The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00087
 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 28, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00087294:00087
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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1 To See Pension Applicants[FIRST CARLOAD NEW CROP ,I


WORKERS TO I"Fight for Lower Telephone Rates SHIFTEDMONDAYiHOMORE;

Ana Modern System RenewedA

reduction of at least U' per, 'Lion,assoil-a*transportation ays-
I cent in telephone rate charged terns together with a statementof ,
,," ltalatdDistrict kubscrfcen: of the' the sates,now in force In the
I Southern Bell Telephone '& Telegraph BedUml District 19.% Half Holidays Homestead and Goulds

WEDNESDAYCounty Co. 1* requested in a letter The rate*,,quvted,are minimum Now Thinz of Past Houses Picking but
to A. B. Dooley district manager -
charge for wall telephone Desk
Here and in Miami Delay Rolling
of the company, sent by the type telephones, French .tJ'Je.1e-
Redland District Chamber of Commerce phone and any other equipmentwith
.,. -J\gel ;ea I remit<< of nnanimous : least semblance of swxienUty, faraday half-AoUda fee FIGHTS
Payments Slated approval voted at a' membership, ........ own W Hatneatead SMALL SIZE RULING .
or style are charged (or in addition I
for OctoberMAXIMUJTOF i i meettefl Wednesday night .to the basic charge and their employee are ,a ;

J Tha letter also oaks that immediate The wall telephone task rate, tiling of the ml as far as 1934 Would Put Curb; on Biff I
Is concerned. for the flraiThursday
$3b PERI I consideration be given to refunding -, then are a* follow: Fourpartycity in September which Portion of South
MONTH is PROVIDED I!I rural telephone line: :: residence phone ".00 per I
comes next week, will see the Dade Fruit ,
I blown down by storms end to replacing : month; private line residence, $3
stores remaining all day
the antiquated crank type per month; *'four-party business open
persons Over 70 to i In accordance with their *
agreesnent The first car of "new crop
Getl telephone with modern equipmentthat (city), $275 per month, private
Benefits According will automatically signal the; line business (city) ft per month; when the. closing was Florida grapefruit for the 1916-ST
started In
Degree of Needs I operator when the receiver 1* tak-' rural residence (unrestricted party stores May.Miami ata ended shipping season rolled Monday

1 en from the hook. line, $1 per month;; rural bush their Thursday balf-holldaysyeaterday from the Redland packing house
A of the letter to the telephone : nes, 14 month.
Workers from the district boardof copy per of the Silver Palm Cine
company was seat to the This is the second attempt made
social welfare for Dade Count I Florida railroad commission,which within the lust three year by the Drawers Association m Redhtnd.

will com to Homestead and Per- ha jurisdiction over communica- (Continued on Page Four) ,UONS TO CENTER 1'hIhol, lt. a member of the Florida -
, sine Wednesday. S,to
J, Sept receive Citrus Exchange: expected to
\ -''.application from South Dade persons RADIO AMATEUR Police to End Safety :. ;< J SAFETY DRIVE ONBLINDJCORNERS. ship two atom cars before the end
eligible" to federal-state old. Inspection Wednesday 1 of the week
made In
age pensions possible
Florida by agreement of the various OPEMTORSTOBEORGANIZED I ltPd'land'CltrUI' Growers, Homestead
board of county tO lmYidoit.. Motorist who would haw the' Independent co-operative
en to provide ttems In their budget driven' license and safety seal of''I has picking well under way, as has
for matching federal funds HERE the Homestead pottos department Miss Esther Livingston South Florida Grower at Goulds
displayed on their windshield,and which has the contract to pack all
available to the state for pension
for the past several year -- thereby avoid embarrassment and Tens How Schools fruit shipped under the Blue
i The welfare worker will be atBarfkW C. of C. Sponsors Move to tnconveni>>at the had.f local I Mold Character Goose label from that point this
tore In Terrln from ta. Get Quarters for Set officer and those fit other communiiMk year Both house are holdingup
: m.until IS noon and at the municipal : are wanted by fokf: o Resumption of work on clearingthe I packing and shipping pera-
swimming pool building in U. S. Will Furnish H. Sullivan thai the safety WPM-I district of blind corner was lions, hOWever. until the return
decided to be the best of of delegation that went to Lakeland -
Homestead from 1 to 4 p. in Wed, lion period will end next Wednesday mean
nesday. Organization' of I Redland Sept 3, Instead ot on Sept reducing automobile! accident In Wednesday to protest against
Only person. 70 yean af age or District unit of the South Florida 24 a* first announced. the Redland District at a meeting a proposal of the citrus commissionto
older may apply for pensions. Information Radio Association end quarters Two men will be on duty from of the director of the Lion Club restrict shipping tel the larger
that application cards to house a wireless transmittingand 8 to 12 a. ... and from 1 to i p, m. Friday night and at the membership size.
receiving set which will be of the Club The delegation, which was expected -
win require Include: name and ad-, dally through .Wednesday, bow- meeting Tuesday
dress of applle ntfdate on which supplied by the federal govern ever, Instead of the 8 to 10 a. m. night this decision was approvedby back: late last night or early
he or she last came to Florida and ment for use of member in becoming dally period ,scheduled originally, the club and W. I. risk appointed this morning, I* composed of L.. L.
Dade County:: ; In whoM household proficient In tending and receiving No charge Is mad: for the Inspection I I general chairman: with power Chandler, president of Gould
staying; names of two children, U message so that they can testing and windshields I'| to select his own committee Grower, Inc, and member of the)
that many living; flames of two be of aid during storms or other sticker. I| At the same time, the club will'I citrus commission, E. A. Carter
other relatives; birth date and emergencies, will be sought by a investigate ways and means employed I manager of Redland Citrus Growers -
birth place of applicant; date and Redland District Chamber of | by other state in handling Association and Frank B. Rue'
place naturalised if not native born Commerce committee headed by SCHOOL BELLS dangerous corners and will seek grower and fertlilacr manufacturer. -
American; marital status; occupation Joseph DuMond of Silver Palm. the advice of nationally known .
; and disability if any Mr. DuMond. a member of the traffic: and safety research experts Local grapefruit men point out
The maximum pension obtain radio association, and one of the TO RING \VEEKS Also the county commie' that the fruit from this area for
able under the federal-state cooperative amateur radio operator who gave loners will be asked to designate some reason or other has been
pUn it WO t JDOntb111 -' their services on the key after FROM I MONDAY through road and have them to running to small risen for the lest
$ from the federal government the Labor Day hurricane last year, marked.A few years, without any diminution
matched by.III from the elate, or, brought to the attention of theI motion was adopted protesting of Qualify, and that ruling
(Continued on Page Four) I (Continued on Page Eight) e against the "sorry" job of repairing against the smaller sizes would unjustly -
Homestead Faculty List done on Krome; avenue penalize this section.
Nearly Com pleteRland ed" north of the Homestead city line. Another proposal from the eli.
Pool Fund Nets $26 From Lions-notary Has Vacancies Mr.' ttik Mid that be would ap- rut commission: for o "voluntary'
point every member on his blind agreement by>> an shipper lo sub-
1 Diamond Ball; 2nd Game Next Thursday I (Continued on Page Four) (Continued on fag Fight)
School bells for the opening of
the 1938-J7 term will ring InHomestead I
Approximately twenty-six: 'dol- write of three diamond ball game Florida City, Redland I Satarday Named Future Farmer Day
[ benefit of the
I Ian was cleared for the swimming for the swimming I
and the rest of Dade County onSeptember
pool fund last night In the benefit pool fund. > ::
Broadcast Is Slated
! 14,just two week from I As Local Boy's
diamond ball garnet played ton the The Lion and the Rote cut offs : '
next Monday.The
local'field between members of the I :vies with a double play each
Homestead Rotary Club and the the lion making their play In the t u-week* pre-choo residence Saturday ha been declared Future In downtown tore Saturday ta
fcdland District Lions dub and thWinalng and the Rotes, theirs .required last jrear-because Fanner Day tn Homesteadby acquaint the Redland District wKhwhat

f '..between the.Lyons: F.4tl taes..Co.' in tt>*fourth. .... ; of the! prevalence of infantile paralysis Mayor Charles T. Harper who the chapter ha* sccompllshed. -. '
girls', team' from Danla' sod toe ,jBrooker and Campbellhit in' other stakes i* not to .
Homestead girlThe Liam won'' boners
from the Rotes 1.-., and the this R H 1 trek of teachers, and pupil boreal early In the week la honor of trip the chapter took to Kansas
game was stopped by rain In the Rotary ____ 100 700 8 2 4 ward has not begun in earnest yet the four-minute talk Myron Cren- and the return through Dalllv:
tasthalf of the eighth inning with Uon_ tM C0&,14 12 0 That it i* about to begin I* evident Dell of Homestead president of Texas, where the Homestead boy.
one Homestead, player on base and Batteries: Lions.Campbell and from a glance at the 'persons the Florida Association of Future attended the Texan Centennial.Exposition .
*oe out Uudgrea; Hotel,,Cave and Koesttine. on another page of this lame,how- Farmer,win main en the monthly' .
Two DwiU pitcher+ allowed: 11barns'on ever. Future Farmer program of the Na- too. N. Wakefield. adviser of
balls but Homestead R H KDula Completion of the Redland Farm local Farm and Horn hour beginning the local chapter, and John f'ftd.j,
eeuldnt Wt with 'runner* on the 110 024 t 11 II I Life School faculty list await the at IJ-30 p. m. CrenneOl will rick, its president and F. r A,
sack i Homestead. 290 234 P 11 10(>> 2 return of Principal Carl Wagner speak from the studio of the National public peaking champion Of Florid
The Rote and Lion '
" club members) will tangle again bard and Buchanan; Homestead, position that have been made vacant Ington. t>. C. will compete today with champion -
( next: Thursday night on the municipal Merger and Harper and Godwin r on account of resignations, It I II planned to have Future from Georgia and AJ"ballll
. field to the second of their and Sever I I (Continued.on. Page row) .farmer dip/n' in *jdMWVfetfow I for tin regional tHir piotwhifc .


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THE 1..EADIit..mIDIU" Frik y, 1986.
I Florida Cooed I I.. .... A. A. Un..0or. a
city YGSBities Seektks ef QiorchesHere
$120 ,wa y .... VbWals Frtrk" '
,''I'E To Equalize_; Taxes .......... ainsat y .... rdbey
Far New
SPURNS JEWELS I I n. fare. CItp.all .. atr t May Organization j I......."..... J

s .Sara. d.......aaaa rlr....rk mm JIIIIUIC aaeg.nt mad.aaal aea ,,..... molt sIwar's Vaixeitaas ":
VALUED AT $1,000 k rwaaaaw Oepa J. a a eIdIdL aso S.m.daaes at 0. 11..... amNo ... WON" Mt ester,.Red to jot',Legion Post to Sleet
.."taw In m.ae aq aaOarr- .. a. >'.Skd aft as ..apCa.aa -'''' j I i 8 P.3L Next Wednesday ,a

wows or war ,.r a.mOaamb W&ar. ms a. ran Asst a p: ....sa+aper...ds sot W..
:Another Intruder Waidk- der ass aa..e."aa :soft.....is*.A&mom lite aim,jj"r ... .i.rata ge... are stag .1|! The fort .;;;;; lit Mm ato ,

ed by Woman ParaJ'r.ed .- l SiuIIiiIIr- aw mamar a"a saartainnaaWHatpttsaisan.e jl ail MrfftMtoBM as ) _. !I kS&Ws I J'aeC Aawims a.e.- 906 '.

With Frights EP.HESNETDfiSAFTER :, = ; 'b. TAW aowmaat b.l lh< byf '' ...tB( 1M summer a.paaio.,
gar are r via lilt hem lint W
l .nII..i C-Alo f swans, so"A aaa III De3IIorIh6t toMriy at't
od at a aaeatart are .... cat. .. past .. S n a to taw LOOM ban 011
1000 and Heme.eead at..alrs ILLNESS ..'J .....met Stamm. and band- kweaaard HwosAm a..dL !f ''
nmtott. peat 4ntn(.
la end AIn* of Mnmmccd
...... dew Ow sosa... aaebade.rear !., A-c.. Swaps ...ebae.loase as & T.. P ttX Tjow_tov=-r amide r tu week ,
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brtlkd is ........ *. past I'' Bdind was air VOM. art.e tseaaar La' a dat ae a. moron- Tract a. Sue part Sam moda.
tare....at the iaesely or wowvabod. A 'F.-... I: ...." Cbmtlk toe Quiff. I I WON ...-.. ftIo utorndarito erecting 't'
Tae ,
.. ... .: -Was ant -w at
d aL d
a tort a asaae .. era r.da..w atse III bl'lnl j OJOU are as Oise aN Ibfrd Wed.u.
DindIfr -
brae of Mr ml Mm A ... ry f Pte.ysear.a cans ... Yeuc 1--- aa a ara raabr, seater by,o Ow ... .

