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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 31, 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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VOL XXIV-NO. 31. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA,.FRIDAY u M.OKNING, l.l..X.l! 1936 PRICE FIVE CENTS



PLEDGE $2215 'Rotary Through Installed Influence in Soochow of Homestead, China ClubThe I REVISED PROJECT FOR POOL




FOR SEWERS INNEGROTOWN movement for establishment -Izatton of a Rotary club there. REPAIR APPROVED BY CITY

of a Rotary Club In Soochow, The sponsorship of the Shanghai

China, *et cm foot by Luther L. club was obtained and the movement -
looked well under way when
Chandler of the Homestead Rotary the death of<< Dr. Sneil last February COUNCIL FILED \WITHWPA

Club when b* and his wife gave the phtn an' almost fatal ,, :

were honeymooning there bat set-back. The Homestead Rotary
year as the guests of Dr. John Club, acting a* _poneor of the -
White and Black Ownersof Snell, Mr. Chandler uncle, hat Soochow club, however, hid Its 110,474 Remodeling Job date the younger children who
Property Attend reached Its goal, according to a member write letter to proapee- have not learned to swim.
letter received by Mr. Chandler Uve member of the China club, Possible if Committee Th total cost Is naturally higher
Meeting Wednesday and Mr. Faupel says In his letter Raises $800 than it would be It the job

The Soochow Rotary Club hu that the culminating organization were let out on private contract
SEEK FINANCING OF beer. installed and It* charter presented of tile club I* due in large measureto OTHER METHODS ARE a* the mm to be employed are

INSTALLMENT PLAN the letter, written on July the driving Influence of the SEEN EXPERIMENTS taken from various walks ot life
2 by Ed Faupel of the Shanghai, Homestead club. and can not be expected to be a*
Rotary Club United States marshal Mr. Chandler had not read the efficient I* a crew of experienced
!All Favor
.Getting WPA for China and chairman of letter from the Shanghai Rotarian Friedman Blueprints Call concrete worker*. Moreover, In .
1 Project to Stave Off the new club committee In China before going to the weekly meeting for Raising Floor and raising the w.lla.4 Inches of the

Sanitation Cfiafc for Rotary, advised Mr. Chandler.At of the Homestead club Wednesday Sides of Tank present! wall will have to be torn
The meeting wa drains with
Mr. Chandler1 luggestion noon. out to connect new
Pledge r totaling $2,213 were obtained Dr. Snell, head of a Urge mission taken up with a report of the district for present drains for the new scum
The revised project proposal
hospital In Soochow, got together assembly at Clearwater gutter.
from owners ot U\
property tended President J. H. repair and remodeling of the methods
the principal business men Of by at-I Various other suggested -
Homestead' colored town who that city and discussed the organ and Secretary George M Horaettead swimming pool, madnece1' Of repairing' the pool were Investigated
met with the city council Monday
,
by the committee and
Might to discuss way and means ) by new rules which referred to Mr. Friedman. Some
of raising th* $3,600 cash portionof Security Dealers Association Scores .U : raised the required sponsor's contribution of them already had been considered
I from IS 20 cent
a required sponsor' contribution to per and abandoned by the
In a proponed WPA projectfor Bond Sharks Who Embarrass Cities' and Increased the minimum Wage county engineer as being too much
laying three'mites ot sewersand Kale for skilled labor to $1 per In the nature of an experiment
laterals in that section of the hour, wa approved Monday
himself ready to
6rlando, July $0 (FNS) A While holding
night by the city council and filed
city.The total cost of the project la. THIEVES ENTERREDLANDII0MES resolution dealer aimed throughout at unscrupulousbond the' Thursday morning with the district draw any plan plans the and committee specification might select for-
set at J8,000. office of the Florida Works
Both whit and colored property !! Mate and designed to preserve the Progress Administration. In Mi Mr. Friedman advised the
likely
I | ethic and respectability of municipal plan adopted a* the one most
anxious to the
owner were see
.
ami.Prepared to give lasting satisfaction.The
I bond dealing In Florida
fund raised In order that by County Engineer
improved
committee Is particularly -
sanitary condition might be established IN DEAD OF NIGHT wan passed at a recent meetinti Edmund Friedman the project u pleased pool with the fact that
In a portion ot Homestead 1 here of the officer and board of presented to the council by Ben laying another slab over the old
that I II rapidly approaching governors ot the Florid SecurityDealer Archer, president of the Redland one willet the bottom of the pool

. a crisis that will tore the state Pants I-.o ck eAuresuDrawers I Association. District Chamber of Commerce now below surface water level
vl, the t
board of health Weep In and diemend Aaea dinS\JollNmp. a*> lM, WItrlflIt"'Ot 8lnt' l'Mt much the ground t !
that never
Ransackedfor and
toclatioiX certain 'dealer attorneys
action. The white property club pool committee cans for a the
minlmlres danger
level and
owner sat Inside the railing thatseparates Cash Only have been purchasing defaulted total expenditure ot 10474. Be- from upward pressure' of a rising
bonds and coupon at discounts the cost had
the council from the fore revision project water table In rainy seasons.If .
audience and the negroes sat outside Sneak thieve entered the homesof and bringing suits against; been set at .428. Increased labor the project Is approved-and

the railing.! City Attorney O the Rev. George 1:. Deuel and distressed municipal taxing such unit obligations cost under the new regulation resulted the pool committee has had every
ot
with collecting -
E. McCaikitl questioned each one hope In the higher figure despitethe
Sand-
from O. A.
E. Reed In Redland Wednesday encouragement
George in full. Condemning the
a. to the size and number of his fact that that revised plan can district director of Florida
lot and whether each could pay night and took cash practice, the association urge Itsmembers 1 for railing only the pool wall and Quiet WPA, In MiamI-the project will
his proportionate share. It wa amounting to.several dollars In to sell past due obligations leaving the concrete walkway to 58 .
explained that It had been estimated each Instance. They ire believedto with care. Sale I It to: be refused around the pool at Its present give employment porject proposal calls persona.The for
when such U to be used a*
of for
an assessment $10 a I height.
have been frightened completion within three month
away the basis of lulls for embarrassing
(0-foot lot The required sponsor' contribution
23-foot lot or $20 for a
would raise the required $3,500 from the residence of Chas. G. taxing unite. In addition, all members formerly set at $1,888, is raited from the tart of work. i
Some of the negro property Turner when Mr. Turner saw a, ere urged to ascertain it possible to 12,218 in the revised propo-
owner laid they_lit raise their flashlight moving In the yard and and make known th* iden- tal. This I I. to be furnished by the
pledge within 30 day Other called out thinking It might be his tity of actual owner of bond so City of Homestead In the form STORMISLITTLE
aid they could pay a dollar or wife. By the time he got up and I Involved and taking such other of certain material and machinery
two a week. A method of financing had his own flashlight to Investigate step a* the board of governors approximately $1,000 of which MORE THAN GOOD
the installment payers will the light outside had disap deem advisable to stop unethical the city already has on hand or

be sought by the council and the ,peared. practice can obtain It was estimated at
white owners of property in the The'Rev. C. O. Nelson who lives the council meeting Monday SAILINGBREEZE J
colored section. next door to the Turner home, night Cash for the purchase of
Following the meeting with the found the screen door of his house WOW AUXILIARY the remainder will be met from

property owners regarding the open yesterday morning when he an appropriation of $300 previously No Fruit or Trees Reported -
(Continued on Page Three) got up, but U thieve entered they HOLDS DISTRICT voted by the council and a in Red-
were frightened away before they fund to be raised by popular subscription Damaged
got anything, he said. benefit entertainments ]land DistrictThe ,
RATS KILLED BY The thieve ransacked a bureau ASSEMBLY HERE dances and bill game and other ,j
an*"a pair of Mr. Deuel'i trousers means to be devised by the way weather bureau My the a
HUNDREDS NEAR while he and Mr Deuel slept and mean sub- omnJJte* ef center of Tuesday's storm passedever
From the bureau they took a handbag By-Iawa Changed and Officers which Mr E. J/Dyil 1* chairman Florida City and Homestead,
containing Mrs. DeueF purse. and Chan J. Cave 1* treas and the recording barometer in ,
HERE LAST WEEKWill The handbag wa found outside Chosen by Wood- urer. The amount to be raised by the Dixie Drug Store around t
the house on the front steps yesterday men's!!! CircleThe the pool committee will be be- which the citizen gather at such
!I I morning with the purse tween $700 and $800. The com- time showed a low of 28.43 for .j
: Reduce Annual Damage missing. The pent they searched Woodmen' Circle district mittee already has pledge for the period when the storm center
I bad nothing in the pocket A convention held here July 23 was about one-third of this amount. was supposed to b* here. However
to First and Second pair containing Mr. Deuel' pocketbook presided over by Miss Evelyn The pool repair and remodeling little more .than a good; sailing !l-
Hands of Tomatoes I hung behind a door and were Hamilton of Miami district president project was made necessary breeze wa experienced anywhere ;
I'I not discovered by the intruder and Attended by delegates because cracks have developed in In the Redland District
Hundreds of dead Fort the bottom slab permitting waterto Resident still
rats on the At Mr. Reed' home, the thieves from Fort Plere, Pompano were wondering r
roads of the Highland section and took his trousers from the bed- Lauderdale, Miami and Homestead escape when the pool 1 II filled when! the wind would start getting
along; both bank ot the Florida room while he and Mr*. Reed slept chapter a. well a* Mate and and underground water to enter brisk then the announcementcame .
City canal, attest to the efficacyof I national officer when the tank I* drained. To that the center of the storm r d
and after taking hit pocketbook,
a rat poisoning party held by which was In one of the pockets, Miss Myrtle Oil Crump of overcome this condition and place hid passed over this area. '
farmers of those area last Friday watchIn (Continued on Page Four) the pool In Use County EnllnHrfriedman' Fruit and fruit trees were unscathed -
left them In the yard. A gold
under the supervision of County plan call for laying in the Itedland District,
another pocket was not taken.110I' ,
Agent C. H. Steffani. Forty bushels else of value, THE WEATHER another slab on top of the cracked although avocado and grapefruitIn
we anything
of sweet potatoes furnishedby OltUh MtkOT nfort r DM a.btesskai portion In the deep end and railing the Perrlne-Rockdale districtare
the county and sliced and mix- .with the exception of money t.aatm..M ...t..... .. the aid wall to maintain the said to hive suffered from
:
ed with poison at the Florida East taken in either of the place en- Dal* Mini 7r"; axis present depth and meet A. A. U. high winds.

Coast Grower packing house, tered. ,July 17 ___.. 93 n requirement The Miami area got the brunt .fI'
were distributed by volunteers July It __. II It 30.111 The pool, 60 feet wide by 1<9 ot the blow, but (0 mile an hour .
taken through the almost submerged BOUND OVER ON CHARGE July 19 _.r 12 69 feet long, I 11 eight feet deep at its wa the highest puff of wind exdperienced I
firming section: in truck OF STEALING LIMES July 20 .__ 90 TI 30.02 deepest point and three feet deepat there.ITEFFANI \
Mr. Steffani said the cooperative Charged with stealing limes July 21 92 n 30.04 .14 its shallow end. Raising the
effort to kill off the rat while from the grove of J. R. Brook July 22 __ .1 U 30.10 140 pool wall approximately one foot TO ATTEND .-.. ,
their foraging 1* limited, win undoubtedly and others, J:. J. Futch, colored, July 23 .0 11 10.10 would Increase the minimum CAMP IN NATIONAL FOREST
reduce the damage to wa bound over to court of crime July 24 10 72 30.03 depth to four feet, but to offset
to the first and second hand of, Friday at a hearing before Justice July 25 89 14 30.08 .01 this, Mr. Friedman at the request County Agricultural Agent C
tomatoes which annually has averaged of tile Peace S. L. Kendrick In July 26 -1 TI .01 of the pool committee provided H. Steffani of Homestead win
from 23 to 40 crate to the Homestead. Futch wa arrested July 2T :: ; 30.03 for construction of a cement platform leave Monday to accompany 24
ere. He laid that the poisonedbait by Deputy Sheriff Frank Irwin, July 28 -----4 i 2..13'1.05: '| on* foot deep and 20 feet Dad County 4-H boys to the state
was spread ever 60 to 80 mile!,pec:1a1I1'OYe patrolman for South July 28 -I .4 I 74 wide at the shallow nd. Thin tfc* 4-K encampment In the Ocala err
of roadway last Friday. ,Dode. July 10_- '11 1 :2 .041 .23 pool Will continue to accommo- I Uonal forest

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I Page Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, July 31,1936.' ;


