The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00086
 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 21, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00086
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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I Concerning Slot Machines, Editorialsand

following; letter came unsolicited on the heels of an I
CIRCLES SEEN editorial In the Redland District N'ewala t week which declared I TRACTOR FORGROVES.FRUITSIZER

among other things, that the Leader-Enterprise had
no part In advocating the banishment of slot machines from

I ASSPEEDCURB Homestead In the establishment of a road patrol on State FOR SMALL SHIPPERS

Road 4-A, and jn the clearing of blind Comers from the dis-

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;)Lions Club Directors to I B. E. Archer Editor Leader-Enterprise: THE "'EATHEKSsteT22iMaxiMSfBiTTKaii I Calderwood Already Has

Study Fisk-Livingston I wish to commend the spirit of public service which Olflrolo' a..Aw.e..t.. n..ssMrn.kat Manufacture Under

:. Safety Plan you showed in promoting the present referendum to Way in Miami

outlaw slot machines in Dade County. Many people Aug. 14 ., | 89 I Tl 121U1I1| | 11

Z AUTOS WOULD SLOW perhaps do not realize that you were really responsiblefor Aug. 11 _.._ | SO | 71 |12Ut.05| AVERAGE PURSE ANn ;

'"" AT CURVE, RED LIGHT the action of the Ministerial Association calling Aug. IS ._,--IT I 1 I 7J | I IAug. I NEEDS SAID SUITED
for a referendum, because we received the credit for It. 17 ___.I 17 I 172 |30.00| J54
Aug. I 60 I 70 |29H| 197
',!. peed and Reflex Action a .' ',.W* acted,however. at your; ugffcstion and through AUg. 11-1 j M 1* 1211.1I51| | .01 ?-PootiStizer; Can Handle
f?. Statistics 'Given,by your arrangement with Mr. James M. Carson of Miami Au,. 20 | BO7t |29.21| Limes, Oranges or ;
Engineer The movement has since become state-wide and I sincerely Apples 1 1t

a e. hope the one-armed bandits will be voted out of t
W. I. Flsk, who with the lid ol'A. f every county In Florida In November. AVOCADO MEN I C O. Caldorwood Farm Lit
; : ft. Livingston, Homestead en 'road grower who developed his
.. glneer, proposed ti meeting d I have always found your column open to and your I grove Into a show place and bull
the Redland District Lions Club support given to every worth-while public service. I up 'a dlrect-to-conumer fruit t
Tuesday night, system of circular I business that require tile outputof
shall the
always especially appreciate publicity given
and red light al f
curvet HEAD EXCHANGE I event grove, has Invented -
Redland District road intersections (Continued on Fag Four! ) a siring machine lor

to compel driven to slowdown I Persian limes and lemons, suitedto
i.. as they approach them, laid C. of C. Committees Due SAFETY TESTS New President Takes Ov- the needs and the purse *t the
that he realized there 1
.' yesterday To Report WednesdayThe Individual grower-shipper and a
were objectionabledetail* In the I er Duties of Mana- tractor steered with the rear

plan but It In pointing out then monthly meeting of the FOR AUTOS TOSTARTJONDAY ger Also wheels which with Its attached
bad features someone advanced I Redland District Chamber of Com- power driven blade can mow all
better plan his purpose would be merce will be held at I p. m. Wed- E. A.Ames of Redland,for many around the tree In a ten-acr
accomplished. nesday In the chamber of commerce year an executive of the United grove In ten hour with a eonsump.
TH club'i board of director rooms adjoining the Homestead Fruit Co. In Central America, was: Lion of about one quart of gaitolln
will meet tonight at 7;JO to consider City hall Council Finds Electric elected president and consultant' per hour.
' the plan and the powiblUtyof It I* expected that the committees director of the Florida Avocado The Urn slier ha s maximum
getting it put Into practice. on tourist camps, water control Rates "in Line, No Growers Exchange at a special length Of (even feet an4 ia mounted

In presenting the' proposal Tuesday and other gwUUndlpg projects .. ,,: Change.Made. meeting of the board Of director on an angle Iron baa h.wing
4 : night,*Mr. risk, said in-tnttsemihumorous will make-reports. t held Monday night in the offices rollers by which It can b* moved t
way "lor some I Testing of motor vehicles and of the Exchange .t NarsnjaAa from on* locution to another The
:yean we have been trying to figure drivers who use the street of president he succeeds Chas. fruit Is kept moving by a screw
out some way to make you stop Pratt of Redland, resigned formed of a steel roller inlaid with
TAKE UP Homestead will be started
going ao fait across comer A. A* consultant director he takes rope. The suing I Ia governed by
II: R. Livingston baa drawn up a morning at 'o'clock and continue i over the duties of the manager, the distance that another roller le

: plan at my suggestion whereby ROTE DIAMOND from that hour until 10 a.m. dally a position mad vacant by the set from the screw The lime
y you can't go over the corners unless for I period of 30 day The police :resignation of Carl Lindgren Mrs. Ire fed Into a trouth on top where
you slow down to about 15 department will conduct the Inspection I Carl Hobson who has been with they are polished as they rub
( mile an hour. BALL GAUNTLET and a driver's license and the Exchange\ the capacity of against a rope lining on their way
He presented Mr. Livingston safety seal will be pasted on the office manager and assistant down to the sizing screw There
a< who displayed drawing showing windshield of each vehicle whose manager for the past alit years, are no gears, Instead there It one
% the circular curve In the center First Game of Series to safety devices and driver are foundto will continue to have charge of belt Intertwined on pulleys row.
of the intersection and a red light I I Be Played Here Next be satisfactory.The the packing house and office under er Is furnished by an electric motor
In the center of the circle a* a Thursday Night city council voted Mondayto Mr Ames' direction.Mr. I or gasoline engine
danger signal have the inspection period It Ames came to the Redland Mr. Calderwood has the intent
; "Thl* curve would necessitate The Redland District Lion Club the suggestion of Former Mayor District nine years ago and settled I for the sizes and manutactiiu tt
(Continued on Page Seven) I I Preston B Bird, who initiated tho his family on a grove lie later[them ha been started in MiamI.
Tuesday night accepted the challenge practice during his term of office Increased kU grove Interests here, It I Ie expected to have a wide field
LOCAL YOUTH TO made by the Homestead Rotary No charge I II made for the testingor during vacation from his work as of service a* by spreading the sizIng :-
I Club to a series of three diamond the safety seal which is-recog-!l division manager and director of rollers apart It can be adjusted 1
I agriculture for the United Fruit. to size apples ant other -
t. ball games to be played for nised by the police department of oranges
SPEAK ON NATIONWIDE the benefit of the swimming pool Miami and adjacent cities where Co. In Central America. lie resigned fruit
this position two month ago The dexterous grove tracts I II
aimillar test are made at considerable -I
fund bonaflde members
repair by .
to the motorist and came back to his Redland mostly an adaptation or convi rsiun
HOOK UP of the two clubs exclusively Chaj expense I
home to stay. of existing machinery exn-i'l for:
I results of Investigation
J. Caves who delivered the challenge Reporting an .
ball Joints designed by Mr ( i Icier-
reported to the Rotes Wed- in connection with the request -
of J. W. for down- A CHALLENGE wood to give extreme flexibility: to
Grennell Head of nesday. English I ,
Myrpn I the whole contrivance Am one
ward revision of electric rate '
State F. F A., in National The first game of the series will favor of quantity consumers Homestead lodge, r. o. O. F.,. wheel can be lifted off the ground
be played Thursday night of next I the Homestead I without disturbing the equilibrium
Farm and Home Hour Councilmana Frank Rue said thata hereby challenge
w week on the municipal diamondIn comparison of Homestead rates Masonic lodge, the W. O. W. orany of any other part of the machine
Homestead. Any members ol other fraternal order or civic! A two-wheeled, hand"IdedI
Orennell of Homestead
i Myron with those of two other municipally
either club who are regular players'on I organization to. diamond ball I garden tractor form the front of
h president of the Florid Association will owned plants, Lake Worth and
will any diamond ball team game to b* played for the benefit l the machine Th rear end of the
of Future Farmers, speak Vero Beach showed that for a
for four minutes on the National be excluded from playing In the II consumption of 2,130 kilowatt of the swimming pool fund.A. original model, still in tilt at the
and Home hour a aeries, Mr. Cave said. ..01 O. CAIN Calderwood grow Is formed of
Farm over national hours Homestead charged
the series will
The club losing
hook-up Saturday, Aug. 29, sponsor a dance for the pool fund. I cent per kwh, Vero Beach, 4.71 Team manager (Continued oa Page Four)
between 12:30: and 1:30: Po"" He cent per kwh. and Lake Worth,
will tell about the Kansas trip the 4 09 cent per kwh. Since the Awarded B
Be Tonight
132 to
s' Homestead chapter took: this sum TOWNSEXD CLUB TO MEET Homestead rate I* only 04 of a Diplomas
mer. X (Continued on Page Four) To Pupils of Vacation Bible School
,He 1* In New Jersey visiting at The .regular meeting of the j
this time and will speak from Homestead Townsrnd Club will beheld
Washington, D. C Th talk win Sunday at the Neva King Replacement Teachers One hundred thirty-two; diploma pared by woman of the First Baptist
be broadcast locally by station Cooper School auditorium at I Appointed WednesdayAt I will b* Issued tonight to Church and the Homestead
WIOD. o'clock. boys and girl who have completed Methodist Church, will b* served ,
a meeting of the county course offered at the fifth annual 'free to all who have attended the
school board Wednesday Mill MIhe'l -1 I daily vacation Bible school !school.
: Wakef ieM Rated Best Ag. Instructor I rim Burton appointed a which bas been In session In the Tonight' program will be presented
I primary in the Florida I I N vs King Cooper School the past under the direction of Mia
' .:.. ; In Florida by Convention at Daytona City school, to fin a vacancy" caused two week One hundred seven-<'Esther Livingston dean of the
a by the resignation of Mrs. Rudolph ty-tw children between the ages i school It will consist of tM following -

Ceo. N.. Wakefield, vocational la Dayton Beach last week. Msttson, the former Mb of four and fourteen have been .0- I numbers Song, "Stand Up,
agriculture Instructor at Homestead -' Mr. Wakefleld wa awarded fifty I Marion Robertson of Florida City. rolled. Stand Up for Jesus," congregation -
High School and adviser to dollar and a silver loving cup Mrs. H. O. Thurmaa was appointed Tb closing exercises will consist ; Introduction of platform
the Homestead Chapter of Future which will be his if he receives third grad teacher In the of a program In the school guests, Miss Livingston, Scripture
Farmers was rated master teacher this award three years la succes' Homestead- school to take tile placeof auditorium at I o'clock tonight'I reading,J. H. Dodson Invocation
,or the best teacher In the state sion. Mia Mary Williams, resigned.At when tile children will show what the Re*. C. N. Walker, Bible song,
for 1933-36, and his sericulture Mrs. Wskeftold was presentedwith a previous meeting. Mrs. they hive learned and a picnic on school salute to Christian. flag
department received the highest a cut glass vas by the teacher Anna Guito was appointed teacherof ,I the school ground at 11 o'clock school song. America" school;
rating in the state, at meeting *' auxiliary, which met at tilt English and Spanish In the i today when a lunch of potato salad,I salute to the United States lag,
Of voentemat'slp'teultttfrteecbeseN same time Homestead High SchooL I I meat tandwfcbcf and Hmtsde;prow (Continued on Pug Twillf

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\t 132 Diplomas to Be Awarded Tonight 'LAWRENCE BOW SERMON TOPICS nell MOdWd west for Runes the"d beet Ooldla picture Oreo.of J,1. I Iu ',,

I'I 1'_, .- dub girl; Mid Lou Bell Once,"
To of Vacation Bible School :
r i I Pupils PASSES AWAY IN BAPTIST work net wort far the beat- crayons "'" ,

Auf M-Morning sermon
I (Continued From Pale One) ners are Mrs. J. J. McLendon and by the Rer.O.C. Reid of Lake Lou Bell GrcnneU and Teresa ,
f' school; theme tong, school: offertory Miss Annie Mae Booth. JACKSONVILLEFormer Worth moderator _Evening I Redd, the hostesses, served punch \1

; prayer, the Rev A. A. Koest Beginners Who will receive diplomas saner by seater ea Taremh, and cookies. .
s are: Evelyn Aker, Jean Prayer to Get"CHRISTIAN Those present wen: Lou Bell '
line benediction the Rev E. L.
; Anderson Connie Campbell, Fay Redland Boy Well and Goldie Grennell. Norms. .'
Nelson. and Ray Capllnger, Clara Ruth Known as AbleEngineer SCIENCE' : Eloise and Rachel Gosiman Betty 1

