The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00034
 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 23, 1935
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00034
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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"TEACHES AND'TI Pool Closed Of Improvement All Week as Get Program Under Way I MINIMUM PHONE RATE HERE

PUPILS MUSTBEBACKSEPT.2 I Closed since Monday morning-;|I-will mak It easy tot swimmers to CUTT0$21MORD! RISSUEDBYRAILROADCOMh11SS10N ,

for the scrubbing and a1&.proof-1|i climb out of any section of the
Ing promised by \ i I pool On will be placed at the "
rector Theo Dieter the municipal i shallow end, two In the middle '
swimming pool will not reolUll I: (one on each side) and one at the ) f
until the tint part of next week .' deep end. The baby pool Is ready ;
Immediate co-bperatldn ot the municipal -' for business now. ,

.. ?Adst" how 2 Weeks Rcsi plan of Owert-tbat-be Mr Dieter and MU With betty the- of Twb bluestone hundred barb and been fifty used pounds tn THE WEATHER One-Party-House Service ..o)'I I

deep Mate Before children' recreation '
In : Murphy scrubbing out the floor of the pool Reduced to $3 Two-
director, made possible the prompt! ; I
Sehbdl OjpihlnfeEXTENDED tort of work.A and ribbing down VII walks Ihrlolal toh.. r.-.0." "eq,. Iu","",," nlOeP.as :.;
around the trig of the pool. Bluestone &aHm. mawNb.d. Party, to $2.50

IiRIrCAtJTIO$, rtt1LtNG thorough Scrubbing with lye not only kill algae, but # Q 1t'l: : -
and bluestone baa been given the also kill the fungus that tousoa Mile -1I.1f.;- riVE
BY BOARD aide and the floor of the pool and thl.Ws foot The dressing rooms A : is i RAtES EFF
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an drain have been cleaned out. have been scrubbed until the floors 17 SEPTEMBER FU 't. .
;' Contracts; for Buildings Th coat ot wax recommended by shine, and locker have been Aug. 18 __I :1"I .0$ ,'.'
:' at Beach Let; Tuition Mr Sister a* alga resistant, la Clbaned out More fatuities have Aug. 1ft.Aug _..
:tO ___ |: HomsWad, inr Big Group
now being applied. Hi* recdmmendationa been ordered for the lavatories. '
| Charge Stands for Improving sanitary and partitions ot dressing room Aug. 31 |, IS 1 10 110.06 of Cities Affected by
facilities and re-arranging and showers have been altered for Aug. 12 I 92 : 6B (21.1 tit
![Principal and teacher as well
a. dressing room are to be carried more privacy. Decision 1
.. ail pupil must be In Florida two
velu before school reopen M a out also.The I I Benches and other furniture
protective measure against the \n'troductlon heW and springier I I i have been painted by Mist Murphy The Hom.-S; ; office o( the ,
. of infantile paralysis b&ard to replace the present ones' and Volunteer assistant while the Southern Bell Telethon &t Tttegraph .
.. 14 persons who might have contracted wilt be Installed text week;and a' men were engaged lithe Cleaning I PLANT TRACT Cp.hai not yet received 'f
the germ in the several ten-foot diving tower will folloxvA and waking operation PWA any bfficUl notice of rat rwJut-
states in which it he been epidemic Sa-foot iiid for children will II workers are rimming grass and bona announced Sunday a* haw }k.
this summer. be erected at the shallow end of otherwltt "policing up" the ISFORLEASEShallow big been ordered by the state rail
iThU rule was adopted by the the pool and four }sore ladder ground around, the pool. ; road commission and scheduled ;
lid* County board of public Instruction u to .go In Ether her on September
Wednesday, and I, T MAKESISTATEMENT LAIN POSTPONES DATE ----I hock Pit to Be 1, Miss Nixon, thief operator t
Wanon wu instructed to tend ARTHUR Of QAM8 WITH COCA COLA) Kept as Adjunct of of the Homestead exchange,
x> tio** to :*U teacher* and prtnetpal '- said yesterday When asked tor
t *, ",whether outside tile stab OF The di inoud'bjj g m* between : city Utilities confirmation of th* published flgum. -
tit not, that they must produce the Homestead All-Stanf and Coca 7th. '
esidence: ot having been itt thestate Cola of Miami, arranged for last ifo fortiori municipal tiorneitead'a one- utJ rmWdene
two week before they win bight on the local municipal field light and water plant tract which telephone rate wa otlered
ty allowed to mum their post. LEAGUEJ1NANCElloreJUghts was called off When rain yesterday form tJte foreground of the city reduced from $3.BO to $21| the two-
r..J fjSlnc Mon //lt, September 18, afternoon mad the field too mud public park and playground, now: party residence rate, from $1 to
enlnlhellthd, ll ,Ordered dy and slippery for playing The, in process> of development, 1 la for IJ.50; the four-patty maidens ,
."'S he i9s9.3e term teacher and anr) datewion*vWch..tiegeme., ,wlU,-bayplkyedo06150 ,tease lor prtvate eomnwrclal; ( enter fail, from $SMio ., a
upns' who fcrv' wfTnust"De: : More Bleacherij'tofie Mkt*Thursday .prUe. WM the unantroout opinion Th. one-party basin: *** tel-
back in th* state by September 2. Built night--will be announced at the of the Homeitead city council In' phone rate of the homestead system >
The ruling had already been adopted i --- league game. response' M an application by Sid bas been reduced from M.90
a* applies to children, the action A financial statement of the An extemporaneously arranged L. Kendrick of Homited that I to $4, according to report
taken by the school board Homestead Diamond Ball League game between 'fatties' and akin- he be granted I lease for ZOjrtlir The two-party bualnea Utep- N
:Wednesday merely extended it to tor the period of June 2 to Au,. nies" which was to have precededthe to the shallow rock pit at tile phone rate was not reduced from ;
Include the teaching personnel. 10, 1039, Issued this week by A. All-Stara-Coca Cola contest northeast comer ot the tract $)80 a month $3.S5, aa reported 'i
,,A, contract for the construction F Arthur, president, shows total i was likewise postponed, with date Mr. Kendrick did not appear In In Sunday' new dispatches. aa
ot school buildings ,for South receipt' of $53777 and total ex- (a be announced later person before the council, but his I tile existing rate ii $J.50. tf the i f
a $Elementary School lit Miami Beach penditures of |5J .89. The detailed written application, read by the reduced figure are right theca .r
wa let Wednesday to Fred How- is clerk, proposed the erection Ot a '
statement Is follows: :ORGANlZElALLTEAMS for, two-party business telephone ;
"' land for $111.869 There were four fruit Stand and ornamental stone users have received reduction of j:
other bids. Contract for construction RECEIPTSGate factory at the pit. The rental, 23 instead of $2.25 a .,
of a building for North (37 game) ._._._.... $52377 graduated upward annually, would only cents k
forfeit (( teams) _....._ 60.00 i ,
Elementary School, also at the ;- amount to 13.500 eve th' 20-year butin tole- $ :
The four-party
SaM ..._.._..-j.. .- 4.00 period wltlt all WtiMll!. erectedto
awarded Rodney
Beach, wa to phone rate here was reduced from
Miller, whose bid wa $118,1100. GIRLS UP TO 15 become the proper) of the city, $3 to II.T9. \t
'Th* school board authorized the $57.77 at the end of that time Homestead wa only one., tf? \ i
, repairing of window shade for DISBURSEMENTS$ I It wa pointed out that the ruck: Urge group 01 cities $RtaVKlChle-," t,1
all school in the county at a coat Balla, bats, etc. 73.40 01'lanlzatlo-t;; Juvenile diamond pit i* used as a drain basin tor the phone rate reduction wr Ordered
: J of $2420, and voted to purchase right bulbs ,v j $974 ball squads was begun this purifying tank ot the water by the state railroad commission -
hew shades at a cost ot $337. tights, jMyj'' r1; ;,,. :.:. .'lUO: week: by Miss Betty Murphy with plant and that I hedge had been Saturday Other title affected n
C. A. Chamber of Princeton Work on diamond (m.t'U I 80.2. the formation of one group for developed around it to hide any Include Miami, Jacksonville, ,j
who has held the contract for Work on diamond (labor) 63.3) boy 12 yean of age and younger unsightly view from the road and Peniaeola, Orlando West Palm .1
transporting pupil to and from Manager (I Weeks) __ 123.3< i and another group for boy from to link it up with the general Beach, Ky West, DeLand, Fort A
Redland Farm Uf School low sev Umpire _____ 87.50 13 to 151 Inclusive A squad for scheme of beautification for the Lauderdale Fort Pierce, New :a
WI.tral', :years, was the successful bide Gate keeper .., .. 91.SO girl 1$ yean old and younger municipal property Beautification Smyrna Palatka, Hollywood and '
JIf"f' der: again for the contract, it was Scorekeeper 22.00 I will 'b* started next week. enlneertlOll1e time ago cit-' Stuart Tbe order for reduced
f found at a recent meeting ot the Expense visiting teams.._ 11.IS I Those deilring to toy but for the ed the shallow pit as easily adaptable charge followed nearly two:>> years
board. Expenses mile _.._-__-- 1650 group to which they are eligible into a beautiful ornamental of investigation and public hear-
are Invited to see Miss Murphy at pooL : but
.New )fcmbers.Fumlsh $32681 the municipal swimming pool or Th clerk wa Instructed to advise The Homestead exchange serves
Balance on hand ___$ 60.8! diamond ball field between the Mr Kendrick that the property i iIt. the territory from Gould to Florida -
v Rotary Club Program LIABILITIES hour of 9a.m.and3p.m. h* referred to was not 'forTh City incluaiv
",,",> forfeit _.___ 8000 Team will be selected for practice *.*.
The Homestead Rotary Club's W. D. Home Co. ____ 20.13 I game and for game with e committee appointed to Mb, III IlIIIIIIIIIIIIliHIIilluhI! nIllIIIIII I; !
It" tlft.ewellt member tarnished similar juvenile team which C. R. certain the cost of repairing or
: the program at the meeting: of the 180.1* Guilt ridge, Rudland FEM rec- renewing the city hall root'WU DIAMOND BALL
dub Wednesday noon la Legion ON HAND reattun director, i* .,anlaln.. The given more time to secure bid, I SCHEDULETonightHorne
i' Hail Bate, 5) bail, Si mask, 2. best team In each age group will The committee appointed to
James Wollam lave I br\ehum.. be entered In county-wide chil- offer the owner of the Opalocka
Rotary movemenfi The "work diamond'1 item dren' diamond ball tournamentto Zoo a doUar-a-yeat base on 10 I VI Walton Fertllia t
ft :::rI'1fbe ... F A.
with the fire- of the r Row y
M Include the construction two be held In Miami on September acres of municipal property on
aide meeting started by Paul Harrla bleacher tends, raising the level 4, 5. and II, Mis Murphy aald. Outskirts of the city a* s cite fat Mon, Aug. zek-Brooker V*. Roe
.". In IMS, and held at the horn of the diamond, and construction The boyr quad, started this j the loot which lie Was reeking to fury; Walton VII Fertilizer.Tues. .
'et Its member tan rotation (from of backstop and bleacher Wire week by Mia Murphy bad the move, reported that requirements ., Aug. 27 Lion v*.
which the name Rotary originaltil. Gala receipt have increased: to following enrolled] for practice up such as clearing the Oouldai Home vs. Brooker.
Maxwell Smith gave a talk, an average of approximately $22a to yesterday; land and erecting building and Wed.. Aug. JS-Llona: ya Turn
r "WII) I'm in Rotary", in which night, Mr. Arthur said so it Is Boy 11 and younger-Y'rank additional acreage, went impo> era Walton vs r F.'A.
/,, 'Ira,giv* Rotary1 ideal of service, probable that improvement of the Bilello Kenneth Glenn, Mat sable for the city to !meet so the Thurl. Aug ,t Uoiw v*,
its development of good fellow- field Will be continued and that laro, Johnny Bilello, Stevie matter was dropped. Dixie Turner v*. Texaco ".
't.i ,.?. hip and' its friendship fat man another bleacher stand directly in Richard Bigger, Jack BaJ..1 City Attorney !:. P. Robert reported IU Aug. 0-rooker v*. VMtlllaer "
,f jn general a* hill reajpna. the rear ot the backstop will 'b* Sammy Binds, Harry that h* felt that the city ; Walton v*, Rotary
tl 4 cbas. Caves,who spoke briefly constructed. Leon Simpson, Joe Sincere. could tuecMifully defend a rift Moo* Sept S-Horn* yn. r. T, ,+ .
t tn "What Rotary Stand For", Mr. Arthur'' pointed out bun. Murtretta. Harry" ''Wllliun*, Cha brought'by'the Eureka Fire Moss A.. Rotary t*. Fertilizot" -',
was In charge of the program. He that the expense of.* manaifer Conner, Ot L. Bowen, Gerald An Co. for payment .* *vtnvsbant y 'pN.Seni $.;eeaaoo e&bitlay
.'Introduced a stringed orchestra epualderednecessary' when the drew, Jack McMlchael. $5,000, and another suit brought by ttotety vs. r. ft A.,, ]
'composed of Kcnaey Watta oflfarsna league was getting started has Boys II through 15-Wm. Mil"MJ.cIuIeI J. R. Durrane In which he seeks Wed. Sept '4'1- 'I'Vi'Mi'110' ,
and Hunter Sag and been dropped. R has been,faund J. T. Godwin Barney to have the clerk: mandamused to Gould; Horn vs. Fertiliser
Boy Yont of Goulds which played that the employment of another Godwin, Wm. raaula. Lefty Bindo, pay over to him monies of the Fri, SepC! 6--Walton vt. Brook" J
J ,"hill billy" and mountain mIlS- umpire at $1.50 a night, make Harvey Rite, Clinton Bishop, Fred city as bit *J they are collected, W
i.* before and after the talk to aa It possible to get atom without Chapman, Rex Faust Emory Daring to the clufaiQ of all other claims, Night gMM start a* tae
s, stance that S.MIJtt4 M MMtwore / a manager tor the time twin*. Rufus Sullivan, LUAurn Mix until his etoim, mowiU to
*., .. \( w4Wt4..f.an J.'mJ, oa,1'bunnan Cornier >more than tlOeoc are satisfied. ntlllilUUlrImUnmln! IIHi1U


