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foreman remarked: "Your tools N,I Mo
are very rusty, John." '
"Aye," was the dry retort 'but Ill)
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Friday July 14,1939.. ... THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Seven

Mn. A. F. Arthur and daughter. Mr and N... James Dixon returned Mr ?AUn.{>QKee moth odau-,
Miss Mary Frances, returned July -Monday from Glennvfile, ten, Shirley tod Joanne, expect to
0 from Lewes, DeL. Where they Ga. leave this week for a trait with
In and Ground visited relatives. relative In Memphis Tenn., and ,

Mr. and MI'I. J. H. Simmons expect In Arkansas.L. .
I Mil Jane Gatlin returned 'Sat- to leave this week'by train l

HomesteadMr. urday Fort from a visit with relativesIn for a visit with relative In Virginia C. Aldrich spent the week
Myers. end visiting his son-in-law and

daughter, Mr. and Mr*. Frank
I. P. McLean returned Sunday Mr and Mn. R. Worley returned Stalling of South Miami I
from 0h trip to North and South Friday from Hawthorne, Fla. -
nd Mn. J:. J:. Atkinson of Mrs. O. W Draggers and Robert Carolina.
Mr. and Mr Ralph Steven and ,
Royal Palm State Park left Thursday Smith will leave today for a visitIn Little Martha Shield will return Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schroeder I

for a iix-wtek vacation in Statetborough, Ga. Mr and Mrs J, L. Burton and to her home,.In Miami Sun- daughter, Mill Florence, all '
North Carolina and Georgia. They daughter, L Hood, left vnd i ,
'Hot day, after a visit with her grandparent of Dyer Ind., arrived Sunday for
leave Mr. and Mn. R. H. Worleyin W. R. Bird left Saturday for !yesterday for Springs, Ark. *, Dr. and Mr*. S. S. Shield a two-week visit with Mr. and
charge during their absence Jacksonville where he will join Schroeder "'
Mrs nits t
Un. Bird. I Mr and Mrs. G. A. West have Mr. and Mr*. Henry Brooker of
The Rev. and Mrs B. r. Black- a* guest Mill Reno Fender of Homestead and Mrs. B H. Edwards t"
ford left Friday for a one-week Mn W. M Bradley of Crescent I Daytona and Marlon and Henry of Florida City spent the. Mrs. Gladys Scott of South Miami *
visit In Cuba. Mr. Blackford had City and ion arrived Monday for a Corbett of Cartenville., Ga. Mr., week-end visiting Mr. and Mr.( Is visiting at the home of her
returned the preceding day from visit with Mr. and Mrs A. R. Liv and Mn. Leo. Burnett and son E. Ludlow of Fort Pierce. 1 parents Mr. and Mn R. E.: Scott }a ,;
fort Screven, Ga., where he aerved ingston. Mr. Bradley went to Leon, Jr., Mrs. Vera Summerlln
at a lieutenant Jn the C. M. T. C. Key Welt with a group, of Future and MIA Gretchen Burnett, all of: 1 .
Farmer boys West Palm Beach, spent the week-:

Mr. and Mn. Howard Johnson end with Mr. and Mn. West I Stop that Leak
bad M guest last week Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McEwen returned ;
Mr*. H T. Johnson of Wrightvllle *-I Wednesday from I visit In Spring Mr and Mrs. Tom Bernhardt ofCartersville ,
Ga, and their daughters, field, Mo, with her soninlawand Ga, and their daughter -'
Joyce and Jeannean, Mn. Vivian I daughter, Mr. and Mn. Louis I Janis, are visiting Mr. and' With Sears .
Brlnson and MIA Ola Johnson Muench and "ler grandson, Louis Mn. H. Collier. I

both of Fort Lauderdale, and W.; Bernard Muench who was bornon aM.HMNNN.aM.NM-".......... :
L. Johnson of Miami. On Thursday -i July 6. ASBESTOS FIBER"
the group spent the day In
Key Weak M.... Minnie Austin' Lester Archer ha been visiting By Mrs. W. W. Seven ROOFCOATING .'

of Miami, mother of Mrs. Howard at the home of the Rev and Mrs. \ !
Johnson, spent the week-end at C. N. Walker at Socrum near Lake- The Woman's Foreign Missionary }
the Johnson homeT. i land since Saturday. He spent the Society of the Community
preceding week in Kenansville at Church held its July meeting on ASBESTOS
J. Letchworth, former Homestead the farm of his uncle and aunt, Wednesday at the home of Mr*.' 5 GAL. AOOFCOAIIN F1BEa i
real estate dealer, la Ill at : Mr. and Mn Ja. M. Carson of John Rohrer. 325
his home In Miami i Miami. I I KIT .
Sam Tomassl and his brotherInlaw wnuca : \

Mr. and Mrs Ansel Barrow and Miss Esther Livingston had a* Tony DiPietro, arrived Sun a I i .

Mrs C. M. Barrow will leave Sun guest on Wednesday M.... Harold day from Boston I An easy to apply guaranteed waterproof root
day for t VUit with Mn. C. M. Small and Mm Ina Weems, boiii I fOiUnr made with the. finest. Gllaonlte b....
Barrow's litter, Mn. W. H. Cook, of Miami. Mr and Mr. Joe Gollaticherk Stop leak Will not drip In the hottest weather.
In Thomaivllle, and Mrs. E. P. I -1.. and children have rented a cottageon

Richter It Cairo ,,'. i Miss Betty Smith of Miami Is West Tenth street I Bronze Screen

pending several days ,,vlth her "
Miss Vera Delk returned Monday I grandmother, Mn. Emma Mow. Mn. Selma Mattson of Cape J j i
from a visit InjBlacjcshear! G. Sable visited ..t the home of her ,1EXf 14 GVAGEPaOfiyi 6 C "
daughter here Tuesday and Wednesday .
Mr. and Mn, L. T. Proctor haves BEST QUALITY t9Qal
Ruth and :Batty" Byrura are guest Mrs.' x;. G. Sander of .iii r'r,:cf;r FT. 1 f :
pending the WHit with'Mr. and Cordele Ga., and daughter, Mary
M.... J. 1. L. rhlMpr. la Coral Dell. Mr. and Mn C, L. Daugh- k kOTICI OP APPLICATION FOR TAX Galvanized Screen
'" I DEKD. File II4T
.Cable F arty of Arcadia I returned home I IMr. Nottn h ........ t/! toot CktlM In'VHtDuM -
---.I.: Tuesday after a visit with Mr. and Company holder o> oMliMO ml \
Mr. and Mn J. D. Redd left .. Proctor. Theda Proctor left l CUT.>4,.of dated MUml the 4th Tn liar Certificate of July, A.Numbered D. .lass. It OVACE 4SIARS.1IOIBUCltNJ C \ a
IIM MM .Id C.rtitl.ae In ..If.., .... :
Monday for I visit in White with them for a visit mt
AM ppllcatloN for tax dead to toutthmoi BEST QUALITY I '
Springs, ria., and Alken, S. C. .
la aooonlaiuM with law Sold ""'" .
MSr Carrie McCullough awl tH/rat..mbn.e./ MM follovlnf aVwrlMroptrtr j
, W. H. Russell left Wednesday for soni, James and Ralph, will leave 'pewit. t lltiuUKt U Dodo Count, Florida,

a visit in Georgia and South Carolina today for s visit with Mr. McCullough's Lot II, Mark I I,XnilowooJ Plat look r, : : | : ,CO :
Pin M, la the Cltr of Miami. Cmaty of .
and a visit with Mrs. Russellin son-in-law and daughter D.(l.. .HUM of Florida. '
Gainesville where she Is taking Mr. and Mr*. Wm. Kennedy, i| The ooMoamont of Mid proportjr under tao
course/ .aid Certificate leaned .... In UM alms of Biscayne Blvd.. 1311) to 14U SU, MIAMI (
a summer in New York City. Unknown. Unlm Mid CtrUflnu iKill .herod
[ ....... .......11... to law. 5a.. deed will j ,
M-Frallk;: i..... ...._. on the lint dye se 1011,. A. D. :
Mr. and Stillman Dr. and Mr*. G. O. Brewster left 1999. ,
have as guests Mn. Stlllman's Sunday for a visit to Atlanta.D. Dated this ITtfc d., of lunr, A. D. 1....

