The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00039
 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 27, 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: UF00087294:00039
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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; C0FCEECTS I Potato Today Delegates to Iron'Are Out-In Dade Washington ProblemsA : !'MAIL TRUCK FROM MIAMI TO ; I

OFFICERS delegation composed of County -r; be subject to the general marketing ARRIVE IN HOMESTEAD ABOUT
Agricultural Agent C. H. Stef- restriction The resolution -I i iI

fanl, U L. Chandler, D. P. Blake stated .that they would back
and H. L.. Cox will confer in Washington the growers in a course of action,
UVEHEEUNGMajority today with A. E. Merker, If one should be worked out 91'M.DAILYEXCEPTSUNDAY
chairman of the national potato The marketing allotment allowed -I I
committee, on the allotment bails each grower la based on the ,
I problem and other problems peculiar past average production of the 'I -- iI
of Directors Are to south Florida growers. I' acreage he la farming. Since many Wilcox To Operate Star Route for

the "New Blood" Old I Wednesday These men night left for following Washington a grower ferent land In this each section year, this farm works dif-+,I Spending Today Here'I I Post Offices Southof

Leaders Sought meeting of Dade County potato an Injustice, and allotment on I I MiamiFOLLOWS
grower held In Goulds Wednesday I, the basis of the individual's Congressman J. Mark Wilcox
MEMBERS: VOTE FOR afternoon In response to word I: duction history Instead of .PI'O-I will spend today I In the Redland PROTESTBY

MEETINGS A MONTH from Mr. Merker that the potatoact age history Is sought District : CLUBS WEEK
would, be enforced despite reports I I. This will be done, according to 1 At 10 a. m. he win be taken on LAST
to the contrary and that It telegram from Ross Bcckstrom, a tour of the district by Mayor P.
Membership Committee Is would be advisable for growers In I president of Sollade Inc., who U I B. Bird and representative business Northound Mail to Leave

4n?Every Business Mill section to have representativesmeet In Washington. Mr. Beckitrom'i: men. : Here at 6:45p. m. on
Man to Join with him Immediately to get I telegram a copy of which was sent I ta the afternoon, from 2 top I Return Trip
jl their problems straightened out to the Leader-Enterprise If as follows m he will be at Mayor Bird's
before the holding of a national I : place of business on South Jerome I
Largely through the effort of Mail wll be delivered by; truck
the old officers and director II meeting of potato growers scheduled "Had conference today with avenue to meet, greet and confer to Homestead between 9 and 10
| for October }. 1 Merker, chief of potato section, with resident of the district and
themselves, who have been calling m. dally except Sunday a* soon
for "new I blood" loudly and Mr. Steffaht goes 1* him official! and Tlmmons his assistant Inform get their ideas on needs of this I.. a contract can be let for H star
Insistently the Redland District capacity, as all applications for l lallotments our farmers the act will be section! in particular. and the nation I route from Miami to Tswrnler
Chamber of Commerce at IU annual are made out throughhis enforced regardless: of Wallace in generalJOINT and intermediate poat offices.

mating Wednesday night office, Mr Chandler represents statement Also, all legitimate Postmaster 8. E Livingston of
elected a board of directors containing the American Fruit Crow farmers will be given every consideration GROUP TO Homestead was advised Wednesday
a number of "brand now"I era, Mr Blake represents theSouth and their acreage will that bids for mail deliveryby
members. florid potato Growers Association be cut not to exceed twenty percent truck would be received by I

i The new board of director 11I1 and Mr. Colt goes as the and not based on history of TALK TO COUNCILON I the Miami postmaster
land. who have leased
representative of the Independent, Speculator
composed of J. X. McLendon The mall truck will le*>e Miamiat
James Wollam, O. J1 Parker, T. X.t or uoaftaiated, growers. land with potato history will be S a. m. and drop mail at all
>. Xlrby.'eeo:: W.} Turner, Jr.. Herman -, At the meeting. Wednesday W severely pe .IIJed.in Urge all farmers MIAMI SIGN post office between Miami and ;
to their
r..... Marks and Don Neba" At a, Keith Phillips, resident of the get applications Tavernler. There are six poet ,
I have been
Immediately. assured -
I dlrectora' meeting: which followed Miami Chamber of Commerce, i office between Miami and HomeStead .
the membership session, officers read a' resolution by IU agricultural that the act will be administered Committees From' Rotary : South Miami, Kendall Per- "
J were elected ai follows, Ben Arch board endorsing the contention i fairly and legitimate farmers Club and C. of C. Are rlne, Goulds, Princeton{ and Na- (
have nothing to fear and will be
er, president; 0. B. Parker, first of Dade County grower that Appointed ranja.\ TM. proposed schedule
vice-president; J. J. McLendoo; potato raised here, .In the middle;' benefjtted by Il"I I call for arrival of the truck at the
I 11' second vice-president; Chas O. of the winter are on the market I I Homestead post office at about I

r (Turner, secretary;; T. E. Kirby, I at i time when they do not com- Only 3 Shells in Gun, maintaininga""Mgt Ways and means ot-H ejecting s, neon-and a. m., Mr. Livingston said ymtcr- \"
treasurer. with shipments from other day. Returning' from Tavernler.
.; la Warning From Lewis lighted signboard In Miami to invite -'
The membership meeting part .ef the country< and should It will pick up mall here at I.n
r'?: was a r d direct visitors to Home-
, t mott: eUv Pending election pf ,p., -ancLTwUl, arrive- back to
'FtPlitvfotl Lewis, chief conservation %teld End the Kedland Distrlt I Will
,A \ I Officer by the new board tN; re-. yETiU V1VORS officer for the fourth congressional be discussed with the city councilat Miami at t.
Only first class mall, newspapers I
" lUring vice-president X. C. Clvon-
district of Florida, oaan its next meeting, October 7, by I
" later pressed in the absence of special delivery special
I" official visit to Homestead last a committee from the Homestead
.. '' the president W. R. Bird, who was SEND THANKS TOHERE Friday on the eve of the openingof Rotary Club and the Redland District handling parcel post will be carried I
.. not feeling well. Ate request sent the dove hunting season. Issued' Chamber of Commerce as a by the mail truck. Other ...;
;;r from the Homestead Rotary Club, la warning that all repeating shotguns result of action taken by the Rotary I classes of mail will come by trainas (
a committee composed of Archer, I RESIDENTS must be plugged from the I Club at its meeting Wed- usual. "
. McLendon' and Willard Fifleld I Postmaster Livingston said thatR.F.D. i
I upper end to allow not more than nesday noon. ;
,,rr I mall would of course. be
appointed to act Jointly with
Was three shell to be fired in Chas. T. Fuchs, Jr., chairmanof f
'r. Rotary"committee In going before 23 Injured Men in Hospital sion. The dove season a committee appointed by the sent out the same day it arrives
, of the 1
Announcement proposed
I the council to discuss financing of I at Bay Pines Sign ; Sept 21 and will close on .ucce'-I I club to investigate probable costs, (Continued on 1'sao! Nino I
a Homestead-Redland District ;
Mr Lewis called made a report and In a discussionof
Ignboard in Miami. Open LetterAn to the day-bag-limit on I way and means of financingthe idi- {
The lapse of a month between which 1* 20. A hunter can be in I monthly rental, Councilman No Outside j'j'or

(Continued On Page Twelve) open letter of appreciationto transit with one day's bag limit I I Frank Skill suggested that the Auto, Mayor Warns .i ,
the people of Homestead was only, he said. Five paid men and committee appear before the coun-
received this week: by Mayor Preston 50 non-paid men are on duty in I I cil to seek its help In solving the Following several complaintsand 'I
DIRECTING BANKTO B. Bird from World War veterans Dade County to see that the laws problem. He said that signboard a near accident on N. W.
who are undergoing treatment are enforced according to Mr. 'could be considered as legitimate Eighth street Mayor Bird ..n'I I
In the government hospitalat Lewis. I advertising which the city nounced this week that motorist i
Bay Pines, Fla., for injuries W. B. Flower of Homestead I I.i' I. should co-operate, aa it would be who drive with children or other '
suffered In the hurricane which one of the deputy conservation a bid for new citizens and tax- on the running boards fenders or I

JOB OF NEW\ HEADA. razed the camps on the key Sep- i' officers serving under Mr. Lewis l. (Catinut on Page 'Twelve) elswhere other than Inside their 'i ''
tember 2 and took the lives of vehicle will be prosecuted for

hundreds of veterans and natives. I I reckless driving.
A. Payne and C. L. The letter, dated September 19 Weather Bureau Writes a Polite The mayor also cited the ordinance ,
which minor
prohibits un-
and signed by 23 veterans follows:
Clements Buy Stock "On behalf of the World War Bland, Perfunctory Reply to Lions der 16 yean of age from ditvingmotor I
vehicles I except in r.mes,
From Liberman veterans who were located on the
Florida Keys prior to September Polite expression of appreciation dent the United States, asking I where written permission by the I

,I A. A. Payne: banker of 23 years' 3, U33, we, the undersigned veterans for Interest shown in the hurricane that the hurricane warning serviceof mayor ha been given. Hi said \
'+ experience who wa recently connected now undergoing treatmentat warning system and bland the weather bureau be strength that from now on this ordinance
this hospital for injuries received will be strictly enforced, and no :
with the Bank of Panama assurance that the weather bureau ened.
City Fla., took active charge a* during the hurricane of "wilt endeavor to maintain Its "Kindly transmit to the board permit will be given until Applicants
r. of the First National the above date, desire to express I have passed H thorough \ I
president warning service a* efficiently a* of directors of the Redlaud District -
Bank of Homestead Monday morning to the good people of Homestead possible and to Increase) and improve Lions Club the thanks and I driver's !testAnother jI
following sale to him and C. LClements Florida, and vicinity, our sinceregratitude the service whenevr and appreciation of this bureau for rule that must be observed
r real estate dealer of and appreciation for the in theQ&.a1'Nt/, of safety
wherever possible", were containedIn their interest in the hurricane
Miami Beach, of controlling stock aid rendered] so cheerfully and unselfishly two letters received by the Red- warning service."I I I Mr. Bird said, Is the speed limit ....,
of ten miles an hour In the school
to the'sufferer from the ;
formerly owned by Philip tend. District Lion Club from C.
'.' man, Miami Beach banker. storm-swept area. C Clark:, acting chief of the am grateful for the have copy 01 I lone, comprising the streets bordt I
which 5 ,
a Mr. Payne, who to a native of "Lives were saved pain were weather bureau, Washington D. your you I' ring the school
." Alabama but came to Florida In eased, and minds were act at ret C and read at the weekly meetingof kindly furnished. I '
J 1813, will devote his full time to by the tireless efforts of the peopleof the club Tuesday night .. On September. It Mr4"", Clark WPA ,"0 PHONE NAMES
. his pew office. He will live in Homestead who were) the first boardof wrote? I Name of Homestead men drawn
Homestead where he will be joined to care for the Injured and homeless Two weeks ago the club' "Your letter of Sept 11, IMS, for WPA project will be phonedto
director sent letter to President
,""f by Mrs. Payne and their three survivors." addressed to the President, rela- Homestead as lOOn a* drawn
children as soon s. he can find; Veterans whose signatures are Roosevelt asking: that the tive to the hurricane warning service I and posted on the bulletin board
suitable housing accommodations.The appended are: Thomas W. Conrad, hurricane warning service of the has been referred to this bur- : the city hall In order to avoid
new president said there Alexander Frazer John T. Clifford weather bureau be strengthened eau for acknowledgement and consideration. II.t delay In posting caused by the .
and sent of the Utter to
mall schedule, !
:, would be BO change in the personnel I Cha Mayhew Walter I the chief of the weather bureau.Mr. according
of the bank. BlecbweiU: Samuel Work, H. J. I "I do, therefore, acknowledgethe I announcement made yesterdayby j jI
Clark' letter
' Both Mr. Payne and Mr, Clem- i Kelly, Chas. P lag art, C H. Pope, receipt of your communication -I Mayor Bird. I II
." ants were guest of Max Leaner,I J. 8. Herbert, A. B. Flow Fred date of September It be and take opportunity of I Mr. Bird said that A. O. Sand- I
"J one of the bank's directors, at the Banner II'. W. A. Hardaker. Joseph wrote: assuring you that the weather bureau quist, WPA administrator In Miami i
",11'. meeting of the Rotary Club Wednesday F. WoJtkJewict, Harry Cask- "1 am In recaJptof your letter will endeavor to maintain Its bad agreed to ouch an arrangement I
- noon, and Wednesday ins. Joe. E. Edwards, Frank Shaw, of Sept. 13, IMS. furnishing a warning service a* efficiently a* With the> name of
a night the bank was represented at Willard M. Parker. T. B. Harr.Il, copy of the letter which the boardof possible and to increase and Improve the men will be potted the project
I the.annual meeting the 84104 David; L Jacob. Edward GRIll director of the Redland District the service whenever. and they are assigned to and tho placeto .
"'" District Chamber of Commerce. F. J. Higgins and W. J. Wtermann. Lions Club seat to the Presl-1 wherever possible... which they will report.


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J t Pace Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE: Fridav. September 27. 1936.

