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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: August 16, 1935
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00033
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME XXIII-NUMBER 33. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MORNING, AUG. 16, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS
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DIVERSIFIED Homestead By Winning Boy Crashes Yacht Club'A.,P.HandicapA News U. S. D: A 'ENGINEER CONFERS




SPORTS HERE SIGHT FOR WEAK Billy .Arthur;'li-yar-od-on oi HERE wITNADVOCATESOF

A. F. Arthur ef Homestead, broke

EYESBecfamiaw Into the Associated Press dispatches -

COACHES' AIM Sunday when his 12-foot CONTROLLED WATER TABLE
with this hme.u.1meet moth boat. the Gull, made by the

of It. anyway'-the Lead- Rtckson boys of Naranja, won the

er-Enterfiria will fee printed handicap close race in the weekly" -

ITheo. Bleier and Miss Bet la a lye which while only Lewes (Del) Yacht Club regatta. Crop Loan Application 1 Not Only Feasible but Also !-

ty Murphy Now Head III hall.,.... larger lists MM Skippered by William, the' little, Blanks Fail to Arrive Necessary, Says

I' City Recreation type wed heretofore to esee sailboat covered the _lap'' I I Clayton

.. than twice M rea4a.... The course ur seven minutes, I? sec Application blanks for federal

TO SEEKEQUIPMENT some W this type, Which WM onda.. emergency crop loans announced i KEiFwATER
Billy, with his mother and sister to become available August IS to MUST
FOB UNUSED COURTS designed especially te aaveeyestraln Mary Frances, i* visiting relative September U, have not yet been 1 AT LEVEL OF ROCISteft'ani
to Excelsior else in Lewes. News dispatches described received by C U Steffanl, county
Swimming Pool to Be ReHabilitated 7V4 point (T> mint tin to him a* the nephew of the agricultural agent, h* said last

aa Center exactly MM herb hi h..lbtr. Gull's owner, but the boat was' night bit. Steffani added, boW.j and Dr. Wolfe Explain -
entered in the uncle's name because ever. that the blanks !, Damage Done
: of Interest The type fermerly egad WMt
;,- I of Ms membership in the rive at any time, although h* ha*, by Low WaterB.
points high. club. It has been announced had no notification as to when to : ;
Diversified community oporto, To Hili....* the readability Since th With the municipal swimming pool of er new type with the ..... yesterday, that Billy will' :'be liven ==ot the fall emergency : 8, Clayton associate drainage
at th to*' rutting the nearby point shuffle and extension board I' lay the In and Around Homestead full credit* the owner M bit application crop low must b* made ba* engineer ol the United States ...-
for membership was tor April I, 1138 A maximum pertinent ot agriculture, spent Friday -
tennis and volley ball court immediately pat alongside the frontpages pending before "club. of $900 will be allowed, less any and Saturday In Homestead

public interest or M cam soon be a*awakenedto sufficient We predict Chit yo r Mrs. Arthur and Mary Trances 'unpaid balances. on previous crop and farming areas of South Dade

provide the necessary equipment I ere will be glad of the change, are expected *'return Saturday,! loans. conferring with agricultural authorities'
and other advocates ot
but Billy will remain at Lewes
: wilt be the object, of .fMo.
3. Bleler and Miss Betty Murphy, until September 18, water control and inspecting some
Self-Inflicted Bullet I I PAXSOiN FAVORS of the canal in Which flood gates)
Uefcly appointed FEHA recreation
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would be constructed In the planto
directors for Homestead. Wound Said Accidental EXTEND LONGVIEW LINK maintain water table that will
I a
I The electrics fight line of the FOR RURAL
Mr. Bleler, graduate of Miami $8,000 Insure protection to farmersagainst
Florida Power:& Light Co. south
University and assistant coach of
GuUsepl a.mtekn both drought and flood.
of :Palm avenue on Longview road
Miami School last arrived -
High year I to the Kendall hospital Tuesday are being extended eight pole BADE PUBLICITY At the conferences were County
several days ago as commujuty'director -
: afternoon with a bulk wound in farther south thi* Week to carry Agricultural Agent C. H. Steffanl
and coach of Home
steed High School to replace Che I the temple said to have been accidentally service to the grove residence of I I -- Dr. H. S. Wolfe, horticulturist in
inflicted a* he was clean H. S Lyon Dave Walker "end Bud :South Miami Com charge of the Subtropical Expert
coach-
McCracken. who Joins the County
; lag a .22 calibre rifle In his horn Nelson. meat Station here, County Com
tot';)tatt of Ida M. Fisher High 'on 10th ,street and Avenue B, missioner Becomes mlssUnwr H. L. Cook, City En-

School at Miami Beach. Miss Mur- Florida City.Rtsmosrs,4 I Redland Lion gin er j JE lu, Hook Jr., and frank
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M? A jy.-'.,Murphy ? < ins from despondency have not fesenUng'th*. Homestead Rotary
Homestead High
graduate ot County Commissioner J. Lamar
been confirmed. Club, of the law which
School. win take MM Margaret t Pawn was announced as a new sponsor
James D. Black, neighbor of the REVISE IN 'SLATE makes possible creation of water
Delaney place a. director of recreation member of the Lions Club of the
wounded man, who made an attempted control districts in this county
fog children. Miss Delaneywill Redland District at the meeting of
resume her studies at Florida attack on Wm. J. Gcron- OF LAST the club in Its Den on Silver Palm After listening to data presented -
state College for Women. imo,town marshal,when he cam ROUNDI drive Tuesday night Taking partIn at the conferences and obtained
to Investigate the shooting, was first hand in his trip over the
)sir: 'Bleler has obeen placed in a discussion of the advisabilityof
farm and Mi
grove areas nay-
lodged in Jail and a telegram sent
charge Of the swimming pool. the Miami area's including its
Walton Meets Brooker Tonight ton expressed It sit his iplnlon
to the state hospital for the insane -
rural back in the advertising
One of the first things on the at Chattahoochee, from which ; Lions vs. Blue literature country it sends out Mr.- that water control in this section
program will be a thorough clean Black was discharged two yean I I. not only feasible but also entirely -
In*lot the pool and, with the approval ago. Goose MondayThe Paxson said'"I : necessary He returned
Of the council's pool propose that a certain amountof
city Tuesday to Belle Glade where h*
committee, the application of a diamond ball game between money be spent to advertise the is stationed in connection' with
of to the bottom Walton Nurseries and Brooker rural sections of Dade County I
met parafu wax the construction of the flood control -
end:side ot the pool to prevent MAGAZINE ,WILL Lumber Co, scheduled for Monday think the county should spend dykes around Lake nkeecho-

the. Adhesion of algae, Mr. BtelMaid. night, August 8, but preventedby 18,000 for this purpose next year" bee, and his official report will be
,?,'Springier springboards, TELL OF PERSIAN rain will be played tonight Mr. Paxson also said later, in sent from there.P'r'eliminary .
construction of diving tower I following the game between W. conversation that be was going to plans for the water
and 'completion of dressing rooms D. Home Co. and the Rotary team, delve Into state road department control project include the placing
together with installation tlf bet- LIME DOOM HERE the only scheduled game for this record and find out what had of 34 water level page In East
ter facilities will be sought as fast date. become of appropriation whichhe Glade canals emptying into Biscayne -
as funds can be obtained from any I The games rained out last Monday believed had been made for Bay to ascertain the period
eoflrce. The babie wading pool Country Gentlemen- Buys 1 night, August 12-Lions Cubsvs maintaining the Krome avenue of rIM and fall in the water level
Goulds Growers and Home VI": extension to the Tarn!ami Trail-
will be put back Into commission. and how much the ocean tide la
"Green Gold Rush" I
by'Steve Brooker-will be played Monday now In a dangerous condition because -
Junior and senior life, saving 1 affecting this variation Several
t Trumbull night of next week, and the whole of long neglect and failure
extensive had to
classes will lit conducted by Mr. farming project
Hitler who recently pasted the tb.1 schedule of the second. round of to' provide it with, ajt &tt \IJ1ace" be abandoned: : wttti giwat "tort' IlIaC "
examiner's test in these subjects. The Creen" Gold Rush", i* the second half which was to begin Bale James, Mlam civic worker Mason because the fresh water
He U proficien .. anr\rnmln.1n- title of an article by Steve Trum Monday, will be moved back who wa a guest speaker Tuesday level went so low that the saltwater
structor and (or four years be had bull describing the rapid extension : one date, with the exception of night spoke on the value of goodwill cam up througH use canal
charge Of a municipal swimming and development of the Persian the Thursday afternoon games, His talk was an analysis andextension and lowlands,seeped into the farmland
lime Industry in this section which will be of what he described asa
fool in Appleton, WU, played a* and killed the crops. It wa
Which Country Gentlemen hag accepted The amended "sort of slogan", written by said at the conferences It Isproposed
> .rbe shuffle board tennis andvalley for publication In an early second round of the ICheduJ4I4.1 Amos ParrUh, which he quoted as to prevent such a condition
ball courts need only surfacing
follows
issue. diamond ball league's :
by canal gates that can be
and equipment to be put which attractedthe Is follows "The most thing
The "gold1 has as precious anyone closed to build Up a fresh water
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Into operation, Mid Murphy said, "rush", of course, I fa the comparatively Tues., Aug. 29-- vs man or store, anybody or "head" under the farm ,i,.reds that
. tad she was starting out yesterday high price commandedby Dixie; Home vs. Rotary. anything can have, i* the goodwill WlU keep out the salt water
to find out if the city, the din* Persian limes on markets when Wed., Aug. 21-Texaco vs.Goulds of otherS. It.* something Samples of the soil front thMtft
mend ball league, the Rotary ChIli other fruit and produce U bringing ; Brooker v*. T. T. A. as fragile as an orchid--and as farms sent to the agricultural
"or1 'somebody or something else practically, nothing. Thurs, Aug. 22-Dixie Drug vs. beautiful as. precious a* gold oratory at Gainesville shoved *
would not play Santa Claus sever* Mr. Trumbull he taken part in Goulds Growers; Lions vs, Texaco.Frl. tGonUaM ,on, j f+ ff, ?wwIM high percenUi of"wit- "''enough
months in advance and sponsor the '"Green Cold Rush", u b* ., .Aug. SJ-Hornef'VI., Walton J .S n ""n for bay-bottom 1U('. it wi said.
the Job of putting the courts.into and Mrs. Trumbull spent moat'ot :?Fertilize Root vs. 1*.,ff A7 1 THE WEATHER Dr. Wolf and Mr. StelTsnl said
commission She want to seethe the summer here supervising the I Mon., Aug. 28-Brooker vs. Rotary that td l/uur sufficient moisture
city park develop Into a real b" __=
planting of a Persian lime grove ; Walton Yf. Fel1W.r.I ttI---
tablt must be
the water
for
community recreation center, and tt.e-N-M II....... N"t".mwd JI'IoritIL crops,
on acreage which they purchased! Tues, Aug. 27 Lions vs. made T. >caw>
(Continue on
., she believes that In sports as wen about a year ago. They left yesterday I Goulds; Home vs. Brooker. I IDS" Ire ,7::e\ Pee HUh
as b> agriculture diversification tot Chicago where Mr. Wed., Aug. SB-Liora vs. Turner Xug.""a :-..- iT< 8 JO.IS' 2 Big Avocado Shippers
should be the rue:: In order to seur Trumbull win resume his workas l ; Walton vs. T. T. A. Aug. I __ 82 n 3013, Not Mentioned in Story
# | fait' retvr/W to everybody. radio director for a national ad Thurs, Aug. 29 *. lions -vs. Aug. 6 ___ U 61Au&
''J.LEEfli7IWEaE vertlsing agency. While here, Dixie; Turner vs. Texaco. II _J15 n .004 I Through erro i mad tr the composing *
I GARDEN Mr,) and Mrs Trumbull occupied Fri, Aug. JO Brooker ... Fee Aug. 1 ....._ t3 72 3001 020 i room and not eu.u by the
+ An.agrkultur bulletin. entitled Mr Eva Collins house at Bis ttliser; Walton vs Rotary. .AUK.I >. 7 _,_ 11 10 211.17 J3 proof reader; the iFlorida. ,
Home [ written byhorticulturist cayne drive nd the Dixie High Mon.. Sept. 2-Horn* vat f. F I I A..g. 9 .._ to 10 2UI I .,Cnmn F: S. Jamison it'n. way A.; notary vs. fertilizer. 'Aug.Aug.. 9 __ 11 TO 2Ut .40 cede Grow wen
of the Florida Station, Advertising expert and a writer 'Tues., Sept. 8-Texaco vs Dixie; 10 U 4U' 30.03' list ot awcido II
Woo received It by County of exceptional ability, Mr. Trum Rotary vs. I", T. A. t Aug. U _...,.. to 61 JJ.M Joined for mar
a\ltnt c. 13oS u4 1ImtlIu1h bull was in charge of radio publicity Wed., Sept 4 Turner Au. 13 ..__ II 70 3008 !sale! set-up of j
Si' ell art available for the Century of Progress Goulds, ; Home ".: Fertilizer Aug. 11 _. 10 30001.81 ers of Calift j jCcient
.t both biI teed and Miami Exposition and came hers shortly Fit, Sept (Walton ".. Brock 1 1.\1.1. 16 .. II 71 so.oeAuc. I vivo;
411f'ftll. '' after the doe 9C the fair last 7tar.! et. 11 .__ t1 30.02 shipping. .
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ENTERPRISE Friday, August 16. 1935 )
THE LEADER
_.. Two
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The official box More and summaries j lit.." .. C'''.'''''. N.u 1 """ ,
J : hear.. Wyon, H.dh.. I'.lf- :
Rotes Goose-Egg Silver Cup for League Firsts Game a Tie, read II follows: I Ir. : baN i1'Mu' he.-rasa "t,
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Jo\\IIIIO 'WtIIWM
,, -I .-Grdtrea1 1etM, 4 4
.. Ghamptent TurnerTaTTes: All .. e "w'ai'M. 1 oI.t G"" .....,it RtauyI e4.! "'' ;'I*
.Fri'tqreaF1j'{ : ; i ,l .,1"-r'ql"" to.. i-t f 0 II ;, Ia1 1
Rows The 115 chaihptAnahlp teurt olth Down 15 to 9'Wtttt'ha ; fI I ,
: Pars
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will be prcaegteft witH 8aULcag.ue awhen \; 'I 1 1 ".""It P.L.. 0 I III .It ,:. : : \1 I. C ',f