brother-in-law and later, Mr. and E. B.Clerk LKATHKHMAN of :Circuit Court. Men Are Getting Quicker ; t
Mrs. Warren P. Miller of Philadelphia L. Bowen will leave Sundayfor i 110... County, Florida. Everywhere ,
(ClKOll Court ( '
and their daughter, Miss a visit In Savannah. Hr N. 0 STERHrrr, D. C
Emily. Mr*. V. F. Booth who underwent (June la, July 1, 14. II, M. 1911 More Refreshing Shaves With This Hew
a major operation at the Kendall
Mr and Mrs. C. Ben Plummer hospital was returned to her home
spent several days last week in Monday. !
West Palm Beach where their ton, Cafe
C Ben Plummer/Jr, who was Mr.and Mn.C et Smith and Tropical .

graduated from Alabama Polytechnic Mr. and Mn. Clyde Parker enter- r j jI
1 door north of city hall I
Institute June with a tained from Friday till Monday
degree In veterinary science Is Mn. John H. Parker and Dennis HOMESTEAD FLORID
Blgaem I
temporarily taking ever a veteri- Parker of Cullman, Ala., mother
narian's practice' and brother of Mrs. Smith and Mr. Regular dinner ?,... 50c p

Parker, and Mr and Mr*. Grady Plate lunch ....... .... 35c *
Mrs. Ida Xby has purchased Parker, Mill Rachel Haskln and j
tome land on' Waldln drive and Miss Lorine Parker, all of Flint,
plans to build, .home there this Mich., cousin of Mrs. Smith and Hlw Ruth Steffanl and Mrs. AtMEN Prrcelr
Florence Kcrcado, Prope.G. .
tall. Mr. Parker. I

' Mr. and t Mn. A. 8 Moye and Mrs'T. T. Bowen will leave Sat- r +hWJ.bMhA alNrap'lble jt

daughter Misses Antoinette, urday for a visit with Mr. and Mn. spatlyd.Pros.rrs Yetlr sltbs !re911AUTMSse.arAsd jf t
Helen and Sue, and their guest, Arthur Lee Mulling Bronxville, '
Miss Edith Carman, spent Sunday N. Y.. and to visit the world' fair
to Jupiter. Cis des j

: ,;+ HY
I Mrs. C: R. Wllkenon of Miami 044f
spent the week-end with Mrs, I
Seymour Dane. f

Mrs U O. O'Neill of Alamana, 4 Wbaf more, It ham edger ofan
Tla has returned to her home after entirely new kind that j
t ten-day visit with her son- who never before got whisk through tough beard I
in-law aid daughterMr. and Mrs. decent show with a quickly and eaaily. There'
J. R. Brooks. Miss Ann Parker tow-priced blade are eothu- no smart,..no bum. You get :
left Friday foe'her home Ik Ala- elastic about the new This good-looking, comfortable) I
man., after spending three weeks GUlett And aowooderl This share every time and save 1
visiting Mr. and Mr*. Brooks and r- blade, that sells at only lOc money, tool Buy a package
Miami friend for 4, ia made of eaiy-fleztog of Thin Gillette Blades
steel hard enough tocutflasa. from your Dealer today
Mr. Met 1fra.1 Cravey will .
leave Saturday fora visit with Mr*.
Cravey's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. f din C/Uorte I/ad1* ir frodwcrfffy I

G. Williams In Fitzgerald, Ga before This) MaktrQf TA famous J
going to the world's fair. Mrs. PLUMBING SUPPLIES
F. D. Mock will join them in F1U- j,
gerald.Connie5. r

I iii Campbell- daughter of, We meet 'mail order. house prices"

Mr. and' Mr*. Claude Campbell, 25 Flajler Street homestead
underwent a tonsil operation maths I
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Patre Eleht Tm.r.nn>I .EIQTiIRVRIS'E: Friday. July H; 1939.

I .n. Social Events in South Dade wwaus


PLANNED AS" SURPRISE, TO- 1 The sixtecn-cent: donation reQuested :

-- by Mrs. L. L. Bow, municipal --
ft BL. Sherard the furmer Other) present were Mrsi Car
Announcement wa made ..*- earn a yeas "(J\. She I*'a graduate librarian from each local
terda of.the approaching maniaaeos ot Miami I tUgb School end of resident for triefurniture- fund of Mill Alice Hobos was given* a J. Liodgren, :Mn Herbert Turner

Sam. Specter, new Homesteads, the Miami BusineCollege. She the new library has beer made by miscellaneous shower In the Mm T. A Walker; Mn. .E D.Pee

business man te Mln Ida Engler,. 1*. a member e* the Miami Junior each oT the 21J member of the Homestead Woman Club buildIng ,kins* Mr Rudolph. Mattton. Me
Johan Graves 11041'1a.. 1i,. Uobaec
his secretary daughter of Mr. and) Council, the YWHA, the Junior University Dub; newest local or-
Tuesday evening by Mr. W. Mn. Ovid Sullivan Mn. Haroh
Mrs. Jake Engler of Miami. Theceremony Badamcb an* the Odder of Beatitude ganization.The .
B. Caves and Mri. Bruce Ennls. ,
I Oxford Mn. Ansel Barrow Mn
decision to have *
planned to take MlamtiNJaU *. I : ; the club
Mrs. E. A. BucbanalWOIo the Richard Huff, Mrs. James Bin)
and friend by surprisewas .. Mr. Specter wa* born in St. represented,.IflO per tent strung on
in radio .
contest Mr
prize a and Mrs Paul Reynolds,. Miss AUn.
to take place to Hoimuwad! Louis, where his parent. Mr.; and the library honor roll was made at
BUrley Bendy, the prize in to. ob- Jane Undgntn Miss Ellen. Butand
"' .a meeting of the dub at the home
"wittla the next few days, it wa Mn. Simon Specter tilt reside.
Krvatlon contestJUNIOR Mia .Pearl Whitaket
iaU -and" may even birr taken He attended: school in California of Mrs Frank Hausman Wednesday

Placer By title tanf.Mlsst : and cam to Miami from that state evening. Miss Berttta Kill
Engler ha been Secretary five year ago. Before- coming to Hausraan,.acting treasurer; wa Instructed WOMAN'S CLUB the district deputy president, Mrs
to.make tfce fur PLANS MEMBERSHIP DRIVE Barbara Handry of.Coconut Grove
to Me. Specter sine he opened tb Homestead he was connected; with payment
Spartan Plumbing& : and.Appliance m* plumbing firm ot MarkawiU all memben wire-have not already A. membership drive will be ; The installing staff membersall

In Homestead July 1, and a long & Resnlck for five :yean. contributed started .t once by 1MJunto.. in: white lace- dresses, presented
friendship preceded their business The young- eouple plan to build A review of Nor WalnVReacrsing f Woman's Club it WM decided it a several drill after the installation .-.

association. Miss In jttr ws born Im Homestead where they will for the Star," *> description I business meeting-( held Monday : ,
in Miami to which her parentsy. make their future home. everyday life in Nazi Germany, I night In.the clubhouse The members The staff included: Mrs, H B
wa made by Mrs. Ben Archer. will be divided into two Beattie deputy marshal; Dn Trent

The club decided to have no I group and the loser will enter- Shanklln deputy warden Mrs

FOUR VISITORS ARE HONORED AT PARTY Vonaaoi ImnyMRS "ain the winners at the close of the Blanche Chapman deputy secret

I GIVEN BY MISS ESTHER LIVINGSTON I contest. The club decided. to take terry; Mrs. &: G Moon deputy

ROBERT ANDERSON In member twice a ;year, In May financial secretary; Mrs. It W
ENTERTAINS CLASS and September. MuUlaa, deputy: treasurer; Mn
Miss Esther Uvln toll> gave a amusement Mrs. Robert Anderson enter I ; Florence PacetU deputy chaplain

pact Monday evening la honor of The other present were: Misses tamed her Sunday: school class club The will July be hekt social meeting of the I Mrs. E. S. Capllngnr, deputy mu-
,on Monday nightin
fbur young visitors t. the city: Helen and Antoinette More July t at her home an South sician; and Mrs Q. C. Radford,
Misses Norma and ElolseGoss- the Cozy Diner at 7:30, It was
Broadway In Florida City. deputy inside guardian.
Miss Eleanor Kendrick, of Lu- announced. Mn W. B Caves, Jr.,
MIne Helen and
man Mary Present were: Mn. Roy Chand- Claus Crlnold and Mr. Moon air
verne, Ala., who* visiting herbrotherInlaw Bradley, Misses Martha) and Ed&wine ler Edward Jackie and Genevieve Mr*. Richard Huff and Miss Ellen so attended.
and (later. Mr. and Close, Misses Edna Nell and Chandler Bobby and Gloria Huff will be .l108te.....

