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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1935
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME XXIII-NUMBER 36. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT. 6, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS i




DAMAGE HERE Wind and Out Water Community Almost of Wipe IslamoradaThe FIRST ORGANIZED RESCUE ; f



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TOFRAMES-I wholesale ton of-ttte In-kilted. EFFECTED BY LOCAL MENEARLYTUESDAYAFTERNOON

Monday hurricane wa not coa The full list of dead and missing

fined to the veteran camp It civilians made at blamorada and

I almost wiped out the civilian population Upper Mateeumbe by Mlamlan

; of blamond. a fishing on an official survey Wednesday
and sponging community morel I* not published on the chancel :

than half a century old. At Upper that it may be inaccurate due U ,

Matecumbe: a few mite north of confusion that follows immediately I '1

City To Have All Electric blamorada, M were reported deador on any great catastrophe. The 105 Injured Are Brought

Service Restored by missing by official Identlflca-i. following partial tot I* published VET SURVIVORS Across Snake Creekin

Saturday tion worker / only: after consultation with old :
Resident of those two communities resident and relative of those Five Hours .
!
Damage In the Redland District bad relative and many named-and even then there i* LEAVE FOR CAMP t

from high wind caused by the I friend In the Redland District, the possibility that soma of the A rescue party from Homesteaddid ,

hurricane which came inland torn and for this reason the enormity I victim will be found alive later. JACKSONVILLESurvivor the first organized work: of y
BO of the tragedy I* brought home Iilsaisrtil bringing the hurricane Injured
mile to the west of Homestead *
here with fore that atun the from the south tide of Snake f.
)&oacbr1lI&/lt; wa* confined mainly a Mr*. Host Lee Russell about 80
mind. Creek. Between 1:30 Tuesday
to curtailed telephone and electric : f John Russell postmaster of of the hurrtoane-dV )
One whole of 11 night and 1:30 Wednesday mam-
service and to fruit blow family personswas : blamorada, (died tn hospital. mouthed veteran camp on the kj
Ing 101 wounded were brought
annihilated-Mr. and Mr*
from the tract or bruised by the Marjorie Lee Russell his wife. key*-that is, thou veteran able
II to Plantation m out- f
Henry Russell and their DIne'cbO-, across Key an
Marjorie RutttU SplU and her
IN&tIncoftM.1nd. to travel-were to board a train In board motor boat f
dren.Mr. operated by
Veteran fruit own estimated! man eon. Miami at I o'clock last night for
that from 50 to TS cent of the *. Rode Lee Russell 80. and Irene Russell. Jacksonville David Bane of Homestead and '_
per : where they were to
nearly a score of her descendants, I given first aid treatment by Dr J. r
avocado crop and 1} to SO per cent Rosemary Russell. be taken to a special camp to be
A. Smith of Homestead tint twdl-
on the key. Including John Rut-
ot the grapefruit crop hai been Charlotte Lowe Russell wife ot reclassified and given permission I
blamorada cal officer to go into action .it tile ,
ten postmaster were '
damaged. Persian lime went' Clifton Russell (who survives) and to enter any of the remaining three 1
of the disaster
damaged 50 cent Most ahlp- their four children. whit veteran scene ,
per I camp in Florida,; David is still on the- seem with j
eta will halt operation in order Eugene Russet Gladys Russell y
located at Welaka, Lsysburg and
his "kicker" there
,
LINES TIGHTEN only now retrain j
that no atom-damaged fruit will and their children Howard, and dearwater I.
only the dead to be brought 1
reach the market and batter down I ray :
This announcement wa made across the channel that was a t\t
the price IN STORM MEAASTDIEPASSESj I Richard H. Russell Minnie by Fred Poor, trust officer of the raging torrent In the early stages \. t tof
Two third of the telephonesIn Tedder Russell and their ion. Wanren
key camps, a few hour after the the work a* the Bay ot Florida,
the Russell who died In
district were out of commission hospitaL
last of survivors from
group Camp filled to overflowing by the tidalwave
and it was thought that Doris Russell Eubank, wife of
Three Lower
at
Matecumbe lat
from the Atlantic sought toreturn
two week would be required for I Auby Fubanks (who survives) and
I of the be
camp to reached by rescue -, the flood water to the
I
restoration of line James Eubank thru son. 1 I
boat arrived
*, by aerocar InHomestead
the
Three crew composed of ten By NELL HTLHETT ARCHER I I, Henry Russell Ruby Johnson ocean through narrow paasage
for
registration by assistants Organized P. B. Biro
by Mayor ,
men working on the municipal They stopped U* at vernier.i i|i Russell and their nine children. of Mr. Poock at the Baptist I the Homestead rescue party Included -
line hoped to have service restored The khaki clad state militia who I I[ Clyde Russell Mary Johnson Sunday school room before I beside those mentioned
to all consumers' by Saturday 'Russell and their two children. .
the hurricane
were policing areaThursday
proceeding to transient eatablished i
camp J. L. Scarborough. ray Hobbs, &
Business houses and homes Mrs. Collie Johnson and her .
would
let no one throughaave :
far the veteran refugee .
J: Sherard, Fletcher Bryant Ovid
with babies or sick persona have those who -. Russell Johnson.
were working In at Hollywood and Opalocka. I Sullivan Jimmy Herndon Ed ,
keen first to have light and powf the district When we bowed Robert Inbraham, Laura Adam
.. .. Speaking before new reel cam Barnes, Herman Thomas, "Pink"F
were
Mataufd- About SUIi1..1et Ingraham and their two
son
& our LeaderrJEnterprise they j
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: Infant K" i .W.s-da1..Wr..J.. ood..bO LgmbBgckyaugban, Mc
reported down, with mot of the remarked '"Sure daughter. ,
you n go
a* of the Gregor, John DouthIt, Jimmy Latter
damage resulting from tree fallIng I through but you cant take your I II Franklin Booth, Ruth andj paymaster key camps
and receiver of the trust fund or Ed. Woodbury Jimmy Iu-
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Booth and
the their infant
on. line ear. A typ Florida Key squall I
I I, Mrs. Mamie saving of the veterans, had won James Simmons, Deacon Green
Th Florida Power and Light was upon us. We ran for the Ingraham.
the affection of the veteran for J D. Redd Archer Smith and
Co. bad electric service to all its general store, but only after the mother from Key West, and
his understanding attitude-gain Qua Caves Before leaving Mayor -
conntmen In the Redland District militia men had promised to help daughter Mary Ingraham also I
ed from of Bird caned for aid front coastguard
from Key WestRas many ;yean responsible
Wednesday. All but thoseIn us get to Snake Creek.
service In the United State* and the Red Crow In Miami.A .
army
Florida City were cut off early With a lull In tile squall we tried Moulins.Bert +
Davis.Margaret denounced "whoever wa responsible man whose name wa not obtained ,
Monday evening,and tile auxiliary our hick on tilt highway. The
for the In had managed to make five I
delay sending
]
at Florida aervice Brunswick.
plant City kept militia bad apparently forgottenus.
the evacuation train from Miami." trip* across in an outboard motor Ji
there until II p m. Service we Just leaving wa a truck load- raeer Maleemab '
Edward I The tram sent to remove the boat prior to the arrival <>l the 1
Williams.Mr.
restored In Florida City at 11 m. ed with pine boxes which we were.
Tuesday informed wa awing down to bring and Mrs. Watts. ex-servic men cIcI. not get to the Homestead men. There were sev- :

Th only Injury reported was to back the dead. We rod to Snake Mrs. Mamie Lowe PInder. cey camp until late Monday ana en other "kickers on the scene

Ben Pulley, young grocery clerk, Creek on a coffin with several i I Winnie CUrr)'. wa caught in the hurricane blown when they arrived but. nine,, ofContinued
( as flax T- i
who fell through a plate glass win- American Legion volunteer from Camille Roberta Finder. from the track and turned over \

dow Monday while helping to Miami and with Bob Norwood,I Robert L Roberto. on Its tide with about 90 veterans

erect butter H* suffered cut who live on the keys and i* doing James Woods and baby Beverly inside who bad sought shelter in REFUGEES TELL
on tile neck and hand and was volunteer work. 1 Norman Sweeting. it the storm broke. No

taken to the Post Graduate hospi- Bob who had not shaved for: (Continued on Pap Four r.

tal for treatment He I* still there,I days told us about his wife and HOW THEY CAME

but his condition I* not Ierioua.I children. They were safe. He

had sent them to Miami. Bob I i Hunt for Two :Missing Hodge Girls THROUGI STORM

had remained look out for his
to
RADIO HELPS IN property. Even his boat wa gone Continued by Family and Friends

"I haven't been a good man," be By NELL WUJKEIT ARCHER R

I explained to us. "Why I wa allowed I Into the Baptist Sunday schoolroom j
KEY DISASTER All Homestead ha been straining Leroy, 14; Vernon 11; Irene', 13
to be saved, I don't know.But I ; they began bringing them nt
eye and ear for word of and Kathleen, T They spent the
from now on rm Tuesday night battered, tired
COMMUNICATION Bob told M that be had I Myrtle and Sarah Hodge IS and first half of the hurricane In the hungry raln-eoaked refugee from

with a number of 113, respectively, daughters of Mr. bridge tender' house and afterIt the Florida Key hurricane-stricken

worker Into Miami to dlallcf.1! Mrs. G. M. Hodge ot this city had been "shelled our they took area. And from the improvised

For about twenty hour the onlymeans night "But I couldn't who were visiting with the Bertenu advantage of a 15-mlnute hill a Infirmary they went forth to ?

ol communication with the I hotel I slept at the police tai: at blamorada when th the center of the hurricane passed friends to home, to hospital and

outside world wa furnished to rack I kept seeing them--the struck that place. over them to seek: shelter In a j to other veteran enmp* clothed ,

the rtorm-swept territory by rte bodies I had found during the day 1 The Hodge girl went to &1a-j' little boat that had been beached doctored and fed. A strange group

:Amateur Radio Relay League ofAmerica. -my friend, my children' morada to see a game of diamond I'j on the nit where they remained; It wa-veteran, fisherman laborer

Medicine, doctor, food. mate*-everyone but my ;ball between Tavernler and bla without Injury until the wind dl'minlshed. -I but largely _Id," Ian
ambulances and bridge building er, BIB." (Bill Norwood ..P1a1-j morada and neither they nor the' content M

material were requested by radio. Camp One.) Berteau have been heard of since||' Mr. Jackson, who talked with j j'I Despite the wind-hurled stomas. y

Families received message from At that point we were stopped the hurricane. Mr Hodge ha negroes from Marathon II milesto the flying beam; the watery

the stricken district vent by survivors by other khaki-clad, bayonet-I spent every day at the scene of the I'I the south said the atom did BO downpour and the Herculean +

via amateur radio to Miami armed militia. V.bJcIeI..ere hurricane damage, hunting verification -I damage there but from the north I wind they came through ltom

and thence by commercial telegraph informed could go no closer to of either their hope or end of Grassy Key on which Marathon few of these seasoned Service s

to destination, collect the center of ..ctivlty. Betweendescriptions their fears. Member of the family -I I I Ia situated, to Channel 8, amen.-But.,thank 104J.Uw7 all remark

At noon Tuesday. Alan B. Mill of bit missing and friend are now makingthe the railroad washed) out Long !I "give M Frame and the

et the Radio Corporation of America Bill Bob Norwood ))11 brothrr'l rounds of the hospital andundertaking .. Key fishing camp I* wiped outWork trenches. At least a fellow had a

and member of the Amateur through group after group establishment In Miami -(I train are running from chance there."

