The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00089
 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 11, 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: UF00087294:00089
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Years Ago, Proves Ideal for Glade Land I

SUGAR OF THE Growers who remembered-how-time-during the wet spell that to

scsbanla failed w a cover crop In' Just ending

the citrus grove when Introducedto They saw that aesbanla is a low
I this section ten or twelve years land crop, ideally suited to the
AVOCADO HERETwo ago, learned why Tuesday when periods of excessive moisture experienced CAMP TO START NEXT WEEK

they accompanied the motorcade by the glade farming
conducted by Count Agent C. H. lands, and not to the high dry
U. S. Health Institute Steffani and visited Mwbanla grove lands. I ----

Chemists demonstration plots where the They saw also why seabanla I* TOE HEATHER i.i Eichenberger and Smith
I at in plants from teed town on April! about the moat valuable fertility Offlrtnl. .v.'lifr nport "Mh. ,< K..htr.,'I.al: 'Have 4-Acre Lay-out
4 Subtropical tub 14 are now 10 to 12 vet high after restoring caver crop known here, rtt'MM" t.t' i On Dixie
standing 10 water for weeks :+t a for Mr Steffani pulled un plants I ,>iiTMlo "Bar Kin
\S HERB FOR in the various plots visited and*ISt t. 4 do in-go 1 .12
Sept S Tl: U 60 nMj 77
ECONOMY\ REASONS pointed out the many globule of ": <
_____- ., ASK PATROL OF nitrogen In the roots. Sept. t _| en | ta i i ..III.I. BE;: IN VIEW HERB r,
On eccount ef rain, only a few Sept 7 ._ J B0 |171 30.M| .94'
Sugar Content of Avocado. PORTIONS of the delDorunrifttah plots were I I.Sept 9 9673 i! .Wm 1 C. of C. Enthusiastic Over

If, Quantity.Neededi CITY visited by the motorcade, which Sept. 9 ,._ .. SO I I 70 '1Q,02lPi, ReDone to Plea for
Is Considerable left the J. M. Holferty farm In :Sept 10 +..-j W j ea |sooiXF| t Visitors
I OF STATE ROADS South Allapattah Garden at 2 p. Housing

Dry A. E Knout Mul Harry I m Tuesday At the farm ot w. INDIANS: TOt'R,DISTRICT j Construction-;of-;modern tourist -
Diehl, chemist with the National, J. Vlck three demonstration plots
Institute t>t Health, sponsored by Highway Officers Also (Continued on Page Three) The. Rev. Willie King of Dajila camp architecturally designed
landscaped \\11'' be started
State from:lend
the Vnlted Public Health a Creek Indian evangelist
Requested I week i Ifo'lr.at'f' ti' art
to Instruct a on .1
and of Oklahoma
Service, arrived In Homestead Oklahoma a party -
.Wednesday to devote their entire School Indian toured the district lat the southed unwr of the
federal highway und King highway -
time'ior two or three month to Wednesday and called on the Rev.C. I "
E. md
for C. Eklmberger
extracting sugar from avocados N Walker m Homestead. Mr.
state toad department will APPOINTED FOR has In the First Orin Smith of Hoim i t.ed. %
They are here at the direction I King preached I ,
Ten and tw
one -I?om voltages
Of Dr. C. S. Hudson, head of the be asked by Mayor Chas T. Har- Baptist Church In Homestetad on .
1 I with baths and kit I henett(. viil
division ot chemistry of the Na- per to have the state road patrolmen REDLANDSCHOOL two occasion:
front a horse-shoo driveway entered -
tional Institute of Health, one in this area extend their activities --- I
from the federal highway
of America's foremost authorities to Include those portionsof r
I Living quarters for the operttorot
on the structure of sugar the three state roads that ate NEW\ PLAY FIELD service
Misses Cast Murray and the camp and a station
Their work will be carried within the city limits of HomesteadIn .. "
of the cotl
will be built north c::< <
out In the laboratory of the an effort to curb speeding and Payne All Residentsof TO AFFORD MORE : Single room cottages will be tt i
Sub-Tropical Experiment Station reckless driving. The three highways District by |t feet and two room cottage
into which they moved their are Flagler avenue Krome feet ProvUnm
will be 12 by U
chemical apparatus yesterdayAaske avenue and Mowry street ATHLETICS HERE I for expansion en ultimate total
The the Three new teacher for the R !.t- ,I
W' the sugar they will extract from or's suggestion for such an Arrangement -, land school: were appointed Wed- Elchenberger said
the avocados, Dr. Knauf said any after Harper pointedout nesday by the Dade County sctiool Football Goal Posts to Parking space lor house car

information on that point would that the city has no motorcyclewith board, Mr*. C N. Walker, local Be Erected in Hedge I trailer will be provided In addition -
have to come from Dr. Hudson He which to maintain an effective Enclosed Tract to a general parking lot for
aid, however, that he and Mr. traffic patrol within the city board member said yesterday the car of those who use the cot- 4
and that the officers In this Mill Cast who has been
Diehl were sent here because a patrol Kathryn With the five-acre playground tages. A tennis court will occupy
avocado area had Indicated their willingness teaching in Miami for two years
great,deal more sugar was acquired by the school board lad a central portion of the layout
,I desired than was practical to extract to operate in this respect will teach art. Miss Elinor Payne for the Homestead schools, Landscaping will Include the use
where.avocados are obtainedat Organization of a schoolboy: will teach English In the high year in condition the of palms and other tropical tree
$2.40 a dozen. safety patrol for streets about the school and Miss Ruth Murrary will put mer vacation, Theo. J. Blcler,sum physical and shrubs for which the Redltind
Dr. Knout and Mr. Diehl extracted Homestead schools 'Will also be requested teach In the elementary school All education director is mak- District i Is noted.
about 800 grams (less than of the state road patrol three are residents of the Redland plan for extending the schools' Clarence J. Parman of Homestead -
two pounds) of avocado sugar last officers The council authorizedthe District, and all three have bachelor outdoor ing athletic ls the architect. He and Mr

year the first known to have been mayor to Invite the officers to degree from the Florida State Goal posts I will program.be erected on Eichenberger have, been invited ito
extracted since 1919. Mr Diehl organize such a patrol at the suggestion College for Women at Tallahassee the new tract and more students brink piano of the tourist Clamp
produced a small bottle of it and of the Redland District The appointment of an art teacher will have opportunity to partici- to the next meeting of the RedUind
t offered taste to the Interviewer. Lions Club music teacher and librarian I ,
a I pate in touch football which Is District Chamber of Commerce on
It resembled the crystals of rock I The police department was Instructed I for the Homestead schools ha much the same ti regular football : Sept. 23, and tell more about the
candy In shape end taite. to enforce the ordinances been held up because Principal except that instead of tackling the project
When it Is realized that the)I requiring that driver of motor L. B. Sommers has been out of man with the ball It .Is necessary Early this war tie chamber
avocado has a sugar content of vehicles be 19 years or over. town and the board desires. Ms approval only to touch him with both hands urged: construction' for vell-desiKn
only one to two per cent, averaging Violators are to be arrested, the before making appoint to make the ban 'Mead". I'ed tourist camps to help solve hf
one per tent as far as practical council ordered.J. ments. The rocks on the playground" housing shortage ,it :least as far
extraction Is concerned an ides t W. English was granted a per I School begins Monda,.' treat have been covered with a lay- i a* traniiicntieii.... concerned.
(Continued on Page Three) (Continued on Page Seven) I er of marl hauled from the glade. Officers of the Of rlzatlon und

and entirely surrounding the tractis Members of Its t 1".Jr camp committee
Watts and Crews Chen
Association Sends Exhibit a :young hedge of Australian were cnthus. tic thin week
I Suspended' Sentences; pines, set',oat by the. agriculture I,Over tm high tone ;:nd attractivelayout
: To Horticulture Exposition in Chicago students of George N; WakefleW oi the first ev c<4ect of tills
Herman \VJ U, charged with !II this summer under his supervision. I nature to be propose It wa

Eleven varieties of Redland District Lion hopes that next :year the Red- driving while drunk, was given ( I Basketball In the gymnasium, I aid, moreover that plans for one
avocados will be exhibited at land District can send not only.I suspended sentence of $SO or 20 tennis on the outdoor courts and I more camp and perhaps two ire
the International Horticulture Exposition a bigger display of avocado but : day In Jail and Bill Crews, charged (Continued oa Page Five) I under consideration by others

which opens Saturday in : also a full exhibit of the many other with being drunk wa given L .

the International Ampltheatraj at fruit that are grown in this a suspended sentence of $10 or Vote to Start Building Fund Marks B
Chicago and lasts through Sept section of tropical Florida ten day In Jail by Mayor Charles
20. They were sent Wednesday Tine" Florida avocado exhibit T. Harper In city court Monday 27th Anniversary of Baptist ChurchThe

five fruits of each variety, by theFlorida will have the personal attention I night

Avocado Association and of Mrs George McKlnlock, president .I Case against J. W. Wilson and First Baptist Church of can by Mr*. Walker
II duplicate shipment win go forward of the. Palm Beach Garden I Rebecca Wilson, colored charged !II I I The W. M. V officer are: 1
Monday in order to insure dub who Is chairman of patron- I with disorderly conduct, were Homestead will begin to build up President, Mrs R. K.: Edwards;
freshness In the display: which will ease at the horticulture exposition dismissed because of lack of evi building fund a* the result 01. first vice-president, Mrs J. T.

be entered In competition for cash: in Chicago, I dence. I action taken Wednesday evening Venn, second vice-president. Mrs.

prizes ranging from $9 to $20. at the Homecoming Day celebration 1 Catherine Pickard; third vlce-
The Varieties lent were Trapp Redland District to Have 70 which marked the President, Mrs. C. O. Robertson;
Pollock Wtastowson, ColUneon I seventh anniversary of the : recording secretary Mrs Cheeky

Taylor: tula Peterson Nlrody Men and Women In Colleges This Year Member will pay small twentY-I Saunders, corresponding secretary,
Surprise, Waldla and Booth. They every month, according to Mr*. &N. Walker; treasurer Mrs.
are from the trees of J:. A. Ames I decided upon until enough funds 8 L. West; personal service chair
J. R. Brooks, Frank B. Rue Dr. H. I Of the seventy Of more young lor Wit* Allis Vann, Miss Katherine -; have been collected to pay for the I ;Z. Mr. Frank irwin; mission
S. Wolfe of the Sub-Tropic lrx- .fttopie ef the district who plan togo Harper, sea Valera Fitch, wall, roof and floor before any study chairman: Mr*. T. D. Fiche;
periment St-tion, W. K. Walton off to school: this year at least Mia LoUIe l.oIIIl'lttpatrlck and construction work will be stewardship chairman, Mrs Julia
W. A. J. Kopp, and Mrs. W. 3Krotne. at will attend the state Institution also Miss Alene Vercoe who at-, Thl win take two or three Polk* literature chairman, Mr. B.:
The packing was doneat -U will go to the Florida State tended Stetson last year, wllj be I it we said. The church &arttd.j'/ L. Lawrence: : social chairman, Mrs.
the grove of Mrs. Jerome, whois I College for Women In Tallahasseeand sophomores. Mis Emily Payne ha 1300 In Its building fund.: J Home Davis) Y. W. A. leader,
secretary of the Florida Avocado: II will go to the University of MM Dorothy Roe Mils Jean Par Other event of the evening! Mrs. 3. Robett Rutland; R. A.
:Association. Florida at Gainesville. man, and Mist Fern Robertson will were a church supper and program leader, UirRev. C. N. Walker) O.
This is the' first year of the International i Miss Margaret Delaney and Miss i. be freshmen.Miss liable William,'I consisting of II devotional by the I A. leader. Mrs. O t Gault; Sun
Horticulture Xxjiosl-, Ela] Aroxarena win be seniors at who moved to Gainesville with her Rev C. N. Walker roll call of the'' beam leader Mr J. a 0 -en
tIon. Mrs. Krome said yesterday Florida Statet College for Women. brother-in-law and sister Mr", and II church by Clerk R. X.: Edwards' Sunbeam assistants Mist t 0n
..tbaU10 67oridw Avocado tea" .II cw.1t.1W t..1I1 bit 1044-: : (CpnUnued pd 1'", Ten) l and installation tOT M, U PttM k Vann .Jllt Miafrlfcet Pope, n


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Page Two THE ENTERPRISE .. Friday Sept.--11, 1936

I ROTES TO MEET Mrs. Victor to Reopen .I

II II IIA Green Lantern SundayThe

" WITH LIONS ON Ford Shows New Club Cabriolet Green Lantern Restaurantwill

be reopened 'Sunday for the
. TUESDAY NIGHT 1936-37 winter and spring season
1 Mrs Given Victor.proprietor announced -

Wednesday! .
;i Congressman Wilcox An- The restaurant! .b"'L beep closed

pounced) as Scheduled : 14Y for the summer,.as.usual. ...

Speaker I ', t,, i11Y js; .V

y The Hometd; Rotary Club I proved water pump design Intended '.
to increase the speed of circulation
will meet in joint session with the 1 1I -
of cooling water
; Improved ,
Redland District Lions Club Tue i
oil pump design and the production '
day night at 7 o'clock in the Lions '
of the "high wheeler" car for
Den on Silver Palm drive, and no 4 hi '
use In rough'country where roads
Rotary meeting will be held tt the
are unpaved and ruts deep.
regular Wednesday noon hour. It
wax announced at this week
meeting of the Homestead club
It wu announced aim that Con-
greumanj. Mark Wilcox would be I
the speaker of the evening the ,
program for which will be provided I
the Lions who to be P
by are :i' NEW >Ford V4 de laze convertible body type- by the tailored top. The seat back la divided, either
the hosts at this quarterly meetingof
a club cabriolet with seats for six, Is announcedky half tilting forward to allow access to the club seat I E
the two club I' the Ford Motor Company. Its convertible top is la the rear. The luggage eo.p rtm..t is reached
At the meeting Wednesday noon deeper than the de luxe cabriolet eo aa to house a through. the rear deck. Interior appoiatmeiite tndd
of this week R I. Vervoort general second th..p..MII(8raly fitted Sa the pholttery'. Bedford cord er ia genuine
agent of the Clyde-Mallory forward rear deck-:in_effect_a!ramble" t protested leather tot seat ewhloM and bach
steamship lined at Miami gave hU I

noted. Inspirational" address entitled I! New Interiors for both de laic sedans, the.club.ebrlo\et and the 10General
'Steady, the warning word that FORD ECONOMY
f la often Issued by the captain of: and standard body types,new {It- convertible sedan

a steamship when the last course:! tings for the de luxe types-new r, Among) 4he other. Improvements .. .
ordered or the kit command Issued colors-armory green and light" .are !a new design .east steel alloy .
Is to be adhered to for sometime fast' in and PublicUtilitiesHomestead
s maroon- d*HUM types, crankshaft .wHhOncreaSedweight
following I aeries of command T01936V-8MODEL] the addition jrnohalt-upholstery ,and; increased bearing surfaces .
e *, for standard types. new! crankshaft bearings of steel-
He said that he believed south Addition of four new body types backed type; positive "lubricationof Phone 50J-B
east Florida needs the warning to Detroit, Sept. 10-Ten important -the Tudor and Ferdor touring cantilever type car springs, !ro.
'steady'. because It I I. confrontedwith Improvements have been added -
prosperity a time In which I I to the 1938 Ford V-S since it -------

III\ easy to get off the course and ,was announced to the public last
1 go on the rocks.Fourteen I October. This Is In line with Henry
Ford policy, adopted many years
to Be Baptized I: ago of making Improvements "The Universal Car"ONE
At First Baptist Church available to the public as soon
i 1 as they are perfected and without

Btptl Su'd.tyenlng for 14 of the 17 The Improvements Include NAME comes quickly to mind Today's Ford V-8 it more than ever
members that Joined the First I, A new "economy" dual down
Baptist Church during the revival draft carburetor permitting use Of when you think of "The Universal "The Universal Car" because it encircles -

that closed Tuesday night announces -,i a "leaner" fuel mixture, without Car" The description is distinctively the needs of more people than
the pastor Rev C. N lessening performance. More
4 1 Walker I!, economical "stop-and-go" driving .Ford. No other car it used by so any other Ford ever built. It reaches
The Rev. Allen Weft who con- is made possible by a new accelerating -[
r many millions of men and women in out and up into new fields because it
ducted the revival left Wednesday pump.
' morning! to assist In a revival at A new "economy" rear axle very part of the world. Everywhere has everything you need in a modern

Wiiuchula with a ratio of 378-to-l, which it is the symbol of faithful aervice. automobile.
Fifty addition have been madeto reduces materially engine speed
the First Baptist Church duringthe in relation to car speed and Is an That... always been a Ford fund. The Ford V>8 combines fine-car
past year Mr. Walker says. Important factor In fuel savingWe'll .
mental. Something new it constantly performance, comfort, safety and

. being added in tat way of extra value. beauty with low first cost and low cost "

Each year the Ford has widened its of operation and up-keep. It depreciates

appeal by increasing its usefulness slowly because it is made to last. .

