The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00088
 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: September 4, 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: UF00087294:00088
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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SCHOLARSHIPS r Alan homestead Businesses Sign DADE CAINS CONCESSIONS f

I I For Closing on Monday, Labor Day I

SEEN WAY TO I All day closing will be observed-I-dealers will Close, n will nearly FOR S 6 tALL L SIZE GRAPEFRUIT

:I Monday, tabor Day, by moat of aQ the automobile,, and garage
Homestead' business houses with businesses. An feed, seed and
the exception' oi the grocery stores, I fertilizer dealers contacted signed
WORLD PEACEU. II and hardware and! building supply i up. ,Some of the dealers In a few IN CONTROL BOARD PRORATE
deafen. tines of business were not In when

Art agreement for Labor Day i the agreement was presented, but
Britj; :'I closing circulated yesterday was I, others the same groups believed
Good Will
signed by representatives of 29 that they would Close Some business 60 APPLY HERE Members Taste Sample
Attained by Rhodes busmen hou e.. Some of the and professional men were From Here, Admit It
Foundation Cited I llfrteturea were contingent on not reached yesterday but will 0. K. to Ship
Signing by ether member in the : be contacted today or tomorrow. IN ONE DAY FOR

LIONS it E A It Nbttl) tams groups of business, but other I Those signing the Labor Day 14 CARLOADS ifAVfc> '

PLAN BCor LOCAL MAN sigriatories regardless."said they would close closing Department agreement Store, The were Lou: Burton'i Shop, AID) IN OLD AGE ,ROLLED SINCE AUG. 31 '" .

shid dry good f Urwrenct Biro*, Inc, Homestead
tyftfcUMriav* fifc MunTc Store, Herman Marks, Dr. Six More to go Forward
change bf Students at IM& M. A. Berger, Bird'Chevfolet Co., Blanks Exhausted' as Pet Before End of Week

Government ExpenseA RADIOCLUB McCrory Store, Sheffield Electric: sons Over 70 Seek I I From 2 Houses
Co.,Homestead Norge Shop Home
Dade-U. S. Pension '
stead furniture Cd\, W. T. Bush, I
Universal exchange of scholar ORGANIZED After bating a temple of tome of .
ships;such li provided by the Cecil It B. ftM.D./ Bank Sixty IIPPIItt;; for old age I Dade Cbunty'i small grapefruit i J
Homestead Frtederlch Shoe '
Rhode foundation to promote of pcruilohi were received at Homestead *
bcttcf Understanding between the IN HOMESTEAD Shop, Pressed K; Bird Motor Co.. Wednesday afternoon by and listening to strong argument '

United State and Great Britain, I II D, L. Bowen Losner'i1 Department workers of the district board of by L. L. Chandler of Goulds and ti

would clear the way for International Stores, Homestead Variety Store, social/ welfare for Dade County. i K. A. Carter of Homestead against I,
peace, In the opinion of the DuMond) Elected Presi-I' T. Orfsnedei, Scherr Feed and Mn. Edith Brovard, In chargeof the shipping ban on 80s and imull! ,
:Rev Parley R. Core, retired Silver dent of Group In Supply Store, O. R. Oldendorf, the pension application division, I
control board Wed
tile citrus
I, Seed Co., er :
Rhodes Garage, XII,
\. :Palm: minister, whr spoke to the I land District said the brought 20 application
Bedland District Lions Club Tuesday Hector Supply Co., Grantham Seed blanks thinking that number wouldbe ne d y agreed to the following: ,
night on "The Church and Store. sufficient for both Homestead Permit I the shipment in Florida
I The Redland District Amateur,
all 80s and 20 cent of the
(Continued on Pegs Six) Radio Club WM organized Monday and Perrlqe, where ihe and her of per I
86s tn common grapefruitPermit
I night, and Joseph DuMond, owner associate Mrs. Genevlv Archer the shipment In Florida J,:
I Of Tropical Monkey Jungle member NEGRO GOES ON carried on their work during the e+
NO LESSENING OF of all 961 and 20 per cent of the128s
I of the Miami Amateur Club morning. Only five application in seedless grapefruit. A
and starter of the movement here, TRIAL were made at Perrlne one white
TONIGHT Permit of U. S. No
F. E. C. SERVICE IS wet made ill president and tout colored. In Homestead (Continued no shipment on Page Six)
35 white and 2$ colored
Other officers elected were: persons
SPENCERS I WORD JUaroJd .L1'OJr.., :t-prea1dlnt; II- FORFATALSHQT made application." and Mr*. BrowIrdTiad -
bert M. Froscher, secretary and tat TOTUM t paper and
treasurer Blllle Arthur, librarian -..- Improvise application blanks Kt MOTORCADE TO : '

; and Earl Field, To Hold Further Investi- them.
Official Tells Rotes Nothing station engineer. The conatittlOR ,,- gation Ordered at The welfare workers have been TOUR FIELDS OF 4 F
Be Done to Hurt and by-laws of the Miami Inquest taking old-age pension appllcatloni I
This Area Club were adopted temporarily. fine early In July and .

A charter will not be applied for Preliminary trial of Robert H. averaging IIweek for Homestead f NEWCOVERCROPSesbania
There will be no lessening of this month so that those who Huihley, negro who shot and killed and Perrlne district combined -
they voted to sponsor It Presidentwomen are Interested In the club nay Charlie McCloud, another negro Mri. Broward laid. ".
In getting the sponsor's have a chance to be charter mem with the pistol McCloud had The applications will continue to and Soybean in .

contribution arranged.MR bers.A. snapped in Hughley's face at a building in Homestead from I to East Glade to' Be ',\,
Spencer I regular attend- short wave transmitting and ball game In Homestead' colored 4 p. m. and at Barfield'l store in Seen Wednesday
ant at the Homestead Rotary meetings receiving net wtfl be supplied from town Sunday, will be held before Perrlne front 0 a. in. until noon

laid that as far a* he knew 1 federal funds, In order that messages Justice of the Peace Sid L KendrICk each Wednesday Applicationmay A motorcade tour of cover rep 'f/'
the F J:. C. did not contemplate can be received or sent during at 7-30 tonight also be made by mall by fields on the glade farm land cast ,'I II
tearing utf Its tracks south elFlagler stones, It the need should thoe who are unable to get to will *
and Homestead
killed Goulds
'the bet that Hughley Mc- of
itreet In Miami, and he !: arise Those Interested will receive Cloud was established at a coro- places where the workers are I 1 I leave front the farm of H. M. Hoi- :,
felt Certain he could assure this Instruction In code workfrom stationed. A relative or other Gardens '4
oe,, inquest held In Kendrick'soffice I ferty In South Allupattah
section that them would be no decrease | Mr. DuMond or othen who person may obtain an application I afternoon of '
Wednesday night The jurydid I at 2 p. Wednesday
In the service the will donate their services. blank for applicant i blank
given by an or county
H. Steffani
not lay whether or not the i i next week C. *
railroad.Dr Members of the club and a will be mailed to those who request announced -
t shooting was justified but recom- agricultural agent >mterday.
Russ Wllllami of Miami In[committee from the Redland DilI It of the board of Metal welfare .
mended that Hughley be held for
an Inspirational address told the I trlct Chamber of Commerce, which further investigation. The pre- Miami. Fla.September Sescnnli and soybean demonstration "?
club members that of all to last week agreed to the
ages i sponsor liminary trial scheduled for tonight field will be visited. The
be living In he thought the century |I movement will ask the Home- Is the result 15 Deadline motorcade will be headed by W .
from 1894 to 1994 ii the best I stead city council Monday night district agricultural I
For Filing Seed Loan T. Nettles ,
He laid that people are beginning"for help !Id 'getting a centrally According to witnesses at the i I Ir and Dr. R. H. Barnett toll 1
to realize that though they can't I located and storm proof place in Inquest, McCloud, known aa Charlie amt uV experiment
Red In the quarters, sought out r Growers have .until Tuesday chemist -njth
realize the Ideal things in life they: which its equipment ]
j( nmatl.lne'iI : Hughley at the ball fame and I Sept. 15, to tile application for station at Oaineeville.
can idealize the real things of, ute housed and its continues' to and
t mapped a pistol at his head twice emergency teed and ertniter loom SeibanUi grow *
ss he watched the game. The pis- for the fall and winter cropping the fixation of nitrogen continue a,
Joi'nt and Mason. Applications will be takenat even when It Is under "water Mr. ;
City Sponsor: inProject to Give tol failed to fire Hughley. a
It the Ml Steffani laid and flourishing
much larger negro than: McCloud, both the Homestead and *
'$7,000 Womeri Breadwinners! Here grappled' with McCloud, threw !him ami office oi the county agricultural I fields will be visited on the tour sa,
to the ground and took the pistol agent, C. H. Steffani, until, Wednesday that have been underwater .
I for six weki. There.. |
away from him. The witnesses 6 p. in Tuesday.Loans i
The Homestead city council In written 113,000 of the sponsor's agree also that McCToud started up to a maxlrhum of $200 I I approximately 309 acres of esba- ,, '
special session Wednesday afternoon I contribution. and prospects are toward Hughley ai he )lot up off apartments converted tram space 1 nla planted in the Redland District
voted to help sponsor a that the county win underwrite alike the ground and Hughley fired the crop Ilenl are accepted II security the county agent said .
will workat said Homesteid'i abdomen.I I t.i
WPA project that give amount she bullet grating McCloud'i
$35 a month each to 20 women I share' has been estimated at $500, McCloud turned away, but Hugh- lI
jfamUy' breadwinner over a period I payable In utilizable article or ley ihot twice more, one of the I Homestead Has Best F F A. Chapter

ft 10 months. cub, or both.Couneibsed. bullets entering the back of hit
The action, which Involved I expressed satisfaction (Continued en Pig Six) I In State of Florida, Judges Decide .. UI
E furnishing a typewriter, tables, with such t project, through
chairs, and other equipment and I which women are taught sewing Homestead Chapter, Future placed second In the trl-sUte public
money to the amount of $500 was : and band craft and initiative, and TUB brEATHER: Farmers of America, was Judgedth speaking contest Friday.
i taken after Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, I voted to sponsor it President sum"o"'to "John' speech was well delivered -at
best In the state the bull
district supervisor of women's Tom Hurls appointed Councilmen on ," laid Mr. Wikefleld, "but
work projects, bites Mildred Nel- Henry Brooker, Frank Rue And B. Au. 21 _.r 82 72 211.14 1.50 of a report of Its )'ear'. work as he lest out In the question asked I
+ son'assistant supervisor for Dade W. Morris as a committee to work: Au. 22 11 10 30.01 1.1' contained In t MO-pags book: each contestant about his ipeech.*
County, and Mrs. V. M. Grenaell, with Mayor C T. Harper and the I Aut. ::13 II.72 US'Aut. bound In alligator hide and shipped The Homestead report has been
supervisor of the Homestead project : ladies tn getting the sponsor' corn :If II 75 30.03 ..25Aug. ra I chest of genuine mahogany 'sent to the National Future Farmer -
appeared before the council I trtbution arranged. 72 29.93 .02 to Tallahassee to be judged in "headquarter. for judging In the J
e Mr*. Owen explained that the Councilman Henry Brooker I Aug.: :: = :: 72 29.17: competition with other chapters national contest Winners in this s>

project county-wide In scope, calls proposed the city seek: I WPA AUf 21 89 'I' 2'." Of the Mate. contest win be officially notified
for a total expenditure of $350,000 project for railing the municipal Aug. 29.98 .01 George N. Wakefield adviser at the national convention In KinMI -
:: :: ;:
in Dade County The Homesteadunit diamond ball field end roadway I Aug.: = 29.99Aug. : of the local chapter who was City on Oct 20.
; working under Mrs. CrenneUt to eliminate muddy roads and 10 __. .1 69Aug. judged the best vocational agriculture Myron Crennelt state presidentof
the Future Farmer clubhouse, muddy diamond la rainy weather.Mr. II H 11'1 30.02 Instructor In the slate recently the Future Farmers, and mem-
would get $7,000 of this spread Harris appointed him lad Sept 1 _. u n 21.87 ; wa notified of the award bet of the HomestUad chapter will
over t ;period of 10 months. Miami Councilman Roe to look, Into the 1 SePt r __ 17 71 2"3 ..82i Saturday lit Tallahassee where he be the Florida delegate to the toftveotion ,r
I city commission hat already undr feasibility.of the proposal I 4 i Sept a n I II 39.06 ,fa I had gone with John.Fredrick who Mi Wakefleld announced.U 'y ,





Page Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, September 4, 1936 ;

Formed Union Funeral of J. B. GrahamTo Another Ambulance Is $
NEW PAINT AND Newly Young People's
I 'I Be This AfternoonFuneral Added by Funeral Home y

REPAIRS TO BE Plans for Party Thursday Evening

--- ---- ._ services will be held Turner Funeral Home recently 'M
this at t o'clock In Palm added I Buick sedan ambulance d.I'
The call fur a union meeting of treasurer will be Yihosen. afternoon
Its motorized equipment It hasa
SEENBYPUPILSHomestead Cemetery at Naranja for John B. to t
the ;young peoples' societies of all Plans for a party which will be Graham of Miami former residentof safety duralumin cot with all- .1
the churches of the district In the held In the American Legion hall rubber mattress which 0;
Naranja, who died in Cole's sponge .
First Baptist Church Sunday evenIng at S o'clock next Thursday evenIng .
only 35 pounds
Gvm Among Sanitarium In Miami after a :year'sillness weighs compared
resulted In the formation of the were made at a meeting ofrepresentatives to weight of 70 pounds for standard .
Buildings Now Out Redland District Young People'sUnion. 'i of the church cot previously used ,
of Eyesore Class One hundred thirty-two group Monday afternoon. All Me. Graham, who waa 4ft yean
attended the Initial meeting, and :young people of the district are old was born In Conyert,Ga.,and, The ambulance has a speed of ,
When Redland District pupils six churches were represented: : Invited not merely those belonging cam to the Redland District about 00 to 100 mile an hour. t.

back to school Sept. 14, week the Homestead Methodist Church to the union, the group ten years ago. lie lived near "This new ambulance together
go Naranjja until about three years' with the other one just like It,
will find epic which furnished the program, the decided. Garland Wynn, Jack
from Monday they
and newly painted and repaired First Presbyterian Church St Krome and Wilbur Free were ago when he moved to Miami. and out new model hearse givesus J
spun building John's Episcopal Church the named as an entertaining committee I He Is survived by two children motor equipment with a total '
Homestead Church of the Nazarene ; Miss Louie Long Fitzpat- John B, Jr. and Miss Joan Graham value approximating $8,000 and "
In Homestead the ')'ltlnulumbulldln the Redland Community rick. Mrs. Gotch Kufeldt and Miss of Miami; two brothers, H puts us In position to meet any r
,, ha been stuccoed and Church and the First Baptist Martha Close as a food committee;I H. Graham of Naranja and O. L.' emergency call, night or day" said 'J
painted and the high school and Church. The Silver Palm Methodist and E. J. Graham Mr*. Ulric Free Graham of Tallahassee; three sisters Geo. W. Turner, Jr., who with bin
grammar school buildings have group will be represented at and Miss Billy Hartford, as away Mrs. Clara Richards of son, Herbert, owns and operates ,'\(
been given I coat or two of oil future meetings. and means committee Brownsville Texas, Mrs. Bert the funeral home. 'It
painj. In Florida City, in addi- of Birmingham, Ala., and \
Next Sunday evening two delegates The next program meeting will Peeples
tion to the painting, floors and will be elected from eachsociety be held on Nov. 29 In the First Mrs. R. Dillon of darkston Ga.
floor beams have been replaced In In the union to serve a* a Presbyterian Church of Homestead Pall bearers are expected to be:
two rooms. At the Redland G. W. Drlggers D. W. Glisslon, J.
governing counciL From the and the Christian Endeavor
school painting and repairs have delegates a council chairman a Society. of that church will have M. Brown, W. G. Bailey. Barney TRYAFILL

gone on apace. vice-chairman, a secretary and a charge of the program. Bishop and A. D. Fogle
In each place the school plants

present pearance an In attractive their new, uniform sunshiny ap- Ulric Free CompletingThree GUN TOTED FOR WILDCATS Kilgore Seed Company

