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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: July 24, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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XXIVNO.. 8a HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 24, liKW PRICE FIVE CENTS



SEWER LINES Goulds- Princeton Area "Likely" HARD.\YON\ BEAUTIFICATION

To Get Wilcox Storm Refuge Center I



FOR NEGROES I, Only on storm refuge buildingwill --ell of Homestead, tile Dade County OF ROAD 4.A RESUMED NEARHEREAFTERTDYEARLAPSE

be constructed in South Dade school board several weeks ago

and It will likely be In the Ooulds- voted to sponsor a project for
ecM-ttruclion of a storm refuge
TOBETALKED I Princeton area, county school authorities building on the grounds of the .

I were told this week by; Homestead grammar school in the

Ray W. Sheldon, who has been hope of getting a badly needed

assigned by E.: A. Pynchon state auditorium for local school and --

Property Owners Called WPA administrator, to the Job of community purposes. Traffic Light Installed Crew of 60 Start Work at

to Meeting on Next electing sites for the storm shelters Almost simultaneously a movement At Dangerous Corner Modello on New

Monday Night to be built out of the IBJ8 appropriation was started by the Redland I WPA Project

In the Wilcox bill as District Improvement Associationthat : I. Th traffic light ordered by the I _
passed by congress earlier this I remitted in the county commission's for installation the
8 MILES OBTAINARE I : city at intersection TO .\RUY OUT 1933
yeat recommending to the
of Krome and Flagler '
FOIl $3,500 OUTLAY Mr. Sheldon acid that four Od County planning board a I, where the Oversea Highway avenues PLAN OF PLANTING

room school house would be the project for constructing a hurricane .. begin, was put Into service yesterday 'I

Improvement Liens Pro mOlt likely form the refuge building refuge building on the fairgrounds Tamarind, Acacia, Ma-
In, th* Gould- Princeton "( the association In Red-
posed to Finance area hogany and Ficus Trees..
Spon-.I which
would take. He Mid that project land would also serve ai
sor's I for fitting the Homestead an exposition building. GOULDS ROTES to Be Grouped

T --- I tUdland and other schools of the W. W. Johnston, president of ,
Three mile of sewer at a coat Beautification of State Road 4-
count with term shutter and the Improvement Association, laid
of $34,128 can be laid throughout repairing the roof or bracing the yesterday afternoon that the planning WIN AS DIAMOND A from South Miami to Homestead -

Homestead' negro section If owners wall of school building used ai board that morning had ap- begun by county and CWA

I of abutting property are willIng storm refuge would be approved proved the fair grounds ai a site forces two and a half
years ago
to have a $3,100 cash portion but communities which already for a storm refuge and exposition BALLJESUMES 1 I but suspended when an appropriation

of a sponsor's contribution apportioned have building lUitabl for un at building and would endorse the in the state road department
among them in the form storm shelter would be given no project to the WPA. H* said representatives I budget failed to materialise in

o( Improvement lien consideration In the selection of of the Miami Chamber W. D. Home and Burton cash, wa resumed Monday as a

When this announcement was sites tot the erection of the Wilcox of Commerce, the Miami Teams Bested In Re- Work Progress Administration
made at the regular meeting of
sponsored tructurei.At Beach Chamber of Commerce, the
the city council Monday night by I the request of the city coun- Miami Junior Chamber of Com- opening Friday projectA.. crew et 60 men started the
Councilman( Frank Rue, it was
merce, the Kiwanis Club and the
work at Modclle
Monday morning
Friday night In the first .
voted to Invite property ownersot Greater Miami Hotel Keeper Association diamond
that section to an adjourned MAKE ball game to be played on where a county-owned triangular
FARMERS had appeared before the
I site of four bounded
park acre
meeting of the council In the city planning board In behalf of the the Homestead city field since
June 10 I I, by the highway on the *outhfH Could
defeated
hall next Monday night at t Redland location. W. D.I
o'clock 10..that the opportunitycan DRIVE TODAY ON Horn* Co 6-4, in the A leaue'AM" 'I; and Biscayne drive on the north
be presented to them. Mr*. Nell K. Walker, member and the Rotary Club won III being cleaned off and -canned.
contribution In ot the county school board, said from Burton's rock fence I* being erected at
The sponsor's Department Store
the proposed sewer project totals HIGHLAND RATSTo yesterday that in view of Mr. 11-8, in the B league opener. I I the West boundary as a tire IU"rd. ,

$8,800 but sine the city ditcher Sheldon's remark the Homestead Gould reere4.jmiiMHtn* in tha. The project awed b> (heWPA
r.II
'and 'ottieT'hwttilnery' tsn4'Materl- i lemaHemi>' nT"1T torn stew project WIN>>l el be first ironing. one In the third and I fi W f*, :) IR-JI, -

Spread 40 Bushels Poi applied for She said the plan for another In fourth comprising a federal appropriation -
all owned by the city-can be put 1 tug and staved I I 1
in for credit on this, the actual' soned Spuds on Roads utilizing storm shelters a* supplementary off a last Inning rally by Horne Co. I I of I1J.807 and a sponsor'scontribution
school could be the
employed of $1744 from
cash to be raised I II only a little which netted three run for that
I in Flooded AreaA to advantage In both Red- Dade County commission. It will
team.
nor than half that amount Vihlea hit a homer for the
land and the Goulds Princetonarea Ooulds provide work for tour or five
either
It was pointed out that I boy and Erpenbach hit *
rat extermination party for and she hoped whichever double for month for the crew of 60 composed -
sewerage or a completely newsystem the only extrabasehits
of outdoor toilet would grower In the Highland farming ot these communities ailed to of the ,.me. I almost entirely of Redland
Met section will be held today. Refreshments get a building this year would be District workers under Jack Malt-
havt to be installed in th* Led by Archer Smith, who connected I
In the form of 40 bushels considered when next year* appriatlon ale a* superintendent and Edv nrd
with I
tlon without delay to comply with the ball for a single,
of iweet potatoes mixed with become available, al the hortMnilturlat. Until Friday
state board of health demandsand a double and a homer and scored ,' Roney a* -
poison will be prepared at the F Wilcox bill provide for an annualprol1'1lm three of of Jut week this crew, with
prevent a possible epidemic.City run out three time at
E. C Growers pecking: house in of storm refuge con- the exception of Mr. Roney was
G. C. MeCaskttl bat
Attorney the Rotary Club team scoredin I
I Homestead the and In I I I old
reported that further tnve.UaUonahowed In morning structlon.Th every Inning and overpoweredthe engaged on an project of i

that it wa not possibleto the afternoon several truck will school board already has smaller Burton players, who cleaning out existing drainage Y
divert money appropriated for take the growers and the bait to applied for PWA loan and JI'1IntI I scored five run In the first inning. ditches and digging new ones In
the Highland area, which with the for construction of an auditorium the East Glade area
water department repairs to electric I Hlckson hit a homer and a double ;)
line repair*"In tt*'PWA proj- exception of the road 11 now under in Homestead, Mrs. Waikersald. and Bishop also hit the circuit C. W. Barnes, county park and
for water owing to the recent but hat not received muth encouragement beautification superintendent will
ect now under way rehabilitation for the Rote For the BurtonlteiMistretu
ot the city Utilities.. Therefore heavy rains I to, look forward to hit a horn run and Ernest supervise the project The blueprints
he recommended that "the Rata that escaped drowning are ltd approval. Campbell youngest memberof to be used were mad more

city. go ahead with its scheduled now confined to the roads and the diamond-ball-playing clan than two years ago after conferences
in their present hungry state will' with committee ot ,
repair and replacement to the Pool Committee Asked of that name, hit a triple and a a Joint
city water lines. fall easy prey to the bait which ingle. chamber ot commerce and civic
the will strew temptingly I club worker organized In Homestead -
Mr. McCaskiU reported also growers To Meet This AfternoonA light base on balls off Owen.
that the suit to teat the legality along their runway I (Continued on Pig Eight) at the suggestion of this
of the revenue certificate to be Count/Agent H. Stettin) and meeting ot the swimmingpool II newspaper to work for thebrautiflcatlon -

Issued by the city against the rev- County1 Commissioner H. L. Cook. committee has been called Il'resbyterlansst'tConstruction ot State Road 4-A.

nues of the light and water de- I who got the county to buy the for 4 SO o'clock this afternoon in Tree to be planted Include the

partment a* security for the PWA potatoes for the bait, will act as the chamber of commerce building I of Manse I tamarind Florida mahogany, acacia
i host at the party. All farmersare and Icus varieties. Landscaped
boon with which the Improvements to consider revised plan occasioned I
are being financed along Invited to attend. I by an Increase In the ..ponI Construction of the Presbyterian groupings Instead of sentinel row

with a PWA grant, wa started sor's contribution from IS per cent, manse on N. W. Hth street to planting will be followed within ''I I
Monday In the circuit court. The Lions Ethics I to 20 per cent, and by an IncreaseIn the rear of the church on the 17-tobt strip on each aide of the I.

suit took the form of an. Injunction Discussed at MeetingA the minimum pay for skilled ner of Krome avenue and N.eor-I highway's 68-foot roadway, which
I 16th street, wa begun Includes the 20fooCt'ment road
brought by Wm. M. Bradley talk on the first two point In labor.
(entirely a* a favor to and at the It will be flye-room bungalow and the shoulders and ditche
the Lion code of ethic was m.deb Contrary to''report publishedIn
In the
of concrete block and stucco construction Dedication: of property
expense of the city) to preventthe C. L. Ooley at the meeting of another medium lost week, the
to match the architecture strips for the proposed beautification -
issuance of the revenue certificate the Lion Club of the Redland revised estimate are not lower In the Kin
of the church were obtained
*. District in the Lions Den on Silver than the origins estimate, but I
Th Rev. E. 1. Nelson, pastorof ter of 1833-14 by committee members -
Yesterday Judge Paul D. Barn I Palm drive. The Rev N. Walker higher, owing to the change In II I
Julian H.
'xft the church, who with Mrs. Nelson co-operating with
dismissed the suit In compliance I
will talk on the pointsof regulations, and the committeewill
will the laid Webster, county road and bridge ,:
with PWA requirement, the i occupy manse
the Lions cod at next Tuesdaynight' have to give careful consideration -
suit will fie appealed to the statesupreme meeting. to the question before deciding the house would be completed by II III superintendent and rightofway'solicitor ':
the commission j Ii
after
October. county
court at once. Mr Mo of
\ Captain T. Dinsmor Upton whether or not It can pro-I
Work started last Fridayon had acted favorably on the ,
Casklll said Monday night that Club made was ;
the Miami Beach Lions ceed with the present plan or seek
I final ruling in favor of the city an Impromptu talk supplementing another. two-story colonial type house I request for beautification of the
should be obtained In time tot the the marks of Mr. Ooley. Harley for Mr. and Mr*. L. 1. Chandler highway made by a delegation
I Could It be located just composed of leading citizen in the
city to obtain money tor the contractors R Core K. H. Gallaher and Lawrence Flourisher of Pistol at wj11
I' August IS.Jtepor I mad humorous talk across the road from the residenceof area from Miami to Florida City.
Fop *
I
consider Remodeling of the residence of Harvey W. Jarrett of the Dade
ppolnted to from the Redland club
eommlttt reduced electric rate would Visit the West Palm Beach Earnest Warren, colored, charged Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Jicobsen on I County Federation\ of Women's
consumer, Council Lion Club Friday. O. L. Walter with displaying a pistol and N. W. Third street, Homestead, I* Clubs; Dr. John B. Tower, president

mad R'Arid that Superintend laid that the building and groundscommittee threatening to kill bystander atPerrino proceeding this week. The old of the Redland District
ent Got Ivey bad written off would work on the on July 12 and IS and wood shingle root I II being replaced Chamber of Commerce; W. 0. Tal I

for rat .edules in effect at other club ground Thursday afternoon. It Black Point on July IS, wa with one of galvanized I bott, W. t. Flsk and W. M. Brodie :

taut -pally owned and Privately The secretary wa instructed to committed to J.llin t preliminary shingles. A concrete porch and of the Radiant District Lion *

a"ned plant When fees reply to a letter from a hosiery hearing before Peace Justice Sid I porte cocher were completed last Club; Chas. T. Fuchs. Jr., Mayor !
arrive t1w1U I* studied and mill company asking for Information L, Kendrick In Homestead Tues week. I H. A., Cameron and Dr. J. A

compared with rate in effect irt a* to the inducement available day night I Work on the native rock residence > I Smith of the Homestead Rotary
Homestead. Mr. Ivey's proposal for locating a hosiery mill In Warren wa sentenced to 60 for Dr. and Mr*. J A. i Club; Mayor B. H. Edwards of

t. for a flit rate to quantity eontuav this section. Wilson P. Cash was day in jail on Get t, 1933 for Smith at Krom avenue and N. E: Florida City. Mr B. F Collier ot

j ,en"'** water will also be studied. welcomed ** a new member of possession. of understood fish believed I Ninth street ha reached the plastering the South Dad Garden Club, Mr
I .t that time, M*. slug laid the ehih II to have been dytl3i titd. I Ujft. I (Continued on Page Ellht7M )-