Help to motorists. There, is no other car like it. -

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J Friday Sept. 11. 1936 THE LEADER
ENTERPRISE ___ Paire_Three_

l GENERAL STORE Sesbania Found Poor Grove Cover Crop 1 I of being tired most of the
Mid. The heart trouble of !O) EXTRACT

I Years Ago Proves Ideal for Glade Land she died he believes was
TOBEOPENEDBYGOULDSSUPPLY i by the disturbing state of her f SUGAR OF THE '
ence at that time when I
(Continued From Page One) the federal soil conservation pro I and children had 40. be I
were pointed out_a field of esbanla. gram. There the practice I* to'. safety at a moment's notice AVOCADOHERE
a field of soy beans and a raise a tall crop In the wet season, I cape raid by armies or
field of native weeds. During the which Is similar to the season of1 a condition which finally
Groceries, Clothing} Farm coming season each of these plots this secttion, then plow the plant ed her to return to America (Continued From Page One)'
Machinery and DrugsIs will be planted to potatoes with and seed under and when the drier I II her two children. After be gained of the quantity of
the work
and necrssnry
Stock RangeA the nine kind of teed and given the I season produces smaller die Hawley was killed by *
the extraction of consIder-
same cultivation. The productionof plant to> harvest and thresh It tandit* in 1924 her health avoc.do any
general merchandise store, the three plot will be recorded for teed to sell and to keep for such low ebb that amount out.of sugar. It
where every necessity from gro- and compared at the end ot theseason planting again after the vegetable that residence In South 1 pointed
certe and clothing to drug sundries to see Just how much the crop are harvested He said that I Iseibania I I was extremely adviasMe In Dr. Knout could not say if the
and farm machinery may be plot In which ceabanla was plowed fields here will be ready i{i land she gained her health I sugar would be used in
purchased will open in Ck>uldi pander Is superior to the plot In for plowing under next week. I extent that permitted her with, experiment' in 1
Saturday under the name of which soy beam were plowed under The sesbania found In the high I I enter social civic and I diet of poison afflictedith
Goulds Supply, Inc. L L. Chandler I and to the plpt In which the land section must have started I, *"*.. ni other disease Ur
ii president, Tom T. Torbert. native weed growth was plowed from seed taken there by birds I j i She had apparently rest I Hamv Kellogg has extolled
secretary-treasurer, and L. C. under from the grove snbania fields,I i'her health said Mr. Ruglkw avocado ,is the ideal f'KXl for
Smith, manager. Soy beans may give more humus, nearly forgotten until the revival I I married her In 1'80, and "btumse of its low sugar
The new business will I but sesbania unquestionably will of Interest in this cover crop early I ment from which she died, I high mUhl led oil route ni }

r the tore building formerly occupy occupied give more nitrogen back to the this year, fa.. Steffanl said. I lesions, was entirely
by the Cauley and then the soil, Mr. Steftanl said. by either of them. II He was on his way home With 1

Leggett Stores, In order named, The Vlck tesbanla plant were Funeral of Mrs. Kugglca I new ear, which was absorbing
but under watetr for three weeks. A his attention, when It struck 1
hal been
vacant for several Held Here on Tuesday Howard Field to that he had forgotten some
:yean. It has been entirely remodeled spongy growth among the roots of I ]
redecorated and refurn the plant protects it against excessive I i In M. E. Church I Ii. I ,.
ished. A modern 1 plate glass : moisture.At ,Funeral services for Mrs. Wini he stopped counted his I
fred, Hawley Ruggfes Who died i. and searched his pocket-
front replace the old divided the esbanli Plot of L. I. The Ray.. Field.
of Howard but finally decided he had t
glass auddetll.TNflda1IDornlnc small'T
window. Chandler A 4bxlvW.fief Klbani HosMsUad'town
week-at ;tep home I In,Redland were I young with him. .
|f. One Iide.of tilt store will be daJroted : .*wa. pointed ou.,ashsvinjbut .hejd. Tuesday Afternoon following will preset at .the Hp he reached home hit

t .;: ,to.groceries 'and. meats and been praIaaI11J..1 vp: .J.riPhb. the lajrlvU.: -airplane,.Monday Methodut Church Sunder ran out, topped with! a I
Flothing."the-other ilde hardware when, ) heovrsaloa of Junecome ; ; announced the Rev: A. A.
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to look on her face and
and tarn( machinery and nits I ..,nd washed, ,off .the,aphis$ ; ssJght .Ofj.l ins; daughter, Mr*. Ear-, line, pastor of the church :
,HostluB ..whose home Ii (
.haft nA.604"
. plant.-.-aided ,effect
Wfe -Among the products .the,, bxthetook; ; ;. Field was graduated from: father, where' mother"
. handled will" be' Oliver tractors,, .ot the-highewetrili-Ne1cp l.d: ;: Nkureno College In .j
; I plow and farm tools, FalrbankMone *- their blackened leave a..odiUged: The:sercu**: were-conducted In I Mass.,.in the spring, and ,In. r burned several yean i
uttbelevable.conNbackFlfietdssefatanthorticut. '. the-'rirsCPmbyterlan Church of !
; pumps, Frigldalre, Champion 'a, + .. time has served as supply .
potato diggers, fertilizer, wed 't.'ftf.- Homestead bjr the pastor, the Rev, the Miami Nazarene C be plant specialist explain a
potatoes and other aeed and lnae turhit at the Sub-Tropical Experiment !: X. L. Nelson assisted by the a* a speaker at revival i the pioneer period of cutting .:r-
, tic Ide.. Station, told the party of George K: Deuel of Redland. tteV'1 Last Sunday afternoon burning, which lasted more Ji
Both I,+Ir. Chandler and Mr. Tor- successful result obtained In rial was In Miami Memorial Field sang with the Gospel three centuries, reduced the
bert hate long been Identified growing sesbania on the station's Pall bearer were Jesse Soper over the radio In Miami, :I palm to a few scattered t.
with the agricultural development I experimental plot at Highland, H. Cast, H. C. Reely, Giro Ti-I the evening preached In the protected from tire by open
. of South Dade county ai grower, which contrary to its name is some Clarence Hunt and Willard side Nazarene Church. or deep swamps ."'
packers and shipper Mr. Smith of the lowest land In the district field. I species may grow to. .
served a. manager for the W. He said that It is killing out oV Mr*. Rostlund was to return to I! of 100 feet or more. their
State Park Last
Cauley afore for several yean. H.I I noxious weeds In the plot. Mr. Los Angeles. this week after a fowl! I tapering trunk. .lOi-nuijr
Steffanl said that results in various I I days In Redland with her stepfather : Of Royal Palm Says color, ending in ,n plain'" >rim I :I ;
L O her1 I : leaves Whin vmuiu \this
Young People's Group'sElect fields of sesbania how that It will Rugglcs. and '
kill out Bermuda grass, Johnston! brotherv Chester Hawley, who was :I Gainesville) Sept 10 .11. fni, .t inili ,11'1' 'Ii. i I..t )
Council Members I age and road building may bcttrr 'in goes ,nil, I 1" i
grass and nut &1'11II. I II' on his way from summer school nt i : : :,1,1' \
Duke extermination of the majestic I than when sot n'ona: v'i t t. t
University, Durham, N. C., I
Delegates elected by the varlO Without knowing what it was I when Us mother' died. Mr. Hawley palm, one of Florida's mOlt in of"'n Rmuml Tli ,IIILL" .
organization to the council of the at the time, Mr. Steffani found a leave this ,week 'for Boca- I tiful tree, according to a j' young p ilins IK, illIi ," 'i
Redland District Young People'I' amaH field rfsrabaolamtU Highland o Grande, Ma. where from O. F. Cook, of the year Seeds are scntti n .1 I Iy ,
he returns as
Union at their Individual meeting section last year. Attractedby ''a teacher In the high school plant Industry; to the : !I .. but the inllni. hit', I k
Sunday night were announced Its thrifty appearance and theI cultural Extension: Service j coarcr RI, is*, often ",in' I I. ill
last night n follow: I nitrogen globules on Its root, he .I Mr. Ruggles this week attributed Only one group of royal ,,. seed
First Presbyterian Church Miss sent It to the experiment station at I the unexpected death of his wife has bern preserved and :.. the juuntf palms .m' piw-"> '
Eleanore Holferty and Miss Elizabeth Gainesville for Identification and to effect of her years of work asa cessible! to the public-at the : they might become .lhw, i -t,
Bush; Redland Community asked where seed could be obtain I missionary in war torn China. | al Palm Park, southwest of over mewl of Flun, Iii. M 1 1''
Church, Miss Kathryn Cast and ed. It was Identified as aesbanla The only complaint she had was stead, and even a part of this says

Mia Irene McCullough, St John' i and Brawley, Cal., a place in theI r.- .... j
Episcopal Church, Tommy Collins I Imperial Valley which I Is below
and Billy Clark, Homestead ;! sea level, was given as the best
Church of the Nazarene place to get seed The county
Kenneth .
I L. L. CHANDLER President T. :\1. TORBERT. Ser>'.-Trea
and half of
sent for ton
Chambers and Freddie Borgardt.; Agent a a
Silver Palm Community Church seed, paid for out of the county
Clement Russell and Bill Fletcher; I agricultural fund and had It sown I
Homestead Methodist Church Garland Ion 15 experimental fields of five Announcing the Opening ofGoulds
to forty acres each, from Perrine I
Wynt and Mia* Martha" Close; I
First Baptist Chnrch of Homestead to UI.hland"whJch is I several miles
ATVal Taylor and Miss Ii southwest of Florida City. '.] '

Christine Hughes.A I. In the Imperial Valley, Mr. Steffani SUpply; I 111C.
meeting of the council will aid theft-are 100,000 acres/
be held soon. I i of sesbania under cultivation In I

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This is an unusual store. We sell Groceries, Finest Meats, Hardware
''. Dry Goods, Drug Accessories, Farm Tools and. MachineryA




Oliver Tractors, ,Plows and Farm ToolsFairbank's
e AU of our tomato and other seeds for fall Blaatiag have
Morse Pumps
not only been tested for termination, bat an also proved for .

adaptability, productiveness, and trueness to type In ear extensive Frigidaires

Proving Grounds at Plant City Fla. b say ether I Potato
I Champion Diggers
eedsmsa offering yea this protection and service ,
Fertilizer Special Mixture or Regular

0 Prefect yourself by planting Kilt ore's proven Bred.. I
II I Seed Potatoes and Other Seed
lUte seeds for year taU crops.
I InsecticidesCOME

Fertilizer, Crate Material, Insecticides, FeedKILGORE

We Will Give You Service and Save You Money


Goodyear Tires Gas-Oils
] SEED CO *. ."* ,
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LEADER-ENTERPRISE Too Late to Classify -- MAIL BEditor'Ieadeu'Enterprise .

rt Published Friday at Heat Bf RwwB Kay Bicycles are being used In increased Ride: with both band on the ---- ,

J a****. Fla *T aM Sooth Dad L numbers Revival of their,handle bar : : .
Publishing Ceo Walking to the exposition use I* attendant with great ha*, Don't ride other passenger on t take pleasure in Joining the

grounds farm my hotel the other aid a* compared with many :years :your bicycle. multitude In Honwtetad in ip. !
t lIEN AKCDEE __..E4.U.r morning, I chanced to pan a nor- ago when there was little vehicular Have a headlight,an4 a UlMigh predation Of the good work attempted +
ist's shop and taw displayed In the traffic and few motor carp on or reflector on the rear. of your by: the chamber of commerce .

; Entered: aa _n4 class IUD window a large tank: crammed the street and highways bicycle at night toward a wider usefulness
t lultcr Marcb .g. lilt. a' tie pest full ol water hyacinth while aa The following; precautions for Don't coast, especially In traf of the telephone network The

f efflee at If_...... FlerU*. wake artistic sign informed ..-n-r: bicycle riders are suggested by I fie universal presence of the telephoneIs
Ik* act of Mare, I. 1171.MJB. that they. were Florida Water Orchids casualty company Dont apply your brake suddenly certainly a stop la the right di.

i and might be purchased .t Obey general traffic reaulatloN.e.pecIaUJ' or too hard. rection. Instant and frequent corn.tuilwtlon .
the special price of Ilk per bulb signals and'treffle Give pedestrian the right .of goes far toward helpIng .
f I ClaveUadan, their nose pm*. tights ; way I business and social activities 1
ed to the glass, exhaled delighted Sound your warning sign) and a* a safeguard against tha
Fbbfb' I ISuppoalnJ' 'ah"i and some went Inside to Give hand signals when you when approaching Intersections spread of fire it has no equal "I
purchase and Joyfully march down want to stop or turn Ride only en streets In which Oftentimes little blase result '.
fish don't bite *t first, Always have .p warning signal traffic I is light where large and destructive
the street clutching one of the precious a fire ,
Throw What down are you row goln'pole to, chuck dot out plants tor the family fish' on your bicycle. Keep tq the right and Close to will follow if not subdued by early ;,

bait boVl or the back yard lily pond. Don't ride too fast the curb or side of road attention.Our .
your Dont "hook on" to automobilesto Look out for cars pulling from hilly New England rural
And say your flthlq't through? Amaaed and curious I stepped (
Into the shop to make Inqulr.I be pulled along. parking places.Do town are remarkably serviced '

You bet you ain't; you're going tof..h I The clerk behind the counter explained not pass automobile aheadof by wires to even very distant ".,
you. farms and our tire-fighting outfits -
In detail that these choice
hove people running all over FlorIda When driven of cars coming like Homestead's
An' fish, in' fish .ft' wait and rare Florida Water Orchids this. winter thicker than ants are, veryefficient
from the sound born to
rear peakpull
Until you've ketched a bucketful came from Green Cove Spring on at picnic. and lot of 'em ... frequently saving large
a I I over to the right and let them
dairy barns and priceless old colonial -
the St John's River In Florida,
Or used up *U your bait Eonna buy homes and stay .1 j
and did his best to tell'me tome. I You better start pawing around :; pass.Look out for car .which may homes.HOLLISTXR SAGE.
Suppose IUCCCM don't come it tint And didn't I reid IOmewhere.bout the attic and see if you haven't i
attempt to pass on your right North Woodbury Conn., Sept. t,
What are ,olft' to doT the spending bitlof I ,
you government house and lot or a farm or e Don't turn or cross at Inter_ 1938
Throw up the sponge and Uckyourself millions of dollar trying to kill of acreage you'd like to disposeof Ions unless it appears safe ,'I
the cockeyed hyacinth order to and let folks know "It can be 1
And growl and fret, and stew keep eur Streams open to navigation tad" by taking an advertisement fle. No Bad Boys

? I thought of the Klsslromei 1ft your local paper. The Florida ween Intersections.Park "There ar no bad boys; Just
You bet you ain't JOU.... going\ to liver, the St Johns River and exhibit and the advertising It .is your bicycle on the side different varieties of good ones" <

fish. hundreds of beautiful lake choked giving the state Is selling Floridato walk. This. will prevent Injury says Floyd Starr who for 20 years
An' bait, and bait '1'1". with the darned for ,
thlnp.-tMn thousands every diy Take it to yourself and damage to your has been caring boys that
Until success will bite your hook watched more folks ankle in and from me they'll be down there bicycle from automobiles everyone else thought badThe .i
For grit .Is sure to win.--Bindery plank down a perfectly good quarter this fall and winter and in up to Form the habit of looking out for badness .Is on top. I must admit ;l
Talk for one tiny flowering bulb you to help 'em find the home or automobiles that It forms a pretty thick crust ..
and had to admit that Mr. Barnum farm or location they're: looking sometime But when I dig down ;

How One Man Solved the was right! tor. "How long you in Jail to', Moses" to the real boy. I find something i'
another "boom" sneakIng clean and sweet and good. Some-
A bit further down the street li There's "Two week .
Slot Machine Problem another shoo where they sell anta up on you, and if you're not "What sm de cha"gt"?" times I fail But that U. because ,1
Little colonies of them In glass ready for it it wont be because I "No chage. everything am 1 hove not been able to read that i
< tree. of the prominent manufscf wes, with Just enough dirt to per- failed to warn you. tree "-Ex real boy."-Rotarlan Magazine J
i"i< i of u Florida town has two
I'I'I mit the crtttera to do a bit of tunneling I
1 ( I i ,inn, His little' boy and girls
and nest building-and people __
(it"Il i" i".l children I to\ play were the slot went for theM with the same,, m MAIM ""litfL.IfPt! $( 4IhNNIfH II 'llI
they also wanted to maclabw'l I with display the of Interest. and gusto an

I,. ,der, i to show true hyacinth.And 4
,I ""id huppin the roan bought a I understand there are people
I I walking I the streets looking fora
u ii slot machine Taking It '
lama. he ge each member of the I Job while thousand of others ( '
Lowly JO nickel Each one I I are standing around with money: in r.