buff coats. New Apartments NEGRESS TELLS JUDGE.. > Improves Local Store

-.... ,
More repairing and redecoratingof .' : -
school buildings has been done J. Ulric Free Is completing three Hattie Wenze Homestead Degress The Kilgore Seed Company is
charged with carrying concealed : -
new five room apartments on the
this summer than In any previous remodeling the inside of its store
five year period In the history of second floor of the Homestead weapon! and sentenced to this week, and by the rearranging
pay 1100 and cost or spend 90
Dade County Mrs. Nell K. Walker Variety Store building. of merchandise Is making more '
day In Jail by Judge Wayne Al-
county school board member, Ceo. W. Turner Jr., who with his room for customer After repairs 6 ETA ..1.1ITHRILL
len of the Dade County Court of
said yesterday. In addition, 83 When finished the new unit will an, completed the buildingwill
Crime Saturday, had her sentence
new class rooms have been builtIn make a total of five furnished be painted inside and out
reduced to $5 and cost yesterday
various places over the county, apartments converted out of space
when Geo. Okell, Miami lawyer.appearing .
exclusive of five new buildings formerly used for storage.
for Hattle's Boy Scouts Plan to Go
at Miami Beach. This has aU
vouched for her eml/loyer'l l !
On Two Camping TripsThe
been made possible through federal Bible School ClosesIn pleaded that she was
aid secured by the board.
Silver Palm TodayThe gun to protect herself front wild 1
Mm Walker said aim that her cats. I Homestead Boy Scouts will
hopes for separate art and music spend today tonight and tomor- .
Methodist She was arrested Friday on the
Silver Palm
suprr\'ison for the Homestead row forenoon camping at their
Church will close today a five-day Gould canal by Game Warden SuperSolyenizedGas
and the Rfdland schools would be forest on North Krome Avenue
Ben Flowers who noticed the
Bible school
vacation which has
runerted-into actuality ai soon where they have begun work on a Gives
weapon when he was searching for
been attended by 40 pupils.
:is I the principals of these schoolsreturned log cabin clubhouse
and tuistcd m selecting Mrs. A. L. Chandler has served understated fish Next Thursday they will go to You
a* dean of the school; Miss Vera
persons for the fO l' oIltlona. Ojus on a two-day camping trip.
Principal..Tart Wagner t>t the FIetch": and Mrs R R Zenker Judge's Pen Mightier i New patrol leaders will be elected More Wiles
Redland scjfpol returned early have taught. the beginners; theRjjf Tuesday: and all Scouts area
C Cowin and Mrs. Cun- Than Minnie's Big Knife
yestterday morning and will lose 31 ked to be present at that meeting Less CarbonHeadquarters
rifnglMn.1 and Mrs. H.
the Juniors
no time herald: .In cooperatingwith .
the school trustees and the R. Core, the Intermediates. Miss I Minnie Taylor colored. Coconut .
county board in selecting teachersfor Ruth Murray has directed the artwork Grove, was convicted of aggravated '
and Mrs. Percy assault with a "switch" blade REVIVAL TO END TUESDAY
art and music and findingteachers II'
to take the place of Wnv and Mrs. Cowan the Whitworth I knife on Louise" McNelll colored Woco Pep Gas, Tiolenc

Bradley Jr., Mrs. Pauline Calkins of Black Point and sentenced to The revival services which are Oils and other Pure
Bradley and Mrs. L. B. Sommers Green Rives, study hall; Mrs. six months In jail by Judge Wayne :being conducted In the First Baptist Oil Products
t resigned With the exception of Marguerite RusselL English; R. Allen of the Dade County Court Church by the Rev. Allen
the position mentioned the Red- E. Trotter manual training; M. A. of Crimes Wednesday. 'West will continue through Tuesday Washing, Polishing and

land faculty list Is as follows: Baker, vocational agriculture. Minnie and Louise fell out over: Mr. West will preach both Greasing our specialties

High IIIhool--loIl. Alma Anderson Elementary-Mr*. Anna Carter, I dress which Minnie ware and ,morning and evening on Sunday. .
commercial subjects; Paul sixth grade; Miss Myrtle Kertott, which Louise claimed belonged to
Baker social science: C. R. Gut- fifth and sixth grades; Miss Lillian her. One word led to another and JOHN 0. BALLET POST NO. 41 Central Service
vrid,., science and athletics; F. Johnson, fifth grade; Mrs. the fraca ended with Minnie In AMERICAN LEGION
L LIvermore. social science; Mrs. : Margaret Daniel fourth grade; jail and Louise being treated for
Meet Brsl and
Helen McGee Spanish: K F Mil- I Mrs. Ruth Russell, second grade' ; knife cut on the neck and wrist I 04. American Lei.WwlnetdijI .bm aids j Station
chell. English and mathematics: Mrs. Flora Vlhlcn, tint and second Preliminary hearing was before Mil post enra| South Mmes Ave

C L Ooley mathematics; Mr*. grades, Mrs. Eva Fletcher tint I Justice of the Peace, Sid L. Kendrick U neM ad, Fla I Krome Ave.. N. W. tad SL.I" .
Ruth Parte. home economics: Mrs. grade. In HomeiteaA -


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1; 9: other winter farming areas can produce fresh vegetables for the nation's table before x

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Friday, September 4, Ilia; THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pace Three

features made possible by our research far to lands In Delaware Seeking
REAL ESTATE Sun Oil Celebrates Its 1-
Company department and today aa'a judicial option on terms of Ire
Fiftieth Anniversary This Year always. Blue Sunoco still offers will rrlitmii to thin brqiKst, .i
ACTIVE RECENT motorists a truly top performance friendly court suit also has l been
at regular gas price. Incidentally started In the circuit court
i With an OTfmlsatlofl dating back after the war when the company It is the only gasoline or motor
WEEKS SHOW to 1W6 the Sun! OU Company first retailed Ita products to the fuel we make and has no secondor
I wikoae heaeXiuarters are la Philadelphia public when wholly distilled Sunoco third: grades with confusing
I to, this year, celebrating Motor OH was aanounoed. names and prices! X41
B.W. Morris Reports Good Ita fiftieth anniversary, according While this oil won a wide acceptance
List of Purchases I to It J. Lynch of Miami Beach, the It must not be confused with
!ompanyi' district manager the present Sunoco Mercury Made Take First Steps to Get PALM

Closed I "During the last fifteen yenta," Motor Oil whoch: was not brought $1,000,000 Foundation I r
be says, "the Sun Oil Companyhas out until 1931. I
Regent reel estate deals reportedby become prominent In the public "Of course we have won even a Jacksonville. Jt>l. I-I'NS-
B. W. Morris of H. A. Cameron I eye because of the fact that during greater measure of public fame Petition tor $'''08,000 for establishment
office are at' follow-.. I, this time we have actively retailed through our one and only motOr of the Nemours Founda-
Purchase of the Eby grove, 14 i, our products directly to the fuel Blue Sunoco But believe tion for crippled children and
acre and an eight-room framehouM public. Before that, however, the It or not this product 15 only nine needy men and women by executors .
on North Krome; avenue,! company occupied an Important years old for it war introducedIn or the Alfred I. DuPont estate
about one-hall mile north of Avocado place in.the, petroleum Industry for I 11)27) So fur as we know. Blue will be heard In the Duval County
drive by Jack Polk and Howard ye..... But at that time we were II Sunoco I was the first nationally court on Sept! 14. GeneralPublic
Johnson, Homestead, on Aug I not known to the public because known motor fuel to otter motorists Under provisions of the DuPont
26 I practically; all of our products were I a high knockless rating at will, it was stipulated: that $1000- Utilities
Purchase by A. D.Smith. Homestead I made exclusively for the wholesale regular gas price. 000 from the principal of his estate
of Lot 10 and 11, Block 4, : trade and were not retailed under, "Ever since that time. Blue Sunoco be used for the foundation I
Royal Palm Addition Including our own name., enviable position has been Accordingly. executors of the estate I Homestead Phone 1105-1'1
house at 809 N. W. First avenue "It was not until 1920 shortly I maintained by newly introduced t have also requested title trans,
from N. T. McCourtney on Au,. I ----- -- --

Purchase by Robert Brown,
Homestead of the present reildenc -
,of Dr. J A. Smith.,.Lots I
and 2-Block 4, Commerce AddUtlon
oa.Au; .,$, i
,", '\Purchase by 3. ,>r., McGJung. .
:Homestead of five acres on Bls-
cayne drive between Krome avenue
and EckmtR'r! ad, from Henry
'. iDodpn art Au. 12.. '
Purchase by Agnes Marie Ruck--
.er,'Homestead of:Tract U.:J. U:
Free' Addition consisting of six
.. and a halt acres, from 8 H. Bartlett -
o on July 25. p. Stia0C0s
'Purchase by C. E Elchenberger'
and Miriam L. Smith, Homestead, Cltt 6 s 1st 6 t tear..
of three and a half acres-fronting
on the federal highway just south
of Kings Highway from S.' H
Bartlett on July IT .
Purchase; by A. O Buck, Home
stead, of the north half of Lots Iand S
2, Block 8. Boulevard Addi- .
tion, Iron Armour Fertilizer, Co

ion June4 ;

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Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, September 4,1936

THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE I the minion has grown, without
II fLOfllDA Qi any source of steady Income:without

Published Friday *l Home- II I spongers, without endowmentor
.&toad Fla., tjr the South Dade organized assistance! of any-
Publishing Cfc II I kind. -

Property left to the mission la

( .__, BEN ARCIIE ,.. .. _...._..--Editor 1933 was traded for the rented
tis I house, with a mortgage of 18.000
Entered M second class nail Ksumed by the mission heads
matter Marcb I. Hit, at the pot This was paid in full with material
Office at Ilameitea Florida, under I mm brought by their faith more
the ad W March >. lit*. I than a year ago

...... In home surrounding, with newer .
SUB. TRICE. I?.0* A TEAR 4 THS FIRST AND ONLYECOMLE n sign of the Institutional, JJ
tAH SVEP. TO children who entered the mission
Gor6 OFTUtSTAreWHEW I When from a few days to three

Court Gives Basic Rule or pt a44 r"W rears of age are being trained, 'e
For Highway SafetyAn WNWDIFUCAW educated and prepared tor live of '
useful service Love replace n
lows court recently decided discipline\ The children grow up
a damage action growing out of a to believe they are member of
highway accident la a manner that one big l family and are given pi-
emphasized a Kfetjr tenon that rlllta11ov., denied them In I worldof
Mould be heeded by motorist In tangled destinies, by "Mamma"and
every state "Papa" Markert.

The decision held that a motorist. There i is no adoption. Security
who collided with the rear of an of permanent home and tender
unlighted trurk parked on the 1WDOUARS care: as long ss they wish (* assured .
highway, while driving at a rate orphans, half-orphans, deserted
of between 40 and 80 miles an and unfortunate tablet and children .
'. hour, was guilty of contributory by the single plan of the mil
negligence end could not recover' lion to train them usefully and
damage It had been shown that supervise! their growth ai individuals
the motorist was blinded by the MA not members of an institu
light of an approaching car. tion. A children's orchestra of
vtelblll- 25 pieces with country-wide
"When the plaintiff lost rep-
ty because of the light of the approaching r7i1Grw YI utation la but one of the products i 4*|
of this unusual mission. ,wIt ;
car, the decision stated -
"he should have reduced his $ ;P hasn't been easy, this mini*- ,*.
peed 10 that when he loft all vUl-I IS YG/2y tration of faith. Then have been i
bility he could stop Immediately.Hod WARY R difficult time, times to bring de-t
he done this, the accldcn ,|kn' ipalr for many people. But the 'j
qui'stion would nq$ have cccm many stories of miracles told by' 1

red" soft-voiced Mother Markert an ,)
The court held the approaching to her but commonplace in their I J
light "did put uenititute a divtytlm world of boundless faith. Then ':[
< circumaUnoi," and that thy, wn the day when a worker In the' '1
driver "should either. .hav. discovered k IL home told MM Markert that then *S

the presence of the parked -, wit no meat for dinner, and It was *jl
truck In Urn to avoid a collision then time to prepare the meal ',1
I or should have reduced the i I A SA.NKD/D GAME A/D FOOD" P f" KNOW "Don't worry." she replied "we .JL I
peed of his car to such an extent I ALSO AS "A.V1Sro.,6 s NAAAAe N&A 5S o will get along the best we can. And SI
would him to top I ITS HA6lr Of /rING AM:1K.1lUt'6.t: RA:7': ,
that permit within half an hour, she finished ;$J
within the assured clear dilltance''j: I the story, "a minister from Tar- ]
In holding that "'hI I pon Springs drove In front of the
Governor tloiham: was first inaugurated,.,, than 1,300. Immigration greatly
should drive any vehicle upon a was house and brought ta half a hog. .
highway at greater speed than will 1st, U81. be found the State hopelessly' the number of school was Increased 83%, and He had been In North Florida and
permit him to atop within the **- Li debt and progress itagnant. Facing a desperatesituation i I valuation of taxable property Increased nearly the congregation had .given hinds
ured clear distance ahead".W.'1 jJS ploxham through his ova tlwlets .f.. lS%. la 3896, Mr. Bloih: m was elected gover whole dressed hog He couldn use
court pronounced the basic rule /oiU, succeeded In effecting the sale of State lands i, DOT for the: ,second time setting a new precedent all of it, no he divided with us";
for highway infety.-Florida Pub to Mr. Hamilton Disitoo of Philadelphia; for one la the history of the tote. During Gov. DIoxham'i Aootbtr pme with no dessert but
Jlo Worki. willloB dollars, thereby. releasing the state from Active official career the number of public schools sugar lyrup to bejxutd from their,

I debt. Ne preview event added so touch te Flor- Jnertatad about )25%, school expenditures increased last sugar; a truck arrived before
i 14.', proipwttjr-e.D Reminder From State I Increased from tea than 400 miles to more 1Ili-tip a It mills Always l'OUIb tropic alarm or

Health Office I --- .with but a single penny iP.the
house, plenty WM produced by
Hare U a reminder from Dr W. for smallpox, '
Immense of providence
Family Fred
A. McPhaul, state health officer, "The school are opening now. '
If child I still not Perhaps favorite of her stories j ,
whose children loon your protected
to to parents enter school: are against either of these disease, Markert Sustained by Faith Alone concerns a day before Cuter when '
don't delay any longer See your clothing was a problem to avert ,
"If you haven't hid your child I disappointment for little girl. and
doctor and have It done er-like
vaccinated against smallpox and II I Tampa Sept. S (Exclusive: face of a little child to be: boy A tourist arrived with 58
protected against dlptheria besun feature) In thecenter of a dreary, fed, cuddled and tended. "brand new" outfit for boys and

and havf both attended to. I What About War cheerless room of a Dilapidated I Then from a world of glaring 1a.The1 had never heard of
factory building In West
"We have no state law requiringthat I light blaring music and gaudy the donor before abe walked intothe I
children be vaccinated against t I "When will the war tart?" III night In 1923, a deserted baby :make-believe, one day came PIe house. "BuJ Jbe children
lay in its rlb.'J. fam- I
smallpox before entering school.j the question almost everyone In realization of a real home, away 1 knew tier for an angel In human
Nor, la then I law requiring that Europe I* asking: :"icI:: SouthernCollege' ily, looking down into Its mournful -I front the roar and danger of the form, with the biggest heart In the
prayed that they be
they be protected against diplh president M. Spl- city street, for 29 little children Of world and the most artistic eye"
siabuNMjl l parents who wish tosafeguard ,I vey, from Berlin. of acceptable in God' light for a life I Faith Mission. Johnny Jones of Florida his BO more Interesting .
service in the
children against needles "I don't believe It will tart at can helpless carnival fame had heard while In place than raltji Mission, where a '
little one Faith Minion born. \
suffering and possible death ,11-not soon, anyway Dont misunderstand was I Tampa of a mission where littler trust that 1* counterpart of the '
should be lure to have It done. .1' me. I don't lay that Without friends or funds, Fred j I children lived on faith alone His faith that move mountain an<

"Mothers, are asked to have their I know. But my observations Markert a missionary Just landedIn I I kindly heart was touched and him parts the teas, provides a "havenfor
children protected against these.end reading In Europe) have per- Tampa after his return from quietly offered check of $SOO made, homeless babies" The f>eaufuful
"..... before they en* yearo14. J lauded me pint we are not on the! the field began a wondrous work'possible I the removal of the mission -'!I I creed of Uie MarVerts and
A. great many of them haveIf verge of a great war. The very with the help only of his wife and to Itt present location I their worken who serve each dayof
attended to. tfeverthclcsi, | fact that so many people are ex- two daughters:! Somehow, from On the shores of the Gulf of I every year without pay OR: compensation .