N N-*. easy Lba.ayand .rc..1, f6aarhe Pwqo .-,.. Salo. 'Ltl.Hoag. .j,Pats ...-.. a1 as sa.eON" -,,, .. .
hft jewels Past MM toi i.... ill .. ..... .... ., .;;: -Qaw.l ... Y-.rJ .- -----.,_
b Witte: few .*** w talk SO "And".maawar sow a bat--1 i.i.i.- ..... Leone .-
: as 4201b. I R, 1k. aaaart was bars-........!p i.Js&" ar.rcat CIIunI 8M ask
The own assn a.mmood W-1 p bb sat o.Ira anti sate aaara I II Business Men Want

:: .... Cat mil t ..... aaodbarnadt .1 .,.,.we et sow Saane 1anssratrr I
eta ..d salsa rear 1-8"ban ells..f 0..ee.1IiIfIRIo.j CHURCH NOTICES t Secretaries andAccountants
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'. .Pees as maasoea at rhea San. sad'abatl. Ol T. XI rna vas
.: .... X Fee! wad t gig s.d-, Ouaewi aaaaawoer d an, Gala If =C> "&tracvAM I .
. tear ass.a1..a she asatard Laws GMVWQ .* ntattMMti.. II IIi. as---. A. Eo Came"we ,
' ? tot knot .4 Ct.Gaia. Sb 'I.n-..... awl to Cknl Cii>Mi of ar Cataf .....t ,
. .s%* 1M Virgo"wasu a Tom ballot to am lie bw0i* M a-d.. 76.oi on saw
: i TMB FiMklntto .( Lens- -. ......\ i
. m i, ata0ape a raft ea ... are ram The demand for oar students Increase
, t aft" were j.ta.d y two am,...... he boa a hone Be wen
Cow air Owegro IIft.eew as L sunk!:a aaeabr tittm i c3mciwa.a co..rder ..i cam.aS S.emn.t'"nor Pbs : daiJ,. Not since '29 hare we been unable to r

, OCCon to..4..taarftac a ban at pass etrf*tnIt;Ltammic d adaeaa.L.Ane. .
bsati w and glosses to erryea.a. ;6..a, ....axe a 41ftd1r.,1M rhwalat I sh-aa.t SRea.Go meet UK demands until now.We .

.,a low apomatAf leas!iAMtatf.Cto. atsbaepe. I ..... ........ b. 1010 fl i
era.v aster mePews was esrasaeL Jfr ECMJT to Mnirctf br his l RAM me HetReps. I implore the people of this: neifUwr- I

!4 wtto M4 ere areas. A B.p- KM* .-.J_-.... 19
The Sawn to ./ Cv b *- my tel somestoa Sol DM M.tte .II ..rM.. w I'M a... t hood to qualify for the places that otherwise

BMM WW 30 mamek bat toa i I Newry d ortIIakr. Seery d states. will fan to outsider j .
sow .< ( twrfy .fa be Ml to
or .....MtoitotoMivd to taa..at be bodwL CW-1 cuuvnax KJI:1CE cmrzctLAMC.
aoaaede waft' kr MM .f air ---.- -- -- ---- wnmm I Take the basic subjects-qualify In a short

w'-do w wow soma ao it Van late Arrested for dancing II | bat.tCote Jas.Lrczrscst time
ecnre lucrative positions and com i
am am mitt.m s son mod*ewaa I Tire M Cement Road>
: 0 go as.peaaed o OIT GOD nendable promotions.
meld ... TM baesb.maai&were Plot swots a ......ode -r ... a-at..bas a.a..a:
MMfeto to pate* .p my wad to __ alp d MM KM t-D 'NAM.W Ulm rsoe : .......err
totna.Mm. I..,.- cttMt..-.c.- ar..eaamThe Yale. III Winaaa Slake jour future secure. We' shall be '
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J r.JfaOUbmHi < KrfIwd ..... .mfc< Mrtk II, we ....., as catawimmnbaat glad to talk jour plans over with you.
await ISa Ttevtby to
i m t how..as Sealo r&r adaesaaar r wae Me ........ a-
sae a was pa .t ng soured air tlbr
: bw.n0aw .... --C .. po+.... OmiUfch J M. & *- art owty C7ra.aa. 01009woo" k Will you be trained as your father. was r I
i i ad saws ttf.0l.at Awl ........one I........ :
I r tu McCtaOMtfv*canes hale i= I i
Irma Parts. Rabe... ... Ie a woke laaeaF Invgot ii
MA SAW was IDe &.Zft ed to
no. Snail 610 10110 nlaraed N e.-l tad ataap aita to .*Mgr ate, Mm[t 0"...... M as acme' i I
na.wal.a .. Dads absurd
sae ;
Irr dw .< Ass .
mom P amEft. .
[jai to soma bad by is i...f flw| COCUfcS FEniCOSiTJU.CBTKOi Homestead
11Ift Sire mode a nei0s asstdaatde.rd Business College
I Polar Sid U KiadMilr ItaBdaylor
ow amt am sassraw c.-a..
Aac. SS brat
Tat stair bar semudm e..1ta.It -
assess low"am war he bad me-I / --..**. seal singing and Second floor Home BuildingA
arkb .Rws ,
; in aa.e a saw a a.-
...... by Doe _doer IM bet ..
. D rubs aM Doe.....
wars 8M.--.. 1 J 'I"IIO ODti'rAs
The bidbOawQa taami$ Danes asw I ....... L .s-. li.memt.d ...a amelir:

sea.. .... .....ea Red- Coca .VM Must >1M Md ftfctr dqsrjaierra.b"amelaswd..k .. Ie-Ag..ai.g scarfs.at .
bad nod mar c.a-.t ran stager.aerie,ef saa..ae.a .
.... to )ril to Owl CkHMty mount ttlalnantn at Tara ah..aadaeaat i
..... Tmodar be opwaiaa So r -n- emu be.. ne Sam I
vMte ndcr few to. ea.a beam, losst..a.etgorm"s I
Roy Chandler Awarded n.- at flow Jaws W" miamted .. --.-. tar UtIIIIob -

: 5-Yead Safety Medal mutt d Xatadde So"" ,.....,. .... ....... I aWean"
atom br CtavtoMt SarHf -I aid& t
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, i Rot L LTnodlee me I'1DrWa oq.1 I Ir : saris rALM METBOWST :

. IIPtIIWnIII .ar.orr Se the rlwwo ... -ratter.. 1 mcktott a
\ Porter are Light 0. to Ow Rodnrtnaottw -'Ito lack, to to tile torn d a Oast
. : j brad Dt.aefat. .........,. ....... .rallMHa* BM a* bt Mr Ctotar Mmto LM< u4 Mmuc rmtac to saw M I e
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t \ a sale drf.ee s mom noon and a' tat ClOd boat "I Cb.niL- I
4: r far htr.sg"dG.1.ga6t.. Ur CkaMOrr .........< jw... l ldy f
haa.a.eK b,. dri.aat art lilt And cranes esmapasow nuT razssTTLtLANAeeg f
.... qpufinrtt for.1, Sol slow am ."ft m d 300.I' M--Mcrate* arrmom a abe
: ( Aft rim wMmil MTV 8ftifJMt.- 1 mUw a j.. durin< ale Rem rnn, ...... I rr00rt.alarabed
.. E Samna CINMtfJl .SarijedetdaA ....! far Mdb to VM cttad. Be how Ori&. DrY CMW I
Won era, tile Jar wtockt been .o.aeeb4 wits Ras ..... bola.d,.... prep w-s- : TWO by four or a carload. Whatever
a fad Jana. I9M. Tte aHiha. OMiM UDc of aa..apeay tar I K* praise" ..... Srr- !
;, sub" IBM IM Mm cm mtf MI;sears lis aaaras =-. i your needs: in lumber or building materials I,
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t tt and supplies, yoaH find mat your

r serriee. Quality materials at lowest,

!e'I' New Stock of Fall Seed economy prices.

f Just Arrived i .all y


We hare a New Stock of Tomato, Pepper. Cabbage and other Vegetable t

Seed for FaQ Planting We also have RedLud Brand Fertilizers for
Every Purpose. Use Bedland Brand for Quality and Quantity I{

! East Coast Fertilizer J I

, W. D. Borne CO. Inc.

Sfanufattarm Redtond Brand Fertilizer '

.: ,. ', FRANK I. SKILL Owner
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Friday August 28, 19813 THE LEADEJl ENTERPRISE ,

Tavern Store Takes August Schedule tee*.. aJJowed two ails and tine Allen West to I j jI
, beset 11ft'Est..w M.... who 1 Revival
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Burton 5-4;Brooker A.... -Home vs. Brooker; started tan jives, walked sari I I
Rotary w. Tavereter.Aug RohMr and tad pitched two balls t!

Defeats Goulds 9-7 JJ- Oould* vs. ria. City: ; to Retort Itokrer when he wa reoff RifftMl services !
the Pint Baptist : I i
' Su ton vs. Tavemler. levedease.
awed kf the Rev
7 Sept,.)-fla City vs. Brooker;
With one nun out ana the snore, A S A. a a two-wee. \ : ,
still tied Tavemter vs. ftdtarr.Sfopl : Pains 1b 4 1 11 I=
in the
lust half of the 1" i i iHte 31 and ending
.': eighth tnnlnf. William Pinder. 4-Gould* vs. Horn; Bur- A.-. ..t.. a.tP I. .I 'I M....... .Y I I tS..li Mr. West who 1 :
Tavern Store ton vs. Rotary.: ..Y..... 4 l' Its I'
pitcher hit
a horn from Stetson :
run to win from Burton'i Department Sept, 7 Home v* Fta. City; .2n. .T': .. .rOw..w : I plans to enter
Rotary: vs. Ts>v rnler. .1sa 1 .... oCI' i
Wednesday: night on the Sept a Ooulds vs. Brooker It" I II 1/:_ I tist Theological
local diamond ball field. 8-4. He ; Nhwerte I" II.IM 'I '
I viBe Ky. .
abo hit two doublet I Burton vt. ItoUry.: .at. o ........If I I I
to lead the he hat been .
a hitting for the night I i -4 -91\ 2441ese l and Newbertjr.

Brooker Lumber Co. won from STANDINGS ......,. .. .. I I' 1.- All the people J
-A" LeaciieTeam ._. ._ . I .- .
Oouldi after that team had scored M are Invited to
Ads. Halo.
four runs In the first Inning. W. U Pet .r=-beeraee..aat =.. baths a representative '

Gould booted away: Its game with Brooker ___ S 0 1.000 :z:= t.wowes t M lms i, wn ::1 church In the 1 ;i

Brooker by committing six mllI Home ___ a 1 .868 at.... I s R.111tse. aft If..... 0 I. I said the Rev. C.
..... IaIaIr ....... -, -,
cue* Gould _. 1 2 .333
Hht.., amab. a....... of the church.
Two hit were all that Burton' Clonlnger __ 0 S .000

could obtain off the twirling of "8" LeafM 6__ ItD5 i I'Pats Ile $ I .I January Car I
Robert, who the first Ir 1 b IIWIttIo4It 4 t ICb..lln
pitched Inning M. Imam
Team W. L, Pet ob
M 1 a Mr'..... a P I In South :
and part of the second, and Burton's .___ I t .800 ....... d 4 I I rahamnrssat :

., Finder who finished, the game, Tavern Store X 3 .500 "'- _a ...,.ell. 1 .ft.....V1 w.d 4. 1 1 1. The automobile .
truck; out seven men and allowed Rotary: __ 1 I -333 '- 1 5a.ub :
even bases on palls tb..o.I- e.. 4 5 1MwW4 A. W. January: _
.... I 1i f 1 urday afternoon
15': 1
--'. sb IToan Ill. eb b All Burton Runs ,.It I 1 I111II. with a light :
111.1"p a.. e I I..IIJI. I I ... P._ I I .
:::= tt : S OR-Wes, t e .. elderly: man on
,WCl..d : 4 : .4 Scored in FifthToBeatRolesGl ii .1 a7 Is Itcl..I.an way In South :
1.1tt1. .t I' ,
Fiala .r., 4 t a
00..11. e 4 P .'Makeer tb I I ... .:_..._:..,.. 4.OiMSMae. 455 11T. reports state
II. .b 1 e 111.11:..... ib I I e speed, and when : I

,1 II a-II.01.It e 5 I I tlD."''Albsy..... .N.If 1 a I 0u. .. I I' ..base hits,,, 'ryaei.111181 .II.III Cerra.' .... .0 Came belle. ed hi desire to p I

