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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00085
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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(VOLUME XXIV--NUMBER 33 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA FRIDAY '
MORNING AUG. 14, 1936 PRICE FIVE ( ENIt





CROP' PROSPECT; BEST IN. YEARS' I






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CAVES HEADS I Fuchs 124 Degrees Encounters.and Snow Drought oaTourof and'Floods West, PRICES AIREADY RISING AS,



BALL LEAGUE Everything from drought Mary's Lake which was well stocked ''

the Middle West to floods in Texas r with mountain and rainbow I. DROUGNTCAUSFSSHORTAGEOF

and landslides in Mexico, from trout, and after.... bad fried several -,

;, snow in the Rockies to 124 degrees of them for supper we understood -

SECOND HALF Fahrenheit In Arizona, and from why/: then have achieved FARM PRODUCTS MS.
sandstorms in the Arizona desert their wldf fame :
tea tropical hurricane in Alabama, Early the next morning we I

was encountered on an Aorocw started up the continental divide _.
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A, He and Brooker Chosenas tour from which Mr. and Mrs, Many people told ua> that it was ,
Rue and Arthur Ask Chas T. Fuchs Jr., Mr. Fuchs' Impossible to/make the trip with- !' MRS: cox KILLED'' Local Growers Strum af

Relieved daughter, Jane, and his brother, out first unhooking the Aerocar; I Traces as Hazard
to Be
Richard, returned two weeks ago. however, the ranger told us It wa Still ManyEMERGENCY
Mr. ruche, whom Homesteadstill unnecessary and we. stalled out. I i IN CAR COLLISION
BROOKER AND ROTES regards us Its own althoughthe Before noon we had reached an I| LOANS

.FIRST HALF LEADERS need for a centr.lloc.tlon obliged I altitude ol'almost 12,000. feet and !I BURIEMTUESDAY 1 '
,4 I him to move his large mod- were throwing snowball Of, AVAILABLE TO SKIT:" 1

< Closing Games Plated Friday ern bikery to South Miami was. ont course it was necessary to use
'! program of the Homestead second gear (and first occasionally Removal of Conservation
Second Halt HUsband and E. Wood-
; Op- ) but unencumbered I
Rotary Club Wednesday for a talk many passenger Restrictions Down
ened WednesdayChas. I on his Interesting trip, and by request cars had to do the same ward in, Hospitals Bad Here Expected[ '

he has given the Leader- thing, and there were many icy I ly Injured .
X. Cave ld Henry I II Enterprise the following lint-hand mountain streams from which to e
With immense at.urtugr
I Brooker, Jr., were elected} ptcsl- accoqnt ol It: (Continued on Page Three) Mrs. Alice Mildred Cow of Red an In
dent and vice-presMenV respectively Letving Miami the evening of land. 41, killed !In M 8I.I"-obil'i crop of all kind and a .u..wij

of the Homestead Qlanpnd June ilia, t Cooties Aerocar witha jioUlslon early Saturday. night at rise In prices taking pl..-<-. ihir ta
Ball Association at I meeting held Ree power t. we traveled 12- LIONHEE.MOVIEOF: : : ,the iBtersection, ol Coconut Palm' I II the ravages of' drought In newt

Tuesday night; tier take the 001 miles anlt'went'throuelt twen' I drive and Farm Life road, was of the United States this. ."_.
places of Frank Rue and A. r ,-__. .. and Mexico In the i burled Tuesday afternoon la Paint I II truck grower of South amp who
A
Arthur, both ot whom resigned eight 'w we.,. gone 101USTRIP' I Cemetery at Naranj following: will diversify their crop* twn.
their re.pectlve'offlce.! because of We went first to Chicago where funeral service conducted In the. than ever face the brightest pm*

pressure of other duties. W. T, we. attended the W E. Long 900 t; 'In MUGS, : cemetery chapel by the Rev liar-I ;peel I* years local arrktiltnititobatvixn

McConnell continue'" as. secretary.. ferenc ot bakery'executive and b .-, ,......... -+ _....... -- '.teX R-..Core,, retired minister of agreed this wet*.
'is"\ "juid'trealUr.'.' learned of the tat tt,t Improvements Silver Palm The department ef agrb'tiliuni

.Clyde Gasman and Claude In bakery equipment; a.-t New Resident Gives:Trav la accordance with wlahea, of has 1 alreadV.announced th* Mm**

Campbell were chosen umpires' and: advertising Representative- I elog-of.Expedition Ha' :the family, 'the funeral was private -I which growers previously untmd
for the second half. Fish, of New YorM was one ot th but, the popularity and esteem to keep Idle under the tail im-
The end of the first halt Friday t: Accompanied: in which Cox held
many> interesting speakers. Mrs. : we* serration program, may b* i>lnt.
w night saw Brooker Lumber CO. Heading west from Chicago we- Moving) picturec oil! the Northeastern was attested by the great number ed to wheat, com and font*, > ,cops
leading the A league with t games I continued Cheyenne) and then Greenland expedition made 'ot floral pieces which filled two without loss of conservation ix-nr-

won and 2 lost:, and the Rotary turned south: to Denver.. On out In 1931 by Arthur D Norcrosa, room al the Turner Funeral Home I i fit payments, County Atf ,nt CIt
Club leading the B league with I way down, w* decided to visit New York publish and Captain from which the procession left for Steffanl said yesterdw Owl

) 8 won and 4.10It. i Rocky Mountain National Park at I Bob Bartlett the one who took the cemetery at, 1 o'clock. Pal) : while be- haa not yet rc.It.'I m,.

The final standings for the first 1'.1'" Park which turned out to Perry within walking distance of bearer were Charles Pratt W. O. I tics that this ruling wile ,ipi.ii, l<,

half are aa follows : be one of the most Interesting of the North Pole, were shown anda TalbMt Harry Reely. Ton Chapman truck crops it Is reasonable' u> .ntldpate -

A, Leave all the parks We spent one night at I tra elg given at the Redland Green Rive and AIM Hem- an announcement <" thiseffect

'. District Lions Club meeting Tuesday ming. before long-.<.speti ll< with
Team. W L PeL I II She Is survived by her husband, ..., ,
night, Charles Pope, a member respect to potatoes. as tin i 1M. iishortage
Brookes .. ... .. II 2 .818 ROTARY TO SEEK
n' Charles Cox. driver and only oth-
I of the expedition who has fol la acute due t. .tr"uithi +
GouldJ .., .. ._. II I ..500Cloninger
1 of their when the I .
II lowed the example of his brother, er occupant car thet has burned up tu' ,ia tiiu
n' I' e .45:1: I l Lawrence Pope and become a accident occurred who I I. confined fields In the Dakotan and .ilx" ,
Home _._,.' .._. .. roo 3 II ..261IS FARM I FORECAST j jSERVICEINDADE to Post Graduate Hospital here ,
I I resident ol the Hedland Dlsnict potato growing ami' of tin "unMr. -
League Mr. Pope now owns a grove on with two dislocated neck vertebra. :tI7.

ti; ; r Team WLPet.. Eureka.drive, but this summer he and other less serious injuries; by Steffani said the: KH,w<'i'.
Rotary __._.__._...._ 8 4 .668 I Cox .
I and Mrs Pope are occupying Swan six step-children Paul 29 Who wanted to come In UN , Tavern Store _"n" e II .1145 Acres while the owners Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Williams, Mrs. War- provisions of the soil cow i ,,,l ion ;
Burton ___.__._ ,_.._ II e ASS I Club .
Challenges LiQns to Mrs George Swan, are vacationIng ren Hutton, Mildred Cox, 13, Jeanette program could do to a< n< had
Rustic Inn ._______._ 3 7 ,300 : Pool Benefit Ball i at Chatham Mass, and other 11. and Irene 7; by three I: been instructed receive upidk.i

Game Series point brothers Willis Brown, ot SanAntgnto I i Won*. The work .ht<,K one
a In the closing games Texas, Roland Brown of ,
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/, victorious : The Norcross-Bartlett expedition available at his offices m .is. courthouse
Brooke Lumber Ctt was Extension of-the- state-federal Is tbe one on which Redland Amarillo, Texas, Walter Brown of I > at Miami and In ih. olwmtber
over Cloninger Packing Co. I of Somerville. Ma *., and another lui ,
District fruit was taken part of committees dme: [r.
frost service Dade
to
15 to 11 and the- Rotary team defeated forecasting it sent from the grove of Lawrence brother In the Philippine Islands; Homestead The Homestebd ,rffliw
I County will be sought by the
Tavern Store 8 to 4. two sister, Mrs A. W. Carter :
Homestead Rotary Club. At the Rope and part sent from the grove by I (Continued on Page Kiiiht
In the Brooker-Clonlngcr game I of the Mrs H. H. McCloud who and Mra Howard Somers, both of
meeting ef the club Wednesdaynoon
the score see-jawed; back and Somerville, and by two step- South, Dade Ballots
In Legion Hall, A. r; Arthur died about a year and a half ago
forth until the sixth when
Inning
Brooker out in front -and and Frank: B. Hue were appointed The, speaker said there was no grandchildren, Marion and Jane Go to Judge A odr wnSouth'
pushed spoilage at all In the fruit except Hutton. I
committee to contact Drt Ellison I
a
held Its lead, ot two points, giving
during the very lost part of the Mr*. Cox came her from Sarasota Dad joined the nt oil
weathers bureau official in charge
(Continued on Page Eight) trip a little over six: : years ago to Dade County and the n "' of the
ol the service, with headquartersat I
County CommiMJoar Lunar i become the bride of Mr Cox. By state of Florida in choosing Judge
Lakeland and state
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'". Second Half' Schedule station authorities.At ; experiment, Paxson of South Miami made a her devotion to hit six. moth rllaa I I C. O. Andrew* a* tn* Demoi rutki

. short talk on trip he made children and her cherry, competent nominee tor the tyiltai States
service
, the extend
;;;; present France participation in Parent-Teacher senate seat left vacant by trw' death
August dlad ball schedule throughout the citrus,belt and Into through Switzerland. Italy,
and England: and promised to give Association and other community of.$enatcr PuIorrunrn.I1l
Goulds
I. far
" Aug. 14-FIa. cttrw. ; the truck farming.territory a*
and social activities, she won universal In Homestead. Precinct '12, thVote .
more detail at a later date Hugh !
.' Tavemier vs. Button. south M Miami Lack of fund *
of Teas admiration and bona. She > was* Andrew 271.. <',irltnn
M. Johnston, Brownsville, >
#, Aug. 11-8rookel Tf. Fla Oty; Is, said tohave prevented Istensicer **-
Burton vs. Rotary, farther seuth. son of HI W Johnston of this was born in DerryvN.JH,and livedin 104. The. only precincts In UM
$ Texas before moving to Florida. Redland District that went MCkrfat.were
TI- city, made a short talk on Texas
Aug; l$ ome vt. Oeuldat The question was brought upseveral
. Tcrnier va. Burton.Aug. week ago, byv Rotarian, and told of. the activities of After finishing' their Saturday M (Gould** and 70
SOTa. City 'f& Horn; Fred H. Redd. BrownsvUl and the Brownsville I'night shopping. In,.Homestead)dr. ,(Princeton). For thai. mutter,
Lion Club. Lion George D. and Mrs. Cox were on their way they were-the only two Cirlion
I Burton vs.. Rotary. I. Th Ito.t the IUQeItlon.ofCbu.
Reuhlc.spok on the firstand second (Continued on Pag Two) precincts from South )flaml1/
Aug. 24-Brooker vt. Goulds; J. Caves, treasurer of the
i the Lion rod of Florida City Inclusive
Tavernier vf Burton. Joint clvtot cluJr swimrnint pool point of I
Aug. 29-Horn* VK Brooker; committee voted to challenge the uric*;:" Beach leant WittlIay AtLCN! Wt9T TO COlkUOIT

, Rotary vs. Tavernier. Redland: District Lion Club to a THE Free Game Here SundayA REVIVAL Vt HOHK8TEAI
, WKATHEKOffVkl
, Aug 2S-Goulds vs. 'FUL. CIty; aerie of three diamond ball game. WHlkw nsOTt.. .k. *ot i..t<.l The tn. Allan West, son tIC Mr t
I Burton va. Taveraiej to be played for the benefit'of th* 1laryw.u. susiss. f hriaa diamond ball team from the and Mrs. Ceo A.. W.... wail vondurt -
Aug. II-Fla. City vs. ,Brooker; pool repair fund by t amts. made 'e, I aim 21 1 bateaaleAug. Miami Beach Athletic Clash will a revival III the Firms ijMiMU.