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Page Two THE LEADER Friday, July 24, 193
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boys, Shawaee-Miaskm boy and eel about 10 a. m. Here oil derricks the Homestead-boys finally returned -
Ilf Future Farmers Spend Happy Days Washington boys-was called to a were to be seen everywhere. to their ears and continued "
picnic dinner which had bead pre- There is an oil well on the capitol on toward Dallas They had been I
Kansas Then Visit Texas
Exposition pared by the mothers of the Washington grounds and another on the told that rooms. were quite highIn
boys After the dinner a grounds of the governor's man Dallas and that they could find
cordial short program was given at which sion. He..t.o, the Florida pars accommodations at Lake Dallas
CEOEGK
By N. WAKCFIELDMatter : and each of the Florida '
time the visiting chapters were was struck: by the bustling activity about thirty-five mile north of
i : .f nna.... I boys enjoyed taking a turn at
i F. r. A. sitting at the governor's desk. The welcomed by E. J. Pannbacker. Going In and out of Okla- Dallas. This proved a very nice ",,\
Jt, president of Washington F. F homa City the traffic was worse arrangement Four cabins were
I
party was then escorted throughthe
(Continued from Last Week)
than encountered to that rented In Nick Moore's tourist -1
I senate chamber and house of A. ; C D. ftosenkraiu, president i any up I
In the afternoon a visit WM I .f the Washington Chamber of time. Probably this was due to camp Her the party camped ,
I I representatives and then into tile
mad to tile Chapman Dairy office of J. C. Nobler secretary of Commerce, and L C Rush, president i the narrowness of the road for until it departed for home. .'
when ant can stand In a glassenclosed 1 i I agriculture. Later the party was of the Lion Club and adviser certainly there were more can on I Sunday and Monday June it t
room and watch COWl I#I Introduced to C. M. Miller, director of the Washington FJ.A. During the road at St Louis. But this and 28, were spent inspecting the .It,
being milked. The outstanding t I of vocational education for the program both the:1 Oklahoma traffic was different Centennial at Dallas. Her one t-'.
thing about this daily I* that tM I Kansas Lester B. Pollom, state Mission and Every car was trying to get ahead I could spend several week and
milk never come In contact with supervisor of vocational agriculture presented with key to the city of the one in front It brought to then not see I It at aa Among the
the air in tile It to milked i the mind of the older Floridians I
room. and the state superintendentof Th Homestead boys respondedby 1 exhibit that were of especial Interest
I j from the cow by a mechanical public Instructor presenting Persian limes. the boom days in and around Miami to the Florida party were ,
milker. carried to a glace enclosed And theft came tilt parting the Ford building the federal
cooling machine. and then hottlML: Upon leaving Topeka.. the party the
I Florida had been received by Saturday afternoon Just north building transportation build-
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During the entire pnmi'WS headed toward and Kansas with open arms. Everywhere of the Texas state line and with- leg, the chemical building the
milk doe not come In contact,the home of Kansas State College. Future Farmers, service I out warning the party; ran into General Motors building the Texas -
with human hand The Florida I Here It was greeted by John Dean 1 I clubs and patron had stopped] the most beautiful scenery of the rangers' exhibit, the model .
boy were overjoyed when Mrs. president of the Kansas Association their business In order to enter- entire trip. A sign informed the homes, "Judge Roy Beam's Law
Chapman graciously served Ice I F. F. A., and many of the tain the group from Florida. Har- party it was entering the Arbuck- West of the Pecos" and the Gulf
I cream, cake and pint of pure, heads of departments of Kansas old D. Carver members of Shl_ I* mountains. The road dipped Oil broadcasting studios. The
fresh milk I State College After a very hasty nee-Mlsslon Chapter and agriculture I down Into a little valley and ran lighting system and decorations
\ Wednesday evening at 'T.ID the lunch the party was conducted ov- teacher from over the state I along a stream for several hun throughout the fair grounds were
Florida party was entertained brJ' er the experiment station grounds had planned far In advance for dred yard Here a tourist camp In themselves a lesson In modern
Shawnee Minion Chapter atbanquet a and late In the afternoon enjoyeda the entertainment of this groupof I had been built and the stream
on the roof garden of Hotel I bountiful picnic supper prepared Florida Future Farmers, and I dammed. Diving tower and art.Three week on the road i* along
J' Ambassador This probably by the mothers and members of their plans had been carried out I spring board acquainted the boy time and a party of 23 can
Manhattan Chapter, F F. A. That
was the high light of the two days Welcome flags were to be seen with the fact that here was a spend a lot of money. It wa
pent around Kansas City. H. D. night the boys slept in the gymnaalum everywhere in Washington and Innumerous I swimming pool and picnic ground. these two factor that caused the
Carver adviser of the Shawnee- { of Kansas State College way every community I Had It not been that the party was Florida party to cut short it* vis-
Mission Chapter acted as toastmaster '| and the next morning after breakfast visited by the Florida boys Indicated I desirous of getting located near It afthe Centennial and head for
and handled the Job with they again started on their real welcome. But the tint: Dallas before night it certainly home by the shortest route. Butit
distinction. Many prominent 1; tour. had arrived when the Floridians I would have stopped for a swim. could not pass up an'opportunity
people from Kansas City and surrounding 1 The first stop Friday morning with their memories of wonderful I Just beyond the swimming ,pool : of Malting the state capital at
: communities were pret-| was at Linn. Kan. where the agricultur times must part from their made. Who could resist? A parkIng Baton Rouge and the French section
ent and added their welcome toT {i teacher and his wife new friends. Surely Florida can place had been made right on at New Orleans '1,
that already given by Shawnee- served lemonade after which the look forward to visits from many I I the edge of a steep cliff. Looking From New Orleans the route ,'
Mission Chapter. John Fredrick party visited Wilbert Dultsman. Kansas people for each of these on down Into the valley one gazed led along the Gulf coast through I}
delivered the speech lie gave In one of the outstanding Future 26 Floridians Issued Invitations I I j Ion. never-to-be-forgottten scene. Biloxi, Mobile Panama City, Ape '
the Florida public speaking con- Farmers of Kansas. The next stop everywhere he went And the!1 I At one end of the ravine wa Tur- alachleola and Tallahassee. The ;i j,
test and the Homestead string was at Washington. Kan. After Homestead Future Farmers feel ner Falls, and from there windIng party Intended to return to Homestead ,;
I' spending a short time Inspecting f In and out down to the tourist :
band played several numbers. The that should the opportunity again by way of the Tamiaml I;
Homestead Chapter presented the the school shop, the party which arise they could entertain their camp, was a beautiful little Trail but news of the flood around \
Shawnee-Mlaalon boys and their by this time Included a number of guests in a more hospitable man- I stream. Bonita Springs caused a chauga l
u special guests with Persian lima can from Washington, Journeyed ner. The Shswnee-Misslon boyi The mountain Itself\ wa not In the plan Therefore, upon leaving -
during the banquet out to the home of Paul Leek, Star had to return to their W"o"lt" inMenlam. I I high even in the experience of; Tallahassee the Future Farmers -
I Early Thursday morning, June American Farmer for 1935. Each I II Mr Carver, a these flat-wood Future Farmers. headed over to Daytona Beach
25 the Florida boys and many of year the national organization ofF full week at summer school in order ,I But It Is doubtful If this group where they spent the night, and
their hosts from Shawnee-Misslon I F. A. select the outstanding to entertain the Florida group,I: was ever before so aweinspiredfrom the next day, Friday, July J, they
I Chapter, as well aa Mr. and Mrs. Future Farmer. for that year. This I started on his way to Colorado sheer beauty. Across Tur- reached home about 6 o'clock.
/' J. W England and Mr. and Mrs. boy received a prize of one thousand And the Florida boys, proceeding ner Fall and the little river some They had been gone II day and
H. IX Carver, act out for Lawrence dollars and the title of Star with their tour headed their cars I I four or five hundred yards, the had traveled approximately 8,000
Kan. The Jayhawk (Lawrence American Farmer Paul Leek was toward Dallas Texas mountain rose quite abruptly to mile
I I ) r. r. A. chapter entertained Just an ordinary farm boy with 1 The day the Florida party I a point about level with the spot (THE END)
the Florida and Shawnee-Mla perhaps leas than ordinary opportunities reached Kansas City: the where the party stood.
alon group at breakfast In the University However he had taken I l ture was somewhere tempera-I I Although they hated to leave. DAD THB WAJtf' ADSRemodelRepair
I of Kansas cafeteria. Besides advantage of the opportunities at degrees. It was so cool
several members of the Jay-j his disposal and built up a fanning of the party need .
hawk Chapter and their adviser, project that was certainly out- Th next two ltd ,.of somewhat -I
this party was greeted by Dean standing. He had projects beef warmer and the last dayj i
Paul Lawson of the University of cattle poultry, sheep, turkeys, quite warm. About the time the
Kansas the mayor of Lawrenceand corn and wheat He was practically I party left Washington, the temperature
the president of the chamber running the farm and had was 10Jdegree: *. This
of commerce. During the short I I built a farm shop, Installed running seemed Incredible butbefore
program In connection with the water and electric pump and I night of that same day the temperature -!
breakfast the Florida bon were many farm conveniences, The rose to 112 degree H
presented with plaster Jayhawks Florida boys were really Impressed .1 This was a new experience for
which are the symbol of that with the outstanding program: most of the Homestead-boys. It--
chapter. However, the adviser of the road began to rid and curve made them realize what wonderful -
Jaybawk Chapter offered a prizeof In a manner typical of mountainous climate they have at bom
one thousand dollars to any boy ous country. It was Just a few, Most anyone of the party will tell
from Florida who could find a minute*.until the leading car came I you he had a wonderful trip and
bird in Kansas that looked like the I out on top of the mountain, and that he is ready to go again. Butt
Jayhawks which were presented. the occupant on looking down at day, Friday, June 28, you
After a very enjoyable tour of could see other ear In the caravan could not have sold them the entire -
the U of K. campus, the travelers' Just beginning the climb. state of Kansas for 25 cents.
embarked on another leg of their And at this point a atop was I Since the weather was so hot
tour through the state of Kansas, of this Future Farmer and his apparent the party decided to drive until 0
They reached Topeka, the state sincerity. I or 10 o'clock Friday nl.hTbiI
f, capital, shortly after 10 a. m and After the visit to the home of enabled it to reach the Oklahomaline
were escorted through the capitol Paul Leek the boy were conducted and soon after it stopped In
building. It had been arrangedfor to a park where they were invited a school yard and blankets were I
the group to meet Governor to swim The day was quite spread for the night j
Landon but he had departed on I '11'11'11.nd they took advantage of Saturday was another hot day ALL national signs point to the biggest
his vacation Just a day or so be- this opportunity.' Soon after the but not nearly a* hot a* the day
fore. However, his secretary was I swim the entire party-Florida'. before Oklahoma City: was reach- building, remodeling and home modernizing
year that this country has ever /'

seen. We suggest an early start for all

those planning construction of any kind.

Let us assist you with your building or

New Stock of Fall SeedJust remodeling plans.Materials.


of all .kinds

ArrivedWe

TF IT Is lumber wa 'have it In plywood, veneer,
1 panel, sash, doors, mlUwork ;moulding, lath, framing
and finish If it i* composition materials, wallboard
have a New Stock of Tomato Pepper. Cabbage and other Vegetable asphalt shingles tile, sand, lime or cement, her
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you will find them Use our plan book No cost
to you Let us make estimate on materials and labor
Seed for Fall Planting We also have Redland Brand Fertilizers for
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Friday. July 2t., 1S86 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pate Three


I Brooker Forced to July ScheduleJuly QIIl111IlIIIIIIII! Iil1! !' Robert O. Cameron Die* Baptist Groups to Hold

Extra Inning to 14-Rotary m Rustic Inn; 'I At Home in Sarasota District Rally TuesdayAn
Home vs. Brooker. -

Whip Goulds 6-4 July 27 Burton vs. Tavern 20 Years Robert O. on.'son of Mr. all day district rally will beheld
and Mrs, H. A. Cameron of
this
Stare; Otiulds '". Cloninger. by the ralsstooaxy societies of
July 29 Tavern Store vs. Rustic I city, died at Us home In Sarasota the Baptist churches of Key West

Burton Climbs Over Rus- Inn; Cloninger vs. Brooker. Friday shortly after his parents 'Homestead Princeton and Prrrtno
arrived at .his be eh I cle. Hewas
July SI Burton vs. Rotary In the Homestead Churchon
; Baptist
tic Inn The falUnriajf IteM are to
!
to Tune of Goulds vs. Horne. Insists from ah. ft al11 i 39 years old. Burial was In Tuesday July :38, announces
10 to 1 Aug. 1 Rotary vs. Tavern Baaararba aataallakt 1 ..... Manasota. Cemetery at Saraaota Mrs. Frank Irwin. district super-
the Swab Flerwa -
r Mr. Cameron well known In
Store; Horn vs. Cloninger was intendent.

Brooker Lumber Co. bad to fan Aug. t Burton vs. Rustic Inn; Homestead to which he came with The Rev J. C. Sims of the Riverside -
July 20 1916 hit parents in 1920 from Mont-
exits inning to win '-4 In a Gould vs. Brooker. Baptist Church In Miami
clair N. J. He was I teller In the
diamond ball Same against Gould -"Ceo. Fuller spent and Mrs W. F Brown, presidentof
I First National Bank of Miami for
Wednesday night Goulds cored Miami. George Is a swell the Miami W. M. U.. will be I
a and from 1925 to 1929
The year was
two runt in the sixth inning and Standings -The Florida City the principal speakers. and assocIational -
associated with his father In tn*
two In the seventh to tie the score A League pears to be out of service real estate brokerage business in'' chairmen will give reports

after Brooker had scored one In Team W L M repairs, etc." Homestead. In 1930 he accepteda .

the tint, another In the third and Brooker ___ 8 I .Jail -"Mr. and Mrs G. W. position with a New York stockbroker A covered dish luncheon will bserved !

two In the alxth. Goulds ___ C t .800 nounce the engagement as an expert In U S. fovmment at 12 o'clock.