22 .: I ecore of lilt Thurllfay'agsa.e 'fi. t, ] ndl't ; ..f t "J
The tfotary Club diamond ball lerylni cup mv\el.hf fi, Let U
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funerar J
wand :
between Turner ,10 fl I t p
I fie winni* rje MjM4It < __ .. ( I f O'1 }
tram gooae-vgged the Homestead U II .... 1 0 0
Home and of stars picked df o 1 .
team UIK ...
a ..toa 4L
Future Farmers Wednesday night the end of the aroood halt of from all the other strta' teams announced 1WMr \ .! ;:! Rejuvenate'Your
und garnered a total of six rUM the present season according to an iMrtead of T to 6 Tomb. III II II Table II' 0
tie
for I Itaelf However, although the announcement made yeat4rday by M a UMMlEIL.1. ._ 50000-t
favor of Turner. due to error Car
In ,. I a04.--11
held A. r Arthur, president of the, '
Tanners failed to score, they lW..r lYMIoMtt.l.aSSL .
funeral tome '
the Rote down *o well that a fFA league ; In acorctkceptng. the :Iffiww!*, :MkM.fcll.: Mur.W .

hitting rally anywhere in the game The hal ,been ordered and : girl lifted Into the same pitted Oiror* hams nw Tkunu; stab. Wood Work
cup team last night and came out with UMI ftelbfatl. ku M k>llt: off HviwI
could have changed the itory will be on display at Words Jewelry off Hnw.r4 tot Vulva aMi kr Harper ..
in another exhibition .......
a 15 W 9 victory ....tq vMvliM Harpy: loMnit Body, Fender Repairs'II
In the second W. D. Home Store ai soon aa It arrlveaKnck .
game came on the municipal field ........ : uinpln lunnmKllrk
Co. defeated rertlllzer Row 20 to 1 ;-w; .. Tops and TrimmingSeat
The two contests stand at two P. ,. A. as .11. h
B First at bat, Home started the Mil Utkk. It Want ON R-bm.! distinct instead of last Caves oe J 0 0 Woodbury tb 4 Covers
game off' with nine runs and gave I .. I ruing. .. M.tkb S I In 4 Ian,..., games Mab.e. .t .0 1\iamb Ile 0. I'
Fertilizer the run-around again Inthe .mpnt summers sal Art. night came being a continuation N.aef 8 I o Wn.w.f 1 1 1 PaintingArt's
of the tie of last week.
come
third for six more. Fertilizer 01 a 4 1 r
Friday Aa obtained from the scorekeeper CIuIll"If" I ;, : 0 01
did not wore until the third, when In games night Rotary the box score and summaries MUtratU rf I 1 Ik 5 1 1.
one run was brought in, and it was defeated Fertilizer Row by a 9 to lr..ab 10 rf st Paint .'
were: V... Ik 1 Q OJ\\I.,.n .. I' I Shop
not until the sixth that Its remaining 1 score and Future Farmer lost 5p.rite. of I 0 1 I(.nil : 1
All Store r IoI1'vMr J e barks. :
four tattles were cored. It to Home Co. byt a two run margin els.ra.r w 2 -supers. 1 was such a one-tided merry-go- t to 4. The box scores and :.:: .. : ; 11 Horn.rfIGoo.l. .:.:.. : f 1 TotahWilton -4-4| 1.101th 871511 SOI N. KltOMRAtF.Beautiful

round that the bleachers began summaries, ai obtained from the Sallee.,. It p.:' : : iHiilllr.1 Ik Ib : j 0 104h. 1604221 1'n
iThur.bttor ... .. 4 r, r A, o1001 4
of the ib '
emptying midway gome official
scorekeeper, were: 1 :
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The official' box scores and turnmarlea ,...11_ .. r ...", ale tI 10 Snare I ''.0 Harper 1 .. : : t
read followti Terser a 0 .1. Ro.If..I Smith :; :. : t IIVana; Ibiun.hr 1So
ai wtttkop. I 0 ,,".. III I e I Coed '.' U r0 11 '
....., a r k r, r, AS at r 10 sued t 0 I Hum 0. Id 0 i miner K 18 i II Tu.... II. 0 I $tattdard"
Kotiw If k MhlralUMl. \1 e Hipbone Ik I Ib : it!1.!.we a. : : 1 ;ik- I' 1IH K<*r..|b.f IBdw.rt.lf of 0 H..... .' I.JIO. '
II"cot III, 4 f M' tKrnr. .f a e 0 'i1 .. J'lllmm. .'tb I 1 .
I'banks r 4 Clonl..... 55 I 0 tfl.m Urwnmif Of' I fjflumvm m.. e a* 1 t.1o 510. TaL .a "Ii i l1
III .1 a JMIIUM Ib .* I fltavnr Iff _
.rn tb. d H.II 0 Tkrmr soty ao4.1sy
Lied .r I Kllr' It 0 0t GtHrrUn .i<* C4ae l h...ri4T Ji. .. '" ,4 aunt .:_l o 4/ o I tn 0

"I"""'."..,,,"r .11 I' ..Ie. of I.I 0 a 0Mi 11.- .f. ...: ..a'ta.lIttH'*".xIWe'* .".. 1 a I > > kMkiU Wtb. t.''''(:, M.nxrr. Tbur-
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e' rd rf : : rf 01'.nder 'r.:: ioa0 = Murthr kom. efbs.1 homes u111rs..torn. ItaI IU, n. H.-I
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aobrsrof v .: :JNOII i .\ 0Torre T..II :.. .'" *, h ....._ t? I 4 er t W.skil.rem mwk us.a b. .Harper I

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.16' air PwW1w Km. .,_.... .:..,t I I I 6 I ,-tt Yesterday afternoon, Turner
RM.ry. r. A, :.:::. .:.A : : : : : WP. Upon; WUt4cop, lame..*. JMIIMMI .... whipped Goulds Gr)weri' Blue

., 11_... ..irt. ...," 1. = = := Ww-.rd.. T. nw| Geese by IT to 4 and Dixie Drug -
Sparkman, V.n.l MriKk Mil kr JMwWr : BI t t M ra k Ui eR defeated Texaco girl, 7 to 4.
4, Kliek I: taw M ballet .K finds 1, llMora. I, Mo.tai 41 struck outi...bMM ..give at your
ankh 1. 1 Mo lo> 11 tunplrti 5.

r Cubs Cuffed 11 to 3 LIVING ROOM :
awns ate Pwilllm, ale r b ; .
r. P. A. .bMM b'Rane at .
C npMI Mill Turnm ..._. II 0 .. ,. .ji
c- 4 0 end unesmas .I a
NalllM Ik .. 4 5 Wlukiw .. ... I 6 0 'H> if" IClonlnmr 010 I Campbell so H By Turner; FF Bow ahock when one Into Bathroom or Kitchen | 'I
0 dura I I I Km if .. ''' IIX tk 4 : 6 Mullin. Ile : t tH. N o Kepi 0
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J I 1 I\Bwtk ef : : IIBn .._. a .. 4 R (Amuses of I a i To Walton 15 to 4 the MODERN home I They're just M beautiful M .
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>ck rf I I .I Ik II ... 1 1 I G' II 4
1 &>: .n Ik I 1 'I Ik I c. 5.111'\ .. If' 1 f Krpeaboeh. If. I n t living Room or Coast Chamber-fixture! designed aa ':,1
RCmnMIU I 1 .='t .: JlUkwtt 0 i Neil Ik I t IIIb.b. Ib 4 0 I :Jt1
Automobile color U chaired
0 110 IIOO Ik ..," I 511.6.4. After holding the score at 3-3 carefully a* a 1935 flowing
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f4 I IIAnilm Ko.1. Ib 4 I I Or ra > I t IH; .KM 1111. II 1 _...411 .! ..! Cuba gave way in the fourth Tuesday If you are a lover of Beauty and Perfection w.I Invite yon
Pulley I U 1C IKJIbki' II 0 T..... II. T.oIa.. $4 0 I
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night and let the Turner BlrU to tell our Bathrooms and Kitchen Sink,by tandanT.WE .
Total .411*Ml Total *7 I 4 r r A. 1 06--4
them about for 8 for
Moral, 000. 11 a- M ;.,.. ::.:: J n 0 : : cuff run a
Turner of 11 to 3-
nlllur Rae t t I 00 4-- ICrror victory
Two bow bibs D. luUlnui. Mill throe
.. 1.._ I, C._ A ..........' i kww kit.I II GoMmftai omjiiii ClonlnK i In the nightcap Walton Nur- CAN HELP YOU
...., be" Mil. Q. Campbell; ham.A .....I I N.ll t. V.in Peals kn M ballet olf series defeated the Future FarpiHers -
0 bow .0 b.n., RMaths. K4Mrti Kllek I itruok built kr ..*-: '
:"f8 .:J. Wit" ledwsrd.; eta 0. JI.. M4 .;iUr4 unainv IS to 4.'A. '* .
s ': *;;. *' llo :3 years to pay

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.".0"-"-'I\11 'L"f1IYti"Gnro'i."r.I Usnly'TaIlyin UI IfU 1'.., .-.i&At'RQNatTtslG vrairMr. ;of i9nptembertttedsethe! ,heir'PItI1\,who.naesgemen>wllM la ..W. Maxwell
: .TMt'ltr Mae'Liuior will :
: charts of tM present store durinf I
: $751NITRIZES'FOR : Q Game: leave Sunday tot New York their absenceREAD
With where they All buy mtrvKaitdli .me AITO. emus Smith'I:I
: Bushkillers
tor Mails Department Store and THE WANT ADS PIMM -
NE\V NAME I .- 1 for the new store In the Citizen office al teasel N. K
A horn nut by Bill Bradley, 'I' Bank building which will open in'I WANT ADS PAY
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---- i newest player In the Homestead -
Homestead Nor e Agent Diamond Ball League, was the
Announces South I only tally made In the game played I
i between the Homestead All
\ Dade Conte3t SUn tad Buahklll of Miami on the
; I local field last night The Refrigerator r
'?Meat-fire dollar l In cash or I Bradley' home run hit to deep
: 150 credit on the purchase'of anew left field and a single by Wynn that is powered to .
: \Worse Rollator refrigerator however, were the only two bib \
It tint In a Ttal of ten prizes 11a Homestead was able to get off make "MORE COLD
i contort announced by Mr*. George Schweitzer Bushkiu'i sizzling hot
: Chtnners Homestead Nor,* ropt pitcher<< with the two-armed windup THAI YOU'LL EVER
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rtsentatlv. to elect i name for The Miami lads garneredfive
OIL Pew Norge store which she hit oR Thomas and several i HEED"
frtctntiy, opened it 99 N. Kromt' times they were dangerously close; .tI
aVenue" The total value of the], to completing a circuit of the;
prizes;|is $15. base Umpire Art Relchert was 9aD
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,*,,Doer prize are M follow, :!i I! called on to make tome pretty
Second, '10.95 electric waffle iron close decision a* the BushklU I I
, ,end,sandwichtouter; third, $9.501 I runners tried to beat the ball to I e :
combination double riiiM tub and the basemen i t
! table; fourth $5.15 autamattc'eled6 "'The :box. score and summary:
" trlc Iron: fifth '$3.60. eleetrfctoaiter : .a* officially recorded read: I r
1_.._ d alawhleet w II I
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; ti fifth) ieyt -
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enth, $JJO, heating. pad: :eighth, I"* MBMM or' e I'' \
, "1IIt.. M seventh, ninth $2.115 'w..aawsetsa 1- 4S a i s--.e La.. Sh. *.. 9.4 see a ,
j toa.terpeotb.. tame a* ninth. Bmw Ik I' tlWHuM Ik I a 1 :)
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f a a 10 PbnliiM
N'] alternatlv of doubW the .cOlI : t a I tree of : : 1
I halos of any prize on than purehueprlet' H.rri. to. I a 'a\cflaes if s e I It
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of a. r a ea.hw.lt..r i
fcf a Nnrge will be gtveq, to t' .
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afar, ,priM winner ::t'oWIlt..... .Jf- sT\ ....., ',..,nBhklll .< eTtr
I 'Anyone over the age of 18 who : ... ,.a. I. e. 4: }
reside in .the territory from Per- HMMM4 t I e I a I. 1
rine couth (ek may enter the'NameWanted' con DAwalwr Tkauu II ...,-, ...>k tort
': test," Mr*,'. dinner aId The,.h act 5W..., .1 roe select for your home has 1
only exception are employee ort
other persons connected' with the t be entitled to the prior award,:i this amazing Rollaior mech
f new (toreOnly one prize will; whether for first second or tenth
; be awarded to any one-family re-, pl lze," anism. Own the refrigerator
;. gardiet,of how many names are'I' Judge of the contest will b*I
luboltted. : elected from residents of Home that saves up to It t a months
"Any letter of explanation as to I stead and vicinity, and their decision
.. why.a certain name 1* submitted: will be final, Mr* Chlnnerttald. Com in and let u* how you

should be written on a separate proof of Norge taperiot per
paper and signed with the same '
: name .that appears on to* entry,, fbrmaacfe MM*
blank Entry blanks, wblsh may NE\VT G. BALL
: be obtained at ileac store,will"be'! i
i, dated and numbered when returned *, rotary hWlclruue
'to uv and {In; ease- the same j{ INSURANCE AND fin
name Is submitted two or more, .ADRE UN>> $75..
contestant, the one whose entry U K. femme A...
blank show the earliest dale will M

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: Telephone Company I :

I .. We want a name for our new Norge store at 99 N. Krome Ave., Home

stead, and we want our friends in South Dade County to select it for Ult. t!
Southern Bell Company
: 0rH8 J. Is only, as big u the- We are, therefore offering 10 prizes totaling $75.00 in value for the ten suggested ,r.

people of Florida and the South II names which shall be adjudged the best by judges selected.. from residents ; .