TO ,cut in the 60 nickels and w"l their pockets eager to pay: a quarter -
I for a hunk of hyacinth or sev h D
\I u.1 1 came out. Each one pl.I I rr i
enty-five cents for a package of opt ec' ( "
txl I and a few nickels were re*
lu II'd. After they had all played : ant*. t yol4K.o: .
1ond round, two of them werev I'm just abut ready to quit .
iihout money., and the other two I I working te* and am fixingto t4OP IN'
pad very little left. On the third open One a stand somewhere- .
pi.i all the money was gone her and start selling these city

TI.. next night when the man i slickers bottle of polly-wogs or "
(,11"1' home. he brought a bag olir i cetophene wrapped coquinas ,
'" cv He wanted the family I Maybe Spanish moss would go
if we'd It little sticksand
good drape on
U i' why slot machines wereI 1
I Ii call It Castilian Maiden Hair ti
( I nn. -armed bandit One
I IIt" and red bugs ought
i or something
'I i tin other the family put mon-
to knock 'em for a loop if somebody
i t the mnrhinr until $6000
I Io,. t In nil! 1200 nickel wereu.t would just future out some clever ,

,1'1' 'd In the machine and the I WilY to present 'em. Vr
) ., \, ixil never did drop 1 Then think what guy could do COva rei3tltt
up here with a mew of sand-spurs .
I inning to his children lu ilio\ ..
to bring at least; a dime
They ought ,
slot machines
ed Hum that are not
n; Mm: of sport but they art a I apiece and I'll bet these yokel
form of robberySmithsonian, would be standing in line for a
: (*.**. to get one to take home.
for the baby. to play. with.
Observes But getting back to the hyacinth -

90th BirthdayThe : Then ought to be a couple
of hundred thousand bulb to the:
Smithsonian Institution at acre so some of you folks with riparian -

Washington, D. Cit hat patent IU80th I rights or I private lake
mllettone was on August might get out you pencil and pap
10. 1B4., that Preildent J.In..I er end try figuring out Just what r.. + t 1 ,l '
Knox Polk approved the act passed your estate .Is worth at 33c per j

. by Congress to establish this bulb. Then you night run an ad a

Institution. < In some jwrttiern papers offering sA
Jam.Smlthloa 17(1-1(29, an to son half Interest In your Florida f1I
English stucjent of chemistry and I water orchid farm for $23.000 I
mineralogy was a mm of considerable WU Florida ha certainly been '
means According to tradition the Fair Haired Girl up her thisweek. I
Mr Smithaon met Benjamin We've bad front page .
Franklin. and at a result of thismeeting I In Cleveland newspapers everyday .

he made a bequest thanks to the effective workof [ Wtiofaded 'I'

nearly 100,000 pounds to the ofl.. George Clements while I've .
State to found a gnat Institution, been gailopleg! In and out of radio "

the purpose ol which war theJncreaasvend studio so fast they cant tell sae ,
diffusion of knowledge : from the hired kelp with the rt. .

among men." suit that Florid has bee featuredon 'TUB SPANISH FLAG WM the ant to lr ertr attar Florida's secession from the Unkm

The various widely of this. IBititullon ; 15 program during the week 1 Florida, being planted '.U 1(13 by Pone d* January 10, UU The Stan said Strip** et the
are known and with from fifteen minute spot up Leon by Narvata In 1521 and D* Sots In 1539. U United Slate was first salaried over St. Augustine
have contributed In no small way to a full hour, Including five network tar the quartered arms of Castillo and Leon oa July U, 1121 when Florid was ceded to the,
to the mm total of America'sscientific program and a break on the a red and white licIt! The French flag made Its United State by Spain. It bore IS star for the
knowledge. On the an- Palmolive hour. And this publicity -
IjpMI'tlMO' In 158, with Rikaulv and mew overt SS state of the Union at the time. t
the founding of the is all extra-added to what
ntv'nary of President! of Cat)tint an Lila St. Johns, lSt>l. It hid three 'THE MANATEE, or SEA COW. I Is a tropical anti/::
Smithsonian Institute gain from millions peoplewho
Roosevelt sent the following me [t actually visit the exhibit golden ;. ir-d"JIs la a blue rid, being ttso4 ai 1 trial f nd Is not often found ilorth of SoUthera

sage to Dr. Charles O. Abbot,lsecretary | Now white I may. be a total 1 the national French flag until supplanted by the Florida as it is very sensitive to cold. It consume
of the Institution be as a political prognosticateID tricolor during the HavobUloa Tbs EnI>tb Asp,;,aleoeit 400 pounds at vutUbl matter a.d",1 Its
The Smithsonian I Institution I stake my reputation If any: I waved ever Florida dunsj the British/ .dominion flesh Ie universally reptcttd a* being excellent for
through nine decades baa abund-I and two dollar beside, on my from 1TSS to IT83 and her the combined red food and Its skin Is valuable for loather Tht M aa-

antly Justified the hope and expectations ability to forecast the future a* crease .f St George MId St Andrew (the pitnl ate la.a Banwal amid to be docile and easily Umtd
of Its founder James I far a* Florida la concerned rm saints of England all'I atlnnd), ea a blue field. but rather rata la captivity.

SllJthaon.,1 ." t telling you now that we're gonnai The EUit and nc.llfedcracJ. vas > .

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Friday 8>pt 11, 10M 4 THE LEADER.. ENTERPRISE Pan Five _

IlIlIIl JIlmmuwunumuml mrnJ 1: month Tommie Brooker lit the: 1110 Score MadeIn Local Group to Present NEW PLAY FIELD "
candle on the birthday cake and Church
Miami Program
also cut tM cake. Everybodyhad ; Both Ball Games
20 Years Ago a royal food time and wished TO AFFORD MORE j

the babies would have birthday Played Last NightTavern The young people of the Homostead -

oftener Presbyterian Church are ATHLETICS HERE

IIIiIIiiIIIIIItiflllflillllilllliIIIIQiflhifi( ( -Labor<"A Vfrsad Day when accident a crowd occurred fromPrinceton ;:;Tavtrnler eked taking a tpeetal program to the ,

TW Mining kMM >M t.h.a .w. and other adjoining out 11-10 victory overlhe Rotary Westminster Presbyterian Church j
"be IN* tk. W tin a..wt.d club and Brooker outlasted Cton (GMiUnued from Page 1)
BM q.4m mHUUktt .... M, Itl" town were on their way to a in Miami Sunday evening.
.. w a.w rlww __ I Woodmen' picnic at Cutler via Inger Packing Co., 11-10 lit the The following numbers arc on swimming If the munMpal pool

i motor truck. R. K. Cochran of diamond ban game played on the >the program which they have prepared K repaired )n time, will be included j
spt T, 1916 fecal field but night In thl 'fir"" phyaic! education -
Goulds, and other young men were : Hymn "I Low to TeU the
I back of truck 3. B. Ctonlnger, Florida City program.
standing at the a j Story"; prayer of vocation; introducing A
-'T\'Ie Homesttead\ marriage of Henry Carterof when the chain slipped, throwingtwo pitcher, hit three home run In the subject by the leader. Mr. Sister has been spending

to Miss Anna S. or three of the boy to the his tint three time at bat-etch I Miss Lot Behren; scriptures the past two month a* a coach and.
Danforth of Omro, WIs., took
: place i ground none sustaining injuries tint with the bam empty. In his lesson by Mary Francis Arthur; examiner: In Red Croat life saving
at the home ot the bride' motheron
except Mr. Cocbran. lie was sent fourth trip to the plate he lOt on I hymn, "Tell Me the Old, Old tests at Miami Bench and Miami -
September 1. The bride was to the hospital at Miami but died base on an error by Brooker, tint i Story"; talk on preaching by H. During August he condtn t-
a gradual of the SMIte Normal '!
soon after arriving there. The, baseman for the lumbermen i lit[ Graham; talk on teaching by ed teat at Smlth'a Casino whcre
School and taught drool for a accident caused concussion of the' Edw. Brooker got four ingle '.Landon Hickton; hymn, "Lord, 14 pasted the Junior and six passed -
Cumber of year, the last tin astraining ." I' out of four times at bat and Barrow .
brain !Speak to Me That I May Speak"; the senior life saving teat* At
teacher In school
"Miss Vera Picrson arrived hero Brooker shortstop, walked talk, "Jesus' Personal Witness DeauviUtf Casino nine passed the
Work. The bride and groom art Sunday and will open school Tuesday each Ot hit four time at the plate. with a Proud Pharisee" by Miss Junior Uata. Tonight he will complete -
both native ot Wisconsin and
of this week." (Princeton). T..m. E. It K.I Martha Lee Bush; offertory; accordion a life saving course for Boy
have known each other for eight treIn. ...... 300 420 1-10 10 1
Rotary solo by E. J. Graham; talk, Scouts at the Miami Y. M. C. A.
: Mr.Carter I*a well known Sept. If, 19HJ Tavern Si 000 80S I-U e 4 "Jesus' Personal Witness with a pool, when 30 out of a class of (3

and highly respected resident of Batteries: Rotary Nelson and. Sinful Woman" by Mia Jl: llOrHolferb' are expected to pass the junior ,
friend Lamb spending
this section and his many Howard ..
Sincere Smith Tavern Store:
; ; Wtnets" tett
:locally Join In congratulation week M Ft Lauderdale with ; "My by Miss
They arrived in Homestead on ril Mitchell" cr-I Finder and W. Pinder IU RusselLTeam IL E.Clonln..r Elisabeth Bush; hymn, "I Will Mr. Bleier was also In charge of s

Monday and have taken their -"Roy Flora ha resigned a* Make you Fisher of Men"; bone-, life saving teal given to 150 girl'
1-10 I T
Oil US '
house ha postttkm -' diction. at the Miami Y. W. C. A. pool.
residence in Mr. Carter1 Inspector and accepted a I'I Brooker 420 104 x-11 > 1 I

near Redland." with the Homestead Mercantile Batteries: Brooker; Thomas and' -- .-.-- ..- .
"Shtrunk HaU caught fire in Co." Shaw: Cloninger: Clonlngcr and
"Miss Nellie Stlllng of Dayton
some unknown manner early Bryant. |
Thursday morning and burned to has been visiting her cousin Mr*., Us
the ground. The two adjoining Lee Lehman, for a few day" Judge by Our r

buildings owned by H. F. Blantonof "D. R. Sullivan, E. Z. Thompson Miamians Defeat ;'

W. F. WinD and R. Ostw
Miami, were also destroyed
the Homestead representative Locals 11-10 in Ten I
are I StudentsNot
-"Mr and, Krs> Thomas Employed
on the grand Jury empaneled ori :
citizen' of Homestead,
prominent Tuesday. The session will con Inning Game Here
who have been touring through "
tinue about a week. I
the north, their return home {
topped orrV on in Ocala for a visit C.-vw.McMinn H. Sykel and F., Lee S. Lomis Lehman are, ofc C The Civic league all-star Homestead from I one qualified is unemployed!
defeated the
Mrs.B. :
with their former neighbor. 'I
It Seymour. . the.petit" Jury now titling in Miami. all-star diamond ball team on the,'I

-"Mis* Lena >uch. letf Mondayfor --"E/ A. tents' sad family will local field Monday night 11-10 In|I The better
ten qualification the better
a visit to Jacksonville. "I(, leave their former home In Michigan innings your ;
A heavy downpour of rain momentarily -
-"MI. Eunice Nixon returned for tbd return trip about Octo halted the game at the your chancel for promotion What are you doIng -
from New York City several day
ber 1st"
beginning of the third Inning to improve yourself a. the business world
"go. "Mrs. Morrefl McSweeney spent Thomas with two double and ,

-"A nice new Stoke building1: last*eeKlfl Mauri.! tae single and Brooker with a demand more and D'loref
to bt erected Mon by Dr. J. B. double and three Ingle* led the 4 4If

Tower on the Jot adjoining his mm tM FreofreaJe DM** Homestead hitting end less with 1 1a '
residence KnMhtf avenue. The TOR JUln'A. flve-roornrOat homer add tare tingle led the I fire per cent of the people do the thinking

building will be M feet deep with with bath 1Ine."*- Wtlamian, for the others
private on car j what will be your score ten
a 40 foot frontage built of Tell
"It I* hoped every citizen willcoopcraU 04. ,'_ a's..e'f w
I i f f
forced concrete, and have two to the foulest extent 11.111.w ..... e a 1 aa.r".e let a e' years from now?
.1 f
storlM. The ground floor will be Imkh .< a a a ..._ I
with the Board ot Health Jn an DOT IfCkritfU 1
used as a drag store, the fixturesof Irr'I
effort to make the town clean.0'A Let us assist to break into the business
.. you
the Homestead being Its a. rt I
Pharmacy -
gasoline stove which wasnt .. ;: : &II.lfc.nl.: a* 4 t of
ffnved In, and a* offices The acting right frightened occupants and .'... ..- e ,IC._ *...... e I'1 world-among men, power, and finance.
upper floor win be an open hall. of the house and the fire department 5 fro : 1JI: wren :' ::-. 1 e t '
-"Mn. Camp and Paul Z. entertained :;., : I
was called, but caused no We hate assisted others to 1
independence bit
Mrs. Colby and John at damage"' Chrfctfc Load\ Uuj I : :

Miami Beach on Sunday. It wasJohn's I "FOR SALE-A Jersey cow giving Tuttle 44 ii" ,...... 41 !. 14 not time for you to start !
picnic and John thoroughly I eight quart of milk, a folding I, All .tan 9126115916111Nosh
enjoyed himself especially at i bed, and a sewing machine." ad s l o I 1$0-114|I
lunch time."Wednesday." TM bM* tlM: TlMiM t, .loans (,!,
Bmnkw barrow Bint Smith: home rum 1 Ii
afternoon Mrs I One Method .pal.. haw: Wlnlra*; fert ,mIS. II> Homestead Business CollegeSecond
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Harvey Fitzpatrick entertained The buyer "But the seem
: rooms as a.ll.-off: :"loo.. Load DMIi |.
babies and their mother with a to small"Real .tra.k sat, hr 71.0. .. ,:. I';ha.off floor Home

babies' birthday party. Each baby estate agent: "You can takeoff .Load M lv t: Inalnainnofir wlnnliton I pllrlwr:. : :lund D.aainal: .rronUlrd. : I Building

had Just had a birthday or will i a few layer of wall paper."- I. tlx..... bro+h.r s, Car,, I I

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z Due to the'ravages of one of the worst droughts the country has ever experienced M ( !

j 'r,::" the nation's supply of foodstuffs is the lowest on record. Only South Florida and 93W

C4 other winter farming areas can produce fresh vegetables for the nation's table before y

o I next summer. See us and arrange to farm in America's Outdoor Greenhouse oz

, ; this 'coming season. Choice potato, tomato, bean, broccoli and general marl farming .