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Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday August 23, 1935,

GUESSWORK ISELIMINATED Character Analyst Ready FacesIn I I for good that scientist Both If niece he man had ventureInto Studied

fhtof and want reeutta. theyare GROVE
Audience After Talk to Lions practical

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who said Indicating Harley stows 1* AdmbMloa lit
MOTOR ANAL random from her survey several yean ago
etaaen at
: ton audtena war given by Dr. Nancy said the speaker "They found that R. Core)-ha* a keen tent, Matinee livers 81 A Man, a p....
YSlSj SO cant of the butta **faitwrei of humor; however,It I*very quiet
1 meet Rain of )!!snit ttllowteg a per
I Thms Installs Ifa talk the made to the Redland District were due to the owner*'' lacking humor SATURDAY ONLY
i Tons Club en "CharacterAnalytit tome emotional character trait "That red-head down on the end BUCK JONES"Outlawed
L That Check Car Tuesday night In the demanded by their particular bual- (H. O. Thurnwn)-pica** stand J.
; pletely in Jiffy Uoni Den on Silver Palm Road. net. up. Now. he think twice before Guns" I
; "At present in Columbia Uni- he move H* J* athletically
Character analyst i* used la "
I Three machine that eliminate helping person to find the vocation vanity, they are dividing the students built He baa deep observation. lUll fastest and tnwecl ae a.. !
the guesswork la detecting Auld for which they are fitted abe a* they enter into three & R. Salinger Bedland groveowner thrilled drama.
P analyzing inefficient performanceof uldL type They take moving picture i was analyzed at a man) Ala "Rearing West" Me. 4
motor CM haft ten Installedby "We must do tome tort of work of them a*they enroll, study their I "who think out hi* own philosophy SUNDAY THKI1 TUESDAY \
and determine to which type: of W .. He ha a keen energy -
Brake and Electric Service Co. that we can do with 100% per face: Sail with this "Ship Gambler
Krone avenue at N. t Fourth cent of ourselves," Mid Dr. llala. they: biking. On to the Mentalor I but also a reflexive quality" on the most exciting trip he !
atreet at an investment of approximately "Naturally the more we like to doa abstract type- The** people said Dr. Main. "HI reaction to made)
1X000 to make It the thing, the more we do and, of should be trained for a pntMatao- people are kindly. '
d beat equipped the* of its kind lathe court", the more successful we are al career. Next la she meduuUcal 'WUmer H. Cast real estate .Thrill-packed ,
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South. Ton Theu, proprietor In our work. The country It now type. It you put a petto at this broker, who Nod at her Fun. I
announced Oils week. fitted with aU tort of schools telling type behind a deck teas .ffk* tion, wa put In the Capped
The three machine comprise a you what you should do, what he will become ill. He _t tit social group IndlCl-I
Weldenhoff Cntifled Motor TimeVp tort of work you are fitted for. there and work;be must be up and "CIM&MIe bran III'tI
I System which check very A vocational guidance director moving."Ines. athletic front manager down,
part of the motor and Ignition would ask :you what kind of a we have the social type. laid the sraialtr. "He could be .VON l
lint ii the Ignition analyzer home you bad what kind of Inheritance Almost an tat people arc the aortal I
which tune with a system of neon you bad- not only what typo They.. gvoil-hearled.Md move-in .
1I&bt&1JIW 30 day ago whenIt you like to do."Character they are good people to trust with settee of humor.'h1IHe I* pretty well 1
was put Co the open market analysts are- Interested stock and bonds to lam because satisfied with meals a
It was in use only by the bigger In three race First there they have good Judgment day-m other words, ha it pretty
motor car manufacturer by Pan- I II the Nordic type. These peopleare If you want to go tea place where wen satisfied with lite. He It
American Airway and by government tall, mostly have blue eyes good toad .1t'ft4. and you deal cautious. He II. manager, too"
aviation branch,Mr.Tbeut long bead and high-bridged no .. know where to goperbap you Of. J. L. Hkkton, grove owner
MkL It tests aU the spark plug They art natural colonber They are In a $atrang towav jutt pick I she said: "He it the mental and
It once without removal from the like to go Into place and start out a fat person .meal time and I motive type. He should be on themental
f motor tests calls m car ranging thine Then we have the Mediterranean tower 11Im. Hell guide you right' end of tome mechanical
} type-dark-compleztoD- Then If you want to buy tome-i Job -thtt it, the head of a construction
16cylinder |,td people, mostly abort and alenoVir. thing to a material for a suit or job or something of that WEDNESDAY THURSDAY \
,1 The ignition analyzer shows i They are quiet and like the finer dress, get a tat clerk to wait on: nature lit it a balanced type;
!> the action of the coil, condenser art* painting and music Lat ;you. Of cause If you want aome-' He should haft a good memory.He .
and distributor point an working we have the Alpine type. They thins that la possibly more chic a' think evenly." ,
." in unison lor front of your eye, have rather blocked bead and thinner person would be good, but'' Dr..Ham described C L. Ooteya
without removing anything from thick bo4Ie;. They are I mixture for the best-and incidentally the "very jolly. H* 1* a person who
the car," Mr. Theu aid. It cut of Tartar and German. They pro highest price-th* tat person will feeds ill the cat In the neighbor
out all guesswork la diagnosing pee slowly in masse" tell you whole-heartedly and- cor-. hood. He hash very good patatTe."
ignition trouble or determining Dr. Ham said that a survey of rectly what to buy. Of Walter 0. Talbott, former
the ignition I* responsible for the student failure made by Columbia Beading face, Dr. Kaln described president of the Lion dub the
,j trouble. If the motor car owner University showed that only 1, J, McLendon, cashier said: 'He It the Noodle type. He
.J will stay with u* while we tat 10 per cent of them failed because Bt the first National Bank of thinks quickly, not at fast at torn
it out he will be able to read just 'of illness or in health or other Homestead and W. W. Wood, of the others, but rather quickly.He .
what It wrong with tt u we art" things of that tort; 10 per cent Homestead Jeweler a* the "go- move Impulsively He to a
) The carburetor analyzer, attached tatted because they were extroverts fetter" type Both the said, have good provider for his family He
: to the exhaust pipe with Instead of Introvert The convex upper and both have Nordic I Is the social type and the vital type
a boat that take the exhaust gas boy who failed were taken on a note. and I'm afraid he will get tatter
to the machine for analyst, indicates lour of the weat and given sales "Both have a great deal of hu- yet He keep himself comfort THE GREATEST VOICE
l' the exact percentage of fuel i.man' course and turned out to be I mor, Mr. Wood can be sarcastic I able. He can eat a door knob and SINCE CARUSO
consumption. Score of automobile Chit beat;laktmen. If he want I to and'be could be a Continued ou Pace Nine) ,

', owner Mr. Theui nave shop driven and alongside had .these aaatytl, and no Increase lathe 1I111111(in IIUillmlU1ll11ll1ll1ll1ll1ll1ll1ll1ll1l1ll1ll1ll1ll1ll1l1l( ( ( ( ( 11ll1ll1ll1ll1ll1U1II II 11I11I11I111I11I11111I11I11111111111I11I11a ( =

; the ....m1Je.,. efficiency of their regular price for making adjustments EI
can letted. This U done without and replacing paprt if = =
Charge. made. From present Indication,
The motor analyzer tests thetotnprectlon I Mr. Theu Mud, the machine will
of the motor, indicate soon pay for themselves In the
condition of pistons ring, extra butlne they bring because I I
valve and other vital part with i the patron know beforehand Reductions in Prices on
} absolute accuracy without necessitating -. Just what the trouble U and ,
the removal of the cylinder Just about hour extensive the repair a =
head and tying up the car for bill will be. 53 '.,iI
a dy or two, only to find that the Mr. Tbeu has added an expert
k trouble was somewhere ..... mechanic and a helper to prevent Pyrethrum Powder I .i
\ No charge I* made for any of any delay in turning out work. :

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J{ Published. fritter. at Ilonmlrail.f1 The A-n.e THE BY MM. U !>. !411.llR. 1-1 Little::; ,
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of Parliamentary .. ,
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\ ( LIBXAIT BOUM of Hawaii by Ruth Elinor McKee ,'

BEN: AKCIIKH. .. ..-.-.. .-. _....EiDlMKnlcred Law Moa*>*ptn.de/. Tbuga4' me.R et.lildv. has been selected by the Ppubloday .
f T*: isr. a' Book Club. It is both act and fiction Told : ;
py ANVIB UTTUC UtRRT19TH -II: I" ; e-e Us
-----..- Milt McKee Is a librarian In
: as around class null _t- Honolulu From old records,

," fee March IB It U. a' the poet etlceM INSTALLMENT. Tile another Junior. Woman's book lost Club>>week save letters and journals the found In ... -..........".-, J
11._...... Florida, elder Uw act us pew her
library slut wrote story
,, t W Man t. U1I. "O'miQ 1 "The WI'IICbt the OauntlMi" b, the Many; yean ago a rumor spread That Manager Webb has It ell 'J": i
Philip Hart Ira full of adventure I
Aa assemMr expresses Its will or through Connecticut that the I proved out that the Rotary team '+.;
5 'i a PRICE tioo A TEARS opinion a question ftp voting upon and,alt shipwreck Florida, story burled which treasure will people of Hawaii were happy, they I Is the best In the local diamond
The oMamon forms of votingare ball league thusly: Brooker beat
P 1 It. were really enjoying life, not
probably seldom be found at homeas
S by ballot -- MtUn or oral, or many responsibilities, a sort of Walton then Horn beat Brooktr
i VACATION COMPULSION Mack aDd whit baOa.-by rising, by long as the pages hang togeth earthly paradise Something had and, lastly, Rotary beat Hord 'l

P! The summer Urn I* her, roB OIIU viva veee CbJ the vole), by er.Do to be done about It so they gathered I therefore since Brooker was bet.
+ The days also hot show at hands, by preity. The mostcommon you ever think about money? together a ship load of missionaries ter than Walton, Horne was better .
t And I must find a place way I* by the vote*. the Perhaps you will find some help who let sail to save these I than Brooker and Rotary was
To think they're not. i presiding eiricgeeylae' A4) In favor in s little booklet published by the! people from their happiness The better than Horne, the conclusion
,I any, "Ay"; aU opposed, "No". Sound Money league, "What U story is about Constancy Williams, : of notary's superiority 1* Inevitt
I have a home thal'f cool ([Do opt say .ohtrnry-minded) Do not Sound Honey, and Who Will Con-" one of the original band of mis able-on paper anyway. ,
Quite cool Indeed. ay by the usual sign except the vote trol It, England or America by sionaries. She wanted Jonathan I *
.i But I must fet a change is being taken In a fraternal or other James H R. Cromwell. Well, : Williams; to get him she feigned : That friends of a certain curly-
I I do not need. society whoa ritual\ states an adopted what tJ money anyway? This conversion. Maybe It was as headed grocery clerk wonder why
aim Voting by proxy should pamphlet may help your under- well she lacked something 4UI: I he spends so much of his tiip
; My M U very soft". p65b5 allowed except the by-laws atandln,. Personally the more for she made up in good deeds. And fishing Kt, one of the channels on
; The mattress deep, make this pnyfUlon,'I\J( proxies are ''I read and hear about money the : Constancy knew tolerance. These I II the upper fceys.R .
t So I must rent a place permitted I plank b* provided more puzzled t grow. In my experience I mUflonariea who first vlitd e e
Where I can't tiny. for the purpose. Stock eom- sometimes It is, sometime I Hawaii lIve much and they took That the return of another
.l ponies aa a ....1. UM this plan. I It Is not. But what It Is or what : much. One short century ha seen I knight of the groceries i* cause
My rooms are airy too, lit Is not I do not know. It is all : for rejoicing In certain quarters
It la well to become familiar with : many changes in the Islands,
My ceilings high, beyond my comprehension Perhaps s
I t So I must leave them flat, the thirds motions rot*. that require a two- I librarians are not expected -;:;- I Ii That the attractive secretarywho
t don't know why. (I to know anything about money. Cirrus Insists there is no weddingbell
t A motion that I* carried that con "The lord's Anointed", a novel i "Ar you a trained nurseT" asked i iI news yet, may be giving the
l My window all are screened, flicts.wltl. ) The opn (ltutlon and I I a child who !I'IP.on\ the wylk out. I Ii society department the "nut
I From fly and gnat law} U null am" tola oven I i sj\ And naturally I therej pier haveb* n a 11"1 Instructing the secretary to cast the I !,res," replied the purest "Whydo I ----
; Can't stand for that! Cute In the affirmative A I Vot. Robert's Rules of Order Revised i you uk f" Plumber: : "I've com to fix that
I vote Is taken a* a rule. upon all motion oppose this action unless the I "1 Just wondered It youM do your j old tub In the kitchen."

i Go fetch the paper*.,,Jud qf epurtcey and the negative f bylaws state that by unanimous vote tricks at a circus ply brother. and II Young son: "Mama, her* the
And fet me seat voti'l not palled for The ntr the secretary may be Instructed to f ar* giving In our back lard.',.-.1:110: doctor to see the cook."Army
When I can go and live Uv* vote should always be iakn except 'cast the ballot 'If, the secretary Is' and Navy Register.
In miaeryl upon motion of courtesy, oven 1 so Instructed he rimes and 'says, Ahat
though the presiding officer U sure "Mr President your secretary cast The congressman's sister called Capt. (displaying telephone
I Some seaside bungalowWith the motion' has carried. It the the ballot for -" (read name or him up at Washington by long distance "But there's nothing to it but the
jetty belli chalf, I* la daunt, he asks for a rising names). "What have you been doing r* receiver. Where's the mouthpiece
Some people I don't like sets, and If a member doubts the The president declares the election, she demanded. ?"
I And clammy smells. result h* may call tor a division. of the candidate and discharges the 'What do you mean?" Lieut,: "It doesn't need one This
s Form I call for a division, or. I call terters It the presiding officer la "Don't try to tool me I react jhe Is a special phone over which I
The view I get in town'sA for a rising rot. This does not rem re-elected, the vlre-presldent declares paper Yesterday they said the converse with my wll ."--CamR
i splendid one, quire a _ But I must go away rpt the motion and takes a rising .
Where there ii none. Cots While a single" member
eaq'pomp,la rising :vote fig be token.
t A ahack up In the' hill, It requln*,i majority/ tote te Order! f WHIM MIG

With noises strange, a oonnl. Bine the presiding officer u
!1 If, quiet where I live, I* obliged to defiant the vote. he ,e w+
I need a change! must have the right to order count p r
when the vot I* clou It a coatIs A clrJu.s I
1 Y A cottage by a lake, '
taken tt must be recorded In the .Ct.A71VJ 711&tf !
: That' what I seek!

