The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00037
 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: September 13, 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: UF00087294:00037
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Gainesville. Fla.






DADE RESCUE 50 Men Job Start in Homestead Eight Day Clean-Up This MorningWrecked BUY NO SCHOOL BOOKS FIRST

ORGANIZATIONBACKED I that present or unsightly junket .utomoblle'l ted up.Ernest eyesore that need cleaning WEEK ANYHOW\ ; OFFICIAL

en trees dead logs, I Cotton, acting state director -
Ing placet, trash and of the public works administration -
HERE in city streets are slated for elimination ha approved Home- IYORDAS'35-36TERMNEARS
In Homestead This mornIng ctead'l requested loan-grant of I .
a force of BO men will start! $$40,000 for improvement of Its
work at cleaning up the city.under electric line, and betterment of ---- -
[Rotes Endorse Proposal *special emergency appropriation its water system and'power plant I REDLAND DISTRICT Will Issue Free Texts: Ac-
of 11120 granted by FERA.I I I City Engineer E. L. Hook, Jr., announced I
After Plain Talk by providing work for the SO men for following his return last TEACHER LIST cording as Used One

Gordon vey' eight days. 1| week from Tallahassee where hewent I Are Turned InPARENTSASKEO
Four trucks furnished by the to present the city's request Florida City ElementaryMiss I

BELIEVE 100 DIED county will cart the junk and I I I before Mr. Cotton. Marion Robertson principal TO
trash away The men will be divided I The federal government will Miss Gladys Sharp (L. B. i iSommel. FIRST DAYS
WHILE MEN ARGUED into groups with foremen! grant outright to the city 48 per ... supervising principal.) I ATTEND
to work in various parts of the I I cent of the ,40, 009S, and the Homestead Elementary
Many Wounded Could Be city. Citizens who know of any remaining 85 per cent will be L. B Sommer, principal: Min 14 Day Certificate Must
trtshT'or Junk thai ought to be loaned to the aft for a period of Mary Jackson, lit grade, Mrs Virginia Be l
Saved By Small Boat moved or damaged public re-1 20 year at 4 per cent, to be secured Edwards 1st and 2nd grade; Are Registered
Fleet Held Ready that ought to be cut down or by valid revenue certificate from MIN Mary Williams (substitute),
wt are urged to get In touch the existing plant, a method of security Jd grade; Miss Lola Ray. 3rd
Free text book for both elementary -
. the city hall at one and transmit made possible by a law grade: Miss Frances Oorsey 3rd
A and high school grades
rescue organisation composed the information to city officials I passed by the state legislature in and 4th grades Mrs Hazel Hook
of 80 100 will be 'issued as soon as possibleIn
or key men throughout Mayor Bird, Dr. Frank Hour I 1935.I Fifield, 4th grade; Mrs. Edna Bird,
the county to take charge of ..11i'Rller.trlcken man. sanitation committeeman of Overhauling of the plant will Mrs. J. G. Wynn and Mrs Mary proportion to the supply on
territory wa urged the council, Councilman T. K. i I save $2,000 a year In increased Webb, departmental teachers, 5th hand, and to that end all pupil
before the Homestead Rotary Kirby and City Engineer E. L i efficiency' of fuel oil It I* laid. and 6th grades, Mrs. Thelma An- registering Monday and Tuesdayfor
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Club Wednesday by Gordon Ivey, Hook, Jr", and Fred Fuchs, general,I I This, together with other Increased derson kindergarten. I i.: the 1038-31 school year are
of asked to bring to their home room
superintendent the Home.leadmunicipal foreman of the forces efficiencies it 1 out
clean-up pointed Homestead Junior and Senior Walk
light and water plant, made t preliminary survey 6f the 1 t I Would be enough to amortize the L. B. Sommer, principal; tin all the used text books which they;
Who with many other Homesteadmen and :: may have at their homes In any
city yesterday afternoon spot- loan. Margaret Becker history, Mr*
rushed to the key hurricane event, no text book are to be
Field English; Miss Eleanor Hayden -
urea and devoted themselves to the purchased until after next werk
task of finding missing ones and INSPECTORS ARE j Star Route Man Takes Johnson. Latin, geography and English and Mrs Lois This wa the answer given by

bringing survivors to safety. Mail From here to KeysA tic; Frank Lucas, .rllhme-I; Mrs C. N. Walker when asked
B* laid that such an organization E. Moomaw science, C. H. Rice, about the availability ot tree
would not be In conflict with HERE; FRUIT TO temporary "star route" out of manual training, Miss Kathryn school books this year
the Red Cross or any other relief Homestead post office 1* serving Thelien, girls' physical education,I "The IMS law providing attribution -
agency, a* the disaster rescue MOVE NEXT WEEK the Florida Key a* far south a* George Wakefield. vocational agrlffculture of free text books to pupils -
crews would carry on the work. necessary [ Tavernier. When poet office are ; Mrj Gladys Wet*, home I In grade T to 11 inclusive"
to make the dlsastef victims r ttahljhed and t noun", Mrs. MM Mr*_WaVken: Hs based on the
.accessible Red Cross aid,,-* at'n ?'e dS1'It '; bridges tJI''Bt 1 'ib o Ryjh6c9j; = MppOftM ftaJ W tIMr CtMMl Will
'Atg a result, the club voWdtosponsor et Creek and Lower Matecumbe, the Theodore J. Bleler boys' physical get enough used books turned In ...
such an organization, and pointment to CitrusCommission star route will be extended,, to education and coach; Miss Jessie, to supplement the stock: of new
Frank B. Rue, Cha. T. Fuchs, Jr, lalamorada and Craig (ferry landIng Hendershot, librarian and study text book which the state will
end Ch ..7. Cave were appointed ). George Campbell of Homestead hall teacher; Bernard Blackburn, lend free to all pupil of Junior I rand
a committee to me t with Jack Inspector appointed by the has the contract to carry public speaking Mill Ellen Ny- senior high schools this year.
:Bell, Miami newspapermen, who Florida citrus commission which the star route, which wa started berg, music. I If all or nearly all, of last years
also had suggested a set-up of this held its tint meeting Monday I on Tuesday of this week. Redlaad ElementaryCarl books are turned In at the school
kind and contact the various, morning in Tallahassee, were Mall to other Florida Key U Wagner, principal, Mrs there will be enough of the old
club and Other civic organizations ready to begin operations in the sent by the semi-weekly steamer Eva Fletcher lit grade; Mrs. Ruth and the new buck together to pro-
In behalf of concerted action Homestead area yesterday, but I, serAc Inaugurated Wednesday Russell, 2nd grade, Mrs Lottie Continued on Puss MM
In the movement Mr. pave is citrus shipper here said they I between Miami and Key Wilt, and Sommers, 3rd grade; Mrs Margaret --- -
(Continued o> Page seven) until I Daniel 4th grade Miss Myr-
would not begin picking by old-established steamer service
Monday.L. i i between Tampa and Key West tle Kerfoot, Miss Lillian Johnson LOCAL PASTORSAND

POOL VANDALS L. Chandler of Gould, appointed i Mall train from Key West can and Mrs Flora Vihlen each to
to the citrus board from!I come a* far north as Marathon (Continued on Face Ten) RABBI READ ii

the state at large by Governor

SOUGHT BY CITY Sholtz, returned Tuesday from Lions Ask President for Better
Tallahassee where he attended RITES AJPYRES[ tl
the onganizatlon meeting on Monday w
Weather Service in Storm'Period
Broken Ladders Repaired, In reply to criticism that he
Pool Refilled Tests belongs to the shipper class, whereas To Hold Memorial Service '
; he was appointed to the com The president of the United weather service at the earliest possible i for Hodge Girls at J
Continue mission a* a grower, Mr. Chandler State Is asked to do all In his moment. I'
said that the American Fruit Captain Oinny Upton of Miami, 3 p. m. Sunday I j
'Vandal am--; themsclveY' at power to Increase the efficiency of I'
Qrowen, Inc., which he hat represented guest speaker at the meeting Tuesday ,i
the municipal swimming pool early In this section for many the weather bureau service In night declared that in SO: Services preceding the lighting {

Thursday morning by breaking the years, Wound up its citrus shipping this area during the hurricane season years there would be no.pl. a in of the funeral pyres on Mate- .
Iron pipe ladders, emptying the.Water activity here last year and each year, in a letter forwarded the world for the uneducatedthat -, cumbe key Saturday Saturdaywere
and otherwise defacing the < conducted jointly by the.Rev. .
his house is not handling citrus to Washington by the Lion they Would be supported as
property. The act were committed anymore. He said he could be the feeble-minded are now supported 1 A. A. Koestllne, pastor of the 1Home.lead
between the hour of 3 and t Club of the Redland District following Methodist Church the
classified as anything but I grower -and urged father of boy
a. m., It is believed, as nothing now a meeting Wednesday nightof and girls today show them the Rev. Alfred McDonald pallor of
lamIA wa noted by the powerhouse At the meeting Monday, Mr. the board of directors to which value of an education. Sacred Heart Catholic Church of 1.
operator on his 3 o'clock I Homestead, and Rabbi Kaplan of
outside inspection, but the water Chandler said the board adopted the letter wa referred at a mem- A group of sons and daughter Miami.At .
(Continued on Page Tn) Tuesday night A of member of the club staged a
bership meeting
flooding' the ground was seen on the close of their rites at ( Itch
the I o'clock round. copy wa lent to the chief of the march around the clubroom bearIng tilt three pyre, a firing squad 'j''j'of
banners on which was the
The vandalism 'i* attributed to David Barnes to Get weather bureau service. legend, "Future Lions". J. w. from the Florida national guard
drunken rowdies, and all steps Tangible Recognition The letter proposed by Lion W. : English and Joe Scarborough were on duty In the hurrican-trlcken t
possible will be taken to bring I. Fisk of Homestead and draftedby i introduced at new members. Announcement area, fired a rifll salute over the .
about their arrest District FERA Administrator the club's president, Charles I was made by Lion WH tacked up pine boxes, containing \
The ladder have been repaired, Wm. H. Green made it known yesterday Pratt, 1* a* follows: Owens that next week's meetIng civilian and veteran, Protestant
however, Theodore Bleler, pool that a check for $50 would, Tor- the purpose of protecting would be held Wednesday and Catholic Gentile and Jew.
. manager announced, and the pool be lent David Barnes of Home- the live and property of the resident night Jointly with the Homestead In Homestead Sunday at the :r' ,
bat been refilled with clear, clean stead who established the first effective of South Florida and In Rotary Club in the Homestead First Baptist Church, memorial
j I pure water for the crowds that are boat service across Snake order to prevent a repetition of the Legion Hall, in accordance with a service will be conducted forMyrtle !
growing dally. Several swimming Creek the day following the hur- terrible disaster that recently occurred I. custom of holding joint meetingsof and Sarah Hodge, doughi I
Parties have been held at the pool ricane and maintained It almost on the Florida Keys, the the two clubs quarterly. ten of ),fro and Mrs. O M. Hodg ''.
lately at hour when other 'were continuously even after other boats Lions Club of the Redland District Guest included: Mr. and Mrs. of this city who were visiting
Dot using It. Such hour can be Joined in the task until an the of Dade County, Florida hereby Donald Talbott, Mss Walter friend in Islamorsda when the 11k k
arranged by advance notification I wounded and able bodied survivor relpecUuUrurH the president H. Eaton Edwin L* w r* n e e, hurricane truck there. On the .I
of tb*.manager if the number In and many of the dead bad of the United State to do all Mary Grate English Paul Cox, program In addition to the Rev.
it Mr. Bitter been brought acros Edward C. N Walker, pastor of the church,
the partly justifies I In hi* power to Increase the efficiency Jeanette Cox Kirby ,.l
.\. Mid. The one-banded outboard motorboat of the weather bureau Bruce Core, Barbara Jean Smith, will b* L. B. Sommer. principal of !
After next week, pool hour will hero refused to turn In a service in this area during the Bruce Wagner, Paul Winburn Davis the Homestead school of which ')
ai, be rearranged to conform to cshool bill to any relief agency for the ,storm period of each year Alice Winburn Davis, Grace the girls were pupils, Mrs. Frank r 1
chedule On week day it will service of his motor and him- I "Our tropical location demands SneU, Harry Hemming Dorothy Irwin, leader of their B. Y. P U. I
.;), be open from 3.30 to 9 p. m, and that we be furnished the best Cox. Harry Lewis, Garland Wynn, class ud other associated with (\
:i; Saturday all day. On Sunday self.David was one of t group of neterological advice possible and Christine Torbert Herman Byars, the girl In their school and church :i
. hour will be from 1 to '30. Homestead men organized into a that the present service be Allen L. Pope, Marguerite Murphy work here.Myrtle I Ii
I' Swimming test have been and rescue party by Dr.J.A. Smith and strengthened and Improved to the Lola Connor, Jams L. Faxson, Jr., wa IS Sarah. 13. A persistent -
t till are under way at the pool Mayor P. B. Bird the Tuesday following end that we may feel certain of Arthur Hemming, Jo Nell Slap i search by: panic made up dtC.aUaaed
(CbnUaued on Page JJliw) this storms obtaining absolutely dependable Jam Chen Leggett on rag Twelve)


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Pare Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, September 13, 1935.
: Gate, Willie Kelly John Carey llnc the Right Perspective in Life, dread disease from handling the Mason.
Game Tonight i and Austin Sawyer All have rely Choosing My Life Work". How decomposed bodies. They told of He I* survived by his wife, Fran r
fives or friend In Key West, for to Meet Temptation". My Responsibility one sufferer by the name of Me- cea: a son. Roy Allen SheUlio,+j
May Decide Who which they embarked by steamer for Community Welter Cloakey. who felt very much hurtbecause and a daughter Mrs. G W. Duseo- \
from Miami Wednesday night *", 'The Influence of Friends a doctor told stretcher- berry. both of New Y'rk.CIty.. "-
'Vins. Lasts, Half THE STANDINGS Be Popular "Why Pray'"is uVt body on the fire Philadelphia tot the funeral. Mq; "
If Brooker Defeats Walton VT L Pet I Faith In God Practical" What Shetzllne will spend a few weeb;. /
Brooker 7 1 .874 Shall We Do With Social Customs Organist to Be Buried with them in New York beferj{,,'
Champ Series to Walton 8 1 JI34 and Regulations Which We Do NetLike Near Church He ServedThe returning to Homestead.