1 This Area North Outpost of Mahogany iwatrance preeeat grim testimony and practically impossible la the.
a *f tie fiance struggle for existence wet season, so the shallow bay I*
In U. S., Writes C. II. Rice in MagazineOnly Nevertheless, wood from than the most feasible approach to the Knowl-edge I
BMhoiany tree Invariably poa- center of the hammock. the are that the made
'. seem an unusually fine grain .But the pioneer of the lower. ra U,e --so eminently successfulfor
Hf toaccesstWJity protects biter for all indlgeneou mahogany I with design! of striking beauty key who visited Madeira Hammock poatbnlWIng. la really Swie- !
the hit large each of florid mahogany -I oa the mainland except for a few While the choicest\ mahoganytrees : early In the nineteenth century tenia mahagont-genuine mahogany -
from exploitation and extinction very inaccessible places has been! of the Florida Keys, like put mahogany to no prosaic ,
says C. Hagler Rice, instructor those on the mainland have long use, These! men lived by raising The demand I* so great that but
cutThis
of manual training at so-called madeira tree, the ago been exploited few various, fruit* and ft..tab.ad by fishing for the discovery of other and
Homestead High School. In an car* botaueally classified Swletenlamuhagooi commercial use, pupil In manual but they devoted muck time more abundant species! of mahnoge
tick, Th Northern Outpost ol is the one true mahogany training classes of the Homestead,I I to watching for ship wrecked on any the Swletenla of Florida
Mahogany", published In the June indigenous to the United Florida, High School have recently I the Florida reef that stretched In- would probably be extinct
number of American I'om"III States and before exploitation extended constructed some creditable reproduction to the Atlantic in front of their t
magazine of the American Forestry -,. as far north as the southern furniture. home During the era of tailing, Little Willie had goo to bring
Association shore of Lake Okeechobee. Pioneer settler long the lower vessel stranded ships the kittens In. Hit father, hearing
The mahogany each alluded to! Symbetlc of the romantic among Florida Key to the first part of common spectacle, and wve:1: a shrill meowing, called out:
I*, of course, Madeira Hammocknear woods, from the time Sir Walter the nineteenth century diligently a wreck was sighted there ensueda "Don't hurt the kitten, WUller
Cape Sable Mr Rice article I Raleigh carried pints from Jamaica sought the so-called madeira tree spirited race between the men "011"-no," said Willie "I'm can
reveal that the quiet, modest to England and dramatically for use in building boats These' who lived behind the reef. The I rylng them carefully by the
man who has developed the local introduced It to Europe by I pioneer soon cam to prefer the first to reach the Ill-fated vessel, .ma-Ex.;
achoola manual training department having table built for Queen mahogany growing on the mainland -I could rightfully claim the largest i
Into an aggregation of woodworking -I Elisabeth there are two more or to that of the key Though reward In the small centerboard
craftsmen who attract less apocryphal stories which endeavor possessing remarkable strength I I I schooners: rarely over sixty feet I
national attention through the to explain why this glamorous and amazing resistance to decay i imahogany ,.I. In length, which these hardy pioneers -
quality and beauty of their work species Is today called madeira. maturing on the key 1* I used to reach the wreck a*
In Florida mahogany, has been going One story, current among I hard and liable to>> be well a* for fishing, and a* the chief
places and seeing things at old resident of the Florida Keys. Hence this wood was less .brlttl.I vehicle of communication: mahogany P
well ai hearing them In his spare Is that the name madeira resulted for boat building than th was probably employed for
time. Hit story la the American from English-speaking efforts to tough wood found on the lOR-I Its first systematic use Since then I E
Forest followsThis : shorten! madera de caobe -the land j'the bulk of the mahogany hasbeen
I* the story of genuine mahogany Spanish term for mahogany Just north of Cape Sable. a veritable I used In the construction of
and how It has grown Another suggest that the wood Is cache of mahogany wa discovered ..a wide variety of fishing boats I
and been utilized for generations called madeira because of its similarity by these pioneer, The i and In the Key West sponging
under another Mm tn'the count in color to the red tree were suitable for boat building schooner. They are an rough and I .
try which is the world largest Madeira wine, so prevalent In the' and so delighted the early I ready craft whose crude external 1
consumer Of this wood. It Is the Vest Indies during the eighteenth settlers by their abundance that appearance give no hint of the
story of mahogany in the UnitedStates. century and earlier they called the place Madeira beautiful cabinet wood which I
GeneralPublic
The area In which mahogany Hammock name It till bear form their rib and frame
Our supply of this remarkable grow In Florida can be divided Its peculiar Isolation has destinedit Today, however, we find an I..
timber la confined to the lower tip In two distinct divisions the to be the last remaining stand Ironic climax to those distant I Utilities
of Florida, and traditionally the mainland and the Florida Keys. of indigenous mahogany the year when pioneer of the lower ;
wood Is more reminiscent of distant This natural but arbitrary subdivision United StateLSomewha' Florida Key used mahogany In I
tropical Islands than of temperate of the mahogany area Is resembling a low their wrecking boat The federal Homestead Phone .IS-III
United States. Yet there substantiated by the geographic ridge, Madeira Hammock stretches : lighthouse service use this time I
Is an unhappy halo about the passing contrast between mainland and east along the lower Up of the so-called madeira In the boat and
of this distinguished aristocrat bland. The difference} I* also ev- Florida peninsula almost directly structures that help make the
of cabinet woods from our ident In the character of the wood north of Cape Sable, and extend treacherous Florida reef safe for I I
boundary unheralded and with as found in respective parts of the for a distance of about twenty modern mariner. The wood I II II
few regret! miles Its width varies to a maximum obtained locally: and after th('
Perhaps some of the Indifferent area.As a rule, mahogany trees that of approximately two miles, manner of the earliest settlers of "'
'c manifested toward the rapid grow In the Florida Keys never often with only a thin fringe of I the keys It forms the timbers ONLY
diminution of our Misting mahog- become as tyrge as those on the mangroves and a few scattered Islets tomes, stem and stern post foiI MONKEY
an\ tiers is due to confusion At- mainland. Key Largo, an Island separating It from the sea on I i I their station boat and small lighthouse i JUNGLE
tee one become! accustomed to, large enough to afford several the south To the north It Is partitioned j I I tenders It Is itlll called IN THE U.S.
such phrases a* mountain mahogm locations having practically the from civilization by vast madeira and the lighthouse service ,
for the western Cercocarpualedifolius : lam environment aa Is found on stretches of desolate Everglade!: I patrols the same territory i' J.
California the lower part of the mainland, swamp country I where the wreckers once maintained "alolla Drift west
for Rhus Integnfolla, maho'lIn'j s an exception. Here, still stand|liven i today the best approach I sharp lookouts for of Nar.nJa head
hoganuy for Tamala borbonla and several mahoganlea with trunks to this unusual stand of ed ships. .trand'I' ADMISSION toe
numerous other so-called laving a diameter of nearly three la through small Madeira More recently, raids on
anies It Is not difficult feet On the other Florida keys, Actually, Madeira Bay is a b. Bay.l I maliflng supply of this famous a es t
the fallacious attitude that maho'-I<< : here are few mahogany tree side of a bay, for this alight
ine mahogany doe not I more than twelve or eighteen I tation of the mainland I II situated
this country Moreover, then n: Inches in trunk diameter It II.. within the Bay of Florida No
popular misapprehensions! arc well also to remember that road connect the hammock with
augmented by the fact that In the tenla mahagoni of the West sWI"j civilization on the north. Land
one locality In the United States where It I Ia often called travel through the swampy Everglades -
where genuine mahogany grows mingo and West Indian mahogany I II difficult In dry weather
Indigenously, the traditional and Is seldom much larger than
common name Is madeira. three feet In diameter This characteristic -
Many of the relatively few people distinguishes it from I
who live In or near the mahogany Other mahogany species which /Ttttamif
area have seen this famous grow In Central America and attain lf7Np/OA
species, and because It Is called considerably larger size
I
madeira, have remained Ignorant Sometimes near the edge of saltwater
of the fact Others have wantonly In crevice where only thin
cut and burned the wood little soil cover jagged coral rock or I
suspecting that they were destroying whipped by hart wind from the
genuine mahogany Such unhappy sea, mahogany grows along the
Instance occurred fairly Florida Keys under circumstance:
frequently during the Florida real which appear Impossible for a c 11ttqiD
estate boom of the past decade, tree Contorted trunks, torn
but their repetition Is not proba- branches, a general scraggy ap 11 j tl j

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RemodelRepairALL :

W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE NEWT G. BALLNotary

PiibbcFinn national signs point to the biggest

FIRE AUTO: STORM AND Lin IKSITOANCE AND building remodeling and home modernizing
abate ...... "TDBKD UTI -
Office is MeCrery Arcade *. N. Iran Ate year that this country has ever
I seen. We suggest an early start for all

- - those planning construction of kind.
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Stop mi tk. Let us assist you with your building or

Any permanent wav :fote1{ Pattlcla) remodeling plans.Materials .

of all kinds
won't de 111 4c SECOND AVENUE !

AU Outside Rooms with
IF IT Is lumber we have It in plywood, veneer,
TWo year',your vse. most be ptrftrtth Private Bath InrJ'ij sash, doors, mlllwork, moulding, lath fram
_! fame of If 1 It la composition materials, wall
t }irmnml cull
( COOl. CLEAN QUIET: board, asphalt shingles, tile, sand, lime or cement here
lot the maps of row....TWi the you will find them Use our plan book* .. No cost
(tied we give. you with stsnranra+ Overlooking Biscayne Bay to you Let us make estimate on materials and labor
for we ..e the InMnatlaeally fu > You are under no obligation Call or phone, 507-J. .
ass tvgeae Method, with. latest awcbtakal Two Blocks to Shops,
bionxesMats sad. gtaainefugia
Sacbtta "Shopping mtaxfwoe1 Theatre and Business ,

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Barber Shop "i $1.50 sinlle$2.50 douhle.PHIaI

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& Beauty Parlor Faulty, Weekly !gal _

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'\ Home Co. Noses July Schedule ; nhlr ..b : ass Potatoes Bake in Ground I "Where" you working?" i

': Out Brooker 9-8; July II vs. Hanw.- Burton vs. HotawOouMs -', _Y 5 l i e;, rs !i i:i i And Apples Dry on Trees I relief"1 ain't Job Pathnoittr warning I've Ma got wu n.

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Rotes Swamp InnW. Aug. I RoUry .....T.veI'II' .. 'I 1.1' Mrs. Henry Carter of Redland j I
Store; HWTM 4s. dantafef.Aug. 110 1 who has just returned from Os-

s Burton vi. Rustic Inn; .. '7-. : : :'Albs.Y : : kMh. ., where she visited relatives GROVE
D. Horne Co. nosed out Goulds vs. Brooker. S I 1 and attended a summer

Brooker Lumber Co., .-., Friday = _J1 -4 1 1\.10 iI i lsea school for ttachers says that during THEATRE
night In a diamond ball game featured 01801'-1 the last two week of her stay CCONSJT GROWN
by; many hits for both teams. The StandingsA a1-: Wioioo. D.at:. a t 0- I drought MM) heat conditions were
The Horne to.... __ thaw 1 and S AdsaJssUiMattaee 250
boys started the vetsraw I at a point where "potatoes baked
t d .. 0II Sat ...
and t
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slugfest in the last half of the I '" I in the ground and apples dried on
first Inning with lour hits. that Team W L PetBrooker i the trees." 3tolRs.

scored three runs, to which they 12 Job i itawlraa now 'M 0.015.5 During the I
added another In the second The Goulds .. -=..:.:= 8 4 ;MAdoninger early part of her IVN. MON.
visit the weather
Brooker team got one run in the ._..__._ 4 5 ...tl $2215 Pledged for Sewer coot,, but toward the was end pleasantly1 the mer-1 i iCUI'7 JESSIE 3IATTHE\\'S
second and in the first half of the Home -__ I b JOO
went high 104 {
M as degrees, ROBERT YOUNG
BLeagMTeam In Quarters at leeUng'Contlnued.From
third slammed In six to step into Mrs. Carter sold.Townsend ,
the lead, 74.However W L I -

Horne Co. came back Notary .. ...___._ 7 t Pct.1 "It's Love Again"
with five runs in the fourth inning, Tavern Store ____ 6 4 .ass ( Page One) i Club Years

and from then on both teams Burton .. .__ 4 f .400, proposed sewer tine, the council I

tightened their playing and no Rustic Inn _._-,._, a T .300 tn adjourned aesslon from the preceding I Report on Conventions) TUII.tEn..