I r Each of the four departments Flnney, Betty Ruth Geiger Bobby Aof. **-Lease* lessees Bailey Mary and Thelma Redford,
;. baa been allotted time to exemplify Graham, Billy Hutchinson, Gypsy topic "Mist"METHODIST Lillian Booth, Teresa Redd, Melba
What hat been learned in the Howard, Jackie Jennets Mary Richard Lawrence Bow, 4t, Van Winkle, Mildred and Margaret .
i school The beginners will ling Lou MueMlwhito, Frank Murphy Field Katherine Ortanedet,
recognized u one of the; state of
= "Jem* Love Me" and "I Washed Jimmy McLendon, France Florida's ablest engineers, and UUCDJ'AL.IOVTH Annabel! Redd. Mildred Ream, 1'.
t My Hand This Morning1 and of- Poyaer, Joe Reynold Sally Subar, wen known to early residents of Fern Robertson:Mia Norton Miss
fer prayer. The primary class Helen Tomerland and N1U Williams the Redland District to which he I All U--Morning; nesaafeThe Myrei Mrs Brown Mrs Redd' ,1
i will offer prayer, repeat memory Making a Life.", even- Evelyn and Julia France Sullivan
came a* a boy poised away In a
work from the Bible and present In the primary department the Jacksonville hospital Friday night Inc Messages "He Lingered. We were dismissed with the 4-H 1
two 'Jacob's Ladder Bible study every Wednesday
1 pantomimes ilx-year-oldt who will receive following a brain operation. pledge 0'
and Mose In the Bulrushes' The diplomas are: Caswell Bentley, Funeral services Sunday which nlfhi. A cordial invitation to
: class will consist all te all service&PRESBYTERIAL!
t Betty Byrum Clinton Cooper. were private were attended by
ti of the of the Twenty-fourth
story Harry Alton Dodson Marian Dix-
his mother, Mrs. L. L. Bow of
I Psalm by Hilda Dodson, the rtcli son Albert Hlnman Ann Home. Homestead, who left for Jackson CHURCH Silver Mullet
i : totlon of the psalm by the class In Alene Koeitllne, Johnny Nell ville Saturday and returned Monday AUf S3-Morning sermon
> unison. recitation of the thirteenth Keith, Billy Perkins Marjorie Pye, and by his brother D. M. Bow "Studies in John-The Lad
I chapter of lit Corlnthlnlans by Julia Wlngote; the aeven-year-old of Miami, who was with him With Food and Faith" Donald Fine for BaitCaught 4.[ .
'j the clan In unison, a pantomlne, girls are: Ruth Byrum, Winifred throughout his Illnes I Croat will lead young people
"The Great Guest Comes," and Danxey Jackie Geiger Iris Martin, In addition to his mother and' service at 7 15. Ne evening fresh day iI
.. a theme song, "0 Say But I'm Jane Moon Ruth Rutland, Jessie brother he survived by the widow -i church services! In Aniust. every
J Clad." The Intermediate clog Mae Shulef Barbara Jean Smith, Mrs. Lulu Dow, and five I 1 I by our fishermen in

will present a song, "Living for Margaret Wlngate, the seven and children, R. L,, Jr., Louis Schutt,1 _. nearby watersSNAPPER
I Jesus," recitation it some famoul I j
eight-year-old boy are: James George Gardiner, Elizabeth Jane 4-H SUMMER CLUBBy ,
teachings of Jesus and a dramatl- Brown, Billy Ray Brown, Yates and) Mary McLaren. .
Ration of the story of Joseph. takers, Charlie Goff Billy Melton, Mr. Bow was born In St. Paul Julia France Sullivan... '
r Those who have been invited to Ben Murphy, Donald Neeley, Ju- Minn. He came to the Redland ------- -- .
be platform guests, said Miss nior Pope, Virgil Radford, Gene District with hit parents and The 4-H club girls met TuesdayIn
\ Livingston, are: the Rev. C. N. Reynolds, Alfred Tomerlln, and brother before there was a Homestead the club room with Miss Pansy i
Walker, pastor of the Homestead the eight-year-old girls are: Doris and later was engaged at an I. Norton and her assistant, Geraldine -I Fresh three times a 1
Baptist Church the Rev. A. A. Dodson, Jane Fuch. Llllle Lit I engineer on the contiructlon of Myre and Mr Brown from week from the FlorIda ,
''t Koestllne, pastor of the Homestead tle, June Martin Barbara Miller, the F E. C. extension to Key West the Miami office The girls answered '
< 0 Methodist Church, the Rev. E. L. Crletje Terburg and Virginia Later he served several year at roll call by telling whether I Keys
>. Nelson, pastor of the First Presbyterian Walker. sewer engineer of the city of MI- or not they cooked two fruit
Church, the Rev. Wm. C.' Junior who will get diploma ami, and from there went to responsible dlihe |I I
J Taylor, pastor of St. John Episcopal are: Billy Allen Ray Andrew, positions with the state The assignments for next Week::
I Church the Rev. C. O Nel- Betty Lou Allen, Homer Byrum, road department At the time of are as follows: in food and nutrition J Dixie HighwayFish
.; ton pastor of the Redland and Dolly Barnett, Sam Blondo. Edith lilt death, he was engineer on the cook two cereal dishes, have
( Florida City Community Churches, Booth, Roxey Bentley, Harry staff of the state office of the Public third article started: and bring Market ;
the Rev. H. C. Eckel, pastor of the Bowen, Stevle Biondo, Richard Works Administration In Jacksonville four piece of print, cotton or plain j
1 f Homestead Church of the Naza-' Bigger Albert Byrum, Lydia He alto had served ai material. -PACITTI" S. FLAGLER AVI.
.rene, Henry Dodson pastor of the BorordDorl.. Cheshire, Mary vice-president of the Florida Engineering I Katherine Orfanedes gave a talk
: Church of Cod, Mrs.:C N Walker, Jo Close, June Cheshire Shirley Society on self Improvement Geraldine)
1 county school board member Danzey Clarice and Hilda Dodson Myree checked our record book1. I WANT ADS PAY

Frank L. Skill A. J. Campbell Lewis taker, Von Gilmer, Phillip. M. P. Reajrle Heads
and Wm. Gronimo, school trustees I
pi Goff Betty Mae Graham Roger
I I P. McLean, Janitor of the Glenn Cordon Hall, Lynne Irwin, Local, Kilgore Store
Neva King Cooper School Mrs. J. Marlowr Jacobien Betty June Jenkins -
T Vann, president of shy W. M I II I Johnnie Little Nellie Moon M P. Reagle who hat served a* will
I U of the First Baptist Church James Martin, Warren Morris Sue assistant manager of the Homestead Mi. EP
Mr Preston B. Bird. president of I Moye, Arnold Mcllwaln, Theodore store of Kllgore Seed Co. for ILM
the W. M. S. of the Homestead I Orfanedes I Ann Rheney, Ardel the past two yean 1* now. manager
Methodist Church, Mr. and Mrs.S. Parman, Joyce Flnney Mary Rad of the itoreR .
M. (Bobble) Cave, of
J. Davit and Mrs. Charles, ford Charles Robertson Mary
Mr. and Mr. W. B. Caves and
Wright who directed the art work I Frances Rutland Mary Roberts
of the school. Miss Leola Little I Alfred Sander, Pearl Shuler, member of this year's graduatingclass
I who did the stenciling for the lesson 1 Mary Catherine Suber. June Vann J I at Homestead High School,
has been selected by H. R. Monte,
*, and Ben Archer, editor of and Perry William
the Leader-Enterprise general manager 1If the Kilfore
i Intermediate diploma will fo Seed Co.. at the assistant
', Mr Koestllne Is supervisor of I managerof
to: Ruff Andrews, D. L. Bowen. the Homestead store
I the school; Mr*. E. J. Dyat, supef Joe Byrum, Edna Booth, Lillian
I intendent of Intermediate; Mr*. Booth, Edwina Booth, Thomat
Leo Poyier superintendent of Junior Cline, Nina Dyal Henry Dodson
*, Mrs Fred Redd superintendent Myrtle finney, Carl Fredrick, A TWO by four or a carload. Whateveryour
of the primary depart-I Margaret and Mildred Field, El- rotary Public
\ ment; and Miss Helen Moye, superintendent mar Gilmer Merle Jenkins, W.I .- rnus INSURANCE!: LIeD needs in lumber or building ma-
of beginners The netta Koestllne Margaret Lawrence o '' >RED LINER
; intermediate teachers are Mrs terials and supplies, you'll find us at your
Marjorie Lewis' Dorothy
'I : Charles Robertson and Mr*. R. R.I I Moon, Katherine Orfanedcs, Thel- M X. Iran .... I service. Quality materials lowest
I J Rutland; the Junior leather are m* Redford Teresa and Annabel at ,
Mrs L. A. Wise, I Redd, Helen Tucher, Geneva it
; : Olnkf.l'i prices.
1't : win, Mrs. Paul : 'I Vann. Carol Walker and Beside We Maxwell SmithINSURANCE economy.t
,f Kasherln Harper, Mist Alta Vann Wliaon.I .
.J and HIM Martha dose: the primary i I I S
: teachers are Mrs. Bert Andrews -
Mrs. J A. McNeill. Mrs.,
I Phone MtMOrtloe
\:;! Pet Perkins and Miss Ruth Tower = F 'I la McCrery Arcade

;'....'f and the teachers ot the bell,n.1 -: ntfie I

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1 New Stock of Fall Seed

Just ArrivedWe

W. D. Horne Co., Inc. .

hate a New Stock of Tomato, Pepper. Cabbage and other Vegetable FRANK L. SKILL, Owner

j Seed for Fall Planting We also have Bedland Brand Fertilizers for HOMESTEAD

Every Purpose. Use Redland Brand for Quality and Quantity .

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Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. Surveys ; Maps s

Manufacturer Redland Brand Fertilizer A. R. LIVINGSTON


)MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS Registered Land Surveyor

.. box bell HOMESTEAD, ":'". r.t .


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Friday August 21,1986 THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Pare Three

Homestead to Have TIlE STANDINGS Ingor Florida City twirler, out of .. .. SCOUT WIN KNIFE

I "A" League !.lath*,la the first and ea d ban Denims"s i i e 1 e Robert Oausees won a turtle as

Team of All Stars 1 Team '-W L m infli after he had fillud the bases MMI4n ,. "Lig- It eMse In ajt allivr49eateird testOn giv ,
I 0 toot) w iked 1 : !
-?- .. ; POOL .' t the 'h Uoop'of BeTSeossts
In State Hums__ ___ __ t I .&OQOoid ab """at. .110.i.
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TourneyA :..... ::..._ _."" 1 1' ..MOCIMinger pas.tad'a Rarptbr i' t b 1It.. 84. e e r b 55.1 .4'I .I.t.....,...... ..... a .II 1 Tuesday at night their weekly Robert meeting reenemr 1

..._ ___ _.. 0 t .000 .. 'Bi : ,, IS.r.. :' : : rf g 0 ..) ._ beNd every article that was displayed -
diamond Mil team composed "B" LeagveTeam Total M1 81.Toad. 01 4 1 i I
SB local show window
of stars of the four teems In the W L Pet. all d 1lw.Pi b4. I 0 0pwwa.a.i *