Tavernier vf. Rotary. up entirely of members. Mr. 7 ._ 90 19 20.03 ..08Aug ploy *a exhibition gam on the Church.trots Aug. II tilt Sept 6A.
Sept : -Goulds vs. Home Bur Cave, who Is also president of 8 .___ 111 70 30.1Aug. municipal field la Homestead SUB. special tevitatkra.. Is otton1' *,

ton vs. Rotary, the Homestead Diamond Ball 9 .._ :. .70Aug. day at 1:JO. p. m. with a picked all young people to attend
Sept., 4-Horn* vs. Fla. City; League, and Roy Chandler will 10 : 89 21.8'1 team from the Homestead Diamond On Sept I a (bun* supper< f ,
Rotary vs. Tsvemterj deliver the challenge to the Dons Aug. 11 II It 29.961.82Aug. Bail League* will be held la boom: of the IWMXtynrrenth +
Sept T Goulds vs. Brooker; and arrange date and other details > it 3003Aug. Ho admission will be charged anniversary II Use C
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Burton vs. Rotary. I If the ghallenje U pted. I 8! 30.00: .10 fpoda&ora'.hi, fame* founding of tLc Ilw<..It.Sol .


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Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, August/: 14, 1936
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1 "'" M' "'"'''' Is invited to attend I
COX KILLEDIN Death Takes J. E.Johnson, The public Negro Still Operator
SERMON TOPICS any or all the sessions, he says
Former Store ManagerJoseph -- Classes in Bible study, music Given 6 Months in Jail

CAR COLLISION E. Johnson M of Naranja FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH art, drama and handicraft an
being taught, and the pupils rang Stalking a liquor still north-
who earns to the Redland District A.... W-Morning same
28 from, In age from four to fifteen Miss west of Goulds about I p,m. Saturday -
years ago Albany. by the Rev 0 V. Russell efef
BURIED TUESDAY Esther Livingston Is dean of the Constable Joe Scarborough
Oa, died Saturday after a long South Miami) evening sermon.
Illness. Funeral services were "Hew Might God Speakto school of Homestead surprised and arrested -
The school will close on Friday Its operator, Mile Slaughter -
conducted Tuesday by the Rev. C. Us Through the Holy
Continued From One
to Page ) N Walker pastor of the First Baptist Spirit" of next week with a picnic la the colored, and destroyed the still ..
Miami driving tilt on Coconut
Palm drive, when mother car,I Church of Homestead, in the afternoon and a program In the and five barrels of mash.

driven bjr Edward Woodward olRedland chapel of Palm Cemetery at Na-' CHRISTIAN SCIENCE evening After preliminary hearing
.. where burial took place. Slaughter was held by Justice of
and going north on Farm Asjr I*-Less** sermon
Life road, collided with the side of Turner Funeral Home was la topic -Soul" Altman Assume New the Peace Sid I.. Kendrick for ''

the Cox auto at the intersection.In charge of arrangements. Duties at New Smyrna court of crimes and Monday before :
the car with Woodward were Mr. Johnson, an uncle by marriage HOMESTEAD METHODIST Judge Wayne Allen of that \'

his older brother Henry, and Henry of Mrs A, D. Fogle and a CHURCH Promoted to the position of court, he pleaded guilty to a chargeof ,

'i stepson Lee Landrum, age 12. brothearln-law of Mrs Virginia A... IS-Morning message. track supervisor E E. Altman, for Illegal manufacture and possession
The Cox car was knocked over Moody of Naranja, was bookkeeperof "Weralag Out BaJvstloa 13 years with the Florida East of liquor He was sentenced -

on its tide and Mr Cox, thrown O W. Moody general store at evening message, "Why I* Coast railroad, assumed his new to 90 days In the county
half-way through the window, Naranja torn 1810 to 1813, when Christ Coming AgalarDally duties last week in New Smyrna, jail on each count..
was pinned under It It ti raid he left to become manager of the vacation Bible school t I where he will have his headquar-'

taneoui ai her neck was broken. W. H. Cauley store at Goulds. He last anal Aug. *1. ten Mr. Altman was section
that death must have been Instantaneous later retired and resumed his residence -
I foreman at Homestead for the past
in Naranja' FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
lit her neck was broken. eight years In the course of which I
He la survived by his wife and CHURCH
Jesse Soper who lives on Coconut ; he served as commander of the
Palm drive west of Farm a son, Joseph E., Jr., both of Na Ant It-Morning sermons i
American
John G. Salley Post
road, and George P. Wright Llf'j ranja. Studies la" John-Jesus at I, Legion; commander of the Harry >
Bethels Miss Jane OatUn
lives on Farm Life drive Dixie O. Hall Post Veterans of Foreign I E
Drug; Store Has highway chairman af young
Coconut Palm drive, heard Wars, worshipful master of Royal
crash and rushing to the of Storm Door InstalledA people's meeting at 7 19. I .
scene Palm Lodge No. 100, r. and "- 14.;
the accident,helped lift the car and I and consul commander of Homestead -
steel storm door that rolls i
extricate the body of Mrs. Cox up 178 Enrolled in Daily Lodge, W. a W.
out of the In the day time and
way
which was brought to the PostGraduate Vacation Bible SchoolOne Mrs. Altman and their baby will d
at
night form an effective barrier .
Hoipltal and then takento Join him at New Smyrna later.
against wind, rain and thieves,
Tumer'a Funeral Home by a hundred seventy-eight students -
was Installed this
week by the
Turner ambulance Dixie Drug Store are enrolled In the fifth annual For the CnltUUd GeneralPublic
Mr. Cox, the extent of whose dally vacation Bible school Lecturer (In village hall): "Now I

Injuries was not known until after Just Another Straw < which Is being conducted in you all know what a molecule is"

en ex-rajr examination, and the Homestead reports the Rev A. "-I Chairman (interrupting); 'Moat UtilitiesHomestead'
I occupant of the .Woodward car For the Camel's Back Koestllne, superintendent, and of us do, but perhaps 'ou'd better

were also brought to me local hs' The mayor and members of the workers are assisting with the explain for the benefit of those 1
pital for treatment. Edward city council of Homestead have classes The school non-denom I who have never been up In one"'- Poem 505-J
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t Woodward It now In Dad e been served with copies of an alternative inational. Royal Acanum Bulletin.
County Hospital suffering -
train a writ of mandamus dated
broken leg and head injuries In Au,. 10, to'pay $750 in past due I
addition to bruises and cute ba other "
improvement bond Interest to the
parts of his body Henry Wood City Bonding Co. or show cause dlkudJ zWffwn :
ward suffered sever scratches and a
why it should not be paid. The
bruises while the boy, Lee Land-I
citys answer Is returnable before
rum, L.cupcd with minor scratches Circuit
Judge Worth Trammell by FOR ANOTHER MILLION
and bruises 'tomorrow
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J The Woodward car was de-I In the absence of f
I City Attornev
molwhcd, and the Cox car was bad i O E McCasklll, his brother and g OWNER FRIENDS;

Iy wrecked 'I 1 law partner, J M McCasklll; I, will j i

I Constable Joe Scarborough of I| represent the city of Home'tcad.: daNNW
, 1 Homestead made an inveallgation

Immediately 'aftnjr the at'cident.1 I i Sponsor Rewards Team
There were no tye-wltnew I
'I For Three Victories
crash except for the occupants of

the two cars, he aald The Wood.I I J. L. Burton-, sponsor of the Bur

ward brothers and the Landrum;' ton diamond ball team rewarded

boy said the accident occurredtoo ;i i the team for winning three consecutive .,i
suddenly for them to know how i games by giving the
It happened Mr Cox has not been members: a boating and fishing

: questioned aa hospital authorities trip on Aug 6.
Mid condition' would not per Those who went on the trip with

; mit It.IUltlN. Mr. Burton were: Henry Brooker,
of the Peace S. L Kendrick Jr., R E. Sherard, Clinton Bishop,
who made a second investigation Ernest Campbell, Harvey Rue.
with Mr. Scarborough Sun Paul Rue, Charlie Little Win-
day, said that unless and until fred Owens, Pierre McDanIel

further Investigation Justified It, Charles Biando and Angelo Mis-
no Inquest would be held. traits.YOU .