Barrow. Brooker shortstop, copped Clonlner ._____. .. 4 4 .500 ,daughter, Miss Nellie, to | bonds, and he and Mrs The leaders have prepared n
the slugging honors for the Home __.__ ? 1 .S Jll Thomas V.nn.1Ct7 West" j I Cameron and their daughter had Interesting program Mid Mr Irwin -
night with two homers, one In the -"O. S. Strickland Is I made their home in Laurelton L. and they hop all members: i
third inning and another in the B LeagueTeam new veranda on his home I., until two months ago when they will be present i
W L Pd.Rotal'7 "
fixth. town. moved to Sarasota because of Mr.Cameron's .
__.___ ..____. 6 2 .650 I Itt Bw \
"T. A.
Burton'a Campbell health. ,
Department -
Store defeated Tavern Store ....... _. 1 a ..::10
Rustic Inn of Matecumbe. week for a trip through He is survived by his wife. Mrs
Burton's _.....___ 16 .333
10-1, with McDaniel leading the ern part of the state and Frances Cameron and his daughter GROVE i
Rustic Inn __.__._. S 433
"
hitting orgy of 12 hlta with two he U glad to get home. Grace who will continue to
doublet and I alngle. Little held -"J. M. Martin la the I make their home In Sarasota: THEATRE
the key player; to five hits and Inn affi kaisers'11_N.lanaj.T. hi I Mbain 1.11.0.1 'sessor of a son, John. Jr., refresh'I three sisters Mrs R C. Ward of COCONUT GROVE t

allowed only one bane on balla.aatb Uajplraai* Bow* ai>4 BakkarbCtoalnaar rived last Saturday night. Miami, Mrs T. W. Cooper ot Shews 7 sad 9 Adatlsslea 15,
I "Station Agent KIln, Sarasota and Miss Virginia Cameron Mallaee Sat. sad San. tfI
h. d. a Bartoa-a abet .h. k Haraja sad a go on his vacation about of New York City; and his 1
Them_ 10 I,Rut Ik Ik _. ,I
4 a 4' B setsit S 4 S FloW 4 e e U a.r.
Cary Ik .._ I I 1 U. Bishop r 1 a Bwlllar 1b... S I I Cam Ik 0 I of August""A parents.Miss .
Vltoa .1. I S ICaaaterillk 4 Haltaaa rf S 4 I O. IVa'.II II' I petition In the I Cameron flew down from I II ;
: : MOM.Richard .
miu i a o MutMM a i Brow Sk. S S I'll.' O... It. 1 I I SUN.
Cart. Ik I a Little 4 R. Kokrar Mill Matkla sf .... 4rraiKk e Garfunkel. signed by I New York to be at the bedside of
La'a'II Ik ITaylor t 1 the Council Edward I I her brother and is expected to I Dix
B KuH.ll Ik t a M. Bkkoa, e | lb- S I 'Hakta ._ 4 a a
s M ._ I e t;w.N rf .. 4 I J Byant.-.4 4 I Eaala .. rf SCloalnsar I I about twenty-five arrive Sunday to spend the days
9 per... I I I,HtaoMl. if.. I 0 << p I I Thcaua, ., If ... I 0iwa.w and residents asking with her parents, who returned! "DEVIL'SSQUADRON"

I _ioir*" rf. ..a a .!' p t .! .!.. pletion of the plan of the ''from Sarasota Tuesday. I II 1TIJL

I Totals _-u 1 | Touts .... Umm itBootle Total ....._to I II Total ....A. 'IIt' station so that waiting

I ins .. .. I. . would be provided, has a I
bassos'. .._"_ I I 1 d 1 1 a10i e-.1 ::: .....::-....="---t:: :.it0 : : 101- : to the officers of the ;I I menu nuking the Joe party Roberts enjoyable helped by lit :. WED. I

( c....,. Carter. McDanM. Stroh wlllar.. t. 'R 1Ioh...... Brrant and it Is believed It will singing two or three good songs. Paul Cavanagh
Two ..... bibs 11.0...... Campbell, Cavaa. 0. Campaall. II Caawtell. t. upon favorably." (Florida
koaM ranai Llltla! atoln bawl ..co... Two baaa kllat .. Rakrarl tkraa bow The guests were Miss Margaret
fcl, donate tiara, Little to Bbko. .. bib Ennia kaaa mi kalla, sit. Ckwlii.t Robertson Elite Culpepper, Frie "CIIADIPAGNECIIARLEY" ,
tampkalj, Blonde McUanMi kaaa aa I. w._, tl atnrk out. br: Cbnlii. July J7,1916 'I
fcallai' off*|.HUa,.t Plaaar. SI itruek MUnplmt ,, .... S. Bnnla. 11 i klta off gala S la 4 da Garfunkel, Lorraine Oartunkel
Little. O 1..1.... off Watson la I 1ta.1.... loa.ln -The Sykes packing Rosalind Garfunkel, Meuers Joe I
Rom aR.kb.M. PnnliUaiplmi II
, 1 :plutar. R.lcWrt aU Itowa. chased recently by W. D. Roberta, William Mead, Merlx I

area]. ak t k Caalaa ak t a collapsed Wednesday at Oarfunkel, J M. Cormack, Jr, THURS. FRL
Rlmi M .? S i amalaa lb. t 0 no one was hurt. The Clarence Sheffield, Ivan Lowe and i
Borrow M ... S I I minor to .. 4 1 I Allen West Is IncitedTo Melvyn Douglas I
Harrla Ik ._ 4 I llRMunlK* a I I will be rebyllt".M Homer McKay. I
Bruokar Ik 4 1 lloaono H I I I Conduct Revival i s It. Rosalyn and Chubby Hunter has the carcase Mary Astor
..... t
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entertained of the six-foot alligator the
Becker a
)/.m. 411 BMkarta at 1-0 0
MrCW'k161 0 IVIklaa It ... S S 0 The First Baptist Church has young people at their boys killed near the swimming "And So They
'
Wraa rf S S I StaaK Ik .. 1
lull".. n' I I'Eu* rf .. i IjOxawaa 1 0 voted to ask Allen West to conduct Thursday evening, being pool last week. Alligators are a j

rf I ..I !1 a revival during the week of in this entertainment b harmless proposition here, no one Were Married"

TOWN .._.M- -e -t' T..... .. .t o H'Brookar 0' September 6 to 12, the week in Becker and two brothers, having' been Injured by one lo-

__ 'I which the church was organized and Lawrence. Several cally. The alligator Is very shy SAT ONLY
Oou... ... o.10100101-. eoi0a-t 1 17 years ago. were played on piano and and hides himself as soon as he Charles Starrett I
The church voted also to Join followed by dancing and is discovered"
Error i MtCanifekTiro ;
kaaa bin, Tkonaa. lank, throe In the association wide revival "STAMPEDE"Z7oaft01DA
kaaa hits I i Brookar: home nina! Barrow, 1anUa. simultaneous campaign which begins I
aaaaii, Morris bar :
kaHa. afl
: oa
Tkoaiaa. 7. .....na. I: ._h ..... bjt Nov. 11B.Y.P.U.
Thomson, 7' Moses. 0. '
Umpires Beichert and ao-.
Group to Hold Announcing the Reopeningof

Cloninger Pounds General Meeting Sunday Mrs. Joiner'sSEMINOLE f, ; I


Home Pitchers The senior Intermediate and t tD

junior branches of the Baptist I

For 9-6 VictoryRotes Young People's Union will have a DINING ROOM I

general meeting In the church at \
7 o'clock Sunday night when the I

Are Swamped by senior group will have charge of (Connected with Hotel Seminole)

Tavern Store in the program 1
Opener In the absence of the director,

Monday Night AIvahfTaylor the president of the HOMESTEAD FLA. Ijllb

senior union. Miss Virginia Hodge,
Cloninger Packing' Cov pounded will have charge of the program 4 ;
two W. D. Home Co. pitchers for General meeting will be held I Q a l l9 to

IS hits, to win 9-6 Monday night each month with different unions -e-

in the A diamond ball league con- having charge of the; program.Everyone i ,

test played on the municipal field U invited to attend. W lRU

J. B. Cloninger. pitching for the Good home cooking for I an Ill
Florida City team scattered the ATTEND M. E. MEETINGA : II I

11 hit which Home obtained. number of the -members- ot and w to
home people
i
Tavern, Store of Tavernier the Senior League of the Homestead .
swamped the Club Methodist Church
Rotary leading attendedthe
( .. B league team 9-2, In the opener. monthly district meeting of plenty of It.

Hlckson hit I home run in the the union at Hollenun Park Methodist -
,f'' seventh Inning which also scored Church last night, when the step, me,

Doc Berger, who had just obtained Homestead president Garland

his third bit of the season I sin Wynn, was In charge. fIote11'atdclaII'
'/- 'gle.

S. *, JERKINS: IS BfRItD S. II, SECOND AVENUE E
Solari d p b Unsettles ., p is Surveys MapsA.
B4.M she H. Rea.il e Samuel R. Jerkins W.PA worker -
: : :: : II 1
A.dn.o. Sr Robwm an. who dlltd June 28 in Homestead All Outside Rooms with
Oa..n rf 1 I I'll-tow Ito 4 I 1
i
Isis P4d., 1 was buried In Kendall Saturday R. LIVINGSTON
=: : t I : : Private Bath
y .' of ..: Norwoad M/ The Rev. C. N. Walker
Hkk.on II t 1 1.-_ .f 4 t
:!! NotU a ...._ I 0 IS...K.nataIa 1alt..p pastor of the Homestead Baptist REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER COOL CLEAN, QUIET t
'IJ. ... p 1 '0 1 McCloud r- Church conducted service at the
>1.-> _.. 1 Daniel.
a 0 u fl' Registered Land SurveyorBOX
t;;; grave, and the Turner Funeral Overlooking Blseaine Bay
_IAIkI7If _
la of interment.
Toth .-....t1 : I ,.... .._ 9 tlRaary Home was charge MS HOMESTEAD nA.HARRY'S i
( Two Blocks to Shops,

Iot' :.:- ..: : r .S S .t- : NEWT G. BALL Theatre and Business

p Eno.., Bishop .. Aadvnaii, Soo mats,
smith, 5.,..,, Missions drill, Man, "IfotarJ .bile Section$1.50jinle$2.50dooble
aloatv. afelmiJa, 6 iMafeUT I' WELDING SHOP
a kfu. Ouaanaa HoaM tuna ruts vrSt'RANCC ANDP4BRED
f Inaba. i 'tales boar,. Finder, doable RATES
lam Hfebaaa to Smith RoWrta .. ..... $ LOa J'UXCETON, FLA.iHHable .
# k.iaa>, tor? aai hot.., off IMaaa. t, Sla.aara .
I: .. tot Finder S Sift M H. Km** ape,
..."',. 1: .t..bdtt N.-. 4 ,. .11 Ia. I kettle and AeelyleM Welding en Cylinder Storks

I Cytta4er.... Ahunlaua Castings mad Bellers.Aartesaellve Special rasally. Weekly a4MeoUlf

EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING MacUa DIrtq-c&1ertat U ganges .1st aaalaiearlac Bate*

( peering aad allfa4 reasnlac, ee.a.ethg red Sassing.
HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP' aal belting am4 eyttasUr MtIaI. S. D. MsCBKAKT. rreavtaiarI

1LD.'coaasN-rr-l'o: '

1e if. F'es.i Arwae: 1ljMi t/N : EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED l'

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( Page Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, July 24. 1i3G {, ,

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THE THELEADER-LMERFRIS "Tune up Before You Tour" to Insure r THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNEr'lIT \, \

I

Published, FUu, fcy Fridays Uw Benin at Htrad Dad****- Making Motor Trip a Pleasure Trip MM. u u now, UBRJUUAMUBIABT _

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Publlablag f.- -- :,
By Q W. MOOD Shock absorber always are sub 1- .or/** of hard tree* it I II not only diverted ..,

PEN ARCHER __ ___ _Miter jected to severe UM on a vacation ." WtdMHlu TkiuM., M p.TWdv se upward but It I* checked and
National ftervb Dtraetee trip over strung road and should frUwi. MB. n. l f. "". divided by every twig and branch "'A
'
Chevrolet motor Ce. sawed .. a. M l4 M s. Sfci ,.. n ..
Entered I' accord ..... Pull be adjusted before the departure I/, Dr. Gifford give a list of about

Matter HUrrij {. I,lt, at the pest Million of motorists will take For some strange reason, vacation -: fifty tree and other plants yielding -
'
i, Aloe at 21 .stead, Flerld,tender to the open road this summer for motorist art always greatly : If you an Interested In the oil*, line woods. medicine,

OM Id *f March f. 117*. vacation trip Some will start surprised to find that cars that .Work Progress Administrationyou food and fibre Do you know
with no preliminary preparationof have seemed all right at home I! will be Interested In this "Re the Plthecoloblum gaudaloupens

o. their can: other will make "heat up" a* soon II they get on port on the Work Program" Is I native shrub which aometlme
SUB. PRIM n." A TEAR: sure beforehand that an I* well the open road. They which has Just been received at reaches tree proportion and 1* "

mechanically The chance of enjoying looked the tact that ha"I I the library.. Dated March 18, 1936, the first bard wood to appear lathe

Interested In Nip' a 100 per cent pleasurable run and the heavier the pull, the It la probably aa Inclusive aa any pine wood and mark the
Rotary tour are strongly with those who more heal the engine develop, information available On hundred beginning of the transition from '

Universal Language carefully groom their car for the and that the cooling system that I six page of information, pine wood to hammock condl

universal Ia.- trip. la fact, tune up before :you was good enough for runs to the fact' figure and maps, and all lions Do you know Miami II from '.,
Intern ta a new tour" i* advice that It followed well Indexed. There i the Caluaa
constructed by the office and the country club may a preface Mayalml meaning
gunge being LanguageAssociation will do more than any other one not be up to the Job of carryingoff I which tell you more than MOO 'big lake?" And that on one map

International for Auxiliary throughout the I thing to make a motor trip a'realpleaaure several time aa much heat on 000 person were employed under It I* called "Rl* Ratones," mean.