.. If. 1 .II "II.III-- I at...... !I. vmmnxnr, a. Una .. m- to the right tide I .
Total M 1 1I| Burton' Department Store scored ala 11 atrwk sad. kr Kanla 1. Clanlaaw 41 driver however
I Total. 1t7 5 :. aff Math1"/ taaliNHI sit <*." I
11_" .. l4 1. .... 4 all Its runs In one big Inning I las I taalM I off ..... I I. t I..- seen the January
, ''f..... ...... less .a -t the fifth Tuesday night to defeat ...., stilt Tw kaat .... ..... .a1 SKanklla la I taalaci vlnla Pat sharply *
Si konw
riaaWl b.. OK lb.oll.l "' .rto 4, riaaw tl et..ak out the B league diamond ball gameon rarer L Bokrar, .".... t. Turaor. Smith :
aabsrhl I. > r.-e : 1.. H. Hokka. The occupants {
I '.. toftiiuni Pla bent -, .......' c......... .. P1.M. W. D. Home Co. swamped Clon- their four
.I .JjKwita. Alkvryi, winning ilttkrriVrfr. lnger Packing Co. 12-6 In. the A PRESIDING ELDER COMESTO field hand, IUft ;; '

CmpMI and 0-.... League. Eight errors by Clonlnger HOMESTEAD TONIGHT cut but no :

arMa .k f e .......* sb e 5 materially contributed to the de- car was |
Hlaar sit a I 18....... It 4 I t feat of that team. Ennls limited
Graham If ) I Dr. C. K. Ylelt of Miami, presiding The elderly
Oixnalai ta I = M : S the Florida City slugger to two learned
s Ik / elder of the district from was not
... .
*Roomai Ik. 4* I I i.>TkamaaO..U.....Ik l i e hits In the six Innings he pitched. Stuart to Key: West, will have off under its
M Kmfcv.
Matkh rf if I'I. .1..11I".11 Wren ,., I a 0 1 meeting of the Homestead Meth- I the crash. I

J"'" i l ThoMu, c........, Land twi'kmkltt. odist Church at S clock tonightIn
-- .! Irapb.B.a.bw. t this.*... I
Total tl T e Tank it t I h.... Brrd ....... UM, O. n.U, the church: Officer of the TOWNSEND I
ClotildaUrookar .. Shmrdl xnrlClM, tn4t<*4 lldoublT :
Brow expected to be present ON NEW
..:.. ,'.' '" :111112: : pl.l ,. Brooks l..--) i Ml
i Two an b. ., H.tse shed a. CI.M rt and all other are Invited, the Rev. New business
....rM,ku....hub....i ,Graham...... ,bassi tbrs, base bits. ,ban..: ball.. Sir_The,.. It..fI I.t= I ; A. A. Koestline pastor, announced.Dr. at Sunday':
... .
Rraskar sat w n t. M L-.d 714.eepires.
, .bar........an out balk .fit .......... .. n.1IoIooJw ... at L.... ..- "' ". 'mil and Mrs. Visit will be dinner stead Townsend !

.Vllt.O. .utll......./ Mines..b.. t. 41..I.....T-.. .....41...._.... IL, I. ,.1'. abmMeTan". a" F"derwhaltime. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Koesttine. King Cooper V'j II

U-"shoo. Campbell sad-0...... -

Homestead League

Loses First Round

F. E. C. Tourney, 6--2 Is Awl

The all-star* of the Homestead I

Diamond Ball League lost to the

all-stars of the Civic League of AT

Miami e-Z In the first round of

the East Coast diamond ball l a.eaa

nlgh.t tournament fa Miami Monday

Brooker Homestead first baseman -

and outstanding player

for the local team, hit a double
and two tW'..tyre 5..b.15yilta .
singles, scored one of the
two run and made a double wb..sw-$7SS

play unassorted.

Deer's twij timely tingle for the

Civic League team drove In three

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. Wood Work

Body Fender Repairs '
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\ \ Published Fridays at Home BT rata I* U BOW UBRABUHLinAar
Stead Fla, by the South Dad 20 Years Ago 7..1 Little

\t fublUhlnf C*. I -
notnu I! dispensable to 'writer, speaker,
y' Hotter. Wad.......... nmeari M PS n I I ITawfer Bird
UN ARCHER .., Editor QI IlUlluhIIIlll111111111I11I111111iillllfll( JI{ 1"rIdaI10 >. ...1 t. m. I teachers student, and" men and

! ..... hl'-II ..... em lab" saw ..Mot**: edit ae .. .i1-Sh .j,. women lend In this P\&bUo.u.book, but. here"We cannot it b Told Usthat
Entered u '. ..* el*** mail t"ON r_ arm of ehN 8_'"d 1
.. for reference The
I s.a.r..wrw.e .1 sets easy expreastore
Matter Starch S, 111, at the poet to tile so" staring lbanneo, The member of the Homestead .arranged\ alphabeticalorder
office at Homestead. Florida under chapter of the Business and Professional are
under subject heading and
UM act of March I, 1I7J.BUB. Aug. M, 1916 Women's Club are interested
( range from Chaucer down to our
: In the study of English and
I -"On Friday evening the 11th. own columnist and congressmen of those who complain ot Wethigher
PRICE. ,I." A TEA this new book of owe, Essentials rate charged for a telephoneon
t Mrs Frank Skill entertained with of English Speech and Literature" today Quoting one of today's favorites
a dinner and evening of musle In -" up and see u* sometime a rural party line with six: or
by Frank H. L.
Vlzetelly. L. IX,
." You will the book In eight other subscribers, may have
honor of Mr Skill' tth aiumlversary should find
Blum of France appeal to them. But It la overlooked
the little one highly valuableand
Cover were laid for reference room.
a book for who wishes to
everyone informative feature this ..
"P emlar Blum of Franc la 8 ; eight The center piece was a know something of tfo English: language For the one who i* Interested In bf service offers. class ..ia

f; New Dealer" write Ludd MSplvey huge bowl of pink roses and fern which we speak and write. 'Tree Lance Writing for theMacazlnea" .
A six course dinner wa served. Here we find the evolution of the : we have the book by e e
Southern CoIlegVl presldent -
r; i The dinner guest were: Judge and! mother tongue, traced from the WIlliam J Shannon who say It li -that Rote-Lion player who wen ;,

t r who I I. touring; Europe. "Thl I Mr*. Samuel Barco of Miami Mr. very beginning t* the present day "a book of help for the guidance of I on the receiving end of the vegetable t'

r. new premier like Roosevelt, has and Mrs. E. R. Kelly of Miami and I It U a Helpful guide to the best the adventurer In magazine and I bouquet thrown by a local t

decided experiment Before Mr and Mrs K Fifeoatriek of literature, almost Indispensable to newspaper free lance writing:* In' medico at the pool benefit fame ",

i't' he wa elected he was far more Redland. Later In the evening the writer and public speaker and his foreword he says: "When last night could not help but re- ."rue,\

" radical than be bat been since he more guest arrived much to the,I also provide the way and mean: knighthood was In flower, a free fleet how wen lilies are suited to

. took office. surprise of Mr. Skill A very f of getting the most out of the dictionary lance wastm of those gay adventurers certain occasions. ,1";

delightful evening followed of music I I Know anything about who after4he crusades wan- * -
:: "Why Is he less radical Became and games Those present the Scientific Alphabet Nona of il ilI dered about ottering hi* servicesto -that letter addressed In one ot
he capitalistic country -
repreienU a of were: Mr. and Mr*. H. us do know much yet, but It seems I the highest bidder The freelance those Believe R or Not fashion\
: : Then, too, the so- Prideaa'i.M.
called radicals who put groups him In office -I .. and Mrs Lee Lehman, ,to be- a great thing and when we faa literature I* just a* muchan found Its destination in Homestead '1..

; represent wide difference *f Mrs. J. D. Redd. Dr. and Mrs. W. know more about It we shall probably advtnture"" but hit weapon, without any: delay. ,

1 to should be done. T. Lanier, Mr. and Mrs Harvey be able to peak and spell the pea,i* mightier than the sword s e e .
.: I opinion at Fitzpatrick, Judge and Mrs. Bar- better than we now do Speakingof This I* not I large volume but -that I modern movie theatre, .

"Some wont him la correct no- co. Mrs. J:. R. Kelly, Mis Tonnage alphabets, the Chinese have no each of the sixteen chapter holds several apartment houses hotel I,

". marous evils of the present system and Mr. and Mrs. Frank SklU. alphabet, but they have about 20,- a kernel of goodness for the writer and "scads" of residences wouldbe .
and retain the fundamental struc -"J. A. Severy has purchased the budding amateur ,
000 syllable character Acquiring or the one under construction in Homestead *
ture. Otter want to toclallje Power home on corner Broadwayand '' who ha arrived. '
working vocabulary must be very already right now if the bond situation .
many of the Industrie Still otb- Palm avenue and expect to : difficult for the American who Lover of Jackson Gregory willwelcome were adjusted to a point where '
:en want to do away with the last move In about the first of the I
goes to China and attempt to this new book on the the foolish, conflsQatory; : tax levies
vestige of the Old way of keeping month "(Florida City) learn to read, writ and speak the rental shelf, "Valley of Adven could be abandoned In favor of {,
want to wipe the
house They -"Mr. and Mrs. W. J Krome and Chinese language The twenty- ture"1 Western, of course the sane mlllagea that would end the

late clean. three children left on the Monday I: six letters and thirty-eight or more story open when Penelope Lorlng taxpayer strike ',i

"Strange M It may item, the ex-: night train to visit their old home :diacritics of the English alphabet arrive at the little town of San

trcmji Socialist. represenf the last In Illinois. Mr* bhmael accompanied prove more" than many of u* can Carlo In New Mexico Just when Mrs. Duncan Said Not :
attitude while the communistswant them for a distance" I master Well, here I la s good book she finds her Job has been filled .'.

to compromise. -Thas. Fuchs, Sr., received a ,for anyone who ever expect to by another when she reaches the Seriously Hurt by Crash t

"Blum la having: to satisfy all telegram last week saying his : make good use of the English language II depth of despair, is stranded, hat I "

theae points of view. While hats brother, whom h* had Just returned spent her hut rnt" -wplt.' than Tom The condition of Mn. R M.. ,,
urging her'wage and shorter from visiting, had passed away" I WI1 tech'. "Dictionary of Simi Mountain\ drifts! In and the story 1 I Dun ..n.hOwa.bei; to'haY

._ __ ___ les' I* another bonk Aid to be In-
hours he still Insist that France nu I really begin, been seriously Injured in an automobile -

stay on the gold standard. This REDLAND F. F. F, accident in which bother

stand 1* bringing him much criti By DwtaM Lair Homestead elementary school- children Anne 18. and Bob, .

cism. Money and food are dear .... L SCHOOL BELLS Mrs. J. O' Wynn Mr*. Mary Webb,I 14 were killed last Friday anetr;,

.'I This mesa the people cannot afford Monday night was the lmlog and Mr*. Edna Bird, departmental noon near Walterboro, S C. was
: to purchase reported to be much Improved In
of this Future Farmer TORING2WEEKSFROM teacher fifth and sixth grades,
year I '
"I talked with one of the leading for our chapter a* September 1 I Mn Hazel Meld, fourth grade; advice received front hospital

merchant: Of Parts, who had JUitret.u.tJlell conclude the state chapter contest Mine Eul Ray, third and fourth,in that city early this Week ,'II j jI

,from Lofidutt. tt* wu aM amseuneanont was made b3' I MONDAYContinued grade; Mrs. Edna Thurman,I Mr and Mrs. Duncan are both

disgusted with conditions In Warren Wood that the secretary second grade Miss France Dor-' well knows to. Homestead where .