Start Monday Home __ 4 3 .oU ?" la tko C...." Cout of th Clmatk ).. ,
Rotary __ 3 4 AU Young people) are facing vital Mat CfrMtt of rhrtda In and roP':
and the word of body of David W She llne Itado Cooaty I* (haiMiry y
Tonight Brooker Lumber Co, Fertilizer Row_ J I question today, In a.lAdaatka .t*UI'WAN' : Marl '
and Walton Nurseries will tangle Fr, A. 0 6 4000, God I* the greatest clearing 011I*. wh9 died in a local: hospital Saturday NON it. kr EDITH: M. CbAFUM, lt>i'tdeears. +
In a diamond ball game whichwill Discussion Claitfte knowledge,'J was sent Wednesday by a .. ,r
No" d Intention Asset CNN.. "
home to Philadelphia .
Miami funeral -
end the second half of the member of the Turner Funeral -' aid Ml, KMrfVneAH NOTICE: 10 harsh. else' that .... e"slim'S "
Homestead league young people under 23 yean hit old home. Mrs. Sheta- will fllo be. Petltloft III Ih. QIo. .
season-If Home diamond ball team are '
cult Court la and for Dado .
Brooker Win. At. 730; the under asked to eee their manager 1mflltldlate'1y of age are cordially Invited to at lint accompanied the body at km ...... A M. Monday county. thi floru lea*. 'I:.
felted Tumor funeral Home girl and arrange for prac- tend."Ptomaine". Mr Shctzline was. 71.y. old day of Baptombor. A. d. isuifur. .. at*. I vaa ","
permitting has to adovt .b ,
and or Homestead on eklld '
had been a resident -
team win play a team picked from Infant lines, kaowa a> II...... Mae ,
for the past 12 years .......
the other girl1 team of the league : Victim Hurt Jr.EDITH 11,1
He was organist of Trinity Luth- M. l-l.fLUI
If Walton defeats Brooker Wal- Wins w. IL Hoodor AlUn-nv for frtlMoiMr .t t 'J
Over Doctor's :Mistake eran Church of Philadelphia for Flrat NaUoaal Hank Bulldlnc
ton will still have to play a num- I Miami Fla. '\ a
37 years and interment will be in (A.... II M ; Snrt a. IS) ItGeneral
ber of In
postponed games which From
Walton may be defeated and be Tropical'Curb I Fifteen FERA worker engaged I the burial grounds of that church. '

thrown into a tie with Brooker for I l\larket.11-3 In hurricane clean-up work at I He was for many years associated A
first place If Brooker defeat Islamorada were brought to the I with his father and brother in the
W..Iton. the series to decide the I emergency hospital in the Bap- firm of R. A. Shetzline and Sons,
championship will be played Monday Kentucky_ Colonels Will tist Sunday school building Monday I wholesale produce house In Philadelphia
Wednesday .ndU three night suffering from what relief He was a 32nd degreeIN
Play Here Tuesday, I i I E
games are necessary Friday physicians diagnosed a* overheating ,
September 24 In the Coot' of the counts Jude. mated
nlghti of next week. I II and exhaustion but what I Florid..
If Walton defeat Brooker the they said wa ptomaine poisoning I II KB ROTATE: OF JOHN 1 HANLON.
standing will be: Thomas slugged and pitched for Earl Johnson and Albert B. Taylor To Donaotd All Odltora i Dada, Lotalooo County, Dli.-: a-w. and i
W t PetWalton Homestead to win from the Tropical I of Miami, who were still In the I All Fa cam H..l. tlalau; or UoauadoAtainal

... .. ...._._ 6 1 897 I Curb Market diamond ball building Wednesday afternoon, and Raid seek laUtaiYou of eon art boob notified 1 I
team of Coconut Grove last night said that about 35 of the .. ivoulid. to pnotnt nay claim and do-
Brooker ..... .__...._ 7 2 .788 men engaged I. ... which of .""h.. of pity ka.o
11-3 Thomas hit a home ra you
run a In carrying bodies of hurri- H
However it Home' then defeat ..Inot tin ootata of John I Honk lau ;
Walton the landing would be I triple, and two double out of four rican victim to the funeral pyre i'" Miami. Dado County Florida, M the
: time at bat and truck out ten of County Jude of Don County riorMa. at
became sick Monday shortly after
W L Pet. life Mile In the Court Hou.n at Miami.
Brooker __ ___.7 a .788 the opposing batters beside setting i eating some minced ham sandwiches Florida, Within night month from thoW
n of the tint of this .
_... the oposltlon down with only furnished them at Snake : publication
Walton .6 3 780 skim or demand> to ko aware to andprootntod
live scattered hit*. Creek. a> : will booarrod Public Utilities
Then another postponed game Sherard hit three singles out of They told how militiamen HM of tko
refrained sate at Florida for the 117
Walton fw
mutt be played How four time at bat and Hobbs and from aiding them for fear Dead ftrptonber 10 l ll. BomesMMl hone 10.-..
ever, If Walton win from Home Nell got two, single each. The 'i LAURA A. HANLON, A'ml.lotnlrl..
the Mcond half would be over a* field was soggy and slippery after they might have contracted Same f..,. 11.10. IT; Oat. .. 11,1"I'; N.. .. so r

Walton percentage would be ...75to the continuous rain and made L .III ','
Brooker 788, and the chant' footing uncertain. 7
plonihlp aerie would follow Tuesday September 24, the nationally
At any rate, diamond ball game famous
Kentucky Colonels -
will be played next Monday, Wed I diamond ball team from Louisville Ammonia Listed :
neiday and Friday. Ky.. scheduled for a seriesIn as Nitrogen

Miami next week against Dunn
Last of Refugees Leave, I Bus Co, will play the local Independent -

Relief Station Closes Held. team on the Homestead j In New Fertilizer Law

The Colonel have played diamond -
Following a decision of burr

can Inhabitant relief force of the* not key to hurricane eraouate' have an ball enviable-all through record the of East games and \ ,. .. .. Effective Sept. 1 1 .

area farther north than Tavernier won. They have a* their pitcher
Cannonball Bailey who pitched forth '
the .
emergency and refugee
Crippled Children Society of
station In the Baptist Sundayschool .
Miami Beach this summer 6

building afternoon was with closed the Wednesday departure -i Effective Sept first, the new Florida fertilizer law changes the list

of eight refugee from Will Conduct Clearing ing of Ammonia to Nitrogen. Also, Nitrogen is listed in four different 1
ta'D brought to Home.stead House for Young PeopleA
of last week.I forms: Nitrate Nitrogen, Ammoniacal Nitrogen, Water Soluble Organic
Speaking for the group, George young people' Christian
Sweating who has a home In Key clearing house will be conductedat Nitrogen, and Watty Insoluble Organic Nitrogen. Nitrogen contains

It West the but was on Plantation Key the Homestead Methodist about fifth more Ammonia than the old listing of Ammonia.
time of the hurricane, said: Church every night at 7:30 be- one.
"The people of Homestead have ginning Sept. 1< and continuing

been. tike brother and sisters to through Sept: 20, announces the The new law requires, also, that all plant foods be listed in whole :\
u* W* have h.dan we wanted to Rev A. A. Koe tllne, pastor of the ,',
eat, drink and wear since we got I church. numbers and no fractions. Therefore the new formulas will be slightly
here, and we want all these kind An
people to know that we thank :ed on the open meeting forts of will young be conduct-people different. Below is a, comparative table of the new Nitrogen and the old ,;

heart them "from the bottom of our' problem of life In a Christian Ammonia formulas .
manner A few of the subjects "
Other in the group were Bred* to be discussed are: "The Influence -
ley Sweeting, Nat Russell Mrs of Environment on a Life"
Clara Russell, Mrs. Joaephine,I "Laying Life'* Foundation", "FindQ.K.'d ; New Old /tr

I 1% Nitrogen equals 1.22% Ammonia w'

[ Used CarsI I '" 2% Nitrogen equals 2.44% Ammonia I "

3% Nitrogen equals 3.66% Ammonia

1932 Chevrolet Pick-up 4% Nitrogen equals 4.88% Ammonia

1932 Chevrolet 6W Sedan 5% Nitrogen equals 6.10% Ammonia

1930 Ford 4-door Sedan 6% Nitrogen equals 7.32% AmmoniaThe

1933 Plymouth 2-door Sedan

available Phosphoric Acid and Water Soluble Potash are still

Other Used: Cars the same as in the old formulas. In purchasing "fertilizers for the coming

season the above table will give a comparison! go by. '

1929 Chevrolet !/j flat body

1929 Ford Truck 1!i/t ton i I

Ford Chrysler T Dump Sedan Truck I i Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. ./

1928 Buick Sedan-Good Rubber i
1931 Ford Truck D. W.

Redland Brand Fertilizer


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Friday September 13, 1935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Three j i

At Least 60 Boys and Girls Leave j Luallens Are Coming; I Services Are Conducted

I II Jo Nazarene Church For O. I* Showalter I GROVE J
For Universities and Prep School ,

The Rev. W. G. Luallen, artist-, Ora Lee Showatter who 4MFridafr : THEATRE I
evangelist, and Bin Luallen will ( at his home on N. ;;
At lout and M. D. degree. w'l COCONUT GROVE ,
sixty boys girl of to resume work for an -
Church ot after
i come to the Homestead Fourth Avenue a long 1
the Redland District have left or 'the Nazarene Sunday fora two- ness, was buried In Palm Cemetery Shows T and t Admission tSf }
will leave soon for more than I Wilbur Free has gone to study' week meeting announces the Rev at Naranja Monday after Matinee Every Sat and San. !
twenty schools and colleges scattered forestry at the University of Idaho I Howard Eckel. pastor of the noon. Services were conducted at I at I p. m.
at Moscow He is a Junior. : the Homestead Methodist Church
from Moscow Idaho, to Wol- '" -
William Edwards has reenteredthe I by the Rev A. A. KoeeUlne, pastor, SATURDAY ONLY I
laston, Mass. Southern College of Pharmacy i I of the church. Turner Funeral
As usual Florida Institution at Atlanta for his Junior I Home had charge of arrangements I '
draw tho largest number Elevengo year. Mr Showalter, a carpenter, was In"Justice }J

to the University of Florida at Lester Smith will enroll at the xMa : 40 years of age He came to Home- of : h ,
Gainesville nine to the Florida iUad 19 from Ohio his -
University; of Kentucky at Lexington I yours: ago ". i'
State College for Women at Tallahassee as a sophomore, and his sister I native state the Range" j'
and seven to the Universityof Miss Evelyn Smith, will attend I He is survived by-Uils wife, Bee
Miami in Coral Gables.Wm Mickey Monte Club 1 p. m. '
Maryville College at Maryville. a ISla B Showalter; two daughter,
Krome who Is majoring in Tenn., ai a junior. I Mrs. lab T. McKInney, and Mrs. FREE Ice Cream te each Child
agriculture and Wm. Forsyth of Oonabcl Graham; a brother, W. J.
Paul Merrill, a 1(34 graduate of I
Florida City who is seeking a degree Showalter of Bucyrus 0.; and
High School who is makIng -
in electrical engineering will his home In Arizona, will enter j three grandchildren.Pall I
be seniors at the University of bearers were E. A. Ennis, la
the University of Arizona at Tuc- .
Florida. Burton Graham of Na- freshman. I A. J Ennis, Walter Booth II. IL "
ranjo will return to take graduate son as a Swing, J. A. Nelll and Ora Jeffrey.I "The Farmer
Donald Cross will be a first year r
work. Rudolph Cowman who attended '
the University of Miami man at Oglethorpe University at Mrs. Anderson to Teach
Atlanta, Ca. u .
last year, Archer Smith and Bobby ,1
Takes Wife"with
rREV. Kindergarten
Crow will be sophomores at Sam tpd Joe Hickson of Na- a
Gainesville,and Charles Glenn and nnja will attend the aeronautics
Mrs Carl S. Anderson, who as HENRY FONDA f
Roger Snow will be Juniors. H.a school of Alabama Polytechnic Institute .
Mia Thelma Redd conducted a Her and I
Graham Herbert Farmer and at Auburn, Ala. latest greatest picture
Railey Macey will enroll as fresh Vernon Turner will be a freshman W. a LUALLEN kindergarten one year at the {
I Homestead elementary school, will WEDNESDAY THURSDAYKARLOFF
men. at Washington and Lee University -
be In charge of that kindergartenagain
church. All are Invited to hear
Mist Ruth Murray and Miss at Lexington, Va. them preach and sing and play this year. Mrs. Anderson \
Shirley Harkness, both of PrInce- Miss Christine Campbell plans I Mr. Luallen Illustrates the songs took her story telling' courses In and BELA LUGOSI la '
ton,will be seniors at Florida State' to attend Treveca College at Nashville ; they sing. connection with dramatic art workIn I
College for Women. Miss Margaret Tenn. She will be a fresh "The Raven"READ
Meetings will be held at 1:SO Lanier College, S. C after she t
Delaney and Miss Ela Aro-, man. Miss Vivian Bennett will enter each night except Saturday On had received a certificate for
sarena will be Juniors there and Southern College at Lakelandas matic work in Andrews dra-j
I Sunday an II o'clock meeting,also
Miss Jewell Turner is returning' a freshman. will be held. Georgia. THE WANT ADS :
for her sophomore year. Miss I Jack Krome will attend the Indian r
Louie Long Fitzpatrick, Miss Alta River Preparatory School at
Vann, Miss Katherine Harper and New Smyrna.
Miss Valera Fitch left Sunday to John Walton K
has entered the
enter the freshman class. I School ,
McCauley for Boy. a prep
Miss Miriam Burton will be a school at Chattanooga Tenn.

senior at the University>> of Miami, Arthur Fogle of Naranja, Carl
and Robert Boyer, former Homestead Deden of Homestead, Frank Basso -
boy who is now living In and Billy Geronimo( of Florida
Miami, will enter his senior year City and Dale Henderson of
in the law school of that univers,I Princeton will attend RiversideMmtarfjAeadcnw
Garland Wynn, who/ formerly! at fcalnesvUle ,
,,111. Georgia Tech*g will/enroll k'fa\ f>6Trywdf t \S '
a Junior. Miss Vera' Fletcherwill
; John Kopp son of Mr. and Mrs
be a sophomore and Miss Lois
W. A. J. Kopp who are residing In
Behrens of Princeton will probablygo : J'
the Collins house at Modello while
back for her sophomore year.I
their ,
home is under construction
Miss Clara' Sayers and Brynolf I
at the former F W. Webster grove,i
Vlhlen will attend as freshmen.. 1
three miles west of Home.tead'1
Allen West, theological student which they recently purchased is
at Stetson University at DeLand, returning to Wilbraham academj
will be a senior. Miss Alene Ver- for his fourth year. His present
coo of Florida City will probably II course is in .preparation for hu I
:return as a sophomore and Miss entering Wesleyan University next \ .
Dorothy Cox will be a freshman. year. Harold another son of Mi
Howard Field will be a senior I and Mrs. Kopp, is reported to be '
at Eastern Nazarene College atWollaston 1' "
planning matriculation at the University .
Mass.Miss I of Florida.