.; I e' have required it to be, I of Homestead and vicinity. H:

The mfillort and
more than a
i a half people of this great State Anyone over the age of 18 residing iniheterritory, from Perrine" south'',

would not be satisfied with or be may enter this contest.

.. properly served by a company
of Jess size, Incapable of furnishing the high type of PRIZES
dependable, nation-wide service now required.
1st Prize-$23.00 cash. \
The telephone service needs of the people of Florida Sandwich
an large and it necessarily requires a large institution 2nd Prize-$10.93 Universal'Electric Waffle Iron and.
i to do Ibis big job. More than t4,OOOOOo local and Toaster
long distance calls! are made monthly in Florida, and
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3rd Combination Double Rinse Tubs and Table
.-the U responsibility for the continuous operation of a' Prize-$9.50 ,

service of such importance U large 4th Prize-$5.95 Universal Automatic Electric Iron'I

\ To operate, maintain and espied this Intricate sy> 5th Prize $5.50 Universal Electric Toaster
tern requires a small army of more than J.300 work.
t en,.whose annual payroll nearly It,300,000. 6th Prize-$5.50 Universal Electric Toaster7th

; Because of Its size the telephone Industry also one Prize-$3. 0 Universal Heating Pad

3 of the largest contributors to tile support of the State_ 8th Prize-$3.50 Universal Heating Pad
7 and Its subdivisions by the payment of taxes. Its tax .
., ; bill in Florida for 1934 amounted to more than ?422,.. 9th Prize-$2.93 Universal Toaster ..

.>' }; .000' .,.not including federal taxes. ', .10th PrJzc-42.95 Universal Toaster t ,
: The telephone compare) of necessity is also a large ,

i mer of raw materials, and spends large sums of money Choose a good name and submit It .
t b Florida for the products of the State.

Florida Is a trig Important State, requiring a telephone Should prize winner decide to purchase a Norge refrigerator, he may

f company large enough to insure continuous, turn in the prize won for double its value on the purr-hase'price, of the new '
adequate and dependable telephone service-a service "
Norge. Entry blanks be obtained from
; not limited by State lines, but world-wide m.its scope. may ,

: j A telephone company smaller In slate and resources \
i could not render such a service and would not be '

; l capable serving the people of.Florida satisfactorily.' +I i MRS. GEORGE CHINNERS :

.VERNON-BAHtt), FW*. Manatee;
l Homestead Representative
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Pllbh"' ..<4 Friday,* M 11lrnne14e04,1o ,, By ...... Kay ; ,

h, this *.lb Dad r.bllhln|: "................-..............-... of HT MBS. b S>. UMUKUar ; x .. ,,
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to Angeles: Twwity-om I: I ....UII' moons mom of It will be pent for i
CoWi ; ago when I left tbk town I Law .
\KtUtM ._ .... ......r**-t'j i uppowd to b* a big city /dad had I "KSttStftt ft'mH on rentIndere of balanr due', ---1.1' !
R\RRT .......,a '- : 1-4 t ,-. a great III*. If you don wnilren
then experienced two or three *o-I By ANMK!: LITTLE
Interested In Haiti' Then, .
Ktrtrml nl thus mR Matter alMl hoonu. and I ptcnU bow
M *rr "WMxkMi "
moment In this book Fir
There exciting
WM an by Rte1r '
Meal. tee. 1041. M floe no*SEW MUVOM laud tfl wy that the city 18TH INSTALLMENTEservly g.
the library the other day wtoen a A Ioederer. U I* a literary ,00,-
M MnmmtMd. FfcirUa, Dow the art w,a, fvtrbultt/ end couWnt; grow : '_
five bill floated down front election written
by !
dyllar a man w.ha
acid BM
and then notltol CMinnltt Burt ,
.. any alert was ,
f Morris 111117111.
'" and rested theBbfur4ln's first hand ,
the awony blue on a aoqualntanor wit*
.. to .u Uln It. An MM 4r>* twaM hi'.It'de. *
.. n1 desk, right b (or*,.br phase at Uf* on, the Inland Lord, :.. :
Bill. MUCK, .'00 A YEAR Theo the population wall around litemove a.eemw 1t. ;(u se41 I eeei ,For a mbiti ation i
to tie t t Me .'
body
hair tnJlon. Today it i* over } '' I
1.. 11 "i; o": : ttnioh it thinking perhaps tt *, with palate and .aIt.. and ;,1
I three tones that and still trowtnc. oraKntatio that tt '
I ; :only a juke bin, not really a true cBetr. and brought back rat :::-',
of'Mofafra1ishapttowM 4'vf been having a wonderful tirotIcouting I", or iiuartrrtr detMrat to the en
Agony bit. of the long green out I nil* Dan tJOM ef the land, the people gJ
out old landmark Hills outt* board mvok e* Its aurtortty.
1 print and **U In circulation It was TItle
very souly. author
t-f IrnlIIIDau..1I IIr the f.Ui ometlqw the crmlv< board Ii ;
tulles wet<< of the tttj ever which I ; ..
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j not it the
tee wt rlNtillwtlon cot a ] U was counter not things; he beard
urat ninth* u> short II wed to tramp, shooting squirrelsand I tailed the board of nMHMera. Beards t4
of the itppntHnKJ:1 l was a really true gr,enbaok. and I thing hit saw and ;;.;i.-- :
jai" rabbits, pro now all cluttered of managers often dlrW* th*% elves 1I "
ronI".u__ *f carelm driving. IP i with cifht-lan boulevard into oommlttrr, having ,.different when the librarian had rronveni a yew ever spent" H little who*, tit :;,'
up little and had **n** enough to U-1 Haiti something got bold of .
t' VII' """ writing In the the AMMtj giant apartment bulldlngi, traffic ( branch of work l'hi by-law' you -tiq'irk

liesr tile R""r'o Digest. him and cither bric-a-brac of 1 I Iti* society should state ti 0 1II wr of ten there was a committee from the can't stay away and you dn od1

tried ,1 ...."r. reaH-U<' method In a J civilization cops Where wheat field the executive board and authorli* 'Ii J Jto American Easton Auxiliary to ex- go back. Maybe' tt'a voodoo m .I';<'j
rrmill.Of plala. It wa a r" to be used forth not, :"'iff/
atrtrf pkUm the .
'Ion and vegetable gardens flourished adopt Its own tul.It., taujual, .
bad moior smash,lips he offer *uehru I J, library a* the librarian aw fit Eld you read "Th Water ",
movie production to *pp lnt from! the yjtjtrylar|
plant now
great I { W.lllt seemed fitting to Apply that by A: P. Herbert If r'
",,.,, ommetits. the following: sprawl and the ground owls and In sectil4v fommlttrr of J *pcl-';[ yip del

i vifirb.u l turnover or ihtanrlpeMi ,I field mice .hIve moved furthef out I I fled. aumWr; who ahall have the power amount on the payment Of very will welcome his novel ,, <

h t of urrkwnt produce either large bill owing t* a took house for lock", It I. the story of Jobs'apdl;11 a
M I" to make rOo".or the thousand of I of A board between m*tlng*,JM ,
sha l tot I dead *r a cnuhtnghnB' I book w* have been enjoying alt*ummer. > Mary Adam They r..peel'4' '
t atop
fig humans who/ stream up and down) i >"ttttv* committee should b* nAlLthre I Iadanln4 !$' ..
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theMIIUIIII The dealer I* !going to b* each other after tight. y.tn
"f dlrtO<'tlen--.nd. pine. y the broad avenue and In and out ( la the usual number) and M,, \ ,
surprised, toe getting five dollar 'of man-log*-but they wanted dtt '
meaning M>U -flontlnoe of the maze of building ear enough togthV tole ahl t*
I* th, .il""I l direction at the aright) hays frequent meeUpg The pdbnt > right out *( the blue Doubt!*.* torts, a decent, amicable divorce.'::: ?':J

p.Mdvrrv lurferr and unfit of Real eetate"Itt till a flourishing and aeeretarte.. <* the pr** '1
business Mid many new homes are the i :ii '. Internet Immediately beeoiiHw oW one crUry and the treasurer It I* eompoeed of a smaller num, board to make a recommendation ta' b'd':\

0 l. 'trlnV'Wiring project!!*. 1 under ccwutruction. California are often members of,the rircatlvlonmht II" than the society, and more de the club. and have the qumtlon votd > ''.,
experiencing one of th* best summer -
aimed xiuarrh/ >t you Ineenpahl tourirt seasons in IU history **. I eta bit given the *< upon by the member, vin ,, ':'

thtm In BO blaring yourself against In large board, eke m"'"tigi Introduced and .- 't'j. though the board may be empower
and these folks her have
a
Igt' j put "
thM imperative' law .f usetrstuwt.I should b* mow' 'ormat'thss. la malL I mim from the xcutlv by the bylaws to decide the quo ,
knack of 4 fuse th
making over *
lib going over Niagara V.lIel I* wnaU board It I* cot a* a rule relve favor from th* *o- lion Executive board should eon {
visitor to such extent that before -
an I
In a stool burr full of railroad i : to rIM and wait to b*! 11-1 clrtyTh* executive board often older the policy of their society wt :
the stranger realize It h* has
pi***. ,/ fore making a motion. does routine business and then ak the wM ot the majority ot It* nmv .
the fever and h* buy home or
I of eiTlc of members of the H The _. bone, when ''
Thin spring a wrecking crew pried a lot and then there i* anothercitizen society to ratify p expressed by motleo.Meaiare ,
thr door off a nr wtiMi'had been often fixed by the 1>7'-''w* so that Cent and rretarf .f the aooletr endorsed or ranolutlfthi ,


and "ui' tiepped the driver with only Th problem here a* in Florida, year It a board of manager they and secretary of the executive. designated, and not: represented 1a ,

a emu* MI M cheek But bill it to find employment for the ,I should ,IVI a report at least eon i board. bring the action of the ooclety" '' t j

ember f',.. Mill Inside a ( thouMnd of folks who want a 'I fear to the clety. The report mar Executive board are not a* highIn 'S Alt.

.I woes fnMM the top, .."'|* IPllnt..j] home In the state but have nothingwith be emended, endorsed *r adopted, authority a* the main orgtnlia- Consolation. 1 j'What

ftu'hr Inin her brain .. a .. which to curtate It While I but If printed. mud tU exactly what /Ion. Their power doe not exceed "' do you think of our two

there I* much wealth In evident, was the amendment the the b.I8_ of the candidate for" mayorf' ,:j "
HuiiV ttktnfr 4 *.r e )r rwv* reported, add' provisions of .
|M> 'i-, N. blood-o h'1: with any number of palatial : .... ate It .to wIN to Uk ImportantbiMlo IOCI.t)'. In matter of importanceIt ..w... 1'11ala4 only see tall b* ',.r,

__ homes, there are 1M) the other hand tire the I often wise for the executive etoeted, :_Ex,
twMMl ) jtMt a fr*? Mired i *** to executive" board .
thousands who are pitifully poor, _H n At
mirtw .1111 clubbing her pocketbook 1
arid unless have employmentor :,
In hot Inn wi sit* had Autrhed It you

whr .h<' felt the ear mate the toad some mean of livelihood the 04 LOMOAr 44
going Ur tough.
On that "roe curvea.swionthletrrnVhi \ .:

a inuringear crashed a tr..*. Living tousle are higher her*

In the middle of the front wn< they than In Florida. Meat In cafes

found ii nil*.montht-old boa sue and restaurants are more expert

roun..,.. IK broken glass and lot'' site than found in establishments

,hw>lutf>l\ unhurt A fin uniciiMJ I of a Imilw' character or rating in 711"a v

Jiikv ..n d.ntll-bu' polled f>y lhUil.i :' our cltie Then Vie three pet i d

imrrnta Mill tltttn on each i I:. cent sales tax cut torn flure.1 NAW

sale X liUM, Instantly killed hr *hattrrlnv You meet It at every turn you

rhvlr tulle ell tine dashboard, '; need a pocket full of pennies to I

It > iu > UKtumnrfly pan without" utility the ever itreteUng hand I' a t .nI6SOa.. ,

.kw. .1.i ..." a long way a"M4, mitkfin. I: of the tax gatherer, but moat folk I *

.- ih it wtry member or the par take It u a matter of course I

I) n. t h.i k."tI''UonIt'.1 questioned merchant and shopkeepers I Ii

dliri nil iu Identify & body with It. I|i a* to the reaction of the

wb.d.. r... hashed In or tarn .fl. The I public to the tax and wa Informed ,

... that while few objected
h -i l I" rtMlia favorite III.*... a perton
If ''h.. snoring wheel holds toKHtitrIt 1 : when It tint wa put into I I II I

i ''1'1'I '' .... III* Hirer or spleen w hlii > effect now one seldom hears a I ,

<.wtr.., death I"!>>mln,. Or. Vih complaint and moat people seem I h '
to feel that it U the easiest formof : \hgMlttss
"!-"rl"l1 wheel l brooks off the '\
taxation to and the most: \ .
n".tt.k settled IwrtHntlr by the I pay ;

..'nyili, i ..,.lumn< plunging thrattg 'equitable. ;,- ,'
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hi. nt.I".""" The** U feeling, however that 1 j\

.-----..- with the revenue produced' for the .' : ,

Rl'IJC.S H>K A HAPPY HOW state through the tales tax, all

other form ., taxes should be, I i

,Mil.IK.I H Thwrcw Of the NwViiik .eliminated especially ad valorem I i I .'.

