The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00040
 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: October 4, 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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00040
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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i It M f logical that the membership drive of the R
ft lAP OF GODS I Und this District morning thamber M part of of Commerce* general which plan to rets revitalize underway ,. 193E SALES GRANTED to '

!it should concentrate first en the) business and professional
men and women of Homestead. A chamber of

HERE TONIGHT Commerce Is usually comPosed primarily of persons
banded together in a concerted movement to increase POTATO, GROWERS OF DADE

their tmsine'4 up the community or communities -
from which they draw their trade.

2 Big Diamond Ball Upsets The men who from now until Wednesday night of". Land history Provision
Last Night Forecast next week will call on everyone who has business interests I 100 MEMBERS f IS Practically Out of

Thrilling Finale here are not asking for contributions to a philan-
thropic or charitable organization. They will ask (INITIAL GO.U IN PictureCONCESSION
iW to invest five dollars of your money once i year ah
hour of your time once or twice I month in what, iri the IS GtVEN
TO Tit SERIES SCORE last analysis, is a selfish, organized effort for community I C.OFC.CAJJPAIGNCommittee FOR CUT ON ACREAGE
growth and expansion that will bring added dollars to
[Dixie Hands Turner First cash register and money drawer. Tomorrow Deadline for

Defeat of Existence There are many'things to be'donej to make possible to Began Canvass Filing Allotment

Fr Birla' Tie this growth. Homestead, Tor instance, can not grow.. I of Business Men Applications

to any extent until,it baa more houses and Apartments, ThiS Morning
After being swamped IT to 6 as almost daily demands for housing accommodationscan For Girls' Tie
:Wednesday night in the tint game not be met even now-and neither the. fanning 6ne hundred hew merpber byWednesday
of tip Jgcat diamond ball ,league season nor the tourist season list begun yet Moreover, I night of next week U An allotment of 10 to M percent
Championship series, Walton Nurseries I the initial goal of the committee of hut year's sale or an average -
there will be no construction rush until something
of the 1933 33-34, bated
which begin the years -
cam back last night and membership
done about compromising and refunding Homestead'sbonded drive on personal history of the grower
won from Brooker Lumber Co, I of the Redland District
.-.. Tug third and final, game of indebt dnes If you already own your house, Chamber of Commerce at 10 rather than he history of the
the series'Will be played.tonight, you may be able to wait for an opportunity to pay your o'clock thin morning At 8 p. m acreage to be planted, was obtain-
:weather permitting, with an open- taxes with bonds bought at thirty cents on the dollar or Wednesday will be held the e er between Turner Funeral Home therabouts, but if you get a housing loan, pfovilidtf is meeting of (he chamber under firs by their delegation which conferred
and pixie Drug, girts' league pl y- made for payment of taxes every tear at 100 cent on administration of pffii,er. and director th WfciTifhfton I last Friday with
off team, which staged soothe the .dollar--which, when the tax levy Is 100 mills on elected lift week and the J. B. HuUon", adminlptfltor ol (the
thrilling upset for the Ian last tymmittee ranti night when Dixie sent Turner to (Continued on. P.dg Four L-__. __ year and the first meeting witha A. t Mtrcjtej. chairman! Of the
the first defeat of its existence by membership that will !the! a virtual haTOnal potato comn\mee.
a acor' which also was 9 to 5The1 whot who directory of the In returri.. the grower of this
girls' league Championship TOW Needed Tier, Preacher: Tells community section mutt,Agree to limit their
trill .be' be decided by the outcome Meeting Monday night In the total planting .W .,pOO acre. At
of the game between Turner Roosevelt in AlistterHiir"l OiicrV> chamber of commerce rooms, the !\ \ left appscationisadly "
and Dixie tonight membership Committee,.compoeedof fqade for Individual -
iJ.tlie .' l yillanl Flfield. A. r Arthur, altounf nU totaled J,000 ... ref.
Thtttgwier BrooluriWalton -l The Rev.A A. ICoe.inM'lana- )
series win' receive a 23-inch ITY'I 'APPUYINO 1 wer to prKMent Ilo null, I O&Putteerri. 1. McUndon and but suwtfxtnS kcftJgejBlantert! Snot ,
loving CUP> bow on display In ibis to representative clergymen asking -'I I'' Fred Redd, apportioned name of year totalled onty S.15tJ1he 4,000
window ol Woods Jewelry Store, I I for couYuet and advice mentions prospective members themselves acre requirement 1 limit was" eosidcred ..
Walton and :Brooker each, got FOR A.A.U.RATING I a material need of the district I and made among the adequate In fir of Ole
two run In the. tint inning last --a protective tariff on tomatoes first Intensive drive to b6'centered higher price in ptwpect bet:,una
night, Wtlton scored on three errors ON POOL COURTS I and Avocado*-and a spiritual on the business and professional of the curtailed pixxjucjfon. S
two by Ovid Sullivan and one need of the nation-a deeper I (Continued on Pat Pour Applications for altolnwnl 7 ,Rust
by Pradwy and a double by En- I reverence for the Lord Uy, be filed by tomorrow (Stfnrd % i
night Applicants must have
t tils:Brook**came back when Sher- Theo. j. Bleier Off to Jax His dear letter Mr.follow President PUpIlS TO farmed potato in ofie of the f*1 r

ard, first batter, hit a home run. With Authority of "My"t greatly appreciate the: recognition START year of 193?-SJ-34. and e hrscrlptlon -
of the land on which
Bradley popped out to Woodbury -
City Dads have the clergyIn
Campbell doubled and scored you given CLOTHING DRIVEjOPLIONSTODAY they were grown must be given In ;
of national
the solving our problem -
the application. It was pointedout
on Elmer Sullivan single
Theodore J Bleier, municipaland *, lacked
that if a farmer a base
(Continued on Page Fv) school recreation director of The recently enacted social se
year history and yet had a good
Homestead,left last night for Jacksonville has been
curlt111.'lillaUon a won-
sales history for last gear, h* could
to enter the city of Home- derful move forward and you are _
into technical with
go partnership
RD1A RESUMb stead swimming pool on the to be commended for ill enactment
TO approved -
Wi wW6>> had
list of the Amateur Ath- I Club, Workers' to Scour some ", gnawer base
flut.ded ,
year nlttory i b tu
letic Union of the Atlantic seaboard "A* to. conditions |in our community District for Needyon tale record for last year to net a
MEETINGS OCT. 14 and to bring back plans and there I fa one great need. Sunday bigger allotment
specifications for constructing and need of protective tariff on our The
delegation composed of
JOHNSTON SAYS equipping according to A. A U. agricultural product, especially Initiating the Lions' campaign County Agent C. H. Staff am, I.
requirement the other recreation tomatoes and avocado U the Industry
to collect clothing for the needy, L. Chandler, representing the
facilities for which WPA funds 1* to remain, our people
school of
children the Redland American Fruit Grower; D P
Community Building Com have been granted must be protected against foreign I District will bring to their respective Blake, representing the South
When this U done, II major I competition schools today all Clothing that Florida Potato Grower AI rocUl-
mittee to Meet on sport, including baseball, basketball "Nationally a* a Christian nation -I can be spared from their home tlon; and H. L. Cox, representing
,Plans TonightThe diamond ball, tennis, soccer, we. have erred In recollllz-I for distribution to families whose. independent growers, cited to the
track and water sports may be ing atheistic Russia 1'1-1 children are in dire need of gars -1 Washington::; official the uncurbed
tint public session of the played In Homestead under the I opening the saloon. I menta to wear to school ,'competition experienced heretofore -
Redland District Improvement Association auspices of the A. A. U. The swim "An outstanding national need 1 The parent-teacher associations from Cuba and the Haw>,,.in
since meetings suspended ming pool already conforms in 1* a depot reverence for the Lord will co-operate by having committee !island Mr. Hutwm assured the
for the summer, will be held size and shape to A. A. U. require- Day. la working together for sort the clothing and distribute ,Dade County men that if they
at 8 p m Monday, Oct. 14, ta the ments, and only the installation the common end of better spiritual It. (Continued On Page Twel> >
auditorium of Redland Farm Life of. mere equipment mainly diving and material condition for the Sunday committees from the
School, W. W Johnston, president towers Is needed. American people', t would! suggest Lions Club will make a house-to-
announced yesterday Regular Bleltr goes to Jacksonville on if you *ill permit me to dd so, house canny of the territory from Drivers Warned About
meetings will be held on the the A.A.U. mission with the pool I that yod set a national day for Pirrlne to Florida City, Inclusive, School Bus Stop Law
second and fourth Monday night orUation of the swimming praying and fasting in seeking In a general campaign for clothe
thereafter, he said committee of the city council: T. Cod'* guidance and help in the Ing utensils! furniture and other Warnjng was 1 issued yesterdayby
Tonight improvement assor E. Kirby Frank Skill HenryBrooker I affair of this great nation. 'Blessed articles that can be used by needy Justice of the Peace Sid I..
flatten community building committee Jr, and Dr. Frank Hausmau. 1* the nation whose God is the families this section or by families Kendrickt' that all school bus routes
of which W. M, BrodieiI -. I, Lord: Psalm 13:1R"Very : In the storm-swept Florida are being patrolled each day by
C: at the home sincerely yours Key area A. B Slagle I* in general officer who have Instructions to .
ef =:6t'ohm: to make I "A. A. .KOESTL1NE charge of the drive, with ter- enforce strictly the law requiring
plan* for starUn.construction of i THE WEATHERM1 ritory team a* follows driVen of motor vehicle to come
the. building. Mr Johnson report*I an.larr III | Townsend Clubs to Meet Homestead Joe Scarborough, to a full top before passing a
1M eullrepk.t
that sales of certificate of Indebtedness Ix.-a ..._Pe5eS_toe" 1'........I Jointly Here Sunday chairman, H O ThIl1'lJWlp School bus when It I II taking on or
have exceeded expectation* |'M1 rel.ff.M E. Cauzens, E. L. Lawrence, T. discharging school children.
And that much of the needed monty 1 .-.'Cos a\ Bar 4 ..1. I Dan Chappell,one of Dad Coun- E.Kirby, W. L flak and B. C. Murphy Violation of the law, the peacejustice +
i* already on hand awaiting the! 3eT20 =:-= IIlt13 ty's representative in the Florida (Mr. Scarborough.* taUI ) point OUt, I*punishable by
action: at tile building committee I Sept.. 21 r._,TSM 70 II legislature la. the 1(39 session,1 1I i I jed a meeting of his team for 7 a fibs not to exceed 130 or by .
Mr.Johnston spoke to the Miami Sept.. 22 ____ 68 .05n3- will tell what h* think ol the 1 OctocK tonight in Legion halt) (mprisonmn for M days or by
Junior Chamber of CommerceTuesday I Sl.'pt. 23 .. _, e. 11 Townsend plan at a meeting of''., Gould to Redland L. Q Rug- both such fine and Imprisonment. li
night in the Everglades $ejlt.. 2f 85 11 I the Homestead and Redland Town- glee] And Curtis E. Lee. W. L. Chamber of Princetonwho
Hotel at Miami on "The Advantage -, Sept. 25 ._ 17 70 29.96 .67 send Club In the Neva King Cooper i,;i Florida City-Mr. and Mrs Wm. I manage the school busses for
of Living in the RedHand Sept 27 .._... 88 .fa 21.85 School auditorium Sunday at-1 Geronlmo. (Although Mr. Geron- his brother, holder ol the Bedhmd
J>latrlct", More than 200 person Sept 21 __._. 85 n 28.n .01 ternoon. Imo is a Rotarian Instead of a Lion, ; school transportation Contract,said
were present The junior chamber Sept.. 2989 'II 21.75 .83 ,At this joint meeting, tbe two h* and Mr Oeronlmo. wet selected : that County Commlailonet H L.
wetted M Invitation_ extended Sept. 30 it as club will elect a delegate to the because they are familiar with I Cook had promised to have) signs
fey Mr. Johnston to attend meeting Oct. 1 11 .15 national convention of Townsend the need In that town.) warning motorist of the school
of si1.and will at- net :a __ itW 2U:1 Pub to be held in fhkaga Oct. Perrin.-T. Rhettman Salvo I bus law erected: along the school
Iria future 4&t OcL: I 88 f427. and Stanley 1C. Barnard. but route


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e Two THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Friday October 4. I93&,

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-- ---" """"-" "' dent; Luben Greenwood vice- evening In the Redland Farm Life
REMAND RATTLEROfficers j president; and Miss Barber, secretary School auditorium at > p, m.