many of,ui pe Inclined to put oft[i petting It will have a tendency toIre somewhere the empty building was, Mexico, twenty-five mile fronT Is expressed: In a pimple
tv 4rwvr tote thing of this, prevent Ijt.'True' tilled with.. Jutmturs, food and]j|I ,mpa, was established a youngter1 : yerse: iAa .
kind, neglecting our children. Ire (U Europe 1* getting clothing were lent, the) monthly ( paradise. -the only real beme angel paused: }It ,fcll Iowa
'During the past four ready for war. But even this rental was always provided when i mission little ones had ever known.A ward flight 't'.-'

1132, '113. U34 1935, there yean have I tend to make I nation think seriously needed-without appeals for funds! large building containing With. Seed' r of Truth and.." love and"
and never a request for assistance" 20 I JJght, .
bedrooms the [
he former
| pefore begins to fightpress Blue Hr-
smallpox been forty reported time .|to amity tbte,state cases, y MIn (;:I Britain <. working day and from the Morkerte. ...Th-flr Jij-!lean betel at Crystal Beach, prevMei \\4ivt ,bf. sydilve, ))read this,
< stole of Maryland, which j night;building ship;,airplane and' Ue white crib was. oun*pllbmd|: ample room tor everyone, seed be *ovn TV,
next to another and then another.: with each To bring most fn4lf 1Ylied' it It
j lather war $material. bpd storing ? child tucked into his .
Aa population
..x, 4 From each peeped forth the,(low- grown?' I 11
Mme a* florid Nobody who U up food clothes and everything-! own cozy little bed kt nlghtfaB.
I The Master heard, and aid, as be
one need when war come Spacious ground shaded by large
\P.. exposed to smallpox i* safe from '
It unless he has been vaccinated "France I* doing the same thing.I In a few hour,' destroy many ofGerman's tree provide playgrounds with armlet}; .
"'., .. "A tare mean of protection I came away tram the great parade cities?'Of course, they swings, slides, tables and chain, Co plant It lee me to |h heart,

.,' against dlptheria I* what I* known: Peru on Bastille Day fully cost- e "The sand boxes and other playground pf s chiid.-- ;..
Mar.kerU '
!Iin "God will the
provide, .
a> Tpxold, and we- are beginning, that France la prepared to English are not eager to equipment' dear to the hear! $f Faith.**
to see tht resultg of irnmunlxaUon'agolnet j make I showing In any man's war. get'into war, but woe.to. that nation childhood. A park, beautiful AJ to their Mission .
:t: thai disease In the gradual 1 I "Germany Italy and even the that seeks to upset England's witty flowery and play "coop filled li. dose, _

\" decrease In the number of cases United States are aiming ** never present status) Who would thinkof with laughing babies, and an .
"Otflcairel puttered
reported In Wt there were T3S j before In the history: of mankind.But trying it? adjoining shallow beach Invite the Offiealrar1 arrived and excited \
, recently ,
zi cameos of elipUierU reported In r\or-I I this doe not mean, we shall Italy bnt going\ to fight Ger- youngster to sunshine and henJUj.tu Frenchman t to the burley police-
) beach
i r' ida Last year we had 426 case, have war to the Immediate future many. Who would help Italy. a private recreations. Nearby Is man. "Which b se opposite side ,
of which 88 died. No death from Tor Germany to strike at And Germany and Italy are not county and school provided by the, of xe rtreer"" /
f this decease should have occurred franc would mean suicide for going to tort a fusa with France. school bull and the mission has 'I Why ever there of eourse,"
( had all susceptible persons been both nation Germany might They know very well that England automobile providing replied the astonished cop point
I immunized against It destroy much of Purl before Its would be on the pot at once with transportation All ;Jia: Ing across the street. ,
"We are looking forward to the air force could' be driven away vast resources. come through the faith of the NarkerU ;' "Z ts what 1 thought," replied ,
h time when we) will have a* clean But what about France's air force I "War te possible, but not probable men and the love of numbeiless the bewildered Frenchman but
j date fog diptheria a* have Dont women throughout the a man over there told me lie was fit
s .. we !, you think they could, with-, This I* my gun*'" country during the yean In whlcfc opposite '!Ik,"--Ix.

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I .i KS to 400. Obvtoualy, pl nom & e 'Jp. F. A. Newt

1I 20 Years Ago: NUTS QO\.1S ea use the t the battery starter' but Is in a Brest normal drain use Rr Vial Shankkln 1

its guns oonaumptlon< I* quickly .
tt Mad up by the generator "' ....._._ .

I 1IIIIItmmnmnmunmnmnntttltttn( ( 1t ,); ... .. ,_ roan to the starter, the heaviest At Wr Regular steeling last
placed tttt i
1 on baltaty *
night the chapter decided to
.... Mint* ass mn wra to supply one o! the smatleet of
Mt1w.. .... .. accessories, the Cigar lighter,
. sump,.... _I..... tea.. ... beta
ter The
houae wan will
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1 w use T to I ampere' almost aamuch be removed to make a larger meeting -

81, 1916 aa the head Bghts. A wtndshelld room.
mar.nnr defroster aim use I amperes On Thursday elf. the coming
"Tom Peter, the tomato king, li .Jae and a car heater 31," more. week a house warming will be
: getting ready for winter cropping A pOt light draw i.TS ampere held for boy of the ninth md
-. "There are still other accessories tenth grades who will be eligiblefor
-"The addition to the Borne drawing more or leas current vocational agriculture this coming
Packing House 1* nearly completed. .lSl/J- such a* fog-lamps, cooling fan, year Refreshments will be t
When finished It will be. one fender marker, head light beam served and motion pictures of the ,
\ of the largest buildings la town Indicators and, of course, electric Texas Centennial and the Kanaaa
'Miss Catherine Ewtng leaves dock*-the last named Rising virtually tour will be shown. Tommy lloffett -
no current and Frank Irwin will be In
for la middle
lOOn through the "The total current Used by all CIlia
charge of arrangement for
. relatives In Sansas.
visiting -
feat these accessories Ik much greater function.
I err than the capacity .( the electricalsystem
J. a Clonlnger and Paul Shank-
-"Last Thursday afternoon aey ; however those that draw
oral dadies the heaviest current the Un were named as a committee to
met at the home ot Mr* starter
Spell for: the purpose of organizIng and cigar lighter, are used only confer with the Florida City council -
a club. The font thing they briefly, and other are seldomused at its next meeting about the ,
rr", did was to select' name end of "wt\ 0.1t.' ....0aIIe..UsM....u." aU at the same time." beautification Gt the highway be-

I'l several' suggested they decided On "i1'rail90 Aljnals are .e1 .l.XI'J> :. means -.iilt.- host tween Homeetoad and Florida
City. The chapter would do the
tai the ono offered by Mrs. tbomls P4 to aid the orderly flow iUp M It and |*t through bete. i Baptist Church to Have .
and the club will hereafter be traffic. They are timed In fairness she turn red." Birthday Celebration beautifying.The
known 'as the C. DV Then they la all elected officer: President, tin. ITS and peaastrians-audit WoBld caution and with dua" rw*. Well: I Homecoming services will be the state winning annual report
least a simple eactasr to -eIIq the visits of Mhara, not g hal been lent en to the -national
Budd Vice-president, :Mrs Brooker :- lhaa. :.l-review Gl'tM'dea bUt.1* held tn the First Baptist Church
; secretary, Mrs. Spell; treasurer, rator&L OWVAJ would out tf m U nh that on Sept 8 la observance .f the contest
Mrs. :Twedell;; frtss reporter, MrtIvans. Ikat driver* need to bt .. IndicateInvolve "...'. l.take, si.ercd- twenty-seventh ...DIIl..ryof .A rail U being made to the community *
I : . '. k* *.'their'nitanlBf. i ant to Traveler Snsuravoa Coax the organization of the hurch by the chapter for all the
-"Mr. end Mrs 3 Cnenran announce RED Meaaa 'Mop,* bet Now PEIQT mavla aawnsi .. .Oy end" which was founded Sept. S, 109 old rag that Can be had for use
Icrwn, make BUT no officer I* **>i iigh be" 1
I.j the& marriage nt their !oldest and than.weak thcoiigK"" 1 Slow lew*, and tlv ten eel There wlU be a roll call a business at clubhouse In the making of
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daughter., Elizabeth Virginia meeting and Installation of rugs. The rags can be left thereat v
(Jennie), to Samuel, fourth and W. V-officers.. i any time. .I"
.j youngest son of the late W. T. Mo- Chevrolet l Engineer Says CoiisbntBaitfery
.jj Xlnl1l)', ,Antrim Co, Ireland,
October R, lll." MJjnivemtnt Necessary

-"I. K Dantj. and family returned
Jo, Homestead front Atlanta
IVtroft. Sept 1 HoW the and tb;; driver .may increase the
Oft Wednesday night They electrical system et the modemTnoUt : diargtnjttate even when the Tights
have been
staying there Iokthe
car has bee* Unpraved ae off by mean et an instrument
last tab month' meeting 6Mfrie Within recent year, to keep up: panel control. batteries have
.ds and
enjoying themselves with the Constantly .f cnUnIde-i kept face With the, generator,
--"Wednesday' afternoon the flatnor raahd placed on It by electrical too. with fettle M no hicrMse tn
Shine club were Invited out to aecessorles, from radio to fog- else,they feonnrin thore plater, and
the -bountrj pone!:I Pt )p ))Lena lights, Was'described by Serties M j hence possess a 'greater reserve .
Fucha .Those preeent were:.Crawford, ehlet engineer rII.bill capacity, particularly advantage
MISS Wind Wallace. Mrt. Lanler, Chevrolet Motor Company it a recent bus tor 'bM rnartind"IJotwtths6Ad1'nt '
Mr*..Tom ferooker, ).In. H Prld- inhering service experts the many devices I
gen Mrs. Harvey Fltepatrti*, Mrs kt Detroll. tow In bee that Vises extra
Lehman Mrs. Skill, Miss Bessie 'No doubt you have, keen asked! demand ton the electrical *7 -
Harris: >faa Othella Fuchs and by torn motorists whether tlteir\ tem, -w have remarkably few NEW THINGS FOR SCnbt1Lbe i
the hostess, Min ten lochs" batteries can stand the addition caw of rundown batteries Mow
-'Mr:; tad Mrs, C. M. Nelson and of more electrical accessories," aday This tmdoubtedly Is because the youagsteri i pew .111& for ached this taiL U'e rear
daughter .f Denis visited' with said\ Mr. 'Crawford. ""HoweVer. y battery that Is gradually
everything: they peed. and desire, hat we have kept price
Mr Ole ttterson. .
many car owners -don't ask? they getting weaker from over use, down to Milt your pocketbook
-"Mr.and Mrs L, C. Smith have just. keep adding gadget{ thai use give the Driver a warning: that
Just returned from an extended up the battery without considering Is, he notices when he uses the ITEAD4UAKTER4: FOR BUSIER BfeOWN ShOfcS
trip to northern cities In Michiganand whether it can stand the load. starter that the 'battery doe not
other states and report a very 'Fortunately, both generator spin his engine with Its usual vigor T. ORFANEDES
enjoyable vacation." and batteries have been Improved This 1s a signal for the driver .
'Russell Moan 'dolled up' and greatly within the last few years to use the manual control on IS B. E .'1.\1.1:& AVE.
went to Miami on Thursday to Generators have been Increased the instrument board to step up
have a good tune." In output, and means of regulatingthe the charging rate, or to conservethe i
-'Mrs. B. A. Waldln occasionally output to suit the demand I current by turning off sons
Invites all the little tot in the have been devised; at the, same i of his electrical accessories .
neighborhood to her house for a time batteries have been given I '"The primary purpose at the
good tune Thursday was one of greater capacity generator and battery are for Ignition -
these red-letter days for the kiddies "Two most important Improve- Starting tad lighting. Ignition
land anyone who chanced up menu In generators are forced air requires only Ite am-
the Waldln home on that day had cooling and load control. The out-
oral evidence of the fact that the put of a generator fall off as Its
little folk were, a* usual, havinga temperature rises; therefore, air W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE
mighty good time" cooling: ha the effect of increasing
Its output Then In tome fears,
"I served two year In the airservice as the Crevrolet, the automatic I FIRE, AttO STORM AND UFB
." control ta arranged to Step k$ the Phone (4H
"1ft the ftous the Senate?" 1
or generator output Whenever the
Office In MeCrory Arcade
:, .
Pastime Scrapbook. light are on or the radio I II going,,

med yon buy robEnf tot liiw br bld prop-

New Stock of Fall Seed arty, get your mon.,'* worth. Be sure that

the roof you pay for win deliver the ,ervlc..

you desire ,
Jitst ArrivedWe

Wt handle Carey Roofing knd Shin jles'1'

products of I manufacturer with over 60 yearsof

have a New Stock ot Tomato/Peppcr. Cabbage and other VegetableSeed tucetatful Uperl.nc. These Proven Roots

for Fall Planting .. We also hue Redland Brand Fertilizers for cost no more than ordinary material-get

Every Purpose. tfse Reillarid Brand for Quality and' Quantity . OUT price,

Brooker Lumber Co.

Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.
Phone 62 Homestead, Fla. ,t ta

Manufacturer Redland Brand Fertilizers -. ..



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e Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, September 4,1936

that it'large numbers of ettheni gain the good will of enlightened ha* not -shipped any grapefruit

LEGION HEARS declare thelj Intention to refuse to China and U has been of great advantage DADE GROWERS yet but Its coloring room are full d
to both China and America of fruit and packing and shipping
engage In any war whatsoever that If not to the whole world. I GAIN PRORATE operation ere expected to get'tMaa

GOODREPORTOF there can be no war' believe a universal exchange of der way Ins few days ..> "' ,

"AU of these theories have a scholarships among the nations of,
POST ADJUTANTAll them except the last one. None of! will complete the work of youngster fresh from school
them nor all of them together Insure wiping out misunderstanding and obtained a job in a butcher shop.
(Continued From Page One) When It to closing time his
came ,
They all break down distrust so well begun by the'
but of peace.
Building 3 grade fruit or lower to leave the employer told the lad that Jfjie .
at the same point The misunderstanding churches of the world in their missionary ,
Debt Paid, Not a Dime state hung up the meat and locked the
and mistrust of work. It would not materially -I
Owed Elsewhere I Mr. Chandler himself a member shop he could go home.
nations make it for weaken if
impossible any our navy we'
of the control board, presented The butcher returned to the
of these plans to be effective. sacrificed one three-million dollar -
I Dade County's plea against rulings shop next morning and found the
Members of John O Salley post,
Something must be done to clear battle ship and used the moneyIn
I that would have been highly discriminatory lad still on the premises He asked
American Legion meeting in the up the misunderstandings and distrust an effort to understand and be I effect H. the reason for this.
Legion Hall for the tint Urn sine! *. After that any plan will understood by the rest of the showed that this sections small ""Oh" replied the lad, "I managed -
meeting for the
were impended I
work. world.
to hang up all the meat right
heard of the size fruit 1* ready to ship by
summer I report "There U a way to do this. For- Captain Dinny Upton of the Miami cutting fruit from one of Ms until It came to the hamburger

stewardship Wm. J. Geronlmo of the poet adjutant that, tunately we have some examplesthat Beach Lions Club told of a groves, and having member of the -El Paso World New
covering the When Cecil the Beach club will hold at
point way I party control board taste it After eating
period and mad plan to get ai Rhode died he left a large amountof the Royal Palm Club In Miami the sample, they agreed such Some Fruit
member out to
many the next u possible money to be used to provide on Sept 10f to which all club In I fruit was fit to ship, and after pro. "Who was that peach I saw you
meeting Wednesday. scholarship for American postgraduate the district are Invited and at longed discussion the concessions out with last night?"
18 when election of officers I
Sept students In English Uni which W. L Flak deputy district enumerated above were worked "She wasn't I peach-she was agrapefruit.
be held.
will versities. H* also provided similar governor and past president of the ."
A letter of condolence to I mem- scholarship for students from Redland Club will be honored. out.Mr. "Why grapefruit"
ber of the O. H. P. Chandler and Mr. Carter'
poet Kenney, I number of other countries For; George D. Reuhle mad I three- "I squeezed her and she hit me
death of nil father M. P. returned early Thursday morningIt
on ,
many years now two students minute talk on the first and second in the ey.Ex.Playen .
at Homestead Thursday was, their second trip within a
Kenney, on -,
from each of the forty-eight states points In the Lions Code of ethics.
read the week to Lakeland In the interestsof ,
of last week wa by
have been studying In England Program Chairman Sam Davis presented '
adjutant and approved by the The effect on the relation of England : -' the Naranja Trio: Chas.Elcbenberger Dade County grapefruit Learn
I and shipper. Mr. II'Ow-I' American Boy
membership er* The
and America has been remarkable saxophonist, and
In hit report, Mr. Geronimo said who 1* managing secretary of JtedI
It I II almost unthinkable Willard Hendenhott and X. I
that with the approval of the; who land Citrus Grower Association, tan and room mm who rent to In-
America and Graham accordion
England artiste
building trustees, I new roof had could become involved in a war, today played several selections said :yesterday that Chandler's: Prate,e tbelr their hurdling.ars.1 urea.lids, tMir t--: ::;
been put on the post's quarters atcost clear, forceful and reasoning presentation -: or ".Ir bull.........'n.. tar ..lilbTtho. ....
To those who attribute the .....
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All of facts In Dade County's! bAMEandRICAN
a of 1500. payment on fact of these amicable relations M bV b HM.V t. TBt
the building have been met when NEGRO GOES ON behalf was Irrefutable. Among: BOY numiliM and following the sports
to the Influence: of a common race ttrrfawi and HrtkM. Itartal that .p_
due or ahead of time, with the remit -I and I common language let me I other things he pointed out that seen .....th.
1 dealers the smaller for the remise year staff writes haw
that there only S371 unpaid many prefer
reply that we did fight twice and TRIAL TONIGHT to two .! the tnaun football tMnM
balance on the mortgage assumed have had the bitterness of those :size fruitA 1ft the "U7'-III.- and SoorWrmNMhodlM
when the post in 1833 purchased i of -for first .bard tip. at struts.
total of 14 can grapefruit .
struggles to overcome. Forty- blocking. bell nrrrhil swdie. and thIn
the building which had been builtto five yean ago I heard Dr. Robert FORFATALSHOT I has left the Redland District since ( points at HIM Play. They ben writ..