( r : or, toward the rear of the tore Green Lantern Name many unemployed from out of chee river have been eatabliihed
1936 BUICK TO BE prevent an appearance that la Inviting I toe state hoping to secure work. I Bid will be opened October Ton ,
Of New RestaurantThe Construction at Camp Roosevelt several excavating project
I I continued. Five work along the right of way and actual
Mr. and Mra.Andrewi have been being I ,4
t ON DISPLAY HERE resident of Homestead for more Green Lantern Restaurant I' camp along the right of way be-I digging on a large..ia expectedto
j than II yean. Mr. Andrewa, who ate opeIMIII"y by MM ,
Mra. K H O.1W-T
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hat been engaged IK firming1 and J .
Preston B Bird Motor Co. I packing since be came hare. wall I* the former quarter tt the Bed- 'P
i Has Radio Party for continue in those lines of work lands Cafe adjoining fee Rtdfepdt .
Hotel Flagler avenue and Mowrystreet. I
Fight Broadcast leaving the active management .
of the tore to Mra. Andrew and
aatiiUAti, Roy .C. Brown of Ar- Two green electric lanterns outside -
The 't31 Buick will be formallyon lend color to the name ehoen Andrews'grocery.
cadia, grootryman of 10 yearg'esperlenoe
display in Homestead ail day and Runail P Harris by Mra.. Victor and Mrs Gallo, I .
Saturday at the show of, of Miami, meat cutter of 15 yean'experience her for their reatmtrant Inside ,
Preston a Bird Mow Ok, Jowl chain and tablet with an attractive -,
Buick and Pontiac dealer ahade of green aa the dominant !i ,1
i The mw Buick model arrived color are the moat noticeable
early thl week and wt on the Name Contest of Norge feature In a room entirely redecorated and Market .I .!
floor during the radio party givenby Store Closes MondayThe j l ,
Mr. Bird Tuesday night for the The kitchen and pantry gleam
reception of the Buer-Loul fight contest conducted by Mn.' with white potleaineti. Mra!
broadcast sponsored by the Buick I Oeo Chlnnen to let the public, Victor and Mr*. Gallaher both of i l i Ave. Near 'I
Motor Car Company, although In name the new Norge store of i ii whom have reputation In the I II Flagler Mowry St.
) In the excitement of the eveningfew I i which the If manager, will close culinary art, give their personal
persons realized the new car on September 30, Monday Suggestions I attention to the planning of the I ':
wa there. i for the name however, menu and their personal supervision -
The Bird radio party exceededall I may be handed In at the store or to the.food preparation.
I In attendance. and I ----
expectation mailed up to I p. m. Monday I
standing room only wag available i First prize In the contest will Florida Men Are Given
when the broadcast itarted. I be f 25 in cash, and there are nine First Jobs on New Canal Open
I other prize*-$78 worth altogether I
Andrews' Grocery OpensIn I The winner of any prize, more- Ocala, Sept. 2< (FNS)-Activity
,over, may elect to apply its value on the canal project continue with .1
Newly Built Store
for double the amount on the purchase over 2,500 men now at work and For Business
I of a new Norge electric refrigerator additional men being put on daily
i Andrewa' Grocery and Market, I General Chaa. P. SummeraU issued -
: operated by Mr. and Mra. Frank The Norge store la on N. Krome warning to unemployed from ,
< Andrew In the new concrete I avenue, two door north of the states other than Florida that none
.. building erected by Mr. Andrewa city hall. would be given consideration on i
on riagler avenue near Howry, la the project until the SO.000 on
open for builnen I Raiting the Limit Florida relief roll are fully cared We Invite Your Patronage
; The spit and pan groceries on "I'. for a five-day week. How for
the shelves the vegetable bin in I 'bout you, Sam?" Report of the canal project and
the front,and the Kin freezer meat i "Man, lie for a five-day week the attending boom in the Ocala ____ ______ __._ J
counter, with JTigldaire compreai- end.-Ex. I section it I* stated have brought
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Ammonia Listed! as Nitrogen SATURDAY-LAST DAY!

In New Fertilizer Law of This

Effective Sept. 1.

t. For the Anniversary Only!

i Effective Sept. first, the new Florida fertilizer law changes the listing -

i{ i of Ammonia to Nitrogen. Also, Nitrogen is listed in four different MEN'S SUITS

j forms: Nitrate Nitrogen, Ammoniacal Nitrogen, Water Soluble Organic

Nitrogen, and Water Insoluble Organic Nitrogen. Nitrogen contains 09 Actual

about one fifth more Ammonia than the old listing of Ammonia.The .
$25 values

new law requires, also, that all plant foods be listed in whole of

numbers and no fractions. Therefore the new formulas will be slightly

different. 'Below is a comparative table of the new Nitrogen and the old 14 49

Ammonia formulas:


New Old r rI
SIZES 3 Ito l6

( \% Nitrogen equals ,,122o Ammonia I r Regulars, Longs' ,1
ftS *
4 .
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I r j ; 2% Nitrogen equals. 2.44 r % Ammonia Shorts, Stouts .
3% Nitrogen equals 3.66% Ammonia COLORINGS i

: 4% Nitrogen equals 4.88% Ammonia Blue Gray, Tan,

5% Nitrogen equals 6.10% Ammonia Brown, OxfordPATTERNS !

" 6% Nitrogen equals 7.32% Ammonia .
: :
. Checks Plaids.
Trft available Phosphoric Acid and Water Soluble Potash are still N Herringbones.
Stripes, Solid Col-
. the same as in the old formulas. In purchasing fertilizers for the coming on

season the above table will give a comparison to go by. ,


Double Breasted
I 4 Single Breasted

Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. Belted Back .

Bought from a nationally
known manufacturer eipe
: MANUFACTURERS '. I'l i daily for our Anniversary

l Redland Brand Fertilizer
Open Saturday Night Until 9



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September 27. 1935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Paw Three I

mil n(II f11111111111111111l11111'(( ( ( ( ( (( '(11111111I11111( Sirs. Bow CommendedIn Florida over 10 years, owing Church Open Daily :1 gnat tetarest and have" been well
there from Iowa. ills is the mother attended thfOUfheut, Mr. Eckel
Magazine ArticleThe ol<< For Rest or Prayer I .. .
two goer ** The evaaaeiiat' the Rev
20 Years Ago11I11I111111I11I11I111I11I111111I1111I111I11111I Wittner $yoner on his visit to I W. S. Luallen has shown himself
r Notebook, a now magazine Florida last spring, said he The First Baptist Church of to be a great artist In Illustrating
of the creative arts published wouldn't go horn. without seeing Homestead will be kept open everyday j his songs each evening Do 't
"; in Cleveland, O., and edited by Lily L. Bow. for those who wish to enter mills these closing service"
Flour Rockwood In a recent issue for net or prayer, announce the
(5'' ..The... n..t.g t_ .....time., ten we takes s..es..e taw has the following to aay concerning "The citizens of South Floridaare i pastor. the Rev C. N. Walker t, M. E. Church to Hold
to her for her
a.IS.PSMM... UII. Mrs L. L. Bow, editor of Cycle grateful patience I Mr. Walker will be in the church
.. _u rk.a Mle"a. and librarian of the Homestead la restoring many valuable books every morning from 9 to 10 ex- j Promotion Day Service
' Municipal Library: for them during her years as I cept on Wednesdays .:
BePt M.1915 ''LI'' Lawrence Bow, editor ofC'cJe. brarian. It Is said that no U.I Promotion and Rally Day services -
I ter how badly battered book
and librarian at REVIVAL rOVITVLES will be held in the White
-"Mr. and Mrs B. L. Marsh of Fla., Is another j Ingenuity a flue-pot and I The revival meeting now goingon Stone Methodist Church next Sun-
Naranja, Ire happy over the arrival amazing woman. board will soon make it availableto I I 9
How she finds time to attend at the Nazarene Church will day at :45 a. ItA special program -
ever -
of twin In their home--two I the knowledge-seeking readers I the
14t to her myriad duties makesone i continue) through the week with will be presented by
boy The Brooker twins of stop and ponder. She visits of her community two services on Sunday at 11 different departments of the
Homestead ire girls and the Marsh veterans In the interest of "As a writer and as a lover of I clock and 7:30: In the evening school. and this will be followed
camp I
twIN of Naranja are boys Thus making for larger book circulation books the Notebook gives a lei of announce the Rev. Howard Eckt I i by the presentation of promotion
do the laws of average maintain She give chat here and there: gardenias to the charming and I pastor of the church. rtlflcites Everyone cordially
themselves-likewise the population besides her versatile Lily Lawrence Bow I The services have created ul' !Ited-
." editing own msga-
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ine Cycle, she contributes to several -
-"J. L. Murray la having extensIve newspapers and periodicals ,
improvements done on his The Homestead LeaderEnterpriseuses
city property cutting up in lots her column; the has 'The
and having street put through" Pirates Den" in the Key Veteran
-"Mr. Dibble hat gone to Michigan Mews from Islamorada Fla. ,IJH']
for I visit of about three a poetry column titled Plrnti
week" Gold besides a two column lustcleal l
-"Ir. and Mrs C. L. Robinson feature article about the SemInole +t ,
r entertained Mr. and Mn L. C. Indians. \

Smith Sunday evening "She has made her home 'r
-"Mr. Avery and family are expected :
very toon to corM to Homestead -
to make this their permanent CITY DRAY era !
home. Mn Avery Is the
I daughter of M.... Matthews Sr." HERMAN WATTS, Prop. i ;
-"W. A.: Mitchell and family arrived Hauling of any kind at anytime ,
i in town last Saturday from Safe delivery naran
their former home Ounnlson, ** PHONE 513-W I :
Miss "

-"Charle. M. Fisher the new ...
school principal, comes from "o.-; ;;
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Ctalneitifle, Flu These are the I
I teachers for the Homestead and AMERICAN LEGION
Florida City schools: Miss Lmd- I I Sleets first and third Wednmdatp 1 1tl
grew, Mine. Alice Kahl, Miss Moff- I p. m, American Legion UI "' ..t, Mrs. Cooper. Mrs Souls, Mrs I (old pout eBee) South Krunw AnllntnrMeail. ,
; Ooffrin, Miss Morgan Mill Mc- F In. V
Dowell and Miss Lloyd." -_..................
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"I* It true that a man Is madeof i
dust" asked small Jane back Fryers SATURDAY
from Sunday schoolYesTjrjnswered. ".._ t
her mother, r---- EGGS ; SEPT.28U

i "SufrbidO! > you ask!" -r"Because *
,n If it t true there soon MoEwen .
'*will be a man under the bed 4n 14th BL f I One of Brdab's vtttrtm workmen, en the payroll finer Mty, 1909We 4 4x
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Too Late to Classify !
i Published Fridays at Horn ''THE

stead, IU. by lilt South Dad By Romll Kay NEW COURSE H HiDtAND BT MB. I* U BOW,

rvblbhlnr! to. SCHOOL

BEN ARCUEREdller It you've got say, old second CdHor Leader-Enterprise: ussiaav BOOM Jack

hand reel estate tayto' "round this Attention la being called to themovement sesame. w=-.yAa.-Aar., me-t e. a.a. RTtr"r

Entered H aeeend clan matt would be a mighty good time to which ha been initiated sas ce.met I-f. 1-e W

matter Match IS IflS, at the peat drag It out of the attic and do a for the purpose of giving! to the
HIM at Uemeate4. FtorMa. under first class Job of dustin' and pollsha -' students of Redland Farm Life To many people si took I* Just \ "

the MI *r March i. 1879 '. School moral and spiritual instruction a book. Maybe they have one; Y...
way t iooka now there'll'' in connection with their regular maybe they haven't. But to other .
SUc raict .t.H A TEAR be a me1 of tolled prowlln' 'round school work. This i* I move' people book are I wit of beacon Wel.don
down here Oil fan and winterlookbi" ment fraught with tremendous light on the road of Ute or a
From Cuba for neat little home or possibilities, and It should have weather vane to show which way Somerset .
Competition a likely bufldm1 m... I the unqualified support 6f all the the wind blow. Book give you
a mirror' view of the time It C....
of the school Whatever
Heavy shipment of avocados It you've got I business you' patrons
from Cubit, lowering prices in the want to *ell-- anything from a success may result from the ven- ba been said the literature of a
United State market Jut month peanut stand to a perfume factory I ture will be determined not merely certain period of history always .
by the passive support but more reflects the people of that period.
j Indicate what Florida vegetable I-you'n find some guy interested
I I by the active support of the fathers Today we are writing some sensational "
grower may be up against this of the folk comln' down I Ad
1 winter In those months when here will be lookln' for something and mothers of the children. literature. And always ams"
I there be kinds of books
ti Cuban truck farmer enjoy: special I to do a* well a* a place to live I Boys and girl who are brought must many Aa
because there kind of
tariff ooncettloniK 1 don't know about but I'' up under the benevolent Influence are many
you Book must rather
people. seem "
With the wand republic' political took post-graduate In the of moral and religious or- H.Buck. .
a course
important, because we have book
srtuaHbh impwlng more school of hard knocks in 192S and' ganUatems.' such' ai church Bible talks over the radio Hanson's "
American to IU school, the Boy Scout, the Girl *
i money finding wayto while I haven't had an opportunity radio hour la popular; he know
Cuba leine of It, from large to use the knowledge I gainedby Scouts etc. have I tremendous his book and has fan I
broken and eMwmiadon houses In I It up to now, I got a crazy Idea I' advantage In developing Into good many: "
Recently he gave this list of twenty -
our auction morketa, will finance I that with things breakln' like they: moral trustworthy: law abiding book of the twentieth century. "
i new vegetable! plantings compete are this would be a good time to : citizens. Anyone who should be Of course the twentieth century i* ,
with Florida' .wlnl.r and review that lesson so as not to i disposed to question tM .
I i till young, but It I II older than
spring production.In make the same mistakes again. I j ment need only to study Itate-l many reader of the book of this[ "
ord of those Institution
H recent book "The Crime of I 1 remember I had a mighty de-i;deal* with delinquents list Bead them, and do some!I! ,
Cuba" Carleton Bah says: : "One- slrable piece at property: and all of thinking for yourself. .
old and The G
third of Cuba's territory, or nearly a sudden I tot of folk seemed to retormatorle'l "Youth", Joseph Conrad.
90 per cent of the cultivable lands want It and went It plenty; bad. I jails and "The Crock of Cold", James I Wells.
populated by those who have and
Of the Island, la owned or controlled
; One after another they'd: come Stephen.
ed themselves of the benefit of *
by long-time losses by Americans 'round and try to buy it and each I such organizations.There "Remembrance of Things Past",
1 or American corporation" j time rd raise the ante but *o- | I Marcel Proust
I i* no need that in this haveIn
The Florida Agricultural Tariff I called value all
kept goln' up
t section there should' be have
any: person -
..Association which has fought hard I around me and I wa fixin' to outsmart ,; denied these privileges, but to forfeit by attitudes of Indifference them .
and well for higher Import duties i. 'em.Well .
and It merit
j a limited survey reveal that there I negligence Mr.
on foreign farm products rompet.// I finally: sold the old home la considerable percentage who the positive support of all who are wide
Ing with thoM raised in |' stead for I price that was outrageous I I I n' not availing themselves of I interested in the production of a range
has repeatedly charged that and got a nice down pay-1 I ,these The proposed generation of men and women who AND .
Cuban trade treaty In reference to'' nwnt The fellow who bought It i plan :cit to the parents an I will live in obedience to the law list

vegetable tariffs, benefits the :from me peddled It to another guy I I :opportunity to bring to their.children of God and society and .