A league of Homestead will compete Burton's -- ...".-- 2 1 .488 "_. 1 l. eM.a ... 11. s e eronesa.lsa'ehe r.t'n: : 1 : tJoIIo : after he had studied It for *
I .. .. minute
In the state tournament to be Rotary .._ .____.. I 1 JWO t.t.::: .. .1. "
held la Miami commencing Mon- :Tavern Store .... __... 1 J .333 : : : f : ., l :e :e OMbb T.s.tsar. be" so I bails P..Mt"dtCl.sisu.bows 4 I,
day night Fey Hobbs, veteran .. RoMW I, ....* wit lop ClMIWOT .. AMUUCAN BOY, T430 Second

ball player and manager of the ... i Itokno Twrw. \J.a. I. OliakOMMlH aivd, Detroit, Mich. Service will i
W. D. Home Co. team, Is coach Ins up 11 hits and eight bates on z..i tot Unt ta to. I. H........ S. start with the issue. you specify.On : f
balls. umph"I Cannons nt .......
and manager. III0- e e.e.eBwbta'S newsstands, 10 cents a copy,-
Horne'had a hitting field day .. .. ,0. 1 0 ..- 1 Adv.
Unless the dates drWB for the and found Mason Roberts for 13 American Offer
local aU-ttan conflict with the Tb..a tow blast Kulnrti', *Mklo Boy
I hits which Included a double, a Leta.. kwt m MlleOwn.. 4.: i
league Schedule, league garnet In and home by Burton Roberts t. Mm Mt kr Ownm T. ........ World of Adventure .a.o.lwaw .a.1 I
triple a run ... .
Homestead will be.. usual on I t C. Wishm. Latin Daniel.L
Graham Hone rlghtflelder who During the cowing year AMERI-
Monday, Wednesday and Friday also made a difficult catch while Umpired Campbell and OowmuiK. CAN BOY storks will take readers GROVETHEATRE ;

night playing big position. Hobbs hit 0..1 team .. r kllndut: .. ... into thundering transport planes.
The all-star team Is at follow: Itaknr It. I ttorard' ir i I I
pitchers, Herman Thomas, J. B.I two triples and a single and Witt- R. HakMT IkMM 4 I 11 Howie IkliShVIr 5 0 IOb. Into Annapolis and through the COCONUT GROVE
kop hit a homer for Home, and .. Mln a I ( a I I I Carribean with the Navy Into the
Clonlnger, Bruce tint base, c.... .. III I
Epnls; t I 0 IE I I Shows 1 and I AdmlnloB ISf
Goulds third baseman,,
Hughes, of Ok-
Edw. Brooker second bate C BIT. < e. 1 0 p 4 e I soundless tangles Georgia
and; Gene Campbell, orgeConzalet hit the longest drive of the night' riwk Ik.SulKnui .fTWIMT .. : r 1lit. \ .f of .. : 1 1 0 1 fenoket swamp and even Into an Matinee Sat and Sun, SO*

shortstop Ansel Barrow third for a home run In the seventh Inn- ." f 0 1 4 0 Imaginary future of space ships, t to I p. ....
; ing.C .....IrII. rf I 0 f'uulltouSfcn.t I I 0 machines and science. All
base, Bob Harris; outfielders, R. I .UI... rf I ee strange SUN. MON.
*.M< .b t k'RMIWVlhhn sb e b ___ MeOomblbSI I are swift-moving, instructive and -
E. Sherard Gouman
Rudolph K,.. I S I'PMd Ik .4 I \ JANE WITHERS
Stanley Wlttkop, Garland Wynn Rime Ik.. 4 1 1iwlukep Ik S 1 I Total .... 4 4l Totals II 1 eripplng
annul* m -i i e K o> ii tHuirhM There be stories' of the true adventures IN
I :
And Randolph Caves; catchers, Ernest Ik 4 S I : eWII M iB ,. 1 16
NeiU and Marvin Shaw. Onbui Ik 1 I S M.tbta It.. I I 0 =::.. ,: ". : n 0 : U 0Two 4 of David Irwin, the young "Little 1lissNobody"
I H Baton I 0 S H O*... Ik 4OWIBM I 1 man who, for four years, alone,
I t e B.O'Mu rf. 0 1 bar hits :
Paris U... IS Hobbs .. 4 ,I I h.- Fnmob to CkMhlni .....on balls I wandered across the arctic barrens
I Local Girls in Lead I III Rebus **. t e It casts *.... _4 .! ..! all, Thomas I. c....,.... T, sum II auk by ty dog team,going months without
cook d _. I _1 01 Thomas t. Clonliww .. wNni K. ftokrar.
/ c.......... r1..eb.umpirwi seeing "human being and eating
+ 10-4 Until 6th Then Totals ... M "f "Jl ,....11.. 14 II 11G.uId. C..I act 0-.... only frozen fish And there'llbe TtE. WED.

II .00 as .1.... 1Her. Roscoe Turner's Inside story of William Powell
Lose 10-11 in l\liamil .. .". s68ee41111111Two Burton Edges Out Via: famous London-to-Melbourn tx

but kits M. Robots, R. Omhim.Ihn air race
"Ex Brad-
I A girls diamond ball team representing home* kw MM....>B.riftt.Graham B,Orahui.HiwhOTt HnUtt .totnHUM Rotes; Goulds Wins There'lbe advice on hobbles, Mrs.

Homestead lost to the H...... |..... M tills all, ".... 1, sports tips from famous coaches ford"
KobnK I Mruct Mt. kr K.nb Si From Cloninger 6-5
Jacksonville Shamrocks 11-10 and players suggestions on mon-
Bliwr. yesterday afternoon at Miami I QOXIUII Parka, rWd.' H. Ormklm. ey-earning and low-cost travel
_. .. Goulds defeated the Clonlnger TUCK. FRL '
I u .1 Campbell t4 Oatrn
field In the state tournament held and articles on dog training no-
there this week.Homestead ,:......'. .. r k'Towers sic .. r bCampbell Packing Co. diamond ball team, tute's oddities and tomorrow's- James Dunn !
0 t > ur M IH 6-8 In the A league and Burton's
: : : I Eilera"Don't
+ was ahead 10-4 Ron Ik.. 1 1 f tHfctrMU panes. Sally I
Store from the
Ik 4 S MrClmid' t4 1 1 Department won
til the sixth Inning when" There'll be stories about the IN
un-I'Little ''', a I 1 I'CubinluIlkho : I e I Rotary sponsored te.m1, In
Shamrocks made six runs. H .. I e I PlndM tk I I 1 favorite characters of u million Get
R/ond. If let MrK.mt Ik I games played on the municipalfield
Score by Innings: f I t>iy.-Bonehead Tierney detetMvc -
McMfeliMl H I e t AH If 4
nr night
Homestead ._ .. 430 SOO 0-10 own ., Ik I e I'M.lonw Ik 11 1 Friday Square Jaw Davis, engineer:
Umratt rt 1 S t RUM.II rf I I 0C..he'.le" Rotary led 6-4 over Burton when Personal"I
Shamrock "._.. 220 0011 1-11 Hide-rack, the red-gold collie:
The local girls organized I week P.Rese..t e s. the game was Interrupted by rain, Alan Kane, scientist; and Line, mlds'.ilpmaa I
., .. i but resumption of play Burton I SATURDAY i
ago and have been practicing un- :
Total 14 I II 1 ToUk .. It Isis made five runs In the sixth Inningto
der the direction of Fletcher Bryant THE AMERICAN BOY costs Richard Dix"Yellow
Tavern Stan _. .. ,,_ t I I 10 11B. get an insurmountable' .
who Is acting as coach and ....... "'..' to I seesTwo Goulds scored its six runs In two only tl a year, or tl for S years, IN
manager. foreign subscriptions 80 cents a
I baM hit.I Little BliKoiBubuki. C.mpb.iL big Innings, the third and fourth, Dust"Scam
'If( The team is composed of: Lois Mr ..... tUknqr aslr.rr, and the City club lacked year extra Send your name, address -
and Eunice,. }V lkfC, Virginia Ibn base hit at MtCkndi<< i_ ram l Florida and remittance ot THE
Plnifcf] -1010 ref Plndrt M MtloMTibu the punch to overcome the lead.
Hodge Marjorie SUlli"an. Cynthia .. ,
oil btUf-offl Owes Little 1 ---
Ballero,'Mary Mlttretta Lou RolOTt. tl Hrtxh mt, br Owes T. RuborUI a.t.", .. r ''B..... ... .r. .b
klu off l O>M 11 In t limiting off t L. bishop Its 4 1 I C.b"hop x 4 0 1Hkb.a
Belle Grennell, Margaret Berger, Littto .........
I hi I Inning: I Cmnpb.il I, r. 1 I V Man I" 4 I 1G..nssa
Cecelia Harper, Florence Godwin, H. Roe Illlot_ Blrfioo If '' I I
: : MLaW b' :
I Hotel
Losing yltrlwr, : Owes N.HI a.... 1 1
Motley Sever, rem Robertson.:and Unpin l C.npb.11Tavernier ..< __.. N._ rt ..... V e,Campbell e I a IBe.
Dorothy Sykes. .... rf ..4 0 |Rkm. *> II I I I
I aalth sb._ .._ Jim*) or 0 0
SkunkedBY Anderson Its : : ::1: : : DINING ROOM
Tavern Store and Home s1n.r.e l i 00 joSTif .10

Games Burton Brooker Total ". S "s II Table SI t l0Rotary
I .. 'V 10. .
Tops Cloninger 5-4 Burl.. .. .... SlteelsTwo -- .
Tavern Store turned the tablet PLENTY OF IT SERVED FAMILY STYLE f
on Burton's Department Store base klttt Little I, MlMntte; three
base kite I Oo.ni.. doubts Ur.. ScmllhlBKHid.
diamond ball team Wednesday Owens, Burton's DepartmentStore M Little to .......; km M baits. Mrs. Gussie Joiner Proprietor
night and won 15-2, and W. D. i pitcher, turned in a one-hit off, ItaMora I, Own a. struck out, krSlMon I
f I, OWM T: arrow: L. HUKop,
;. Home Co., swamped Goulds 13-7, ]performance Monday night and Hie....., 0.-.. I.looa I. ...... An.dace. .
I.. 'In two poorly played games on the I the Burton diamond ball team defeated .. 1II1o_. I

local field. J Tavern Store of Tavernier I

Burton scored Its runs In the :1-0on the municipal field. RETURNS FROM FUNERAL 1

first Inning and never offered a Brooker Lumber Co, made two Grant Mahan returned Aug. 8

'threat from then on. Owen, who .runs pi the, seventh Inning to win from Rehobeth, Md., where he bad
pitched one-hit ball against the!I )from Clonlnger Packing Co., 8-4, gone to attend the funeral of his Test it

same team Monday night was i I n the A league nightcap daughter-in-law, Mrs. W. K. Ma-

.knocked out of the box after glv-1 I Excellent flelBMg pulled Clon-l han. who died on July 111.TlIy1IIIII. this


to ted k '
of cares I IRooftDc.

YOII'D Its f

astonished at Itt I

tonibn is-It*

great durabllltr-

PILL you know It INC[

stand up under all condWoot
that It wOl withstand all tbs !

"Proof Were you an famu let

IU$00FM0T FUEL wl h.heatr frost storms,to.Pick 63 J

GeT rooftai by what It dosesnityuu'113uvariahafuaeCargR

A : ; .. w I

fa* :


Brooker Lumber Co.

i orIrea tank of .
Sar. Phone 62 Homestead, rise

more llJiI.g 8 J r --.....'

emu.less car. F1 't g

Central Service Station = '' (} f) .
c tirt++s

>w lr.ai _;" ,Cor.! KrontAv*.'&.NE..SttOl I"3t;: Ilnmalgtead..: trrllllils4 I .