MRS. I U NOW LIBRARIAN '==- I Mr Baxley give several musical Word From the Wise t
elected by most number, and M the close of Not all boy are homeless. hu ,
of the classesof Ibrflasx High the meeting a wiener roast wa some are home less than othtt* ;
.....41T BOCKS of her book for our library, and all School this week.In I held on the lawn. Central High News, Central a d
......... ........ n.....sew. I-* a- .. lover II poetry will feel grsteful. the enlot clew Robert Cut the club will meet again this ;
Tw.a.r. rrUkfl W_I.. .. Many of these poems you will read I* president; Harry Hammings I ,
hlwMr' plat 1-1. 74 and learn by heart. The..re vice-president; Oulda Leggett,I t
songs of nature, of humanity and secretary; and Virginia Delaney,' Odin.W
AUTUMN of tpirit When you are lookingfor treasurer. Mr*. Tom Torbert Is '
Bright Autumn, with your vhid something to read, com and the home room mother and W. II ANDI"I
burning glow borrow "Shelter of Song". Owen, the father. ;;
Of purple,scarlet,brown and (old. "Vein of Iron" by lOen- Glasgow The juniors eJected: Angeline
en fleam. li said to be her masterpiece. Walsh president; Roy Campbell
The field and hill row royal AU through the Flncastl family vice-president; Mary Fisher, sec-' GROCERY & MARKET
colon thow run this vein of Iron character rotary; Carlotta Ames. tresturer
Like flaming banner through a The story opens In 1901. The Fln- The sophomore girl elected North Flagler Avenue, Near Mowry Street
gorgeous dream. castles had lived for generation Alice Penny, president; Mildred
In the Great Valley of Virginia. Cox, vlce-p..ldent; and Jeanne,
But among the splendors of all that They were, when the story open, Calkin, secretary and treasurer< Prince Albert 2 cans MEET DEPT. ,
but lived Mr*. Sybella Chandler I* room
bright array, desperately poor they
There la a penilvenea that grips according to the fine standards mother and C. K. Etehenberger, Tobacco Z5c lb. ,
the heart, they had Inherited. It wa a trigIc -I room father. i
freshman boy chose:Cohen Nucoa 22cCOUNTRY
purple liters moulder to de- thing tirandmother Fin-
Leggett, president; Bobby Ames Peanut lb.jar
cay castle when her ton John, turned ,
And Annc'i Lace vice-president; Earl Tabor secretary ROLL lb. a
Queen it torn Into a free-thinking philosopher 1
put mender" art and ..was cut out of the and treasurer. I, Butter I9c Butter
elected 29c
-Elizabeth Voss.That Presbyterla4rinistry for heresey I Seventh grade girl :
Mildred Lewi president; Lillian
lovely bit of the She fel. bad*tut Grandmother
year I* lifted bodily from "w.nln'l too, had.thl* vein of iron and..,- Andrew, vice-president; MaryEngel Irish 101bs.BEEF lb
and treasurer
of Song", a book of poem by ed on in the old house to care far secretary STEW 13c
and France Soper, reporter.
Elizabeth VOM. If you ever lived his family. It tajuatory of olrown Potatoes ISc
where the year Isy succession of time, the World War, a bitif '
New Junior Townsend BULK I ,b..
distinct where
: 'October PI"OfIPerltil"'ruerlal" way and
mean something different from all the> long drawn out depression. Club to Meet Tonight'' Blue Rose 5 Ibs. LARD 28c L'
other month this little poem will There I* Ada' love story, and Ada
act you dreamln,. You will probably needed all this vein of iron to A Junior Townsend Club was Rice 2Sc BEEF lb.
taste the tang of smoke from meet with courage the thing she organized last Friday evening at
the burning leave and even hear I let herself to do. Somehow you; a meeting held at the home of Mr.' Steak 18c
the soft thud of falling nut*. The I know it took the combinedfortl''I and Mrs. E. A. Baxley on Silver Sweet 10 Ibs.
aumae I* crimson and the red of both Spinoza and John Calvinto Palm drive. Miss Geneva Barber CUDAIIY SLICED
woodbine run rampant over walls I keep the vein of iron alive and explained the Townsend plan, and lb.
and fence everywhere. I bring the Fincaitlei through crash' a general discussion followed. PotatoesItc iaconEAHFAST ,
Elizabeth You ha tent u*copies after crash. ;I" BanJ. W. Co was elected presi-1 3gePost ,

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bag .......... 63c 'I

lb. ........ .. 35c
yean ago Buick deliberately thrilling performance as you have bag <<
Two its sights on 1936. never known.It .

coolly set its aim on bringing to These can are big cars every one- Darigold .
market for that year a line of motor built to almost lavish dimensions of MILK .7 C
3 tall "
cart that would turtle the world. body room and head clearance-yet cans ,

It purposed to do that,not by freak or they handle with the fingertip lightness

superficial design, not by skimping'quality : of small can

to make a price, but by sheer They are literally breathtaking in EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING
merit as expressed in automobile' -power and speed and takeoff, yet
beauty, value, ability. under their new tiptoe hydraulics and HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOPM.

It submits to you now the eminently easysteeriol knee-action they are : MCOB8EN, Prop.
almost as manageable as a telephone. 10 N. Create Avenue StSJ
satisfying results of that fruitful two none
years of concentrated endeavor. They are thewed and sinewed by that !
quality which springs from Buick's

Here are four separate series of sen* third of a century of manufacturing I
sattonal new, Buick cars- care called experience advantaged by SM.500,000 Surveys Maps\
tlmtmtmJ by experts la the trade worth of new tools, dies and factory
who previewed them. re-equipment devised for these cars I A. R. UVINGSTON

Each is a feast to the eye schooled inalone. REGISTERED
things true and soafofcsu I'I
mature modern styling*as you can lee.Theae are so
that everywhere you will soon bear the Registered Land Surveyor
Each has under the smooth flowing motor-wi.'m..Bula..THaBu\1.. I I
planes end surfaces of its smart exterior I box W HOMESTEAD, Ft-

(A*gelid teeth,durable, bashful '
MffowrW thatth that underwrites .

Buick dependability.And &
each offers you from the stepped 8 Clean Vegetables Sell Better \

up power of its big thrifty valve.in.
See our vegetable washer built at shop.
bead eiiht-cylinder engine such safe, F HIT o r tHieiNIIAl our
Motels CAM We turn wood rollers for packing house use.

-- -- Portable fire and irrigation pumps. Lathe and

PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO. I I rebuilt.machine work. Farm machinery repaired or


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Friday October 4, 1935. THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Page Three

j U. S. Constitution Is Guarantee Funeral of 0. It. Brown Silver Palm ChurchTo AH member are urged to attend -
he says, and a cordial: Invitation
Held in McDonough, Ga.O. Obscne Rally Day
II Against Dictator, Core Tells Lions"Because I is extended to all who have

. R. Brown IT, a resident of The annual Rally Day at SOvw no church home.
: I Palm Community Church will be Principal Carl Wagner of the t
understands Homestead for It years, who died '
the makers
of the amendment until be
; observed Sunday at 10 o'clock Redland Farm ute School will n }
United States constitution wrought how much of his liberty he may be:I Saturday after a long illness at
1 with a short program and the resume the teaching of his sunday
his home here, wa burled Monday
M'wisely this country has, after forfeiting I I
awarding of promotion certificates school class on this day. AU
In McDonough,
150 years of history, the greatest "When that remarkable groupof I I Brown and her .tyr.and I II the Rev. H. 0 Cowan pastor of adults are invited to attend this ,
of freedom and thegreatest
measure wrote the constitution they
men the church, class ,
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Olin I announce 1?
guarantee of security: to did not have ringing their ears I \ '
I Wright of South Miami, accompanied -
be found In the world.
the cry of a people paralyzed with ,
i the body and attended funeral
With this declaration Harley R. fear lest they starve. They were 1 I
services whld0011-: Green Lantern RestaurantADJOINING
Core, retired minister of the Red- hearing the cry of Patrick Henry:
,land District and student of history Give me liberty or give me death.I: ducted in the McDonough Methodist j HOTEL IEDLAND : .
Church Monday. They returned
and economics, concluded a "Those fifty-odd brilliant men I Wednesday. I Steak ee Chkkea Dinner 75* ;

talk on John Marshall and the spent five months producing that After coming to Homestead In' Regular blazer M f Vegetable stale ISO "
constitution of the United States immortal document because they
All Kinds ef Home-nude Sandwiches '
If20 Mr. and Mrs Brown
operated ,
before the Lions Club of the Red- were determined that no clause: In ,
'land District at Its weekly meetIng -I It should ever be construed as to a grocery store. They sold it,
In the boom period and Mr.
Tuesday night In Silver Palm. rob the people of their liberties.
Brown took farming. He had
JDepresslon and financial: panicIn : They had only too lately fled from up I II
been In ill health for the past four
every age and In every coun- countries where cruel tyrants imprisoned I years. I
.try", said Mr. Core, "till the citi- men for trivial debts or I
senry with a terrible and consuming put them In stock for treasons of Besides his wife and daughterhe
fear. They fear the temporary which they were not guilty" is survived by one grandchild. I AnnouncementDon

weakening or wrecking of Accordion selection were play )I II .
.their economic security: may become ed by Frank Bilello a seventh dent; Miss Helen Field vlce-presl-I i
permanent leaving them grade pupil of the Homestead dent;Miss Mary McNeil,secretary I
hungry and hopeless. In their school Stanley Wlttkop, Homestead and treasurer; and Miss Antoinette'
despair they folllow the leader tenor, sang two solos with Moye, publicity superintendent I Talbott
who gives them the greatest assurance piano accompaniment by Miss Other officers will be appointedby ,
of future economic secur- Uontese Pacetti. the president ,i
ity. They are In no slate of mind
I to consider candidly what they Travelogue to Be GivenIn
may be surrendering for the prom.In Auditorium has taken over
! of bodily ease and comfort FridayThe Let Us
"Such times furnish the
opportunities managementof
Rev. Chss. R. Palmer of
for men thirsting for
I power Miami, pastor of the Homestead RejuvenateYour
In Russia In
Germany and In the
Episcopal Church,will give a travelogue -
,Italy the people driven by the
In the auditorium of the
fear of starvation, have surrendered I Car
Neva King Cooper School next
their liberties to dictators, un-
Friday evening at I o'clock.
..der the promise of future economic I Mr. Palmer took the picture this Wood Work TEXACO SERVICE- STATIONS.
security: to find only too soon
summer when he spent two months
Body Fender Repairs
that they had neither liberty nor I In Franc and Italy ,

economic"In the wcurlty.United States may the A small admission charge will Tops and TrimmingSeat Krome Avenue and Fourth Street :
be made.
time never come when we shall I Covers
surrender our liberties to the
who promise' us the most to man eat M. E. Young: People PaintingArt's Greasing a SpecialtyPhone
We have only one guarantee that I To Install OfficersThe \
no man shall usurp the rights of r.
the common people. That guarantee young people's division of Paint Shop
Is the constitution of the Unit- the Homestead Methodist Church 9103 .. Homestead, Fla.
It ed-< ...
.. Ht-wiU no doubt be necessary year Sunday nightAt
to amend the constitution In the the election held last Sunday I ;
future, but let no man vote for an Garland '..Wynnwas made prest- WANT ADS PAY j ,,

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leave if Turkish tobacct -

an ttrung me bj mi

pike kadi(ire how it idont

in the pasture). After She

ttavei an ttrwif they arc

pocked bales(fictun)

ttmttimet: at many &i s ,

80,000 leaves to At tale.

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t, I upwards of 350,000 bales

-V of Turkish tobacco. .