UM at the convention trip.. a long climb In the mountain the Work Program by the tint Ing the "River of Rats'"
world keen
of Rotary, was International bold in i Many driven who use their car To function properly, the cooling of March 1B3(. The program Poems What do you know about Black ,

Atlantic City last month, accordIng dally for only a few mile In their system must allow free circulation to cover every activity, occupation -: Caesar and Caesar's Creek May r,

to the Atlantic City Pm. regular routine with never any of the water which call for e vocation or avocation. Sorrywe I be you have read "Black Caesar,:..
trouble do not realize that a car clean radiator and good rubber cannot lend you t"report.. Clan" '
by Tertaune, but It will '.
Dr. Walter D:. Mead of Mont that seem to work well In the
connections, with renewed or We have but the one copy and It stand re-reading This' Caesar
wa
bitr, N. J., a leader of the new city be quite unfit to undertake
may -
tightened pump pack In.. Highly mutt be kept in the library for a black pirate and in the Pirate .-
language movement explain : Jon-distance t trip, Little
Important too U the proper adJustment paterenc Who* Who" la
had been In the count 01 represented M
42 that it Fault that need correction remain
ten and thapreliminary of the fan belt, which No one write or talk more interestingly Blackbeard right hind man, .;;
for
construction yean unnoticed through, month of or!
on long fut run must carry a of Florida
than Dr '
offering ot the new Plenty of interesting thing,
a dlnery driving: when the car II
far greater load than In city drlv- John
Olfford professor of tropi- factual
and
legendary, are
broughtto
tongue would be submitted to the suddenly called upon to work at
hence I ing. cal forestry at Miami University your notice by Dr. Gifford In "'
public about three yean tall power over long period, these I
<
Incidentally, bodies that seem Just now I Ie I good time to read this pamphlet Floridan Key '
: ,
fault
We already have several auxiliary little may develop Into
dead client boulevards of- his bulletin. Tlortdan Key, with
on city With Special Reference to Sun .
be Mid, "bu e er fault that detract ble-I
,
language
"reveal an astounding varietyuiliAalra Special Reference to Soil] Productivity I Productivity"
scientific Oft torn the fun of motoring I
I is Quite
none of then n' and rattles when thecar H. elves a Hit ",f fruits
<< suitable for use everywhere He Both safety and pleasure are .t ';;;j ,-et.-going--1t--aii add :,;ci..thirti that have-been or
declared that the new language Stake when vacationists start out N* Hurry .
a lot to the vacationist happinessif can be grown on the Key In
would do away with the English without having their ear Inspected Meek Voice over the telephone:
down
he will have the body belt reading this list do not become '
which the French and Its fault corrected The principal 'Doctor ttii I Mr.
:
sound of "th. Henpeck. My
tightened, door hinges and catches all excited when you discover
can not handle, and the French safety Item, of course are the ; wife Just dislocated her jaw U
tightened and oiled and Lycopersicum escutentum
.
{ .V which roll off English tongue rakes and steering--and In moat made everything be the you're over this way next week
snug may grown on Keys a* on
In garbled fashion case simple adjustment are all the mainland of or the week after, you might drop
It i
Florida -
that they require Good tire are There will be more motor tourIng ."
in
and her Th Nor'west
Aa a concession to the telephone nothing new In the tropical see *
plant
this than ever before
required for both and year
safety pica
t and radio, the hitting found of the And there will be a lot of plea- life; it I* your old friend, the tomato Tinner
iur* AU light should have good
will be dropped. Dr.
letter "
j bulbs, and headlight beams must sure for million of
Mewl quoted telephone engineer for the tourll'---I' Be to read the 'J
the sound of "a" la never i be properly adjusted. New windshield pecially sure paragraphon "Laugh that off Mid the fat
un saying .that wiper blade are not costly) fully groom their car for the trip planting shelter belt. Do you man'* wife a* she sewed his vest i
telephone-
I the heard listener. over own a mind fill in I but are of much value when need before they tart I-know when---wind strike-a forest button on with a wire. ,-Ex.f ':r
-- -
-
;, the gap, unconsciously" I ed.For
comfort and
uninterrupted
"The new language he Bald pleasure everything should be LRIDar' 6I 1'' awrlrper'
and will have sounds -
common
muat
done that will guarantee continuous -
I} to all people Alao It will travel without enforced halt
far the numerous -
utltlM, aa aa possible
A motor tune-up i* one of the
words that sound almost!
wit of precautionary measure 4
t, alike In numerous mother tongues, The battery should be checked
the father' in English,
such aa
carefully and the generator clutrg
Dutch and the *vater -
the fader In
Ing rate adjusted for long distance
In German running at aood.pae4. A complete -

Dr Mead, who It chief of Rotary change of lubricant in crank

International vocation *I ease. transmission and rear axle

committee, expressed hope )hat .* recommended and of course a
thin organization would be the vehicle thorough greasing of the chassis
of spreading the new tongue
when It In completed. He added
very Eaeewaclngttn
that M. Morris American
Dave
a city office the following encouraging -
and his
j ambassador to Belgium
notice to ambitious
wife were financing the research, I,
which Includei a study of the young employee I II on view
economic psychological aapeits "Work hard for eight hour a
day and don't then In time
worry;
various ,
of the' people M
i ; you may become a boN and work
well i aa their speech.
\I hours a day and have all the,
Rotary i i. an agency for pence, worry"Edinburgh Bulletin.
Dr. Mead went ony "and sole common

unaersunoing The best wayto A reader hands in this story

have common understanding" la lipped and marked only Ex*
to leave common paech. After advised
ch.nu": bring by
Ii her pupils that Mr. Roosevelt -

i I MARVELOUS BIRD FLIGHTS gives u* our food and clothing rl y

the Sunday school teacher tried
!
:, Especially Interesting at thla another angle' and asked her class

\ e*n, whep million of migratory of small boy It they knew who

., birds are moving northward gives u* the air we breathe and \
i* the following bit Information the water we drink. Up bounced 3.

bowl the ceasing night made by pious little Johnny to answer "the is i 3t
some species, aa given by T. Gilbert -
Lord"-when the loyal little ladback ... : :
Pearson, president of the National of him jerked him down by -we Jed

Association of Audubon Societies the tall and hissed, "Shut up, '
In the Progressive Farmer: 7JS tr \ ,
you lousy Republican. -Arced
"Admiral Peary once told me Ian. ? w........,, tgd9dwgrta ti I 7I< ,LtNr7fl/. '? p,

'I that he found the neat of a apeI

ek of bird on the shores of Thompson wa the proud father .. ,

Elltxmere Land where It dip Into I of fourteen children. He took AtdWllM..ueucrAi. '.

, the Arctic Ocean lust 4JO mile them ta the seashore for s week- ..,.. 4 I A1I

from the North Pole. On of these .nd. They cot their ticket: at the e.tW>>ifN$

I I I WM the east of the Arctic ten. station and were about ta board I'AST ART IASV"6AJ1I4UJ1

\ Arctic tents breed' on the Atlantic the Iran when policeman collared CMAU i.'! ..1,1fUTS

Ocean In the United State and Thompson. Q! 7'N6t "' ...
''rj' ,
Canada and erect the ocean to I "What have you been doing .
Europe and then, pawing down the officer InQuired. / J"

1 the touts ot Africa, they reach! "MT Nothing: --Why?" stammered '

the Antarctic poor Thompson.

"But to my mind tile mottmaijiui The policeman waved bit club .j

a flight taken by any North toward the Thompson family \ .. '
American bird I* that of the little Then why the dickens' I* that "':t

traders rubthNatedUlUlln the Gulf of Mexico, bird.twiceyear It I-Ix crowd, following you?" be asked. f CCS M elaborate ,.t:. the famooa Binglinz .( tile greatest attn ti na Not only la Florida! ; ,

. a flying each Wr.over water : Kwena la bail arou4 a tremendous court but tilt V'tftt South rf .

for fully 600 mile*.-and the A rich aunt lent five pounds to .f vjBiunul beauty. Terraced gardaaa ruflaettaf' NO flower in fcmtlMni HorUU' I* Pan eemmoa; .f

'I' bird weigh only a tenth of an McPherson and asked him to lend pool, flower and ran statuary all combine to or DIOrIltrildll' do ant UIaa tilt RIMS .

ounce" his twin sons aged ten, for a ton U Inspiring atmosphere of artistic splendor. A treat many varieties *f this beautiful 40.. r

. week holiday, M she had never :rile mal/nifesst structure contains the !argi an to b* found in "Tarien part of the flat .!

lit year, consumer of the met them.A private collection .f Rebus ** earth. Paintings Among O* most prominent ere the white, M- ."t

', United State eat somewhere near sew day later a lad presented by GalnafcerMgh, KeJnbraaJt Van Dyke Ytlta.jite sea pink and crimson, ilagl* u4 double*, all1ef.

1M billion pound of food use ever himself at her home and with him mad Many ether natty grace the spacious which grew t. great nwfwloo.. It i* late '

I M blllwn boar feet of lumber came I not which read: tallMe A meet remarkable collection *f tenlp.UM Ur to know that the Hiblwa U related to The .<
i and purchase wound two pad a "Dear Agnes, her I Ia young Donald treason lave bees attoa,.f. till
aati vi and thr art eemmerc* and also the okra plaa ;
.
ball billion pound of, cotton and one of the twin The other
gathered her* frrat all ever thl..w. It i* one being mambers of the UtUtnt family >
wou) materials, i Is I exactly the some, -Ex. ,d

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1' : land' son, Milton, returned nand,i w/lO... IS yean eU. t*older, prepare

!evening from BKitfingtoa, a. I II C.. a milk dlah. SERMON TOPICS

I where they have been for seven .1I' Lou BoOe (tea Game OreuneC -... .. .
In and Ground 'weeks I who were bstesse thai week saw
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCIIlady
, :; I' : a domoiuttttton on hew to make
Mrs. Frits Schroeder and |" eggnog They served linseeds and II MoradBg .....0111
.; children: returned Sunday from cookie The AorautlBf'! evening ..,-
: Homestead I visit with Mrs. Schroedef slat. Annabeil Redd gave an Interesting MOM -U Christ alai Failed."

', at Hobe Sound. .1 talk on self improvementThose I
CHRISTIAN gciENct: CHURCHJuly
I present were:: Mrs. Carl
I J. B. Russell returned Tu.adq.. son, Geraldine Myree. Mildred |g Lesse Vrmoa
fill
'f! Mr. and Mr P. J. Franklin pliD performed Wednesday at Jl boftj from a trip to Lancaster Pt, Je-I Reams, Rachel and Eloise Goes- I topic: "Tmlh".

.. .1'<' to leave Sunday for Rendered Memorial hospital where she la in troll Mich. and Syracuse, N. Y'I man Thelma Radford. Mildred
!\if\ ;J. vllle N. C., where they wW .pend the Bunt' training school Field, Ooldia and Lou Belle Oren- FIRST MESBVTKRJANCHCKCU
n a feW week On their return trip, I Mile Lula Reed of Panama, CaMl i nell Annabeil, Teresa and Marjorie .