American speculator In Cubanproduction ,who found a poor dazed Yankee the benefit! of such study" i H. O COWAN. Some : decide -
than Its does the
more ,who took It off his hand at a so- I II benefit which they: cannot afford :Silver Palm. Sept 34, 1935. :
iHlunds farmers.
profitAbout I II r -
The Cuban trade treaty expiresIn that time the dope ran i iI ] :
1197. Florida's winter and I m f lOfllDAHIGHIIGHTS s
out and all us saps who'd been ..
spring'vegetable production cannot I a shot In the arm woke up

be maintained and profitably I with a terrible headache Our I'I'I '/ ,
unless Import duties :.
developed on hit' .
little stratosphere balloon the
i Cuban product are restored to with awful thud. "' : :
ground an )
high enough level to offset Cuba's ("
low labor coats and place Floridagrower I Durln the time that I wall busy: f fZ'e
,..ttln' option on everything
upon a bails of equality In tronrJ' r
o square.to to the .
supplying the markets of this I! the court house .
counuy.-Florid* OfowePi limits with the money 1 got a* a
-.. down payment for my place all .M\I
(the _.Ued IMPROVEMENTShad Ii 'r trli I 'T '- i ''
i been goln' on street pavln' \ lAVR 14 I j
sewerage, sidewalks, street lights t J
c- t tk
The ItaoVeiufu: revealed that!! md what have you, and a bill +-tJim,
In the Unito' States 4.3 per cent of I along with It for more than I had
the popul tT \tit' 4.283,783 persons, paid for my: property In the first
over ten real old were unableto place.
rend or wflU jto any language I
Add to this 8,000,000 so-called I' Well. I came through that whir,
11IittfIta.-thoee I wind with not much more In the
functional who
way of real and personal property
read with
cannot understandingand -
''that Mahatma Gandhi, but boyI
it will be seen that the United I
I mean I was educated.
States has approximately 12,000-
000 adult who need training In Well the tide I I. comln' In again.

the moat elementary education. i j The demand for Florida property
Contrary: to the opinion of I 11* becoming brisk and the turn 'fi i ii ,
great many person illiteracy II i over In many section of the *Ute 1 1I ..
not confined to the thinly settled I Ie rapid, but If we keep our heads I ;

pat u of the country. Statistics and watch Mr step we'll be all !I

gathered by the 1Q,' 0 census In, right I IJ | ?
Now York state, for example I If you're smart :you'll sell at a I
show that 388,8883 persons over I price that will Insure the fellow!. t
ten years of all could not read'!| who buys from you a reasonable : tIi

and write in any language Mostof I!I profit--and remember, the more :I II
these were In New York City; I,, folk who make profit on top 011

The Federal Emergency: Relief; you, the better off you are. I II ; I II

Program hUH revealed moat hopeful :j I And don't get *U excited and I II DAR ASsotyNyNr
attitude among our Illiterates j i vote for a lot of Improvement I II Ii (
It shows, according toe statement i I
i just because you think the other' trstK
issued by Mr Aubrey Williams I I I I guy will have to pay: for 'em. He,

Work Progress Administrator may drop from exhaustion and +fG6 .8Ot7f>r9- '. r f
that illiterate men and women
leave you holdin the bag. i "
from sixteen to eighty-two; yearsof And the time to sell Is when I!

age eagerly grasped opportunities somebody wants to buy.: The wise I KE x
to attend the FTRA classes, guy who holds out for the 4h
I conducted In southern mountains, dollar usually wake up last j 158fo I
-' In industrial centers, and in rural lorry for' himself.

communities. There never wa a better timeto
Adults whose academic background I
: I buy Florida property: than right
wa above the elementary* now. We have taken up most of I II
I school level not only were willing j!'I the slack from the boom; value Y 1 lf
and eager to continue their education are getting back to normal. Inmost

: f f but generally learned fasts of our town and cities we ',1( t
s er than children. This was accounted havent enough home to accommodate tr
for by greater powerS i our growing population. The lime b closely related to the:; lemon, Sir Francis

}S of concentration and a conscious, Hotels and apartment are fillingup orange, mandarin and, po melo. Being jpata, landed In ,

.i need for further training, which and In many place oppottunIties more sensitive to told, it u chiefly- l frown to the1 harbor of St. )

were evidenced In classes (a art exbrfor-the profitable con on the Keys south of the mainland, and that a large !

, history, economic, matnematic,! traction of a few more, ranges in size from a medium sized plumto Attack the Spanish )

political science: philosophy, the Let' stick to steady growth and a large sized lemon. The TAHITI euated the fortress ;

natural science, foreign 'lan sound value* 3e llin' GREEN lob) LIME, a sprout of the budded Persian the treasure

t guages, English sociology, psychology 1* just .* hsrmful and disastrous variety hag been' grown however, on the tonndi sterling '
a engineering and other: u marketing GREEN fruit!
mainland and found hands. All the
,err ''jl 1 .subjects adaptable. It grows
, If I much larger than other lime The rind fled after only' a .
remember In this jam '
I r') :One; .thing U certain-if a town I II Thou day of Simple need, I, is smooth, thin and green to yellow. The cause an English '

j does tint took like a good town to;, When Jill we got from Unto gam, juice Is almost colorless, pf good flavor, ambush, theEglie> .I.I
'.;\ ,' Itw ire l UnX-Ernest Elmo Calk i Was a bunch of garden seeds 'strongly: acid and to .*''kood'ioiirc. of burned the o $ | : M
;t\,4', aa Magezijos i -h. : italnin "P' "f .

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September 27. \9M. THE TRADER-ENTERPRISE -- Pare Five

among the eammHtce immbert A charier chevron was presented Talmud dubs which will tor held
Tells How Schools Be I
May The rammt-Teacber Associations to E. L Lawrence, and It was: to Chi*]* October M-27
By Club Members Parents I"will receive, tort and supervise I announced tfcatwyi ha4tee nailed DM ckap@tal; Miami aii.nwy.to .
distribution of the clotitlog to Sherwood Hodaon another scheduled to speak on the aw .
----- W. F. Blauton of Mimi judge charter member of the club. At fill of the Townsend plan i.I Hid
The Installation of a lone-need Regantlix this clothing drive of the Musty court, gave a talk the next meting E. H Oallaher age pensions
ed telephone, the spreading of Ml!the Lions are faint to put on. Ian on the courts of Dad Cevwty in will be praeenM with an OU
i the bar, rocky portions of tt. assure you that the dothaare which he explained their respectIve Monarch chevfen* atiaaUM thai
boot round, moral support ahi certainly needed by tome at duties and JurladlcUona he has been a member for tan continuous -
teacher in the training of the the children, and all the clothing A letter was read from Lions yean.
children and co-operation In the I that can be fathered for such International congratulating the At next week's meeting Harley
Lk>ns' drive for clothing for needy children will be appreciated." club for aiding more than 12 members R. Core will speak on "John Marshall
children were among things men The health and welfare committee to its roll In the 1M4-J5 national I and What He DM for the PALM
Kioned by Carl Wagner, principal which la going to collect contest A bronze plaque Constitution."
of Redland Kara Life School, In a the clothing, wa enlarced. It..la which accompanied the letter was I E
talk to the LlAma Club of the Bed I now composed of A. B. Slagle, presented by President Chas.Pratt To Elect Townsend
aid District Tuesday night on chairman, Henry Brooker, Jr., to W. O. Talbott. who was president -
what members of the club could Curtis E Lee J. L Paxaon, Joe of the club during the contest Delegate October 6
lust their influence toward obtainTlnf -I Scarborough T. Rhettman Salve. It was announced that the
for Pie school Stanley K. Bernard, Hal Reed, L. Rrdtand District Lions Club already At Its regular monthly meeting
j "Sonetlmc parent want to let G Kogflea and A. D. Smith. A hat seven nwmben In another to be held in the Neva King" Cooper .
the teacher fired for something preliminary collection will be made contest which started ,July School auditorium Sunday afternoon
Ithst the child says his teacher has a October 4 In co-operation with i, im October g> Uw Homestead
done," Mr. Wagner said. -In HCeases the pupil of the school On Mr. Talbott was also presented Townsend Club wilt elect a delegate GeneralPublic
oat of a hundred you haw Sunday October 6, the committee with a past president certificate to the national convention of
not hand the whole story It don win make a haute to houaecanvMB aDd an honor roll showing every Utilities
*not matter bow honest the child li of the district from per- mrmbe of the club with duet paid
I. r how weak honest the the teacher parent U;U you or I fine south which has been divided u' at the time Mr Talbott went 8.....ead fbme 101."

t '" n't beard the story In detail Into ancton and apportioned out of office.
i.- until you have bad a heart-to-
J, 'art talk with that teacher Osceola

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Six THE ENTERPRISE Friday, September 1:1, 19e r.i o.

WPA. She had been doing relief will r.nn thagaa so tile eta day
hers A. D. sire.IL .
FLORIDA CITY work from the Miami office. .: wd this deb day a ............ La

I Mr. W, W. "every, Cerresiwadeat.x. 111L 1. LtiTIIIJtMAN. 01.1t it .
Mr. and Mr BuMell of Miami oak C '" F ur;.
In and AroundRotneslead ..-.....NMNNeNMNN.MM/M.M.M.NMaNNe B; \ C. ateesuett
wen recent alter *' the home of Clnul& Court anal' 0. .
Charlotte GerontaM, daughter Mr. and Mr*. Joe J hnIoo. (...... a. 13. 10. 17; ore 4) .
of Mr. and Mr*. Wm. J. Oeronimo,
will *'the winter with relative -
Mn. Ole Peterson, Miss HelenKjeldsen
in New York and attend
Hn. J. M. Brown and
school there. She went to New GROVETIIEATRE
of Mary Ann and John Brown Jr.,
York with Mrs. Mary D. Fry
formed a theater party at the
Miami, former Florida City resident -
Grove theater Saturday.Mr. .
Mr. and Mr. H. E. Schaft an the W. A. Shuler home to the Dyi I who pent three week there. I COCONUT GROVE

expected to return Sunday from apartment on N. W. Eighth street and Mr*. Carl Ault and Show T and 1 Admission
a two-montH vacation in which Mr*. W. V. Scott of Chattanooga, daughter, Marjorie, and Mr. and Matinee Every Sat tat gun.
visited friend and relative Term, arrived Tuesday for a visits children
they Mid Madge Turner who I Mn. Archie Bank and all p.aa.SATURDAY .
In HendcnonvUl, N. C., Louisville pent a vacation of six week in I with her nephew and niece Mr. of Hlaleah were Sunday guests at
Ky., and Atlanta. Jacksonville and Atlanta returned and Mr Lloyd Deltx. the home of Mri. J. M. Brown. ONLY

to Homestead Tuesday.Mrs. WALLACE BEERY JACKW: '
Dr. and Mr*. Frank Hauiman Mr. and Mr. J. H Simmons returned H. H Graham Ceo. COOPER in
who have been visiting their Saturday from Petersburg,, Wilson Walsh, Bill Baker and e'l Stevenson' Immortal Clutle
daughter, Miss Bertha NIII Haus- C.N. Henderson,her daughters W. Va., where they had pent the J. Graham made up a party
man, in Fort Pierce for the put Mrs. Frank Bernecker, Jr.,, summer., They were accompanied -I' went tolling In Biscayne Bay 'TREASURE ISLAND' ,
tw. week are expected to return and Mr*. Otto Bemecker and Mn by Mr. and Mr*. Herbert Youngof I Monday afternoon in the Graham
Tuesday. During their absence Frank Bernecker' baby ton,, Elkln, W. Va., and Miss Ruth boat SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY
their little grandson Frank, who Charles, returned Monday from Painter of Parsons, W. Va. Matinee Sunday at t .. m.A .
make his home with them 1* White Spring. Fla., where they Those making up a swimming
had visited for week with Mrs.Henderson's ..
staying with Mr B. W. Edwards. a Mr*. E. J. Rhode I* pending party at the beach Sunday after- l7Jif9R.
sister and her brother the week with relative In Miami. noon were: Mr. and Mr*. Geo. DeFree. *
who I* Ill Mr*. Henderson'sson THAN A LAUGH
Bobby Crow left Monday night .., Lucille Drlggen and An-
Dale, spent two day with
for Chicago whore he will enter them in White Springs before Mr. and Mr*. Herman Thompson gellne and Wilson Walsh PICTURE'

the dental college of Northwestern going on to Gainesville, Ga.,wherehe and daughter, Anna Lou, returned -
Mr. E. W. Harp and Mr Ralph
University.The 1 attending Riverside Military Tuesday from Mt. Sterling,
I Academy.Mr.* Ky.. where they pent the summer Vihlen visited friend In Naranja