Radio Relay League ot America, tary police. No question were on the chance that the girl I Key West to Marathon sod reconstruction l 1 guess It was red luck thatI

arrived at the storm wrecked asked. We reached the dock improvised -,may have been unreported I I i Is under way at that end I get through. smiM John Fallen

bridges below Tavernier. With tram what wa once the| Fear were entertained also for 1 i, a* well a* on the northern edge ot I II MeXeeaport. Pa.. veteran from JI

hint were other member of the highway bridge across Snake*{ the safety: of Albert Sykes, son of I the hurricane path midway; between Camp One. John was m the VWp <1

league who had made the trip to Creek. I Mrs. W. H. Sykes of Homestead, Rock Harbor and Tavernler. .hospital when the building gave

inspect personally the extent of About us were- young CCC boy who since Sunday had been visiting -I Lawrence Bow. son of Mrs. L.: L.: way. He and sixty other bad s

the storm damage. not old enough to have left school the family of R. C. Jackson Bow of Homestead woo has a responsible gone there seeking safety and shelter

The member of the group were who had spent the last M hour I bridge tender at Channel Five civilian position In the The hospital, holding six feet

stunned at the almost unbelievable digging out bloated, decayed,broken :- midway between Lower Mate Oversea Highway bridge construe .f fetter, caved to. John.,.." the

i eondittoni they found and lost no bodies; volunteer,Legionnaire cumbe: and Long Key but Albert .tiaII, Is safe All other civilian employees rest of the night Swimming dowm 1

1 time returning to Miami. Shortly from KJ.n -tDea who had burled turned up with a group of refugee on the bride project have the railroad tracks.

titter 3 p. m. they were beck tnfjavernler their dead comrade in France I Wednesday.night accompanied by been safety accounted for with tb Robert Nichols St Louis ex.

"t and had art W the pee but weakened at the light of the Mr. and Mrs. Jackson and their exception of George Pepper of soldier and ban player, guarded

:, 1CMaUa-S as Faso .(Ysi) ,, CocUntMd Page Ten) 'children Sad, U; R. C. Jr* 1.; Key West, who was killed. (Ctiau4 *. Page Two)





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Page Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday September 6, 1985. ,

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merchants and the county unit of dv of fcrplomUr, A D tttt, forpmlsttn > ;
The fisherman's sole Injury Is a
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REFUGEES TELL FIRST RESCUEIS h t to ** M gar twoEDITH
badly scratched foot. The homes the Red Grout, furnished the build- a. i font by k..wa u DVaca. "_I
were Ukffl118 POtTGradUltl'IUe- Pod 'with cots, blankets and phy- Iwna. Jr

HOW\ THEY CAME piul here. ORGANIZEDBY sJctens and Burgeon. w. B. I AMonwiP roc M.PMNIaCrFIM CLA tp"' .'
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It snot NulMliw .MHunJ II .
A act in *
clothing depot was
Mrs. Owen Pardue whoa father up IAu II Ml Mat ., .III
': Ed. Button, owned the Mate- the Neva King Cooper school, and
THROUGH STORM I cumbe Hotel, and her six-year-old LOCAL HEN uninjured native refugee were '

ton, after fleeing from their wrecked given shelter there while veteran CITY DRAY

hotel spent the night In an old refugee were tent to transient
Continual from Pat Oo) station bus with Mr. Butter and (Continued from Page, On) camps at Opalocka and Holly IIEKMAN WATTS ft**

by I police dot, squatted on I cot other hotel refugees Water rote them would work. David Same wood. The American Legion Hanllng el awy kind at any

in the Sunday school room and in the vehicle, but when morning had brought bill outboard motor hall was tendered at a temporary "- Safe delivery guana-

talked volubly. "Nick", hit pal, I came Its occupant: were ttlll safe. along and the party raised a boat morgue. People forgot organization IeflI. PHONE 613-W
"Windand Bonus, the police line and flocked to the Sunday '
"It was horrible, horrible shuddered that had been sunk by the storm
dos adopted by the camp, left their Mrs. Pardue. "Light from and began operation All this school building to offer their

cabin together, with Bonua curled the old but were somehow turnedon. accounts for the fact that though services a* Individual The county -I

about "Windy1 neck. CrawlIng -I People, teeing the lights, the rescuer left Homestead at I Red Cross tent down doctors

for the highway and t sheltered made for the bus. In the brightness p. m.. It was 8:30: before the first and nurses, medicines and bandages OUR NEWEUGENE

bank, "Nick" was hit by a two' dead bodies twirled before trip was made. Three doctors I cols and blanket, cigarette

by-six timber Dear the cesspool I Mr and tobacco and anything that i WAVEAlACIIINE
I us. And shuddering again, who had arrived after the Homestead -
and remained there until cold rain I I 1
Pardue, wearing a brown bathingsuit party appeared on the scene, might ease the pain or afford tome
and wind revived him. "Nick"then : and a man'a raincoat, crawled were taken across on the first small measure of comfort to the

made bill slow way to I telephone ,: Into a car for Miami. Dr. Smith remained on ttorm-woundod and itorm-ahock-
pole and clung there until trip-I' and
ed refugee li equipped with rUmrfe
additional
It began>> to ...,. Daylight, and I Rich man, poor man soldier, Key to victim give arrived. Urn clock u Mare safety dqnallty
the
and Want- aa
tailor, the aged the
the ball player found himself at :i Into the Baptist Sunday school Infirmary went over to work on the other Bill' girl live In great big house worm !. the following
the sheltered bank. Daylight, and
Mine in lmanBiU' etyletl
I cottage
aide at additional medical help ar-
they came. Weird stories
the pole had alien. Daylight, and soft fur
rived. girl wear a coat,
they told. But always"Thli was the EUGENE
no one knew about "Windy"Bonua 1 And mine a faded shawl
wont hurricane of them all." Rescue operation were resumed
spool Wednesday with the Bill' girl U fait and flirty, CROQCIGNOLB
at 3 a. m. Wednesday after an
hurricane lurvlvon at the church. ; I Mine sedate and good. SPIRAL
irvin C. Sutton of Lansing '' hour and a half respite.
Would change my girl for Bill'i COMBINATION
Mich., casually remarked, "They VET SURVIVORS At Homestead In the meantime, I girl

pulled me out from a pile of lum- I the Rev. C. N. Walker had offeredthe You know darn well I would. i $7. -$6.50--$5--$4.5O(

ber with 2* dead fellows." "Buck", I use of the Baptist Sunday -The Fan. Operator' of Beauty Parlor

aa he I* known to the veterans, LEAVEFORCAMPj school building at an emergencyhospital MISS LILT BROWNBush's

ha*jn e Idea how he got to the lumber I and refugee depot Volunteer LEGAL NOTICES

Something struck him In the IN JACKSONVILLE citizens under the leadership -

head while be wa in the quarry, of Wm. J. Geronimo, adjutant Barber Shop
I. ticw chrelt c." ., .... at..at Js.didr
"And the next morning they pull- I of the Homestead post of the 0-11. es ,....... I. and per

ed me out of the debris pile 100'I (Continued From Page One) American Legion, and Mr, Geron-I I I.In..It.Ad..tlnn. (...',. fa 0' !DUNCAN base", ANDBeauty

yards away, Cod, t prayed that ana in the train.were killed how i Imo, local representative NOON. Jr.. by &DITfI II. CLAFLIN IMNative I
night!" Dade of the Amer- 1 a
I County chapter
ever. .f lntaUw .. ...... CUM
John J. Riley the "Halllgan Sail- Captain B. E. Davit I can Red Cross and welfare chairman |I NOTICE fe .hereby (Inn that UN ....... I II Parlor
or" saved another Camp One dog i I .IUverln-1 of the Legion Auxiliary, with ilrnH will file bM Prtllkt. l> the Cll to
tendent *f Camp Three I Hit .
Coon-in 4 fur Dwh
Cmmtr Florid
"Sandy", and two comrades. But'th with the last group of his the financial co-operation ot local |lit I M 0",leak A. M.. ...... Uu Utk
> 'Hnlmn Sailor" has weathered I i __n ___ ___
I be rescued by coast guard boat
successfully five hurricanes.
I yeiterday said there were 130 surf -
All you gotta do is run for Ihola.
vivon from his ,
camp: Including
"
And the sailor
had his
I
men who had walked there from
spotted at anon as storm warning Camp Five, which i* midway between
were issued "Shucks I woulda Camp On and Three. Hit Ammonia Listed as Nitrogen
come through without a scratch
camp roll wa about 260.
but I helped them othen." Riley
does not know Camp One with a potter of 250,
the
names of the
other men, but he shows two had IS survivor*, including those| In New Fertilizer Law

smashed knee at the result of his who had lee camp to celebratepay i

kindness. Riley does not mind day and Labor Day elsewhere. I

"Red" CUnon and "Rusty"'Boatman I Camp Five, with 10 men on the

of roll, bad about 129 men in camp Effective Sept. 1
Camp One hopped the
relief train at their station and Monday. Only 16 of these rurtlv1ed <".;; '; I "

rode to blamorada, planning'I the blow at far aa records ahow. ,
Asked to what he attributed the|
return with the veterans of Camp
Three and five. large percentage of survivor at
"Red", !tUlt
and seven companions, including, 'Camp Three, Captain Davis laid: I Effective Sept. first, the new Florida fertilizer law changes the list

overturned two babies, spent coach the carrying night in more an''I"A cool little I advised organization all the men and keeping to bangon ing of Ammonia to Nitrogen. Also, Nitrogen is listed in four different


than five feet of water. At daybreak and to ferryboat tank can and, go aboard dig themselves dredge forms: Nitrate Nitrogen, Ammoniacal Nitrogen, Water Soluble Organic

they broke the door and,
escaped to a well-nigh drowned in any way they could Then when Nitrogen, and Water Insoluble Organic. Nitrogen. Nitrogen contains
world. the lull came I told them to make