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Friday August 14.1986 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE 4
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FUCIIS FAMILY have no difficulty in going bmeath eel In all HM town, but baseness We bed hard so dIIhtart- '
seem
rarely above 10 degree while
them, and the workers ware almost the Mod Ik so MllUrt....... that it trims stories of the road that tiw winter r
w* aaonUM are likewise
Invisible
because of the distance
Is impossible to estimate
&IAKESAEROCAR and the fog W* wr toM whoa how much ahead wn afNMbly surprised Taw, mild. ''I'IM absence of flies, margpraas '
gas will be used overa theN I
wr* mountain reads hair- '
we headed tor YsMMtt ttts B sell/ other insects, was par- '
particular stretch of, road.Hnwever Vise. titers. and all but w* had no tku r'fy.dwhceable.) We would :
would be better to unhook tilt
, TOUR OF WESTContinued Aerooar, but again we shade hire the Mexicans asa e&BftiHy at all on any of it Th haw W b* In Mettoo adrift* \fie I
trip without difficulty and were Wfi are most polite and Wutsaut -: drips* road was wU paved, with, wont <"'-tile strfka. and were ,
glad! that we had the Aerooar with to please and will do anything awn of the grate steeper Mar tile I fortunate to get Into Shirley Courts I
( Prom ta their power to assist. the' autvec sharper than son be foundon de luxe w
Page One) us because It was not difficult to (a tourist camp) as the "V
refill the radiator some of the handle, and was much more comfortable tourlata -*ven searching throughout -I our federal highway, except 1 hotels were congested All of '' !
grades were 10 steep that on our and the water tank came the town and locating and for one stretch of approximately the utilities were tied up; there
way down we frequently got up ai in very bandy to coolhe motor bringing. an interpreter If neces 61 mile The grades and curve wa no electricity for lighting \\ \41
high u 25 miles per hour in first and refill the radiator. The\ climb ...,. Aa a matter of tact It lethe on this stretch were likewise all streetcars, streetlights or cooking; :.i j J
lear, but we encountered no grades .re long and steep enough to over-, unusual to stop anywhere right but It was In the condition water could be obtained only i
that we could not make and did not heat where on cannot make his wants of a hard-surfaoed gravel road on In minimum amounts; and Ice Will ;
cars.
regret taking the Aerocar with ua many passenger known In English the American eountrysldu Although impoaalbility Nevertheless, w* 'd dan
Continuing toward Yellowstone Los Angeles and the beach drive I As wt had our kitchen and beds : was not as smooth as It i enjoyed our stay Immensely, and 'I'\
Park, we decided to break the down to San Diego were moat interesting In the Aerocar, we were saved the might been, It was the grades the day we left all the utilities ,1
trip at Salt Lake City. One of with the oil fields and necessity of looking for beds and and curves, rather than the rouh-I were restored. I
the most Interesting things to us beautiful beaches, but the Pacific meals, both of which we understood ness of the road which hampered After another two and a half
there, to addition again proved to be less "peacefuJ"than our inMft And nm tn ufetv. mo- I
to the !incomparable to be scarce a* the road Is days on the road we attain found lI
the Atlantic, and a little too
Mormop tabernacle, museum newly opened and they are not as torcycle-mounted officers patrol|I I ourselves back In the United States
and grounds was the clearttreama cold and rough for comfort. The yet prepared to accommodate tourists the road in twos, and there ar at Laredo, Texas, where the Mexican -
of ley water which rushed many rocks projecting put of the I in large numbers; however, frequent roadside camp of soldiers authorities once more closely 1
a continuously down the specially surf frequently were covet with we had no difficulty In procuring ; there is also a large numberof checked over the car and Aero-
constructed, deep gutters on the basking seals, and ; rugged unprepared foods, fruits and vegetables. -' laborers continually at work on car to make sure that w. had not
s main street. beaches were quite different the highway removing the fre- sold any of our equipment. and ,
Arriving at. Yellowstone Park, from our placid sands. As we proceeded we gradually quent landslides which have hampered after the IT. S. customs inspection j.
we went tint to tee Old Faithful It was east of San Diego that we came to understand how the Mexi- the completion of the bad I we headed on for Houston, Texas, .
' and the other geysers and then encountered our first real heat. can scheme of life based on "ma- stretch of road and which blockit I where we visited Mr. and Mrs. I
continued through,Mammoth Hot We bad been warned and had purchased nana" had developed. There is at times. The slides are always Herbert Schott and went through
:Springs on around by the Grand dry Ice to cool the Aerocar no reason for Mexicans to be en- promptly removed, how- their modern baking plant We
'Canyon of the Yellowstone and and Reo, but we soon stopped and ergetic. Nature has provided ever, and the danger of being likewise went over to Galveston
Yellowstone Lake.!!. The scenery got two twenty*five pound cakes huge grove Of wild avocados, caught in one Is slight as the where Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Thompson 'I I
(defied description with the deep of ice which we put in tubs as we mangos and bananas; there are road la closely watched during the took us for I swim and to Club I
gorges, profusion of wild life art needed the water as much as the whole mountainsides covered with rainy (summer) months when Hollywood to be entertained by
the roads literally rarvqd out of the cold. Her again the Aerocar was wild coffee; and for homes, the most of the slide occur. Harry Richman.
sides of the mountains in places; a great aid, ai we were able, by Indians merely thatch a roof and Mexico City, although a mue'' Then came news of the tropical ,j
but we were handicapped in that keeping the windows and doors caver part or all of the aides with and a half high, did not seem storm and w* headed back for
we were ,there while they were closed, to keep much cooler and whatever material is at hand- high at all due to the fact that the| home: stopping only long enough ;t I Ito
badly In need of rain and the dust more comfortable than would have cactus leaves, brush or mud or a surrounding country Is all a high' visit Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cad-
storms prevented our making more been possible in a car. combination of all. Nature, of plateau with a few peaks rising on well In Baton Rouge, to let their
aide trips.: East of Yuma, Arizona, a few course, provides the floor of dirt UB to greater heights. Even In I'state capitol and make a hurried 'I
Leaving Yellowstone Park at miles we hit our first sandstorm, swell the summer It is delightfully cool trip through the bakery.
the north entrance, we went which.reminded us very much of
through the territory most badly the tropical storms because of the
in need of rain, even through some velocity Of the wind. Sand covered \
sections where the webworms had the road, wires were down ,
forced the people to leave their and the heat was almost unbear-
homes. However, the country able outside of the cars, when it ,\
from Spokane down through Port suddenly rained-In the middle of
land and on into California was the desert. This was quite a surprise j
some of the most fertile and Interesting to us, and we asked at the Plan to Spend
of the whole trip. The Columbia next habitation, a filling station
River Drive with Its many if It rained that way often1. The
waterfalls rapids and tunnelled reply was "No, this la the first
roods was particularly interest rain we've had sine four years

ing. It was here that we had our ago last Octoberi" .-. '
first glimpse of salmon fishing It was on this part of'the- trip
Indians with crude spears that we encountered temperatures : ALL DAY
getting huge catches as the fish of 124 degrees in the shade-and
came through the shallows on very little shad to be had. We
their way up the river to spawn. found most of the homes in Phoenix
We were so Interested that we cooled by an Ingenious system
went on down the river below whereby an electric fan Ifl a win-
Portland to Astoria 1o visit one of dow drew the aif through cold- WEDNESDAY I
the modern canneries, which was I water soaked excelsior. The exceedingly -
a model of cleanliness. We were dry air with the quick
told that the canneries are actually evaporation of tile water combined .
Increasing the number of salmon to cool the rooms down to a
each year. As the fish are temperature where sleep was pos (August 19 1936))
taken from the nets they arestripped sible. ,

of.their eggs,.which ,are From Phoenix we headed for
paRa In IUDS, lenuizea ana taicen Laredo Texas, where we intended
to the hatcheries.The to cross the border into Mexico.

highway from Astoria down We went by way of San Antonio
the Pacific coast is newly opened and passed through the section IN MIAMI
and the land very thinly ,..ttld.We which had recently suffered from : : :
were told that until comparatively the cloudburst The main thing ,,., ', I,
recently It was inhabited of Interest through this section,jo ,
only by Indians, and with its fer- tar as the road was concerned, ,"
tility and semi-tropical climate was that there are many dips In
it has great possibilities for farm-I the road instead of bridges. We
Ing. It is In this section that the were told that this la because of Attend the Bargain
;largest sea cavern on the coast Is the scarcity of rains, and the fact ,
located. It Is inhabited by sea lions that when it does rain the water
and several rare varieties of birds. comes down with such force as
The highway in southern Oregon to carry boulders of considerablesize Festival of the Year ;
Is literally cut through a red- and this makes it difficult to
wood forest and winds among build a permanent bridge. Although -
the forest giants some of which the water may, and does,
are actually excavated on one get deep enough to halt traffic, it
side-they seemed too large to be usually subsides in the course of
spoken of as merely cut. a few hours.

Our first stop in California was We had intended to spend the :
at Sacramento where we met Earl night in Laredo, Texas, but were MMIDAY
h Schnetz of the Pioneer Baking told that the bridge to Nuevo Laredo
Company, who insisted that we in Mexico was open and decided -
must see Lake Tahoe before leav to go across that night. The
ing. Sacramento Is located In avery Mexican authorities listed all the
fertile flll'lllln'l@Ctlon, which, extra equipment on the car and
however, depends almost entirely Aerocar, such a* bumpers, spare
on ditch irrigation for water. As Urea, radio and the kitchen water
it is In the valley, the days.. uncomfortably I pump, to make sure that we ,
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hot but in less than might not sell some of It In Mexico All the merchants'" '
leading
two hours we reached mile-high and avoid duty; and after we
Lake Tahoe which was quite cool I had obtained our permits and gone .
and comfortable and a delightful through rudimentary inspection in Miami are co-operating
resort section. Here again game we Started down the highway.Our }
was plentiful Numerous deer wereseen first --purchase of gasolln .
make this the
crossing the road on their was an adventure In Itself. It ls to, greatest :
way to water. sold throughout Mexico by the
W* thought It waa hot as. we liter and costs from IS to 22 centavos : of all MIAMI DAYS ;
headed for San Francisco, but it so the cost I* about the
was nothing to what we wen to lime u In the United State But i
encounter later. The ferry m tM matter of estimating bow much ;
Oakland to San Francisco went your tank will hold U another

beneath on* of the hug e' bridges'wsdeq'oaneiz thing anti_If,, oeCMsarjr to keep 4
redcap .la face,' ,itr :tli*tank a*nearly full at possible. '
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Published Friday at Home9100A 74 Little .
*' &.. br UM South Dad
rablfahrag Ce V Bird *


..1:00tau: :. _. ..EditorKjtUnd A /
Told Us

aa eft.*. elm mall
waiter Mares (, Ill, at the pout y Jd
...... ** Homestead Florida under .
the oil *f March J, U7t.HI II i That the expression "the Kansas Ii<
I I Cooltdge", paints a picture of i.
"a PRICE IIM TEAK / close-mouthed complacency and 5
lack et action in a period ,when 1
I speculators were running hog- ,
"Ueal .Floridians" Praisedby wild and helping to bring about "
'I the condition which Hoover was '
Editor :powerless to remedy and the crin ,:i
Is which Roosevelt began to &1 4leviate j
A tribute to the women of Florid within 24 hour after hit ,1
.., of UM Florida/ the tourist don inauguration .
not MW Is paid by Mr AnnaSttfM ,
Richardson, author playwright I' I That If the'present city fathers" '
ry
and director of 'the Good
do not get something done about, '
Cltlyt'iishlp Bureau of the 'Woman I an
the bonded Indebtedness, It ,won't i,'
>Home Companion, In the eur-
I kr r be because they are not trying-. _,>
rent i issue of the magazine. i 'krh.y' and "'
sweating night after night on
Mix Richardson find the real necessary preliminaries.That .
lot rM Florida "modest in dress and'muiijwis '

kindly to strangers, hot-i" F Y t. i tI a considerable number of '
pliable' efficient, thrifty, and loy- voter thought the wrong man had i'
-I I hi "her state and iti people." This been asked to withdraw from the. I
.>". iijuUanU; with the Impression I II senatorial race. '
.( in.niv winter tourists that Flor- i
Mb ,i.H wanton IOn of jade who' That a certain Homestead storekeeper -.
u"p...... her figure too freely to \ enjoyed lifting by a roar.
U.., sun and the beach promenade I j jj big fireplace little more than a I
who makes up and dresses week ego while Homestead par. "'
nun ,iju>usly, who smokes and I son was traveling in an auto made ..
drink offensively and li generally i bearably coot by air conditioning 1
.,. hard ai nails.n ." | i with ice In a dishpan placed under
her article, Mm RichardsonFiiipluuiltf j Ifr ,lAt, S vr the ventilator and the windows

that to Florida, the shut to keep out scorching outside ,
winter tourist la Just an Industry, air--and almost at the same time
\ liki lu 4100,000,000 cltrua industry I that a former Homestead baker

I was throwing snowballs at his
".lust as the automobile Industry : wife, J I
IUp",...."* Detroit," the write, "10 "
*... the tourist Industry support I \ That last winter' cut-short
Florida: supports so well In fact Ot.t.A SI cropping season leaving a lot of 1
I thai dUI ing six month of the year ..... ', young blades with nothing to do '"
f riiiiulii' clean Itself up and pro- -l'. .. but get married, may be responsl ,
.
.
.. .. .., I ble tore
owl t>> enjoy the beaches and larger crop than ever
tinurt J.o.-c( the other half of the year a
: To ,it* own people Florida U not aim I THE distinction of being the FIRST AMERICAN though known a*the "!hut Place"was then called
I v-go-round, a glorified Coney TO BECOME A RECOGNIZED PRINCESS "Bell Vue." .During a visit to Prance after LouIe full of books written by Jack ton-
, Inh.nd or a Ravenna Beach. It was achieved by a Tallahassee resident, when Napoleon became emperor, Priaeasa Marat was don, and we also have the life
h ""n....." I *a July II, 182, Catherine Willis Cray who ...... publicly acknowledged a prineeea Franc and story of Jack ..London, himself
j MII Richardson U well ac- riginally from Virginia' Warn the wife of Prince greatly honored at'the ........' .court She died written by his wife-far mom .
: qimhiii.il with the Florida of the Charles Louis Napoleon Achilla Marat, nephew of shortly after the class fit the Clot War. thrilling than any fiction. '
, -r.fr season, with the reel Florid- Napoleon Bonaparte and son of Joachim, King of LEAVES OP fllLVERI Such f itory? Try "The Valley of theStar"
tan And she known to many Naples. Th Murati lived a happy, simple life' at ky the 1Ilctllr..lle. SILVER PALM by Charles Seltzer It runs
: Florida women, for the has ad. their Florida plantation horn Jefferson County which grow along BisearM Bay and the Florida
true to form, plenty of action. outlaw
, I i dry'-red many club group and f der and Wall the ."e' .
about SO wiles from Tallahassee, war quite Keys. are actually pale green raid and a bit t>f romance
: ( ii.Mi throughout the Mate:,I active in the social and p.Utlcallif. sf the community. above they are quit silvery underneath, which thrown In. One critic in writing
1 Ttwiufore heeitrlendtr remark mth. .. Woman Home death a appearance give of the story laid when he read this
Companion arc' Mtrrst bought a modest lorn ta Tallahassee, which tM tree Its popular name. book he "could smell the saddle
calculated to help the people of thinoth. !
I leather!"' That' not surprising
, 'i 47 states to a better under- I

: stranding of Florida' cltlxens ..' ..'' ... .'............ I II when you remember Seltzer himself
) ; fame Craig Kennedy is really was once a cow puncher and
t THE UBRARIAN'S CORNERBT | better known than his creator, Could ride the range with just such
: A. U. C's. of Safety First MRS. b >Ik HOW URRARIAH' i I Frequently the librarian la asked, characters as he now put in his
, r I I Have you any books by Craig books Maybe all these stories
By Tom WhatleyA Kennedy" and sometimes we hear are not fiction.