Mrs. W. B.! Mills; Miss Mary Catherine Betty Richard, Misses Mildred, Jean Anderson Joanne Doxrc Member present were: Mrs. BIRTHDAY PARTY IS GIE.'gFOR

Watkins of Hattieiburg, I Margaret and Helen Field, Mill and Helen Schroeder. Aniel Barrow Mr. James Bird AUDREY LANGIIAU
Miss who is visiting her uncle Nina Pearl Bush, Miss Marjorie Mr. 11:. A Buchanan Mrs Bruce

and aunt, Mr. and Mn. Bevo I Redd, Miss Etfi Booth Mill Edna .1NIIMN"IN.NN//I,111NNINNNIIMINNNIYMMINIM The Ennls, Mn. Robert Glenn Jr., Mr*. Miss Marjorie Longhorn enter'
Webb Miss Edith Carman, of San Booth, Miss ............ R. E. Sherard, Mn. Harold tained Thursday in honor of the
; Murybello Gibbs Mis* -'"""'" -......,....-...........-.... Ox-
Juan Texas, who vltltnlg Mr Mary McNeil, Miss NeUa Sauls, July 16.-Townxinci Club ford, Mrs. J tt Perkins, Mr. T. J. birthday of her slater Audrex.:!
and Mrs A. S. More: ; and Miss I D L. Bowen Charles Eunice, In Neva King Walker,Mr. Stanley Wlttkop Mr. Ice cream and cake were lerved
Cooper School
Margaret Bonnet of Jacksonville, I Myron GrenneU, John Whitchard, I at 2:30: o'clock. Fielding Ruff, Mrs. Ovid Sullivan, The other present were: Mr.
who 1* visiting Mf. and Mrs. L. A. Oliver Hastings, Clarence Noyes, July 17. Mr. Caves, Mn. Huff, Mill Betty and Mrs. J. W. Whitehead Mr. an4
-Meeting of Homestead
!ouna. The party was held in John Reynolds, Jr., Emory MarI I B. P. W. C. it 8 p. m. In Hospitality Bowen Miss Pearl Whitaker and Mn J .S. Caves, Mr*. Lloyd Deitz,
the reception room of the Methodist tin Jr,,..JBUteJBIgg9, Sparkman I House. Miss HUM Mn. J. W. Caves, Mn. A. B.

Sunday school building Holding Roy Nelson Robert Cast July 17...Junior Woman' Club Langham Johnny and. Phyllis
Game and contest were the- and Douglass Tower. I II social meeting at 7JO. LOCAL EEBEKAH3 INSTALL Diet, Warnne Sever,, Wayne
Langham Martha Shields Mauri
July 18.,.Joint meeting of W. COCONUT GROVE: OFFICERS .. Ins Houston and Lanier Whitehead -
DAJ'/CE'IS GIVEN party Wadpesday night In Hospitality I M. S. circlet. Member of Liberty Lodge

FOR MISS WATKINS: : HUM Dr. Ira J. Hayneswon July 19.-B P. W. C card party of Homestead were on the InstallIng -

Mr and Mrs. B va Webb enter I the second prize and Mn. I In Hospitality House. staff when officer- of Coral Frank Hagler Rice took part la

tained at a dance at the Homestead Herman SchlegeL the third prize. July 20.-Episcopal Church: pie- Rebekah Lodge of Coconut Grove a piano recital in the Woman's

:. Country Club Friday evening Another party will be held next J nlc. were Installed Tuesday evening by Club of Miami building Monday
In honor of their niece, Mia Mary I Wednesday evening.EPISCOPALIANS JUly 24. -All-day meeting* '

i Catherine Watkins, of Hattieiburg. I;Jennie Lobdelt Circle wttlt :Mrs
1 Mina ;J. L Ballard.
I The guestr were: Mls Myllli\ : PICNIC ON JULY 10 Aug. 3.-W; M. TJ. circle meet. 1111 DRUG tORIt lit

Parman, Miss Alta Webster Miss I I nIL
Plan for a church picniC to be .
Nina Pearl Bush, Miss Barbara
held on July 20 were begun atmeeting a
Done, Mile Mary France Arthur,

Kill Moaely Sever, Miss Marjorie .Friday afternoon of.Uie Episcopal at the Auxiliary hone of Evelyn Cooke THE DIXIE DRUGJACK

Bode, Miss Mary Dan Brown, Mrs. Ceo. N. Wakefield.A I
Dr. Robert Crow, Marvin Prltoh!
luncheon.and food sale will beheld -Studio
ard, John Frederick Jeha Dancing
at the home of Mrs. J. A. HOWARD JOHNSON
WhltCh-1 -
i ard, Ed Pacettt. Billy; I
Hooks on Aug. 4, It was decided. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
\, Jbe Campbell Gauten Charles Each member will bring a guestMn. Now has classes on Phones 3. and 9101
and. W. K. Haas, the prs.dl.nt.presided. =Monday, Thursday Afternoon :

MISS MARY Etchenber'er'l i in ;:
I ENTERTAINS YO Thxe! present were: 1IIe!!. L. A Hopitaliry f Homestead
: Mia Mary France Arthur entertained Fennell, Mrs. Ruth Scott Mn. W. ; House .
( J. Clark Mrs. Richard Huff, Mrs Q YEt HARMLESS TOD '
a group of young people ; All type of
dancing \
\ ,
I at her home on Avocado drive,Lee H. Lehman Mrs Hats, Mn. Taps; acrobatic, ballet ballroom \ DELICAtE nssuEI
; Wednesday evening. Chine* Hook and Mrs. Wakefleld. : .
i! checkers, dancing and other game ; Special Ballreom ", Who Ml. k>acre wlwa you vt. mMihwuM MI.U.w
i were enjoyed. MRS. WEBSTER IS GIVEN :' ;. Ie eras ...11I-91-1 you e.Mo p..eeaapp "It".
1 I foe
high school student
guests were: Miss Eleanor Mw"
:Thursday night at 7:30: o'clock
i Kendrick, Mill Mary Catherine The memben of the Rain or
Watkins loDes Phyllis; Parman, Shine Club honored Mn. Julian R. CLASS STlltJCTlON mm. fo.iI'4_.__ ....

t Min Mosely Sever; Mia Claudia Webster with a handkerchief :

Conner Min Jane Gatltn,. Mba shower at a luncheon meeting at toe ies Uecoft er f4 pee mouthP4' Iff31 SOLUTION

i Marjorie Rodeo Mia Alta Webster the home of :Mr*. Frank Skill
\ Miens Mary ..aelBe yesterday. -

t Brown*. Chart** Elchenberger Those present were: Mr*. Helen .
0o Campbell Jack Sullivan, tackier( ,Mrs. Lee H.' Lehman, Mrs.

( Robert Gausens, John Whitehead, 'C X. Parman Mrs. Fred .

Horace Richter, Pierre ICeDulel Ur. Webster and Mrs. SkilL LUNCH DAILY 11:30 ta 1:30
and Edmondt PacetttBL Redd'i
H. P McDaniel and son;
5. A. Ames and eon
W. E Rbeney were dinner guests'
Charles, Clinton won the high 'of Mr. and Mr*. J. R. Brooks on FreshWhitman's
score prtn al the a P: W" C. card Tuesday evening.

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: fh toe PMuneal We.. Ira ?

an In handle end looks amlf Joestion

/ fJd oj 1ultp .f .* .u ttnMe We feooounenel te V a.arrhInd

Shelter Thennlqae Croqoignole/
lr.,, erar.a.e .ball M..M eM" Mee
'-A BEAUTY SECRET"tllport Wave ..hiltsk"- .
Laid aces_ r_ ....... c.
women! have teamed when Iher want .... bNel.a

make TOUT appotntOMot todajt irE/bFf 0C. W

PATS BEAUTY PARLOR ay .. = u.IN lie PARLOR ........ l

Horne a" HomeatesxL ITa. Phone M ,ice 1
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Friday, July 14, 1939. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Part Nine

formally announce the hoard deci- AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAA&&AAAA&&A&AAI
DIAMONDBALl 11101& to buy .the sUe- .The delegation -,II.I. I
also will bring the down payment !I I.I 111011 I

check if Immediate payment:
(Continued from Page One) is requested by the council. I ATTENTION!