Harry Stalnaker clung to the 1 I ready for the wind that" would about one fifth more Ammonia than the old listing of Ammonia.The .

rails of the Florida East COld un- j 1 come the other way toon

til into he a was deep hit hole.by a For beam three and hour fell I I i unroofed The automobile and pretty ferry well boat wrecked wa,| new law requires, also, that all plant' foods be listed in whole

he hung to a ledge in the hole. At i but the automobile deck afforded'protection numbers and no fractions. Therefore the new formulas will be slightly
bunch of
daybreak II to one vet,
they dragged him out
Will Moran and Ed Henley living while dredge, though they were, different. Below is a comparative table of the new Nitrogen and the old
I wrecked too afforded a certain
In cabins ,!
near the water'sedge.
|' amount of shelter for others Mr. I I Ammonia formulas:
were blown to the wave 1 I
After clinging all night to drift Davis said. I t
Among the mining from Camp,
wood and
floating rafter they I!
Five are W. E.: Murtha, associate
found themselves at daybreak only
few editor of the Key Veteran Newt, New Old
a hundred yards from a desolate i\
I and J. H. Ambrose, talented amateur -

But Florida not all shore the refugees I cartoonist of that nlWlplptl',1whcole 1% Nitrogen equals 1.22% Ammonia

I clever work had to
begun
soldiers C. K. Hardy and EmUel 2 2.44 Ammoniaf
attract the attention of commercial % Nitrogen equals % -
Manuel wbo worked for the
Mc-
art critic. Little hope I It felt *'!TJf '

Voy Three Engine and lived and Boiler at Carlbee Co., at Colony Camp,I for Ambrose aa he had plannedto 3% Nitrogen equals 3.66% Ammonia

go on a fishing trip over the holi (
and Emile'a wife,Nellie,after being I day. Murtha went to Miami Sunday -, 4% Nitrogen equals 4.88% Ammonia .
washed ashore from their house I
to "cover" ball for the
spent the night clinging to a tre.: paper, and may a itill game be in that,, 5% Nitrogen equals 6.1Q% Ammonia
When daylight came Nellie' only I

remaining garment was a narrowaaah. i city camp or before may have the gone hurricane.back to the I 1 &% Nitrogen equals 7.32% Ammonia i" "'

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Fortunately EmIle had don
Albert C. Keith, editor ot the i i!
ned two pain of trousers when
veteran in Miami when'
paper was
the storm began, and Nellie

one of these when waswearing she I to the kindling storm blew wood hit camp.He came No. to'1,|', The available Phosphoric Acid and Water Soluble Potash are still

registered at the Baptist 'f
School rooms In Homettead.Sunday I I Homestead Tuesday night and has' the same as in the old formulas. In purchasing fertilizers for the coming
been working night and day in the

erman James and Dlckney guide, tells Tavernier graphicallyot fish Sunday school hospital registering: season the above table will give a comparison to go by.

I refugee veteran, answering tele-.
saving Justly of the Peace II:.
gram of frantic Inquiry from their
R. Lowe and his family. When
families and in general
making
their home gave way, the family of
himself of the of
I I one mainstays
five Including I flve-month-oM
those In charge ot relief work. :
baby, was washed into the
grove. As tar could be learned aD
a*
Upon the advice of Mr. ? Florida East Coast Fertiliier Co.
the Lowea clung to one other member of the Kay Veteran ...
Ditkna"l I New staff are safe I
young wife of Claude
Mr. Poock: laid last sight that
and again, was ready to
the veterans and .everybody Is* MANUFACTURERS .
Finally the old fisherman ,
clasped I connected with the VWP art grate r
the young mother in his arm and tut for the treatment that baa been .,
held her between him and the pro.. Redland Brand Fertilizer
I I accorded the veteran by the
tcting tree. Meanwhile Claude
people of Homestead and the rest
Lowe, carrying his five-month- ot the Redland District MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS'
PHONE 16
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old child struck
was by allying "j---, t g .
atone, and let go of the tree. Mr.;I She looks taped lu lowly: worm.. ..
Stlckney ten Mary hanging to the!'I Then laid in tone a-rlnging- FRANK B. RUE, Mgr. HOMESTEAD, FLA. '

tree and swam for the father and!I "My love for you i* like this ring.ThereVJprri I \
child. and calmer "
Daylight wind i to beginning.
showed the family till together *-'mf Weakly Effort

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onditioa.. Aa we drove across Sonny 8ot..and'x of her seven I Daylight, and Mr. Rowe found gfloup happy and planning. to r* t'r
LINES TIGHTEN'INSTORM the devastated Mead music froma chickens. Her four ducks are his wile and U other members ot bairn to blue ke>itdUve.Mr :
Miami cafe came to us. Meanwhile Missing i the group crouched behlndjm automobile -I Rowe who is superintend- f
I AREAASmmpASSES banging to the rear of the ta addition Helen and her I abm one hundred feet et of the J. a Orr Ce> quarry, laphMinlsc .
car was an improvised trailer on parents at the beginning of the from the house. Edgar Shepherd I to return to work as soon I
which the dead bodies were carried hurricane the Rowe home) contained had escaped with only a scratch !, as be can establish his young ?
Our first body was that ota their friends, M,. ad Mrs. Reggie He had carried Claude Sylvester daughter In IC'hoollD Miami. Mrs.
baby boy, a child perhaps two Roberta and their three chil- from the house and bad beenVashed :I Rowe Insists that It her husband '
yean old He lay as he was found, dren; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Beckhant; to the Rowe garage wherehe I can come: back to work she can .
Continued Prom Page One) on his stomach his arms makinga and Bill Lambert of Tampa and his and his crippled companion come back to cook for him.
remnants of their less fortunate pillow for his chubby face He two children; Eugene Shep- spent the night In the Rowe Ford. I I Leaving the Rowel to their sortIng '
"cWlettpwarfes 11the strickenarea was not identified while we were I herd, Claude Sylvester a cripple Water rose to the foot ot the car we returned to Snake Creek; ,t
; notional guardsmen patrolling there. Farther down the Island I and two veterans from Camp One Mrs. Rowe proudly showed us and reeroesed the fragile suspension {
patrolling everywhere; doctors smashed bodies of several vet- a Mr. Kerns and an ex-soldier her diamond rings which she bridge As we were leavingthe I
and nurses whose crumpled erans were found. The bodies called "Happy". Neither Helen found In the bureau drawer wherein 1 grounds we again met Bob ;' '
white smocks gave mute evidence were placed on the trailer and our nor her family knew the ex-..' aha bad left them. Hanging Norwood. Bob had not yet foundhia s i
of the work done by the medical driver returned to Snake Creek vice man's name about on drooping telephone and : brother although he had carefully -
corps. They were all there, but while w* picked our way across When the Rowe home gave way. telegraph wires was the family Inspected each group of '
not another recognized reporter the railroad tracks and talked with Helen and her father were swept linen. Helen was looking for her bodies. Bob "feels" that bit booth-:
and not another outside woman. the Rowe family out the front door toward the railroad mother's crochet needle while her er is alive somewhere. And Bobs
Several times we were Invitedto A group of 17 persons, aU In the tracks They spent the night mother showed us a crocheted going to find out if he has V>
move Only thoM doing a use- J F. Rowe home at the time of crouching behind a boulder beside spread In which not a thread hadbeen swim Snake Creek again.
fut work were allowed to stay on the storm, was saved Helen the rail bed. Helen was not broken. Hanging near the
the ground Each time we retreated Rowe, dark-haired youngster of worried and frightened. "I only spread was a hand-quilted cover I PARK TREES DAMAGEDThe
when told, only to return 15. talked with us while she collected felt like we would come through The) designs were still unladed. lodge at Royal Palm State
later and receive a similar from the ruins her indi- If we were meant to and If we From beneath the debris Mr. Rowe Park was not Injured by the storm
menage from another khaki-clad vidual belonging The girl found weren't we wouldn't. Of course brought forth his lodge certificate this week but many of the trees
figure After being rebuffed by her rouge box, her simple Jewelry I wondered about mother and the A Urge portion of the family dishesare and plants were damaged 1:. X.
f really emphatic group, we returned her two parrots, Bill and Polly: rest," the ninth grade J'OUIlIlterl) unbroken. The living room Atkinson warden of the park, reported
to Dr. Heck's tint aid her cats, Patsy and Spot, her dog later admitted. furniture la crushed. But the Wednesday
truck Then we encountered

"Dad" Butters, who had returned . ... ,.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ,
with his son Captain Ed.Butters, ......
to recover any possible propertyleft __ I

'Sandwich Dad". at, munching,his proudly Matecuhibe a displayed Red Hotel Cross his A New Kind of "Rent" Makes You

two rescued dogs Fluff and I w
Chum. With "Dad" was a Jobless

the who Miami had relief youth.volunteered work.Tommy Tommy to Accordmo help with his, the Owner of a Modern Home f

hands completely bandaged was
hAfip. under his enforced idle-
: It B:" Some'-one had by mistake .. e ;