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r Four __ __ THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday August 21. 1936 '

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f AND SUCH ft Little Free Movie Program ?;
Published I Friday at Horn* (Continue* From :Page One) ,
; l toad. Fla. by the South Dade and the help received from you In raising the funds Free moving pictures sponsored; I
I Publishing c... with which our fine Sunday school building was built Bird by Bird Chevrolet Co.. will be'*
/ shown in the used
; car lot of that '
Sincerely ,
/ BEN "RCIIER.EdUor Told Usthat firm on Krome avenue Saturday*' ,
t C. N. WALKER. night at 8 o'clock.
Entered u second flaw mall Homestead AUK 19. 1936. Thrilling automobile stunt drive
matter March J, IMS, It the port log current; events, and a flint
t"f Him at Homestead. Florida, wilder The other statements in the Redland District News editorial truth showing how a motor car It tested
the act of March I, 1171. were equally. true as the one regarding slot machines sometimes the hurt will be thown.
} as readers of the Leader-Enterprise know full well to badly it provokes a long stringof Everyone .Is Invited to tee these

f sea PRICE is ot A TEAKReminiscence This newspaper co-operated fully la all these movements.True untruths. picture, said W. R. Bird, president

: t. we may have failed to write long-winded, bombastic 000000 of the company. ';.
; editorials of the type that would be inspired' by an Inflated -that the blatantly reiterated
ego but chose more often than not to point the way in our policy of not accepting ads from Prizes Are Given During
How glad I when hair
was your out-of-town firms was not adoptedby
Turned up la little duck-taili, news columns a certain throw-away sheet un- Big Sale at Dixie Drug
i And 1 knew that It would curl; "aaJHodern journalism recognizes and teaches that vastly til 1U solicitors were repeatedly
(It meant to much to e (trt!) more good can be accomplished in the news columns than turned down by Miami departmentstores. Seven hundred ninety two
t i To keep your baby-akin :air, in the editorial columns by a newspaper that will turn the prizes will be given away by the

t>> I mad you a little blue bonnet searchlight of reportorial inquiry on dark corners and present ...... with Rexall Its Company August factorjr-to-eustonv In connection

Remember With a ruffle over your neck-: the facts of a situation to the public. This policy the -that a distribution of 3.000 can er sate in progress at the Dixie

I i t' If I could, rd have written a sonnet I Leader-Enterprise has tried to follow, though it has not be easily obtained when two or Drug In Homestead and at Rexall
hesitated to use sledge-hammer editorials when they were three or more circulars are placed stores in other cities

On what It did to your eyet- I' needed. where one would lufflce-and the Among the prize are two Chevrolet *
i The blue of Italian skies Good journalism-and good taste, too, for that matter- surplus makes a grand supply of sedans 15 electric refrll ra. ,
I Wan laded betide them, (or to dictate that the editor or reporter remain in the background I wrapping paper, etc., especially In ton, 20 electric vacuum sweepers .
, We thOU.htour Daddy and and not intrude his personality in his writing, especially the ease of country stores where 23 bicycles, 25 electric washers ':
How we used to laugh I'j whole stacks of papen can be left and many others. Entry blanks
not in his headlines. This newspaper has insistedon
At your clunuy, spraddling\ walkI' an observance .,f this policy and hopes to continue to be 040000 telling how these prizes may be
obtained are at the Dixie Drug and
it And when tint began to talk/
you -that someone who does a lot of
able to work for the of the Redland District
No baby was ever to smart! development talking about trading at home hat may be bad for the asking

(It, strange how warm are these without violating this rule. been taking hit cleaning and
thoughtsMulled pressing to Coral Gables Frederick to CompeteIn

over In my heart!)-Mary from a pedal accomplishes the I ...... Regional Contest
Ferrell Dickinson In New York in the converted
t I grove -that W. I. risk, that grand old
tractor park plug of the Lions Club, Johl Frederick president of the
Sun.The of Homestead and
FOR AUTOS TO Future Farmer
The mower blade don not de- seems to upend most of hit time devising
League of Natloi F. F. A. public speaking champion
pend on the movement of the ways and meant of cutting
r By Lndd M. Bplvey, President ef START MONDAYI tractor wheel for its power but It down hit hospital business champions of the state'will from Georgia compete and with Alabama -
driven by a belt from the tractor
Southern College at Lakeland
In a F. F A. regional oon ;
My respect for the League of engine Thus no matter how which carries a five-fliot mower teat at Tallahassee Aug 28. Ho
( From fane One) slow the tractor turns or how blade. Motor
I Natloni! hat been greatly strengthened up to will give the talk he gave whenhe
by my first visit to Geneva. ,I cent higher than Lake Worth's, short the turns, the mower it always power and blades up to .18-horae-1 won the state championship, I
I do not believe It it dead Nor' and 63 of a cent under Vero operating at full speed can be obtained, Our Challenge"
do I believe It will die. teach a. Mr. Rue laid the committee This, Mi Calderwood laid, permits can be done by attaching the disk Geo. N. Waketield adviser to ;
Too many people believe In a I thought the local rates were a clean Job of grams or cover- arm directly to the tractor at the the Homestead chapter will accompany -
black, and white world. A thing:( pretty well at they ought to be. crop mowing around each tree. tide Mr. Calderwood tald I him to Tallahassee
must! be entirely black or entlreIv The council voted to leave the A three-horsepower motor runt Application for a patent for the
; white they contend Fortunately ] rates at they are. l Mr. Calderwood original model converted tractor Is still pending WANT Alas PAT-THY TIIFMj'rax
; we do not live in such a world.I Informed by Mayor C. T. Harper
The .league to not a success Nor is I that In the absence of a specific

It A taUuoi ,Ljke/ every other or- Homestead ordinance against m fLORIDA: .ffl JLItl'tt.1! .. jlhMW/l r 51
jlimuwtloniWiBr sun, U It both smoking In theatre, state officers' ...
The mere fact that the league could and would enforce the slate,
blundered badly does not mean law If called upon. Council President .-
I I that It it dead. It didn't do what Tom Harris said that no suchrecourse -
r'Ty/6. IYN/1ENG :, \
was necessary
we hoped But what organization -
does? To an explanation by Wm. M tY" ,rs., BAL ,

The league I* here to stay be- Johns that the theatre had tried' MSr I.&AVG$ .E'1\oU
but unable to curb smoking In I RoetM ct7
ri use! we have a worU where suchan was i
organization Is needed. We the balcony of the Seminole Theater \

mutt have a place where we can j Mr. Harris said: I
clear at least tome of the International I I "Every theatre It supposed to I
problems, We may have have ushen These ushers should :
to fight over tome ot them but I I report violations of the no-.mok-I 6eAvrAn'
we can't keep on fighting over all j ing rule to Mr. English: who can i iI !
of them thea step over and get the police i
I urn a renewed believer in the I I and have the violators arrested'
league Our own United for disorderly conduct or disturbIng Nf61lroNj'A
is not in the mood for Joining Stete'l I I the peace by smoking The I
but who knows how the I ct'yI not going to place policemen I'I
tivr- yean from now' One thing j I! In the show to watch for smoking.
That is the of the Pare
we can depend upon-Individuals however duty I
and organisation* never remain 1 I theatre managementMr "
ttuUc. : Johns mid that fireproof
Five or ate years ago I used the I: wallboard.had replaced the drape
story of the, teacher printing out formerly placed In the theatre to'
to her pupils that every boy had Improve acoustics, to there was no
tin opportunity. to become the danger except from kids In the
president ot the United State A front row of the balcony who flip
little boy held up his hand and cigarettes /downstairs Fire Committeeman -
said "Teacher, I slant have ao Henry Brooker, fr.
chance at all said that concrete buildings sometimes -
"Why?" asked the teacher burn and, moreover, the
Because my pa Is S Democrat] main danger was of someone getting
trolled the lad trampled la a panic
The story brought forth some''I Councilman Rue called attentionto
ami let then To make It Just at, the increasing number et children r f4ie. i
humorous now all you have to doIt who are driving can, and the
to substitute the word Republican mayor was instructed by the council -
for the wdrd Democrat The to have the police force stop
world change all children under the age of 18 r

Germany may come back to, from driving units they have been .
the league Japan likely will rejoin -, given t special permit by the mayor
And when the picture of after aatitfactory examination. -
the world It a little different the ,

people of the United States may INVENTS AGILE
change their winds. The permanency V IN I Z.a
of the league waite upon, ....
the United States I 'GROVE TRACTOR 1lG@IJj IBIf

Simple RecipeWhat AND LIME SIZERContinued fJ :
/!/ManJ.lQ.iJ' f
la needed It for people to '"'
know one another to cultivate I : g J(4.UI oTtTZS v.IIGCt
every relationship that runt crott-I ( From Page One)
wile toInternational line,, to read two wheel, the axle and steering
one another1 books, to admire one wheel of a model T Ford and a mat fragrance of the DOGWOOD turtle to he found In Florida waUrt. It hat been
another" art, to list one another1 I regular tractor saddle Wherewith flower to its only method of attracting: ntgU- known to reach a weight of 800 pounds bat the
food This world can never I the garden tractor, bearing flying Insect that pelllnate It. It I* a singular fact average market the shipped from Key West ranges'
be made right by tone never by down on the handle with the that shortly after daylight the flower ktet itt fra- Item Sd to 100 seuad*. the GmnJTgitl* gets its
fear, never by power.-StephenLeacock hands tipped the front of the ma puce entirely. turns ftoJi.g..Ugr its Lat.1EC.lt'SE .
Canadian author, ecoaomUt -I chine and Its mower blade up to j ef Its :Ugh commercial value tie )t
and humorist In the Ho- escape a rock or other obstructlpn .: TURTLE Is fat the moat iapoftanl 't tPage
tartan )4'18.1111. on the ground releasing the foot]

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Friday August 21.1936 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Paw Five

: night until Monday morntng wild MM.M A. Better.1ICI daughter, and daughter Mr. and Mrs. A. C.

Mr. and Mrs. Ben AMher brothel Mart *, returned Friday tarn Deputy left this week for their < :

1 ; and atoter-in-law of Mrs Sanches.. HwxJwtooviUe, N. C. where they hoists In Columbus Mis, when
In and Ground Mrs. (]eo. F. Aicher mother of spent two wtilu.Mn '
Mn. Sanohsi and Mr. Archer, accompanied -.- they will spend two month '
Mr. and Mrs. Sancheg Afton Booth returned Wednesday ;
It Berger an"dh his son Phil Bergar -
to Homestead but returned on Sunday from Danville lit, whet t
Homestead to her home In Key West he hM been visiting. relative Fred Stone end Jo* Brown {f '
(Continued on Page Eight) i

Miss HaRI Sullivan who has H.L. Bailey and his on,George,

been visiting friends and relatives who have been spending the summer WANT ADS PAY I

Bobby Crow I* In Dade Count]' V,.. for duty with the fleet martin in Fort Lauderdale for the past two with Mr. Bailey's on-in-Uw

'.' hospital recovering from an tppendlcitU I force. He was accepted for enlistment weeks plans to return home the .

operation peijormeithis I In the marine corps 01 last of this week. :

>., week. He was itrlckei May 11

"while at the hospital where he It The Rev. and Mr*. L. S. Mown )

cling as an Interne. His mother O. I. Gault and E. L. Lawrence of West Palm Beach and their FOR BEST RESULTS PLANTICilgore's

,1' Mrs. Florence Crow, and Mi left last week for Blakely Ga., children, Stuart, Johnnie, Grace
'I liter, Min Marguerite Crow, were where Mrs Lawrence Joined then and Kathryn, visited from Monday

In Jacksonville on their way north for trip to Detroit and Cleveland till Tuesday at the home of Bred-Rite \
when they received word of hit where they attended the Great Mr. and Mrs.J. H. Dodson.
Illness. They returned to Homestead "
Lakes Exposition. Mr. Gault Joined -
I and plan to leave soon to Mrs. Gault and their daughter,, The Rev. c. G. Nelson returned S-E-E-D-S

resume their trip. Martha Jane, In Pennsylvania, and yesterday from a business trip to
.' Mr. and Mrs Lawrence went U Live Oak
I E. J. Dyal left Friday on a three. 'Niagara Falls. When Mr. and I .

,, week business trip to Allentown.ft. Mrs. Lawrence return, they will Miss Mae JUdin, daughter Of For over twenty-five years w. bare specialised U Tomato
From Allentown he will sop come by Damascus, Ga., where Seed for Florida and the South. No better tomato seed for
x,. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. RediD, has returned -
to Hot Spring, Ark., to take they left their two sons with Mr. I from Maryland where she Souther growing conditions NIl be secured; any here.
baths for three weeks. Lawrence's mother, Mn. M. M
f. I Lawrence. has been visiting since April. Among outstanding varieties, w* bawlKllgore's (

,. Miss Josephine Pratt who hat
I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McMichael Bred-Rite Marglobe r
p* been visiting relatives In Hollywood Miss Elizabeth Home left last
't CaL, and Pueblo, Cot. ii week to spend two weeks/ In Hen- and sons returned Sunday from .Kiljrore'a Improved Grothcn Red !
In Clarkston
three-month ,
"" : a stay
: now visiting at Hunter, Okla. dersonvllle, N. C. Globe t
s. C., and Salisbury Md., where
.k/ .
'I Mr. McMlchael was manager of Glovel
.Kilgore'i Improved
;. Mr. and Mn. Jason Avery recently Alvah !
Taylor returned Sunday tacking houses. Before their return -
,.i. bought the Levering groveon after spending two weeks at Camp they spent several days in Pritchard: or Scarlet Topper \
road short distance
..'. north of Avocado drive, and will Foster near Jacksonville and one Atlantic City. Misses Cleo and .And all other well known varieties. ;
week with hli parents, Mr. and Dolly Carter of .Eau Gallic are
r" ; move there as soon as the house on I
Mrs. Dorsey Taylor, In ColqulttGa. guests at the McMichael home this i
;it has been renovated. The sale On his return he visited his 'week.

; was made by Wilmer Cast uncle, E. D. Taylor, and brother,, KILGORE SEED CO.