] | safeties, two of which were home' Units for the fall festival la the t,{ OWNERS
runs' Mbtretta: and Nelson clr- new building will be told on a i! I

y, tied the bases, both coming In theearly three-year basis with the payment .,
It stages of the game. Rome In advance, the membership:
ll.xude- the only error marked up was told. 9 Avocado and Citrus
during the game. Exhibitors will not be permitted

G Carter, South Miami' pitcher, to make sales In the building but tt ass fioxM
|I i struck out ten men and: Nelson orders may be taken for future delivery Growers '
nADmNCT catering weed; boas
finned two.
tl t should be andartakeR sorts an Ota
1'. |fc *The scores: The following committeet were care. given ether surface
to announced: Be cure four k Bra, dry* tree ejffomica .
.. ;\i Bishop..Break". Aa. B. all i PO a A 1a B. Building. Roy .Chandler, .C, J matter Drive, aU borne We are now stockingURAMON
x. Timmons. Parman, Ed Chronlster, Frank.' doctor or replace faulty planks.It old
sonnies Its ...:.: ::.. 1 1 1 : Skill. Henry Brooker, Jr. Charles: paint present in bad oeadltioa.darn

Id. -!.aWar.4N. :_= ItC. :. : .& si ; H. Steffanl A. K. Livingston H.; I IW dawn--by. planing, burning e* paiot

; Sullivan. U ... .. IP 1 tto A. Cameron B. ..Morris, Charles
Cwraai .__:j.l : : : 1 Alter sandpapering' and etaaalnaVappUc
. Basis; .. .. .....I Slaryball. Cox and Henry Rrcly; member'ship prlralng coat txperlenea reeMMwjidc -
?. it .." I ,'P. E.. Mullen Herman Marks > wallo
A of
form that
" ,,adallwa, tt = I 0'0 t 0 0 0S wed-'r- new nitrogen
Carl Anderson: ; W. H: Wood, O. B. lead, | pm turpr -
- Total*._.__.......M .-I its -1 -J Parker, James WoUom, Paul Coiner >Unax*]>ea coat Is dr: \ :traokanilltiqlaei > does not leach from the coil
... etc. wIt 00* puttjw
Pant*. AB K BH TOa A J ; Zeke Martini; WOn\ Canh-and: and fast Inorpnlc-
VUaaM. IB tT.ndrlct Charles Turner; building i.---: : as as some
ttt i ,
:: I al ... : : : : :
w pw14 a Max Losner.'John Near...flruInce'j lead; t part Unseed ell.4 parts terpear- forms of nitrogen. Ask about
" L. ..::::=: 1 t t 0 a a Reynolds, George Turner tine. Per finish coat on all works Itiarta

',.'I-. ..' Simmons..11_ Its ale ...._......... a 1 .0. .. t a 1 I-I I Swan; Dr. C..F: Robtnsotrand William !-' .soft oil .put white turpentine".4. I t parts partu..I the price of this new form of
J. Geronimo
=- ,,sow.. : :::.:: : : : : 1e : ; agricultural'aridhorticultural Boor varnish Add drier la proportion plant food.
Frank Rue
II David of I pint to 10 nllnna of paint nixed'
t, tlttla, et '. .:.::..::JT 0 C I I : Barrel, Richard Brooks, Tom Tor-i according to. formula IO.

TotaU. .. .... _JC 1 "i -It "l -1sNon" bert and W. O. Talbott; publicity,
f, J. W. English, :Ben Archer and
oil who ,
.,. winning nu rod. .-The pipe eonnecllng my house
\ William Brodie; public health. Df to street sewer to elocgacl with roots.I .
1 In..h... .. It. i 1 f J. A. Smith Dr. A. M. Logan Dr. have bad It cleared aaireral, times Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.
J.. ... Pm. :: : 0 S 0 : 0 : M. A. Berger, Dr. B. E. Gatlln. Dr. but it continues to give trouble. A.- I
I I t I'Tm Ww bits T.ndrkkl. horn ...... G. O. Brewster, Dr. C. H Denby Have pipe replaced with cut-Iron FRANK D.RUE.MGR.
i; JIou I 4.ubl'' ,l I..., Caves to E Sullivan. W. I Fiike and R. B. Brown; com- with calked joists This will give all
wards t. M. MUM to Hire' ana UH on11.ofrt maul non-porous job which will a tU"'jo
; : f:1 (:mew 4. Una 11 :riic out, by munity betterment, Howard John- let enter either through pipe i''I MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER
, .' Cava 4. Do. 11 t umpires, H nor and 81.. son, Lester Lawrence H. K. I I
far* Foulk, J. D. Redd Preston B. Bird Q.-How can I protect newly pIned \, HOMESTEAD, FLA.
. .0 .... AB E BH PO8or4 A II: and William Folliard; merchants, trees from borers A.-Wrap treat
Mktmu. It ..._.__.. I I I I O. P. J. Franklin, W. T. McConnell with burlap from branchta ta ground
Vivid IbBarrow .. a e a 0 ,
aa : t & : : : Fred Pennington, Frank Webb and Immediately. planting.. .. AAAAAAAAAAAAA.............AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa
Smith, Ik .._.:... :: :: o Owner : r a:.KM Rowe
Nixon .... .... ,. William Allen. ,service .r.a. rill > ;,' help twolatin
cb..hlre. ; : t eeive home m.tera..... n"..,.... _
: :: : : : ''For
Y.UIUI: rf .... la |>l mM 01. Write results use Leader-Enterprise Classified Ads

: d:::.: Its .. _.:.- 0 I : f : 0 09ow. I The Tight Wad rare tl llut fit" -. -
.:. .% d --......... I I 0 0 The trolley was terribly crowdedas

.. ToiaIL..._..........10- -1 -10.It- -S trolley will be. The passenger i
were literally sandwiched In.
? '.- << out kit by tatted ball.
'I A stout woman tried vainly to get I
i /. truest AB k BH PO A her fare out of her pocket, which SPECIAL SUMMER BARGAINSix
. 'orise.. Ib .. ....... I I I 4 0 ;i
H.... ale ... 4 0 I 0 I she had tightly buttoned ai a precaution -
c. C._. ..,....-... a I I 10 against pickpockets. For
1 :C.oebott Crockettb rr _.::::: : t 1 j : : several moments she worked the I
. .'Ii Joh_. II _..._...... t I .1 I buttons, and then the man next to
_..... I .
.... X,..........__..........I" t a s 0 0. 0 a her said: "Allow me to pay your.

Ca Horde VV. Cart"-et ; :::::: : : 1 : : : fare, madam.'"
a .. I "No, thank you," was the reply; and This Total of 124lssue.sHERE'S
.. 1 Totala.._...._'_.14. U it II I and once more she began at the, Magazines Newspaper-A

t $'J1ftnln.. 11. buttons on the pocket
''if ifom. .... a 0 1 After t while the male passen-I I
.Bo. riami| :: _.:: l : : : : : :
ger once more: wed: "Won't you WHAT YOU GET!
?' Two:hoes hMa, 0. W. Carter homa rani allow me to pay your fare, All Seven
tatrHt., Nelsons. aaerlNrn. Hu>hjrfbuUa ..;; "
plan., H. Craakrtt to Turalair km.Iwi. .
/, kalla wffl I Nelson 1, Carter II .....k 'Certainly' not," was the reply. McCalTs Magazine ......-...-.-..."?.- 12 Issues
r lent. br If..".. .. Carter 10: wplna minor For Only$2.oo I
Oral. "I have my fare If I can get at it" Woman's Home Companion .......... 12 Issues
T only suggested it, madam
f was the quiet reply "because you Farm Journal-Farmer's Wife .... 12 Issues

MARKET have already unbuttoned" my suspenders Country Home .................................. 12 Issues
three times. -Ex.