: u liar Alertness, which driver,, imiARf Novas years old and left more than five "1 can find several Kennedys on D. Wilford Wine, 20 E. Jackson
I t: .h..ukl \lie.I 'I>Mir, W.*.......,. Temdays. tTiMday r. w hundred novels, short stories, picture -I I the "K" shelves, but I cannot find Blvd. Chicago, in., managing editor
I B "K fur brakes, to apply when con; frl plays sketches, all of
1.10"' "t e. n,lli M t. .., ,-. s. w.
of Modern announces
fused Have read "Michael. Bro- Poetry
them dealing With crime and mystery I you
:, I (' i* raw caution to be used all the ; Mr. Reeve created Chaig ther of Jerry" by Jack London the time limit tor submitting -
Uim. lecturer I Kennedy while he was a studentat I We have a new copy of this book verse has been extendedto
: D .K fur diunkeness, the worst'; Princeton using the first name j and if you like dogs and dog Aug. 31. No fee win be asked
: 5 diMiia crime. papers and magazines, U dead. of a cousin <"ralg and the last stories you had better try to get from writer and the followingcash \
: i E In for earnestness In driving ahead Seventy year old, he died at hi* name of a classmate, Charles Kennedy the book while all the page are prize are offered-$230.00
I home .tn Carmel, Cal lie gave In later year Charles intact Michael wa a dog of the for the most original verse, 150.00
I : F IS for fogginess so feared on the I a good many year of his lif, tryIng I Kennedy became a member .f the south seas, a good sailor who for the moat original sonnet' and
.. nxid, to teach the American publicto Princeton faculty and Craig Kennedy I passed through the hands of eev1 $IOO.O for the}not original quat
1 0 i I.i for grade that demands lots, look fact In the. face and recog I a detective of International 1 oral master We have a half rain.
; .d cats, nise the truth, even when it wa
M m tot hazards youth find everywhere unpleasant He wa the crusadIng -
i leader of that school of journalism -
ti 1 IK lot Injuries' so often sustained,I which Theodore Roosevelt
, J <> for jails when they can't be called "Macllra< ' xplulned, '. pie thought the president had wined New Stock of Fall SeedJust
i J K I I. for klstdnes you show on the i a new word when seeking .an
! ; way. epithet to fling at the man who:
r ; L itar law which en should dared Uncover I few public end
OlMVM private afr.ln.But( Theodore I Arrived
i" for the Morgue* where lie' all Roosevelt went back to John Bunyon' _
UM dead l story of 'i Pregresi"to
N i i. fur negligence\ the court1 find that word "muckracklng":1

\ witikt reed,' :Words are interesting things, i We have a New Stock of Tomato,Pepper. Cabbage and other Vegetable
r' 0 i 10 for ordinances, supposed to sometimes the newest prove to beth
"br Known, oldest I Seed for Fall Planting. We also have Rcdland Brand Fertilizers for ';
V if fur pedestrians, who hive A* a detective Craig Kennedy '
rights of their own. rank second only to Sherlock !! Every Purpose. Use Redland Brand for Quality; and Quantity.; .
Q i- h.r quickness of thought When Holmes and It Is difficult to realize !
i II. needed sometimes he i* not a person- '(
,IU&1,'bllt a character In fiction !
n >> I"M' rules, 1I'blcll.lhould ihvaysIH ,
heeded created by Arthur B Reeve, who I
.- ? i IIH, safety lent speed and more) died Sunday at his home In Trtn-j j Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.
( .410, ton N. J. Mr Reeve was 531! 1
r r MI 111 r i in -f ii i i a I
T is riir ihlnklng-do you do your I Manufacturers Rtdland Brand Fertilizer
Jhd M 1 1lJ preaching a hill, j
u'riir understanding the ether X .I* for X-,.,.* used after a apia i PHONE M FRANK B, SCE, 111..... HOMESTEAD TlX
11W1I" rights > I Y la for you on which all this de- ,1 "
v .< fur visibility so see to your I penda, I I MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORSr
ilgrUy Z L for teal thus the alphabet1
to tee -ratchfulnes when 1IPO-, ends. i tIIIII




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'i 1 ( Friday, August 14. 1936 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE PAIN Five


I and Mrs. a C. Miwtthy. Mn.Fuchi Merrill Strath turned ".-, Angelo .ylvetri returned tram
{ add .her Freddie from two-week ',
yvh son day stays Crop" the Kendall boepital Tueaday.
k' accompanied them to Orlando tor Foster near Jacksonville and a
In and Ground I a two-week visit visit\ with his parent in Stark Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pullen and
I I Me*. B. a Fullen left Wednesday
Mr. and Mn. George Cook of Aubrey ChaaUcs ..twrnod Saturday for a visit with relative in Kentucky ,
Jacksonville and Miami and their from a at.week visit with and Oklahoma.NARANJA. ;

if HomesteadMr. two soma, Ralph and Dick, were teteUves In Falutka and Stuart.

: Sunday.guest of Mr. and Mn. J. R. Byrum Mr. R. Gods returned to M''M'f f

Homestead Monday from Augusta ,
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Ga., where she spent a week with
: Mr. and Mn P J. Franklin returned day to spend a month with relative Albert Byrum I I. pending this her mother. Mr. and Mn C. X. Hyde of
Wednesday from a vacation *. Mn Ranson is visitingin week hi Coral Cables with an Tamp and Mr. and Mn C W. 1
of two weeks spent In Hendenon-f Jacksonville, and Mitt Ramon uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.U ,! Mable Ruth".p"returned'l'ue4ay ; McQinni of Orlando were guests

.,- If'.. vlUe, N. C. Returning with them la visiting was their ion, Theodore, who attended I Paul Bloomqulst, in Miami. spent a week with |dna Lowe. Monday until Wednesday. Mrs.
,I ; Camp Cloudmont Men'I' Pierre McDontel left Tueadayto Her hostess is a guest at the Pope McGinnls Is a niece of the late I
I Mr. join his mother at the home of Joseph E. :Johnson and Mn Hyde
tone Ala. this summer. and Mn. H. J. Payla left home this week1'LORIDA
her Mn. H. T. Sewell. in sister.
to mother Is a
Wednesday visit their son-in-
r.
Mr. and Mn.: Howard Johnson law and daughter, Mr. find Mn. Lavonla, Ga. I'ronLavonl.,.,
Ga. CITY Mr. and Mn. H. H. Graham with
they will go to Dublin, where
returned from month'ivacation Aubern Dellinger In Shelby, N. C.
Sunday
A Mr. McDaniel will Join them at Mn. W. W. !!every. CormponOolMra. their three sons, J:. J. H. H., Jr.,
w apent In HendenonvUle, They plan also to make a'trip to .
the home of his mother, Mn. R. L. and Burton returned Tuesday \
: N. C, New Orleans and other Washington, 'D. C.
"
'i" McDaniel.Mr. from a vacation spent at their summer -
In the South. Charles Becker and Miss I
point
,
Ii Mitt Miriam Burton left Sundayon Resalyn Becker are spending a camp in the mountains ot
and Mrs. J. T. Martin and North Carolina They traveled ;
month at Miami Beach.
and Mn. Tom Fault and a thne-wtek vacation trip i
1hf: their two children Elmer and Nel also in Tennessee. On the
; two children Rex and Dale, I Which wilt Include atop in.Georgia way H"
.W; will leave Sunday in the Fuchi Vermont, Canada, Connecticut lie Mae, are now staying at Cape Mr. and Mn.Roy Chandler's two home, they stopped In Plant City
t
: Sable where Mr. Martin Is doing for a short visit with Mrs. Chester
Aerocar outfit for a four-week 'New York, New Jersey and eons are visiting their.anndpa.
f1 vacation, molt of which will be West Virginia. 'On the way home commercial fishing. Mia Ethel ents, Mr. and :Mrs. Edward Ma- Yates daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. )

spent 'visiting with Mr. Faust's she will top in Columbia, Ga., Martin, Mr. Martin's sister plans rohn in XJleta Fla. Graham. ;r
to them next week. -
f' parents, Mr. and Mn. J. P. Faust, for a abort visit with her grand. loin Mr. and Mrs Frailer Waldron ;
West parents, Mr. and Mn. M. B. Male,. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sheffield
in Harrlsvllte. Virginia.Mr. Mill Marjorie Sullivan left Sat- and Mr. Waldron's mother Mrs M
accompanied by Mrs. Lloyd Dettt i
1J Miss urday to spend a week with Miss and her children, Phyllis, Johnnie Ben. F. Waldron of Lulu Fla.
and Mr*.J. B.Sparkman returned Louie Long Fitepatrlok left .
viiitoM of Mr Mary Epper
Ellen Peterson la Miami Beach. were *
,' for Miami and Anita will leave today on a i
I': ,,; Saturday from a six-week, Wednesday where she son Thursday evening .
will visit Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Jor-' two-week vacation trip to Lewis- I
Mrs. W. J:. Rbeney left Wednesday '
Centennial den until Sunday. burg, W. Vs. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McVicker :
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W. L.
to visit her slater, M, .
I
way visited Mr. and Mn. Walt Bailey ,
Shackleford, In West Palm Beach.
-' Mr. and H. J. and
' Mr. and Mn. W. C. Munroe Grlmsley
visited fa> Wfflacoochee, Oa., with Monday evening. i
She win return tomorrow with
moved this week to the Peacock daughter Patsy, who have occupied -
Mn. Sparkman's Inter, Mn. Roy I
her small daughter, Ann, who has -thl.; r
, Newhern, and brought Mn. New-1 1I' house In Downer Palms. the Collier cottage on Eighth H. A. Ama sister Mn.
been visiting Mn. Shackleford. street the past week, will move to Jessie Cowman of Homestead, W. :
bern and her ton,Lowell, to Homestead "
Mr. and Mn. J, W. Martin and Miami Saturday.Mr. K. Watts, Leon Sever, Sammy
for a visit : George
J' family returned Monday from lease Anderson and Yam and H. A. Aman, Jr., left
Mn. Eva Collins and ton, Tom North Carolina where :Mr.. Martin Granthan of Redland, and George and M;: Charles Barncord Monday afternoon for North Flor
Sprinkle of Homestead underwent arrived recently and are nuking
of
was manager a packing plant ida.
have this week Mn ,
my, aa guests during the peach tonsil operation at the Post Grad- their home with Mr. and Mrs. :
Boone Embry of Quincy and: season. uate Hospital on Tuesday. Clyde Simpson In one of the Hobart Mill Irene Jackson who has ,

her son, Miles Embry. Mrs. Patsy teach of Chicago and Brockett cottages on Eighth been visiting her slater, Mn. Roy
Embry la a alatar of Mra. Collins'I Miami who has visited at the home' James Roberts returned Sunday:' Bjorkman, returned home Sunday