Lola Roberts, Paul Cox andLandon I Miss Alva Gossman, Miss Waun-
Hickson will enter Centenary Iita Jane Talbott and Miss Mai-
at Shreveport, La., as fresh garet Ames will attend Miami I ibusiness I
men. I, colleges Miss Lois Beam' i
Joe Burton will return to Emory : Is attending a beauty school at j'j'II. j. :

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Page Four THE LFADER ENTERPRISE Friday, September 131935. !

WI President: Mr, Wren, do you
THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE TheABCof wish to snake a motion? The chair THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER- +I

fablUhtd Friday at Horn wilt enterUla a motion. J\JI
toed rta.. bjr the South Dad Mr Wren: Oh, ... I dqn'l aw} BY SOW. Ice I* BOW MBRJJRUMLHKAXT

rablbhlnf C*. ParliamentaryLaw to make motion I just want to .... mmU'U' ---.. .P'.,l,'

make a suggestion.President I HOURS miniature world mints and sln- ,,'
BEN ARCHER Editor : We have Important III-&,. WrfMBCW. Thuncbri S4 s.. ners, peace and violence are all '
By ANNIE: UTTER: BIRRY bualnes this afternoon and the TIMMW. Fetter ID..-. i s. .m. mirrored there. To this town
seco4 cUM. miU '-M( t 1( 1--4
Entered M I sasses
chairman must request the members I Michael Furze come In search of
utter March IS, 1112 .t the poet to bring the business of the I his brother. He finds him but
at Itenestead. Florid wider 21ST INSTALLMENT Hum Walpole spent two yean
elfIN club in the form of a motion. Mrs. read the) story yourself. It It one
the act ef March S, 117. Wren, do you wish to make a mo-j r,working on "The Inquisitor", his of the books really worth while.
MEETPfQ OF THE WIEDGA I new book, which completes the
tlon? i The storm dealt with u
I' rather
8VB. PRICE ItM A TEAR CUB Cathedral series of Walpole novels.If .
I' Mrs. Wren: No I do not know,' have read the others, The : gently a little water seeped la
different form of i:exactly what I want I you 'from somewhere and some book
There are
..." ... Cathedral", "The Old ,
procedure, but It I* wise to to got wet. Some book were lost In
eon-I "Harmer John", you are ready
Too Late to Classify
sider the established I TUB MAIL BOXA I welcome "The Inquisitor". It an the storm of course) but it 1* no
Hjr BIMMU Kay time to about lost
an assembly and to avoid being about through dream. Hugh worry books
..", '" .......""...".. ._- pedantic. This. outline of a club r came Walpole dreamed of a a man with a or any material lost. Of court

There are plenty of birds alttla meeting I* intended to be suggestive TII1ILUNO SPECTACLE: I crooked neck coming out of the books help to make I home butaome

on park benches or letnln against: for a parliamentary drill Editor Leader-Enterprise: cathedral door. The dream was of those people living on the

lamp potts that ere ready to tot A quorum being present the Witnessed In New York last so vivid and ao persistently did It key who lost everything and haveto
think about building
you "what't wrong with the coun- president (standing) rapt once week by million of people was a haunt Mr. Walpole he was forced new home
try but darn few of 'em are able with gavel The meeting will : tight that you saw no notice of in to write this book, which. he says, will need other thing beside
I books. Think It over and decide
to give you an Intelligent antwerto please come to order. The the Hearst newlpapers.Th : "la the most compelling in a creative -
.ere-I i
ttw "What are we gen tar will read the '' what bit. of furniture you can
question please In way that I have ever known" .
and of men and girl in line *
n. do about It?* Of the last meeting. brass Ita the story of Michael Funs, spare. Suspect they will need
headed huge
by a
procession dishes too and lot of other
i found one exception however Secretary (standing) read minute I band paraded the streets, protected I and from the moment he enters Of the Red Cross will
at Dollars, : 1 the shop to sell that course help,
i d i tap named Rlpley *. by mounted police. It was notably antiquarian's
Ti,..... He's not a cartoonist but | precious crucifix the black marble but you might help the Red Cross
President: Are* there any corrections | full of life, color and merri- If have no offer what
I'm here to tell you that he can to the minute? Hearingnone ment, and while it was not a religious cross, the Chrittut of white ivory you have. It the money Rod Cross
dews word picture a* startling the minute are approved demonstration, the young I and the beautiful green base, from you what have can
not accept IBM get in
a) inything you ever found under read. It of the Christian that moment on through the book
a* there I Ia a correctionand t people sang many touch with these neighbor
of "Believe It or Not". I I to the last the attention 1Our-
the i 'iption no objection ls made the Endeavor tongs. Many social club : page never

George A. Ripley Is Just an average president say, the minute ate II were conspicuous including Jew I lapses. The cathedral town Is a self.What has the library to do with

,mall business nun-a shirt approved a* corrected. If there Ish organizations, each carryingIts such work? Well many of these
manufacturer tryln' to make a I* debate upon the correction, a own banner with many beauti- and Fascism". people belong to our library family -
Uvln and a couple of dollars on motion must be made and carried I ful United! States flag, Itn't this a strong Intimation ; they are a part of us. Get
the side, now and then for theatre before correction is accepted. The intention of the parade was where the trend of public sentiment -' busy.

ticucU' or I day at the beach. President (standing): The corresponding -I|; definitely made manifest by hundreds ia today among the better I _.u____
George will tell you right ofTth..t secretary will please I of large square white signs classes? There seemed to be no, Warden: "What made you beat

he don't know much about read report. I boldly lettered, carrying legends resentment among onlookers-only I up your cel mate the way. you
fd tmocracy. Planned Economy or Corresponding secretary (standing like the following "Enforce Senti- pleased approval. Much of the did?"
I '
1'0111"\1+ Anagrams, but he does ) read report. The corresponding ment Against War," "Stop the Sale route pursued by the parade was Convict: "Aw dot guy git wise
toy ,,1 Ultra to an ordinary amountof secretary passes her report -I of War Munition, "Protest through portions of the city occupied wit me."

i onunon every day horse-senie. to the recording tecretary. Against the Persecution of Jewi",I'I'I by the middle and lower'. Warden: "What's he done now?"

Crop restrictions and our pro- President: If there I* no objection -I "Hand Off Ethiopia". "Don't Read I classes Convict: "Tore da leaf off da cal-
gi tin of higher prices along with the report of the corresponding Hearst Papers-Hearst Is I Fas 1 HOLLISTER SAGE. endar and It was me toin' -The

wliok'sale tariff reduction, he secretary will be accepted and cist", "Down With Communism i l North Woodbury', Conn. Pointer.

points' out have brought us to thep",1 placed on file. (It I* better to accept -I I ----- -

where w<' :are now IMPORT- an annual report by motion.) I f LOfllDALaudonnlere ffltILIGMJ 6 & EMM
IN; 'ten times at many labor hours .
President standing): We will I
ai v. import, and "labor noun"AH
listen to the report of the treatfreMuWr -
imethm' tint no matter how
bad you need 'era. the more you tyrer.: : I'
git t I from somewhere Use, the Jfahdlni) Had* re*

WO!,>{' off you are port arid passes a duplicate therecording I
r It teems a guy named Uncle secretary.President I
Sam tad him a nice little home, : U there I* no objection L ,l lIII
farm and business a while back the report of the treasurer
and ., ..s doln' pretty well for him- will be placed on file and referred -
aeir Hr built a sturdy. fence to the ,auditing committee (or I \
around his place to keep hla nelgh- to the auditor). III ti '

boi attic out and the folks from President call for report of.

sti>.i>>m' his melons on dark nights. standing committees, then of special c
H<' reed just about everything he committee taking any necessary :
neodf and did some right smart action, then unfinished buti-
'"dln' with his neighbors. Old ness, then new business Committee
Saw Himself bad never had much : report should be in writing!,
SL,l.r,, ',Un' -he'd been too busy as i and handed to the recording sec
11 xiungtter clearln' land and retary. For form of report see I

bmitin up his place, but he wantto Robert's Rules of Order. Revised.
in.. kids to have everything aoin Drill Under (lead ef New '
sot 'em to school and then onto Badness

cillegeNow Madam President

Sam usually minded his President: Mn. Nightlngal I
,own i Business and whey the neighbor Mrs. Nightingale: I move that
got to quarrelin'! let 'em Wiedga Club suspend its by-law
settle! the matter among them Limiting the membership to two I

sriu,, but along about vacation hundred for the purpose of admitting -
Umi tome of the neighbor got twenty-five candidates now

in .i brawl and -Sam'i college- on the waiting list I
trained boys Insisted that he
President: Your motion It not In
over and make 'em stop to make
order, for the reason that our 1>,-1
the world safe for
democracy or
aomolhln. laws may not be suspended.
President: I* there any other
Well Sam went and while ha business to come before the club? a
was the weeds In l
gone grew up Madam President r
his truck patch, hit fences beganto President: Mr*. Jenny Wren.
go to pieces and just about Mr*. Jenny Wren: I have been
everything went to pot Bum had thinking for a long time that It I
I hard time findln' patches for I ,
would be nice for this club to do
his pants. more civic work. I believe NP"': Go\J I
Then one of hit. boys came home -\'-
from College and brought along a Sam' boy went to the cement II aD
few of the Professors and they sat and
plant made 'em raise every
right In tellln' Sam how to
hla place. Made him take the run old body' wages so the men would wkc v o I 1
lave to but SlECtioKS v
money spend, the plant r N ,
fence down and Just put up a little went broke and the fellows who I I \JI
modernistic one around the flower o
used to work there earn to Sam
bed.They fore job.I N Wkfi
told him he had too darn !
could go on and on, but maybe 'W
many hogs and made him quit \;( N IIM c.t
you picture. Anyway, a
ralaia1 'em. Got him to shut down hen ftUMt IK AM"SU
same story in a nutshell i
the oil well In the back lot that American ,
: sugar field are
had helped meet his..pen... Told rowing liP In weed; In 1833 we who had Accompanied : encountered a storm and was wrecked.

of him his to best plow cotton.up every Then third hla cowswent row imported "'00 times a* much sugar I!Ribault to America in 1562 returned to I In the meantime the Spaniard under,

dry and things kept goln' .t we did In IKS. We closed I the River Mar (St John River) June 25, Menendez surprised attacked, and destroyed

from bad to worse. end our well down 3 8% of capacity 1564, with three vessel and a number of ; the garrison at Fort Car Une. Few'
Import million of barrel of
soldiers mariners and artisans the escaped however them was Lau
Prwtty soon Sam'i place was a oil Corn Import have Increasedover I among
of establishing Huguenot col donniere who was rescued by a small'French
mesa lie wasnt producin' and 100% this year. Import of purpose a ,
was buyin' cotton from a Jap down cotton, wheat butter, cattle, pork I ony. After having built Fort Caroline at vessel.
the road sugar from another and numerous other products have 'i St. Johna Bluff Laudonniere experienced The AKEE, from Guinea, West Africa,

neighbor, oil from anotheHe Increased enormously in the last! ':*o many misfortunes that in due time he thrive In frog -free sections of Florida.

had stock ta foment plant that year, and still we Import million prepared' to leave Florida when on August The fruit i* a three-celled capsule, yellow

used to pay him food dividend of tabor noun cheap labor hours '' 28, 1566. Ribault arrived with seven to red in color, and ripens in summer. At

but the boys made him but hi. that directly compete> with high vessels and 600 immigrants. Ribault galled maturity it split'open, exposing the shiny

anent from Belgium becatur It labor hours demanded by Ameri- ''on Sept. 10, to attack Menendec the black needs, one in each: cell, to each of ,

Was cheaper. Tha one of the can standards of better U\inf. I 'Spaniard jtt St. lIru ttne. but the fleet which ta attached the edible white aril I