><"it.. Online ef AarllwUw tax. and an effort mad to enforce: r"t

modn l study of home life based on greater economy in government I

th, n.tubk.wvapblee "f too etdkegeptudw.in a .traw /, /
Transportation line, train and t
and the'twelve rules forborne
busses are doing an excellent business -
life she worked out are ,lv.n :
and thousand are taking advantage
In the l-rocrrwlvcr Fanner U f(4Jow. of the low tourist
rates
.. : i Quo I
to the co* t A great number of
i, Little tension in me hoot.,
motorists are making tilt trip In ..
I. Much .nWtkMi.
family
their own can .this summer and '
S. Mm-h entertaining of friends
on several occasions we found It
et relatives In the bom ... .
necessary: to travel may mile IB F'lRSr 71I1S'1"1
4. of chlldrvn1
Much rntrruinlnf do
order to find a camp with a vacant !
Islands in the home tWICa
cottage) or cabirt Unless you *.. IU. -
.. Husband and wlf. ones attend accommodation J ,
cure your earlyIn FlO

"1 ootal functions together. the evening you are very apt to fIf/b'" '., RANT'
IV A high school dueaUon or owe4Iar
fit the bettor camp old out, "
pareatw when you arrive.This I GX/fE1t'CG. c.eAV5$
f, Murk consensus at parents on "
J, tKtplln.. condition existed not only t m D ONJ '.

In CaJUfomla. but all the IN OA'
.. Uttl itumhiMw. of father In along I r-t.OR' w.OAx
rout Texas New Mexico and '
the homo. r ,Q ,
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Arizona town are bit profiting w JOOl : f l.MK6Go .
e
: Jtlxlluia<< to much family coon-
from the tourist travel to Ute
west
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: lint'-iir rmbty murkIs. /
coast and moat of them
ptovld
I-IIU |. mnlUinwHx-Mla IK .7
excellent accommodation at mod
the homo, 1 ,>
,dimunrrYlfo eitt1.drsta'o .1 tat rate. 'It 1* really Mirpriilng
11 M" *t ,. '
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how economically on* can revel f> \
m>tivltM. b>- both nor****.

JJ iVMifMtiwe" at rhrUren to the, kernel today-cheaper at horn*, alnwet than to. The ORIGINAL UACHbTE for minn- able t nutlon. tit interesting to know

parrot factoring let wt luccctafuHjr operated; that the Ant commercial ice factory in

"Wh the parental rwvfUrtW with Florida M early as 1850. It WM queer Florida, began operation at Jacksonville,

add other,." VI..* T__ mpart wrrr better t feted ..""p..40htldrea I looking apparatus compared with the per. December 1878.Incredible .

"th. ihM , .....,.."'" with BMOtbert. 8f the laailIj nwilllw in\ which It wa larking. proved to b* the forerunner < though It seems, ,
of a vast InI'LANTS soar
""ow;., hot confided tees in Wort M the lIudtoal. pUin&Kt. la ..arry scorn the IoU aa a source ot
&lid' dustry\ embracing the catlr* world and tenance and live airily Ids pu" lit wax mark likely Inb r rdlMi* 6t itlf bom tokdlMen -
,"Mlb>n" with 111..* nuaO when *. A bu...,r Pfopenion, 1 one of the greatest boont- to civUTjaHon.. the air Itself TIIe-d'.eotaU Florida Ira**

,! K rH ..af lots Hinted.: r rau ewer. was noted from too** ot"'l IU Inventor Dr. XJonri died without b*. with a wide variety of peculiar form of

, ':\" I...:, part _In religious.. aervlnni'' la wltif>aireetJon" wee ....-"" tag able to iaUr* t capital U Mi remark unusual Interest and: beauty,





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August ,JJ 36. THE: LEADER ENTERPRISE Paw' FivMEYBEM ,j

s Ing trim' a recurrence of an old i!lot B Y. P. U MlKllM. Dl, F,..uki
EQUIPS Japanese and Chinese Are Friendly
Ailment that made him a semi-m- i I Leavell' Baptist Student Union
Toward U.S. Homestead Rotes Told Valid, and a flew weeks ago he entered 'secretary I ot the South, is new
SHOP FOR WHEEL'ALIGNING Rottanan Park sanitarium allo."
tor dietary and medical treatment
U his tour of the Orient, L. L. White team-Ilea Amber cap He leaves, in addition to his parents t t Brother of Mrs. McLean
WORK Chandler told the Homestead Rotary tain George L. Frtck:, Trunk L.I In Homestead two children." '
Club Wednesday noon In $till, Roy Chandler W E. Tommy, Jessie and Jack Evans hi QtHtor Killed on Target Range
Legion: Hall, he tailed, to find any Wm. J. Gtronlmo hats.. T. Fudia, ..., and three sisters, Mrs Fred:
Frame and Axle Straight- Japanese that exhibited the least Jr., Herbert Turner Tom Undnjr I.. Loomis and Mrs. & F Stebbtna Mrs. I. P. McLean and non John, ; ;
ened in Few Hours unfriendliness toward the United H. A. Cameron, Cha H SteffanLi UfeMl and Mm r t Jay of fMamed TWtday of last week
On Bear Machine State On the contrary, he said, Blue team U L. Chandler captain I W. hiogtaa, 0. Co from North Carolina where they
the people of that nation seem to ; Max Loaner, Dr. H. s. Wrtfti' attended the funeral of Mm Me-
have a high regard for the customs Maxwell Smith, W. R. Bird, Jtamer "Movies" of Baptist Lean brother, Wiley Homestead automobile owner and history of this country, Wollam, W. R Nelson, O. B. Parker at Malian July H and visited 'f
Will no longer et'c&0 (o to larter and try tat ves> way possible to Wade Hunt E. L. Hook Jr. Orphange to Be Shown with heir sinters In Lumber and /
title* to hate their can cured imitate Americana la their bust The price to the team with thehighest Rocklttghem.
bf""tolmmy. hard-steering weaving T. >>. John, superintendent of ',1
MB and octal life percentage of attendance Mete Thrower, a private In the
and "wandering". A. R. Meyfcem the Baptist Children's Rom in
Wherever the least bit of American at the end at September will be a United States Marine Oorpa at .
owner of Sllm's Paint, Top Arcadia, will be In Homestead
history and the English language dinner at the expense of he towteam Shanghai, China, WM killed June ':::11.
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Body Shop, Krome avenue Monday according to an
with entertainment furnished
havt 14 by an accidentally discharged
been taught In China, F 1'a
and Third street, the announcement sent RcV
announce by Ova '
)Mr. Chandler said an Improve- by the team In second plat. rifle following target practice. He 1
Installation Walker
f complete Bear C. If of Homestead who la
meat In civilization condition had been In the aervter for ten ;'
Wheel Alignment equipment, attending the Baptist Assembly in ef'
can be hOled. He came back U Death Takes Earl Evans i )Nn. '
buckled DeLand.At
!Which swayed. bent, or .
diamond-shaped frame and.bent movement Hearty accord to have with a the proposed United Former Newspaper Man I p. m Mr. John win be at: '
fend twisted axles tan be rtralght- I Ralph Fletcher to Get
State history and English taught the First Baptist Church to show!
ned "cold In the car. In even remote corners '
The installation} WM being completed : at pan xii. a campaign toed of Mr. and Mr. Thomas E. Evan home and to tell ol the work that
yesterday by GUI GerrU educate the people of those land of Homestead, died Wednesday I is being done there A free willoffering Ralph Lauder Fletcher, aon ot I
factory representative of the Bear to a better knowledge of American night at Holleman Park Sanitarium for the home will be col! Mr and Mr* Jos. Fletcher of :
Company, who will supervise operation ideal that will remove su pl. Miami The Harvey Seed lected. Aladdin City, will receive *. A B, ", .
of the equipment for IWhne. don and promote understanding (Miami) post of the American Mr John was a school principal degree from Southern College In
: Dick Dcgler, who shad a and good win in the interest of Legion: will be In charge of the before he became superintendent Lakeland en Aug. 32, Mr 'ketch-
paint and body repair hop of his! International i pence. funeral which will b* told from of the home. *r la a graduate of Bedland High i
own In Homestead several year The club will keep In contact the Carter Funeral Home In MIami I Mora than eight hundred are School "
ago and returned heN two weeks with an embryo :Rotary Club in at 2:SO p. ra. Monday.Mr. enrolled in the assembly," write
ago to become connected with Mr. Soo Chow China, which Mr. Evan for several yean Mr Walker, "and there are large I
lleybem shop, will be placed in Chandler helped to atari while was In charge of the Redland District I delegations from Dade Ooimty. Edward
Bureau of the Miami Dr. W. of North Stiling
Charge of the wheel alignmentand pending part of his honeymoon Dally B. Splllman Carolina -
frame and axle straightening in Soo Chow with his mother, Mrs. New at Homestead and later I* the Bible speaker! E. Powell Heal Estate ,
department served a* correspondent for that I lee of Miami I* leading the
L. and
A. Chandler, his uncle
General
Speaking of the efficiency and John SneU. The Homestead Rotary newspaper in Fort Laudtrdale singing, Ed Preston of Georgia urante j "I
More he for the hat of nonmnrr, ".'. {
recently wrote charge recreation and Aubrey J
t1me- avtn, feature.of the mod- Club will be regarded a* a I I CMT. ralirt Are, and AM i.1
ern equipment he baa installed, sort of oo-cponsor of the new organization Miami Beach Tribune. For the Hearn and A. V Waahburn
Mr. Meybem said: [ with the Rotary Clubof past few year he had been uffer- 'of Nashville Tenn.. have charge

"The motor ear owner does not Shanghai, II all of Mr. Chand-
have to tie up his car for two days lees action were taken In the
-we do the whole job of complete name of the local club. At the
wheel and chants alignment In a request of the program committee, I _" to factory specifications
few hour and guarantee to correct Mr. Chandler gave a detailed account I
the cause of shimmy, wandering of his trip through China,
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weaving or hard steering Japan, the Hawaiian Island and StopW..UPfw..kn r rSI11mmy
the Philippine bland i
Three attendance content team
OLD TIF.B8TER GROVE SOU*' And their captain were' selectedby
The old Webster homeslead'of tot at the meeting Wednesday.I'
:4Q acres, 'SO of which 1* In grove, They art as follows: <
was sold this week by Chat. I. Red team-Cha*. J Caves, captain
Brook. to A. J. Kopp who will Fwd Redd, frank Rue Bevo I I t tr
build* homa pn It. The property Webb I. R Brook. K A. Carter, .
1* two miles west of. .Homestead A. JV.Arthur, 1, B Jeffrey, t f {
and In.bf.nUe,south of Mowry :Roberts, George N. Wakefield, .
gaud Reynolds. r f ,

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SUNDAY 12-1, 6-7 P3I WEAVING al e.
Co. AND the Bear Axle Press rot s p lor straightening a. axle cold In the ear

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White,whole wheat, rye

bread,"coffee rings, cinnamon i SAVE YOUR TIRESLet
For Plumbing Installations i
buns on sale at '
Repairs and us line up your wheels and axles ,
all grocers. Septic Tank Conatiw.

: lion and Service. ';' 'We straighten, swayed, bent, buckled or

Waldron's ,',,'>, : .diamond-shaped frames; also bent 1

Cor Blur highway to old EM r W. H. BOOTH and twisted axlescold in the '

orrosmt: r K.c.wrotBenng '
: car with our new ,f;
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PHNP ari Wrier Spfeis, The only equipment that will do a complete wheel and chassis alignment .

job from start to finish.

All Wits and Types'." ,' You dot et have to tie up your car two days-we do the whole job In a .

few hours and GUARANTEE to correct the cause Of your shimmy wandering ?(
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wearing:, or hard steering.
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c: .. Can now be purchased through the ,

!J 1. payment plan. In amounts up to $2,000 We Eliminate Abusive Tire Wear :

t on one piece of property. .
Balloon tires and tour wheel brakes twist the axle throwing the

I" ;f\i : AEROIOTOR WINDMILLS in all wheels out of line. This drags tire sideways ,and burns off the tire

, sixes calk now be purchased the time : .tread. You ought to get 20,000 miles or more out of every standard make :
on
tire-:-yon will it jour axle and wheels are 5n line.
' payment plan through the Federal Boos

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Fade Six THE- LEADER. ENTERPRISE :: :} : '" Friday:, ,Ail Jtt 16.
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teo.det' ete.ilet tot' sow"lIir shrtMtp'a.ikeiMli: dies, taros' id.reohet Orator wh. ", ,
his runner ...... He will l visit hla )ate" Mr and Mr*. Roland Oaevub lived In Homestead In open4e'.S "
N 1 bro her-ln.law. and alutem. Mr and vacation with Mr. and Mite oj I, .
In and Around Jim Ralph Chant and Mr and Mn. Mr and Mm J.IV Martin and Parker at the Alpine Grove dairy.
Harry Gardner ,children who had been visiting In
Kayettevllle. N C.. elute June t. O n Parker plan to KU to NoCarlo"
MIN. Kllmbetn: Hahllln I Ia confined, returned to Homestead Friday night neat Week lu buy etock
Homestead at hone with the mumpe
.1 :Mr and Mm Albert HInman spent Mr. and Mra 1. I. Cokrr at South
Mr. and Mrs 1C. L. Lawrmo yesterday afternoon and Jut nlht Miami anent Saturday and HuD<1a,
... their two gore, Edwin and with Mr and Mr*. Elbert Reed who here with their ton and aught_
wAIl return to Homestead Saturday!I have taken an apartment at. Miami In-law. Ur and Ural W I). CotuitCenttnued '.
Mr and lira B. M. Harrison *i- :Mr and Mre. Carl r. Warner. who
'. and )In. Lawrence and Beach for a few .., dead Hal >rii y at their Aladdin City are staying at Miami Baoh after a on rap Seven!
him to make this their vacation of New hare been visiting relative*
They plan i two avontha spout I* w""o//
permanent residents since Mr. Has, I.,...,. New National: Md Ohio. will mascve and Hakely and lid.
Agog to rtOrUic from acflv buei- return to Homestead Monday to reopen .1 been attoAdtng oamp
m* which Included the management the local brooch of eo""", ., laf Mentors, Ala. I IMl I GROVE THEM T
of Mohawk Rest, a summer _
hotel ta North Acton. MM Uttta 0. t 1.110 01 Ulee' Pharmacy ** Evelyn Thomas returned COCONUT GROVE .
Walter Boyne of Boetqn, :Mr*. Hal.rtwn's of Homestead, and Mra. Ulto Thursday from Jacksonville where
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SHOWS 1 AND t F M. ADMISSION tSjMatlno "
nephew, cam with thorn to left Frday on A Vacation trip of the had pent a month with relative ,
Every 8atnrday4i Hlajri a p. 1n,
pond the winter Win Brook three week which they will spend In i axS
who has ""a.ta :Mr Harrloon en. Minnesota end Canada, -.....
ploy Or memo time also accompanied I Mayer and Mr*. f ]I. Bird have tTCRDAY: ONLY