." Christie Taylor, near Palatka.Mr. Mr. and Mrs Ovid Sullivan and
Arthur Fogle who graduates Homestead, Fla.
from Riverside Military AcademyIn Mr. Sullivan' mother, Mrs Homer i
il and Mrs. Joel J. Robinson Sullivan left Tuesday for Ocala
; Gainsville, Ga., this week and Tel. 63 Free Delh'eryllade
and Mrs. Annie Butler returned!
where they will spend two weeks
Dale Henderson who will finish
Monday from 0 two-week trip to with relatives.
his course there next year are *xl -
Sycamore and Ellaville Ga.
l J pected to return to their homes tomorrow. -
f. I Miss Marguerite Murphy, who
Mrs. B. E. O-rnnd her daughter lives with her brother-in-law and

I Miss Jane, left Wednesday to I sister, Mr and Mn E. A. Carter
; of
Allen Neal Is spending part To Order and Stock Size
;. bIB two week vacation in Homestead spend three weeks with relative : tn Jacksonville arrived last weekto I
In Jacksonville. visit her father and stepmother
r and will visit relatives In
Hallendale. Mr and Mrs. B. C Murphy, until
rt. -, Miss EnteUe Booth I* vlsitlnjrelatives school starts.Clarence Venetian Blinds
in Fort '
> ,
P Mr. n.t'Mm-Cad field, Mrs.
A. O. Buck and Miss Martha Close Priest of Tallahassee
Mrs. San Umphrey Is visiting Florida State
attended the evangelistic service an instructor at the
her two slaters In Lexington. Va.
College for Women spent
Sunday In the Fort Lauderdale
: Nazarene Church where the Rev. She Is expected to return the firs! Week-end with his cousins, Mr. SMnch width

Howard Field is holding a two- of September._ 1 and Mrs Homer Sullivan and fam- ,

':week meeting In the atternool\.l I Mrs. Augvutus Wynn who has! Ily.
they attended the {
rally In the First been visiting a cousin In Landrum, Mr and Mrs. Alvin Campbell 29
the Nazarene in Miami. S. C., left then last week for Atlanta who sept the summer in North 4
where she will spend two : and South Carolina and Georgia
weeks with her grandmother, Mrs., returned home Monday.
R. L. Dulard of West Point
A. D. Hardin, before returning to '
Ga., and Mrs. C. B. Scott of Bainbridge I' .
Homestead. Albert RclU left Wednesday forWrI.htavlllf'
Ga, were recent guests of 34 or 37-inch
O where he will
T. O. Watkins of
their sister,
Mrs Roy Newbern with her son, visit Fred Brantlev who was form I widths
Princeton.Mr. Lowell of WlUlcoochee. Ga., left, erly employed b>. the Dixie Drug

Tuesday after spending a week I II and other friends
and Mrs. Geo. M. Frick and '
I with her sister, Mrs. J. B. Spark- 98
their daughter, Miss Virginia, returned 4
Monday from Jacksonville man. I .. a-"

where Mn. Trick and her daughter I Mr.'and Mrs.-J M. Moye, their I I

have been spending the past two son, Fred, and their nephew, Baaney -: I. a ay Stock Lengths

.. weeks alter visits In other remainedIn parts Moye, all of Atlanta are t 14 II 5 It., 6 In.
of the state. Mr. Frlck spending a week with Mrs Moye's I
Homestead and went up for hli
nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs.
family over the week-end. A. E. Smith. On their return they, I Note: Venetian

plan to spend a few days In Sa If pm RJAUT-we" to Main I BHnd fcurchas-
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lanier returned or lump Toothful vigor awl *ttallty >
,' Monday from Millon. Ga., vannah.Mr. I spBtal wmo' tfaan .t the es of $20.00 or

Where they spent the summer with and Mrs T. A. Sanchez of, vorid Bees)-faom* Pbj mead lCahii:*r* I .h more may be

relatives.Ira their to! >farf..>.it.
Tampa who were on way ports ta the Utnuar i
Key West, .visited from Saturday .u-I of pawsl a-JdL...... Y } made on Sean'ealypayment
DavU, son of Mr. and Mrs 1.j .' tag tnorh yens hew to ajM Wl
V. Davis of Homestead a privatein sad STAT ITEtL Rteohi a.. +

the U. S< marine corps, has ache smbdbable. n' plan.

successfully completed the bask Not a ...ssphsl--we ..Assew.+ae
e training course at Parrls bland, Jaswsode..ee
S. C, and has been transferred to -c.---- ;

the marine barracks at Quantlco,, opoe' "t sense sun, w06gress dies, dt ninstiae and- hnriefc Venetian minds Made To Fit Any Size Win- ('

...... A tetenHAa health pro down. Phone 2-6181 For Free Estimates.
'\Vi-6-g1. peas based ea nattiest llowaH .

Let Us ;: yea ksw a bssahh peoala., Now it is possible to equip your home with Venetian i

.. the genuine .or desire' a gisrfons aimless. Blinds, so essential to modern home ; I
Visit issis popular "Iiaatk Ilsewore" '
RejuvenateYour Y.G E Permanent_ ar basin 1M seam. og.pad beauty and comfort, at a price that will enable
to substantially 1 Let Sears
Car M.'I offing ..._-......... you save supply

-'Ju .a.I urb-uWi she =fv1.w, =:; Iced : your needs with fine quality basswood slat
Wood Work kind of a pcraunnt roes were: blinds with matching tapes and cords. anti
fat due's aW kind w, gM*. =. .=.: rust-proof hardware.

Body, Fender Repairs .For ,.* do remains .Enaayavfeg .. sea. 'Ur ..... 'aMwas..
.. _
Tops and Trimming ; with series Eujtaa' sawsmwvlbv l
aWhcts LM as ..*." youf easy nf Bwnb of Yanvoml \
Scat Covers hit for the season, wish ... waft sridah -oil tmiHl inenwomloc I
t, PaintJnrArt's 'tool MKluUiium sod AjttftJ Kudhhburiy ..... Ij.j.

k g.'-aAd.-.lP.1Jf'. nrnMrntimL I
i FoboMe flwfc Bootb not It
paftt S p Bush's Barber Shop ,

& Beauty Parlor PHYSIf\< n 1 l ,,1.1 J' BISCATNE BLVD. 1JTH TO urn STS,tUAMI
Ml N. DOME A\'E. 11,1, I I

Mist Wile Brows. Operator ,

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Pave Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, August 21,1936_


daughter of Mr. arid Mrs A. L.
t Social Events'MISS -------. ,
I Horn, pioneer resident of the The O T. Club composed of birthday party during the Chrlat'omis
Redland District, was married to I girls of the Class of 1936 of Homestead holiday for the members wh\)*
G. T. Harrison of Newport News, High School, entertained have birthdays, while off at school,
Va., In that city Saturday, according the boys of the class at a picnic Each member told of ber plan
t EMILIE FREDERICK IS BRIDEOF to word received ha",. James I, supper at the Future Farmer for the rest of the summer and for
Field,who la stationed at Hampton clubhouse Friday night Dames the tall
FREDRICK KUFELDT OF REDLAND Roads In the navy yard there I' followed the ,u per. Present were: Mrs Ruth Scott

-- witnessed the ceremony. Present were: Mrs. Lee H. Leh- the sponsor Miss Robertson Mis*
{ Miss EmUto Frederick eldest and Mrs. Henry Borgardt and Miss Horne was II'ldultecilrom man, Mrs. J. Tom Venn, Miss Booth, Min Tower Miss Parman
} i daughter of Mr. Mid Mr*. David family Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ku- Homestead High School in 1930 Mary Moon, Miss Jewel Campbell, Miss Brannan, Miss Ethal Bailey,
and since that time has been connected Miss Moon Miss Campbell, Miss
,T Frederick of Homestead, and feldt and family Mr. and Mrs Miss Leola Little Miss Prlscella ,
Fredrick Kufeldt, ion of Mrs Coteh KufeUt Mr. and Mrs Dave with the Western Union Fread, Miss Fern Robertson Miss Little. Miss Freed, Miss Vann.Miss
Telegraph Company in Homestead Katherine Vann. Miss Virginia Hodge and Milt Walker
Marti Kufeldt of Redland were Kufeldt Mr. and Mrs am Engel
married In the Robertson Memo- Mr. and Mrs J. U. Free, Jr., Mr. other titles In Florida and Hodge, Miss Ruth Tower Miss Annie -, The O T. girls plan to tie and
sal Lutheran in Newport News. Mae Booth Miss Marjorie Sul- dye luncheon sets at their meeting
i Church in Miami at and Mrs. Max Leaner, Mr. and
Mr. Harrison is a Morse code Uvan. Miss Jean Parman. Sam Al- next Thursday afternoon at the
6 o'clock yesterday by tile :Rev. Mrs. Paul Loaner, Mr. and Mrs
Cm M. Poth, pastor of the church: T. J. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. 3. K.WolUker operator for the Western Union in len, Bobby Caves, Clarence Fros- home of Miss Leola Little and
In the presence of relatives and Mrs E. J. Dyal, Mn.'t, Newport News. cher, Teodore Franklin, Nelson each girl will bring to the meeting I
ttiends. P. McLean. MiMI Christine Camp After a short honeymoon in McCourtney, Clayton Lehman, two bleached flour sacks and cord. :
t Washington, D. C., they will live handkerchief shower will be
The service WM performed bjr bell, Miss Ruth Frederick and Carl Whitney Beam and Tommy Mot- A I
l Frederick et Newport News fctt given for Mrs. Ruth Scott, the club
r candle light before the altar which
was decorated with tuberoses and Invited from Miami were:, Mr. The club held a meeting Friday sponsor.
palms. i and Mrs A. S. Brown and daughter REDLAND LEAGUE HAS afternoon at the home of Miss Lois Miss Ethal Bailey was hostess
i Miss Lucille Mrs. M. Schlr-, SWIMMING PARTY Walker and gave a handkerchief yesterday at a meeting of the club
The bride on the arm of her macher Mrs Don Pieplnschnle- The Redland Methodist League shower for three of Its members, at the horn of Miss Dorothy
father and preceded by MM Pearl I der, Mrs. Fred Schlndler and M. members enjoyed a swim Monday Miss Katherine Vann, Miss Doro- Brannon.
WhiUker maid of honor entered McGeehee.On night at the Seven Mile rockpit. thy Brannan and Miss PrUcella Present were: Miss PrlscllU
to the strains of the "Brlda\ Chorus Tuesday night the Junior I Among., those present were: Mr. Fread, who had birthdays last Freed Miss Elizabeth Thompsonof
from "Lohengrin"; ,,' plax: d by Woman's Club of Homestead, of and Mrt. Gotch Kufeldt, Mr. and week South Miami, Miss Mary Moon.
the church organist The bridegroom which the bride Is a member, gavea I Mrs. Bill McCuIlouch. Frances The club decided to hold a Miss Ruth Tower, Miss Little, Mlas
s and the belt "Iran, U C.MeGlnnli miscellaneous shower and bunco i Lett, Billl Harford., Emily: Engle,
entered from the study .
party for her at the Homestead Mary Engle Olive Grunwell Mary9orgardt COMMUNITY SUPPER Redd, Mrs. J. J. McLendon Mrs.
door. Country Club. Prizes were won by Robert Cast, Fred Bor- TO BE: HELD IN REDLAND' .O. L.--Showaiter, Mrs. F. Fleltas,
The bride wore a gown of whit Mrs. H. T. Oxford Mrs. W. B. lardt, John Borgardt, Junior Har A community supper will be Mr, *. Vlvan Booth,, Mrs. 'Mollie
silk crepe made with standing lace Caves, Jr., and Miss WhiUker. ford, George Grunwell and Kenneth held Thursday evening, August 27, Wingate, Mrs. J. L. Ballard, Mrt.
; collar shirred yoke, buttoned Chicken salad, cake and limeade Trumble. at 8 o'clock in the parsonage of the Barber, Mrs. H. M. Glbbs, Mrs.
> back, full sieves that narrowedto The league members were entertained .
were served by the committee Redland Community Church Bird Mitt Lobdell- and' Misses'
pointed cuffs and a form fitting i In charge. Mrs. Paul :Reynolds at the home of Mr. and Esther and Helen Livingston.M. .
r skirt that ended in a alight train. Mrs. Claude Campbell, Mrs. J. S. Mrs. Gutch Kufeldt Sunday even
l+ Her long bridal veil hung from a Horton and Miss Marguerite Wol- ing.
coronet of tuberoses, and aha car- lam. SCRAPBOOKS TO MISSIONS E. JUNIORS HAVE

ried a bower bouquet of whit Others present wen: Mrs. Dyal, TO ATTEND FAREWELL PARTY Plans for making scrapbook to OUTDOOR PARTY
roM bud and tube roses. Mrs Buchanon, Mrt Hunter Har- FOR DR. IESSE M. MVRRELL be sent to missionaries in China The teachers of the Junior department
The maid of honor wore a Nile din Mrs. L. B. Danzey, Mrs. JoelJ. On Tuesday members of the for distribution there were com- of the Homestead Methodist -
green taffeta frock cut princess Robinson, Mrs. Pet Perkins, Redland Epworth League will attend pleted at the meeting the Wo- Sunday School entertainedtheir
style with flaring skirt and pale Mrs. Gee M. Sonnlchsen, Mrs. a farewell party given in man's Missionary Society of the pupils at an outdoor partyat
pink aaah that matched In tint Burley Dendy, Mrs. Bruce Ennls, Miami for Dr. Jesse M. Murrell of Homestead Methodist Church the horn of the :Rev. and Mrs.
her wreath of sweetheart roses Mrs. Herbert Turner, Mrs. Marvin the White Temple who will leave I Tuesday afternoon In the church. A. A. Koestllne Friday afternoon.
and her old fashioned bouquet of Shaw Mrs Wm. M. Johns, Misses soon for Chicago to take up his Mrs. Preston B. Bird, the presi- Mrs. Koestlln Is superintendentof
the same flowers i Alice and Grace Hobson and Miss new work as world superintendentof dent, gave the devotional. Miss the junior department