France He found England full of and others helping have compiles ( ley third grade; Mn Virginia! Edwards he was city engineer until late In

r \ tourist and business good IU the chapter report of our year's From Page One) first and second grade; 1823. He I* new conauWng engineer -

told me his business was almost activities and submitted It to our transfer and other reemn Mia Mary Jackson, first grade of the state road depart-

nil. and that even the few tourists state advtaet oa'&!IH. The report Except far a librarian,, a music Mrs. Fred Redd hat been placed, most and manages of the Oversea -
I I. France.were not purchasing teacher and an art teacher, the Highway bridge commission
I contains summaries of the chapter la charge of the tuition-supported
faculty list at the Homestead and with headquarter at Key West
"Something must be done before t accomplishment In the various Florida Homestead kindergarten.
City schools
many month,' the merchant said' sections: of our program of work I* complete. Mr*. Nell K. Walker of i According to the Key West Citizen -

'Obviously. Blum occupies a for the past year. Florida City elementary-Mr*. stead, South Dade member information received from Mr.
However I I Patricia Blackburn principal and Home-j I Duncan, who rushed to Walter-
precarioua position. It was decided that we fin an county school board said
believe: he win be given a reason order recently received from a Miss Miriam Burton primary department day that she believe that I boro by plane immediately after

able time la which to experiment buyer ia Chicago for biologicalipecimeni. Both are new teachers stead and Redland will .. I the accident, physician have

Whatever 1* good tar the people which we trust will improve Mrs. Blackburn, the bride ofBernard given an art and a music ". )[ found no critical injuries to the

U the thing\ I am going to do/ our chapter treasury balanc Blackburn, public speak Heretofore the two school "het',1 I back and head of Mrs Duncan, a

. la the Way hgummed up his brief *. Also, we expect to start a ing teacher in Homestead High II shared the service' of a music result feared at first, and are Very
was a teacher in the Coconut
} Interview with Our group chapter museum the coming year, Grove school last Miss teacher and neither school hal had much encouraged

. : "Blum la determined to do something In which project we will have the Burton, the daughter year of Mr. and an art Instructor She added that Mrs. Duncan and the two child-
I co-operation ot Mn RoUlater Florida ren left Key Wilt by auto Wednesday -
He will bring some things Sageof MM Joe Burton of Homestead City also would have
. ; I to pass But willwhat he does I ']forth 'Woodbury, Conn., who ,I. graduated from Miami University was competent art Instruction as Mia of last week to spend the

: please his friends.."" '*' ,recently wrote* Doit J.allour reporter last June.. Burton attended a well known art remainder of the summer In the

-'.- >l: that he,.will aatat us In getting school: for several yean .'North Carolina mountain According
i : started by contributing some Homestead ,High School-L. B.Sommer. The hearing of pupil In the' to reports of eye witnesses -
Pension ApplicationsTo .. principal, Mrs Ruth Mr Duncan who
Interesting and valuable specimens I fiedlatuT District school was
. will b*
\ Scott, _lII'dalaubjeetl; Mrs. C. driving, apparently lost control '
Be Taken Here tested in the course of the coming:,
A Field Mr .
English Qui
; Anita
of the car as it reached the foot of
t With several of our member ; :year with an audiometer purchased .i
to, English and Spanish; Mrs. Margaret a alight hill about two mile from
working it as they nave tot the school
: (Continued: fromPate One) opportunity Becker, history: Frank B. I county system I; Walterboro
r work la astir
progressing several week ago at the suggestan
Lucas, mathematics: D. C. Moo-
In the caw ot Florida at prevent, rfictorily on our new classroom of Mrs. Gibbon, state president
maw, science; Bernard Blackburn,
. from the county of which the applicant and chapter meeting place of the association for the hard-I
C. of
. U reiMent. Averagemonthly public speaking; C. H. Rice, manual C. Renews Fight
Mr Bw Ceara ell, who I* quite of-hearing In. Walker aaid
, pensions will be between training; George K. Wakefield For Low Phone Rates
expert In wbed-worklni and who agriculture: Thee J. Bleler. physical Pupil found to be very hard-of- I _
; $(I and fit according to a recent '
matte a great Dumber ot beautiful education hearing will be medical
. I' announcement by St&te- Welfare ; Miss Kathryn given examination I (Continued From Pep One)
articles/ of native wood, presented Theiaen, physical education, Mrs.Gladys and treatment Teacherswill
Conrad Van
CommlMkkaer Hyning our chapter with a crab-; be chamber of commerce to obtain
Webb, home economic required to seat the hard-
r I In Jacksonville Ha estimated wood gavel which we, all appreciate ofrhearlntf pupils at desks nearest lower phone rate ia this district.
. thnt J.OOO persona la Florida 70 mush Since the first protest, Homestead
very the front of the room where thetteacher's
i years or over would receive payment ., a* to which corners he will workon. I,wa* included 1.. a blanket reduction -
the business session and instruction |
best b
that would rang from 99 I H* said also that Lion Chas can ordered for a whole section of
dlacussiosj at some Item to be Included heard. Students whose
hearing la
i to S3* a _depending on the! Pratt. general chairman of the the state, but the reduction was
ia the program of work tor not more than 25 per cent normal
i Individual need i Redland District Improvement negligible and confined to one
. the coming year, we enjoyed re will be taught Up reading by a
Florida U, the only state participating !.I freshment provided by our t.- Association: blind corner campaign teacher who will be hired exclusively type of service. That it why the
1 .': more then a wouldbe chamber this time ha specifieda
In the federal old-age security Ireshment year ago
committee, composed of for this work by the
program-on I county basis. Walter Wood, Don Lair and John in position W give invaluable board. reduction of "at least 23 per

f This atate's constitution prohibits I Borgardt assistance to him and every mem- The audiometer I II a phonograph cent"
direct appropriation of state fund ber of the committee. Pointing out that although the
It was decided that we win have I' arrangement with attached earphones N
for relief or old age pensions but bench party September 4 IIId.I"n" Mia Esther Livingston of Homestead through which 40 parsons district has grown materially in

! I o proponed constitutional for this were left In I teacher in. the Ponce de r may be tested at the same time .recent year, there has beta no

i. sent to be voted upon in lmend.I' charge of our party committee. Leon school gave a talk on training Using on eat phone at a time, so growth in the list of telephone

brat election next for eiUaenahlp In the echooL that the hearing of each ear cane subscribers of. the Homestead exchange -

, utnorh the 1131 legislature to I She said: I gauged separately the pupU but rather a decrease, the :

provide state fund for title pwpo Lions to Center "We do this by meant gf an extra write down number ube) are letter close a* follows: '!

9 I On Blind Corners 60 minute period once a week dictated from the phonograph "If and wheri you grant our request -

In view of probable'ratification' """- I where each teacher: B.e her oWn fl record With diminishing volume. for Improved telephone ser

of this amendment Mate boIJ'dl l (Continued From Pagt OM) :home room and spends tW. hour 1e writes, until he can no longer vice and reasonable sated; we staid i

of social welfare hag : ahe* 't the l cam1 feminine. with adk man ,* character fculTdinf.* "', !kr1he eHetalon, and the pointat reedy; to cooperate in a campaign
counties to set up budget funds for to be responsible for securing dedications She gave a comprehensive outline which he stop or at which his k* have out people avail them- ,

nine'mo.ttu only beginning with to tour corner Each of Just how the character writing become jbwccurate Indicates selvesTot.modem fteeeaslty I that J

October I, aa34. I,member win be advised In writing building Is attempted. the degree of his deafness: I a* been put within their reach.* .

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Friday, August 28.1936 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare FtvL :

I Mr. and Mrs R. K. Edwards: when 'about too da,..' They Milt Mov week to spend m month In Home- .
they returned last week from a I tomorrow from the Tom liens shad. :
I vacation spent In Crystal River, house on N. E. Ninth street to the .
In and Around Jacksonville and Aahevilte. Mrs.I house oo the eoroitr of Tenth street Mrs. Baealo Banta and her :
I Edwards who is a sister-in-law *f end fCron avenue formerly ec- granddaughter, Mildred Mae Robertson :
R. K Edwards wHI remain Here: eupted by'Mr. and Mrs. Gordon both ttt JroHywtxxIt arrived .
Homestead for I visit but here daughter returned h.,. Sunday for a visit with Mrs. An- :
borne Wednesday.Nina nk Butter. :

Mr and Mrs. R. U Walker returned .....-
Dyal la spending the week Monday after several weeks FLORIDA CITY i
I with M aunt; Mn C. G. Wheat spent in Aberdeen K. C. and ...
,. Dr. H S Wolfe returned Wed. Sullivan, returned Wednesday In Coral Cables. I. Philadelphia where Mr. Walker :i
,M diy night from Benzonia, Mich., from a nine-day tour at' the state underwent a minor operation Mrs. Win. Macomber suffered a
where he spent I month with Mn alight panhtle stroke Friday 1 1I
Mr. Mrs. Joseph Golatts-
.i\ olle and their tour-week old F. O. Bullard returned Saturday morning at her home on Seventh
." O. B. Parker, who has been suffering check of GouMs announce the birth I !
Iron, William Wffiard, at the home from low blood pressure of an eight-pound son, Emit Ray tram South Carolina and left again I __ II
f of Mr*. Wolfe's parents Dr. and for the past two weeks, Is so much on Monday at the Post Graduate yesterday to bring back his wife A silver tee with program games '
|Jotra.Wm.H. WlUard. lorn. Wolfe improved In health that he plans hospital and children. I and musk will be Mid In th*> i
land the baby will arrive ID about a trip to the Keys today. Florida City Community Church I
three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Brenner returned
at 1.M o'chxk this evening mem- t
or. I Miss Ellen Peterson of Miami I .
Mn. D. R. Atkinson of Miami U spending the week with Mr. and Wednesday from Atlanta ben ot the Ladles' Aid announce. i
Mrs Given Victor returned tofllomestead where they had been spending the Refreshments will be served.
P- spending the week with ber sister I Mrs. C. H. Woodbury In Redland
Wednesday night from summer. f :
Mn. E. J. DyaJ
Lou Allen
irtuntoville, Mo. where the spent I Mrs. Alma W. Horton tIN Mrs. Wllbum Reed returned Ronald and Mary
returned left Friday for their home In Washington -
Mr.four and weeks Mn.visiting H. C. Johnston.her parents,I Mr. and Mrs r. A. Ruff returned I to her home in Albuquerque Saturday from Daytona Beach .11 D. C I
|1 Sunday from a wedding trip to I N. M., after spending the where she spent three weeks with .
\, Asheville, N. C, and are now at summer with, son-in-law and relative, Mrs Jennle'Beaty of Miami arrived
r.( Mn. Frank Rue and her sister, home In Miami Beach. Mrs. Ruff 'daughter the Rev. and MrL E. L. i Wednesday for a visit at the
tiirt, Mildred Prindle of Miami, before bar i Nelson. Miss WltaUupbrlu, former I home of Mr. and Mrs Fred Hens
marriage wee Mir
Homestead resident who returnedto I I'da'h
left Saturday to spend two week
Eloise .
Bradley.Mr. and Mn. W. W. Savory and
' Miami Saturday with her mother '
[with friend in Stamford Conn.
Mrs. R. L, Godwin\ returned : t
after a vacation spent In San Htttred and Warren*,
.and Mrs.Herbert Turner are Monday from the Kendall hospital Antonio, Texas, was I visitor tn are spending this week at Miami f
Mr. and Mn. E. E. Altman an- spending this week at Miami where she had been undergoing Homestead Monday. Beach.
nounce tin birth ot an tight-pound Beach. dtagnoala tests for nine days. !
daughter Jacqueline Marlene, at Mrs. Harry Johnson and little
'the Poet Graduate hospital 011llAur. Miss Helen Lehman who .la employed Mn. Virginia Smith and Miss daughter ot Fort My n arrived
S4 MB. Altman returned yeas In Miami is spending her Hattiald of Mlamf spent Monday Wednesday for a visit of several West CoastMULLET
jjlterdsy s : from New Smyrna wherehe vacation at ber home on Avocado with Mr,and Mrs. Jack Polk. days with Mr. Johnson who Is
has been stationed since he became drive. connected with the municipal light
F.: E C. track superintendent Miss Mildred Sims of Grace- plant PWA projects.
recently. They will reside In Mir Nellie Mae Martin U in vUle arrived last week-to spend IQclb.Silver '
Miss WUaoner Ingraham of Vero .
New Smyrna.A. Kendall hospital recovering froman the winter with her uncle and
Beach left Tuesday after spendingten
appendicitis operation performed aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chamb- :
r Arthur and his son, Billy, this week. llss. She will attend Homestead days here With Miss Hazel
will leave Tuesday for Lewes, Md., High School Pcnnington. MulletFor
|where Mrs. Arthur and Mary Miss Helen West who has spent Mn Frank Murlcale of Bay Ml-
f Frances are visiting with Mn. the summer with relatives In Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Smith returned -' nette Ala., and Miss Alta Blair Bait
f Arthur' mother Mn. W. T. At- Daytona Beach and Columbus Ga, Sunday from Tampa where of Mobile and Miss Lanla Blair of
vklns.. From Lewes the Arthun Is expected back early next week. they visited relatives. Perdldo Ala., left yesterday after I 31bs. 25cCHOICE
|win go to New York to visit with Her mother, Mrs. S. U West returned visiting at the homes of their
|Mr. Arthur's brother, James B. last week from Columbus John Whichard of Hattlesburg :uncle; : J.-S. Chambllse.: and their
Arthur, and thence they: will pro- where she visited relatives for a Miss., arrived last week to spent aunt, Mn B. S Stafford, for ten!
coed to Maine where Mr. Arthur month. the winter with his brother-in- .
KwUl look Into, the potato seed sittuition. law and sister, Mr. and Mn. Beve days.M. SNAPPER
Ben Plummer Jr., of Miami, is Webb. F.White is expected to return i
spending his vacation with his Saturday from Warehouse Point, Right off the Key
i Mr. and Mr*. J. R. Brooke and parents in Redland., <'Mr.< and Mn:France; Webb left Cora., where he bae been visiting
.. Mr and Mrs. R. O. Shore spent Sunday to spend two weeks visiting relatives for a month. 15clb.PACETTI'S.