then to Florida. Mre. .N D. U ,Swan, mother of i gone on vacation, trip which Jn "
,- '6<*rte L. Bwan'of Silver' Palm left elude* a top at Mentoii*, Ala...tb'iettheir ; TilE TELEGRAPHTIM ",..;, -r' ", r
like Franco Donor ft Lance Tuesday tor a visit In Forest Kill. I eon Preston, who MX Camp .. '- .'. t"'t",
tor ..-0..ai ,-of M"':. S. 116 U.lnl' L. I.. and points In the New England Ctoudmbnt there. :with JOHN WAYNE ,'''' '" 4-.1

fun, boa zones to spend the winterat ''at....'. She will return. by ChrlatMn I _. ... 1 :'. Actlont Punch-fiHtd Drum! Thrills*,' :. =.i
the Livingston lioma anA to take ,mae. Mr*. 'Win. Brodt* I to At present'enjoying !
a course at the Homootoad Business a visit In Om*_n, On Sl'NDAt AND MONDAY YC "I.i lit
CoI....*. A. M. Byrom brather-In tart Canada, with. Mr. and W.... r.1
and steer. M,. and :III.... Chad Five- O. Sawyer, former residents of Red' "ORCHIDS TO YOU" ,a t, f :
Clxuk O. Tumor will .leave Fridayfor ash ot Fort Lau4etdale. arrived land according to word received by 1 ,1A
Baltimore where Mr*.Tumor and "Thursday fore efiort.vialtr with Mr. friend her*. with JOHN BOLES JEAN MUIR and : :. or
their children have boon spending a and :Mrs Byrort When they return .. .
month with MeUvea They win they win take with them their Mr. and N... Art Ktkhert: and CHARLES BUTTBRWORTHTIM.
mum la about two week daufhter. Caroline, who has been Low Louie Pennlncton returned l. c" ,'"
her two ....k.. Friday night' from a. vacation trip awl \Vita. THl'R& sad PHI. ,, "
Mi* Alton B. .ed..nel Mlu Anna of several week In the course old 1 1I "Mills of the Gods"MT "Loves of Dictator ... '
a
Louie MacWUllam, both of Mlami. Harold Campbell ion of Mr and I which they visited In Cincinnati I
are visiting :III.... Modo sister, N.... A. J. Campbell. has font to the I with Mr Relcbert brother and sir I ROMWN. FAY WRAP CUvK BROOK. MKUCLEUSEAMEtlGA'S : .' ..
:Mr*. J. K. Oauaon for a few day CMTC camp at Fort flcrlven, Oa. Wr-ln.law. Mr. and Mr. Albert Reich VICTOR .JOftY CARROLL rte
for a month of training art and In Locanaporl, tnd., with I S B.
'Mr and M... Lawrence Smith
ann+unco the birth of an eleven and Mr*. Mildred Peters returned Monday ,
three-fourth pound ton< Tuesday, from D visit (o Faint Beach and
.t the Hunt hoepltal 11011. OIald. M... Ru /Stalling of
-- 1 Belle Glade returned with her tn .. "
Mr. and Mn. A. A. )Coastline r. spend a tow week in Homestead : I.'
turned Wednesday after a month ,and Miami.
visit' in ltnnylvnl Ohio and Indiana "
On the return trip they Mra Goo. W Turner. bop 4.u",1 ./1 .:.'
stopped In Onto to bring Mr and ter Mil Th.,-... Turner her rand. 1 OF .r
q Jl... O. 8. One ar.... Koeatllnea daughter Joyce Walker, and on, i
yarent and Tommy Cites, her brother returned Wednesday from I
=:.ni. POPULAt
to Homestead tor a two-week where they bad epenta MQST ROOM
Unit month. Mr. Turner Joined then .
over the _1I..lId.. ytZCAEN ,ItT ,
Mr. and M.... I ... Webster ana,
daughter. Miss AHa leave today MM: and )0(... Ivan Moaer their 1 Slaep '
for a vacation In Baltimore and' daughter. Marloplav and Mr. Moeer I, p0QCt! .,r.'staT
Braddock HeUhta. Md. They will mother Jim Xbnma Moeer. left yw I t ih War%% Sf ,terSOUt
tap in Atlanta to |0t 11.... Web- terday on a four-week trip wh!, h ....
.Uf H parente Mr. and Bra II:. A. will take them t* visit Mr.. Ivan .,It
Harteock who trill to with them, Moe,r1* relative la Shaw, MI.... and 04
Mr Moeer brotnera-ln/law and al.. .
MlM Elisabeth Bucart et Miami. la tars, Mr and Mm. Russell Moeer ..nLouialvlll4t.
spending the week In Homestead teethe K,.. and )lr. and Mr*.
house guest of Mn. J. R. Brooks Lester Moeer In New Porte tad. They
will atop at various point of Intel .
Mr and 101:... Johannlnf of Red- eat en tile return trip 11
and will leave early next week to
epr.d .m indefinite period In New T. A. Oldendorf light plant engineer .
York plan to teas Aug to for a \ .. .

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Good feed know no breed.Whatever kind of bird .u.u: ,I .... ....
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you tv* taking, Larro Egg Mash will Brute them 1.J "'" ,

lay snore ran and cam more money for you above .... fI,1I 1, .
the coat of feed than anything else you can give .
them. In quality wad proved by three yean of CHEAPER THAN' RENTINGWith '

testing at Larro Ilse search Farm before a single I e e e 'I
pound wu offered for ial.. The Eely Leans NowlAvalabb This

Let m tend you a trial order now. Then tfv* It a '.d .'1, ,> Horn Can Ba B ugM On Rental Figure .

careful: text on your dock. Compare In performancewith .

that of your present ration. Watch the differ. :ty ._* This deelsn boa been reproduced thousands of time in the United Stale ; f
net In profit. See how touch more money you i because U suits the requirement ol the American foully and
average
u"i left when you've paid for your feed. Then because it la economical in form and Use of spat ,,. :
you'd" realize the importance of that uniform blab I n. second floor which I. DOt shown ba this ad'ertiaement contains three, I
quality which you get only tn Larro Egg Math. nice bedroom and one both. ...,

f- More are artrilaWe today on this home Ikon wr. before I
For tart remit* with Larro Egg Math, because of the bibbed Federal Rousing Adraitiialration
Intured
lowwinggtthe mortgage
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gether with Larro Scratch Grain*, I loona Inter.at charge* are only 5% and the loan extended twenty yeow.fi. .,
direction* printed on the lack. TbII II only .. ol hundred of home designs we hors available fait'sanction .

\ most| ** which can be built and paid for on term lea Own... "
'Mar we show them 10 IOU' ..

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"nn m .........-...........atl...t sq-1 1J/6 dy4aoneempowa40 It M**., Jobs Ituhrer WMMnoay at. ......taaI. Mrs I.>**a1 was toraM
AND AROUND I Margaret hu returned t* her for two wk* with her parent and MrnoonMr ly MM Teewl Kyle of Naranja.MlM .
on Coconut Palm drlre family.

j. .. Blanch tmnman, her eon, Jaal<.e Rivers ha returned
'. HOIF.STEAD V.... riorefK Holloway Mt T h* Clayton Lehman returned Tuesday Peed and W. and Mrs, ctoIIlohnlOll. from a....*-.....k vMK at (''raJI'fl"
............. ,,. on a abort fcuatneee and ,
"" ""--" --- plea* from a ten-day vleJt with friends to *f Santee, Miami returned Wednm Sadie Jackson Nomapiwied list '
'. (Continued from Page six trip to her old home In Tarry. Miami day from a 0_monui trip to Kc home.
town N. TMn tucks WM \'lrgrda, sMisr
(Sunday their nephew and niece ,Md.
Mn August Hur vWted In Ml Let, Wheeler left tot ht
1 and Mm Hoyt Coker of Plantand
another nephew. .Lester Ora Neff returned Toe..dy :anti from Monday till WnaarA Mr and Mr\ Burley Dandy and home Monday after a *"-__ visit
Kef of Uly Pies arrived for a att from Miami whore she had been Mr* Dtnty brother Jack Freeness at the hunt of Mr* Carl Ho1IIo ... S
TWt visiting Mrs. A.. J Myera for several A L. Dwilanrttr at Miami of Lewisburg. W. V*. aspired Two.
day. and her daughter, MlM Marguerite; day from WM Virginia. Mr Freeman Idiom Mhlrtay Harknee atr.at.-
t --- Crow, spent Monday vlUng! Oeultnt will make hi" name UU winter eel on Toured** and !'1 idny. Au.. I
",-br9r' JlllIlq t of Utlea, Mia. Mr*. A. J. OahnbKHl brother-ill and Honwatead firlenda.Mn with a brotherJn-law and *Mr. Mr Suit I. Mew Mirabel wlth Of tMI .
sister from Miami! ....
.ntt"neiday..ICII.ft.
bur law and< slater. % Mr. 'nd Mn B. P. and Mr*. 1' & Oohernour. Mr and how"*.
: and MM D. Wllaon of Hollynroodt spent the weekend J. T. Martin wa taken to Mn. Dandy win reside la 0mtadMr .i
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or W.4i .... 1, .' at the CampMt home, Miami hospital Monday tier condition Miss Katharine Kyle returned
i wan MId to be slightly better .. Jesse W. Cave. and two Tuesday from a vlatl with relative K
r. Need Mra. W. H, Owen are
J N Little and daughter... Mine yeaterday sons, Ronald and Marl aocorotwnld InCeralOaUo*
dt two week*** Miami Beach
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Johnnie who have been ylaltlog Mr by Lester Walkup and J. C Oherneur
LltUea brother, C W Little, and left Uwlaburf W. vas on A theatre party at the Grov
FLORIDA CITY
ItYn Mile! Polk I* pending the
family, for Jwo week* returned te Monday to return to Florida City Theatre 8terday was eompoeod at r
k 1 MfavltwitEs. daughter. Mn.ritipatrtck. -thV,borne' it.. Bloomlpgdale TueaV" Mrs., w. W. Savory. CJorree.... ell after a Vlalt with relatives! I* Meat Mia Lois Wheeler" noise Mary Ana
Jae Virginia Brawn John Brown Jr Carla Joic
1 : ;. v *- Mr*..Boy Chandler ,and leer two '* .WM M-Mk Hobeon and Mn, John Brown
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WWoIK.load. 1B44TlattieJlwmt ,
-Mr*. B.'D: B 1a chna\ (.i..r, eon*'returned Monday tram a >fclt Henry--Bchaaionna; returned reoontry I '
r*Atlanta Watson last who Week wa to*tb..i rlni Mn; It H,.I'ehderaon, have pno to with relative to Georgia. from ft bualnee*'.trip to Hum I A tUrbwad traveling *aletnan'eent
Waycrbi'dic, to be with their fathtf Tenn I hit. better half a Check tor ev mlllleIctaee l
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Nsnlot her mother .MrsWA .
efiler l wh.' la'* Miss ItosAetieotnn.
Suess. $
Rather
I Clinton and -Mr*. Marcant,Kennedy Paul Punts returned Saturday oonaMeraMr (peet when a> few day
and Mra W. T. BUlla and are expected to rerun to their borne ;from a month. slay at the veteran tater h* revived the following tetter
dauhter Mia 1 iles Pearl, left WediHiaday here Sunday altar spending the cum hospital at Bay Pine Fie "Pear Jim: I teat begin to erpr*.*
Howard returned leaf
pay week
for tfiwa-wMK' vacation In ....rlft North Haven, Conn- War- myappreciation of the check re.
r sitar absence of seven! weekswhkk
Alabama. cuter, Ma**.. and Canada. They NAIUNJAMr Sent birthday I presented '
spent fruit packing d.o-:
tptfi" well accompanied by Frank Nvdd It to this: Interning .
I Mriotl of Georgia and other itatea.bTw .... d. DL
lsrewA Cerrespeadruid
--Mr. and Mr The Brewer returned and Bitty FonytbM : h! cashed 141-41. _
tax week from. A trip to .. -
N.1X Yea Row-fhUttpe oftMekaenvtllei.beegreet and tier moth- Hampton Bprlnct JTa, ). and Mr*.'Sara Tomaeal and *. R. t. Ckvander bu returned Two Irhihroe were looking Into i
children returned Jut week from from aa amended trip with her mother Jewelry" display window wt a callow
r a H at Xltaml Beach... Mr.. Truman T Bdwen and her Btxten. In Georgia. ton of diamond One MId to the ri ,'N

sister Mien Beael Caaady who had others "Mike, bow would ttk. t
you \} I
Wtn Megngtk tf Anthony, m, :
been the guest of Mr and ...... Bowen > I The Woman Foreign. Missionary MUM Annie Kyle. left Tuesday for have your pick In there 41
tieltisg solder Lang and his sisters,
for several weeks, left Mondayfor Society of the Community Church I New York City where she will spend -Be orra," said Mike, "I would ...
)flaeee rLucille and Martha Grace
wttOQffSnhair aunt. Mrs Cobbtown, Qa, home of Mln held Its August meeting at the home the winter with her alter. Mr*. Kirk rather have m* ihoveL"-Ex. ,I:'
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humour Dan, and their grandmoth SQUARE MILKSOP FARMING LAND s ***
kfr* Martha Lang last week and

}ant: part ot-this .NOTic to Tomato Potato ndI I

Mfrs;1+ O Hail baa been ill for the j
t two weeks but wa reported M ,
[b:lithely bettfrfyistenlay. Mr and
z. Hall have: rented their hometall General Growers
I are now Uvjnjt in an apartment :
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Dame m Lee Wodneftdqy Via AndaU to of pond Miami a x Make your reservations early!! There is an in-: *W f| $

creek here with,,her grandmother,
airs,1 T Nl on creasing demand for choice farming land for the *

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..t Sunday Mi!, C. W. Little, and H 1935-36 fall season. *> ,. 0z'
,. ., :Edward, thJir and'Johnnie, '

,{went ands to and Weat to"Palm Choeen Beach to get t. Mr visit*. We will be glad to show you our holdings ,upon ;
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tIt.e dauthletyUlly, who had been. : request and to assist those who require government efinancial < '
Df. bet .later l Mr*. Cecil Walkre.