I land awaits selection.w" : '., t"4L
N : your / >-

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or leathery This la characteristic can -withstand.'the-'fury ,.f these Manslaughter Charge- ', .

tlangrove'Tree Crawls like a ,Crab (,{ deaert trees. many of which force are.what are finally left to Ball Field Shooting

I In Its Work of Building IslandsBy I have a great variety of device to embellish our landscape. Being I. Ip -
art usually
reduce evaporation and conserve most expo.edtho treed; ; sf'i
-- moisture In a place where water the first to suffer'. They are forced manslaughter *
Dr. Jell C. GVferdcnrmRV Although so near, It la little known precious. to stand the brunt of all these I the fatal shooting of Charlie Me-
Cloud, negro, at a ball In
none: ",.. MmtU .a 0.. except by hunters trappers, fishermen Although living in water themanlP'Ove struggles Foremost among these same
,It .t. the tnt of rMMth Hate _... and renegades and I* In reality leave resemble those tree that fight the destructive Homestead colored town on Aug.
> lr John C otrr.r..r.r..be gf let- of nature Is the 30, R. H. Hughley, negro ordered .
.Mir I. Mini URIea iy.t aa wild aa the valley of the of dry weather plant Its leave
broken held by a coroner's jU1'1laat week,
When the mangrove are
Amazon. and its root are cov-
around the are leathery
On tropic shores
was bound over to Dad .Countycriminal
and killed it to time to seek shelter
thick corky layer of
wide wide world there li a sal The mangrove crawl like a crab ered with a underground. court under bond of $1.000
on its many leg. Its snaky tissu It i* probable, therefore,
by Justice of the Peace S. L. Kendrlck
swamp forest the muter tree o< branches reach down Into the that tbe mangrove absorb and The forest form a protective at -
a preliminary hearing
which U the red mangrove The' briny water and grasp the bottom.It uses very little, It any salt water blanket over the surface of the
torrid ton U 3000 miles wide and I i* lOOn firmly fixed in the muddy If It did the pores of the tree would earth. That i* its first and moat im- Friday nightTestimony

Close to 25,000 miles in ,Irth. Thli shore and like a wooden maze, probably loon be completely clogged portant service to mankind. The of witnesses showed
catches the floatsam and Jetsam with alt May be the tree value of its product I* insignificant that lea than half an hour before
embrace close to hall of the land McCloud was hot with the
which come its way doe Its drinking when the tide compared with this service gun
surface of the slobs, a large proportion The teed germinates I* out. Even so, there I* no freshwater The more these forest ire tattered he had brought to the ban field
of which i* mangrove while still mangrove attached to the parent at any time on a muddy bar and torn, the less 1* their efficiency and mapped 1* Hughley face

swamp. In the counties South tree. This develop into a green In the middle of the ocean. Perhaps It work aa a united whole to without Its firing, the two had
In the corky tissue on Its root check the evil effect of the enemies quarreled over advance Hughley
Islands northern Australia, ish brown radicle almost a foot
the should be wa accused of making to Mc
heavier at the root end so may have a way of ridding of roan
r the last India, the coast of Africa length, and Cloud wife. Witnesses said
that It drop like a dart and plants water of salt, which I* not at all cherished and protected,
and throughout tropical America, Itself in the mud, or If it fall In likely. Where it get its water Is foremost from a public welfare Hughley knocked McCloud off the
the red mangrove or its close r latlve deep water float upright for may a mystery to me. standpoint, regardless of the useful porch of the house where the altercation -

In battle array In close phalanx be many mile till it find a muddy Were we to bank around a mangrove product which they might happen took place
march forward into the ocean bar where it can start a little is- tree several feet from its to yield. The forester who get McCloud went Immediately to a
from all muddy, shelving thor. land. This has been happening trunk, keep out all salt or brackish away from the idea of public wel- friend house, took a pistol 'and'
fare loses the essence of his profession sought Hughley out at the ball
Whether a coral strand at scraggy through the age and will no doubt water, spread a little good toll
oyster bed, If It once gain continue* long a* the water stays over the surface of the mud or rock In the word of Baron lima, with the result that Hugh-
It forward and survives but von Mueller: "I regard the forest ley, much larger than his assailant,
footing marches warm and the mangrove and.supply it with a plenty,
a* a heritage given to us by nature, threw McCloud on the ground, got
hold Its own against typhoon or Th tree wicket-like not too much fresh water, it might
project not for spoil or to depatate, but to tile pistol and fired at McCloud aa
hurricane. It has Its willing helpmate stop projecting aerial root and
root Into the air to get the necessary -
feet and again
hit a*
be wisely used, reverently honored he regained
In the form of the black for the root and grow straight Into the air with one
mangrove, the white mangrove, the drop oxygen from its branches long fine trunk. In fact, this I* Just and carefully maintained" h* ought to escape.

buttonwood and other tree In thl snake-like root, also for air, and what happen when the tree grow I
i strange plant aaaodatlon which finally when the bottom 1 II reached, in fresh soil tome distance from I
defies the fury of wind and wave added support All tree up north the .... Some of the fine straight 1
j and in time of peace and calm produce annual rings, due to the mangrove tree on the West Coast
pushes its way into the sea, fortifying periodicity of the seasons, but the are on good soil which I* not always Guaranteed Used CarsWe

itself by guy and foothold 1 trunk of a tree I* really a diaryIn flooded with salt water, and
bent upon gaining Inch by Inch,, which everything that happens which at time 1* drenched with
land which It conquer from the which effect It I* recorded. If a flood of fresh water from the
MS 's*>: checked by fire, If defoliated by Everglade and by heavy downpours have the reputation of sellingthe

In this strange plant association bug, or shaken by wind, It is all of rain. I best used cars in this territory
the red mangrove il dominant and 'recorded in the ring diary of the It 1* always of Interest to the

always the leader right In the frontIn tree. Anything, in fact, that quicken beach comber to hunt for thlnl'l and we intend to maintain it. Ask :
this curious battle. It la one retard or stops growth I* recorded of value which have been
of the most perfect and wonderful in the leave of a wooden In the meshes of the mangrove after our customers.
adaptation in the plant world. It book. a itorm This 'rubbish usually
I* a' plant with a purpoae, the Forester in India long ago not- consist of sea weed.In which there I
great land former of the tropic, ed the faint ring In the wood of 1* lumber and trash of all kinds,
the protector of tropic shore, the the mangrove and Suggested that Including broken houses, 'broken I 1932 PLYMOUTH COACH
consolidator and benefactor of they might be due to the high boat, fumlture.iskelt.ton ft t,-,
r Hydraulic brakes safety steel body clean ) .1
many million of acre of mud. 'I tide of each full moon. If so up- "
Where oysters cling to its root, this bring another living thing Into kinds-'ofttles holateryf good mechanically... $250.00
where the mangrove snapper feed I the category 0( a lunar rhythm other thing lost tram ships or
among the fallen leave, where This lead to another interesting from tropical shorts In time of
the tide rise and fall, where shallow ,problem. .If we have a place in flood and storm. AU this.inlim 1933 FORD TUDOR
draft boat may navigate, the tropic where every day Is rot and form a rich,bed id which
sounds nautical. On the other alike, where the temperature|other thing may grow. I .remember -, Steel body, dark blue color,mohair upholstery,

hand, It II. place where tree moisture, and fertility are' always once a bony ;washed'I brakes good shapetires good,mileage- exceptionally -
grow where flower bloom and : ample, where there I* no drought, ashore from the deck of a schooner' ; fine $115.00 down and $23.41 month
bird ling and neat In the branche no cold, no gales, what is left to bound from Key West to Miami per
I months
The land between mean high water 'produce a ring except the variations Although alive, he was hopelesslyentangled for 12 including all insurance features.
and mean low water U subject In the moon* A* the moon In the root of the mangroves -
to riparian right and the cause waxes the night growth of the tree like a fly In a spider web.I
of many legal controversies. This would gradually Increase and then He was finally rescued by cutting 1933 FORD DELUXE SEDANNew
U the realm of the mangrove decrease again In the lame way away entangling root There, too,
n. II'',m land nor water. Many fills and finally atop In the dark of the U a shelter for the shore bird that paint job, car has been worked over and is

alnll' .ur shores, now the site of moon. Maybe some of the very; roost in Its branches. feed upon I in good shape.

b "lIl1fnl homes, were once the fine graining In tropical wood .Is the fishes and enrich the soil with'' Special this week only........ .... $300.00
C"mnu.m o f the mangrove When thus produced. guano and here, too,It the home of
"I i I"i dug in this vulphurnitkenlng I Trees while growing transpire. the crocodile i

n ". I i smell 1 1 rmitttd I that Is they Imbibe through their When the wave of the ocean *
11,[ n ,liver coin 111 the pork- roots great quantities of water hit mangrove they are broken into 1932 FORD VICTORIA

et', ,,i-.itkmen are blackened b\ I which passes upward through countless wavelets and their':' Nice, clean, sporty job, priced to sell. Ask us.
the times from the deaykag mot pore In the trunk and limbs whereIt force i* thus spent so that land In
We have of these.
sets i 1 I.. of the After from the two
1t. s mangrove I* exhaled Into the air In the their lea are protected
bI ng banged by boom and battling form of vapor. This transpiration fury of a hurricane Thus the I
with a hurricane It looks ragged stream must be ample, otherwise geography of many lands has been '
weird and forlorn. Although the leave and tender twigs wilt modified and ameliorated by the 1932 CHEVROLET COACH
with branches broken bark tat and the tree will finally die of humble mangrove The topography -'
6 smoothness rubber insulated
tered and torn and many tree thirst To prevent excessive of the earth, In fact, I* I cylinder engine
dead after the fray Its rugged transpiration In wind and strong mainly the work of fire, wind and I mountings adjustable driver's seat. Has lot of

stump are till there and it will sunlight many leave are waxy, water The living thing which i features such as sun visor, Lovejoy shock absorbers -

stronger grow again than to ever meet another storm, I non-glare windshield, cowl ventilator

dash and heat indicators on dash, syncro mesh
Across the state on the gulf
shore there la a tall dark wan of Scminolc Hotel transmission.

mangrove It 41 a part of the proposed Clean and looks nice ................ $250.00We :-
Everglade National Park,
the like of which cannot be seen DtMING ROOMTHE ,
elsewhere on the mainland of the also have 1 bunch: of and trucks

U was S.a mill of America there collecting Long ago the there bark BEST OF HOME COOKING :AND that must be closed] out. Money talk? on our

for tanning purposes and sawing ,used cars. .
fine old soldier eeetlnel Into lumber

have Some;floors*old of house thi*' wood in Miami,fortunately Mrs..Gussie Joiner,,Proprietor .''; Bird Chevrolet- Co. '

the business did not survive
*and the fume are rotting andrusting I j "- ,.',-. .* r ilOMESTEADFLA..', *'.:. _." ". ." ;';
) ; : ,
In that mosquito i.,
wilderness Nature slapped them
in the face, n U like the mouth I HARRY'S WELDWC :SHOPIHaHaal '. i
of torn* greaf South American
tuary There, too are the Ten nJNCITO/II( PtA. I
Thousand Island*,-too, numerousto ''' -. ... .. "
count,--patcbe* of mangrove In Else ...*sal Acetylene WeUls ea CyiMer BtodukCylinder .. 1 ,, --eys Maps -

a labyrinth of streams through Head. Alnaisun Caatlag ana" Bellen.A .
which the fade weep by many A. U. LIVINGSTON
= ,
-taUv* Machine tenalrlag Caicrlaw to garages b saaltearing
beds of raccoon. oyiter These isl I
reds all look alike- dangerous tearing aaCeJtgawsl reaadag,.eavaweUag af fjeWlMaarf .' -: 4-.HEGISTEREU CIVIL,ENGINEER" .
torts asul cU4e ketteg. I '
place for UM tenderfoot. and a I '" ii4 e Dd SamYOI"
favorite rendezvous for ricer who i
hunted, Jt awroe with In- >> .
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Sept. 11. 1936. THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE ..., Page'Seven

all of Miami visited Mr. and Mr*. ''ASKPATOOLOF Dn Wolfe 'Addresses f ,

: Carl Field on Labor Day Rotary Club of MiamiDr. \ 1 : .

, .illn ancl.A.rouncl Miss Nora Men is now making\ CITY PORTIONSOF H. & Wolf,- horticulturist ""
her home In Miami and will attend In charge of the Sub-Tropical experiment -
Miami High School this fall Station and past president -
Homestead ROADSContinued : of the Homestead Rotary f' .
Mrs W. R. Cheshire and daughters Club, spoke by Invitation to tile l'' '!
j June and Doris, returned last ( From Pip One) Miami Rotary Club yesterday on '
week from Stuart and Eaat Palatka mit to erect an arcade over the "The Value" of a Back Country to I '
where they visited relative for sidewalk In connection with plan Miami
11 Chas. E. Abbott, professor of: Mr. and Mrs R. E.: Bjorkmanof two weeks. for remodeling the entrance to the t
:1 horticulture In the University of: Redland announce the birth of Seminole Theatre and the entire t :
y Florida college of agriculture a seven-pound daughter on Sept. .
Miss Florence Hobbs of Fort front of hU building.Councilman .
In Homestead ( in the Post Graduate
visited as hospital
J Lauderdale arrived Tuesday to Frank B. HIM was 1t'
the guest of Wm. Musselwhlte, a until appointed to confer with the
stay Sunday with Mr. and recently -
..A former pupil, and paid a visit\/ to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Proctor and Mrs. A. O. Cain. organized Redland District School i g
the Sub-Tropical Experiment Station son, Jimmie, who are visiting with Amateur Radio Club in electing a
,:4; where he was shown around relatives of Mrs Proctor in Miami location on whatever municipal
by another ex-pupil, W. M. Fifield, made a short visit with Mr. Miss Rosemary Bethel of Key property deemed suitable for the
West spent five days her this
;jj assistant horticulturist of the sta- and Mrs L. T. Proctor her Wednesday
week with her cousin, Miss Iretta setting up of a abort wave radio
$ tlon. afternoon. Bethel. ; lit during storms or other emergencies -
#i. : and In finding a club Opening :
: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Webster ands Mr. and Mrs W. H. Sheffield Mrs. John Lowrey returned room.
daughter, Mill Alta, returned i and Mrs L. B. Delta and three Sunday from Atlanta where aba 1 I Extension of municipal electric i
Ji Monday from a three-week trip children returned Friday after had visited relatives service to O. B. Parker's Alpine
to Lisbon, My.. Waynetvill, N. spending! three weeks touring Grove Dairy, a mil north of
t, C, and Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs Virginia and North and South Mr. and Mrs J. H. Huau and Homestead on Krome avenue, was
X. A. Hartsock of Atlanta, Mrs Carolina and visiting friends and Mrs. Huau's nephews, J. H. and approved by the council.
4P Webster's parents, accompaniedthem relatives in Lewisburg, W. Vs. Wayne Adams moved last week Sale tlf
to the other ities. God-bjrt
-,' ( from S. W. First avenue to anapartmnt
: Miss NII'1.Ea1her Carter returned -, in the J. Tom Vann Son (entering office)* "Well,
Miss Elinor Hayden of the high to her horn In Valdosta, Ga, home. dad, t just ran up to say hello." f !
school faculty is expected to arrive after a two-week visit with her Dad: "Too late, my boy. Your
*, today from Danla where she grandfather, Dr. Wm. J. Carter Charles Glenn arrived Wednesday mother ran up to say hello and still f
-, his been spending the summer. Homestead who was visiting from Columbus Ga, where lot all my change"WhitewrUM on at
there, and her uncle and aunt, the he attended R. O. T. C. camp at Sun. I
E. J. Dyal returned Tuesday Rev. and Mrs. Fred W. Carter. Dr. Fort Stnnln,. He also attended
'Ii from Allentown, Pa. where he Carter returned Saturday. I summer school at the University; Friday from a month's visit with
spent the past five weeks. Bill of Florida In Gainesville this summer friends and relatives Lewleburg,I
.. Newton who has been spending Mr. and Mrs.. Art Cud have He plans to leave for W. V*. I, HERMAN'St
.It! the summer there returned with rented one of Mrs. Eva Collins :Gainesville tomorrow I''
211m. duplex apartments. They plan to Mr. and Mrs H. N. Brown and
move there.tomorrow. Mrs. Edith Keen returned Wednesday family moved last week from the I Opposite City Hall
Mr*. Frank B.Rue returned from the keys where she Fred Brockett cottage on Eighth
:Wednesday from Stamford Conn. Mrs J. B. Prince of Ralford Is spent a week. street to the Community Church .
1 she spent two weeks visit- visiting her' brother-in-law and parsonage. P r
i.1'where I Ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. sister, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Horton. Miss Dorothy Radford of .
.t Francis M. Prlngle, and other O'Brien. Fla., will return to her Mrs Cooley and her daughter
I j\ relative Allen Smith! who returned Sun- home today after a two-week visit Annabell, are guests at the home
day from a vacation visit with here at the home of her uncle and of Mrs Cooley's sitter, Miss Anna-
Mrs. 3. W. Avery ha returned South Carolina relative and his aunt Mr. and Mrs. Q. C. Radford bell Lochrle this week. I
( from 'an extended visit with rela- father W. Maxwell Smith, art Don't Fail
.'*r tlves In North Dakota. On the spending a week at Miami Beach Mr. and Mrs George Mable of to ,
/.11 i.1( :way there' and Jhe?way back' From. Tuesday; till Thursdaymorning Miami were Monday guests of Mr.
#. r she visited athome.of,. bet Allen.Was a guest at the Mr*. W. W. 8*t f daughter in N tMifla.! home of Billy Clark. This winter .NosMiss" -
;IF Allen .and. his sister, Belle, Mrs. Frances Anderson moved Roselyn Becket, who Is
Drand Mrs. J. A. Smith, will attend school In Starksvllte, ,I last week from the Hobart Brock- staying in Miami, is spending afew
C. their .son, Archer: \ and Bobby Miss, why Mrs. Smith has a ett cottage on- Eighth street to the days here this week. for
Crow returned yesterday from a government position. home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hena
..,: week of deep sea fishing in South Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Nelll and
f Florida waters In the Smith boat Mrs Vera Summeriln and her Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Whorley son Paul, arrived on Friday from
Ii daughter Miss Bobbie Ire expected returned last Sunday from Hawthorne South Bend N. C.
: Mr. and Mrs. J. Tom Vann and to return aeon from Daytona Fla., where they had spent I Real
'', their daughters Misses AHa and Beach where they have spent the' the summer, Mr. and Mrs Charles Clinton
$ Katherine, plan to leave Sunday summer with Mrs Summerlin's and Mrs. Margaret Kennedy attended !
for Tallahassee where Miss Alta brother-in-law and sister Mr. Miss Mable Robertson who has the wedding: of Mr Clinton I Values
will attend Florida State College and Mrs. L,. W. Summerlin. been on the nursing staff of Johns cousin.! Mill Jeanette Anderson -
i for Women. On the way to Hopkins Hospital left Sunday for and Wm. Robertson In Miami
Tallahassee they will visit relatives Mr. and Mrs W E. Lewis and Irvington N. J., for a short visit Sunday I
'il In Lament and Vero Beach Roland Tolaon returned Thursday with her brother-in-law and sister ---- --
4 J Mr. and Mrs Vann and Miss I, of last week from a vacation of Mr. and Mrs Dan HaberUndt
Katherine will be gone a week. several months Mrs. Lewis and before leaving for the Philippine i
Roland visited in Norfolk Va,, Islands I
1 J. E. McCauley who has been in while Mr. Lewis visited various
f poor health for several weeks Is produce marketing centers on Mr. and Mis Angelo Silvestriand
"* slowly regaining his strength business family moved to Homestead I