I'm That tired doesn't of a home leak. minute TellersIf t$II ?I I IIS

I the Cote I II by ballot teller v ; .IOORtt,+
( A little country house should be appointed each side being a AS.If.
t With pump and well, rprentd Tellers act only as In YANO
In some secluded spot strurted by the chair The halt ;
An hot at hell! man of the tellers announce th<' ,
I sets, but must never declare the a 41 fY
I'm happy here at home election of a candidate or ann"\mc<
Uut customs quaint any decision, appointing tell
Decree that I must go era the chair should name those w:to
Where comfort ain't understand the method of the organlsation A
-H. t. Phillips, In American Eagle.ahame In keeping the talUWKfTIONSNO c 1. +LxtI
/ va l
faaedly almost. Cosgreaamake
this newest move to hull the proceeding to an electionto
Inflow of liquor rum rum ship. fill an ePic.. nominations are In I
ThenM much talk of how this order Nominations do not requirea
Illlrlt! trail would mop when prohibition second. Th constitution thouM
stopped: there Is M much e*.. state how the officers should M else
dance that the smuggler only waste ed and the bylaws should give details
mor>. pros.,.,.. .. Government off!. of election In the ordinary
elals are all but astounded that this society, tile mode of election should
outlawry flourish** In spits of their be simple. (Do apt have toe much
effort Jiiuor hat mil .fonntenrv | red Up In the method of your ,lea.
Uut maybe the thing goes \\l9n). A, nominatingcommtttto maybe .
deeper than that The tovrlng and appointed or elected. It this
:f accept me by the 'respectable" part plan la adopted other nomination
ef the trad Of a tax on liquor I* aaknnwledireinfnt may be made from the flour I

that big profits are A nominating ballot may: be taken I .
fine mail oa human weakness So to nominate the officers While :
I 'i
perhaps the government arr tan same think the nominating committee
expect t* thrive In splitting the tak- are mlemocratlc use beet re- Wf 1
into on >ham*>-Christian ScienceMonitor. suite are often obtained IV-thle nethed. '
II If the nominating nuamllt la .Mtt/.MI p 1 1I

elected sad not appointed tt seems a'
Park M the pavement too aear perfectly fate ,.,u. Etotkin! should! ffJ(
bores at right and stand In front of be by ballot and this should Minted l
Ike tall light ae you take oft the In thf by.taw* but they may be by A60 TN&/ISTNCTION'01'
spare tire-which will Immortalise voice. I .SlN8 GOVEINOIi-.-

ton In _*bod)'' memory aa the If the by-law* or standing tutee ef 17.0.eIDA ioitc 54 TIJ4N'

tallow Who was mashed three feet a society breed and two inched thick by the and electing officers.anyone ,'I Yef"r ,
Import of a heavy: duty track against can make a .sotto! t>rcribInc ,1
the for ot his ewe earv -Frow Readrt a method In very louse *rgaahiatkHM < P. DUVAL, who succeeded interesting to know that Duval Count ..i

IM< a motion. ,to(lose the aamitaUona, of Florida from 1822 to 1834. HU 1822 by the tint legislative council: held!,
SEND IT IN but the Chair Wary debut the, some- moat notable work throughout tot long that year in Pensacola ;r t
tIt Inatkul ck-..... which M a rul h* period w.s undoubtedly big successful Native of Southern China the Interest.: rye.
you have a bit of news does h\ email bodle If, for any I handling of the! Indian over whom. he exhibited big UMEJ BERRY or Myrtlo-Lime is also,
Send it In.Or rowel It Is oeshred to reopen noml. control. Governor known
remarkable as Chinese Ltine. The flowers are J
a Joke that will amuw nations, it may be done by a BuOorIty -I settlers of white
Duvsl wag one of the first Tallahassee and sweet scented while the fruit }
Send It In, 'tete. It oaa be amended as to
which founded and made arc thkk-ekinned rather.
was berries with a
A tory that U true,' time, but no other subsidiary motion'
of Florida during his adminis spicy fail 1 I
An incident that' new, may bs applied W It OfTlcers eleet I the capital pulp. Shrubby and fairly dense
Never mind the) style take their office aa sews a* elected tration. Famous for his wit and humor, its habit of growth the plant, with its*
It tilt story 1* worth white, tinleea the by-law elate differently' he WM also A fine lawyer and in later : deep green leaves, la highly valued an a* ;

It may help offeauM a fmUe, Often wkea there U only one eandi-I 'veirf participated prominently in PloridVl prpamenta ctg roe ig Jl lltolttl I i ,
51d tllI. I date for an Knee, three |* saved bv first. constitutional coven<< o. It Is : itnt to sal i.1d.
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t Friday, Aufinst 38,1935. __THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Paw FIve '

: Rotary Steps Out Fertilizer Row Issues-- Home Wins From Prank Bernecker Pick* ARTHUR IAKES'i

Call for New Material New Name for Station
, With Surprise 3-2 Brooker 4' to 2 in

Men or boys who care to ry out rrahk.tBWcpver aern. .,... rot fly ,STATEMENT OF
Win Over Home Co. for the Fertilizer Bow diamond Eight Inning GameBrooker the II.Mrs !ita-

: ball team are invited to be .t the tion, has Marled Its name to LEAGUE FINANCE

',j The Rotary Club team topped municipal l diamond ball field Monday Lumber Co., the well- Frank's Firestone service, to* announced

,I out of the weak sister class Tuesday announcement at :S p. m. aeoordlng to *n nigh invincible team of the Homestead this week.

and surprised everybody with lamed yesterday by Diamond Ball League bow- Mr. Bernecker decided on the Continued Prom Page OnvtAck ,i

m a 3 to 3 victory over W. D. Horn team.Vernon Turner, manager of the ed to W. D. Home Go, 4-8, In a name after making airangemejM* !about plan of the league

" Co. In the tint night of the final game Monday night postponedfrom to continue stocking and servicing after the end e( the present aeries,
round In the Homestead Diamond Monday of the preceding Firestone tire aa the station bat Mr. Arthur said that nothing def- t

Mail League's present schedule.The Goulds DefeatedBy week on account of rain. done for several year past texa- inite had been worked out !

upset was Intensified by Neither side made any runs until eo products will be handled exclusively but there are Indication X.

' the fact that as near back as the, Texaco Girls; the eooond inning when Brooker In the gasoline, oil and popular demand to begin another I

preceding: Friday night Home had garnered Ha two. The fifth yielded greasing department Washing schedule of some sort as soon aa p, s
trounced Rotary by a score of 8 I Brooker Licks FF, nothing for either team then and polishing and road service the present schedule la ended.

to I. Needless to say, the -. I llama walked put on the field In will be made specialtte Mr. Arthur receives no compensation -

on went wild since to blOllCb-j Texaco Girls defeated Goulds I the sixth and tied the score. -- a* president el the

chorus of fervent Rotary fans Growers I to I Wednesday night Brooker was unable to do anything Walton Nosed Out league, although he Is wow vlrtuaOy -
wu added the mar ot those who diamond m 1U half of the sixth, so the game performing the duties of
Oft the municipal ball,
rejoice to see the underdogs get went on. Both team were blanked manager. He Was a most active
till 5
field. Goulds failed to score to 1 by BrookerIn
pa top once In a while. In tbe seventh, but Home started member of Urn.JRoUcy Qub CIf moo
the opening half of the first but
Finder, one of the three players In the second brought la two '11I'II1 the eighth oil with two more Postponed GameWalton mltteft that 'maniged' the successful .

Recruited from residents of the up- to tie two that Texaco had made runs and Brooker was gooae-egget campaign to r.1IIeIn'" for i; ,

per keys by Manager Bevo Webb in its half of the first Texaco in Its half of the eighth. equipping the municipal diamondball t

truck out five Home men, while garnered another in the last half The fans nude whoopee In a Nurseries was nosed Out field with lights for night

the opposing hurler, Roberta, fanned of the second however, blanked big way over the dishing out of by Brooker 8 to 5 Friday'night of playing, and when the league wasorganized '
only one Rotary better. I for hat week in a postponedfrom he was the unopposedchoice
Goulds In the third and then wentto some competition: their edification -I game
The official box score and summaries bat and scored three more runs and when Horn brought; Aug. S on account of rain for president 1
of the two games fotlottr' : that proved the whining margin in the two winning runs in the and played following the scheduled Tile lighting 01 the field will be

Tuesday Dame as Goulds made two runs In the eighth bedlam broke loose. I Rotary-Horne gam I !Improved soon wlt1the Installation i '
Vena .. > .,... ak It of lights costing $81 which ,
.oy e fourth and one In the fifth, com- Thomas struck out 12 Horne It was a match between two
0 7mpbTa S 111 Buhra* If 4 4 I
have been
lMdu.. Ik I I iR Rohm H I | I pared to only two in the. fourth men, but he also gave bases on teams dead set on winning. Neither already ordered the
Krtmkaok..af S I 1,1", ....., r I iO 1 for Texaco. balls to 8. Sutton struck out only j aide allowed the other to score league president said. All money

0 = Ik e I I : tmpitta blEufcankl Ik cS : t t Brooker Lumber Co defeatedthe three of the Brooker aggregation, Until the fourth Inning when I over and above expenses of the
P.11e7 a : :1 .. a1 but he was so effectively backed Brooker managed to send two league will be put into improvement -
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F..l. lb 1 Webb It, 1 0 Future Farmers 11 to 6 In the of the field and addition of
C Learnsa I I tIIb"ry .t rt ., I second of the evening. Fora .liP by his team that Brooker runners around the banes only to
II Canpk'l rf j n/Tkonpaaa Ik I : : game could: not find anywideopen I be tied with two runs by the Walton I lighting and seating facilities tt ,I
Reuss. p Ponder p while It looked aa if the Farm the surplus grow some of It
Bottom! f 10 ....... rt 'I' spaces. boy when they cam to bat
had a chance !
era as they got ran
....... Ill The box score and summary: in their halt. Brooker failed to be diverted to equipping tennis
in the first Inning and three in theaecreid
'. 10 .......m. ti Braalar ak r ,1'owns akBhmNl 'j, score In, the fifth but Walton managed court,. Volleyball courts and other -
Wdletoe 10 while Brooker made tW'OIn. .. .
rt Palms I If 4Ito namvlMll w 4 I athletic courts of the municipal
the tint and two in the teeond. Klnar Ik .._ I 4 *IMnlllna Ik ... IO to bring in one In Its half
Bonn .. .
11111Hot Knlllvan aa I I DIRnnnha. H 4 i playground.fntnUKwhl
and added two in the sixth
: : : The tie broken in third I
rT .4 I r44 IKrrorai Vas the Bra** 0. I t 110 OMM,, i
: t. Gaam.., Felle. I, TkoanaaDM. however, when Brooker made MM TlmM I e III 0. amM sine 0s after Brooker again failed to score
rwa fcaaa bits; 8. "aa halt. Braokar 11e 1 p t. e
| In its hilt of that
M Hobarta I. Pla Jtokrna 1, kjr Button 1, finds t. thai Farmers got nothing. From 0 C'xpb'l .tee I Rokarta af I' I ker tied th* score, 8 all, In
Vuvlraai IWrwf stood at the street earner, grindingout
wittlco Shaw rf I e .Iroarla Ik IFueha I 0
,, then on it Was .Brooker's game. of 1 I'M' CaaipMI all the tint half of the seventh, however discordant nol_ oH his *.h..*iyhunil. :
Friday dame The box Cores and summaries:, fl... e ... 1 e ilPttlbirat. ...2 5 ..! and the game went Into the .oifn and tathorlrtt cniMwrafrom
attn. .. b eatery .b r b T.._ .. tltiaMaa .4Mtotratta e total ji Y W I 'TotaJi tt i t eighth Inning when Waltonwas ..._....by. fhen one day bull*
O C.aipk'l M 4 I I 8 Rokrar If I I l m I I IIO L natt rl 1 I. .. .. etlaill-4 unable to Hog up a tally In the
Mtlllaa {Ik I 0 R Kokrar if 'I D Cm tt Moon ::: luff materials were unloaded acnmk
II f.n! : t 11 lllll | last half of the seventh. Brooker
Oeo.rwar 1 I0 M Coup w the Street, and work Well iKwrtofl
:1181"d.-sb I
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E na.... d I t 'I Ana Ik 1 IRaawa Its 0Drl..an w boa; tra.. .... Site then brought la Its winning run h......
i bit
1 b. M Ik I I Ik. II H'.t_ 'e balsa
:= :: e.0 .... fhonaa ..
; : e. Walton could
a I rf. .,. I I once d .. I I ilDrtanar If ._ 5b 1 off suttee 1 smack kr ... as again hot make the Work continued Rte over ayear. >
...... .... ... ... ; Wall Thomas
JII l 1' .
I Smith 4 I !* IILIndvraa; ef M | SiMbm I.Un.plM.1 the tiroUlt when it came to bat
': i : ,11 kr finally the last wMr
ea.-.f' It PI '_ seem af .,.: I 'l tim.se.0| IGraniwll was
tC.1.HI liSSn.T Ik .. 1 r elSpny rf I Honixw 1. 11,1 IMrhaHkM WK 44Goult.bs The ox-score and summary; : pullHliiMj. the bat bit M kilt front
.1. eiPtixtor V Mod*. Sk I'0 IlKtoarf Wtlhnt. she klRrMtwrW u A
..:::: : : r Sited and a HvtrlNl' dihrkeeper lookup
LICKS XIOVSOoulds rdb Ik 4 I IISWmH 50..0
1 : : Tolaki ....41 .,ft Theis.971 Harris Ik I t I Hliwr Ik .. 4 r big atatlon In front.
:.: I .:1'relo. I Ooul*. '...i. ........ ..:'Ill ITaliaa 1-4 Growers whipped the Unrnr es. 4 1.0 SaHlvM iflx I "Iferel" mid the !
to the
.. II S- .. .: ::::: :| 1IIS Lions Cub to to T in the girls' >wkH .( .. I I OBrwIlry w 4 I I I ituwkMtwr:;
game ... .
'an't m\
IT.Lett" Errant On bkear., tt.ifcb. o I | I I I organ up
Pltatt" far fOl/ RlMiwr HMrarj la ...144161"1,anon t V.I. = \.1Iu. tannles. that preceded the BrookerHornecontest Wruo.. if ....S 1 DITIromoo: :1"" Ik. : : I your hand f'ra. In front at our
''**U"4 lot rlo n I. ... ton. Coanor1.Uaiplnai Monday night This gamealso n.eAe.lIlk .11 4 1 anew hM Ik.. hoteir'
Sae. as obi off Cm I.."Her.,.ud 1t.prk a : :
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Ban had been .: .
Con I. M.Word L postponed from Hmtmam rt 1 StrtMiMMb*!! ftalUM "Win td .
Butt by s. --- a o you race" cone the
&ICrn: : S. tla-aasu.Fosb.. 1 Matkh III H / i Hokhert.and Wlukoa I Monday of the week before flier-p' j i ir--:: ; -.: r t 1Tel. Indignant uuwrr. "A In t I hi you
.I ;
.. I score1 and
set "-a The box summary
Two .kaM NlM:!!. Ooaaauln, R. ;.._. Greater .b a kir. r. A. ak iIIMIatralu b511x.0 OaaNh all > klUaaa .. ItO ...1f-i.1 ,..,.... .._,..1 i Mt up your hotel In front "r my
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IhM brae kite u. Oampb.ll; bona ran: Sb a t U I II Laantt rf I J ijoxfori a I I 0P.4.nrr ..... OI'IIUI1"-Tlt.BII.
i. Motirai: kaaa M ballet off PlmWr I, ...., of I I G..w a. I '" : : 111 : t-
: 3 Ile .. j 1 llHmranl; p. 1 .::::: I I I 0IErion
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a* Mathla 4: atrtek out: kf Plndai 0. krTVBNER N5A1r. t HanMr I : ....... If HSrahamkwn ) ..1 d Borrow .
r t, Yeah, UnV
: Bwrl JCnroltee
Yah/ I.I OIu111.sad i I lip .III..r I Irkwlwnr tk I .. t ; l : "Say, mug, where haveI
Uro.. Retd.ort ..4 1- SktrardtfThomal :: : f t : IIIMattfaM t I 11 B..dIopJ". ... lay.Mane seen your best before?"
p J-11 o lee nerdt S,BtorHto K s e .. Thoa.e t bws loti '10 roll
bEFEATS .....11II It I I IVana Ik 0 H alnttm Ik I IHarerard 11Tbwtpam ., Thomas ,. 1..11I Ii .teak .WS br sa- Rookie: "Right where It Is now."
I DIXIE Braokar lb I' 0 '''II Ik II 1 I I I-Reed et I .. I, Tk M> I.Vmplmi -Vets Echo.
In the glrlx' game which preceded Bhaar rf .1"Rm.. a "S 0 0ESullivan Oanar tt P It HPIIantrirk- '"!h. Ihod : ........ **i tan*.
ITouU 1Bin. rf 1 e
Ik '
the IIornecRotary game Tues'daj 8...kMM Ik I I r e it t a""hI' kl I |