runs were scored in the fifth. i Monday night's regular PETER LORRE

' Brooker waa unable to overcome Packers Skunked meeting, authorbwij City Attorney B. B. PuUen delegate to the nat- \ -
Home's fourth-Inning lead although tonal Townsend convention held "Secret Agent"
I McCasktll and Light and Water
it did get one more run In By Goulds Burton I recently In Cleveland, gave a report !
the sixth. ; Superintendent Gordon Ivey to go at the meeting of the Homestead :

In the fifth inning Randolph Downs TavernierIn to Jacksonville for a conference Townsend Club In the Ntvs !I THVRS. rut

Caves of the Horn team made a with PWA officials on the city's King Cooper School auditorium i EDMUND LOWE'Thunder
snappy double play by lumping' I Sunday afternoon. I -4u-
that the loaned
in the air to catch a hard drive by what is believed to be one request money
Delegates chosen to attend ai i
and granted for repair of the municipal in the
of the worst diamond ball
Garland Wynn, Brooker batter.
water system be trans state convention of Townsend
send then whipflng| the ball to oven ever witnessed In 'W.lk.1 ferred to the fund for rebuilding: clubs to be held at Lakeland tomorrow Night"SATURDAY
Goulds skunked' .
Cowman on second to put out Men.) stead and Sunday for the purpose
Cormlck. Packing Co., 18-0 Monday of electric light lines. Mr. Ivey
said they would go as soon as the of endorsing I candidate for
'in the 9league seine which: on the city field. Errors, too hum- weather became settled. I the senate In the primary to be TIIIS WEEK
preceded tl'le'l league contest, the:' erous to mention caused the
The council worked far into the held next month are Mr. and CHAS. STARRETT
Rotary: Club team flattened out! Packers' downfall. Timely: hits by i of Mrs. P. B. Bird and David Sulll-
night on an appraisal property I 4a-
Rustle Inn of Matecumbe 19-1. Goulds helped also to run up the van. Alternate are Paul Pullen i
within the city at actual market
The Rotary sponsored players icore. Lucy, Goulds secondbaseman "Stampede"WANT
: value as prepared by W. M. Brad Rufus Graham and A. W. Jones.
took the lead from the outset. led the batting with tour I
for the council In seeking The of the local
ley use by weekly meeting
Close heels
Rustic Inn made Its only run, a singles. on his was I
-settlement with the city's Townsend Club will be held as
homer by J. Gates, In the fourth George, shortstop for the same ADS PAY

inning rive doubles, a triple and club, with a homer and a double. bondholders. usual___this__ _Sunday.___ ___ __ _____ m .
ten singles constituted the numerous The first game of the evening

Rotary: hits, between Burton's DepartmentStore
Horaa .. f k BraaWPiaM d e 10 and Tavern Store of
Ik 4 I a Slwrar VOwuuaSB 4
aaai: : 4 1 Borrow NO :: tnlsrb 11 nicr was closely
1 Harris ab 4U I ton however finally forged
Ca.'bl : : t O'Bmob.r, lb 4 t Tover.1
4 1 a Thanes .. 4 I I to down the Tavern You
Caves ... 4 0 I Nom .. 4 1 1M.t Burton scored one run In
'i. If S S 0 MoCr'n lb 4 1 I
R. C.m'H af I I liWS ,.. If I t I inning and the key club come I
Wawa v 1 I VnllUar. itII t tI a to tie the score in the second.
---I -- need all these
Tatoo..1 S IIIToUb .It. NBroolter Another of their men crossed the
._.._.0 I 4 0 0 I 0a
plate in the tint of the fifth, but,
H... ., I. I O. a- 0
Erron. KfaW. wows, B......... Theories.b. not to be out-done the Burton '

" *'fwo; ... Hi., ar-.... Gwastea t.P1.14. boys farted oft with a single and modernfeatures
E.... He.... Tbs.... l O, hen the third man up smacked
eMUwa0 Tb.w-Mw 1ta0..t yesaw a double to 'put home the tying
...
row| UoukW Blam.Canr. 00 (I IM nee.
kalb off Watson S.ThersOmb run. Three more runs were chalk
Ml hr WaUn* 0. ttwraat 4. ed to give the locals their winning
u.,... lime and ---_, up
margin I

IIotu7 .10. kR..tt.Ism, ab r 10III. The only homer of the game
..... I. .. 0 4 0 Carey If a. 0 to complete motoring satisfaction
get
AMbraoa lk. 1 1"Thol a.M M s 0 I was hit by Sylvester of the Tavernier
raeka rf I t I W. Cates ... 41 0 0 club. .
finish IkHtekmi 4 I .iJ. Cot-. Ik a l. I
a ;' .7 4 t I Ir.i:..:,...: : : 0 1lotr t-: .y.r0 .. .1 ': ft'Claalnvar 4RRohrerUa' at r :

M.IU a .. j SSliuara site 1f I,'a "N.' _. 0
Uf" : :
I Ii I S : 014.bw. Day _' a a I H. ftohrar Ik IHrotra .
0 S (Carter IkKukank G.roe.r.4 a M Srmwli .
Ooa. .:If a S a t : .: N ,,_ Sir 'I $ Ik I 0 'I
If rinds II. 0 .0 111..._. a 4 Smut e., ICkaiuln .
---I Inbwu rfHiutS.rf a 1 s Sullivan or 1 I
Totals 41 IS lllTotalt' ".1 1 S e 1 1''''''''In... SO, 0 41I1B
Rosary .1 I S S S : *-! Souls I' 4 1 I.... rt 2 0 0 :
Rustle Inn : 5 1 0 a-- 1 VI6ts. If 1 elNr.roll
Erron, AaUwwa. Taampw. f. CaM t. : A R i '
Two kaw hlU, Sincere, Ikaiman. S. cf AToUb J Ji
N. ll, TliiM iHM kHa.
Horn -"j. CaM Baaa oa ':1i..uc"J: If II IS Totals II uClaalMar >
Nelson 7 hiidn T: aura out, br 8la.aora .SestSOO-S : 'l \
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Untplna R.kMet.A If.:Two trail* 1 aulllran L your own safely aojlba aafetjf. Toe.....<| a MUD STEEL one-pi laws Ton BS e J KNKE C:T i O N61othertiewleetodayedriviag
haM klta. Onnra Raula. KimrolU. "
aw'ell! Jeelltlel\ x;*r ri talk.air CkwIiurM S, Slatu Ml t. Day I/ eooditioav,, Tbrae brake arenVpamtuUa pots cuoo,'J;;" modem car styling fur w anaiimua riding -'art,
And speaking ot new Inventions 8..aek stab, Clealnm ,. Natttoai I.
1Ja' t: Hits Olt CImleyes a In 4 I.' ", .1_. the -1464 ..oAsst, and most the grMiMt degree of eooloos Summer baeaute t.ee the.
there Is the scientist who U.OIran Row. and Mobeb.r1. brakes ever buflu aod warmth la _bal<<. world's SalMt. a.oolbe.titide
was explaining to a Mend his mechanical .

"You see bathtub," the;wizard said with Chevrolet is the only v-priceti car that fIllS them allII

pride, "all I have to do Is press Let Us

this little button and the bathtub

filled with water comes sliding Into RejuvenateYour

my bedroom through that door

on this track. Car
And, as he pressed the button In
demonstration, the bathtub glided 8"

Into the room-with his wife In 1UEx. WoodWork I

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Body, Fender Repairs

Tops and Trimming
Individual
The You Sena CF.\ol-r."E! F141iTR Yom Seed a HiCfi-1110fPRr.4.
Tell me, air. Who was braver Seat Coven NO DRU..fESTrr''11iN"'lW SOONV4tNR-t .:I1EADEN.1: : R T..nail 551MWXPR00V0TVVit.,

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"My wife's first husband. Paint Shop ahJold-ind gin each passenger _+ f itkl .,.., Ia a full"awe" oaarir.lf.' tloa> than ,

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Paw Four TIlE. LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday, July 31. 1936. \

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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Woodmen's Circle Hold LIBRARIAN'S CORNER fflllBiaiBlillllllllllllllMllllIIIIIB.:,,??;,


rnbUsked Friday at lUme.otead. District Assembly Here BT ..... b I* BOW UBRABIAH 'I 20 Years Ago'inllIlIIlIIIIIIIIIUlIlIllIllIllIlIllIIIli :, -\;

Fla., by the south BaderBblbhlng (Continued From Page One) ,

Cfc Tampa state manager and national UIIAIT NOtIMNoukr raising of the submarine Number t

outer sentinel, was introduced W.*MMr. Tknwbji 04 .. seTewdar. 81 is twice a* popular a* the story 1IH1
PEN ARCUCE ....______._...Editor by Mrs Sarah Martin; Min riMarl I* .. a-I P w. Fathom Deep." t
Mildred Wheeler of Lakeland account, "Thirty Tam r-ti-/.a aaam S.kw '
9 .aturdeyIasw..lsHa.m.taetia. :: ::; :
.
books and 6000 fromaswNM .
En"'rol1D4 cUM null state president, wa introduced by We have both of these 06Waa44 war. 116 18U. ./
matt? MardI I. 111:1.: at tae post Mr Alice Walter; and Mrs. What do boys like to read In both are rather apt to accumulate M She Milk FtorU. a-ea r. : Y

office at Ilemestesd. Florid wider Myrtle A. Depew of Fort 1'1_. an effort to solve this problem, dust ;
the OCt .f Mart .. H7t.SUB. district manager and state past The librarian of one of the city August 3&1.916
Dr. W. W. Charters of the University
president, was Introduced by Mn think It's
of In 117 and libraries ha this to say about boy you disappointing. I
Chicago 107
Pearl Davit Other ,
MICE tt M A TEAR Lacey visitors to plan on a fishing trip and then
were Mrs Lois Ward and Mn again In 1P27 sent questionnaire and reading: "TM real reasons I have to crank your engine for

Mary Hoard of Vere Beach and to libraries In various section of believe why some boy do not three hours, ask Frank Rue tad
WeatherI Mrs Ella Murray of Winter. the country asking for a lilt of read are: 1. Inability to master the Roy Flora Mr. Kosel will testify'Ii"'Ii"It
Beach twenty-five books most popular mechanic of the printed page that they both trained their 'cms'
love the nla Two candidates, Mrs. Lena Liston with the boy readers You will notice and 2, Lack of understanding or vocabularie"
The soft ,drop*'splashlnf on the Imagination to enjoy the page
window of Fort Lauderdale and MnRetna these list were made at ten -"We taw a fine bunch: of red' ;
pan Mitchell of Pompano, were year Intervals It la almost time to after It it read. That expressionof grapes weighing an even pound
Lull me to ilccp opinion by one so closely associated -
Initiated Into the order. make another list Comparing the
that were grown by S. F Mttttvtews
I hope to keep boy and book
with
Mrs list we find six title' appearingon . ,
the hit
On Crump poke on method I on place |
to
dreaming but not of hurricane. something
a should give parent
the lint list in I toT retain their "'
of winning a trip to the national think about WHY cannot the boy 'Mn. Oscar Thomas and MnJ
convention In Omaha, and i popularity and appear in 1917 and read J B. Moffett have returned from
I wake I Mr*. Ward Invited the local groveto ttlll survive In 1927. "Toby Tyler" and girl of high school age a two week visit to their sister;i iMr
book to
again the title on the say
by Otis head all three lists withStevenaon' C. W. Hill of Miami/
But attend the meeting to be held And ;..
row I hear the wind end nothing of the printed pager
I In Vsro in September.Bylaw "Treasure Island" and and "Arch Campbell till taken thej
roaring main. why cannot these tame boys
Mark Train's "Tom Sawyer' second for Texas
and lubrl'clnts
I'd like tide blow change were made and girl write I legible signature to agency gas" ,
and third. The other title are this
In section
If I could know" report were read from ill the a lebleet"r! ? And I I. it asking
'Half Back" by Harbour, 'For -"Rev. C. G Nelson and 'wife
That grove In the district and from re-
this U not a tropic hu: toe much to expect them to lean
Honor of the School" by the lame turned Sunday on the morning .
rlet.ne10' the Vero Beach, Lakeland and to SPELL In the library at Homestead I
author and "Huckelberry Finn" train from month's vacation
Tampa : a and \
grove of the
by Mark Twain. W* have In ourlittle we are wry proud visit relative In
I've hoped In vain, Plan were made to tend clothing reading of com of our boys and among Indiana'
library these six title Of and ,
Bauer of
-"J M. family Red
The wind and water shriek and other thing needed to the much
sometimes
girls, and very -
the six only two gather grime instead land are on their way home from
high school girl In the children
through nattered pan. embarrassed by others. Some boys
of dutt We ':
can completelywear in their Ford It
Philadelphia car.
The whole house shakei. home at Sherman Texas, who h.i are eager to discover and learn
out twelve copies of Tom I* believed that Mr. and Mrs The.,
Each, brave heart quakes, been adopted by the grove!! of thin Sawyer and Huckelberry Finn more than they know at present; Brewer are with them." >
And pray, "God save ui thru districtThree boys, and girls too, look
tome '
every year The other four are apt "Sam Melnstry doesnt know:,
of
the officer elected
this hurricane for
all knowledge tt a bore or
to spend long period on the shelf upon whether to finish his house or not
the next six month are members
be avoided.
1 something to
dust Some librarians t
gathering Why I* It SamT1Aunt
> -Nell K. Walker, of the local circle: Mn. Ruth Godwin ,
I
say these six title would be Included -
July IS, 193fl banker: Mr Sarah Martin,
In a list made today and The following correction appeared : Hetty: 'Saket alive, I
auditor; and Mr*. France Coktrchaplain. '
1 Other officers that book by London, Pyle, Verne in a village paper: i don't believe no woman could ever ",
elected
Florida Old Age PensionsThe Pease and Will James will be noted "Our paper stated last week be to fat"
were: president Mrs Myrtle Vln-
son of Pompano; pad president among most popular book for that Mrt John Doe i I. a defectiveIn Uncle By: "What y* reading .