1\', husband, the late Thomas Collins.Mr. of Mr. and Mn. Ben Archer her from Camp Foster near .J.clteon-j'I''I't evening.

and Mn.: Albert Hinman I uncle and aunt, for two weeks ville where he spent two weeks. B. F. Collier's grandchild
I have pent two months Colleen McVlcker was an overnight -
.j and their IOn, Albert, Jr., returned left Thursday with another aunt, After leaving"the C. M. T. C. Mon
here will leave Saturday! for their guest of Lillian Bailey
Mn Jaa M. Carson of Miami, for
: and other at Fort Ga James
& Saturday from Georgia camp Screven .
home in Washington, D. C. day. f
Southern states where Mr. Hin- Eagle's Nest Camp for Girl at Gibb went to Trenton. Mich., __ I

man't produce business took them. Brevard, N. C. where he plans to be.with his Mn. Mabel Walkup .and on, Miss Willie Mae Dixon, Miss

Mayor and Mn. C. T. Harper brother-in-law and alater Mr. ..114Mra. Lester, are expected: to return Friday Jeanette Campbell, of Homesteadand \ {
,Ai' ; Mr, and Mn. Elmer Sullivan bad aa guests Wednesday Mr,Har. D. R. TUJey until school from Kentland, Ind, wherethey friends from Belle Glade visIted i
\ have moved from Miami to Home
start*. have been visiting. in Naranja Tuesday afternoon.
listen and Mn.
per's nephews,
stead. They will-atay with I Mr.3ulllvan's .
Eli Campbell of Clearwater, her I I II
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parent until they move i
son, DeWitt, and Mrs. James God: I
to
*a an apartmentMiat
win of Hialeah and her on, Marvin .
v' r > Sheila 'Hubbard left Wednesday ',HERE ,COMEHit
for her home In Macon 1
, t if Miss Jane Keely left Tuesday to
after* i two-week visit here with '
Mill Catherine Vann. visit her mother, Mrs. Mable Kee '
t ly. i..Cashier, N. C.
Mra. Bruce Ennla with her two
children, Joyce and Bruce Jr. The Rev. C. G. Nelson was called 3r
f r. returned Tuesday from a -Wk to Ocala Monday to officiate

'' visit In Georgia. During her stay the funeral of a friend and

.. aha visited her parenta Mr. and I.t pnrlshoner.Mra. .

Mn H. C. Thurman in Carnegieand J. T. Martin of Orlando

nude tripe to Macon and her daughter, Mri. J. X.:
T
{, Mauk. Nobles of Fort Pierce, visited In

Mr. and Mn.- :-S.- L. McClanahan Homestead from Thursday till Sat- .
t left Monday for their home in urday at the homes of Mrs. Mar-
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Green Un'a brothers-in-law and sisters, 1"n
Bowling
'f.t' Mr. and Mrs Fred Fuchi and Mr.

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Pace Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday August 14,1936

MISS KATHERmE.VANX tended. The urn*** funiahed a T. CLUB TO HAVE:
HONORED ON BIRTHDAY the sated and breeds and the SHOWERS AND PARTY

i A surprise birthday party was man furnished the flab. WlMMi.tha. O. T. Club, girl of

Social given for Mile Katherine Venn After cupper all, except a few the Cms* of 1938 of H. H. S., meet
L Events I
Tuesday evening at the home of who played checkers sat In a with Miss Lois Walker today the
r Mr. and Mr*. Lee H. Lehman large circle while they told stories birthday of Mia Prlwllla Fread

I Pln,-po.., DMftopoly and card and Joke and sang. Miss Katherine Vann and Miss
re provided entertain ent. A large Dorothy Brannon will be celebrated -
birthday cake and punch wereserved. R P. W. C. TO HOLD DISTRICT with a handkerchief showerfor
WITH
e RUDOLPH MATTSON HONORED
MRS. MEETING HERE IN NOVEMBERAt each of the three.

i SURPRISE BRIDAL SHOWER WEDNESDAY Those celebrating were: Mr. and a business meeting of the Tonight the club will entertainthe

-- Mrs. Lehman Mia Louie Long Homestead Business and Professional boy of the class at wiener

A surprise bridal ahowef w*.I jMuUIn*, Mrs. J. W. Cave, Mn Fitzpatrick; ,..Mb Katherine Harper night, Women'Mn. L.Club L.held Bow Monday the roast .at the Future Farmer clubhouse *

turn: for Mn Rudolph Matteon, Lucy Clinton, Mr*. W. W. Sevcry, Mir Rose Cave, Miss Kathj Mrs. J. E.
president appointed
I erine Vann, Miss Alt Vann, Miss Flans for the party were made at
Marion Robertson Mrs. Chandler, Mn. Fred
UK former Mill %>y Gaucen, Mrs. Bertha' Edwards
Sheila Hubbard, Ml** Virginia De- last week' meeting held at the
her Henn M/'I. Neill end daughter
by Miv Chart Clinton at Clyde and Mn. Wm. E.
home in Florida City Wednesday i Mn. Johnny Becker, Mill I lanyMls Virginia Hodge. Miss- Myers to make arrangements for I home of Mill Ruth Tower. After
the business session Miss Tower
Emily Payne, Mb Annie Hartley,
.iftvinoon. MoMly Sever, Mir Eunice Walkup -
l
I the district B. P. W. C. meeting
I
entertained the with
MU Christine Hughe, Cecil group game
i The gifts wr heaped on in ..ttrat'llv..ly Hazel Diana Clinton, Lavon which will be held in Homesteadin
The members
Cates Johnnie Albert
present
Moffet. were
Genevlve Chand
decorate little wagon Thompson and
Reltz, Clayton Lehman, Whitney November. Mn. Ruth L. Scott, Miss Virginia
and brought into the room by Mil- ler. confer-
of the [
Beam. Bobble Cave, W. M. Alday, Details regional Hodge, Miss Fread, Mia Jewel
fred and Wuirene Severy who prevented sent Mn. a H. be in Miami
Gifts were by ence which will held
Carl Deden, Laban Bishop and Campbell Mill Leola Little Miss
them to the honor guett.Kwryone Edward, Mrs. Blanche Chapman, next week were discussed.
.
S Alvin Bridges.FRIENDSHIP I Vann, Miss Brannon, Miss Marjorie -
wrote her favorite Mr W.
present
Mrs. Herman Thompson *
DELUWi'R Sullivan, Miss Fern Robertaon,
In book for the Deitz D. II. TAKES
recipe a I H. Sheffield, Mn Floyd ,
CLUB IS Miss Tower, Miss Jean Parman
CLASS ON FISHING TRIPD.
bride. Mn. L.
Mrs. Bruce Thompson NEW ORGANIZATION and Mill Annie Ma Booth.B. .
y Cake and punch were served by Foray. Mn R. Mattson, Mr. H. Dellinger took his Sunday
Through the effort of Mr J.
Mrs Clinton Minted by her mother. school clans fishing at Jew Fish.
Mn. J. S. Cave -
Wm. E. Myen, ,
I I. Close and Miss Mary Bradleythe Creek Flld-ay.- They made the Y. P. V ROASTS
Mm. Margaret Kennedy.The Mrs Selma Reltz of Homestead,
Friendship. Club has been or- trip in a truck, and rented two rowboats WIENERS AT SCHOOL
Vercoe, Mrs. Joseph
guest Included: MM. Jas.M. Mr* Walter .
ganlied. At the first meeting from which they fished all The members of the Intermediate
Dobbin, Mr. Robert Orle bach, RusUid.. Mrs. Wm. Macomber Miss
held at the home of Mn. Close B. Y. P. U. roasted wieners
Mn J. W. Miller, Mn. O. Clonln- Alice Macomber, Min Florence day.The
I Tuesday evening, the following boy going were: Bobble Friday night behind the high
,er. Mn. Decker, Mn. Godwin, MU Henrietta Pichard elected .
Lawrence\ fcfflcen were : President DelUnger, Bellinger, Harold school building.( After the supper
A. B. Longhorn, Mn. Joe Doxsee, Miss Lydia Ann Lee Miss Nellie Donald '
McKay;: vice-president Radford, John Walker Banks most of the group went to the
Mn. John Rohrer, Mn. Harold Gooding Miss Geraldine Reitz of
Miss Mary AddmiC tacrefciry and Byrum and Orval Irwin. ball game.'Those .
:Rohrer and daughter, Mn. Wm. Homestead, Miss Bonnie Belle treasurer, Mtir Eleanor Sullivan. present were: Mrs. Wm.J'ohna .
McCollough of Redland, Mn. Burley Myers, Misses Elizabeth Melba After the business CIRCLE COMPLETES Mill Catherine Bell, Mia
Dendy, Mn. R. Shores of Red- and Jeannette Sever and little I game were played on the meeting lighted ITS STUDY COURSE Phyllis Bell Miss Eunice Walker,

land. Mn. Ja*. Dixon, Mn. R. W. Ronnie Clonlnger. lawn, and refreshment were serv Circle One of the Baptist W. M. Mia Dorothy Horne, Miss Lou

ed. J. completed Its study course when Belle CrenncU, Miss Goldla Cren-

ODD FELLOW HEADS log prayer for the meeting and Present were: the sponsor, Mr*. Its memben met at the home of MIl Miss Mary Adam, MIa Virginia
SERVE STEAK SUPPERA Mrs. Fiche, the closing prayer. I Close, Mia Bradley Miss Martha Wn. Ceo. A. West on Tuesday. Adam, visitor, Miss Lucille -

steak upper was served Mrs. J. Tom Vann presided. Close, Mis Ruth Fredrick, Miss Those present were: Mn. W. R. West, Miss Virginia Dorsey,
Tuesday evening the Odd Fellows ; Those present were Mn. J. Tom Mary Belle Gibbs. Miss Marjorie I Cheshire, Mn. C. E. Saunders, Mill Elizabeth Mcllwaln, Miss
and their wives and to the Vann. Mr*. J. C. Vann Mrs Wise,I Redd, Miss Helen Bradley, Miss Mn. Art Relchart. Mn. L. A. Birdie Home, F. L. McIlwain,
Rebckaha by Noble Grand Jo*.' Mn. H. Collier Mn. G. A. West, Naomi I Davit I Miss Eleanor Sullivan 1 Wise, Mn, Charles Martin and Ralph Andrew and Randolph

Gay and Vice-Grind Carl Twee-: Mn. Pickard, Mn. Polk, Mn. I Miss Lucille Went, Miss Eliza-!I Mrs. West Cave

dell. I King, Mn. Dorsey, Mn W. : beth Mcllwaln. Miss Leola Little,,
Cheshire, Mr*. Rutland, M'I
Miss Jewell
Announcement was made that Campbell, Mill
the grand master will visit FortDallas Robertson, Mn. Chealey Saunders I Adam, Horace Richter and Don
Mrs. J. H. Scott Mrs. Wm. M. !
next Mandav ald McKay.
night d"R :those present I John, Mn. PeUch Mn. Plche,i iloin.
H. E. Reed and Mn Olsen. FISH FEY tS GIVEN f rstitsvetl
signified their Intention of at a'astieal
BY BAPTIST CLASSES
tending. I Ckseelsland I
LOCAL 4.)( CLUB OFFICERS The Dorcas and .the Baraca ,
About forty-five were presentAn
ANNOUNCED BY MISS NORTONThe classes of the Baptist Sundayschool I i
attendance and membership
I following officen arc held a fish fry on Aug. 8
contest It arousing much Interest
recting the Homestead 4-H dl-1 I at the home of Mn. B. F. Collier I
among the members of the order.
mer Club, according to Miss in Florida City. The families of
{ W. M. V. NOMINATESNEW : Norton county home demon the members of both classes atlllIIIIMIIilllllHIIIIIIMMM -I
SET OF OFFICERS tion club agent: President, Lou I I I II
*HM MMM wwwrrwwnw
The following officers for the Belle Grennell; vice-president,An- i YOU'LL never;_know how truly deliciousa
I I
Homestead W. M. U. were nominated nabell Redd: secretary, Eloise The Calendar

at a meeting held at the Gossman; song leader and reporter chocolate drink can be until you've