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.' '. The pleasing aroma and flavor of Turkish T k1

tobacco is almost necessary if you want

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: a"good cigarette.Turkish .

tobacco is more costly when ,t

you take into account that'you have to u

pay 3Sc a pound duty, but we have to e for mildness

have it to blend with our mild ripe homegrown for better taste


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100 MEMBERS I I IS tContlDUMl from Pose Onef

rabM shed Fridays *t Hooettead. I the dollar or more U prohibitive. 1-1 Litilc
fJa.. ky the 'onU Dade INITIAL GOAL IN A chamber of commerce wtth a full representation :

fubUnhlnt Co. of the business and tax interests of the community could faAa3trd

BIN AKCIK.B filter C. OF C. CAMPAIGNmen work lem. with the city council and mayor on the bond prop-

Entered: M second class mail Another instance of something to be desired and TWO J Us
patter March IS. 1(11. t' UM roil and women of. Homeitead accomplished In the interests of Homestead businessmen
Ktoe at lIntea" TUrid, under. Each of the canvasser will be Is the cementing of friendship and good will between -
the Ml ft March S. 1171. armed with blank check: and receipt HomesteAd ana Its sister communities of the Bed- -....-

books Later membership land District. "There are ways in which this can M That the word "plufo nt" bat
n,. "''CE. 'I." .. n: card and "Member Chamber of accomplished, and there are ways In which any existing t double meaning when appfted to
Commerce" window card will be friction can be Increased. Yout membership and alert the fS or Irma Homestead people
You're building each moment sent out by: the secretary A list attendance at meetings can bring about. the former who made a brief trip to Orlando
In architect role of those joining will be given out and avoid the latter. < Saturday JII8atter the storm
A Character dwelling for publication following the "membership These are simply some cold-blooded, selfish arguments broadcast began.e .
A home for the ouL bight meeting next Wednesday. as to why membership) in the Kedland pistrict e e

Chamber of Commerce id an InvestIXienfI1PpprtQ1ltr'fortile / That a local laundryman is
So while you are building, It was decided that Chairman Homestead business man. Nine Jimea put pi ten he /mighty popular In Tavernler be.cause
Don't potter-and .Mack; FIfield would talk *>< the coming
wm not be motivated by such a selfish analysis$, but refused to accept pay
Just build a fine mansion, campaign at the meeting of the for the bundle he delivered after
the fact remains that whatever he does to bring morepeople ;
Not merely a ihock.-Ex. Rotary Club Wednesday noon and the Labor Day storm and becbuse
Mr. McLendon would tell the Lion to the district or to promote the prosperity he repeated his
Club about it .Tuesdsy: nightIn happiness and good will of those already. here, will result week good deed the next

A Financial Tragedy his' talk to>t \ltotes Mr. t> in c better times for himself. e e

The helm (if.an estate 'in Pittsburgh field said In part :I That having someone 11the ,
recently paid off a $2,500 "It Is generally! realized that to I TP EXAMINE FUTLS of all the' Homestead pupils yesterday district with the same name Isn't
mortgage! made In 1868 on I little be powerful and influential t I Dr. M. D. Hartman and Mrs. J.I Dental work for those relished by Earl Smith of Homestead
farm The Institution which disclosed chamber. of commerce must be i, R. Brook, P.-T. A. hygiene chairman i needing It will be done by Pie two High When the other Earl
t this Information pointed; outthai thoroughly: representative of the I i will begin a physical examination Homestead dentists, Dr. M. A. figure In police court newt
the estate had paid In mote, economic life of the community; of the Homestead school Berger and Dr. B. E Ratlin, at s
thai 110.000 In Interest on the Furthermore payment of dues I pupil today. The grammar school reduced rate.Moe .
mortgage This figure did not alone will not contribute to the pupil will be given a general 'asJc.J' Ipstrulnet4.
cove I renewal feet, which must power of the organization. Only physical examination and the high : "Do :you mean to tell me Needed
has' been a considerable Item, a lively membership can do thai jichool pupils will bee given general you used to make whaling trips Orchestra
whet liar the mortgage wa a threeor By | 'lively membership' it I II not eye tests. Dr. Hartman will with your father?"
flee year mortgage, nor does It meant that every member should make these test for the J'.-T. A.. Joe: "Sure. Out to the wood Several pupils who are anxiousto
roses taxes.It spend a great deal of his time I If j for a nominal sum. shed.-Tech High Rainbow, Technology join the orchestra which Dr.
present* a terry picture when chamber of commerce work. Attendance u\ Pupils who need spectacles and H. S, Atlanta, Ga. ;3. Norbert Mejla Is arming in
conti rated with the new mutual at meeting and the voicing are unable to purchase them win Homestead! high School have no
mortgage Insurance plan. Under of opinion, coupled with conscientious be given t purchase order by Bandsman (about to practice): Instruments to play on, said Mrs.
this II"'lIthe mortgage would thought!: and work on E. J. Dyal, P,-T. A. president "The mouthpiece of my cornet C. N. Walker school board member -
he\v been amortized in twenty one or two committee when the by Mayor P.; B. Bird, Mr"1 taste funny: tonight" It anyone'In the vicinity hat
yearn, for the monthly payment occasion. arise*; to fll that I* the South Dad Welfare Daughter "Oh, I forgot to tell an Instrument that 'he It willing;
eovci. interest, principal, and taxes essary"With nec-I Dr Fuller of Miami who U you. I used It to fill the lamp, as to lend or give to the school orchestra -
The., u no renewal clause the annual due now played by the county school board I I couldn't find the kerosene fun she said, some child will
(5 a year-less than BO made an examination\ of the teens nel."-Montreal Star be made happy
month it should not be I Ia
THE "F1J1. IErrE" mere duty but a considered 1
Si i illai In nature to model home Icge to become associated with m JLOfUDA .fflitiU@.t'W I fA I II

t'xploltltlon the Puget Mill Co, of other broad-viloned citizen In .. .
Seattle. has designed and 1* layingout the furtherance of the well-being
<> ",atmfoU,", to educate the and development of our own community I
public In the possibilities{ of farm ,"
modernization' under the provisions The membership committee will tNalpoa
of the National Housing Act meet at 7 p. m. Monday the
The 'farmeUe' will occupy one chamber of commerce rooms to I
acre withhr/ she city Jlmlta Compare notes and plan PIt "mop
'A modest re.ldenee' be ping up" campaign for the next: tuesoor
erected, and the ground will be two day. v
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laid out in typical. farm fashion, '. pit' 4RM, ,
with fruit tree, kitchen garden,
chicken yard and other farm *CetllOrl. A.b"-.p' M.f. ''
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tract within the city limit and
Mrs. peo Newcomer, who rnoved -
r Intends to divide them Into single
to the Redland District M December -
acre plot for armette" develop
with her son-ln-lav and
mealy daughter, ),Ir. and Mrs Newton
Merrill' died at 7 a. m. Wednesday I
Crazier and Crazier at the home of Mrs M. t>, Wollam

Hlggddy plggeldy, my black hen, where the had been staying to be
She luys eggs for gentlemen. under the constant nursing atten-
Gentlemen come e\rijr day tion o( Mrs. Wollam during her
Ti <-,)unt what my; pluck hen dothIt IllnewMrt.
). Newotmtfr, who wo* 76
If per hanet' she lays too many, years old was born In Chicago. A
Thc, fine my hen a pretty' penny writer, club woman, brilliant
1 If p' ,u nance she alll to lay speaker and world traveler, she
! '!')", gentlemen a bonus pay had spent the last 120 years mostly
abroad with her husband ant
Mumbledy pumbtedy, my t4 cow. daughter Mral'lUtyrrilU Her husband -
She co-operating now t bridge builder of international OES 'JC11' .
At first ihe didn't understand repuUtUut4led> J0 or jj
That milk production must be year ago.
planned.She In addition td'Ati. Merrill ),Ira.
dldnt understand at tint Newcomer leaves two BOM Vin-
She either bad to plan-or bunt cent and Martin Newcomer

But now the government report The body was sent (o Orlando
SlV giving! pints Instead! of Wednesday tot cremation. Mrs.
quart. Merrill accompanied/ by Mme J. ...
Airier, left by auto for Orlando
riddlo-de-dee,by toed door neigh- the'same day The cshes trill' be
hors bone j 1. IndianapolU.ftostmarter I
They are giggling at their labor
First they plant the tiny seed'

Then they water, then they weed; tIJ .rofl! nJl .
Then they hoe and prune and lop: N1tJ }
Then they rait* a record crop; !!f ttrm "
Then they laugh their tide asund A
er. f. f. Uvtpgs of a

And plow the whole caboodle Homestead j'estctdafpdd hot re: t .* 0;....
under craved alii fOrthef advice fa fhe H
proposed inauguration rtt' To 1894.- .1 i.g".the "1::irbati"Aevdti -49".7'4\tt.er-: wtr. was declared bttwter.Spain "
Abracadabra thus we leant track *eWce) from Mlairrfte boa s'ag'age ". | Wert JIJ.1It J1or1d and the U S. the.Thht Friends J
The more you make the less you ernier act. Iri 'pcetmiaae- l is the Warden* botinetRi: chartered by the K Y.World and used*
earn Last week 0)e) Miami' of fllibutttnog. wrmt'and ammunition.-1q.. adiepkich but Between Cuba and, Key
The lest you etrt the more you're announced he would receive "bid Cub. Onr }n. p: $. iU et
given; > t'ojr the seeylce.Vhich; woulif bring daring advent eecaee'-fimous' in '.:The. iUBBSlSH: ,it extremely earnlTor i
The 'Vest you lead the more you're mail to HoinesUad"' at'abait'e a. .
over the Ik St incred
7ohnf and an
northbound X204It"ws Fiver put dettrpys pr Consumes
m. bpd pleat mail
driven; ,
'The $1ex her at 1.43 > m. doily.la tug-boat 'Three ftlend1"On' ranylng lisle amount of rood of which menhaderto
more f-
feed. (110ft the meantime Homestead the very firttcarfr* of w munftjohtv the a ftvorfta. Traveling tn schools It to t

The move they PT U* more |they continues to receive mall rrU- Three Fri gd! ys diicwCTe e by a St(*1- ipfendid game! 'fisn and It generally take
need,' tally anywhere from 3:30: to S p. Ish unbolt; wMcV "W till ad c artfully: off both Florid coasts during the irlntei
The more) you earn the less you m. by freight train with mail andl I eluded after a most exciting ch.... Seven by f ithet' ,oufdding} or trolling. The aver
keep, "accommodation" passenger car other equally b...ardou' *libu,tering expeditions age size it to 5 pounds though it
And now I lay me down to steep. attached--nearly a day after It I to Cuba'were' aafely completed niaxinjum weight it given at 27 pounds (

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court of crimes, to which iih.i4' var, ..-r bnar A'p "a furnish chicken dinner for next was assistant manager' of a lana
Longest Diamond FloW Ib 11 O -... M .
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I been bound over by Justice of the Harrow 01 1 I 1,Srwdkr It 1 0 week's noon luncheon on Wednesday service station in Miami.

Ball Game Nets $36 Peace Sid L. Kendrick of Home ="". tk : 0 a roaitWI Sullirai m : : : The next low team captained Mr Talbott. son of Mr. and Mrs. '
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stead. tWrloVb a 0 1 Thera. p t O by Ben Archer, whose score W O. Talbott of Goulds wasin bMm i'

For Storm Relief D. H. Kemp, colored,, was bound teak t .. 4 .10.-. n 4 was 93.TJ per cent, must furnish the Redland Dlatrtct. wan gratvnUd .- !.
Wynn of 1 11 I' 4 I aTema
over to the court of crimes Tues .-.. .. t'Ike"' the enterteinmsnt from Redland High School
day when he pleaded guilty to I: i 1 $ 0 ouo...... at. 1 1 Three new attendance teams and and attended Stetson University.He i "
. Thlrty-slx dollars and eleven driving under the Influence of Homo of t I I IWw If I 0 0 captains were shown by lot for, hat many friends in every tM f\ I

! cents was realized from the exhibition liquor. He is free under bond of; Totab II lit 'hCa1a ..... .10 sit another attendaooa race to I tlon of the dtatrlct s

; game of diamond ball played $250. I 'IV.... 21111, IH ....-. Thanksgiving The club will propose The station will continue untyr j
between Brooker Lumber Co. lit.Okw .. ,_..,....... 101 11'1 -' an attendance contort with that same name, and Texaco products f
and Walton Nurseries Friday night the Lions Club to concurrent-- will be handled f fh )
W".. Tbs.... I
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"l on the local field. Brooker won 'CIIMIPI1M! I ......rron..... !.. .......... two boo that rank ly with the Intra club contest. ___ h
6-S after eleven innings of nip ....... L. CojopboUl union boo bh.tBarrow --- ---- Travellers on the highways will I I
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: bamo most th <. R. lull Don Talbott BecomesOil
and tuck ball. von Mrwb out by Tbooioo I. boom oo understand the versifier who thus ;

r,, The money raised was turned IN LAPS OF GODS I, .loa...WKtkop.Mrs.. o* Tbooioi. l! oniplroot (olebortM Station Manager parodies Joyce Kilmer's beautiful f tI

over to the Love Thy Neighbor tribute to trees:

fund for the rehabilitation of thehurricanestricken i HERE TONIGHT I Nabora Will Open I The Texaco Service Station, think that I shall never see r
I keys. MayorP. Cafe in New LocationMrs. South Krome avenue and West I A billboard lovely as a tree I' :
B. Bird it the chairman of the I Fourth street, U now under the I Perhaps, unless the billboard I :
committee.The management of Don Talbott of [ fall
(Continued From Page One) Annie Nabors will open the '
deciding run was a homer I Bedland new Goulds who for a year and t half I'll never tc* a tree at all. I
Cafe In quarters at
by ulliven Walton got two more runt In ,
j3rooker IfJ.cIer; IT N. Flagler 'avenue Sunday.A J I
.1 "W'L. I battdr 'I eTev- the second Inning on singles by duck dinner with home-made

th. Wj .came 'M<<,k/ln its Wynn and Young and a double by Ice cream win lecture the opening
tail of the.inning afterT5arrow '
French. Two were scored in the 'menu. The Redland Cafe
ead-off mah,.;:1IJed toXSmpbell
Mrs. Nabors recently bought the
, or the first 'qut, Broi'll' drop- sixth on errors by Thomas and
building which her restaurant
4 a throw lit'first 4 an4.!''Dyha- Ovid Sullivan, hit third of the occupies and< has built an addi-now MRS. A. NABORS PreP ,

te" Harris >'aa sat ',.wlttkop'Jen I game, and a single by Home. Two tion to it and entirely remodeledand i'
hit a n139,,fjradlfy! i'hort- : bases on balls followed by Bar- redecorated the interior. It

atop for thesecond, outjHobbsjingled Use row's triple finished the scoring was formerly the property of 0... Opening Sunday, Oct. 6 ,
; and, Field got with two
\1 on" more runs. T. Harper and was used by himas j
balls. The 'Wftm Jhe base
!). wlt In the eighth Elmer Sullivan hit t produce buying office.
loaded' and! .the result dtjhe.gamt) .Ti home run for Brooker, his second .-.---- -. ---,-, AT '15 N. FLACLER AVENUE i
oh hit shoulders, hit a w'Kk b 1e. of the series. Rotes End One Contest
to Thomas, who threw to Brookerat
first to win the longest diamond Turner opened the girls' scoring And Draw New TeamsA

ball game that Homestead fans with a bang, getting four DINNER 50c
have witnessed. runt in the first inning. However three-team attendance con-