I sl! they will go by Camp Ctoudmoui Mr*. Wllburn Heed and Mn Zone, was guest this week of i R. dd, Katherine Orfindea, I Jell M MersJag worship
:,}, cur Mentone, Ala, to fet 1M1r Marvin Shaw ire expected to return her uncle Jeff Reed whom .M Lillian Booth and Julia Frances ".t.dle. ta Jehe Llvirf Water. -
,I ton Theodore, who it attendta. Monday from Bartow who bid not seen for 30 year. and Evelyn Sullivan. ." Al ,:.. p. a*. Agnew ,rerraaa ,

the camp, they spent two week vlsltin We had two visitor.Gloria and I br yemig peeaet freMWeshalnstet ;"
Mrs Reed'l parent Mr. and Mrs. Lake Delta and Gladys Hudge rem Robertson, Church to MUml
, I Mn. X. L. Lawrence and lIer two children, accompanied\ by Mn an alumnae girl, also was present

;,..at J eon, Wayne and Mr. Lawrence'. Mr*. Myrtle Otis Crump Boyd Cohemour, expect to lees W* were dismissed with the Stuart Hall song and Clara Me-
.,
:;' nephew Maurice Craft, left lai. Tampa state manager of :1 Saturday on a trip to Lexlngtor, 4-H pledge. I Alvon of Miami gave two tap
, : week for Damascus, Ga. Mr. Woodmen's' Circle, spent Wednesday -! Va. and Lewlsburg, W. Va. dance numbers Clarence Hunt
. Lawrence and her ion went by in -- .
and Thursday Homesteti played the accompaniments.
way of New Smyrna where tiler attending the district meeting. i Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thotnp REDLAND Fir F.
visited Mr Lawrence's broth ion end daughter, Anna Lou, whi By Deaa14 '
I :eI t :.: .. A
where
and DeLand, they visit
I MiN Fay Thomas of Jackson I have been visiting relatives in Ml I
{ Mn. B. D. Modemn. Mr. Crti vllle left Monday after spendin,' Sterling Ky. are expected to tr. At our meeting last week we
. pent several days with rtUtivila this week. They starts The Perfect
" a week with her cousin Miss Evelyn rive here elected offloen pro tern to serve
Beach before
sob,
.I. Dayton Thomas Homestead.. south on Monday
to Damascus. this summer In place of our regular Vacation
1 I officers who are away for thesummer.
Mr*. A. S. Moye and her daughter Percy Hunter of Miami was i. Officers elected for this
:.f '.. Dr. a a Wolfe will leave Sal Sue, left last week to open guest tt the home of Mrs. J. X. purpose were: for president Walter Xertore pep awl ecerg by loan
urday for Beiaoni Mlclu who two weeks In Barnelville Cs.., Scott Monday. Thompson for vice-president bia.c t rattle Dune iJ *<.
tie will Join Mr*. Wolfe In a viii with relative. Larry Holt for secretary, Fred two-pUj while gtttina **0ir
;
r relatives and friend J1e 1 J HakkIt
with till Mgi Key *
Sunda,
Earl Coodlng returned' : Whiten; and for watchdog, Billy
f will be away a month.L. Mr. and Mrs Wm. Wendt o, from a one-month visit with haunt Anderson. Ibis weld famMS tMtitatiae.

Miami and their two daughter), Mn. Charles Campbell iiBasalnger this founded kf toMif Utrftdkhe.
At meeting our
I* Chandler left by airplane Miser Jane and Phyllis spen Fla. programcommittee Where rwulw tie eltM nincw
announced that we
Sunday for a trip to the pots'aced Sunday with Mr. and Mrs A. F.' I
field of North Dakota reported Arthur and family of this city. would haw a swimming party Jwa.Hedda and
Arthur H. Foreman left Monday and wienie picnic at the Krome : QuiriMciui flop
to be threatened by th. for his home in Lot Angela avenue rockplt this Monday night, cal Guises Conwniioa junk July .
'countrywide drought lie wlU Mr*. Harry Cooper returned< after a visit at the home of Mi and we did. sad Aufutt. SpccU a lnui sick
return by the end of the week. Sunday from Slidell La., whenshe .
and Mn. U E. Forsyth. Monday night we all assembled i Work Spans( oMKiMtiilvi pees
week wl1.lrela-
spent two st the rockplt and enjoyed coolIng s ,ntotouuneol, emdM. kA.s, tae
4. Tom Torbert returned to hla lives. Billy Fonyth I II visiting his paternal swim, and then completed the ale, twUnaOns. golf, eVndng.
home Couldi Saturday ANy grandmother at Atlanta evening's program by roasting Congenial eempuloM Ptamu ,
four : pent at WartoburiTeniu Miss Christine Hughes returned Ala< City N. J.. and will later go to "hot dogs" end eating them. sod soprowm for everjroa*.
,
impeding wed potato( Wednesday from Dothan. North Haven to visit other rely Everyone present. Including ourguests t
'} ; where she spent the summer. This gnat health gesso hmperriicd w
fields. lives to the occasion. -
i teemed enjoy
bf sapstlsaced t
W. H. Wood returned yetter Mr Sew Webb returned thli Mr. and Mrs E. W. Severy of Present besides members wen No drags aMdicinss mot = II i

t 1p' day from Orrville, O- where he week from Hattlesburg Miss.. Miami were Sunday guest of Ml Mr. JI:. E. Vihlen, Jack and Tal Hll- tions Nxwnl BxOxxU 11III,. A ti '!
went last week to visit hit moth where she visited relative tor I and Mr W. W. Severy. son Eddie Prideaux and Fred Bor- delightful. n4 chancing emoa. ;;.
er. month. gardt. plow of IricaJUiNM taj good
Those In attendance; at the MI I Wlowrinp.McntmH. .,
Mr. and MrC ,A. D. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. H Collier returned ami District quarterly conference Draw ntn flee food, eon '
daughter, Barbara Jean left Sun, this week from BirminghamAl held in the Florida City Frei Norye "Talkie" I I fertaUe sooeis, aerial ..p. A* l lI
day for 'WrlghlVlll C*., when: where taypent tea daft Methodist Church were the Rev Capacity Attendance he "Booh ef Vkw.- end sea
they will visit friends and role i with friend and relatives.Mr. ., W. M. Bate and daughter Min I ededule Ne obhgalfee rem
tines for about two week Thnl; : :" end Anna Bates, of Tampa; the Rev The free Norge motion picture s
went by way of Leesburg and, : and Mrs. O. It Ritch Fred Carter. Mn Sallie MMHough entertainment sponsored by MrsTracy "

Hastings where they visited fey< laughter Miss Allie Ritch. returned and daughter Mn Loren Chinnen, manager of the :
.
Nil oral friend, I Wednesday from CharlestonL Eakin, Sr., and granddaughterBetty Homestead Norge Shop en the Tlw PHYSICAL
C. where they spent the Nmmer. Lillian Eakln: Mr. and Mn night of July U drew e bigger!I
James Roberta, Alvah Taylor Loren Eakin, Jr., of Tampa; the I crowd than the Neva KingSchool Cooper CULTURE HOTEL, Inc. 1
and Merrill Stntth will leave today Rev. and Mrs J. A. Holtsclaw: and auditorium could hold PANSVUU. NSW YORK II
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Jacksonville where they: Ansel Barrow and his mother Dorothy Mae of Lake I The Future Farmer band played : j
for daughter
1 Mrs. C. M. Barrow plan to leave and little I Pak..... .... ...tiit rut *SMInsist
encampment the Rev. O. W. Gaines during the intermission
'I will attend the summer Thomasvllle, Ca,, Worth; I aawrae rare sw.w i
of the Florida Nations I If',7 tomorrow for lea Sara. Alice Finder Lois I Joy Peters and Annette Campbell
Guard. After the encampment, where they will spend two weeks Oaydon, Flora H. Bare Otta I give song and dance number! '_ __' e e' 'e1 I
with relatives, 1 --- ----------
". Mr Taylor will spend a week to James, Mr and Mrs Clyde White,,
Colqultt, O.., visiting hit parent! Mr. and Mn. Irwin Hill and son
expected
'.. Mr. and Mr*. DoI'1TaYlor.Mr. Miss Marie Borgardt is Tampa Jerry, Mr. and Mn Nelson Wise
home this week from Un Cherry and daughter and
and Mr E. A. Buchanan where she has been visiting relative l14n. Ceo. Allen of Miami and upon

have gone to Woodbury. GH-, *< for a month. William I Randall Mllllgan of Mann. .

spend two week with retalvel.neS Elbert Froscher- -Earl Field and i Ga. J JI

friends, Sunday I ..... ......_
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two-week training periodin I CLUBBy .J.Ji
from a 4-IISUSIMEU
Mn J. P. Moore and her daughter at the naval reserve air .
Joann, of Philadelphia arrived Camp Julie Prances MUlta

I here Thursday night of tart week blat at Opalock -.....-. ......"'-..-.. i '
for a vbU of several month with Miss Pearl Whltaker, Miss Indie The t-JI: Club 'girl met last
Mr. and Mr*. Frank Belt Fredrick. L. C. McClnnI and Cuesday in the clubroom with

Mr. and Mrs B. Bella of New aC Frederick the Bok Kuteldt tower near spent Lake Sunday Wale lyres An, Mary from Carlson the Miami end Geraldine office. ,TbeM tt e alp MM real test for ;

York City are visiting In Home- to the ef Tim \
frs. Ctrlson gave recipe any rool-UM teat
stead a* guest of Mr. and MlLBen MIA Naomi Davis, daughter of and shel-
and Mr. J. V. Davis, returnd |lrl The girl pasted handle Carey
Left. Mrs. Left Hr. and Mrs cked picture! on the folders :That1* why we 1\ I
Bella are fitters. Sunday from a visit of two them. Itwaa the
Miami with her sisters which Mn. Carlson gave Roofing tad Mingles :
reeks In. be 1
George r. Archer oMCey Welt ire C:M. Degler and Mrs. R H- decided each that meeting.a song leader name "Cmy bat meant root ;

U spending several day here with Kennedy, who accompanied her to ippolnted Hie assignment were II folows tag wtUfaction tor more than 'i> h i !
his IOn and daughter-in-law. Mr.. iomeatead and spent Sundayit : .. First year girt baste *- ''I
and Mi* Ben Archer, en route the Davis home. ipron; !. Second year girls have 60 year j \
home from Tampa where lie visited bU. cut out: I. Other girl haven !
R, Defiler vas
other memben of Ml tamil Mr and article completed 4. All girl Get our low price ra these f
Home-
moved to1 Recfland front .

I N J. E. MoClung returned yesterday toad last Saturday. high. quality note-... bar l! '

spent from three Eagle week Rock,visiting Va. whereto rel- FLORIDA CITY Turner's Funeral Hone I the right 'type for every pure f", I Ito"

ell,,". e -BB. AMBULANCE SERVICE and Purse.Brooker ,
fret W. W. (every CerrwpMectitMr. "
Lady AMaadaae I !
Ural J:. J. Dyal and her daughter .
Min Ivt, nod Mrs Dyal' sism and Mrs. Herbert Hunter, Phase Ill-n Homestead Fla. ,
ter Mrs. Vivian Roger of Miami md their daughter, Constance
returned yesterday from Alpine
Lodge camp for girls In Mentone,i Lumber Co.Phone
,/ Ala., where they had been visiting, .
Mrs Deal's owes daughter. Nina.,I Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick

62 Homestead, Fla.
Miss Amy Horn; b recovering
Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal
ta from in appendicitis: operation
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Conservatory of Leipzig ':
town a. Muurf: rost NO. tI i
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PIANOFORTE AND THEORY
f Mmta nt and skied Wefeeseaff. I

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PaetSix u THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday July 2i, 1933(

1 I STATE COUNCIL HEAD i! MISS EM1LIE FtD&CKlS ENGAGEMENT'

VISITS Mn Nellie LOCAL Murphy CLUBS: president i TO FREDERICK KUFELDT IS ANNOUNCED

of the state home demonstrationsenior i I

I" L Social Events I Ii council and president Of I The announcement of the engagement """"Iter, MiM Fredrick and Miss
demonstration
the Dade County home -
in of
of Miss Emilia Fredrickto I Bradley were charge arrangement -
council spoke on far the tea Mill Whlt-
tion of vital Interact to club qU"1 Frederick Kufektt aura u a aker pnatted over a punch bowl
ben when the Rrtland surprise to the member of the
In a marigold and fern .
f SHOWER TO HONOR MRS. RICHARD CAIN aetting.Mn
i Demonstration Club meeting July I Junior Woman' Club of Homestead Oxford served! coffee, and

Y' WHO WAS FORMERLY MISS MONICA FORTE U wa turned over to her by at the July social meeting Milt Bradley served tea.
.
J the president, Mn Seymour Dane.MI'I.
r of the club, a tea, given at the Those Invited were: Mr*.. Bruce
Murphy Introduced ten 4- Fredrick home yesterday after- EMil Mra. Herbert .
ford Turner, Mra.W.
\ ,, Mn. Richard Cain, who I Mrs. Paul Reynolds, Mn. M.' H girl who gave a program qf noon at 4 o'clock. The weddingwill B. Caves, Jr., Mrs. Burley

: her marriage Saturday night was D. Jacobsea, Mrs. George Barnes I songs, talks and demonstrations take place in the Lutheran Dendy, Mra R G. Huff, Mn. Don
Miss Monica Forte will be honored Mrs. Floy\ Watson, Mn. Claude of 4-H work. The girls were: Church in Miami on August 20. I Ferreyra, Mr E. J. Dytl, Mrs I.
with bridal shower and Campbell Mrs. I. B. Branch. Mn Fern Robertson, Lou Belle Gren- Another feature of I
f f'or I the afternoon P. McLean, Mn Goo M. Son. I
I tea given her by Mn Neitl Wm. Mead, Mn T. M. Harris, nell, Eloise Gossman, Clara May was the presentation of an nlchsen Mn Paul Reynolds, Mrs.J. .