Rev. and Mr*. C. N. Walker -' They made a short trip to Saturday. 1 g s
Mr. J. T. Vann and Mr*. Arizona before returning here. '
Frank Irwin attended the executive and Mrs. Cecil Walker, who Nosier *f Application If TM DM*
moved from Homestead to Chosen Notk fc hereby tin that Gom 0
meeting of the Women' Missionary Daniel De Marco who pent the Monroe hold.r u tulrnM. of City of HI-
Union of the Miami Baptist two month ago, announce the in Maine and Massachusetts slash Tu Urtlflnw Numbed. leg dated 1 / J
Association at the First birth of a seven-pound son, Cecil summer the lot day of Juno A. D. 1M1. ku tiled
returned Sunday. In office and ku
Certificate M
Church of Fort Lauderale Augustus, on Sept. 19. Mrs. Walker made pollotloll for T UI deed to .....
1s the former Miss Florrie Little. thereon l> MMntooo with law. ..UICortlflral
Thursday Mr*. A. B. Langham and her *...b_the following dMrll..d t
from property, Hutted l> Dad County, Florida,
three children come
Miss Florence Palmer of the Mr. and Mrs. B. Hall of HighPoint Key West for a visit with Mrs.Langham's to-wit Lot I II Blixk M. Hl '.. uldn. drama-mtlloui with
county hospital staff and Miss N. C., arrived on Sept It parent, Mr. and MlI. In the ClIP of HUM County of Dads, ,
Lldda Ann Lee nurse in the office for a two-week visit here with: J. S. Cave BUM MMOMRI of rim"The ..., at Mid property and, jhumorof the old
of Dr. J. A. Smith and Dr. M. A. Mr*. Hall's brother and sliter-in- the sId C.rtlfiato hued was la the name
Berger will leave of Unknown Val_ sold Certificate! I..hellCs Miuissippi.e .
Saturday for law Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Mcllwaln Mine Melb- ;Jeanette Sever redu.m.d tecordlni to law, tan d..d
St Louis where they will take her sister Mrs. J. H. Barnes, and this I
are confined to their home
laboratory technicians' courses. her nephew and nieces, Mr. and
week with an attack of mumps.
An. David Barnes, Mr. and Mr. I
Miss Mary Elizabeth Rush left 3eo. Barnes and Mr. and Mn.
for her home In Birmingham Ala, frailer Waldron. The Ladle Aid Society of the
yesterday after a visit of several Florida City Community Church I
weeks with her uncle and aunt' will hold a benefit nipper In the
Mr. and Mr. Chas, Behrens of Mn. Ella Pope arrived Sunday Sunday school room this evening. I
Princeton. for a visit with her son-in-law I Il.rt.
and daughter, Mr. and Mr*. A. J.mpbeU. ....
Edith Tamblyn and daughter -
Mr*. Vera Summerlin, who with > She has been staying Jeredean, and Mrs. Elizabeth
her daughter Bobble moved to with another son-in-law and
Brook have returned from Lakeland -
daughter Mr. and Mr*. J. Fitzpatrick -
Daytona Beach three month
ago, where they attended the Free
arrived Sunday for one-week in Miami.
a Methodist annual conference Mrs.\
visit in Homestead with relative Brook visited relative in St i'iisal
Carson Malcolm I* staying |n Petersburg and Lake Worth and I y
i Paul Z. Camp who had been Mami with his grandmother, Mrs. friend in Tampa and Sebrlng. In e
pending the summer with his parents W. M. Hunter, this winter and attending Sebrlng they topped over night at
Mr. and Mrs. Chat Camp of Edison High School. the home of Mr. and Mr Dean
Redland left last week for New and their daughter Miss Gladys

York City.Archer Mn. Wiley Wilson Poppell returned Dean. Miss Dean accompanied w I a

: Monday from a six-week them to Florida City where she 0
Smith returned Sunday vacation spent in North and South will visit Mr. Tamblyn for a few
by airplane from a two-week visit Carolina where she visited weeks.eMMNNMMMNMNNINNMMNMIMNMM.
with an uncle and aunt, Mr. and tive and friends.
Mrs. S. L. Casper in Kansas City. rela-I

Mrs. Casper 1* the former Miss Mr. and Mr*. Jot NARANJA
Harvey Mae Palmer of Homestead.He .
Jodello ii.iv moved Into the
leave today for the University render house off Epmore Ober-I Miss Osa Christensen left Wednesday -
of Florida where ho will be
between Tennessee and for Jacksonville to resume
a sophomore.Mr. .
roads I her work In the main office of the

and Mr*. W. E. Lewis and ,
their nephew. Roland Tolson, who
have spent the summer: In Norfolk -
Va., returned this week for
I I the winter. Green Lantern

Mr and Mr*. Glen Smith mov-
ed Monday from an apartment In RestaurantAdjoining

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SUNDAY DINNERS CAPACITY. up to$11 a month. Don't ddgy._Act now. ,
All Lay Eggs! '" /

I Name Contest Closes Sept. 30

Geed feed kaawe se .....
: ten, Egg Mash *MkM abase rsoruETORS $75.00 IN PRIZES ? f

,aa la, etas-Woe.tal On die,
y..*nerd dual lee get whir Mrs. Given Victor Mrs. E. II. Gallaher Hand in your suggestions for naming our news

,1 amy edMT tMkMt yod eaai(ted.b store by next Monday Sept. 30-if you have not-: .

I* a COTipbM buy--ao4. toejNonttWla sale already done so. You may win the first prize of $23: .* I

wish K red h KM a*k enawotnm We will appreciate your patronage in cash or one of the nine other valuable prizes we *, '. j
the !.. ...d.afdksavDELIVERY
giraAft.- are offering.

Anyone ever the are ef II ridding la the territory from Ferries
SERVICEMillcrFccd south may enter this contest Should a prize winner decide to Purchase -
a Norn refrigerator, he may lore la the prize won for feeble .1<
1111 value en the purchase price at the new Norse. Entry blank
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Friday September 27, 1935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE rue Seven

,. Attention, T sac ers and S. T.1. DirectorsSubjects 1

and-Suggestions for school superintendent and the teacher "Too many of the younger generation I prance the emblem of self-control pure t

in the plan or project.If think the cause Is weakening and will thoughts, clean habits. The white and j
Alcohol Education 1935-36 A possible enroll all the teachers in a become conscious of its strength only that surrenders to nothing but purity, f
of Scientific class in the "Syllabus on Alcohol Educa- by demonstrative publicity. If their truth and to none but Ood Whose templewe f'
Department tion", taught by a competent teacher who attention be gained and our views be are. j
Temperance Instruction Ir in a course of five lessons of one and presented, they may become recruits- A

Public Schools for the Brow one-fourth hours each can lead discussions able and intelligent promoters ot the RALLY CRT i
on the most important phases 01 cause. Otherwise, too often, they form It's right right right!
ard-Dade-Monroe District pitheW.C.T.U. the subject. Reference material should the opinion that the cause is dead accepting To fight tight tight\) !

be furnished in..t least reasonable quantities the temporary condition as final For temperance '

Its enemy, Satan, never rents; so lei With aU your might)
Let the local union place a "shelf of us, with zeal and enthusiasm for the i
The section In the school code of Florida the graded references in a strategic cause, arise and DECLARATION OF PURPOSE t

In relation to the teaching of alcohol center. (See "Outlines and Aids," Page 4). Go forward! That I may give my best service to t

education in the public schools, places Let the director observe the "Incentiv BEULAH E. TAYLOR-FRITZ, home and country, I promise, God helping ', .
the responsibility on the curriculum mak-; to Work" as set forth on Page 3 of "Out- District Vice-president W. C. T. U me to abstain from the use of alcoholiC '
lines and Aids"; also "Projects for Recognition" liquor in any form. r
en and ,on the same page, in so far as pos '
The cod reads "That the evil *, sible. GREETING SONG : :
(Tune: "Farmer In the Dell SYMPOSIUMSaid
alcoholic beverages and narcotics shall Let all of us realize that alcohol educes )
We're glad to see you here the cake of soap, "Just look at that l
be taught In the public schools of the tion is to be no side line or activity In We're glad to see you here. man /

state eter which ttoa few children will take partbut Sure it's true we say to you He's: doing the silliest thing he can- ; '
of it is a vital part of the curriculum We're He's actually drinking alcohol! t
"That the state superintendent public glad to see you here.
and of the same dignity and worthas What good will It do him? None at all. .
put la execution effective
iMtrocUon. an -
any other science, and its development (Tune: "Beulah Land" That's what they use in making me; "
system for teaching alcoholics and will require co-operatlou of unions and Much alcohol much injury; He thinks he's a cake ot soap, tee hee." r .

Bareetlcsi schools. Less alcohol, less Injury i
, ; I :
"That property traded text books treat- Plies of the Miami W. C. T. t. Little alcohol, little injury; Said the rare perfume, "Just look at that I

lag the effecU of alcoholic beverages and The Miami Woman's Christian Temperance No alcohol, no injury. boy!
narcotics hall be provided; Union has adopted the following Oh, hear ye all) Those brains of his he may destroyHe' :
plan under the direction of its director Oh hear ye aUI actually drinking alcohoL I I '
"That teachers shall teach such subject -
I of scientific temperance instruction, Mrs Inform yourselves 'bout alcohol. What good will it do him? None at all ,
faithfully; William S. Frost We give it here In orderto It harms the body and the mind, That's what they use 'In making me
"That the aamal appropriation for the acquaint the Dade County teachers The character of all mankind; But he's not a rare perfume, Is he1 j :

contingent expenses of the office of stat! with the plan, and to pass It on to the Taste not the whisky and wine, Said the bolt in the drygoodi store, :
superintendent of public Instruction shall teachers in the other counties of the district Study the harm of ho'r'r "Such a rayon thing I never saw before : :

be sufficient to cover all necessary expenses -I Broward and Monroe, with the be- There's a girl who's drinking alcohol! 'r

In the proper execution of this lief that it may supplement their plans. LEARN THE FACTS What good will it do her None at all I
Here it Is: The office of the county (Tune: "Row, Row, Row Your Boat")
law, eto.i 1 It helps make rayon soft and fine; : f
superintendent in the administration Learn learn learn the "
But she's not cloth, so why the wine
"That the last Friday In October ol building has been established as the medium Answering the foe ,

each year shall be decimated and knownas of contact between the Union and Surely surely, surely, surely Said the movie film as It looked around l
Temperance and Health Day In the! the teaching stuff of the county, with Booze will have to go. "Well, this is the queerest thing I've ,
public schools of this state; Miss Alice M. Kahl, secretary, the con- found! :
Health necting link. She will keep on hand Tell, tell tell the factsEverywhere There are grown folk drinking alcohol.
"That Temperance Day
sample supplies of supplementary liter you go. What good will It do them? None at all.
at least two hours shall be devoted to a ature, copies of which may be procuredthrough Surely, surely, surely, surely, Of course, It's used in making me; i f

program which, shall be educational her speedily; also, any information Booze will have to go.H.L.R.jinN.Dak.. But I'm not human; don't you III'" : M
teaching the good of temperance and the relative to the course of study, may Bulletin
evils of Intemperance, etc. be obtained Mom her. So the cake of soap and the rayon bolt ;
On Level With Other Subjects On the principal's desk In every school FIGHT And the rare perfume, got quite a Jolt;
" in the county, may be found for references (Tune: "Old Gray More) And the film was just as surprised may; ,
a_ _IWI. pla cab4 responsibility far both copx (I'JLgyUabui' on I taE Fight, fight with Mil your HOgM, To think that people living today i'
-ti1t"iacrflr tla phi enforceraeAUl' tucb lion"' "DutBnea and .", set 01i'Alcohol Never be down-hearted, Should drink a habit-forming, dope

,. ., teaching on the level with>U other required :: Education Series"-No. t, "Gen- Never be discouraged. That's used In making films and soap! ;

subjects and applies to all members eral Plan"; No 2, "Beverage Aloohol and Fight, fight with all your might, Oregon White Ribbon Review. i ,
j. ... of both administrative and supervisory the Nervous System"; No. 3. "Toe Danger Vft are on the aide of right.H. .
it and In Beer and Wine"; No. 4, "Old Fallacies L. B. (May be used a* a reading or symposium.t :
staff. Superintendents, principals
and Modern Facts About Beverage .
teachers must see that the necessary Instruction Alcohol"; No. 9, "The Bible and the Use NONE FOR YOU AND ME :
I alcohol and narcoticsIs (Tune "Auld MRS. RUTHERFORD B. HAVE
regarding of the Word Wine". : Lang Syne")
carried out in the respective schools A copy of "Outlines and Aids" for every No beer nor wine for :you and me, When Lucy Webb Hayes was the White ;I

and districts In which they have juris teacher in every school, has been placed No ale nor brew at all; House queen I
in the hands of the principals for dis: The reason why Is that they are (Where wine had flowed freely by social 1
Part use) .
tribution. poison-alcohol ,
The privileges and possibilities In this Plans for the proposed "library shelf She said: "This I* my home, by which :
course are great, and should be seized In the administrative office, containingthe It's alcohol that does the harmIn I mean t /
with enthusiasm. Since the sale of hard reference material listed In the "Gen beer and wine you see. It diplomat favor the wine-abuse "

liquors Is legalized in Florida and ;youthis eral Plan", are being worked out. We will not touch a drop of It. live by my standards, not those abroad; I
surrounded with allurements to drink, In addition to these, reciters containing No nope for you and me. I live by my conscience and heed its t
suitable material for and urge; I r
alcohol programs con-
it is ;youth's right to know what tests In public-speaking, are available at ALCOHOLTune I t live by the Scriptures, the voice of God; I :
is and what alcohol does. the Miami W.C.T.U headquarters, 231 ( : "Old Gray Mare") I will not serve wine, though the gossips I
Alcohol Is 'just what it used to be I
The Science of Alcohol Education Civic Building, 48 N. W. First street Just scourgeSo / : i
what it used to be,
The development of these topics constitutes copies of which be seen at Miss Kahl's -
may Just what It !
used to be, she lived In the White House and t'
, the science of Alcohol desk.It Alcohol Is just what It used to be served no wine- j
"' national director is Important for teachers to
Bertha Rachel Palmer, very
says Many long year ago. She was the First Lady In very truth .
of the department of scientific study carefully all rules governing essay But no one refused whom she asked to !
! temperance instruction of the Women's and poster contests before attemptingto Chorus dine; j j t
conduct them. Information on the
Union former state Many long years ago, She and damned
Christian Temperance blighted no girlhood no
. phase of medal contest work will be given Many long years ago
superintendent of public Instruction of gladly by Mrs. J. Worth Hayes, 153 N. W. Alcohol is just what It used to be youth;
North Dakota and author of "A ,Syllabuson Thirty-first street, Miami, director of Many long years ago. For Lucy Webb Hayes had the grit to

on Alcohol Education." : the department of medal contest for serve .
f'' "My travels have taken me Into 19 the district W. C. T. U. Alcohol I* worse than It used to be, To In the White House and keep it

states The work has Included sixteen Essay and Poster Contests Worse than It used to be, dry.
T-Margaret Ball Dickinson Poet
Worse than It used to be
f three-day schools In which we enrolled The purpose of essay and poster contests Alcohol Is worse than it used, to be Laureate of Minnesota.
nearly one thousand persons. In county is to aid in the regular school instruction Many long ,
;years ago.Chorus MTi'DENT"Ilow
institutes, state educational associations concerning the nature and effects -
and local faculty meetings, I have met of alcohol and other narcotics from did It happen Well they met headRounding -