WlltMt ab a "R...... ab r b it got only one more-In the third. test In the Homestead Rotary Club With Roast Duck and lIome- lade Ice Cream
Burrow M a 0 1 Bhorant It I 1Brodlnf t I Dixie kept pecking away and in I ended Wednesday in victory for
HirrtaSbWltlbop IbHobb. 5 6 0 0 0 1 Sulllnil M lb.41B 1 0 I the sixth it combined four the team captained by Chas. J.

c 4 0 1 Thnmoo p I 0 I with two errors to get .In'le'l Caves. The low team captainedby WILL BE APPRECIATED
flew Ib a I 0 0 TOUR PATRONAGE
Sullivan .b. 1 I The .
box and Luther
scores Chandler whose
Wimn 4 I I N.ll c I 0 I I
Young re .. .. 0 '* I 0 1 I follow: however WM.9030.pet.ccnt, must

H.Preach... ,t of.m.._.. a 4 ......lb of
goals. p -- 1 .J.-.. I 1 0 1 Wiltoo .b', Broo&r' 'o'b
.. of I 1 0 1 Fwd Ib .._. I ,I 01|RKmr4 If .J i i !
d. I 1s !.! Burrow oout.* I lBro| :
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is14U0 Harris Ib __* .I!Tbon" ..f a I Ammonia Listed
1h_ ... ..... .. .., ,001 II' 100 11II Basis Wyss. .f p(If.._..it I ft it ,*; 'IO Bm.hf 8",IUv.Ib. Ib.it S t I 1 as Nitrogen ,

tPrlpglt. '1lerrb..rFMld: rroMb at .: 1 A ,::1|N.||, I *. .t : ;
I .J'.. ......''atwab.e ltnlol..Ia' Wyaa.... Vouni rt<_*' I,.JIIC C.W.W1 .f(4 1 e
bat..4ruue.. Cbrbl, It .OI 3.how PI ---. 4 1 1
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strw.p. e1 New Fertilizer Law
uTHnoj boM oo ballet ::;; Thoouo T: i
off Saab. Si struck mat .br Tbomoo 4,..b, Totals ___.U .., Totals ," it It I
Knob 1: Mplnt Heirloom nt W, w. .
R......he. all HI Iftl---n !
Wait. *. .tol HI 1100 I
Burglars, Dynamiters Effective Sept. 1 :
'Of Fish EVTM..",.-..,. Barrow t. Harris 1 two I :
AreSentencedrtWJi ..M...IMllt, Siilllr, U .. .
M, ... Barrow three base bless
} ftita'pk. jpolntJfdtg. _..nn" ............ K. ..11....,-n.-//
... ballot .. Jhomu llr e0 Bmita f:
< ty C.onstaW.foe S arbor iJjh a.cltorKed Horn. S. Mrwb poll br TbMmo Effective
with, breaking and enWtj- Itolrborl wsb I:and bier Wit.pllcbw...... Ennlii nplm I Sept. first, the new Florida fertilizer law changes the list.
Jtog the store of W. W Wood'son At ing of Ammonia to Nitrogen. Also Nitrogen is listed in four different
'riilf eton oh,July 28 and the theftof 4i I'I'L Ij

Richard merchandise Barnett and valued Walter at Johnion. $250, Dixie' jJJV t JIght's Tarmac' Camel obr k forms: Nitrate Nitrogen, Ammoniacal Nitrogen, Water Soluble Organic
.,, coUt'and'ad convicted Incriftunal S.he B."..*tIIor.l* e t I'01'Swlllr Horn, rf 4 SIS 0 "I Nitrogen, and Water Insoluble Organic Nitrogen. Nitrogen contains
need Wednesday -r.t'b s I I
by Judge Ben WlUard to ,Smith L :of8umnMrlln a: :O :I Sulllnn Thurm.n Ib o S S t I S I I I about one fifth more Ammonia than the old listing of Ammonia.The .

six yean in the state penitentiary : It : : 1 Grasper Ib SSII I
Bt.IT.Bl If vans Ib SO.
at Raiford. Tim Johnson, another R Walker rf a t 0 Harper p SO e'' new law requires, also, that all plant foods be listed in whole,
negro, who pleaded guilty to the Hush tame charge, received a five-year i Aion cfRuborlooo. .b.10 I 0 0 T fanor cf ---I S a 0 numbers and no fractions. Therefore the new formulas will be slightly ,

sentence. lea f
Charged with dynamiting fish, Totals t/ 0111Totals I different. Below is a comparative table of the new Nitrogen and the old

J. W. Rainey and Earnest Warren, DI.U 111 $041 tTvnwr I
colored, were sentenced to (0 day. 401 lOt S- -t Ammonia formulas:

in Jail, and a third negro, Abe Error Wtbttor Smith I. Godwin Mu1.1;
Drayton, charged with having dyitniit. rhr, SlllUvM I. Grmnor S. two buo Mot .
W.ka.ry Buir.nl, Horn.: three _bluiulllno
,Ja his possession, wa|.sen- ( .f..nk..u: '; br Wh..oL' br New Old
j fenced ,to ,'0 days In Jail Wed.. :Horprr I ; .mpif"WHekl..t: JV.ioM I, i
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UWsL .Y Jylige:.W r. B wn.ol. -. .... -- -..- 1% Nitrogen equals 1.22% Ammonia

2% Nitrogen equals 2.41% Ammonia s

Wilt NoRGiiROLLATORREFRIGERATIOiV 3% Nitrogen equal 3.66% Ammonia

4% Nitrogen equals 4.88% Ammonia

5% Nitrogen equals 6.10% Ammonia
6% Nitrogen equals 7.32% Ammonia

1)OuJ.' The available Phosphoric Acid and Water Soluble Potash are still ;

\ "{ oV s.vt 014"" .' the same as in the old formulas. In purchasing fertilizers for the coming

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lrFtE < t 'ENTERPRt Friday, October 4. 1935.

saver offering will be received. meeting at the home of Mrs Joe

All are Invited. Ooxsee Wednesday afternoon.

In and Around Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Swanson are Tuesday afternoon 21 members 6l 0VI!

occupying the Locltrie residence of the Junior Missionary Societyof THEATRE

on Tenth street the free Methodist Church in COCONUT GROVE

Florida City met for brief service Shows T and S Admission lit

Homestead Mr. and M.... Angelo Sylvestrl, in the church ,J later went Matinee Sat end Sun, tOf

announce the birth of a nine and to the parsonage where cups of 1 togp.m.

one-halt pound son, Michael on ice cream were served to the win

Saturday. nen in a recent contest by the SATURDAY ONLY f

losing side and few were
Mr.. It S. Wolf underwent .n have been spending the summer in I games

operation for appendicitis at the Chicago, Detroit and Orlando, returned Miss Isabel Becker and Miss played. SATURDAY ONLY j
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Post Graduate hospital Thursday: to their home in Silvei Margaret McCrlmmon of Miami "" "" HOOT GIBSON in

morning. Palm Monday. were Saturday guests of Mrs. BOY SCOUT SIGNALS
The Sunset
Charles Becker. Range
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Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Draper ofRaleigh. Mr. and Mrs. Landon Carney Abe BUCK JONES In

N. C.. and their little' moved Wednesday from the house I M.... Carlyle Kinnard of Miami "'" THE SOARING WEST, NO. If1

daughter Genie, arrived Wednesday on the corner of N. W. Tenth streel t: was a guest last week of Mr. and BIO RALLY TUESDAY

to make their home In and Krome avenue to the Carl!: Mrs. Paul Haley. SUNDAY and MONDAY"Welcome
Gamer house In Oleander Park. Troop IS, Homestead Boy
children. Scouts, will beghv its fall-winter Home"tpJAMES
er Mrs. Lake Delta returned Saturday >
school puplli, have been staying Mrs. Lester Clay of Miami win from the Kendall hospital program with- a giant' scout rally; AR
with Mr. Draper's brother-in-law arrive today to spend the weekend where she underwent a major op Tuesday at 7:15 p" m. RA W
id sister Mr. and Mr*. Ceo. N.Wakefield. with Mr. and Mrs L. B. Som- eration. All scout are urged to be present BURN, AM S RAY
and their cordiallyInvited.
line school parents are
began. The mers. I 11VESDA.a
family It now living in the house Mr. and 1.1.... Eddie.Silverman, I StJESD, '
on Welt Eighth street formerly Sam Silverman and Morris Solo: AU'local boys desiring to becomescouts
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Deputy purchased ire''eque.ted to attend this ;
Mr. and Mn. Charles
occupied by mon were Sunday guests of Mr. .
McCracken.J. a home in Flake Manor at and Mrs. M. Silverman at a fare meeting"and put in their applications

14 N. W. Fourth avenue, and mov- well dinner party honoring Ben It la asked, also that all I
ed In last.week. :They plan to remodel
Silverman of Brooklyn N. Y. who scout committeemen be presentA I
Tom Vann left for Chicago the home Inside and out. I ,
Monday to get a prisoner. He i left Sunday after a abort visit program which includes an:I

planned to stay over for the world Georfe/Brimer:' I here. The visitor I II a nephew of i Inspirational talk by Scout Executive
nephew 6f Mrs.J. M. Silverman. A. S. MacFarlana of Miami i
series of baseball games.Mrs. I 111 UIISDAx, ;ail ,f'iIDAT
Tom Vann and Mrs. G. I. Gault, I I has been arranged. A brief'

Th'of. Brewer returned last who visited them here about Mr. and Mn. C. S. Phillips and outline of proposed activities will KARLOFF

eighteen month ago, has enteredthe daughter, Jacqueline, moved Saturday be given and suggestions for Improvements In
week Atlantic N.
from City,
where she has spent the past University of Miami. from the Fred Brockett cot or additions will be I The Black Room'The

weeks. J"I I tage on Tenth street to the newly welcomed. Refreshments will be i Picture
Most Thrilling by
Mrs. Eva Collins has been 111 completed Becker cottage on Caves served.
for a week but Is reported to be avenue. The meeting will be held In the I the Star of "Frankenstein"IWANT
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Harris
moved .
recovering now.FLORIDA Methodist Sunday School building -
this week from Eckman drive
...-.. I The Ladles' Aid of the Com- N. W. Second street and First '
where have been to
they living ADS PAY
the house munity Cl balld, I ber avenue. _."
formerly occupied by CITYMrs

W. Maxwell Smith N. W. Sev-
on W W. BCTMT! Corrwipondrot J
enth street and Krome avenue. l
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M.... Glen Smith and daughter, A program of "memories", old

Patsy, are spending the week In time songs, living pictures and accordion -: G eta
West Palm Beach with relatives. music will be given in the t tX

Florida City Church next Friday ItaLO
?.In. Sybella Chandler and her evening Oct. 11, as a Ladies' Aid I + ,

Daughter, Miss Alice Penny, who benefit. Admission Is free but a I 7

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Homestead, Florida.