tlast Friday, Saturday and Sunday Mn. C. E. Eby and daughter, friends and relatives in the Mrs Flora Compton's son,Lance
,E?II fishing In Florida Key waten onboard Laverne, ot Covington Ky. an southern part of Georgia and the Compton of Edmond Okla., her
.' the Miss Holsum.. visiting Mn. Eby's parents, Mr. southeastern part of Alabama. granddaughter, Miss Marguerite
and Mrs S. H. Fitch and her r Robinson of Kenosha WI L. and
ulIMtua Wynn and his mother- brothers-in-law and sisters, Mr. Mr. and M-u. Aspley; plan her nephew Willard A. Hlgbee of Phone m-M We Deliver
n-law, Mn. S. W. Smith, left and Mrs A. L. Lanier of Homestead 'to make a trip to Jacksonville this Oklahoma City Okie- arrived last
+ Tuesday for Atlanta. They will and Mr. and Mrs J. B, Pittsof weekend.W. .
turn Monday with Mr. Wynn's South Miami. I _
rife lad baby who had been visit- M. Kohts ot AndenonvlUe
ig With relatives in Lamb-urn,, Mr. and Mn. Hugh Johnston and'amlly Ga., visited In Homestead Tuesday
|S. C., and Atlanta, and his mother, left this week for their home with Mrs. Gurale Joiner and her Tomato SeedBRED
Mr J. G. Wynn: who baa been In Brownsville,Texas.Mn.Johnston son, Burrell former residents of
biting In Atlanta tor the part and children have been visitingMr. Andenonville. Mr. Kohts, who
jften days with her parents, Mr. and Johnston's parents, Mr. and is superintendent of the national
|Mn. A. D. Hardln. Mn. H. W. Johnston, and Mrs. cemetery at Andenonville, has FOR FLORIDA GROWING
Johnston's aunt, Mrs. Clna Stewart been spending a vacation with
Mr. and Mrs Julian H. WebiterRand ,for three months. Mr.Johnston relatives In South Miami. II CONDITIONS

daughter, Alta, are expectedto came a month ago. They
[ return Monday from a vacation spent the week-end Key West Albert Reitz returned yesterday .Kilgore'a Bred-Rite MargiebeKIlgore's :
Itrlp that took them as far north afternoon from a vacation of tea
[as Maine. Mrs. Stanley F Matthews whoreturned days spent with Fred Brantley In Improved Grothen Red :
to her home two weeks WrightoviUe Ga. Globe I
Mn. E. A. Ennls has been ago after a two-week stay In toe Glovel
[seriously 111 this week. but her hosplUT at Kendall is reported to Mr. and Mn.H. P. McDantel and .KHgore's Improved
[condition Is reported to be better be suffering from a nervous son Pierre, returned Saturday Pritchard or Scarlet Topper
fet present. lapse. from Dublin, Ga. Mrs. McOmlel
.And all other well known varieties.
who visited in Lavonla as well as

j Mrs T. E.: Kirby and her two Mn.tl. D. Edwards of Jacksonville In Dublin was gone six weeks. FOR BEST RESULTS PLANT'
.[sons, Everett: and. Howard. win and her daughter, Miss Mary Pierre was in Dublin about two
[return today from a vacation spent Frances Edwards, accompanied weeks and Mr. McDaniel was there Kilgore's Bred Rite Seeds
,[with relatives in Colquitt and I .
\,[other points in Georgia. They will I
[be accompanied by""" Kirby's
Fertilizer Crete Material Insecticides
[slater. Miss Naomi Batts, who will Scminole Hotel: -
{again spend the winter and spring FeedKILGORE
with the Klrbys.
DtttlrtG ROOM
K M. Cook Sr, former resident

.. [of Homestead and H. L. Camp of SEED jCO.
[Moreland Ga, arrived Wednesday THE BEST OF HOME COOKING AND

.,'Ii Flo:> spend several days fishing in PLENTY OF IT- SERVED FAMILY STYLE Homestead, Fla.
j,nearby waters.
TeL 63 Free Delivery

,. Mr. and Mrs Ovid Sullivan and Mrs. Gussie Joiner Proprietor

I Mr. Sullivan's mother, :Mrs. Homer


Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick MUKCKTON HA.reetable .

Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal Ktoetrte: and Acetylene WekOaur en CyHnde Steaks.

36 N., Krome Avenue Conservatory of Leipzig Cylinder Heads Aluminum Castings and Deflstf.AtttooMUve .

Upstairs )Iae..... a..Jrtn-Ca&erI to garacea ta avaiabearing
Peering and allgsteA reaming connecting red peiarfatg:
11 t[ Office Hours 8:304:30OPEN PIANOFORTE AND THEORY and boring and cylinder berta&

j KTKMNOSn : Redland Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422 EXPERT WORKMANSHIP, GUARANTEED
f ArToixnocvr

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Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, August 28. 1936 ."

MISS ELLEN NYBERQ tos MM. Jb Doxve1. ..... Cbarta. DANCE 19 GIVEN

I WEDS MIAMI MAN Clinton Mr.*. J. W. Miller Mr*. Os FOR LAWTON SWAN

Min Ellen Nyberg, who servedas car Cloninger Mn J. H. Dixon Mn Otto Bornecker gave a

III' Social EventsMISS 1 I muaic Instructor for the Homestead Mn Qto Sonnlchsen, Mn A. B. dance Wednesday night In honor '.

and Redland schools the Langham,, Mrs. Herbert Turner of of Lawton Swan of St Petersburg;

past two years was married Fridayto Homestead, Mrs Fred Henn. Mn who is visiting Mn. Beyiecker's -

George Stolnoff of Miami in the Velma Daaxy, Mn Roy Chandler, brother, Dale Henderson in
parsonage of the First Lutheran Mn Jennie Btoly of Miami, Milo PrInceton. The boy are room

DOROTHY BPANNAN MRS ADA SIMS WED Church by the Rev. T. Conrod. Pearl Whltaker of Homestead.Miss mates at Riverside Military Acad-

IS BRIDE OF ELBLftT SAULS J. M. HAYDEN IN DANIA The following account of the Eunice Walkup Miss Mosely emy at Oalnsvilte, Oa. Mr*. K. W.

Mm Dorothy Louis Brannan of I J.-ll Hayden of Homestead and wedding to reprinted from the Miami Se..,, JoaifDoxaee, Catherine, Swan, Lawtonl grandmother, aocompanled

Homestead and Elbert Louis Saul Mrs Ada Simi of Gracevtlle Fla., Daily New: Rohrer lAvon Thompson, Shirley him to Princeton where

of South Miami were married were married Saturday morning "The marriage: of Miss Ellen Ny Dean Dome and Wayne Lang- they are guest of Dal*'* mother,

Tuesday afternoon by Judge Boyd In Danla Mrs Sims ls a sister of berg, daughter of Mn Richard ham. Mn C. N. Henderson.

H Anderson of Ft. Lauderdale it' Mrs J. S. ChambliM and she Has I Swanson of Danla, to George Gifts were sent by: Mn. Lloyd Among those present were Miss

the Broward County courthouM been visiting at the ChambliM Stolnoff of Stanford, took place Delta,, Mn Paul Haley Mn W Iva Dyal Miss Robert Hall, Miss

t, Mr mid Mri Richard H Cain of home for the past seven months Friday In the parsonage: of the W. Severy Mn Jack Branch of Emily Payne, Mist Nina Pearl I

} South Miami were the attendants. MrHaydcn Is a farmer They First Lutheran Church with the Homestead Mrs. Bruce Thompson Bush Miss Marguerite Murphy, ,

t The bride wore a green crap are living at their home an East Rev. T. Conrad officiating. Mrs Blanche Chapman Miss Nel-' Jo Huau, Carl Deden Marvin

sports drew with yellow accessories Mowry street.SURPRISE "The bride wore a white sport lie flooding and Walton Dixon Pritchard, John Walton, Arthur

and Mr, Cain wore a blue ensemble with corsage of sweetheart Fogle, Jack Oatlln and Billy

crepe drcNi with white acccfiorlet rose. She was attended by REVOLUTION IN SPAIN Arthur.
p. Mrs Suuls daughter of Mr. and SHOWER: 14 GIVEN her altter. Mrs William Y Adler. 19 REVIEWED FOR CLUB

; Mm I lfciannan. hat lived here< FOR MRS. JOHNNY: BECKER a* matron of honor. Mn Bertha Edward reviewedthe GIRLS CLASS ENTERTAINEDAT

( for the past 14 year and was A surprise shower for Mrs "The bride attended Brenau college course of the revolution In PICNIC SUPPER

graduated from Homestead High I Johnny Becker was given by Mrs. and wa graduated from FlorIda Spain lor.m.mbel'l of the Home Mia Antoinette Moye teacherof
Wm. J McCollough of Redland
School I this spring | State College for Women. She stead Business and ProtealonalWomen' the Intermediate girl*' class of

The bridegroom la a IOn of Mm I and Mrs Clyde Nell yesterday 1* a member of Beta Phi Alpha Club at the home of Mr*. Homestead Methodist Sunday

7, B. D Bryant of South Miami. He afternoon at the home of Mr*. McCollough's Alumnae club of South FlorIda. L. L. Bow Monday evening, and School, entertained members of the

a WM graduated from Ponce de Leon parents, Mr. and Mrs She has been a popular member told the political affiliation of class at a picnic supper on the

High School In 1828, and It now John r. Rohrer In Florida City of Danla'i younger contingent the different Spanish faction church lawn Tuesday evening.

i employed at Bryanfi corner in Cake and punch were served on "Mr Stolnoff attended Florida Mn Wm. E. Myers paved the Present were: Mildred and Margaret

South Miami where they will make the lawn. Military academy and Oglethorpe way for Mr*. Edward' talk by Field Edwina nose, Lillian
Those invited were: Mr*. Edward university. He I Ii employed in Miami
their home. giving a sweeping picture of the and Edith Booth Betty Jane Mey-
Stlllng Mrs. A. B. Longhorn, Mrs.
where the young couple will
topography climate Industriesand bem and Wanetta Koestllnc.
Bud Nelson, Mrs. Joseph Rusted, '
MISS ETHEL MAE: PETERSON Mrs. Maude Whitehead, Mrs. Ru- reside. cities of Spain and a brief account ]
dolph Mattson, Mrs. Jack Branch,
Announcement was made last Mr. R. HOUSE WARMING IS GIVEN Reports of the ten-state confer READ ORIGINAL WORKSThe
Mattson. Mrs. J. W. Caves,
week of the marriage of MIA Ethel Mrs. Frank Stalling Mrs. L. R. FOR: MRS. BURLEY DENDYA ence held in Miami last week will Chaucer Guild member
Mae Peterson be mad at the next two meeting read original composition at a
daughter of the Becker, Mrs. J. W. Miller, Mrs.Oscar surprise shower and housewarming i
Rev. and MM. Noah Peterson of were given for Mrs. Burley of the Homestead club by Mr*. meeting held Sunday afternoon
Homestead, to Edgar Drlggen Df omber Clonlnger Mrs. R., Mrs. W. E Mac- Dendy by Mines Elizabeth and Myen, Mn. B. L. Bigger and the home of Mr. L. L. Bow. Mrs
W. Mullins .
Mr* Mrs. Ben Archer who attended the S. L. Dickinson read four poems,
Cross City on August t at the Bruce Melba Sever Friday afternoon at :
Thompson, Mrs. Paul Haley conference two and Mn. Wm. "Chine Song", "Widow1 Walk".
Peterson summer home In Cross loin Harold the Dendy home on Palm avenueIn day
CItThe ceremony was per Dandy, Mrs. E. E., Mrs Atkinson Burley Florida City. Cake and punch M. Johns, and Misses Lucille and I "Wild Earth" and "Amelia"; Mn.
Inez Bevis who attended 1 one Wm. M. John read "Silver Haired
formed by the Rev L. A. Webb a Mrs. Root Atkinson were served. }
cousin of the bride. In the presence Caves, Mr*. Vercoe. Mr* J. S. I The guests Included: Mrs. Johnny day. I Lady"; Mn Bow read "Dusk" and