; night Turner Funeral Home .. -- Judge: "!f.... lull What passed be-
.... .14II a| total. ... MIraokar
defeated Dixie Drug 11 to 8. fo
The !box score and sununary F. A. :'. ".--I 1 iiiisBrraral 4 I 1 Ir. *.:*: t ..' '.._ .. ... .R 4 I I I 1 .-4IUma Defendant you : "Well your honor IIER1IANtAnll, Prop.lUaliBg .

Tanar ak I klM l. she k ...n... O. ultltaB.' ..'....... Knorai Dalaw t, araelk i ilrailaiiat three were two pairs ot flats, one tur of any kind at any
B.eb.e 44 II t8lrltnl! ft. '
Han* H II |:iH.Hara Ik .:.lit .CaT:.r ba aulll.aS.hint __. K.Umrlraii' ."' .... PI Twa- kaatlUtaj ttwani kaaa.*A hula hip, seven brick*, dosed awortai u_. Sate delivery giiara.a-
Cc ."'" .. Ik I f 01' L Walkar n.. II t C .trek onto by % H.eIf.rd e.red
Thannaa 4 II 04kar| af ... Ill '== its r:.:, 'i 144;1 -...WHtli,:_ 1'hlladelphla Bulletl"
Oraaw if 1 I life Walkar" I 1 BMekart and WIWu.

Marvlir Vassal tf. t I ftrfMTMl. ,..Ik s u 2b SQUARE MILES OF FARMING LAND

JI''l.I.' "'It. at ...t. IMeOarrak rwMt. ... ....4111-11
et 1 Dlila 1.1. --1
tj. rV 4K I Errant" Sailtli.. M.fl.n.b.
.....l .. till | 1Tout. These kaaa bias; Horn. I) bow aa kalllla
.R t t1. oil (Harper truck a ti krMraa .
_..,.If """'Ie _._...1.1 I li Harpy I. 4 ; : 'NOTICE tO I
pasted toe amRb. I.. 5tk. UMVlraai Bakkart ud 11'1\1.... .

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_Paw Six THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, August 28. 198&
' yes state and a w.* .*tt>g In J**** it tk: ,vittt.i. Ho *****. wife Mr. mode and aunt, Mr. and-MM.;'VR.
IOIIIriIIe. ., and Mr'' *. 11. P. ........ Sh a Ctfwr. Looter Coker
d vfcttt Hi Tattvoa lot two weeks ...... wit remain in
) I In and Jlroimd Min rupees MlfiRllWJliltnVCIl* before re1Ut'iIrbIC to her hone.Mr. swwt Or tie cmentJenctte ,
er Homestead girl who now live
in DeLand la visiting at the homeof and Mr*. Oeo. Ban of Miami Campbell, daoghWr"of
the Rev. and Mn. C..N. Walk spent Saturday night and S m- Mr. and Mn A. J. CamijIWL
Homestead '1'. day here with Mr. and Mrs. Ban'sparents la
in Miami at
visiting the bo ie of
Mr. and Mrs N. O. BallR. Mrs.
II. Campbell's bcotherlitrlawand
It Mb Mary Elisabeth Ramon sister, Mr. and Mr*. J...tuipatrlck -
has returned from a sewa-week W. Hardln who has been Geneva Fitzpatrick te
Harry Cooper, carrier of the Mn A. F Arthur and daughter,I! visit with Mr. and Mr Paul visiting his brottMMvm-law and here this week: visiting Annette
Homestead rural mall route returned Mary Franc, returned Saturday: Bloomqultt in Miami. sister, Mr. and Mn. J. 0. Wynn Campbell.
Wednesday night after a I from Lewes, OeL where they had left Wednesday for Atlanta where
visit spent the of Mrs. H. H. wing is spendinga A* wlH visit relative before returning B. Ball of
vacation of five week spent summer. Billy, son RoehcUt: Oa., came
. ; ing his brother and sister-in-law\ Mr. and Mr*. Arthur, plan to few day:In Miami with Mrs. Roy to his horn In Nashvtfi to Homestead Monday and left
Mr. and Mrs. Irl W. Cooper, in stay until mot of the :yacht race Marsh who formerly lived in Tuesday; with his son, Junior, mho!
i Tacoma, Washington. there are over. Longvlew. Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Ramon entertained had been visiting hit uncle and
y r on Sunday Mr. and Mr*. aunt,Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes.Mr. .
Allen NeaL assistant managerof Mr. and Mr*. C. O. Robertson, Mrs. W. E. Rherxr's brother. Win. Stoehr of Jacksonville. '
.k P. J. Franklin, Inc, returned their daughter, Miss Fern, and W. P. Parker of Savannah and and M-: Edwin Reynold*'
"' Sunday night from a vacation of son, Charles. returned Monday her brother-in-law and sister Dr. Mr*. Frank Schneider who wt and children of Miami were guest
1 L several weeks which be spent with from fIve-day: visit in Palmetto and Mn. W. L, ShackeUord of planning to join Mr. Schneider in of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Deuelof
; his mother, Mrs. B. H. Nest of nd Bradenton. West Palm Beach, spent four day Philadelphia in a few weeks left Redland on Wednesday of last
S Dania, in touring tile Carolina, at the Bheney home last week. for that city Saturday la responseto week.
;r Kentucky and Indiana. Mrs Merman Mark and Infant a telegram telling of the illness
daughter returned Friday from a Miss Fay Thomas of Jackson.vUl of her father who live thera.I Little Martin Jo Watts of Miami -
, I Mayor and W-p; : B. Bird returned vacation spent at Miami Beach arrived Tuesday to: spend twoweekl It spending this week in
I ; Monday from a trip toMenton her with Mrs. Mollie I Mill Martha Horton ot Rome Homestead at the guest of Edwin
t l *, Ala.. to bring horn Mrs. G. E. Hot, sister of Mn. Thomas her aunt, and Miss Evelyn : I Oil. I* her visiting Mr. and Mrs. Close daughter of Mr. and Mr*.
r their son, Preston who had been J. T. B. McElroy of Redland, left Thomas, ,her.cousin.. If. AT' Murphy, her brother-in- J. E-dos*.
: theN irt Camp Cloudmont for two with her children Toe Chicago Saturday law and flster. '/ .! '
months They made stops at various after a five-month visa In :Mrs. 7. T. Martin It recovering -r ,
Mr. and :Mrs.
c. T. Butler ofMontJOmet'1
; place la Florida and Alabama Redland and Miami Beach, from an operation which she un- Miss Edith Whirtingtoa\ of,Trilby Ala last
oa the way theN and in Georgia, derwent Monday In a Miami hospital Flo., I expected: to arrive Sunday week-end of Mr. and
} on the return trip. 3. T. Leonhardt of Cherryvllle, as guests
; to visit Miss Dorothy Deden. Mrs. a Collier In Homested. *
N. c.
0- ,spent several days In Homestead -
. J Mr. and Mn Frank LJndeman on business this week. T. B. Webb and his children returned Mrs. X: Lw Burton, and daughter
I j t and 110ft. Jack former resident of Monday. The children Mill Miriam, have gone to A.S. Moy; came up from Pigeon
f J Homestead who now live In Leer Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and their visited relative* while Mr. Webb visit in Atlanta and other point In Key to spend the week-nd with
; burg, were guettt of Mr and Mrs. two daughter, of Welch.La.were was connected with fruit packing Georgia. his family her*.
' I Howard Johnson Tuesday and guests of Mft and Mrs. T. B. Gran- plants in Georgia and Virginia j
Wednesday.Mr. tham of Homestead Tuesday.; Mr and Mrs. Hoyt Coker returned Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Owens expect
i Mrs. O. D. Pulliam of Lavonta, to their home In Plant City to return from Miami Beach
and Mn. R. L. Walker, who Mil Julia Sapplngton ofBarnesville Ca. left Tuesday after a three- after a week' visit with their'Saturday
t : have been honeymooning Hen- Ga. cam Tuesday \
y dersonvlll, N. C, returned to to visit her aunt, Mrs A. S Moye. ..
Homestead Monday. Mr. Walker and her cousin Miss Antoinette.
4< : expect to resume his farmingthis
winter. Mist :Elsie Hill of Kedland wentto
t the Post Graduate hospital M.t/lfllt FOR YOURMO11EY ---
t Mrs. Elizabeth ruche has returned Tuesday for a tonsil operation
'. from Cameron, W. Va. when
I. she had been for several weeks The Rev. and Mr*. C. N. Walker IrWI"- !
'1': with her mother. Mr,Cto. Pipes, and daughters, Misses Lois
( who wa, suffering from ft broken Eunice and Carol, returned Saturday
" hip honJ''tnd an attack of do* from the Baptist assembly > >
j ; bl* pneumonia. Mrs. 'Pipe who held in DeLand.. They returned
hope to be able to walk: with the by way of the west coast and visit
r aid of crutches soon, may spendthe ed relatives in Zephyr Hill and
winter In Homestead. Mn.I Punta Rassa.
Fuchs' daughter, Jane, returned
yesterday fr'Ol1Alpine Lodge Miss Louis Johnson, who has
Camp in Mentone Ala. spent the summer here with her
uncle and aunt,, Mr and Mr*. S.
Mr and Mrs. T. J. Harris, Sr. L. West and her cousins, Miss
of Houston, Texas came last Saturday Helen and Howard returned Monday -
to spend a week here with : to her horn in Columbus, Oa.
Mr. and Mr*. Carl Deden, their
e son-in-law IBM daughter, and Mr. Mr. and Mr Gco M Frick and
i and Mrs. T. J. Halls their am their daughter, Mist Virginia returned '
and daughter-in-law Sunday from Jacksonville
where Miss Virginia had been
Mr. and Mrs. H. I* Cook toft visiting line: June. Mr. and Mrs.
Thursday for Wlniton-Satent, N. Frkk: spent a week touring theATTENTION
C. They plan to b* gone a month.

Arnold Mcllwaln, ton of Mr.
and Mrs. P. U Mcllwaln, and Billy
Brown ton of Mr. and Mrs. H.
{ L. Brown, underwent tonsil operations TOMATO FARMERSFresh
at the Post Graduate hospital .
Tuesday. '
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Loaner moved
{ Saturday from Miami to one of the '
Fern Court apartments on S. W r W'B H."II A When you select the refor your money. Be sure you
First street ,. \

% Mr. and Mr* A. E. Campbell .*-' Stock frigemor for you home,yom "' get the most.SeetheNorp: $9.50

A turned Sunday night after t two..
month visit with friend and relatives o#' Seed want to get the most you eta beforeyoabuy.Comeia. DOWN
In Jill," and Statesboro Oa,
and Columbia, S. C.

i Jimml kin. ,J.returned 3. McLendon Monday and from son a CLICK'S SCARLET! TOWER Name Our Store for UsWe

five-week visit with friend in FERRY-'OR8K \RCLOBB
Gainesville, Fla. and relative in
Leary and Sasser, Ga. Mr. MoLerulon UV1N08TON G1&8SUV.SG8'ro
went with them to Georgia want a name for our new Norge store at 99 N. Krome Ate., Homestead -

week but returned after a visit of two MARGLOBK and we want our friends In South Dade County to select it for us.