: offered him straight Lysol as a
disinfectant. The boy's hand will' t.
do little work for many days I' r
Tommy c got ui through the
.' guardsmen..n&'across the swinging t
: suspension bridge built Wednesday -
.- by the CCC boys, to Camp
: One. We rode, the few blocks
across the Island In a Ford, which
once belonged to the owner ot a
beer stand that a few dart ago
was doing business near Camp
One He and his family: are among "
the mining The car. Its windows. ''I
crushed, Itt body bent, run beau-
S tlfully The radio is In splendid 1
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': Notlco ., AwHnMlM r.. Tax DM
Notice. 5' hereby Own that C* nff O } n
Mourn udder M _lirooo of ClU ol HIMl .
Tax COTtUtaM< Nmiibmd. 1M eased
the III far of J.... A. D. 1MU ku filed
uU Ortirtcmw in .ir efflo. sad ho
lode thoram a'T"H....to. two said
CoitKlmte..._ fho followlw oMmwiwwortft ..
_ situated I* Dads County florid.
*<, *".w1|!d 11 Block SU HUilwk lit *4dn..
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Ptah of ... oo".1 l
TItt MMOOMO .r aid ,.
the now Oniflmlo Issued w.. !. Ko HUM
a *t Unknown. Uolw Mid Certificate ih.ll I
J'"* ......... Mordlnc W .law tax dead
.,, will bow ulnas o. UH tilt o( Ortator -
A. D. IMS.
D>l<4 Mid tilt fey of BTrpUmeor. A. D. .
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.. .. Court Did CaslY.rrhrld.By .. 'J
N. C. BumU, D CCTs. .
Clmll Court MAYBE
'Iopt. ... rt; Ort. 41 yea're been hoping to build a new home or .
...- buy a home-and thought yon couldn't afford It ",et .
JOItV O. 8AUJCT POST NO. 4t Maybe you own year own home-bet It needs repairing,

'r AMERICAN LEGION remodeling, modernizing .

Meets Greg and third Wednesday Income figured to Includeeverything
repayments base on your are
DUl, This year-became of the national Housing Act-rou can
a p, at. Amerfcaa Leila Interest, principal, taxes Insurance premiums.
(old post .(see) South Know Are, pal year plan Into ACTION. Insured Leans now make
And the Installments spread out
i monthly are over a
Honuttead, Pta It possible for anyone with good credit standing and a f
ntfular income to build or boy a home, refinance a home.conveniently long time so that yea can repay the loan ;
er remodel a home! The Insured Mortgage Plan leadsto as easily as you now pay rent i

.! debt-free ownership on a payment basis that b similar| If you already own a home, you can protect your Investment
: DR.l\I. A. BERGER to paying. rent. Here how the plan works: by making necessary property repair and ,
Improvements- ew plumbing healing, lighting, new :
: Yea Invest as a "'011I'II payment", at least SI per sent .( and modern equipment all the things that make a
Dentist the cost of house and lot. (U yea own a lot worth that house a home. If you have a regular Income and good
i much, you need not Invest any cash.) Then arrange for an credit standing. but haven't sufficient cask on band to
"I 36 N. Krome Avenue Insured Mortgage. through any financial InsU. make all the home Improvements yon would
stulloa co-operating with the Federal noising 0 like you can borrow up to If H* under the '
Upstairs ; Administration. This will take care of the Modernisation Credit Plan. New yea can make

U Office Hours 8:30-4:30 balance-for yea can now borrow ap to 14 your home more livable-and take up to five =
'; per seat of the appraised value at a home- a years to pay for repairs and mew equipment. ;
' OPEN KVIJrtNGS ,,. one Insured mortgage. ...". by the month out of Income, while yea

BT APPOINTMENT This new Und of tome, differs from the oldfashioned 's enjoy the improvements. '

mortgage thai' eats sip Interest has Ask any approved financial Institution how you

i to be refinanced every tow years, and rarely o eau build or bay a new borne-refinance ot modernlse .
i Is paid In fall! Coder this new plan, monthly your present hornet i

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THE Published: LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday at Homestead. They Answered the Call I THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNEnBY Nag/ r


Us. UM. L b BOW, HBRAIUAS '
by the Booth Dad -
Publishing Co. 001N
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Io..ar SolnaThu Concert." which Is Rally ten books
BEN ARCHER ___ __ __ ,
Ed.ltef /lead.weds ::: e.+ r't:;: '' w. in one. Tea poets, each having I
Tawd.y. 1 --
Entered M second class mat 1-11 ; ,.....' I eighteen pages, ten people who
know how to say things in a beau
matter Mirth IS If It at the pest
shoe at Homestead. Plorlda, odder A few yean ago a little book tlful way six: women, four men,
"God and My Father" by Clarence singing In concert, give you ;v:
the act .( March t. 1IT>.
Day, was enthusiastically received something for every mood and

sun YAWL 'I." A TEAK by the few who know food sometimes, something to remenv
book and good literatim when ber Take this from Jack: Green

all they meet It. Clarence Day. gave berg who. by the way., is a lawyer .
1H W TO CURB to... EROSION
living in lot Angeles
his boyhood of his fth-
Tii. MlaalMlpnl River annually Jaw -r::
er'f attitude religion la "Lite 1s i precious plant and wt |q
dump cable Mil, ef rich soil Into trust
rS general and the Episcopal Churchin
the fluff ( Mule. Involving a national
e Of Its success often show
particular. It is witty.: Reader neglect,
km of more than |I......,. Or prune too close with
laughed themselves to team andal1' sharpened
lii Floods over her levee
sweep
Intellect
it It one of the funniest
town almmit every year Tableland book ever written. Now it it having And jumble tender blossoms with
topped by her tributaries tat the dust
a renewed popularity because
fer drouth and oon.efluent wind The bloom of life
Clarence Day has written another depends upon
ilnrmx Fonwt dry Animal
up. book "Life With father," and our skill

life iiinappeara critic fay. this |11 the belt book Of gardening, to stimulate! or kill.
But what .IS to la done about HTTl
America ha had since Mark
>. c lotion of the problem accord Read that-then think it over
Twain gave us "Huckleberry
I"" i i., Umer T. Peterson, editor of
Finn". This book baa a bit of Wind and Water Almost
BUI. Homen and Gardens wrltlneIn
mother in it, too. It ii the tort of
t till RuiorUn Magazine, depends
Wipe Out Islamorada
book god can't help reading aloud, : ,
tart.' I" halt man.
and once started on reading it
M"n will his engineering abll- Ethel Russell Sweeting.
It' no Mr. Prtoreon oouM clear! aloud, your listener will give you Rev and Mrs. Cariaon.Henry .
no rest until the book Ii finished.
III' 'h' waters of such muddy rivenii Finder Thelma Pindes
.n., UlMlMlppl. He could do eo rather hag his own idea of busi- and their son, O'Neia
nen. For instance when he went
It fc.. .mid to to the very source of Copeland Johnson, Key. Wettet
In to buy an toe box and' the
the .aer and hold the water In mil who was visiting Henry Finder
tradesman refuted to fill it with
lions if small gulches, drawa. ra and Martha Johnson his wife.
h. Ice, Father told hint in his own Mr and Mrs.
vine It would terrace farm land Bernard Roberts.

rector. old marshes reforest slopes, The nation will rejoice that President Roosevelt has emphatic way what he thought ofa George Hall, Elizabeth Hall, and
tradesman who would sell Icebox
and 'tuft digging open drainage ordered burial in Arlington with full military honors for the without ice. Father an their sons, Leonard and Lawrence

ditch n and straightening rtvere.Ktmll veterans trapped in their huts on the keys In Monday's hurri you may imagine any usually had,his as and John.
nettling basins could be Frank Harvey Lowe Infant son
mr.ii.Hl "II..".. these million of email cane. own way with tradesmen and of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Lowe (who
Eighteen years ago they answered what they were told most other people. Mother had
dumtheev to be drained by tile were Injured and taken to a Miami
Thl would raise the water tableIn was the call of Libert). neAt reward came in the form of her way too and so did Rob Roy., hospital),

Hi. vicinity because of the slow shrapnel wounds, lungs burnt with mustard gas, minds and the none U you think you need Edward Carey.

nrfpnfr and the reiteratloa of prim nervous systems shuttered with the.horrors they. experiencedand cheering up a bit. just read these I I Rose J. Carey, It and Beverly.

oral wring A part of the water medals; that would not re-establish, them In their former two books. They are, worth every. : Carey 2, daughters of Charles

would tow through t>e tile and ore positions cent of the rental you will pay. and Mayde Carey. (Parents first

at atoll clear. streams filtered by Then are those who have been skeptical the'rehabilitation And when you are convulsed reported dead also, but later said

the t....* of the baalnl Thus we nature of th* Veterans' Work Program. Members of with laughter, stop a moment to I to have been saved)

w.411.1 have Innumerable creeks of the staff of this paper have had an opportunity. to observe the remember the author who can Abraham Fisher.
r..t. i ii I luir water running eooatall the serve this gaiety to you, and laugh Wnv, I
work of key campa', and they know that the work of rehabilitation ;: ;
ly In the larger streams and river with you if you meet him, spends Harry r. 1
was going on quietly but surely with of these
many
The. fine movable silt would be keptat his time tn bed_n' Invalid. Butt Sophie Foyle. 4Cha.
n. near Urn origin. ...sV"Tii men.\ Outstanding vxamplet) X.eould: be pointed. out but will does not seem to wort'JlIm. He .. Foyle.rianUtlea.
government" be continue. "not be for obvious real na. says it gives him time to thlnkl) key

""Tao marled its tree belt, Intended The veterans of the key'camps died In a war-- fightto Ever take time to read poetry Mr. and Mrs. Tyre, and the!*

to cluck wind sweeping ever midWwlira overcome physical and psychological weaknesses) and regain Try: this new volume "A Poetry. Children. Mlxell and Myrtle.

prairie, and to mitigate some part of their rightful place tn society. They broke the

drouth But the tree belt cannot thread of their econottilc: and spiritual life'tD answer the call

uriwd without waleroonaenratlon. to make the world safe for democracy.; The last honors of