of members of both families Mrs. Becker Mrs. Rudolph Mattson, "High Se.."; and Mrs Abble M.
The bride WON a brown figured: M. Sonnlchsen Roy Chandler, Mrs. Geo. I Mrs. J W. MaudWhitehevd MRS. GEO. A. WEST IS Gross read "Friendship" and "Just
Mrs Clyde Simpson Vjol'I.
cream sports dress and white accessories I DORCAS CLASS HOSTESS.Mrs. a Shell".
Mrs. Wm E.
M. Dobbin. Mrs Myers, Mrs. Jaa. Mr*. Leo Rohrer, Mn. tUCY Clin- Ceo. A. West entertained Joseph Gauzens read the first
she Is the eldest daughter of Mr Leo B. F Collier, members of the Dorcas Class at chapter of a book he ha ,started
Mr and Mrs Petterson and last Rohrer. Mrs. Robert M".MM"MI" her home Thursday afternoon. "Architectural Keg", Mrs. A. C.
Griesbach, Mr .
yew completed the tenth gradein M. Sllverman. The Calendar Mn B. F. Collier offered prayer Eastern read part of a short story,
Mrs. L E.
Homestead. High School. rorayth, Mrs. Chas.Becker and Mn West gave the devotional Philanthropist", and two poem.Phantom" .,
: Mrs Fred
Henn, Mrs. Rey- During the social hour ice and "Lullaby".
Mr. Chiggers U a son of Mrs nold Shore, Mrs. J. H. Dixon, Mrs Au,. 28-Silver tea with program '
and cookies served.
Tom Drlggen: of Crocs City. H.aU..nded B. a Edward, Mrs. Joe Doxsee, game and music at Florida Were
Present beside those named Mr. and Mn. J. T; McCuUough
City schools'
Mrs. Cha. Clinton City Community Church at 7:30.:
were Mrs.. H. Collier Mrs. T. T. entertained at dinner Sunday:
and Is
now employed In Dixie
Kennedy, Mr Au, Jl-Called meeting of Ju-
Anderson, Mr .
County road construction work. Bowen, Mrs. C T. Harper Mn Mrs Howard Robinson of Miami,
Lucy Clinton nior Woman' Club of Homestead
Thc\ will live In Cross City. Mrs. Gotch Kufeldt C. E. Saunders and Mn. A. D her daughterImogene and son
Sirs. In clubhouse at I m.
George E. Deuel, Mrs. S. S. p. Smith. (Continued on Page Seven)
Shields, Mrs W. W. Severy, Mrs Sept 1-W. M. S. meeting to

HILLARD-MARTtN Rohrer Mrs. J. F. McCollough, Homestead Methodist Church
MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEDMini Mrs. Fritz Shroeder Mrs. Sept. 2-W. M. U. circle meet-
A. a
Ethel Martin of Homestead
Chapman, Mrs. S. T. Corday Mrs. ings.
and LOB HUllard,of Jfaranja were R. E. Scott, Mr Mabel Sept. Redland Future Farmer
married by Boyd It Anderson of Mn Rohrer, Walkup. beach party.

Foil Lauderdale at his home Sun- Misses Roselyn, Isabella and Sept. Anniversary supper at Just One More WeekAugust

do) afternoon The bride's. mother Mary Becker Miss Alice Macomb- I First Baptist Church. ....... ......... .
\11'1. Ellen Martin, the bride- Or, Miss Annabel Lochrie I Sept. -W. M. U. meeting in
groom's mother, Mrs. MargaretHilliard ;Ingeborg[ Mattson Misses Elizabeth First Baptist Church. of the
his brother, Leo HUllard, Moeely Jeanette and Melba Sept. U-Open meeting of ..4 w -___
and J. D Conner attended the Sever, Miss Nellie Goodntg, Miss Homestead Business and Professional --.ca.
MI emony.Mrs. Women's Club at home of
Walkup and Miss
HUllard I is an only daughter Gord.y, Mrs. L. L. Bow. Factory-to-You Sale

She attended the Homestead Sept 15-W. M S. circle meeting

schools Mr. Millard la a ion of J B. HU I 0. .. S. CHAPTERS TO HONOR Sept*. Homestead Home and Great Nation-Wide ContestAvail

bard He attended the Redland ROBERT MORRIS MONDAYAd Demonstration Club meeting. at
schools and la now employed in Astra Chapter and Naranja 11:30: a. m.
South Miami ; Chapter of the O. E. S. will each Sept. 17-Redland Home Demonstration -I yourselves of the outstanding values

For the present, the young couple furnish two number on a program: Club meeting at 1:30
offered at this sale.
wilt make their home with Mr. to be held in Bayfront Park In p. m.

Hilllard'a mother In Naranja Miami Monday evening: at I o'clock Sept n Chaucer Guild meeting -

i in honor of Robert. Morris" founderof at home of Mrs. t. U Bow.
1 JUNIOR CLUB TO HOLD the order. One full pint of Mi,31 Solutionand

SPECIAL MEETING MONDAYA All chapter In the district will
special meeting 0} the Junior take port Everyone is invited to your choice'of one of-the following:

Woman's Club of attend.
Homestead hatbeen lie Foreleg Aspirin '
called for Monday eveningby ,
Miss Eleanor: Payne, Vice-pres : M Orderlies

Ideal and acting president .Fall Pint Milk of Magnesia

I Plans for a Labor Day dance fe\ CARE I Pint Ribbing Alcohol
Will probably made at that time. '
1 Big Tabe MI-!! Shaving Cream

Mr. and Mr*.LB. Danzey were )1 : Milk of Magnesia Tooth Paste
hosts ,t a spaghetti: supper at the -f1 and BeautyTrue th genuine

Homestead Country Club Monday Both
i night Cover were laid for Mr. beauty demandsthe EUGENE Permanent for . . . 59c
and Mrs. L. T. Proctor and Mrs. best of car at all

O. L Sander of Cordele. Ga. the! time Whether :you ,Sh.-11II11.. _abua&

}! honor guests, Mr and Mr> JohnL wish a wave a facial, ins/laving curls-dui'i the
Scarborough and Mr end Mrs. a manicure, or any of kind.(s ptraunnu rou.....' Call for your entry blankYou
D.ny the other essential aid Wad than the Ibid we give

1 to beauty, you'll find Jut ,... do twiat t....... may win a Chevrolet or one of the

the skilled operator atPat' i.waving. wish gtmiiae EuteaeSachets. 792 other prizes offered
Beauty Parlor
Let M "dmi* rout
ready to serve you bale lor I
U season, wide a.-
quickly at any time. vial wtduhiions and. B>ttv

EKE i Cre.vlrnole. Spiral and lag fase-.....astk JL'rBush's

I I PERMANENT Combination WAVES Barber Shop The: Dixie i : Drug 1

Prices $5, $6, $7 I
& Beauty Parrot "Your Rexall Store

of Italnlt.Noramis Drive lead West .PAT'SBEAUTY PARLOR Met UUle Brow. Operator Save With Safety la j l li

P1e.e tIS-R; Ben BU.. ..
I 1L... ... mill '- .
I IPate
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August 28. 1936 TIE ENTERPRISE Pate Seven

Former Resident Dies SHOW POSTPONEDThe I .-

MMANDSIENTS I In Staten Island, N. Y. Bird Chevrolet moving picture Co. was show to which have CLASSIFIED ADS

TOBESUBJECTOF I presented In Its used car lot Sat- I II
I :
I Redland friends this week learned urday night could not be held because -

of the death of Mrs J. A. Com- of rain It will be ,presented RATE: First insertion 10* a line subsequent insertions

SERMON SERIES fort who with Mr. Comfort spent later in the year. Jas. L -Bird I 5* a line

several winters at their grove borne secretary of the company. said

on Comfort drive which was burn- I
of tM Ten Command- I yesterdayGROVE. GUAVA JUICE tl per gallon
'The study I FOR RENT
ed down about six years ago After
"nt| la not only extremely: Inter- I Jungle Grove. Redland.
their home was burned they spent I

g but also extremely proflt- I the winters In Miami but made TOMATO farming land JO acres FOR SALE Guavas, $1 .00 per

bit, said the Rev A. A. Koesttlne, frequent visits in Redland. deep scarified pine land SO acres bushel Jungle Grove RedllUld.I .

tor of the Homestead Metho- Mrs Comfort died suddenly at glade land on Campbell st I

Church announcing, that her home In Staten Island, N. Y., THEATRE I Close In. a B. Parker. a28-all I FRYERS Live or dressed. Free!

Sunday morning he win preach COCONUT 9ROVRShows delivery In city Phone MS-M
two weeks
ago. FOR RENT-Scarified land a ml.
tint of a series of ten sermons McEwen Poultry Plant.
Commandments T and t A.mbaiw.lSdMatinee east of Homestead Mrs. C. N.HenderlOn .
1m the Ten I Sat and SUB t"
Ten Commandment are Funeral Services Held MISCELLANEOUSPIANO
S to d..
surpassed only by the Sermon on I For John Calvin Tims! m. DUPLEX apt. for rent-4 rooms TUNING an r repairing

U. Mount which Is, In part atka.t SUN. MON. and sleeping porch modern conveniences Good used piano for sale cheap,

an interpretation of them I Funeral services for John Calvin WILL ROGERS Mrs. Eva Collins Biscayne W. E. Koon. US N. W }rd St

laid Tints who died at his home Mon- Drive and Federal hwy.

..'"They have been subjected tothe I i day after a short Illness were held JANET GAYNOR (a U 11) REAL ESTATEREAL

moat searching Scrutiny; they Wednesday afternoon at Turner IN
have been placed under the wildest I FOR RENT-8 houses furnished, ESTATE-Ttiose who want
"State Fair"TUB.
Funeral Home. The Rev. A. A.
interpretations: they have been I $35 and $20 L. O. Hall\, 118 N. W. to buy or sell Redland District
Koestllne, pastor of the Homestead '
1M subject of much literature and I 14th St.. Homestead (a 14. SI) real estate will find up-to-date
Methodist Church conducted WED.
deal of listings In our office Many of
freat poetry.
i the funeral service Interment was DIXIE DUNBAR GOOD second story, cool well\
'.The Ten Commandments are I these listings are still at tnib-
In Palm Cemetery at Naranja furnished apartment. Rent reasonable
fghtly called 'the moral law'. They IN normal prices. We shall appreciate
Mr. Time, who was (8 years of Ask at Western Union.Jy .
era the laws of Cod, a Clod of law. either your inquiries of
age was a retired ship carpenter ( 10 tf)
While they deal chiefly with laws your listings, all of which will
He and Mrs Tims came to Homestead -
of action, they deal also with law about five from Father" FOR RENT-4-roon house, twoscreened have our best attention. Now II
years ago the time to buy. B. W. ,
of thought and emotion. Instead porches, running water Moiyls
Memphis Tenn.
conscience which fruit trees for now associated with If. A. Cameron
the garage,
of binding THUS. FBI ,
He It survived his Mrs
by wife
N. W. 1st St.. In Citizens
supposition these couple Apply W. W. Severy, ,
.d a popular ,
commandments REAL.LIBERTY Lettte E. Time a son, W. C. Time BANCROFT Redd Dry Cleaners. Bank BId' Phone 7 J.
secure -
of Savannah and one grandchild VICTOR JORY"Nell .n
that or
The pall bearers were: H. C. IN FOR SALE IIELPWANTEDWANTEDRepresentative
to them be
can rightly
Reid, P. B. Bird, A. E. Cr-ipbell.j .