Elder We arc,'therefore, offering' prizes totaling $75.00 in value for the ten suggested -

Pafford Presiding of Dublin, 0...Mrs.and B.their A. Hector Supply names which shall be judged the best by judges selected from resi-

ion and daughter are visiting Mr. dents of Homestead and vicinity.
and Mrs. Gee West Mr*. Puffonf

brother-in-law and (liter.Mrs. C anyHomestead i Anyone over the age of 18 residing in the territory from Perrine south

Grace Brooker ha* return may enter this contest. Get your entry blanks from
ell from Petersburg, Vt, where
ah*. had spent the summer with i

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Friday, August 28,1935. THE LEADER.BNTEBPBISE Paw Raven i i iWtn.
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hrr- Wit and cMMrM. Jews GctMtd.I pleasant .0 a1le o* hr tMrdMrtMw rNAXAJ aimer 1 1, Abx. wee visitors ol Miss
,"" ,I I and toes, of Henderson, Ky, and : )lime M' Kathryn Kyis Wednesday. These ;.
Florida City JdIiIt....M Orurin of SvMMvtDe, ,KaNd 1 ,; lad. I an the little Junior* *f lilt Pw* h .*y* wiiMt she MM ta Camp Hill '
Methodist number ,tUch School two ,ears
, Church and a ago
ol Y.. Iles W. W. 8eeyrxr" Conwpo..cSe.t Mia aerie Atdrich spent. tile I of vll Orl.I aH, mlnuil. a .. ., camping I __

r, of t la -.....-.......-- .......- wveknd in Miami visiting I fife'tI'IIIII. Aftt Creek Key tbi I These attending a btIachIm-
,law Batchelor who hat been frtenda Albert T. Newlon was glvea a ming party Sunday afternoon
I chicken dinner to honor of Ma were: Mr. and Mn H. H. Graham
tag seriously taken 1U at to the the Kendall home of hospital hit- Florida City residents who attended sixth birthday The guests were: Miarorle Foci daughter M Mr i Joan Graham Luoilte DrUnrr, .
the :Miami district conference Mr Edith TamUyn Jeredean and ..... A. JX Fogle, returned Sidney Well and Burton H. H.
siteime' In Miami last week.
nephew of the Free Methodist Church Tamblyn and Charlotte and Phil- Wednesday from Alpine Lodge :Jr. and E. J. Orahum !
were: Mr*. Edith Tsmblyn Mary ippa Ooff. Camp in Meaton. Ala,
( Leo Henzettl of E. Dedham, I
Goodlng Elisabeth Brook Clara Mr and Mr*. Arnold TrIpp and
i Mas*., arrived last Tuesday He Mr and Mra. Wilbur Fogle at*
Newton Charlotte and ,
PhilippaGoff During the quarterly meeting "Kenneth Kyle spent Sunday IK
vho'ten will spend the winter farming Clan and Helen Tucker held at the Free Methodist Church pending a few day at () hopee. :Miami with relatives and friend
In4Idt |-J *mLittle /eredecn Tamblyn Harvey, Jay the Rev and Mr. )(. Ballew and I --- I
and Albert Newton, Alfred and children, Conley, Martha and Kenneth Kyle. a. )(. McDonald, : Mr and Mr*. H. H Graham and J JIOftIo
Cohernour. two-
Jimmy Dave Varnadoe and Ernest Wsr- Mary, were guests at the parson and Kensie Watts returned Thursday E. J and H. It. Jr.. returnedSaturday t
year-old ton at Mr. and M1'I. TomfCohemour
ren. age. from two-day fishing trip from a one-month vacation -
drank kerosene
) tome on Pigeon Key. in the mountain of North I
((Wednesday and was under doc-
eats a
'uel J
r Paul,arrived Saturday from North around the Free Methodist Church Miss' dam Tucker Miss MO Graham visited friend In Marys-
last .;, Mrs Nina Brandenburg and Carolina Jo spend the winter cropping and parsonage were Improved lastweek dred Garllnton and Mia' Kathryn I vlU, Tenn. Burton Graham and t'
) ? Mn Gladys CUett of Miami drove her*. i by a clearing bee held there. Farganon of Camp Kill Ala., and (Continued on PM, Nina ,t tS i

Ul- down Sunday for a visit with
In their parents Mr. and Mn. R. E.Mr .
Scott. *. Brandenburg re-
In.Ire c jtmained for a two-week vUrt. 1
Now You Can Make Your S [

of 's't-4 fWest Mr.Palm and Mr Beach* O and F. Edward Ulm Nellie of :

'Edward of Macon, Gar spent the ;
lastand [week-end with Mra.B.a Edwards
4 ? who .la an aunt of Mr. and Mr*. "
Dream Home Come True
'Edward and a alater-in-law of i
MiM' Edward Mr B. H. Edgranddaughlo -
'lthe5': I, wasds *, Betty Ryle ,
of Miami who had been visiting
I her, accompanied Miss Edward to
Maoist where abe will spend the t
1 (winter. Betty' sister Patty Ryle. ,
Ida : SallOW visiting Mr, Edward, and
(she will remain until the middle
j et September. :.
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The Florida City Community
?Church wu given a thorough
.I cleaning Thursday by member of
the Ladle Aid Mr*. Joe Dox.ee..Mr .
'. *. Laurence Walkup Mr*.
Cohrenour! and Mn John Rohrer!
;,* who were assisted by Mr. Doxsee, I
.. Mr. Walkup.and Jack freeman,
*Sam and Eddie Silverman of P :
|Miami were Sunday guests of yr t Y
?their parents, Mr. and Mr*. M. Sil- :: "
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Mary Adam of Homestead ,
.,1 home.* a guest this week at the Sever ( .

II Recent guest at the home of Mr. :.

and Mrs Mrs.C Goldstein M. Silverman and daughter were: i This is the year to make :

Miss France Goldstein of BirmIngham '
S. Goldstein and con your :'dream home come k true; II

t to begin. building your homein ( 1. f

Homestead fact,:; instead of in fancy. ; ;

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I : Plumbing Co. : ,.....: :
., ,, : Act. Anyone can take advanlaie of II Who has good a r"411.eo,', a regular I !

...,. I Income, and a ire:and clear lot (*r rash mal te S 0 per'cent of the appraised
For Plumbing Instal- 'I" .,.. ) ,vain of the property If* ean:.till" Insured Mortgaf* Floss Fond up tett i e: i i.f

lations, Repairs and '... .per cat are new available for building er Wing at refinancing a home.w t t f

Septic Tank Construe. .. .. '. The new .insured Mortgage Lean I* not like the eld.fashioned cumbersome .1 i

tion and Service.t <, :..f to\ 1. mortgage. It provide for a fair rate ef Interest And a. anenthly rtyayaaent i

,. plan list take car ef .""'W.-lale.... charge, principal taxes, I...... :f '

\ I : inn "emJ_ Uke paying rent? see, tat as much better-becsiwe earls ; ;

t W. II.. BOOTH payment bring yea one step nearer t. a home thai I* eeaaplclely, absolutelyTOtyRS f

debt-free and
OPPOSITE rNl.. C DEPOT *. foreclosureproof.t

J Ask.any approved financial Institution bow you can build M bay a new homeMflaaae f ;

..' .modernise. your present hornet % ,
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,. HOTROLL3SUNDAY : '.' ,,:: '. Now You Can Modernize T

) '1M..7P3I : ". ,. and Enjoy New Home Convenience f f fi

White,whole wheat, r'eif' i. Year present betne- e matter how .W-laaIaIoDel-aa be Modemlied with t' Y'
kilt-II emvealences, given harm by landscaping and remodeling pal In good ,
I bread coffee rings cinnamon D .
: repair-with Modernization re"L Any hen owner who ha a geed creditrepvlaUen ; aI

; buns_"on sale at ; and a re gab*Income k eligible I* borrow ap U IU" for prauaathome I; s

:J all grocers. s e .. ; .nnprevementa. Ip ta I roar{ I* "NF-U In monthly Installments bated J
: .. year Iacea e. This MM Jnunedlal eajeynent at better hornet 1
fe' I '"V

Waldron's W. D. Horne Co. inc.

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MISS NORTON" ANNOCNtfES Turn* taught u* bow taprint ;test W 4-iH AWARDS vr MERIT ,,'
Awards of merit fofouutdndmg thlsebetlh end tattle wltllilltll, Tk *;'W.Q.WMVMwajr bellied'

I I Social ents I work In the Rtdtahd DUtrfct1 two' BeatnM Wltoon add MyrUt Pilk- for the lekg for tba enka.ITwIde .

summer 4-tt Clubs were given to ney, the hostesses, served purich Down Cake
the following gfrla: Mia Pansy and cookie Hostesses next week U'MIt rasp butter, % sup sugar,
Norton county home demon.tf Will be Mildred and Margaret J egg, 4i sup water, m cup

tlur.\report: Field Annabcll Redd and OoldiaOrennelL flour, t teaspoons baking powd r,

'J tWCHEOV IS GIVEN FOR Mrs A. Koeatllna, Mn. N. O. Of July IS-Red- Vs taatpoon (alt and H teaspoonvanUltt

MRS SPENSER WATSON Ball, ;n.A.W. H. Saul*, Mia EloIM -i land: Dorothy Behrfllll, first; Virginia I Girls present wen Prtecilla entraotQream

Mr. and 'MnI. Newton Merrill Bradley and Nell Slagle. I[ Delaney,'eHOnd. Homestead: Freed, Charlotte Oerontmo, RosiaBilello butter, add sugar. Add
buffet luncheon Saturday Ruth Dodjon .first; Mildred ( Ruth Dodson, Mary Mow- beaten egg yolks and vanilla. Sift
gave In honor a of Mn. Spenser Watson ROYAL POtNCIANA CIRCLE: Beam, second; Eloise Oossnun, It, Julio France Sullivan:, Mooted l land together flour, baking powder and
third. I salt Add to first mixture: alternately -
HOLDS QUILTING SESSION Margaret Field Teresa and
who it here visiting her father,
For the week of 32 Red- with
July Water Fold in sly
Annabel Redd
B B. Beartey. Royal Poinciana Soalal Circle Ooldia and LOT
land Virginia..Delaney, first; Evelyn : Belle Crennell Fern Robertson ; beaten-egg white
all !
The othen present were Mr. ,held an day quitting Minion ,
Weaver second Alice Wysong, While making the cake, melt
and Mn E. H. Inner, Mr. and Mn. Tuesday at the home of Mr*. Virginia ; Margaret Delaney, Eloise Rachel'
third Homestead: Katherine William four tablespoon butter and
; one
Jack Skinner ol Coral Cabin, Mr. Edward on Fast Howry and Norma Gossman Mavi* Watt,
*, tint; Rachel Common, IP.c- cup brown sugar In trying ordripping
and Mrt O Stockley of Miami and decided to hold another quilting i Mildred Reams, Katherine Orfonede pan
ond Leola Little, third. When Click and
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Btaih Mn. X.: A. Ames and Mr. session there this afternoon.The *. Elizabeth, Lucille and Kath.erine -
For the week of July 29: bed- : William syrupy arrange In syrup slice of
next regular meeting, It Myrtle Phinney
Beaslcy.M wa announced, will be held Tues land Doris Mizcll, first; Eleanor and Leola Little.Mints pineapple or halves of frwih or
Murray, second Wanlta Thompson tanned peaches Or two of
AND Mi"8.T TALBOT! day evening at the homo of Mn. Utlfd. Homestead; : Annabel! -,..... --,........................-..........,..... tiny fruit cut 1ft small piece cups Pour
ENTERTAIN: BRIDGE CLL'ShMr. ridrence Pacttttl since a regular
Redd tint Leola Little the batter and bake
; second; to Housewives over In mod-
and Mn. W. O. Talbott entertained meeting place has not yet been i Prlscllla tread, third. erate oven at 873'. for about 31
elected. All wen requested to from Hume DemoimtrathMiCAEE
the Wednesday night I There are 19 of these summer minute Remove at once to dish,
bridge club at their home this attend. clubs In the county aid Miss' Morton Sieclailata, Tallahassee turning upside down 10 that the
A pot luck lunch WM served ,.. ,.. ...... .
week. and the average membership MM"MMM"' MMM"' --M"/111 fruit will be on top. Serve hot
Members present included: Mr. Those prevent were: Mr Nora I* thirty-five. Their program Includes RECIPES with hard sauce or whipped cream

i and Mm D. E. Bather, Mr. and Smith Mn. Alice' Walters Mn. gardening, home Improvement Lightning Cake If desired. Make tine nine-inch
Mn. Cha, Con, Mr. and Mn. Tom Bessie Brady, Mrs Thelma Rad- home earning, food and take.
g Chapman and Mr. and Mn. Tal ford, Mn. Goldle Wolfe; Mn. Helen ; hutrition, and handicraft work. Usa V .cup shortening 1H cup
Bowden Mn. Paeettl Mla 1 yolk, t whole 1
I bott OuHrlg"the pat week large portfolios sugar egg egg A young Swede appeared *t the
t Mr. and Mr. Donald Talbott, Mildred Smith, the hostess and a were made by the girl to teaspoon soda, 1 cup tour milk, % county Judge's office and asked fora
Miss Juanlta Talbott and Arthur visitor, Mrs. Maria King. file their record in. cup: cocoa, I teaspoon vanilla and I license.

\ Hemming* were guest of the club. Rbt.Au;; flour enough to make a IOn dough. I "What kind of a license asked
O. A. I Local Woodmen who attended Cream one-half the amount of the Judge. "A hunting license?"