American Poultry Journal ............ 12 Issues
(Continued from Page One)
f number of skilled workmen cannot A New subject Southern Agriculturist................... 12 Issues

be found In Homestead and vicinity People who write an,illegiblebead The derEnterprisei ....__._.._._.. 52 Issues
a number could be tent from must romans*suffer them AM lr If .--.,......... la to k* Rest MlaMa at Daft C_.,.
$.-* Miami the major said. selves to be .misunderstood not r

:' H. L. Long, supervisor of con- afreejueattjrwith; amusing results. r
'. strnction top the Florida MarketIng such an experience __' toOr.
.if. Board viewed the project with J. M. Buckley, the Bii eo* REGULAR VALUE $4UXr-YOU SAVE $2.00)

Major Close Wednesday Mr. clergyman, when to the press he-
Long said he was satisfied with the sent a notice- of the subject of his
publications you are already a
1 progress workmanship en the Sabbath disooune,.i'Oati and Wild ,

$ building. He said he bad been Oats. 'subscriber to ANT of these SEVEN publications, your present subscription
making efforts to obtain a The editor of one of the religious
spur wilt be extended. Mail bring the below to office AT
from the Florida East Coast rail. weeklies reaMr-'**himself proud or coupon our

Toad Into the market ana but had Ira deciphering the good minister's ONCE and you will receive THE SIX BIG MAGAZINES each month, and
been landwrlting Imagine Dr. Buck-' ;
unsuccessful. However, he
said, else absence-of a spur will not .,'. astonishment and amusement II THIS .NEWSPAPER each, week-tha& 72 magazines and 52 newspapers E

.k.4lrsaen the efficiency t the market to learn from Ibis paper .that OB i -lit Issues i in all for only $2.00. ORDER AT ONCE because we may soon E
beeabse little-tknt and Sunday he we tat preachorjMCata .
difficulty -
f.Would be consumed fat hauling the 'aDd.W dCII"'." II have to withdraw this offer or advance the price

produce to the freight depot
.- There haa 0 been aome, outside Oat hp.- Wa" ... ----m-e. --Rertat--tw-_.__._-- ReRew ReRe-tt+taReMRe--Re---..

maaink that materials' for theconstruction Jimmy: "Mamma, do angels i fi f fUSE
are not arriving with "' .
hIVe !
i proper regularity, Mr. Long said. Mamma: "Yes dear." THIS COUPON AND SAVE $2.00
I Recently shipments have been off
Jimmy: Caa, Sugars fly 1
[ schedule because of the weather In Mamma*'

I the northern part of the state Mamma: "Yes, dear.* I Gentlemen: Date..._......_........_............_.._..
I where the lumber ie obtained.
Jimmy: "Daddy said nurse was

w fly angel" last night; when will she Yes, indeed, I want to accept your magazine offer before It is with-

CHAMBERContinued Mamma: "Tomorrow."-Ex. drawn. Enclosed Is $2.00 In FULL PAYMENT for a ONE YEAR'S sub-

h : scription, new or renewal to your newspaper and the following six publications -
( from Page One) .
property win be retained by the : .
city.The NEWT G. BALL ''

chamber board decided that McCALL'S MAGAZINE ___. 1 year COUNTRY HOME _. ...._.........__ lear
four seta of plans will be obtainedfor SMUT rCBUO
the headquarter These plan i WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION ........ 1 year AMERICAN POULTRY JOURNAL_.. lear

will be submitted to the membership FARM JOURNAL-FARMER'S WIFE- hear SOUTHERN: AGRICULTURIST w.- lear
which will select the best features Fire Insurance and
of each to be embodied In .

final plans. Four architects will Kindred Lines I, My name U --AddrntT ___--- ..___.__ ._.._ .
be retained to draw the plans.A i -- r
delegation .f the chamber of
commerce* headed by. Howard I IS N.- I toms AT* I WII state! __.____...

Johnson will attend the next t I
meeting ot the city council and'!
.. ,. _. I

..w..u oJ 1 WV ,..u... rw '4LttItlltiailnt:', ;.k .t::........ ""--W & .. ,"'" -.-

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_Palaces_Ten raELLEADERJENTERPRISb- y- .... '. 4;.,; "r.F"d' YtJu1.it ; j 93IJa:.r..

MARKETS ASSIST AUTOMATIC ORANGE JUICE I Citrus Nutritional l Deficiency Is Topic

FARMERS TO GET I DISPENSING MACHINE l[ Of State Experiment-._ Station.. Bulletin

I I iron and boron deficiencies and

MORE FOR CROPSWauchula I- (boron toxicity, and suggests control -
nutritional deficiency from another'are of the trouble when occur
described In detail in a bulletin ring alone and In combinationwith

July 13. (FNS)- :soon to be published by the Florida other deficiencies, Dr. Newell
Farmers and growers of this Mrtioit .'Agricultural Experiment Station, saysDIUI.A.BEKGER,
having just completed the it hat been announced by Director -
most successful season In year. A 1,1V JTJtd. I Wllmon Newell He says there
are enthusiastic in their praise of has been much Interest, accompanied -
the lUte farmer market here ( PT by considerable confusion,
and the Bowling Oreen state! farm ''in malnutrition troubles affecting
en' market for their tremendous Florida citrus, and the new bulletin Dentist
assistance In marketing cropi |I clears up practically all of the :
Cash returns which will gross well | I confusion. I
oVer a million dollar, are assured, I "It la one of the most valuable I Office hours 8:30 4:30

according to summaries for the {bulletins for the Florida citrus Industry First National Dank
eaton recently prepared by the that has ever been published
market here Dr Newell said today, Building
While citrus prices were ragged i "It will be used for many years asa
and undependable) throughout the reference work by growers, toil Open Evenings by Appointment
season, Hardee County growers scientists and horticulturists...
realized a cash total of some $400 4 N ei The bulletin which is expectedto
000 for their crop Much credit be available for distribution
for the large amount U being given i around July 8, Is written by Dr. A. New RemingtonPortable
market official. The strawberry r. Camp and Dr. B. R. Fudge of
crop returned a total of $449.3il the Citrus Experiment Station atLake TypewritersAS
tram a bumper harvest, with an Alfred It contains eight LOW AS
average price per pint of a little color plates and 11 black and white
morn than ten cents. At no time illuitratlons, in addition to SS $29.75
did the price fall below five cents, pages of descriptive matter. The I FOR AS LITTLE AS

and during cloning weeks It went | ? e 1I bulletin is No. 331, "Some Symptoms lOc a DayAT
up to seventeen cents i I of Citrus Malnutrition in
'The complete report of the Wau. Florida."

chula state farmers market, exclusive I It describes symptoms on leaves, LILES' PHARMACY
of the figures just mention.ed twill: and fruit of copper, tine 1400 MAIN HIGHWAY

shows strikingly the value of r' [manganese, magnesium nitrogen COCONUT GROVE FLA.for .
the Hardee County crops which it I
marketed: cti
Cucumbers .. .$122.946.00 American Boy Magazine II I
Bell Peppers GO.1011.00 Companion Thousand n 1 the ned C
Italian PepperiWhite 310.00 I to 1 months of

Squash .. U51.00 oeiurl.The

:Yellow Squash .452.00 Hundreds of thousands of boys .
Snap Beam
Beans. .. .....__ 3702.00 and CAN young BOY men Magazine read THE' AMEHI- Atlantic 1ionthly'. :
English: Peas ... 57.00 every month ,
and consider it U I1.IAJtI' .
i more a JiVlng/
Field Peas .. ... 1.T70.00 the meat of your
Eggplant: _.., .. .. 11,925.00 companion than M_Wajnine.: I r ( 'hours. "Enjoy':
Potatoes .... .. ... 498.00 "It'p'ai much a buddy.to me at the( wIt; :thwlldom., the .
Strawberries .._..... 47.00 to tilt neighborhood.fhumt"! writes ,, "
The tint automatic machine ever developed deliver a cup companionship., Ihe, charm,
Tomatoes ._...___ 71,1.73.00Okra ot cold. fresh, pure orange Juice-tot.. nickel wilh begin ita tour one nigh school ee.4ota''tH&. -that) ha trade the-a TLAN t
.......__.-- 78.00, through the atatethie5 wwlu 41 Js be.Jaa.tallea to main title in that r AMERICAN; )J30Y a Affisa'uD' { ;,I t TIC;;. for aver ,seventyfiveyera .
Creep Com __.., .2.892,00 citrus belt.by T ecy.Acosta.shown above with the machine to that: bland( li.boy's problems' acad.con, 1 c. .,; America's moat quoted' :
Watermelons __. .... 133,00 all interested,ftiay have an opportunity to. see in action ,unit: alders.them to tuchf/ aympathejij;, ,LC.endsnoatcberishedmaeaabe y\
which anthlllla." redict will revolutionize the sale of fresh and helpful way. It gives advice
.J> orange Send It, (mentioning:this.ad) ;
$28140700 Juice, (ncreaae Its consumption many times over, and return a entertaining reading on every to