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September 13, 1935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Five

il and life Insurance business from where they spent the summer r with]i John Rohrer, Mrs Jus M Dobbin
his home on North Krone avenue their paternal lI'andpanMt. Atj >MK l Margaret Krnnwlv Mrs W.
to an office in he UeCrory Arcade Hattandale they were In an awt*.'j It.,i l Mweomber, M.... Joe DOXN... j
In and .Around While Mn Stnttn is tem mobile wreck, pttt escaped eerifttsiiInjury Mrs. Lucy Clinton Mn ('has. I
porarily filling a secretarial position Clinics, Mn M. A. Sopci Mr*.
I' I In Louisiana their son, Allen!: UK Walkup and Wumnr S,.i..')'.
I will remain with her and their Mrs. Sam Wood* will go to Jacksonville -
Homestead daughter. Belle. Will stay with Sunday to meat her The Ladies Aid of the Community -
I Mr Smiths slater, Mn tone Hill, daughter, Virginia, who la returning Church hold u postponed ,
in Miami Beach from a two-month visit with meeting Tuesday at the hoimof
" her grandparent, Mr. and Mrs Mrs Tom Oehemour Punch and
Mr and Mr*. Ivan aIr, their H. C. Underwood in Moultri. cookies were nerved at the con- '
Mr. and Mn Carl A. Field returned 8t Paul, Minneapolis and 111apoill. *
elusion of the business I
daughter, Marjorie, and Mr. Moa- Ga. mertmg.
Saturday from Ceoncautvllle. Mr. Llle ls proprietor of
Thom Mrs Joe 0011'loin. ;
present were
'\ ers mother, Mrs. Emma Moaer 1
. Ind.. where they pent the Lilci' Homestead Pharmacy.
see R. W. Mullin Mn S, & f
returned from (
Tuesday night
! a Joe Doxsea I II expected to return
slimmer with relative Before
I' Shield. Mrs John Rohrer NfL
vacation relatives In
spent visiting
Saturday train Lake Worth
their return they took their son Mrs B. G. Bra/ch left Wednesday Margaret Kennedy Mn Charles ,
MlMlaalppI, Arkansas, Kentuckyand where he has been stationed for
Howard, to WolUuton, Mas., to
for Fairfax, Ga., to be with Indiana. They alto motored several week Clinton Mrs. M. A. Soprr Mr*. '
enroll in his senior year at Eastern her father. J. H. Powell, who is ill Into Canada and northern New Boyd Cohernour, Mrs. Una Walk- ;
Nazarene College. at his home there York on their trip. up and Miss Eunice Walkup The
ilr. and Mrs B. B. BarOcld and
next meeting will be held .it the
Jack Xrame returned Saturday] Mr. and Mrs. John A. Chambliss Miss Kathleen Hickey left Wednesday son moved into the Cetman cottage home ot Mr*. Doxee.
en Palm avenue Friday.Mr. .
from Fayettevllle Me., where he announce the birth of an eight and for her home In Miami :
had spent the past two months On H. M. Brow--;; arrived Saturday )
one-tlalf pound son, Morris, in the after spending a few days with
the way borne he visited his sister Hunt hospital Tuesday.Mrs. Miss Henrietta Hartman. and Mrs. Roy NelU end from Marathon where he was station 1
Mia\ Mary Elizabeth Krome who three children arrived Saturday sent 1
1* employed on the government J. R. Bevls and her two Mr*. E.: H. Hlnet u spending I theweek from East Bend S C. They are
atatttleal board in Washington.Billy daughter, Moses Inei and Lucille, : at Miami Beach with Mr. occupying the Fred Brockett cottage I II
Arthur who had spent the returned Tuesday from Florence and Mn Newton Merrill on Tenth .&reelJoIn. I NARANJA
aummer in Lewes, Del. Joined him I _
Ala., where they pent two weeks
The Rev. and Mr Howard
in Washington and l lhaw
returned to with relative and friends. Lillian Albury of Rock, Mr. and Mn Casper Williams
el returned Monday from Miami
Homestead with him. Harbor is a guest at the Geo. May-' J
Beach where they had rented an returned from Clark vlUe,
Mrs lone Hill and her two children nard home on Avenue B.
apartment for six weeks while Pa, where they spent three month
Mn J. L. Burton, Mia Miriam Helen and Susan, who spent their children, missionaries to Japan I at their summer home
Burton and Joe Burton returned the summer In Abbeville, S. C., i Mrs Wm. Knight returned Tuesday I
grandchildren were
Thursday of last week after spend arrived In Homestead last week' isdJ: 1 from Key West where she Mr*. H. IL Graham, Mn T M.
ing three week In Columbus and to visit at the home of Mrs Hill' had been visiting since Srpt 1. I Brown, Miss Mary Ann B".wn,
Atlanta, Ga., and Asheville and brother, W. Maxwell Smith, before J. E. McCautryT South Dade John J. Brown and H. H.. IInd,i U J.
Hendersonvdle, N. C, Mr. Burton they returned to Miami Beach. vice-president of the parent Dade I, Mr. and Mr. Harold Brenner I Graham attended the flint i ,1 1 of t
joined his mother and sister at County Townsend dUb in Miami, of Rodland moved into the Horace I the veterans in WoodlAwn ( ine- J
Atlanta where he has been attend- Dr. Wm. Dobes, member of Emory has been on the sick list this week! Potter cottage on Broadway re- tery Sunday. t
ing summer school at Emory University University faculty in Atlanta_ from post-hurricane overwork on I cently. --- t
I U spending the week with Mr. and his home property In South I I Mr*. Oeo. DeFreew, he son
Mrs. J. I.. Burton pattah Gardens, but is Alia-I The Woman' Foreign Missionary Wilson, and daughter AngtiUne,
Dr. Ira J. Haynes returned Sunday to be out and around again soon Society held Its September Mrs Paul DeFrese and son Tom
from Lake City where he Mrs M. M. Bigger returned '- I meeting :In the Community Church my. Mrs C. Chuck and Miss Lucille
spent a month undergoing treatment Saturday from Jacksonville where FLORIDA CITY Wednesday afternoon. An Interesting I Drlggen attended a beach I
at the U. S. veterans' hospital she was called six weeks ago because program presented Includeda party at Miami Beach Monday
there. Roy Haynes, son of Dr. and of the Ulnes of her dough I In. W. W. levers, Corrpondiiit: short number "Light In a Dark
Mrs. Haynes, returned Tuesday ter Mn Alice Brothers Mrs ,, .. Land", by Catherine Rohrer and Mr. and Mn. Wm. McGlnnis and
!from Richmond for a visit withttf Brothers has recovered and returned Emory: and Bobby Brandenburghave Eva and Alice Smith. Present their daughter. Miss licks MeGIniConUnuM ;
parents. to Homestead to spend the returned from Gay. Ga., were Mrs. B. W. Mulllns Mn, I ( M PM ".enl t
winter with Mrs. Biggers.Mrs. .
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Miss Marcia Brandon secretary
of the American consul: at Kingston T. B. Grantham and little
!. Jamaica pent the weekend son, William are spending the Have You Been in the Newlosner's t
with Miss Ela Arozarena. week with Mrs. Crantham's part \ '

eoti fa.Plant. City. ... '
Mr. and Mr*." Trsnk B.-Hoa| > ""'--
returned Monday front:Fort'My J. a Smith of Miami was 1* Department Store
ers. They went to Santiago Cuba, Homestead on business Tuesday. a
early in the summer and )left for .
fort Myers about a month ago. Miss Faye Thomas returned to
Jacksonville Wednesday after in the old Citizens Bank fiuildingtIf

Mrs. Geo. Smith and her son,I pending a month here at the homeof Invite
not in.
Lester, arrived Tuesday from Win- her aunt, Mn Mollie Thomas. we you come

ston-Salem, N. c., Where they have It's full of loads of new seasonable goods from Broadway to you.
pent the summer. Mr. Smith and Mrs. frank Skill her daughter
the other children preceded them Miss Elizabeth, and son, Frank, Ready to start school You can't afford to miss the values offered.
a week. Jr., are expected to return Sunday
from Washington, D. C., where We are looking for you.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lilts re-il they have spent the past six weeks

turned to their home In Miami visiting friend and relatives MAX LOSNER .(
Friday after spending two weeks ) .
at Lake Birch, Mbin, and two W. Maxwell Smith has moved I
weeks visiting friends in Chicago,I I the office of his fire, wind, storm I



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only 64 f of the good out of it . or measured tests have shown that the vitamins .
are given up by the vegetables eve .
docs he 89%
get over
these elements.
more, readily : i i

This chart is based on data compiled by .
look charts and cold
Most of us hate to at W.. H. Peterson and C A. Hoppert: of the ,

statistics but if you ire interested in the U. of Wisconsin and published by them in

hcalcb of your child, look at this . thejournalofHomeEconomigVoLIZNeia t

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1 ,1 ""........_.."...""__......_...... ..._.__.. 8 Other place we visited were We certainly appreciate this
4; swim to 0! rent to ; campfire operation of the Florida
I and Up at :45.. stew mills where ton .*. con A3 those who attended camp and Florida Mill M
RED LAND F. F. F/<; tto Service \
I Each latest made three field verted Into barrel, a crate mill had I good time and think we lion which makes this trip I ;" ,,
By Raymond Albright and Alvin during camp. We visited where block become veneer sheet benefited physically and other tor many lucky winner each tray, }
FrothereVOCATIONAL I denote National rant the U. and are then made .logo bent wise.

.......,.........-........................-- S. D. A. naval stores, and the experiment hampers and crate, a lumber mill to
In rich as
I station where we saw an which operate a way
: FORESTRY Ideal turpentine still which Interested utilize almost one hundred percent
CAMP the majority of the boy*. of every log brought to It, and WHEN MUM
: Forest a retort where "rich or "fat" plno
At the Oaceola National IIOTROLLSSUNDAY
We returned from our state vocational -
the stumps and wood are distilled so
w had a chance to Inspect
forestry camp Monday. is lost and 17 main
that nothing
and the
fire detection
t after two week of *- system
Sept. plea I obtained from the 12-1,6-7 P.M.
ant camp life at the permanent equipment for fir prevention andsuppression products are
and were shown Interesting raw material
160-acre camp site provided by
Florida Forest Service and the phases of forest management These field tripe were planned to
Florida MiUwork Association for and land-use planning. Also correlate with and supplement our White, whole wheat, rye

future Farmer and Boy Scouts we MW the most up-to-dot forest instruction In camp, which consisted cinnamon .
bread coffee rings
Identification, forest ,
who do good work In vocation tree seed extraction plant In of tree
forestry each year. The camp it the United State management, timber cruising buns on sale at
located at 0 Leno, on the Santa re We visited the nursery of vie (estimating), utilization (including -
River near High Sprlngi. I Florida Forest Service near Olus- turpentining), nuking forestry all grocers.
tee where we taw million of tool for cruising and estimating, 0
The tint of 1U kind wa I
camp I young tree which will be ready making map, and fire-control or-
held last year near Orange Park,
this winter to be planted out on ganization.
but this the Florida Forest
year thousands of Florida idle acre Competition between group
Service had secured I site for I I I Waldron'sCor Central Service StationG.
: by private owner cooperatingvlth consisted of sports-principally
permanent camp and built I large the forest service Here we, diamond ball and volley ball-
meta and recreation hall of lop i earned some Interfiling fact I I camp improvement contest, camp- Sings Highway A OU Dixie W. DRIGGERS, Prop.
the There will be
cut I
on property.
about how little trees got their fire stunts, singing music and PHONE 558-J, HOMESTEAD FLA.
plenty of cabin for the"boy Who 1
start In the world. "kangaroo court" by our own offic-
attend next year but this year we
lived In tent .., ,, ,, "lTT1mmnmmmn1llnl"'II"' ""'""'"" ." ,.".. ,..".....,." .....,..,."...,..'.......,.'.....,.." ." '..".."'..",,.
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We were selected by forest ser-!I :

vice representatives and our vo-

cational the agriculture camp this teacher year, on to the attend I ; ANew Kind of "Rent" Makes You ,

bam of our work in forestry durIng ; .
the past year.

About one hundred boy*-71 .
Future Farmer and 29 Boy ScouU the Owner of a Modern Home r
-were at camp this year. We were i
divided Into three group, accordIng -
to the section of the state from .:
which we come and named North
Forest South Forest and Weal
Foreit. This gave u* convenient
group for Instruction and competition -
of various tort We were C7t =
in Camp Three of South Foreft.
There were various type of competition -
between the forest One
of the molt' interesting was the

publication of I newspaper from _
each foreit We were pleated that

ours, "Knothole News", won the
tint prize. When it came to camp
inspection every morning our
tent always ranked near the top.
We won tint place, several time

Our comp work wa arranged to
I daily schedule. Reveille wa at
8'30;: breakfast at T: camp cleanup
from g to 0< instruction from 11 to Y

tl:49: ; morning swim to 12; mew Mrs m -
to 1 o'clock; rest to 2; instruction rpow .n '
for I _

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Lady Attendant

Plume 5-R Homestead Fla.

DR.M.A.BERGERDentist ,

i ATBE ,ea'.* been hoping ta build I new home er .
36 N. Krome Avenue
: buy a home-and thought you couldn't afford It ",,, .
Upstairs Maybe you awn your own home-but U need repairing
remodeling nodernlilng'. '\ '1
t Office Hours 8:30-1:30
This year..berime *f the national Homing Act you can repayment: base on your Income are figured to Include
e OPEN EVEXIXGSBY put your plan Into ACTION. Insured Loan now make rthln-IDtena&, principal, taxe*. Insurance premiums.

APPOINTMENT: It possible for nytfno with good credit standing and a And the monthly Installment are spread out over a p,

regular Income U build or buy a home, refinance II> home conveniently long time *o that yea can repay the loan
or remodel a home Ihe Insured Mortgage Flan leads a* easily a* yon new pay rent 1 1s'

: to debt-free ownenhlp gn a payment bull that la similar If yon already own a home you can protect your Investment \

to paying rent Here' how the plan work! by making necessary property repair and

DR. B. E. GATLIN Improvement*-new plumbing beating, lighting new
Ten Invest a* a "down payment" at least It per cent of and modern equipment-all the things that''make a
the coot of bone and lot (If lot worth that
yon own a house home.
If good
a you have a regular Income and
DentistOffice : much, you need not Invert any cash.) Then arrange for an credit itandlng but haven't sufficient cash on hand to
Insured Mortgage through Waclal InaU-
any would
make all
the home Improvement you
in Hausman Bid?. j station e-operatlnr with the Federal Housing ,, q 0 like you can borrow UP to (2,000 uDder the
Administration. This will take ear of the
Modernization Credit Plan. Now yon can make
ltala--.lor yea can new borrow up to SO .
your home more livable- nd take up I* five
Phone 85 : per cent of the appraised value ef a home-on
year to pay for repair and new equipmentFay

HOMESTEAD.: FLORIDADR.R.S.AKERS I. one insured mortgage === by the month out of income while you '

This new kind of lean differ from the old- enjoy the Improvement.