Notion k kankr sin* that L J. M. La*. Comptroller of the state at Florid
notice kr and pursuant with the' provisions at Chapter Ma. IMTI AMa at IMS. dakanar
aloe otic* to the following Individuate a* mania. tndlton at th. BosL.fHomestead '
........ M HowMtead. Florida. that thirty. IM) dan after the dato'atpublHaltoa
at this aotlea dividend cheeks or warrant payable to thaw will k. ....n04
aid the iDwan Mpnaanted thereby shall ha mi back Into the general account for
dl.lrlhtrtkTo depo.ltan and creditors who han ... tfcalr ., unless than.
Persons named In this notice shall pna.nl. In some ar .ar mall, their ....1....
Mrtlflnte at the office at A. 0. Vaack. Liquidating Amt aid Bank of Bar Biscayne
kulldlnt Miami' ', Florida, and resolve luck dividend cheek ar ......nllo

Baptist lundar School at O. A. Halnll n om F M.llon. Jr
Hmw...... A. L. Hurtling William UiiM lwkltonalor
: A ....-. In.. Hmtwt..d ,. High Paint Hotel Co.
Uo rd of County OammH.Innrr. Schwa kf r..... Stan Parent T <-K.r. Association
of Dads Oavatlr, R_.._ Publishing Co. A. M. Prlukanl
M. J, Bond. W. D. Morns, Guardian alone lad Blr br Ono
R F Rraokatl Karl Howard MvaaOankMi
> D Call loop Hob.rt and HarcranaD Vg1r
Carnn Farms k* La..... M. John. August J. arhrnaekwP
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r.ranF CkandlarW H. Keene O. 1. achMllanbachMaV'ttokoSSSr "
R. M. Shelly'
S y:rya//Caop.r Estate: Ruby Shill r
L Coupar I. C. LMniato Simmons and Rot lif P. B. t'k
K..I., .. CoN L. B. Usages .bf 0. W. .tMancua .. k
M. R. DnatrB. Fannie .. Stan
F 1CrIo..... Alt. Pay P. Manly Sturrue B_ br E. O.
flea T. K. Fuller D. H. Matkawl 't....."

Preferred Claims I. Old Bank of R_....
f RwnMiHl C. AlbrwM IO.O,P. Board of Tratew B. K. or Dora P. It.....,
Sadie __ W. M. JackaiM Kaadalpk ...khlU
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Tata,.th. sib slow X 00_. A. D, llll.I' plc wdaa The U. 'S. ityotromr'I+ent, through die ftdiral *HouungMminitfntiort
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LEGAL NOTICEIN MHG ROOM home builders fo borrow 80% of the coif of o new

RE CITIZENS BANK OF HOMESTEAD 115.19ty home including of coupe the coif of the land.
Homestead, Florida. SlwaG ROOMICifs100

Native h heady llrm that I. f. M. LM, flnaialmtUr W the state at PWMa. This money it loaned on a fwenty-yeor mortgage on
sating .kr sad _...t with the trwrktlona at Cfcavter N*. linT A... of IMS, tie
berry d.*. atlM .. UM following MullrMwIa .. tesma laU,aradltora at Ik*.CHhwi 100' forms which actually amount to no more than renf.
Bank. at Hoauatoad) located al Hinmtead. Florida. that thing 1101 dan after the
date at >Uk.Uo* at ale Ml a dl.MMd .kwika ar Warrants gable to them will b. Home building hat been mode easier today than at
aoa.N M and th. ..weys mraaMted IkMwkr then k* put bait r: the a oral u..wM nice,
I" IttrlkiiUa Woo aaHara and aradlton wka ban claimed their ........... Values prey time in recent ywou.
:=:::: Me = this. ":";.. =.Il. I. w y mean th.k
ice .f .. .Natlns =. .N Bask of Jay=::
balldlu Miami Florida, sad rawto ouch dlrUra4 books at warraaMI

A......* Grown Loan II... J. L Markets '11I... A M. R.binwe Although an essentially ineipentrve tJesigiC.this; KHlr home contains ,el ?

W U.Batar AKkk), Aaakjaa. :'i..Hilda HMIMOinala MvaMwvMJV A.Gets D., .Roam J. R.wig the conveniences'whkh might be'associated. With' e Kouse costing more ','

Ha ...... Maaaa BlwtkaraR.A. 0. M Russell then twice .i much.
BMWdM dm JoMaMn. at Pool BTPO.
Car Brooks Mrs M B. Km, at. Feel a>nda> ManlR '
W. A. Brawn Klx Vn4rtoklne c. L. Saadn* The first 10.;' plan tRuttretol imw tdhA'.fey above may be reerranfee1so '

Vlnlata CaaMrM P. a Lamb M. P.and RaK Ca. C Rain. A. Avis aekaankart that the room'Indicated.a."e',"sewing'roortf iney'becom i. the dining

Larkin Lrtokwonk *. B. Sarr
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< Cobb D. A. MrFadra Jobs K. .__. Mead
B & C- ran R. 0. "__hoW 11__. Van ,era*

l7n.il._Cavkraa Comma Ckaa.R. C. Manly Milk T._Poe.t PrawM, a..d Joai COM IN Otte' CALL lANo'U ,US'6NE 'YOU_ : tf.Acri.ON'

W. O. Cakwr Varai ion Miller Joe ahMntonT EASE Of .TODAY.W. ,, .
"'N. CwiMll Bar Mima Mb Onto Ma Smith CONSlRUCtJOrt .
Oawk C. M. M<*MS FVaak. X. tonuMf
S f IP..L.t. H DltM Nannta Bandar Soho .Wm k $Iteakiaaat,
i Maud Doll Hassles Tamely A. D. tit Sable t
IkmtU Balldtae sad EspptIrsel.. Own ,. Joni aUnaao
Caw E. i. Marlor J... aukham_
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YetisHa.w Whlgeonstraks
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D. Home H *
t eholo .. D. PwwaN II... T. 8. WkHikaad Co. Ilie.I i
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MrT'l.-. := white Btea answer reload
Piakik) tUUanw* Oa
R 0. and L. AIDe 0% asides White War Canmttto MaterialsHomestead
t.,W. Hanaatk Bl..ass, Caaab* dak o win William Hardware Lumber Building
or..w Had** Badlaada InnatmvM CaKaJkwd \ Mrs C !I. Waadkvr*. Ae ,
DMrM Balt _la.. M. L annular, akna
aard. AaM.,. Beklll Itaton f. W rsar Fla. 507-lf
pt ; Ilk day at Ortokar, A. O. 1MJ. j I Phone
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; fflOMESTEAD HIGH SCHOOL NOTES GIRL SCOUT NEWS :w. f'ft dU_ He wrote-Jiert! Wlrrn Ibtw' blllet-doui; i :0

,'\ p> Mary Arthur, Rcrtbe then. She thought It alt bosh, sillet-toux.
; By LEOLA UTTLE: ........... _......_......._.............._ He wrote her .
N.....".,..,..,.,.......".............._.................-...........-.........,...NNIMNN- .N The Rev. L O. Adams of Red- To the again I,
! The first meeting of the GIrl Und w!" n secured to M- set day wha*- l
I seniors have elected the 7- 1., Mcllwaln have charge of the Scouts of Homestead was held oist Mr. Ulan will 'preach at 11 l"er1Ial4lMe will saga> WlUet-knous. t ,
wing officers: preiIdent The cafeteria which 1* run under the October 1 at the M", O'clock Sunday. A cordial weleom -
' Franklin, vice-president, My- same plan as last year. They wish Frank Skill Mist Kathryn TIien *- 14 Httflded tIJ site ( L
': iCrennell; eecretary Dorothy to thank the children/ for their and Mia Elinor: Hayden were CITY
y I _!ti, and treasurer Richard spendld cooperation.Mr. present Mill theisen I* lo train Local Colored
ittoon. The senior class wel- I the for Boy HERMAN
girl the athletic badge
I a* it
two new members-Mabel Rice ha a data In II'lIChani-1 well a* for archery. We have 12 Awarded State Prize Hanllag\ ef any DAY
I 111111I1II from Blcknell Indiana, cal drawing for the older boy new, arrow for the *f t time. Safe
sod Tqip Poock from Rlverdaje) well* his manual training el... four new patrol were formed: ThomasMcXinney: 11-year-old **f J
I ''orooto, Canada. Mrs. Ruth I*. "I' tlve Oak Patrol-Ceraldlne pupil t>t Homestead1 colored Junk ., f
jj the senior sponsor. The Future Farmer are Belt*. leader; ElIzabeth SkiD, assistant *high school wa awarded both
I ,Junior officers this year are: gressing very rapidly with, their leader; Margaret field, the county prize and the state prize
president, Buddy Fitzpatrick; vice- projects under Mr. George Wake-I, Mildred Field. in the Junior high croup for an
dent Helen West; secretary field's instruction They: have Royal Palm Patrol-Wava Horton essay he submitted ID a contest 4'M'JNTJQri'J'Q ;
I nef treasurer Hazel Pennington. started a thrift bank, and each leader; Mary Jo Close, assist sponsored by the Miami Woman'
e junior* are now selling adverfpace week they contribute tome amountof ant leader; Barbara Bigger Christian Temperance Union, officials ..4 TP F41111E
i tJ tot carnival hand bills. money to this livery Tuesday Rose: Patrol Mary.Fr.aces Rut of the organization have ,
Ittee hive beert appointedthe Is Bank Day for them. Cashiers land, leader; Athley Kemp assistant :Deported.
I g" carnival lined up and are John Fredrick, Howard leader; Vera Rheney. The subject of the essays for this
: Thompson and Edward Klrt>y.'Last Poinclana Patrol Mary Arthur group was "What Science Say:
copion Monday, Agriculture Four attended leader; Nina Dyal assistant Alcohol Nor"Alilk.Fed!
.pontor. of the "jolly 'junior. a potato grower meeting/ In leader; Lucille West, Elizabeth: 1+'e .me A
One section of the sophomore/ Goulds and visited the Exotic I Mcllwaln.
:,iui elected officers as follows: Garden in Miami. The regular Miss Theisen and Miss Hayden Fryers Freh Stockof
president, Charles Little; vlcepmldent meeting of the Future Farmers were guest of the I4V Oak Patrol Corn-Fattened .
Motely Sever; secretary will be held Wednesday October FRESH EGGS '
ind treasurer, Ed Jacetti; and {e- 9. The parents of the Future The Rose and Royal Palm Patrols Seed
FEED MffisMr
po tier. Willella Bullard. Mr. P. $:. Farmer will have a meeting next are to work on the' Girl Scout *. C. W. McEwep:
Uoomaw I is the sponsor. laws and promise for next meet
at the clubhouse.
$ $ II:. | !
ing. The girls working for the J GW'K'a MARGIaIE' S
_ :;7 The other section of the sophomores __ __ ._
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Nina pathfinder badge are to finish the
made Pearl Bush
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I 'Ident; Eugene Scherr, vlce-preil- started Mr*. Field' English classes have map making. They will dramatize .. .. CLKV9 $CIRI.IT: TOPPER
dant; Randolph Caves, secretary; I II off to accomplish Each one this work and the whole troop fIlRln.MO: 81!: M1RGIOREPIU
Plant McDaplel, treasurer; and striving his work "Will take part. Mr*. Dexter Horse DR.M.A.BERGERPentist
Phyllis Parmnn, committee head. and Is co-operatlpg with the teach and Miss Hayden will help u*. GI )I15
er. Last week pupils brought In
Mary Arthur scribe
Mrs: Carl field is sponsor.One was M\ItI.oOE
pictures with which to brighten UUN08TOV
freshman class chose: I and Geraldine Reltz secretary and
dent, Clinton' Bishop; the English: room. This week all i treaaurer. We decided to be hostesses -
dent, Marcia Cauzens; and pre.I-1 the classes are quite Interested In In alphabetical order. Nina 36 N. Krome AvepueUpstair

retary. and treasurer,_ book-report given by the pupil I Dyal is the next hostess. *
IDOTtey. Mrs Howard Johnson la I i We mutt learn new game and Hector t Supply
'Npfonsor. Mr. Gladys Webb report that I teach them at the Scout meetings.Mr. Officp Hour 8:30-4:30
The other freshman class chose: all of her classes are larger this Hobbs promised to get the
Ptor president Roy Martin; vice- year than they have been for along weeds oft our camp soon. We will OPEN Et'ENiNG!: '
president, Cheater Saunders; *eettary time. There U not| enough I. do lots of camping when weather BY APPOINTMENT: I Company
Lucille West. Mr. E. B. seating room for her pupil*. Although perrnfU.
llackburn i* *he sponsor.Jh home economics la an elective We voted to buy a largo tent a* -
officers of one section of the subject for older girl they I our other one *'M torn up by dogs. Jlppiestead, FU..
eJihtl1lrade are: president Nina all seem more' Interested in it this We have been invited to camp withMr ,
Jy.l; vice-president, Jane Cat- year. *. Hefts oa-ljloml peach sgaln '. _. ""
lin; treasurer Henry Dodaoo; IICtaryf1I4red I soon": We have new record books 1 n n 6ATLIN I
field; cheer leaden The physical education classesare and "patrol books,'* fun float for :
Mary Frances Arthur'and El- 'drawing more interest this I he pool and a birjef' stave hammock Dentist I
win Cooper. Miss Elinor Hayden year because we have all had I the girls 1 made while at the
:as the sponsor. The class colon something to do with the diamond key camp. I Ix--
ire red and white. ball team this summer thereforewe We have' also a soak bite first Qlfif' ,h1 JIgisnian} Bid, ".
aid kit. Mrs. Dick Brook i fLts;
The other section of the eighth are still "sport minded". Mr. I i
rode has: president, Constance Blelet's. classes are now learningthe going to explain it to us and give
eherr; vice-president, Howard fundamentals. of touch football our first aid instruction.' I Phone 85 I 1--
Pest; secretary and treasurer Ross Each boy 1* learning to kick, Patrol leaden' camp for *11
Kelts. Mr. Frank Lucas is the pass and receive a football fir.Bleler captain, lieutenant, patrol leaden HOMESTEAD: FLOKIDA
iponsor. .is also putting the boys and assistant patrol leader
,i The .seventh grade officers are: through different exercises to pre- from all over pade ;County will I
president, J. T. Godwin; viceprescient pare them physically for all sports. be held at the home pf Mr*, prank .-- Y '
Mary Grace English: ; secretary This helps, a* it to' very necessaryto Skill and the swimming pool on
Margie Lewis; treasurer think and act promptly at any Saturday; Oct. tat 9 o'clock. There DR. R. 3 ABM e ,
Freddie Fuchs; and cheer leaders, I kind of ,ame. will be handicraft, folk dancing I ;
eddy Hall and Francis Lamb. games and water ..porta.IU .
Miss Scout are to bring now bag DENTIST
Hendenhot is sponsor Miss Thelsen'i classes are now
?, ,I playing diamond ball. Two days and ten, ten cents cents for twlfnmlng.for, handicraft, office flours f .. m. t each week: we have exercises t lo |a
>Yeast week the juniors gave thetats" which build us physically and Closed
To Reorganize Sunday BUordays .
scare They asked allrits" mentally. We shall all be proudto I MillcrFccd and l ,
(freshmen) to come to display our locker rooms soon School in PrincetonThe Free Parking Space
school dressed as they had ordered because we are now painting themin con.'a-ilo'-ol;; :; I J '
thPrlncen Co.
ike hey Indiana painted the and freshmen then requested to look cream-a great improvement. ) Methodist Church will meetat flU N. W. MTU ST., MIAMI I