17,0(18( teachers in service, and 8,333 students the scientific viewpoint. It is suggestedthat Many long years ago '
In college and high school assembly the student contest be Integrated as Many long years ago, a curve. Going too fast, I I

periods. In addition to these formal an activity in physiology, English, art, Alcohol 1* worse than it used to be guess.A .
geography, history, public-speak'ng, and quarter of an more or less.
groups there were state W.C.T.U. conventions Many long :years ago. fhorb :
luncheons banquets, and church other suitable classes. The quality of Was hardly neck. 1
bringing the total beyond 20- work shall conform to the accepted Alcohol is worse than It used to be. He's gone.
groups, standards of the school Worse than it used to be, I
000. Worse "The road too narrow? No, the road was
Attitude Different Now "Syllabus on Alcohol Education" than It used to be, !
"The attitude of those at the meetingsIs (Palmer) has been pronounced "one of Alcohol Is worse than it used to be wide; I
The other driver gave him half the road
the finest and most complete compilations Mixed with gasoline.
quite different from that of last year,
And something extra-for the wheel-
of material on alcohol published in simple
which then was mild interest. Now .
concrete form". "Outlines and Aida"Pllmer Chorus marks showed i
are in evidence, keen questionsare emphasis on grades Mixed with gasoline He swung his car well Over to the tide. i
asked, and text books are eagerly ( ) places '
grasped, read and purchased. The writ. classes and schools excelling this teaching Mixed with gasoline, Drunk? Oh, I wouldn't say,that he was t r
ten assignments show good understanding for recognition and distinction rather Alcohol Is worse than It used to be drunk
The Interest than for the former individual prizes. Mixed with gasoline. Ye It' sad.
of what has been presented. He had been drinking- *, very
of teachers Is definitely aroused. Now 'Science and a Way to Health", "Here's (To be sung by two choruses one singing A fin young man-the' only son they had.
You" "What Alcohol"
Health to ,
our attention must be centered upon getting The other? Crippled. Both the car are
them to accept the responsibilityof (Bagen and Hisey), "Narcotics and Youth first verse; the other,the second verse;
presenting this subject to the children. Today" (Carradinl!), and "Effects of Alcoholic both singing the third.)

That Is their duty, not ours. We must Drinks" (Transeau), art among SAUTES "You've seen the paper? Something left

be helpful, Incentives, and by highly recommended books for reference TO THE: CHRISTIAN FLAO: unsaid.
and B Information from which should become And something, too, the preacher couldn't
traigL groups I pledge allegiance the flag of God
leaders. i
give speciall to in integrated part ot all public Instruc and to His Son, Jesus Christ, for whose say. |
"Remember: The new plan Is to encourage tion. Gilbert's "Demonstration Lessons"ind kingdom It stands One brotherhood De mortuls I nil nisi bonum'; eh? I t
I many teachers to teach alcohol "The Three Partners" (Baker) should uniting all mankind In service and in love Why hurt his people's feelings when he's f
education rather than to permit a few be Included also. dead! j ft
Individual children to receive money Teachers directors with the beginningof TO THE UNITED STATES FLAO: '
prizes. another scholastic year let's adoptDade I pledge allegiance to the ,flag .of the And who's to blame? God knows! The I

) Suggestions for a ProgramFor County a Battle Front in the War United States of America, and Jo therepublic government? I
//I' carrying out the plan by the local on Alcohol" for our slogan. for which It stands, Otis' nation The. Trade The boy? His parents? You 1

unions the following suggestions are "Educational contests are opportunities Indivisible with liberty and' justice for and I?
made: to notify the community that intelligent ill. We're In the business)-People are content -

Let the local director of alcohol education 'effort Is still at war remolding public
THE TEMPERANCE FLAG To let it flourish.-Yes. we voted 'dry'
with the president or other interested opinion against this evil and presenting TO :
h i
co-worker enlist the Interest of the i challenge of great potential value. I pledge allegiance to the flag of Tem- -C E. C in New Outlook


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Page Eteht -- THFrLEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday, Sgpfrmber 27, 14KAVERAGES

-I R Thomas;;eallil l'':Wed his wife, Dr. and Mrs. Wolfe Due I died to Hoamteed August 19 all Two Take First Degree

FOR Annie Mae Thoma, charged with i the age of Tl year*. Burial Wit
1 disorderly conduct, wee given To Return Here Today In the family cemetery plot at IndieMpolli At I.O.O.F. Meeting Here

sentences of W er five day and 'I former home of Mn
$10 or ten day, respectively A' Dr end Mr*. Herbert S. Wolfeare fteeefMn. Lewis AIdn., "% and Leslie

charge of. disorderly conduct expected to return today froma Bewr wa ill for IB mode DMtor win conducted through

LOCAL LEAGUE against Han saute we dlamiss-i vacation spent In Europe.Dr. prior tan hot death She la survived 1 the IrUtJatory degree of the I. O.
Wolfe, who I* horticulturist o. F at the meeting of the local
by two ion, Ebert M., and i iCbaI.
I ed.On Tuesday night Earl Saul I In charge of the Subtropical Ex- .It Reaer ef ln4Umapolia, and I lodge Tuesday night

The! average for the last half was before the court again on a periment Station here, made a two daughter, Mn Booth of Next Tuesday several candidates -
i of the Homestead diamond ban drunk and disorderly charge and i ihort study of subtropical horti- Homestead and Mr Sam Brund-I will be paused on for the
i league show that Lloyd Field, tint this time received a sentence of culture la southern France visited age of Miami. third degree
baseman of Walton Nurseries' $10 and 20 day in jail but the jail the citrus growing sections of ---
t leading the league batting by over sentence was suspended pending France and Italy and. early a r
I a hundred point; and Herman good behavior Ira Johns arrested September attended the International
i Thomas Brooker Lumber C* with Soul and charged with Botanic Congress at AMtcrdam. Italian-American RestaurantSpaghetti

pitcher If leading strikeouts with resisting arrest,, In addition to disorderly ( Dinners Wed Sat and Sun.
Mr. Wolfe who preceded Dr. .
: Si Leader In all department. In conduct we handed' a
eluding player who took pact la sentence of $2$ef 2$ day*. Ralph Wolfe to France by several month, White Help Service! and Satisfaction Gearaatee

fire or more game. are M follow: Bevls was given a five-day us- has been taking course of study JOE TORRICI
Find T.. .._ pended sentence on a disorderly at the Sorbonne In Part FLORIDA CITY
run. ( ._ .III''
ft. kmi4' 43. k.r$ .. .. 411K conduct charge
: fiiinvM MruDlur) : :M* Death Takes FatherOf
Werifcvr CuvMl tMorMf .. -.. ...inHIM Law Requires Owner ; Carl F Warner
( Rounr) ._._.*"., ,
tmta R. 0. Moves 171
-i )
1935 BUICK-8
Itamw i iWilbin .. IMBrtMtaak Mr, and Mr*. Carl F Warner
(Mor"; t ..:'.. ._..: .: 05Nits Jacksonville, Sept J*-The cote were expected to return last Bight
*. .
fib, K lul IVM M4: L L>ehmrt II lector of internal revenue call of early today front Crescent City
..... Woattunr, I*. attention to the provision of the where they were called Thursday Four-Door Touring Sedan

friptai twiblM 0.1.Wooribuiy c- S.wn, 4. National Firearm Act, approved of last week by a telegram advising
mam* rwut TtMoiH, Barrow. lufU.ft June t e, 1434 requiring every I them of the critical illness of Mr. .
.... OOMIIMII t.ll Built In Trunk 15,009 miles; looks and runs
laM on ... *I Wi It. person residing In the continental Warner father Later advice
PllcMnWitwi Retard. United States, who on July 28, I received here announced the deathof like new. RI.leulouslylow for price of
iW.ltpMMlib .. ...._ .
(HnrMtThiwiM I' 11000 1834 wa In possession of a firearm the elder Mr. Warner on

<( .......... ...
KgnU IWiluwl I I .nl
R..b.rt6Nor.' ..) ... .... I 2 ..1OtII. Under the act, the term fire- afternoon. I $735.00
n ton iHiriw ... I 1, .101II. arm" mean a shotgun or rifle !

M'liubr<*m :KtrtllWI Mounr) .. ........ : := having a barrel of less than 18* Funeral of Mrs. Reser I
G......... ,rortll'-I ._ 0 I .000 in length or any other weapon ex- '
rioniiit.r ir. r A.I) 0 t 000 revolver from I Held in Indianapolis'
KII,* ..F. r A. 0 I .000| cept a pistol or Preston B. Bird Motor Co..
Strlkwuta, TtiomM, SS: huM on ballot which a hot la discharged It such I
.. ... ArvlUa-
.r Thorn. weapon 1* capable of being con Mn Booth returned recently -
W.Hon"1" A" I from Indianapolis where Phone 18 Homestead Fla.
"Vr. A. cealed on the person, or a machine ,
rMd .. Mlt Rllrh .. *! : gun -
Slllc. : -
WKxIhnrr SuIllvM 161 '
Berner "'.' v.. . .....560' or silencer for any firearm. mother Mrs Sarah Reier, who' t _
Mae ::::1 .,:... : :: :.110Enay "
.no'N.1I/' .... .. ..1611f.bb. term "machine gun mean ;
.....,If..__ .n' weapon which shoots or I* .Th'1 -.
Harry Caw. .. .IraWe i
.. ":.1441 I Kind .: : we ed to shoot automatically er
100 ..... .. automatically with one shot ., ,
=. I= ::::
out mutual reloading by a single
.- ...... I
O. Campbell, ...1a. .11..H.. ..... .AMGammas function of the trigger The term"person" II
''TIIII:. ..._ ...46xrp0r.k Includes I
.a w.a-.. ..115R. a partnership
t. C ampb.ll IM L .100O company association or corporation .,
I 0rw .SMI: : =: .._. :.eweO. natural
M wen a* a persoo.
lie.... .. loomN
C'K.OOUIIM' r.t:: rk.ak. ::. ..roeFM1e Form ere available at all
.114',......, .101 branch K the eeOector of internal -
.0111. JM''W.M 7461Tbmp .
revenue and should be ex.

.....11I_ maw I n..kr. ." ..sot eartH la duplicate and forwardedto FfNCE

a........... .. JHI L t llMi.rHMiKW < .41. the collector of Internal revenue
.Sit,L Sullivan .
F II.. ....MI FuelM .. 'I Jacksonville Florida, who
1._ .5'0110. 0u1lvftaOraM .31 will after proper endorsement return -
o4 .."111:. Nll .... the duplicate to the
Ed.... .KMITIicHnuJOOI, .272T' copy
'"nor .Joel 0radl.r Amj registrant
M t \L. Campbell .214AnMnua Attention la called to the necessity -
j .inl :.501Wlaktyp
.10"Hiner ..teeL of the registration of all firearms -
Brooke .IN regardless of ownership
C. Campbell .176Bush.
.... .. .1419

Drunk and DisorderlyCases DR.M.A.BERGERDentist ANAT V 1

in Police Court w "mo

Drunk and disorderly conduct

( cases featured two aeuloni of police
court this week. 36 N. Krome Avenue

On Monday night Earl Saul, Upstairs :
charged with drunk and disorderly
{ conduct forfeited a $10 bond: J. Office Hours 8:30-4:30 (
I Ii
C. Vann, charged with disorderly OPEN EVENINGS (
conduct forfeited bond of a like

amount: Earl Smith charged with BY APPOINTMENT .

disorderly conduct, received a
five-day impended jail sentence:



Of Best Haunt I.. m. to I p. m.
Sunday t to II

Office: in Hausman Bldg. Heard SatnrdayaFree i I II

Phone 85 1 I Parking Space NOW; a place to Live !

HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA I r1fONE "' The average ken has the possibility el being at .least

( I on. bedroom LARGER mJ .fr uenUy TWO .BEDROOMS
s 1t LARGER through the simple MCMdMml of putting Waal Otto l

t pac* TO woes

Tie two charming rooms Dluatraled abor night /hut

Deming Pumps and Water SystemsAll a ..u bare J blew added to YOUR HOME a cm extra I

guest wan .. a boy* room ec apace for tecraataa and .

Sizes and Types pay. .; ;.