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.;).j Ann1 Coppedg; of Alachua!

, Itfhred 1"J:4aL night to vlolt Mu BADE FARMS INC.
Antoinette Moy*" f ;

.iw Loll Robert\vedn.lda"1 1't National Bank Bid;. Phone 70 Homestead, Fla. |

two after her
Jiodland High MMMMAJM 25 SQUARE MILES OF FARMING LAND a 17* *U wM 1


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,,' r When J U'feed him rpinich does |pe get While the Vitamin 'tosses have not beta '

,1)i e nail 6't% cl the good out of" it. .. Cr mast; tests haft' shorn that the nr> :

;'. '. .: 'GIQes he get ova 89'% eo ., coins are given up by vegetables evea
i more tcadJy: than these ckmepts, .

:;'f; '?,'% cost of us bate to look at dun and cold Hut dart it bated oa data compiled by \
M W. H. Pettrsoa and C A.. Hoppen of the :
Itttisticrbut interested In the
IC'you are U of Wisconsin and published by them in
health of Joaf ckfld, 'look at this . the Journal ofHomcEconomioiVoLl7No.\. '

'" t >e>iOTiiffmr trt"'r'nnlTAiu' .t'wnelm.' tn'in eras When cooking elcctriollf, very little or ..

.. oo water Is added and the food Is

'f I' STBAME? ,..... not boiled
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Eight THE LEADER. ENTERPRlgE Friday,_A1l""tlst 16,1935.

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MISS ALf WEBSTER: CITES GIVE FAREWELL PARTY
VIOLIN AND PIANO RECITAL The Calendar FOR MR AND MRS. TRCMBCU.

Mr R. H. Fitzpatrick presented I Mr and Mrs. Anthony DiNatalo

; l Social I Miss Alta Webster In a violin and JMg l1-W_', auk of Bamn- gave a farewell party al their
Events piano recital at the home of Miss stead study ... mtUg. wits UtaJMmto home Saturday night tn honor of
Webster' parents Mr. and Mrs LobdvH at p. M. Mr. and Mn Steve Trumbull who

J. Ii. Webster, Wednesday even- Auc 1*,--a. nlft".t home I left Thursday for Chicago Mr and
UK. of Mnbto Ruth Pope. Mr*. Trumbull plan'ta return to

ANNOUNCEMENT The talented young musician AU(. in-Umllnc of Junior Warn- Homestead in the print to continI -
IS MADE THIS WEEK
played first a croup of violin num- ..'* Club of Homestead In olubhouM I the development of their lime

OF ATKINSON-DAVIS MARRIAGE MAY 23 hen, "Sonatina" by Schubert, At Ip.m. grove on Tennessee road

1 "Melodrama" by Gulraud and A... JO-Joint W. U. L circle, Among those present were Mr.
Mr. and MT V. 'Davithis "Sing, Smile, Slumber" by Gou meeting In church. I and Mn. Corbett Geiger, their
I MRS. tOE MeVICKn nod. Two piano number. "Con.. Au. SO-Kaclal meeting of Ror i nice, Miss Bertha Yates ot Vera
week announced the marriage :
t' WEDS W. I!. JtCTTMm solation" by Mendelssohn and al Poladana, Woodmen Circle, at Beach, Miss Cla Arosarena, Mia
their daughter, Belle, to Robert '
of Zoe McVtcker and W. B.' Tarontelle" by Heller, followed, Lome et Ur W. B BdwardcJk I Mary DlNaUta, Miss Agnes Hayes
con Mr and Mr* Z.
; Atkinson Mutt, both ot Princeton,were marIled and tv.vloUa numbers, Mueller1' HI fWMbytwUa AaaWary ot Miami Tho Pane Manuel
X. Atkinson, at Trinity Methodist
i' IJmrch tit Miami on may M. The' In Miami Tuesday. 'Serenade" and Dvorak'* "Hu-, meeting *4 home of Miss Mutt RayAvaodu I Arozarena, Michael Fiorillo, Roge-
The bride, a daughter of Mr*. lrIOteaque", closed the program. ea. 4rtv JIG Mlro of Havana, Cuba, and
1 ceremony WM performed by the CuMle Howard of Princeton 1 -
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David Fredrkk. Jr.
Mrs. Fitzpatrick played the accompaniment Sept 4-American Legion Auxiliary
Rev R. Z. Tyler, pastor of the the former Mr*. Walter MeVtcker. ,
Wiurth. Th bride wow a white *. luncheon at home Of Mrs. Wu.E. I
The bridegroom I bookkeeper atone
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flat cop: frock and whit aMI- of the packing house They Present were 'Dr. and' Mn Rheney. make sandals.Priaeilla :
aeries, and her flowers wen aJ will live In Princeton. Frank Ilauart out, Mr. and Mr*. H Sept.! tl RedUad: home Pmnoastntloa Freed was KVM the '
Miouhfer const of white TOM Pierre McDaniel, Mr. and Mn Club: meeting In Women'sClub tint prize for smocking; Ruth "
bud. Wade Hunt Mrs W. t: Rheney of the nedtonda at ':10 a, !D. I Dodson, the second; and Leola f
The wide to native of Val- MRS. CLOSE AND MRS. MOSCR Mr*. Bees Webb Mr, Frank Sept. is-Home<4ead Home Dem- Little, the third. I

J Hosta, but she bas lived In Hontestead ARK SURPRISED BY GIRLS Webb, Mrs. Dewey Pulliam Mrs.J. onatratlon sneettnr la Neva, King Yard plan prize were awardedto
Mr J:. Clot' and Mm. Ivan
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Once 'thi1 11DOd. R. Rutland Mr Newton Cooper school at 1.10 j>- m.
Ball, i : Fern Robertson, first; Louisa
The bridegroom graduate ofEmory 1 Moser were given a surprise birthday Mr*. H. H. Ewmc Mrs. Clarence St it-Prlnuetoa Horn Dem. Barnes, second; and Ruth DodHoa,
party last Friday night at thehome I :
University and a anemberof Parmsn tin. Howard Johnson, onitratloit Club meeting with Mrs.A. third.
of Mia ?tells Saul Mu ,
by W. McVloker ai 110.:
Delta Kappa Epithet social fraternity Saul and Mia Edwina Cloae. Mix Lea Lehman, Mrs. K. a Hinm Fern Robertson and Lou Belle
and Tau Kappa Alpha and : Mr*. Fred Redd, Mist Jacqueline Crennell a kitchen and living
Othen present were: Mr*. W. M. gave -
Omlcron Delta Kappa honorary Rheney, Van Rheney, Anne SUNBEAMS OP Ui
room Improvement dEmon-
Saul, Miss Martha Close, Mb
fraternities... Rheney, Phylll Parman, Ardel ARE ASKED TO MEET stration.
Elizabeth Miss
Ciplingsr, Grace
They will rwlde fat Miami. Parman, Annabell Redd, Teresa Members of the Sunbeam class
Field Mia Belle Cibbt, Hostesses this week ROM
Invitations have been Issued tot Mary Redd Mary Frances Rutland, Mr of 1933 of the First Baptist Churchara wen
Miss Mildred Mid Bilello, Charlotte and
Field
e dinner party In their honor nextThursday Mary Fitzpatrick, Buddy Fitzpatrick and asked to meet Saturday afternoon Gerotjimo
Miss Margaret Field, Mist Teresa Redd. They served
bride' McNcin punch
by the sister Dickie Carney. at 5 o'clock at the home of
Leola Little Miss Helen Field and cookie
Mrs. a H. Kennedy Gf .38 Pennsylvania Mn. L. A. Wise, its leader, to see
Miami Beach. Miss Edna Booth Mary Jo Clote. Those present were: Mrs Carl
avenue. LADIES' AID ENJOYS the quilt which Mr*. Wise has
Ray and Fay CaDltnger and Mar- son, Mn Murphy and Dimple
TACKY. PARTY made from block pieced by; the
DINNER M GIVEN FOR forte Moser Mrs.\ L; O Rucele was hostess children at that tin. Turner, from the office, Margaret

REV. EDGAR WILCOtK i at a tacky party given Wednesday The quilt will be sent to the Delaney, Lou Belle Orenftell, Fern
MRS REVEL REVIEWS I Robertson, Ruth Dodson, Rachel,
f The Rev. Edgar WllcOck of Mlmi BOOK AT AID MEETINGMrs. evening for member of the Red- Baptist orphanage in Arcadia.
Norma, and Elouls QoitsmaM,
land Ladies' Aid Society and their
r. who bat dof the Sunday Geo E. Deuel gave a review famUlee.Th -.11I _..__ Mary Alice Duncan Goldia (k en-
school service of St. John'i Episcopal of Lloyd Douglas' popular
HOMESTEAD 4-II CLUBBy nell Mildred and Margaret Field,
Church each men present played checker -
Sunday w* "J'orllive'V.. Our Trelpa.... at Katherine, Lucille and Elizabeth
guest of honor at a pot luck dln-; a meeting of the Ladle Aid of the and the women had a Jig-eaw Lrota Utttto Williams, Myrtle Phinny, Beatrice
r see given at the home of Mr and RedlaMd Community Church at puzzle contest Mrs. August Heuer
Julia
I. := ;; Wilson, France Sullivan
Mr Lee H. Lehman last week. the home of Mr*. s. The others present were: Mr. last week.A pinning! the tall on a donkey. I the girls answered to roll can Louis Same, Charlotte Geronl-

'\ and Mrs. H. L. Cook, Mr. and Mr short business session of the by telling whether or not' they had mo, Prtadlla Freed Eva Smith
Edward Sluing, Mr. and Mr A. society wu held and work: was POtNCIANA: GROW : made two fruit dishes ROM Bilello Tcreaa and Annabell
a Cave, Mr and Mr W. B PLANS ENTERTAINMENT
continued on articles torbe Tba.ferment for next weeks : Redd and Mrs. Fred Redd.
Bird, Mr. and Mn. Lehman Mr Royal Polnclana Woodmen'
"f Christmas bazaar. as fol vws: make two cereal Hostesses next week are Elizabeth -
C. P. Jackson Mr Landoa Car-, Present were: Mrs Tho Brewer Circle will give an entertainmenton dishes; be, ;r. all record book, and Lucille William, Myrtle
p ney Mia Mary Jackson, ),11..1 Mr*. Anna Messersmith, Mrs. \ Aug 2J,which each bring shoes back finished; girl PhInney and Beatrice WUson.
Carrie Belle and ROM Cave, Dr.I H. J. Armstrong, Mrs. M. J. member 1* requested to attend : 12 yean or younger, bring crochet -

H. S. Wolfe, W. J. dark; and Civn Brownlow, Mr*. Ben Plummer Each member to asked, also,, to thread size 13-20; older girls, (lifted

Victor. Mrs Deuel, Mrs. SUllman, Miss bring t a guest. ring feed sack. "I see the paper wiled her tlie

Eitelte Turner an4 Miss Mary Reports of the recent district I All the girls were weighed for gfft4 brtJNo '."

MRS COX GIVES: PARTYFOR Leeds meeting in Miami were given at ha food and nutrition record. .,1.4... 'Sh got sight 1ioII.

DICKIE CARNEY the meeting held last week, and lire, Murphy taught us to crochet era, nine porvoUtoni and 11 Mutplck
Dickie Came,'* seventh birthday in LEAGffi ATTENDS Mrs Beast Brady told Ot a bancoparty 1 .In. Carlson taught us how to Mb.Grit.WlTHO .
was celebrated at a party UCAOVR UNION MUTING given by the Altapattan
liven In Coral Cable Tuesday at The Methodist Hi League of circle, which she and Mrs. Vesta

the home of hit aunt and uncle, Homestead attended a meeting of Beasley and Mia Mildred Smith

Lieutenant and Mr*. Wm. Cox of the League Union held in Sellers' attended. ?eM M

BM Hardee road, where he and Glade last Thursday night Mew Preeent were: Mr*. Florence Pa- ,
G. his mother Mn Landon Carney, officer elected are: President cetti,Mrs. Alice Walters, Mrs. Ada
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were visiting. Cares Brown; vice-president Young, Mrs Fred Rhodes, Mn J"ISSV

Wlllard Hubbell, past president Walter Beckham; secretary, Helen Dexter Smith Mr Thelma Redford ..
at the Lions Club, who had Just Partridge; treasurer ,*.ohD Paul;; I Mr W. D. Coker and Mr*. A cool and soothing preparation that
returned from the Lion convention and publicity chairman, Martha Brady.
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Murphy. give almost instant relief for painful,
In Mexico! City showed movIng -
picture he had taken In M.xlco -i Those attending from Homestead WOODMEN'S CIRCLE TO MEET Irritating sunburn.YouTl hike it because I
went Mr, end Mn. E. J. WITH MRS. W. EDWARDS:
j dose Mr and Mrs. Ivan Moser if non-greasy Use for itches, rashes.
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After came had been' played a At the meeting of the social
pink and green tinted refreshment Mlame Martha and Edwma Class circle of the Woodment Circle atthe

course--cake: tee cream and punch gas Marjorie Moatr, Miss Helen home of the guardian, Mr. 40cGLORIOUS
I> -wu served. I Bradley, Min Mae Booth, Mia Florence Pacetti, Monday plans 31I Gypsy CHAM

The Swats included: Captain Marh\1*) Redd, Mill Ndla Saul*, were made for a meeting to be

and Mr*. Richard Carney Mr. and Miss s Mildred. and Margaret held tt the home ot Mn. w. B.