The water table on the high prairie a soldier are rightfully theirs.fIllllhIIIIIhIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUI1II11Il.
must be rained Couatlm email .

p>.n.N and lake must be created on
his. land south of the Mr.Clark's .
I pavilion. :
th.' ii'land, WIN will haw to retardth.
.. n I.'w of the river water. attractive house is nearIng .
'''n.., tuk. however 1* more than completion, work on the J. S.
20 Years. Ago Simmons residence is
and
starting,
the i."If ml government' alone ran doBin. .
.t moat neoeuarlly Involve the the roof Is being put oa the bush

time and. money and thought of mllllonu IIIIIiI1IIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIh1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ness house being built by Mr.
Grime.. Several more new residences
i>r persons In private project on
fant waste land. out-over timber- Toe f.rlewlag l MMM are tak.. are to be started very soon,
bass trtm awe .... It uses
of B Mi and work will begin the
Inmlr. >* well a* the co-operation of StetomlM ...."....., II... ... III!, soon en
thuMfc.niU of municipalities, It' I* I M tkt __ ftorMa statM* new church building." (Florida LESS CURRENT,
City)
high lime that the basic essentials 1915---: :
or the situation be Mudlfd and understood eat t -"W. H. Cauley spent Tuesday to makeMORE
-"Mrs. C P. Hainlin entertained Miami lumber
purchasing tor Ills
by leader of eommunlty opinion j
Without widespread Indlvldv- I the L. T. L. st her home on Saturday new residence which he will soon COLD

al action the lara program cannot afternoon ." begin." (Ooulds)
uoeeed." -"Mr Orlo Halnlln of Miami, -Tine Ooulds orchestra Is progressing Before JOG select

j brought-down an auto lout of hU rapidly under the leadership the refrigerstor foe

r.a.wa.w..wwawu.r..r..a..._...mFRO31 friends on the 28th pit to take 6 of Mrs. W. O. Talbott. The borne
o'clock dinner with him at the members art M. R. Parker, first you learn t i

OUR MAIL BOXA home of his. parents, Mr. and Mrs. violin; J. E. Wilson second violin: boat the Rollstotcoldmaking ;

--, W. B. HatnluV U Jenkins third violin; VT. O.: OMChaa

( HVUJC.NGK! TO 101'NOncoruc -"Mrs. Tom Brooker arrived Talbott comet; E. Z. Thompson;I ism-surplus pow.

: horn on Tuesday from Wain I6 trombone; Herman Thompson the "

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During the pat tort,-,." yean along fine. Vlhlen, flute; Mrs. W. O. Talbott. Only Norse had .

ten "i thousands of young own andwnfseet _"The 'Hard Times party under piano fAd Mrs. W. a Cauley. bass the RolUuor. ,S*g tin'
ot naUonalltlee and denomination the auspice of the Baptist Improvement vloU" -
many
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betouf
Norge *flays
have sought free trainIng -: Society held oa Friday -"A party from here enjoyed a .

fa* Christian aervle at hem* *r evening last at the home of Mr. picnic and fish fry at CUtler Saturday I

1 abroad offer toy the Moody Bible and Mrs. Arch Campbell, was an ., Ute men catching the fish Name Contest Extended i.J i

Jartllut ot Chicago. More than enjoyable _Ion. Mrs. John and the ladies frying them. Those .J

two thousand student enrolled la Moffett secured the woman's pr.... enjoying the day were: Mr. and W* are going te continue our same contest fr It day, te *>.*.
Ito day and evening eoheob hut year I Tom Parker was the winner among Mrs. M. B. Parker and son Marcus I*, la order that the many persons now returning from their sash

While for certain special *.ur *a the men, hiving no contestant" ; Mrs. W/ H. Cauley and daughter .gas our help ns same oar new Nwg store

a high. wheat background Is required -"Mr. and Mrs. Leach have rented Aleene; Mrs,J. D. Monroe and $75.00 IN PRIZES
....,. : the Schrader house Broadway sister Mia Dora McLeod
and college training "'.. yetgrammar oa ; Mrs. .
school training will admitto ., and moved In. They expert Walter Hill .t Silver Palm Mr. 11 Priio-* Mea.Snd .

its, general oouree. Knglleh. la to begin building a residence of rl and Mrs. V. O. Talbott and son, Priao--11*.M Universal Electric Waffle Iron and Sandwich

taught te any deficient In Its uee. <' their... soon." (Florida City) Donald. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Undgren -, Toaster .
-"Our little) city Is quite alive Mill Alma,Messrs Albin and Srd Prl e- ..I* Combination Double Rinse Tub and Table
The Vlbfe rank fleet M alt laatt.tute .1 I si* Prie-*S.M Universal AntoajwU Electric boa
lotireea,'toll instruction la fur nowadays, and many good Improvements Carl Undgren, Mrs Azlln and the (th Prise-U.M Universal Electric Toaster 'J'' ,'
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nkiued If ouch subjects a* IIUDd"1 are to M seen on very three little Graham children, Sib Prise--m* irnlvenal Electric Toaster ., ;
waooj *4m.tntraUon, dally vacation hand. Mr. Becker is starting his Wallace, Helen and Mildred and 1th Prtmo- 115* Universal Heading Pad

HIM! e"lpoi, gospel miwkJ public I fin new two-story residence onl Ben Jenkins." (Goulds) Ith Prise- 411.50 Universal Heating Pad :_

apeaklag home economic hygiene, tth Priao: .:S Universal Toaster
> :
lain Prls* |1 S Universal Tenser J
I churoh Metury, apologetlca, Hebrew
Tiddlers. Qreek, sad medical wibjects Anyone ever the age ef ll rraldlag In Uw territory from Perria
i' tot foreign snlwton work. Surveys MapsI south stay enter this Should a prise winner decide te pnr I
chase a Merge refrigerator n* shay tars in the prise won for double '
I 1"aft three term a rear. tall, Its vain on the purchase price ef Ute now Nvrgo. Entry blank
winter and trammer but students At/Jl LIVINGSTON stay be obtained from

mar enter at say time A a Ulue-,

t tested catalogue will be mailed on REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER MRS.. GEORGE CHINNERS

rt; 'UMV' Address 111 Initltate k Mlegistertd Land Surveyor

t. Arcs Chk Aveaa* iutloe, Chlc 'J ,. ., Homestead Norsre Representative "
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Mo. Mrs. M. D. Hartman, who they spent the ll Mrme,.' Their urday from""' *SaltimN. C.. 4
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had accompanied her U far ** daughter Miss Lois, M taking where they 'I I
and Nashville and Mr Hartman' beauty course in Asheville, N. c:. mer MM s:0': ::a I !
In Around daughter, Henriette, who had been short time.
at Alpine Lodge Camp in Mentone, 1
Mrs. Sane O. NesMtt returnedStmday
: dOsettauad Para
Ala., returned with her. e. sieves! ,
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from Gainesville, and her
: Homestead ten-jwar-old situ. James, returnedat rA r
Mn. J. L. Scarborough who ha the urn* (An* from t'1J1with
I been visiting friend In Defray relative In Johnson City,Tenn. ATTENTION
Beach for the put ten day returned

..... j Wednesday. Mrs. Penny Mrs. Jus. Kellum and baby,ft*.,, TOMATO FARMERS
Mr.and Mr*.Charles Turner and' aununcr John Walton who lo attended of Delray Beech accompanied her Jr., and Mia France Kellum, her
mitT returned Saturday fromalttmore. I the camp started at the McCauley for a visit sister, all off Tsvemler were i
Md. where they hid Preparatory School in brought to Homestead by friends yw
e I'I Visiting Mr. Turner1 father I Chattanooga, Tenn.. :yetterday. Mr. and Mr*. W. A. Hendrjr of after the hurricane and are now
t. week. Price to that Urn Wilbur TurnlpiMd of Orlando returned Lake Worth spent Thursday with guest of Mrs H. E. Scott, Jr, a
Turner and the children hadvacationing with Billy for a short vUlt Mr. and Mr*. U P. Kendrick.I I sister of Mrs. KeDum and Miss 1 1VB HAVE A
at Va.,
n Onley i
Kellum. The home off Mr. and
Sfor two month Mr. Turner wen :Dr. M. A. Berger fractured two Arthur Henderson of Portsmouth Mr Kellura wa damaged by the
M them two week ago. bones In his right loot while playIng Va., and Btorke Hewitt of storm and their young Urn grove Fresh Stockof
diamond ball last week. Norfolk V*., arrived Tuesday for was ruined.
; tor. and Mrs. Prank Morris and a ten-day visit Mr. Hendersonis I Seed
Aim,Morrli' daughter, Mill Betty Mn. May Hall of Orlando returned connected with the Norfolk II Mr. and Mr*. John P. Neatsey
n, returned Monday from a this week to spend the, Ledger-Dispatch and Mr. Hewitt and two children returned this
month trip to New York City, winter with Mr. and Mn. L. P with the Virginia-Pilot In Nor- week from Atlantic Qty N. UUCKV MARGWaBGLICK'S
hilidelphla, and Atlantic City. Kendrick. folk. Mr. Hewitt spent about a where they had spent the J"I
year here two year ago with Mr. part of the summer visiting reta-' SCARLET TOPPER
I,Mr. and 11<<1'1. J. H. Webster reSunday Geo P. Metcalf of New York I and Mr*. W. B. LewU. live*. ntBBT-MOKSE M1RCLODB
turned from Atlanta, City who spent the past winterIn
when they visited Mn. Webster1 Homestead wa a week-end Chester Hawley who ha been B. O. Walter, Richard Huff, LIVINGSTON GLOSS
[parent, Mr. and M,*. E. A. Hart- guest of Mr. and Mr. Holllater attending summer school *l Duke Bonnie Caple and George Gens
LIVINGSTON MVRGLOBR
|lOCk for a week. Mr Hartsock Sage In their North Woodbury, University in Durham, N. C. returned returned Monday from a tour-day 1
111 at the time of their visit Conn, home, according to a letter Sunday. He will teach at trip to Atlanta O& With, them r
ut i wa able to co with Mr. and received by local friend Robert E. Ue Junior High School same :Mrs. Walser who had been i
... Webster to Clydeland, Oa. to hi Miami. ,visiting her dater at Commerce,
[spend a week In the mountain On, for two months Hector Supply J
Mr. and Mrs. B. Barfield who Billy Clark returned Monday
tbr. Earle D. Matthew left Mon- have been visiting In Georgia and from Wlnston-Salem, N. C, where Mr. and Mr*. Newton Merrillare
ftay .for Washington D. C., en Tennessee cine April returned I he had been spending the summer pending I few day at their
route to Hagerstown, Md. where Tuesday ( with relative horn on Avocado drive checking: CompanyHomestead
I he ,fins a government position on up on damage done by the storm.
[atoll erosion project. Mr*. Given Victor returned Saturday I Mr. and Mrs:VT.:r Beam and Fla.
after pending a month their son, Whitney, returned this Geo. Smith and his two sons, ,
fMr. ndL Mn. _L._B..Somroer with their relative in Huntsvllle week from Shelby, N. C* where Wade and Hubert returned Sat-
who nave been ai \AmpIoua-
mont for boy near Mentone, Ala,
(this summer returned to Homestead -
Monday ILKAny