each to 10 o'clock Sunday in the churchto rilONE a-It.tt Homestead and South Miami
before the
one perform the Rev.
I Wednesday morning A.1 j i ;
school as a whole. Each freshmanwore A. Koevtlme, the Rev C N. Walker reorganize a Sunday school, an- p I _____ t

a "nitwit" sign although it and the Rev Howard Eckel I .. .
was not necessary. However, all spoke at the assembly of the high .,"" ,'
ended well when the junior gave school pupils. '. J 0"..'"
the freshmen a swimming partyut
night at the pool. ,
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The sixth grade ha* started 's Funeral Borne Brgoker Lumber Co Inc.Everthina

keeping health records. j' .I A.MBH.AMK $ER\'ICf=: ( .
I lady Attendant
)sew pupil have been coming ,
In every day to both schools.Next ... .u.a Hot";chi. I IH : .
fU9PiE k?
reek all pupils are to have their I Iteeth' / Nwl i

examined. j' \Nr-.Ajj I .
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Mrs. J C. 0. 'RobertsoA;; and Mr*.

M. I '" .' for the .

{Doming Pumps and -Water. System$,: o. ': ntrtLDER .

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on 1i$2aM en fie lateen w reps : rAEIfo ,/ ft'i' ; -/ .. .
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r t M J on |he flip, fayme; pUo $4fL" u e fe>tf' Hff 1*, I :. ; ,.w' t'"Vfh"ve.", application blanks for' : .

f k '.EB Tim rACTOUT ECrEXSENTATTTElR. '" ;*; ::.. -,. > ,. government loans. .

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Ten THE LEADER ENTERPRISEFriday, October 4, 1935.

REDLAND PvT. A. WILL will be sent to the Benson Spring*. MRS. L L, CHANDLER HAS:
MEET MONDAY EVENING: orphanage, reported thai the box BIRTHDAY DINNERDANCEMrs.

The Redland P.-T. A. will hold' would be sent tMs week Luther L. Chandler was
Mrs. Davis announced that the given a dinner and dance at
Social its first meeting this year a reception -
I EventsMRS. I for teachers, at 8 o'clock week of prayer would be observed Royal Palm Club In Miami Tuesday -
Monday evening in the Redland, the first week in November In the evening by Mr. Chandler In
school auditorium. :Mrs. R. H. church and that a food sale will honor of her birthday anniversary
Fitzpatrick and her pupil will give be held by the memben of the society The table was centered with
Saturday afternoon in the American Beauty roses and
a musical program, and PrincipalCarl a
Wagner will speak on the McCrory Arcade. large birthday cake.
SHOWER AT ORFANEDES HOME THURSDAY relationship of the community and Circle Three will have charge of The guest Included: Mr. and
the school. the devotional and program at tho Mrs. J. W. Durden and MIN Louis
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Mn. Curtis Lee, hospitality next meeting. Powen of Miami; Mr. and Mn. J.
Mn Theo Orfanedei and Min on "Setting Up the Banner Amongthe chairman and her committee will Present were: Mn. A. M. Byrom Lamar Paxson and Charles T.
Ruth Humphrlei gave a mlscelMOUI !*- Spaniard and Cuban In Tam- have charge of the social part of Mrs. D. L. Bowen, Mrs. Vlvan Fuchs, Jr., of South Miami; and
i shower at the Orfanede pa". Prayers wen made by Mrs. the and of the refresh Booth, Mn. S. E. Livingston, Mn. Mr. and Mn Tom Torbert, Mr.
home ;yesterday afternoon for Mn C. N. Walker Mn. Bert Andrew ments. O. L. Showalter, Mn. J. A. Mc- and Mn. H. J. Chapman and Mr.
John Frank Grubbi, the former and Mn. Collier. Nelll, Mrs Davis, Mrs. P. B. BIrd and Mrs. Hugo Vihlert, of Could
j MU Lorene Mowry who became In the afternoon Mn. J. Tom Mrs. H. L. Brown, Mn. Ceo Hanson -
r the bride of Mr*. Orfanedei1 brother Vann gave the state W. M. U. pres I W. M. .. SOCIAL SERVICE I Mrs. Mollie Wingate, Mrs.
oa, Sept. 21 In Fort Lauderdato ident's message, Mn. Frank Irwin COMMITTEE EFFICIENT H. M. Gibbs Mn. C. M. Redd Mn. AUXILIARY HOVORSMRS.
The bride If a daughter of the talked on "In the Name of God Sixty-six visits to lick and to A. A Koestllne, Mrs. John Williams W. a SHEFFIELDThe
Rev. and Mr*. Leonard Mowry ol We Will Set Up Our Banners", strangers were reported by the and Mill Jennie LobdelL American Legion Auxiliary
Defray Beach, and II member of Mn. G. A. West discussed "Setting social service committee at the celebrated the birthday of Mrs.
one Homeitead'i pioneer families. Up Our Bannen Through the Sun- meeting of the Women's Missionary REDLAND AID TO GIVE W. H. Sheffield at Its meeting
The bridegroom If a lIOn olMr day School and the B. T. U." and Society of the Homestead HALLOWEEN PARTYA Wednesday noon at the home of
*. L. W. Grub of South Miami 'Mrs. W. E. Lewis, talked on "Set Methodist Church Tuesday after- Halloween party will be given Mrs. Wm. Rheney. A covered dish
who formerly lived in Homeltead.1 ting Up Our Bannen In Floridato noon. Three bouquets had been in the Redland Community Church luncheon was enjoyed.A '
They are making Aid the Evangelization of the lent and seventeen tray and sup- on Tuesday, Oct. 29, by the Ladle large birthday cake with
South Miami where Mr. Grubbi If Negro." pile valued at $2.50 had been do- Aid Society of the church to raise candles was cut and servd by Mrs.
employed by the Fuch BakingCo A dialogue, "Challenge to State nated. A certificate of efficiency money for the parsonage fundPlans Sheffield.
Missions", wa given by the Y. this Present were: Mn. H. H. Ewing;
wa given to the social service de- for party and for the
The room where the shower W. A. group in the evening. In the partment for work done duringthe annual Christmas bazaar and supper Mrs. Geo. W. Turner Jr. Mn.
i wa held were decorated with play wen: Misses Katherine and year. which will be held Dec. (, were Wm. J. Geronimo, Mrs. L. P.
hibiscus blossoms. Two contests Ellen Vann Min Fern Robertson, Kendrick, Mrs. Frank B. Rue, Mn.
Mn. J. E. Davis, the president, made at the meeting of the society -
wen enjoyed. The prize In the lint Miss Nellie Mae Sauls, Mist Either who wa in charge of the meeting at the home of Mn. Wayne L. G. Ruggles, Mn. Sheffield, Mn.
was won by MIN Thelma Jeffrey Pope Miss Virginia Frlck announced that the tone Calkins on Thursday of last week. Fred Redd, Miss Ruth Fox and
and the prize In the second Miss Helen West, Miss Evelyn Mrs. Rheney.
by meeting will be held Friday, Oct. Present were: Mn. Thos Brewer -
Miss Ruth Kemp. Pope, Min Elizabeth Mcllwaln 18, at the Coral Cable Methodist Mn. C. Ben Plummer, Mrs. "
A decorated box of generous Mill Virginia Hodge Miss Ruth church and that It will start August Heuer, Mrs. Anna Messer- Tedious Job
proportion wa presented to Mn. Tower, MIN Lucille West, Min at 10:30: a. m. with a covered dish I smith, Mn. M. A. Baker, Mn. M. Mistress: "Come, come, Mary,
Grubbi who opened It and found Bobble Summerlln, Miss Virginia luncheon. J. Brownlow Mn. M. A. Soper, how much longer it going to take
the bridal gift After the packages Dorsey and Miss Sybil Cheshire. Mn. John Williams who hal Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, Jr., Mn H. you to fill that ; box?" I
were untied they were passed Miss Lois Walker gave the devotional charge of the box of clothing which bhannlng, Mn. Geo. E. Deuel, Mary "Sure, ma'am, and It's I
around for all to see. Punch and Miss :Hazel Pennington N Mn. A. W. January, Mn. Geo. W. meself can't say how long it will
and cake were terved. read a poem. YIINN.NNMNMNIINNNNNNN"NNNNNNMNNYThe Turner, Sr., Mn. H. J. Armstrong take to get all this stuff throughthe I
Present besides the hostesses i'i CalendarOct. Min Estelle Turner and Mrs Otis little holes In the top of this
and of honor Mn. LOCAL W. C. MEMBERS !
guest were: Stoy, a visitor. thing."-Toronto Globe.
Ceo. Campbell, Mn. Alfred Tom- GET DISTRICT OFFICES: 4-Business meeting ot' I II
Mr. Dell Mn. Frances Coker was elected
erlln, Drawdy Mn.Grady Woman's Auxiliary of Episcopal
Pope Mr*. Henry Dodson chaplain of District Four, Wood. Church with Mn. Lee H. Lehmanat 'I I
Mrs. Lewis Grubbi, Mn. Henry men's Circle at a meeting held In :3p.m. I

Kufeldt, Mn. L. S. Mowry Sr., Biscayne Temple Tuesday. Mr Oct. 7-Redland P.-T. A. meeting -
Mrs. Nell Jeffrey, Mn. Frank Irwin Sarah Martin was made attendant, at 8 p. m.
Mn. W. A. Petsch Mr. W. and Mrs. Florence: PacettI, chair Oct 7-Business meeting of the
H. Humphries, Mn. H. G. Aren- man of auditors. .Junior Woman's Club of Home '
dale, Mr*. L. W. Grubbi, Mn. MIN Myrtle Oil Crump of Tampa stead. ,
Beatrice Hamilton, Mn. Fred I state manager and national attendant Oct 8-Woman's Club of Homestead CLEANS
Pollack Miss Elise PeUch, Miss gave a report of the national study class meeting with
Ruth Dodson, MIN Mertl Connor convention held in July. Miff Jennie LobdeU.
Miss Iva Connor, Mia Ruth' General relief work-not necessarily Oct. 8-Areme Club meeting
confined to members of the
Humphrlei and Miss Katherine
with Mrs. Fred Suber at 2:30: p. "
Orfanede society-Is to be done in each