sympathy of the people of Miss Hamilton; auditor, Mrs. Ada boytOn. I the police farce This wa n now, Betty'"
Florida for Its aged U now being Patterson and Mrs Katie Andrews librarian reports Commander typographical error. Mr. Doe It Betty: "Why, this paper tells
put to the tent Within few short ; secretary, Mn Florence ElIIber,'. "On the Bottom;'I really a detective in. the police about a woman that lost 200Q

weeks the decision: will be handed Francis; captain, Mn Kate Broom: giving the true account of the farce"-Ex,_. pounds" _
--"-
down a> to whether 1000 old men attendant, Mn Pearl Lacey: assistant .r i
and women, all over seventy yean attendant Miss Lena Li'.
of age and all helpless and In nnd'i I ton; Junior supervisor. Mrs Rethi HIPLOEH
I arc to b4 granted email monthly' Mitchell; Inner sentinel, Mrs Loule -
allowances' to bring comfort and I Andrew, outer sentinel, Mrs.
e security to them for the few short Christian; reporter, Mrs Ruble
+ year they have yet to live. I Pnfford, musician, Mr Florence

} The decision will be handed Thompson; adviser, Mrs BeulnhEchroll.
down by (7 board of county com.miselonerswho .
are the governing Mn Ada A. Young of :homestead -
j
boards of the 87 counties. H It was presented with a 29-
thin group of 333 Individual year service pin by Mist Crump.
five from each county whose"Yea" Boxes of crystallUed fruit were
or "Nay" will mean so presented to )Alto Crump. Mils
much to our aged But It U really Wheeler Mrs. Die pew and Mrs. v r //F
the people of Florida who wilt Laura Welch by the local grove / l9eaas

'., make the decision, for It Is to the I The next meeting. it was announced -
people of Florida that the 339 win be hell in Pompanoin
I county commissioners are lookingfor October. ,

the signal The county commissioners i At 6 o'clock a banquet wa

are now going throughthe :' served by Mn Florence Pacetti,
difficult process of making up local guardian, assisted by: Mi '
county budget and fixing tax levies Nora Smith Mrs. Pearl Cooper
Public hearings are being and Mrs Godwin.
I held on all county! budget. County At 8 o'clock the following program '
commissioners want to know
was presented to large audience -
what the taxpayers Want County of members and visitors bj
commissioner will vote ye or no! Mrs "Coker who wag, assisted b)
il on old 'g* assistance M the local Mr. Godwin and KiN J'llJUlrCIordy

,1 taxpayers' indicate: I : song of welcome by tull-
i If the people of Florida want to be and Mary EJJcn Bearing Vera
) bo taxed Sufficient amount to and Anne Rheney and, ArdeU Par-

pay from local taxes an averageof man; saluat to flag and ringing
about eight dollars per mouth I of /America" address) of welcome t
:j for the old people who are In! by Preston B. Bird former 0/1

) they must say so to their raco leed'j mayor of Homestead; response by '.
commissioners. If they Miss Wheeler: harmonica duet by
Ing to be taxed to this Robert Grubbs and Carl Van
'\ another eight dollar per month I Winkle; talk on "FraUrnaliam
: will be paid by the federal government by John Frederick, winner of state 1lgtb
through its social security i
Future Farmer oratorical contest;
board to match county fund reading by Richard Bigger; talk

after on Woodmen' Circle. juvenile
work by- Miss Crump.
ture of Florida It the amounts Members present besides those
needed are not Included in, county named Included: Mn Clara Mae
budgets, the legislature remain Raines. Mn Lillian Saxon and

the only source The member of Mrs Lucille A. Green of Pl>mpa- ,WAs1111 ,,;::,e4StQM
"i' the state 'Dddllltrlc1 boards of no; Mrs Cell Dodge and Mrs.Sarah .
r social welfare art doing their brat Rcnfrae of Ft Lauderdale;

to get the program under way Mm. Bessie Man, Mrs Rachel
t They need the help of the peopleof Herman, Mrs Mabel William

Florida who are in sympathywith Me*. Tslmadge William and / M.

providing just a small measure Marr of Miami; R. a Henaon, J. ..
of comfort and security to I M Shaw, Ralph Brantley and D.B. y Voft
the _,eel. Brantley of Coconut Grove,
What will be the answer?--Social Albert O. Depose of Fort Pierce;

Welfare Review.Accidents and Mn Thelma t Bedford Mite >A claim the distinction of producing a a detachment of the regular Army, to leap posse

i Pearl Whltsker and Miss JfeUle CJU.r quantity of CELERY: daring the fall between the settlers and hostile Indiana located?'

by Hours) Mae Martin elf Homestead winter and spring than any ether total In 1933 en Tampa Bay in the lower harbor of tbe city of

and 1934 (latest available 'gwes} Florida predated Ttwpvlt tared in many Ustorteal Incidents The

I Most automobile accidents ee- a* meet' death occur between Sand a total of 8,021,000 crates of celery for a Poet wo named for Col George Brooke,'and tore s

cur from five to six o'clock in the > clock In the)evening.There .valuation of $4,945,000, while California tea It ww that his distinguished/ son, John Mtrcae.

evening, the most dangerous hour are three persons killed during\ end largest celery state, prodtced 3,308,000 crates Brooke, was ban, Dee. U, 182, destined Inter to "
for accident Nearly eight percent the evening rush hours for every for a valuation of $13,184,004. Florida' principal become famous M the designer of the armored J

of all Injuries occur at "going tingle death during the morning celery acreage .to centered around the ipedel- "Msirimac" It wan also from Fort Brooke that ,>

home' tlme*,,'wheat both driven tush. f', | bed section ef fuferd, Oviedo, Manatee and the gallant Major Dade and his command inarched '
and pedestrian art In hurry to Your chance ofmcetlng death la
M return home from the dayH' work an automobile b one-third greater KorosoU. when massacred by tie Seminoles under Mlcanopy.
( I The pedestrian should especially between 1 and (o'clock In the OLD FORT BROOKE was never a ferti4cetle

beware, o( the effect of fatigue, morning. Might drivers, beware! but merely a military poet used all a station/ for



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Friday, July 31, 1936. THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE: PAn Five
WJI' 11-a M
.. 1 "' mer en Jungle GlOve In Redland Soother OMege to I"akalaad, "'I Vefter**) sjevNavy. service out ;r"t I retorted Friday evening from a a visit of ten dy or two week city to the various communlBl -
I short stay to Fort Lauderdale with the Rev CO. Makes .*Isar& >**wen Key Largo. and Mate-
;; In and Jlround I with Mr. and Mrs J. H. Saunders land .....
son-in-law and daughter of Mr. I II
and Mrs. Lowe Mia Olive Onmwett who has i Mr. and Mrs Ootch Kufeldt
I .t: I been vtsltog 1st South Miami two' plan to move BOOM to an apartment
Homestead Mn Paul Loaner I. expected to I week will return to her home In: to. Shadewlawn Grove on
.r I return Sunday from a visit In Redland today i Redland road the home ot Mr.
Ashevlll and Atlanta. KuteMf mother, Mrs. Man Ku-
\ _._ .. !
foWt
Mr and
I Mr. and Mario Lopes ,
A ven-and--half pound ion and Canada to observe the potato I Mn Mary Hoard and Mr*. Lois ton, Adolph, spent Monday InRock
wad born to. Dr. and tin. H. S. crop They will be gone about Ward of Vero Beach who attended Harbor. Mr. and Mr*. A. F. Arthur and
,':. Wolfe of Homestead in Bensonla,. a month the district meeting of the their two children, Mary Frances -
f Mich, Wednesday night, accord. Woodmen Circle her July II, Mr. and Mrs J. A. Webb left and Billy, spent Sunday with
Ing to a telegram received yesterday Mr. and Mn J. R. Coney and were guests of Mr. and Mr. W D. Friday for Georgia to spend two Mr. and Mra W. Wendt of Hialeah
\:', by :Mr*. J. R. Brook Mr their daughter Misses France Coker during their stay. week visiting relative
Wolf bat been visiting her par- and Virginia, returned Sunday FLORIDA CITY
Wueast night after a three-week tour of Usry Booker left last week for Edwin Lawrence left Wednesday -
the at coast Mill Franco join. Augusta Ca, where be will be to Join his mother, Mr E. L. Mrs, w. w. ftcwry, CernepeaaVrtMrs
r month, and Dr. Wolfe hortlculturtet *d the party in Atlanta. employed by a furniture concern. Lawrence, and hit brother, Wayne I
In ,charge of the Subtropical H* ha been connected with the In Damascus, O*. Win. Brook, Mrs Mil
;:. Experiment Station here joined Mr*. H. C. Nichols returned U. S. coast and geodetic survey Cook and children Mrs. Ruth Mor-
:\ her there early this. week Tuesday from the Edgewater hoe in Homeitead. I On Sunday Miss Alt Vann returned ton and son, and Mr*. a:. A. Wan
; :....
Vero Beach where
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pital in Miami where she underwent ( on
r a major operation Mrs Mildred Wheeler of Lakeland the had been. visiting an uncle and
announce : state president of the Woodmen aunt, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Vann.
pound daughter, Barbara Kay, at Brahman KnowkM and '* Circle, and Mr Ella Jan Mrs. D. W. Vann and her young :.e.I :e' :.: 011: :A:
the Port Graduate hospital on' Henry Murray of Tallahassee were guest grandson Cart Elliott, Jr, have
f", July 2After/. Cate. of Key West visited. Mr. and of Mr and Mr. 1. T. Martin on been visiting Mr and Mrs t T The Perfect
Mr* Joseph W. Lowe in Bedtand July 21.Mr Vann since July II
: : Sunday Mn Peter Russell of
If
pending month In Hot Iilamorada and her daughter Mrs. Pllreeplannl". Vacation
,1;' Springs, Ark., Mr. and Mr*. W. D. Cleveland Lowe, and granddaughter and Mrs. I, Coker of to Mrs.leave Harry today for Key West
i'r Home returned to Homestead Edna Lowest Miami visited South Miami, former resident of where the wlU visit her mother. Xestor ft-tnt *Mrg* bf cook
it \ Tuesday morning at the Lowe home Saturday Homestead, apent Sunday with hintng a health mane and wo*.
\ Mr. Goiter's brother-in-law and Ootch Kufeldt and doa_ Uf while getting *.&
sister Mr. and Mn J T. Martin X C. Byars,
C '' E. L. Hook Jr. left Friday for Mr*. S. f Matthew who ha Joseph W. Lowe of Redland fished find the eagle fey to Nos kht
. :Prescott, Mictk, where be will via- been confined to her bed for three )IT. and Mn Howard B. Heathof near Card Sound Sunday this world tmmt lattmnioa
tt on the farm of his brother, Cecil month was taken to the Kendall South Miami will leave tomor- Sanded bf Sensate MwfsAkt
I for two month and endeavor hospital yesterday for treatmentand row for Enfield: N. H., where they Mill Lot Beam returned Tues- Who result at* often futtnJous. >
. to recuperate from the effect of observation will visit for two month Mn day morning from Ashevilto N. C. .
J, tin accident early la the year that Heath J J. the former Miss Helen Health Oisuunqu and rbrsk
'. mad him bedfast for several Mr and Mn J 3. McLendonand Grunwsll of Redland. Mr. Heath Mill Elaine Rheney of Miami eal Culture Coovcntloa June July
.t 'months. son, Jimmy, were expected to mother, Mrs Lena B. Heath of la spending the week In Homestead and August Special prognm cadi
, t ;: :- return last night or thla morning South Miami, who formerly lived with Mr. and Mr W E. week. sports cooipeuuve gsoMS.
Mis and Mr* Tom Lindsayand from Georgia where they have hero in Rainbow Park her ton, Rheney and children. entertainment enrdss bikes, lca
: their two small daughter, been pending two weeks visiting Percy, of Chapman Field and her! I nis iwiminlng golf! dancing.I .
Martha Ann and Jean left Wednesday relatives and friend father, Frank Bank, will go northat 1 Joe Byrum eon of Mr. and Mn Congenial ompankms.. Pleasure)
1\ for ndenonville, N. C., the same time but they plan to, J. R. Byrum, U pending the week I and enjoyment( for ,
I where Mr. Ltaduy and the children Miss Eleanor Payne will leave lay only two week with an uncle, J. L. Pihllips, In enayon
will spend several week Monday for Ocala and Orlando Coral Cable Thli great Wilt raait h
with Mr. Lindsay father and where she will spend a week or Mr. and Mn Marvin D. Adam I I supervised bf experienced (xpens.
mother. Mr. Lindsay will returnto two with friend of Miami and their children Patty, Mill Kathryn Cast left! Saturday No drugs, medicines not opera
Homestead Sunday but will rejoin and Jimmy, spent Sunday with to attend the second semesterof t lla a. Natural methods ..I,. A:
his family In Hendersonvllle Mr. and Mr*. E. A. Ames and Mr. Adams' parents, the Rev. and summer school at the University delightful and churning stmoe*
later. children left last week for a Mn Louis O Adam at their of Florida In Galneivllle I piers of friendUe and good
month visit In Montreat, N. C. home on Halnlln drive. fellowship.Modena".
Mr*. A. f. Arthur and her Mr. and Mr*. Jules Abram of Kits, free food, cow
daughterttMay.rracMFam' planning ",Dr, and"Mr*. Trankrn'Urtnalt Mr. and M& L C, FW of Coral Gables were guests of Mr I foitsbl asses, a.std sleep. Ask
to leave Monday for Lewe, and Dr. Hausman't mother'Mr*. Apalachicola, and their ion, Bobbie : and Mr J R. Byrum on Sunday lot -Book of View and rue
DeU, where they will stay for a D. A. Hausman, win leave today and Mrs N. N. Fain of Havana i schedule. No oKUaslioM. Wilts
>r month with Mr, *. Arthur par for a vacation of several week In Fla. left last Friday after Mr and Mrs. W. E. Rheney and I fcxlaf.TlM .
ents, Mr. and Mr*. ",. P. Atkin! Clayton, Oa : they had spent a week with Mr. I Mr and Mrs J. H. Webster pent I
--... and Mn B. P. Webb. The two I I Saturday end Sunday cruising and
Dr. M. D Hartman returned: Mr, and Mrs. Carl V Warner returned Mrs Fain an sisters of Mr. Webb fishing on the reef off Kay LargoJames PHYSICAL
Monday night from a three-day' Friday from a vacation of -
trip to Alpine Camp Lodge in even weeks pent in Atlantic Chester W. Hawley I* taking I Doty: manager of Corlll CULTURE HOTEL, Inc
Mentone Ala. His daughter Ilen- City N. J, with. Mrs. Warner summer work at Duke University Cove Club on Key Largo DANSVTLU NEW YORK
riette who baa been at the camp 1 brother-in-law and sister, Mr. leading to a mastef's degree siding In Homestaad. Originally I .
.,...,. Nsaeta ...,., au II
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met him in Rom, Q*.. then wenton and Mn Andrew F McElroy.Mr. from Oe Moines, lau Mr, Doty asa es.e this Maw,
to join her mother who I J. Richard and Margaret Kosel of moved here Sunday a* he also operates .
visiting in Kentucky. Nina Dyal and Mn Russell Horn returned Chapman Field are spending the a laundry, newspaper and i I'" .' e e' .,
and Matjorle role, who likewise last Thursday from Roanoke week with their grandparent, Mr. -- -
had been at the camp returned I Va.. where they visited Mrs.. and Mn George W. 1oaelln Red-
with him. Horn'* mother land.