lire.<< E. J. Dyal and her two SUGAR F ?F
daughters, Iva and Nina, and Mr e p o
Sprsl's sister, Mr. Vivian Roger Premium
lot Miami returned to Miami Mon- 5 Ibse
|dIy after pending the summer at Brand
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lUentone, Ala., where the girl
[were In Alpine Lodge Camp. They 'dab d 5 tall cans
pica! to return to Homestead Mon- 28c
|d>y. Charles Edward of Men-
i accompanied them to Miami SPECIAL FOR CASH ONLY 29cOversea.

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Mr*.A. 0. Deputy who was call
fed to the bedside of her sister in Maxwell pk r. Oversea Okra & 2 cans Myles New
'farfolk, V.. two month ago, reuttted Lemon House Windsor
er Suds TOMATOES
Sunday. She spent six Vanilla Pare Super 9c :19c SALT
asks with her Sister and visited Coffee TEAS
er father IR Columbus, Ml**., for Extractbottle Palmolive 3 bars Calo 3 cans 3 pkgs.
3 cans
> weeks
SOAP I4c Dog FoodGarbanzo 23c IOCOversea
Theodora franklin and Billy Zc 23cOversea
fallen returned Sunday from
CAmp Chnidmont near Mentone, 9c --- 2 cans 2 cans
where they had spent th Salad b
Post Toasties Oraltine BABO ZSe PEAS I7c DRESSING PeeledAPRICOTS

3 pkgrs. 6-oz. can pk T. Osceola Pure Santos lb. pints

I 110T ROLLS ascSkinner's 33cCalumet CHIPSO 9c Coffee 15c 17c 26cOversea can

SUNDAY P'I.t .
12-1,6-7 .._..__ .


White, whole wheat, rye Raisin Bran Powder Baking Snowdrift, 3 Ib. can SXc Oversea Sliced Royal Ann

pk PINEAPPLE CHERRIES1212c
bread, coffee rings, cinnamon -

buns on sale at Ib. can P & G 4 giant bars Oversea Mayonnaise or No. 2>/ can22c can 1

all grocers.Waldron's. f Alinute24e SOAP :ltJe Relish '*plnl* :l2c 22c


Mackerel Camay 4 bars lb. pies Del Monte lb. i ipkg.
Tapioca

: S-oz.can SOAP If Harshmalowsl9c! : : Coffee 26c


Ctr King Highway OU Dixie 14c 5c Oversea Turnip 2 cans Baker's 1/ lb. Oval large cans


Silver Floss 2.2 Vi cans Greens 19c Chocolate lgc Sardines l

,NEWT G. BALL Sauer Krant Ifc Uneeda Bakers All 5c Items 3 for All Flavors 3 pkgs.


ruts 1 IJfR1B.AJ'CI.ttryEIIJMtED sable JJ3CK8M AND Jello Ice Cream pkgs. Crackers 13c Jello :19c


K. a.l'laxwell.- Am Powder :17c Yellow 3 Ibs. New 10 Ibs. Wash Boards


SmithINSURANCE 15'/', oz.can Onions 9c Potatoes :15c Silver Z'c '

', Lisa Beans 5c lb. lb.3c.

FlRR AUTO, STORM AND LIFE Brass 35CFLOUR
rhMW MI-M Cauliflower :15c Cabbage i

[0V M baser N.Scorns and Ills It FLOUR ----- _
2 for 3 IDS.I2c. '

Happy Home Self-Rising Lettuce 17c Bdhanas. : Snowkist Plain
Edward StilingReal .
6 Ibs. - 25c 6 Ibs.
Estate r J - 24c

General Insurance 12 l Ibs.-----46c Wesson 121bs. - 45c
Oil
rLOKIBA CITT, 4.c
Ct*.PAM AH, said PIA.i 241bs. - 86

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:MRS. LUTHER L. CHANDLER IS GIVEN

'I SURPRISE LINEN SHOWER IN GOULDS I

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Mr*. Tom Torbert and Mr Torn tar Lee H. Lehman Mrs E. A.,
Chapman gave a surprise linen Frotther Mr*. Elbert Froscher,
ihower last Friday for Mra.' LutherL. Mrs. W. A. Murphy, Mr*. S. J.
Davis, Mr*. W. E. Bheney, Mrs.
Chandler the former Miss
MRS. J. B. SPARKMAN IS Lawrence Smith, Mr*. W. C. Roberts -
/ Frances Froscher, who recently Mr Alex
Hemmlngs, Mrs.
AT MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER returned from a honeymoon trip W. H. Owens Mrs Hugo Vihlen
to China end Japan. The Torbert
-- Mr Goodlow
Warden and Mr.
home where the shower held,
was
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Mm W. H. Russell and Mr D. ton Sage, Mn Dewey Hllaabeck, of Miami
X: Baahor gave a miscellaneoua I Alma Hill Mrs. was attractively decorated with Mr Preston B. Bird, Mr John
bridal shower for Mr*. J. B. Mr*. Tom garden flower Schrader, Mr*. D. E. Bashor. Mr,
p.irkman at the home of Mrs. Talbott, Mr*. M. Each guest wrote her favorite Brown Phillip, Mr*. Leon Hill,
B.i'hor In Gould, yesterday af- Joel J RoblnaoiC; recipe on a card for MM. Chandler Mr*. Howard Kirk, Mrs. Harvey
ternoon. Mrs Sparkman is the Mn. W. R. Bird, '* cooking file. After the gift Oouman, Mr*. A.W.. Hutchinson
former Miss Mildred Patterson Ha Mr Gordon had been brought In on a tea wagon Mr*. Frapk Walker, Mrs. C. E.
proprietor of Pat' Beauty Parlor. Lehman, Mr*. A. and opened by' the bride a I Elchenberger, Miss Anna Lochrte,
Yellow garden flower were effectively Geo. Fogle, Mn. salad course with punch WMerved. Miss Helen Lehman, Misses Bessie
used in the decoration Mn. Elmer and Elmeda Robert and Miss
and the yellow tint were repeated Brooker, Jr., : Present were: Mr, W. O. Tal Pauline Leggett
In the refreshment served 14.... Mason bott, Mr*. C. N. Henderson, Mr*. 1 Gifts were received from: Mr.
-<'ike, sherbet and limeade. Bernecker. Mn. G. W. Drlggert, Mr*. T. J. Faust, I M. J. Bond, Mr*. W. R. Bird. Mr.
Each guest wrote her favorite M... Jason : Mr Bevo Webb,Mr*.J. R. Brook, 'Wm. Crow and Mr*. Alton Davis.
recipe for the bride then a table Geronimo, Mr i
heaped wJth gift was placed before Mr. Geo. W. FAMILY ,
REUNION HELD and Mrs. W. D. Hearne of Tampaand
her. R. Y. Burr, Mn
AT BEN ARCHER
HOME their little sons, William and
The guest list included: Mrs.Max ton, Mrs. Alice :
A family reunion held at George; and a brother and lister
was
Register, Mr*. C. L Hutton, Hemming, Mn.
the home of Mr. In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ceo.
and
Mr E.
Ben
Nell Bush A. L. Davis
Mn. Hiram Hitch Mr Mr* ,
the Archer of Augusta, Ga., who
Archer weekend.The
Mrs I. J. Leggett, Mrs W. Miller, Mr. Lot Crow, over are
4 Mn. H. G. Thurman, Mrs. McCrrgor Mr' Eleanor : visitor included: Mr. Arch"er'i spending the week here.
Mrs W. C. Robert, Mrs. Rogers, Mn. H. parent, Mr. and Mr*. Gee F.
J. W Campbell, Mr. Joseph Eldet Julia Wyatt Mn. 1 1I Archer of Key West; his sister, Barber "Shingle?"
i Mn. Fletcher, Mrs. W. H.I John Fulwood. Mrs Nell Knowles of Key West Coed: "None of your busmen
Woods, Mr*. E. A. Buchanan Mrs. Ins, Misses \ and her infant daughter Nancy; whether I am or not"- Old Hick-
A. O. Cain, Mrs. Geo Chlnnen, beth Bush, Mia his brother-in-law and sister Mr. ory Log.SOEASYtobeSHFE.
Mn- M. A. Epperson, Mr*. Herbert I Miss Anne
i Turner, Mn. R. L. Hobson, M....i Ine Leggett, Miss
Bowen, Mr*. Walter Moody Mrs. Miss Sara Miller]
1 Walter Moody, Jr., M.... H. H. Smith, Miss
Ci, ham, Mrs Brown, Mrs Flora Mimes Helen
v i I'',ten Mr Lot Bolton,Mrs. Tom ston, Miss I
Chapman, Mr*. Brown Phillip, Alta Pearl :
MI, L M. Greer, Mrs. Jack Polk, McGregor Miss ,
Mi, Floy Watson, Mn. Joe Lake i Miss Mildred : l
Mi. Ben Archer, Mn. Joe Murray, Miss
y Mrs Henry Carter, Mr. Miss Allis Ritch !
1,i,edell, Mn Dell Drawdy DaVIa'1 I. er, Miss Dorothy
Blake.( Mrs L. L. Chandler nlta Talbott, Miss
V II Mobley Mr Chas. I erts, Mill Helen I
Mi-' Lucille Jordan, Mn. Howard Thelma Turner '
KIM,, Mis. Scott Sage, Mn Ful-I I Barnard.