First Baptist Church Wednesday Julia France Sullivan. Aug. 14-Party for H. H. S. Claw tasted flavored with
afternoon: President, Mn. R. J:.I The Redland officers the said, of '38 at the Future Farmer clubhouse one $50,000" Choco

Edwards; first vice-president, Mrs.J. are: President, Doris Mizell; vice- at 7 p. m. late. Served only at Rexall Fountains, it
T. Vann, second vice-president, president, Wanita Thompson; Aug. 14-O. T. Club
Mn Catherine Pickard; third I I secretary Dorothy Behrens; song with Mill Lois Walker. is the largest selling brand of chocolate
vice-president. Mrs. C. Q. Robertson leader, Merle MlzelL Aug. 17-Meeting of meetln'l
; recording secretary, Mn.Chesley 'I study class In home of .* syrup in America. Your first taste will

Saunders; corresponding 'lL A.'S TO.IIOLDISITIATION Lobdel at 3 o'clock. tell you why. Give yourself this thrilling,
secretary Mrs. C. N. Walker SERVICEThe
; Aug. 17-Meeting of G. A. at I
treasurer Mrs. S. L. West; personal R. A/ at their meeting home of Mill Ellen Vann at S refreshing treat today. It hits the spot.
service chairman Mrs. Frank 'Monday evening the First Baptist o'clock.. I''

Irwin; mission study chairman, Church made plan for hold- August 17-Meeting of R A.I. .-
: Mn. T. D. Plche; stewardship Initiation service at their next .. First Baptist Church at 7 1
halrman, Mrs. Julia Polk; liter*. meeting. The regular program o'clock. II '.
ture chairman, Mrs. E. L Law. followed. Aug. 19-Junior Woman'Club

:. rence; social chairman, Mrs. Homer Those present were: the Rev. C. of Homestead octal meeting at I
Davis; Y. W. A. leader, Mn. N. Walker, Ralph Andrew. Ray Log.Tavern.
: J. Robert Rutland; R. A. leader, Andrew, Arnold Mcllwaln. Lester Aug. 18-Meeting of W. M. S..I I ,i
: the Rev. C. N. Walker; G. A. leader Archer, Harry Martin and in Homestead Methodist Church
, Mn. O. I. Gault; Sunbeam lead- Charles Robertson.The ftt 3 o'clock.
: er. Mn. J. H Olsen; Sunbeam August 23-Meeting of Chaucer

, assistants, Miss Ellen Vann and Rev. and Mr*. Ceo. J:. Deuel Guild with Mn. L L. Bow at '3 e / te
Mill EIther Pope. The nominal and the Rev. C. G. Nelson were o'clock. I t
: tng committee was composed of Sunday dinner guests of the Rev. Aug. 24-Open meeting of !
, Mrs J. C. Vann, Mrs. Goo A. and Mrs. 1. G. Adams, Homestead B. P. W. C

: Ja West*. ,W.Mn.Gllmer.J. R. Pope and Mr*. i!I II II Ii

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A program vas presented by I
f Mr H. Collier, leader of Circle CARE i r
. Three, on "An imaginary Trip to
Our Home Mission Fields." 1
Mrs. I\ \
. S. A. King led the devotional. Mrs.J. itand BeautyTrue II It, wr

R. Dorsey talked on the mission I Ie

field In Tampa, Mrs Rutland. on beauty demands I .: w The Dixie DrugYour 1
gIn
the field In Bistrop. Tex.; Mrs the best of care at all :
Robertson. on the Indian in Oklahoma time Whether you r the
; and Mr J. Tom Vann. wish a wave, a facial, genuine Rexall Store '
on the mission field of East St. a manicure, or any of EUGENE Permanent cI
Lout the other essential aids att
Mrs. L. A. Wise made the open- ; to beauty, ;you'll find :Soft, '"lIia, MYft-shunJ:

the killed operator at Mt biting mis-that's the t

Pat's Beauty Parlor lind of a ptrauixoi roe wtatl e

DIUI.A.BEHGERDentist ready to serve you sad dial's the kind wt gin.JFor i
quickly at any time. : ..e do '*" ....'.Eu....' Annie
Creqvlcaele. Spiral sad tVvfag with gtoulne EvgeWSachm Mayhew Fitzpatrick

Combination Let.M rdms" yaw p
PERMANENT WAVES air for die ..a... side w Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal "
to*! MdulaiioM and Ira*** .
36 N. Krone Avenue Prices $3 $6, $7 ag--I -
e why'Bash's
Conservatory of Leipzig "tl
> Upstairs PAT'SBEAUTY

Office Hours 8:30-4:30 PARLOR Barber Ship PIANOFORTE ND'THEORY:

Grp(. BVXNCN39 & Beauty; Parlor "

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Aucrust 14.1936 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Seven
Friday : __ _ Paw


Illcdland Future Farmers' RecountYear's i I We wish CARD to OF express THINKS our appreciation I

I f Radio to out many Mends> lor
: Work in Interview Over I I the kindness and sympathy shown I i CLASSIFIED ADS I IFOR

: us In our recent bereavement. .

B> Don Lair dice| above the community !I CHARLIE COX AND FAMILY. RAM First Insertion 104 a line subsequent Insertions

itOn Saturday, July 18, the radiogram average; to prepare a collection of 11 a line

over W. R. U F at native wood specimens for the

IlI svllle was dedicated to the department: to prepare a collection GROVETIIEATRE RENT 'FRYERS Live or dressed Free

., land chapter of the F. F. A. of fertilizer materials for the delivery In city Phone 53S-M.

follows:: department; to conduct fertilizer
he program Was as McEwen Poultry Plant
DUPLEX apt for rent-4 rooms
demonstrations, vegetable variety
t Announcer: We have age 000 NOT Orl.VBSkewe I and sleeping porch, modem con
tests and fertilizer tests; to test
crowd of boys from i BBS! I Admission U.I veniences. Mrs Eva Collins, BIscayne MISCELLANEOUSPIANO
soil for farmers; all members to
Redland chapter, here InDie Investment 01$71.00j SUtlne Sat B4 Sn, 20 f Drive and Federal hwy t
studio this evening Since were have an average (a 14 tf) TUNING an* repairing
honoring the Redland chapter ; to build up and maintain a SI.IPa. Good used piano for sale cheap

chapter reserve fund of at least W. E. Koon 115 N. W. SrdSt
?._ night, suppose one of you SUN MON. FOR RENT-t houses, furnished,
Vows volunteer to teU us some- $100.00; to have a father and son 133 and $20. L. a Hall 218 N W.

hlng about it" banquet, beach parties, camping JEAN IIERSIIOLT 14th St., Homestead (a 14, 2t) REAL ESTATEREAL
trips, and lawn parties; every
DON AMECHE
; Don: "What do you want to member to be familiar with FOR RENT or Sale-600 acres ESTATE-Those who wantto

now about In"'MIouncer parliamentary law and to have LY good farming land on good buy or sell Redland District

: Well, first I woulde I a definitely selected leader for "Sins of Man" '1 road. Good for potatoes or taI i real estate will Etna up-to-date

_. to know your name" every activity; all.members to attain I matoes. Has been farmed Sec listings In our office Many of

Don: "I'm Donald Nf Sickle, president an average of 85 per cent In I I $3, Twp (8, Rge 36 Brokers cooperate these listings are still at sub- w

ot the chapter all school subjects; to participate TIE WED. I M. McBride, Hotel normal prices. We shall appreciate i

Announcer: Well, Don suppose In all- contests for which we are' EDWARD E.HORTON"Nobody's McBride, Miami Fla. either your Inquiries or

:you tell us first something about eligible; each member to improvehis I i your listing, all of which will

|the general location of your chapter present farm skills and learn FURNISHED apt for rent C. R. have our best attention. Now M

and the type nf agriculture you ten new VMCOAnnouncer .11 Fool" 'I Blggers, IM N. E. 2nd Ave the time to buy B. W. Morris, r

down there." : "Thank you, Don. (a 7-J1)). now associated with II A. Cameron i

Don: "Our chapter Is located In You have )ust met Donald Sickle I N. W. 1st St.. In Citizens
TIIVR. FRI.FRANCES GOOD well
second story, cool, k
Bank Bldg Phone 7:>.
County, 30 miles below MI- and have learned something about furnished apartment Rent reasonable

We are in the heart of the the Redland Chapter Future DEE Ask at Western Union.Jy I

I.( lime and Florida avocado Farmers of America, one of the ( 10 U) WANTEDWANTEDto

We produce approxi outstanding chapters In Florida." "Half'Angel"SATURDAY

one million bushels of po- Announcer (after string band FOR RENT: -...4-room house, two rent by the )year
small unfurnished home close
In the winter In addition music): We shall now present a screened porches, running wa- i
In. L. T. Proctor at Leader-En-
this we grow tropical plant" skit by members of the Redland I ter, garage .fruit trees, for i office ,
terprise (7-14)
Announcer: "Im't Redland rather chapter. This skit will present couple. Apply W. W. Severy,

elose to the Seminole Indian some of the accomplishments of JACK HOLT : Redd Dry Cleaners r

,reservation?" outstanding members of the chap IN LEGAL NOTICES

Don: "Yet, the Seminole Indian tel We hear a group of boys "Crash Donovan"LEGAL FOR SALE

reservation U directly welt of our the of the agricultural Galas FOR .III.IC"'IO"
talking on steps l. the tlmll e..... Khmolk Jotkwl
town. We are only six miles building:' FOR SALE:-Ducks 25c lb. Dressed Circuit Dodo ('...lr. Flews lo u.._

National been down to J3c! per duck extra. Mrs. W rr. to N. 4IM4ARBIR .
from the Everglades Fred: "Have :you NOTICES I RILL 1'1 IVOI('.
Park:' see the fight pictures at the show H. Sykes, Sr.. east of Legion MAY nKIWH, Oompteloim. M.ROHFRT .
OkOSa Ibh.......
Announcer: How many mem- yet?" NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB Bldg (pa 14-21). It oppMrliii ..r affidavit ippnnM hi
ben have '" I 'Yes. That was a real TAX DKKI tko kNI nM I. the above would o>"M
you Larry: I ...
(_ Rid No. IMI FOR SALE Guavas, $1.00 per that MODEST GROW .IM DftWHtanl UnrrIII -
>. Don: We have 24 active memo crop, wasnt it?" NOTICE IB HtRtHY Gina.IIo.t Doro bushel Jungle Grove Redland. named .h a .os_l4Mt. of the Monte
thy Mar TklrUm. holder of SUM. and Co... W riortw, .fid li o nlu>nt .d HMI I"n,
time you'notlcedIn
> at the present Walter: Say, have ty Till QorttMnM No Ills Issued tto TU OUtk OMUllM. that Ik.-r,. I. o" t""am Is
Announcer: "Who are the otherPtlcerb" I the paper that they are goingto d" of lain. A D IIIM{ ku flM Mm CARISSAS, lOc qt. CUTTINGSand I UM ..... ..f .'I..ld.. I h. "' '' .. .. "r ."h-
lo my onloo Mind ku morfo appl.atb ii, fore p... upon wham s..l, hnd lash 110-
i I select a Master Farmer of Florida Ux deal to. to ".UN! thermal Solid. Can SMALL PLANTS for sale to"d..ad that h. t. .."'c 110.' ace ttwentysee
Don Wilbur Wood Is vice-pres- from the Future Farmers of Uflcato the full: "w,n* diM,rkr( lamorty Mrs Geo. W. Kosel Jungle I ,.... II .h. r.., ,........
In U of Uoo. Sub .. "l '
tc.' nly of Grove Redland that sold u-n .00'1. 'h-n U frnd..i br and
dent. George Warren Fletcher the state," Fl.etdekc.It road and Plum- .
h.rcbr '" t. t 'he hill atI

( rotary, Warren Wood, treasure Larry: "No. Are they? Say, 111 Tat Lot lp 51 7. S In,u1.: .ftrctjon 4(1 Ewtrixlcliilnir 14: mer drive.CENTIPEDE. \ CMBhlnl Ito>a thus n.\ool"\;Ik It..lay. .1.1..e.I,f Mt't..n.l... r r, 'A.u 1),'.