Those sending gifts were: Mn.I grove In the country, she said, m.Oct.. 10-Redland Ladle Aid
C. W. Little Mrs. B. C. Murphy, and an educational fund to be meeting with Mn Thos. Brewer.
Mn. Geo. Lorton, Mn. Geo. Wil- known as the Mary E. Larocca. Oct. 11-Travelogue by the Rev.
liams, Mn, Charley Connor Mn. fund will be railed for helping C. R. Palmer in Neva King Cooper
Lulu B. Free, Mr*. L. D. French i all memben of the Junior Wood- School at 8 '
p. m. when do house cleaningget
and Mine Eva and Mildred Sullivan. men's Circle get an education. Oct. 11-Ladle*' Aid benefitprogram Now you your
National officers will attend the
i district meeting in West Palm in Florida City Community -, this quick germ-killing action that'
SILVERMAN-JENKINS Beach In January, she laid.
MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEDAnnouncement i Members from Homestead attending -I Oct 19-Meeting of the woman' -\ like bringing healthful sunlight into your
Club of the Redlands.
wa made last I wen :Mrs Bessie Brady,
week of the marriage of Eddie Sil- II state inner sentinel, :Mn. Paeettl, Oct. 15-Homeitead P.-T. home. Powerful yet safe, No. 6 Disin-
verman. ion of Mr. and Mrs M. Mrs. Coker, Mr*. Martin, Mr*. meeting at 2:30: p. m. in Neva A.I
Silverman of Florida City, and Helen Bowden and Mn. Alice Cooper School fectant reaches into out of the way cor-
Oct 15-Meeting of W. M. S.
ti Him Jennje Jenkins of Miami
Beach In Wtst Palm Beach onJnpt I At a district meeting of. field Circle One with Mrs. S. J. Davis. ners to kill as it cleans. Gets the germs, .
Oct 21 Social
meeting of the
WThey '
workers held at the home of Mrs.Irene .
will make their home in Lilei In Coconut Grove last Junior Woman's Club of Home everywhere garbage cans, sick room,

Miami Beach where Mr. Sllverman week Mrs. Brady wa elected vice- stead.
I* engaged In business. I prellde /' Oct 22-Meeting of the Woman' bath room. Yet you may use it for cuts,
,.:, Club of Homestead In club-
i THREE PROGRAMS GIVEN FLORIDA CITt PASTOR house. wounds and other uses.
0V W. M. V. DAY OF PRAYERAt SURFR16EDL GIFTS "* Oct. 2 -Redland Ladle*' Aid I

the Dn of Prayer for state I Tuesdax t twjing a group of benefit Halloween party in parson-
missions' observance In the First thirty gathtod nt the Free Meth- age. NO. 6DISINFECTANT
Baptist Church of Homestead odist parsonage In Florida City to Oct 25-Men's Night and bene-
Wednesday Mn. H. Collier presided I surprise the pastor, Mn Edith fit party at the Woman's Club of
at the morning program Tamblyn, by presenting her with the Redlands.
Mrs W. E. Lewis at the afternoon groceries and canned goods, and Nov. S-W. M. S. business meet-
program and Miss Kathryn Vann,I to tell her how glad they 'were to ing. .
at the Y. W. A. program In the welcome her home from the state NNNNNIIwNNNNNNINNNM one ounce equals

nenlng. A covered dish luncheon' conference. 11.2 gallons cleaner: :
was served at noon. Mn. Tamblyn expressed heartfelt OUR NEW
\ Mrs. Catherine Pickard gave the I thank for the sift*.
ti morning devotional which touched During the evening games and EUGENEVAVE I
on "Stewardship of Talents". song were enjoyed and light refreshments
Collier lave a message from Mn.1 were served. MACHINE The: Dixie Drug.
IL C. Pcelman, state I j
the W. M. U.; Mr. T. E.
'\ spoke on "Setting Up the Banner FiEva Is equipped with voltmeter and
!; Through Personal Service"; Mrs. I EstelleSllivan I lime clock to Insure safety was} Your Rexall StoreTHCRMIQUC 'iii.
& I West, quality worn la the following
r, on "Setting Up the Teacher of Pianoforte I
Banner of Christ In the Children'sHome" I I styles ......
; Mrs. J. Tom Van on "Set: Beginners a Specialty I EUGENE:

I. ting up the Banner Among the I Ii 111 N. E. tnt Are., Homestead CROQUGNOLB
Semlnotei"; and Mrs. J. C Vann I

Annie Mayhew I ( COMBINATIONV.5046.5045$4.50

Fitzpatrick Operator ol Bnttr Parlor 'TUK HEATERLESS METHOD or PERMANENT WAVING

Ii: Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal Croquignole Spiral Combination $6 $7



... JJMQKORTE, AND. THEORY Parlor -Beauty Parlor

!I fit, Redland Road,.Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422 M NORTH KROMK AVE. i Seem Floor Horn Bid*. Phone ""RPare

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r Friday, October-4,1935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE rage Eleven

i other Sunday schools cordially invlted. .


: Bible study and prayer service RATE: First Insertion 10* > lint; subsequent insertions

conducted by the Rev H. E. Ben !Spa line I
BAPTIST Geo. M. Poth, pastor. Sunday Miami '-1'0 t I
of at home of Mrs. O. L

teacJ-The Rev C. N. school each Sunday at 10 a. m. I' Cautt every Friday at 3 p. m. r
English service on first Sunday of FOR RENT WANTED I
Sunday school .t11Io *
:er, pastor a A aeries of lectures on the >
each month at 1 p. m. and German
Preaching at 11 a. no. Book ., Revelations Is now laprogress. FURNISHED, ROOMS Ser feet '
service on third ATTENTION MEN-QwaW'y
Sunday at 3 now
:3lp.mBYP.U.at0:30p.'Prayer : : p.I All Invited. With or without meals Mrs C.
m. I to Install and service Air Conditioning
f services"Wednesday .t N. Hendenon, PrI1 ceton. Phone equipment In hotels,

'3p.m. METHODIST: EPISCOPAL 2721. restaurants, factories homes

*Oct Morning sermon: Florida City Community Church FURNISHED BEDROOM. Modern etc. Splendid opportunity for

Meaning of the Lord's -the Rev, M. A. Soper pastoi I conveniences. Garage available. those selected for training Write

Sapper". All members of theltareb.re Sunday school at 8:30 a. m.; Mr. C. W. McEwen. IS N. E. giving reference Dr. Schoerk's

requested U attend preaching at 10 a .m. and T.30: p. M, yt I 14th St. (anti) Air Conditioning Training, Alton

1JI1J service and to join in theebservaace m. Church night Wednesday .t t tv Illinois.DIESELMen. '

of the Lord's supper 730. ? I ROOMS FOR RENT-Well tum-

after the sermon. Evening ished. Mr. Jay Simmons, cor !: wanted to start immediate :

sermon: "Great Experiences Kedland Community Church: Physical Culture. Hotel, Inc.DawwUle Silver Palm and Richard roads training In thai vicinity

let the Bible-Ood and Adam" the Rev. M. A. Soper, pastor. Sun- New York I (an to Install operate and serviceDIESEL
day school at 10; preaching at 11. ENGINES
|The hours of service for Sunday In power
Church night IDEAL M Health T........ V*. :5-ROOM modern unfurnished
Thursday at 7.30.
\ evening change October ad R.srmM... plants, trucks, tractors, etc. Consultation -
B. Y. P. 0. will be at ':3' METHODIST EPISCOPAL NATURAL METHODS ONLY house on Krome Ave.. garage service and tools furn

sad sermon at 7:31. NO MEDICINES DRUGS oa Aim ished. Write giving mechanical
OPERATION 4-ROOM furnished cottage In Red-
qualification Schoeck Diesel
Pram service Wednesday ptMoIIp "anassets" respond
White Stone Church-Home- readily to we system of Health land, ,araa!!. Also! I Training, Alton, III
its' :3' discussion of '
P. Tnl.aa and results .. .eb0 10-ACRE pot hole firm land and
|ltsmans U by special request stead; the Rev. A. A. Koestline, air......... 6-room modern ,house .
pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. MODERATC HATES-. .._ garageW. I REAL ESTATEREAL
Gtal.t.-The Rev. Noah Peter m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and I S .tti. niifcly r.toT __ .u _... M. Brodle Redlarid. (s20U;)

[ pastor Sunday school at 10 m. Junior League at 2:30 U U act a kxpl -k.drlddpr.o.e ESTATE Those who want
ion, p. : p. ..d tiess waerla. ins FOR RENT-Furnished apart- -
fI} m:; preaching at 11 a. m. and m.; Hi League at 5.;U p. m.; Senior CMUfMaul_ _. tubercular .r menu. Dr. J. B. Tower Homestead to buy or sell Redland District

[;10 Po tn.; B. Y. P. U. ate.30p.rn: League at 6:SO p. m. prayer meetIng .&0.... art _..... real estate will find up-to-date; t,

er service at 7:30 p. m. Wed- at 8 p. m. Wednesday Lkeretwe Fn. Fla.FOR listings In our office Many of

I dat. No Obligation SALE these listings are still at sub

Oct. Morning menace If re. wish h -" des. normal prices. We shall appreciate
CATHOLIC "On the Road to Emmaos"! bisection .t GOOD HEALTH ..Y CATERPILLAR TEN tractor for either Inquiries or
1..s.l.t. ..,._._ M mfhi
[Church of the Sacred Ileart- evening message; "Lauras I* .. tile tent.g point r- Ul*. Mle. Frank Bernecker. Jr., your listings, all of which will

Dead." equipped ..a awn Krome avenues and Silver Palm have beat attention. Now is
[B, E. Second avenue, Homestead; =,Pal . .> U* blue
I the Rev. Alfred McDonald pastor. Silver Palm Community Churchthe to the wld. TkwuuJ* testily I road. i27tf]) the time to buy. B. W. Morris,

!Sunday mass at 9 a. m.; week day Rev. H. G. Cowan, pastor M swum"tb- VMrvvlMM rwdu .< Mtwnl FOR SALE-Upholstered davenport now associated with H. A. Cameron -
at 7 43 dally. Sunday school I N. W. lit St. In Citizen
[mass : Sunday school every Sunday at 10a. I rust color practically new.
I "...... byaw. ,
Bank Bid Phone 72.
.i Saturday at 8 a. m. Sunday school m.( preaching services on tint I .., -:: I $20 cash. Mrs. Eva Collins, ,
Sunday following 8 o'clock mass third and fifth at 11 fades
{ Sundays a. hne ep..t ai I Homestead, Fla. ACREAGE AND PftOVES
i Communion for women the firs! m. and 8 p. m. I 111..1.. .. CHARLES I. BROOKS specialize

(!Sunday Of month; for men and i i neacki.g and_ I TOMATO PLANTS-C F. Talbot, in Redlands properties.Purchasers .

flays: the second Sunday of month. Oct. 6-Annual Rally Day wtGenies Richard and Silver Palm roads In MIAMI
are so
Holy hour first Friday of month exercise at 10 a, m. (27tf])
bow I I list with a broker you know to
it 1-4J m. Mass first Friday at
p. oodbesotli
139: a. m. Benediction of the /.. FOR S A L Bedsteadi, mattresses -
[Blessed Sacrament after mass. Oct. Meeting to reoriaa III& ._lIft111.J_I springs parlor suite, Send your listing, with legal

Ue Sunday school will be heldat WRITE TODAY porch furniture, chairs, rugs description of land. price, terms,

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 1. a. ELMETHODIST. j a-tO this enpwL-.d ra.lu.Yl. ..... china odd piece J. F. Dyches, etc. Send postal and I wllll'lIlIj;
? t.PNTSICM. or give Information to J. R.
opposite Redland P. O. (po4)])
I,Florida City-Broadway and CULTURI BOTH .... (Dick) Brooks Homestead. I

, [Sixth street Sunday school alit FREE \ Dowdy N.7 Y' MISCELLANEOUSRELIABLE CHARLES I. BROOKS

:41 a. m. for pupils under 20 yean 1 128 N. E. First St Miami,
Florida the Rev. Edith
[of ate; morning 1t'rv1Cf'; at 11 City- WATCH REPAIRING. ,
with South Atlantic Mortgage Co.DOWN.
T mbyn, pastor. Sunday LEGAL NOTICES
o'clock. Wednesday evening services W. H. Woods, McCrory Arcade.
2:30: p. tn.; preaching 3:30 and I 8 )
[ which Include testimonial statement of tin Ow '.nhl I.. .........nlrimlMlM. .
|W healing and experiences and re- p. m; Young people's meeting, ..... Required kr the Act ofI PIANO TUNING and repairing

D on Christian Science 8 p. 7-13; Junior meeting 3:30: Tuesdayprayer : I TMsmi W August 14. 1H1, Good used piano for sale cheap. [
meeting 7:15 p. m. Thurs Of the Uwfor-Cntarprh. published W. E. 113 N. W. 3rd St
The public Is cordially Invited I vwklr .< R_....ad. Fl., Ior Ort I. 1DI9 I Koon
Ltd attend. day. of Florida County of D ta-t*-
I' tefora M, notary public Jn and rnDM HEMSTITCHING while you wait f

'J', Oct (-Lesion sermon topic PENTECOSTAL I ippMtW UU and lion county A.......atornald wti* kaviiw pronall been I Singer sewing machines and re- I

*:"Unreality". Goulds-Rev. C. C. Hansberger duly loora aaMrdln M I... draw and< pairs. Mrs. Wm. H. Booth, COES THE PRICE OF
says that k. to the ditty of the Lwktr- I from F. E. C station.
pastor. Sunday school at 0:4V: E........... and that the following la. l> across '
CHURCH OF CHRIST preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. I the bat of hit knowtedn and Wllaf a true __. SHAVING COMFORT f fi
of the ownership, nanaimMnt.
CHamettead-First avenue and m.; Young people's meeting at 8:30: I. .statement.... of the aforwaM/ publication for the I JOHN O. BALLEY POST !':O. 4* I