Mr. and Mrs. F O. Bullard and Misses Virginia:' and Jewell ,
family returned last week from Hodge visited relatives ,In Day ,i: Charles Parhnm returned to his
J, Pritchardvflle, SC., where they tona Beach from Sunday until home in Miami Saturday after a
spent the summer. Thursday of last week. visit with relative ben

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Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Pitts of Fort Mr. and Mrs John Sever and I Mr..and Mrs Harold Sheffield
Pierce spent the week-end with family, Mrs. Becky Sever and Mrs Boyd Cohernour and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Waller I niece and Mrs Worthy Crowe Lloyd Delta and children returned

'. If your house require a new roof or new aiding;or,(If you

:. New Stock of Fall Seed desire to modernUt your home,you can now borrow from
$100 to$2000 for the work and pay it back on easy monthly .

payment extending over a period along as 36 month.


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'r! 'We have! New\Stock of Tomato,;Pepper. Cabbage and other Vegetable e This W your INTEREST oppertwtty XATKtV to add I* the value

Seed forf Fall Planting We.also have Redland Brand Fertilizers for cfyoiv property by making .bopraramnta that
I r. 's on.4..sed.Let us"i>Ua NIt aT It Is to bar

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Pale Eight THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE" _. .Frisian,'Sept' 11, 193d

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Social Evenls in South Dade ; t


FOR VISIT IN MIAMI AND 1I0MESEADI Mrs. Eva Collins gave I beset Nine boy were present at the Boy Hardin Jean and Bobby An-

I party at Miami Beach Tuesda: Redland Future Farmer wiener derson Thelma Chlnners, Billy

Dr. Zarle D. Matthews, ion for*. Aides Matthew and followed by a theatre party In Ml. roast and swimming party at the Parks, Evelyn Akers Billy Per-

Mr and Mn. Stanley F Matthew Stanley F. Matthew went deep 'and in honor of the IIVf'IIteenth'annJy1'1 70th street causeway at Miami kins, and Billy Musselwhlte.

of Homestead and Mill Alice: sea fishing from Matecumbe.The of her son Tommy.In Beach Friday afternoon Mr. and Also present were: Mrs. Carl

Poulnot, daughter of Mr pt>4 Mrs. young couple' left Wednesday the croup beside Mrs. Cot. Mrs M. A. Baker and Mn T. E. Anderson Mrs. A. A. Koestllne,

!C N Poubiot of JackSMirllla were for Griffin O*., where Dr. tins and Tommy were: Miss Loul Adams accompanied the group. Mrs. J. B. Perkins Mr. H, G.
taarrlBd Saturday evening it 1 Matthew I* assistant agronomistat Lang Fitzpatrick Buddy Fits- The boy going were: Don Lair, Thurman Mn. Henry Brooker,Jr.,

clock it the home of the bride's the experiment station.Dr. Patrick Jack Krome and Robert Donald Sickle, Roy and Warren Mn. Gordon Ivey, Mn Geo. M.

parents. Matthew wa graduates GauzeM. Wood, Richard Crawahaw Larry Frick, Mrs. K. W. Parka Mrs.

After the ceremony they Carne from 'Homestead High School atthe .....;.- Hall, Fred Tiftlen George Grun- Hunter Hardin, Mrs. Green Rives,

to Miami to visit Of. Matthew head of his clan, and at Mi MISS GERALD REITZ well and Alvin Prothero. Mr. Bruce Ennia and Mr*. Robert

brother and sf t.r-lrt.law, Mr and graduation from the University of HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY Anderson

Mn. Aldus Matthew, and to Florida received a fellowship at< Mr*. Selma Reitz gave a monopoly DAMES HOLD
Homestead to visit his parent, the University of Maryland where party Wednesday evening li TWO MEETINGS D. II. DELLtNGEK TAKES

Since Dr. Matthews' mother Is ill: he completed work for his doctor honor of the birthday anniversary The Dames girls of the class of CLASS ON FISHING TRIP
bedside He I I. a member of Phi D. It Delllnger took the boys
and visitors at her are defree of her daughter, Miss Geraldine. 1935 of Homestead High School
permitted to remain but a few l Kappa Phi, honorary scholastic The birthday cake wa chocolate held a reunion at a pot luck lunch of his Sunday school class on a

minutes the bride and bridegroom! fraternity, Sigma Zl, professional coated and bore 17 candles. Ice eon meeting at the home of fishing trip at Matecumbe Thurs
spent almost aU of their Urn in! scientific fraternity, and Alpha cream also was served. Miss Louie Long Fitzpatrick Monday day. They were accompanied by

11.\ml. On Monday they and M,.i Gamma Rho, social fraternity. The guests included: ; Miss Elizabeth I afternoon.The the Rev. C. N. Wllkt'r.

Skill, Miss Joan Kellurn Miss II same group with the addition Boys on the trip were: Junior

: GIVE MISCELLANEOUS BRIDAL# SHOWER 'I Bonnie Belle Myers, Miss Alta of Mia Christine Hughes will Clark, Clinton Bishop, Orval Irwin -
I'' Jen I entertained Misses Alta and Raymond Roberts, Wm. Mc-
Webster and Miss Florence I be by
FOR MRS, LOUIS, SAULS OF SOUTH MIAMI new. Katherine Vann at their home Mlchnel, Randolph Cave, Bobbyand
I I I Ralph Delllnger, Wm. Rad-

Mrs! Louis Sauls of South-Miami -erty, Mr*. Ceo. W. Turner, Jr. O. K.'* HAVE PARTY I[ day.Present Monday were: to-I ford and Harry Hall

the former Miss Dorothy ; Mr*. Herbert Turner, Mrs. J. B. FOR ALLEN: SMITH Lloyd Field, Miss Katherine
Morgan, Mrs. Neill Jeffrey, Mn. per, Miss Velera Fitch. Miss Mary- FAMILY GIVES BEACH
Branntn, was given I miscellaneous Richard Cain, Mn. J. D. Redd, Th O. K.1 gave a monopoly belle Gibbs, Miss Grace Field, PARTY FOR VISITORSA

bridal shower by Mrs. Maude I Mr. B. O. Branch, Miss Mary arty Wednesday afternoon at th MUses Alta arid Katherine Vann beach family party was given

Whitehead and Mr*. t. B. Branch Moon Mix Leola Little, Miss Pris- tome of the Rev. and Mrs. C. N. and the hostess. Sept 3 at Miami Beach for Mr*.

at the home of Mrs. Branch Friday I cilia Tread, Miss Lois Jones, Miss Walker in honor of Allen Smith li, Nolan Main of Baltimore and her
afternoon. Boots Thompson MiA Ion member of the club who MARY LOU MUSSELWHITE four children, Misses Jane and

Mid! Annie Mae Booth won the Daugherty, Miss Allle Ritch. Miss pending only a few day her this CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY Stella Mae and Martin and Billy,

lint prize and Miss Fern Robertson I Evyke Delllnger and Miss Lois summer, Little Mary Lou MusselwWt I who left Friday after spendingtwo

the second, In a Shakespeare Walker. The high score award were celebrated her fourth birthday at week with Mr*. Main' parents -

lover's puzxzle contest, and Mist. I I Those sending gift were: Mrs. made to Carol Walker, Nina t>yal a party given by her mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mr. Geo. W. Tur-

Ruth Tower won the first prize Wm. M. Johns, Mrs. Ethel Howard Billy Clark and Billy Walton Wnv Musselwhltte, at their horn ner, Sr.Preaent.
and Mn. F. Fleltas the second !I Mrs. C. C. Sounders, Mrs. Eunice Walker and Allen Smith Friday afternoon were: Mrs. Ceo W

prize In a bride' Jumbled wardrobe Frank: Irwin Mrs. Mary Barber lot the eofuolathm prize A two-tiered white birthdaycake Turner, Jr., Mrs. Main, Miss. Ea-
contest Mia Jean Parman Mist Jewel OB Thursday morning the club trimmed In green and pink, telle Turner, Miss Thelma Turner,

A r4 fee course with cackles Campbell: and Miss. Hazel Sullivan, cooked breakfast In the Dyal yard green and pink animal cookie and i Mist Jewell Turner, Misses Jan
1 And lemonade wa served. Mr*. W. H. Walker Mrs. W. D. Billy Clark was elected president .' punch were served, and the' and Stella Mae Mal, Joyce Walk

Other present were: Mrs. Ruth Bryant, Mr*. Paulie Sutton Mrs. at a business meeting Mid youngsters 'were given baftoons' er, Vernon Turner, ''Martin and
L Scott. Mrs. 1 I. Brannan. Mn E. E. 'Webb and Miss Margaret Tuesday afternoon. and Nina Dya and horns' a* favor I Billy Main and Jack:'and Charles

Jack Bramtan, Mr*. J. A Daugh- Perry sent gifts from South Miami. was elected secretary: and treuW'-1 The little guests Included Emma Turner.
er. lane Rives,J'aTtel Altman. Marian
Other present were: Koestllne Rennie The ReY. and Mrs. Howard
I Anderson Alee ,
ENTERTAIN AT FISH FRY 1 COLLEGE GULLS Carol Walker, Allen Smith, Howard Marie Marks, Sally Suber. June: Field were! dinner guests of Mr,
West Kiwis Cooper, Billy! I McLendon. Buddy Hlnman. Joyce and Mrs. Paul Eby of Miami Sun"i -
At the meeting of the Y. W. A. of
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reams gave: Walton and Letter Archer: "'
a fish fry at the home of Mrs., the First Baptist Church held at
Ream' parents, Mr. and Mn. C.! the home of Mn. J. R. Rutland, .",.. r v v.

A. Cowman, Monday night the leader, Tuesday the local girls The Calendar
I who will leave soon tor (colleges
Mr and Mr George Maxson,,: J
were honored.
"Songbirds of the West",entertained !
I Miss Fern Robertson gave a talk, Sept. 14 District meeting ol ,
with singing and playing. Mn
and sentence prayers were given. Rebekah lodge in I. O. O. F hall
Reams, Mr*. J E. Cowman and'I
Punch and cookies were served .t I p. m.
l' K Cowman also played and I
I: by the hostess. Sept 14-Business meeting ol 1
sung I Present wen: Miss Lois Walker, Homestead Business and ProJes-
Others present were: Mr. and
I Mia Lucille West Misses Katherlne atonal Women's Club at home ol j ll
Mrr W. A. Thompson and family,
I and Ellen: Vann, Mill Elizabeth Mrs. L. L. Bow.
Mi and Mr*. O. M. Hodga and '
Mcllwaln. Mia Ruth Tower, Lawn fete and
Sept. 15- supper
famlh Mrs. J. J:. Coleman and
Miss Virginia Coney Min' Esther at Homestead Methodist Church 1 f I
famZ.! and Mn. Robert Lance,
Mrv c. K Cowman and family Pope Mile' Katherine Harper, Mill Sept 15-W. M. S. circle: meet '
Robertson and Ruth and
Mary .
Mr. and Mr*. RobertJFranche of
France Rutland Homestead Home
Miami, Mrs. Lydia Cowman, Miss 17 -
Demonstration Club at<
Maui Watts, Mile Betty Roan meeting
Simmon, Keith Goaeman and REBCKAHS TO HOLD 1:30: a. m.
Budd Kemp. DISTRICT MEETING HERE Sept 17-Redland Home Demonstration

Liberty Rebekah lodge Monday Club meeting at 1:30:

completed plan for a ?.m.
0. T. CUB MEETS evening
WITH MISS BOOTH district meeting which: Win be held Sept !Rebekah anniversary S8.

here Monday evening at 8 o'clock. meeting
The last meeting of the 0. T. Member from the Hialeah and Sept -Chaucer Guild meetIng -

t club until the Christmas holiday Coconut Grove lodge will attend at home of Mr*. L. L. Bow.
wa held Wednesday afternoon
Plans were made also for a cele-
at the home of Miss. Annie Mae
bration on Monday Sept. 11, of
f Booth. The next meeting will be
the founding ef till order.
a waffle supper at the home of I
Rebekab .e CAREand
Visiting are Invited .
Mrs Ruth L. Scott, sponsor of the!
club. I to these meeting .... ,
Mess Booth erred Mind and 7
Iced tea. A picnic neat Ca'rlbee colony -f/I Beauty Of oaf other school

Present were;: Mri 8oo Jean Parma; Mia Ruth Tower, enjoyed Sunday,by AUand Mn, True beauty demand found bete,
t a Braric4 Mrs. Maude White* the belt of care at all "
Mice Fern Robertson, atlas Lola ptet'
( I3IUleI' IIi time Whether you with
head, Mia Rosemary @
Littler, Min' Prlacllla Fsead. Mill "Jour Bexsut31are
Lois Walker Miss Virginia,Hodge, Key West MM Iretta Bethel, wish a wave a facial '
Sullivan and Mile Lester Walker and Tummy, J W. a manicure: or any of
Mia Marjorie sod Malcolm Whitehead the other essential aids
Booth. to beauty, you'll find
t the skilled operator at

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DRe M. A. BERGER DR. R. S. AKERS I ready to serve you
v quickly at any time.
DENTIST' CroquUnole Spiral and) Dioru&

Dentist Cenbln.Uo
Office lieu asIa.mto51D.as. PERMANENT WAVES

> 26 X Krome Avenue Sundays I to It
Prices $a, $6, $7
Closed fetireart
3G.'4:30 Free Parting Space
Office Tours ?
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Seplll, 1936 THE LEADER.ENTERrRI __ Pace Nine