Jeffrey at the home of Mr*. Catn' Mn Marvin Shaw, Mra. Wilburn' Smith, Jeanette Echmandean: electric waffle iron a gift from J. Robinson Mn W. M. John, I
t grandmother, Mn. I. T. Nixton i I Reed, Mr*. Pete Perkins, Mn. J. Doris and Merle Mizell, Virginia the club to Miss Eloise: Bradley Mrt. Pauline McConnell, Mil
} this afternoon from t o'clock un-j B. Spurlman, Mn. Hunter Har- Clinton, Annabel Redd, and Beatrice < who will become the bride of Feild- I Miriam Burton, Mn Claude Camp A
Arnold, the Dade County
til 7.The. I din, Mrs. Burley Dendy, Mn Dex-
Injf Ruff of Miami on August T. bell, Miss Thelma Turner, Misses
delegate to the national 4-H
marriage, which took place : ter Home, Mrs. Alvin Simmons, Mn ) camp alto I Mr*. Wm. Musselwhlte tang a Alice and Grace Hobson, Mia EU- i
Murphy presented
In Fort Lauderdale, waa a surprise ,I Mrs. Gordon Ivey Mn W. a.I I Mn i solo to accompaniment by Mr*. nbr Payne, Miss Ellen Huff, MU
Edgar 1 F Frlpp of South Miami
1. to relatives and friends. Mn Nellie Caves, Jr, Mrs Bevo Webb Mn. who gave a report of her trip i J. H. Webster who also played a I Ines Branch, Mia Mary Bradley,
Bird Frank Webb, and Mrs. Pat Murphy .
clerk of the BrowardCounty piano tolo.Mrt. Mix Lucille Chapman and Miss i
to the woman's institute at Tallahassee
Judge court, performed Mn Charles Winston, MI'I"Carl that Inspired the Redandmembel'l \ Harold Oxford, Mill Pearl Marguerite Wollam. 1!
Schumacher, Mn Cheater
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the ceremony. Mr. and Mn. Nelll j
Jeffrey were witneawi.Mn Hunter, Mn. Earl Bussey, Mrs. with a resolve to send a,
I
car full of delegate to the meetIng MISS EVELYN THOMAS
Cain I* the elder daughter Cecil Johnson Mn. Holli Bar- WEDDED TO I

of Mr and Mn. J. M. Forte row, Mr. Herbert Harris, Misses next year. WM. C. ROSE IN FORT LAUDERDALEMiss
EloIse During the business meeting
who have mad their home in and Mary Bradley,
I Homestead for the peat 13 yeal'l.1 1 Mist Valera Fitch Mill Pearl report of committee were heard. --

She waa graduated from Homestead Whitaker, Miss Florence Godwin, Present wen: Mn E. A. Carter, Evelyn Thomas was mar- sage of white tube rose
1 High School In 1934 and has Mist Emllle Fredrick, Miss Doro- Mn. Harry C. Reely, Mrt. R. B. ried Saturday afternoon to William I She It the daughter of MI'I. Mollie -
Zenker, Mrs. O. B. Gosnell Mrs.
thy Deden, Mica Cora Mae Groover ,
been Thomas of Homestead and had
recently employed by the rt,
i
Fred Redd, Mrs. Elbert Froscher, C. Rae of Miami by Mn.Nellie .
Milt Mable
,
Anderson. Misses z
Homestead branch of the Southern lived here all her life. She wai
Bell Telephone Co. Alta and Katherine Venn, Mia Mrs..M. A. Baker Mrs. Chas. Lair, Bird, clerk of the Broward graduated from Homestead High!

/ ,, Mr. Cain, whose parent live In Hazel Pennlngton and Miss Miriam Mn. A. W. January, Mr*. Geo. E. County Judge' court lu Ft Laud- School 1833.
Deuel Mrs. Thos. S. Adam Mn.
,
Macon, Ga., hat made his home In Burton. erdale. The bride' brother and
t E. P. Whitworth, Mn. H J. Armstrong Mr Rose ls a son of Mr. and
Miami and South 'Miami for the Six to seven: Mrs, Herman tliter-ln-lw, Mr. and Mn. Her- Mn. B. C. Rose of Miami. He wa J
Miss Estelle Turner, Mrs.
pant year. He 1* employed at aryan Thomas, Mrs. Wm. Rose Mrs. Pat Wm. Mahn, Mrs. Dane and the man Thomas, and her cousin, Miss graduated from Miami Edison

) :. corner in South, Miami. Boatwrlght: Mrs. oyd.Ia,1 visitors. I Fay Thomas of Jacksonville, witnested High School In 1931 and 1sno 1t
1 Next week they will be at home'I Mn. vressle Holcolmb, Mn. Marie -A nominating committee was : the ceremony.The engaged in business with his
to their friend in apartment Ware, Mr Frank Stalling, I bride
an wore a navy blue father.
I appointed at the meeting of the i a
I in the Paxion building in South I Mr Allan Davies, Mn. May- Homestead Home Demonstration I triple sheer crepe frock with blue I The young couple will live In t
Miami. I belle Hue, Mist Elizabeth Home, and
t Club In the clubrooms at the Neva I I white accessories, and a cor- Miami :,
The Invited guests and the I'Misses Alice and Grace Hobson, I ,
King Cooper School on July 11
hours they are to be received Mitt Marybelle Gibbt, Mist Allle I
I The committee, which consist of MRS. FRANK IRWIN GIVES Alfred Saunders, memben of the
ar'l I
follow RItch, Mist Inez Branch, Mist
:
M I Mrs. S. A. King Mn Fred Redd I PARTY FOR JUNIOR B.Y.P.U. union and Patsy Leach of Chicago >:f
Four to five: Mn. Dexter Louisa Pennlngton Mist Maude
I and Mr. G M. Cooper, will make I Mrs. and Lester Archer, guest, ;
Frank Irwin, leader of the
Mrs. R L. Hobson Mn Mollie Bigger, Miss Geraldine Newlan.
Thomas, Mn. J. K. Scott, Mrs. A. Miss Dorothy Brannan, Mia Helen its report at the next meeting. 'Junior B. Y. P. U.. invited the jI

J. Campbell, Mn Ruth L. Scott, Lehman Miss Marjorie Sullivan Mrs Murphy and Mn. Frlpp group to a lawn party at her home GIRLS HAVE HOUSE PARTYIN \
poke at this meeting, also.
Mn. Harvey Grave, Mn. Clarence Bliss Marguerite Crow, Miss I Tuesday afternoon. Rain pre- WEST APARTMENTS s
Marsh, Mrt C. M. Barrow, Marguerite Wollam, Mist Gleula Announcement was made that vented outdoor garnet, however, A house party is being held this .1
Mn Carl A. Field, Mn. Lee H. Dendy, Miss Ellen Huff and Miss there will be no Auugust meetingand to indoor games were substituted. week In the West apartment by
Lehman Mn. Homer Sullivan, Evylee DelKner.I that the next meeting day Mrs. Cheeky Saunden assisted four Homestead girl and Mill I.tt

Mn, Fred Rhode. Mr*. H. O. I Members of the family who will' will be Sept. 17. Mn. Irwin in directing the games I Billy West of Columbus, Ga., who >

Thu'l1WMn.. C. N. Walker, Mr. I be present are: Mn. R. I!:. Edwards I IwhtY'rfalted ,I and in serving refreshments. I la visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. ,t,

J D. Redd, Mn. D. H DcUlnger, I Mr*. Forte, Mrs. L T. Nixon -! at the home of Mr. Present were: Carol Walker, and Mn. G. A. West } to'
Mrs E. J. Close Mn. Frank L. Mn J. W. Ludlam, Mn. Herbert -! and Mrs D. R. Sullivan last week Doris and June Cheshire, Doro-i The local girl are Miss Eunice .

t Mi iiwain, Mn. I. P. McLean and I Hunter, Mn Roy Nixon, wa a dinner guest of Mr. and thy Parker, Charles Robertson Walker, Miss Mary France Arthur -
Mrs Fred Pvnnington. Mn. Hazel Van Andel and Miss Mrs. J. R. Sullivan Saturday. Don Murphy, Arnold Mcllwaln Miss Elizabeth Mcllwaln and .t'
I Five to six: Mn. Harold Ox- Ethel Nixon. Charles Parker, Lynn Irwin and Mb Lucille West.
Y IMM/MY W INMNIIIMMMMMYwMI11M1.M11MMMThe
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MISS ADELE JONES ton.Mrs R. Y. Burr, Mrs. Rugglei,, iII
MARRIES IN ASHCVTLLE I I Mn. A. A. Payne, Mr*. Haley, Mn. -meeting
Word was received here this Geo. Reuhle Mrs. Plummer, Mrs- July 24-Areme Club
week of the marriage of Miss Adele I Darling and Mn. Gatlin. with Mn. Geo. W. Turner, Jr., at g
USE
Jones of Miami, a farmer resident Miami Beach. d
of Homestead, to D Paul i W. M. !I. TO STARTON July 28-General meeting of B. a
Smith of Asheville, N. C, in I NEW TEXTBOOK I Y. P. U. in Pint Baptist Churchat

Asheville on July 10. Miss Jones I The Women's Missionary Soci- 7p.m. RexallGypsy tIo
July 27-Open meeting of Homestead 0p
and her mother, Mrs. Ella Jones '
ety, at a Joint meeting of the four Business and 0a
were spending their vacation In circles at the Homestead Methodist -i I ProfessionalWomen'
the North Carolina reort. Church Tuesday Club.
1 I July 2S-Ladlei' night at Lions y
The Jones lived n-rtCdi
family In Homestead decided to start on a 0r
Club.
for fifteen yean, and moved book with Mis Jennie Lobdell at r
to Miami four Mn July 28-Women's Club study
years ago. teacher. The study clan will meetat Cream
Smith attended the Homesteadschools her home on Aug. S and each. clan meeting with Mitt Jennie
and was graduated from Monday afternoon thereafter un- Lobdell at S p. m.
the Pohl beauty school In Miami. til the book I I. completed. Aug. I-Junior Woman' Club
She has been employed in a beauty Miss Lobdell led the Bible meeting in clubhouse. a greaselei, talek
parlor at Miami Beach.CLASS itudy I Aug. a Meeting of W. M. S. drying liquid. Doe
study clan with Miss Jennie Lob-
Present were: Mn. J. A. McNelll dell at S not
I p. m.Aug men up bedclothes
HAS SWIMMING I, Mn. Preston B. Bird, Mn. .t Presbyterian Woman's aln
PARTY AT MIAMI: BEACH I J. E. Davis Mrs. L. O. Showalter, Auxiliary meeting with Mn. Paul ar wearing
InC
The young people's class of the Mrs. Geo. Ranson, Mr*. MollleWlngste Haley In Florida City at S p. m. 2x11' apparel Seetaespala
Nazarene Sunday School enjoyed Mrs. H. M. Gibbt, Mrs. Aug. 7 Presbyterian Me,,' .
a swimming party at Miami Vlvan Booth and Miss Lobdell. Club dinner meeting at the homeof counteracts a.F.

Beach Thursday afternoon of last I ; Rev. and Mrs. E.! U Nelson.CARE. blistering .la a ... tl
Miss Sullivan of Miami
a week. A picnic lunch was served Gladys

after the swimming.In I rr. al
the group were: the Rev. and

Mrt Howard Eckel, Mr. and Mr*. i .oras.
Beta Chamber, Misses Valerie U
and ChrUtttTf Campbell Min '
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Carolyn Lee Misses Sophie and .
1 erg and U
BeautyTrue
Lydia Bqrgardt Mb Katherine
Marsh Miss Ruth Fredrick, Thomas :

' Lee, Fred and John Borgardt, e 's1ye: beauty demands ,
'ij Wilbur Free and Kenneth Leroy the best of care at all I'

I and Clyde Chambers. i the genuine time Whether you

"1 1I 1/ wish a wave, a facial, i

I: r MRS. A. F. ARTHUR IS EUGENE Permanent a manicure, or any of artw

\ HOSTESS: TO AUXILIARY the other essential aids I
SoB
."tolllllll *. tbuoi I
,. \s. vei- to beauty, you'll find ofill
Mr A. F. Arthur was hottest
ant, laxlig curls-(hart the SOOTHES COOLS !
t' t tot h e Presbyterian Woman's the skilled operator at ,
kind
I of t pcfmannn you_ .' Pat 'i Beauty Parlor i I fc
Auxiliary at her home on Redland PROTECTS '
?Aso diai'i the kind
; *e gives ready to serve
load. Mrs C. Ben Plummet wuInr you
I
lot do genuine I.-... quickly at time.
R I chars of a home any
missions, and ',.r-r.7J.ou laving.wide genuine Euitae 'nqalpele, Spiral and !
\ rend an article from a recent: issue Sachem let u. "dm** four c-.U.

of a church paper. .belt tor'the trine' with *.: PERMANENT WAVES
v The decided to hold the lunl Modulations t4 IMSST
next meeting group Aug. I at 1 p. nv at ''Art,_..J-neckpzJsy Prices $$, $6, $7 The Dixie: Drag It

the horn of Mn. Paul Haley In

'::' Florida City. There is to be a Bush's Barber PAT'SBEAUTY 1\
business session and Bible study I, Shop Your Rexall,'Store 1I I iFIi
,
h led by Mn B. E. GatUn. j! & Beauty Parrot PARLOR

ThoM precept were: Mr* E. l
a. l >L. N taoft..1.1rI. Alma Hortoo, Mn.i I BUM tuna Brew.. Oft**!** Phone d39-R Rarest BWt ,

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SOCIAL EVENTS

oapr FOR PUBLICATION .1 CLASSIFIED ADS

STATE AG. MAN _._IM..""....__ to MM Omit COT Rlanojlh 14rtrr.lt .... : ,1
".. ('...... Florida In taaaca
LOCAL GROUP ATTENDS IT Coaa N., ....t.
MIAMI BtWO PARTYA BILL FOR DivonriAltUI RATE Tint Insertion fool a line, subsequent Inmrtlan C
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GROW aJln. I
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Gainesville July 23.-Controlling number of members of the noteadaa* _.
amarti t> affldarll aaptadai _
and in and around the house Orange Blossom Drill Club of the ..: kM DM In the above MM MM
Woodmen that ROBERT CRO8 Uw 1Jof........ thara.hi .
Circle with
1 5s not a difficult task says J Jt a groupof aalaad h) a aaa loialijat of the stated FOR RENTFOR MISCELLANEOUSTREES

,Watson, entomologist with the others, attended a benefit bunco rlarida sod h a oldest of -......