RCDLAND P..T..A. ELECTS hire Mra !i
NEW CAFETERIA MANAGER 1 alter of the school I

M.... C. M. Davidson, vice-pres will be operated J''I:
ident Mr O J. Stockei, cafeteria by the P.-T. A.
fctuirman, and Mrs. Wallace\ Bar- SILVER PALM
bour, recording secretary of the SUPPER IS ;
Dude County P.-T. A. Council, Installed A upper was
the following Redland P.- Palm Community |i
T A. officers Wednesday: Preil- day night, and I| your medicine chest well clock
dent Mrs. C. E. Elchenberger: ; Christian : !I KEEP
--president i Mrs. D. E. DasherSee plan for a rally I Ii with Firstaid Products. For
,lltary, Mrs Ruth Russell; and
folk well the
a* a*
tJ't'Ul'ft' Mr Chas. Cox.F school work for here is a line of bandages, cotton, and
recutive committee member months
ft.t i the new term are: Mrs. M. J. Present were: other needs that is produced with the
Bonds, student adviser; Mn. Cur- K G. Cowan, the
tU [lJe highest standards of and
e hospitality chairman; Mrs. Harley Core, Mr. physicians:
D E. Baahor, cafeteria manager; Gutterldge and
Mi< Chas. in mind. Ask to these dependable
Turner, publicity Mr. J. D. surgeons see
Chairman: Mrs. A. D. Fogle, room R W. Prothero, :
mother chairman; Mrs. Henry Prothero and bandages, cotton, thermometersand
Carter, program, chairman; Mr Covraiv
JIB. McClroy: character *duration other medicine chest needs today.
chairman; Mr W. P. Cash, Mrs. Harold H.
membership!' chairman: ; and Mr*. Margaret
E A Ames finance chairman.The house guests at*
executive board voted if and Mn. S. F. ,

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FLORIDA CITY H. Oraham but mete live "OVL 11 '

iN AND AROUND )I.... W W. Savory. Cwrwpmdcnt lliab I. Mr Mitchell Isa men* CMSSIFIED Alb

aehooL \ I.
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,. Charlotte OeroaJeao, daughter LEGAL NOTICES i RAT First insertion M. a Ml*-, subs*. tMertteMK II

-..-....,..".....".-..--" -. of Mr. and Mt.. WIn. J. Ooronlmo, I I a JIM :
.. left by boat for New York with III...... tl Application 'oo Tu Do 7 : -=-- .
Continued from Pan Ft**) Nasal to koiokr F..M 1
Mr. D. (
Mary
Frye Saturday and Alto L. test koMm :mzon of ataJ WANTEU' ;'
,WM Marian Cook: will leave to- arrived theN Tuesday: She will ale Conner Tu 0...__ N.nkorVlttIM .!gFOR RENT I ,

ay for West Palm Beach where spend three week voting relatives and Tills. *u4 UK Wa.. *. of ASnot .

he will visit her another and alaI In New York, Bayiide, Long In mi A.SKIM D IMS 14 tin. sa* Ortrrtr.application. *! Otalrl apt with I WANT TO BUY for oath mod

<< two week Island, Hoboken, N. J, and Stamford far ...dad. to km 'thmo la oooordnn bath, privilege! of garage Mr*. used Fordson tractor Phone
with ta laid CMkloatoi
OMkrM time
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Conn. following des elhd tnporr,. MOM** to & H. Fitch. King Highway, W 2-1729 W. R. Watts, 1211 N E.:

Wilbur tree! will leave this I Do.d Lot Owtty.. Mock Florida.S. Now WWII sliest. Chas a mile east of Kromc Ave. First street, Miami.

mini for Moscow, Idaho, when The .Ladles' Aid of the Community a..wa PIM Book IT. p... 4. ta lK.
II of Dwfc BUM of FlorM. H seC.rel&at. SCARIFIED PINK LAND tor WANTED TO BUY-Roberts scar-
i will enter the forestry depart- Church held = .
its
September l> No. Ytll TIM u.imoum tot rent. Fred Link, Homestead If ler. State condition and price.
of: of the University of Idaho meeting at the home of Mrs. Tom of uM property under Ik* MMCtrtWrat
I' .bout m I. DM MM tI A (P 20)I E: A. Baxley: Homestead, Route
Cohernour on Eleventh street, I & WtlbnwlkiMd 1RAGS. (p08UI
Mn C W Partee left for GreenKwood Wednesday: afternoon. LoaIIocJa.. .. Now aline -. A FOR RENT-Stow at 89 Krome
Rraha. Plat tank n. Pan 4, 1o toOa.aty II
S. Co. last Friday night to d NZ F aewn,,;: :: Ave. Large room In back. Running WANTED-The Lwxfc-r-

be with her mother, Mr*. Ruth Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McCullough s limml
Baum, who 1* seriously 111 there and ton Billy John, and Mrs. Ctnttfcxu bad WM lit UM MUM of A. lins. or subscriptions: for

John Rohrer and daughter Cath- B. WolkrookVital aid CortUtnlo. ...n..\tinmttMwrtln FOR RENT Furnished wiping raiL To a pound allowed -

...*. Edward Buckout! Is confined to erine, were Sunday guests of Mrs. *t*.too. t..dad will Mar Muvma apart- for clean! rags,white or color-
UM IM day of OewMr. A. D. 1.HD.W4 mentt. Dr. J. B. Tower Homestead -
this home by a compound fracture O. Rohrer of Miami. this Mth .or irf Aiwwt A. IX INIK. Fla ed. Knit underwear preferred.
t the right arm caused by a fall B. LIATHKRHAN Clerk of Oto.

__st Friday from the porch of the Mr. and Mrs. Everett W. Severy cult Court of ,M.Uod C County. Florid D C. FOR RENT-Five to 20 acres pine FIVE ACRES rock land for rent.

fnevr house which Mr. and Mrs. of Miami were Sunday visitor Circuit ('.Irt SoilAtw land for tomatoes and vege- O. H. Bitch. (Paso) ,
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I So. opt f. II M. 171 ;JI
IE, Oakley are building on West in Florida City: --- -- -- --. I tables. T. J. Let "'worh, 2530

owry street South Miami Ave., Miami. I REAL ESTATE

Mrs. H. N. Brown and 101I.1 WHEN IT'S AN (s23-t6))
I REAL ESTATE -Those who wAnt
#Mrs. W. R. Cheshire and faml- Charlie returned Tuesday
I LAND FOR RENT-tomato to buy veil Redland District
who have been spending thepast a visit with Mr. Brown's IOII-In- or potato or
I glade Ham been farmed real estate will find up-to-daU
month with,relative In Eat law and daughter Mr. and MnZ.
jpalatka! ; returned home Sunday. A. Durrance of West palm" j i in 3 year Preston Lee, Goulda.I I listings In our office Man of
Beach. I (ps13) these listings are still at subnormal -

I prices. We shall appreciate -
Miss Gladys Sharpe returned either or
FOR SALE i your Inquiries
Patty Ryle of Miami returned to
J from a month visit with herrothersInJaw I, your listings, all of which will
her home in Miami this week after i
and sisters Mr. best attention. Now I I.
have
short visit with Mr CERTIFIED MARGLOBE TO- our .
a B. H.
end Mrs. J. D. Sharpe In Hender- Edwards. MATO PLANTS. Make reserva- the time to buy B. W. Morris Ii
Texas and: Mr.and Mrs. John i now associated with H A. Cameron

|$. Mayfield Slider, La. .. -- : planting tions now.next Plant week. ready Finest for of N. W. lit St.. In Citizens

---- NARANJA Jif teed beds Jay Simons, Silver Blink BId,. Phone 72. ,

Mrs James Fitzpatrick of Miami J
Palm and Richard roads
+awrwrs.- e nn r..wm.wrstrMrs vou ACREAGE AND GROVES
nd her mother Mri Ella Polk, (a30-.13)
and Mrs. Wilbur Albury CHARLES L BROOKS specializes:
[also of Miami, pent Wednesdaywith '
went to their home in Ochopee on in Redlands properties
Mrs. Polk .
son-in-law and -r.: ,. : FOR SALE Rebuilt Fordson
the Tamlaml Trail Sunday night. o 0 Purchasers are In MIAMI so
lighter, Mr. and Mr. A. J.npbell : Tractor with complete NEW
During the hurricane they and_ list with a broker you know to
: ...e' sae _.r.a.-a..._ I $275. Redland
engine assembly
their colored laborers sought ref be a REDLANDS BOOSTER