; Don Lair, reporter; Alvin bet Dome of our boys stand a good 1C Arm nun or lee. I.I In IMS aUwr award'' the County 001 Out Stall of Pit, .,UTto >. GRASS. Now is the Will be taken .-.d ,I'. mid IMt
rothero, watch dog Mr M. A. that
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chance winning iMMjinmt of MM proprrty nwlor time to set grass Dig It, measure fit ..
'laker. adviser; anti file executive Walter: 'I do too. I belled I I the .1614 y/lt .. blamed was h the MUM It yourself for 39c bushel Me I ( n) further onkrpd hit ,H. ......, 100I.
'" W. .. .. a .
publUtod a"a week for f"'10 rne.eetlead.
committee i* composed of Raymond Donald Sickle stands about the UnloMorordlM sat! amtUha..hell be rapeseed If dug H M. Lyon. jwooto la The HoitMtM! I.Ap1'Ye .........
Albright, Walter Thompson best chance In our chapter. You to law. the P........ ot.oo<-" .... a ........11'" vub".h..J 10 .0" ooua.I .
I I thereat will to avid to Iko highest. bMdr, ae's ...,..
And Fred Vlhlen" know he has been a member since 'I M the Ou.rt-l>ooM door m the first. Mnn GUAVA JUICE $1 per gallon I nil hi, II. I....
this i o. In UM month nf nrtombor. 1.... which Jungle Grove Redland. K: H. I.JOo\THI'ltll"N.
Announcer "What is diaper president ,
: and year
your 1932
was I li the 7th day of &..........,. I.... I dork of ,.,rr..IMy t'.e.s,
lilt motto?" He told'' me the other day he had Doted till. sari day 01 I"ily. IMtR r 1 Ii..oo''.I 1I".1t Chub.

,, Don: "We have the same motto earned $575 from his supervised I Owrk R, of LFATHFRMAN Circuit' Court. LEGAL NOTICES I ,Wait Court ItEhRKNSaoltolMr Sal.

the national organization: practice. He s farming partnership I ttado County Florid, fir Plaintiff
father and brother (Croak. Court Small 117 K. 1._. D C. .d .sear. .Neu sow to beep.e a rare (July 14. 81. A.... T. II. tit
planting to do doing to learn,I' with his (July 24. t1. "uw T. I' IIII ) ..... In a"wr IerseeR
arning to live living to aerv..' ., since he graduated last June: j I Dead it Miami. 1>.... County, ..Iu...... NOTICE' 01' 1'1'11TION Fee
NOTICE OP thai Uw llta of .
APPLICATION FOB day nM ISM
Announcer: "TenI, something Fred:" Well I dont know You I TAX D"KDHOTIC.M.B' U ufiAAJi.: :. TAX OVER.

about the history of your chapter." know WUber Vkk has been a I ': Rill I y/II GIVEN. III teat Dora PAYE RDlRt 5.5,40.SHERMAN for, ,........... NOTICE.
I Don: "The Redland Chapter F. member since 1931. He got his thy May '- of Rate and County Petitioner. B. Loo heady of Stall Cf.c.-: ::
I Tax C ::' ,'r''i tall leaned Old jibl Ilul n. U. II. Aar. T. 141. Gortlflrato Ho. IMS druid aid
i r.
A. was organized in 1930 as the State Planter degree two years ago of Aoruot. A. D. ISM. has COW MO la myufflo.
did Aoa-aat. A. D. IMS, ku filed
t loyal Palm Chapter with Mr. G. You know he made $22$ Just oft l In my at,..... slid hu mod appllratloa same tore NOTICB OP APPLICATION FOB .. aad has mad. apattoatteo for a asImaad
.. .. thoraaa BaM OHIfiroumkram
l. teacher of last and tax dead to to based 'M""' Said' Corllfltato TAX DEED I d d to .
) Wakefield, then vo- his potato project year ombraoM the following dnorltodprnporty (Senate Rill N.. "l) the '.I ,..... diaoillnd. property
wtlonal agriculture at Redland as you remember those vegetable I lo the County of Dado. data of NOTICE IS HKHKBY GIVEN thai O la lie County of Dad. Btato ut Fhurlda,

i idvlser In 1S32 Mr. M. A. Bak- displays he put on at two or three Florida Lois...-.It I. I SRH SuMlvl.loa. ., lorlloa B Certificates 1'.....,. holder No. IWKR of HUM, limit and. MVII 6ouMy. SltWSI7M Tax. t """"tw>aarRRudew.. la _oft.. It.

I .r came to Redland as vocational fairs. I think he Avon two or 14, 7o.ti.hlp II South Range ..0Rant. and HTM based the Itk day of Au.I T........ M South. Ronn II bM Pa. 4.estetnlew
I Plat Hook a. Pan M. ooalalaIn I seat. A. D lost. koi filed MIM l. myufflc. I M Ace..mw or M.
? igricuUUra teacher and became three prizes Hes farming in IS Agree moro or lees. la thaCouoty I .. and ku made application for a the Umnty of Dodo, Slated itorldaTto eedr
blur adviser At present he .ls partnership with his father toe, of bodo. Rtate at Florida.Tto fax dead la IM fcoood Itorooo add CMtlflaUoa I the14,aaMMiwnl.wtiti.ele of based old Was prworty s like "awe
of MM radar I omtoaoo the fotkiwln. il-oirltod
1 tin serving that capacity and he must be doing well or becouldn I the I.rI'1/.::' kHuod was proporty la the mm( P dayawthe County of Dodo State vlJ.t.B. Armour ebe" to rebwm.da
Announcer married this of MaraanH OraranUnboi F' / MM ontirioiW ..
: "What were some t have gotten to law. Ito pnirrty dm "bad
MM .rtlfkolo shall. to noWmodatoordlna of Weib fWU of In
if the high In accomplishments I 'Al. tI Sl"4 e.ls to sari at, the klatoaat .-
spots ..
your year M> law Ito Property fkombMlttonHn SI, M Smith, RiitnS Ilea. at_ ,
1 since your chapter waarllonlzed Larry "You're right, I guess- will to_rid to the hlitoot hl ....' I East, fonulnlm S Arm men of day UM lit Ito Cost aioatk uuM of door.._oa...Ito.. ItM. wklrka ,
.t the Court-h door oa the tint M n- Ira.o tin twiiilr of D.J. BUM at
?" but what about Ralley Macey He day I. Ito Month of September MM. while florid, u embroiled Im b.rtdtkat. ) P.J't.day of ti'ir.i. .
Don: Well, among other things Joined the chapter In 1931 and was k the Itk day. of ............. INK No. 15511The assessment ..( said ..Mtk, 5. LKAIIlrHMANLEGAL ,
.
mind
Dated Ihto day of July IMS. pwmty C.rtitWatebead ..
1 at sodded the school baseball diamond reporter one year and president R. B kATHhRMAM wu Im thot".t. Tike Into Clark r cu.en .ea.......
P1 i
' 1" "
CmirilJuly
Cln-k" of Circuit
and Improved the school another He got his State Planter ...... C..I7. Florida. 8WH .' KKU: of Sat{ In seal on IIT ( Cart 1.. t
ground landscaping. We helped degree two years ego, too. Afterhe (Circuit Court Sell H. H. 1._. Do C. .WMhlp M iouth, lUiwt II Maui: : :: SI H.i..1 .1\ D. e.
i s.1 i the 14. II. Aw 7. 14. II) .....I..a'. II Ame" coon er bee I. I. Aue. T.
the Ui went to
'the
county agent .nd graduated he the County of D.d.. llta. 0' Flerlda' I
j, totoglcal survey wage a commu- University of Florida a while and NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB as embemed Certificate No _II.
TAX DEED The .wamrnwt of std property Under NOTICES
' ltlf.1 rat extermination campaign he Is at the citizens military trainIng NOTICE!: IS HkHKBV UVKM thai the mid (La'tale.ee' based ... 'a the I
.;Va assisted the Wand Woman's camp at Ft. Screven Qa. Not Ttoliad K. Shram, holder M uola-not ol Memo at M-dol Land Co.8E14 .
City' of Miami, Tax Certificate NuntorodMM : r NW' SR,; n serum al I. UM Cheat Coast of theIth' J.HrWClrr.lt
Club In preparing and placing a all boys would remain an active 1 dated. the Mk day of Jun, A. OIMS Tawas nip M loMk, luim S* StartMiUtlilHir : / I'''' .,.on.,. FMS.,
ommunlty exhibit at the member after doing all that but ... filed end rmlfkatr" It. my ofin >. 10 ArrM more or I M. I* IN KPi MlPTION ol JOHH-U NltH
trl-coun-I and has made appllratk for tax UM panty of Hods. Stae of "., ..... I PHILLIPS. a
<'w fair in MiamiIn he has" don) to bow Uwnun la arrordano. with I me embreer I. co'ml. "". IS'''. NOTICE or ':;;;'ION TO MARK l
Certificate omhra ful The aomem.nt ot .14 under ... Ntlt AI1 P'fIOH 0" tJtl1t
; H 1932-33 second Walter "Jack Fletcher' pretty 'o the I Property .I.lcA.rl..H
we won
:
5r' .. property, ulllUUd In the sew Con_" blamed .. I. the A mlar.
place In the state chapter contest; I good too. I think he Joined the riortda towHit I teme 01 IL .... II.NW4 NOTICECIIIS 041155551 "AiI:1N bent ,h i
In the largest I and Wilburn. t It. Wktto SukdlrWoa Lamoanty of NtH: or NH. NWH f* u.-...... ,,,_too .0..101.. will _loa
1933-34 had Ralley
we same time M Corroctod. Plot Hook aPax.. KWV, a/ NEU: lot SMItol <. To..... eppIkaWn the =tk.s : J.--.a
membership In the state-66. That i He was reporter and president, too, It .la the City of Mkual County metied I able M South .a. M fuL oo*. NIM. t':: IM1e rm. at mv. '
*, State of Flaride. telnlM to A<-:. .-! or hU UwCfmnlr This to 901115 0 west '
fame year we won $278.75 In and he got his State planter degree The .,...amenr gow. irty na> I of .,..., state of shreds. ubf 1 for : .'oniwcil::' ..:1.; AL a. ;
'tprizes The year before we won!I. at the same time the other the saki wrtifla. Yard .=r 00 awed ...rf In OnUlrato* SHIMTK .fwd I..d.eFMetWM.
U..._... ._inint of MM property unj.rUM Dated MY Jn1y 'IOet.
14.23 la pftzes.' A party of our I I two boys did. He s farming with Valve. MM Mrtlfhut wall to r dais" MM Cortlfloate hated waa In the JEAN, % OAI(1I1'.