'/;late Agricultural Experient Starpion I. party and dance given by the Uw Roulk*
, Keeping food where the pests AUapattah Drill Club in Miami 1' ma who would Mad aaak Ua.f.ad.,11 high pine land $J per a, MriOuu. clana tree free O B. Parker

,',c nt get to it, and gassing them Friday night I' aww-ttneaa and roars that It ha Is II therefore MM I*, -... Of Camp (pjj.St) Alpine Grove Dairy

i'to their nests around the yard Those going were: Mr. and Mrs 1 that ..... aoa.mldrnt Dalaaaaat .. and
la hereby. required to apa ar m the mil ofCoatpklat GOOD second cool well PIANO TUNING
the method he suggests. Pol- Chas Walters Mr. end Mrs W... MM nanai Ml hrforoMondar. story anv. repairing.

fare them can be resorted to ifudeilred. Meade Miss MyrUae Counce, Miss I ha IMIs >M bout D, furnished apartment Rent reasonable Good used piano for sale cheap

Flosiie Corday, MISS Ethel Martin, Will lest,M olaaiaIM taka:-L .kf at:;l kill 0. Ask at Western Union. W. E Xoon. 119 N. W. 3rd St.

I Miss Nellie Mae Martin, Leo and faVdant.II (Jy 10 U)

The first and most Important Leon Hilliard Joe Hardln J. D I to further ....... that tier ordar hapvkltekad REAL ESTATE
{pleasure in combatting these mostannoying sea a wait for tow o.wrenllw FOR RENT.-room house two
Conner Grady, Lloyd, Ernest and 1 VMM .. The Hianoauad LsMwxotoe.
household pests la to Clifford Walter and Pellua El I ....... a n.oaoaim paMklwd (. MM Oaaa.If screened porches, running water GROt ES-ACREAGK:
(keep all food out of their way Mr. and *lata, garage fruit treei for

I ?Watson say*. All substances ants'will der.The nil July tl. .a IMIR LCATHKRMAN. couple. Apply W. W. Sever Properties Listed. Inquiries
Solicited.
eat should be kept In tight drill club met at the homeof Clark of cants Court. Redd Dry Cleaneri.
Mrs W. D. Coker July K Mrs Mr f J. GouU. Deputy Clark.Ichrsit Grave Cared for and Splayed,
containers and no crumbs or other
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Oiwrt ft>olHENRY III
CHARLES I. BROOKS
Dan Conner Miss Claudia Con- FOR SALE
materials should be left lying RRHRP.Na.R.1 .
, ner and Mrs Julia Milliard were I for plaintiffUalr I 110 N. E. First St, Miami
'around. 14 lit Aw 7. II. 111XOTICR
MAHOGANY BEACH CHAIRS--
reported lick. Ice cream was
\ Most ants have their nests In With REAL ESTATE-Those who want
served by the hostess or APPLICATION or without canvas Buddy
, the yard and Mr. Watson suggeststhat I TAX I>KKDlaaata FOR FitJpe: trick. Phone 2422. to buy or tell Redland District

aU nests within 100 feet of ( RH Na. lost (pjy.) 31) I real estate will find up-to-date
NOTICE: HKKKHT !
GIVEN
: that Dura.IfcF
) FOUR GIRLS HAVE
the house be treated with carbon MM Tklrioa lute andtb.n. listings in our office Many ol

bisulfide, or "high life. the same SLUMBER' PARTY I tr Ta. io'I boo** Uw. Itk FOR SALE-5-bumer New with these listing are still at subs -

material used in fumigating corn Four girls made Ice cream at dar in air of of J.lr fwa. and A IX kM IUD aiada kM lt'IoR"'far oven. Good condition Virgil D. !I normal price W* shall Appreciate .

for weevils Other suitable but the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. I I a tea dad M ka bead ...._ laid Or.tifleata Lyon. (Jy 17-24) either your Inquiries, of

Jets satisfactory materials for gassing Bradley Tuesday night, then went ; aaikraoai Is the Comer Uw toiledandled 0( Dodo, ate5s d I your listings, all of which will

ant include solutions sodium to the home of Mr and Mrs. J. E. Fbr/A., to witt FRYERS Live or drened Free I have our best attention. Now M
r a\w.... I. sxu 01 am" .. in Phone
city
delivery
i or calcium cyanide, paradlr Close for t slumber party Tawnihp M Suutkoatainioa Banco, 100. GU-M'i the time to buy. B. W. Morris

chlorobenzene and naphthalene. The group consisted of Helen I II A.ra> Mir artk L... M McEwva Poultry Plant now associated with.11 A Cameron
OM .tv '"T Onto, stated _. (je 28 tf)
Yerosene.gasoline. and hot water Bradley Martha Close Naomi Tk Hum_ tl MM ..nw rt. .... N. W. let St. In Citlxen

.will kill ants which they touch, Davis and Nella Sauls the MM".rm II....M IOWA WM |. A"_ CARISSAS lOc qt. CUTTINGSand Bank Bldl. Phone 72
'"f W. MH>.. I'
. but will not penetrate flests-deep- UnbM Mid .....t1re.. shall .. l.dw..ed SMALL PLANTS for ulMr I
enough to be effective Sodium OMRIIHII w law UM. pr iirt> d.'the4 LEGAL NOTICES
compartment of tills striking new UMTril will ... wM to UM kl.k>MM b/doleb *. Geo. W. Kont, Jungle
fluoride and other Insect powderscan tW Conrt-kmiM door ... the lint MM.wr Grow Redlonl road and Plum-
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model, declared Mr. Allen recently I. UM month rf i I H._ la ktltajl. Dada fo..l.. KUirMam .
KnlMilMr. lad
be sprinkled across the i, ails "It not only conceal the > Uw TUi dar af ....a...... I.... whisk tner drive.CENTIPEDE. <* fur ....10 ..4 sell M pukllr .*..l.raa .
.... caali .
the bidder
mad by ant into the house, or Dated thin toed dar af Julr. lost I I for Uw f ilhmla
pare wheel soul tire, but also will II:. R. LEATRKRMANtlrrk aWrllwd pnwaHr tltual ,In UartaCoulr
across point through which the GRASS. Now tl the rkirlaa. fc.arltl
ccommolate two suitcases and of Ch-ault
ant sire apt to gain access and c..".... FMrlds Court, time to Mt .r.... Dig it, measure i 1..4 Number It of i. V FRKK ADDITION -
.m overnight bag in addition to Chests. Opera Baal II> H. Jma, D. C. it yourself for 35e a buiheL SOc aa HaaMtoad. rkw+ta. araanlln -
effective In
usually prove keeping small parcels. Julr .4. ii. A.... t. 14. ill I > to alat Ill d la ka art.. ,4Uw
them out of the house if dug H. M. Lyon. lrt of the Olraalt own In end
"The tool kit Is stored in a fur Uada """"IF. rlnrMa, In .'...
NOTICE: OP APPLICATION POI book I It Shrewd.
Mr. Watson suggest that early at paaa
bandy groove recess toward the TAX IIKKD GUAVA JUICE $1 per gallon i the laid proparty to ka add aa ifurraaMu
tome morning, when all ant are front section of the trunk. This <8>.... Rill N.. Its Jungle Grove Redland. aittofV Uw laid Final, llerraa and ,...t.LMLAND t.
in the nest, a hole be made in the MOTItK 18 HEREBY GIVEN that Main.thr 'j I : 11Y1RN.
eliminates the. necessity of Inconveniencing Hw Tltlli..... fcoktar rf State and c:.... 1 in Cho...., y
,center of the nest to a depth of'six IT Ta; pOTtlftaaw No IKM boned Ux. 7U. STEAM BROWN BREAD any W. 20" DVR NI
or eight inches using a sharp passengers In reachingIt dm, of Aiwa>.. A. D IH1I kM HM Mm time Saturday Lb code can. tullatti for OamnlaliMnt.
," continued Mr. Allen. III mr orriM, and k w mode appllntlon Cor i'| Julr S. I*. It. u)
stick for the purpose Then a ta- a tae Nod to ka Uu d thrraon. sold Dow.U101.t. lUr20c, with raisins or nuts

blespoonful or two of carbon bi- Few people realize actually __ the falk.wlne' dewrliedPop.rta 2Se Leave orders at S. L. West RLRVRNTH JlnlllAL (IRtllT "irrLONIIIA
I. to county 01 D..... state of I DADA ,l.t NTY CIRCUIT
f sulfide. or a halt ounce If the nestis ; how many days In the year there .IuylM. to-wk, home 108 N. W 5th st. COIRT IN tHANOCRTla .

large be poured down the are in which the open car will be Lot 14 I. IKV: 8uMI faloa of fc.. .. AppHratkM of Are H....
can In Florida almost lion 14, tom ..lp It ......th. JUnn 40 ell era ao an a Pee ........
hole, the opening! closed immedi- appreciated the cast,'Plot Hook t. Pan M, nuiulti.In LEGAL NOTICES NOTKR OF APPLICATION
lately' by stepping on the surface I entire year round the modish continental 10 Arna nor or k... In the Motloa hi krrrkr glow to all whom H
Oonnlr 1 Dada, lute of Florida NOTICI Or APPLICATION fOR Mar oancara that Fan Hear Bhrrmanmarrird
of the convertible
'of the hole and most of the ants top sedan The d old :
14-earTirtelu i : prep.etr : TAX DENO a woman MaMlna la near Oouatr
will be killed Those which sur- can be folded back, and the M Uaof w.S in the : : 1110..'. Bill N. last FMrMa, will an Uw lath .1..A.
I motorist can skim over the Margaret GpnvaaUakM KOTICR III HEHr-RY GIVEN: that OR auot. A D ItM al the bear :
'Vlve will make new nest, and highways Mid rartlflrat akall ka redeemed ,...... holder. of State and County ,... aid data .. a> sobs UwraifMr a. ,maorfoaa
:then can be treated in a similar' In full enjoyment of the sunshine aoMnlla, to la>. the property daorrlbrd OrUfkaKw No. Nosh Mint. 1611. mm ka hoard, file her ....._ anal nvaatha
For colder days the top fit therein will ka MM to Ua klakm kidder II7II and '.'.'. waaad the Tth dar if All.want .1 msplkalka, to the Honorable J.etee, of
manner. I at the. CoarkkoiiM door we. Uw. tint ktoa A D. IMI hat filed aanw In aaaM trM ..art at Uw Oimn.> CourtHoaa.
snugly over the passengers dar Its the momk of (..._.... 1.... wilrk '''... and ban a>ada aapllrattoa for la Iha OHr af Miami, Uadr
This will do little or no damage draughts formerly a chief to Uw Ilk dar at fcoMibw I Hit. U< deed. to .. baud thrroon. laid OrUfwataa Fkn-lda. for a lloaaaa ta lak. o..1sal
to lawns, if the fumigant is applied obJec- Dated skis pall dar of Julr I.... rmkrara Uw followlnir anrrlkadpropanr maaaaa' her worn _.. .... pi ipartrCMANKY
tion to the convertible sedan, have B. R. LKATHKRMAN la Uw county af v...... state atFlorida and .operate setae end to km.... a frog
carefully been eliminated advanced Clark of Clraull Court, ta-w*t6thd5W ....... I. oven, awp.5.
by construction balm County. FUirWaClinU ,"- .. ..
mil"rhS.
ul5Wt af SE", tat listed at Miami I. County .
For poisoning 1 Mr Watson. lugdepending methods" ( Caw _II Br H JamM. D, C. 'Mart. thin the 14th day 01 hi,. A. D. 'O34, ,
g a b."a K o t owes I. o r rile a tseats -- Julr 14. II. A.... t. 14. Ill It fcaat, OMilalnlni S Awes awn or M. .. : .
the food like of the wa>. In the. create of Dada *taM afMorlda .UrMn for Pol.tl.err.
on NOTICE a4 aoikraaad la Conlfk-aw FAT HENRY SHEMMANPatlUunrr J
which has been added _. .
an\a-4ot No. 11 The wauaom a4 aaldprapwtr
sodium .. ?Pail". M Jwnbr' sh" that she ...... the. Mid lanlflratahauad lJuIr I IT. 14 II. A,,.. T. II).
thalium sulfate arsenate 1000owl. rl.bA load.. or eo murk thereat ..
..III) M .... taw ta the iwma of TUw lavCo. .
s.te.ary M Per amount due
or other poisonous material and fw Utz. 1111 berolas ... far WULD8 RAINo\QI DISTRICT ..... la the, CI...." Cows af Uw Rkmrik. Ja-
Her submit to the battle. kretM. with set 01 ...... ask .d .... far Iteoa <
s Wv of of 94 Email ta Dad aaalr,
placed where ant can have ac, adr.l./ng.. ..ill.. sold. at polite nor" No Mollythe ON day d A...... A. 5). Town ,. :ra.. I:,'i:1o II.: riarlda. la Chaae.ay> >.. 4'A
799{ et
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cess. i. thachrrf At fMtee d --: 'now at the worth dose d the Dada Cabot c-n'-, aaatalnlai- Aoraa man or taai. la I. H. non REV .... J. ... RLID Plala.i .
MtewL thin Cs.aty d Dads, state 1 Florida
the County of Wale nf Florida I i lirfa, aarriHla .. T. I. A Naaw Total Tat. .. aaikraoad la C.rtlfloaW H... Waa. 1 MORTGAGE COMPANY a *1"",<.laC.r. i