;. uge In the packing house a* the I' Central Service Station) Motors, Inc., Phone 21. Send your listing, with legal
Mrs R. P. Wilson of Hollywood (30-120)
I water was waist deep in their description of land price "terms

pent Sunday with' her brother- home A D Fogle and his sonArthur G. W. DRIGGERS Prop. :' etc Send postal and I will call;
E-A non-resident
FOR SAL
law and sister Mr and Mr*.
to .1. R.
went to Ochopee for them or give full Information
[A. J. Campbell PHONE a2a,, HOMESTEAD FLA.Homestead wishes to sellroom cottage on
Tuesday and they remained in I lot 185X41 feet. Must be cash (Dick) Brooks, Homestead
I CHARLES L BROOKS
Naranja until Thursday
deal. Deed and abstract furnished -
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tapperson I 128 N. E. First St.. Miami
Call at Fredricka Shoe
[of Plant City spent the week-end Mr. and M--H. H. Graham I I with South Atlantic Mortgage Co.
.Shop,Homestead., (al -s8)
with M Tapperson'i brother-ln- "
( : and sofia; Krj.'and: H H., and
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I law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. H. T. Mitchell made up a party LEGAL NOTICES
[Beagle that cruised around key Sundayin FOR SALE-Iron wheel wagon 12
I Inch tread. Fine for soft land. Notion of AmllrMlo ton Tu Deed 1
a new boat recently purchasedby Native ki hereby lvm that C A. I'M...
Tractor hitch. Preston Lee, bon koldrr u ooiliMo,of sate Gad C.a.nty
Co.For
Harold Campbell Harry Brown Burton Graham. I Plumbing .
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Goulds.' (pilJ Tan Con"..... Numbered MIl dated theM
land Earl Smith, local boy who at- I 4mr -( Aumt. A. U seal ku flMaM
fended the Citizens Military Lucille Driggen H. H. Graham | Certificate III *r ."..., >n4 ban
FOR SALE Guaranteed Mdo covllootloo for lu led w :lame
cheap
raining Camp at Fort SoevenFCs Mary Anne Brown, H. A. Amanj IhoroM U oioro'oiioi whit low saidCoetlfIat.
and Carla Joyce Hobson made mules. Geo. Smith N W. 8th ..._ tko foHowIn. d..
returned Wednesday Earl up .
Scribed pntwmr situated In Vodo WM*.
Installations street.
[had been visiting relative In Da"laboro a theatre party recently. I Plumbing (psJ7) --. Uwllibx '

for two week prior to the Repairs and W I.In*TM of r fi 1 NCI:. C.: IIIW if tntotoMtli end *. Line ..f,
[encampment Walter Peterson returned Saturday MISCELLANEOUSRELIABLE WH of SIN% W 4t Ml*. N lox
from Oregon Wla, wherehe Septic Tank Construe.Lion : ft N IS oVc M Ml -k" R lino ofaw ;
<4 of swig, a. swag SOM B MMW to r
Mrs Ruth Scott and son, Bruce, had spent the summer and Service. WATCH REPAIRING.W. llaat: ooo.. MHIn.WteP O. B
and % *r aw 14 I;rat WIN i "i 1.10.I 'tt
returned last week from, Dearborn H.
Woods McCrory Arcade.
nllel and IM ft W of n f
Mich. and in Minnesota Mr. and Mrs. Geo. DeFreese M "b ..W.2. ..'
point r. L a Rye fs t- .wan p
II _II. ROM I* tea. _..'.1... II.'
have returned from Dallas, Texas, '
where bad the
they spent PIANO TUNING and repairing. I Ooumr *
Aeon a man or hoi k*
[summer Mrs. Scott brother, where they spent the summer 'I W. II. BOOTH Good used piano for sale cheap. I n***, sate tI rkvUo. t I
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Lee of Jackson, Minn. W. E.: Koon, 115 N. W. 3rd St. MM CorMfluu Mood w*> In tko Mann fRomnont
accompanied them to Homestead, Mr. and Mrs H.T. Mitchell and' OPPOSITE F B C DEPOT yu.rrW., .'". Unl... toM CcrUfkoM

land will spend the winter here family who arrived Saturday night' HEMSTITCHING while you wait dad shall will b*low Mfvmio. ,.....Mconllno.... on. Uw: I,, 'lUu .'-lk,

25 SQUARE MILES OF FARMING i LAND d.rr-_ Singer sewing machines and repairs I d.r Doto of*aootraibtr Ulto Silt, A do. 0*t lull Aucwl. A. D.
Mrs. Win. H. Booth, "'*"
across from F E. C station. II:. B. LKATHFDMAN: Clark ..f Clrrail .
Court Dad CwinlrH r.1da.
N. C. BIoIrotto P C
Carr..It e..... .....
I .A... ss. 10, Soak, I. U. won 7

F You Are Looking for I'I Nolle of AtpllnUM for TM led

a e Notle ,to hereby .!... that 1. M. WlbM
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holds M ail Or IflraM Muoiborrd I4I>S. ihM 1
the 7Ul dor of AUIIM A. D 1MI, ka flMMM t,
FARMING LAND e Conillrai I III mr alike, ...d .... widowrlloulul ,
tar til dad to bout thr ni In y
Bold Lortlllcal ,.
Swordsman with taw n
A :; kronor Ik* ulkiwlM dMcrlkod .r......'I*. j
I lmote4 l In Dade Counlr Florida in wit t
t i Lot II. block t, OaM Subdlvlil iI.
; For the 1935 -- 36 S ason-. Caasty 4. A SuWn 01 Dado.Pat B saw-* IS 01 I'_on IS I* tit

< I, The aa.ramtwt d new paseeew solar
the MM OonlflnW boxes WM In Iof ... _
ONLY : "ok_ Ul>*o MM CoctMlniUi ...11
Xea zGIAN I k< tod..r..d i IIM Slow. ta> W4 will '
\ low thono* =UM M ay uf Oeab r, A.
let. show holdings. We have D IMS
t' us, you our EER Dated this tmk day of Amount. A. O lookL
: B. LEATHr-KMAN tbrbJ. Clr. 7melt
Cawl Dale Cossets, Fk.rhb.H .
25 square miles of farming land'from"which cx Cast awl, W. C. aunMI. B.ClttuH <:,

I IA.... KI; a..... s. u. sr. 111I

can make selection. z I NSW Apoll"' tor ''rot Deed
you your Naha :bandy lei.::tat Mr nd MnCS.
'. ... A Trwk koldM. M wow ..' fit,
w I'" Hlobok Tax CrnKlrat Miwb r
dated the alb do> at Aucwt. A.D.*.... i i
I kM sad MM OrUfkmi I* mt *r7lm. ..dkM

w Make your reservation, ,earl :: rOA"KID m*&ta owlbotloii MrardoM' with tu dead.....b. tmufUMH..O said

....1 CrUflool* onbroM*, Ik* '..1r -.... don
...- uonl .ll..... In Lea rips,.
tI I EES !. lame., :BbJk:::
< U RJOsIah11.015AL
Y drUo. to UM City rf ."-. Uawilr of I

th Dade Farms Inc. Dad*.seems bat*neat of riortdo.Too of Mid. QiiliiU ..>r ito

MM Cortlftal holes ww In tkr maw 1
of Cabs..-. UiiloH. MM n.rmfl.e5..ae. '
: .. i k* MdiiMiid Moordln M taw Ui dad
; J will IMW llMno a* Un INS .l.rta >rtowibor Y
'llnt JSo A. D 1MID.U4 '
National Bank Bid;. Phone 70 Homestead ibis slat day ......(. A. D.
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: nit Coon Dow. c <55.reat.nuaqtM Y kra.by u CClrvglt .

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Brooker Walton Pioneer Dade Woman J. John W. Kuhn of Perrtne; four(RADIO rtattoa were still carrying en Wednesday -
Succumbs 4o Illness. ton,W.T.Kuhn of Corpus Christi, HELPS IN afternoon when they received -
I Texas, R. R. Kuhn of Savannah, the relayed content of
Win
Friday From 5 i j
Ca., H. C. Kuhn of Coconut Grove KEY DISASTER President Roonevttt' message to
Fertilizer J'urwnllen'teft for tin. Nancy and H.L.Kuhn of Ferrine.Another Governor Shells, asking if the
i Rotary Miss Kuhn of Perrtoe, 88, who on. I1. W. Kuhn, died a number army and. navy could be of further
died In Kendall hospital Tuesday of yean ago. She also leave two COMMUNICATIONContinued
Brooks Lumber Co. cored an after a lingering Illness, win brother, I. L. Hall of Orlando
easy 15-1 victory over Fertilizer be conducted at the First Baptist and W. O. Hall of Perrln
Row last Friday night in the local Church of Homestead Sunday afternoon Turner funeral Home to In ( from Pace One
diamond ball league pow Elmer by the Rev. C. N. Walker charge of arrangement. tabLe amateur radio station W4AKI
Sullivan was th* shining light In Burial win be in Palm Cemetery which begun operating 11 minute 1 1i
handling the tick getting three at Narinja after their arrival This station F41
hit out of lour time at bat one Mr*. Kuhn was a pioneer! of Home Building to Hare It licensed In the name of Fred >
of them a two-bagger.Thoma displayed Dade County. She cam to Miami Apartment on 3rd FloorThe Uauett, who operated assisted byRalph
his vial form and lent I amen from her home In Tallahassee 17 White Ed Little and F P.
to Ole bench via the strikeout year ago and ha lived la For bucket Their contact station wasW4t.OT
route. rIDe for the peat 14 yean.Mr I third floor of the Horn I In Miami,operated by Mr.
In the other game of the evening *. Kuhn wa an active charter Building owned by Mr. and Mrs.W. I 8U...
Walton ikunked the Rotary. member of the Llndley De Car D. Horne, I.* being converted The member of the league are I
Club aggregation,7 to 0.The Roleswere mo pat of the American Legion from lodge room into apartment boy and girls and men and wom-
only able to collect one hit Auxiliary at Coconut Grove < TIle Woodmen of the World the en who have radio stations which' .
Walton She I I.a survived by her husband Masons and the Order of the Eastern '
off Ennls, while the strong they operate merely a* a hobby
bitsment pounded two pitcher Star have moved Into th*Odd with absolutely no pecuniary gain I General
for. total of 11. August 20 getting bin equipment Fellow1 Hall on N W.First tract. They ire pledged to observe certain -I
Box score and summaries weN Installed and the office nmodelad.Mr The second floor of the Horn rule and they take pride in I
I' follow: Catlin and their three children building ha apartment and pro upholding the reputation of the Public Utilities
rvtUlMf >k r .'".....r ..r a Joined him Sunday night,I feuional office The tint floori league unselfish service with-I
J OutterUs MM M ;14 I 1 I 1|N HlMV.U .Ik _- 4a and they art living la the Horn i occupied by W. D. Horn Co, "!out compensation Beneslead Pboa .. -..
Ho Ik .. I Ifsmritar.- tTinwr house on Twelfth itreet |I lino.i I 1 I The operator of the portableSaturday
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DENTAL OFFICES! HERE Tomatoes 25c
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Jacksonville and Miami, ha
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dental office In the second SUGAR C oJhlr $6c HAMBURGER
floor of the Hausman building.Dr. i CrackersNpkgs. :
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Lets Attendant : Ripe GRITSISe PEAS - 25c Bulk .

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Bananas3Ibs.l3c Pork and tall can Pink tall can LARD1I :

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