Imposed! on the ,conscience. A. O. Cain M. Kellum and Chas. Ship MANGO CHUTNEY So an ox. or to took

'The Ten Commandments were Hammond. J5c I pint Jungle Grove. after our magazine subaulptlon .

given that they might awaken 1 MorganSATIKUAT Interest In Homestead and vicinity .

faith In the mightiness of God; LAGER Memorial Park. Our plan enables YOU to

that the people might understand Local M. E. League Wins I J>t Joseph's Memorial Park secure I good part of the hundreds

something of the authority of God; Attendance Cup in Miami : Flagler St. at 3rd Ave., Miami of dollars spent In this

that a basis Of certainty might "Two in Revolt"WITH For plats, Information and appointment vicinity each fall and winter for

be given to moral truth; that the I Mrs A. H. Lawrence. magaxincs Oldest agency inU
The Senior League of the Homestead -
Qthorlty of conscience might be Methodist Church won the box: 515, Homestead (pa 27)) S. Guaranteed lowest rates
lengthened: that a man might be I' on all periodicals, domestic and
attendance cup at a quarterly CARISSAS lOc qt CUTTINGSand
aware of the of God who JOHN ARLEDGENOTICE
power .'
foreign. Instructions and union meeting In Miami at the I SMALL PLANTS for sale
thus declared the compass Of that I' ment free Start a growing nnd
Floral Park Methodist Church
on Mrs. Geo. W. Koscl, Jungle
m s obligation. I In whole I !
or APPLICATION ro.TA' permanent business or
Au,. 20. 1 ( Ditto Grove Redland road and Plummet -
nly on the surface have con- time. Address MOORE-
1 spare
Twenty-four attended from al NOTICE m HFRKHY GIVEN that diive
Itions changed, since that day on A. Towline K. ah..".. holds .. aa farni of I COTTRELL, Inc. Wayland road,
Homestead: the Rev. and Mrs I
City if Miami Ti Coittflrala NuaiterrdMM '
1St Sinai The human, natural I N. Y.
A. Koestllne Mr. and Mrs. J. E.I datad the Itk day of Jaaa A. lItM >, LEGAL NOTICES North Cohocton
heart of man Is fundamentally the ban filed uM Cartlfleata la ay at.
Close, Muses Antoinette and Helen tic. and hM nuda application for U '
same as It was when the voice of NOTICE OF APPI
deed to .lain tterao la NOTICE
Moye. Misses Helen and Grace aoaardalKa What IIKKUNoUrr
od shook themountain.. Clear law S' lil Certificate anbrMra tax tnlInwlnr MOTICST If BKHKHV GIVE that I I .
,I. ......., mine that 1.111. 1r.ur
Field Miss Mary Bradley. Miss Oooraa Matotelt wka _....... la tkrCrhnlail .
Linking brings one'to the conclusion doicrllml/ property. IrMalrd I. was koldar. .. "torn* ot r:Evmrtad D.!...,'.
... Court ot Dude Cauaty Florida,
Dad Coanty Florida lit
w ... ...l
Miriam Scott, Miss Ruth Tower Matrht Ta Oort"loolo ill.l ldatrd .
that the Ten Commandments Lot 7t Wkitei hdlvtolui. of train al Law Miami tern Ikoraaf A. D. 1M4, of'! Ird at A._,. A l>. IM.
Ite day
Miss Effie Booth. Miss Nella Souls City, Corr rt d' Plat I Book Ut Pan the offanna of breaking mad .ntarlnc and who Cartlftrata la irff'.. and
in in force. They have not tl, la the. City of Miami. County of assessed Iterafor M these man will apply I kai flM ml .
Sims Miss for drrd l '
Mildred Marybelle I tax I n
Miss kai nada application
beat abrogated because Cod has Uad. Blair ol Florida" for elnnrnry ta tea state Board of I ardoai .
Mist Na- Tli of aaM Tallahaaara '........ Ik.raan la arnrdano with law kVM3rUflcala
Glbbs Miss Leola Little property andrr II Its nrltyrffultr ..._ fuHawIrr *-H.
not been abrogated. lea .-K:.:. the
award In the starting'
wat Maw
omi Davis Miss Martha Close, L. '"f Unknawa. OEO. MATCHETT M proparty, ....-.. III lode -unty rkda -
Invitation Is extended to all ,
Booth Kermit U.I_ MM rartlfkata. ih.ll ka radaimad.onrdlni IAp911easL 1 1Aver. ta-wlt
L. Field James .
attend these. services. k> law. t.. too: rlll hunts u.tIoo .- ( IS. *opt, 41 Lot I, Him* M And Plat f I*
I Glbbs, Gene Hunt and Donald Mc- .. .s M day of .._..... A. I). I, Tropka, Pat ....... I*. ,law 17Injjw .
Caste at t1 odor, Slav of
Kay 113. NOTICE Or APPLICATION ran TAX \:\ :
DOW) this Mill. day of July A. D IMt, I ..
ulds Pentecostal I E. B. LEATHESMAN 4)KRD44.0a TW..rm.wt at aM property undut

....-?rawwmsmsmxam-.rwamaws. Clerk. d e........ court Bin Na. 1(1)Nolle ', the aM CarUfwau grad wa. In Our .an*
Camp Meeting Begins Dada C... rltrl.a.iCiraua b Horoby Ul-ra Mat Man.Msoil A O. l jof M.... and. WorHlarr Under ..t.I IWbal o-
CLUB wider of HUM and taaatr TaOartHkiaw .
I 4-11 SUl\1l\IER Court lbo.llpy < ..11 .. Mdoiaird Mauritian 1.r sew,
,' \ H JANE, D. O. .... IUTI Owned Law tat day of u. Add will bra Arms ...> Uw talk day
Tonight a ten-day camp meeting' By Jails Frances Sullivan (July II. Aiu 1. 14. SI, SI) Aaml. A. D. 1M7 has flied ass I. air I of Ip" her. A. D. ItM.Uatad .

Win open In the Goulds Pentecos- ...........-.-..-.--..- NOTICE OP APPI.lOATION FOB office dad I.*sod ka le ka....made. tkrrooa appllntloa. SaM. CortlflaataombraoM fur a' toi I Mill nth E.day B.ol UFAIHKHklANtlarii Aiururt A. O I....,..

W' open air tabernacle which IsItuated. The 4-H Club met Tuesday afternoon TAX: DEED the foDowlnv 4Mrrlte4 pnwiartyla. I of OlraaH Caarl. IHM. lenityICIrnK .
In a ten acre wooded I...... Hill No. HIV the Coanty af Dad. SUM 'f Dorld.towMi .. Coart ..." ",.'....
In the clubroom with Miss NOTICE III HERMIT GIVEN that O Hy N C ah:reo4. D OI

camping ground; Fanny t Norton and her assistants, II 1'....... .......... of Slate sod County Tax Ix< a flat stork :' Franklin Suk. : I I 4... rat aVat 4. II. II, Ml".
C.rN/katw N., 91153 Bow RW S raa M, la
96959. U". 39799,
Special speakers will Include Mrs. Murphy Mrs Brown, and 80796 and 1119. banned' the Tab day of AmFeat. eao." W Duds, Slaw ,........ NOTICE (IP SPECIAL .un II'" SALE
ivangellsts: John and Beula Clark A D. !.>.. Ml fold Mlle IIIofrlfo owlet
Geraldine Myres, present from the my I.J"4."r.:; : Oi. I I N/1T1CC IS Ht-KHIY IIIVKN tkal tMandrnliiwd
and ban mod. for naawaft
a.ta )
Hlroud of Indianapolis and Chicago .._ Spoclal Martrr .ad kyrlrtw
tsok. ::
Miami office. < deed I* ka k Ikonoa RaM Cot.llflralai of Slut OMtaln Final mad
and the Rev A. N. Trotter and Miss Norton taught some of the _b,... tea followlnB dMtrlhrfliroiKrty ._u._ aaM tarllfhaU hall. ka rdea.wddweefMt the lath day .a* AmiaH. A. D ,*... artte
u. to law the I"
I. the Comity of Paoo, sate at property .
t Kara. of tea
Paul > "
the Rev. B O. Smith of Miami. Hatorakl n
Miss Myres Florida, towllS thereon will W hOW to the kktktM Mitdrral ..
how to applique I : ..
girls I .dim of Ite. Kl. r.lh Judl.1.1 <:br M ofFlorida
Visiting ministers from all over the of them how to do : ', o( SW<< at SWH of SK>4 la the Coart-koa iloar on the tint M' i>- I I la and for their, OMalf. VI..rhtn.
taught some la the month of ,
Section II. Towiwklp M -... lUanaH day Ortokrr Itm' wkkkki wkar-la, qllAKKRSKALTT
tate are expected to attend. Murphy Ra the Mk day of Ootaaor ItMUauS I. that cnala sew
declaration stitches and Mrs >t containing S Acre more orI I X'KP Ptalnllff aadODKN
: _. la the County of Dad. stab ofFkirUa this ink day ot A.eaC. Md. c\II"Nl
Good musIc will be a feature of the others how to lt1( I() .AI HANK a
taught M mires>4 I* CTUfkMoNo. B. R PATHCMMAN: ,
II service, says Mr. Stroud.An crochet S.MW. The amM.iiat or tow dark af CbmH Cowrt Daoa toasa. TRAIT IMIMPANV( KNTItAU'rNN, I N.II..nsl NATIONAL HaallaKCoraoralkwI .

all-day service will he held propiirty under the tow Certificate' FlorMay .AUELPHIA. ....
Annabell! Redd, Julia Trances l>iiid im la tea aaaw *f Take lay. N c. ttarratt. 0. C I BANK
Sunday with a basket dinner served and eo.T'. ,clamp Court as.aaIA. ......1 ..... CorparalUH aod HirjtTKIt
Gasman ..
on the grounds. Sullivan, Rachel for 4112 of tE&meh.IEU app to St. ... .. Sept. 4, 11. IN). COUNTY Lorporatk TRUST COMPANY arr the D.f.e.a.s I::.". Iteam >1 1ranla -
Mildred Reams won the prize I It Koawlalnlall I. .,
t The Rev C. Symonds, state 10 Seas BMT* or Ina as NOTICE OP APPLICATION fOB Min number ItlSS-U kt WMW
the beat Idea for a license plate. the. Con:ia& of Dado. Hula of riurMai : TAX PERU will ., .' for ail sad will rat I. U, I Htrt -

President of Christ AmbassadorsWill The assignments for next week taikroe la rllricau No. )...9. Don..!* Hill No. 10) aad beat klddvr Air w.k at
\ address the young people, wanLtomake The anoMmnt of said property ttndVrtlw NOTICE 18 Hk.Hc.HY MVkM cwt CuVto : In fralit of tte S.wck door. tIS::::
Ambassador are aa fellows: Those who MM Godless amount Was la tea K. l a. kokkr ot 'State, ana Cavrt Hiwot, IP tea flly f
Friday, Sept 4, will bo. Christ a waste paper basket are to raw of MfM Land C.aK Cartl'tcau sew 1141 kM "J / 'Oot.T: o? I 1 FtarWaf *, lea Tlk day r *. t>Ui-
of SWU ot SK o hi tortkni Itlp Annual, A. D ItM ka tiled aim In my ter. A.: 0 fns. Ite Mme heard tl Role.
Day bring a small box, pictures, and I 'ro \I M oWk, Rum W Cut.pontalniaa of'...*. and has gads spot.." fw t ... Day I* aaM month. wrlhln use k.awl no.. .
!'. Special services will be belt at coat hanger cut In two pieces; : 10 Arm man or le... in abed be .W '"_ Iterooa. RU CVMflraMmkraM I at Mia, ta'wHi' kilwrra tow.hours of rlrvrarlark "
which will be offered forT tea C.. it> of Dodo. Ktata of flnrMa.a. lea (olk>wln. doom/bad pe.prmy A. M., bad two d.lurk P M. ihfollowlns -
prayer those who are doing applique Work mbnM 4 la OrUflrata No. lull I. lea Courts of Dad. BUI. ol Florida. dVarrlted Salad>H'::u> ai ter
the sick and the afflicted article back finish Tk --.. of Raw footwear under ".. County of Dadr aad w
are to bring an the Hid Tonlfkala iMMd Was to .... "w'l ey at SKVt of SWH la SVrtlon IITowafriilw Soiitk W faM Lou a lad 14. HWI.H. .
$ All are Medially Invited to ettmd ed; the others are to bring a sample ems aT S. W. BaarkNW M Saatk .... St Baat Miami Boatk. ......_ir,n -I IIj.

the meeting It will last finished and have >4 of NB 4 of NPU, NWH ofNWU _..1.1.. M AOM more ..r la 1 In .m1. ..i.'I"It'l" palLA.rwo
of stitches .rf N614 la S.illia .. Tonahl the loamy of I...., MUM of FI through Sept. 6SOQAL. three inches of crocheting done. tl Soia-k Balm : art, on.alnliw .J':0: : : p.*. 41. of Ite Puklh' ...._ r Out.Uaaaty .
\ M AOIM: mora hrs. la Our .. rof rlurldiNnnk .
AnnabeU Redd and Margaret County of Dad. Brute of Plorlda. aa Ada B. ArauMirVnlrai I"* fart I..a II and 3' U,akPa.