II4: or 1111'4 e 1It" ... II N se I' Y. .. Potential S 4 Tl The aaMw awat of old Property under aoratltHl Offradanlo.NOTKR .
NEW SEDAN PUT i 41 ohaty__nt NYE1 .. a6 II 40 to W. W Framing. J, site' the old C.rIlfl..te Iwuod woo I. 11n TO CREDITORS:
qyt .
... that undrr and
!:' name of ,. Lend Ce5c. MoUia to In.7W toaa> : ;
WJ -- "'. "- .. .... .. .. Tr r 1 W 1 aIC% /polka 11 kr lno. at of CORK "Ur..J la
Company
% : a Nn H Its11 Towrh1, 34 south, Hann n haste: this raw aa the lllk dar af Mv A. U.
OUT BY FORD CO. ::: of4i.r1'V4 .:.: :L.. :: I W: M: g:= : ::: : .. S:1t:: Beata/nlnn 10 Aetna ....... or ..... '* DM, all rrdlun are mulrad 1n. .,i-ann
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the unrlml. il. r.1 '"
the. County d tilde State of I'Mrida and flit with ""* .
SOUTH *
JATTAB CARORN. A M.HDN. SIC H. TWP M, ROR. '1 ib"riid "la'Crrtlftita
.. : N. Stoat SUIIaa. his olflta In Florida I tr. rk rMa .:
P. a 16. Pare isU4a The .__, of mid pnoartr under all/ Limn aa ark crrdlbn mar ..... l
4 and I. sib I...... Frank J. Plies the will l.rtttlrala laaaod woo I* the I'Relation the Nomrolwd Rand Mouse.Company. 1
Lot 6, Bl. IIt .._. Frank J. PHnar ...... nf a. w. KoarkNWV a Fterlde' easpnstion' and 'wh ,(
Detroit, July 21-Appearing this t, Oik I : :: : ...= Frank i. Pltaat :. -: : : :] of NE,. of N-M. NW>i of double meal kr flMJulr within thew (1)5151.
with fuller line of summer Lots It and II. Rlk. 14.. .. ..,.. ... Frank Naff. ... : NW-d1 NE% la RotUini I. T.ara ..- hem the dota rI the tint erwirp
,spring a Lots .1D'"it S' Bla. U .. ... Frank t. Pita .. 1.01 ship 17 Beth, Raan M FAA, coa uo5 n' Ihltt entire.DATRD ,,1
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car than at any other time Lot I 1* -. : : .. L. H. Daemon ._.,,,,,: :t1 talalnl SO ARM mora or kwa la tIM this 10th day 1 Solo. A. 11 It... ,
in its the Ford Motor Lota 4 and (. OIL I* Frank J. Pills 1." county af Dana state of Florida. aaamhraoad EDWARD 'TII.IHII, -....
history Lot S, Ulk II Frank J Purr la Carttfk-ala No ",,,. ( II. 14. II. A.*. 7. 14. II ft .1109. 1
Company has just introduced LOW f to M. Ilk I* .. Frank J: PltnarIhraad : : '::.,= Ln TOO somnolent af aald Property under 4. II. IS SS Oft. .. S. ISMI!! _

another distinctive model, the new ( ) HARRY OOL 81T.I1I. the sea Cartlflraw. kjaoail waa la ha
ana of Model Land c.
Ford V-8 convertible sedan with Tax Dade Oldie Pamir..so.Ftorwa, Ifr... oA IfWIrI of tI&... I. ..: ;1
(Jr. s. U. 17. 14) N '
the built-in trunk. |. Tawmhlp. It *" *" lUiwa lee.. IN 'I
to ARM .w. .r i
According) Ray Allen, manager the onrainier County d ""c: State f Florid, '.
NOTICE
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of the Jacksonville branch aM rd r H1k. riy ondar

Of the Ford Motor Company this III...... It thereby odors that tIM following de.oM.d lads. or lit mark t""""'" .( w said Cwuk.tw 'Wind sea. In iMg'4 tI 1
will be w.w.arr to Par tho amount duo lot NAa"N 1I11"IIiAG.)18TI&II.'T ... the .
be Frank
110ft.top model I* destined to for the roar IBM. berate, art appnlta .a Uw ....... .._II<< with set of soak able .. .1 ,: Avon, Not In I 1j
the actuation of the summer-type ado eeblaw. will aa arid al publlr aaetkai oa Molly, the Old dar af Attaint A. .1 I beetle, 6: Towrblw IT ........ Nutter' 1.l j
Car and with the convenience of Itll, at the hour of II .'.kirk aooa al the north door of the Dada County CoartHi .. : 00 BaaL aaalalnlni I A<.rta mU.N. -. .
the City af Miami ta tin Cauatr af Dada. BUM of Florida. I. the County 01 ........ !\ta.- ..t.ttyoride
the built-in trunk coupled with DaacrlpUaai. *. T. R. A. Mama Taw Tat oo embroiled lit C.rtlfha. If M i iI
Could You Ask?
the youthful airiness of the convertible W uf Nf.4 of IW(4fej ... .. .__ ::
top, will be one of the a ," "1C1ii- ...... . .. _... II M 4 0 aa t. M Mrlkmklf ._...... U*.(I tka Raid tartlfkab la> setaW I
E ; .. NWU R<4 atNWU the. aaaw of llnaaawmUatoaa .
gear's popular touring choices "7 of Srftt. sew aarUfWalaa ...11 .la ,..........., I,I
'* *%. '11'\4 s.roNb.s to taw the Property dw. .1... I
Smart, sleek lines and a tailored of *WI4 .._.... ... .. .. ? ,. 4. IH ,. M: McD-aU. .. 7"." ......... will be ...... to the ...kaM blUfin ,
appearance in the MS of NWS .. M 14 M M Julia Henderson. ot al 111 St at Na CWW.bowe door ... the M." 30,000 Miles on rises
not I NW 4 i af NKU of/ NBlNWK :: I M II 10 Modrl Land CK .- .. teats day in the. month of _..... Ills' to"' h J
are distinguishing mark this of KB' j -.- -'_ -....-.._ I 11 40 40 oVrafaa D. rappra M 10 tIM 7th 4.7 of Se......._. last ,
new addition to the Ford family ins, ft Parlor will Fob tlatad ship Mod dar "f J"I Ir. '''<* ,
tar. ...... A.... .. ..... *. a tKATIirRHAM:
ef motor car Its youthful design solid JIM NWHNW14 ._ .. .. I IT 41 MO Uaralra D. Putter Itstad. Clark of ClmM Cnt.rlnado .
suggests unlimited paver and '* County. Florida.fClmiH Pre.--Rugged-Reliable
iV'TK" ,
IWMMil Cosset Oalj Kr H J.aw n
speed at W4 ...- .. I 17 41 40IT E' o twfrit. a Nab : / 14 II. ".... ,f. 14. IIItiOTICR

*t The long-felt need for ample NCR of VIM .. ..-. .. < 4* NIRon" D "": /. OF MAITIR SHIRNolle 1 .
Jugfag* space in motor car I* i IRL. A Paper :l':;: to kwfer a-lwa laal the .....' I I +

Answered in the built-in ..... ..... Assn .._ 3441 .._ ......1 Maatar la Chaooarr w...' II
( spacious dWV of sit td 7 a7 N 46 Dolaa I'M4J1 and kr v...... of a final lnr.r ijt r.rrkojara I I
FrMtkinal NK\C.;.::::::: 14 .7 44 4l L.II.. Dada Fares, iiMo...: : londnad) In that <..rtnlaaoadlaa sue.
NWU af NWH .v ST W W W. Handaraoa '" Sail la the. CleatS Ouurt f thKwvoalk
Nx W :::::::-::.:.: II IT 4 M Y.: M Daan ,, 11741 JodMal dwelt af ....../ d

1..AIII. LAND i DKVU.OPMRJIT CO's SL"RnK Mac IS ,.... IT .... 4*, sad for Oada County, M Clwwxrr, .0.r:.; I
W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE la Moawauad Building and Uaa AaMalta .
P. IL Fan I* -
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I to Complainant ami V i'
i Lot ... ."'. I ._ ...- __ 1* toalk Dada Faraw, fat. Isis awl Aaajw Maakaw nuaatrbk Per Sale
i Lou II ta I*. Rlk t. .. ., Ie small Dada Pte... I.... ItM rest at A. Smith aa Lknldauw >f :
tAM II la ... Ulk. I .. M C. H. hake teals Rush 01 Nsm.lwdt, Frank L WoNw ,
!TIKE, AUTO.; STORM AND LIFE Lat II. OIL. I .. ''tee-H. korkar .11.11 and -0.... W.hater. his .v.. an b.. I Lawrence FLAjsic

Phone t4-M (Stood) HARRY OOLDarrm: fndaalaIII ail Maadar Uw. fed del lit I
I Tot 00I1weOI'. Auajaat ItM, testament tW tt II
f Office |. HeCrery Arcade Dada Gate. ......... .:rkxdi A. M. and lio. u.Ii..I'. M., :1 -IIOMESTEAD.
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: Pare VAtr\\t THE LF/ADER-ENTERPRISE Friday July 24, 193g
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i{ GOULDS- ROTES Electrical Industry of State Will I I BEAUTIFICATION en second for year the week student ending In fort July Scree-10,

I according to word received from
Hold Lighting Conference in Miami the publicity department of the
OF 4 A RESUMEDAFTER
r WIN AS DIAMOND\ 828th Infantry *ttioned there tt

Miami. July Z3 Representative live Instruction:
Florida Pine to Be Used
BALL RESUMES of the electrical Industry 2 YEARS
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For Famous Board Walk
from all over the state will gather I

T i (Continued From Pare One) here Commercial July 27-30- Industrial for the Lighting Florida Fort Myers July M (I'NS-I) (Continued rPaP;;;; i On)
Burton aided Conference Nationally known Few of the thousand who stroll I
the Rotary pitcher cause materially speaker will conduct two-day along the famous board Walks at I, Club of Princeton; Mr,: K A. En-
program' of lectures and group I Atlantic City N. J., will realize nil of the Woman Club of Homestead
j'r a.4.rr .k i k MM. **'* .kUUhw e t.. ;meeting Exhibits and displays, that at the same time their feet ; J. A McKeehan ef South
HtSw Sk.._.. *| *| t'IM...Vtekiw Sk M *4 I. occupying the entire 17th floor of are on part Of Florida. But such Miami; end Mr. and Mr*. Ben E
; f loft Sk I S I':MnlMllM Ik iAidrnm i: o t the Columbus hotel will be par- will be the case when rebuilding Archer of the Leader-Enterprise I
I. NoI/I.1 lit. I f ilLHtki'MMWtn. ..M. 4 4Blnecm 1 0 ticipated In by 34 national manufacturer of the resort promenade with select who Initiated the movement
r 1 &. '=Ik 4OoMMra : : *. Florida ton>leaf yellow pineIs The planting was carried out to
If s I SIC m 4 completed a point Just north of Ferrlne before
Hwnr rf a S ;=--.If S r 01 the second anniversary An order for 1,000,000 feet of: CWA and county! funds five
program
Totelo.i t li I*'! ToUU .. 4S -S "s I. K. S. Lamp Mart and the lumber was received recently: out and the state road department .
bye Lee lumber failed to the It had
County company produce $9,000
Exposition will be held for two
xot.ry,,.. ....". '. 11 1 f : a 05.a F11a.rp : day In the main lounge and mesa after official of the resort city' laid was in the budget for the 4-A
Seven had concluded a II exhaustive beautification Work. The work to General
aanlne of the Columbus. I
b Two ,::,- hills, N1.kwa. Smiths tki.M. teen manufacturer will Investigator of the best the mar be returned will cover the stretchof
lamp
C..00111 oM lMa.
iM pull I
...,... Hfchayl. k M m tail, off l lOwn. show their latest model and designs ket had to offer In weather- esist- highway from Perrlne to this
1 krt S.J1lt: S, "l 1.ort.hlu 1 off; .tewh i Ow.wrt. for the 1838-37 season. The tag timber. The Florida product city Inclusive.MACET Public Utilities
.ffiLittU. I !. laalss.UMPLM was chosen because Its --- .
hi t limtani I I lamp exposition display will be 1on.wtI I
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100' L' ing heart content make It I dealrsble IS BEST STUDENT
.. to the
ithert and 0-0.1116e.rnm open public I Homestead Phone BIS.M
structural wood 0-ov. Was td RailM J c t Red,an d
r h IGwlda Speaker on the conference I conditions. 'I had the honor Jr't; the 'beat II r---w I I
Told Ih = 9 VIOMIMM rb = I program Include such well known
0.. : 0 I. On'IM ..I I expert a* J. L. Stair chief engineer -
C.Cmyuw4 I S Mtwm p I
Inc., Chicago
O I 1 no r 110 ( 1 a of Curtis Lighting,
Knife r '."' f""Hook. Ik .. I a author of several book and
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Atlanta and Charles Burch: of MI-

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Chapter F F. A., tour ol Kansaswere
given at the meeting of the I been sent out to electrical dealers
Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday lit Florida many of Whom will CORNED BEEF PEANUT BUTTER 3le LARD
make their fall and winter selections -
noon In Legion Hall by Paul ,
of design from this advance . i8e
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stockyard: and grain elevator
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