C-.ertia an attic fa NOT Emma and il fa :

bdutUd 00019 DM Items fe* which: loag-tona. bnprovementloan < : ,
are arulabte throngli' the Federal Housing ,Admin- t ,
to; M.OI M eae piece ef property.AEROMOTOE fatratiouu .. ", : r:
WINDMILLS: !. all sizes tsar new be ,.... CALL: OR PHONE FOR A FREE ESTIMATE ON THE' y

tinsel am the tine peysaeal plan through the Federal Hexing COST or MAKING NEW ROOMS >01 YOUR ATTIC a' ,
Act, ri rinn NSIYgiYe

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inorOkBAYYIEW ail er BATVIEW 0g-R

? Florida Hardware,jjg |her, Building Math. als f .. '., i iJot'

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Friday, September 27, 1.935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pacre Nine :

MAIL TRUCK TO 4 Diamond Gaines ICOth AnniversaryOf Three-Way Switches : vat *co rot ACCENT f

I' Still Wait on WeatherAfter Bible Conies Oct. 4 Useful for Garage; Red's primary use is aa an accent l !
color particularly in rooms that "
ARRIVEHEREAT9AJI.EACHDAY receive little sunlight As such,
much announcing aDd Tampa Sept 28 (FNS)-Min Three-way awlteb.es save steps
It should be used and
preparation, followed fay cancellations isterial associations and civic when used to canted garage illumination. sparingly
with neutral ,
on account of rain, there still groups throughout the state remaking .

remain four games of diamond plans tor the observance Switches at the house and the

ball to be played between Walton of nut four hundredth anniversaryof garage tan be installed to control

(Continued from Pap One'JnaUlUl'ltJon Nurseries, first-half champs, and I the printing of the English Bible garage lights from either point IN lNTT.Revr Of SAFThavet'10bI4

of mail truck service Brooker Lumber Co., second-rial which will begin October 1 and' SHOULDAefUtV
These switches
followed letten protesting the flag winners. continue through December I. are particularly DRJ'lB / 1
If the :
appropriate is
garage at
present moll schedule and requesting .! These garnet three of which are Hon. Owen D. Young chairman
tome from the )aou.e.
Improvement, sent last week I to decide the league championship of the national committee, has suggested -
Then tt ii also a good idea to in-
by I joint committee from the and one for the benefit of the daily Bible readings -fouRu lowG.,

Lions, Club ind Rotary Club to the I Love Thy Neighbor fund for the throughout the observance period, the stall low lights which along be the walk to OtrPtteR.-ANP
post office department, to Senators relief of the stricken keys, will be pageants depicting some phase of at the garage same time as can the main light on 114 Tot INTERe4t rof'
Fletcher and Trammel and played on the tint nights except: the subject, displays of old and Interesting s".erl 15VV-Q1

to Representative J. Mark Wilcox Saturday and Sunday, that the Bibles and other special
In Washington. The committee I diamond la fit for play. Announce- events. the Shortage ONe fMOU\.O V titpRlace..Ttoedi

of which T. E. KIrby was ment of the games win be madeon The first printed Bible came off Two Georgia negroes were discussing To

chairman, received the following a large sign placed across the the press October ., 1538.I tht financial condition of
letter from Mr. Wilcox under date I front of the city hall I the country. They dldnt agree."You's .

of September SI' I I MAKE WARDROBE ADEQUATE all wrong," one vociferated. d

"I have received copy of your I Kitchen 'Office" Now When adding a new wardrobe, "Key alnt no money aho'tage HARMANAnd
I Ah asked mash bankuh Is he out o'
letter addressed to Senator carefully plan It to accommodate
Fletcher, Trammell and Hon. W. I Planned for HousewifeA all clothing and accessories without money, and he tuk me In de vault

W. Howes, relative to your mail! crowding an' showed me plies an' piles o' ,

service and requesting that prompt convenient and attractive Clothes need plenty of air. Long, money. An' Ah says could he let

dally and Sunday service be established work center may be added to the shallow closets properly ventilated me have jus' a tittle. An' he says,

between Miami and kitchen, and the housewife will are more efficient than deep clos I ahoY he could. Has Ah any col- t

Florida City."I find it easier to organize her ets. Twenty inches is a minimum lat'rul? An' Ah hasn't Now data

have taken the matter up household if all the recipes, bills depth.To wha'a de mattuh wid dlt country O ti

with the post office derailment: today statements account books, etc.. keep clothing from being Dey's plenty o' money but we'se

in an effort to have prompt are properly filed there.A crowded place small wooden spacers Just runnin' sho't on eollnt'rul.

service for the Redland District desk! can be built in at some on the poles between each Wall Street Journal i

and Will do all in my power to point where It will receive ade- hanger N.tli ., AwlkittMl. If T.. Dead the officer agreed with the .
secure this service for you. If quate light and air A small filIng For articles! which must be laid Null'*. U honor given that 1 M. Wilson lady. He said his folks also depended t
there It further service I Cabinet can either be toldor u ...._ of state and County this I,
any may purchased flat use shallow drawers. A deep Tax Certificate Numbered U1M dMtho upon pharmacy
be able to render the Redland separately and attached to drawer is not convenient, for the Till day of A......, A, D. I Ml. KM filed And he spoke very highly of ,

District, please be assured of my the desk or drawers and pigeonholes articles must lie on top of one another MM application Certificate for tax In nr Mod fflo to.IMIIO. and thereon kM mode. the everyday courteous, persons ;

desire to do so" made of the lime material crushing and mussing those ._..* with l.w. said' C..U,..... en.bra..e attention that la part of
The present train schedule, aa the desk.A below. the following described rnp.rtr. sale made here
put .it...... In lie... Count, rlorkta towllLot: every
into effect as a result of the discontinuance bookshelf for cook books or Shoes set up from the flqor on Lot ID. Block t, G.b.1' BuMlvklun No '

of train service southof other books which the housewifemay a shelf will nof get aa dusty aa If County 4. A aubdi of D.Plot..., Book SUM IS ol Pin..lor...IS..,.U UM 'I'

Florida City after the hurricane be reading while she is watching they were placed on the floor. The TIM MMwrntnt of told Property under L 1 1110l'lESTEAD
destroyed about a third of the something cook can be placedin closet floor la also much easier to the Unknown Mid Oorttflnu UnbM. bmw4 MM wi Orttflrou in the Nameof shall $

F. E:, Ctracks between Rock Har- the lower part of the desk or clean.A be redeemed according U> taw. tan o..d will
bor and Marathon, gets mail here hung against the wall above it. A long shallow hatshelf, preferably D.5.them"". M the sad 4M f Of tubur. AIMS

at 3:30: p. m.-or later-three hours pencil sharpener can .be attached enclosed, and providedwith Dated thta lath 4>r of "_I. A. D Oil .
or more after it leaves Miami. The hat stands will keep hat It. H. LEA TN roRIl: AN. dork nl rlr-
to a convenient shelf, and the Quit Court, Dade County, FlorMv
train goes back at 430: p. m. 'phone and 'phone books suitably properly. nr N C'I. D. C. PHARMACY i

Homestead has been getting its located. A clock on the desk;; or Special compartments for small ClnuM(Court, u SMIAm ; I east: .. u. n. IT) I ii
mall from six to 12 hours after it aa attractive kitchen wall clock accessories are convenient

.. arrives In Miami from the north, can harmonize with the colors -- -- --.----- i
Husband (seeing her off on the
and people on the rural route have chosen for the desk.!
been getting >theirs a day late, a* A bench or chair should be designed train): 'Now, dear, aa soon"aa you HaVe You Ever Had An t'
arrive must telegraph.
the carrier .
leaves in the morning to match the desk ". to
). with the mallVhat arrived the afternoon Cool; colors are preferable"- for Wife: 'Very well, dear. How 1
much ahall I telegraph forEx.IA .
both walls and cabinets in the Accident

Improvementof the; train serviceto kitchen, but the furniture may be MM Craft ., the Conntr ,..*>.. state

give shippers until t:30 at least painted In bright contrasting color ft': RNs.'an'rATI OF I01M t. IUWLON, t
to get their express to the depot *. Warm yellows are often used D>o. County No ,.... With Your Car?
was asked of the railroad, and an lot kitchen accessories. t. Aa MUm' ,....WM. OUUIfetaM. M4 r
f ,_ Movies CWms: 0._
"II a.
1! official of the road known to be Asdnw. Said _.

it+ very friendly to thli section prom* 6UTSIDE< OUTLETS'HANDY You and each 01 Fort are baby tUlnw notifiedand mitt tft tt you haven't had an accident, Plat life ''I'
nqiiiml to present any
]i feed the committee to make every for a slightly additional amountan aced& winkle rem .......W yon KM k*..
1? effort to have the schedule better outside convenience outlet can first the -tote John I. Hnkm lateMiami. and let w stand the risk of the losses yon may i
Dade .6. florid. to MH ir
ed. be included in wiring plans. Corner Jude of Cotmlr, Florida, at l have. r
Garden lighting, electrical hedge _. att.. In tic Cow HOMO M MiamiriorMl. %
within fight MontM from the ,
Double-Purpose Room clippers, and car washers are a tin of the ( nolle.,
few of the many items which MM etolm, ,:.o0:0': :. W drrmtt Let us show you how convenient and eronomicai
Makes Place for Guest .
u ford at or Mnw "
should have convenient outlets.If Mrrotl. DM Chnptor.. Ilm4 Lam .:JIll: it I is to have your cat Injured by ui.
outlets are designed to meet auto of Florida for w rf 1MT
Today's small apartments and Dead a.pamber' 10. 1919.
future needs and Installed when LAURA A, BANtON. Admlnk.tr.trlx(84V .
for houses seldom provide extra space the house is built, they will costless ( H. W IT Dot I. II. II, X&. Nov I, HI We also! sell all other types of INSURANCE. :
guest rooms. .
and be less trouble.
: A library or other major room ,

l' may be converted into a guestroom :
Eva Estelle Sullivan
H with a minimum of trouble Too Much Eating W. Maxwell Smith
A farmer who went to
a large
't The desk may be provided with Teacher of Pianoforte
City to see the sights engaged a Insurance
an extra drawer and shelf area
III room at a hotel, and before retiring Beginners a Specialty
which will be left for the use of
I McCrorr Arcade Phone J1J-M
r asked the clerk about the
1 1 the guest, and a glass or other i hours for meals. 101 N. E. Ind Are. Homestead
washable top will make an
"We have breakfast from 7 to 11, .
-- --- --- --
priate dressing table .
dinner from 1 to 3, and supper
Either a studio couch or
IPPro-i from 6 to 8," explained the clerk.
a-door bed may be used, and "
"Look here, inquired the farmer -
of these will not be in .
In surprise "what time am I
while the room la used as a U-
> I "
,. [ goin' to see the town' -Houston
brary.A Post.Turner's.
desk lamp, placed on an end Brooker Lumber Co. Inc.
table, will make a satisfactory bedside -
table and lamp. I ;

The colors In the furnishings and Funeral Home i

I on the walls should be kept light

'I l Properly planned, a double purpose Lady Attendant 1

room may be made both efficient Phone 'U.R Hom.t..

and attractive. Everything for the I

w L6tUs Homestead "

;j; Rejuvenate I

-, Your CarP Plumbing Co.

.- .. -
I .

P;, \ ood Work a "

: Body, Fender Repairs For Plumbing Installations .

:3 Tops and Trimming Repair and We have application blanks for

Seat Covers Septic: Tank Cansttnf- government loans :

Painting tion and Service.:

Art's Paint Shop W. IL BOOTH

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Page Tan THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Friday, September 27. 1996..
A. R. PRATT IS SURPRISEDON VISITORS ENJOY Joyed. Punch, crackers and sandwiches -

I A. R. Pratt was agreeably surprised I A djap wa fishing party was I Among those present were: Mr.

I I Social Events I lad Thursday afternoon given Saturday for Min EmogeneSevltt and Mr*. Joe Elder, Mr. and Mn.
when Dr. J. B. Tower and Charles and John French both of Gordon Etheridge, Mr. and Mrs.

G. Turner cam to help him celebrate Topeka, who with Miss Bevltt's Mason Roberta, Mr. and Mrs Ted

his ninety-third birthday an- I mother. Mr*. Arthur J. Bevltt, Crockett, Mr. and Mn Warren
I niversary. They brought him not spent several day here at the Hutton Mr. and Mn Bill Wood

HOMESTEAD P.-T. A. the committee. A covered dish only their good wishes but also a home of Mr. and Mr*. tt H. EwIng M.... Offer, Miss Elizabeth Roberto -
HONORFACULTYThe I luncheon was served. very attractive and acceptable gift. cousins of Mn. Bevltt Mia Eleanor Holferty Miss

Homestead P.-T. A. held It* I Present were: Mrs. J. B. Owens, On their departure they both In the fishing party war: Mr. I i Loll Bohrens Min Kathe Petersen,

first meeting, tMt season, an Informal I Mrs. Alex Hemming, Mrs L. G. wished him seven more happy and Mr*. Wm. Musaelwhit, Mr. I Henry Behrens Maurice Jennec,
'. rplk for teacher, last I Ruggles, Mrs. Fred Redd, Mrs. W. birthday. and Mn. Gordon Ivey, Mia Bev'I Bruce Core James Field, Arnold

night in the auditorium of the O. Talbot, Miss Ruth Fox. Mrs. lit, Mr. French and Wm. Ewln,. 'i|Offler, Robert Kyle, Fred Kufeldt. ,
Neva King Cooper SchooL The Rue, Mrs. Geronlmo, Mrs. Rheneyand P.-T. A. EXECUTIVE A fish fry at the Musselwhlt' and Tom Carter.STEWARDS .

hurt program consisted of a saxophone Vara and Anne Rheney. COMMITTEE TO MEET home followed the fishing trip.
solo by Ceo. M. Frick with At the Homestead P.-T. A. ex- I ENTERTAINEDAT
ecutive meeting which will be .
accompaniment by hit daughter REBEKAHS CELEBRATE M. E. PARSONAGEWhile
Mm Frick, ANNIVERSARY held Tuesday In the clinic room
Virginia by
I MEET IN MIAMI OCT. S the board of stewards of
of the Neva King Cooper School
Mil S. L. West two accordion to- Liberty Rebekah Lodge No. 46 I
too by Frank I and another of Homestead, Coral Rebekah the project for the year will be The W. O. W. and Woodmen's I!: the Homestead Methodist ChurcH
loB discussed and other important Circle district meeting which wa holding a business .session
saxophone by Mr. Frick. Mrs. Lodge No. 13 of Coconut Grove I WW'I,
E. J Oyal the president, madea and Palm Rebekah Lodge No. 27 matters will be taken up, Mrs. E. J. be held Tuesday will be !! Monday evening at the parsonage,
short address of welcome. of Miami held a district social Dyal, the president, said yester Biscayne Temple on N. W. Fifteenth I wives of the masculine members
day. avenue and First street In I I of the board enjoyed a social hour
Punch wu served by Mrs. Paul meeting in the Odd Fellows hall
,t Reynolds, Mrs. Corbert Geiger, In Homestead Monday night In .__....?""... ,W INMMMMIMMMNN? Miami Instead of in Coconut with the pastor's wife Mn. A. A.
j Mrs. Geo Wakefield and Mm. A. observance of the eighty-fifth The CalendarSept Grave a* at first planned. Koeitlln

D Smith. anniversary of the order. More The business meeting will be Later refreshments were served
t Mr- London Carney, Mrs. EUinbetli than one hundred member at- --- held at JStf>, a covered dish supper to all
iMichs Mrs W. K. Walton, tended. 28-Girl Scout court of at 6:30: and a program which Present were: Mr. and Mn.Koestllne .