I ... handsome profit' to Exchange member The machine was Invented subject in. which a young fellow isInterested. na.'Attantie He ntWy
ad by TracyAcotta of New Smyrna and developed by the Florida It it particularly help .
REDLAND F. F. F. ful In sports. I made out school I Arllngtoa Sir
Citrus Exchange, which ii now considering plant for its commercial
......--.........-.-..".....-.- f. exploitation. basketball team because ot playing BoerCtlljlr1l 2
By Harold Hampton. Reporter I tips I read In THE. AMERICAN _
Friday afternoon Redland Chap- I please. explain why some women f
let members enjoyed beach Many famous athletes in all THE ,.1/15 BOtlotcLMa"It's.
are made to beautiful, and yet to G. 0. Brewster, M. D.E.e ,
Surfslde Park where swimming. I dumb?" sports credit much of their success

games and refreshment of hot Quickly came the reply: "Sir Ear, Nose and Throat to helpful suggestions received
dogs and bum, iced tea, cookie, I we were made beautiful to you Treatment from sports articles carried In THE
and salad AMERICAN BOY Magazine. Virtually
potato were served ,
would love us, but dumb to we e'e 1,4 watwt4
Members present were Richard !would love you!" Glasses Fitted every Issue offers advice
Bill, Willla Vick. Dean Sickle, from a famous coach or player.I I
Office i t. u nt fcr ,
V. 'Ilium Hampton, Harold Hampton Football, basketball, track tennis,
Adolph Lopez Robert Munn, A"oInt.t In fact every major sport Is cov- Ct
l>>n Lulr and Alton Hartord | DR. R. S. AIERS office at forest Knave .... u4 ered in fiction and fact articles! ; 4' .00
I PresentI-I'(' uete Mr and Mrs i W",4 ..1rM'n. Teachers, librarians, parents and { was
U A. It! o-I: i u, d I the following1! ......... Fleeld.Rev. leaden of boys clubs also recommend l w
I>''''Ms rI"' ,., \\ '\ U Sickle, Miss DENTIST THE AMERICAN BOY enthusiastically
D'ulhv! jid.r. n*. Mill Leila Ball,I IT N. sans They have foundthat
Office Hoses:9a.an.toSp.se
)"uO"i '-' ting, Turn Mutkmi aa a general rule readers of JACKSON LLE'S
",mis J--, ,icih",m amt Albert Snndur"! 0 to It THE: AWrMCAN feCK) o1dvancl'1| LEADING HOTEL
Jvnumy.' 1 Closed Saturday more rapidly and .
Our next: meeting wm be at our I' ; I. worthwhile characteristics than do II doIo..... awn
chapter room Friday, July 21, at: Free Parking Space boys who do not read It. I { )"I 7 pow hoot beta is Well lie

'p ra i 1781 N. W. S8TII -To Keep Trained writer and artists, famous SUMMER .:
ST.. MIAMI COMFORT rt0ii ..b4
Saturday morning Rex Romine j Viaiolt coaches and athletes explorers I.me _.
and George G run well, our representatives Top-notch I scientists and mtm successful in .....s4 r..ed Used. I..ry...
to the state vocational business and industry join withan .w t.r"wre..men,less"maw
forestry camp at O'Lenoen via experienced staff to produce In ..... ae.lie w..ea.e.eq a.aw

k'I: ,i"l Dr. Leonard W. MAIN j : THE AMERICAN BOY the sort oi IOPUUa.M1C1aCOCKTAIL
will j reading matter boys like best.
.. LOUNGE and
I .H.hs In Kn ....lMttMtGLASSES
The camp la prbvlded for Future I Follows .M ..,alr.... '.d THE AMERICAN BOY tells on COFFEE SHOP
Farmers from every chapter In I moat newsstands at 13c a copy
the state who have done outstandIng Subscription prices are $150 for _
Ey* !fM' must Imp p..e..d IIB.L 140ftaed
MI M. .. Virus at, $Ia.rt.. one of for three hw.Mew..._How adwe-.some'
work In vocational forestry C..eM.lr: Air c.. a..5 .. 011104 < fod4yi. hit life. year $3.00 ;years
during the preceding school year C.aw.bM T..r Y.n way 94 ...... Foreign rates 50c a year extra. Tsubscribe 0
simply send your name.
Ahem! Dr. D. F. StebbinsDr. address and remittance direct to
The members of the) committeehad THE AMERICAN BOY, 7430 Sea WANT AIDS PAY

a knotty question before them' Dr. R. Elliott L. W. Stebbins end Blvd., Detroit, Michigan. t

the solution of which seemed feasible IMS W. Flagler .... Miami .,
toember.to all except! the only lady I CHIROPRACTOR nM J-M1S ;

Horn BUg. IleeaeeteU
With a little exasperation cam
the question "Madam,.call you i ,
I win some to your home every day through


At '. ........, Drily Neertibop. '4,>.
DR. c. H.. DENBY t m e.a..dm lee 1.e tile Wawa-.. .eae.r.ts d.Yya "41 tdeall.e '.
=> H< wttolt trim* or OM""; Belo,. In. la 1ea.n fast,
, ONLY MK MtrxUMlr With UHI*. IMIIIIM tar >w*mm, u4 *U IM
_III. SMta dm. DM WMllr MiSMlM awUM.CM 1.

Osteopathic PhysicianPhone MONKEY ChrWIU, A."1
fclMM Publisha e.ree
JUNGLE CM, .....v agree, awioo 11I__ ""
IN T1s U.S. pins n erase set okiirlMioa K TM Christian aolnM MocJMe tot .i,

39Homestead > ::ata, ImodWuMW ImniUutl ImoaUSIW .'11I
MM IW> ..kxiuduf MMMIM 100'1011111 M I IM N sseJKn
a.. rl-etda'e Meeker
).awn, Ortw W M shoe
Fla. 1 M tonal ..ad ewthd
Nte.. .a M1. I. addNM x.
(Over Brown's Drug" Store) ".swabs* 11160"M I .. ,..,. c." .. .".... :.',.

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Friday; July 14,1939.

'.chool at 10.: Punching .t II. tpwonliLoatw atroot. The R..v. Con H. Kkk. taMortola
at .:".. Hidw..k prayui Oat tthool .1 10 .. a>. :: awoxihliut ..t II
albs .tady Tkmiay n> "a a. aa. : roniwj _..'. woottat nt V,let .. M.Mbjeft ,
IIIl7 II._l\Io..r.. ,Mnaoa CLASSIFIED ,

i' X.... avenue at II. talk Happiness RATE Tint Insertion 104 a lint; subsequent Insertions

$4 a line

OMMTIAD- Dr *. B. fohnWnu, pow
-roRRENt- FOR SALE: Tropical plant, Clt-
Cunday nuked at t>4l a. m.I pnarlv

.1 II .. B and tdta.m.P.Y.P.U. rut trees and tropical fruit in
4Jt m rrayor MTrlM WodnoNla I
t r7 ttaton. Jungle Grove Redland
4fa m. Furnished two bedroom -
..SOt'lDtTh. SOT Monk Pokmon. flow FOR RENT- road and Plummet drive.
......r school at 10 .. m.:: Braorhln house, also furnlshet

"lit itll .. ana rrayoy"" M Mrvln,. -.: 11"n*. *tiW. '. >\J.. B..' apartment. Reasonable rent. I SEE: AND BUY at ShankUn Varie-

Wod.do ft All convenience Reduction bright ty Grove, West Florida City.

CATHOLIC party by the year. En (a7tQ

Collins, Biscayne drive and Federal -

iprond .,.n... Homestead : the luCloonaa \ d
pallor tunday mass at I Jt

.aye. ... wwk nay anus at fltt, dally cool, roomy apt for real, LOST- Fern a It. whit spotted
sonde followlns Y .sr"intoELECTRIC '
pond.1 = tor women the first Private bath, reasonable rate hound. Small rewtrd. Joe By-

second luodo.1l mr. lIu.da of month at monlll.: tor men Holy and hour boys Th..tho.... Ask.at Western Union. (mlTtf)!I' rum Avocado drive

day .before flint Friday at month at 7140, 1
Mar first Friday at TtIO a. m. MISCELLANKOUS.RENT
i p.tonodlctton of Ota pleased ......-.. attar FOR RENT-Furnished bungalov I .

with fireplace, hot water rev I
I and stave I YOUR HOUSE-furnished
electric refrigerator
CHRISTIAN!' SCIENCE Cflt'RCl Fruit trees In yard. Inquln or unfurnished. I have year

w FLORIDA CRT-Broadway and tinKnot Leader-Entcrprise. I 'round clients. Benjamin W.

tunday school nt .i4S, a. ... tor Morris, registered real estate
... nornlir ..
ran..0 ;
.6twW.lca under at 11 .10.'.1...... Wednesday ownlMrtlcM .. I broker, N. Krome ave., next toBaptist
UitlnumlaU/ of hoi )
which tortoise Church. (JuUtf
ChiUn I
and remarks on
loa mt....explaining_. I p. B. Tan public ) ..... I milk goats, $11
tally Invited to aland.fair I HOME laundry Mn. Jernigm
!* -Leasoa termon and $20 each. Two giving milk 620 S. Krome Ave

"Life.;" Box 1272, Homeitead. (puU) ))

CHURCH OF CHRIST ielS FOR SALE-Do you want 20 acre) I

choice marl fronting south on
OMKITIAn-flrat ._... and M. 1Ita "-.. or carpentrywork.
..... Mowry St. two miles cut oj
.mot. Ribs study at 10 a. m. I Price reasonable. Corbet
........i, fclow.lilp lad prsoehlneu4m. .t'' Krome A\...? See Joi. L. Hick- and lit Ave.
St. .
I ton, Naranja. (J7-2I) Smith, Cor. ,
CHURCH OF GOD at residence of W. B. Flowers,

ORDERS for home Homestead. (U)
fJOMglTIAD-SOI N. W. Tint even..1 LEAVE YOUR

ha ko>. 9CoeUn.. Bailor. Bond: I I cooked fooda-o-caket, pies taladi,.
rkons at :.d a. ..;; proaehtno at 11 n. '. CHEAPER TOO slow, etc:::;at Hospitality House,,. TUTORING WANTED high
T ohlldmMotUai '
, and T i4S n. m. Junior Y. P. at COOLER school and grid school subjects.
... itreet
I at T In "' Prayer 17 W. Mowry B
46 | n, M. Wodnaaday.CHCRCII Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. .

f' OF THE NAZARENE IF YOUR CAR OR BOAT engine Plummer drive and Country

I wallet oil and gat. try Club road.