Th bridegroom teat man, father Mary Bradley. Epworth League work. Jennie Bible Lobdell' was in charge of Games were played, and cake
study. and homemade
of the bride and the ushers cream were
j John Frederick and James Redd, I, SPAIN TO ;THEME Mrs. Geo. E. Reed and Miss After the meeting the group enjoyed served.
were garbed In white and won OF B. T. F. U. MEETING Myrtle Kerfoot were guests of Mr. a watermelon cutting on Present besides Mr. and Mrs
rone boutonnlers. Th present political situationIn and Mrs. Curtis E. Lee at the the lawn. Koestllne were: Mrs. J. J. Mc
Mendelssohn's wedding march Spain will be the theme of a Lions Club Tuesday evening. Present were: the Rev and Mrs Lendon and Miss Mary Bradley,

was played as the recessional.Immediately talk by Mrs. Bertha Edwards Monday wo, .,.'" ..... ....rrwwrwr.rwr A. A. Koestllne, Mrs. J. E. Davis, teachers, Louis and Yates Akera,
I Mrs J. A. McNelll, Mrs. J. D.
(Continued on Page Eight)
after the wedding night at an open meeting of The Calendar
the part returned to Homestead the Homestead Business and Professional -
where a reception was held at Women's Club at the
the home of the bride's parents home of Mrs L. L. Bow. Mrs. August 23-Meeting of Chaucer
A large four-tier wedding cake Wm. E. Myers will talk on the physiography Guild with Mrt. L. L. Bow at 1
and punch were served. of the country, the race I o'clock.
The bride was born In Saratov, history and some of the larger. Aug. 24 Open meeting of
Russia and three weeks later was cities Homestead B. P. W. C. I' Rexall'sAugust
taken by her parents to Germany. The public Is Invited. Aug. 25-Meeting of Woman's
When the was three months old Club of Homestead study class
they came to this country and lived CHICKEN SUPER AND SWIM with Miss Jennie Lobdell at 1 p. m. I
In Sheybogen, WIs., until twelve ENJOTED BY a Y. P. U. GROUP Aug. 27-Redland Ladles' Aid
years ago when they moved to The Senior B. Y. P. U. members meeting in parsonage at ) o'clock.II
IComestead. enjoyed I chicken supper at Miami Aug. Community supper ata I
The bridegroom was born In Beach Thursday afternoon. The I p. m. in Redland parsonage. ati Factory t to
Buenos Aires, Argentina, and supper was preceded and followedby Aug. 27-0. T. Club meeting !
et the age of seven was taken by a swim. Little horn at t o'clock. I
Ml parents to Germany and then Present were: the Rev. and Mrs. Sept 1-W. M. S. meeting In
ta Chicago When he was fourteen C. N. Walker Miss Valera Fitch, Homestead Methodist Church.
years of age the family mowed Miss Ellen Vann, Miss Alta Vann, Sept 2-W.. M. U. circle meet- You Sale
to Redland and he attended Miss Katherine Vann, Miss Annie Ings.
I Redland High School He now Hartley, Miss Eunice Walker Miss Sept. Meeting of Junior Wo-
owns a 11'0In Redland, and Virginia Dorsey, Miss Virginia man's Club of Homestead In dubious -
for several years he has been con- Hodge Miss Jewel Turner Miss *. .
nected with the Silver Palm Citrus Katherine Harper. Miss Lois Walker Sept. -W. M. U. meeting In
Growers Exchange. Whitney Beam Theodore First Baptist Church. Is Now in Progress at h
They will live in one ot the Man-' Franklin, W. M. Alday, SamGreenwood Sept 15-W. M. S. circle meet-

Icy apartment | Laban Bishop, Ernest .ings. .
Those invited to the weddingand Neil Merrill Struth and Tommy THE DIXIE"DRUG
the reception wen: Mr. and Whitehead
Mrs David Frederick, Jr., David Store"In
I gal ]'our Rexall
Frederick III Mr. and Mrs. Marvin The Ladies' Aid Society of ; CARE
Shaw Mr. and Mrs. C. H I :Redland Community Church Will .
Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Buchanon < meet at the parsonage Thursday I
Mr. and Mrs Ceo Oana Mr. ,afternoon at I o'clock. .a and Beauty connection with this sale the Rexall))

I Company is giving away

EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING ; the True best beauty of care demands at all 792 PRIZES ABSOLUTELY FREE

HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP I wish time a wave Whether, a facial you, including: 2 Chevrolet sedans, 25 Kelvina-
)L D. JICOBSEN I'r6II- a manicure, or any of tor electric refrigerators, 20 electric vacuum
the other essential aids
UN. Kmm Avenue
Phase 41641Annie to beauty, you'll find sweepers, 25 bicycles, 25 electric

the skilled operators at washers, with hundreds of other prizes.Be .
Pat'l Beauty parlor

r A laY 1ew FitzpatrickGraduate II ready quickly to. any serve time you sure to get entry blank and information

Crogelgaele Spiral a4Cwnblaalto about these Free Prizes at the .

Oberlin Conservatory and Royal I

'Conservatory of Leipzig Prices $5, $6, $7 I The Dixie Dm* -



RedUnd'Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422 Hss.11 .
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August 21, 1936 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pare Seven Ik



Noose Guild selection Not far from Her. RATE. First Insertion 101 a line; Subsequent insertions

[ .......,. WoJiMrdpy. Tkprodoyi M .. mTooMVy. rlsburg, Va. there Is a house or Sd a line

Mdoyi It P. -.. .. at which there is this sign ''Tourists'JodIinll

ootordoyi S.. p.U M a. a., t-. m. meals," and this place k. JUICE
(Continued From Page One) the starting point and here Nellie FOR RENT Jungle Grove, Redland per gallon

out swinging to the right" ..Id And was the librarian thrilled Edna Strickhouser decides to

engineer, "and In doing so yot the other day when one of theyounger "make her own luck." It to I a FOR RENT Stfarffled tend a ml fOR SALE Guavas. $1.00 per

cal drive at a nuulrmim of tooprobably boys brought In a cflppinj charming story of the haphazard Hit of Homestead. Mrs. C. M bushel Jungle Grove, Redland

Just IS miles: per tiour from the Librarian's Comer and existence of the true aristocrat: Henderson, Princeton. :

accident at IS miles per hou asked If we had those boob Well,, of the Virginia mountina. Although DUPLEX apt fur rent,-4 room FRYERS Live or dressed. Freedelivery
In Phone 83J-M.
not likely to be sertour At 11 we did have them, not all of them Miss Singmaster was born and sleeping porch, modern conveniences McEwen city Plant.

lei an hour, too, your reflex atla at home that day but several ol In Pennsylvania of I Fenna'lvanlaDutch Mr*. Eva Collins, Bit Poultry

IOn siUflclent to get your loot them were In, so the boy could family and has twitter cayne Drive and Federal hwy. MISCELLANEOUSPIANO

p the brake, get your ear uDder make a choice. He found couple many Pennsylvania Dutch stories, (a 14 U)

trot and stop within 80 feet- and the librarian hopes he will she also knows Virginia and for TUNING anv repairing.

that is, ot course if you have gootikes. keep at that list until every book twenty yean has lived near Gettysburg FOR RENT-I hOllies, furnished, Good used piano for sale cheap

." on it has been read. near the battle field. 139 and $20 L. 0. Hall 218 N W W J:. Koon. Ill N. W. 3rd St

Reminding his audience the Here Is another book for thai We have so Rally new books on 14th St. Homestead. (a U, .1])

automobile accidents have killed boy to read, or for any other boy the rental shelf No doubt you FURNISHED apt for rent C. R HEAL ESTATEREAL

more Americans than have been who likes adventure It U'Forgotten have been reading reviews of "Be. Blggers, 104 N. K. 2nd Ave

Skilled by wars in the history of: "' Godi" by Theodore yond Sing the Woods" by Trygve (a 7-21). ESTATE-Tltose who wantto

this country, Mr. Livingston said: Acland: Harper, who was assisted Gulbranssen Now you will have buy or sell Redland District

"''t dont suppose that any of yoi, In the writing of the story by Us the opportunity to read the book GOOD second story, cool well real estate will find up.to..datelIIItinp
In office Many of
:realize how fast you are travelini Wife, Mlnifred Harper. It Is thestory for yourself. It is said to be one furnished apartment Rent reasonable our
of Jack Russell who returns Ask st Western Union these listings are still at subnormal -
:when you are on the road driving, I of the best loved novels of the I
but you travel generally at 80 V after an absence of several ;years season. either
to find the large estate left by his your Inquiries or
80 miles an hour, and sometime) FOR RENT-4-roora houM. two your listings, all of which will
father dwindled down to almost
faster At 40 miles an hour yoi ATTEND UNION MEETING screened porches running water I have our beet attention Now Is
nothing and his guardian a famous
are travelling M and two-thJrdi Homestead ', garage, fruit tree, tot I the time to buy B. w. Morris,

feet per second: -a distance moo archaeologist, gone somewhere in Twenty-three from couple. Apply W. W. Severy,, now associated with It A. Cam
the wilds of Yucatan where he and attended the union meeting of the
than equal to the width of any of Redd Dry Cleaners. I eron. N. W. lat St In Cltlacns .
his daughter are exploring the Methodist Hi-League in Grace
our Intersections. Your rifle Bank Bldg. 1't10ne'2.
ruins of the lost Mayan civiliza Methodist Church in Miami on
action would not be quick enougl FOR SALE
oven for you to relax in starting U tion. And Jack Russell goes to Au,. IS. The party Included: I WANTEDWANTEDto

Find them. There can be no more the Rev. and Mrs A. A. Koestline, I
before would
move your you FLAGER Memorial ParkS .
have traveled through the Intersection. .. thrilling background than this region Mr. and Mrs J. E. Close, Mr. and >t Joseph's Memorial Park rent by the year,
In the heart of tropical Mrs. Ivan Moser Mr. and Mrs. JO. .
a small unfurnished home close
At 00 miles an hour yoi; Flagler St at 83rd Ave, Miami
wilderness where life and death Wynn A. B. Slagle, Tommy
are traveling 88 feet per second' For plats Information and appointment In. L. T. Proctor, at Leadcr-En-
are close companions and the descendents > Cline, Elizabeth Mcllwain Edwina terprlse office. (a 714)ZRDXR
Mrs A. H Lawrence
Mr. Livingston said that the ,,
of an all but forgottenrace Close, Marjorie Redd. Marjorie
curves at the intersections would Nina box til, Homestead. (pa 27)) I FOR ri'iti ICATION
perform weird and mysticalrites Moser, Esther Pope, Djal IP t Coort. Klmolk JodMolrirnlt.
probably make three minutes difference Wanetta Koestline Elwin Cooper I Uod. loooty, PlotMp. let kppi .
among the grass grown ruins FOR SALE-Ducks :Ilk! lb. Dressed *
in the time required foi I ry TOM No. ......
of their templet. This book was Allen Pope, Mildred and MargdTet 28c per duck extra. Mrs W. RILL role niVOMIIABIUR
a drive from Silver Palm, when and Beatrice MAY (;11<11111. CowpUlmW. ,..
one of the Junior Literary Guild Field, Myrtle Flnney H. Sykes, Sr., east of Legion

the Lion hold their meetings, toMiami selections a few years ago. The Wilson. Bldg. (pa 14-21). f 1J.0.r.1.; OP.OM ky .ft/da.it nofrndoPt.pppnMVd to

[ l Mr. Flsk said that by author has had a few adventuresof I IP tto pkon- stated 'aver
actual test the road five that MORKftT OROM! for Irf.edaat ..".-
on his own. He was born in Australia LEGAL NOTICES CENTIPEDE GRASS. Now U the ll nonrd to p POP.r..td.nt .f low Mt.t..f .
minutes will be lost by stopping I time to set grass. Dig It measure ,' Florid,. and !. imldrltl. ul .>...lorl,
at time he tells us "bridgesand
a Youth Cprullpp. that th. ,. I. .. I..r..._ Ipfrpdpnt
it sn intersection roads were scarce" Perhapsthat I. M.. C...... Court of .... Iltll Jadlsd It yourself for 35c a buihpl SOc I 'h. lito. of .'old. low -l- of Bub.pen. .