Mis J H Webster and Mrs. Wm. The given consisted ot honor meeting. will be open to the public at a Mr. and Mn. J. G.
i Hlieniv nerved ai the hospitalityomniittre the 8fnm : welcome Oct. Homestead P.-T. A. ex- o'clock.: Wynn, Mr. and Mn. Ivan Moser,
Liberty Rebekah .ecutive meeting at 10 a. tn. : member of Avocado Mr.
( song Lodge; AU Camp and Mn. R. E. Scott, Mr. and
Mr I. P. McLean, house and address of welcome Mrs. Thelma Oct. 10. E. S. meeting In Baptist and Royal Poinclana Grove are Mn H. L. Brown, Mrs. J. E. Davis -

propel i tv chairman had decorated Radford; response Mrs. Trella Sunday school building at B urged to attend this meeting. Mn Chester Redd, Marjorie

UK iiudltnnum with palms and Kennedy; solo, Miss Olive Nicholson p. m. Moser, Marjorie Redd Wanetta
kitchen utensil band, Palm; Oct. 1-Girl Scout meeting at and Aline Koestllne
other potted plant ; Skill home. GRADUATES OF REDLAND, and Billy and
Rebekah Lodge; solo, Mm Geo HIGH HAVE PARTY Jimmy Brown.
Oct. American Legion Auxil-
NEW GIRL SCOUT PATROL Malloy; address Hugh Beattie; I Ic
iary covered dish luncheon at the A number 'of Redland High
FORMED HERE MONDAY :M'.o, Frank Bllello; i home of Mrs. Fred Redd. School graduates with their husbands -I AD ASTRA CHAPTER
i A now patrol of Girl Scouts was Mary Drummerviolin ; Oct. Business meeting of wives and friend were TO MEET ON TUESDAY

i formed here Monday when Mix Mrs Alma solo John Kloppcl Brain solo; Woman's Auxiliary at Episcopal present at a reunion given by Mr \I The Ad Astra Chapter of the

(. Dorothy Donnell of Miami met Seattle reading, Mrs; "dln"j Church with Mn. Lee H Lehman and Mn. Bruce Crockett and Mr. O. E. S. will hold Its tint fall
; .
with of candidates ;
.1 group young laUp.m. and Mn Geo. W. Kosel Jr., at meeting in the Baptist Sunday
remarks, David Lamick
.it thi home of Mrs J. R. ;
I cordion solo, Frank Bllello. Oct. Buslneas meeting of the I the home of Mr. and Mn. Kosel school building Tuesday at 8 p. .
mi North Krome avenue. Cake, coffee and teed tea were I Junior Woman' Club of Home-I I at Chapman Field on September I II m. The chapter suspended meet-
The new Scouts are: Edna Forte,
served. jtaad. I 11 Dancing and cards were en- ing during the summer
wave, HurUtn Mary Jo Close Von.Hheney Oct. 8-Woman's Club of Home-
Frances Rutland Either Mrs. Margaret Day was chair-
I stead study clan meeting with
Pope and Athley Kemp. Wava man of the entertainment com- Mia Jennie Lobdell.
Horton la patrol leader and Ath- mittee; Mrs Edna Strickland of Oct. 8-Areme Club meeting
ley Kemp Is asslBtant. The the refreshment committee; and
patrol with Mrs. Fred Suber at 2:30: p.
4 has not ben named. I Mrs. Mollle Wlngate of the com-

1 Homestead girls who wlah tot mittee that had decorated the hall m.Oct 18-Meeting of the Wom-
be Scouts and the dining hall.
thin year must Join an' Club of the Redland
by next Tuesday, Mrs. Frank Skill, Members of the local lodge Oct. It-Social meetingof., the IITH .
present were: Mr and Mrs. HarryD.
t of
captain the local tropp an Junior
Woman' Club of Home-
4 nounces. At the meeting after Wolfe Mr. and Mr*. Hugh Beat- stead. "

: school on that day the attendance tie. Mr. and Mrs Carl Hilchey, Oct. 2J-Meetlnlof the Wom- '
for Mr. and Mrs. John Brain, Mrs.
record stars will begin.
1 an'* Club of Homestead In. club- I
Tomorrow a court tf honor will Cora Belle Orlnold. Mrs. Florence house.

be held at the Skill home for the Pacettl Mr*. Gertrude Capllnger, 23-Rebekah district SAFETY"of
Sept social
Mrs. Strickland, Mrs. Cay Mrs.
present patrol leaders their assistants -
with Rebekah
meeting Liberty -
the scribe, the secretary Flora Compton Mrs Celia Ennls, Lodge the
and treasurer and the captain and Mrs. Blanche Chapman, Mrs.
and benefit
Oct. IS-Men' Night
j lieutenantOn Maude Simmons, Mr*. Jessie
party at the Woman' Club of
Saturday, Oct. 8, the leaders Harper, Mrs Lochier McCullon, the Redland
} of all troops In Dade County and Mrs. Mamie Jernlgan Mrs Rad-
their lieutenants will hold an all ford Mrs. Wlngate and Claus RUG

day meeting at the Skill home. Grinold.

h Competitive sport In the municipal MRS. KOESTLINE GIVES OUR NEWEUGENE SO
: swimming pool, handicraftwork
games and other forms of WAVE
; Mrs. A KoestUne'i, class of
training are on the program for Sunday school pupils, the banner MACHINE
this meeting.
class of the Homestead Methodist
Sunday School, was given a partyat I In the Rexall Plan there Is no middleman.
b equipped with voltmeter and
MRS PICHE GIVES the Koestllne home Tuesday.
PARTY FOR CLASS Both indoor and outdoor game .lime clock (0 Insure safety mid Merchandise is shipped directly to Rexall
quallly wura la the following
Mrs. T. D. Piohe
t entertained were played, and refreshments
Wednesday afternoon In the Bap- were served. atjfcsi Stores from the laboratories. The: sayings

j tilt Sunday School rooms for the half of
Only the clans was present EUGENE
members of her Sunday school because of rainy weather. I CROO.UIQNOLE of this plan( are passed on to you. .
class who will be promoted to the Those at the
party were: MarJorie
senior department Sunday. Games Moser, Marjorie Redd, Edwina SPIRAL And remember, you get full size pack
and contests were enjoyed.The I COMBINATION
Close, Mildred and Margaret
five girls who will be promoted Field and Wanetta and Alene, $7.5$6.5OS$1.50Operator() ages, first quality and all fresh merchan-
: are: Miss Loll Walker, Miss Koestllne.
Fern Robertson Miss Nora Akers I of Beauty Parlor dise. .

Miss Edna Bigger and Miss Pris- MRS. FRED !SURER NEW MISS LILY BROWN

Others present were: Miss Lu- Mr. Fred Suber wa elected Bush's Barber Shop I
belle Grennell Miss Albertlne president of the Areme Club at Its I
Davis Miss Helen West and Miss meeting Tuesday afternoon when ANDBeauty
,. Virginia Frick. Mrs. tussle Joiner was hostess at
I the Seminole Hotel. Mrs. Suber e
I lEGION AUXILIARY succeed Miss Estelle Turner who Parlor I

i HELPS 41 FAMILIES was elected at the last meetingbut I
.I The welfare committee of the I declined to serve. to NORTH KROME: AVB. ,Ii The Dixie Drug

; American Legion Auxiliary reported I Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, Jr., won I ....... -i

J j'> at Its meeting at the home the mystery package. .. .. -
of Mrs. W E. Rheney on Sept ISj' Present were: Mrs. J. 1:. Davis Your Rexall StoreTHERFV1IQUE
J that It had outfitted forty-two I Mr. W. F. Humphries, Mrs. J. B'j PERM73MOMTWAVING i : ...un ;

families with clothing which had Hardy, Mrs. A. V. Phillips, ., i
been donated to the auxiliary andto I Mrs. B. G. Branch, Mrs. E. E. Alt-: : aquae

the Red Cros Mrs Wm. Ger- I man, Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Suber> Croquignole or Spiral i Ala ;
onimo local Red Cross chairman, i Miss Turner, Miss Helen Livingston -

and Mrs. Frank B. Rue comprise I and the hostess. / $5-00 57.00 I


; Annie Mayhcw FitzpatrickGraduate AND Finger EYELASH Wvlnf-Falal TINTING ::: I I THE IIEATERLE89 METHOD OP PERMANENT' WAVING

Oberlin Conservatory and Royal Manlcnrinf-Marcellng .: i Croquignole Spiral Combination-$3 $6 $7
t I
by experienced operators
Conservatory of Leipzig 8 Yean Bane Loeatkm i I SCALP MASSAGE FACIAL MASSAGE


f Beauty: Parlor
; SiOFFE :; i
: owl Redi&nd! Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422 I 544-W Sewl Floor Hone 8"". phoae U-B
,Flower. Bldg.. Phe e. I
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l! Friday, September 27, 1935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE rage Eleven

Florida METHODIST.City-the FREE Rev. Edith '

1 I Tamblyn, pustoi Sunday school

2'30 p. m; preaching 3:30: and 8 d

p. m.; Young people's meeting, HATS; first Insertion. _10.* n line; subsequent insertions
7:15; Junior meeting 3:10 Tuesday., 4k line
BAM'lSTBeateadThe 1:15 rYas "'.-if at ____ _...--LJ.
Eckel, pastor. Sunday school at prayer Meeting : p. m. Thurs :

8:45 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m day. ,
Rev C N. and 7:30 p. m.; N. Y. P. 8. IIIId I FOR RENT 1 Outfit. W reward. Notify S. C.MaeDonakd 1
Walker, pastor Sunday school at PENTECOSTAL
T.vernier, Tkm.
Junior meeting at 630: p. m. I
10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m.; B Y. P. U. at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evenIng Goulds-Rev. C C. Henabergarpastor. .. FURNISHED ROOM tar pal I (pan I

Prayer service Wednesday at 8 7:80 Sunday school at .:tl:;: With or without musk Mr. C t MISCELLANEOUS .
I I preaching at 11 a. ... and 7:30 p.m. .,l N. Henderson, Princeton Phone;
Sept to-Morning topic Princeton-J. H. Benson, pastor 1721.
; Young people' meeting at 6.30P. I
In His Ima.. a lemon on 841; ; preachingat \
stewardship, Inaugurating the 1041: a. m. and 71 p. m. m.; Ladles' prayer ditto. Tuesday j FURNISHED BEDROOM. Modem'I W. a Woods, McCrory Arcade
at 3-80 m. Mid-week; i
I Junior meeting at 11:30, II prayer convenience.. Glance available
week ef prayer among Southern young
service Thursday at 7:80 I PIANO TUNING and
Baptlsta. Evening !aermonDrawing : ..'* meeting at 8:30. Prayer p. m.'j MM. C W. McEwen. 18 N. K: I repairing. I
Good used for ml
piano cheap.W.
Near to God. meeting Wednesday at 7.10 p. m. I 14th St (sZTtf I
I, E. Keen US N W. 3rd StI '\
Qct *-Prayer service conducted I
EPISCOPAL FOR RENT-o-room bungalow
by Y. W. A. Homestead-Krome avenue at i HEMSTITCHING while you wait.
furnished. N. E. 11th St, Just oft I
N. 18th street school I
o.alThe Rev. Noah Peter St John's-S. Eo Second avenue Sunday at Krom Ave. A. E. Campbell. Stager sawing machines end repairs -
and Fourth street Homestead. 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. Mrs Wm. H. Booth, .
son, pastor. Sunday school at K ('pdT
Minister In charge, the Rev. C. I acre** tram r. X. C. station.
preaching it It SPIRITUALIST
a. m.; a. ra and TEMPLE OF
R. Palmer; lay reader, Joseph ROOMS FOR RENT WeH furn
7:30 p. m.; a Y. P. U. at 8:30: p. m. TRUTH
Prayer service at 7:30 p. m. Wed Cauzens. Second Sunday each I ished. Mn. Jay Simmons, oar. WANTEDATTENTION _
nesday. month corporate communion for Homestead-branch of Miami Silver Palm and Richard road
-Qualify now
month; holy communion I a. m. Spiritualist Temple of Truth In (aI'1)
to install and service Air Conditioning
CATHOLIC Sunday school at 845: each Sun- Woman's Club 410 N. W. Eighth I -
: 8-R O O M modern unfurnished equipment In hotels,
day. Church services last Sunday avenue. Men's Bible class and
Church of the Sacred Heart
boWIe on Krome Ave., garage. I restaurants, factories, >M>me,
S. E. Second avenue Homestead; each month. young people's lyceum at 7:15: p. etc. Splendid opportunity for

the Rev. Alfred McDonald, pastor. EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN: m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobson 4-ROOM Also furnished cottage in Red- j I those selected for training Write
at 7:45 lecture and
: at
Sunday mass it 9 a. m; week day ; message I giving reference Dr Schoerk'sAir
land Also
mass at 7.45 daily. Sunday school St John's-Redland; the Rev. B p. m. by the Rev. Sada Hobson. 10-ACRE garige.: pot hole farm land and Conditioning Training, Alton -