Mr*. Hubbell, Mr A. VtccelUo, I'Iekl,Ulm Edna: Booth, Mb Lois Edwards on Tuesday, Aug. JO A

f Wr*. W. E. Rheaey, Mr*, Ned Lttttt and James Booth. pot hick luncheon will be a *..- '1

Hambley, SaM Hambtey, ihre tun of the meeting. COLOR ,
and Anne Rheftey, Rosemary Hubbell REDlAND CLUB MAKES MCIJIIIa,'* hostesses wen !In.

I Fee Rheney, Nancy Reid FRENCH CCRSAGK BOUQUETS -wadtord, Mr*. Alice Watt- OH a las frft&oot' !
Tommy H.rrlllaa4; Robert Atptey. The: Radtand Horn Atmonstratk era,Mrl; nasals Brady, Mrs. Helen danger from SUB-
t In the evening Mr*. Owen >n dub bold a work -.Meeting Bowden and Mill Louise PacctU. bum It' scrwas out

I,. Moore, Jack Grant and K. J. Jar-I I the Redlard church WednesdayafternoMi Refreshment war,served lays.
when two Instructor
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ret came fowl Homestead to spend
the evening with Mr*. Cox, Mr !' from Miami taught the members 5CH
Carney and Dkkie. how *. snake nonages of silk How gyps TAN ",
I en to the French manner. OUR NEWEUGENE _

h' The social muting of the Jtinfcrt The worker Included Mr*. E. A. '
WAVEMACHINE
Woman's Club of Homestead I'I'J Carter handicraft chairman Mis* ,
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which was to here been held at Retells TunerMrs.. ,Seymour sE'rMc'P OVR.
the home of Miss Eloise bane Mrs August Heuer, Mr*. W.
Monday evening WM l\nd1"1 W. Cunningham, Mrs. L. C Ooteynd i iIn 14 irk A
....., because Ml Bradley was at Kr C R. Outteridge.Tk agtd"ed. .It 1 A aw+M. and
Urn dock u lasses .Mr u4

that time. *'Wtanan'e Club of Homestead k4etM t' ww. ra the Mtewus.'

The Aretne Club met at the 1 has rue Vast Ailpment at blueberries .

home of Mn. Wayne Calkin "*"- this muicn "a. ails at WM vt the j cccexirMrVieOI. .
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MISS ULI .Rt.WNM's1Isr you d.Dot want M miss.
J y;i Croquiffitolc Spiral Combiiutiotr-45 $7

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foday, August 161935. \ THE LEADER_- ENTERPRI E Pan Nine

lOl'MI' BROKEN''Device Bars Termites Vf. 0. W. and Circle [

f And Ants From Going Are Invited_ to Miami 1 ,E- JUST A TRUNKFULIimtllnf ; I

VALVE I i Into Florida Houses
)R FORD I Local Woodmen and Woodmen', i I 1FFeU"ID
Circle member are planning to i
>LANT BUILDING I and Oalnenvllle ant will'find Au:;difficult IS; -TermltM to enter!visit Biscayne Camp No. SO old- I!,
: eat lodge In Miami when it celebrate
I home In the future If a device 11'.1 .1
ill lOUt anniversary .t
i reaped by H. C UWhrMt Pt. Pptdoe-i t
th, 111* Mloli. AW 16- heft bjr the Font follow Hal 219 N W 4th
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In lie 41.e. which U .*4*,at copt .I ttreet :
company for Fort o'iew factory plant to in rl'.>d M Whh* oil I*'*.d.*M woo Sovereign' E McKay Tucker of
the preeent the apwovil, of J. R. W_ten. expel I.: North Miami Beach, the only Uv-
an valrea! uaeil.In fftt carj I 'berA ... I
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m ni,matlon ntdmoWcbt /"Irtj'charter member will cut the
die made. .j
tribe think* the bchelne .to a *.B6d One: 'big.birthday cake '\
..e new factory> designed by Al i
,,Kahn Detroit architect. will be TerralM' *. ant,. and other mjwflyln I The Rev. E. L. Wledenmann:
Outcry structure of slid I and !, ( iiutect crawl Into horns>bjway W41 deliver the anniversary ad-
280 ft. lour by 100 ft. '11'1016. of the plllara:or foundation' bm I dretf and other feature on the
*(U' a Half basement to house th.rr Upthrolt plan place : barrier betwcen I program will Include fancy exhibition I
set In landscaped the house and round aibd drill by fee Myrtle A. Depcr I
plant
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tinda near the *lt* of the pr... i thereby forestalls the pet The i .guardi of the Woodmen's Circle I
barrier consists of a sheet of copper: Negro spirituals by the Rive ,
1 factory whlt'h. on completion of
new" .nft, about the first of the I stretched over the top of the pillar tide Baptist Church quartet; e 1:
will b* dismantled and rued or between the pillar and the all! piano solo by C. H. White; end I' .
'' 'oilroately foe wen will be e"1 which ml upon It. The copper li; song end dance by Orchid Catei t.
eyed, the number at preeent boot upward at the *d(** to form I i After the program the Busy Bee .
trough, which to lo contain! OIL Boy Orchestra will play for dancing '
p here.coraUve I
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feature of the .or"1 Thud. the Insect crawl up the ptl .
out will be an artificial tar to the top where It met the oop. young stowaways luggage> the spare tin being *** \y
"BUt'* girl had dropped him hen : conventionally at the tsar.while \
nod by the damming of the River per plat, which Mop It. If It trtoito i JA demonstrate the ample space rued
ge lust above the Seven 1IU I I crawl] around the trough, It U trek" lit aTaUaU for luggage. golf club or an inner compartment ndj '

d In Nortbvlll. and an overehot II il topped by the oil This prevents the eh"A'" genii. when.. \< drop thin,., trephlM et a chopping eipedltlontonal the Th floor trunk provide compartments pace tor nay tool be*. > ;
operated by water piped from bug from reaching the weedwwltof U till trunk' compartment' il
with the key that Its i
"Not exactly t : she broke him before locked tan
e i bead of -.rh' Pond I I the KOUM A: ilmllar device Isplaced th fort V-l Touring Bedaaa, '
she dropped bum."Exchange sew the tire lock. Th sew tourtac 'J"
fhl. waterwheel, likewise will b* 1! between the top of the Mp two of the Dew 4* Inn types recently sedans were designed to provide am'
Of the power equipment of the ; and the boil**. Uttt Horace ww wearing his announced by the Ford Motor pi* toggle carrying facilities tat .' :
1 lit, but only a minor part alnn Each foundation of the house tint pair of real pant. H. felt that Company. The trunk compartment tamales doing extensive\ traveling '
i River Rouge at this point has In 'I would be equipped with the device at lust he WM a man among men I 'ttl> It amble feet ot ipac-4i antohcreat who wish to suits* the car Interior
trlcl."t power and the nw, valve. I, Oil at any type may lie Used 1" th* H* strutted up and down and fliv'; part tf tk* 4.tln ot the for pttMngera. They have prove*
or win require from ISOt to troufb ally he went up to bill mother and Tudor aId Fordor Tallying tedaa' that tar to be among the least popes ,
+ 00 kilowatt. I The Idea I* a rood one and should artwl: Murrer can I call Pa -Bill body tjrp**. All the space to wed for lar Ford body type ,
t flit prevent valor factor her UoMwt make It difficult for crawling ln *ct* now" *"-Out.i>* \:
r *f the M-culled Ford ''VII.o = : to enter the bom. Watson My" H*
e Induttrlm. It began opera- explains that the device I* somewhat 'L..
. Hi In isle and to date has pro- I similar to that ud In experiment f
. .04 nor than 1f'oooOOO valve station Innectarle In norlda.
. (0,001.000 for the V.S type motor :
I ne. The valve are of alloy caitt
MAKING A BACKYARD
t t)h* house plant and finished. "lKltrthvpl GOLF ISIt POOL e ;
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. 1111 the completion of the new, Select a location where the sun 4
. Twthvllle, valve\ plant the number will strike the pool mot of the day DON'T
An Irregular outline U more attrmc'
. <|4Henry Ford'* little industries I YOU
I : ng the River Rouge, all completern five than a true circle or rectanil
And< all let In beautifully The pool should not be over I fast' .
. sped grounds. will W el*. The Vat t mixture of t part Portland r
...cement; I part .and. and .i
t ), Waterford (sauce*), phoenix 11A" crubd atone, When dry tei"HAVE BREAK IN' :
frator em-out and *witch*.). .wotervroot Uie.wall wltk,o \Ofl..or TO
cement and water, mixed to
,!hi MUM (crew machine parV> pure .' ,
e !d'Newburg where new air-eon the comlxtency; of flour Put.. Till "
!loned tneeerpdos the manufacture and drain the pool two or three times
U> remove e alkaline before staking
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it In V4 "little with toldftoh Add snails to keep '
,1Ifr factories the
the water clear Plant lily, root In THE FORD V-8
...tale*" chain are on the Huron '
. Iv ir. notably the generator and boxes*f rich olL supported on rock ,
t tirr where In Ow bottom of the pool Allow
plan at Tptrilantl a
"lx square feet of water surface for
uwnd men and women are etnnd '
.pod. .> the tamp factory at Flat each lilyOutlet At.at.--aoetkeei AIr k'u4

rk, In which approximately the ,, ,
cps number of employee! produce I
headlamps. tall light and dome-
ithis axed In the Ford Induetry Turner's Funeral Home

What. make you feel w blue, 04.HIL AMBULANCE SERVICE H
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i,Not 11M 4 dumb owlWliatcher ." .
: Mean, dumb owl?" Phone l.4 R Homestead, Fuv
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; Office Hearst a a. m r* ft p. m y
13G 'N< Krome Avenue Sunday t to IS AA L.

Closed 8"'lnUy,
Upstairs

.'Office Hburs 8:30-4:30 Free Parking Space "

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! r A. R. LIVINGSTON Foil .,..8 1* ready for normal driving The rem' for this Is 'Important at the) '

: REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER when you bay ft. There Is no tedious period result: The Ford V-8 need no .ru11 c-l. J' ,

j t .. Registered Land Surveyor of IIrealll.,-.. for 500 'or 1000 mile Ton awes of unusual accuracy in the manutae* J i J

can drive) it up to 50 mile *. hour the first tort of moving part and the smoothness of 1 l''

DOT JOJ HOMESTEAD FU. dart And after the first hundred miles you bearing lortace. Clearanoet are correct when ,t

1 .- can drive it a* fart a< yon detir you lay the car It U not neeeuary to depend ...

That mean greater motoring enjoyment for oo a long wearing.in period to ellmiaatt tight- .'r

Annie Mayhcw Fitzpatrick every motorist. It ia especially important to new aDd Insure smooth ranning. Longer We,

J, motorists who are thinking about a new ear greater economy and better performance are

for a vacation trip-to physicians, salesmen bound to remit from inch precision method.t ..

' Graduate Oberlln Conservatory and Royal ,,' .- all those who nee a cur for buwatea. InThe Ford V.8 gives you Cnocar fonntniotiori,

> Conseryatory Leipzig 4PIANOFORTE stead of dragging along at slow" speeds for along with fine-car performance, comfort ;
r.. ." .,f>* : make tlouj from the .
day yon can good eUrt. .tel1aad beauty.FORD.

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August 16, 1985. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE f acre Eleven .


also 3 1 PMu Returned )l N? Dlrle

Visit Nazarine( i.un
I fte Churches]I

J :, The Rev Howard Shekel, pMtor 1;t
of the Homestead Church of Mw
-, RATA That laeerUon toe a Un*: tubqnenl inmrtlo**, I
-1 I "I I N.a.rt'M.! nod "1'1. Shekel will!
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BIPTISTHomeUead. I CHURCH OF TUB \\1ARKSE i have a reunion of tlwir l childrenand ---- -_.. .I
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grandchildren SSndky at the
-m* Rev c. N. I llomntmd-Tha Rev I p nona(*. Those who will be '
K'alkcr pwt** Sunday school at I Qlk l. !paator Sunday Howar'1 promt arc: MM. W. A. Eckel and I FOR .; I

j|:.. a. at. Preaching at 11 a. mj >:41 a, m.., prtaobtat at 11 a. m. a" two of hw children, William DMa, aa. -TUr l,eador.Kn.
and s p. m.; I*. Y. I>. U at 7 p. mID :I 7:10 p. not M. T. P R and junioi and Aaoia; Mn. Sc* la molhwr, FOR RHNT-10wtora swap nvlfled K.*.

n; Prayer Mrvlcef. Wednesday meeting at .Jt p m Praise mut Wr" TUfcott: and Mrs PaW B. suitable tar .ulwcrii'tluna tee wlp-
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1st. i. lot Wednesday evening 4.N. Eckel and her two children, t I 7,. n p, un,I allowed for

A.,. 1$-Mornlnf sermons"Aaemblr An*. l$ 8pcclal folks and France and Paul, Jr. 1C. ac,... of _rlfM i white or colored Kalt

J lmprealonM even- music both morning and evening AU haW- spent year In Japan Tnt far tomato preferred }
tat Mtrmoat "World Condition by missionaries who hair* returned In missionary work and t aohln .ran.
for Our Lord' Rrturn'. from Japan They plan to be at the Nazarene : .
AM 19-Motion picture of Church Sunday' morning and I FOR RKNT-1 )'*1
children home In Arcadia EPISCOPAL I III& Phone *'. : mr RKPAIRINO.
at evening to speak and render special > j
JloCrory .Aroah.
"" '''. Juhn-m 5. k_ I.etllla. muiie.paalor FOR RENT Store

Goulde-the Rev Noah Peterson, Hommttad Minister In charge Ave Large room In and repaMiiia.