house the Homestead post office Noune one of the greatest platform shipping started Aug 31-nine M the but,Hon... .he .at Bobblt masse AUAiMrt.M
'from Silver Palm Citrus Growers Thor have interviewed famous tnekottlM
lecturers of the daylv. his
Ilk. Rambo II..... and Bob Sin.1H. *.
The Homestead Legion post lecture on John and Jonathan. i (Continued From Page One) I Association in Redland and five ..... ." COM to UN Unlwmllr erf Ok...
"does not owe I dime," the ad- Jonathanwas from Redland Citrus Growers bona to ...n...... ...11... and
said. Commander Frank John was England neck and coming out through the to Notre Dmmt far the .tan Or
jutant America. I remember vividly throat Association in Homestead. TheHomestead the bulletins ot a owes kukittoll Mm.
Rue said he knew he expressed the dramatic oratory of Dr. association expect to ployersM.immeewt.lf.moos. ..bMfWII.
Although not brought out at the ... ea
the sentiment of all present in. saying Noun a* be labored with his thereto ship three more before the Week 11I11-11I_.. ........ to I.lIe1.. star' at
Inquest investigation prior
that the healthy condition. of .1I.0\It, and the Redland house will how as 'toy ";
two hour
audiesto for nearly Indicated that the trouble between AMERICAN BOv'frtlon I* jammed with
the post treasury and post quarterswas ship as or more. bow
asj attempt to correct the misinformation many Instructive k..0. WUm
due to Mr. Geronlmo's com Hughley and McCloud did not begin outh Florida Grower at Goulds M Nag ..... nm*. AM use mead tho
of tie American people had _......
at the ball game but m.rshr 'II jammed with ea-
bit of
administration ef
Patent U) regard to England. It i* dlffiouK started elsewhere earlier In the ._10.. vocational help and rtleUlmur .ltaI'

lice, for which N ftctlna DO fesnuneration. tor those who did not live at day. These fact and other will pulling on tTh.. 'three shot Yob a Wv'U..It track ..... lsab'
.... .... ilow aardw.A.m. .
at W famous .PI.
1M time to realize how bitter wa
probably be brought out -in the were right behind ach other. He -. ..d U/mmlt. fosses.
tile'ladling of American against preliminary trial. Mr. Kendrick didn't pt DO piece. I was"so.xeltoitbat =. MiinuC 7 bundle stem ::

SCHOLARSHIPSSEEN r tile English. No such feeling yesterday had not yet.definitely I didn't hardly know bow RNA hi TUB konlllu AMERICAN,,_pov.n Red itoDltaMlI VMS am.._Hit

I exist today and no such feeling determined what charge be would, it a'". I didn't have time.to run.I I 10 frame.. ..atth n.lm" Then M <.. week
14 t tnn
will exist wain 10 long as there ismutual place against the prisoner but In shot fast a* I could." T tor tlwiiMMto .tutus eb.__
WAY TOWORLD understanding between the dicated that It would not be.less The pistol was a 21 alibre five- .rt just M worlrfollowlM, THE;.AMtRI-.

two countries. than thin) dejrreo murder, from shot JSmlth &: Weston. Two cartridges I CAN A.UIS.LCXN HOY good BOY rour, 14JO::=ar.

PEACEContinued ,"Another example of the work- which it can be reduced to manslaughter In the chamber leis unexploded add tMtraJt_, tl Mich for. EnokiM a r..ro' .tmburlptlo. SI.NIL for
lug et this principle Is teen In U fact in the trial warrant but showed marks of the 1 Ibrw yours. knit add M :i- wantthe
I the action of the American government hammer having struck them. nbicriplloa. t* so W *.
_On knmun* IS MUM torn
: after the Boxer Rebellion in Inquest witnesses, all colored
( From Page One) I ChIna. W* received I very large Included Robert Jenkins, Charlie

Training for Citizenship" i amount of money from China as Ingraham, Henry Pride, Leonard

'The highest form of citizen- i Indemnity for damage done to our Settles Tommy Houston, Lovett
ship Mr. Core said, 1* that which 'citizens during the rebellion. Whenwe Beckham and the defendant himself -

Is actively! Interested la peace forth received that money we said I Hughley said: We'll Help XX7p

;' whole world. The whole vast to China: 'We will not use this "I was standing looking at the

program of the church is planned Indemnity for our own expenses boys playing ball when I heard

with this In view In ell its department : We will use it to pay for the expenses Lovett Beckham say 'Look out!' I .

*. I of Chinese student who turned and he (McCloud) had got
Various plans for world: peace I wish to study in American col so close I could feel the pistol You Keep > A rn>

have been tried Mr. Bryan when i leges." It Is a fact that China against my head and I grabbed

he was secretary of stale secured' Is not I warlike nation and we had him and lung him down and got e

solemn agreement from all the I nothing to gain from a military the pistol, and when I throwed It

leading nation of the world.j point of view Nevertheless we did, on him it snapped. I just kept
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Friday, September 4, 1936.u__ THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Page! Seven

Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. Bush and and Mile J. w.jfaew is, sad will
their daughter Miss Nina Pearl, FLORIDA CITY mate the trip horn with Mr. and
returned Wednesday from Headland [Mrs, W W Ret ITT, cas.epondcsf Mr*. Harold Sheffield.
In and Ground Ala., where they took Mrs. -
Bush's mother, Mra. J. L. Brown, Mr. and Mri. Frank Germain: Mrs Hannah GrlimoM and son,
who spent two weeks with Mr. and announce the arrival of a ton, HarM, moved Wednesday from
Mrs. Bush and her son and daugh James Bernie born on August I the Hunter cottage on Avenue B
Homestead I ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. H. L. at St Mary1 Hospital ID Knoxville to the Mullint property on Seventh -
Brown. Term Mr. and Mrs. Ger- street
main will return here shortly and

, Mrs. H. G. Hackler and son. again occupy the Batchelor house Little Aubrey Langham returned -
Carl Wagner, principal of Red- pounds, and Mrs. Scott ar* re- Otha and Mrs. Hackler's brother on the Dixie Highway In Florid Monday from the Kendall hospital -
land Farm Life School together I ported to be doing well Mrs and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs City. Mr. Germain has farmed where she was taken for
with Mrs. Wagner and their three I[ Scott before her marriage was John Graves of Miami and their here for tevera11Hl'L treatment last week. .
children returned early ;yesterday Miss Jaunlta Clark son Kenneth, returned Monday
morning from Durham, N. C., from a two-week trip that took Charlotte Geronlmo, daughterof Mr and Mrs. Carl Schumacher
where Mr. Wagner had been attending Mrs. E. A. Ennls I I. In Dad them to Saco. Me.. where they Mr. and Mn. Wm. J. Oeronlma and baby and Mr. and Mrs Cecil
the summer session ol County hospital recovering froma visited the father of Mrs. Hackler who ii the pat of her uncle and Johnson of South Miami were
Duke University. Before going to major operation performed Mon- and Mr. Graves. aunt Mr. and Mn. M. C Carlin of guests of Mrs. Blanche Chapman t
Durham, the Wagners visited in day. Bayiide, Long bland, spent the Sunday. .
Mount Vernon, Washington and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Colter, their month of August their summer '
Plttsburg, and spent several weeks Wm. Edwards, son of Mrs. Virginia son-in-law and daughter Mr. and home at Whit Lake, Sullivan Co.. Mrs. Nina Brandenburg of Miami -
In Indiana with relatives. 'Edwards, left Wednesday for Mrs. J. T. Martin, and Mr. and N. Y. pent the wekk-end with her
Atlanta where he will begin his Mrs. Martin's daughter and son, parents,"Mr. and Mrs R. E. Scott
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Fifield returned senior year at Southern College of Miss Nellie Mae and Elmer are Miss Mable Robertson arrived
Monday from a one-month Pharmacy. spending the summer at Cape Sa- Sunday from Lawton, Okla, for a Little tints Scroeder was
vacation trip to Columbus, Ga. ble. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Coker of 1 abort visit with her father W. F. ill last week.
and Jacksonville. Mr. Fifield South Miami spent a week In Cape A. Robertson, and her titter Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Faust and
I Mr. and Mrs. Ted Walker and ;
Mattaon. Miss Robertson
Sable recently and took Mrs. Coker *
two week at Fort Bennini
spent sons. Rex and Dale, and Emory baby returned last week from
near Columbus' the reserve of back with them so she would be plans to leave soon for the
Deerlng, returned Sunday from a4,500mlle Wanda Godfrey, N. Y, where they spent a
ficers' training school to which his near her sister, Mrs. E. W. Martin Philippine ?
trip through the East: the summer. '
a tint lieutenant They are of Hialeah. who was In Miami '
In an aerocar. -
at present staying with Mrs. Fl- hospital Last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doxse* left Monday for Mn. H. M. Brown returned Saturday "
Mrs. J. T. Coker and Mrs. Coker Moline III, where Mr. Doxaee Is
field's mother and father. Mr. andMrs. from a one-month visit with .
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Cook their ; 1U at the Lutheran Hoi.pltaL
motored to Everglades where seriously -
C L. Hook but plan to move relatives in Georgia and with her
nephew A. H. Jarratt Jr., and Mrs. Coker visited friends over' He underwent an operation -
soon to the house north of O. B. daughter. Mrs. E. A. Durance In
their niece, Miss Ellen Huff returned there Aug. 27.
the week-end. She returned to on Shirley
Parker's residence on North Krome West Palm Beach. Mrs.
venue. I Tuesday from Winston Salem Cape Sable with them on the boat, Dean and Joan Doxaee are guests accompanied Mrs. Brown to Flor-
N. C., where Mr. and Mrs. Gertie T. of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Scott duringthe ida City and will spend the week
I Cook and Mr. Jarratt spent a month I absence of their mother
Mrs. Frank Skill with her and Miss Huff spent three weeks. here.
I Mrs. J, K. Whitaker Is recovering -
daughter Miss Elizabeth who had I Mr. and Mrs Edward Stlllng I Mr. and Mrs: W: T. Willis and
from week' illness at her
been attending Juliette Lowe camp I Mrs. Sherod Poppers of Jessup, a left Tuesday by automobile for a family moved this week from the t.
for girls at Cloudland GaH returned Ga., Is visiting her brotherinlawand tomt. visit with relatives and friends in Lee sawmill addition to the E A.
Friday from a six-week sister Mr. and Mrs O. B. Detroit. Thompson cottage on Avenue B.
tour during which they visited Parker. Mr. and Mrs GUI Cormartle and
relatives and friends in Frankfort, two children and Mrs., F. A. La- Mrs. Cha Becker and daughters Charles Farhara of Miami Is i
Ky. Ounston-Manor Va*.Atlantic Theodore Franklin returned Gette all of Chosen, spent last Misses Ronelyn and Isabel visiting his uncle and aunt Mr. I
City, New York City, Wilmington\ Tuesday from Miami where he week with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil who are staying at Miami Beach, and Mrs. Hal Parham this week. _

;Washington, D. C., and Blacks- was the guest of Ross Jay on a Walker. spent Thursday in Florida City. Mr. and Mrs.:-Chester Hunter of :
burg and. Spartanburg S. C.
four-day fishing trip. Both boys Monday guest
South Miami were
Mrs. Skill's mother, Mrs. J. I. Tur- attended Camp Cloudmont this Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Foulk and Mrs. Lake Delta with her children of Mrs. J. K. Scott Little Bunny "
nage who .ceomp ,her.JlOrth summer. son, John returned Tuesday from and Harold Delta returned to Hunter returned to South Miami awith ;
remained to (pend the winter 'hi New Jersey and North Carolina her home here on Sunday after after visit of several
-. .Washington .d.Fraak Skill, It, Mr. and Mr; Tom LuVUsyand: where they hare been spending the 't visit of several weeks with Mrs. : with them his grandmother a .
. 's the ojljrr .member? .oJ the-party. their daughter,Martha Anne and summer. S. T. Robinson of Lexington, Va. day -
tcmisMd la Vtosltuid.. If...1.,to attend Jean, returned Monday from Hen.denonrille ---- Mr*. Boyd Cohernour who *ccomanied Mr. and Mrs. W. WSevery and
. ,' .the'Vtaelard Training School N. G< where. they spent Mrs. Virginia Smith end Mien > Mrs-JDeiU north remained daughter returned Monday from ;
. for Boy. a month. Nellie Davis, both of Miami, spent In Lewlsbur with,h er parent,Mr., a week's stay at Miami Beach.! .l
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry _..
Mr. and Mrs W.'R. Bird Teturn- Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Garuj.expect Cooper ,
.J *d Monday from, ..Ja k!Soaps. tc.-leav next week for Orlando I "
Beach where they enjoyed a visit where they will make their home. S. S. Beam and Paul Beam. of
with M" RI...*'. t.n_,,..Mrs-Ayn>. I r'. ._.. Homestead who ar*'spending the
L Bird and his brothersinlawand I Misses Antoinette and Helen summer Cherryvtlte, N. C.. were
sisters Mr. and Mrs. L. D. I Moye; left Monday for Texas. On In Homestead this week on busi ..
Jones of Jacksonville and Mr and I their return they will visit relatives ness. S. S. Beam will return to
;,, Mrs J. < M.:Root of Baton Rouge, I In Georgia. They plan to Homestead In about two weeks
La., who also were visiting in ; be gone a month. with his family and Paul Beam
Jacksonville.Mrs. i will return In about a month. J
-,- Mrs Curate Joiner; is suffering I
C. H. ,teffani and three 'from a foot injury received Mon- Miss Lola Roberts who has recently
daughters, Misses Helen Katherine day. completed a course In the
and Ruth, returned Monday I Homestead Business College is now
from a ten day tour through the i Mrs. Chas. Talbot of Miami, the employed in the county courthouseIn
t state in the course of which they former Miss Nandes Simons, ll Miami
visited two other daughters.. of Mrs. I I spending a week with her Barents,
Steffanl!, Mrs. Robert Reely in I Mr. and Mrs. Jay Simons 'In Red- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hardee and
I Orlando and Miss Anna Steffanl, : land. Mr. and Mrs. Simons other family returned yesterday from
;who is attending school in St. i daughter Mrs. Jerry Kavney and Shellman Ga., where Mrs. Hardee
Augustine. I her husband and two children have and the children spent the sum
I moved from Miami to Troy, N. Y. mer. Mr. Hardee packed fruit in
Joe Burton Jr., returned Saturday Maryland and New Jersey. During School Time Is Here
from Ann Arbor Mich, where I Mr. and Mrs.: R. O. Walser returned their vacation they visited relatives -
he attended the summer session Sunday, from a twoweektrip near Colquitt Ga.
of the University of Michigan.\ Joe I to Lexington, N C, and Washington
Burton, Sr, ,ii''expected to return Mrs. Walser had spent Miss Marie Borgardt of Red- And So Is Shoe Time!
today from -a business trip to the preceding ten weeks In Atlanta I land Is spending this week with
:Atlanta. I with her mother. Miss Ruth Fredrick. i

..,-- In a few days your youngsters will be ready for
Mr. and Mrs.. James R. Bird planJ \
to leave Sunday for Jacksonville -. - 17 -'" - school-and we know they will want a pair of our
- .,.+ where with Mr.theywill Bird's mother.spend two weeks new Fall Shoes. The leathers are durable, thei
I Any i
J" permanent wavewon't )lasts comfortable, and the styles are exactly
Mr. and Mrs. Theo J Bleier returned -
Tuesday from Miami Beach right I These shoes are marked at a price you can w ,
where Mr. Bleier served as Y. M. f do ?
C. A. and Y. W.: C. A. instructor afford to pay. ;
several weeks. Eighty-three I .
for : .'
'l Boy Scouts were among those in TW pear yaw wee max be perfect OXFORDS AND STRIPS IX
, his Y. M. C. A. classes. Mr. and .-with a ftnumnt fnatt oi earls ALL COLORS AND
Mrs. Bleier are now living in the ( ""the atpe ol your..... ThM'i ib* SIZES
,; Dyal apartment.Mr. tied we give JM wide mumirc
for we M the antraadoMflf himem ... '
. and Mrs. Edw. Scott announce login* Method, with bMCuacoe awdwalcat ..50HERMAN'S
.j' the birth of a daughter, .. .lei. awes es card a-iae 1
Thelma Mae at their home Satur- Sadma '"SIIopp..aet ., tnmf **/\i* PAIR _
day. The baby which weighed -'. it for yea...coding N M V V I
a few ounces less than three riUI.Bush's, I


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Pue..Eigh; _., ...__.... -THE tEA > R- NTERPJ lSE i Fridav: ,''Sf umber: 1,1 .