Saturday at 8 a. m. Sunday school Ceo. M. Poth, pastor. Sunday COMMUNITY MEN'S BIBLE 6-room modern house, garage.W. Illinois.DIESELMen.
following 9 o'clock school each Sunday at 10
Sunday mass. a m.
CLASS M. Brodie Rcdland. (i20U)
Communion for women the tint English service on first Sunday of I j wanted to start Im-

Sunday of month; for men and each month at S p. m. and German White Stone M. E. Church buildInt -] FOR RENT-Store at III Krome, mediate training In this vicinityto

boys, the second Sunday of month. service on third Sunday at I p.. Sunday at 9,45: a. m. NondenominationaL Ave. Large room In back. Running Install operate and service

Holy hour first Friday of monthat m. International lesions water. See Mn. Eva Col DIESEL ENGINES In power

7.4S p. m. Mass first Friday at used. Those not attending I ling. plants trucks tractor, etc Consultation -

711): a. m. Benediction of the METHODIST EPISCOPAL other Sunday schools cordially In- service and tools furnished. I

Blessed Sacrament after mass. Florid City Community Church: vited. ,j, FOR RENT. -Furnlahed apart- Write giving mechanical
, mentt. Dr. J. B. Tower, Homestead qualifications. Schoeck Dleeel
-the Rev. M. A.
The first Friday of the month Soper, pastor NONDENOMINATIONALPRAYER FU.
Training, Alton Ill.
Sunday school at B 30
: a. m.
during summer, mass will be ;i SERVICE I .
selebrsted at 7.4S: a. m... The I preaching at 10 a .m. and 7:30 p. I FOR SALE REAL ESTATEREAL
m. Church night
Holy Hour will be discontinued Wednesday at Bible study and prayer service

until October. 730. conducted by the Rev. H. E. Bergof ESTATE-Those who want

Kedland Community Miami at home of Mrs. a. 1. CATERPILLAR TEN for to buy or sell Redland District

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE the Rev. M. A. Soper ChlU'eb-1 Gault every Friday at :3 I p. m. Frank Bemecker Jr., .I"j I I real estate will find up-to-date
Ave. and Silver Palm road.
Florida City-Broadway and day school at 10; ( listings in our office./ M.rt} of

Sixth street Sunday school at Church night, Thursday at 730.: CARD OF THANKSWe these listings are still at subnormal -

9:45 a. m. for pupils under 20 yean METHODIST EPISCOPAL wish to thank the many : FOR SALE-Upholstered davenport prices. We shall appreciate

of age morning service at 11 friends in Homestead who helped rust color, practically new. either your inquiries or

o'clock. Wednesday evening services SOUTH us during the long sickness of our I $20 cash. Mrs. Eva Collins, your listings all of which will
which include testimonialsof Homestead Fla. have our beat attention. Now I*
White Stone Church-Homestead dear mother who passed away
the time to B. W. Morris
healing and experiences and ,
remarks -
; the Rev. A. A. Koestllne, Aug. 18.
TOMATO PLANTS- C. F. Talbot now associated with H. A. Cameron -
Christian Science
on 8 p. pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. I
m. The public is cordially Invitedto MRS. ARVILLA BOOTH, I Richard and Silver Palm roads. N. W. let St.. in Citizens
m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 !
attend. MRS. SAM BRUNDAGE. (s27tf) Bank Bldg. Phone 72.
p. m. Junior League at 2:30: p.

Sept., U Lesson m.; HI League at 8:43 p. m.; Senior FOR S A L E-Bedate.d., mattresses ACREAGE AND -.RO\'ES

i topic, : "Reality". sermon. League at 8.30 p. m. ,Prayer meeting LEGAL NOTICES I ,' springs, parlor suite, CHARLES I. BROOKS specialize

at 8 p. m. Wednesday porch furniture, chairs, rugs In Redlands properties

CHURCH OF CHRIST Sept. t9-Morning meaucei H..... ., A"lk.llo. far Tai rid china, odd pieces. J. F. Dyches Purchasers are In MIAMI so
"Christian Mode a) kmar storm tail ". t .... opposite Redland P. O. (po4)FOR list with a broker you know to
Homestead Education" special
-First avenue and All. L. but hold. at estimates of sate
N. W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton, vocal solo by Mrs. Mussel- and county Tu Cont,..,. NumWrad1T1M be a REDLANDS BOOSTER.
SALE Good milk ,
and 771'2. dated the 7th day ot A. cows gov. Send listing, with legal
minister. Bible study at 10 a. m.; white. Evening message musk A. D. INS, Haw filM mid Gortlflauatair tested for Bangs disease and TB. your
communion fellowship and Crucifying Christ Toda1mule .. olflro, ... km leads .pallotloawltk Also does. Must sell. description of )land price term,
a. dead a I.. th..n I. an.rd.nr yearling
etc. Send postal and I will cell
preaching 11 a. m.; preaching at by young people's choirof with I..... Sold Certificates mbrooo thefnilowlom N. Luckey, Silver Palm Dr., '/a ;
7JO 1* voices. described, pnpmr. lllnoUd lo or give full Information to J. R
p. m. Prayer meeting Wednetday -+ mi. W. of Krome, Homestead.
Florida to.wit
Dad. County :
at 7,30: p. m. OtU S-Bible study at 7.39 Lot ., Block S, 1'1.' ... sibs Crait. Ifeaubdn. (pa2'1)FOR (Dick) Brooks Homestead.
I.CHURCH p. .... Plot Book It. Pan 4. la thee.:11' CHARLES I. BROOKS
OF GOD : : Dad. Sato ot. Florida. M om- SALE-Guaranteed cheep 128 N. E. First St Miami
C.rtCflo.1. No 17KI Th. 01-
Homestead-fl08 N. W. First Silver Palm Community Churchthe a>o nmt at rid Property under the. told mules Ceo. Smith, N. W. 8th with South Atlantic Mortgage Co.
Rev. H. G. Cowan pastor. 0.rt1k.ak.uedwa Hi Uw. name at A.
venue; Fev. Geo. Lorton, pastor. B. W.lbrook. street (ps27)
Sunday school every Sunday at 10 Lot a. Hlork S. Now' ally Crag A
Sunday school at 945: : a. m.; a. m.; preaching services on first ....lMSn. Plot Book 17, '- 4, lo the j
reaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. Cant at Dad., lute at Florida, tae LOST A'1
third and fifth 11
a. T":. .
bread In CwtiriroU No. 771HS.
Senior o.uum.nt -
n. C.
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G. Society 8:30 p. m.. and 8p.m.Sept. of mid proptrtr aodM the mil :lli: .
m.; Intermediate C. O. O. S. inparsonage O.rtlfh'.t. Issued WH .. the same of A. LOST-Sept 4, black female dog I I: :I ,'., '5

8:SO p. m. Mid-week 19-Topic of sermonat K: W.lbrook.UalM mid Certirintai. shall k. nrfamMIMnrdlni with white spots. About size of I ', .::::;.. I

prayer service at 1:30.p.: m. Wed- 11 a. reel "The Power of the la and will law tluwmoa fox terrier. Answers to name of .:-: .
. lesday. CospeL"PRINCETON < Ind d.i'r Onto er. A, O. IMSitrd I I'i .:"
thai of Atnnait, A. D 1945L5ATHFRMAN.
B. B, Clark of Clr- monsoon
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE M. E. CHURCH ., sa.. Court Dodo Crony rlorido. Physical Culture Hotel, Inc.
Sept Z9-Last of the 'revival Br N. C. Rumtt D CCircuit I Y6
Homestead_ Court ftfal.AM In th@ DaiuvIIIa, New York
The Rev. Howard services. ( Ml (..... .. I*. M, S7I j .
IDEAL to Health TmWat. V
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Paw Twelve THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, September 27, 1935
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cblmber""if commerce building" made to determine tt< r&unrt rof tp. w.oe.edings and.
c. > JOINT GROUP'TO'TALK locks that would be in bit of logic in'r:=
I was brought up and T 1:. Kirby,I necessary 1 negro.
who U a councflman. said the city the controlling canal to regulate :SPOM yo was thirsty an' DOOM
TO COUNCIL the level of the water for the a river. Yo' could kneel right
I j build-ng benefit of all growers at all sea down an' drink yo' fill couldn't
i\ I sons. yo'? An it wouldn't cost yo'nothtn' -
LIVE then voted to have an attractive ON MIAMI SIGN Tom Undsey, chairman of a Oat water would be free But .
sign made and
hung from the
; committee to seek the repair and twain'' yo' WIt to hl dot water
building at right angles to the aide- resurfacing of the unpaved POtion *,piped to :JI'O' house, rod have to
;. (Continue*!;;: I cat walk the me that chamber'of strangers could Jo- (Continued From Page One) of Krome avenue from the pay W uJdn't jo'T De salvation
meetlngy WM commercebulWAS Tamlami Trail south, laid he had am free but 1U de habln' it pipedto
to keep Interest I from *distance,from the I payers The committee: ,which includes been Informed that there) was no yo1 dat yo' fotta pay fo "-IX..
north pr from the south A com I also Paul Reynolds and, Roy this
sustained and money available for work now
. mltte composed of Mark, Redd Chandler, was continued in office
but that as soon as there was the '
action on and Wollam will attend to this. and an Invitation was sent to the
road would be reconditioned.I NEWT G
ti from time to B It
A committee)whose primary aim Chamber of Commerce to appoint ,
f tention Dt & will be to get every business_ a similar committee, which was B. Sommers, as a speaker on ....tasty r'.11IIo
who'The' !a safety program, read some unvarnished -
\ to join the chamber ot commence done Wednesday nightOeorge
\ t been the fourth : I descriptions ot fatal accidents Pities IKSUIUJtCE AMp
' consist of WUlard Flfleld, A, T Wakefield, chairman of,
month. caused by reckless motorcar CTtDltE-M UlJD
Arthur, I. i McLendon, 0 aPark.r
will be on the committee on the beautification drivers.
Wednesday of and Fred Redd. of State Road t-A In South Dade, M H. R x" AmNMons
t A Just part of an item of 17.000 reported that A. D. Barnes, county -
O. B.Parker
that placed in its budget by the commission superintendent ot parks said Again the Uigh Coat of Living
a sign
had made over: for advertising the agricultural that the state had no funds tor A colored preacher had Just con Edward
! at the : resources of the county, the purpose but the county had cluded sermon on Salvation Am
will be sought by the Redland applied to have the road beautified
nue and the Free", and announced that a collection ,
trict Chamber of ai a WPA project would be taken for the StilinAJ"Real
, placed there J up General
the sign if through a committee : DII-1 Frank Skill chairman of the benefit of the parson and his family -
! and fifleld and :: T. E. Kirby: and George W.; water control committee, said that A member of the audience Cor.FLORIDA Palm Are
teered ai his erg Jr. I preliminary survey:" would be objected to the paradoxical nature i I1111111I',111'1111111111111111.,1111,1111111111111I111111" "....-.-..-" ,
he thought .
! {erected on the '''" '''''''' '''" "'"' ' ,' I
west of the New Crop IrishPotatoes Sugar Creek Creamery =

i within cut apprising to that Da Butter

Keyi The :
put this sign up
i ed to paint it, 10 lbs. -,Igc lb. prints -- Z9c
I contribute the) :!"
\ and the sign :
: Repainting of Large Sige CookingAPPLES Armour StarHAM

; lI.i.U"']'( l'H _
Whole or Half
f TOMATO 5 lbs. --- -24c Saturday Specials lb..33c :

Large Crisp Libby's or Golden HerMILK 10 tall cans Georgia BeefSteaks

1 i CELERYstalk S9c ;

WE : ; 13c
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. _... Ib. :a:9c :
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t Fresh Large Iceberg I .
t of l LETTUCE COFFEEJb. Georgia Rib
} c Stew Beef

j CLICKS I II :i 2 firm heads .15c Ib.IOc '

CLICK :. Florida Rose Plain or Self Rising .

I/ FERRY. tl'I. ;Georgia Sweet 6-lb.bag 25c Ground Meat .

. LIVINGSTON LIVINGSTON Potatoes5Jbs. FLOUR bag ---45c Sausagelb.

: .-----,ISC 24-lbbag 89c lb :
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.: Fresh Bulk -
; Hector Rich Creamy 3-lb. can LARDlb.rrrrr.14c

J Cabbagelib. Snowdrift 49cBlue

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1 Georgia ChuckRoast
Rose 5 lbs I' 2pkg .
Thompson Seedless
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RICE25cDaby Corn Flakes 15c,.
jI j i GRAPES21bs.for I

3 Ibs. lb. .I5C:
Pink tall canSALMON10c -----
; :ISC
--- UmaJcans19cMeal Daisy :i I

or 5 Ibs. qt. can

: Prunes2lb. GRITS - 18c Wesson Oil 3ge ib. ---:--- Z1c

1 O yN : : Georgia SmokedBACON
PLifr .---I3C All Good No.2/ can Jewett's Cider qtVINEGAR15 .
No. 2 CansTomatoes z

I Ib.-------Z9c
June 3 cans
Hershey's ft lb. can
r :ISC Peas23cPeerless Calf Liver .
2 cans ---- COCOAlOc

: Bronson's Hardwater 3 I )Ib ..........Z9c
MUSTARDquartjar.I.Sc SOAP, 3 cakes 13cFor Fresh GroundHamburger
\ Bath String Beans 25c '

t i 3 pkgs. Target 2 cans ::-

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Red Chief Super Suds 25c Corned Beef 29c

Free Cop or Saucer with. <

t Dog Food Sliced lb. CHURNCOLDib. ;:

Can- ": !"' .5 ,BACON 39c, -... .r r r -ZC'
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