Mr. and Mn. Teo J. Bleler left Mr and Mn S-E. Livingston The Rev. Lewis N Head, pastor
Wednesday to spend a month at I Mine Esther and Helen Livingston of the Melbourne M. E. Church,
1337 Euclid avenue, Miami Beach. and Miss France Dabney re- arrived Tuesday accompanied by
When they return they will occupy turned last Thursday from South the Rev. Louie B. Blackwall of
the Dyal! apartment I Carolina where they had been visiting EMu Gallic atudent minister at I
relative
Mr. and Mn J:M Holferty are :.-
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N. C., on Tuesday After pending Dayton, 0., to visit her AMERICAN LEGION
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go to Bcandale, N. Y., where they sum-1 I a p. .... American bites B will visit one of their daughters I Mr and Mr*. Wilson std poet efflee Booth KrooM Ate,
Mr, Miller Croc, They plan also,! Key West and their daughter lilarar.r ad. FU.
to travel through northern Maine ice, who are spending the



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.Page Six THE ENTERPRISE Friday. July 81, 1936. _

ALBERT BIKES WEDS MISS MIRIAM BURTON GIVES BRIDGE

I MISS SADIE JACKSON I I AND TEA FOR MISS ELOISE BRADLEY I
Mia Sadie Jackson o* Naranjt ..
and Albert W. Sykea of Homestead .r \ ti > :. % .. "
I Social Events .1 were married In Fort Lauderdale e \ .; -i I'I'A"' r y,1- *.> on July 17 by Mri FloMic ),111I Miriam Burton gave a Those invited tor bridge were:!
I Byrd clerk of the Broward County bridge-thewer sad tea at her home Mn. O. M. .......... Mra J,.*v'J. ; '

Jadge'l eeurt. yesterday afternoon for Miss I Robinson, Mn Edith Keen,
Mn. Ovid Sullivan Mn Harold
The bride were a white and blue
HOWARD FIELD AND MISS EVELYN WILCOX crepe ensemble with white aocee- Eloise Bradley, bride-elect of Oxford, Mra. Billy Civet, Mn.
Fielding Brown of Miami Burley Dendy, Mn. James Bird,
orlea..
ARE WED IN MIAMI CHURCH LAST NIGHT
I She la a daughter of Mr. and The living room was beautifully "{n. George Barnes, Mn. Ful-
I Mr. R. C Jackson and baa lived decorated In tones of yellow and woqd, Miss Pearl Whitaker, MlaiEmlUe

The Rev Howard Arthur Field Mill Beardelt" '. School la El-: In Naranja all her life. She was green, and In one corner wan Fredrick Miss Alice Hob-
graduated from Kedland High platted a large yellow and green ""n. Miss Grace Hobson and Miss
on of Mr. and Mn. Carl Arthur mire and she attended Eastern '
Field of Homestead and Miss Nazarene College In Woll ton, School in 1B3S. box which held the gifti I Ellen Huff
Evelyn Wilcox daughter of Mau. where she and Mr. Field became Mr. SykM U a ion of Mn. W. An interesting feature was the Those Invited for tea were:
I Mn O. E: Wilcox of Elmira: N Y, acquainted She both plays H. SykM, Sr., and, although hi place cards which had been hand I Mn Floyd Foley Mn. W. M.
were married yesterday evening and ilngiThe was born In Philadelphia, Pa., hat painted by hoiteu On each of I Bradley, Mn W. H. Woods Mr.
nt 8 o'clock Ui the First Nazarene bridegroom was graduated livid in Homestead practically all them was painted a different Pauline McConnell Mn Hunter
Cuich of Miami for which the from Homestead High School In hit life He wu graduated from bride, and the color scheme used Harden Mrs: Edward Brooker,
bridegroom has ..rvd.. supply 1MJ and from Eastern Naaareni Homestead High School in 1931 was the same ai that of the room I I Jr., Mn J. L. Burton and Miss

pallor for the part few wacki College with the degree of A. B. In and Is now employed in a local decorations. Dorothy Deden. ,
The ceremony wee performedby June Cf this year. In his freshman grocery Itore He li actively identified .
I the Rev Amos T. Eby, pastor 'year at college he was clan with the local Masonic the Sliver Palm Methodist: Church Oft to be laundered. Al straight
: of the Fort Lauderdale Nazarene : president, and during the other lodge. next Wednesday: evening and chain are usually the right sitting -
Church in the presence of members : three yean held various offivea The bride and bridegroom are show moving picture of the orient level, the pad muit not be
of the church and other, In addition he was active in glee living at the Sykei home at 101 taken by her son L. L. Chandler. made too thick or It will make the
I friends Mr. Eby was naetated. bj club and orchestra work and for S. E. Fourth street. I Ice cream and pie will be eald.I Mat too high for comfort.
the Rev F. E.Moore, former miss -
: a
five months traveled with an To make a seat pad, cut the desired -
s alon worker-til India The belt man evangelical quartet. He Is, also,a GENE REYNOLDS CELEBRATES TOOKIE LOWE TO HAVE number of tlilckneuei of
was James Jones of Miami and HIS EIGHTH BIRTHDAY
1 tenor iclolst I
BIRTHDAY PARTY TODAY
t cotton batting the exact ahape of
the was Mr. Jonei' fl- Mn Paul Reynolds gave a birthday
bridvfmald
Before he li assigned to a regular Mn. Joseph Wilson Lowe will the chair seat, but half an Inch
24 in honor of
Miriam Scott, col- party July
nceerMirt a on
, the state assembly I a -birthday party at Jungle
pastorate by ol her give mailer on all .Id... Put these
lop friend ct the bride. of the Nazarene Church, the eighth anniversary. I Grove thli afternoon in honor of between layers of cheeseclotK'hnd. ,
The bride, a descendant 'of an Which meets In Lakeland in October rVni'.Vvku'ln: .gnrw were thl 'IKOnd birthday anniversary baste twice each way and then
I
the lawn and peanut
played a
uncle of Queen.Elizabeth wore a Mr. Field will conduct two I contest on afforded much airmsemenj. tf her daughter Florence Harriet, aroundVie outside edge to keep
I lung white latin .own fashionedin revivals one for the young people Lewis Murray. better' known 11 Tookle. the cotton from knotting when the
: the lines of the Tudor period of the First Nazarene Church It was won by I The guests will be memben pads are laundered. The outside
I with long pointed sleeves and In Miami and the other for the A pink and white ice birthday Mn. Thomas Brewer'i Sunday cover ii merely a slip that may be
Individual cakes, creamand
high flaring lace collar. Instead Fort Lauderdale Nazarene Church. I cake. served. Pink : school clan, who are called God'i put over the pad and doted: with
of the usual veil the wore a lace After he hoi served ai pa.tortor horns punch were given were ai favors. Little Helper, and other children I snaps' at the back' of baited to; *

J headpiece in crown bloisomi.effect deco-The two yean he will be eligible The guests Included: Marion of the neighborhood. gether. Make tape of the same
with
rated bridesmaid was orange gowned in pink. to begin training for work ai a Anderson, Ruth Rutland Mary Jo .......... ...............YWIMINNMNM material to tie the pad to the chair
I medical missionary. He plans to Close, MarlJack, Betty Ruth and poiti.
r After the wedding a reception I get this training In New York and 1 Patsy Geiger Barbara Rogers of Hints to Housewives The back pad li measured and
held at the home ol Mr. end work in
wm
then to enter mission and Norton
Miami Barbara Jean W NIMNMNNNINIIN W NNNMNIINNNINNNIII DIN/1N11 W fitted in a similar way, and keptat
: Mrs. J. H. Eby on N. W. Thirtieth South America.
Arnold Mcllwatn
Wokefleld. the right height on the chair
street near Twenty-flrit avenue. the flnt week SEAT PADS ON CHAIRS
I They will spend
Dale Faust, Bobble and Herbert by sewing tape to the top cor-
r The bride was graduated from I of their honeymoon in Homeitead. Nichols, Jimmy and Billy Brown, Doubtless you have some of those nen and mapping them juit below -