II. : Social Events in South "' e,1'

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I 'FOR JOHN WniCOAKD Reitwuhmerjts Verb served by :
BRIDAL SHOWER IN McLEAN HOMEA Mr. and :Mrs. Bevo Webb ecUr-: the hostess. I The spacious lawn M lovely

tamed with monopoly at their Others present were: Jd... W. L. Clynrton Hammock on East Mowry

miscellaneous shower was Close, Mn. 8. E.: Livingston, Mrs.: I home Tuesday night I* honor of' Smith, Mrs. L. L. Caanington and Road was the scene of a birthday
given for Mrt. Fredrick KuTeldl Fred Redd Mrs. Andy Terberg Mrs. Webb's brother John Which- Mrs. A. E. Smith. party given Wednesday afternoon
by Miss Pearl WhItaker and Mn.t. I Mrs. A. D. Smith, Mrs Sam Engel ard of Hattiesburg, Miss. who Mrs. Henry Olson was hostessto by Mrs. Tracy ChUrnm tor her
r McLean at the McLean home i Mrs. Homer Davis, Mrs. Dave! will spend the winter with them., Circle Two which elected Mrs. little daughter, Thelma.
yesterday afternoon. Mrt KuJeldt Kufeldt Mrs. Henry Borgardt, Miss Ruth Tower and Albert Reitz, T. E. Kirby, leader; Mrs. Homer Each Il'meullt on arriving was
before tier marriage Aug. 20 1 Mi Cotch KofeUt, Mrs. Marie won high score prizes. Davit, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. welcomed by Thelma and her
.V.i Miss Emllie Fredericks. Kufeldt and Mrs. David Fredrick. Others present were: Miss Emily Annie Butler, personal! service Mother, and was served trult punchby
Payne Mlsr Annie Mae Booth (Continued on Page Ten)
The screened porch, the living Those Invited to come from live: Min Jean Tarman' Miss Trances, Mn. Barney Bishop who assisted
'toom bet the dining room were 'to six o'clock; were 11.... Harold in the entertaining.The .
Dabney :Miss Hazel Pennlngton;
>eauUfuUy decorated with floor Oxford Mrs. Fielding Ruff, Mrs. Miss Tower, Clayton:: Lehman,' W. M S. CIRCLES children were then taken
stands and vases of gladioli!, fern Lee Bemecker, Mrs. Ovid Sullivan Earl Cstet, Carl Deden, Garland TO MEET SETT. IS out on the lawn where Mrs. J. J.McLendon .
*nd garden flowers. On the dinIng Mrs. Clarence Pope Mrs.Don Wynn Archer Smith and Harry: Individual circle meetings 'WIll and Mrs. Virginia Edwards
room table wa a miniature rerreyra, Mr A. S. Brown, Brown. start on Sept 19, the W. M. S. decided gave 'them an hour'i fun at
jock walled garden whose point Mn. WUburn Reed, Mrs. B. L. at a meeting held In the their favorite game*.
'Of Interest was I fountain of punch. Left, Mrs. Wait Jetfaey, Mr*. 3. f. A CIRCLES. Homestead Mehodlst Church Tuesday Following this the guests wereassembled
:Stepping stones fed through a McLendon,J.f.....Wm. Mussehvhtt, r. W.ELECT. afternoon. The circles have In the dining room
lawn to the fountain, Wnd Mrs. H. G. Thurman Mrs. Oeo. OFFICERS '
grassy been meeting Jointly through the around a table having as Its cen-
bloomed In the rocV.fries Barnes Mrs. Herman Thomas Three of the four circles of theWomen's
flower* tiny ; summer. ter piece a beautiful fctnk and!
Mn. Fritz Rutzke, Mn. B.! J. Dyal, Missionary Golan of the Mn. A. A. Koestllne led the de- white birthday cake decorated with
Mn. McLean, Miss \Vhitaker Mrs. Wm. m Mrs. Can Twedett! First Baptist Church of Homestead votional, and Mn. P. B. Bird, the six pink candles. Here the little
and the bride received the Mn. P. i. Franklin, Mn. Floyd : elected officers at meetings held
guests. president, was In charge of the hostess opened the birthday gifts,
.IrL J. J McLendon and M,.. Ceo. Fogle, Mrs. F. 1:. DewhOrst Mrs.\ I Wednesday afternoon. I meeting. and the guests after singing birthday -
)I. Sonnlchsen served refresh W. H. Woods Mrs. Paul Loaner Circle One which met at the
Mn. J. D. Seda and Mrs. J. A. songs were served! cake and
$nents. Mn. Oeo. SonnWhse, Mn. T. 1 home,of ,Mrs. G. A. West elected McNeil 'Were appointed as a
The group that came from lour Walker Mrs Xdw.: Brooke, MnJ. U.... U A. Wise. leader;; Mrs. C, visiting committee. Ice On cream.leaving, each guest was presented

Jo five tilled a bride's book with L Scarborough, Mrs. Henry R. :Blggen, secretary-treasurer. Present Were: I'I.I.: E. Davit with a toy airplane a* a
advice. and the group that came Brooker, Jr., Mrs. Ceo Gann, Mrs.I Mrs, G. A. West literature chair- Mrs. John Anderson Mrs. Dexter souvenir of the party.
the hour following wrote In a Joel J. Robinson, Mn. Herbert man; Mn. Chas, Martin, mission, Smith, Mn. McNelD Mn. Bird The little guests were: Calvin
.knock, Knock: '*''. Turner Mrs. t. 8. Danxey, Mn study chairman; Mn. Frank Irwin,; Mn. Koestllne, Mrs. C. B. Bentley. Waldron, Jimmy McCiendon, Sylvia -
Those invited to come from four Burley Dandy,Mrs.Wm. M.Johns,! personal service chairman; Mn.,' Mrs. Mollie Wlngate and Miss Jen- Barnes, ;Albert Hinman, Jr.
to five o'clock Were: Mrs Max Mrs. David Fredrick, Jr. Mn.' A. E. Smith, stewardship chair nie Lobdell. Mary Lou MusaeiwAite, Marion
Loaner MN. Luis & free Mrs. Marvin Shaw, Mrs. W. B. Caves man; Mrs. W. B. Myrlck, Margaret Anderson, JTieese AKman, TecneyFogle
!W, E leanest Mn. C. H, Shaw Jr., Miss Ruth Fox, Misses Esther Fund thslrman; and Mrs Chesley' Clinton Cooper, LillianBluhop
Mrs. c... Murray., Mn. WUmcr and Helen Livingston Miss D0\001 Saunders, social service thatrman ID: 4-H ALUMNAE GO Frances Peyser, Marvin
Cast, lira E: 8 Cu&nger, Mrs.tdw thy Deoen, Miss Mary Bradley, The Re* Alien West,ton of 'the ON CAMPING PAtTY PoyMT: Connie Campbell, Billy
Sitting. Mrs. &, A,1C *ItItne, Misses Alice and Once Hobson,' hostess, led the devotional Mrs J I Six Redland District girls *t> Pwllns, Alene KoesUine, Margaret -
Mn. J. L. Dutton Mrs. Annie But Miss EuTa Cab+pbetl and Via Ruth Saunders presented a program on ttftde4be 4-H AhsBnl Club camping Bah e Dorothy Sinner :3oyce
at Drtyn61d Park near
ler, MM. t. & Redd. Mrt. -/.E. fredrlck. ___ n "Schools lanai in the m Klncdom."The Need MnWise of i Miami party ver.the ...H.... Those Morgan, Mavis Watts AUJee

ChrtettSB CWIteirw.Mn.. Myrick, going from Homestead were: Mrs.1 Kemp Pasta Kemp, Farlby Cato
Two Atk: ID Mrs. Johns, Mri. Sbnutcnsen, MnBBrbtrt and Ray Andrews.
i en "OIrt skim Bnnuence m the Cecil Walker, Miss L* la "Little ;
AT BtaTRDAY ARTYMrs. Tuner Mrs, L. B. De'aJI !\- and Mill PrbdBa I'ftad.I4'iIIe.. Mothers present were: II,., ;
Public SdwottT ad Mn. Martin:
J. E:.Ctose fin Mrprtse I ), Mrs. tbud'e Campbell Mrs. on "Value of Christian T. Margaret and Virginia Delaneyand Bishop Mrs David .Barnes. Mrs.. !
Birthday party for Mr. Cloae andViso Shaw, Mrt. W. TS. taVti.1r.. Met Mist Lois Behrens "went Pete Perkins, Mal 'Win. -Mussel* t
W. :A. Mn. Irwin offered prayer -j treat,
Mary Bradley at.the CloseJiome Paul Reynolds, Mrs. Bruce Vnnls: aced Mrs./: Samden the Redhmd. white, Mrs. Leo Poyesr Met Carl I
on N. X. fourth streetA Mrs. Jt O. Rardln." Mr J. D. PerMns ,! gave Anderson and Mrs. McLendon.I I
futUre of the 'sapper whkh Mrs. "Wtlbum Reed, .Mrs.
I Past Grand
('was hued 0It the lawn 1Was .a Fred knreldt, Mln Elinor Pirym Tie ta1ehdarSept M Miami, Worthy Matron NancyRMiaM and Conductress Helen Livingston
large and white birthday Miss Whitaker, Miss Marguerite
green Mary Ftmnell of Miami, Past/ were guests ot Mrs. Gusile Joiner
>ake, Wollam. Miss Bradley and Misses
Worthy Matron Esther: Livingston Tuesday
and HeUon. ftedland Future farmer
Present Were: Mr. Mr Ivan Alice and GraM
:foltr Mr, and Mn.B. C. Murphy. beach party.
Ilr. and Mrs. L. A. Young, Mr. and lRt.2VMPliiIktt 1tcv Sept 7- JunIor "Woman's Club
r t McHwaln Mr. and Mr DAUGHTER ARE HONORED dance at Homestead Country Club.
$'aul Reynolds, Mr/ and Mn. C. A. Mrs. Given Victor gave a luncheon Sept. Anniversary supper at .
Field, the Rev. and Mrs. Howard party at tier home Tuesday First Baptist Church.
field, the Rev. and Mr A. A. for Mrs. Mary Humphries and tier Sept 6-W.. M. U. meeting in
JCoe Wne. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. daughter, Miss Natalie Humphrieswho First Baptist Church
JField Mr and Mn. S. E: spent the summer at tier Sept. 10 Redland District
,ton Mrs A. S. Mays, LIvIII''j mother's horn in Texas Both Young 'ople'a party at Legion
)J\ld\ d. Margaret and win spend the winter tn Miami hall at t p. m.
field. Mime Esther and Helen where Min Humphries Is now employed Sept 10 Woodmen's Circle: i
[ingston.. Miss Trances meeting.
}Ii*_ Martha and 1< Debne"l Coven were laid for Mn. Hum Sept -Busbies* meeting ol,
Miss Marjorie Moter, ) : phries, MlM Humphries, Mrs. Tom Homestead Business and Professional -
fcetli McHwain,Wanetta and Alene Lindsay, Mrs. J. K Brook and Women's Club at home of
Xoeitllne, Arnold Mcllwsln and' Mrs. Mn. L. L. Bow. .x}
: Gene and Joe Reynolds. Victor.'a- Sept. IS-W. M. S. circle meet-

17-Homestead Home
i )UXfO&.WOMAN'S CltB WILL HAS BCACn PARTY Demonstration Club meeting at tw
FIFE LABOR bAY DANcE The young lieopte" choir of the
9:30 i a. m.
: The Junior Woman's Club of Homestead Methodist Church enjoyed Redland Home Demonstration
Sept IT- -
}lomestesd at a called meeting in'I a party at Miami Beach on Club meeting at 1:30p.JII.
the clubhouse Mctoday tight de- I Aug. !7. Mrs. J. t Close, the .

tided to hold a benefit dance on leader, was In charge. Sept ST-Chaucer: Guild meetIng -
Labor Day. Sept 7, In the Home- Those going were Mr. and Mn.EL at borne of Mn. "L. I* Bow.
: C. Murphy Mr. and'Mrs. dose
anonpay Mrs |van Moser Misses Esther
JnTomanl nub ,KtUbhouttMis bind Halon :ut>Luaton. Miss XOte

Pearl Wbltaker and Mrs, Booth, Miss franfes Dabney, Mill X%, :
t 'Vm. M. Johns were appointed aii Roberta Hall, Miss Naomi Davis CAREand ct
I i publicity: committee and Mrs.oel .I Wines Martha and Edwina Close "
J. Robinson, Mri. Ceo. M. Hisses. "Mary and Helen Bradley t

ionnlchsen, Mn.. Burley pendy I II Muse Ruth Fredrick, Miss 1 va Conner "fJ' Beauty at"bMee.
: nd Mrs. Johns were appointed to Miss Marjorie Moser, Milt OC.-ethe'clI
ticket for the dance. Miss Ruth Tow- True beauty demands .-"f
Mrs. I Annie Mae Booth. Ii'".
Mrs Marvin Shaw and ,tr, Miss Wanetta Koestllne J. G. the best of care at aO tossed

.t jk'ap. )' Bradley were sppornl- .Wynn, KermIt Gibbs, Jimmie times. Whether 70 swish @ ..... ""' -'"
as the September o- Scott Buddy Hall Gene Hunt a wave a facial, a' fOU 'aexsllntor
Donald MeKay. Rudolph Young a manicure, or any of .
.S Present were: Mrs. H. T. Oxford. 'Carl Van Winkle and John Which- the other essential aids
ilrs. X A. Buchanan, Mrs Dandy ird .... to beauty, you'll find
the skilled operators at
Pat's Beauty Parlor
ready to serve you 1'-

Annie Mayhew FitzpatrickGraduate quickly at any time. "
Cmolgvole. Spiral and orut
Combination DiXie

Oberlin Conservatory and Royal PERMANENT WAVES. .

Conservatory tof Leipzig Prices $3, $6, $7


Redland Road, Near Blscanre, Drite: "Phone 1422 i Mime $J -& Home ffildc.v .
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Opener in MiamiTournament lax Sports Columnist Horne Co. Defeats GAMES NEXT WEEK Club f
I Wednesday night will send
Tells of W. R. Bird..last
Tenigot Oontager Pachi ac Co. Horn against Ctonlnger and the
t Won Brooker, 6-2; in Tie wm fie Breaker Lumber OJH aa*> Rote against T.vernier again.