Pjwitor. Sunday school at II a, m* the Il.r. Edgar W Wlkxtck; lay Sunday school M 1:4k. (.... Bee Mrs. plan tar **!0 bep

ireactiltuj at 11 a. m. and 7 JO p. m4 I reader Joseph 0.11.... Second Sunday Preaching at II a. ... aa< ':10 p. Ill H, W. Ird W.
'f.P.U. at .10 p m Prayer."I each month corporate oomm m. Young People meting at I It FOR RENT-Nice ( 1814,*

Jvlce 7:JO p m. Wednesday, I akin for month: holy communion P. m Ladle Prayer Circle Tuesday Second tory east
hath. _nAbl.. : while' roa ".n.
a. m. Sunday school at I:41 each at S:It p. ra. Midweek prayer
CATHOLIC Church services last Sun, service Thursday at t It p. u.Aut Union machines and re.
''I *. Wm It Boot.
March of ties Barred Hearts. -: )' each month. Dedication of taber- FOR RENT-. \ F B.! 0 station,

[s. Second avtnu. Homestead> the The Key Edgar Wilcock of acle. I Dr. J. B. Town I

tt. Alfred McDonald paitor/ Bun,I Miami now has chart *f Sunday "III. IZkplCamp! meet- ESTATE
y mu at a. m: week' school In*.
aervlcca at I 45.
lay BUM at T:41 dally Sunday' The Revt Mr. Basque: of;(At::.,. 1RESBTTEKIAN CHtKCIlt FOR REMV.. hool Saturday I a. m. Sunday .. tea t. tell Pvllund District
I lanta will have charge of acrvloe .t I
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clock itt PA 'Ttf "
hoot Sunday following I 7Pt, (. wfl
I1ndlp.todtl'a
at I:3' p m. on Aug tlI :
Kini**. Communion for women the lath tItr... Sunday ...... OafYOo. I par orn,*. Many of

rat Sunday of month; for men and I I EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN m; preaching at 11 a. .. FOR \ i > are still I at sub nor,
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fbeye, the second Sunday of month' Sk Jdhnu Redland The Rev. Qeo iI n. linn; appreciate
$IKITlAtHT TEMPLE Or I
Holy hour first Friday of tnontltFat M. Path. pa,1oa\ Sunday school scab f' 111<111111.* or your Hrt
TRUTH : J FOR SALB I
':U p. m. Mass tint Friday : Sunday lot 10 a. m. EngHih service 1 --Mtant hrh! nlll have our
|*t T 10 JM.V:: 'Benmllctlon: of the on first SuddBjr'of each month .13 i Homestead branch' at tillajn) eel and other .f. Now I. the tin.
ffilented BJEtramefit after maa*. p. "",,.and German arvlci) on 'thin lolrltuauiii Tempi of,. Trutiiidshl reasonable. ( \\'. MorrIs new amncl

The first Friday" of the month I Sunday at I p. p.MME.THODIST. Woman Club, 110 ,K. V. EJrhlbtvtnua. Hayes drive. )1 A. Cameron. N W.
Men. Bible Class and I CHIt.ni flank Bid' *,
L during .iuim 'rt mane mill lie eule1 -, EPISCOPAL! ) lyeeuro at 1:11 FOB MAI.B-A ..*n
out
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located tt't:4i.a. m. Th Holy at to.1'r'' fOtlag ..
Uoteon
healing by Dr. J. Carl -
I Hour will be dlnconUnucd nlOctober Florida Cllr Community Church Jot ,Must lie cook ASGR' \ E8 ;;
i t 4> lecture and meauitea at I P
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the Rev M. A. 8oper "..tor. Bum
lboItract"fUMIbt
!m, by the )t... dada .Bobon.sCOMMl.VITT I. school at .10 ...
day a. preaehlniat .' rMte/ Shoe chap ...
\ CIIIUSTI SCIENCE I 10 a. m. and 7:It p. m. Church MEWS BIBUf I are In MIAMI o list

', riorld CMy.-Broadway and I Night Wednesday at 7:20.Hedlund .- CLASS you knew t* b* a
r school itIIII w FOR KAfE' --.Df-trar.
Btreet Sunday BlxigTEa
lII.tll I Community Chorrh- h< While Stone M. B: Church bulM-
a. m. for pupil under to yearmfa 1,rne. West Kln.. Rating. with legal dt
Rev M. A. Eloper paator Sunday Ing-Meet"* each Sunday at ':4S II.I /
*gj morning Battles at 11 ) land prlee terms, 010.:
school at to; preaching at 11. Church I m. Non-cltlnomlnaUonal. Internatlonal
fa'clock. Wednesday evening son Thursday at 7:10. uied not attending and I will call or give
Night lesson Thju i
Vies which Include Uatlmoatal of FOIL 604.i5-'klp*ii,,, It 3 R. (Dick)
'healing Odd tJQltrl.llc" aDd rePttark METHODIST EPISCOPAL, 801TH I other Sunday schools or Motntainad ........ ) ,
churches cordially Invited I I r
on Christian Science I P. m., a I. BROOKS
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|The publlo I* cordially Invited to al' \TMl Sum OiurcB e' flume : ENOMJNATIONAL, KOtWIAM! CWBAT- :. 1ret St. Miami
.t..4.the Rev A. A. Ko .tl>n }
a ER\ICUF Mortgage Co.
PRV1EK
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teed.Aug. old MnaJ
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litenoa:(ermon top .,,'1i1bli .t.4.i;: : J
; /iMMftfn* ,t"It a. m: 'inI' pm : raiOgtserv A1IIi.I.. 1sluga - -
.lei "Soul". Junior league at tlO: P. m conducted by the ..*T. &; Jt! ftrrt ei ---

i HI League at S 41 p. m.: Senior Miami at home of Mr. (J. I. omit
I" crimes Ot CHRIST iI I League at ti 10 p. m. Prayer nan every Friday at p. mnm P'QR 1I.o\UI--CM, 1 WN
'; Homestead.-Cormr of Avenue lav at t p. m ttedoaoday Y"W I
A. and Fifth street, T }. Huntoiilnlatar .I *. Melee Manor. S

Bible study at 1U a. Silver Palm Community Church !! iik:};; Fryers Phone 72. ,
II; communion, fellowship and; The Rcy H. O. Cowan putor. : PRICE OF
reaching at 11 a m.: preaching etx:30 l Sunday school every Sunday at 10 Cora-Faltrnrd I

| 9 n Prayer meeting Wtdnea- ; a. 11: preaching services on first, FRESH EGGS COMFORT

yIt7:30ptn. I third and flffti Sundave l an 11 a. in I 'E.'I.Q ,. rK8I. FiR eAI.19-I""ultrll 1

cuvncH or oou I IHomestead.600 and 8 p.. BV ..' f Alto, C W. .McEwenIt : Ii I ..,, wire leveled ro 1 ,
I. N. E. llth tit machine I, ,
mowing
111. W. Drat'' METHODIST. FREE ..'.'"' .."'................_;..... ._...'--. i tl, :M. WO\... ",

pastor.unday F1nrldi Cliy-the Rev Edith Tan ..................... ........_..._........"'._....._._ I 2ivb nr ra, Mbwk l*..' it
'blyn paator Sunday school, I It p. ['JOHN o nAixer POST NO 43 I y"'lr
gat 11 a. m and MO p m: StIli' I m.t praaablof .1:30: and I p W4 S i '
I Jot c. O 0 /Society e:34xpr m4 InI Young. people jousting, TII AMERICAN LEGION I \
Urmodlat C 0. 0. S. in' parsonage 'Junior hteetlngS:3a1 '1'IIHdaf'prayer Shots 0nt'Mid bird \Vcdni-e dos \-l- / 1 f
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|,):30 p. III'; primary C. 0 C; fl-dn ,m"tjig T p. m. TburadayPpNTECOSTAB. I p m.. Americas Legion Cldg I \

tinge l::10 p. m. :MMweekprayer I M post "South Knime AteIftimeatekdj ., i 'lql! o !

settles at 7:10 p. m, Vfed,lj: FIac I .: !'ti.:
Apday. '1 raaaudr.1e/ .. C C Hababergtr .;.01>,..,_"" .........,............_................ I
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( comfort Mt a*ill*
Brooker Lumber ': Go. Inc. NATURAL 1'0 MEOICINC5[ .. ta price with the

OfEIUTlON: .. ofl'robl.\lJIIftIot\
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radar w we
T.aiaies set ......... bUd. Think of Hi /
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MODERATE .- ., wifoti I*'*Mll<*.
IIoe ....1.. a.vera JH Yoa'II wdf

n. It not...a b : to* M* W r.- be i .
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A Everything for the =:3 tm..dae nee ,.... h the product i .

JUoraliir Tr .ll.d aMotibcmrlas. t '
/W. "" ',",, sad wckleil. eI JI.
"'t I* automatically
tui.H. bhs.ise .e GOOD ,! (reead. Mad. ....
*,:M',,:' ",!1rlI D.lJllJ: J .C' the a..aiew niielei 'poles- :: j gitet ye woodetfal '

I UreeeV be* -... .TsyPrehak
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Pan Twelve THE. LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, August 16. IMS.
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South Dade at the present time. i money tpettt to a better advantage from Sunday afternoon to IVMay
u. S. 'I With broom straw and cattle feed PAXSON FAVORS than furnishing fact about nights! was voted at the butt meeting -.
exceedingly seem on account of !the possibilities of development of of the club, but owing t4 en.forteen .
but yeses and mom recent $8,000 FOR RURALDADEPUBIICTTY :this district," said Mr. James. difficulties, off Icon of the
PARLEY droughts, such mlJ-summer farm- i"These circulars or booklet could club found tt necessary to to backto
log activities where :be distributed I by the __ben of the original achedul
WATER this section are going to prowl :, commerce of Miami and Htomt'
profitable,and they could be duplicated \ Beach." WANT ADS PAY
every year through a system I It was at this point that .
aDIlllut4 from ,.. to prevent the water from Continued from page On) Paxson told of Ma desire to .fr'l
held at feast to I draining out almost as fast a* It lI\luet-4nd M hard to find; as $(,000 appropriated M such a purpose
of the op net strata, I* rained in, Mr. SteffaN sakt powerful M a great turblneand by the county tomralsafon.Dr. i
here M too to City Engineer Hook said that regional M hard to build; a. wonderful M Nancy Haln of Miami will'
pillary attraction perus headquarter of the Work youth-.emd M hard to keep." give an address on character leading -
Program Administration had given at next Tuesday' meeting of
straw wafer upward Upon motion by Lion S. A. Sal-
assurance labor would be furnished the Lions dub W. O. Talbott,
I EGeneral
levels, but once the Infer at the claM of Mr. James'address ,"
to carry out the preliminary program chairman for August,
contact with water, the club voted to have t
research work to the announced.
surface can get all necessary copy of this slogan made by en.
they need through the water control projectCampetitloa artist and placed la the clubhouse.i '
Y gree of capillary ; -- Replying to a question by Mr. Sal-I j i Townsend Meeting Day I
} essed by marLfro "Not married ,.cr' inger M to why the back country Changed Back to Sunday
) Steffanl "No." could not have ton publicity I ", .'
year-round farming "But I thought yu had serious ,Mr. James said that thousand of! The August meeting fit the It Bland -
tirely feasible with Inteations hi a motile direction." ,letters art received by the Miami Townsend Club will be held
la this section,which "1 did.but on the."enJntllnton4- Chamber of Commerce asking: Sunday afternoon In the Farm Life
tically a one-season ed to propose to her she told MS she about Mlaml'a back country and School audtioriura Instead of tonight -
the activities of R. R. loved Browning and Ktpllnr, and lit agricultural poealbiUUct. ,according to J.E.McCauley Public Utilities
rlne, who ha* a AhtDey. Now, what chance have I "With small circular or folder South Dade director of Townsend
that district for with a girl who Is la love with three of some kind that we could tend clubs.A Homestead Phone Pile-t9
planted potatoes last other fellows?"-Toronto Cllot I these Inquirers, I can't imagine change in the meeting time

' lowed that with corn, : '" JUJU II II 111111111 II""' "11 111111 , ... . .
beans and soy beans
tween the rows for New Irish Sugar CreekPotatoes
< 1*raising a crop of cat
tot ba,. Tomato and
en would have much v I Butter :
If they could keep : ,
condition by following
3 crops with leguminous : ib.- .28C
back into the soil lOlbs.-----ISC en No-
i things that they take FJa.'I 'IUNTS'
4 county agent said. .
A broom : Crisp Iceberf.Lettuce Any Cut Georgia BeefSteaks
of Miami has 200 .
earn planted out under .

i Saturday. SpecialsSnowdrift

TOMATO | 2 lg. heads- '- 5c 3 Ibb lb. .. ..n-.. zeC

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Ripe Firm can 49c Georgia Beef Chock:


WE-NAVE !Bananasi3Ibs. Quart Can ROAST :


Fresh : -- .:=2C Wesson Oil 39c lb.------"-Ifec: -

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of New Windsor Tender Libby'a Bacon .

CLICK GARDEN PEAS MILKlOtallcans59Clb
CLICK'S SCARLET! .3.C
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UVINOSTON box :
SAUSAGE MEAT
LIVINGSTON SUGARSib.
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Ballard's New South i (6 lb. bag--r-r 25c Fresh GroundHAMBURGER

No.2 2 can-15C Flour 12 lb. bag r r r -- 48c :

Ib. 85c : .
PLAIN OR SELF RISING 24 bag--- --
Homestead -Ifc
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Bran Flakes l\lealor 5 Ibs.18c. Miracle Whip Shoulder :

GRITS-----
SC Salad Dressing Pork Roast, =
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Fancy 51bs. l/2 pints - 15cpints lb.-rrrroa-.3 C.. .-
RICE----- -25 C (:
M Dry Baby
24cquarts39c
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BicJu1qLima /
Beans No. 2 Cans 2 for I

RICA' TomatoeslSe Hot Dogs :
For AU 2 tall cans -
ONLY 19CC ..5 C
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1 1'j Phi=lip's can PEACHES19c ;

ALGEgr Pork & Beans 5c Georgia Beef :
EUBeck'aMEAL Bartlett No 2% can
Rib Stew
OR GRITS Louisiana PEARSt9c :

No. 2 Can Trapper's ib .__.n. .12c
tOe SALT : =
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,. 15c BLACKBERRIESCorn Calf 7

JII'51 1 25c Spkgs.--- IOC 3 er--S9c Overate :

r cans 16. __.._

Grade A ShippedEGGS Canova Vacuum PackCoffee
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