't Lewis Murray Billy Perklgi and straight varnished or painted the top bar of the chair back.
4-11 ALUMNAE CLUB MEETS I 1 I nle Mae Booth Mill Ruth Tower Joe Reynolds. chain about the houie. Sometimes At the bottom, the back pad maybe
WITH MRS. JOS. W. LOWE Miss Mary Moon, Mill Virginia such chain seem little plain and i finished with tape loops and
; The 4-H Alumnae Club of Dade I I' lodge and Miss Loll Walker. MRS. CHANDLER TO SHOW I unlntereitlng. Often they are uncomfortable the tapes of the seat pad pasted
County met July S3 at Jungle CHIENSE CURIOS AT SOCIALMrs. and they tend to through these to hold the back
drove, the home of Mrs. Joseph I MISS MARJORIE SULLiVAN A. L. Chandler, who returned make clothing ihlny I pad down Another Idea li to
Wilwn) Lowe The club was organised 1 ENTERTAINS d. T. CLUBYesterday this spring from a three- An inexpensive way to improve make the back cover to slip on,
In 1931 Mn. Lowe, I the memben of the year stay in China will exhibit, them Ie to make seat and back pads with two bound holes for the posts
I then Miss I jla Keel, wu 1U I O. T. Club met with Miss Marjorie a collection of Chinese curloa atMINNNNNNINNN o f a printed fabric that harmon- to come through This type aches.
tint preildentA I Sullivan. During the business W NNM W NNNNIINNNn W W Uei with other furnishings. The about two-thlrdi way down
pot lurk luncheon was served meeting plans were made for a The Calendar pads protect: the clothing and also'I the back. An attractive finish U
and pictures were taken. "wienie roast to be held within the chair flniih. They are tied to sew white cotton braid or ball
The member decided to go to the next two or three weeks at or mapped on and can be taken, fringe around the lower edge._
Greynoldi Park for a week-end the Future Farmer clubhouse. Details July Episcopalian Woman'sAuxiliary
for club dance to be held I covered dish luncheon
f camping party the lint week in a
September. In the near future were dUcuiied. I and bridge at Wakefield home.
July 31 Meeting of W. C. T. '
Preeent were: Mill Pansy Norton During the winter months, the U. with Mn, R. J. Halnlln at a' j
I Mn Sarah Henderion Berrecker girls decided, meetings: will beheld o'clock.
Mm. Caroll HendenonUvrnecker I In the evenings and twice a Aug. J-e Junior Woman's Club I
: Mn Virginia Foley I month Instead of every week. meeting In'clubhouse.Aug. i 4 e 1
t Davies, Mn. Emma Parsons Hen- The next meeting wlU be at the 3 Meeting of W. M. S.I
show Mn Jane Ann Powers home of Mill Ruth Tower. study class with Mist Jennie Lob-

Jones, Mill Emma Henahaw Mile Memben present were: Mn dell at I p. m.
Prlacllla Fread Miss Elisabeth: Ruth Scott, sponsor Mill PrUciUa! Aug. 4-Ladles night at Lloni
i Thompson, Mill Leola Little Miss Frond, Miss Marjorie Sullivan, I Club.
Virginia Powell. Miss Elisabeth Mill Mary Moon Mill Leola Lit- Aug. 8 Meeting of W. M. U.
Powell Miss Katherine Cut, Miss tie Mill Ethal Bailey, Miss Virginia circles at 3 o'clock.
Dorothy Oodman, Mill Alice I Hodge, Mist Jean Parman, Aug.5-Exhibit of Chinese curios
*
;
Key Mist Laura McCaugnn, Miss Ruth Tower Miss Katherine and picture of the Orient at ngi* &
Idles Ruth Pauion Miss Loll Beh- Vann Miss Annie Mae Booth and Silver Palm M. E. Church social
reni, Mile Blanche Sears Mill Miss Lola Walker. Aug Presbyterian Woman's 7 coNmMiT'
. { Virginia Delaney, MUM Auxiliary meeting with Mn. Paul
: Bench, Miss ZeUs Mae .ThtIm'1 AREME CLUB HAS POT LUCK Haley in Florida City at S p. m.
Miss Beatrice Arnold, Aug. 7 Presbyterian Men'l
,'I Rhellhorie and Mn. Lowe. SUPPER Last Friday AT THE afternoon BEACH the ATem Club dinner meeting at the homeof With test tube, microscope and stopwatch

I Club met with Mn. GeorgeW. :Rev. and Mri. E. L. NeUon. any chemist can easily prove tho
O. T. CUB GIRLS RETURN Turner Jr., at Miami Beach. Aug. 10 Business meeting of of Rexall Milk of Magnesia.
FROM BEACH HOUSE PARTY After a swim the members had a P. w. c. supremacy
It Members of the Q. T. Club returned upper on the beach and ended Aug. 12 Sacred Heart Club Without them, you can reach the same

I' Sunday from Mlamt Beach I the day with a water melon Cut meeting with Mn. F Mlnnerley at I I conclusion. See how white and creamy it
}! where they had spent a week In I 2.30: is. Learn how free it is from flat earthy

, chaperonage the Roth apartments of Mn. C. J.under Parman.the ting.The next meeting they decided, I I I taste. Experience its sure, gentle antacid
will be a quilting party.
Mra Ruth Scott, the club sponsor I and laxative actions. Then, you'll agree

, and Mill LeoJn Little did not Join I' Wayne Those Calklna who attended, Mn Bob were Harris: Mn., CARE with chemists that RexaU Milk of Magnesia -
: the until Friday evening
When group Mn. J. H. Webster, Mn. W. Mrs. Loulae Syket, Mn. Rudolph is best Try it soon.
Mattion, Mn. A. R. Meybenx Mill I
E. Jthenev, Alta Webster Ardell
Thelma Turner, Miss Jean Cal- "f/ and BeautyTrue
and Phyllis Parman and Vera and od.LI
kins Miss Ruth Owens, Mill Betty t
Anne Rheney came for a swim and
Jane Meybem, Johnnie Lee beauty demands
beach with the girls.Members .
supper : Harris and Joyce Walker. the belt of care at all.1tlm. \ '
who spent the week ... Whether yon I MILK OF

there were: Miss Marjorie Sullivan The Rev and Mrs. Louis O. Adams wild l wave, a facial,
Mite Ethal Ballry Miss Prlicllla will entertain the Rev. and a manicure, or any of MAGNESIALiquid
Tread, Mill Jean Parman. Mn Qeo E. Druel and the Rev. the other essential aids
Miss Katherine. Vann Miss AnDR.R.S.AKERS C. O Nelson at dinner Sunday. to beauty you'U find 16 Oz's.

i I the ikllled operators at 35c
p t'I Beauty Parlor I

I ready to serve you Tablets
30's25c
I 1 1J DR.B.E.GATONDentist quickly at any tune.CreqalgBole .

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Office Meant Ia.an.te1Rrs I PERMANENT WAVES

Studayi l M U : Prices $5 $6 $7 {
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r r to At Present 2 Churches Peace Drama Sunday I t CLASSIFIED



Churches I I "The Unknown Soldier Speaks" ; ADS .11 I

II the Bam a* a drama that will subsequent .
, r RATS: PInt insertion 10* e line; insertions
be
presented" at the morning service
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: < a
; BAPTIST METHODIST EPISCOPAL of the Redland Community
(
Church Sunday. The play Is very

_jB....tsd-The Her C. N. Elands City Cenunulty Cboreh strong pesos propaganda lays the FOR RENTFOR MISCELLANEOUSPIANO

[Wilker, paitor. Sunday school at -the Rev C. G. Nelson, pastor. pastor the Rev. C. O Nelson, who

10 .. m. Preaching' at 11 a. m. Church school at 10 a, m.; preach will alit tn staging It RINT-10a. deeply scarified TUNINQ err. repairing

and I p. m.; B.Y.P.U. at 7 p. m.layer ing at 7:JO p. m. Midweek prayers The Rev. Lewis N. Head of Mel- high pine land. $S per a. Mr*. Good used piano for sale cheap

service Wednesday at II and Bible study Wednesday at borne, Fla., who .Is visiting Mr. Out. Camp. (Ply.31) W. E. Koon. 113 N. W. Ird st.

'. 70. Nelson will take the lead In the

drama. The public Is Invited say GOOD second story, cool, well REAL ESTATECROVESACMAGK
A... S Morning semenit Au,. rreaenlatlea ef peas the paitor. furnished apartment Rent rea

Disappointment of Jeeua"1evening drama at evening service.
The will be also sonable. Ask at Western Union.
[ sermon "Hew Far Cano play given at
Jy 10 tf) Properties bated Inquiries
Trail In God's PrevIJtiwer Redland Community Church the evening rervlce of the Florida

p the: Rev. C. O. Nelson City Community Church, of which Solicited.
pastor. FOR RENT 4-room houM two
Groves Cared for and Splayed
Mr. Nelson
fooBtds Is
The Rev. Noah Peter- pastor.
Church school
: at 10; preaching at screened porches, running water CHARLES 1. BROOKS
toe t'O\Or. Sunday school at 10 11. Epworth League at 6.30 Mid- fruit trees for
farage. 110 N. L First SL. Miami
..111I.1 preaching at 11 a. m. and week prayers and Bible study Mn. Joiner Reopens couple. Apply W. W. Severy,

::20p. m.; a Y. P. U. at 8.SO: p. m.Il1fr Thursday at 7:30. Seminole Dining Room Redd'i Dry Cleaner REAL ESTATE-Tltose who want

service at 7:30 p. m. Wedi to buy or sell Redland District
A u I. t Presentation ef
i : drama, "The-Unknown Soldier Mrs. Guzzle Joiner opened her FOR SALE real estate will find up-to-date

Hotel Seminole dining room last listing In our office. Many of

CATHOLIC Speaks at 11 a, m. week and once again Is serving MAHOGANY BEACH CHAIRS these listings are still at subnormal -

of the BacreC Heart METHODIST EPISCOPAL, home; cooked meals family style."I With or without canvas. Buddy prices. We shall appreciate

8.4;;L Second avenue, Homestead; SOUTH would not serve any other FItzpatrick. Phone M22.: either your Inquiries or

:;\the Rev James Cloonan paitor. way," said Mrs Joiner 'because (pjy.! II) your listings, all of which: will

at 9 week White Stone Ch.rch-Home- I want patron to have all have'our belt attention. Now Is
Sunday, mass a. m.; day my they FRYERS Live or dressed. Free

f RUM at 7.41; daily. Sunday school stead; the Rev. A. A. Koeitllne can eat of everything on the table." delivery In city. Phone B35-M. the time to buy. B. W. Morris,

following B o'clock paitor. Sunday school at 9.30 now associated with H A. Cam-
: (Sunday mas*. a. McEwen Poultry Plant
,Communion for women the first m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 (Je 28 U) eron, N, W. lit St. In Citizens

J Sunday of month; for men and p. m. Junior League at 2:30: p. Bank Bid. Phone 72.

boys, tilt second Sunday of month. m.; Hi League at 8.45; p. m.; Senior Turner's Funeral Home CAKISSA3. IOC qt. CUTTINGSand

frHoly hour Thursday before first League at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting SMALL PLANTS for sale. LEGAL NOTICESIt
14 HR. AMBULANCE
: SERVICE
r |Friday of month at 7:45 p. m. Mass at 8 p. m. Wednesday Mrs. Geo. W. Kosel, Jungle U further ordered Owl this milubllabvd ... he

[first Friday at 7:30: a. TO. Bens'gictlonof Lady Attendants Grove Redland road and Plum- a*** a wh far tour w.ellea
Silver Palm ... In Th HoaMawad I. mler.RM.r.
Community Church wo
: ? the" Blessed Sacrament Phone M4-R Homestead Fa.! mer drive.CENTIPEDE. prt*.. a nw papr ..".......... In mold I IUT Coun.
r after mas*. -the Rev U. O. Cowan, paitor. sod star.
school GRASS. Now U the This July. II. III"a.
Sunday
1 every Sunday 10a. B LKATHRRMAH.Itrrb .
'| CHRISTIAN SCIENCE m.; preaching service on tint, LEGAL NOTICES time to let grass. Digit, measure lit 4'li: ,olt twirl
third and fifth It yourself for 35c a bushel. 80c H* r. I. OwM !lee..y i Clerh.C1R .
Sunday at 11 a
( t7uurl Real
: :iji Florida City-Broadway and ''m.and'lI.1n. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB if dug. H. M. Lyon. HENRY 1t""IIICNII.)

Sixth street Sunday school: at TAX DEED Mlislua far Plaintiff.
.1 (H....", Rill N.. Ill) GUAVA JUICE $1 per gallon. .Jnlr. ... .1. ".... f. 14. III
J:49 a. for pupil under years Aug. f servless both NOTICE IS HKBKBT GIVEN that Dora-

ofd> :morning ,20 at 11 morning and evening.PRINCETON this May Thl....... bolder .f star and Can". Jungle Grove, Redland. MOTH (IF ""ICATION FOR
I. Tam Certificate Ni. Selo |MI M.| the Tibo TAlIl..m
'o'clock. Wednesday evening serlylcei day / August, A. D. lots h.. fllnl .._ STEAMED BROWN BREAD anytime Ifttaat Hill N*. I"INOTICK
:; which Include testimonials METHODIST In ofllr. and has .ppllnit.a for Lb. coffee : I* HKRHHV GIVEN that < urtil -
a I' : dead to b. leaned threats, sold Contlfkota Saturday. can i F U... holT ..11I1a1o and ('.n..ly l lull
i of healing and experiences and remarks Aug. 8 Morning sermon .lnb,... Uw followlni dnrrllwdimw site 20c; with raising or null I Cartlflrat Nil IIM l..i..d the Its .!.> .'