LIBERTY Bhi"'tXAIIS HOLD ABOUT ASSEMBLY the 39th ahlwrsnry meeting of sugar with shortening and beat : 'No"' wa the answer. ,.*

t INITIATION SERVICES Eunice Walker and Lucille West, Biscayne Camp in Miami Monday the :1 yolk and whole egg with I tank eye bane hunting long

At Liberty Rebekah Lodge Monday Intermediate B.Y.P.U. members night were Arthur Brady, L. D. remaining amount of sugar, then enough.! Aye bane want marriage
evening Mr. and Mn. Carl told the member of the O. A. French and'W. Y. Bush. The local combine mixture Mix 1 teaspoon license."-Huntley tow
V. Hllchey, Mn. Mamie Jernlgan, about the recent Baptist assembly Woodmen' Circle wa represented soda with ft cup coco and
and M.... Jessie Harper of HIaleah at DeLand at a meeting held at by Mn. Besite. Brady and Miss add enough warm water to make 1st Cook: "Have you forgottenthat
were admitted to membenhlp by the home of Mabl Ruth Pop Mildred Smith. a moth pante, then add to first five spot you owe me?"

deposit of card, and Mr. and M.... Monday afternoon. The young .mlx ure. Add 1 cup our milk 2nd Cook "Not yet, but give me
John Brain and Mn. Lochia Mc- hoste served punch and cookie The Rev. and Mrs. Ceo. E. Deuet and lent enough flour to make a1 time."-The Evergreen Time

CUlIon alao of HIaleah were admitted Mr*. O. L Oault the leader, It entertained at dinner Sunday the son dough Add vanilla and pour .
to membenhlp by Initiation WM announced, will entertain the RV and Mn. M. Adam of Coral Into a. well greased baking pan WANT ADS PAY

group In 'September. Gable.

Member of the degree staff Present were: Mn. J R. Pope, .IMrwA.rwMM"W.rAM..p..n/r ....,,,,,.......... i
wOre long white dream with Mn. OaUlt, Geneva Vann Carol nOMESTF.AD 4.U CLUB
shoulder corsages of asparagus Walker, Nina Low Pope, June i
fern and coral vino. Vann and Mable Ruth Pope Brteola'UttU. !
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At the close of the business .
see W-..-...-- I
lion member and guests wen The Calendaf The *-tI Club met Tuesday: afternoon I' rs I eIp
served Ice tea and Homemade cake with all girls answering
at table beautifully decorated In I (roll call by tolling whether br not I
pttik and green Aug. f Woodmen'* Circle they had cooked two cereal dtehe I

Mr*. Ooldle. Wolfe, noble grand, meeting .t home of Mn. Florence The assigrtrMM for next week '
was given M a birthday surprise Patent at I p. m. Is to prepare and serve a I

1 shower of handkerchief and Sept American Legion Auxiliary Each girl ia to bring three required f How *a(*-bow eoawBleat to always get
other gift*. luncheon at horns The Wm. E. Rhaney. = rr the package and tfc* quality you want No
following visitor from Co- bring dried palmetto item, an ice
conut Grove were present: Mr. and Sept i .....Meeting of Junior pick and a sharp knife. 111/& No bother. (No chuot-UUnf.

Mn A. & Nlckonon" Mn. Teeth Woman' Club of Homestead In :Dimple Turner gave a talk on A At ftexn Drag Store only.CoHM .
Kennedy Mn. Mary Steward clubhouse at a p. m. team demonstration Mn. Carl-
Mr Core Russalle, Mn. Lela Kan- Sept 1 -Hedlnnd Horn Demonitratkm con explained how to keep record j
Ire Mn. Ethel Culm. Mn. Van Club meeting In Wom- book. I
Neve, Mr Alma Kloppel, 14.... an' Club of the: Redland at 8:30t. Thursday at 2.30; all girl! that Lt.,1M '

Ruth Perry and Miss Laura Culm m. want help on rugs or other pro-, "
Members present were: Mrs Sept Homestead Horn ject are asked to come to the ...11 I fotkoj. Hospital SuppliesASPIRIN
Coldle Wolfe, Mn. Thelma Rad- Demonstration meeting In Neva clubroom. ---
ford. Mn. Florence PacettI, Mn King Cooper school! at 1:30: p. m. Julia France Sullivan and Ahmbell -I

Flora Compton, Mn. Marjorie Sept. 25-o-Prlnceton Home Demonstration Redd won out in the shoe TV *hM
Seattle. Mm Cora Belle OHn- Club meeting with Mr*. Redd and Mr*. Carlson 10M UMh *
old, Mr*. Blanche Chapman, Mn Mr*. A. V. McVicker at 0:30. taught us how to crochet Miss AIR'CQOLED'SUMMER
Margaret Day, Mn Edna Strick I For quick nlJet
land, Mn. Gertrude CapUnger, from aches and
Mn. Mollie pains be sure you
Wtagate, Mrs Maud SHAVE
Simmons, Clam Orlnold, Hugh EUGENEMAClNE always get Pun-
} tat Aspiria. For
Beatti and Barry D. Wotte, PuntMt start to Shaw doe and oftea-fren la lot

work In a* little weafher with Lavender Shaving
FOUR W. M. 8. CIRCLES!! 44
Urn as a few
: 4 second.savor
The four W. M. S. circle of I
the I and
equipped wHb vottmete
lovenJer (munthotattd)
Whit Stone Church met together time dock to boom safety sadoval" HiyilcaJ Colterf Hotel IV.Darrvifl. .

Tuesday for the August muton seven bt the foBumtegCVOENV ., Mew' York I 49c SHAVING 35
but decided that enough member ..,.... 100'* CREAM
would be back, from vacation to I was aid MwevehmW.a, To.ATUaAL .
the individual circle meet
presided.ings next month. Mrt.J. B. Davb CgsfgUIONOLi9'; toto ", Patina ORoERATIONS. Cool off tit Our

Several. SPIRAL I .,edwir 'all ...... r..ewauy 64
Members were reported ..... w ss.e.a A Hamat
to be W.Contfttt. COMBINATIONhMntor t.. l.e ... ........ MawMODERATE FOUNTAIN

were enjoyed, and $7 t46.S .a.M -- RATES-.o 1

sandwiches and punch were .err ( at "ttj Tarinr a1. wasw raw ..wr..5 = I These Warm Days
I t1r r a .LJ.h..YM.wu .
ed.Present wen: Mn. Harry MISS LILT BROWNBush's = .=soffi"I.* bin i j
e. 4 .lmww
Pierce, Mr. Goo tUnnn, Mr*. A. .: et...... so=:.a ,.
B. Slagl Mr*. P. B. Bird, Mr*. gill ( are Free The Dixie Drug
Molll .. v.Pt.
Win. Mb Jennie Lob- I' ow.afs.tt ,
dell N.Vm., Bradley Mrs C. ANds '
M. Redd, Mr*. H. M. Cibb*. Mr*. s.s"': 0000 J-.t I' 'Your fiexall StoreTHERMIQUC

J. L. Ballard, Mr Dexter Smith, I tyhd .is. ..-htIo.. Mu..aesa. tl nee tub .. '
ptM peas -
Jr., Mr*. E. A. JCnnl, Mn. R. L.Hobaon I -- .:: .. atpeed Ya an.N tft. 'I ,.:" '#Ot; '. \I ,
: .. ..._._ J P
Mn. J. A. UcHeUV Mrs.J I )M KOSTH KROaU AVB. II at loW

:w Avery. Mr Stacy Hawkins, I a. M..A4.- Tb..ad..s.tw .. .M...fv I I.z ;

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Annie Mayhew
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Graduate' Oberlii\ Conservatory and Royal rrIe.Hue t I'' Croqulgnolc Spiral Combination-$3 $6 ,, $tSOAPLE8S ; i

Conservatory of t lpztt -.!-a- I OIL SHAMPOO HAND AND ARM UAMAOS i
lara..r1r.Ldd.swatts MANICURING FINDER WAVUm + any styl-see ,
PIANOFORTE AND. TODAY'lRIt9110.IJ'ItMI97ik'lr9riSs"lfi. I
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't $ Au 28, 1985. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pan Nine


RICES CAN BE I 20 Years Ago
: '"
[PARTLY OFFSETDay I o A FORM OF POLITICAL CRITICISM./ / ....?.,..'".._......."..".. .....-..-.... ) ''; 1I1111111HINHMIIIHtilIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIlllIUt{ { ;
ROMAN CITIZENS/ USED TO HURL (Coniliiupd from Pare Sewn) '
Tbs fdbolMr
MMM are "r.
I IN THf FORUM I Sidney Wells, gretuate student at Win here, SIX UuMKifa. a..at."ed
Purchases Keep the University of Florida, accompanied nuMbM MM. It. IN*, ?
I a. the -II rb.tida r.a..w
tlfTHtM: Mr. and Mrs. Graham home 7
Weeks in Electric
for to stay until Tuesday when they
Refrigerator will resume their work In the AWl t*1913
chemistry department of the uni ,
The Homestead fad favor Palm
o i the average housewife, with EAT BUTTER versity.Mr. ball club crossed ,bats o. Thursday

mouth to feed the appear THE WAY We and Mr*. Wilbur Fogla have afternoon at UMnMtwd, were
rise In food price border A EAT CANDY. returned to their home In Miami.Mr. Hc>In..a.e... 11; Oliver Pal- 4, Hobbs
:c.'Iedy," said Mrs. GeorgeInners a Al r.ef THE CRAVING t f I Made home rum. luMy grew a
i of the MSNorge tore, #(J fOB THE MEAT ;;! .. Itf e' and Mrs. J. L. Davis of Miami -I these bu..r. Tb Wear ....
orth Krome avenue "11 an gN AND ENERGY PROVIDED WflUTTEl? visited Mr and Mrs. A. XXFogle buys pot up a road fight but the
itrlc refrigerator Is owned these ,72T MAKES THEM EAT JT- Monday. local batsmen hud their eyes as the
fpg( price can be largely offset A PUCK TREE .r- A POUND 1.1 A TI/'fl/ bulL K4 BrookWa Wf truck Vrmithtl
ale day shopping and by tak- SIST EXTREMES 01 OlD WAS 1 I .*l ee.U oa at thirty florlit City
; advantage of quantity price, RCCfltnr rAnuT00 If A NORj'ICUtTuRISf PRINCETONMrs. MhuiUiU over, who meted hard
a _t'* supply of bargain w CLYDE.OHIOtml -' A. W. McYklur, Cstresp.wdent for Homestead. The n.rUa City
id foods can be kept fresh FIRST PATENT 01 ITS RIND!>> s y AIR .. boy were ae pleased over the local
lid flavorful, even in hottest VCR TO ir CRMTIO. THE Virtery that "Doe" Lund treated his
PEACH TREE WAS DEVELOPED Mr and Mrs. 10. Cannaway Mrs.
_ther. r crowd te toe areas at P rk.''.."
TO ntEKHANCinfi CLIMATIC, 'Vera Pearson and Ida Green ail
e average person eats SOi CONDitiONS ON THE NORTH I of Miami, were- caller at the --r'Mre. (X W. Calkin entertained
of beef a year. Based up- AMERICAN CONTINENT./ THE FIRST I home of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Me tb* young ladles, 91 tilt east ofTAUdoM
o l its March price compared with Of llttBURCCR CHtfSI CARD I Vicker and Mr. and Mr*. U C. Ad Folora at luncheon on
last S year this important item hatctea1llCl THROUGH IPSO STREETS OF rIONROE.Wfc I Smith Sunday afternoon. Tuesday The KUw. Alto Kahl,
\ to where the average Lena ruche and Chloe. Flora wr
frilly! I Ie forced to pay at least + y w TODAY.THE PROBLEM Of PLEASING MODERN Mrs. Helen 'riiii"a after a stay also\ guests o( Mr. Calklps for the
J58 more to eat the same amount .' 1 CEUCATC NOSTRILS IS SOLVED ItFACKACmC I Of several week here, has returned day "
pCbeef a* In 1934. How to offset: UriBUftttft IN CLASS JARS. to her home In Miami. _..a. A. Livingston ..... morel him
[thaw rising food costs without house ever to the roadside, of Ms lot
[tnaklng the family eat less or poor- J. A. Tabor ; and 1
THE SUPERSTITION AMUT THE JHLLINQ I was recent caller now building a porch and
,nemaker foods, Is right the big worry of the' OP SALT I) OLDER THAN THE OLDEST on friend here. making other lmjirov o>'nu.Peavlei ."
tore the latest riM In food CREEKS,SALT WAS CONSECRATED TO I Jl. K. Graham was taken to 4 : "I'm going to kit you
prices, the average family spent THE COOS- AND ACCORDING TO local hospital several day ago every time you stop talking"
|U.l per cent of Its income on food. v y THE LAW OP MOSCS.SALT MUST Girl: "You impudent thing. I'll
Now, food prices have risen well BE MIXED WITH EVERYTHING Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shepherdare never speak to you agela."-Huntley -
If 40 per cent and Henry A. OFFERED IN SACRIFICE.V living in the) Cash apartment New
ITsllace, secretary of agriculture this winter,
*;on record that they will be at 4
leant U per cent higher before the FAMOUS GOURMET OF HISTORY Mr. Cora Lott has returned '
tsr end. Thus, to eat as well as after a vacation spent in Alabama >,
n; 1934 53 per cent of the aver- THE FAVORITE DAINK OF BOTH sor"a and Georgia. I'
II Income I* required. Unless !
JOIDe i way can be found to over- ;NAPOLEON AND VOLTAIRE Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Murray ands
this rise) the typical family WAS, COFFEE.i ti 1 daughter Miss Ruth, entertained I
due to eat that which It does friend from Lakeland recently.Mr. .
0&I like so well, or much less than --- :
did last year. and Mrs. Conrad Nelson of :

st1i there I Ie a real solution to Princeton are spending severalweeks '
[tits problem. 4 survey among :JS- in the mountain of North I .
000 Norge Rollatof refrigerator Character Analyst Ready Faces Carolina., l

h, save en $9.show'f5 a that month they from are quantity able- I In Audience After Talk to Lions Topkick: "I always kiss the .