; fashioned mortgage that eat np Interest, ha Ask any approved financial Institution hew yea
to be refinanced every few year, and rarely can build or boy a new home-refinance. or mod,
J I* paid la full! Vader this new plan, monthly cruise your present bemel' -
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.: t'I

office Iloarat a. m. to 1 p. m. Horne Co. inc.

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September-1h( lU85. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Seven
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trlct with Tan am1 Trail. George Mayor Bird to Address ouuur a* possible of the elubs 500 will hold its regular] meeting on
} DADE RESCUE Wskefteld wa assigned. to the Local Townsend ClubAn t .MMn are desired to attend,I the following Sunday. Sept tt, hi
Job of getting the county commission bffion Noted yeaterday the Farm Life School auditorium \Itl
J, ORGANIZATION and the state) road deportment I addreee kr Mayor P. B. Bird, The Be Un4 Tawweoa Oikb I jatlp.ni. I
t to extend the beautification -' and the first public program of _____
of State Road 4-A into the.' the local band recently organiaed t
{ BACKED HERE southern end of the county He under the direction of Erdelle
will get In touch with civic tender Mutchtor, noted bandmaster o*
in the communities ol South Dade Miami, will feature the meetingof
(Continued,From p 1I_ QO) to obtain united effort in the direction the Homestead Townsend Club MEETThe iFr. ::1
another Homestead mon who ha of beautifying the highway in the Neva King Cooper School 1
\ been working practically continuously The club voted again to continue auditorium Sunday at a p. m. Other ,
in bringing wounded whole the work for water control numbers Include readings by
and dead out of the hurricane area and Acting President J R. Brook Mrs. S. L West and Lucille West Business Man'sREQUIREMENTS M
on the key. appointed Frank Skill Frank Rue Among important item of business -I ,
}'t/ Mr. Ivey pointed out that instead and II:. L. Hook, Jr, on a committee I to be disposed of at the meeting '
I",, qrat I'I of one heroically worked out- to get an appropriation for the I are adjustment of rules and I
beard motorboat at Snake Creek purpose from an appropriate agency by-laws to conform with the club '
I", Tuesday, the day after the hurricane of the federal government charter, recently received, and the I
' \ ,;iiolt i\\ there could have been a fleet On a committee to Investigate vending of a delegate to tin Townsend -
of powerful motorboats torn the feasibility of erecting a sign national convention called I
!\ Homestead alone; to! scour the board in Miami inviting visitorsto for Oct 24-27 In Chicago A*I "
shoreline on both sides ot the ke,... see the Redland District Mr '
t The reward is for those who :
sure meet
Brook appointed Chas T. Fucht, :,
.' He declared It his belief that fully man, British West Indies, report
100 more live could have been Jr., Paul Reynolds and C. H. Stet.
that this U the wont hurricane the demands of business.; >:
I\ lived by such prompt action, because they have ever experienced.
)\ wounded victim Could have On a motion by George Wake- "
:( field the club voted a resolution of
' been extricated front debris and
.6: mangrove entanglement that I thank to all those who worked in Have you enhanced your earning power t
: must have doomed them to a flow hurricane relief
and painful death while conflict'' The Rotary club Will meet at by placing yourself ahead of the crowd?
tog group of relief worker* bickered 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Joint session I t.We t.
at Snake Creek over who had with the Redland District
precedence of authority and rushed -II Lion Club in the Legion HalL can assist you to be an earner. Who :,
to get in the picture flapped There will be no noon meeting
by prea1 photo apherl. 'I 1 -, -'-"'---" r rI It Makes Them would prefer to drift. ; through life? t tI

Member of the CIA: Jointed, NARANJAContinual I I,
out at this point that it would be' ..
j< necessary to have unquestioned' --1---( from: Pap Five) I All Lay Eggs! The opportune time for starting your '
i'li authority delegated to the leader '
of such I rescue organization, and nit, of Orlando arrived Tuesday I Good teed knows sw fcrwd.Lan business training is in the fall.
night to visit with Mr. and Mr*.
the committee wad instructed to Egg Mash makes th..
have this phase of the Project Investigated -i A. D. Fade and family until Saturday .II lay eggs-tnora egg all theyear
thoroughly Rotarian Mr. McGinnls Is superintendent around than you gC with A visit to us may mean much. It will cost '
of the Onando branch of
L. B. Sommen was appointed a
other ration can feed.
any you
committee of one to Investigate the General Public Utilities. It la a complete radon, tool you nothing. t tI
status of the proposed cotjstnicUon I No"......." to buy and mU
of a telephone line to the Redland Zollle Kyle spent Saturday and with It.Feed It just a* U COOM ,
Farm Life School It WM reported Sunday at his home here. He and tram the bag and watch jmtffrofitt
1es that the pole were In and all 115 other at Marathon went gran.DELIVERY,
f fI'
that was necessary I* f,the,telephone I ol1lnT hurricane without SERVICE f
company to string the wire by taking refugein
Mr. Sommen was authorized to a fishing club building. '
do a* he could to Promote completion MillcrFccd and
of the line at arf early date Mr. and Mr*, R. C. Jackson and Homestead Business CollegeSecond : ;
Tom Lindsay wa mad chairman family l are at home recuperatingfrom
of I committee that will leek their recent hurricane ex- Supply Co. Floor of the
the repair and resurfacing of the perience at Channel Five. Both n nfI
everglade section of Dome avt Mr. and Mn Jackson who were Homestead and South Miami IIOr..Bnildi.r.

true jhaUjtok,tht1 Bland bl4. born and reared in Grand Cay j ..


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men on the march call tt when

K they stop for rest and a cigarette.

Cigarette Halt. Pass around the 't

Chesterfields. It's a corking good '

cigarette. They have taste, yes, 1r

plenty of it, but not strong. '
s !g
Chesterfields are mild, but they

y+ are not insipid or flat. ,>b

i Pass around the Chesterfields All I








the that's MILDER '
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Pale Fight THE EADER ENTERPRISE Friday, SeptM1bfr 13, 19.15.r .


The third of the summer aerie _
I of recital by the Ensemble: Class,
r Social Events was last Saturday afternoonby The marriage" of I GOULDSIY.P.V. !
Campbell ot
u!* Long Fibtpatrifk. James HAS WIENER ROASTThe I II
and Miss Helen Lehman' Mill Bola Nell Tully ot I I, ,
Gould B. Y. P. U. held
and Ga., was a
whistler at the home of Mrs. R. Colquitt. I
the Broward County wiener roast at the home of Mr. ,

WILLIAM MILTON BRADLEY, JR., WEDS H.The FiUpatrlck.program was as follows: Fort Lauderdale *t and Mr F M Henderson recently.
Present were: the Rev. and Mrs.
MISS PAULINE CALKINS HERE SUNDAY Grieg ____ _"Sonata In E Minor 101Eu by County ene Judge W.Boyd; Noah Peterson, Mrs Curtis Lee,
"Andante" "Nlnu tto" -
-- "Allegro", bridegroom' brother, : Mrs. T. Wyatt, Miss Myrtle K r-
'Finale"Louie foot, Mile Carlotta Amex Miss
Miss Pauline Catkins and William of Mr. and Mr*. Wayne F. Calk, Long Fitzpatrick them to- Fort. Virginia Law, Miss Claudia Yates,
Milton Bradley, Jr., were ins who have made their horn WHlowby ___"Smlling Through TM bridegroom l* Miss Louise Yates, MIn Ethel Peterson
married at the home of Mr. Brad-' her for the past thirteen years Traditional __.Londonderry Air" eon of J. W. Campbell Mill Marjorie
ley's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. M. She was graduated from Hedlanc, Helen Lehman I pioneer. He was Laurel Law Miss CampbelLM1II
Bradley, Sunday morning by the High School and bi 133 receivedan i Henaelt ._..._.."Morning Song" 1930 from the Redland Campbell Mile Merle Mlzell Mildred Mist
Bev. Geo X. Deuel of Redland In L. L degree from Florida State Haberbler "Spring1 Awakening" where he tarred in Elmeda Roberta, Earl Tabor
the pretence of close friends and College for Women Tallahassee Grieg ______..._"Berceuse' baseball. He wi a Hilton, junior Billy i iJetersoo.
I Clyde Henderson
relatives of both families. The For the past two years she hal Chopin ___ .. ... ...Walte Op. 42 I the 1933 Bedland : J.: 'A.. J. '
Campbell. M.
ceremony was performed on the been a teacher in the Redland Louie Long Fitzpatrick : letio Club basketball
spacious porch under an arch of! elementary school. The guests were: Mrs. Ruth went to the final of the Campbell Billy Anderson Rudolph I
palms. Red radiance roses and The bridegroom was a star In Scott, Mr*. W. E. Rheney, Mr*. W. I Seaboard tournament Oossman Harold Brenner. I
Marion Henderson
palms formed an effective back- athletics In Homestead High L. ShackeUord, Mrs. Edward StU- Augustine, and hat Core. and Bruce
cr und. School, and In the University; of Ing, :Mrs. Clarence 1. Parman, Mrs. the leading diamond j
Miss Eloise Bradley, sister of Florida won the F In basketballand H. P. McDaniel, Mr*. Fred Redd, In the local league. He Nine'I I : ;1
the bridegroom was maid of honor baseball for three years. He Mr*. Lee H. Lehman, Mrs. Henry poral la the Florida i YOUNG PItOAU
and Gordon Ivey, his uncle, received a B. S. degree In agriculture Carter, Mrs. Kirk, Mrs. W. C. Roberts Guard and was a i CHURCH RALLY AND SUFFER
was best man. I from the college of arts Mrs. Bev Webb. Mrs. Wade Company A rifle team Sixteen young people of the I
and sciences at the university In Hunt, Mrs. Julian Webster, Elmeda rifle meet held at Silver Palm Community Church
Mrs. J. D. Redd played the
February of this year, and will Roberts Constance Scherr, Anna- Fla. this year. met Monday night for a rally and
"Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin"as I
teach la the Redland High School. bell Redd Teresa Redd; Coldlajrennell The bride Is a & I covered dish upper at the church !
the and the
processional during
The young couple left immediately Lou Belle Grennell Jean and Mrs. E. P. Tully, of annex. Plans were made for the J f
ceremony played. softly Wlttkop Schubert'l'Serenade" for Miami Beach where they I fat-man, Vsra Rheney, Anne 3a., and a graduate I reorganization of the Epworttj
sang are spending the week. On their Uieney, Lavina Kirk and Bessie bounty High School of I League The Rev. H. O. Cowan
i Lo\c You Truly" before the
return they will live In the J. T>. Roberts. She has been presided as chairman until James
cert mony I Redd apartment on S.Y.. First I Cozy Diner and the Hathaway was elected president
", The' bride wore an aquamarinetriple street.Others. HISS MART ANN BROWN Cafe in Homestead and Sue Rogers was elected vlce-preai-
sheer ensemble with white present at the weddingwere her home with Miss
HONORED ON BIRTHDAY den; Virginia! Delaney, secretary
accessories and a shoulder corsage : Mr. and Mrs. Alton Waldln dell.
Mill Mary Ann Brown's four- Dolores Cowan, treasurer; and
of orchids. The bridesmaid of Miami uncle and aunt of the teenth birthday. anniversary was They are at home to Yvonne Prothero. publicity direc
; ware a white crepe ensemble and bride, and their children Vincent, Celebrated Monday at a sailing 1765 W. Fleeter street
white accessories. The bridegroom's Alton, Jr., and Joyce; Mrs Sidney party given by her mother, Mrs. where Mr. Campbell 1s tor.Four committee chairmen are
mother was dressed In Calkins of Miami, the bride's In a chain grocery store.
John' M. Brown, and members of to be appointed to start work im-
ashes of roses linen and the bride'smother aunt; L. H. Calkin of Miami, her the Naranja Yacht Club. mediately.

In shell pink lace. grandfather; Teddy Calkin, her Mrs. Casper Williams assisted Stewardship of Plans were made for the first
Miss Kathryn Cast, assisted by cousin; Mr. and Mr*. A R. Llv- Mrs Brown In serving sandwichesand I Hooks on "Stewardship meeting to be held next Sunday
Misses Mary and Helen ngston, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Cameron punch and a beautifully decorated I yontinued on I'.M night at 7 o'clock.
served luncheon after Br.dle"j Mr*. Hugo Vlhlen, Mr*. Cordon birthday cake which Mr*. -
mony, Ivey, Mrs. Deuel, Mr. Bradleyand Williams had made
bride Is the elder Mr Redd.FAREWELL .
The Th other present were: Mrs. L.