chapter members and our adviser I his father, too, and I heard that meirdla M law Ui dead will' --I II aamo of MoiM Land c. PMIUnoctrijoly 1
oa oa Ito' M .day of Soptoaikor A. D. NEU la Seethes II. AM. T. 14. II. tl)
:Visited the Century of Progress at !I he earned f<19 from his supervised 1 I I I. ..i.'tP"n..N; Ran.o II taut
Chicago. Our chapter has four, and productively Invested Dated able twk aay of July A. IX IMS.B waning' 10 .._ more 0' I.
practice ....
I R. LEATHKRMAN tan OMial of Dad.. Staid of UnrMatto la ttoXImril Carl rh. .M1I Jo.
State Planters, which li more than $590 of It." (''''''' of Circuit Court as embr.ed Co...,..... N.. Rules.11ee ....( llrcall, fa and for D>*> loamy,
... ....... ....._ la fkaanry. No. 4IOI-L.
the of the I I'm telling I'd n. Count, riorMa. es..w.r.t '"f gold prevent

for "Well. you,
average chapters Fred: (Clrautf Coon sell MM lorurirate head wu to the (. B JflFRKY: and J, II K.1>4>. Plata
state These planters are Byron hate to be a Judge In that contest By H JAMES, D. C D* of tlffan.. IKIMKBTKAD HOMO .A.
(July SI. AIM 1, '1. II. moorsrvr'ne 1 I KH of Oat( of NWt:ol NWU Ire MORTOAOCOtlMPAir. a Florida (-< r
Vlhlen Jack Fletcher, WUber Vick It would be hard enough Just de- ....... ., TowmhlB ST _tb. Bam _..., I....-........
Red- Root. I Arro otMM. MOTH, R TIP 1 .IiDI1'fJ':
and alley Uacey tiding on one boy'frorn.tke 'Ic.lAL niicvrpvr SI oonulolna mow
DADA 401INTY tiltClllT .. ta tto tnutty of Doc ..... of riches a towtiy irrra abet belief .-Iar
of
. Announcer: "You teem to have land chapter let alone the rest. I :k'lf CHANCRET.In i Florida, aa Makraood la Cntlflral ". NUo o> aa war* of 4>nrt -t.'od I la
participated In a varied list of act the state" tv Appllratloa I of Foyo HoaryStorajiaa ,. S TM. The TMMOimnii of Mid property| | this MOM aa Uu lath day of May A. >
, t,. hMomo rrw DmliM1.NOTIIB mo MM Certificate MMM VM IM*. all rwdhori a'. roa.lr.dU J
:,tivities. Now suppose you tell us OP APPLICATION rt MOW | file web Ute uns.d :,:::..
something about your goals for No&* a barbs wane to all' whom h Ualraa amid 'rtlftoatl.abed to t4mt4trtrrtt lka at ahj oak' *: fart d. nIda. : j
,. shoe Fore K.ary Stonaaaa BonHo* to .... Ita pinpaKP ... :'II ttalai. M nvdUora may Itsee.aet
the present year" NEWT G. BALL yparried womaa rambling la Dado Camty :1 .nlo will to anM to MM kkitoot kMrfnol UM, H- Road A M,_...
t: Don: "Our chapter goals forth I Florida, will .. tile via day ol Ao. UM Catrl-kow ton m UM fret Mo*. Compeer, a riorMa Mraoratl-a, f"d sash
Rotary PabliDC'FIRS gust A U. "'" at UM Hour ol i,It ,nMid day tm UM month of .-r. load, whir)I'olalma mme fHod within ten. HIIJ ,
,
current year are, In part as : date ," *t -"oa Itornftor U comma 1, to the 7th day. '< -.-...... I!t.. I Ntoatha from the da .of the tied p'.11oeo
follows-. To build chapter clubhouse iTsvnAxce AND! .ass to hard, flla IMF pMlllov and ..rkf Po.... mta UM4 day .t Jolr. 1M use uf flu 10..tide
a .. ,KATHKaMAMCbrk A D Ice
I applkelka the HiMMirabU Judaoa '.7 K. I DATED
" ; each member to have a 5 a"DRE Ulf,Ell the above. .ty't.t mart at Uw (naty ( MrtHniow '"f 1'1,1IIt( C..u; It. IjJpw.AljD"lrBTMNve .. ... .1r..
l .. (.a. <:Hy of Miami. Dodo /'nasty, .ly II, It Jl A. 7. I1. II an.-,
. definite long-time mperwised practice M R. ArooM toe.1'tli 1 II Its a Games M abe. dada at 4. II. IK is: rtI: l sup

program; each! nwjnbor!! j> ,. SsasaW..ksg peMtw sad.eawmmaA .- I Ir.s

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I : Pare Eight THE LFADER ...ENTh"RPRISE Friday* August 14. 19M(
r
challenged fee It again. Spectacular several pine land field fight tam planting seedbed in preparation shoe repair shorn TIM other win
; Brooker and Rotes : catches "'InIIdt'" Sincere!Aaked It it would not be advisable. lor letting a flying atari ... soon, be for reaL Theupper floor, it
j Win at Closing And Rote pitcher and Daniela, third ff grower to plant more aquMl: aa sane tf the hazards, at lauatt and when it to built wffl be divided -
.: baseman for Tavern Store In I and other vegetable OB pine land are out of the way" into office and,apartment
: Opening of Halves both instance the men went down without waiting foe tall Frank B. --
in the dirt for the ball. Rue grower and fertttfzer manufacturer Foundations Poured'' 'PLACED EN CHARGE:OF GROVEW.
"- 0000001-1 I of Homestead, laid he W. Johnston hat been .
,
.' appointed
Friedrich
StoreI'owtdaUonlIor
(Continued From Page One) I 8 a101"0 believed It "would bit taking along For
by Judge Paul D. Barne
j : Clonlnger only goose egg in the, Tavern-- ave" 1 1 1- T 4 chance He pointed out to look after Urn house and grove
1 sixth and seventh. that the Insert pest hazard la at its a concrete block owned by Sam Bartlett of Miami
In the B league game, the Ta- greatest in this the hottest part of and stucco buUdtaf 00.feet wide and Mrs. Mary Crocker of Providence
i y : vemler team took the lead In the CROP PROSPECT summer, that a dry spell of too and 69 feet" long, which David H. I", until a suit for divis
lint inning,but Rotary came hack long duration; between rain might Friedrich wilt erect between the ion-of the property, i* settled.
In the) .second to lead through to BEST IN YEARS occur and" that' high wind in MeCftur atom and Sheffield Elec-
the finish. September and early October tric Co. lilt N. Krome avenue, were
j lIk... ._ "'-11 might whip to piece crop planted poured this week and the rock DURING STORMSNATUROLGAS
"' '
a' Mains" ... esosso.uj (Continued From Post One) now. substructure for its concrete door .
I "Our don't Uy oCr has been placed and relied
i tIoIa" 0a01a.es--s closed a great part of the time grower crop.
"
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: 'h..." Mora = to 0 1 o 1- 4 during the put month while Mr. ping In summer because they, are Mr Friedrlcb ha* plans drawn
S fanb secretary here was lacy or because they made enough for both a onestoryand.. a two- Gives Continuous
j t BUM Team Win First Game on vacation, will be open dally: to live on during the winter and story structure He hopea to. be Service -
.4 Parsed Half :from I a. m to 9 p. m. beginning spring month," he said. "They able' to butt bout story now, but .
In the opening garnet of the next Monday he Mid. have learned from the hard school If arrangement will pot permit this ', APEX REFRIGERATORS'
i ) second half, played Wednesday Emergency crop loan, intended of experience-their own or someone at present, .the one-story itrue- Washers and Cleaner
f I'( night, W. D. Home Co. was defeated to aid the small grower In purchasing else' before them-that too tUft will b buUt ** thai another' '
I ; by Brooker Lumber Co. 5-1 hit seed and fertilizer for many thing can happen to their story can be added later, I '
t and Tavern Store went down planting, are available for the Wanting during the summer He will divide the ground floor VIRGIL D. LYON I
\ again before the Rotary Club '7-4. coming season and should be ap- Most of them are training at the Into two stores, Into one of which I It W. Mowrr Street
Thomas pitched a two-hit game plied for now It wanted, Mr. Stet- traces right now, though and are he will move his clothing tore and
jt f for Brooker. Doublet by Math fani tald. The maximum amount
'IIMHIimiMHHIimiNIHIHUUNIimiimlHIHHHIHMIHailllHHmUIHHIHHniH, !; ''' !! !; IHIHWIIINHIIWIIMIHmilllUIIHIHIHHINimUIIIIIHIIHniNniHIHHnnH! : :: I "}
and Hobbs were the only hit loaned ia $200 to any on* grower. :
'. Horn could get off Thorn. Application will be received until,
y Hobbs crowd the plate on a bad September 1 at the Miami and ClIASI: ., '
pitch, coring Heroe'a only run. Homestead office of the county I' IIANBORN fELLOW
I f Rotary took a five-run lead in agent .
'I'. the tint Inning and was never Squash ia being harvested in I D TED' p d
: : Onions

I : Coffee

NOW OPENSeminole 3 Ibs.


f] Hotel lire U .

i ii 24c ; SATURDAY SPECIALS lOc:



(} i s Dining Room GOLD MEDAL :, NEW COBBLERPotatoes NO. 1 SELECTED'


Mrs. Gussie Joiner, ProprietorTHE ,
J. FLOUR
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1
BEST OP HOME COOKING AND

j f j PLENTY OF IT-SERVED FAMILY STYLE 2& lb. bag--..-...--....C : 10'IBs.- -2&fC



t Fresh. Ground 'KELLOGG'S- I Ma/s. Baby Beef

law I Hamburger CORNFLAKES--,15c: : Chuck Roast


r lb. u l5c ASSORTED FLAVORS I PltOs. lb. ....n... 15cEndCuts


If JELLO or. ._ ,, ..;. :; 20c Hockless
Pork Chops Picnic hams
CLTIi<-BAG .
lb. 2Sc lb. 25c
u u u
u uu
SUGAR; 10 Ibs.. .. oo.. 53c
r Shoulder or Rib Smoked

.!. 11-011 Beef Roast KED CHIEF OR TOP HAT I CANS Sausage


lb. .. ... lSc DOG FOOD. -. __. 25c lb. __ l5c
MaterialsAt

Pure Gold-Plain or Self Rising; ROUND SIRLOIX OR PORTERHOUSESTEAKS


Lowest Prices 6 lb. bar ......25c

I Flour { 12 lb. bag ......45c CUT FROM: BABY BEEF _

\yEforesawthe demand for good i 24 lb. bag ......85c 16---------------.OC

building materials this year and

went into the market early to obtain Home Killed 0. H. SOAP 0& 11'08 Lean Meaty
lines and brands which carried highest ,

guarantees. We found that prices on HENS POWDERS .. .... lOc SpareRibslb.

the best materials seldom exceeded .u 30c ICEBERG lb. . l8c
those for less desirable materials. We

are now equipped to supply you with Country Rolf LETTUCE, 2 heads... 19c Shoulder-

building materials of all kinds; whether Butter Pork Roast

job be large or small and atc Ib. 37c PIUlLln TALL CAN
your ...__. lb. .. .:28c
the prices you want to pay. TOl\IATO JUICE 5c .
Dairy ---- Sliced

Cheese PBJU.lrS TALL CAN 1 B. Bacoli


r ... ,. lb. .. .._n 25c PORK AND lEANS _. 5c .*L ., ,.,....._. 33c'W
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ru :1 .
r'I : HANDY-P cK -
I FRYERS AND EGGS FROM W. B. CAVES .

W. D. Home Co., Inc. FARM Coca-Colas

FRANK L. SKILL, Owner FRYERS' fe.-.35c '-
6 bottles to carton I

HOMESTEAD FLA. PHONE S07-J' EGGS, dozen ". ..". 4* FOR .. ... ?.. 355CPlua 1
bottle i depositr
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