N. W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton,,I p. m.; Ladles' prayer circle Tuesday I data bit the fKown'Act of In('the,.,abuse of eaptloa Aucnat 14 required, ISlt AMERICAN LEGION

later Bible study at 10 a. m.;; at 2:30: p. m. Mid-week prayer embodied In section 411. Postal Law.Ratulatlona. end Sleets Brat and filled WeilurwUfi
tommunion, fellowship and service Thursday at 7.30 p. m. printed on the reverse tin.
American Legion Bide.I i
I of ttto form ""-.It ti I m. /
[preaching at U a m.; preaching at I t. That the names and ddraiM of th.MiblbhrT old putt ofOre) South Krome Art.Ilunmleail .
130>> Wed.IOId8y i adltar managing editor, and I .
: Prayer meeting -
rn. I
biMlnaM _...... araiPuklbkrr ,
at 7.30 p. m.CHURCH Homestead-Krome avenue at Bra A....... H__id. Fie i ... ... .-.... ... ".... '"
N. .16th street Sunday school at Editor. Ban Arcktr HoaiaatMd. Fla.'
OF GOD i kl.na.lnir Wltor.. Marjorie Laaeh. Archer.Hem.a..d. .
10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. Pla i
Burtiwaa .....-. Ban Archer. KoauI. .
i Bomestesd-60S N. W. First I rill. I
avenue Fev. Geo. Lorton, pastor.Sunda That tka owner bt I llf ama4 by *. t f,
TRUTH to nama and adtiraat. must h(
school at (15: a m.; I stated and also ........ ...]. Iharruadar Ih.naau. .. s e
[preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. Homestead-branch of Miami I and addressee of >to...1101... ..w" '

Lm., ; Senior C. O. G. Society 6:30 p. of Truth In or holding one per rant or more of utal mP ,
Spiritualist Temple II....... of atork If not ownod b> a -1
t!Intermediate C. O. G. S. in Woman's Club. 410 N. W. Eighth ........ the names and addresses of UM eI

[parsonage 830: p. m. Mid-week avenue. Men's Bible class and ad Individual by a .firm 0.., .company.. must hr or ilvrn other uniporatad 14-11,, ,

[prayer service at 7:30: p. m. Wed- young people's lyceum at 7:15: p. ......m. ha name and .dare.I .* aa
I call M thoM of such Individual mousiest I
m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobsonat k. irlvan) costar bit, se aU-
749: ; lecture-and messages at I"South Dad Publishing Co.. H._t.i4, SUYIMG Ie price wide the
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Fla. Bra Archar Marjorla Leach Archer, i fog
8 p. m. by the Rev. Sada Hobson. 'I B. L. A....... W. i. Van winkle ....... ON a..e..ua.a e/Fro baklwi se
Bemestead- The Rev. Howard w. D. H..". W. D. Homa Co. MiamiLinibar 1 _ilM remarkable caw doable
COMMUNITY MEN'S BIBLE Komaataad. ".. Mary A.Archrr .
c. ;
Ickci, pastor. Sunday school at CLASS I' Bmaraon A....... Key Want, FlaMlnnta .. ads nx Msd Think of Ml
H5: a. nx; preaching at 11 a. m. ....... Florida City Fla. C AHilnai h yes (.. 11 kMMMMNh-alMf. pQ
...,.... Fla. ; T. t. Pawn Miami. GINGER blades aaiform la CjuaUrr. 1
and log ,
7.80 p.in.; N.Y.P. S. and White Stone M. E.Church buildInt Fla. ; ann Popa .._........ Wart Palm 1.I.
Juniors meeting at 8:3/1: / p. m. Sunday at 0:45 a. m. Non- BMrn.. Fla.; Phil Booar. Now York City ALE J fee salt ,,.. You'll weodtrkm
Prayer I. H Ftohar Phoanla. Aria. : I. K. MaaDMiaM such ire blades CM t t
meeting Wednesday; evening -: denominational. International lea- .
Autraollla. Oa.I.
told our.week MOM*.
1M- sons used. Those not attending I That tha kavarn kaadkoldara, mort.luaa .
: *. nod other security koldara ......* 14 PieUk jmiiof It aloe instance
!Pr1.eetoa-J. I w koldlnt I par nest ar mora af totalaiaant sawtsdseutg
Benson, pastor. el .Ngeslled
of ........ mortaaaaa, ar Notre aanrUlaa -
Sunday school at 9:45: ; preaching : arai llf than are aana. aa ......! ....... and chkis *k>H.

|*t 10:4S a. m. and 7.30: p. m. HomesteadPlumbing i I Victor ax Dnamar aatata, A. J. Sekmaekw .j jI This blaJs. Is .......tlc.llpal a
0 B. MrKlnmay
Junior meeting at 630; young I 4. Thai the two pattern %. Halt .-,1I -...... remade banned sad ity
peoPle" meeting at 630.: Prayer sHies the namai of the avnara, aMkkoldna. > _,"' _foe woaderbl l lQt
I sow security .kaldara.. If any, susto FOtI shadsadafaaiea.TevPreb.h i
l meeting Wednesday at ':30 p. m. -: i /. aol aaly. tip net a( atarkkoldara. andMxmrlty
kolaan. aa they appear upon tile "A we lot yourwKfiroms Gte
EPISCOPAL Co. I banks af the generator ... aim laj -I I Ii KIDDIES ....odor ,..., ....... 1.
white the ataekhnlaM ar security "'!doe TooE /
Bt lehn'-s, E.: Second avenue' .,,.m wpm tile kaaka af the aompany aainitua .II w Pre1.h JaeIer/in all Gi/11ftesad
Kluloa.ilia .
1 I ar la any other fiduciary
and Fourth street, Homestead aama of the aaraoi ar aoraaratlon far, Presh rears
liter in charge the Rev. C.I I ', ham such, t...... la acting, la .,_. al...
that The. aid two parurapka. .oontaui
IR-'Talmer; lay reader, Joseph For Plumbing Installations ....._... ...h..I.. arTlaati full
LCauzena. Sunday school at 9:43 and edge and belief a*t. the .1......... k-"I
which kkald
maaltlaaa cower ata
tech Sunday; church services .... _
I waarrty holdrra da not .p aaaaihw
I fourth Sunday at 7.30: p. m. Communion l Septic Tank Constmr. books af tip. oomoany aa trustees hold..1 I
I much aad iarurttlaa la a capacity Other
at 8 a. m. second Sundaylot tion and Service. theta that ot a kaaa flda owner and hit 60PRcBAKruldlon
month; corporate communion UTiant has M W kallarc that aaiKhM
W: Woman's at 10.30 I. ....... aaaariatlon. ..t rporati.>. OW YA a 12 1414,1 Ld
Auxiliary I i
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.boa any lauraat, direct I* ... on Wednesday before fourtfl said Uoeh. ..... or filrMC aararltlal seat .
Sunday BOOTH t, M atatad ky kto
: W. II. BEN Aarnrsu pubiiakMSwan I man Nor I
|a and aahaarikad 'kafart aia ski I .N w..a I Iorwra
EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN I I I 10'! day af Oet IMS.EWT : l. TMaaOasar011 salet.rt pt.01n0 ,
OPPOSITE,r. E. C. DEPOT, N O BALI, Notary ....bU. I {

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Part Twelve THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, October 4, 1935.

: County Judge at IMdo cr.. fl..td., at
the room mothers, who are now sentiment practically! unanimous hi.n.e/ tn Court .
CHILD WELFARE being selected for signing the agreement to curtail BE DECIDED OCT. IS I r7.r1.. Iw tight .= 1.:1a the
Lat year we had a membership acreage. in return for the 10 toM The winners In the name contest = at the rtr.t Awmaids onNh.tb..f: wows SIY Sauce t..4
of ISO," laid Mrs. Dyal" and per cent allotment The national 6f the Homestead Morg store, of c"i., a.r NM :.sail 5.'erwi..it .
allotment la from 88 to 80 Chinnera is at the
this year we will set our goal at which Mr* Trecy mart." fm 'ar ae 1M'l.
:200 We want every home to per cent but Dade County. owing manager, win not be decided until,a'1:1: : ;

OF LOCAL P...T. A. have a membership" to 1U midwinter period of production Oct IS, it was announced ,...LAURA. 1.. as.t7 A.:Clot.IIAII.OII 4. U.16 Ad.I.lotoMriw..U:"'...1.')
TM committee voted to lIve ., was considered as a separate day following the close of
the school piano tuJIe<\ unit and granted special eon- test' 410 UM preceding day Tue"l
Sommers Says Pool Ought cession despite t bitter tight made la order that there may
agdattt this kettle fcy Lee *f tiieHastings on the part of the
80 to 90 Per Onf QuotiFof partaiuy
to Be Tr4 to Bclibol ,
) Pottto Growls Fl*. potato sowing the management has departed
ChildrenThe from previously announced flan
ttvf ptf cent 6r.&& Coun! I and will bate the decision made
projectre homestead (Continued From Pate Ona) Acreage last year .l.tU.been allotj by Miami mea who have no connection I
P.-T. A. this. year will be child Would file protest whefc. the time fed for new growers.-gvS, and In this section H. W. N E rt
welfare, the executive committee same, Cuba and Hawaii would beheld above the total allotted to. oU Edward, pt the WQAM station
decided at a meeting held In UM dbwit to. their proper anot- growarsThe gaff and A. B. Swearlngen, state
clinic room Tuesday forenoon ments. agreemeni which sppll- distributor for Norge products,
Among the (Item mentioned *. All this Information was given to canta for allotments sign a* a re* will act in conjunction with a third I
needing attention besides the welfare the growers ,by members, ot the suit of.the conferences held ib judge to be selected by them. .
work for needy children and Washington delegation Monday afternoon Washington b oil follow: .
the purchase of clinic room equip. at a meeting In the Blue' "Subj< meat wa the school library Goose packing house at Goulds., die,ootato act of leaS during the of IN Fbrld.RE ESTAtt: Ot JOHN J RANLOM, (UcnetatPublic
The Homestead school baa at County Agent Steffanl, presided 1935-J8 bade Countyarming sea- 0.IMdo Cw.tr.. No. ll>4.
1 last a trained librarian, PrincipalL. and he and Mr Chandler were the I ion I agree to limit my potato To All All_adt..a._ Section Last.CwDemands. Dtotrib.WM, and
B. iomm.rs stated, and this ii main speakers, with supplementary acreage and/6r production tot the Aaal..l sold.. .ass Utilitiestio.neetetif
remarks made by Mr. Blake You and .h of ran ate IMoNIor notified
now ont oi the requirements for I season 1833-31 not to exceed my and rp.lnd 6o proem our claim and dw
remaining on the accredited UitWhat and Mr. Cox II potato acreage of the 1934-31 season .wrnta shah run or either*t FIX was.have
laid A of the ," \ the wt.to of J.ha'Io/:: lateMt.ml
the library needs, he canvass growers pres .1..ln./ Dodo County. the
U more of the really good boob
that all children should read. Mn 11 ill I Ill I I I;I I I J 111111 Ill III I Ill I Is I fulij a 111111 1111111111 ill,I I I I I I I I I I I Ill I I I I I I I I il I IIM I I I I I I I I I I I I A I I I I I I I I i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Ill I I I I I I I I I I I I I I;i Ii I I I I I I I I Ili I I I Ill I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I k I I I I;I I:A i I I;I I I I il ill TE I Ill In In I Ill 10

L. L Bow of the municipal library I Golden Key "" Sugar Cteek Creamel'1MILK
baa helped ua generously in UM
put, and we have sorely] needed'
her help," .
Another thing needed now I e Butter
Mr Sommen said, la to let the :
municipal swimming pool,thrown I 1

open out charge to all school and to children have a with com- :310 tall cans 5fCtork tb.prints'c :

petent life guard on duty to give
l tree lemons In swimming" during
the hours that they are out of Any Cut GeorgiaAPPLES .

ichooLMr*. Jane O Neabltt, rIM SteaksGeorgia ;

worker who wad present, Rid first _. SdtUrduU Specials
aid kite and army cote should at .v
once be put In the newly provided I : 5 ibs. - 0:1: 'C Chase end Sanborrt lb. Ilh.---- :tete -
clinic room-a room formerly
used for storage purposes.The .
general membership drive I Dill COFFEE ageTomatoes
will start a week from Monday, Beet :
Mrs E. J. Dyal,the president, said.' Pickles
Before that\ time however former CHUCK ROAST
members should turn In their
dUel (fifty tents) to the membership chairman, Mrs. J W.English, : quarts -- C lb.Ifcc :
to the classroom teachers or to

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