,ROMg6TRAD-.Tita Ho W.'I-/ Park j OVRHAUL. Takes only 30 minutes -
, tunday sellout nt a. w WANTED Will
J.W.rrrbap" at. II d .. and Tilt ,. n..: to install saves oil and gal CLEAN RAGS
: .. snd Junlantontine .t 6..0 d. exchange subscription or advertising
Y. up to 50%: increases compression
! m. ..Is....,.. _, .6 Wednesday ..nnli3o.p. and speed. Cost only $3.95 for clean rsgs. Leader
(P1INCRTON-'he Rrr. B P. Cowotor SAYS P.. SAM :
Bundar Khool at .-4oi = SERVICE

,; .. If:i& a.-m ,and visa p. m. lots III' ..... of
wens at-1Ml youni peoples mrotltlt. >. FOR SALS-Housf on Vyo l> tM City at Coral 0. County
II Prayof' nMotlat Wednesday i ikT. it ..1I' Florida City borne ,0n Eighth Dnoo, SUM of riorldi .. embroiled In Or-
f electric cookery No. Sill. Th. o.wm.ftt of HidBroMtty
.. Get tlflonl
r it and Dixie Highway( BargainApply ......... th., Mid C.rt/fiale. knuodwni
' : t EI"SC PAL Cook J. M, KBx,l1Ma$2. Deer- In tho urn* of Unknown.
. facts today. t, Cooonut Wirohomw Caner
r :. lOHN'B" t. ... .. arMurth : II I field ,ffT (J9-30)) In Lot Uw City of =Goblon, County of 'at(
I' f .t rest, l8om!:: ..iwf4.atMalyrn. ft. 1Mackfbrd F. health. Dace, sate of Florida u embraced I. OnUflenta -
communlan Iii IiiaM tastier more of uldrooorty
, raotoru Mil* u 1 I" APPLICATI" No. 1..0. Th.m.nl
.. aehool at time.METHODIST NOTICE OF FOR ender the Mid CortlfluM batedwas
11 a. Sunday
foods with less I TAX ur.uu In UM namo of Unknown.
j : ful Chapter Itllt-..... of HIS flla AlfMKOT1CK Lot It, Coconut Grove Wirohouoa Onu-r,
I of
| It HLHEHY: OWEN that MW In the City of Coral Oaklo.. County

i > )IOMBr1TIAtf-tlld ...... JT. 1. Richard.. work new comfort r_. holder of City of Coral l Dado State No. of 1511.PlorMn Th., M assessment club.wed. of In Cor.MidUroporty
No. mi nti t'n tlflnito
orufioatM/ "
>o or. Sunday r.11aul at and'7-IO 41 a.p. m nsJuniorlioatnc .: I tI.Ta.. 1517 1618. 264#. <>.., sail Gabl\\ under the Mid Cortlflrnto.. eased
bnvariilno at U convenience. See .... the of Unknown.Lot
'at l-Kr p. m HI Loonia 1 and IMI ..... II.'. U4 and 1647, . .. A. D. INI. has filed Cooonin Grove
of Julr.
Laaiuo nt a:So p. : lrd day .I' J
flunky bins Jublr. Countybndo
6:0e V. in: of Coral
made application for In th
nd bu
.,>nwHiie-nt "70 n, m. W.dn.ada.Itt'tk your electric dealer.ROY III tan mj a.d office to no issued .......... Bald Stan of riorUn, M embraced l. OrrUfloalo .
PALM-.TII* Ro. *. K: Wall., I." "...... ombrato the followln c.r'l/ No. "41. The MMMDiont of Mid
'..M-ti fnaday school every Sunday at rty, In the County at bid, amt N Property under the cold CortlfteaM/ based
-10 ijni., r.*lt>. sunken on first thlr.d prop Florida, to-aril VM In th. name of Unknown.Lot .
i.. n/th .odop.1 It.. m. and 1,Itg p. .. Lot 1. Commit Grew WarrhoiiM Center II, Coconut Grove Warehouse Center
, TW' Hot 1. K. Walln 11I the City of Coral Goblet, County aiWbL In Uw, City of Coral Oabbm. County .ol
G .._
.. _
In C.llflrau >-
at I .. m. tundaKhool Matt of Florida. M embraced In Can Dado, lint of KliirMn.
pray CHANDLER of mid.roperty '
Manager N. U4I. Tho .ioiim.nl
.concubine UffcnW Mo. .m. The movement of coldsreperto
t CHVRri uno>r the said Certificate bawd '. under the Mid Certificate bandwas

FLORIDA Hn,. C CITT 0 N.I.COMMUNITY... _.... Church.. Phone 3002 Florida City was In I.the Coconut came of OreWarehouse UnknownLot C.n..r.In Lot In 11 the, Coconut Maine of Grove Unknown Wnrohou, *. Conon..i

, at I* n. m. proarhlni at 7.10 p. the City of Coral Cabin. County of,I" the City of Coral U.btCounty
FTho' ; o.li prayers and Bible study Wtdnoi Dado. gut of FlorMa. M onibraeo* In C.r. Ado rata of PlorMa, o> sulkiness. In OrIflrato
7:10. mesa No lilt TIM aoMomont of laidproptrty No >I44. The assessment of Mid 1
r.IE LAND COMMUNITY CBTRfHTaa I SUNSHINE SERVICE I undrr tho cold C.mfkato luucdWM ,rop.ny under the Mid Cortin.... wood
Chllrch!! of Unknown.
ROT C. O. Nol'on putor. In the care of Unknown.Lot VM In the same
Warehouse ConloT, Lot 14C.eoaut lima Warohouw Contor, ,
C< onii t Grow
COMPANY In .I City at Coral Gaakw. County of I. the City of Coral Onbloa. County in.
NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT [>.d.. state of Florid., M embroiled In Corllflrau J.4. state of Florida. H omhracod of In Cor.Uleato MMronony
f TAX DEED I No ISM The monument of wUproperty \ No. 1141. Tho assessment
... Arta of HIS-Plla A NINation the said Corllflrato baurdu
00.. 17417- KlniIwldor under tin sold Certificate owiodwn under
a b harmer. gives that A. M. ..1' In the cam, of Unknown. In the came of Unknown.
of Sate and County Tin Lot"II Coconut Grove Warehouse Center
SMI baud the tth day d Aural: 'Cent". : III the. bly of Coral Gablo. County of
I"D: my offlc.and _h...... to Car J.OV Stato of rtorW. u ombraood In Cor.
banpamad. application for ... .oed 1 Dodo. State of riorld-o. M
n .... I II II'..... No. .&... The ...m of Mid Ull.... No. 1141. The assessment of MMiroporty
Coniflcat moordrn
to ha Lewd th.roon. Doug litho ,Manly, indor tho cold C.MICIcata. Issued. under the Mid Cortlfltato
the followlnnooMribod property In the some of V.hn.III i
of Unknown.Lot
V.... state of Floridal I roe In the cam Coconut Crow Warehouse Center ,
County ot 6, Coconut<< Lot II
.'. STILINGReal i In the. City of 8.i"i tho City of Coral GablM County edsk '
I l WH Lot !d. Block 1. Ro-lnbdn. at l I EDWARD .. Sate. of Florid no ombr..... In ace state of florMi, H ..h_ In Cor.Ifkata
0..... Rldn ,..k. Plat Book II Pap IIIn 1,10.... No. 161*. Tko assessment of mill No. 1147. The n..o..moat of HMiroporty
the County of Dada, Sun at Florid........, .'" andof use aM Certificate. kwirdunw ender tho Mid Certificate houHaa
of MM property of Unknown
I I Tht assessment In th nama of Unknown In tho name
the Mid owtlfloata loiiiod was In Mia nan Lot t, Cron Warehouse ConUr, Ual M Hid Lortlflrauo .hall ha rodormodwordlni
General Insurance /01' to law. the property o rrlbodhorrln .
fit Vnk.awtl.V.I. Estate Coral Gobi.. County of
.... HM aortlflcnu hall bo yodormWarMrdlnr _'bodthorot1t : I In[)>,.>the. 8t t. of P1orlH. u ombmeod In CortlfknW will n. told In the behest. hlddvr. ..tt1Io
... the tint Hominy
to law tho property Moomnont of Hidrroprrty Court H. dour un
will bo sold to the hlihoM hMuoiat 'I No.under ISI1 the Tho Mid Certificate lomodHtB ,n the month of A....... lose, which h the :
tho Court below door on the. tint blowday : I of Unknown. 11h day of A...... tula.Datod .
of A_" less, which:1 NOTARY PUBLIC In the name the 1'M,
ra the I II Lot 7, famuli GraM W.nhoirw Contor ilh.'llt"T'\rR: \ j
li the 7th day of August, IMS.D \ In the City of Coral Cabins. County a
ISth day of 10... IMS.B. fork of Commit Court, T
tod tan Dido. Meta of PtorlH.. M imbraood In Corllflrabi '
B- LEATHKRMAN, I and Ave. B Florida City I No ItM. The MMMIMM of Hidrof Dndo County, rlorldn.Clrtull .
Court. Ave. ,
i Clark Dado of Connty Circuit Florldn.Clmlt Cor. Palm Fla.1 .rtr undo the mid Certificate heard Court trolBy 1''C. STERN 1>. 0