,?.: EVENTS Field the hostesses, served punch amkrar la OnlflraM 1'1... latM.Tk tow aortlflwl* den W radarmidaroardlac Manuel BaMk a aak-dl.l>loa rj Mat I.
MOMant. af saw aroooTt nanWIka to law lea property _abed Liman Florid. a per
J. M..Imnn.1'imwmmaN.awpmw and cookies aaM C i.mMw.wMn .._ of .H.ioVI Lad O.NE al tea Coarl.koo diw ua the tint Moa, p..v1, .f the Publi. Ito ..d. o.l
(Continued From Page Six) j ot NWV of NK<4 ra artkMi day la the amalk i rI Smonter, load. wkkk nadaCaainytaM eland.,
LEGAL NOTICES .. Towaokl W aWk, Kaax S* KaM.oMUalnln !> the tth day f ," 'i"r'oia. 1 Saw .,,-.r. ,he
Richard, and Mr. and Mrs. Collins 10 Aeraa aura or ka*. hiUM PaM l rt. ink day of o'i.:: i.d.n-1 ."4

f' and Mr and Mas Bloomfield Of C ...,. at lla*>. Slat nf Florida. It. II. IrATHKHMAN "***
la the llrcatt court af tile IM.po.rk J*. aa rmkrm. 4 Im OartKkal N... S97N. Clark at ( ..,.. toon.C""t : I A' llOTHAHSPRCIAI.
Miami Beach. ...... ttrralt hi and far DOM loaatyFlartda. TIle ainnii.t af aaM amyortr .... Dale .. n*"* tAu'i tN CII>.M<1 YI"
la (",, _.,. Na 44MM.L tte aaM OrMnraU kwir4 VM N tlw tCIIt cows aml, /OMrrH WEIN1RAUN
B. dUFBBY and I. \). KM>I. Plain- game of Prank H UliaW.B4 Ky EJAMEJLD.0. SOLICITOR rxm 11.AINTIFKlAot
Mrs. ft. L Godwin, Mrs. O ft Oita..y- rlOMkOTEAD sorts aatORTOACIt of SKW OIl t NWH of NWtt laSWllua II.... Itl. Aa.. T, 14.11 Sol .... ... ..... II.
Oldendorf Mrs Bessie Sanderson COMPANY. a Florida Co*> S, I_la *1 ......., .aa.* !
I .......... Do,........ It Barfwiulaloc I Ares aura orfc I* Ika nrrraM Court af the look Jadlrkd
land Graham J T. and Barney p NOTICE TO CaSDITOas *>. In la* v....,. of {>ad.. Seem of ......, ,Male Coantr. rkMHda.lf .
.. Godwin afternoon Noting a. Mob eke Ikat aadr and ,......., a. aaiomaS .. ConlfkiaU.. | BEl ADOPTION al JtVUKTII ....I 'I GOT UP RESTED,
spent ay ,M of .. ardrrof Court Vowed la "'7M, Tkt a.n..aet of aaM aroantyIHKM P511.LIPfL a *>laarklOTlrR .
} ,It Miami Beach.Tirmer's Mil* paaaa aw Ik. job day a* May A. D. > Ik* tow Cmtflrata laaaot aIn > OF INTINTrON TO MAKE .i FULL OF ENERGY

list, all predators.ar. reached I* i tsar tea pews of tlakaownlnl APPLICATION. POR ADOPTION UFJftHrPH I" law, ..5115. I ed.dr, MO shnNP
tea with flow aadnnkraoil, d.rerdturn wM aarttffaaMa wall k* MdMnmdemmdstt I Nil RS PrllLLIIS. a aitoor .... It.d CroLoan.
\ and .... P0115 abs ..... atom 1' .f
at kk affkai Florida City: Ftot. *> lav. tka property orrlb.tknala < NOTICE IS .IIY Ill dos Iteaadiralaaad. I 1 Aalto* w-
[ .,: rroalton use have will ao now aa tea kkjHMtt kMoolat .t.O'.J"' mob*I. area 1'- ,.1' Fe.-wr
aa .
..... .... p.We" Weaned oat
Fooeral Rome Law CooM-krn-o door *. the flat Woe arpUraUm JoorykNik.
..,lnot see naoMaad sod tudMM-
npany. a 1orWa __..... bad tack dot la UM mouth ot Matoaiaar. ItM. ,>kkkk Pkllllaa, *Uk> t lld a*T T*.Url lar"". bled C .aa
tt" tat the 711I day af S*.....a>r. ItM. Not!.* ta te pakllated ano> work Use TaMola. _
._JnW ama k. flM wrlkla ** ) Wk*.* Ie "oe .u."
SERVICE, menthe from the data ., Ik* tint ,.. ..... Date Ikto RS.td :'il.T'. July ItM. far Mar One eats pals. ra tea Bow I rata rk aaiaalli oa Watts Sad vraaa -
steed l.rede.0otepeles.tneal

Lady Att od..lClxnx ""SATED MuTiiS day.1If.*>*. '. o. 1.N.EDWARD .f CCltsttat'.MI AN.C1.ra ..', IkH/KANme Jarr SMk, iMsDANIEL, '1 .does. nodZraat.Ur-0-Mrf j"-. rud. ".GrrenermCame
a.o1.a.July DdeComfyrtprdl. <
INO. ..nr.rT.ala. .d aWt Carew Hak lay
M4 R Homestead Fis.S ... Pot"" .. .
uR Joe. '"
I H MAINE ( '!, Hi ?', *."';:.Jii ". *" MSS. R1. el. =--rR aA Sr ash fI\IIIr K JIoor,'1, M. Ir IS) ,IreaCMtdt4yl IMai' I"wsf! JT' ..no ---sae

I ,, -"I'f'Friday
... "I"1 '_1', : .
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Page tight __ THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE_ Friday, August 28,1936 '1
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: The committee wilt continue to'r pointed a commit to cooperatewith earlier In the week. Mr. Chandler r. F. W. MEET REM tl
DELAYED TRAIN serve also In NtehW Mr DuMond' the Lions dub in the work said that Dade County citrus Meetings of !lie Harry O HaD
organlM the) local amateurs into of clearing up blind comer to the men felt that hi the absence of a port .l UM Wtasaas ef Vtayoicn
.! SERVICE SEEN IN a club 1 Redland District law to make sure that all ship Woe have bee dtecouUnuetf until -
'I Improved mall service through' At the suggestion of Mr. Redd, pers would abide by such an agreement Sept 24, George Sonnlchsea,
the addition of an extra clerk at E. C Chroniter member of the: the existing statute providing post odMrtaat, .M Tuenday.
NEW ROUTING of the DadeCounty for machine squeezing shouldbe
the pot office and a second carrier legislative committee
Democratic executive adhered to, end he so telephoned
on the rural route will besought com-
mittee, will have that committee the headquarters of the
t by a committee composed
Rotes to Consult With F. of J. D. Redd A. R. Livingstonand recommend paasta .t*n act on- commission In Lakeland Tueedsy'. NEWT G. BALL

i i E. C. Officials on Proposed i a W T. Snare, appointed at I abling county commlaiioner to The fruit shipped Monday from' .sassy I4e10111e '. ,
Redhead than with
more complies
the meeting Wednesday night on designate through road and preMscribe mm PfSCTtASCB AMDvmimEb )
DiversionFear vote ot the member present I lately; regulation. ca coun the recently adopted high Juice I4MSM : 1
content law, he-laid and trait going
that F. X:a train service: Concerning the chamber' efforts out from this section now la I X. JLMMM Af*.
to the RedUixl District would be to get a post office building roads.F fully as good or better than fruit 1
1, delayed to the detriment of fruit. constructed here, It was brought CAR NEWGRAPEFRmTIS that will be shipped from bther'
out that two poSt office: depart-
. and vegetable shipper\ In the section of the state) fix: week
ment inspectors had been In Homestead I
. ruM season by a plan on foot In: inspecting possible site. a from now W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE
Miami to do away with the southbound Due to the chemistry of the soil
On motion of J. D Redd the
,. trick that now crow Flat I In this area, grapefruit matures
of the chamber was instructed *
I let street and to route train to secretary much earlier than it does In the
to write Willard Smith FROM REDLAND FIRE, AltO
t; Homestead by way of ,Ilaleah, South Florida member of the ..tatoro.d : "citrus belt" toward the center elf these MM
J. It. Brook South Florida, Mr. Chandler raid
was expressed by
Office in MeCrery
I' board, and ak that the eight
( president of the Homestead Rotary Isle of Pine grapefruit which
( mite of Jerome avenue from the Continued trollS Page 1))
, : Club, at the meeting of the club went on the market of the United
Trail south be put In pasnbto condition statute hand squeezing for the
: Wednesday. State several week ago, have
; 't k. so that fruit and vegetable statute-prescribed: machine squeezing been bringing$3.2$ to '5.15 a box. I
The plan proposed by Miami city trucks hauling to aad from the: In making the teN fer Juice [::= ,
" '
commissioners contemplates erection district would not be forced to go content; failed to find favor here READ THE WAN! ADS
I : of union station in another
a nearly 40 mile farther on a roundtrip --
" ;, section of Miami, with freight and by having to detour to Red
express bound for this area to be road, -00 the northern ,edge 41
. diverted at a point north of Miami Coral Gables.
: I. The present'right of way through The secretary was also Instructed SUNLIGHT
the center of Miami would be to register with the Jl"'Plrtoo 'SARMAX
'. I turned Into a plaza or grand concourse thorities a vigorous complaint
with appropriate public on the shoddy repair DATED d ROLLCoffee'
( building at desirable location oiling done '.
It was agreed that further t ont north of the Homestead lino]
t .Iteration of the question would be Screenings Uttered with rock and : B t'n
, held up pending a consultation dirt were used to cover the oiled'
with official of the. railroad company surface After the repairs were I I
. and other done, and every time a car passed The lb.
I Rotarian Will Harrison of Miami I over it a dust cloud arise to settle
gave a talk on the island of Ja* over fruit tree and home -1
males which he visited tort year road I* laid I to be In worse condition I 25c 3'c
, now than it was before he SATURDAY SPECIALS I
repair were started. I II
; RADIO AMATEUR Carl Anderson, A. It. Livingston I

and E. C. Chronlster were apGeneral -I NEW NO. 1 SELECTED Thompson Seedless



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: (Continued From Page One) P
, chamber the tact that such a radlo > 10 Ibs.---- .. 27c 2 lbs. __ __ .. __ tSc
> transmitting get could be located I
here. There are to be seven CUT
.: such stations, each tuned to a dif Apple Butter
ferent wave length and each EETS
. \, strategically located, Mr. DuMond PEACHES No. 2%a-15c
( 19cKelloges
No.2% 10c jar
f tald. can g. ..

|. The committee I composed, In .
\\4 addition to DuMond, of T. J:. Kiri FANCYCorn
by, C. C. Chronistor and A, R. Flakes CERTO .25c
LJvuigston will go before the RICE 5 Ib 2ft.
{ '.. S. -.-.. .- < :
, i Homestead city council at Jill next Public Utilities 2 for.._ tJPIIIWP"S \;
\ meeting to ask if the radio unit
> can not be given quarter In the GREAT NORTHERN Kaffee Hag
j swimming pool building, a* that lonestead fhene! SIS-M

{ I* near the power plant The I Pork & Beans lb. 45e
I i.
BEANS, 2 lbs 15e .. .....

16 01. can ..5c

CRYSTAL wmn Tomato Juice

Eli 801.CATSUP. bottle tOe Soap Chips, 2 Zlbs..19c 1/ gaL -...29c 1

Monarch NaturalAsparagus Gold Medal PlainFLOUR

; f Carey Roofst.Your Large square: can. 3J5C 20 lb. bagg._ _.'. .._.. 8SC

Dry Mixed BEEF ROAST chuck Jb. 15c
\ '
rs IIcfter FRUIT

BEEF PLATE, lb--------------- 12c

: T T 7B Catty Caret Ruofeff tout Shingles 14 11) u.u 1\K A: ,

I W Dtl; *u4 misfire suitable for every build Light Steer

. 11. from UM ... rwUtae* la the wall poultry Majestic RouDfl

teems' That reefs,ands by. aoanufactwrr" STEAKS
Hot Pickles
i .. ,CO Tars of .ouccMaf epari nc.; CMt Mitttt Loin) \ '

theft drd1aaq zoo ,
.ratan g e qtr Jar ._. .19c '

.; % why pit dollar fowt refers yea buy roof P8I'ierIte se. )..&.-..__ ..._ ..._ .... :

'.. .. s-'lttu Sad will .u .
-.c goof a prices qaaUq pICI'tt PkakiHk -

2scJlaalnqfl" .. :1 Veal Chop

Ik ..... .-. ..... >> '
1 c
Brooker Lumber Co. ... ..

Plate Bac STEAKS....... ._. 2k Veal SteM

Pinups 82 BOIMIteH, FIa. IL lta .

DI. ..... .. If'IIiONELESS 1V. .VVV
PORK ROAST ___.. 38c

rJt'tL1/ Sliced Bacon IIOSU.EIIS IA Veal Stew '

I p 0 Due T S lb. ... _. 33c VEAL ROAST. en 25c lb. . 12'/2c ; ;

"'It.\I'" I'd In" (O\ .. h( ) ..... ..... '
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