Walter Lynch, who write "Sport the Roles will oppose Tavern Store I
By Burton Team. Potpourri" for the Jackaomrllle As League LeaderThe of Ta r. '

Journal bad the Mark Twain refused to play
following to say
Monday Miami Civic AU Stan
' Behind the three-hit pitching of in Saturday' tame of W. R. Bird and coming W. D. Home win meet Homestead All Stars I golf himself but he once coti

Owen Burton' Department: Store who with Mr*. Bird was visiting In Co. diamond ball team went Intoa Tuesday. OouUs will play W. D. seated to watch a friend play Tty

won from Riverside Park of Miami JaakaonvUle with bit mother and tie for first place In the A league Horne Co. and Burton' Department friend was rather a duffer Teeing

ti 18-S In the opening round of the sisters last week. Friday night when it woo treat Store will play the Rotary I off, he sent cloud of earth flyingIn

Miami senior boys' diamond ball "Dick Bird, former Duval High Brooker Lumber Co, (-' In a well all directions Then to hid i
r", his confusion he said to his guest:
tournament played at Moore Park School athlete, was a visitor to the played game Knnl of Horne Co.
in addition to the regular link
flops "What do think of our
r. In Miami yesterday. beach on his vacation recently He and Thomas of the Brooker team, you '
fine Imposed for such cases. Police heN Mr. Clemens! "Bert I ever
If the local boys win from the baa the,Chevrolet agency at Home- opposing pitchers, each allowed court attaches assert that the new tasted," said Mark Twain a* he

Miami Stadium team this afternoon stead and la doing well. Dick was five hit and Horn got six baseson method i the most effective of any wiped the dirt from bit lip with

II they will play the winner of the quarterback on the Tiger eleven ball of Thomas. sentence yet (mooted. hit handkerchief.-ExSear's .

I the flamingo Park tournament at of 1114 and IMS and there were Barrow, crack Brooker short-

Mlarol Beach park Saturday night few high school: football players stop hit a triple In the fourth InnIng -
"I who could match speed with this .. -
Stanley Wlttkop manager of the and scored on a tingle by -
team, and Mr Wlttkop entertained boy. Running back kickoffs for Thomas who in turn scored on a

the team at their apartment Inf touchdowns wa his habit" I Ingle by Wynn. Lower Priceson

f the Coves building tail night The Rotary sponsored team walloped -
Player going to Miami were: STANDINGS Tavern Store of Tavernier ,
f. Martin Bishop, Clinton Bishop:, Team A. W L Pet 14-4 in the B league game behind : Auto AccessoriesQuality f ;

' : Randolph Cave, Pierre McDsnlel the four-hit pitching of Kelson,
Brooker S J .7M
Ernest Campbell Charles Little who has been playing In the field I'I "
Home ___.__ 3 l' .7SO
Angelo Miitretta, -Winfred Owen, for the Rote The keymen made! I
Gould .1 S J50Clonlnger Cold Crest Top
Cohen 11 error*. I
Wm. McMichael Leggett, "
=: 1 S ..290B 'D.. .
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Emory Dearlng and Harvey and .
LeagueTeam T.rmSt. .k b'a./rr ab b "
t r
Paul Rue.Cloninger. 11,.".'_ lb.. 4 S AiuknwM' Ik I SM e I .
W L Pet .._ .Ik 4 R.rw ft tif I 1c
t Burton' __ 4 2 .66 MCI.d d I 1 1'lImllla'' "a. ea. K rIXrhlal

! Downs Rotary __.._...._u_ 2 2 .500 w.rukukl FiiuTr.pits t I t e IIH"sincere_ ifs r 4 e 8 I/1 I tv c... [I] W.b'eofa '
Taverq Stot 3 4 .333 M._. Ik. <0 e .'...._ p.. 4 e 0M.Kwl.la \
IIIf Who"
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GouldsBurtonSwamps III' I I| UID ( I the apron" .
; -nM IkAlktn I L.s.r rf tIt .
I IfF ... : Z 0,Go.-a. 4N I : i ,
. Locals Shut Out PteJMr Tow Valve ,
Tavernier ;... rf_ ..f. : ::1 Rope Cores
I HOM.II If... I I II 1 .
I Civic League 4-0 I 29c
Clonlnger Packing Co., defeated ; Two .. .. It "J .1 I ToUU ii .
a- .
, .Ggulda, 29-2,0, and Burton' Depanment Rotes Whip LionsThe ..... glOc
Store won from Tavern, = -- : : : : : : ::1: 18 feat bump .. ,J
I lJaDll1a
Store of Tavernier, If-' fn diamond Two k>w hap 0.._., MrK...ho >: be"t I ..
Homestead All-Stars ob- ....
k.ll oH! W. PtaOr I. N.Uo 4 1
t ball garnet oil the lock} Hold tained sweet revenge over the struck out kr. ... PlnoW .. K.IKHI t : kip; Polish and Cleaner 2-Celll'la.hUcht :
Wednesday night off: W Plain t !. S swan, *tt P Pin- ,
Civic League All-Star by a 4-0 *.F I In 1 Inning: Iwlnl ntu-hm, W Pitm I :.
. French! with two double and hut-out and the members of Vt\f\ ..r: ..__ Rub.rU. McCIo t. W. PI. 29r '
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triple, Smith with a single, double I / MrlUiMK" n. Uw*.
Homestead Rotary Club got even ImHk' HkluM. XrtUUmplmi Com Mte 'iriCk .t.
, and homer, and Sullivan with aalni"e with the Bedland District Leans OMwInH ail OoHnn.rut I \t: 0 01" Crest bulb and .a"

I double and a triple led the by winning 6-3, In diamond ball I Quilt leans tel')'' (IUIllUaI.d h\
1 Clonlnger onslaught on two Gould .1 i =SI= 0 = J'OIll-l ... ,
game played bee last night fer li .. N If'tSHmrrt. i ,.I I). tturts.t
t pitcher yie benefit ot the municipal swimming Wlttkoo.. IbO f i Sk Irk 00.e.m. t J
. The Burton team knocked three H daaerow:' { 1 Wax-and Cleaner
pool repair fund C.nv as 4 1 1'aw.bwIll. I Polish Cloth J
! key pitcher for II pits and garnered The Civic All !Stars eliminated ..hn.. d a 0 1'1' 2
! 10 bases on ball which with qnpsteaif; from the district tour.nament M.Caves arahnn lit
h five error by Tavern Store let In last week avUfa a 6-1 win. 11:..... 1 IIRSIilU. Ib I :1 .
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I1ohb.. a 0 OIO.Mulll' rl I Cleans and
14 run. Asa result of the win Last night Lucky Lefty $hefard IN.lllrf 0 .1 was" to bru- for II feet .

. Burton' pulled up a half game hit a home run and a single)' to Totals M (Itotoki II I IBmkw Met lastae, lAdm_ ..11ml
I ahead ot the Rotary Club to lead J lead the Homestead hitting Ma- P4 IIIno

., : the B league. 1 1I lone hit and Deer, two R_ I $10 111S .
a triple .. a I I" |
b, C..I._ .h. lor..... ab aIt 1
head Mlamla slugging Clear Micro Ror
to the -
singles, a Fade.76c
> straw .
adw r If. a r0.agalr MM. TkKW k w but narrow: slow kW.
R Roh' rfA@ 1 0 s. C.mah.B ,M 14. CMwk.ll. .ubk. Thomas: h. _
. .... tap feud Ultofi bid.Speeders 1. T\Iaoo. 0. O\n } the Rotary-Lion theRotes
C"I'' b.t .. lb 1, Jn M Thew .r.-a PM4. Mhop. a.. 7Sc
I i iRnr a.- peal 4 9 Jumped into an early lead torn"Wn.." '
a 1RkMrdwelm. Steelaa :... .e ... O...... .
In the first IJ:
I five runs
...ed. I J.h,*k... 0 I a by scoring a .lord t I I6uI I. ,
C..I. Ie. piping. Each team hal now won ..
=7* 4 r .f. f: i 0stv.fi Sentrrtcediacksonvllle sear ..y1.
"' fs
' 't* 1 'IO. o uiM..t i i a gape and the deciding game

amnia .t11: pfWTata4' fJ 1 yet t. be played. It ha 'beenppsltponed To SJ;;; {tot Det Car
until Sept. IT because I Durable Auto lack Quality Tire Pump

:... H.J Tidal f WHMTwo vi tip tUflrjct, meeting of Llop In Sept 4 (FNS-

..... Miami on Sept 10 Employing the demoli h 4 death 110 69c
Goulds I 5 :C:i I i ;1::
Th Civic Alt Stan swill return ear In which four person were .ad. B'.ary .h.

WM hip. M.lhto. IMmto Kiahsrd-. here Aexi Monday night la meet recently killed In an automobile .ate Iafopek. Carry far

m HIM. .soy...... t qt, Sulll.klr..*..Sulllv.TWA". rr mkk'i k.f ;. the' local an stars In the second. accident, Judge Munccy! Anderson ::t '.err l.d.IHCIeIt

Ckmlimr; koAwniM: fmtOt R. ix*.:.l game of a 4ou 1e-beadef. has devised a unique and effect
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*> playa t OoM.lM to The lipeups and scorei last tlve punishment for traffic and
Graham bas. "( p
: N as S.
W.lhl. I' CUnllun I. hU'. :'i ulrwii night-, rffQu14 spend Wanders I
es bf Vh.nkU I I, Ckalna.r IkKH. pffQoilnnr "" '. ar.'Q4-STAB- 4
4 !. I tnnlnn sit gh.nklla 14 :Those convicted La Judge adenIm'
In I Hnlnmtil' B.h.m |l tat I hi.lnn. P.'all" court 0f recklesj driving
rff M.tW. I l I. .. vkmtaic (tokslnnli.
,. A UtWe girl siting! to _church and speeding in
M (: Ina "IMMirimmI / i manner dangerous : FIBRE
.'Cbwklrw arrant I. Dxliwtfri : Watching 4 wedding 'suddcnjj .y- to life of themselves and other COQL
ek TtMW t lCwpbJl I
Cr.h., BnUfU s. Bfck r..... I. o"Mummy} the .I are sentenced to sit for an hour in:
tmplr'w) c..p&.1I.I __.. bas ladfehangedher the death machine and consider SEAT COVERS

H.ha9, eb ..T.... Ik .k r mind?" possible fatal results of their so- I ,
1If' V. I i'BUMU i TUTiat do you mean?" the mother -
K. 4 I .<4(km. .. I Ii I
.t:: i 4 I asked.
aao.eswl b..ItS .iSIt 1Cmnabail 'Why' replied the girl, "she !
a 4 a 1 tC.
66b. us I a 'MrICIei.b I 1 I. went up the aisle with one man DR.M.A.BERGERDentist
Lktkr. pert. I I''W.Plnwty of tI I and came back with another"
.'rntt .f.. I I UPbnx: rf IMcMlckMl
: :
rt I 0 AKrnnr If I Atlanta Constitution.
Own r t Jir-Fliwnr Sk I s I IIR.ryd

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;: ,'?:,'1i M11J" TdqM 'j1'-h Willie ,.ap being. measured' for N. J rg Q)a 4yenugUpstairs
nt. a t. No..I Sr6t $ .toPr4er.adt fat
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T._ .... r'I" 4r" clothe

I ,.: 1'tilw ;.liar .'pat'. 1tet1.; ';...a:..wt.kwfs .1 padded"Do you mi little want Rum the," faked shoulder she4'2iawv Pig;* VwnQOSH a: o-i3o

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:! ..... "-' : "who' it W. 'Si.d.ra ." spld Wlllit r3igouJccapt. > '. 01 ArTOINTMKNT '
t bus lilt, J.tllo 0 too J Mul.eat ..fft.O "pad d/i/ pant*--tf. .. Standard Split lackCoach er
a M 1 incl.''' .11 a P.-O" Hr.
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rt.I"Litual I" .'amino awe. =-.i.wwPi. L 5ItIpw EXPEIl1"I REPAIRING: !i .

a. mugs. Alba". 193 059 469
ftmpMrl, C..p4L ..1 4iaarse I HOMESTEAD 1LECTRIGAL HQP 1 I

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For tool tttouBo 4rMng DM thew new regal fibre eojn -

: !. N. r-HM Anmne HHMM IM tritk* mart Improved d.fgu. Ch! pe lstock
! DR if. 3 APRSOfrlee I Uf .
''c..cJ.u11D> wo loaf. tU>ry amac )

pJ.NTJ81'; ,. 't' ". ., .. .- I colors |n blue or tan. -

noon: S ,.. a*. te S p. aa.f i Surveys lflPS

uttday I to Isgeeed I I S-ZAAt.'st.

Saturdays iI i A H LIVINGSTON
frpc Parking Space REcISTEREQ JrIYJL JNG1vER; I '
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:% .. Page Ten THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday September 4, 1936

..'' ... ......._. Plans were Mrs. H. C. Redin dollar to the nriielesi murk tor
; THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER Mrs. Lee Freed Mr Wright Mrs lad.. i Afi
I Reid Mr*. Butier Mils Views, Mrs dollar
\ BY .m u u bow IBHAKIA* Kirby Mr*. Lawrence and Mr*. *""*. '
t u u ____ Obon Mr THEATRE
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01'O Ml T I1ROVR
IIRIMftY nnpMM ture Just give them a glimpse of Circle Three met with Mrs C. gram
t fi.l.r, Wcdm-fey. Thu....,: .-. a. Florida O. Robertson who led the devotional Mr .* 7 and I Admission 2S
.. .... I past SaL and Snn It>
Tit Nay, Friday 10. .1 1 p. MSittunlwy "
I Mrs S A. King presided
I You read much of IIin the
.. ... w
I a m IS M p m TSp Mr J. R. Sbgo.m
Others were: Cram
I days you are cure to be interest)
Any Florida community, town. Rafael Sabatlni new boo Rutland Mrs J. R. Doraey. Un.I Need THROUGH WED.
I village or city Interested In puliilty "Venetian Masque" It I III said /IfI Murphy, Mr*. L. C. Ream Mrs. Mrs. : :
booklet should certain I Sabatlnl "He ha rescued the hi.. I F L. Mcllwaui. Mr*. J. Tom VannMr TEMPLE

f take at least a glance at the book.! I torical novel from the dust I band *. J. R. Pope, and Mr*. S. L.. Abort ALICE FAYE

lit Fort Maltland by A J wear with grace the Inherited West
Hanna published by the Fort Mai mantle of Duma" Bom Ini Circle Four which met with Mr*. I Mrs. :
land committee, Maltland Florid i It ilv. educated in Portugal I anrl A. D. Smith re-eleetted all Its officers Mrs : I
4 It gives I the origin and 1 history 01 Switzerland he now lives In Loi I for another year They ere: Polk
F Fort Moitland, the significance 01 I don. At the age of eighteen. I he I leader Mr*. Catherine Ptckard; the Girl"
1 the site. something of the man who) spoke five\ languages fluentlSa secretary, Mr*. T D Piche; enlistment with t
I Influenced !In chairman I Mrs S H. Fitch; f -
built It and the man for whom ItI Sa' s he was greatly ; FRt
was named. The publication\ his writing by our own Mary personal service chairman Mrs.
I II bv-product of the Rollins r,ologo I Johnston but h* does not very A. D. Smith; stewardship chairman HARDING
j 1 Conference Plan of teachir j ; I much admire Sir Walter Scot Mrs Julia Polk. I' and Marshall
history and all those Interestedthe In I "Venetian Masque will carry 10U The Circle voted to give two ter
story of Florida should avail back to the days of Bonaparte and
i themselves of the privilege of rea< his beloved Army of Italy. The "ThelLadyConsents"
Ing this booklet, 82 page. beautifully days of the Most Serene Republic
printed. Illustrated and well were numbered, they were daYI !
I bound In stiff paper. Worthy a of violence filled with forcbodln ,. Seminole
place on your book shelve While Something about the hero of the

town are spending to much men story, Marc Antoine, remind you DINING SATURDAY
ey on publicity why can they not of your old favorite Sabots BELLAMY
present something of listing vail character Scaramouche. It wiScaramouch
I. to the people they are trying I tot who brought fame THE BEST OF HOME : FAY WRAY
induce to make home in Flqrldi to this author and If any your IN

i Even the little town Hotneitca writer la discouraged he shoo PLENTY OF IT -. "RoamingLady"
and the Red nd., District rould' remember Sabatinl struggled alonl ,

: get together and present a vain twenty-five year before Scars Mr*. GussJe Joiner, : -
t able historical document We I I mouche came to life end put him I 1

; Rave In our ,community write 'on the map.SOCIAL 1 ,
able to write the story; artists all l i.
to make the Illustration. printer
t capable/ of printing the book and EVENTSContinued dI
i as for that matter ot paper. "I !

could manufacture paper from natlve _
I ."' "'1" "''''''" '' '' '
stock we waste and bun
every day Florida really has mud I ( From Page Eight! ) !
hoi chairman: Mrs J. C. Vann miNion
to offer the homeseeker aside I
itudy chairman Mr Pert An ,
rnnng. tot machines and bathinibe "
Jrews. social service chairman;
itiei Some folks are fed up| I '
to'' Mrs, E. L. Lawrence. publicity
on these things and are
It I :,chairman Mr*. H C Reid, visitIng :I -
settle down to living you .
want them to build Florida tu- committee chairman. .