Q LOW HASBiRTRDAT scout will Gaunn, tint Jack Qatlln,
camp>,> .tfttensiv work patrol
PARTY be don*. second patrol: Pierre McDaniel, "
Q Lowe celebrated his twelfth During the camping trip last third patrol, and Buddy Hal, ."
; r Social Events J birthday at a party given by his week-end a program of cabin fourth patrol I
mother Mrs. Russell Anderson, building WM started and a major I
at her home Friday night In bunco, portion of the snout headquarters
Francis and Howard Lamb won the cabin wa put up. A new group .
high SCOT prise of patrol leaden was elected l ;, ItG.iIRID '
YOUNG PEOPLE'S UNION HOLDS FIRST A birthday cake wa served Tuesday night They are Robert ,
with Ice > PARTY IN AMERICAN LEGION HALL assisted Mr*. Anderson In serving.
t. Others present were Wave Horton t
Eighty-six persons WM prs- MM! Effl Booth. Mist Ellen Vara Rtwney Warren Morris,
& ent it the first party liven by the Vann, Mill Chrlstln Hugh, Miss Tommy Harris, Toss Webb, Paul
J Redland District Young Peoplti Norma Gossman, Miss Virginia Rue Theodore Koowlas and Bllty Reopening Sunday. .
Union .t the American Legion Hodge, Miss Geraldine Betts, Miss Clark ;
hall bit bight. Mn C N Walker Bonnie Belle Myers, Min Lou
won the prize in the knock-knock Belle Grennel, Mill Jennie Tow. Mr and Mrs. r X.: Moon were
Ifc contest and HIM Ruth Tower won er, Mist Value Fitch, Miss Ruth dinner guests of Mr and Mrs, Carl
? the word building contest. I Fredrick,Miss Franc*Lott, Mines Field Monday evening Green lantern

Garland Wynn, Jack Krom Katherine and Phyllli Bell .......
and Miss Katherine Vann were In I The atv. Wm. C Taylor, the
charge ot the game, and Mill Rv C. O Nelson, the Rev E. L. BOY SCOUT SIGNALSBy Restaurant
Louie Long Fitzpatrick, Mrf Ootch Nelson, the Rev. Howard XckcU Robert Clausen :
Kufeldt and Mill Martha DOM JImmie Scott, Landon Hlckson, H.
were In charge of refreshment tt and & J Graham Frank Basso d "- ;
Mist Alta Vann presided at the! Whitney Beam, Frank Irwin, Jr., Out scoutmaster, She Rev. A. ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAND
door Fred VlhUn, Otha Hackler Donald A. Koestllne and at least II Boy
Other present were Mn. J. IGauzeni :. Cross, Tommy Whitehead, Delma Scouts are ready to. go to OJui
; Miss Helen Taylor, Min Rhode, Aubrey Cheshire, I:. C this morning (Sept, 10) for a two- '
Eleanor Holferty, Miss Yvonne I Byan, Alien Hartford, Clement day camp. The boys are.: Jot and' .
Prothero. Mia LoU Behrens, Mid Russell. Bank Byrum Harry Martin,/
Elizabeth Bush KU Ellen Huff, Dennlston Rivera, Sam Allen,I II Preston Bird Harold Branch, I
Miss Edna Booth, Min Peggy Al- Bob Branch, Labon Bishop Fred Johnnie and Charlie Little, Q
len, MiR Clara Sayen, Misses I Arrant, Ed Watkins, George Lowe, Kenneth Glenn, Charles Mrs. Given Victor
LoU sod Eunice Walker, Mill OrunwtU, Hermes Byan, Freddie Stetfani, Edward! Kirby, Elbert I
Kathryn' Cast, Miss Jeanne .Cal- and Johnny Borgardt, Noah Peterson West, Sammie Harris, Jack Mc- Proprietor i
kins, Mb Billie Hartford, Miss Jr., Tommy Collins, Buddy Michael Tom Webb, Donald Mo-
Virginia Bush Mist Naomi Davis, Fitzpatrick, James Booth, Harry Kay, Lester Archer and Robert I IallDen. V
Miss Mary Bradley, Mill Annie Brown, Bob McLeroy John Rick- .. During this tWOo-day'' :i
"< Mae Booth, Miss Marcia Gauzeni, ard Earl Amish, Gotch Kufeldt
Miss Annie Hartley, MiR Hazel Silly Clark, Kermit Gibbs and I
Fannington, Miss Marie Borgardt Frances Lott.I \
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MRS. EICHENBERGER SPEAKS'I I of Mn B. G.Branch, and all members -
AT P-T A. CONFERENCE are urged to attend. Meetings \c
Mri C E. Eichenberger, president will be held on the second I
of the Redland parent-Teach- and the fourth Friday of each'
er Association, spoke to the cafeteria month. j
leaden of Dade County at a: \
meeting In Miami Wednesday LAWN FETE AND SUPPER
Others from the Redland District' TO: BE HELD TUESDAY O O
who attended were: Mn C. N.I!, The young people department
Walker, Mr j.t.. English; of the Homestead Methodist r iI
C. o. Robertson, Mrs F L. Mn'1 I Church wijl) hold 'a lawn fete ,
Hwaln, and Mn. J. Tom Tuesday evening to raise money Ii
Mr., ;Ekhenberger attended a,I for a girls dormitory fund at
meeting of. the county council oni Southern College.Supper .
Tuesday alad |'I will be. served at S
IO'clock. Many humorous tide attractions -
AREME CLtJ"ii 8VMEI !, and other special features
ITS REGULAR MEETINGS will insure those attending a
The first meeting of the Aremo1! good time committee chairmen
Club since July will be held thisafternoon ,,report,
at 3 o'clock at the home I I The public la Invited. I


Annie Mayhcw FitzpatrickGraduate I

Oberlin Conservatory and Royal)

Conservatory of Leipzig


Ucdland Road, Near n ca'ne Drive r Phone I -I2.2


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Tore roar,row.YSI SMMI lit petIett :
1 with a ftrm.imf ItHm *| cwla.. ;
[ foe flee..afe*f jour ard..Thai die
U4 me give lea with aisunuic- ere may b* fan to ".ales ft chanct"-bat wbjr Aa isle whM Tots
far we an the, olssatloUr lone : fcur mo blades? 9eOfe( M 4 foe 10/, ProWl 1'a x

,. eve chemical Eigtee i...ptotsgtsii H..odL.wWi. sa4 tsars*.**. 'edge .blade of aWsn tfatOtj- md* by the wod
r-..: :: legaoe Sadwq.,""Sbdppln "gone ftaiiw leaf of MOC bbdo, It h nnnimkitry grouod booed tad f f

;1' ; IMll.lllfpe|*>..*MBSl.(*>.* -, : mapped b1 aperW proses that guarantees the WMIt Ia shaving J
,; .. erilll. camion MIl KHtoaij, nit Ud whfak thsasglr die fdfftstwhlActi
'f', ',' ; '. ..-fUdei owes' d0 tcnicrm Vote wfahoot pall tt J jtrlo. I

;!I '" Bush's Barber Shopr : .' 1.- tine, Pto this Syr JOfJ elI.D uJ e packer d Probsk Js ar your 4\ "A

f. dealer sods'.aad slip oat la 700 no tomorrow noraJng. IPROBA

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;, .Pare Ten THE LEADER EVTERPRISE Friday Sept 11,1936 'I

: Redland District to Have 70 Young rwwwwwwwww.www.w..w THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER

I Men and Women In Colleges,This Year BY slits. U U bOW MflRARlAN -I GROVE i

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(CuntlMMd From Page, -One) I at Northwestern university In I noil No charge Is ever made, the. itrangj THEATRE t
Mrs boy HfewkhM Wttl be a : Evanstton, III, where h* Is studying | Hatter. ........,. TKMwkv i ... e. mI j I Ie always welcome, but If J'l COCONUT! OROVC '
I freshman at the college I dentlsttry, T_... FtMurl 10 I. a.! *. a. are to vuiituitte oils service we Show T tad t Admlsslea the
Wm Snow skid will. St.nt>r> I *. .'!!; 14 ..1 '-* e. in need Matinee SaL and
Forsyth Roger Thomas Lee Campbell enroll / I j your help. Sun Lao
Charles Glenn will be seniors at In Asbury: college aft Wlbnore, I I Do you know that all through Itolp.1n.
the slate university; Rude"Gossmun !K,., *e e freshman. It you are Interested in poetrydo i these hot summer day Mrs, J. B. SUNDAY! THRU TUESDAY
and Archer Smith will I Carl Deden, Jr.. Dale Hender-j r not forget we have a pretty good "\ Oauxena baa given her faithful Sept IS. 14, 19
be junior; H H Graham, Ralley son and Billy Oeronlmo will reenter -. election of old and new in our service to the library? All volunteer WARNER
Marry Paul Merrill who attended Riverside Military academy I IChaHee1 I I Poet Corner. And on the table work, no pay except now lof
the University of Arizona at Tucson ElcMbeffW, John 'Walton 'I In the reference room you will always | and then a smile She counts it
last year and probably Harold I and Wln red Owen also, plan I find some of the late poetry !i her community service. Believe Chanat
Kopp mill I 1 bt: sophomores; and ''to amend this school magazine These magazine i' me, Homestead would be a place
.. ThendiM Franklin, John Fred- Edwin Lawrence left last week 'icnnnot be loaned, but they are | worth living in If every man and theRacetrack"
TICk, Wilbur, Wood, W..... Cham- far Gordon Military academy InBamtfVlUe placed there for you to read and j woman would choose some particular
Inn and Donald Sickle will be 0*.. where he will [ enjoy when you have a few moment >' branch of community service
freshmen be a freshman 1 I to spare The library The library is not the only WED and THtRS. Sept. 16 17
Mi inn' University will draw at Joe Huau has gone to Marion reading habit I II a good one to cultivate place needing your help. Of course,
l least mm of the local I young pee-' Ala., to attad Marlon Mllittaryatalfpmy When you are down I II the library is the most important "Parole"WITH
pU Garland Wynn Will be a'r I town hopping or Just down town, I to the librarian but on the wholo
senior and so will Roy Woodbury Jack Krome will return to New you htPm-: of those Idle.i' the town I* just exactly what you Ann Preston, Henry
who wan graduated from Redland ; Smyrna for a second year In the moment good use Moet j make It. It'OuvIve fault b Hunter
High School and moved to Miami Indian River school. I of u* are endowed with brain i find with the town maybe you will\
three years ago Mist Ven'' Miss Virginia Delaney will attend though no real thinking person I' discover you have the tame {.ailing FBI. and SAT., Sept 11, 19
Fletcher and Miss Lois Behrens Southern Brothers school In I would ever suspect It We have 1 If you will lit down and think George O'Brian
will be !Juniors; Mil Clara Sayeri Miami and Miss Katherine Vann many books of philosophy psy- things over The winter visitor I'M
Brynolf Vlhlen and Eugene Allen| will enroll In the LaFrance beauty ehology, religion, art and aClencel.j will soon be here and it Is up to
will be sophomores; and Miss i school in Miami.Coroner's : We have book of travel : you to do something to make him "The BorderPatrolman"
Yvonne Prothero and Clarence, rapliy, we have history, ancient, want to remain and build a home
Froscher: will be freshmen Miss i and modern. We have several f ----_- .------ ,
Prothero wits awarded a scholar Jury Acquits encyclopedia and dictionaries Drunk Driver at Gould:, ..1 _' ALSO .
ship as a result of her high standing -I Negress Who Shot Mate and an atla and a world globe Fined by Crime u t "
at Redland High School :Most -of these- book may bl bor- r :"Thtf Phantom
'. Allen West who was graduatedfrom I' Justifiable homicide. was the rowed and taken home. A few M. C. Pitta, employed by. Ih! "
Stetson In June, will enter verdict ot a coroner' jury which of them mutt be' kept In the .library state road departtmen- as drag eider"
the Southern Baptist Theological yesterday Inquired .Into the shotgun for reference. Every -library line dredge operator.on the Qver'i :with Buck..Jones'Let
I I Seminary Louisville,Ky shooting of Joe Davis,-negro, has books which cannot betaken sea highway, wi fined 15 and '
Miss Julia Sullivan will be a senior by his common law wife Viola out If your school day In the Dade County Court ,ot .
at Stetson. University st De- Green at their home three miles I are over and you rather regret the Crimes Tuesday after ha.hid -
Land. Vernon Turner who attended east of Homestead on Avocado' time you wasted during those pleaded guilty to driving whist
Washington and Lee Unl-i I drive early Tuesday morning The i school yean the library gives you drunk rele'led'1from.
vcr ity at Lexington, Ky, last year', Inquest was In'the office of Justice an opportunity tq make up for Pitts, who had been I Us
min enroll "t Stetson as a topho-t of the Peace Clement L Theed of I I Ij some of that lost time- though of the Miami city jail early I
j Coconut Grove as Davis died at I II !course "The mill will never grind Tuesday morning after being arrested I RejuvenateYour
ensoil I I the county hospital near Kendall, I with water thnt Is past" and "Time for being drunk, obtained I
MISS Vii" ',iii Bennett will be a Which Is In Theed's district I and tide wait for no roan" Prob- more liquor and drove to Ooulds I Car
,"pi,om' It' .,it t Southern College In Testimony showed that Davis I ably you will recall many such where he entered the house of a
t 1",I k('I.IId'PI' I II drunk had taken down the shotgun axiom, but do not forgot this onr negro who called Constable Scat- Wood Work}
I 1 i k on. Ir and Sam and stood It against a wall ITS NEVER TOO LATE TO borough
II', kyj "III"dtoAlnhlln i ( \vhile, hr nat in n chair and pro- LEARN Just In case you do not He was remanded to'the county Body, Fender Repairs
1'111,1.' )iii Ins',ituli.! ill Auburn uulid to tell Vloln how well off know where our library In, It li court by Justice of the Peace Sid. Tops and TrimmingSeat
Ah I'I"i their sophomore vein; he thought the world would be It located on Krome avenue at the L Kendrick Tuesday in a preliminary ..- ,
} iii"\ Will,1 ml ndershott and R'lh ho .limild let her have the con- north west coiner of Second hearing Cover
l rrl C<":1 i are entering there as tents of the gun street and the schedule of hours PaintingArt's J "
,I s ( we are! for business will be
frrshmc told open
In addition he her accord-
I .'nl, I 11 hi"lunn will be a onhontt Ing to testimony. that he was irked 1 found at the head of this column. W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE i
4 come I (I'I, 'nnrv College In by the repeated visit of Const!,>b)"' Now will you please look through Paint Shopy
Slit m's, I i La and Miss Mm Inh Joe Scarborough of Homestead. your book shelve and closets for I I
+ Risk} \\ teas awarded n whose Intervention Viola had a any stray library books you or I' FiRE AITO. STORM AND UTKriiono 80S N BROME AVE. Ij
sI holasuc: scholarship will be l\ habit of seeking wit 'n their fam- some of your guests may have IHD.U! I
Office In McCrory Arcade .
borrowed from the library and
f n"slim ai i there ily disputes reached the shotgun
Wilbur Free will leave S..tur, stage. and announced his Intention forgotten to return? Lately we ,
cJlIV font the University of Idaho tn Include the officer In the shot have had several valuable volumes -
Most TOT to enroll as a senior in gun party U he came out. It was returned but there are still several NEWT (G. BALI. i I
its Clio I IIr drestrv when Davis concluded he wouldn't, missing Will you not please: co- I .
John Kcpp who has completed postpone Viola's going out party'' operate with the library and help Votary Fiihllcr I ,/uaU_ _ a
get our books together for the nRm '\ AADLlFtt fLoRA
n four-iv II course al Wllbrnham Any longer and rose to get the gun
Academy will, probably attend thnt Viola beat him to the weapon, winter season? We have many II"'DRF.J)
Wesleyan University at Middle- aimed Its crooked barrel-bent by winter visitors who enjoy theprivileges I 8ft fill. Rroin Are
town, Ci tin. i iI another negro In another alterca-, offered by the library, _I w 1.6A
etter Smith ,is expected to attend tion some time back: -and fired. IA
the University of Kentucky,; The'toad of shot perforated Dnvlsleft'
at Lexington as a junior. HI* fist I 'elM.- When the constable ttl6a
ter. Miss Evelyn Smith, will be a J, summoned by Viol, arrived the
senior at Mary v ill* College Mary- was waiting for Wm beside the
vllle, Term | wounded common law spouse More Reductions
William Edwards has gone to Davis reckoned' he waint hurt r d 6A 68 ibl ;
Southern College ol Pharmacy In' very bad. but he died an hour after +
Atlanta where he Is a senior I Scarborough got him to the hospital : .
Joe Burton, Jr., will be a senior)I L i iI In
at Emory University near Atlanta. I j ,,' ,
where he la taking a' medical :::-..' I I0eril9
course AD..IA.I Long Distance i I
Bobby Crow win be a junior a.JrA .. J
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:Joti seventh time in the pest fen years long I, JJI S IJ '
jDrtanca) rates have again been voluntarily reduced, LU t.Pat cla: ;:

Effective September 1, the rate for both penon.I I I
I 111 8. K. SECOND AVENUE .;
to-person and action-to-etatlon Inter-eute long distance

WILL CLOSE SATURDAY NIGHT call were reduced to point 23S mile or more I All Outside Rooms with :

tttitant. The amount of the saving on call rangesfrom f Private
I five teats to f 1 JO depending upon the distance. I
te enable the employees <. ahead their anneal ha*. I: Also oa tater-etate person-to-person call the)

fluct( Saturday night Oar friend sal patron laBemeslesd I charges for overtime after all minutes of convert I Overlooking Biscayne Bay a t

and the Kedlands are resjeeslesl U plan I ton are reduced. (Overtime charge begin after, three
their shopping loan with this Is mini sad avoid I t&lnnte conversation) I Two Blocks to Shops, o

disappointment dee a earlier etoatiic than naalBISCATNE Theatre and Business e
It b estimated that theee reduction gj]} lID 3
: i &eJl hlfFJb.oai Men f M30jXXJ tm.tW11 I io Section
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Fridav. Sptrf. 11. 1936 THE LEAnIm ENTERPRISE Pasro' Eleven


(.anu mil ... IM I' 'I ::1
Notice la Hon>by lives that 110..'. Bd Il-l
-....... Md.r of state end County Tat
.' Ortlfloalo. No. ISS1 band. tile Sad dnyof RATE: First insertion 104 11m subsequent
July A. D. IU4. la aw B lint
( BAPTIST CHURCH 11. Epworth office. and hat ha..M11.atl.n, for a < a
League at 6:30. Mid-
tai don to ... .loraad them.. Said OarUfte.br -
week prayers and Bible study amkraola tied nHowla aanrHninropartr r ,
(|i llenwtUwd-The Rev C N.j Thursday at 7:30.M3TIIODiST of PUrtaa.hi to.nHti tko ,Oo ." 'af Dad.. ."' .. FOR RENT GUAVA JUICE $t per ", lion. I

,|Wal1t.r. pastor. Sunday School al11ic Lot II. Mb I 1. RMmmay. a race".. I Jungle Crow Redland. '
a. m. Preaching at-.U a.. m. EPISCOPAL Plus Rook ":. Pua W. I* too C.aa. FURNISHED HOUSE for rent 3 1 i
at ,- IT at Cod*, Mow of PtnrM FOR'SALE Ouavas, 11 1.00 '
B.YP.U per
W p. m.; p -InltJet \ SOUTH \
Tb. .Bar 1 ray under room, screened porch. Mrs. B.
services Wednesday 8 t .e MrTe : od.'l: :" bushel. Jungle drove Reoland.
M. ..
I.: Stone Church-Home- Vat:!$t- F. Collier, Florida City. (p s 11)) J :
w shall be -.. FRYERS
Live pr degwd.raedelivery
,&. II-Morning sermon: d; the Rev. A. A. KoestUne, .. arced1.. .w. tile _.... FOR RENT-Upstairs furnished .
In Phone SSS-M.
Sunday school at 030. a. M _t.wlll... aoH lo the kaibou aWdar city.
Value of United Action" .... ... apartments. Also houses. Homestead -
at 0cM0ft., door on .... riM McEwen Poultry Plant.IIELP \
Inf sermon: Its &be. Har- 1m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and I : M = ninth d abebtr. lose. Variety Store. (a 4-11))
nt. Junior League at 2.30: p. shIM the 6p d Odvhw. lose.

Psatf Baptismal service m.; Hi League at 9.43: : p. m.; Senior Dead this 1103 a. 1.y B. LRATHRRMAN of s. I.... ROOM FOR RENT In private WANTED

I sermon. league at 7 p. m. Prayer meetIng I Clark at Circuit Court Dada ovulate.C1Pgna home. See "Speck" Danzey at I IWANTEDReprs.entstive

: it-The Rev. Noah Peterson at B p. m. Wednesday.Sept. I CureBy H. c. srtRRM""D.(J. Bird Chevrolet Co. d 4) to look ,
poktor. Sunday school at 10 II-Morning message ..Iotot. 4. 11. U, IS. Ort. I) TOMATO farming land-30 acres after our magazine subscription .
oa the third of the Ten Commandments Interests in Homestead and vi-
a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and

TJO p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 8.3Q: p. m. I ; evening messageby NOTICE or A"'PLlI.ATIOIf DHC: roe: TAX I deep glade scarified land on pine Campbell land 20 acres at cinity. Our plan enables you to "

Prayer service at 7:30: p. m. Wed the Rev. Howard Field. Roaate Kill Na. Ill) secure good part of the" hundreds
H. '". .li Hmhr Ulvoti that Mr. 1Ia,. Close In. O. B. Parker. 28-sll 1 :
nesdsy. Sliver Palm wand _..... knkirr at Mate ..4 CouaUr f dollars spent In this
Community Church Ta> Certificate No. IlSal heated Mia FOR RENT-Scarified land 8 ml. vicinity each fall and winter for
| CATHOLIC -the Rev. H. O. Cowan, pastor. let day of Aarwl. A. K 1KTT. haa flied
1 school cares hi air ftl/<.. .... low .... appll- east of Homestead. Mrs. C. N. magazines. Oldest agency In
Sunday every Sunday at 10 .alas Inc a Ua ..... to bo IniHd Uwrann Henderson Princeton. U. S. Guaranteed lowest rates
f Church or the Saerea Hurt a. m.; preaching services on first Sold C.rtlfbwle aaibraaaa ties followhi* \
all domes and
S. E. Second ibaorUMl. protmrty la the county at Oada, on periodicals,
avenue, Homestead; third and fifth Sundays at 11 a, SUM tl tlum. ....It. GOOD second story, cool, well foreign. Instructions and equipment I
the Rev. James Cloonao, pastor. Inn.and8P.m Low 4 aa4 a. BUrt I. 1t.1.... furnished
apartment Rent ana
Manor, free. Start a growing .
: a SuMa Plat Book
Sunday mass at p a, m.; week day Prlneeto Pan 7,. ,In lha "Stir at Oaoa.17.: sonable. Ask at Western Union. permanent business In whole' nr )
mast a< 1.5 dAlIi4 Sunday school l *) ..The Rev. H. G. Cow- flew al riorMa.

Jliinday following< 0 o'clock mass, an, pastor, !4t -,',1.1; ? '. _,".j J The ....gomaue or Gold pee party ride. or -10- to spare time. Address MOORE- r
001..03 wONlow. Mau4 Vend II ''We hones COTTRELL Inc. Waylnnd rood
Communion! for women'th. ..firstSunday i oI t Uak... I FoaIIRDfr-' ( +mom. house, two ,
J. of month; for than METHODIST, YREN' aloM. wad ...lIr....* bell. .. North Cotioeton, N. Y.
and screened
tit aimilln U law Uw property oWKrlktd porches, running water I
boys,.the second Sunday of month. Ferlda City-Mrs. Ernest War- lberein will W add to laa al-lwM Mr I garage, fruit trees, for

J Holy hour Thursday before first re a pastor. Sunday school at oar the la Oovrt-koMo ha walk at tarn Ottofcor so UK IMt.tint WIolo.1Da' Mmt. couple. Apply W. W. SeverRcd /, I MISCELLANEOUSPIANO i

{Friday of month at 7:45: p m. )fall! 2:30. p. nt; preaching 3:30: and I la the Uh day trf Orloaor. Ida*.
(Ip r Io1oJIIIII. II .&:.._ p. m.; Young people's meeting able and 1C. day... I.CATHKRatAN.of: a._: ..... IMS TUNING anw repairing i

3 diction of the Blessed Sacramentafter 7:19; Junior meeting I:30 Tuesday; Clark of Circuit Court, Dada Cuintr I Good used piano for sale cneap. f
0 mass. Flov.... FOR SALE W. E Koon. 119 N. W. 3rd St 1
fi *. prayer meeting 7:30 p. m. Thurs- RV N. C. ITERRETT. a C

i 4 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH day. Circuit Court l teal...... 4. II. IS. II. Ort. SI FOR SALE-Tomato plants ready I REAL ESTATE

J Florida City-Broadway and PENTECOSTAL: NOTICE OP APPLICATION poe: TAI to set; Burpee's Marglobe. E. E.Vrana .

J Sixth street Sunday school at nerD Silver Palm drive and REAL ESTATE-Those who want j

i>:.48 m. for pupils under yearsTof Could*-Rev. John H. Stroud, Holloa' h((assts Honbr Bill Ohm No. 1(1)that Mary A. I Richard road. (s 11-25) I I to buy or sell Redland Pintrict

< :; ; morning ,20 pastor. Sunday school at 9.43: ; 0....... bolder. of state and teeny Tax real estate will find up-to-date
at 11jjVcIock. preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30: p. Corllflcatai" No. ".... and TlotH" .baa4. I TOMATO PLANTS by Sept 10.
Wednesday evening sea the 7th dar of Aiwuat. A. D. IM.. bus filed listings In our office. Many cf
rl PJrlccs which Include m.; Young people's meeting at B:30 aamt la my oN.... and had made appllu.1m Simons cor. Silver Palm Dr., It these listings are still at tub-
healing and experiences and remarks p. m.; Ladies' prayer circle, Tues Bald tat Certificates a tai" dad_to braes... .Issued the following Uwraoil. Richard Rd. (S 4 tf) I I normal prices. Wa shall appreciate

day at 2:30: p. m. Mid-week prayer described' pmpomr In the County al Dod.. either "
on Christian Science, 8 p. service Thursday at 7:30 In.nRST' I state of Klortd., to-wlt; GIRL'S BICYCLE: for sale Good'Mrs your Inquiries cf
m. The public It cordially Invitedto p. 1- 4 and .. Bleak. I A, Amended condition. B. F Collier, i I I your listings, nil of which will
attend. Plat of I'orlnManor, a Rea..... have our best attention. Now Is I
PRESBYTERIAN I d .. flat Hook II. Pan M I. ... Florida City. (p a 11))
sept is Lesson-sermon CHURCH OoMilr of Uario, aut of riurlda. I I the time to buy. B. W. Morris

j ? topic: "Substance." a> .an. The nerd la OMtlfleaK No TJOM MANGO CHUTNEY 3c an M. or ,, now aMoelated wilt IL A. Cnm- r

.. Ilomestea4-R.rome avenue at arty under"r.'i: of Certificate aM.Prow 3V a pint. Jungle Grove.. i i eron. N. W. lot St. i" Citizens

: I CHURCH OF CHRIST N. 16th street; the Rev. E. L Nel- heated was la the aaoM of John A. Bank Bldg. Phone ; '
........... I
'. I son, minister. Bible school at Ul S. Klock IA. AnwadNl Mat of CEMETERY LOTS In beautiful i

.f.; Ilomntead-Flrat avenue and 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. Porter 11._. a Kwobda.. Plat Flatter Memorial Park In Mi. i

pi. W. Fifth Street; T. J. Hunton, and 8 p. m. Young peoples' meeting Dado Hook 11.8lola Pan of M riorMa. la the, a>Counly Mnbrard of- ami or St. Joseph's Memorial LElAI4.NOTICESNOTrll

I minister. Bible study at 10 a. m.; at 7:30.8rpt la Carl""',Uo No. 7T6M Th. Pork (Catholic section: ), at attractive 1' OP APO tr'halo S Yon TAX

Communion, fellowship and IS-Mornlnr Worship' : the aoioBUMat laid CarUfloaW of uM property Imord aadar prices. See Mrs. A H. j 1 i DKKKMiitlr.
wai la .
I. hereby llvw that lllto Ironer
preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at Studies In John-"Sight Giv- the aaaw of Juan A. La._. Lawrence at S. F. Matthews reel l kakjrr .. ataUm of ............. Oralnan
. t 2.30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday en to the Blind." Values. ald C.r0100.aa..hall. bo Ndaoinad dence. P. O. Box SIS Homestead. I Matrfct Tan OarUflr.t. Mumo, ,..*! ale
-nr:! Iv law the prooorty aoKMb fined the led day of Awn.t. A n 1911
. at 7:30: p. m. N* evening IerYlee.8"IITVALIST bo told to tk*, hlrhM bl the """rt-ha_ door on Uw first Mo. CARISSAS lOc qt. CUTTINGS .. ,
baa mad application for Ins ih .I |4 lemon
I i; CHURCH OF GOD TEMPLE OF day In lha nuatk ., <>.'..*.'. lrl, which and SMALL PLANTS for sale I assure In aaaortirnr. with i>. tM
hi the Ilk day of Ortofc.r. ltll 3.rtlfbau : .
t Homeateadi06 N. W.. First TRUTH Data that Sad day. of ..",..."' ...... lost Mrs. Ceo. W. Koscl Jungle : yruporty Mikracia........ Irl Uw(Mo.rultuwlni'Connly.nVorlh.nt Ffvida .
R. II LEATHr-KMAN. Grove, Redland road and Plum I lowfltiMl
avenue; J. H. Dodson minister.. Homestead branch of Miami Cloth of Circuit Court, IMido Dou.... 9, Blork H A.... Plot t ItTrm -.
rkwMl mer drive. I >..., Pint Hook in. ran 17
Sunday school at 9:49: a. m.; Spiritualist Temple of Truth In'Woman's By tl C. ITERRETT, O 1:. Ii i fa the County of Dad, Wow ,trVrhbt.
I preaching at 11 a. m. and ft p. m.; 410'N. W. Iroult Court Seal .
Club Eighth
Junior Y. IS,pt. 4. II II. U. Ort li The amaojnwi of told s iojrrkr nndrrtho
) at 7 -p- m. Prayer .
avenue. Men's Bible class and JOHN O.LLRT POST NO. 40w I MM OonlrlMte legend wee la (hn nan
j meeting, 8 p. m. Wednesday. people's lyceunvat 7:13 ORDER POll PUBLICATION of Mann and WorlHarr. llnlaoi MM Ortirirata -
young p. I. the Clrrall ('aunt. EI....... 1..1. AMERICAN LEGION shelf .ko redeemed araardht bo low.
CHURCH OF THE NAZA RENE m:;l1eaUnt by'Dr. J. Carl Hobson (........ Dado roanly PI_.. la thaaaa.ry I Me deed will .low thrrmat on the IDtk day
taM Mnrto Brat and third WednesdayS of ftVplMflbn. A. P. ItM
at 7.43: : ; lecture and messages at nivoi Cs
I ACTION y). m4 Amrrican Lr.l..n 'de. I Dated this tttk day .* August A a ISM
.lIomeateacl-ThI Rev. Howard .7.30: RUTH LYNN flalnllff, ... MILLARD B It, f.KATHr-KMAN,
1 Eckel: pastor. Sunday school at J. LYNN: _....... Mil Boat afflr*) gout Kmu. Are 1 Clark of Circuit c... Dado rlninty,
It anptarinc by afrMarM appended to ..... Fla.LEGAL Circuit Court avail ,....101.
849: a. nt; preaching at'11 .. m. ARO. 6r THANKS the kill Iliad la the ......-tatrd aauM that Ky N' r IHIrrMI. B. U.
I and 7:30 p. m.; N. T. P. S. and We Wish to thank all our friends MILLARD I LYNN the Defendant Hmo.In Au*. ta trot <. 11. 11. It!
warned la a ___I of the ..... of I
Juniors meeting at *.30 p. m. and neighbors for their kindness riorlda.' and his wldrfioa ta unknown that NO-;;

I Prayer meeting/ Wednesday evening and for beautiful flowers sent during tharo MM dorvito loino of oat-4 Mwoaoa* In. Ika upon suits wbma of riorldo.wouW

730.: our bereavement. bod each .Defendant and that. ka la I.a avar I TROPICAUMONKEYJUNGLE

I "' HELEN HAWLEY ROSTLUND, U ... of Iwoaty-oaa' yaora. It la tarnKra NOTICE Or APPI NATION poe: TAX
MneeUn-the Rev. C. H. Con ordered thaa gold noao>Mant n.r. ..
' HAWLEY ...... ba and no Ia URRUHaaala i iN..4. I
CHESTER W. hereby required 1aplMaa
pastor. ( kill Ko. III
i Sunday school.at >:43: ;
to the Bill of Complaint II''" I. .. la ... .....
LOUIS G. RUGGLES.. Ho, <-Fur IHat A. O
, I preaching at IMS a. m. and 7:30p. gold aaaaa am or before Maoday, the alh ...nkH. holitrr nf tit.. aad Come T.. OILY
mi Junior day of Or 1O.r. A. U. UI4I. otharwlw tlwallnraUona (LRifhale Ne 4579 I
meeting at 8H; young of ford bill will ka lakoa"aa h.11. 00. lot day 01A..I. MONKEY
1 peoplt( CARD OF THANKSWe aonfnaoj A.P.I'11 tuna k'w.
, meeting' at 830.1'.r.'etllleetlnr by laid Darondanl. nflkw. aodokaa alado application fur la JUNGLE
a i
Wednesday M 7.30 p. m. wish to thank the many II la further. onhrod" that this ordor a. food (o b> .hoard tlioroon said death..* .
ublbkad oaaa a wooa for four
amknuaa .
the rationing dtvcrlhrd
friends who offered condolences U.. seeks oniorrly
In the Canatr of Dada. State at riirlda, .
EPISCOPAL and sent flowers during the Illness PRISB. a nowapapar. publUlud. In Mid ...-..ltl1x4 I
St .r.ltn'-S. E. Second avenue and at the death of our 1,5. NUM.Thh I, IvM Huh. 'Plat. Block H.*a.a."Pan..101..14 auk I. the A Drive west

and Fourth attest Homestead; the father and brother, John' B. Gra- B LCATHERMAN: RUM nt Klorida of Naraija Road
Clerk of Clrauw
Rev, Wm. C. Taylor Jr., pa.tor'l I ham Ckoull" Court fcalln. Court. the jr kowod god..propc ay the aadw aaair I ADMISSION 100
Summer schedule:. Holy : I JOAN GRAHAM r. ,. oout.n oft Unknown.Uatooa .