0. Rogers, Mrs. Wayne Calkins, H.L .
HAVE KID PARTY FOR VERMONT TURNER lams, Mill Jennie Sue Rogers, b5oo DRU Iedici
Members of the Junior Woman'i Mia Tbelou Turner entertained! Miss Jean CAllUM, 'Hlaa Barbara
Club of Homestead enjoyed a kk with a swimming party and spaghetti -: William, Miss Mary France Ar-

party last night at the home of supper at the home ot her! hur.H, H. Graham. E. J. Graham, ,,w, ''' I
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Mr*. E. A Buchanan. Most of wU:1 parent, Mr. and :Mrs; Gee W., Jd... Hlckson, John B. Graham, \1 ,"f"'f''4, \;
member really looked like Turner, Jr., Monday night toe her, Jerry Uickaon, Genet Russell ADd .,
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tots and acted accordingly. As a brother. Vernon, who left 3ia*. Elchenberger. ..
surprise the committee in charge, for Lexington Vs., to TUeada'1
Mrs. Buchanan. Mrs. F. E. Dew- a freshman in MISS ESTELLE TURNER .
hurst and Miss Eloise Bradley, took Le University Swimming was NEW ABEME CLUB HEAD sari
the group to the "movies". enjoyed at the municipal pool and Mill Estelte Turner was elected
Afterwards, candy suckers ani- the supper was served buffet style. president of the Aroma Club to'

mal crackers and ice cream were Cards were enjoyed afterward. succeed Mrs. W. B, Caves, who resigned v .WHIN sQ? JtSLT THIS
served at the Dixie Dru"JD"I Present were: Miss Jewell Turner at a meeting of the club NEW STANDARD OF QUALITY
Miss Hazel Pennington Maurice held at the home of Mrs Green
LAWRENCE Jenneci, Herbert Farmer, Arthur Rives Tuesday afternoon. The
ENTERTAINS AT CLVB Henderson of Portsmouth, Va.,Al- mystery package was won by Mrs.
Edwin Lawrence gave I dancing vah Taylor Edwin McGarrah and Henry Brooker J,.
It's hard to believe that little 15
party at the Homestead Country the hostess and Mr. Turner. Present were: Mr*. E. E. Altman, as as
Cltii Monday evening for a groupof Mr*. B. G. Branch, Mr*. Annie
twenty of hU friend P.-T. A. EXECUTIVE!: Butler Mrs. W. H. Humphries years ago many simple remedies you find

Ha guests were: Miss Dorothy COMMITTEE TO MEET Mrs. Wayne Calkins Mrs H. O.
go indispensable were sold in bulk from
Cox. Miss Vera Parker, Miss Iva Mrs. E. J. Dyal president of the Thurman, Mrs Dexter Smith, Mrs.

Dyal Miss Helen West, Miss VIr- Homestead P.-T. A., announce*I Caves, Mr Brooker, Mrs. Geo. dirt filled bags and barrels.
ginia! Trick Miss Betty Bowen. that the first executive committee W. Turner, Jr., Miss Turner and ,
Miss Kathleen HIckey, Miss Hen- meeting of the current school year Misses Esther and Helen Livingston -
rlette Hartman Miss Faye Thomas. will be held Tuesday morning at The advent of Pure st brought about
Carl Deden, Marvin Pritchard, 10 o'clock In the teachers loungeof
Clayton Lehman Whitney Beam the Neva King Cooper School W. M. V. HOLDS the first real improvement in Pure-
Albert Rcitt! Gerald Walker r-1{ Important matter are to be discussed SEPTEMBER: MEETINGMrs.
ry Brown and Carson Malcolm said Mrs. Dyal. and a full O. A. West leader of W. M. test Packages there wai more than a'

attendance I* requested. U. Circle One, presented a program -

ENTERTAIN FOR ..-.-----'""....-.. on "Making Christian Ideal measuring: stick of dependability. Cer;
WILSON TURNIPSEED I Real" at the September meetingof
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Walton en- The Calendar the four circles the First Baptist tain standards were setup which then and
tertained Tuesday night for Wilson Church Wednesday afternoon.
Turhlpseed of Deal who came last Sept It-Meeting of Junior Mrs Edna Smith talked on today are far above requirements.. Ask
week! to visit their son, Billy, and Woman' Club of Homestead In "
remained until Wednesday. clubhouse at a p. m. your Rexall Druggist about Puretest
Present were: Mr.and Mrs. Walton IT of executive
Sept -Meeting
Mia Mary Francis Arthur,' committee of Homestead P.-T. A. OUR NEWEUGENE Products.

MM Nina Dyal. Billy Clark, Billy at 10 L ra. in teachers' lounge InNevt WAVE I
Walton and Wilson Tumipaeed.MR. King Cooper School.

AND MR*. IOMMERS Sept. IT-Called meeting of a MACHINE
GIVE DINNER PARTY E. S, In the Baptist Sunday: Schoolrooms I The Dixie DrugAnnie

Mr. and Mrs. I* B. Summers en- I* .4.l|>...* with voltaMtar M4
tertalned at a dinner In their home Sept IT-W. M. S. drew meet- HIM clock U lance safety sad I

Tuesday evening Mr*. J:. J. Dyal. !se... jwUtty ware ta tin f.p.wsar P Your Rexall Store .u.e
Misses Iv* and Mln Dye and, Sept. 1*--American Legion cowered *
"' Jack Jones Chart of .. I!
., and Edward disk luncheon at home ECGENBCmoQUQNOLB:
Clf Miami Mr*. Wm. E. Rheney at 12 o'clock. woe


THERM IOU $7.50-$6.5H5-.J.50

TUB IIEATERLEflft METHOD OF PERMANENT WAVING 0......, ., leaner Parlor Mayhew FitzpatrickGraduate

b Croquignole Spiral Combination $6 $7 Oberlin Conservatory and Royal

j I' 80APLES3' OIL CUAUFOO HAND AND; ARM MASSAGE? Barber Shop Conservatory of Leipzig
if.i FINGER WAVES-any style -10* AND
: Pat's Beatify: Parlor .3cauty farlo
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Friday, September 13. 193S. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pair Nine


UUlUlInlflllllllilllllllUlimmUlIIllm('BUY NO SCHOOLBOOKS POOL VANDALS Separate FERA Office To Show Larro Talkies t

Now Established Here At School llejr> Tonight }

I 1faaIeMeM ha lIMa give a .''allsUg pleases shaalag how lie
I separate FLU oA** with Mj*. lIMN feed milt and experiment
i iI I BOARD MEMBERContinued (Continued..... Pap One) I C E. Dunaway .f MteoBl as super i farm are operated will be shown \
e.a..tas how visor. Office' noun will be maintained I In the yon' King Cooper School
ten. nor. ON w ::: =.= I The beginner's test I*: Jump into ti.
dally In the city ball from audttetiwra at I o'clock tonight:
all..MY..a5_ .... 1s. tell i water over your own depth,
W sass r1.wa -- ( From Page One) S to IX Every step in the miffing of the
level off, swim 25 feet, make a
1915- I vide every; pupa In these grades. sharp turn and return U feet The hour of Mr* Jane Neabttt, feed and to the experimentationwith
f "
Sept t,
Grades below the seventh have the huge flock of chickens at
Girl PLEA nurse, will remain from I
who have passed this test
"Mr. and Mrs L. C. Smith entertained been receiving free text books Barbara I 10a.m.. the Lam tam i* shown.M. .
at dinner last SundayIn are: Bigger. Annette
honor of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. for several ;years. Campbell Elizabeth Hall Mabel Homestead.* formerly served E. Selby manager of the ':
Camden of Miami the following School busses have been author Ruth Pope, Either Bucket and I by; the Coconut Grove FERA of Homestead branch: of the Miller '

guests: Mrs. Vera Plerson, Mr. lied to bring parents M well is I Geneva Vana. flak of which Mia Ellen Knight Feed Co, said that a cordial Invitation
Hbble, Mr. and Mr W. W. Camden children from outlying; districts Boy* who have passed It are was supervisor Miss Knight ha to attend the talking picture\
i and Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Tay.N to the schools on Monday or Tuesday I Gerald Andrews, Harry; Brother, been transferred to Red Crownwork how is extended to customers, } I
as the school board I* asking Sam Biondo, Henry: Peters, Al- at Taveraier friend and the public la general. \
all parents to sign their children' fred Saunden and Perry; William ; \
Mr. and Mrs. Ennis and Mr. and I It'
f Mrs. Umphrey and registration cards, certifying that There are even requirement
t I Thursday; ; it Miami Beach.spent* they have been In the state of tor the whinner tat I t't't t
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Florida for It days prior to their
1. Tread water JO _dL
|*-"W D. Horn and family who
have been entry in school. This I* being inquired 2. Float motionless. FEW 1 ;
on an extensive auto
** a precautionary measure : 5. Perform plain front or racing
[tour covering six weeks Ii
or more,
have returned home." against the Introduction and dive In food form IN ORGIE (

"E. R. Woodbury: and family spread of Infantile paralysis and 4. Swim 100 ;yard, using side
and C. H. Woodbury have moved other Infectious and contagious and one other standard stroke I li!
out: to the letter's newly; acquiredproperty disease. The busses will make 5 Witness demonstration of *n
several trip on Monday and Tuesday :
: In the Redland District""The artificial respirator. et m mto toU 1 t
Rain and Shine Sewing for this purpose. I 6. Swim 60 feet on back using r

[Club met with Mr Lehman Wed. Presentation of birth certificates km only.
ay; of this week it began a will be required of pupils T. Recover object In C to 8 feet I

[business meeting, and election of enrolling for the first grade. The of water by; mean of a surface Come :

|officers a* follow: President, Mrs county board adopted this rule dive.
[Lehman; secretary: ; Lena Fuchs; Wednesday to curb the practice of Eleven girls and 18 boy had and Iff tu sAouryou Ao**to

[ treasurer, Bessie Harris. They ambitious parents In enrolling passed this test successfully; ;yes
I have decided to have an "at their children In school before they I terday.
Valentine's Day; to home"I'on have reached the age of six years. The girls are: Mary; Adams, Miry;

[work. The next meeting will beheld Member of the board estimated : France Arthur Barbara Bigger, Saving with Norg I* a matter

( at R. H. Fltzpatrlck's on the I that In addition to preventing talIuree.and Margaret Berger, Catherine Marsh, of lowered refrigeration eoeta- ..
15th." overtaxed mentalities Jean Pirmin, Phyllis Pirman, (

.+-"Geo. W. Kosel and family later, this rule would cut down the Dorothy; Sykes, Evelyn Syke,, more thrifty buying of food It
week-end enrollment several hundred and Eunice Walker and Lucille West
|the at their .pe'j
Ion the Florida City canal" thus permit a saving of rooms The boy who have passed the all depend upon the surplus powered

and teachers that are badly neededfor swimmer's teat Include: Preston SoBator cold-making mech

--,"." ...................."...".,..... legitimately entered pupils. Bird, Archer Brannen, Robert
Children who will be six )'earel i Caplinger Billy Clark, Otha anlsra-exclusively Pars Com ,
SOCIAL EVENTS old before the end of the first half Hackler, Howard Lamb, Jack Mc-
in and get the factor I
""' .-............................................................ of the school year are eligible for I Michael Wm. Me Michael Low
enrollment Matthew, Paul Rue, John Syke. .
Continued from Pate; Eight) Registration will tart at 8:30: a.I Robert Syke, Billy Watson Thos ,
tnte"; Mrs. F. L. Irwin, on "Stew-
Elbert West William and
m. Monday; and continue until ; A
ardship of Time and Opportunity";
sundown (about 825 p. m.), according Lester Archer.
Mr .
Bigger ofPossessions"
[ on "Stewardship :
[ ; and Mrs. Altrnan, on to an official announce- Only; and two Robert person Sykes, have Dorothy Name Contest Extended :
made en*
The Reward of Stewardship." ment by County Superintendent Ibm \ ,
for the life .
Cha M. Fisher Registration Junior saving test
r.rr. S. L. West and her daughter will be resumed at 8:30: and John Fredrick is the only candidate Ue are going to continue our name genteel for it days, la le"i
Miss Helen, sang a duets Mr*. and continue for a senior life saving 10, In order that be many person now returning from their vacation -
Tuesday morning
IW. R. Cheshire gave the devotional til un- badge. may help.. name our new Nort store. :
EandMrs. Katherine Pickard madea noon.

prayer for deeper consecration. There will be no school Wednesday Theodore Franklin $73.00 IN PRIZES 4
in order to Iiteachen
WOODMEN'S CIRCLE time to complete schedules and Ranks High as Camper 11 Prime-f 2&14 cash. !'t
tad Prise-IU. S Universal Electric: Waffle Iraa lad Sandwich :
[GIVES CARD PARTY make Inventories of the used text --- )
I Royal Poinciana Social Circle, Theodore Franklin of Mr. Toaster 't
books brought in by; pupils on I
Ird Prise-$9 S* Combination Doable Rlue Tb aid Table
[ tV. C., held a benefit bridge party Monday and Tuesday; and Mrs. P. J. franklin, ranked flit PriM-1595 Inlvenal Automatic Electric: Iron
',t the home of Mr. and Mrs MIB. Pupils will be free to leave on second In the vote for honor camper ilh Prise--IJ.58 Universal Electric Toaster

: Studstill Monday evening Monday; and Tuesday; as soon as at Camp Cloudmont in Men- 'in PTIie- 15.50 Universal Electric Toaster
Prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. they; have been registered and tone, Ala, this summer. His score Nil Price-135* Universal Heating Pad ,.
fli. A. Cameron and Mr R. L. their used text books checked in.Pupils WM only; one point below that of Std Prise-13.S* Universal Heating rdth
r Godwin. the winner. $ Prlie--ltS Universal Toaster
who bring their books In on
11111 Prise-$J. S Universal Toaster
Others attending were: Mr. and Monday will not have to reportat .
i Mrs. Frank Belt. Mr. and Mrs. A. the school again until Thursday M. E.Jastor to Begin Anyone ever the ace ef IS residing In the territory from Perriae '
south this contest. Should prise winner decide to
mar enter a purchase
J. Brady Mr*. Ada Young Mrs morning, but those who do not Revival in PrincetonThe
a N'orie refrigerator he may turn In the prise won fer doubleIts :
; F. S. Scherr, Mrs Alice Walter, bring their books on Monday will value on the purchase price of the new Norte. Entry blank }
Miss Mildred Smith. C. T. Hrrper be required to report back with Rev. H. O. Cowan, pastor may be obtained from
and Mr. and Mr*. Studstill. them Tuesday I of the Silver Palm and Perrlmi i

_"-.;;.-;;;;;;;;;;;.-:::;;;:.:::..,.......... I I On Thursday; regular classroom Methodist churches, will begin a MRS. GEORGE CHINNERS ;
work will begin. ,revival at the Princeton church
HOMESTEAD 4-11 CLUBBy I L. B. Sommen, principal of Sunday evening at 7 o'clock Weeknight Homestead Norge Representative \ (

Leola Llttlto Homestead and Florida City services will be held at 7:45. I KROME AVE. !
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"" NNYNNINM.NNNNN"The ,, schools and Carl Wagner principal The public Is cordially Invitedto
4-H Club Tuesday; after- I' of Redland Farm Life school attend these services. '

noon answered roll call by; telling I have announced faculty meetings --- -- -- -
of home Improvement work. Mr*. j for 10 a. m. tomorrow In the auditorium ;
Carbon checked all record of their respective schools. 'j

:, Each girl was weighed by; I I

Brown. book"j Mrs. Cartoon Fern Robertson, ,
Rally Day will be Lou Belle and Ooldla GrenneU,' I

first of October. Each Elizabeth Katherine and Lucille I,[ Brooker Lumber Co. Inc. :
has won first on any; article must Rose Bllalto, Thelma and
bring It btog the Rally Day meetIng Mary a''d Mavis Mfetts, AnI ,
I to be held In Miami. nabell and Teresa Redd, Merle,
Mrs. Carlson gave out pot bold-i Jenkins, Eloise, Norma and "
er patterns and booklet and I the Coalman, Helen Ra-I PHONE 62

,, taught us how to make a kitchenutility Katherine Orfanedea, Julia

out of license plate. Mn.1 eel Sullivan,. PriiciUa Freed and
Brown judged the buttons Leola Little. I

dolls I Everything for the
The doll winners were: Leola I d

Little, first; Norma Coalman, sec 1 PERMANENT !
ond; and Eloise Cosiman, third. I :
The button winner were: Leola WAVING i I ': \" BUILDER : a

Little, first; Katherine Orfanedei I

second and Rachel Goasman, i Croquignole or Spiral ; :
third. The kitchen utility winners i 0'
"r were Priscilla Freed, Katherine i $5-00-$7.00 ; c '
Qrfanede and Fern Robertson
Julia Frances Sullivan and I ,NEWEST METHODS OF HAIR ,.