"You will lose minute In eight Ill rIt D.4. tasty. PMAda. if dug H. M. Lyon. ".... hstn would hind .....h 0.
Is why he found it easy to .f liilLEI .
NLt ADOPTION JU5KPM and tint to to vrr l_, ... .t
illei." he said "We tested 11last make his way to little known and PHII.UPS, a1NTRNTION I ,........... ropr.. It .. thrr.r.rr urdotvdUipt
Sunday. interesting places. He was one VON ADOPTION Ot and SMALL PLANTS for sale. I, ..... woolMd u. ooorar t.. Ito Hill 1 of
: motion, made Mr. Flak of a family of nine and spent much JOHKIH Nll.kVI ritlkUPS P Minor evaluating fllrd I '' OP or krfOfOMipday
by ,, ,
,ypn NOTICE U HKREHY GIVEN that Ito Mrs Ceo. W. Kosel. Jungle I. Ito Itt I.'t'r1l. ":ptor. A. D.loe .
the club voted to have the board of his childhood on horseback i ..d......... ,.._ MrDonM will onto.pplk.tl.io Grove, Redland road and Plum- j othwrwY. the "' ....110.. d now bellw.na14abe
if meet and Into de lie graduated for the odoptfao) of Julius I Islas as wnta-d by MM lit-
directors go among sheep ranges
Nil. Phillip.. a nab. child DM Veer of put. mer driveTurner's.
[alls of the plan and consider its as a mining engineer, took to i This. hotlc. to to p,dlak.d oner p work I It h Lu.."" anWrW lIMIt thin prdW topukllrtoil
For four nioMeoUro worn IP Ito HOMO- .. foituir
p POH opooHirtlwworkr
Feasibility The time for themeeting the sea for a time, came to America Bound LopdorKntarprhp.Itatod II I hi Tto 1U pmlotd r Mr-

was set for tonight was In Alaska during the gold I .....) July ..'b. Ind.JEANETTE I or1w, > awspeper publlikrd = Coop.

"i C. L. Ooley gave a talk on the rash days and says he "missed his I MeDAtflEL.Prtitlonor Funeral Home i Ut This and July Slptr II. MMR .

: (July It. A... T. 14. II. tl) LKATMKRMANrlrrk .
pile by about sixty feet' He has : R
of Lions 14 UlDtl:
fifth and sixth points the -HR. NCR SERVICE ., ClrroN Orort.Hy .

code of ethics. Readings were pent some time in Siberia and NOTICE OP APPLICATION rOB Lady Attendant ... J. Gods Drum. UlrH.Clrrult .

by the following- elocution Central America. A man who TAX DIED I Court Srol
Srpplr Rill No. Ill .
pupils of Mrs George Reed: Janloe baf lived everywhere and traveledon NOTICP. IB HFKKHT: OIVrN that Dorothy Phone M4 R IlomtsUI FUt lor PIplRllffJuly .

Dee, Carol Virginia Lee, and Joy land and sea has surely known May Tktrpip hoI_ of SUM and c...- ( M. II i AM 1, 14. II)
till leaned the Today
let, who also sang I lullaby with enough adventure to write several I ly Tn of Certificate July. A O No.IONS, to filed HIM I II. Ito Shoals Court ., Ito Blorrotk ,..
bo lc.a. IP My office; and hu made: pppllrptlop far LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE I ollie'.' ('MealM mad far IMdt Common
piano accompaniment by Mill p tax dead to be based ttoroop. Slid OortlflroM Ptorldi. IP < koororr. No. 4< K.I .
Myrtle Kerfoot. Of course, any girl will like _10...... the followlnr. droerlkodproporty I.. R. JEFFREY mad J. D MKIIU, rUlo.
Torgotten Gods" too, but here Is IP UM County of Dpao. sate ol I OP APPLICATION rOR lirfi. ... HOMKSaKAl ""NO1I01l1'OA.,1I Si.
[ The Rev A. A. Koestline, pastor FlorMp. towMrantolnlnp TAX PliKUSrpolo COMPANY p PtiMo OPTpontlm.
another real girls' book which e11 1./ Is atok Bottom f.Taahlp I < pill No IMI IMopdoRUNOTKK .
of the Homestead Methodist 89 Mmth, .,M. W Col, NOTICE' III HEKCHV GIVEN trot OI TO IRCUITOKIINotlor.
will like to read "Make Your
talk on The boys : I.' ArrM mae or .... IP Portor Wooer of Sate sad Couply Tat to Mesh. plvra. that umlrr .dky
Church, gave a Own Luck' by Elsie Slngmaster the Copoty of Dodo eta of ........... 3rrtirirotei No. asse.. asset. UfPI. UltK. vista of .. ordVr ol Court oared '.
Home," and told of Its disruptiontoday I of HU Property ppdor ID7M and M1M. food foot Ilk day of Ay.POM. this Man M low .ilk day of May A Diru .
because too many times 1U This book Is also a Junior Literary uJ'i i:::' bad wit IP MM PPPMof A. D loss. too filed HPM M Myoffleo. ;|| ID'". pro rowhvd: la PMOMI
w. L Mr looDolroi < and top oMdo. pppllrotlup for pU mold ) with Ito .ad asIv..d.ww.d
members have no considerationor NOTICE jp APPLICATION FOR HM orrtlflaiM rli.U to rrd ipirproordlot .< Mad to to tamod 'h._ ftald CrrIllleptol st111e p| kh allies tp rtorMp rKy, Y1".1i
Alene Koestline TAX: DKKD to .... the proprrty donrltodItonlp .. .... tto following d rrlordpmporty I rlplpM P> ooh rrmllton may toM
one another. ,,, aeamls min Nw 1911 will to Bold U MM klptool kMdorPt I. the Counts, ., |)odo. Slotr of uplpot tto HioMo ood Road A MorlpoppCoMpppy
imaU daughter of the minister,, NOTE IR 14FRLIT GIVEN that C.... the .... -._ door ... tto flnt Mop.doy Klortdp lovltas a llorldo corporatlop, pod Bob
Ito K: '-. boar of State pod County THCortirboM M the month of ............ IIM, wkkki of SWH of IWH w :% IPSortiop .1.,_ mot to IIM within tknr gave two little readings No. SI44 tooord the lot day atAnioM. the 'tit day of SrpUMtor IMI. II Towoirfilp. M 'hI'R.OO. ....IM froM the date of the lint ...,-
I! A. D. IMI loan flood UIM In mtoffM i Dated lima Mod day of July. 1tM.II. M Kort tooUlnlu S A._ pion or lien of this potlop.
*. sad to pndo .pollution for a "' a. LaA'I'HEItIlAN.rltrll Ira IP .... county of Dodr. .,... ofKlorU. DATED tklr tU* diy.1Ili'rh.A'II: l> IDMKDWAHD
food ttorron. SM OrrtlllrotoooiorooM : .. .. .._ >, r:
[B. U. Will dord to to of ClravK CCeu. pp Ip CortlflooMNo.
Y. P. Groups the foUowhMT _bed praprrty Dooo .... Fkirtdp.Clrralt ...... The awmawet of MMproporty (July It. 14. It. At*. T. 14. II It, Hoot.
Hold Union Meeting I. the Cary of Dodo. BiPto of florid*, ( Cart Swap for H. JOPMP, D. C. ppdVr tto Hid OrtUkpM 4. II. ,I, IS chit I. r IIMI)
.-.-.. (Jay ... II. A... T. >4. 11) toood ... )IP tto PPPM of Tlkp lorCo. .
tWill, of SCH of $wt4" In Martins It, NOTICE OFTAR U'ATMN fOR
T'owoaklp M Month, wow I* toit, NOTICE: or SPECIAL MASTRKU SAL awed d $Flytt 5.rika It, DUD
The of series of union :.1I
I second a Sustaining SO A.n> or Ira. in NOTICE: I* HCRMIT GIVEN Unit tMppdrMlpord .: Iuwb. pawn 8$ Eat NOTICE IS UKHfHY ATM Sot
[meetings of the Baptist YounjPeople's the Cantor of Onto. BUM of ......*. Spatial Mater. stet and .kiTlnw _"'nl.. II A_ man eft Iooe. In Tlirto X' Skrook lower Be .and
t propoMr Mlrr of that eoiUki ripal Dorror PMI the Canty or node. 11'0 of J'Mdlqa air o? Miami Tax Orrtlfkoi Nupibm4MM
[ Union of the Homestead ....Th.-=::: .=VMT UM *M. .. tko ink dor of Aomiol. A. D IM4. .k> ambnn.d I. Cenltk'a, H.. UI- .... Ito Into day ol Jppr. A. D.
{Baptist ChUM will be held Sunday of A.U B. Arm.porUalM the "0.......... Paul D. ....... MM of UMJvdno The _...... of now ...... under IMI, to Illrd Mid UrlllkPM U mr of.Iko. .
MM orrUftrat ikoll kt redeemed of tax BtavonUi Jodlrlol Clrrult ..1PLwida the .Id C.tlfkste leaned was I. the I .. to PiPdo PVpltMllMi for atdark
[. night with the Juniors in oronllwi to how. the prworlr dov Road M >od lor Dodr C.waty M< lon so.8 II.IM Land Ca: :. toipo ttornM l I. Hrord.iHi' wools.
the Ma will ... loU to the klckort 1014! wherein i WAKEN CaSaotdaWudar.uaStall.,91.: Sold OoyUfleptp U- '".
flay night with the Intermediate ooor .. UK Him.dwt In that ronolii IOOM : 110... .HlkiJ lU..<.i) IP
.t the Coto""- Hint REALTY Oil HP I* tto Ptplntlff .... to M Moot, Mop* It Bprtroptelnlnc .
In charge of the program Thethreibinlons I* UK Month oT Sortnntor. !HI. which CORN RXCHANOIC: NATIONAL. HANK a 10 Ace morr a* .Ira IP Door Oopptr. Plortn Ia.wttr6
...._... 1MK Tt WorWi 1>011._ 11 l-
to the Jill 4mr TRUST COMPANY p Nottmol HonktaOorpmtlfip the Camay of Dodo State of Florida. I '
will meet at their separatemeeting Doted this nth "LU.tE'lI: mlE rF./fTIIU.I'F.NN NATIOH. H rMkraood In Onlflrolr Mp. WMItto e ConoHrd.1'.1'_
[ places at 7 clock, call the I. : AL SANK OP PHH.AUFI.VHFA a NHttoool The aa.antat of old pistontr .actor A tto Oly nf MIoMi. lowly of
Clerk of Cleats Coon... iMdt. SMM of
pod CnPJTtll HM onlflrpto wend was IP ttoppmo
'oIl, make up the aecretar, report Ita.. foamy. rtorUbiCInrolt H..Hn rorporolkm Ponoirlrpppl of a W Roprk Tto miPiPipPt Pf add oraorrtT and.-
Court SntllKr COUNTY p : NW ot IICU: ofNWU the Mkl oorttftomr wired IMP hi tho UMwitaTSd
"Ind gather .t the church for the C rpor Hu am to Dofmdponi tkrHRM l4"ofH NRU NV/J4
H JAMES D. C. IP Saks I. TWwmohle d
[program. (July SI. A... T. U SI. S.) toUw soon. IMM D lo rtaprorr. IT aoMP ..., IP but, pop.tolnlnc I rrvllflopU atoll: bet..ndlow r.,.lrop.d]
for Hlo .d will Mil to the kirk.oil ..
will otrrr .
tot died oM l>>' ''-
to A.np hi the u
i iS "' -
The will be as follows:: ,
program pod hex kUdw fw rpok M puklte wit
) A.
the lot doy of SVrantor
NOTICE er ArriirATioM FOE I Counts d -. Was d rbr4. M.Sao OP op
I rlpture reading, Elizabeth Mcll- TAX: tttto IP feast of Ito South door of the OoooiiC I sd In CtrtIf..1oo N.. 14515. 1
heart poll No. lilt ..rt 11'Mor. IP Ito City of Mlotpl Dumb .f mid oml.wthe Sow ( '. ) 1715.
( Too a-.canal
Xwain' Webb Rathferine .. I a"por47 O'hIL LRA'INI AN
hymn, Frances NOTICK M HERESY GIVEN Out Don- Coooty norklo. a* UM Ttk dM of .. .. meld OartNkate ku.ad aw Ie the I 11. .
and Phyllis Bell, Gotdii now New Tklrlm. Adder irf SUM M4 COHIHtf bar, A. D. 1M the Mae Wow Ito Sal as,. d MoM Load Ca.NR,4 limit d Cha0 1.1w.t.
Tom GonlfloiM H... INN humid UM Ilk I nor IP odd _. within UW oral kopnof I d NWIt ., ,114 Ie soaha Dod. Oouptr riorMo.
|Orennell, Dorothy Parker: talk 4or of A...... A. D Ions. ko tiled awn HklwH ...._ the' ham of rlorotkvk Towpoklo M I Itto ....... 5..w H Mat I CI..1t Cart adl
i Mcohol and Its Effects LucllltIf In Mr oMteo. t4 bit mad. poUratloo taro A. II.. and two ,'kale P M. tin, easiness I' A._ non .. 1... I. lit H. 'AIIID. D II
. Mm dead a be $and ttwrmi. RoM Cor- 11-41-tall ..arlbed a..erty ..... hi W. Coo.tr ot Bwto. pea ofM YI.wId., tidy II. A... T. 14. II. S.l
West; piano solo Mrs. Win M Une.a .otbweno tko folkiwlM Johns; reports of the secretaries I pr.o.ey Can Catalog of Dodo, MM offDooo.auMa M fort Line S) oo4 ... WnrkM. The .111011.1.1 ol HM tw.a.rtr oodrrMM
:: _. MkHNvMao of
Miami p Ml- HM OrMflmM" one IP Ito
|af the unions; and hymn, asIsembly Pleads.Lad It hi .E'4 awMLLb., d .... .OPO c......... .......... H Vr plot Mme of Peal R Mhntto.
Everyone invited two ... Tawxhlp II Rap" 4Rod. ttoroof _4.d to I.lot Hook R, M k.* of SK'4 NWU of NWH Ip DR.M.A.BEUGER
i Flee' hank 2. Paw as. awala PUP .1.04.... PpoHr Rooprdi of DUO ::1. IT Row*. R.PMFWido.
fog 55 Aare, wow or 1..., 411CoMStr Connly PkvkU.Nnrtk $5 Nomal..sTiu..lssap I ...... ...
MODERATOR PREACH HCR1B < rtortoo. MX fort tool SI Pod tl, HhrljH ..... In Om Caay .9 lodn" plate me
j TO Tko ..oint of said prooorw o.ilirUio Mtanl. South. p ukH ).Wop of Ml. H OMkrpfOd] rp ConlflnM No.IVTM. Dentist
The Rev U J:. Reid, pastor 0! rld roritflHMo bawd '' '. Ill Ik* IMHMol poll Dodp Oooply PlnrMo, H pee TIM pMMiPirot ot HM. proportypodW
Morcont Cnvoo. plot Itoroaf roiordid Plot Rook a, Ito HM torllflrpto Word WHUPWM
[the First Baptist Church of Lake Unless OHM. rmirMk" okoll *. M imikoovnlliMt < pt POP* l of tto Ppkllr jrord. of I. Na wag d Uwha.w..
[ Worth and moderator of the MI. to provornrrlfc ) Dodo CooxMf. rtorMo.Sold Hid prrtirintoi toll to ..dnp...( 36 N. Krome Avenue
CWnlo will Ratio tko "....... Slider pmporty Mss roW to Hlhfy OnHM _tot to "' .. Ito proprrly doorrIM
[amjl Baptist Association, wig I .I the Cow-how door ** UM flrM Mdor p.,.. tosntor wait basset .o.I ttorotp will to MM to the klckort ball '
|preach in the Homestead Baptis t (o tko _lit of oVpMtor. IOM. wkltkki coro. pi Ito COPTMMPM door .. tto Nn4 .._ I Upstairs
tko it* dor of ...--. low W A. ROTKAK day to Ito mouth of Sopiroitor. 1 loss wall
|Church Sunday morning. Dates thin tit dor of J.l.. 1M. SPECIAL MASTKR IN CHANCU1JftSKPIf h she Too doy of S..Mpik.r. ISM Office Hours 8:30-4:30:
Mr. Reid's place In the Lake 1 B. 8. LCATHFRklANTlrrk : WEINTRAURaucrroa : Paled Ikk rat M. of Jn1. IM4.K. .
of Clravlt Omirt., ; FOR PLAINTIPTAM It. CommitJC '
JS Worth church Sunday mornini I IloiM Cowiiy UnrUU. II. ... Gait 4| Clork; rf %
will be filled by the Homesteac I 'Cl. Hr H JuaM. D C Dodo C-.... PMrido.Own .
,I.nvnaCowsAwair. ,.. Stl Meth Mot My H. JpoMo, D. C B1Friday AJ'l'YIJnlF.NT
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z Page Eight THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, August 21, 1926 .