I on Christian Science, 8 p. by the Rev. Louis O. Adamson Florida tF to-wlti In the Count i>( D.l>, auto ., 23c. Leave orden at S. L. West I .Awront ftlr,. :"!. .D.. nil mail ::.IJ..It... .ran"f 'In a 1.soy.

m The public I* cordially. Invited "Charter Member of the Lot >4 In aRH: aiiMlrblon" rf see home, 106 N. W. 5th St. i!i dead n'.b.I bwd tW,1.1: l''tlfI,
to attend. Christian Church".. Evening. thin 14 Tn.r..hlp tl _Ih. Ron.. oKU the r.ill.wlnii: *.:. ,lb-' ,i.4.syto
Plat Dads 2. P... IM. conUli.In the County .>( Had.. K'.t. .* rbiiM' .
sermon by the Rev. II. G. 1" Aw mom ... Inn. In the LEGAL NOTICES I
.'* An. Lesson-seraum topic: Cowan. County of Unite Stein of Florid I ts.w11IW14 .rf Hr:% ..f IIW', In HnlMw n 1tTowaahlp .1to
"LoveCHURCH Th. a"-mot .d ": ands I .....h. N.np In e.,",
:.ItI.'r. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB .. 1a.. ,In
% the mw ,rtlfkst. the Maine .ptalaina to A. manor
METHODIST FREE of 1 1arronllnc Mareant Or-man. TAX DKKU Onnntr of r>ndr. Miss4 .....rItI.
T: OF CHRIST 1U.... rata off"henr .hau. .. loa ........ad )lOTICI''iIt\'GN' : \ ) that 0.1 I Tae Id't": : : I ibr'n.mr;;
Fonda City-Mrs, Ernest War- to ..". MM Property daarrlhrdtharaln R. Parka .holder of Btata and County TaiUartirirataa Uw
tA ..
JP' llomwto.d-Flnt avenue and re n pastor. Sunday school .t tha Court-koua will ha auld* den w> UM on the hkrkM first bMdor Monday No Items lawn. .1"1.I K7WI.I T Union Ads. MM Armour r.rllflr. .l. .full 100 ..,t< ......d

t )f.. W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton, 2:30: p. m.; preaching 3:30: and 8 In the month of ......m...'. lull which (7M...1. and A. n W7W less, Moved hoi the flied 7th aama day of In Au.m, .Wonlln ,Ui.....:.w": pr.p.rtl VI W.l ilr rllirUMnrll
the bid
to the Tlh day of ..P_...... I'MPat4 will to
),minister. Bible study at 10 a. m.; p. m.; Young people's meeting ..... off.., and baa mad* applications fur .1 .t UK C...... OM time to tow l".l H.".
ha tkorom. CarUCfaauw
dead Said
MI. .a ta hwuod
H LEATHERMAN.a In the month at HrpMinWr. I Mr. ohlikto
Communion fellowship and 7:15; Junior meeting 3.30 Tuesday; ambraoi the following. domllmlrop day
Clerk the hit day of R.._brr Mil
a ?preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching ..t130 prayer meeting 7.30: p. m. Thurs Dada; County of ClrauM, Florida Court, .rtp. I I.....the county of Daiw. Stat, ofFlorida DM4 tnb iwh b> !*. ttOM.iCIrtylt .
f1urId. ts .III'I
', p. m. Prayer meeting Wed- day. ICIrralt Court small I Hi H. issues, D. O. of 'W'4 of W\4 of 1B\4 InRertoa &A. *: .
'Uulr 14. II, A.... 7. it. II)
,)t "nesdsy at 7:30 p. m. ... Ta..hlp I' South. Wage 5104, oast.. rI.ld.
... PENTECOSTAL 19 ltut wataln/lie I Aares mna orh Court ....It/
NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB +a, la w Csty d 5ht. d t oMOTICI "
Anita
CHURCH OF GOD TAX b.rtlflr ._ Hr H.
DEKu embraced in
'
(p Goulds-Rev. C. C. Haniberger.paitor. 's.n.to CHI N. IIU No. I....aa. The _lit of rid, I IJoit It. A.. T. 14. ILL. Sat,
i
t jBemestes4- (W N. W. Firit Sunday school at 0-43; NOTICE in HK'UY GIVEN that IMm.m prmwrty cndor the wM Onlfkau' OF A.'IOI<< UMNOTlrR
inv mar i ainon. Holder or Star and l>uii. baimd waa la UM same gt THr In*.
OKKU
I avenue; Rev. Geo. Lorton, paitor. preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. If taw CwtlflcM N*. IIM surd UM Uk Co.'to". IR U HKKMiV GIVEN that
school 6.30 dar of lair, A. D IIM km filed annw 14 af KRS *f ama In Battles II, .,.
4 )Sunday at >;.4J a. m.; m.; Young people's meeting at : I. mofflrr. and naa made appllratkn for :. I M Sooth. Rann It Ea.t, Tholma K. ShnMl. .. aa I. ,4CBr
... N.ml"ha irnlMM.
.
.; preaching 1L a. M. and 7:30 p. p. m.; Ladles' prayer circle. Tuesday > a tat dad ta ha issued Ih4ron. Said Or.II ,aoaUlnln l. Am mora or .... In dat.d M Taa rnin.aw.f A UIMI.
I "'...... ......._ lIMo, fall_.. d..ertbdvmpery tha Oaaatif of II..... But of Florida, Mk dajr < "" .of.
t DL.-; Senior C. O. G. Society ':30 p. I at 2:30: p. In. Mid-week prayer I. the Commit at Dad.. star a71NM .. ambra** In frrtlffeat NoTh 51Wa. kaa flWd loM Crtllflral'. I f. lor Mr laa
m. Intermediate C. O. G. S service at 7.30 "'wit. fla*. lid baa mad. ntvUraltun
; In Thursday p. m aoMMmanl *f Mid property astir tlwrwi In .rronlnnvr with
toy cut 7, ..( -f a..lt.s 94. the aM' ('.rt.lfI.... Wad was ra the April to..r mbra.n the Mknrttw
parsonage 8.30; Mid-week : : law eartlfloil
m
p. I
,
...
Taww.hle .
Range It East, ham t Model Land Oa ,
alnl
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH .11 In
d rt
+1 prayer service at 7.30; p. m. Wed- oontalnlnii 11 Aero non or .ta.. In I 91144 at SWU of IE'! (, In SMHkin II, 4j rrh FtarUa pn.p, w-wtl>
| neiday the Canntr al Dad. IHau tl ,......... Townablp M Smith, Rantr* M lot Dade Lot 0.M TI. WblWa Snhfllotolu I "' I.....'"
UGIUII.tead-ktomt avenue at Th statement ol said property and.In rontalnlnit 10 ArrM man ar l u. In *. 1 Ita* N. I'nraSI.
,"t amid I nnlfteal' issued waa in UM Name she Couatr of Dale Slat of Ftorlda. City U OorrWJ :1 ; 4
CHURCH E. L. Nelton Mimi O..ry
N. 16th street; the Rev. tha oily '
OF THE NAZARENE of WVU Mclw .. amkraord ftl CunlllraU No. Wal.Th Tiede. Star et ...........
minister.: Bible school: IJ] Hid n.rtirln. >l* shall W rxbmi aMMimrnt of aald pmwrt wdrrUw Th ..iminl of anM prapo "11 ae..ralna to .... she pfnperty dtarthd Mid Crtl'lra wad waa la tho "
HomeitesWrha Rev Howard 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. mi theme "',11 be said to u1e htehmot bidder I ...... .1.. ... RoarhNWK the Mid mrt/fl.ate. kmd woo In lha nama

Eckel; paitor. Sunday school at and 8 p. m. Young peoples' meetIng .. the' court-boa" tins .. tho tint M"n.4p of NEK III NRV,. NW, of of UnhnownUabM. mow orrUfbal* Owl hv ,rrr.timlUmtl
f (.49 a. m. preaching at 11 at 7:30. I. the month of Sn|>-..... left tablet NW14 *f N It 14 la SWthHI I. Town, 4.owdsa r low. tax dead. will .-,.. !110-
; a. m. .
b Uw fill dar W Swbmlwr, IM4.DnUd sire 17 South Range II teat con.talnlnc
: We log 1Ia, at ............ A D.
and 7:30 p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and this Oiled d.. of Juts IMS. Hi Anna man or In. )In the OR OIl