Merle Jenkins gave a demonstration AND EYELASH TINTING .

salad..of the making of pineapple I 1 Finger Wsvlo -Facials % have application blanks for '

The host hostesses win be announced I Mantowtao-Mareellng .

at Rally Day. ', by experienced operators : government loans
The best record books were''
those of Fern Robertson and Katherine ': ; I Tear ...Location \
Orfanedes. I
Julia Frances Sullivan, Thelma MAE MORRIS BEAUTY
Radford and Merle Jenkins, the *It I

hostesses, served punch and cookie 13! SHOPfE : ,
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Flower B dr. Phone W4-W 'I
Those present were: Mr. Brown,| : ,
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Continued from Par One)
the recommendations; of Commit-
sinner of AgttMUOft Mayo pr.e. o
tic.llly without chaw, and adopted
the United States standards of
glides sweep where the U. A An Advertisement. Is
rule conflict with Florida laws in a
Nut Florida law says all fruit net
U.. No. I end Us. N. 8 shall be "
flH.*ed u culls where the U. S.
ruin to that they hall be CIIIIad"unclaMltled"
Inspection WM to begin 72 hour
from the time the meeting WH Welcome Message.
held, which WM Wednesday tnomint :
Winter Haven was one of the
fiat places to hip Inspected fnllt .
The Ooulda member of the commission -
attended another meeting
of the board held et 10 a. m. In
Lakeland Wednesday
Dade County ii In District Five,
represented on the citrus commission

Beach by John M. Knight of Vero There has been a time in almost everyone'slife

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REMAND DfSTRICTTEACHER LIST when he didn't know where to buy certain

(Continued From Page One) things-where to get certain articles of dependable -

have a combination of the over- .........
.IH'a .t.
flow from two Mrs Pauline
grades; '
Calkins Bradley Sth grade, :,, merchandise and reliable workmanship.
Mrs Anna Carter, 8th grade
ItedUnd Junior and Senior High

Carl Wagner principal; Mite .......Iii. 'i!
Alma Anderson commercial sublest -
., Paul Baker, history; C. R' ;,
(:uHerldge. physical education and
,,,,.ch; Charles. L. Ooley .'
in itks Mrs. Often Rives,
; math.//
"n ii, and study hall teacher; YOU WOULD HAVE WELCOMEDAN
T otter manual training: Francis I ;
1 Les rmoi o, EngllHh and social science -
M. A Bilker, vocational agriculture -
; Mm Marguerite Good-
in.in, English and girls' physical ADVERTISEMENT EXPLAINING -
education: Mrs. Helen Magee, j
Spanish. Mrs Ruth Partee, beeneconentitds .1in.-1'Ur All
If ; Horace F Mitchell rAn .
mathematics and English. Wm.
Bradley agriculture and physical EVERYTHING" ... .. .'1
education: Miss Ellen Nyberg.
" music
' Homestead Colored
w Roble George, principal; Harrl1 -
, 1 ette M. Turner; Sidle L. Waahlng-
ton. Dorothy E. Turner; Eunice advertisement that told you where to get
" M Tanner: (L B. Sommers, su-
I| f'l"vt.11IJI principal). :: ; :
, Goulds Colored : :.; what you wanted. Every day there are people in
M David Dobbs, principal, Victoria

I Robinson fcldor. Louise"Ophelia Hampton.Wilson; (Bessie L. B. '-"':;" this same position. They want to buy, they must

S Sommers REDECORATING-, supervising- -STORE prtnclpel.- ) have certain merchandise and naturally they .

The grocery store of P. J. Franklin -
Inc.. U undergoing complete want to buy where they can buy best. \.
repainting of the Interior and the .... .
.uklition at ahelves of mod- .. .
many \\10 -ylflv'4r i I. I ... a .i f p,
et n di-nlgo

CITY DRAYHERMAN I For this reason always* pays the merchant

WATTS. Prop. I to&et his message to the buyer by the best methodthe
Hauling of anT kind at any I

ka'PHONE time. Bate deliver 513-W,uar.- I method that has proven its right to leader-

ship by the results obtained-through the columnsof
VV. Maxwell Smith'I

the home The
INSURANCEFIRE. newspaper. LeaderEnterprisereaches t

Phone ....::11t I those in the Redland District who want .: '
Office In MeOronr Arcade I j

_""__N""m..__ I to buy and are in a position to buy-it reaches

Edward Real Estate Stiling I: every postoffice and covers the rural route thor-

General Insurance oughly.
Paint Ate and Am B s

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Notary Puklle I j jI

W. Krorne AT.

JOHN 0. [ MOST NO. 43 I
Meets rat<< Mid IhM ffedanday '
s p. .. Aewrfraa Leghw BM.,
oW pmt algae) goal Ream"ft.
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55. [''Friday, September 13, 1935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE rage Eleven

a. m.; preaching service oA first :

third aad fifth awxlaya a* U a. 1

The m. and p. m. I


Florid eu'.v.. Edith: RATE: First {MMttoa 10* 'a UM; ubM4u nt Insertions

BAPTIST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Tamblyn, pastor. Sunday school. I 8f 1i+M _

2-30: m.; prettthkkj Ml ant I ---
toneslead-Tbia Rev C. Nfatter \ rF
pastor. Sunday school ala I Hameatead-,The Rev. Howard p. 'm.; Young people1 anacttag, FOR RENT HEMSTITCHING while you wait '
s m. Preaching at 11 a. m Eckel, paator. Sunday school at 7:11: ; Junior metttkg iM TuaMtay; Slinger sewing machine and re-

It 11 p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 7p.m. MS: a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m prayer meeting ':11 m. TtNM- SCAJUTOD PINE LAND for pairs. M... Wm. H. Booth,

Ir services Wednesday at 8. and 7:30 p. m.; N. Y. P. 8. and day. toe rest had Link nomaatoad. I ac ese Micro F. E. C. station !11

aouJdThe Rev. Noah Peter- Junior meeting at tM p. m. PRINCETON: M. E. CHURCH (pe80)FOR 1 I {

'psstor. Sunday school at 10 Prayer meeting Wednesday evening WANTED 1.I 1.
7:30. RENT--Store it 99>> KNOW : .
jn.; preaching at 11 a. m. and Sept IS-Revival service
Aft. large room In bock. Running -
0pm.B.Y.P.U.at6:80) ; : p m. by the Rev.. IL 0. Cowan begin I Ifhtr. State condition and pri<<'. i
Sept. IS-The Rev. W. O. water. See Mr*. Eva Col-
r service at 'JO p. m. Wed.y. p. ... E. A Bailey Homestead Route :
Luallea, artist evangelist and f Iln*.
1. (Pow)
Mrs Luallen begin a two- PENTECOSTAL
FOR RNT-I'\Im1llhed apartment -
IL Sept. IS-Morning aermontflam' week meeting
RAGS WAN'rED-The Leader-
Dr. J. B. Tower Homestead
Goalda-Rev. C. C. Hanaberger. -
Prayer") evening aer-
Enterprise will classified
meat "The Conaumatlon of Princeton-J H. Benson, pastor. pat_. Sunday School at 9.45: ; Fl*. advertising or subscriptions swap liar
Sunday School at B 45 preaching at 11 and 7:30
: a. m.
; preachingat p. .
e i Age. LAND FOR RENT-tomato or potato wiping ..... 7c a pound allowed -
10:45: .. m. and 7:80 p. m. m.; Young people' meeting at 6.30;
(lads. Hain't been funned for clean ragu white or color
CATHOLIC Junior meeting at 6:80 m. Ladles' Tuesday
; youngpeeple'a p. prayer cjrcle
in 3 yean. Preston Lee Goulds. ed. Knit underwear preferred.
meeting at 630.: Prayer at 2:30 p. m. Mid-week prayer -
of the Sacred HeartE. (p.n
Church Second avenue, Homestead-; meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. service Thursday at 7:30 p. m. I FIVE ACRES rock land for rent

FOR SALE O. H. Ritch. (paM)
the Rev. Alfred McDonald, pastor. EPISCOPAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH i

Sunday mass at 9 a. my week day I
8t John's-303 S. Krome avenue Homestead Krome 4-H O O M modern unfurnished I
mass at 7:45: daily. Sunday school avenue at REAL ESTATE
Homestead. Minister in N. 16th house on Krome Ave., garage.
Saturday at 8 a. m. Sunday school street Sunday school at

unday following 0 o'clock mass. charge, the Rev. Edgar W. Wil- 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m.PIRITUALiST4TEMPLE Also REAL ESTATE! -Those who want
cock; lay reader, Joseph Gauzen -ROOM furnished modern MUM I
Communion for women the first I to buy or aell Redland Dhrtrict i
Sunday of month; for men and Second Sunday each month cor- $ OF in Redland. garage Also I real estate will find up-to-date
TRUTH 4-ROOM furnished cottage In Red-
porate communion for month
boys, the second Sunday of month. ; holy listings In our office. Many of

Holy hour first Friday of month ..communion) a, m. Sunday; school' Homeatead- \clof' Miami land, garage. Also I these listings are still at subnormal -
10-ACRE hole farm land and
at 9.45: each Sunday. Church services pot
at 7:45 p. m. Mans first Friday at Spiritualist Temple of Truth, InWoman' A-room modern house, garage.W. price We shall appreciate -
Sunday each month. ,
Benediction of the either Inquiries ur
:30 m.
a Club, 410 N. W. Eighth M. Brodie Redland. (i3U) your
Blessed Sacrament; after man. EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN avenue. Men' Bible clan and I your listings, all of which will

young people' I lyceum<< at 7:15: p. FOR SALE-Good milk cows gov have our best attention Now lathe
"' The first Friday of the month St John'*--Redland; the Rev. m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobsqn tested for Bangs disease and TB. time to buy. a W.: Morris, ,

during summer, maaa will be Ceo. M. Poth, pastor. Sunday associated with H. A. Cameron -
at 743: ; lecture and message at Also yearling does. Must tell. now
Celebrated at 7:41<< a. m... The school each Sunday at 10 N. W. let St. In Citizens
a. m
8 p. m. by the Rev. Sada Hobson. N. Luckey, Silver Palm Dr.1 ,
Heir Hour will be discontinued English service on first Sunday of mi. W. of Krome Humeitead. Bank Bldg. Phone 72.
)antil October. each month at 3 p. m. and German COMMUNITY: MEN'S BIBLE (pait7) -

', service on third Sunday at 3 p. CLASS ACREAGE AND PROVES:
White Stone M. E. Church building .
PLANTS. Make In Redlands properties. Q
Florid City-Broadway and MATO reservatloni !
Sixth street Sunday school at METHODIST EPISCOPAL -Sunday; at 9:45 a. m. Non- now. Plant ready for Purchaser are in MIAMI M

denominational. International lessons planting next week. Finest of, list with a broker you know to ;
R45 a. m. for pupil under 20
yean Florida City Community Church
used. Those not attending seed beds Jay Simons, Silver I be a REDLANDS BOOSTER.
service at 11 !
jf morning
-the Rev. M. A. Soper
pastor. other schools In-
Sunday cordially Palm and Richard roadi. Send your listing'.with trgal
o'clock. Wednesday evening serJvkej I
Sunday school at 9:30 a. In.;' vited. of land. terms
which include testimonial (13o-a1l) description price, ,
preaching at 10 a .m. and 7:30:
p. and I will curt
etc. postal ;
[of healing and experiences and remarks m. Church night Wednesday at NONDENOMINATIONALPRAYER
FOR SALE Rebuilt Fordson or give full Information to J. H.
[ on Christian Science, 8 SERVICE
7.30 '
: Tractor with complete NEW Brooks Homestead.
I (Dick) ,
m. The public I* cordially Invitedto
attend. Redland Community China-" Bible study and prayer service I engine auembly. $271. Redland I II CHARLES I. BROOKS

the Rev. M. A. Soper, pastor, Sunday -I conducted by the Rev. H. E. Bergof I Motor, Inc., Phone SI 128 N. B. First St.. Miami

|) Sept IS Lesson-sermon school at 10; preaching at 11. Miami at home of Mr*. O. L (a3o- 20) with South Atlantic Mortgage Co.