> "' ....""... 1 Uk the other circles Circle Tw
SUMMCRCLUiT had for Its topic "School In the
; 4-11 i Kingdom." Mrs. Olson gave a

: Br Julia France falltvanI .I devotional on "Barren rig Tree." I .
....."""....... .,. i Mr*. J. Coo Vann spoke on "Peac
Br Julia Fraaeea Sullivan Schopl la the Kingdom;" Mr*. Kitty .. ... '. ..
f The 1 X Dub met Tuesday at. !i on "ChrUtUa School; an. ', .. .
y ternoon in the elubroonv with MrfMm I I Missions," :and Mr*. 'Butler, on -

;. Carlson i and her assistant. Need of Christian Colleges" A .,' (:;'r >
Rutfr Hendricks.\ president if UK i I round tabl discussion wjts held! on> } :: : "

} Dad County ,Council, troth ttv ::t:he .\IItI' '1> the Bible in publichools. tCOO
)di.uni J office. t .

The roll'was called MuLeaifli: oni: .
answered telling whether 01 :I
j tiI':
not she made two breacdishes

The. assignments were us follows 7timiu./ AI A

Bring all record books. brlnj I
at least three required article!
finished; tot food and nutrition
make two fat dishes two lean meat
0\ dishes and bring samples completed -

Margaret. Delaney gave a denvbnstratlon
I of whipped cream a..d 111h1p

mayonnaise 1 111111
( Betty Bailey and Mary ant A 1141iFtl9
t Thtlmw Radford, the hostess. f ; ;. 6 1

sei t i'<1 punch and cookie

Those present were: Mrs. Carl-
son Mm Hobson, Mr*. Fred Redd
f Ruth Hendricks, Rachael and Lot.
bell Qrennell, Mary Thelma anc f ,i.
Dorothy Radford, Betty and Juni
Bailey, AnnabeU and Teresa Redd
Marjorie Redd and Evelyn am

I Julia France Sullivan WHEN YOU BUY THEc
We closed with the 4-H pledge. I Siapmttkt,

LEGAL NOTICES I itotelPotdcla
x % It may be fun to"take t chance-but why gamble when you

I. ...Diarists Clan"took_IMPLICATION rl....... ,....1toIotf I 111 & B. SECOND A1ENVS buy razor blades? Selling Ie 4 tot I0f, Probak Jr. 1 Is a double IY

Clmll. CM IM4 N*. c--.I'u.n.DlV".I'. fKKUi. I* Ctaimn I edge blade of known quality-nude by the world'.largm pro- I Q

f iti m I.YNN rMmm! ACTION. v* MILI.ARC All Outside Rooms with data of razor blades. It It. automatically ground, honed and G9o ? L

J I it LYNN..__handout b. a'IdaIt. mess j td a. Private Bath stropped by Jptdil process that guarantees the utmost la shaving Q;
Id. hl riM In the .b.." .t.I..ll ..- the. comfort and This blade whisks through the stiffen l4
JLYNN, rho. Drf.aa. tse- COOL, CLEAN. QUIET economy. Q
'. 111111/Altir.. ., 1 trnl "f t 'a }
a +
>'1.l .,Hta. ... ....n..n".....n._ I. ",,""o '.... whlikcr -glides over the tenderest spot without pull or irrita- e
.. #.... Ih. Mia' ,.1 fIb 'J"., .I.. Overlooking Bhrirn Bay Q
ttor no n In .. ... tion. Prove this for yourself. Buy a package of Probak Jr. (t your ; r
..r.*.- ../ *"broom "I*n h -v.1.
bind sash BMMJunl and that .. to ._I dealer today-and slip one In your razor tomorrow morning p ir
tie m 14 MFnsT-ea4 t.n, It u.c: Two Blocks to Shops,
..c4m.4 thrt .i.1 t .m..Mb1.a
i ol"l> .*. all t> Theatre and Business
Uw.r u. ... V& .; -M
tM ram. wi <*<' Section
4> of iv.r. A. 0 lvl, Mkwwh* HuJI
> ....tlc>n. of MM kill alit W tsjnn a.
tw.f..rd bs wed Dttfint KITESi.50single$2.50doul PROBAK
h is further onlMW that .... .Vow IMTHK

ani.I.Ivwu..Ono is I.KADER' .ESTCttCMII $; >l{'
rates* a .r .paa.e e bu.b.d Ie ash 1 J (
a" St.t..
nit asps .. &. LCATARIUTAN.Ctwh I Special Family Weekly sad

4(1/.11G..1a..ir U Ctpnrt OMI i "n&J\IF sat" JUNIOR BLADES
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CARR A ('AIR' it. I UfcCIST tlAOl MAKL1t3.La
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Friday. September 4,1936 THE ENTERPRISE Pace Eleven


Ratio a'llenb/aGlern tint Ronnie Solo, : First insertion lOd a line; subsequent Insertions

11 ARM ......... bolds. iI auto sow 0.... Tn.Cardtle.to $d a line .1 j
.... 1100 humid the tad der.f ._ _
BAPTIST CHURCH ice League, *:30 p. m., Sunday at ,.. A. Po 1814. Im tiled I. am
on Avocado drive. offlo*. and bas nods sow_ for a
> HesMstesd-Th* Rev C N. tt. doad to k* .bra** tlnnia. held 0.. FOR RENT 'GUAVA JUICE tl per gallon
UflnaMmUratt the folio top drsN.dOrnately
Walker pastor. Sunday school at EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN la the Count- of Dada, State Jungle

Preaching at 11 a. m.and W Florida ...wit : FURNISHED HOUSE; for rent 3
20 a m. Lot St. Blk. 1. aw..lat .-.,. a .-....... 'FOR SALE Guavas, $1.00 per
4 p. m.; aYJP.U. at 7 p. m. Bt John'*--Bedland; the Rev. .. Book II. Pan, H, m the Cmtr rooms, screened porch. Mr*. B. bushel. Jungle Grove Redland.

prayer services Wednesday at < Gent M. Poth pastor. Sunday MM.aitat of Uad*. Stat of*Mid of Florida.Th uiunitr. under F. Collier Florida City (p a 11) .

p. m. school each Sunday at 10 a. m. DM sow _If..... ....-. wat la tat Mm.of FRYERS Live or dressed. Free
English service on second Sundayof : BJ MnClurtr.) FOR RENT-Upstairs furnished delivery In city. Phone &3 -M.
Revival service by the Rev j each month at 3 p. m. and German Union aocardllw Mid to owtftvat..... tk* akall areoondratrlk.. W rid.imd apartment Also hooves Horn McEwen Poultry Plant.

Allen West will continue service on fourth Sunday at .d th-r-tn will at add U the loneliest kidOotirl stead Variety Store. (i 4-11) .
4" .t the ham* dutr on the taut
through Tuesday nlshi. Mr. Sp.rn. Monday t. the -iii of 0"ab.r. I.... ROOM FOR in
West will speak both morningand which to the Ink day 01 o.tnIoor. III" RENT private .

evening on Sunday. METHODIST EPISCOPAL 0.104 this led. day a. LEATHERMAN of septemb". 1694.R. home. See "Speck" Danzey at WANTED-Representative to look

Clark. of Circuit Court Dad CountBr -. Bird Chevrolet Co. (a 4) after our magazine subscription

services Florida City Community Church Florida Homestead and vicinity. -
la Interests In
N. C. STERRtTT U. C. TOMATO farming land-20 acres
anniversary of church. -the Rev. C. G. Nelson, pastor. Circuit Court -alI8.pt scarified 20 Our plan enables you to
deep land
pine acre
Church school at 10 a. m.; preaching I. It. U. tan Oct. II land secure a good part of the hun- !
glade on Campbell it
Goulds-The Rev. Noah Peterson : at 7:30 p. m. Midweek prayers NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX dreds of dollars spent In this
Close In. O. B. Parker. a-8-.ll
pastor. Sunday school at 10 I and Bible study Wednesday at ( .DKKD(8nat Bill N. HI vicinity each fall and winter for 1

a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 730.: Notice .U Hr-kr Ur *n that Mn. RariiJOd FOR RENT-Scarified land 8 mi. magaslnes. Oldest agency in '
.. Bwnwr, holder of Hat and Couaj .
7:30: p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at :30 p. m. I Too Certificate No sties ltu.d the east of Homestead. Mrs. C. N. U. S. Guaranteed lowest rates

Prayer service at 7:30 p. m. Wed Kedland Community Churchthe lt dar of A..... A. D. IIS1. hu fHtd Henderson, Princeton. on all periodicals, domestic and
Rev. C. G. Nelson pastor. ama In mr off m. and hat and aooli'ration I
nesday. foreign. Instructions and equipment t
dead k
lor a tai to brand thnoaSaid
I I Church school at 10; preaching at CrUfloamhracM the fMlnwm DUPLEX apt for rent-4 room free. Start a growing and ,j

CATHOLIC 11. Epworth League at 8:10.: Mid tmarlkid nnp-Mr t* the Oouotr *f Dodo, and sleeping porch, modern conveniences
In whole
business or
state of Florida. u> .It: permanent
week prayers and Bible study Loki 4 and I. Block I. MtlnurdManor Mrs Eva Collins, BIscayne time. Address MOORE- 1

f | Charch'of! the Sstrea Heart- Thursday at,7:30: , ,' : |'lat BwAi** Drive and Federal hwy. spare
Pan Tl, i the County of Dad*. t COTTRELL, Inc., Weyland rond
E. E. Second avenue Homestead; ..." of ,_ (a 14 U) North Cohocton N. Y.
the Rev. James Cloonan. pastofi\ METHODIST 'EPISCOPAL, Th _lit.of erica oiopoitl under "
the Mid certificate .bled .... la the Mm GOOD second story, cool well
Sunday mass at t a. m.; week day SOUTH all Unknown. LOSTPEN
i i mass at 7:45: dally. Sunday school Ual_ MM. m-tlflcal* shell. bt mhwild furnished apartment Rent rea-
I While Stone accordln- u tow th* property described sonable. Ask at Western Union.
0 Church Home
Sunday following o'clock mass. rlj
therein will k* to the hikes klaoa END of men's Shaeffer loun-
I L Communion for women the first stead; the Rev. A. Koestline, stthe' Court-kou-a door on tht lint Mpn. OX 10 tf)
day III the month of .: ". itM, which. taln pen lost near po-totflce or )
{ I red pastor. Sunday school at 9.30 am. .
quu/Ij : la the act dar of Ortob-r IMS.DaWd FOR RENT-4-room house, two Homestead Grocery Return to l lTetra. d
boys, the second Sunday month. .; preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 thlt end dar of B-ptvitib-r. IMS.K .
a LEATHtRMAN.: : screened porches, running water Rue at r. F. C. Fert. Co and ;
Holy hour Thursday before first p. m. Junior League at 2:30: p. Clark of Circuit Co..... Dad* OmintrFlorida. garage,' fruit trees, for receive reward. (st) !
Friday of month 7:45 p. m. Mau n.; Hi League at 5:45 p. m.; SeniorLeague couple. W. W.
Apply Scvery,
first Friday at 7:30: .. m. Benediction at 7 p. m. Prayer meetIng e..1t..Court Hr Real N. O. ITERRETT I). C. Redd's Dry Cleaners. MISCELLANEOUSPIANO -

of the Blessed Sacrament at 8 p. m. Wednesday. C Iopt. '. 11. Ia. I" Oct. ti J

Sept. Morning message: DEEP I Good used piano for sale cheap.W. .
SCIENCE "The Second of the Ten Com- (Senate Bill I No. Ill) i
CIIURCIII Notice b Umk Dimi that Mary A. TOMATO PLANTS by Sept 10.1 E. Koon. Hi N. W. 3rd StItEAL
mandments. evening message Quekor. Adder of Stan Md County Tax
Florida City-Broadway and I : "The Prayer Jesus Refused Certlf teat.. No. 77101 and M010. IOWA. Simons, cor Silver Palm Dr, & ESTATEREAL
Sixth street Sunday school at the 711I day n' A..t. A. D. 1111. has filed Richard Rd: (S 4 tf) I IGIRL'S i
:: i to Pray. Special music I. mr ,,1ft... and hat mad _, u.o.
143: a. m. for pupils under 20 years by young people's choir. ton fur a tax died u kr .ltii-d- thoroiin ESTATE-Tlwee who wantto
of morning service fit 11 : bid certificates raibrao the (olk>wln> BICYCLE for sale. Good
age; Bible study Wednesday Anagrams -,-. in the Coonur, of 0..... condition Mrs B. F. Collier 1 buy or sell Redlsnd Dlfth let
o'clock. Wednesday evening services nllht. slate of Itarida. ......It. real estate will find up-to-date
which Include testimonials Late 4 and t. Block I A. Amnd-d Florida City. (p 5 11) r
: .I'"t ftnn Honor t IU.ubdn I listings In our office Many .

of healing and experiences and remarks Silver Palm Community Church Book II. Parr 14. hi the MANGO CHUTNEY 3c an at. or these listings are still at sub

on Christian Science, 8 Pol -he Rev. H. O. Cowan, pastor, at County cmbrac-d of D.In..Crrtlfleat, state of Florida No. TtUM -, 88c a pint. Jungle Grove. normal prices. We shall appreciate -

m. The public la cordially Invited Sunday school every Sunday 10.Ib1. The attaumanLof laid p-OB- either your Inquiries o*
.. .: new and-r th* tanS 0-nUtaat* I'
to attend. .-. .i preaching services on first, m ..d wed.(O the Mm jg Joka. A. CEMETERY LOTS in beaulafulFtagler : your listings, all of which will

third 'and fifth Sundays at 11 a I-lubach, Memorial Park In Miami have our best attention. Now lathe
8.pt f LessonSermon .1 Uf a. Block I.\. AnMado. flat
m. and 8V.m.Sept. of or St Joseph's Memorial time to buy. B. W. Morris
Peers Manor Knaubda
topic "Man.. I IN.dt.a. Plat Park (Catholic section at attractive now associated with H. A. Cameron

-Pastor's subjject for _t Oatl. Also of Florida, at raikraa prices. See Mrs. A. H. N. W. 1st St.. In Citizens:
. CHURCH OF CHRIST et! M Certificate No 77.... ThaaMtamnl
morning service "The Com of MM property and** Lawrence at S. F. Matthews residence Bank Bldg. Phone 72.