". Junior meeting at ':30 Aor. I Morning sermon by 1':. H LEATHKHMAN. Count .( Pwl*. star at KliirHta. a. It"MW; this sells day of Jolts A D I....
p. m. Clark of Clnntlt COOK ....b_ U OrilflMl No. I TMTh .
i Prayer meeting Wednesday even- the Rev. Gee. E DeneL Young 0.. County. Plor/da Movement of MId pr arty undrUM Club 14. a. 04 L9AT"LRMAN.Cloak ,,"1.
f Ing 7:30. peoplei meeting led by Miss Chart Court Rant) N. H. D. C. amid aehs5e issues WIN In the .- Corny. .....,Id'C.1t .
(JoI, 14. ... A... T. 11. II) Gee
Jane Gatlln, highway chairman. TStfJKwW Court NalNY
NR14 I IN *.. H, IJ All" 'J
Princeton-..the Rev. C. It Con- I. the' C/ryatt Care d : R1..utk Jo. I. Towiwhlp IT Boutk Ran** In Kaat II. AMI 1. 14. 11.1.Lawrence */
aril clrr.N Is .ad a.b repay, I .onUlnln* In Aeraa Oman ar .... In _
don, paitor. Sunday school at 9.43: ; SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE OF ,........ In (.ho....,.. Ka. ttl.t-C. I the Conntr of Ud*. HUM of tlorMa.a. .
preaching at 10:49 a. m. and 7.30: TRUTH L B JKFtBKV east 1. D. Rerun. Plainlirfn. Misread III (:..tll....'. N.. I"'1M.
n. HoMraTIAD WIND A The aaaaamrt of Mid Property under
p. m. Junior meeting at 6.30; ; young MORTGAGE COMPANY a Florida dr.poratHM the sold' (_" -.* .baud ww In the
people' meeting at 6.30 Prayer Honxslead-branch of Miami ItafMMlantaKOTKB : MIM *t Frank .. ShirttaK .
TO CktDITOBI of of N* < f NWI laBarlioli
Spiritualist Temple of Truth In SKH t
meeting Wednesday at 7,30; p. In. W..... la banks vlmai that ..... and 4. Towwhl I IT South Kan,*.
Woman's Club 410 N. W. Eighth by .41a ef No ....... of Om.t .._ IN 19 Eat ronlalnln, I Area morr or
v' EPISCOPAL avenue. Men' Bible class and thla ..we on the lath day of May A. D! .1... In th* County: .1 Imd*. Dist ,..rFkrhbl I
IDI4 all creditor are Mnulnd prawn aa ambraaod l.. ('.rtl'I..... N.
8L John's-S. E. Second avenue young people's lyceum at ':11 p. and file with tin .. .: Warned InTM. Th aaMMmmt of MM i.,.,,|i, riyaarr
m. healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobson 1..11 M kU affln' .t- VtorMa City, Ftut the mold ('_Ir_ U.unl war
and Fourth street, Homestead; the' ; kla, rlalMa a* tfiwdltnra mar ha.a n the nam of Unknown
!rev. Wm. C. Taylor Jr. pastor. at ':.5; lecture and messages at soled Uw Homestead band a Hort.ain Unions mold arttttlnwa hall hr nvl.. m.aoMTdlnl a
Cmmay0 ovrporatlon, and such It law. tow Properly ..... "I") 1
k Summer schedule: Holy Euchar- I .10..... ..... ... flM within theme sill th.nria will ... raw tn the htehMI IIIJ.t Could You Ask?
lit T < LEGAL NOTICES awntka trout tlw data of the first nnklkalion tha rourt-houM dmr on Ibis flrII." "
I a. m., Friday; evensong, p. nf Ihto, ...U... da, III tab month of S.|>lrmbar I"M wM ,.
| m., Sunday; Young Peoples' Serv- .. the circalt cowl of Ike I/n Jaa./d DATED HIM 1Kb dot nf July: A. I). less.EDWARD 10 the Tlh day of ............,. 1UM e
4,e League:30 p. m, Sunday at (leap Deb 4 ...,.. oa. BTILINO.: RarrlMT Dated thai Rind .., ,.f July, u.
; Julr 17, 14. 4l. Aar. h. R. B. KATHKHMAM..
IN 89 ADOPTION ol '011&". NILR I ( a.PR
:, parsonage on Avocado drive. I PHILLIP a .._. J. if. Id. l s. Ort. I. *.7i.'I.\ {'.... of Clt' ,.uH C.,.irt.Dad 30,000 Miles on Tifee
lovely. FlurliHCrm.ll
NOlltK OP INr .NTmN TO HAKE
EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN APPLICATION FOR AOOPTION OP ELR"IINT" II'PI"'AL ('IR'IIT or ( Court and H' H. Jamar p i
JOSEPH: NI1.KS PHILI.IPS. a ..1_. ri.OHIII DAIIK UTNTt CIRCUITCOURT. July a1. II. Aim T, II IM)
NOTICE IS HIHEHY GIVEN that the : IN ihUNtKKT.In ; .
81 John'i+.-)dlAnd; the Rev. HMmbUMd.anMt* MrDnnM. will make r* AoplH-albn of Far wants ORDER FOB PURUrATIOM
f Ceo. M. Pooh paitor. Sunday: applkatwn Tor the aduptkHi at JoorohMll barman.. ... h.eimia a Fnw DmlNlrTUB ... !. tb* thralt tor, __lh JndlrlalCtrraH. .
*> PtillllM, a maw thlld on* rar of an OF APPLICATION Dab f .tr. Ft Ie"" I* thirst Trues.RssggedReSLable
1 school each Sunday at 10 a. In.I I This Net a M b* publMMd: onor > work; NoUM k hereby dmt to all whoa II I rye taa* M*. .Film
f English service on second Sunday I fo* fear poMaorutrv week In Ih. ItiMaa* Map soarers time h" Haan ab.r..a. BILL DIVORCRABHIR
loved 1..bnK.torprhw, a warded woman _!dl.. In Ia4a Con.. MAY IHUHI. CunouuMltt 4.
of each month at 1 p. m. and Cer had J4 a. Flwkr, soft .5 "he k Se.asst. ROUF.RT GUNK n.r....... i
) nan service fourth it "VANE-ml ICANIEL.r A. D. 1 9346 M th. hnnr air.111 aNew I It atnwarlMi s by off.., woando rUM >,
: on Sunday tfMToafter ...... .. .
Petitioner. data of 0 .0n i oa raun.alM bill I'' In the Maud **
P. m. I .pPI_ M UM HwMKaMo Judges of I I In Mnwd 10 a ws nlaV ,.f th. Hut,
the nbxv itrwit Hurt M tha Count* Court 1. of Florida, and b a assistant of _.r.",.
HOUM ta the City .* MlMil. D 4. Covotr i mouth eo..I. that thr* hi w>' porMWj laUM
)......... for a lwna kt !>>. tlMriMofand 1 star of ............ the _.... at rah
EXPERT'RAD'IO REPAIRING ..d __ Yea man err are Presents MM M-n whom wmld htad awe I>. Coup.SedansTrscka
s.prar Mina and !. bumming a free IVndnnl cad thai ha It over Uw see olwatVHHM t
I' data s fewer removals.q.tsd ....... It h therefore ordrdthat For Sale by
HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP at Almost, tied. Ca-OT. PIovIi aaU aon.r. ld.at fMaadant W n.d ,
this .be litlt day of Jul. A. 1054.sd.its i> hMw iwaolrod to ._. Ic the Bill af
M. D. "JACOBSEN Prop. M U CMiplnIM IM to aaM MUM *. hafnriklondmr. Bros.
> ter rRud ftsf, .l.. flit tn .f anatomists A. II1M .
l. N. P"MM Avane Plume IIJi" PATIO IIUlI IIIItR.AII, Wlwrwhw Ik* .ll' atlma 4 are kill

r ... rt .a -,- Jr. r.. .. ... Petitioner.. .......,. "). .,. j.lalalN: .j op Ft trivie'( .11A'" h-, IIOMEIJTEAD. riA.J .







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Page Eight THE ENTBRPRISE Friday July 81, 1936. J

MISS CATHERINE MUAO UBRIDB two-week honeymoon trip through j
or H. EDO CAUSEYMr South Florida and are now Irving I
i [ and Mrs. Joseph H. Huauof In the Bigger eaartmeade. LET ME FIX YOUR
.
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Homestead announce the marriage
I Social EventsENGAGEMENT II ef their daughter Laura MRS JOHNS TELLS CLUB
Catherine to H. Edd Causey on OF DISTRICT MEETING: LEAKY ROOF
M. Johns a detailed -
July 17 at W:30 a. m. In the Boulevard Mrs. Wm. gave
Christian Church of Miami. report of the district B. P.
The ceremony was performed by W. C. meeting Stuart at a and be cafe from all
OF DR. EARLE MATTHEWSTO the Rev George B. Laird in the Ing of the Homestead a P.
presence of a few doss friends.! at the home of Mrs. L. L.meet-I worry All kinds of
JACKSONVILLE GIRL IS ANNOUNCED Monday evening. The
The bride wore I blue georgette
ensemble with white linen cut- panel discussion she said, roofs made safe with
--
the !taws governing primaries.
Dr. Earl Dwight Matthews, the the early fall. work.collar and navy blue accessories Other business reported was Information FIBRE ROOFING .
youngest ton of Mr. and Mil. "Miss Poulnot Is the attractive about the regional con-
Stanley f. Matthews of Home- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. If. Mrs. Causey was reared In Jacksonville ference to be held In Miami In Do it right away.
steed, will wed MlM Alice Poul- I Poulnot of Jacksonville, Fla. She and was graduated from August
not of Jacksonville In September la a petite brunette endowed with the Robert E. Lee High School Mrs. Bow served cookies and $3 per Square
according to an announcement individual beauty and a charming there. During the past year she punch.
e reaching here this week. Dr. Mat- personality which have endearedher has live in South Florida. (It X II Fee)
thews was graduated from Homestead to 8 host of friends throughout Mr. Caiuey Is a son of Mr. and MRS. BONNIC1ISEN GIVES
High School at the bead of her state. Mrs. E. W. Causey of Newnao, PARTY FOR MRS. B. E. TUTTON .
his class and when he completed Dr. Matthews la the son of Mr. Ga., and Hastings, Fla. He attended Monday evening Mrs. G. M.
I the work for a bachelor's degreeat and Mrs. S. F. Matthews of Homestead Newnan' High School, Sonnlchsrn gave a dinner party
the University of Florida was Fla. He was born In North Georgia Military Academy At- In honor of Mrs. a E. Tutton who L O. HALL
j awarded a fellowship at the University Dakota and has lived In many lanta and Mercer University in has been here visiting her mother,
of Maryland. At presenthe states of the Union. Macon. He is now employed by I Mrs. H. C. Reed, since Sunday. til N. W. 14tk Street
is assistant agronomist at the "After his preliminary education the state road department as an I Those attending were: Mrs. HOMESTEADCHASE
experiment station In Griffin, Oa, Dr. Matthews attended and Inspector at Tavernler. Reed, Mrs. F M. Fops, Mrs. Joel
The following announcement Is was graduated from the University They have returned from a r J Robinson. and Mrs. Tutton.
reprinted from I Griffin news : of Florida where he was a
member of the Alpha Gamma Rho
paperMr.. and Mrs. C N. Poulnot of social fraternity. He received his
Jacksonville, Flat, announce the PH.D.from the University of Maryland : e I
engagement of their daughter, Alice where he was a member of SANBORN tl'bby'$
to Dr. Earle Dwight Matthews Phi Kappa Phi honorary scholastic
of Griffin. The wedding; will be fraternity, and Sigma Zi, pro- D
solemnized la September. f.ulonalaclentlflo fraternity. He Coffee
Is now assistant agronomist at the MILK
"Cordial interest throughout experiment station.
Griffin and I wide surroundingarea "After their marriage the couple
is centered In the above announcement will be at home to their friendsIn lb. t t t 3 tall cans
betrothal of on
of the the Rosalyn Apartments
Miss Alice Poulnot of Jacksonvilleto South Hill street They will prove L r
Dr. Earle Dwight Matthews of attractive additions to the young 'e
this city. Their marriage win be married contingent of their social 24c Zlc
solemnized In Jacksonville during set In GrlUin.I ,
SATURDAY SPECIALS
.,., ...,,..1t I
.NNNNN W NNNIINNNNMNI N N/N-N.N- ing at the home of M. E. Sever for

t FLORIDACITY !a few days. CLOTH BAG RIFE S LBS. ARMOCR'S: STAR
.-NNN-MMNYM. .MM.NMNNNNIN
(Continued From Page Five) Walter Woods, Henry Shamano, SUGAR10Ibs.53c BANANAS.13c SLICEDBACON
and Pete SpinelU returned from
ren and daughter spent Thursdajr' Buford, N. C.. on Sunday. '
visiting Mrs. Brooks' ilsterlnlawin
i Goulds. Shirley Dean Doxsee has been RED> CHUT CANS lb------- 34e
I. visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Fulwood Mrs. Fred Henn for the past week. RED TAG DOG FOOD . 25c FRESH GROUND
of West Palm Beach and their son, -
i Bobbie Visited Mrs. George M.' Ernest A. Warren returned to ApricotsNo BEEFNo.
srcciALCRISCO,31b.can57c
Sonnkhaen on Wednesday. I his home here Saturday from Bay

,. Domineco De Marco>> returned Fines, Fla. 2% can 1Sc Ih. . 15c

last week from Buford, S. C A cradle roll program will be
presented at the Free Methodist
Joe Doxse has been 111 at his Church at 1 o'clock Sunday after NO. 1 SELECTED Pure Gold-Plain or Self Rising
home here the past week, but Is noon. COBBLERPotatoes
I reported to be better now.
, Mrs. Ray Goading Is suffering 6 lb. bag ..25c
Mrs. Herman Thompson was from 8 foot Injury received three Flour
t taken to the hospital on Monday.Mr. weeks ago. { 12 lb. bag .....45c

24 lb. bag ......8
and Mrs. F. B. Lelnlnger are "I can't marry him, mother. ;)(
expected to return soon from Ohio He's an atheist and doesn't believe 10 lbs. ----- 3 3C .
when they were called by Illnessof there's a hell.
relatives. "Marry him, my dear, and between JEWEL LIFEBUOY BARS LEAN MEATY
us we'll convince him that
+ Helen Tucker, who had been a he's wrong."-Ex. LARD4Ib.pkg.50c TOILET SOAP 19c SPARE RIBS
guest at the Warren home for the
past two weeks, returned to her
horn Saturday. DR.M.A.BERGERDentist ASSORTED FLAVORS lb. . .1Se

Edra Wynne of Elk6, Ga., was a DRIED NAVY JELL-O, 3 pkgs. -'- 20c
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Se RIB

i very on Monday. BEANS41bs. NO. Hi CANS 1 CANS BEEF STEW
Dirt and Mrs. Ted Walker and 36 N. Krome Avenue

son, Teddy who have been spending Upstairs 25c FRESH PRUNES 25c lb. . lOc
the summer In Goshen, N. Y,
( are expected to return the first Office Hours 8:30-1:30
part of August BREAD & BUTTERPICKLES VAN CAMP'S WHITE MEAT
orEN'E'1t 'L''OS

Sammie Vann of Lake City and Bl API'OINTMENTAnnie !:
Tuna Flakes
Lynn Sever of Lamonte are visit-



2 large jars 29C 2 cans . . Z'C

Mayhew FitzpatrickGraduate
EXCELL ROUND SIRLOIN er PORTER HOUSE SELECTED

Oberlin Conservatory and Royal Soda Crackers Frem Baby Beef" CHUCK ROAST

Conservatory of Leipzig STEAKS, lb. ,* 25c

i 1 lb. pkg. 10cEXCELL HOCKLESS lb. - 20c

w PIANOFORTE AND THEORY

PICNIC RAMS, lb. 27c BONELESS$ BUTTS
i Redland Road,Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422
Graham Craxllb.pkg.13c FRESH IB. Wlite"lee.


PORK SHOULDERS 22c lb. . 15c
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Surveys Maps SOUTHERN LADY COUNTRY ROLLBUTTER


A.. R. LIVINGSTON SALAD DRESSING

REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER or RELISH SPREAD


Registered Land SurveyorBOX I. qt. jar 25c lb. -37c
Ml HOMESTEAD.: FLA.'



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