topics "Substance". Church night,, Thursday at 730. Gault every Friday at S p. m. FOR SALE-A non-realdent
I wishes to tell -room cottage on
lot 18(41 feet. Muit be cash (
of fa Tu Dad)
Native AwllraMoo. *
Homestead-First avenue and Moth of Application for Tu Dead deal. Deed and abstract fur- Motto. la korobr elves! that C. A. c""" ..
N. W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunt rs, White Stone! Church-Home- Notloi< b heroism sires that GMW O t nlahed. Call at Fredrick Shoe' hew boldrr M welcome, of Hut and County
Macro, holder .. awl| at City of KkiMh Numb.real dead the
'Jl Jlilter. Bible study at 10 a. m.; stead; the Rev. A. A. Koestline, Tan CwtlflMW. Numbed IM' IKS, dated I Shop, Home tead (II 8-d) I Tu lid Aw Certificate of Anfuot, A. Dn Still(, tat HMMM

communion fellowship and pastor. Sunday school at 9.30: a. the lit day at Joan. A. D. ml. kM 'I..... CortttlraM In nr .irtoa, and hoi 1 1e..1.
Mid Certificate In mi .11.... and kM FOR SALE-Iron wheel 12 avplfeotk for Ui to .-.N I
preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 mad, ippHMtloii for MI dead to Mar wagon UwraMl U ... .. ...H..: twill
f 7.30p.m. Prayer meeting Wed- p. m. Junior League at 2:30: p. thereon I* wmruim with .... said Inch tread. Fine for soft land. Certificate embrace tin Howlnt .Lrrib .
Certificate MibrxiM the. folkiwln dmrltod .. ..... Ie ., ,,.
Tractor hitch. Preston Lee > 4 property .1. I** Co "
netday at 7:30 p. m.CHCRCH n.; Hi League at S.43: p. m.; Senior property lllMUd. In Dads counts, FlorUi, FI.....*. ....11 I
League at 0:30 p. m. Prayer meet o-wlti Gould (pall Rae 791 n NK'lr: ..f IntonwIkiK of
Lot IS, Block 91. Hialeah lot W n4 n UK. r
OF GOD > ing at 8 p. m. Wednesday. In the City of HialMk." Cvuntr W DM. FOR SALE guaranteed cheap W% tt BWH W 4T d.e Ml Mil. N 10* i in
state of FlorUa.Tb Mill, ktea lln. if
.' Dolead-608 N. W. First Sept. -Morning menace Monnvnt of-- Mid property under I mule. Ceo. Smith N. W. 8th N 41der.,'N. a, .1..... hid M It.. loot '.
\,avenue; Fev. Ceo. Lorton, pastor. th. Mid Cnttftrau word. WM In UM MMof atreet (pa27) I .W-J.w: II
"Transitory Tears" evening UnbMWh U.l.. MM C..tUk.to (.Mil and ';1I'&W:o; .aI.w"l:::( UM
( Sunday school at 9:45: a. m.; message by Allen West local ho lodMUmd oMardlnff to law. too dMd .calks to mot ltd fl IvaW UM f preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. will toatM tkMmi 01 Uw till oaf ol Octo. I Ibn LOST F L C. ,. 1* Section .'. Township.
theological student one of A. D. It... I M _.. ".nn, SI KM, miulnbit. X ala
m.; Senior C. O. G. Society 8.30: p. Homestead' awn bated this 4th day of September A. J). I IB. AOIM. maim mr DM I .tmlr ,
m.; Intermediate C. O. O. S. In ... LOST-month ago, year old pet t*4*. BUM of Mw*.
II. B. LSATHERMAM, Clark" coon. Reward. Notify C. En- I The. amrm.si parsonage 6.20: p. m. Mid-week Silver Palm Community Church nIt Commit Dad fleshly, { MM bard WM n the tam. *
:y prayer service at 7:30: p.m. Wed- -the Rev. H. G. Cowan, pastor. I Hr M. C. atonwtt D. C.Chun CI"'I quilt, Homestead. (pa20) I DMramit QuarriM law Wilson. MM (>rtUtaU -
Court _I. bell IM ntnmtt mUera to law,
!; neiday. Sunday school every Sunday at 10 (...... a. II 10. 51: Oot. 4) MISCELLANEOUSPIANO t..t will b 'M llHiraixi m Uw lllk
September. A. I>. msUI .
; 25 SQUARE MILES OF FARMING LAND I TUNING and repairing. Dated l"*. Wit flat day of Assert. A. D..

Ii Good used piano for sate cheap.W. at" co.r4 I>o4a FU.fftemtt lit.or .
i E. Koon, 115 N. W. 3rd St. N. C. n f;
CI..1t c..... 5.al
I RELIABLE WATCH REPAIRING.W. (A... lt. 10: .... 9. II. SO)

Cleared Farming Land I H. Wood. McCrory Arcade. I Matin of Application for Tai Pond
Nelks' 10 hereby a"... that' J. M. 'IV It.nn
Moor aa aaal/1.noa of State and C,..,
LEGAL NOTICES I Tu Corttflrau. Nimib.r.d I4IM ..IM..Il
) l ... fib day of Aow"" A. D. IMS. ka fill 4I
: I Nuke at Application for Tae DsdNoce. I I.... Corlirtratt to mt olTloa. and kaa .alek

M The South Dade Farms Inc. has modern land- Allot' ..... rapt in hereby boldora.1 aa_amtaaooi that I. of P.SUM and _appl/eatlos.... with for too.law send BaM to low.VarlU.therecit.... 0."In.
\ .
a 3, and Cwnl Ta. Certificates Nambrnd harm. she Ullowdns dm lbed page sty
77 HI and HIM, dated th. Ilk dar of AnnA. sltentd\ In Dada ConnUr Hares U-wll'

5 clearing equipment at the disposal of our customers K .: IMI... and le milled mid ada lortUleaioi amlhaiki 4.Lot A *II.,...Black. Plat I Bouk, OaM U SuWivtalm ten(01.. In., M.tic,

for ... dead .. b... tkiiwan to auaoTdanoi C7.a.ip of Dada, t Sten of P1.0W.. .
The' nMoMiMn af mid aamnnr
with law. Said CorUfkMaa aanonoa the :
J following _I.... Ntusuds I Sixd/ C etltkma. in" wm 1. .
at a very nominal cost. Our equipment w Dada c-.t,. Florida, t..wttt |i of Unknown. UnloM saw Certificate xknllI
Lot *. Black. I. New' Silver c.... aRrubd. I ka ndmmed aaaordln to law. Mi.dead writ
.. Plat Peat IT. Fan 4. to W bar thereon M tko lad day af Ortukr.. A.

: 6 is handled by experts and satisfaction is guaranH Covntr In al tit ConlfloBl.Ua.aald.. (property tala No.of 17111.Florida vadrr,the"aa...aaMConlflroM .no.aoHniMrt nkniord -.I I D. 1111.Do"IL title... Balk LEATHEMIfAIi.day at A....Clark.. .. D.d less rib.MN .

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t, Paw Twelve THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Friday,September 13, 1936.

i LOCAL PASTORS',School Board to Take Up Work I tion for__. the handicappedcases ..'.. 7,300 Legion Election Post to Wednesday Hold

'. Alk Of Rehabilitating HandicappedA $9,800

AND RABBI READ ,A broom ft***** for the Mini Annual election el officer will
department of 9OCaUonal-rehabilitation tion agent, Central Grammar wall faWMIeheil in Miami u a t* held Wednesday; night by: the
u for service to trip- School building, Miami. rektt of work don by the vocational John O. {HUey Poit of the Ameri-
: RITES AT PYRES pled and otherwise physically Until Sept 1.this vocational rehabilitation rehabilitation department can Legion in the Legion buildingon
handicapped persons was established service wa*carried on under the old act-up, Mr*. Walker South Krome avenue. Official
by the Dade County; boardof by; the rCRA but it was discontinued aid, and It will be the aim under urge that all members of the post
(Continue from Tate One) public instruction In conjunctionwith on that date. The work the new let-up to continue efforts attend and cast their votes.
failed to i
of Homestead volunteer the City of Miami and the was taken over by the school board toward making the physically; The colors of the Homestead
reveal their bodies. All members state and federal government on under the following plan of financing handicapped economically inde- I Legion Auxiliary were borne la the
of the Berteau family, whom
1.1 Wednesday of last week The service and expenditure: pendent by fitting them for vocations veterans memorial service In Bay I ,
were visiting, were reported will Include the furnishing of Iaeome and, at far a* possible,placing I Front Park Sunday; night by Mrs. ,
however. 1 artUleal appliances necesssry to the Dade County School Boardl,000 them in Job*. Alex Hemmlngi of Goulds,assisted
Mr. Xoeitline and Ivan Moesr had i' rehabilitation of the handicapped City; of Miami ______,.. 1,000 by; Mrs. Wm. McCahlU of Miami. ;"t'I.
reported last night they
found the body of the Rev. R C i persons as, well u Instruction invocations Federal office of rehabilitation Enrollee (with smashed fingers): I. '
to which best ......__ I
they may 4,000
Carlson, pastor of the Matecumb "Doc. when this hand heals will I Enrollee: "Then you're a wonder -
Methodist Church, under five feet 1 adapt themselves. Dade County quota of already be able to play the piano?" I never could play before."- I
.' of seaweed and debris not far Mr, C N. Walker, South Dade matched late and Doc: "Certainly you will" The Catskill CrIer. Ii
from the Matecumbe Hotel,where member of the school board, said federal rehabilitation fund 1,500
his wife' body was found Sundayby yesterday that she knows alreadyof
Jack Dolor of Homestead. Due, five children here who are eligible $000 I Italian-American Restaurant''
for the rehabilitation Expenditure
I to air being both bodies kept from were the In a sun state and ofpreservation 1 Both children and adults' Annual salary of agent $1,800 Spaghetti Dinners; \V ed.,Sat., and Sun. ,
: who are physically handicapped I Auto travel for agent 300
that permitted positive White Help. Service and Satisfaction Guaranteed
Identification, Mr. Koestllne are eligible, and those desiring rehabilitation Office supplies and postage 100 tD
4; aid Mrs. Carlson' visiting aid may apply to I Vocational training, artiflcal I JOE TORRICI FLORIDA CITY ,;
card were found in a handbag Mr. Harrison, vocation rehablllti- appliances and transports- :.

near her, and In one of her hands, 1"1111I111111111111"1111111111,11"1111111111111'11011111",' 11111111111111"1111I'1'1111110"11'1111"1.' '" I 116441 I w
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t was the "Methodist Preacher's Gold *
Handbook." Thompson SeedlessGRAPES
The parsonage was intact, 4 ;'
though washed 100 yard to aI-I :
west of its original site one
north of the hotel Q r

Leroy 10 tall cans-SfC

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cumbe, who were killed In the Fresh FirmCabbage Sugar CreekButter
hurricane,were held at Miami Memorial -
Park Tuesday Mr, Koest- r
line officiated.
Both of the Careys were born In lb. -3c
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Key West and had lived on
Matecumbe for the past 24 year Saturday SpecialsDel lb. prints-- 2'c '
Their bodies were Identified by Fresh Stringless :
Berlin Felton of Tavernier and Monte Pound Can
brought to Turner Funeral Home j Beans White PlatesBACON i
Saturday airtight steel casket '
The wife and two children of 2Ibs.----.Z5c Coffee Vacuum Packed Z8c
Charles Carey are still missing
j but their bodies have not been : = :
Identified. Large FirmLettuce Florida Rose 25C lb. ...-.._. ;
6lb. bag -

't FLOUR. bag 49c Georgia '.
i::= i1 STEAKlb.20C .
: heads .1C
12 -- Plain or Self-Rising )24.Ib.-bag S7c

Georgia SweetPotatoes 2 pkgs.

1! TOMATO ATTENTION FARMERS Corn Flakes :lJc Beef Georgia Chuck ; '

I 5 lbs. -:15C .

,j Daisy'Cheese .16c i
: Yellow All Flavors ,lb. ----- -

\VK HAVE A i Onions Jello Rib Georgia Stewlb. it

; Fresh Stock : 31bs..14CTrappey's 2 pkgs.---SC lb. --- Z3c -lie :
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}! of Seed Meal or 5 lbs.
1 medium can
Fresh GroundSAUSAGE J
1 GRITS - 18c .
i CLICK'S HAROLOBH Blackberries Pork & Beans 5cJIenhey's MEAT .

: lb. forCOCOA15c
FERRY.MORS8 MARQLOBE No.2 can ---IOC RICE25cTarget Ib..IlcFresh :

All Good
1 Phillip's Vegetable canSOUP12c
j ; PeachesN. HAMBURGER
Corned Beef 29c ;

; Hector Supply : % can-1.7c Phillip's No.2/ can -Ne--Itt Can- lb.-------ISc:

Pork&Beans-lOc Brown 2 pkgs

I- N. B. C. or SunshineCrackers Bulk
Company SUGAR15cSweet

f Sunsweet 2-lb. pkg. LARD
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Mixed I
Homestead, Fla. quart _
.13CMiracle Prunes - 19c
3 pkgs. --- PICKLES22c Ib.------1:4c: ,

Whip Sunburst No. 2'/ can Goldcraft 24-oz. jar Swift's PicnicHams

RejuvenateYour Let Us : Salad Dressing Bartlett Pears 17c Peanut Butter28cquarts i in

Baby 3 Ibs.

Car I 1 quart----.39c Lima Beans19c Wesson Oil 39c ,.afc |:

Wood Work Phillip'sTomato Mason&Dixon 3 caMPEAS25c 2 No. 2 cans Sliced Breakfast ; :
Body, Fender Repairs BACON '

Tops ,and TrimmingSeat Tomatoes15c
No. S Caw
Covers jeach-------
PaintingArt's T.N.T.Laundrr 10 cakes Old Glory Macaroni or lb.-------41c -.

( Shipped SOAP1geOctaron Spaghetti*---5c I
( EGGS Calf Liver't

Pat Ship 3 cansCleanser12c Any Brand pkg.

ita H.nod ATB. erdoz. M Cake Flour 29c lb. ......... 29ClllYiliftll : ,
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