marketing, by taking advan- stamps on your letters because I etleralPublic {
-- know that your lip have touched
.e of Saturday food bargains,i
(Continued From Page Two IleUdlrectlolJUit don't tell them."
lion r the use of spoilage of left-overs and the the differ-ellm- Kt away with It. Fat people don't I' them how to do anything because The Country Lass "You're Utilities {
In operative costs compared live any longer than skinny one*,I they will do It better if you let wrong there. I moisten the stamp
1tJ1 Ice It is thus proved that but they live happier.! :" 1 i{! :llrnlt da it their way thai they on Fldo'i nose, It'* always wtt" .poandols.d PbRIN m.4
ator refrigeration I really ,pays I Of. W. L risk she aid: "He i*, they try" to do it the wayyou -The Town Hill Bugle t ti'
tell them
t itself from the real-money old enough that be has learned a
livings It creates. And these sav- good many things. He thinks faster -I Two solos, "Out of the Du kto,
s go far to offset rising food than he act obaervItton.o.etter.H. You," and "Down in the Redlands" -
rises, particularly when the largeopacity has deeD H* i* were sung by Mr 1. P.
controlled temperature balanced In mental quality and i McLenn of Homestead, with piano
and scientific food storage arangement spiritual and emotional Quality. I accompaniment by Mrs Wm.
Ha either i* a musician or loves Johns Two humorous readings
of Rollator
refrlgera- I
i are taken full advantage of," i music very, much. JIll head shows{I were given by Mrs. S. L West of
Airs, Chianers/ concluded. ,some conceit. (Jhi* caused some I Homestead.
laughter 'but she continued seri Or. W B. McKlbben Miami
f married ously.) "The two men that stood child specialist and a leader In You Get Bigger Profits I.
"He that wealthy old first {McLendon and Woods) f the movement lor njosqultQ cqji-
attlle-axe and hasn't done a lick. how this -same thing but now tcoj woik wilt be the speaker at
work since .' > when you-.... young this' trait 1'1 Wxt TUelda)"'* meeting of the From Every Hen t
'I see-a case of loaf at first called conceit and when you grow I Lien Club, which will be a ladle
(Jht11-..Clear Lake Breeze. older like Mr. Fink, It is called I night ;
.._____....Un_ __-_-.. -._ .__ -___ '.__ n Three) year of testing at Larro Research -
Farm proved that Lam Em :
Mash U the biggest money-maker for i,
the poultryman.Then, and not before
wa* this wonderful ration offered for
sic. Put your flock on Larro now. It :
Brooker Lumber Co. Inc 1* not a forcing ration. It contain the '
correct amount of dried buttumllk-
minerals- aary in Just the tight proportion* pmake >
PHONE 62 L aa Ideal feed. Feed it together j
with Larro Scratch Grain following I
1" 'n i ? >!, '. the direction printed on the sack:,

Everything for the Miller Feed and

..., Co.

, \ )!BUILDER A' Hgrnestead South Miami

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loans' .
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t *'lZ'e Ten<< ,.. THE.vLEADEK-ENTERPRISE .........-... ., :" Friday, Aunt 28, 198x(

Truck: Growers Urged I

To Present Disease t ; ,"" :

t From Plant Seedbeds I .., ,.... ... ,.' Ir.
I ,
Ppnda Rebecca
ttf I II
fI"ln".vjl" Auf ifAn ounceof
I r
prevention I* worth t pound of i
j CUMIn' .!
ndvlalruj naiMa crawn* to t
inC (.t their plant tad to prevent the
M>e .,_, Dr. W. B. TMtol. *W rtM -!
ment ntatle .. patholoflatHI An Advertisement Is
.. 11<11 this oM, but true.. stases I a ,
Much better results ar. fetaMMbr \
employing Method t* Prevent or: .
May like tint lnt rtt' |l tkM I* ......' :
Ins until dies kppean ** -.'"
methods of oirbM," Dr. TMati ,

MX Wrower are now preparing plan s I Welcome Ressitsull d

I toinannual beds lot ttt vegetable e montalw-op and Itrontrhwillhy *er*.i ,

HMdllidfii irt v rr Impart-i
ant In the success et t" crop B*>
.... o( the thick Und of plants In : '
the ......becI and their under condition I, .
AIXPMM pu destroy many, or : ;,<,
all o(them In II few J.y.. It In Wine
.. ,
to take itiNuur** to keep these dl
..... out of plant beds \ ', :
P the cost for IrMtlnc plant M41, There has been a'time in almost everyone's' f fI.
... .
to relatively high and rlc in I.t '
t certain operations OlIn make thi: life when he didn't .
whole process vHhlM. .Wh.tli j ;1. know where to buy certain ';
dan, however. the *ulti '
property r I
will Justify the expttn... things-where to get certain articles of depend ,
Chief among the parlance which 1
Infest plant bd and kill or weaken
I seedlings are nnmnode and fund able, merchandise and reliable workmanship.. ." ,, '. _" .
which clued damping-eft OtlwtpMiiUtM '..\
unity be bUMfuo4 lnt ,o
the bads by reeds Mom of th* .
parasites. notably thorn oau.ln \ ':,
daaiplni-off' its oro Importune onlyIn .J' .. "
the seedbed, while others Max not' '
:; ,;
kill or greatly weaken the dUll I
but will cause *f..Ur damage after
the plknu have been lran pl nled. 1! <
Whether tile bad In to be a boll In.I YOU WOULD HAVE WELCOMED ,
the bau** or on l larger dmen lonout'loorn
the Kill should b* u free etpanMlMi I '. .
u possible, Dr. Tlldat l .xpMm .1 d :,,'1 ,
It mmn*of disinfesting the :: AN ADVERTISEMENT EX'PLAINING : : .:
loll *r* not available, wd should' b* -" ..
\ u.w
planted In new toll at acme distant '
away from the fields which have Pro-' .. ,1-4':: .., : q.r> ,, .vo.,. ;r4
duced .Imllal'crop* Boll for bo.li, ,. ,\',1. '" "'' ,,'
mr t>* ",aterinaed.. by beating it Ihpnnur ; EVERYTHING' '.
cooker. the own o(a.tov*.j
or br formaldehyde dust or '
Outdoor bed may be 8OIUIIO.// ,
t twm "fIrI".". or br\formaldehyde I alAn
duet or u I .
One the oil ban bn trllliedprtcautlon ,I
advertisement that told'you where to get
should bII taken to pro ,
vent r-lntUon Walking over: ;
the beds and flooding them with *ur-j' what you wanted. Every day there are people in .AI"
two water are the meet likely way*

1 to deed r*, ontainlnt should ales* be them itcrlllnd by r4eoiper this same position. They want to buy they must
t .lid., acne oxide, copper Mrbo -I

Kte. to or the formaldehyde klnda of seed du.t.being according have certain merchandise and naturally they

plumed. I I want to buy where they can buy best. 'l i

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.. V!'
Turner's -Funeral Home
If"& AWBitAMK oKtmre; lo' '
Lady Attendant For this reason it always pays the merchant

Phone tdt R HomMUad Fla. I to get his message to the buyer by the best method .. :

; -the method that has proven its right to leadership .J i

DR.M.A.BERGERPentist\ .;
I : \ by the results obtained-through the columns ;

j ; I
of the home The Leader-Enterprise :
36 N. Krome Avenue I newspaper. ..

Upstairs I reaches those in the Redland District who want 1 !

Office orEN Hours ETEMNGSDR.R.&AKERS 8:30-4:30 i I to buy and are in a position to buy-it reaches ".) !

\PPOU'li'TME.'T 1i 1! .. j every postofTice and covers the rural route thor .' I

j oughly. .,: !

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stiles 11. h a. av (. .. ; .. .. ,;U ,.... ,4
9antdel, d to i lFree ; .
c,... .......,.. : ; T E" ifcjER-EN'FERBR'ISE= ,; :

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Parking Space :A'." ." !
J" : tzrItI-.1i?> ':ii. : :I :
its N. W. Mm. IT. MLiMt .. \.

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August 23.: 1935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE rage ElevenS

Legion Rites Conducted

- Over Body of Earl Evans; I


1 American Legion funeral rites I'If

were conducted Earl W. EvansIn
> ? iiwSjcttoris
RATE: Flat Insertion ltt a ttw; suheeatnen
Woodlawn Cemetery, Miami
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Monday afternoon by John O. lust __.'__ .1
-the Rev M. A. Soper, ptor.
Salley (Homestead) Poet of the
Rev C. N. Sunday school at 1:30: a. m.; American with assistance
ilker, pastor. Sunday school atfea. preaching at 10 a .m. and 7:30 p. of the Harvey W. Seed (Miami :

m. Preaching at 11 a. m.IdSp.m.B.Y.P.U.atTpIn. m. Church night. Wednesday at ) Post Two bugler from the
7:30.: 10 acres of searlfled pint lend to WATCH REPAIRING.W. .
; Miami post blew tap over the
rent far tomato crop. It. A. Cam H. Wood. McCrory Aneeto.
service Wednesday at 1.GouldsTie grave.
yer RedUnd Ommmitr Church-
Rev. Noah Peter- the Rev. M. A. Soper, pastor. Sunday I Mr. Evan, ton of Mr. and Mr eron. (.IJO)> I PIANO TUNING and repairing.

.".. pastor Sunday school at 10 school at 10 T. X. Evan* of Homestead andformer
; preaching at 11. FOR :R. NT-Dyal garage opts Good used piano for tale cheep
.1.n.; preaching at 11 a. m. and Church night, Thursday at 7:10.: correspondent her end in Phone ... W. E. Koon, 115 N. w Ird St.
":JO p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at ':30 p. m. other Florida title for Miami

Prayer service at 7:30: p. m. Wed- METHODIST EPISCOPAL. !newspapers died Wednesday of fOR RENT-Store at II Krome HEMSTITCHING while you wait.

ie &y.&A SOUTH last week In Holleman Park Sanitarium Ave. Large room In back. Running Singer sewing machine and repairs

a#. tJ-Mornins sermon : Miami, after s long Ill water. See Mrs Iva Col. Mr*. Wm. H. Booth

ffhe Conqueror .f the WerWj White stone Church-Homestead ness. ray,. across from ,.. ... C. station.
; the Rev. A. A. Koestline, I
eredas sermon: The Cease-
VMS*** *l Christ's Rctwra." pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. LEGAL NOTICES FOR RENT-Nk* cool furnished REAL ESTATEREAL

iKAi It-C-ed Bible Claaaa m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 1 second tory seat apt, prlva"bath
p. m. Junior League at 1:30: p. N.1..1 Apollmiles 'fof Tor ogre reasonable.. Apply Western Tho who wantto
la charge .( .prayee.tns.tlrg.CATHOLIC ,IMto to bower Inn that Mr. act MM.Clun. ., ESTATE- *
I' m.; HI League at 1:49 p. m.; Senior A. Trash IwMw m wyu, W CKW Union. (JuUtf buy or tell RedUnd District
League at 840: p. m. Prayer meetIng Hialeah Tu C.nd"es Nomb.eed M. real estate win find up-to-date
ds..d Ih.tth4.rrf
( at I p. m, Wednesday has rand -.is / "tE: FOR RENT-Furnished apart listings in our office. Many of
Church e( the Sacred Heart h.. mad. apllSoetr ments. Dr. JT. B. Tower. Homestead
M M rnln subnormal
Age. moonset th.rme Is SWardbQ011 With .... PAN these listings are still at -
SjB; Second avenue, Homestead; "An Unconditional Offer"! evening Ontifi.ra onbr..a doe Maw/ee d.i .. Fla. price W* shttt appre
the Rev. Alfred McDonald, pastor. messages "DarkB***". .I....d totxrtv. oUvoto l. OMt County. date either Inquiries' oryour
_.. ..._, FOR RENT-Flv* to 20 acre pine your
Sunday man at 9 a. m.; week day Lot 10 limb a R. HUkwk hirer A4- for and listings, all of which will
at 7:45 daily. Sunday school Silver Palm Community Chorph ditto. I* doe CH> o( .....k, 0....* of land tomatoes vegetable
i mad riorid*. *. T.. J. Letchworh, 2930 have our best attention. Now Is
Saturday at I a. m. Sunday school -the Rev. H. Q. Cowan, pastor, The awmml ot Mid W. Morris
\ nuoMljr ooortk South. Miami Ave.. Miamia23a the Urn to buy. B. ,
Sunday school every.: $uniy at 10 MM I CorMfaoto VM la the MM ,
..Sunday following I o'clock mall.eunlon lotuojl. associated with H. A. Cameron
first of Dertukea. .....uIt ( ,)) now
for women the tint a. m.; preaching service on f be redeemed "' drag N. W. tat St. In Citizens
; month; for men and third and; fifth Sunday at 11 a.kn will lotM { s.e.rd/.t:: ..e- ;'> FOR SALEFOR Bank eld. Phone Tl.
lumbar. A. D. INA
i ncl Sunday of month.ffloly 8 p. Duo hlo UN day ot Ausxt, A. D.
; hour first Friday of month I.... ACREAGE AND GROVES
FREE It B. B. UDATKKftMAH Clerk ot Cliw : model T Ford
SAL -27
tat 7:4J m. Mass first Friday at I.
: p. run Ccou. D 4o Coasts, flm Ho.By CHARLES BROOKS specialise
fj:39: a. m. Benediction of the Florida City-the Rev. Edith Cifea/k e.u.t aw4 X,0.aar..wD.0. light truck and cap. Going away. in Redlanda properties..