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6 Juno so. SO, July t, 14) 1



'. Colored Town. Lots :

Well Located ,

': $100 each for inside lots; corners $150 i r.


Homestead Fla.
Church b
North Krome Ave. Next



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} }I. Housewives No.Prunes 24 N Ll Juice Qt.

; ,' ) can 13C 25e
t lei;I Requirements: 2 eup pastry
r '/f flour, Vi teaspoon baking soda, 44 PHILLIPS DELICIOUS DIXIE CRYSTALS
t T teaspoon salt, i eggs, 1-J cup but-
;: ter, 1 K", strained
,(S I' orange cup juice sugar, and grated cup rind of PORK AND BEANS ............ N0.1 cans SUGAR

.J'I 1 onnge TOMATO SOUP ...................... .
,"\ Sift and measure flour. Sift VEGETABLE SOUP ................ 3 5 Ibs. .__ .24C
; ) three times with baking soda and
'r; (alt. Cream butter until light and 1-
lemon colored Add sugar gradually SPAGHETTICELERY .............................. FOR Carnation Milk
I beating after each addition. SOUPASPARAGUS
r' Slowly add eggs which have been 3C ,
ref beaten until they are almost alI SOUP 3 tall cans .19CGERBER'S '
stiff ai whipped cream. Add
,: orange rind. Alternately add dry
Ingndlentt and orange Juice, beating ARMOUR I FOR
:', until imooth after etch addition. '
Turn Into a greased paper- > Pkge . . . .-.1.7c Tomato Juice can. 15Ct
lined loaf pan. Bake about SO
minutes In loaf pan or 20 to 25 t-
I minutes If layer or cup cakes are .
., I, made. When cool, lee with coconut ... ot 1
orange iroiUng. Ur"- 3 cans . . . ... cwe. POTATOES for& 25c

; :( The win home gardener recog- PILLSBURY ALLGOOI WHOLE PEELED WINNER uo. Its SIZE LED BOX
i: nixes and encouragei her Insect ;
'"':f' friend commonly, for found torn on of garden the insects plant FLOUR Apricots Dog Food Super Suds

::yr;;!:\ sects are of that great are help pettiThe in.destroying 5 lb. bag .ZZC No.2Y2 canJ:5c: 6 cans .,..25C 2 for ---15<:'
familiar small red or orange
7S: colored beetle with black spots on
Its back, called the "ladybeetle" CRYSTAL FLAKE: AMERICAN BRAND KOSHER
or ladybird, li one of the most VAN CAMP'S
r, helpful of all inaectt because It Cooking Oil Dill Pickles
eata the plant lice or aphid that
attack to many garden plant Pork and Beans No. 2% can 2 for 19c
,a, Lad bbeetles also eat the egg of 1 Gal. can .8c Qts. .. Sc ,
many other Injurious uuecti. Entomologists .
find that an adult Chili Con Came, No. 1 can, 2 for. 19c
beetle require a dally ration of SUNBURST SWlfTI
50 to 80 plant lice Mistaken
gardeners -
J that these have small sometime beetle were supposed the Bartlett Pears Corned Beef Red Beans, tall can, 2 for. . 17cNo.

4.i i parent of aphid or plant lice,!
".",, rather than their enemies. 34 can .1Sc Per Can Ioc Spaghetti, tall Can, 2 for un. 19c
Another Insect that feeds on I
: aphid 1* a green sluglike maggot
,, about halt an Inch long often GREAT NORTHERN Fancy Unseated Blue Rose DELMONTE VACUUM PACK PURE GOLD
.j f marked with whitish
These maggots also are often seen' BEANS RICE COFFEE FLOUR
; in the company of aphids on plants
).";, because they are feeding on these

#:A: pests.banded tyrphui The small fly :1 yellow* the adult black-of 2Ibs. .n :l5c SIbs. .. :Ic Lb. .. .Z5e LBs.17c .t ms 5ge

{t., these helpful green worm

ground sun other beetle helpful, lace-wing Insect file are, GOLDEN RIPE SOFTE" Try-New Churn gold

s and tachlna file which do much
to cut down the number of Insect BANANAS I Toilet Tissue I Mayonnaise Guaranteed
i that feed upon plantain the garden

THE MILDEW PROBLEM 3 Ibs. __ __ :IC 3 for .. ..23C2 Pints .13c Pints 23c Qts.. 42c
l' Watch for mildew during warm,
) muggy spells In summertime,when
the relative humidity I* high. Mildew FIRM BIn: RICH CIEA.\l1' SYLVAN FARMS FRESH CHURNED 'LD.
I may appear in I few hour
on clothing in,closets oa shower Tomatoes SPRY Roll Butter 29c
curtain and other household textiles
or on floors, furniture,leather -
bag or shoe, which are poorly 2 Ibs. .... :l5e
ventilated It may appear also in 3 lb. can SSe '
lighted locations, or in a ROCKY FORD
t i damp house that has been closed

., up If for fabrics a while.must be stored, put Cantaloupes Bacon lb. Z4c21g.

them Iadt) place. Article in laUFfBUOY ,

trunks because in the the cellar cellar is often commonly mildew for ..%7c SUNLIGHT AMERICAN

damp or poorly ventilated PCR'S.0:
Mildew is a fungus growth. FRESH CULTIVATED PROTECTS 3 for .. 19c 21b
Characteristic mildew spots are HEALTH Cheese 39
gray, green, yellow, or black.They Blueberries Pkr
may vary In site from a pin point
to a cent Once In the fiber of a
fabric, mildew stains.are next to Quarts .2c: LUXILA1ES HEAVY WESTERN I 1.
impoulble to get out. Cotton is

more. susceptible than. woolengoods. I TENDER GREEN LAMi REGULA' Chuck Roast Z7c

On leather bag or shoes, BEANS \aa 23e tOe
IJ'Owl.f mildew can be brushedoff
It found promptly, and the I
article can be washed. Cloth binding 2Ibs.for.1.9c SELECTED L'B'
or books contain SO per cent
or more of starch and gum and are SELECTED RINSO Pig's Liver J.7c
a favorable place for mildew fungi
to flourish. A coat of clear lacqueron I.AItGI REGULAR
tb* cover and back will pro- Yarns Za ,
tect book from 23e ge
coven mildew and FRESH DUi_11110" S a
alto from roaches and waterbugi. 5 lbs.
When several article start mil.doer" ..17c:
the) whole house probably Fryer..Roa8ter 35c
need to be thoroughly dried out 1'110MP8QN SUDLUI TOILET
and aired. Floor and woodwork LUX ., .
may".weed wiping with a damp GRAPES :
clott) containing a little kerosene

I 2Ibs.fQr-25c V;:B3 for _.19c Oleomargarine ZSc '

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