1It 7 a. ..... Friday| even on...! p.I JOHN B. GRAHAM, JR., CARS CARS Joputr; Clark. mid .....II ... ...11 b> raoatni.dananrdhir e a
lo law Iho' pninorty a-crtk d
ft. Sunday; Young Peoples' Senr-I H. H. GRAHAM.Tomer's aoUcltura fao. PlaJnllff.loopt. ........* sal l ka sold ta tho hlratot b.Htdoor.a
lot League 6.10: p. m., Sunday at 4. II, II. '1. Ort 1)) aha Court-houoa door on Iko lint N.",-
day I. the Mullk nf OnbaWr, I Ma, whkk
patronage oik Avocado drive. ORDER FOR PFHIICATIOW ai tha (eh day of. 00........ I.M. WILLYS CARS.TRUCK9i
j In .the ( Halt Carp KkinMk '......1 Dalad) this IKh day of Awnot I'MII .
ETANCELICAL LirrisERA f ....... Dado County. ........ In (kaaMANIA U. i-RATHERMArf, ECO
..... Csw "" .. .#... Clork of Clrmll Court Unda C;.."? yty S IOAy

St'Jebn's=:ftedland; the Rev.4, Funeral Home MAGNA .Ar.HkfNHFrW":. : .,...that, Plaintiff baggers, .y.a+. .rly N. C eweaIItu'eI ,

,. Ceo; M, Poth, ?pastor. Sunday LOWS cafchMHCKG: Dot_.. I (Clrf.ll open dual; ,
school each $4-HR. AIRnASfB rIIr.'J. ( It aMMrtni .by .ffM.rU anpondrd to I (Au*. M, lopt 4. It. 1"
Sunday at 10.*. m.u] hm
'Lady Attendant tha IIM Hi the above rated tat w ttaf !
English service on aeeond Sunday I tha IJvfonrianf !I. a ava.roid.wl tit .... to .
0..1t Coast of the E1enwtti I.
Rated 'Ior.. and la .
of each month at 3 p. ro. and German Phone "4.ft HomwUad. r... Mot af MaraarhlMoM.. leis a rrakhat parllfnlar of Mo 10..1 (:/ndt .. ,_ ror.11.. t.1
aervicdj ort fowtlr. Sunday af threw *tae 1790 N. ahora Road, Hrror ed'1*. {| florlda. tn tkoararyv N.> <( #1-C. .
> | .aH. II hi Mionfuro ordMrd that mrld I H JKtmtl: and I l 11, HKUIt, 1.1.:
3p.o6. |
tiffi.q.+ iioxu
oaiMolaoM .1
I 11.f.ad.Mho wnd aureole ro. i''PANI. .
| culrad. to anwor a. tk. Hill J ail I flafld I or
ComvlalM i
METHODIST EPISCOPAL TIRED HUSBAND j I I the tbd 3Ui Jn :,11I.,roo::, *'.t 1'k.M It. 4n4* ,'-.::..'. I' p.atl.a.NOTK. l"'>ao.nl.TO tkTMUTOM

Florida 'cmnuunHy' I win Ik* .11_'..". of MM mi 1 will W tItdlee....... too hereby....Flees. that undM aad<
Church ..... aonfMMd > ay ( an .... Coor ooterad ka
NEW LIFE aa by Mid DorVndant
ON ,
--theRev. C. G. Nelson, pastor TAKES ; It Uj I....... ........< thai th.. ...... kopuhlwinl this"|a...all-ravdllora be the latk ra resulted day af May lo nnMaotf A. D. j

I Church school at 10 a.m; preaching JfS&JffStfZ. SSRLSSIabto I trouble In wow The a HixnoMoad wok for row Loadm-Knlor.FMMoriHrrr; *nd rite with : *no> Wood. Cdward !

at 7:30 p. m Midweek prayers '. drive aul ImpurlllM.food."I burp*you*.JH: | prka. a niw.p.p.y Published. ra said Cal IMo I Bllllnc, all al tlahM bid offloa aa each la arodrton rbo-Ma. City.*>ar rise kaiaaalaot .. .
and MM onto your Ht *** Mate
Bible study lha .armload Bond _
Wednesday st a Mortar
730. .Or WM.o e03ve-LaaotM air I.AW VanMW-tka on BrMM t-= *Red o* J f fila w ;'Mit. tltAflht.IU c-...... a fMUo o .yorallaa, and .... F9 ,r
I .0r..a Park aft the _.... to row era,. alalma, Amt be fifed wa. C'l.S '
Duly r- 5..pie. Write 11CPeM .. '/Gluteus' c- ...IIC1er\ Chart Owed V I II. manlka Press the doge af the sitar pall. I U'tfi
RedUtad Community a.areh- Uon of Ihb aorlro

j W the Rev. C. O. Nelson pastor. :;?.:a.ww.M.rlt'f: ;n.M.t: M i=heseval&::,.caws.FIB w. .. a. ILLtaMat.ay_ !'-J.=f'r 1 DATED tu...>war lark day> $of 11'11.11'111 July' A._I). DM.. i LAWRENCE BROS. Inc.

Q Jon Mead. 4lbwsbsrwohni. 04 +tM/Nmi........." "vu ,prJlriy an ristatiff.uapa':if>tiTii} ; Oi; >(a it I:/July.: 'ur U-Isw.; ; : Arr.' ti+ltrMfJ4: ;..aUomate.dFlAI'--; .'




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Twelve THE ENTERPRISE Friday, Sept.,11, 1936

task of getting across the idea that 1 I I making and broom-making The so each pupil will be occupied ebtfwhere, as useful, Independent
; 351 ENROLLED I INi speech Is the main form of expression -'t girls learn basketry, rug-weaving either .school, in the shop or at I citizens. Some professions and

\M espscteBy dit llllt. Every: ,crocheting sewing and house play On Saturday vocational trades which the alumni of the
; s STATE DEAF AND effort is made U get the child to duties end at 11 o'clock and the school have been suceessfully able
; speak and read the HIM but If this keeping. The school has a afternoon Is devoted to rest playor to follow are Gill: osteopathy
\ Is found Impossible, he Is splendidly equipped broom shop visits down town. On Sundaya ,chIropractic, teaching music or
; BLIND SCHOOL transferred to the manual class which makes brooms for several non-sectarian Sunday school and 'other subjects, preaching piano
of good trade' other state Institutions thus giving chapel service is held fur the deaf tuning, broom making, public
The knowledge a
\ to the students valuable practical students. The blind children attend stenography social work among I
Is nest In Importance speakingto
; : Pupils Taught Trades as child afflicted experience. the church of their choice In town. the adult blind, orchestral work,
/ I wltldeat'j' A carefully planned dally program salesmanship, farming wholesale
Well as Lip and Man Vocational training a Physical: training and systematic
with plenty of time for recreation fruit business,broadcasting,Braille
ual Reading nent part m the curriculum and I exercise is of vital Importance to
: :' to I keeps the children bus? printing Salvation Army work, J
student Is encouraged deaf
and blind children and
and happy Much time and; and miscellaneous lobs.The .
study that line of endeavor for; child in the school has form
(Florida Social Welfare Review) thought Is given to the preparation -
Which he to best suited. The boys of colleges Florida are opento
exercise dally The pll.lcaltralnl"
Perhaps the moat Interesting of of foods beneficial to ,growing
receive Instruction In printing,I course includes physicalexaminations the graduates of the state school:
public. Institution from children and at frequent Intervals
for the blind. A limited number
operating ,
an educational standpoint If the linotype each child is weighed and a weight corrective work, of
have availed this
Florida School for the Deaf and poultry raising, painting calcimining chart kept A physician, dentist apparatus work, educational games themselves
Of these, not has
general carpentry privilege one
wood-working and folk
I clog, and tap dancing
Blind at St. Augustine and are on the staff Their,
work, shoe repairing and I failed to receive: his or her degree;
Sit ictly educational In purpose, Most of the repair II servtcet together with the watchfulness -1 Public musical recitals and pays and almost without exception the
the nchoot'i chief aim It to give work harboring about the school Is done'by I and careful attention of round out a splendid program for blind college alumni have "made a
the children of Florida who are students as part of their train- the supervisors and house mothers blind and deaf children. An efficient go" of life either in this or some
imitted, with either deafness or the who have charge of the child- staff of well-trained teachers other state
ti blindness I i the opportunity of earning IngThe ren at all times when out of the carrys on the work.
their own living and making girls are taught cooking class rooms, help to keep a nearly, Year after year until the present
Hum useful citizens of the rtate. sewing, borne making dress makIng perfect health retard for each; tlojc the school for the blind has r ty lr tht 2M
The institution I* managed by the rug weaving, laundry work, child. graduated young folk who have l.y fig; ,D 9
'i it., board of control and enrolls and beauty culture. Art The dally program ii arranged; taken their plates in Florida, 4.1 In the
for students who .
Indents who are "too deaf or too provided .-.
latent along that line. wm.1 I I. I ,. .. ,..
i ''ind to be educated In the com-
", mon schools, are of found mind, Many of the students have
and between the ages of mix and I cttnt residual hearing to receive CaSASE A
twenty-one. Lest year the Florida considerable Instruction through j, Yellow
School for the Deaf and Blind the ear. These children have I SANitORNt
celebrated It* GOth anniversary. regularly assigned periods when I D
they are taught by means of thelradio I DATED (
Clarence J. Settles Ph. D, If '
president of the school He received ear, an Instrument built for Onions
hi, M. A. degree at Galludot the deaf on the principle of the
College! Washington, D. C., and his radio. By the use of such an 1
children with a high
t Ph D. at Webster University In Instrument 111
remnant of hearing and those only 31bs
Georgia' Dr. Settles taught In
i slightly deafened are able to lb.
--- -
the Tennessee and Pennsylvaniaschools : retain
for the deal and blind and tain a natural speaking voice a a e25C
superintendent of the Arizona course of study for the department -,
I send Idaho schools for the deaf and for the blind is also :fOe
blind. lie came to Florida in slmiliar to that used In the public! SATURDAY SPECIALS

IV32 from the Idaho school.At schools with most of the students I
the present time there are progressing as rapidly as do those
enrolled 351: white and colored children who have normal sight: NO. 1 SELECTED Gold Medal] kitchen tested
students 117 of these are deaf Musical Instruction U stressed for I IRISH
ind 234 blind. the blind students In voice, piano, I
The school term last eight pipe organ and violin. Many of I
t months as la other schools. The 1 the graduates, with unusual musical Potatoes FLOUR
talent, have been able to earn:
: their living with their music.

during I Vocational is also training of extreme In this Importance department --!' 10 Ibs.. - - 37C 20 lb. bag . . 8fC

When congenitally deaf children The boys are instuct-
e enter the school they come asa ed In basketry, chalr-canlag,
rule without any knowledge of brush-making, rug-weaving, mop-I Giant bars FANCY WHOLE GRAIN Armour'

English or speech tontla tlcn. The making! piano-tuning, mattress-;, RICE 5 lbs--------- 29c
Pe & G. Soap ,
Tomato Juice
I.......... ,"""" ,,,, .1 i,

3 cakes t3c 24 tOe
oz. can.
\Teal or Grits, 41b s. 18c
AU Good Armour

BURTON'S Peaches ItEUOOO'S Corn Flakes, 2 pkgs. -15c Tripe

1 BANQUET lg can _. .. 21elloW. '

TEA, % lb. pkg. 44e I

Boys'Shirts Girls'Dresses Apple Sauce ASSORTED FLAVORS Super Suds (

iN o. 2 can .10c JELLO, 3 pkgs. . 2Qe 3 pkgs. 25c
; All al.-4 years Ie U years rut coon-Dre. Prints, age
. FAST COLOR 49c 4 to II years
t Nest patterns .. _.__. ... om LOT 49c :
DIXIE DAN 59c Fast color -..--..- _... SPECIAL Sunlight CountryRollBUTTER
A real boy's skirt ._ __".. ONE LOT 98c 1
BELL SHIRTS.69c fruit of the Loom ._- -
,, A brand well known _._ CRISCO
The best m"''""buy._. Dress Prints :
; _

Short. Large: Assortment color, per, real 7e1. IDe 3 lb. can . . .. ,S9C per lb. - . .. :' 39C i iU
Bova' Long bAnother
lot 15c ------------------ -

per:ya .... .. ..- Phillips'
PANTS --- RIB ROAST Georgia Beef lb. 20c :
JOMlon' Prints 19c . .
Garden Peas
Aft I years 18 :years.-Hopp perrel.: ---- ---

SHORT Grade p"Into moat cases 95c per Quedrek.lei. -Prints'--- 25c No.2can.10c CHUCK ROAST, lb. . . . .15cJ '


z; )f LONG PANTS alase School Shoes for Sugar Georgia Beef !

$1'.50: SI.i)
I and GIrls Round
t Boys Corn STEAKS I

It. WI art h.-n for Ita Sirloin.Porterhouse. i

Overalls & Work ;ally :: =-- Now :: No.2can.10c ;'
An. rassa, u lb.. . . .25C
lop Is rot ..a- 119aHsqp ... i iBtJUt
Grade-a7T1h Pants Sweat = =1.00'0 $3.75 N. B. Co't La. r

e b7 Test ..II.._ lid rseaeaig3rp3t1Cti9 Empress Cream Pork 25c Red Chiefa I
1 Ciar per lito the loss run 0111 lima are to Is we. > Sausage :. .. .
: : STRIPE: "CM Cookies -

Age Alt ,2 to 10 11 1 SL -$1.02 UNDERWEAR IIJ. .. Be! CHEESE . .. .... 25e DOG FOOD 1LOD1 I

Expttass sra1PE $1.89 0& ItIB La I F
Age 13 to If Shirts ana Shorts .JIIIt like Armour's C. Beet 11& caR !

BLUE aNL'I OVERALLS Dads"Same Pock Roast . .. 27c
"lIP sad pure em tie A. rood grade-Shirts anti 23c Hash
Expesas: Stripes 5horta, garment -.. 11 11i NOMR-1 BLUE: DENIM PANTS, S119 KAYNIS, Shirts and 29c 5c
1I.p Grade .,__ shorts, garment ... Ig. can 15c FRYERS . .. 35e'i a a'x

t : I; II)1)): I I ; ""i : : I 1I1P