Homesteads-First Avenue and mitted Lire." The Rev. L. O. the Mid Oonll',. J-.W-4 wan lot P. O. Box 515, Homestead.

r'' N. W. Finn street; T. J. Hunton, Adorns will deliver the sermon V.t: Sam Mid of C.KIflcBIi John A; L.ub"eh..hall be _. LEGAL NOTICES

minister. Bible study at 10 a. m.; for the evening service. ad ardl w MW, the Property described CARI SAS, tOe qt. CTJTTINOSand
t' th.rtn will k. sold to Ih* hl h-rt kind.at SMALL PLANTS lot sale. NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOR VAX
communion fellowship and the Qxirt-kouM dour .. the Sleet 11_ nUll
preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at PrincetonThe Rev. H. O. Cow. dar la the month .. Ocean I.... wait! Mrs Ceo. W. Koiiel, Jungle Notlr. It hereby al-M that flltl ....M..*
Ii: It the ash dar of O-tokor I..... Grove Redland road and Plum-1 I I hoU-r at awlvnof ""-*..1..... 1>,..-.**
i 7:30 m. Prayer Wednesday an, pastor. ._...... ,
p. meeting Dated this led dar of S-ptmbt- I4B Dtrtrtrt Tat O-rilfl-nl, .1 I M4I
at 7:30 p. m.CHURCH Srpt 8-Sermen by pastor : B LKATHEHMAM. mer drive. I dated the r Clark at circuit Court. Dark, OountrBr hat filed Mid Cortlflcat I 1* mt offim nodbs
at ':31 p. m. Florida mid npH-lUon. for tat decal Ui to.u.;
OF GOD ... 0 ITEP.RCTT O. C. LEGAL NOTICES tk-rton la .rcordlinfwttk taw a-..1
Circuit Court Real I ;3-rHfk.U nnorac-l ttf f..Ill .. dr- "I-l
Homestead-608 N. W. First METHODIST. FREE 11101>1. 4, II. 11 SI. Out 1' id SM arl>. .KuoiNI l 'In IIood' i'.-t>. lrt'r.dn. .
NOTin to>wit i
avenue; J. H. Dodson, minister. Fonda City: -Mrs. Ernest W.r- NOTICE or 'ICUL IUIITn'a SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai 1.1 l.. I. Blork U 4....! Pitt .f fh.
Sunday school at 8:49: s. m.; NOTICE III Ht.atHY: UIVSN thse. too Ge.ep. Malch-tt who was _v load In. Ik.Mtoaad Tr.pl.... Pill B...k I" Pter11..
r e n pastor. Sunday school undersigned top eW Yale, end by Criminal Court 01 Dedo C..I/rkt. rlaw.at In the County of D-'l' State of
I preaching at H .. m. and 8 p. m.; : m. preaching 3.30: and tpTra. .Irtw d that Metal"I iiE( DOOM,' m&en the Miami arm .......,. ... D. '1554. a1 FlorMa.Th. .
I Junior Y. P. at 7 p. m. Prayer 2-30. p. ; the J11U1 day ar Au A. D. 1934. by the off.... d break/ek anlhp_rl.. ad. I aaau.t of <.ld prny-ily i.drIh.
.; Young people's meeting the 11.6rnhl, Paul U 1Io"' .. our of the ......'or to Ihra. ,....> will .....1' Mid. C-rwf4at bad wed m .,: H.m*
meeting,.8 p. m Wednesday. ; Junior meeting 3 JO Tuesday J"' of the Eleventh:. JudlrM Creak o' fm ekse.n the area Hoard of I'tr of Nash aad! w_.. Unbai cow I'. rtfire. .
; Florida In and for Dad. fountriorWa. /km. "t-. Florida at tla Goaregular I .. shell k- redeemed aren-dliur to In..,
Morning subject: The vic, prayer meeting, 7:30: p. !m.Thurs I. that certain tow wherein QUAKER: m.allne.GFA. tai dWd will IMU. thrrmnK, tae folk "l.rof
day. REALTY CORP. U the Plaintiff end ATTHKTT, S-amik- A. D IMI
evenlaf subject: CORN EXCHANGE NATIONAL HANK I lApollcant I II Dated thk flab gay "( Aoan.l, A n JUlie,
IorlOUll1 fail Race." Chrlst- THU8T COMPANY a National Kanltli. I Aatt 15. 1V-4. 4) I E M. I.KATHKRMAN
'l PENTECOSTAL Coruoratlon ; CKNTRAL-PENN NATION Clerk. of Clr.'all Carl. II.... 1..>ui,..1ICI. >
( their different AL BANK OP PHILADELPHIA a M.. ( ..... Court S-ali I '...rIs.
I'opinions el ace they are se trivial tiered. Banking Cornoratlon. .. and CHESTER NOTICE or APPLICATION! FOR TAX I It* N. I' NI.'"'''. e
Rev. John H.
Goulds- Stroud COUNTY TRUST COMPANY a '...... DEEP I An.. U. S't. 4. I 1l' K ll\.
and worship the Lord to. pastor. Sunday school at 9:4.V vans Corpantlon. an the DrfmilanU, the KHialo Bill Nov Ill --'
Notl-a' I. Hwwlir (M, that Mr A, CrmnWIn .
M >
gether.: We extend fellowship preaching sill a. m. and 7:30 p. am*after baa for Number Mk. and Wni-D will sell h.M ChnnMrwill the khth. koU-r of slat and CountTat' I WIFE WINS FIGHT
te all who bear the fruits of MA I CartUlant No. Wit .kwo-d the III dar torAlmost.
m.; Young people's meeting at 1.30: sot and Mat lit fw seek at public rater
A. D, IMT kaa filed. In GET BACK PEP
Sam TO
In front of the South
the spirit of God stated lathe door of the County I
as circle
p. m.; Ladles' prayer Tues Court Kn_. In the City of Miami ".doer.d/ hat mad application for a tan .
fifth chapter ef Salstlana. lied dried to M .Maud th-roon. saw Certificate For fart, yeah. alaant nod Crow Laia.U
at S 30 Mid-week CountrlorMa.. .
day : p. m. prayer on liar 7th daof .-- __ the fdlowtn. dentinal -. TtkMa H*.t br leSs new .money 4.
We hold barrier between One. A. D. ..... the .>ma bins the Rule. prtr I ,unsown papa *irf*
no us service Thursday at 7:30: p. m. Dar In MM In the c-.., uf Dole state .I Florida.tt.wlt th-d. klttout tnnai-h
tho within the kcal kewnof ,..".. from eaalp"ta". H-mf I. IK mw/,
and any Christian, as we have .aH>. to-wlt: k-twa.a the hour of -..... t i 1 aon-nanll-loniiliMj. a**tltn|.
Camp meeting In session o'clock A. M.. and two o'.lorb P !II. It: s. BI'k 2 Franklin ':' A ntoaatnt_ thr naek.i .
iothlni to Join a* creed but followlns. / th' Plat lInk'I. Pas 14. the i I 'I'ItI1. Red per m
through Sept .. described property .lluau .. Count of It-4 state of "" -.... i aa* la mo' guararse. Onir sv: riw
the word ef God which to anfHrlenl Cnat- of Dade and Slab of Florida l..whl' The aa-Mm-nt of* sow nnar ....p... Write Hd Crow Roundlet, npt.f .
Smith no fit Lob tl and 14. rllork pron-rtr JarktimlllFla., makers of tud OaoaUTOMd.
recorded la Tun.3s .
aa FIRST PRESBYTERIAN M. Miami' South., a ma-dl-Moii at Ml.ami. I the Mid a-ftWIrat. iMn-d wat r> the ream H-d CM Ohlll and VVt.r Tonlo.

II. 17. Come aid worship CHURCH Dada Countrtorlda.. .. aw plot "41 Uskn.ws.Uatm MM wnlflcatt. ...11 .h. rHnm-d and Bd Crew Rub for aualnin, Wh-W y
with ton.CHURCH, Uwraof M-gnM .hi Pat Hook R. apa < Swindlers to tow the property 4n....lined tool aa4 sniacaU ... .
Homestead Rrome avenue at CountFlorida." 41. of the .Public H-wrdi of Dad Counts. will k* Mid U the highest. UM, I,
at the Court-kon- door the tint ....
.. oa -
OF Till NAZARENE N. 18th street; the Rev. E. L. Nelson S4 North Miami Swath ttola. ...M...,and._14,ad Block M.. dar In the month of O-lukr IM. whuh WILLYS CAR :TRUCK9
minister. Bible school et ...L Dada it the 5th day d October ewe
Count; ,. Florida.
Homestead-The Rev.. Howard slat at por Dow this Iesh dar "f Aii-u-t, luMB. .
10 a. m.; preaching at II a. m. thmnfaiwd4 In plat Book B I. B. LRATHKKMAN
Eckel school at M I pS
pastor. Sunday woe 41. of the Pul.ll. Respects ir ECONpyi
'49 '.. m; preaching at 11 a. m and 8 p. m. Young peoples' meeting Bald Dad. .C....... Florida. Clerk of Clrtnt Court. Dade Cmintr.Fwrl.la, .. ,

and 7:30 p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and at 730.Sept: seat... Dt-raa.nvwtMn tm-th-r- aoM wiMi to Imwi-m.'" and the Court Br Sahluf.N.i c. SUmtl D cICIroult CI

\ Juniors meeting at (:.30 p. m. I.Morning worship; SS Sept 4. II p..

i1 I Prayer meeting. ; Wednesday even "Stwdiea In John: Jeans the "UIAI. MARIPR :1st:.orr'"CIlY I I. -3.
lag 7.39.: JONEPH: Wr.INTRAUft .... .....H court of the 1r\eq...
] Ugh ef the World"; evening SOLICITOR FOR PLAINT''''. t .......1 lrrr4l to and fair ..... Leicester I
worship "Oar rather Which' I!Aa>. '1. 1.. .-... 41. FhrMa. la tkaor.-r. In... 4..IOI.c
rriaeetonthe Rev. e. H. Con- I. B. JkKrEIT; and I DRLDD Plain
don, pastor. Sunday school at ':49; Art la H.._" Donald Croaa I Mrf, ---*- HOMnrrKAU' 86NDMearelAOB a ,

preaching at 10.45 a. Ills and 7:30p. : leads young svople's meeting. -.... ttrfNOTICS ooMl'fNy.... a Florida. 0rMoth -

m. Junior meeting at 6:30; younjpeople's Turner's Funeral' Home TO CREDITORS
SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE OF h hereby piece that .wd.e bed.
meeting at 1.30. Prayer I kr virtu of an ord-r of Cuun ntr-d 1ttib s
meeting Wednesday at T.JO p. m. TRUTH 14.IUI. AMBfLANCB: SERVICE! raw on the INS dar of Mar A. D
IM4, all mdllom a** r-aulrnl toad primot
'j Homestead-branch of Miami! Lady Attendant fia with the ondeealpa./, tdward

EPISCOPAL 'I Temple of Truth In ::: .5 File office Is Pk.lda City, Par ,
Spiritualist rhon. ..C-R HotnatitesJl. r.. .lainm s sit creditors my how
.&. John's-S. E. Second avenue I Woman's Club, 410 N. W. Eight 11:1 the Historical Bead a __ 9
coull ",. a Iris... --ttoa, and ow.b.s.im ,
and fourth street,.Homestead; the avenue. Men' Bible class and main be filet! within them lit l'.tS LOWESSJ.AWRENc :
Rev. Wm. C Taylor. Jr. pastor I young people's lyceum at 7:19 p .A m.saw from the dace. Of tilt lint PON....

Summer schedule: Holy>> Eucharist m.; beaHng by Dr. J. Carl Hobsonat i- at this this nolti-Illk dar of Jnlr. A. D IM. Jnc.
7 .. &ft., FTWv;.t..vcn ong, t p.m. .. T:4Si: lecture Md. messages .1 AWT ADS PAV .. :Ago .a 11.1 .l, "" or. JUWs,
( t4 And 1n: in'ee.ek homestead Fta.
., Sunday. Young Peoples' Serf-: 7:30. jl'.IP IS, St, Oofc S. S. KM/. [ ,


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Twelve TEE LEADER ENTERPRISE ..' .. _. Friday September, 1936
AIRS.L.G.RUGGLES!I I member of the Woman' Republican -!turn from China Mra Rugfllaa marriage. Cheater W. Hawley of Adrian Jacobs II New
Club of Dada County and her gave iteroptkon illustrated lea I MtanU and Mn Helen Hawley Local Hector Managci
most recent activity was aa a leading -:tunes under the auspices of the Rostlund of Berkeley Cat; two ;
DIES SUDDENLY figure to he organization of a New York Educational Lecture Bureau brothers Fwd Gold of Monterey
Landon Club in the Redland District Mr. Hawley returned to Mexico, and Professor Walter Gold I Adrian Jacob of Miami succeeds
China In lilt and returned Jail :of Cambridge, M....; and two sister C. H. Catea ai manager of the
OF HEART.LFSION Born at Amhent, Mass., Feb. 13,, missionary work In 1924 he was Mn Herbert J Armstrongof .local branch of Hector Supply Co.
. _____ 1883 Mra. Ruggles attended the' tilled by Chinese bandit at Wanh- Redland and Mra Lewis Black- ,Mr. Catea wall transferred to MI-
schools of that town and later ilen on the Yangite River. more of Belchertown, Mas .ami this week.
| p Former Mission Teacherin Mount Holyoke College from I Mrt Rugglei tint came to Red- Mr. J.eobillu had about twelve
China Active in which she wet graduated Irt IMS. brief In 120 aa a winMf visitor Lot s Blossoms Attract yean of experience In the seed and
Daring her college tears she wasa I and came back season after aeaaoo. .fertiliser buaineta. He win be
Local Circles Y. W.C. A secretary: : at Holyoke, staying longer each time while! her Visitor to Orange Lake .Joined next week by Mn Jacob
Mass I I[two children attended the Redland I and their child.
Mr Winifred Hawley Rugate. She married Edwin C. Hawley. ,, a;hoot. She married Mr. Rug I McIntosh, Sept. 3 (INS) The
wife of L. O Ruggles, died skid.denly :!- an educational missionary, and I glea,, Redland grove owner and beautiful North American lotus la for food. These beautiful, native
at 4 a. m yesterday at their with him was sent to Shlntufu, real estate broker, In 1830. She now in bloom in Orange Lake flowers are a delight to the tourists -
grove horn on Cdconut Palm China, by the northern branch of I was one of the foremost membersof which ia between Ocala and who are taking the Bird Island
drive. Redland Death :was caued -I}:the Presbyterian Church Here they I the Woman'a Chi of the Red- i Gainesville, Its fragrant flower, Sanctuary Speedboat cruise each
by heart ledona. Funeral arrangements ,founded I school Eight yean i bnda In whose annual festivals 'pale yellow. are six to ten inches day
which are In charge later wheel the Hawley returned I she took ft very active part; she In diameter and its! leaved are from Other feature of this tropical
Of the Turner Funeral Home,l to America they left a large grade'wag likewise i moving iplrlt In the 18 to 30 Inches In diameter Theaeeda lake cruise are 23 kind of native
Homestead, win be announced and preparatory school of some I I American Legion Auxiliary of are borne In a truncated receptacle birds living In their natural habitat
later ,300 boy financed by the fifth I|,Homestead and had take a leading and are about half an on the archipelago, of floating
Newt of MM Rugglea' death Avenue Presbyterian Church of I i part In the organization of the Flnt inch In diameter Each flower islands, varying in size from two
comet ai a distinct shock to her New York, which adopted the i Presbyterian Church Homeatead. prod ce. 12 to 24 of these needs to seven acres and covered with
family and friend, for though her Shlntuta station, She leaves, besides her husband !which it ii said, the Seminole In small trees and bushes In which;
health has not been robust for Mn Ruggles wrote end spoke i two children by her first I dian1 ground Into meal and used the wtterfout build their ne.tI.CANNON' .
c. some time, ahe had not been 111 In Chinese fluently and after her
bed Immediately prior to the heart return to America kept up correspondence ILIU"Il; 011 MI fid]I'll' 11;MIN
." attack which proved. fatal and had In Chinese with some
been most active In church, club j of the boy at the Shintufu school ".
.:. and political work.' She war t For two easoM-'aftei'her\ re-! SANBORN,CHASB IUU ALL


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transmission. per lb--------------30C ROLLS, per lb. .3fc

Clean and looks nice ................ $250.00
j BEEF ROAST, chuck, lb. oi.. .. 15c
We. also have a bunch of and trucks L
that must be closed out. Money talks on our Short RIbs of Beef, lb. ... . . -- _12c head _oo' 10e

used cars. PORK SPARERIBS, lb. .._ _. 18c Fresh

Bird Chevrolet Co. I Georgia Beef CABBAGE

, I Round lb--------- 6c
. j jAJUt.Y'S i Loin Th.aspaoa's Seedless '

I Porterhouse lb.- . .. .ZOC
i 2 Ibs. .. 15e
IIi WELDING SHOP Pork Loin End safo5EO Ls
BACON BUTTS _. 25c ,Fresh
nctcnw. ruuterUkl I CHOPS BEANS
Da1' ULT
*tleetrM a..&Aeatylei WaUIftg is CrlbJrt sUecIt. lb. 28c 15c
-- BACON BUTTS __..: 2lbs. 15c -
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AstteixwUv*Machine tease-Calerbur !.gears!.aaalakeartof \ JEWElL Hamburger lb. .._ 15c Yellow
yewfar .** all ..4 reaming ee_ ettl" rod pawing I LARD
art berla g slat tyttade ....... FRESH DRESSED LB. ONIONS

EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED i lb. ...... 15c FRYERS -....... 35c 31bs. .. .IOc

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