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e' Vernon, and her grand NINNNNINNNNNINN.NIN/NNNxNNNN1./NIM.NNNNN' Pentecostal Meeting: most inorrsttng pew gnu t
her eon ,
given one day to the
daughter Joyce Walker, returned SOCIAL EVENTSContinued I Goulds Aug. !U.
I who chanced to be there .
IN AND AROUND M a#ay from Miami Beach where the keeper declare, !
.tave been living for the past
A Bmteoeetal camp
! HOMEeSTEADM.NNN.NIN.IINIw..11NN1.NwNNN.NNN..N. month. ) ( From Page Six) be held from Aug. IS to ::.surprising Ex what the nu gnu

UOlenn., Harry Bowen, Ben Goulds on the eamp ground .
.. Miss Amy Home who I I. takinga Setfert, Gordon Hall Harry Hall Gould Pentecostal Church, \
i nurse's training course at Jackson George Wlngate, Mary Jo Close, the Rev. John H. Stroud, i
(Continued From Page Vive) Memorial hospital in Miami Sue Moyt, Johnnie Little, Jeanne tor of that church, and ij
! all of Pittsburgh I'll., visited from I* spending her vacation with her Hall, Tommy Cline, Wanetta and Beuta Clark Strou* alao j
j A.. Wednesday until Saturday with parent at their borne on Klng'i Alerts Koestllne, Marjorie Lewis dlned minister, a* ", \ iI
I :Mr. and Mr*. Albert Hlnman Highway.FLORIDA. 'and llraml McLendon. Other ministers who. will PALM : j I
\ On Sunday Mr. and Mrs, L. R. t. at the camp meeting Incll1<
! : Summerrow of Miami and their CITY EPISCOPAL GROUP CITES Rev. A. N. Trother and th ADS'A 11E
Lee Thomas were guest of (X Smith of Miami
I son Carreependeot R.
of fir. and )Ira. Hinman. Rev. Wm. Skondeen of Key
, I I Nearly fifty attended a benefit
There will be good
r Caw'tent Mr and Mr*.Edward Staling and bunco party given by the YoungPeople'i music," Mid Mr. Stroud, "
Bobby managerS
. 11 II Mn Mabelle Rue attended the Service League of St.tohn' .
S the Homestead branch of the I who have musical .
funeral service for Joseph Mi- Episcopal Church at the
; Kllgore Seed Co., win return today invited to bring them to the
: .
mad in Miami on Saturday. Mr. home of Mr. and Mr* H W.Johnston
I from a business trip to Plant Ing. The public I* urged
: and Mr. Ishmael formerly redd on Au,. 13. Mine Carrie tend.
. City. ed In Florida City Belle and ROM Cave wen the
" hostesses, and Miss Louie Long "I
; Mr Vivian Roger and here Miami at the west end of
and Robert Causeni
; Joe r Doxsee left Sunday for Public Utilities
. daughter, Emilu of Miami spent directed the entertainment. street causeway in Miami i
visit with relative in Mollne
i a
the week with Mr* Roger sister Thursday evening. !
111. Member of the league are *
t : Mr*. E. J. DyaL Mill Nina Dyal o.teat non. 61iMCHASS I
to attend III fish fry given by
Walton DIxon returned Thursday '
returned to Miami with them to
: from an al t-w"k stay in Holy Cross Episcopal Church in READ THE WANT f!
until Monday.
stay Ahoskle. *L. r.. \
;, Mr J. E. Gorman, her I'- !
Private Lewis Aldrich left Saturday -
daughter. MIa Norma.-yred her
for Fort Bragg,1*. C, after a Finn
} r ton, ItCharle "turnedSunday tn North a ten-day?visit here with IUltOa .II! \
from a ftve-weelc-Uj
I florid with relative re\auVII'1 \
It( Mrs. Mable Walkup DATED D d Ripe
Lester, returned Saturday
( Mr*. A. C. Easton 1* serving a*
I Ito Kentland Ind. Baaanas
bookkeeper at the Silver Palm
f ) Citrus Growers Exchange packing Mn. L ronyta fend Mr*. Frances Coffee 1
; house. Anderson spent Tuesday on the
t 1tb.
3 tbs.r
Key .
: Ceo. J:. Reed of Redland and .
r\ his on, R. E.: Reed of Homestead,I Patsy and Betty Ryle of Miami ,
made business trip to Key Largo are visiting at the home of their
Monday and Tuesday j grandmother, Mr B. H. Edward 4c 13c
Mr. and Mn. W. W. Severy SATURDAY SPECIALS
MIa Albertine Davis of Lakeland .
I and daughter, Mildred and War-
li visiting Mill Lucille West.
rene were Sunday guest of Mr.
and Mrs. E. W. Severy
t Earl Smith returned Wednesday They were accompanied by J: A. Pure Gold-Plain or Self Rising
from Uttleville. O*., where he hs IRISH
Severy who remained in Miami

left been thecitizen'visiting relative* military since training be until Wednesday. 6 Ib. bag ......25c e
I camp at Fort Server Ga, a week Inflated Tooth Potatoes Flour 12 Ib. bag ..49c
ago. "Ha she kept her girlish figure
I ____ ?" 24 Ib. bap :::::..:AH

Mr Ceo. W. Turner, Jr., her "Kept it? Man, the has doubled lOlbs.--- r r rr. Z9c
daughter Miss Thelma Turner, I."

k Heinz ULLOOO'S II'1GI. Varkk Early June I

FREE FREEMovies Rice Flakes CORN FLAKES.- .15c PEAS 1

2 pkgs. 23c 11'10... No. 2 can 15c i

FIDDIng's. Phillips :

.... .... 25c I
f Dread and Butter Pork & Beans !
PIckles 15c tall can .. 5c :
Peanut Butter. .. 35c
SATURDAY NITE AUGUST 22nd I White House : Red Chief

Sauce RED TAG No 1% CAN Dog Food
8P.M. 8 P.X .Apple

I No. 2 can .10c Apricots . .. 19c per can ... 5c




20 lb. bag--------1990 lb.. . . . .255 C
Automobile Stunt Driving-Current Events

Leading News, Behind the Scenes of Motor II FIne BONELESS LB Smoked

Car Testing. Cabbage Sausage

lb. .. . 7%c lb. . ... 15cIceberg I I
Lettuce BACON ... .u...

19. lb. ... ... 15c /i

BACON. .. ... 18c :
Lean, Meaty Jewel

Full Theatre Size Films Spare Ribs SMOKED JOWL LB. LARD i

Given By e' 0 .v ., lb. .. ... 18c BACON :. ... . 23c 4lb4 kg. :49c


Bird Chevrolet Co. FARM .

Coc -Cola FRYERS, Ib. ... ...... 35c
Homestead, Fla.

: 6 bottles to carton White Ring S. Rising .

r,RitIt! FREE Ii i I I'i FOR Plus bottle.depo Sit.25c. FLOUR 20 lb. bag... 89C. I IN A C


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