,:Slewed Sacrament after macs Tamblyn, pastor. Sunday school .A... I" II; ..,4. .. U. 101 Make oflet. Oakman, 110 8 W. Purchaser are In MIAMI so
4th street (pa23)
'life 4,the first Friday .! the month :2:30 p. m.; preaching 3:30 and 8 KrttM .l Antlers/.s fw TM need list with I broker you know to

during summer mass will beWtbrtted p. ta-i Young people' meeting,, Moth ki arras sire. that C. A. Chain FOR SALE-A nonrwidentwUhta be s REDLANDS BOOSTER.
The Wn .hulo.r M MlliMl SUM ud Count Send your listing, with legal
at :U a. BV 7:15;; Junior meeting 3.:30 Tuesday;; Tax CtntttaM MumbnW ails to sell -room cotton on
)101, Hoar will be discontinued prayer meeting 7:19 p. m. Tnurs-' M ttf of Auaot. A D. i.a4 S'nE.pr kit 165x41 feet Must be caih description of land. price, term,
ttUI October. day. MM cartrfima u iSr inn.. :I etc. Send postal and t will call;
'I MMlt > tha.os i s..rdaa with saw
nished. Call at Fredrick Shoe
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE PENTECOSTAL C.rtlfk. ... embraces UM Mlavllifyraprn dou (Dick) Brooks Homestead.
y ..... *. lltwM Hi Dods Caastr: Shop, Homestead, (alt) CHARLES 1, BROOKS

Florida City Broadway and Goulds-Rev. C. C. Hansberger, s._ TM I ft Nrir' i* UtorwcMo of RAGS WANTEO-The LetderEnterprls -! IM N. E. First St. Miami
nith street Sunday school at pastor. Sunday school ft 9:43: ;; W UM irf P. K. C. ./'" oM S. UM of I with South Atlantic Mortgage Co
'> W 41 10 Hl., N IMft will w0 classified
1:4S; a. m. for pupils under 20 rear preaching at .11 *. m. and 7:30: p. N 4S o>*.7 M Mh. | to IB W advertising subscriptions for
of age: morning service ..\ 11 m.; Young people's meeting at 8:30: SW>4 at IWH. loac said B 1'1: to The amp reporter strolled Idly I
As 41 4nr.. M Ml.., W W r. O. Co wiping rag*. Te a pound allowed
Into the room.
evening *er'Ices -
'clock. Wednesday Tuesday
p.m. ; Ladles' prayer circle, press
4 oil SWH of blue Wlr of UM for clean rags, white or color
,' which Include testimonial at 2:30: p. m. Mid-week prayer nll.laad tW.f W Lifts alR Editor: "Well, what did UM superintendent

on Christian Science, I p.cis meeting lasts till Sept.PRESBYTERIAT A... mom up _. is the Catr .I fin ACRES rook land forwent Reporter "Nothing."

The public .ut cordially Invited L Tko Dodo.= of Florid MM. esde 0. R Ritch. (paSO;) Editor: : "All right, keep It down
j attend. -. MM C.rtlfimw n.:. ... wo. IB 'oono 11( to a column.- -Camp Lawrence I
CHURCH Qsrrran, lo.. v._ mid C.etlflma : Lookout
Ant. is-lesson-senna* topic owl .. tedrm.d as.Nist a 10.,.
Iaa ... .. r the 161.1I
I Ilonteetead-Krom* avenue at dur ol a.pan.b.. A.D.
''N. 16th treet Sunday school at D.tW this Slot sty ;J'rA.. P.
10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m.An II:. .. LBATrlKRMAM: Clad at 61ftwit Dow"NI i
and Court" 110I... Oouimr. riorldo.Kr .
Homestead First avenue
*. M-Sermon by the Rev. N. O. -..... B. C. RejuvenateYour
"W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton, 0_ E. Bevel at 11 a. m. Olreull c..rt art.IAut. .
Banister. Bible study at 10 a. m.; I IS. 10: ...... .. U. KIn /

i bmraunion fellowship and SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE OF the Cirr.lt CM ., UK hours ,.. Car CUES THE PRICE OF I l
aching at 11 a. m.; preaching at TRUTH distal Circuit ft FI_.. m t4 *orDoo.

JO:: p. IB. Prayer meeting Wed- Uomtitetd-branch of MiamiSpiritualist 11 RoiAdoptlm. Cowtr. In.f CkoiMwit.DUNCAN MotLIEN.MOM. Wood Work I COMFORT ;
day at 7:30: p. m.CHURCH Jr.. .kf CDITH M. CLAH.LN t MSDtO. SHAVING i
: Temple of Truth In Fender
Woman's Club 410 N. W. Eighth i Native: ., I........ to Adapt Child Body. Repairs
OF GOD I I NOTICR It koroky tlsn that MOWln -
t I avenue. Men' Bible class and '1 .l will fUo. hw FotlHoo In theu... Inn. Tops and TrimmingSeat .
i Homestead- 0 N. W. First young people's lyceum at 7:19: p. wilt Oovrt In and for Dade c....... n......, Covers
clock A. the 11th
I venue; Fev. Geo. Lorton, pastor. m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobsonat I at day Ira of t .... t'6.Monooir int. tat M onto PROBAKW f
unity school at IMS: a. m.; 7:45: ; lecture and messages at p.nnlttlftl Iwr to odoirl M her owl ..hiU.o Painting

Smching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p.1 8 p. m. by the Rev. Sods Hobson. I booMBk Infant Jt.bur knows fM poems Moo.

; Senior C. O. Q. Society 6.30 I EDITH H. CLAn-IN. ;
BIBLE W. R R..4rt Attaraoy for PMltkMorrin ?%
'in.; Intermediate C. O. G. S. In : < N.Uonoi Rank build... .MI..I Phi Art's Paint Shop 4

I w ,parsonage 8:30 p. m. Mid-week CLASS lAy. >S. M ..". .. IIIt I \
prayer: service at'7:30 p. m. Wed-:I White Stone M. E. Church build- hot N. KnOMB AVE.

,sd y.CRV7tCit tnt- Sunday at 9.45 f m. Note I !
denomlnatJonaL International lessons
t ,, used. Those not attending

VI nomtstttd-The Rev. Howard other Sunday school cordially in A :

t Eel, pastor. Sunday school at vited. I

"'1:45: a. m.; presching'at 11 a. m. !
and 7:30 p. m.; N. V. P. S. and "
union meeting at 8:30: p. m. PRAYER SERVICE t HAVING _fait We sa all.i ..

Prayer meeting Wednesday even-' Bible study and prayer sen ice i iI. S sloe low is pales wllh ofaanoasuta.NOtProa.aJesidr

i 7:30. the Rev. H. E. Bergof
: Conducted by
Miami at home of Mr G. L _, / .......w. new ........
f edit fume .......nIak II III
i' EPISCOPAL Guilt every Friday' 3 p. m. .
4..i I Yee sal It i .....-lleaw.is6 .
i.i II' 8U John'*-303 S. Krome aveM + birds.asllorea Ie aulIq.

., Homestead. Minister in I. ONLY fee ..1, !9!. Yoa'ti wosdsf
I charge, the Rev Edgar W. WU- Clean Vegetables Sell Better how such. 6se hubs van be

lOck; lay reader. Joseph Gauzen lord let so little aleaeI.p4eask .

Second Sunday each month cor- I INGER Jesse I.the PeedPof f

write communion for month; holy, See our vegetable washer built at our shop. ALE _....u.. ,sawfd..dagn.rh.sd. -,

communion 8 e. m. Sunday school We turn wood rollers for packing house use.. nt suicaloM ..... i i
.it; 1:49 each Sunday. Church *eru > ;,3hie.bl.de It *w>o.Mlnlh7i'Frida
\ last Sunday each month. Portable fire and irrigation pumps. Lathe and i velowed., se.ed. head sad
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s I As*. SS-Tb* Rev. Mr.Charles machine work. Farm machinery repaired or f 4 abnisa.srldaufoe.TJrlPeabokJ" f'f'pon'
*t Atlanta win have chart oft { '
foe ..tGrn
1Oe aM ne peso
''rebuilt .
t,aemee at Til: p. alt. /10006KiIDDIIE ohm lad" r.- peers d..ler. 1'\\

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J h '*-Rtdland; the Rev. mad lnb4 rams,

Se* M. Poth, pastor. Sunday

seawrf each Sunday at 10 a. m. .
tnjlisb: service) entlHt SuiWiy r
fad month at 3 p. m. and GermanHn1c1 Surveys laps,
cost third Sunday at 'I p. .


:, ,riwld City Community Church
Registered Land Surveyor
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Twette THE LEADER ENTERP1 199 Friday, August 28. 1936.

Lee's Order to Exempt Homes From tad Farms Increase W42Sin 1t 30. American Boy Magallne 000
The number of tattle reported
II Bond Levies to Be Disregarded I Cen.J1s Report Shows on January 1, 1933 was SM4 as i Is Loaded with Adventure
cMkpaiw* with MM eI'I' April! I, I -
__ i Them was an iaarea at ttt IMS. .... of I. "leeMob....a Io 'J1UI ..
number HnrM and min. ,
General Bonds Not Assessor raid farm in Dad. Ctounty, ruftu, ,toga tported It'lltnu"-1. 19S3ww S,: t"a a. .a.tr/b thew o"tit* a a
"Spe- between 19TO and JIM, accordingto "-om ........
105; mules and mule colts, .....
ciah Assessment for "I am at a km to understand tabulation of llctt MM* tffi 4 Uw luiWfj
a preliminary returns 419 ... ......
; begs and pigs, 1,190.Land rand 'but tiny 'oN 10 wiu
t Benefits", Lee Says I how the comptroller's office could of Uw census of agriculture from which Made .want tome aid ..
crops were : :: =
l Issue any such instruction to which began! January S, 1835, released Ia.Ua tell to feats. teen
I harvested was So,024<< acres in 1934as But Nut/M
Tamp. Aug. 22 (rNS)-DesplU I county taxing officials, In as much by Director William L. Austin compared with 23.87S acres in I'u
ts he fully really our board ofiquslltatlon of :. To;
I bureau census departmentof
the instructions issued to all has met and 1939. The acreage and quantity ....u. '" tIot IIeootIt d.aa is a metrenbaoaw
boards of commissioner approvead commerce of to loot ..
county selected crops harvested In 1934were wa.s object a
d the assessment roll ss provided farms averaged from 1,180 to dne tam 'WW ft." Cnaa.aa, wi1d.0aaa
but week fey State Comptroller law."Dada ; Irish potatoes' 1733 acres with lb. ... *v.Hi threat the CYr6
j J. M. LM that tx levies for general by 1429 in 1125. The average Size and 671,343 bushels, all hay and = with u. Ut k pl.ry..a.lIIIo11\C'1\
fount and district bond county homesteads will be Of farms waS 144 acres in 131: sorghums for forage TIT acres '. bluett yaw W a
assessed for debt service,*be stated t ": 'tt M true MTWMUMI MM* OM
i and 43 6 acres In 1910 The average and 14T1 tons; and corn for grain Hnn sad rhlauwMMi at AtrMt .tS
exempt; "regardless of comptrollerLee'S value of land and buildings 6T acres and 910 bushels. c. I&hI Carl von ..*_.. (uwwphmr ...
.c that In Dad, HiUsborough and a Instructions, unless" the per farm was fun In 193J and These figures for 1933 are for W atnetw u4 MiM km,>k:hwIM IM, In ehanuhm tuition tbfr..T'II t .._ '
; number of other counties such courts order otherwise. elected items only and are subject mulct t..d.a XJi-ts1 fiv"'::Jr t
taxes: will be sot up by boards taking M. t Paco, tax assessor of Lake county officials to disqualify provisions to correction final! figuresby Bsr, ta. : <""t I
the opinion of their attorneyswho County concurs with Lummus aid of the homestead exemption counties are to be presentedIn and BStfttr1'c. :
take Issue With the comptroller Sutton and contends that the levy and place a debt service levy a state bulletin for Florid Tlumll loa ncatlonal IMU eta WIN f
1 and contend that such levies should be against all property on exempted homesteads. The; .bole dvic llu.....naav....... nMitt slat MM kU,...life.. bnoiunwtiH writ, 1
must be made against homesteads. W. D Outman official of the amendment clearly states that all She: "Don't you know there are a..u.w.-l1i--' : irilnt vortawgU lui:
County attorney John B. Sutton Florida Association of Beat Estate hornet valued at S3,000 or less shall germs in kissing" -...... ,
of HlUsboroufh In an opinion toMs I Boards, speaking before the Tampa be excmp from all taxation, other He! Say. girlie, when I kiss, I TRI. w AMERICAN It Fur three BOY...._.. f.esie..ub.i Mir II eraw.
I Board, cot than SPECIAL assessments for kiss hard enough to kill the
board of commissioners ruled Realty Support omptbma' a "or stn. aced F
( in direct contrast to Cot Le to the :Lee and urged that home ownersof BENEFITS ha points out and thisis germs:' -The Kodak Rambler. acme act a.r." :.::,and Mmlttanm u.TUB.
Bird. p. -
i effect that 0 levy upon all real i Florida united in opposition to In line with Comptroller Le 'f troll., Mich ... lIh tiiIwu
estate for bonds should b* made this effort on the part :of certain ruling,' WANT ADS PAYSaturday see ivoupx'04 at laud: lOc a
this year ks It has in the past I
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/ This levy, Mr.Sutton said,"must ""
., include homestead property M
welt as aU other property which City r Shoulder-
i was subject to assessment for the
I payment of debt service at the time Pork Roast
> the various sundry bond Issues ChickenDrum
2 were sold.
i "Under the law It would not bed
possible by constitutional amendment (: ticks lb. ..tWO .....WI.. ..2Jc

or legislative act to impairthe '" .
11 ., slightest obligation of bonds
which had been I issued on basis
i of levies to be made against properties each *--*.- -5t Big Juicy
I to general," he Insisted.
I "Any other version would be art "
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attempt to Impair the obligation of ,..,.", ,. Specials Dogs
a contract in violation of the Unit Any Cut Georgia BeefSteaks
ed States Constitution" he explained. Granulated '

..; J K.tummus Jr., Dade County lbw- .. W e. ;
Maxwell SmithINSURANCE Sugar, 5 lb. pkg. 27c- I .. ''' ..

I Sugar Creek Oeanury
Del l Monte Vacuum PackedCoffee
FIRE, ACNE, STORM AND Lift ib. 00604619C

at,IMHMI Phone N. Krone MlMOflce ant tilt at. man lb. 26CGoldcrt Butterlb.cam..29C

Edward % Georgia Key or Libbt.M1LK ':
Stilling :

Real' Estate ChuckRoastlb. 10 large cans 59c '
Insurance i ,
Cast rata Ava. and Arts B iI ---I6c, No. 2 Cans 2 for Early June 8 cansTomatoes15c
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I NEWT 0. BALL 'a large can Yellow lb. I .

tfetarp Public Calf Liver & ONIONS ;
:' Mild I'tfVJWOB aftittwDppzD Pork Beans- 5e - 5c
I Ui'fD' Asst. Flavors 3 pkgs. Ripe 3 lb.

it .. tmna eve lb. .... .. .. ate JELLO. ....-19c BANANAS 13c Daisy ..

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New Cobbler Kellogg'sPotatoes Cheese -
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,, Com Flakes

HAMBURGERBacon ; U.A .AM tea+ $9Ctl9lfaltftl '

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Plcticellr to the Vert 14 uu..1tc Fresh Center Cut r rr$46

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